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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897051101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. iUJMg.il f ir-- y iL SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. WflYNESBURG, Mr. S. H..Goooh I in Owen county In tho picture budlnufd. The farmer are very much boh 1ml with their work. Mr. A. K. Singleton Iiiih returned from Ohio, loaded down with republican confidence, but niiyn that money Is SCIU'tiO. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY LANCASTER. MT. VERNON, . 189T. NO. 21 VICINITY NEWS. A trump rode from Livingston to Paris on the top of a baggago car. Tho Richmond National Hank will reduce its capital from $200,000 to $100,-000. Ilev. W. It. Davidson tilled bin np polntment hero Saturday atul Sunday. Only u wmall crowd out Saturday, owing to tho buy senmm. Hni. Davidson U very unwell. wan organized at A Sunday-schoKlHwm Sunday, with Uro. .lonathan Akon, Hiipt., and Mlsi Oru Williams, Iloro'n hoping It may do great good In that vicinity. Mr. and M iv. II. W. Caldwell aie Htlll very sick. Mr. Clark Koynoldu Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Win. Montgomery, and others of tho South Fork and McKleney neighborhood. Deputy M. O. Koynolds went to Kingrtvlllo Saturday to Invite como of the boys to go to circuit court and wo learn that some of them signed a contract with him that they would attend. Only a few dnyb remain until the candidates will be nominated and thoe who fall to knock the iwrslmmon can go back to work and give their shoe leather a rest. It Is to be hoped that tho gentlemen who will name the ticket will consider well tho grunt responsibility resting upon them, and laying all ihjrsonal fooling aside, will look only at the Interest of tho party and nominate tho boat inun. Thuii wo need have no fears us to tho result in Nool . ne-c'y- II. J. McHoberts and family, of your The Masons held an important meetcity, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. ing hero Saturday. H. K. McHoberts last Friday. Mr. E. IJ. Cox has sold out his store A number of tho gullible have ap- to Mullins & Co. and will move to tho plied to H. L. Hlkln for eggs of tho quarry. "Minim" fowls mentioned in your hut Since Mr. John Fish was made police Issue. One man went out to tho farm judge the small boy avoids tho pleasto look at them. ure of jumping ou the train. .1. I. Hamilton bought the V. Sutton Judge MeCluro's homo presents a farm, containing 101 acres, for $1,000 handsome appearance since receiving cash in hand. It lies about four miles Its new dress of canary color. from town on the Danville road and lias Messrs. Hlce, Sambrook, Fields been In litigation for some time. Norton and other prominent Masons John Shearer, a very kqv man, with from a distance were hero yesterday. a large family who lived on Sugar Dr. Drown, Judge Carter and Mr. WilCreek, was brought to town by orders lis Grilllu are very active members of of the county judge to have an opera- this order. tion performed, ho having been very The veneration with which Eld. John ill. He died on Saturday soon after Carmichal is regarded by his church tho oieratIon. hero was touchingly exhibited last Tho meeting which has been held by Friday, tho anniversary of his birth. Dr. Lapsley MeKeo at tho Prosbytor-la- u A number of ladies gave him a surchurch for three weeks closed on prise dinner, consisting of delicacies Sunday night, resulting in several ad- that would please tho most fastidious ditions to the church, a general revival palate. among tho members and much good to the community generally. Tho roKrt that Gov. McCrwary will run for Congrocs next year Is gratifying to his many friends and admirers here. Hit successful career In tho past justifies tho prediction that ho would redeem tho district, being a true democrat and a man on whom all party factious could unite. County chairman. G. T. Karris, will moot tho other members of the judicial district committee at Danville on Thursday, when Judge M. C. Saulley and J. S. Owsloy will lo nominated for Mr. George Levlsy has purchased from Judge E. E. Evans, of .anesvlllo, O., the tract of laud near town, known as tho Redd farm. This laud was Once purchased by the Gentry Hros. and they had paid nearly $10,000 of the 12.000, but depression in the lumber trade prevented them from meeting all payments; hence it reverted to its original owner and sold for this paltry sum. It seems thut those energetic men should have been given a chance. Judge T. ',. Morrow spent Sunday bore. Elder W. A. Horum Is conducting a mooting at the Baptist church. Mr. John McGeo, tho polite merchant of Mullins Station, has moved to Livingston. Misses Mattie Williams and Fannie Sparks are In Louisville. Mr. and Mis. Charles Forrester have returned from Kuoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis are at the Miller House. Mr. Gran Hiker and wife have been visiting near Livingston. Messrs. Saunders, Sparks and Higglns attended the entertainment. Tho entertainment which took place e at tho Wednesday was a success, the proceeds, fl'I, being for the benollt of the Christian church. Tho president, Mrs. Will Smith, and Mrs. J. W. Nesbltt conducted the evening's exercises In a most pleasing maauer. The fair elocutionists, Misses Ella May Saunders, Borda Martin, Ida May Adams and Annie Thompson, and Master McKcnzio Hrown were loudly applauded. Miss Saunders, who has great histrionic talent, besides reciting her beautiful selections, presented a cake to tho ladles. This was sold by that versatile lawyer, Judge McClure, for the bum of $7. Tho Shakespearean dialogue of Messrs. Scroggs and Wil liams was rendered in a manner that detied criticism. The songs by Misses May Miller and Lena McMulliu, accompanied by our accomplished pianist, Miss Lena Nowcomb, received rounds of applause. Messrs. Albright and Houk and Misses McFcrran and McClure posed most gracefully in amusing tableaux. Mr. C. C. Williams, ever Interested In the success of a good cause, aided greatly in sale of the cake. The beautiful recitation by tho chil dren was greatly enjoyed hy all pres 1,700-acro liiisj-hcccourt-hous- METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, Tho alleged turnpike raiders, arrested in Mercer count, were held over under ?."00 bond each. Clay Douglus, while bathing in Kentucky river at Valley View, was seized with crumps and drowned. The lime kiln of tho Mt. Vernon Lime & Urlek Company, fell in and killed William Hasty, the fireman. Judge Parker holds the local option law In Clay county void, and a liquor license has been grunted at Manchester. Near IJurgln John Huulcombc shot George Rose through tho shoulder, the ball lodging in his neck, as the climax of a row . A dispatch from Harrodsburg says that a handsomely dressed girl baby was found on the stops of a house In A.C.5IN,( CEILING, ( 3k STANFORD, HALT, SIDING, KT. FINISH. Farm aind Yard Fence. STOP, LOOK, AT OUR LINE OF Shakertown. The Madison county magistrates are negotiating with the turnpikes and it is thought that most of them will be bought and freed. Their estimated worth is ?7.",000. Henry Uroughton and Silas Miracle, defeated candidates for tho republican nomination for sheriff and jailer of Hell county, have filed notice of contest, charging gross frauds by their success ful opponents. Ike Cooper, a Marion county Negro, made John II. Thompson, a farmer near Lebanon, give him 3U.50 at the K)int of u shot gun. This is a good way to collect old debts, but it is a little dangerous. Miss Mary Green, whose home Is in Garrard county, was arrested at Winchester charged with stealing a horse from Jonathan Kstill, of Madison county. It is thought she was making her way to a lover in Ohio. The horse was found in a livery stuble and she had put up at a hotel. W. D. no other candidates having vember. and announced. They aro men iiKn whom church, Sunday-schoo- l The lodgahoro are preparing to have all factious can unite and insure their a good time oil the 'U)tli Inst. There election. Mrs. James N. Denny is recovering will bu decoration anil Sunday-schoe from an attack of fevor. Mr. Goodloo morning and an exercises In tho mooting in tho afternoon. Kvory Laokoy, of Kansas City, Mo., is tho iHsJy is Invited to attend and bring a guostof his father, Mr. D. M. Lackey. basket. The following was adopted Messrs. J. I. Hamilton and J. M. Karra made a trip, to your city, soliciting by tho lodge May 10: At a mooting of tho various commit- special premiums for the Garrard Stock tees appointed by Wayuesbnrg Mason- Fair. They desire to express their apic lodge, tho Double Springs church preciation of the extremely liberal pa of tho surrounding tronago given by your merchants and and Sunday-school- s country to arrange a program for the business men. Alox '''homas, colored, says that the docoratlon of tho graves at old Waynes-bur- g republican leaders roorted soon after and Now Wayno-bur- g Graveyard Cemetery May :U)th. 1NI7, reMrtud as their candidates were nominated in this county that they intended to do follows, will moot at their Hall something for the colored man and Tho Ma-oliiWaynosburg with their wives and promised to give each of them a drink o'clock and march to and a dollar every three weeks, but daughters: at yard at old Waynosburg, that it has been six weeks since the tho grave decorate graves there, thon inarch to tlrst was given and lie thinks they have the cemetery at now Double Springs gone Into the hands of a receiver like church to doeornio tho graves there. other doubtful associations. A largo crowd attended the comTwo appropriate, pieces will bo sung Masonic mencement exorcises of tho colored Degree. on Kusturn Star school, of this city, hold at tho courtspeech by How A. .1. l'lke. All lodges In this and adjoining house last Friday evening. Prof. H counties are Invited to attend and take W. Fletcher and Miss Calllo Morgan have done much for the education and part in tho ceremonies. Sunday-school- s aro elevation of their race, and deserve Tho various to meet at tho cemetery at i much credit for tho preparation of tho o'clock. Song by the choir. Prayer. program lls))osed of that evening. The H. music, essays and recitations were good Welcome address by I lev. 11. C'ooch. and highly entertaining. There were Ilosionsoby W. speediest by ltov. Ira two graduates. Sunday-schoo- l Miss Amanda Anderson, one of our Purton and others until tho Masons arcemetery. Address of wel- most successful teachers, who has surive at the come extended also to the Masons by perintended several prize contests, has Hesponso by arranged for a gold medal contest to be llov. W. H. Davld-oe on next Friday (to bo selected) after proix.r ceremo- held at tho night. It promises to bo quite attracnies by tho.Masotin. Everybody is invited to take part In tive and a largo crowd Is expected. Adthe decoration of the graves in tho mission only 'S cents. Tho contestants cometory. Intormlsslon until 1:110 v. are Misses Susannah Hurte, May Alberta Andorson, Florence M. mooting song led by the liurusido, Luciol Marsoo and Lillian Old tlmo Congregation invited to Sutton. old folks. Saturday was a gala day with the join In the singing. Prayer by Ilev. Purton. Old tlmo sermon by ltov. W. children of Garrard Graded School. S. Taylor; Ho v. A. Moborly, alternate. All tho lishiug tackle in tho commuFifteen minutes Intermission. Song nity was gathered together, with which and Prayer. Sermon by Dr. Hlack-bur- they wore armed, and taken to the rivHy order of tho committees. W. er cllffo to behold the new suit which II. Davidson, chairman; L. G. Gooch, nature Is donning and spend a day of Boerotary. W. K. Davidson will be genuine enjoyment. Miss Jennie Shumate took her grado to Mr. J.J. Walkmaster of ceremonies. er's and Miss Margaret Murphy took her class to a point near tho iron bridge MATRIMONIAL. Ma-conic ol Clothin &5 Hats, old-tim- WALLIN ACCEPTS THE CALL. iTo the IMltor of Tlio I.NTKMoit Jnin.v.iL.) NECKWEAR, &C, &C. to-wl- t: ns Ma-.son- ic Having seen in a last week's issue of your most excellent paper a call for me to become a candidate fry magistrate In the Crab Orchard district, I will truthfully say that I have no desire for the office, but would be insensible to feeling if I was not gratified at the call of so many of my friends irrespective of party. I can only say, In response to the call, that I am not seeking the otllce, but from the liberality of the call it must be seeking me, and that I am in the hands of my friends and if they think that I can servo them best In thnt capacity and elect me, I will dischnrgo the duties of the office to tho best of my ability. W. D. Wai.lin. Crab Orchard, May 8. TO THECOUNTV COMMITTEE. I am still a candidate for assessor and ask'a consideration of my claims at your hands. My life has been spent working for democracy and my section Is one that has not been represented in olllce for years. Ciiaklks Dawes. J. ifijS L. Frohman & v Co., I 1 THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. -.. fi6FTT & HSffl .11 dTr aU.tH irTFTrfTST .1 " ' " "" ' g2f m Falls Branch nnd other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold at the fol lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. n. IJ ! Coal. Fron? 7c to At 1 11 1-- 2c. n. Corn uiv, fiom3U tooc per biisncl. uais irom .tu 10 doc per uusuui. 40 to 00c per 100 pounds. Millet, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 v keep 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. Goc per 100 lbs lbs. Ship-tuf- f, us before buying. stock of nil constantly on hands. Ca nnd houc. with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. court-hous- ent. The Kentucky doctors elected for president for tho ensuing year, James w VV IT Hob-liiso- n, n. M. Matthews, of Louisville; Vice President, W. W. Richmond, of Clinton; The San Jose scale measuro wont Second Vice President, B. W. Smock, through tho House unanimously, with of Oakland; Treasurer. J. H. Klnnairdi of Lancaster; Librarian, Frank Boyd, an appropriation of $.100. Gov. Hradley, it is said, will take a of Paducah; Permanent Secretary, month's needed vacation after the ad- Steele Bailey, of Stanford. Dr. Bailey journment of tho Legislature. was also named on the committee of Is now the order of tho day and of coiir&e you will be engaged in It before long. You The House passed a bill providing publication. Tho society will meet will need a for tho appointment of asylum ollicials next year at Maysville. by the boards of commissioners. In its report of the Kentucky MediSheriffs will hereafter got only $1.50 cal Society meeting, the Owcnsboro The Legislature, J. H. BAUGMMAN & CO. I II I 1 Spring Cleaning each for advertising their delinquent Messenger says: The turn which Dr. lists, both Houses having agreed to re- Bailey took on Dr. Solomon's principal And Several NICE RUGS. I havo them. Prices Low as Anybody's. duce it to that from $2. cause of infantllo diarrhoea was one of was Introduced In the House the amusing features of tho afternoon A bill to abolish the tipstaff, assistant ser- session, und created hearty laughter, on tho now road to Danville. An ele- geant and janitor of the court of upeals, Dr. Bailey being unable to see why Alex Howard, a widower of ob, was gant dinner was spread and one of the all sinecures with big pay. such a causo should not bo more married at Sergont to Miss Lulu Glv- - few happy days of their lives was highJudge Cantrill has ugreed to hear the in spring than in summer. ens, -- 1. ly enjoyed. demurrer to the bribery indictment against Hunter, Wilson and Franks at Mm " dn7 ud BaW t0 Mm, Bob, John Lemon, a Wllllumaport, Md., sea WILLIAM SHELTON. hovr are you getting along with tho Georgetown week after next. Miss Kllzabeth Taylor's T. J. HATCHER FOR SHERIFF. youth, cut Representative John called Acting Prohibitioulsta?' 'All right,' said ho. tnyht trndJ Tho Second Session of 1806-9- 7 because she rejected his adthroat To the Democracy of Lincoln County: Speaker Leiberth an uss the other duy, And how?' said I. 'Well,' said he, I St. vances. 1897. I am a candidate for the democratic but L.eloortu eviueimy constucreu mat rink with tho liquor men and vote ON MONDAY, Mrs. Ivathorlno Cronnn, of Montgom- nomination for sheriff of this county the source wasn't worth the notice and with tho Prohibitionists. ' " New Cata- 12 full iniormation about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our ery county, Ind., eelebruted her golden under any method the party may take. declined to give it to him. Billy StephThe Blind Chaplain of the Senate. ....w., j. Charley Bronston called o. uauriitui uaui j u,uali no. AUuress, .una. anniversary by illlng a suit wedding While a poor man with a large and de- enson u shite poke in the Senate tho Blind though ho is, thcro is nothing way of current events thut es for divorce. pendent family, I am glad to say to my other day and Billy retorted by calling In tho News comes from Phoenix, Arizona, friends that I shall bo ublo to give bond Charley a peacock. Tills would all be capes tho chaplain of the senate. Ho of the morning pa- if It that Miss Isabel, the protty daughter If elected, and to contribute my share very funny,payers. was not so expensive mows the contents he comes to address to the tax er by heart whou was married last of Mr. S. K. Owsley, r . convict from ho throuo of grace, and hia morning John Doe, a both of money nnd activity to tho legiweek to Charles Henry.of Mt. Sterling, timate purj)oses of the canvass. I My Covington appeared before tho investi- uvocation, W.'. hjThich tho senate is i gating committee, Hays, Goebcl and this State. tains some refereuco lovo for and loyalty to our party will Bronston, and told of dozetis of cases of pened, ' ". , Clothing to our well selected stock of General We have added a splendid line of LOW RATES. Tho Q. & C. will sell not, I bollove bo questioned by anybo- brutal Hoggings of men, women and for $20,500. In the trade Mr. Harris Merchandise and are now prepared to dunU dy. My circumstances of themselves children; of tho rack, thumb-stal- l, round' trip tickets to Frankfort at takes 13 and a fraction acres of land in E. will constitute, na I am told daily, a geon and other tortures In tho penitenfares on account of Council of P. tiary. He said that 2o or 30 men were tho city limits on the Shakertown plko church. Same faro to Ashland and re- strong and effective appeal to a gener- strapped every week during his con- at $3,500, and 15 shares of Boyle Bank Ky. ous people. If honored by tho nomina- finement. Tho strap is wielded by a suit to a wedding outfit. stock at $180, tho remainder in cash. turn May 11 and 13, on account Any thing you want from an everyday, strong convict and it draws tho blood Auvocato. of Red Men and to Danville tion I shall Infallibly do two things Council Our stock of at every lick. One of tho colored May 11 and 12 at same fare on account win the election in November und convicts, who was an enceinte, Capt. Henry Romeyn, whose, trial by mako a sheriff of whom no Lincoln wus tied up by her thumbs for several of convention of Muccabeea. ut Atlanta, created a sencounty man, rich or poor, white or honrs, and died from tho effects. WilTO CURB A GOLD IN ONE DAY black, shall have need to bo ashamed. liam Trusty, of Jackson and Walling sation, will get off with u reprimand Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queensware, Ac, was never nioro complete. llroiuu Uulnlne Itbleln 1 have an enemy any where I do not notoriety, was tied up by tho thumbs for unsoldlerly conduct In knocking TVe nriMktlitJ rsai'l tho money If It ru t uure. tor If and left in thut position until ho foil, down Lieut. Bryan. T. J. Hatchek. know it. Hale breaklug his arm. DriwUts, Stanford, Kjr. LTreuny. STRAW MATTING H. J. McROBERTS. President. 4 pre-vala- nt STANFORD FEMKLE C0LLEG6. JANUARY 25TH, RIPENED SI two-yea- L7ilii, jAiiir. Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. lo court-marti- al Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, i...l FARRIS a HARDIN, Hritffcki Ik i I TllAlNS.-Ca- pt. Mil. C. E. Woods has our thanks for 11. N. Roll"1' tolls us HOME NEWS, the current issue of The Delta of the afternoon train will be put on THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Sigma Nu. Ho is grand recorder of Gahden Hoes, Hakes and Forks at thatK. C. again nbout the 20th. IIj the ftlufl lHVlI tllflt ft kiiliiwliilift to Iwtliiir tui.t. the fraternity and as such is editor of Warren & Shanks'. mew cj a nittu ciiuuiitu in uuiii ii u pared which will shorten the time of' May ii, 1S97 the publication which appears in magKy., Stanford. Diamond man coming Wednesday. azine form uuartcrlv. It is tilled with the day train to Louisville 20 minutes ' Call and see goods. Dunks. matter and illustrations of interest and from here. And we must chess well to bo in lino, and to he in line you must necessarily call to value to the fraternity and represents W. P. WALTON. Lot of sample saddles at wholesale see our immense stock of Clothing, Shirts. Shoes, IuliuV Dress Goods, Notion'), etc. Sambto You. A tramp went to the n great deal of editorial as well as ty- prices. Iliggins & McKinney. is lliu largest and best assortment wo Imve ever had, at prices only excelled in residenco of Mr. B. IC. Wunron Friday It . Richmond Clipographical labor. The GAltor.N seeds of all kinds in bulk morning and asked for home old clothes cheapness by the excellency of the goods, I.ook nt our line of max prints the Delta and the work or anything else that ho could carry would bo a credit to any city olHeo in and packages at Warren & Shanks'. off. When Mrs. Weaivn emphatically the State. r rip und cut Foil Sam:. Tin: Hon. Rev. F. Griper, who lives lathe. A. C informed him that there was nothing represents Casey and Judges and juries seem to vie with olT saw. scroll and in Madison and for him, he walked olT a few stops and Sine. Russell in thu Legislature", lias return- each other in playing into the hands of looking back said: "La.arus died and Kxi'KKT prescription work done at ed from Washington the maddest man the cowardly turnpike raiders. In went to Heaven: tike rich man died and who ever sought oflico. He went there Woodford county under condemnation Craig & Hooker's at the lowest cash went to hell. Same to yon." cocksure of Senator Dcboo's endorse- proceedings a jury returned a verdict price. The city council at its regular meetment for U. S. marshal, but when ho that the fl miles under consideration They nre brand now. Look nt our men's f. suits; 'ook nt our Mc hats. Ilest on That's why TilK best is cheapest. found that there were about 21 others wore only worth $1. Such verdicts aro our paints, lead and oil are cheapest. ing granted liquor license to Anderson enrlh for tlio money. Look at our Dress Good; look at our ."0 and 75c Corsets Carr, tho colored storekeoer, who paid Iiok nt our equally as sure of it, he gave Doboe in conformity with the demand of n cer- Penny's Drug Store. tne ?.0U down, nits maices lour saand Hunter a piece of his mind and left tain class, aro a libel on justice und Lost. Black and white ohawi be- loons now and $2,000 paid into the city for Kentucky, out his railroad fare and amount to little less than conllscatlon several days board at a high priced ho- of private property without the safe- tween Stanford and Crab Orchanl. treasury from that source alone. An Leave at this ollleo Reward. order was made requiring D. P. Hall to tel, besides a good deal of temper. We guards of the law. wooden remove are told that Mr. Gridcr is a preacher Yestehday was the measliest court loon. the attorney screen from his sa With W. C. P. Breckinridge to weland treasurer were The of the Gospel, but if it is true, we very day in numbers as well as business that reordeied to collect the taxes duo from much fear his is case of answering to come and Gov. W. O. Bradley to wo have seen in many a day. banks, under the recent decision of the another man's call. At any rate the spond in their bohnlf, the members of the G. A. H. who met In encampment ought to give up the one calling of buying a wagon don't court of appeals. The question of taxbrother If you think or the other. Politics and preaching yesterday at Lexington certainly had no fall to look at J. B. Iliggins' Capital ing insurance companies was continued wagon. It Is a daisy. till tho 17th, when it Is more than like- Of undcrniusthiK, skirts at 2.c ami up. Look at our new line of Indies' dress cklrts, do not mix. The one is hell, and the lack of silver oratory. The Legislature was there too, having adjourned to ly that tho order will be rescinded, Just received in brand new pat torus black, figured plaids in nil colors, finish ready other should warn sinners to tlee from attend, and the old boys in blue were The rads will meet next county court since tho council sees how heavily com- for use, prico $1 Jlj to i I ench Examine our handsome line of it. given every nttention possible. day to determine tho method of nomi panies can make it cut thu oilier way. Mi:N who go to the penltentinry rany nating candidates for county otllccs Senator Bennett has returned not expect to Ho on downy beds of Passed Confederate Money. Jcst received a car load of Prime Friday night James Haley, who works ease, bathe in rose 'wnter and enjoy all from Washington, satisfied that no one the delicacies of the season, but they but John W. Ycrkes has tho slightest Cypress shingles. If you want a roof in Tom Ferrill's saloon at Rowland, was should hardly bo subjected to the tor show for collector of this district. A that will last an age uao the Cypress. awakened by Arch Jones, a tures of tho Spanish inquisition, as it man named Ballard from Anderson A. C. Sine. Negro of tills place, who called for a seems that some of the convicts in the thinks he is in the fight, but he is Woven wire nnd oak picket fence, qimr-- of whisky and several bottles of Kentucky penitentiary undergo. The gnawing a tile. the most economical fence on tho mar- beer. A Confederate $10 bill was preinvestigation now being made shows a It According to Gen. P. Wat Hardin, ket. I am selling it at about cost of sented and Haley, without noticing in To be given away to our cislt customers A handsome llronzo Clock with every J?o revolting amount of cruelty by Wardpurchnsu or a hnndsouie piece of manufacturing. A. C. Sine. closely, gave him the difference of governor is seeking him en Hancock and his assistants, but as the office change. When tho mistake was dis B. Smith, of We will close down our mill on tho tho testimony is by the convicts them- and according to Hon. W. sought and when Richmond, he is seeking tho olllcc. It loth of this month for 10 days, in or- covered Jones was selves, much allowance must be made. found said that a while man, whoo Perhaps, however, it is well enough will be interesting to see whether it der to repair and regrlnd our rollers. name he would not tell, gave him tho will be a case of catching or getting J. II. Baughman & Co. for people who contemplate commitmoney to get some whisky in town but caught. ting crime to think the penitentiary is finding that the suhnms here were Am back from Perryville and invito a hell uioo earth. It may deter them With iwry 125 purchase. POLITICS the public to call at my gallery and see closed, ho went to Rowland with him from the commission and reduce the lino of photographs ever ex- and there succeeded in making a pur the finest President McKinley's monetary com hibited here. A. J. Ear), photograph- chase. On a threat to have him prosenumber of those who are such a tax mission sailed for Europe on theFreuch er. upon the State. cuted Jones arranged the matter with liner La Touraine. James Chadwicic has invited a num- Mr. Ferrill and there the ugly bu&ines EDITOK B. J. Newlon, of the Owen- Hon w B smith, of Richmond, the was permitted to rest. ton Herld, takes issue with the Times onj.. Kentucky Bryan elector, elected, ber of his friends to join him in a A. UltlSAXSKY Jc CO, 1'noriiiKu.M at Crab Orchard this afternoon. for calling Mosby's soldiers "nonde- - hnS) imnounced himself a candidate for Land. Death came suddenly and ' T. D. KVNKY, Ma.n.uikii. scripts, Federal deserters, outlaws and the democratic nomination for govern- - He will turn tho fox loose near the without warning to Robert Land SatSprings. adventurers" ana says "tney were in or. night. He was in his usual good Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hirdstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthinnn, urday Versailles EmiAll other Kentucky contests are held r the main some of the noblest and best M..Vi. That is the rate Agent J. S. health and after eating a hearty nence, Georgetown, Klizahetlitown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, I ml of Virginia and , "P until tho fight for marshal is settled, Rice will sell you a ticket to Louisville of tho young manhood went out to feed his hogs. Return Maryland." Bro. Newlon ought to and that may be about Wednesday, ac- - on the L. & N. and return good ing ho fell as ho reached his back know. He wns one of the gallant band corning 10 me weigiu. oi opinion ut till the 14th. and it includes admission porch and calling to his wife, she ran that gave the enemy almost as much Washington. to the Derby. to him onlv to hear him say, "I believe s Republicans of the 11th judicial trouble as any other of double numbers. I am smothering." Those were his last The fiscal court met yesterday to words and In less than IS minutes ho a pity that such a dashing com- - trlct in convention at Lebanon on Headed by U. S. MOOEL, DO. 38,353. became such a renegade after day nominated W. J. Lisle for circuit make provision for the Interest duo was dead. Mr. Land lived at tho old n t bonds July 1 nnd to refund those that breeding hog living, nnd Ill'NDI.KVrf Row- Ponnf Kieier's Model, No. 20.71H. tho Rirat.-swar. But tho spoils of oifio' have judge, and J. H. Woodward for tho Franklin Owsley stone house at t'l.Al'DE, No f.'.Cdl. miii (if tho Cliiiinplon. flHiKlo. No. u.ooT Pine' are due, but adjourned till next court attorney. the best of good men in all ages, monwealth's us lie was a loppy oiiiir lours ready for wrvloe. A few show gilt old enough land and his neighbors tell hrvvd. and bred sow NVliilty. for sale, This tvk Is strictly ii There arc no gold republicans. They without action. : In .erv with kind and clever citizen, liked by all of l'rlecs ri'iisonntilo and sntNfaotlon guiirutit.-ed- . ttrlto otir wants or coniu nnd The bill to increase taxes from 42 to merely prepared a few gold bricks with HUKT. R. B. Childers, a traveling them. Thrco years ago ho professed sen my hogs. 52 cents is now a lnw, Gov. Bradley which to bunco the democrats. Just man. ran into the Af6wfrvshJerseyCowHforj.nl). They nru KoihI nnis. Also Mammoth IVVIn Duck e iolo on the religion under the preaching of Rev. Egg.. ?t for 13. A. K. llt'NIH.r.r. llox H3. IlmiWIIn. Ivv having signed It immediately after its now they aro talking bimetallism pike with his bicycle Satur- Ben Helm, who "held a revival at the Knob Lick emergency clause be- - der to delude the silver men. Louis-in- g day anc" was painfully hurt. His wheel and the church near his house, and united with enacted with it. Tho governor also villu Post. was badly used up. the Presbyterian church. Ho has been approved the bill providing for the pav-- 1 At the doctor's request, a big dele-mea changed man since nnd seemed to live A dozen happy couples enjoyed the iSd of interest on State warrants, ex- - gation called on the president to urge up to the measure of his profession. A purposes, ' Hunter for the Chilian mission. That dance at tho Myers House Friday night, cept those Issued for school wife, who was his lirstcousln, and three for the A. and M. College and for sink- - job has been promised, but McKlnley where they tripped lightly till mid- children, W. B. Land, Mrs. Manuel ing fund purposes. The bill to borrow told the crowd to pick out something night to pleasing music made by Prof, Perkins and Alotuo Laud, a youth of n Tardif, Cook and Farmer. $500,000 for immediate use had already else after the doctor had cleared 1U, survive him. Sunday afternoon tho signed and as there is now no fur- - belf of the bribery charges. d The Nw Oils, VtirtiMics, Wood Mains nnd I'alnt. White A NICE rain followed the several days remains were taken to Pronchersvilln ther urgent need of the Legislators re- - Brutus Clay, of Madison, will be of warm weather, Sunday night and and In the presence of many sorrowing in session they should como pointed to Switzerland or get some yesterday vegetation of all kinds friends were laid away, without funeral home at once and go to planting corn. ' diplomatic position equally good. Clay and The indications sermon, his wife in deferrenee to his was humping itself. J3 Is fortunate in having-ha- d the Assis- , are for showers Tuesday and some- oft repeated declaration against such ffctfl TiiEMuional House, having tant Secretary of State, Day, tt8 a col. what cooler. sei vices, declining to permit them. ing to do and the constitution prohib- - , hum ,n Ann Arbor, Iind contln. m Prices lower thiiu uur on the same strictly pure gooiN ad-- 1 iting either branch of Congress to W. L. McCakty bought of James n th(j ,nt, u(te. theIr dua. ue Tlllti:i: IlKMi. A large crowd was if our color amis. days, now only tjonj W. O. Roy, Dr. C M. Thompson and journ longer than three of tho McKln-- n attracted by the trials Reed and his min-- 1 meets The republiCans of Madison 'nominat- Watts tho Kings Mountain Canning ey store breakers Friday and great in ions hope by this means to force the ed the f0n0wing ticket Saturday: Factory for ?l,77fi. He will add a grist terest was manifested owing to tho Senate to immediate action on tho tar- - Judge, Walter Bennett: County Attor-it- l mill and will also can many kinds of prominence of tho families of some of by centering public attention and noy( Grant n Lily: County Clerk, L. vegetables and fruits. the accused. When the case was callthe iniluence of the trusts and others E( Griggs, Circuit Clerk, II. E. Allen; NEW Shoi. Mr. W. P. Lawrence ed in the morning, William Hughes on mat oouy. tho aeoaie on me emas- Sheriff, C. C. Wallace; Assessor, B. F. and Sheridan Davis, who were caught ....... ........ TJ.. has opened up a carriage, paint and re T culated Dlngley bill, which is improv-- j !.. . TJ1 in tho act of robbing their store by said to be others connected with tho been an invalid, but the immediate ed by the operation, will begin next' resentatlve,L.C. Million. The latter,'Pl- "hop at Crab Orchard and was Invet,n , 1)rIntei..ri the Messrs. Tanner, waived examina- burglarlyand that grand jury develop cause of his death was catarrhal con- Tuesday and if the old grannies will is a boltoerat. ink to let the people know where they tion and being unable to give V00 bail ments will be rich with sensations. The sumption. He was lorn on tho old talk it to death, tho country will forThe primary in tho 10th judicial dis- can get work well done and cheaply. were returned to jail. Tho ca-- e of Negro Anderson was given 10 days in Iliggins place near Walnut Flat, give many of their former sins. trict resulted in the nomination of Shannon McKinney was called at jail and fined i'l't for having a pair of Juno l!0, 18J0, and hence was nearly 77 the) S. E. Jones, of Barron, over IN Col. years old. Tho most of his life was Alfokd, whose appointment as sur- Judge V. L. Porter, also of Barren, by will ofthe county court yesterday ad- o'clock. Ho was represented by Pax-to- brass knucks on his person when Miss' Mallnda Pepplos was Hon. Welch and tho Commonwealth by spent in Stanford, where for veyor of tho port at Louisville very n large majority. Jones, who is tho mitted to probate. Mr. Joseph SeverVarnon and MeRolwrts. K. J. justly sent Congressman Caruth to priPeyton. Simeon Peyton, better years ho was a merchant tailor, during every counwill that his family could Tanner testified that when he had Mcwhich time ho made the wedding suits vate lifo, lias tiled his application for present incumbent, carried require the ance left no will in find and tho business will be run as be- Kinney arrested at Somerset he ottered known as "Squire," died at tho home of many of tho older retention under tlio present adminis- ty the district. It men now in and official count to tell who is nominated fore his death. Some timongooltizcna him $10 and then $T0 to drop tho case, of his sister, Mrs. W. Logan Williams, around Stanford, among them Col. T. tration. The old noodle never was a II A. M. Daw-- j Ho Commonwealth's attorney, B. J. of tho vicinity petitioned Judge saying that the latter amount would at Hustonvillu, Friday, at P. Hill and Dr. J. B. Owsley. Fifty democrat and the further fact that ho for Wood or Frank Sympson. son to have a county road opened along cover all he ever got out of tho store. had tho grip several months ago and It years ago on wrote an alleged sound money cate the kh of When Senator Deboo entered the the bed of tho Green River railroad. Other witnesses fallowed that they had developed into lung trouble, which he wns married by Rev. November last chism during the campaign is, ho Timothy Root Thursday ho found , Yesterday theso and others petitioned been given merchandise checks by Me has for some time kept him hovering to Miss Rebecca thinks, sutlicient to entitle him to rec- Senate chamber abovo Mathony, who was tho heads of to withdraw the petition and tho whole Kinney, which proved to have been between life and death. Eight of the then living where Mr. ognition. Ho will get a bone, however, towering fivo feet P. P Xunnel-le- y Senators a rose bush in full bloom on matter was dismissed. ,..b-(.,iiinth Himhes and Davis snlil largo family to which he belonged are now resides, and she with eight for his trouble and put himself further Entwined with the roses w ly overdo it. Gardening says commoiat they had been in tho store twico or still living, but they aro scattered from children, Mrs. F. J. Anthony, of New down if possible in decent estimation. his desk. a red, white and blue ribbon 10 fe f'enso will toll you that any plant thol.u ut j,,ht with McKinney and that Tennessee to Texas and but few o1 Albany, Ind.; Mrs. John Smith, Whito reaches tho size ami robustness that apo colored voters at Pineville, out- long und a foot in width, bearing THE a bUVertti i,Udhel sack full of them wero present at tho burial. Squire Oak; Mrs. Paul Fry, Loulsvlllo; Mrs. season if we d of thcabovo will in one raged over tho way their candidate for characters of gold the court of arms Vttrnuy Peyton was quite a noted violinist and S. W. Ferris, New York; Rlchurd Pard u 8U,t of clotht!j grown must have a well filled stoi lovers of music jailer was counted out by the republi- the Commonwealth and the motto had been sent to Somerset with was known by all tho sons, Joplln, Mo.; Leslie, Lcn nnd r house of nutritious food to draw section. His talent for that Inwe stand divided y in this cans, held an indignation meeting and tho State, "United . warrant to search McKinney's trunk Frank Parsons, survive him. Mr. Pardeveloped at an early age and resolved to cut loose from tho party fall." It was tho gift of the Kentuc Fruit Note. m u dispatch came, which was shown strument sons never joined any church until got his nick which would forever keep them hewers inns in tho city who want tho Senatoi Tho Newport niusfcnieion is uoscriD0 jU(i,,0 Carson, who was presiding in It was through it that ho about two weeks ago, when he was bapnavorca, mosi iu.v,10 easU( whIch blM thul B(xxlij 1)olon,. name. An old darkey named Squire tized by Rev. W. S. Grinstead wood and drawers of water. A club endorsement for olllce of as tho lilgliest into tho his father's and green nesncti vuriei- - Kru"u uuu was formed 12.) strong and allegiance g to the Tanner store had been found Hocker lived near of boy lie Methodist church. Ho had rend tho V ilmimoil Intn tlu Tvi'l'Uintf .Tnl' a used was a wee bit when ho mUTKUUiy Villi), iTTI i iwnr to the democratic partynnopneed. n tVwh tiltiLr , Blblo through many times, his wife . I U3 iwinninl. bilU VlUliai .UiVillMt ii'ou (IViUMU" olllcc Monday afternoon and foul""!'' to run oil from homo and go to squire's says, and he loved 1 lOTlmDrei strawoerry.s a nue ,,,,.,, ,,0 , The colored brother is findng by de- Nal. fl ,n $700bond . to search for truths Its excellent force at press. Tho edltt00 pistillate variety. . to hear him play tho flddlo. This led within its lids. grees who his real friends are. Ho was ready and Ruches and Davis swore business manager and every one haif" rr...,..., a...i.. - to his being called "Squire" nnd tho willing to go hence, he told his faith..nAiIyet:s2.Stb i ,i. v.... liiniui name stuck to him through lifo. Mr. "Quinine Jim" MclfESziu has sent hand in it and tho .vay they rush oil Mil. J. C. LOitBSCB. who has only occas- ful, loving wife, who through the long hja reidgnation as Minister to Peru to the cheapest and tho best" is a cau- been a republican a few years, doesn't ,olw was born with very defective who thoy broko Inlo lho store. Peyton years of tireless watching by his bed.Touit-NAMcKinloy, thus showing that ho can re- tion to sinners. Tho Intekiok sight and for a long time ho has been think the democrats should bo kicked is so good that every other paper out merely because his party is in pow- but as there was no corroborating evi- almost blind, but ho managed to get side practially proved tho depths of sign, if he didn't die. Wo suspect, or anything to connect them woman's love. Ho told her Saturday however, that force of circumstances in the State clips from it. Some with- er. He has assured Postmaster Rout dence, and make his living. Ho was a with the crime, they wero dismissed on around of tho Christian church for aftornoon that he was dying, that ho over which he had no control, acted for out duo credit. Wo aro sometimes un- that should ho he appointed postmaster know she wouM miss him, motion of tho Commonwealth. Hughes member intentionally guilty of it ourselves. him in both cases. here lie will under no consideration ac- - seems to be a terrible example of the years and a kind hearted, clover man. hated to leavo her so lonely, that ho and at James Maret in Mt. Vernon Signal. titbit V f J tl... nlllnn 11111 tl Method! doctrine of total depravity. PAIlSONS. At midnight Saturday, tho hour mentioned above, as she with Capt. William Strong, one of tho State Senator Doboe and U. S. Senator Deboo aro separate and distinct in- leaders of the "Red Strf ng" faction in the other patrons of the olllcc, Mr. Confessing to a crime that will doubt- - after 14 years suffering, Thomas Shel-to- n some of their children and neighbors s put him in the penitentiary for 10 Parsons gently fell into tho ever- stood around his bed, tho spirit lied. dividuals. He says that endorsements Breathitt county, was waylaid and kill- Florence knows that Mr. Rout is a mod- ycu, ho joked and eeemed utterly ob- - lasting sloop. In 1883 his right side, Ills remains will bo Intorrcd in Bufgave when tho one ed near his home. for ottlco that he el postmaster and that ho entitled to Hvioua to tho deptho of dlsgruco into from head to foot, was paralyzed and falo Cemetery as soon as all tho chilIt is rumored that Village Farm will does not go now that he is the other, or it every hour of his appointed which he showed himself. There aro since tho day he was so stricken ho has dren arrive, probably J. F. W. race no more after this season. time. words to that effect. - i THE SEASON IS NOW AT HAND six pages Hand-powe- tm-nlni- r BOYS SUITS. m two-hor- se well-know- n Presents SILVERWARE THE LOUISVILLE STORE. m fox-chas-e J sup-ne- to-da- y, dis-Iti- Satur-mand- er Hlflli Locust Herd Reg. Poland enjnas. World'-folutnlihin flrst-olm... to Coin-gotte- I toll-irat- icor-passa- ge nt gpt::; renily-mlxe- 1 Home and Farm Paint U-iti- him-bee- I I Carriage Paint. serai-weekl- y. I I W. B. MoROBERTS. -- A I8' g.. m 1 d. n, d I I . npoe-anno- T n. wi. L. r:r,;,Ih:rir A I U g 11 to-da- y. "w"" ' ' " '1 MiwfrNWj ji.i"Mif.ftr.i 11 n .in ' . mT in . m .i fn rflr'.i7 nlti t f f "iw- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL CAUL DtlNDER'S DODO Stanford. Ky., - IT IS THE STAR FREAK OF HIS NEW May ii, 1897 ITfi MUSEUM. W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Lulu and m Ilodac and Itrer to Kntertaln Ilia VUltnr, but the and the J'rruka Io Not Nectaaarlljr On Togfether. Also Ilavi m lrrr Pursuant to the cratic executive committee of Lincoln county, the committee with two action of tho demo- dole-tjute- ri ulrcndy selected by mild committee to act with them, (which delegates will bo notified by the committeemen from each voting precinct) will meet in convention ut the court house In the city of Stanford, ut 10 o'clock a. m., on e Saturday, l.th day of May, for the of nominating candidates for the various county ofllcos. put-Kw- J. E. Caiison, chm'n. Dem. Ex. Committee L. C. alt tlieum, fever wire, letter, chap huuds.chllMaliM, rurntu'id all kln eruptions. 111 l(Wrljr cures pllranr no I'T rciilrrl It Ciursjter.1 loKlrr r(rct natmMluti or money tv funded. I'rli-- r 23 mill per Ixix, For ule hy v . II. Mrllol-erts- , Drugi;'!- insi, ulcers .l The Jlucllin't .Imfou Salt'. iwt wire In the world fr run , hrulv. Somtlhimj to Know. It mtf lie smith ftotiirlheiiK lo knnw that tlii the tired mit i er scry lnit medicine for ihi iirm to a lieillhy vigor It Kits trio Hitters ThLt niedlclii it purely tiwclthle actt 1y kItIik la the suiniich liontly tone i the nerve centri stliiiulsti't the liter anil khlncvt tn shit llH'ur-Kn- i In throwing ull Impurities Is the Moi-in lllllrra Improve the apllit, ahl anil Ii pmnoiiiK iil liy llncwi who hse trlt-- t It s nerve tntdr Try the very 11 MimI purltler and for .Vc ami SI T hottle at W. II. Mi It. ICoU'rn' drugstore. I VAir-trie illm-llc- sd 1 a The Gniiultut Remedy. hllhowlc, Va , rvrtltli-- t that hn hail (siiiMimpllon, vat Riven up lo the, rough! alt medlral trcutuieiil that monei ftiitht (rmiire, trlisl all couiih remedies he ruuld lull tmt no relief, ivnt iniii) nUhtt titling up In a King's New rhalr. wit. Induced to try cry ami wat cured hy the ueif two laitlles I or attemllug to liutluet slid ul thrxsMears list It the k" iil"t stys l)r Mug's New ily ee made at It his dote so lunch fir him mil fur others It his iiiuiuiualty. ami Jr Klog't New lllmwcry It itutrsnlis'd fur roughs, eoldt anil It nxi'iiiiiptlun fall Trial Isittles Ire at W. II. Mrllols-rts'drutlore. Mr It. II. invti, inrrrliaiit. i.f t lr l)lir tii llitry sli The West erllold, linl., Tev, print ilit folloulug In rvgnnl to uti old of "I'm nk Mioy. for miiiiv thai iJiu-f- . "! N. A. A ' year in the employ of th" lty. here, says s "I fiimiused 'lmm1crlnln's Colic, Cholera unit Dltirrhien Itumcdv for 10 tears or loner inn never without It In mv fnmlly. I take plenuto In rvcmniiiomlli g It." It N n nKTlIlf for ull Imiwi'I illxiriliih. Mnnfonl, Ky Kor al dvCruli; .V Ilix-Uc- pometlnics in dcr papern, dot vims nil right, for may-p- o you can't rend. I vlian Carl Dander, who don't find nottings two tlmen nliko in America. One day a ninn cuius in my place und drinkn my beer nml rendu my gus meter, uud dnt fat pollen hcp gcant Kiiyn I vhas Rwindlcd uud should look oudt. Next duy another man cuius und acts shunt tho unino, und I gif him tier boot uud vhas fined tventy-fif- o tollar und Foum cost. One timn an oxprcsH man cuius mit n package und collect life tollnr, und vlien I open him ho vluw a big Hlono. Dot fatjiolicofiorgciiiit says I vlins greenhoriiH, und don't know pomebody. Next day dot oxpress man cuius mit a packngound I light mit him und hnf to pny fecfty tollar. Ono day dcr iiiun who makes dor taxes cuius in my place und drinks four beets uud nays he makes my taxes lower. I go by dcr police und he laughs at mo uud nays I better go back to Shermnny. Next day another man comes to drink my beer und about taxes und I run y him out uud vlnw in troubles. If vhius nobody, how you going to tell about it? Uy uud by I vhas tired und start a comic nlmnnno. Shu vhas Carl Dunder's Shcrmau almanac. She vhas pictures. Shu vhas funny. Shu vhas eo funny dot I laugh all night uud can't sleep und my olu w cmniis laugh uud fall down htairs und break a leg. My son Shake, ho Inugh, too, uud linf homo fits und cert mo $20, uud so I gif cop dcr biz-nI shungo dot nlmnnno over und make him serious und pathetic, und dot vhas bad for inc. I weep ull day long, und my oldt womaus vims like me, uud my foii Shake, ho cries till wo huf to call dcr doctor. It vhas raduess dot der butcher on tier corner can't nt-- f lid to pit'MH'M more, und drr shoemaker in dcr middle of der block feels po badt dot he hangs hiniM'lf. Dot ninkcs mo go oudt of dot almanac und 1110 Rome-bodo. s If you don't read her gate ut night waiting for her fellers to coiuo uloug, tnuypo dot feller fludi her und maypo sho vhas which gouo oop dcr mountains to feed dcr dodo. Sho kicks und iicreams uud cries for mercy, but it vhus no use. Two yenrs lutcr, mnypc, her hatpin vhus fouud among dcr rocks, but iio more. Sho vhas insido dot dodo, uud der dodo can't bo seen. My friends, I liko you to como in uud cull on mu und look nrouudt Sho vhus no frco lunch, and sho vhas no prizo package, but sho vhns n respcctublo pluce, und you vhns interested. If you go by my street, you sco one door mit u sign of "Cnrl Dander's Saloon" on it A lectio vhuyH ou you see another door mit n sign of "Cnrl Dundcr's Museum" ou it. Dot vhns all right You can't get Into two places by ono door, und so nopody makes u mistake. If you go in by ono door und don't liko it, you can go oudt uud pee fouio other door und mnko her ull right If somo innocent people call for beer, sho shall huf it uud bowel-combut if she shust likes to fco der museum nopody vhill say a word. It vhas my principles to mnko eufcrypody feel at home und huf homo good times. 1 vhus open enfery dny und cufenings iu dcr week except Soondity, und I vhas always glad to explain uud bo friendly, l'leifo remember dot she vhas free to ull, und dot my saloon vhus in two pieces ono for der suloon uud ouo fur del museum. In dcr onu plnco vhns my son Shnku und ten X beer, iu der oder vhns mu uud dcr lulu, and nil of her vhus happy to fco der pooblic M. Quad. I e, WASHINGTON LETTER. Daughter of the Revolution and Colo nlal Hall-Bi- lly Maaon In the Son ate Reed the Elusive. Special Correspondence.! NABOTH 10016. Standard Hulo 0. will make 3 Itecoril 3:19f. 1807. the senson of llurlictnr'a Itrmurka. in heaven. A really good husband is ouo that nets decent to his wife when ho bus a boil ou his neck. Men lovo most to be admired; women love most to bo loved. Men always liko to have girls think that they get fo Feared when they pro- Tlict Winn There is no hout-cclcnuiii- IK)M. A woman always judges n man's clothes by tho way her favorite nctor dresses. Stylo is tho wny nil women dress; distinction is tho wny only onu woman dresses. When n try somet'ing oleo. girl giggles ut most everything you Miy, it is a sign some ono once told her sho had a keen sense of humor. New York Press. Tho Bast Remedy fcr Rheamatltn. rrtim tin) rnlrlintiMi. X. V.. KiNtcr. .Mr. Jnimw Itowlmiil, of thU vlllnm'. slalv thut for 2J inrs liU lff ln Ih'imik sufferer from audi iiln that kIii- wat lus'irly cr:wv ."lu ttut lii'liuil xi nt Mr. Itowlmnl for tin iinillii-htot. iIiK-t'n- r, rltoiitu'iil Urn. A few rilli t nn f ulin ni In nl mi tin.sU rlnu which li hail uxi'il" ever ilhl her n murli pkmI. Tim '.'.I nml AOc sUc for Hale hy nvnl of Clmiiitrf rlnln h 1'alu lliilnt of roIiii; for tln plilclmi ho went to UN Ixittlc of It th' tor anil tvurvd u liU pui'li:i- - ut tlr-- t, nlfo illil not approve of hut iii'Vi'tilit'lti npptloil t Ik llnlni tlioroiiKli-l- y nail In tin liourV tlnie wn nliln to pi to akiip. (i)ii) now npplliM It tthuluivur nn nclic or u iiiln mid tlmU that It ya lv iIdmjn that OalU A. Ilocker, Drtijflit. Stnnforil. K ta whnt KilwunU A Parker, of PlnliM, (In., hay of t'hainlKTlaln'B I'ulii llttlm. for rhiiumatNin. lnuui liai'k.ileep M'nttMl nml mutculur pln, Silil by (Vale A Kockvr. DruKulii-- , Manforil, Ky. "XtlithaButoaEuth." Tlntl l tnor-clinn- To TlIK NOKTII. The Queen fc Cre-ceRoute ban inaugurated u oervlce of observation ears on the famous Blue GnwH Verttlbule between Cincinnati parlor car-- ! and and Lexington, Queen A' Crescent SUimlnrd ventlbuled day coached. Four train dully to Cincinnati with cIomj connection! with ull trains north. 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Ladies uud Shcutlcmcns I like to myself in my new I No onu luiH a more solemn timn in liuf opened somo Fnloons for bcx-r- but tho world than tho professional maker sho vhns dlwidcd off in two pieces. Ono of jokes. Ouo such man tells how tho vhas for leer und der under ono for humorist's wifo called away her littlo museum. It vhas no shargu to go in or boy from his papa's door. come oudt und stay ash long us. you 'You must uot troublcyour pupa just like. You can stay in or utay oudt sho now, dear, " she said. "In his present vluiH Ftuuo to ma Dot beer vhus for mood ho is not to bo trifled with." nh tit der usuul price, und sho vhns tcu "What is ho doing, uiaiumu?" X'f, but if you don't vhunt fouio you "Ho is writing things to mnko peogo by dcr muicum und she vhas shust ple laugh, uud he's awfully cross." tier enmo. Sho vhns innocent for wom- Youth's Companion. en uud children, uud no onu vhas mndo Dr. Holme.' Wit. better for feeing my place. My son Shake, ho got der idea of dor museum, Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes ouco mndo uud dcr oldt womaus, sho hnf an Idea' an uddress in his nativo town to a med- Irishman's flea. Representative Fleming of Georgia of working dcr two hi harmony. Shako ical association. Tho president of tho vhas going to sell der beer, vhilo I shall association wus tho ton of a man who mado an effort on tho floor recently to keep dot museum running nil K. O. hud been tho druggist of tho villngo show thut nn appeal from tho speaker's I liko to cull your attention to my when Dr. Holmes hud studied medicino decision wns a debatable question. Mr. lulu. I don't know ho vhas a lulu till there. "It Ik good to look nt this young Reed said that it was not After tho adjournment Mr. Fleming dcr man who sells him to mo gifs mo muu," said tho genial autocrat, "uud dot pointer. I belief all der timo ho trace his father's liniments in hiBfuco." went to tho speaker with a littlo red book. It was entitled "Rood's Parliavuns n cat mit glass eyes una a Argonaut bob tail. Dot lulu vhus from Africa, mentary Rules." In it was a paragraph which showed that tho appeal could bo The FihiI Killer. und )io vhus so fierce dot cfen der elephants run avhuy from him. If u mun Littlo Susie Mr. Softly, what doea donated. should meet u lulu in an African forest tho foolkiiler look like? "What do you say to that?" usked Mr. Fleming triumphantly. He Aw I dou't kuow, my dcah. at midnight, Gcd help dot man. Ho would shust hear onu awful hcrcum, und Littlo Susie Well, now, thut's fun"I 6co it," drawled Mr. Reed as bo dcuiiu would tie ill kindling wood, uud ny, when papa says yon must hnvo nu cast his eye over tho paragraph in his dot lulu would drink his blood und uwful, awful timo dodging him. De- book. "But, Mr. Fleming, tho book is wrong. " scream. Ha, ha, hal Nojody shall bo troit Free Preos. Tho secretary of a certain senator ufntid of my lulu becauso he vhas dendt uud can't light uud becauso I vhns at flood to Her. went into tho stationery room of tho bundt to protect dcr wimins uud has been seuuto tho other dny to get u paper of "Oh, her lnethcr-iu-lapins. "I wonder whnt in tho world I like to say in conclusion dot awfully good to her!" tiopody shall poko him mit a stick und of nil tho pins," ho remarked to '.'How so?" dot he vhus der ouly specimen effcr "Quarreled with her on her first vis- tho clerk iu chargo of tho room. brought to America. Sometimo dot po- it and never been near her since. " "J ouco put that question to Bon: Per-lolice sergeant says I vhas lulu myself, Cleveland Plain Dealer. Poore, " answered tho clerk, "and but he duu't hnf time to point hiiuhelf. his reply wus tho only satisfactory ouo In dot next cage you find der hodug. I over heard. 'Why,' said he, 'tho pin lnrt of Her Mock In Trade. I don't know home hodags until I buy " You refused mo, and then boasted fulls to tho ground and is lost, for then '" him for fecftcn tollar. I belief ho vhas that I had proposed to you." it becomes u torrn-piu stufTed fox, uud I shmile ut him, but John Allen's New Cane. "Of course. Your offer wns u distincder mans ho brings 1110 proofs dut he tion that I hadn't any reason to Lo John Allen of Mississippi, tho joker vhas right. Dot hodag vhas from Aus- jishamed of." Chicago Record. of the house, carries a new cane. It is a tralia, vhcru ho goes roaming aroundt straight stick with a long and flexiblo After the Honeymoon. to eat eufcrypody oop. Vhilo he vhas u branch twisted around it 'This stick, " stimuli luiimnl ho has u big apietite, She I never expected to work liko Mr. Allen remnrked to a Washington uud if ho dou't eat ono iiiun a duy ho this when I married you. Past reporter, enmo from tho grave of He I didn't supposo you cared. You Qeorgo Washington and was given to vhas hungry. Ho dou't fear nopody. If you meet him vhen you vhus walking worked hard enough to get mo, didn't mo becauso I embody all of his virtues out, you vhas gone oop der spout. He you? Iudiauapolis Journal. aud none of his vices. Tho straight part humps on your back und flings you of tho stick roprescuts mo, and this The Laat Straw. down, and for tcu minutes ho toys mit brunch is the Democratic party clinging you und makes you belief ho vhns nil in "Whnt a braggart thut fellow Puff is, to mo." fun. You pet him uud cull him fond to bo surol" Somebody asked Mr. Allen how he "What's ho brnggiug about now?" mimes und belief you vhill go home, stood ou tho contest over tho Democratbut ho sliumps at you uud you vhas in "His modesty." Brooklyn Life. ic position in tho house. "Oh, well," heaveu in two minutes. Nopody else snid he, "I haven't been registered yet, While In Kcllpae. lias a museum mit a hodag in it Ho and I think I am on both sides. It re vhas not to bo hud. Dis onu vhns fouud Juliot Did you ever study tho stars? minds mo of a man iu my county who dendt, uud ho vhns waluod nt tcu Romeo I'vo understudied thorn. wns running for tho legislature. I met tollar. Ho don't hurt anybody un- Yonkcrs Statesman. him ouo day nud said to him, 'Bob, less you poko him in dcr eye mit an bow are you getting along with tho The Whola Trouble. umbrella. Iu conclusion I vhill say dot Prohibitionists?' 'AH right,' said he. do mora beer you drink in der saloon And how?' said I. 'Well,' said ho, I part der bigger dot hodug looks iu der drink with tho liquor men and vote BU, ? museum. with tho Prohibitionists. " It gifs mo pleasure to speak of dot doThe Blind Chaplain of the Senate. do iu dot third cago. Ho vhas rare. IT Hc'W'l4'rili,In " Blind though ho is, thcro is nothing B MHr You may go by ten museums uud yon - III ir-IJI in tho way of current events that es dou't find him. My old womaus said ho capes tho chaplaiu of the senate Ho vhas halt turkey, but I pay $20 for him knows tho contouta of the morning paund uud oudt ho vhns u dodo. I vhas per by heart when he comes to address uot so very well posted aboudt dot dodo, tho throuo of grace, nnd bis morning its der mun who sells him to mo has to invocation, with which tho senate is go right away to Chicago, but I know opened, always contains some reference ho vhus a badt bird. Ho comes from to tho latest news, whether it be tho Switzerland, uud ho flies aboudt uud doath of a senator, or tho extent of tbo looks for womaus and shildrens. Ii bo floods, or tho development of war in finds ouo outdoors, it vhns goodby. Ha tho east Tho birthday screams two times uud seizes dot wic-tiof Seuator Morrill occurred recently, uud bears him off to his nest, uud and it was duly noticed iu tho prayer, it vhas no good to follow after. Somo which was a eulogy of tho "patriarch day you may find somo bones, dot vhas of the senate, halo iu body, alert and all. A full gruwu dodo, liko tho out) vigorous iu intellect, fresh und kindly you sco before you, can rat ouo woman in generous sympathies, crowned with or two shildrcu efery day, und euch tho fruits of an illustrious career of vhas dcr four of him dot no Swiss womBilly What's do matter, Jinimie? moro than two score years in tho servico an goes oudt by her hog pen uiidout a Ain't do cigar good euough fcr you? of the nation, with tbo lovo and honor ropo nrouudt her waist. You con see by Jinituie Yes, I guess it was, but I of his Greou mountain state, of tho senhis tail dot dis bird flics by night as didn't know enough to let good enough ate and of the oountry at large." well as by day. If it girl stands oudt by alone. Up to Date. SCBOriKLD. co , 11 dr Tho Daughters of the American Revolution in tho District arc engaged in a friendly rivalry between tho several ohnpters to determine which chnptcr shall succeed in raising tho most money townrd tho Colonial hall which tho national society is to build. Ouo chnptcr hns hnd a lecture, another is to givo a dramatization of "Alico In Wonder-laud,- " and another proposes to givo a colonial ball. Tho society is tho largest organization of women in tho country, I believe, and I nm told thut its annual incomo is something liko $50,000 a year. When yon consider that, the proposal to erect a hull which shall rank with tho buildings of tho government does not seem presumptuous, nnd oven tho great hcIipiiio" of tho society a us yet does not ecem utterly impossible. Colouinl hall is to bo built, congress willing, ou government land, and it is to be so built that tho entire lower floor can be thrown into ono room, in which shall bo held tho inau gural balls. Mason and the Senate Rules. Tho attack of Senator Billy Mason of Illinois ou senate traditious und senate rules has made him a conspicuous figure in tho capital. "I was ns radical ns Senator Mason when I first enmo to tho senate," snid Senator Chilton of Texas recently, "and I thought thut tho rules ought to bo changed iustauter. Tho more ono studies tho matter, however, thu moro 0110 is convinced that tho present system is tho proper one. The trouble is thut tho advocates of n o chuugo stnrt out with a violently assumption when they say that tho minority rules tho majority, nnd that no votes uro ever taken. The fnct U that there neverwusameasuro that hnd behind it u positive, earnest majority that did not come to n vote. Even tho so called 'force' bill enmo to a voto aud wns displaced, although that measure is often cited ns n case whero tho minority defeated legislution. Of courso Senator Mason will get n good deal of attention, nnd somo timo ngo I would hnvo agreed with him, but I nm not ashamed to say now that I hnvo learned wisdom, and that there nro things that need reforming a good deal moro than unlimited debate iu tho senate." Speaking of Mason reminds mo that even being a senator is not by any means ull beer nnd skittles. Mason enmo to Washington determined to nnswer every letter thut might bo sent to him. Ho hns kept his resolve. Ho hns worked 14 hours a dny. Ho has kept five clerks busy all tho timo, and ho told mo that tho answering of his letters so far has cost him moro than half his salary. Elusive Speaker Seed. Speaker Reed is ns elusivo as tho bo-cr- et uu-tru- Sihed nv Walsi.noiiam 1 21G5, dumTlnsu' dam Hem dam Jcwle Sayro 2 3 sire of Latltudo 2:19Jf nnd 7 or 8 otlieM In tho Hit. by Mesicnger Duroc 100, son of Ilamhletoninn and sire of Elaine 2:20, tho dam of Norlalne, yearling record 2:31. PNter to Jnmes Howell, Jr.. by Ilnnibletonlnn 10, sins of Ie.xter2:17. 4 1"m by Harry Clay 13. Mro of the dams of St Julian 2:11, Hodlnu 2:19J4' nnd 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotter-; also nlro of tho dam of Electioneer, sire of 130 In the 2:30 list. by Liberty, on of Lance, bv American Eclipse. Wnlsliigiiiim 2100, sire, of Nuliotli. Is one of tim youngest sons of Qeorgo Wilkes 510, record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:13. Guy WilkiM 2:15. Mike Wilkes 2:15, Wilcox 2:10 and 02 others In the 2:30 list; also II producing sonsand 10 producing daughters Note. tains tho --A-t N'aboth is u bay horse, blood of Hambletouinn, 10 hnnds lilh, foaled Juno 2s. isss. His pedigree conQeorgo Wilkes, Mnmbrino Wilkes. Pilot, Jr., and Harry will also make $15to Xaasinre a, CiiTria' Oolt.' WILLIAM L., My flno saddle stallion, the present season at the low price of S3 to Insure living colt. gantly bred and a suro foal getter. I will also stand 11 He is ele- Note. Owing to tho hard times and the low price of stock. I liavo greatlv reduced season fee of my horses and jacks and considering their Individuality and breeding, they stand lowertlian tiny In the State.Stablo twomlles south of Hustonvllle on tho Moreland it Carpenter's Station pike. J. If. IIAUOHMAN, Hustonvllle, If v. TiA0 COOD JHCKS KT $7. Ill i m M bull, will lie Insured to The great get muly calves from any kind of cows, cons have horns or not. for S5. A sure foal getter, whether the at J. T. HACK LEV. months old. 12 Danville Pike, EecL hornless B-u.rle3- r, I will bxaoes: Jfa:E: S3 3 stand my nlco young to Insure a colt four o. Race record PENCE :24i;, fifth heat on mile tiack. one-ha- miles from Stanford. A. LACK EV Tho Imported French Coach Stallion. lf FURIEUX Will mako the season of 1549. lS07at mv stables Sired liv Itleii7l. Itlenzl was sired by of Illandlna, by Mamhrluo near Shelby City. Ky.. at 510 to Insure a living colt. Parting with maro or moving out Chief. I'eneo'.sdam was by Aliiiout Forrest, son of Aliiiout. Second 'dam bv Oarrard of the county forfeits insurance. l'urleux Isn rich bay, with small stripe In Chief. Pence Is a line Individual, standing 10 the face, stands full 10 hands aim weighs bauds high, dark brown, perfectly sound -- 200 pound,. Has good stylo nnd Mneac and a horse of great speed. He has" gone a Hon ami should drnducu just what the buymile Iu 2:12. Will make tho season of lf07 ers am now looking for large, active drivat my place 3 miles from Stanford, on the ers undhlsaddlers. Call unci seo him and exam no pedigree, both of which vou will Hustonvllle pike, nt nnd superb. Will also stand the splendid Jennet jack. Ten Collars to Insure a Living Colt. Emperor 27 at ?0 for mares and $10 for Jennets; sutnu terms as horse. Will also stand a good Mule Jack I. S. TEV1S. Shelby City, Ky. At Five Dollars to Insure a Vw'.' Colt. Mates parted with or bred to othei lock forfeits insurance uud makes season r, lttey due. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not 3S02. Standard, resioiislble should any occur. Mares grazed at reasonable rates. Hlnck stallion, foaled 1SS4; 15 hands T. A. COULTEU, Stanford. high and a model every way. Ho was sired y the great dictator 113. Flr,t dam Alice by Almoin XI. record 2,30; 2d dam bv Norman 2,; 3d dam Young Tivyman mare. Will : make the season at my staole, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Combined bay stallion, 10 hands high. SirGeorgo Dictator 3SC2 has proven a splened by Abdullah' Messenger, ho bv breeder Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, 2:10. En- - did will aNo of speed, stvlo and action. I stand Hunter's dam by Denny's Drenuon, he iv Imported Drcnnou. 1 will stand him tfils season at mv stable:! miles from Shelby City, ou tho Knob Lick und Turnersvlllo At SS to insure a living colt. Seo my stock-befor-e pike at you breed. n George Dictator, ENGLISH HUNTER. Mes-enger TMO GOOD J7CCKS M. S. HAUGHMAN. $5 To Inauro -J-CIC, A Living1 Colt. Money duo wijen colt is foaled or maro parted with. I will also stand one flno young Stanford, Ky. BOB shil-drcur- i. w hands high, weighs 030 pounds. Illack with white points. Sired by the great champion Jack, Tom Klne, whose reputation as u breeder is know far and near. Hob Tail's dam hy Levi Hubble's Prince, lietter known ns Hob Tall. Hubble s rrluco wus said to breed liner mules timn any jack that ever stood In this county. Itemember Prince was the sire of Joe lilackburu uud Ilrlgnoll for which Mr. Hubble could have cotton Si, 000 nt one time. Jimj Hluckburu nlono brought "Sl.000. Hob Tall wllrmnko the present season at FIVE DOLLAHS to Insure a living 10 II. F. POWELL. colt. 15 t.:, MORGAN DENMARK. Morgan Denmark is a. ba- - stnlllcn, 10 hands high. Hu is splendidly bred as a glance at his pedigree will show. Ho will .., maku tho uresent season of tsor ut. We. on the new Lancaster pike, 5 miles from Danville, at 56 To Insuro A Living Colt. es y 11 n. Caro taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. LI m retained on colts for tbo season money. Mares traded before fact Is ascertained WALLACE DENMARK 55. makes season money duo. Morgan Denmark was foaled In 1880. He is by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson. 1st Hy Sumptcr Donmnrk, Jr.. hobyOoddard's dam Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson; Denmark, ho by Gaines & Cromwell's Den- 2nd dam by Vlrglnlus; 3rd dam by Matchless mark, ho by the race borso Denmark, he bv nnd 4th dam by Trausbv. Morgan Denmark Is ono of tho lest bred Imp. Hedgeford. First dam Fannie Wullae'tf saddle stallions Iu Kentucky. Has good 30. by Sir Wallace; 2nd data by Ylrglnlusj mano and tall and good, long, rangv neck. 3rd dam a Whip mare. Dou't fall to see him. will also stand TWO SIO THE INSURANCE. GOOD Ml'LE JACKS at SO to Insure. Mares grazed at SI. 50 per month. 12 Danville. If v. Sixteen hands high nnd a perfect model. Ilo Is ly Wallace Denmark 55 see his pedigree above. Level's Ilrst dam Mag 37, bv ! Vldetto. bv Vlndex, by Hlood's Illaek Hawk', he by Old Illack Hawk. 2nd dam Julia Wul-laI will stand this Inck nt Silas A.niii,.v by Sir Wallace, ho by Todbunter'.s Sir Wallace, ho by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. old stand 3 miles west of Preachers vlllo ou 3rd dam by Vlrglnlus. 4th dam a Whip Mare. tho Stanford & Preachersvillqplko ce, LEXEL 262. BAL'GIIMAX IIHOS., JUMBO At $5 to Insure a Colt SIO THIS INSURANCE. tou-san- d To get up and suck and walk around the BBXCttTOLUS. mare, no colt, no pay. Ilrlgnolus Is by Ilrlgnoll, Hubble's premIf the maro Is traded or removed ium Juck, he by Prince, better known as llob nelgliliorhood without satisfying me from tho Tall, who brought $1,500 to a California par- Is not Iu foal, the season Is forfeited that she and tho ty. Ilrlgnolus' dam by Gluut. Cald wells' great money is due. JOHN H. ANDEHSON. show Jack. Ilrlgnolus Is black throughout with white points and of lino size und good bone. Tho Combined Saddle aud Harness Stallion, Season money is duo on all mares bred to mystock when they aro either removed, traded or bred to other stock. 204, Stock committed to my caro will receive Ily Chester Dare 10: ho my personal attention. 58 J. STEELE OAHPENTFK. 1st dam Illack Hess, by 12 Hustonvllle. Ky. of Sorghum 2 Billy W. 2 VH etc. 2d 80 THE INSURANCE. King y-rl- by Black Squirrel Bourbon Bine, slro Bourbon 2 ' Le Lady Dremmli. by I ! nB IHO lSi -- v i 3 Jd clam by Old Ituveu. $l'f8 !lrfR ORE ROOM On Mun Street, Stanford, m ulUHiik FOB EHN"T Apply to eighty-sevent- h W.P. WALTON. All persons dcslrtre locust Posts for plank fence, post nd railing or wire fence can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also keep ou hand a supply of plank fur feneini;. All kinds of lumber for bnlUlln2 purposes; also hoards and shinnies. All persons desiring any article of this kind can call ou me at uiy store near Cedar , 83 O. W. SINQLETON. Creek. O-- BL bv Black Eaglo 74. 1st dam by Du vo Aiken 2&.aiLm by oftl Van. by Mujorllkhirdge etc. niarl(nu rrcl 38. by Black Eagle 71. s re of King llllam, etc. Dam by Brown's Hvhlauder. 'King Chester 201 U 8 years old, high, dark bay without white. 10; hands Standard registered In Is. S. II. K. Ho goes gats very fast, being ablo to showall 2tho a 30 giilt In harness or rucking under the saddle. Ho is the fustest uud most stylish largo liorso In Kentucky. Ho took tho premium in tho greatest show ring ever shown in America, viz: tho Harness titnlllon King nt the great St. Louis Pair In 1MJ. where ho defeated the winners of tho World's Fair Prumlum uud Iu which wero 18 of tho most famous horses that over contested In a show ring. Ho is n grand breeder.'his colts having high stylo und action and beliur thu winners, ti... pust two yearn of tho Model King premiums ut tho Danville Fair, defeating a number of celebrated aged horses. Hu will stand at my farm IX miles from Danvillo ut 315 to lusuru. Also a premium juck at $3. OEO. P. ANDEUSO.V, Danville. fr v J f.imn".ui '"" P!"1M"J1 -- smi -s .. . iiiir twk.. .. mil ( !; mmnaMifptKWEM 5L WOMAN AND FASHION. Veils, Gloves, Fans and Fancy Buckles. Outdoor Garments Thlnns That Women Want to Know. Veils siro this senon fastened in ft knot nt tlio back of tlio lint. Many of tbo now veils are finished with n littlo ! rnfllo around tlio edges. A quite now material likely to And favor i: doublo faced. Thu outside is dotted, whilo tho inside is quito plain and lighter in color. Black dotted vefls, for iugtni.ee, may 1x3 lined with white, tan colored with cream color, and so on. Black, browns and "J'Sisssi.sssssssBs.sis""CTCLINQ GLOVES, "- GLOVES. 1 blues aro favorito colors. Chiffon veils are advised for driving and country wear, being serviceable and moro or less becoming, especially tho dotted ones. Tulle veils, on tho other hand, nro as perishablo as they aro pretty. Many of tho chiffon veils are not only thickly dotted, but finished with ruffles or rows of ribbon or lace. White doeskin gloves with neat black points aro always tidy for morning wear. For visiting and the theater French kid gloves in all light shades whito, grays, lemon and mauve aro in order. Gloves, except for balls and other full dress occasions, aro inado in four button lengths. A new bicyclo glovo in sucdo finished lisle has a kid palm. Stronger than this, however, is tho sensible doeskin glovo of English make, with perforated back and strong leather palms. With other matters, wo liavo retraced our steps in tho prevailing fashion of fans, which are now small, if aspiring to bo in tho cxtrenicst mode. Tiny silk spangled and hand painted specimens of tho Louis Quatorze period aro in plentiful evidence. A novelty in feather fans has spangles attached to the end, of each feather tip, making tho best possible effect The latest development of tho belt buckle takes tho general form of tho buckle used in harnesses. This variety of bncklo is very simplo in construction, but its possibility of artistic decoration is well illustrated in Tbo Jewelers' Cir- - FEATHEIt FAK AKD KID s , Tho Gentleman's Magazine, in an article on tho "Aco of Genius," tends to disprove tho assertion that brain power is incompatible with health. Onco wo wero told that if we wished to becomo octogenarians we must layasido ambition. Wo must bo careful in our diet and temperato in our wishes. Wo must wait upon our bodies and us much as possible keep tho mind out of sight. In order to disprove that counsel wo have only to turn from empty words to solid fact. First, to take tho great men celebrated in war and conquest, since theirs alo is a species of genius, is to find tho list headed with Xenophon, Duniouriez and Wellington at 80, 84 and 8!l. Thenco it continues to Charlemagne at 71. From him tho numbers decline, though not hastily, to Napoleon nt 51 and, lowest of all, Alexander the Great at 32, Nearly 60 per cent of warriors chosen at random reached the Biblical standard of threescore and ten. Then, beginning with tho great names of statecraft, thero aro Franklin and Talleyrand, both at 84, Palmerston nt 81 and Washington at 07, with tho list keeping well up over tho fifties and at tho end slowly falling to 43. This is imposing, especially if wo add Glad stone and Bismarck, both well over their eightieth year. Science aud philosophy begin with Humboldt at 89 aud furnish un imposing list of men whoso bruins wero worked to tho fullest extent and of whom no less than 03 per cent complet ed their 70 years. tho greatest In short, almost geniuses tho world has yet seen havo attained tho ago of 70 years. Let no ono bo deterred from becoming a genius by tho fear of early death one-half 1 CURRENT MISCELLANY."! SHORT NEWS STORIES. (Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry REAL ESTATE llojlu Co. Poultry Yard. Chomp Clark's Bright Boy-Oett- lna of a Bore -- Aired Senator Har- Sid Whilo Hlue-dra- ris and Joe Shelby. per ottlng of 1.1. 83.A0. Muck Minorca. imiH.rtel, cir jht hotting of 15, S2.A0. Heil Cap. Imp. VKS per netting of 15, i-i- Orvstoil Illnek I'olMi Kggs I I eggs, per setting 2. Ilnrreri Littlo Champ Clark of Missouri is a l'l mouth Iloek eggs, per of 15. ot IS, g I. .10. setting tlio old block. Ho is a beautiful Surlier' I'olelirutcil I'll Oaino, Imp., ecc. chin of ' child, about 5 years old, as bright as a setting of IS. ?.l. II. H. lt,. I'll Ollllltt ORgS. er dollar, and glniost as quick at repartco 1'OS setting of 15. SI. All liroeds score iilmtv points. CKAKJ IIUOTIIKIIS. as his noted father. Littlo Chump is a .. !! .1 ... ..... .'UIILIHM1 II , l V. of joy and nmuenient to all source . -- Silver Spnngletl V Life In a Lighthouse. Lieutenant John M. Ellicott, U. S. N., contributes to St. Nicholas an nrticlo about lighthouses which ho calls "Tho Lights That Guide In tho Night." Lieutenant Ellipott says: Ono seldom thinks, when" ho watches tho brightly cheering aud safely guiding light of a lighthouse, what ceaseless watching nud patient heroism it takes to keep tho light burning year in and year out through all weathers. Gencrully thero is for each light only a keeper with two assistants, and often tho keeper is assisted only by his wife, tons or daughters. Even tho most comfortably situated lighthouses aro generally on lonely headlands, with no human dwelling near. Others aro on outlying rocks or islands swept by tho sea aud wholly cut off from tho land except in fair weather. There are even a few which, built upoii sunken reefs, seem to riso from the very bed of tho ocean and against which storm driven seas break with shocks which shako them to thoir foundations. Such aro tho Eddystone lighthouse, off tho coast of England at tho entrance to tho English channel, and our own Minot's Ledgo light, near tho entrance to Boston harbor. Theso two aro tho most isolated aud exposed lighthouses in the world. Tbey wero built at tho utmost peril to human lifo. Each was swept away by storms ufter completion and had to be rebuilt r i t Eats Its Own Body. Cannibalism has been regarded as tho lowest depths of degeneracy, bat observations mado by F. Nordlinger provo that in animal lifo conditions are existing which aro worse than cannibalism. This zoologist relates that ho ut one time, when digging in his garden, happened to cut in two a large crickot, which ho thought had been killed by tho acc"HAIIXESS" DKLT BUCKLES. ident Looking ten minutes afterward cular. These harness buckles aro made at tho supposedly dead cricket, ho was in gold, silver and enamel. Fancy very much surprised when ho saw tho buckles play un important part in tho forword end of tho cricket busy eating way of dress garniture and como in all up tho rear eud. It takes pretty good sizes and shapes. These buckles aro vari- nervo to do that, but wo cannot judge ously decorated. Somo aro jeweled and of tho sensations of puin in animals of ..oxidized, sonio aro in Russian enamel, a low order by our own sensations and whilo others are of silver, set with tur- fecliugs. Interested by what ho had quoises or other stones. seen, Mr. Nordlinger placed the two halves of tho cricket in a clot of earth Outdoor Garments. and somo roots, and he actually found Of all forms in outdoor garments it that tho cricket not only got entirely may bo decisively laid down that short, grew a new end, but, judging tight fitting coats, reaching to tho waist, well and disappearance of every vestigo from tho with looso bell sleeves, are at tho mo- of the other part, ho concluded that tho ment mast fashionable. Capes, pure and cricket had disposed of that part of its simple, have practically departed, ex- former anatomy by eating it up. Philcept as wraps, from tho ranks of well adelphia Record. dressed women, but this close fitting adaptation, having wide, capelike Mountain Mahogany. sleeves, if indeed they can claim to bo Ono of tho most rcmarkablo products called sleeves, is in the lust cry of of Nevada is a species of wood known everything modish. Whether chic littlo as mountuiu mahogany, which, when mesa jacket, looso sack or tho short or- dry, is as hard as boxwood, very flno dinary basquod coat, all aro accompanied grained, of u rich red color, und in by the wing sleeve. weight very heavy. It has been used for As tho weather grows wurmer wo boxes for shafting, aud in somo inshall havo theso vetements with silk or stances for slides and dies in quartz batvelvet embroidered bodices, while tho teries. It burns with a blazo as long boll sleevo will bo of plaited chiffon or lasting as ordinary wood, and it is then net in many colors. Mantelets of this found, almost unchanged in form, conorder a'ro smarter than cither capo or verted to charcoal that lasts twice as jacket and combino the best points of long us ordinary wood, giving an inboth. tense heat, greater than coal gives. Another notable species of wood, having Longevity of Women. It is claimed to bo uu established fact extraordinary durability, is said to be that women in general live longer than tho queborcho wood of Argentina. Posts men. Tho Puritan gives an account of that havo been in tho ground for 160 tho investigations recently mado by Dr. years in soil alternately sodden by tropClara Bliss Fiuley of Washington, who ical rains or parched by intenso heat was ono of the surgeons in cbargo of are found to bo in 6ound condition. General Garfield's case. For a long Now York Commercial. time the lifo iusurunco companies havo, The Language of a Fet Eagle. discriminated against women, and it Mr. W. Lo C. Beard writes in St. was to protest against what sho believed to be an injustice that Dr. Fiuloy Nicholas of u pet eaglo named Moses, mado her research. Tho companies as- which ho caught in tho Arizona desert serted that between certain ages men Mr. Beard says : Moses had a lauguago wero safer risks than women. This, Dr. of his own, which, by tho constant pracFiuley thinks, sho has proved to bo a tice ho gavo us, we soon learned to unmistake Sho addressed tho convention derstand. It consisted of a series of cries, of iusurauco underwriters recently, pro- all harsh and nerve rasping, but perfectly sen ting them with so astounding a mass distinct, each ono expressing a different of statistics that it is likely tho point emotion. Thus rage, entreaty, excitement and pleasure were each easily diswill bo carried. tinguished by thoso who know him well. Thins Women Want to Know. His ono syllable noto of greeting was Fencing is now a fad among society more explosive and perhaps a shudo less girls. The favorite system practiced is disagreeable than tho rest, and ho had of tbo French school. also a low, crooning sort of murmur, It hi quito possible that the New York but this he used only in soliloquy, to to Association of fiewing School may be- us it expressed only the fact that Moaea come national aaaociatioa. wu talking over thing with hhafilf lW..Rl!ltEffll witli whom ho becomes acquainted, aud tnero aro not many people in tno tug ! capitol building ou tho houoHide, from Speaker Heed down to laborers who scrub tho floors after every ono else coos home, with whom ho has not already CjeHne Tornadoes and Wind Storms are so numerous ami destructive that the propbecomo acquainted. "What's tho number of daddy's box?' erty owners should ho shouted, as ho rushed into tho houso postofllco tlio other day. "Who'syour daddy?" asked tho clerk. "Oh, yon know," said littlo Champ, with a contemptuous wavo of his hand. I'roin them as well us and "I introduced myself tojou tho other ning. Tornadoes and from I'lre liable Light 1'lnv. aro to oc day." cur atnny time. Ni take out a iKillcy In any Tho placo whoro little Champ dolights to go is tho houso stationery room. The of my eompuiiUs. None inn rows of pearl handled knives, the silver tipped pencils, tho rubber bands, tho FIRST CLASS COMPANIES I boxes of pasto aud tho piles of paper boxes of envelopes aro sources of amuseKepreseliled. ment to the littlo lad, and tho clerks encourago his visits, for bright sayings JESSE D. WEAREIT. are ever bubbling fresh from his lips. HuufonI, Ky "What aro you Democrats going to lieneral Agent, do now?" asked ouo of tho clerks yestery day when little Champ came in. FIR NATIONAL SANK is running things, and you folks OK STANrOttI, KY. will have to put up with it whether you liko it or not" Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Tho littlo fellow jumped into n chair pul.llc In railed to the fact that Attention ol and swung his arms aloft in tho atti- tills la the only the National Maul In htitifunl tude which his father assumes when iler tlio iruitsU)ii ot the National llank Un Act iHvurv) not only lij- the capital Mock, ilt'locltort ire most in earnest. hut hy the mxklic'ideiV liability lor an amount "Wo Democrats," piped up his littlo equal tn the Mo. k, w th.it den or of thla Imtltu-tloire iccurel hy a fiiuil ol g.ttl.hoo. he ivorn voice, "will not bo responsible for any tateiuentsol tho roinllllonoi the Rink are made, of McKinloy's acts." each )ear to the t'nltol .State (lorerutiirut ami lu Whether tho boy would havo gouo on uiusjUnre examined at Mated time hy iroterument with a stump speech is not known, but njjenti, thu MturioK additional and TfWt utrt, to dtlturi. certainly tho shouts of laughter that 'IhUlnttltutlon, originally u the llank ol Mantonl In lvV reorganized u followed this earnest declaration of thu National Hank ofstauionl then 1lJ andaicaln In principles did not disconcert him in the rvoryanlied at the Find National Hank tf Mantord In K"'.', hn had practically an uninterrupted least. Washington Post fur 35 )ear. It Is tetter U.1M uov wlt acuities for traiiMdlliK and than ter In fore In lt Ion and honorable Getting Bid of a Bore. career. Arrutima of Indl lual-- , fiduciaries, llruii Quito small men occasionally find it andlndlTldualH.llclted. necessary to expedite tho departure of DIKKCTGK. n bore, and it is both interesting and F. Held, Lincoln Co ; J '. Hayden, Stanford N II. llaughman, " helpful to bo told how big men do so. S. T HarrU, " " Dr. Holmes kept on hand a little pilo J S. II.Kkcr, McKlnnev. TV I.A Hill. " Trlhhle. K U Tanner. of autograph extracts from his writings, J II Collier.Crah i irch'd; M.J. Miller. Mt.ernon and when tho visitor had reached tho M. 1) Llmorc, orricum extreme limit of a call, yet seemed un- I S. Mocker. President; J J McllolsTta, Chler aware of tho fact, he would kindly A A MrKlnney AItantCaihler, haud him ono of theso extracts, courBO VKARI whAAA4tf teously asking him to tako it as a keepKXPERIKNOf. "They can't stop after that, howsake ever tough," ho said. "I call tho extract my lubricant It greases tho way to send them off." I know a humblo Scotch parson, who, in such a case, arises and says, "But I must not detain you any longer." BishTRAD! MARKS DISIONS, op Harvey Goodwin of Carlislo told me COPYRIGHTS how uu extremelv eminent man in tho Anyone) tending a tketch and description Ae. may Anglican hierarchy used to da Getting quickly ascertain, free, whether an Intention la jirohably patentable. Communications strictly upon his feet and affectionately taking confidential. Oldest forsccurtrurpateuta Washington America. We have tbo visitor's hand in both of his, ho luPatents taken through a Munn & Co. cttlw. reoelT said, is a tremulous voice, "And must tpoclal notice In the you go away?" Then tho bishop of CarSCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,' of lislo (it was at Bishop Wordsworth's ta- beautifully lllutrited. lanrett circulationyear; W.U) ble) arose, warmly grasped my right any scientific Journal, weekly, terms and allaxo months, specimen copies IliOalx 1'AlEXn sent tree. Addles hand and went through the entire proMUNN A. CO., ceeding with a saddened face. I could 361 Hroudway, Neir Yrk. not but say that had tho greut mau so addressed my lowly self I should have haetened to reply, "I was just going, but us you seem so anxious I should stay with you I can wait a littlo lonIIOL'TK. ger." Tho sentimental expression passThe Uett Line tnand From ed from Bishop Goodwin's strong face, and ho rejoined with firmness, "Yon couldn't say that if you saw tho way TOLEDO AND All Points In Michigan. did it all." And I am entho h tirely convinced tho bishop was right. CHICAGO. Somo men carry a thing off, others can"White City Sss?lal." not. Longman's Magazine. 1 Matlou. Tornado Insurance Protect Their P.operty -- "Mo-Kiule- ST - ii -- Y Ii exiit-nic- e I jJflalV, Price, F. S. J. s land No. 39. 800 acres guotl, situated in Franklin county, Ky., - miles North of Frankfort, tho capital of Ken-tu- c y. Moderate dwelling of six rooms, J. H. SOWDER, MANAGER. three tobacco barn; untbtr good fence, on good pike, three good orchards. Public miles school on farm. Ono and in grass and timothy. to church. 300 acres HUILDING: This is a good stock farm and produces Writo For Ro3t of Proportion well all kinds of grain, hemp ami tobacFor Salo. co. A splendid bargain. Price, 15 per I. N. N. Lnml IXciiraions conducted, Factories acre. Located, Lohiih Nrgotintctl, Abstracts No. 10. Farm of 107 acres, four miles Furnl.slied, Kents Collected. H'ritu 1" from Crab Orchaad, Ky. Sixty acres of J. II. SOWDEK, Stanford, Ky. river bottom land well set In clover and No 35. One lliick Motel contain nine timothy. 2.) or 30 acres of com land; balrooms, three linlls, ono pantry, three large ance in pasture and timber. Goo dwellclosets, three porches, one being a double ing nnd barn, garden aiitl orchard. Splenwater. Under good, and two single; water throughout the did good school and church. building, both hot mid cold. Thero is n fence. CIoc to cluteru and two wells, one of the wells be- Price, 1,000; f 000 cash, lmlanco in one ing the llnest of mineral wnter. Ono hy- ami two years. drant, force of which wilt throw water No. 41. 250 acres, six miles from Crab oer the top of tho building. This brick Orchard. About 100 acres In cultivation, building alono cot f 4,000, bcides on tho about 40 in urns. Dwelling of four rooms same ot there aro two other btmlness houses, two good, largo buns, two tenant hoiiies, one occupied with upgood garden, small orchard, splendid, per story of which containH four room water both for domestic and acd hall. Other building, which h ISxW stock purM)!es, situated on good road. feet, is occupied with and t'crc This is a splendid stock farm. Price, 0 are three rooms above. A I outbuilding, W. K. P. cash in hand. good bam, buggy home, etc.; in fact all No. 42. Garrard county farm of 244 outbuilding necessary. Nice brick walks all nrotind premises and In within 100 acres. Frame dwelling of eight rooms. ynrds of It. It. Junction and depot nnd on Good barn and necessary outbuildings. , remainder good pike, one mile from county seat, About 00 acres in good schools and churches. This hotel is in high state of cultivation. All under good fence. Good orchard anil splendid elegantly furnished; now insured for water. Total cost of this hotel property, garden. Plenty of Situated on good pike. Close to good furniture, Ac, 7 600. Present price, 15,. 000; half cash and balance in one and two school nnd church and in good neighbor hood, and near to two railroads. Price, T. L. S. Y"r. 35 er acre; cash, balance In No. 30. Kami containing 175 acres, on ono anil two years. J. U. C. good pike, three miles from county seat; No. 43. Garrard county farm of 165 In high Malu of cultivation; buildings modacres, 2 miles from Paint Lick, Lowell erate. Price, 15,000. W.A. T. and Hyattsville. This is an excellent No. 37. Farm of 33S acres, three mile-- , hemp and tobacco farm. Large barn, from county cent anil on good pike. This good, comfortable dwelling, two tenant is and A s Farm, in high state houses. L'uiler good fence; good orchard of cult vation. Splendid dwe ling of nine and garden. Plenty of warooms, two tenant houses, splendid barn ter. Price, 13,500; cnh, baland all necessary outbuildings; under good ance in one anil two years. J. II. C. fence. Land very productive -- in facl a No. 41. Garrard county model farm. Price, 50 er acre. farm. Good dwelling, one tenant O. A. I. outbuildings. Under houso and No. 38. 13S acres gootl, good fence. Abundance land, on good pike, three miles from town; al under good fence and all in grass ex water. In high statu of cultivation. Close cept 25 acres. Two good barns, a good to school, church anil in a good neighborcash dwelling of six rooms; a new y painted. hood. Price, 140 per acre, and balance in one and two years. Good cistern at the door, good spring J. II. C. near by. stock water. In good hapc to maVo money. f4-I0- J. Bluo-Gras- EXCHANGE. 1- INTERIOR JOURNAL one-ha- lf 1 never-failin- g iwst-olllc- e, never-fallin- g bar-roo- m fl,-50- Illue-Grass- 0. never-failin- g one-thir- d 1 Illue-Gras- never-failin- g one-thir- d bO-ac- re Illue-Gra- ss Illue-Gras- s ncct-sxar- never-fallin- g I one-thir- d Never-fnilin- g y UODGRCAKinG v Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se J. C. M'CLARY. Square, li "BIG ltest enultial 4: DETROIT Stanford, Ky ex-arc- Tffl 31 -' ST. LOUIS Senator Harris and Joe Shelby. Avoiding tlio Tunnel Joe Shelby of Missouri went to in 1803 to press his claims to the BOSTON. United States marshalship of tho westWagner Sleeplnc Cars. of his state. Ho and Senator ern district Harris had not met since 1800, when YORK. they wero members of tho Carlotta col- Hutlft Parlor Cars, Wairner Sleeping Can, Prlvat ony neur tho City of Mexico. Shelby Compartment Car, I leanl Coaches and Curs ran across Harris in tho marblo room of tho cupitol and spoke to him effusively. Ite sure your ticket und via "UK! FtlL'll" "D u you, suh; I didirt know you 1" K O.MiCOKMlCK. I H. MAItTIN, growled Harris. "Why, I'm Shelby (Jen. Paw. A Tkt. Agt I'auenocr Trains Mr., CINCINNATI. OHIO Joo Shelby." "Ah, how do, Shelby?" ho responded without enthusiasm. They talked awhilo of old times, and tho u that Missourian went nway. "D . THE POPULAR Shelby 1" old Harris said as tho tull form of tho soldier disappeared through IN! tho door. "I don't seo where ho got the impudence to speak to mo at all. Mo i an Pap Prico an Governor Allen of OMOIMIMSINIOIM Louisiana wero down at Carlotta when that rebel chicken stealer camo along. Wo had fixed up a littlo distillery, an I had mado fo' bottles of tho finest liquor, sub, you evuh tasted. This Shelby drank M ono bottle of it tho fust day. Next morain wo had to ride ovah tho plantations. We lef ' him at tho house, an bo drank two mo' bottles of it, sub." " What becamo of the other bottle, senINIIBllfofl ator?" asked a listener. "Wo aged it an drunk it, suh." "How long did you kN) M keep it, senator?" "Fo' days, Buh." M Exchange. I (MO He Had His Suspicions. A northern visitor in Atlanta was walking with his host in tbo garden tbo other morning, when they camo upou tho gardener, an old negro of 70 years. ) "This," said tho host, "is Mosee an old family servant. " EMI "Mr. Moses," said tho northerner, extending his hand und touching his hat, "I am happy to meet you." The old negro, ignoring tho proffered hand, throw his own baton tho grass FllANK J. REKD, and, pulling at his wool, mado u low CIiIcmko. G.F.A., obeisance. K. II. HACON, When tho guest was gone, ho apLouisville. D.r.A., proached his employer and former master. "Marso Jim," ho said, "niu't do 'lection dono over?" "Of course. Why do you ask?" "Bekase," said the puzzled old felWho eaa think low, "dot's do fust whito man dat lif Wanted-- An of some simple mo en try ter shako bands out he bat tcr isuf to pawaw Protect your Ideas t ther may brtngyou wealth. CO.. Patent Attor. JOHN WXbDERBURM o' season. Dey aholy is eotnepin up." Wre Washington, D. Beyn, Cor tbelr 4l.N0 prte oSer Atlanta Constitution. nt Ut ot (wo hundred tnTMtloaa wanted. Vt'ash-ingto- n H. C. BUPLEY, THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- NEW Is, Receiving his- - Pin-lu- g SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give hiin a Call. -- M O liOKllPMOMM -m 8KB OUH- - ww MM mm Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies, mm CKRR1HGES. HARNESS, &C. Ucst and Largest Line of Implements in town, Seo us before buying. OIMMOMO MMU liJOTn Mm Lw M OMtflK M M M M0M0MM svu PRICES LOWER THAN EVER MOMOM 0 Known Heforc, Satisfaction Guaranteed MOIMOIM N B K. WEAREN & SON. THki mm MM mM ombhn) MM M(5 MOMMUM yOMOlMIMllQJlP j. Vf mm mm Queen &Crescent reaches the principal cities of the South with n service of supciL'y up?cint. through trains. Dny Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harnuian, Cha nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, Mew Orleans, .uiunia, .unco, and Jacksonville. TlirougU bleeping tars u A.noxviuc, not. npnnys and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtnroc Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and and Shreveport. fLH San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, Jj$f& Rf via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 0"j )! sT-Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati . ... .. .. .ruiJi A,' 3 unu. witn every accommouauun iu SrJkXi Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa- - "538 tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and sssssH III Chattanooga. W. O. Blneanon, ObM. W. Zell, .z-? Q. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Bw. Paufr Jgt., Cincinnati- - O $ route jwm. r-- O0MMmN MM OM MO SM MOKIOMIMQ) mo MO mM MM OINiyNM OIM0M Idea .if n-i- 1 mm HI sjissww' ii ... ..VW,,,.-d- . i ir'ife" EEsassiisaEi T. J. Hatch i:h, who is as good a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL democrat as his illustrious namesake, Thomas JofTerson, announces in this issue for sheriiT and says if given the May ii, 1897 nomination his friends stand ready to Stanford, make his bond. lie is an old Confed erate soldier with a large family and is E. (J. Walton, Jiusi.vi:.s? MA.VAonit. a most deserving man. K, - Centre College defeated the Stuto College ball team 22 to 2 at Danvillo Saturday. The llrst seven days' attendance at the Nashville Centennial was 47,f00. The attendance on tho eighth day, Saturday, was 2i,(W0. making a total, so far, of tions. T.'1,")00 S. which is beyond expecta- t is nmdo in i:t (liiroront color. Kvery color id in stock now at Penny's Drug Alaiiastjni:, the great wall finish, Storo 57,883 PERSONALS. , Prescriptions Have been filled here without a single mistake. It is a good record and we are proud of it. Ma. H. C. Thompson', of London, Danville, Ky. here Saturday. Miss Julia Uiggins went to Lexington Saturday to visit relatives. Mas. Lucinda Thhiiili: is on a visit to Mrs. H. G. Hopkins at Shelbyvllle- Mrs. L. F. Shaw, of Imminence, arrived Friday to visit Mis. A. C. Dunn. Miss Villain Bitow.v, of the West Knd, is the guest of Mrs. James Mes-sewas r. PEVfVy'S DRUG STORE. SPEGIBIi SALE Of SHlRS, THAS -- is Mrs. V. L. Phairs, of Klngsville, visiting her sister, Mrs. T. L. Shel-to- n. WEEK. -., . I Missks Eva Stkqhii and Grace Tudor, of Crab Orchard, were here Saturday shopping. Mr. M. Samn'okh, of Louisville, helped wait on the court day crowd at his store yesterday. Missks Dora and Kathkrink Haughman' Bjcnt several days with Mrs. Montie Fox in Danvillo. Mrs. J. A. Duddkrar returned with Miss Ida Yantls to Winchester and spent several days with her. n Mrs. Dr. E. G. Dicic, Mrs. Gus and Mrs. Johnson wore down from Crab Orchard yesterday. Cait. Smith Irwin, now located at Gainesville, Texas, paed through on Hof-man- m!mw!mmmmmwmm m I k ( GiS YOU SHOULD SEE the splendid values or. I I m Snln liprmm Tiiivml.'iv ...-- , nil ....... . WW... ...WW... . V....... ..,.. ... mnrntmi'. ATjiv lllli. unil ponlintinu .... thin wool: Tim luul wpmHi- J . ....J .V. ww.. ... ....WW f,, or hits interferretl somewhat with our sales unci now wc find wo have too many Silks for. the reason. To roduco rho surplus we are going lo have a week of special sale and will make prices so low that the Silks will have to sell. Read the prices given below and then oome and see the Silks. -- I yU S Our Bargain Counter. Mc all wool good-- , at 2.V. 50c Check and Plaid good-- , at 3.V. 75c and SI mo ruttcrtis 4sc. .spit-mil10c ami RJJc wash goods. values In Ladles Vests at :Jc.5c, 10c, 15c to 25c. Summer Cor-e- ts at 50c, 75c and SI. Umbrellas and Parasols at 25c, 50c, 75c to S3.50. (;, g Summer 35c Yard, 49c Yard, 59c Yard, 24-inc- h 24-inc- h 27-inc- : Dress : : Silks.' Sunday's South-boun- d pas-eng- er. h Printed China Silks, were 50c. Printed Twill Foulards, were 75c. Printed Twill Foulards, were $1. MR. J.C. Corminkv and bride, of. Lancaster, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Allen. .Mr. T. J. Chrss, of Rockcastle, came down yesterday to see his wife, who is at tho Joseph Price lntirmary. Mrs. W. M. Bright and sons Thom' as and Morrison went to Louisville Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Will J. Yager. Mr. J. M. Kkank, for many years the clever Q. k. C agent at Junction City, has retired to go into the produce bus-inepi I Gents, Look at This. )? 11 . ft Si Most complete line of IJeady-Mad- u. 35 TROUSERS Ever In this clt. 500 pair 75c. SI, Sl.50, at what miu pay for the material S1.75, S1.0S n cii Sa.50. Hoys' suits t i i 4' Lf W U?J to J3 SjA '1 s. Every pattern is new thi season. Colors Navy, Green, Purple and Black. These, Mr. E. W. Simukll went to Louisare having an immense sale in all the cities this season. Nothing you can buy will make ville Friday to sec the game of ball betho more serviceable and comfortable a.s well as stylish Summer Dresses. At the above i tri- tween club.team of thnt city and the St. Louis ces tt hey will cost you hardly any more than fine Iuslins. Don't let this chance slip. D. J. Xewhhrx, of the old Shaker you. Nurseries in Pennsylvania, tells us he SEVERANCE & SON. OTHER SILKS. Check Swiss Taffetas. 39c Yard, Black Moire Velour for Skirts. 75c Yard, Black Satin Duchesse, was $1.25. 90c Yard, Black Repp Silk was $1.50. 98c Yard, 95c Yd., . Handsome Blk. Brocades, were $1.35 Black Brocade Satins, were $1. 69c Yard, $1.15 Yard, Handsome'all-silBlack Moire Piva. Black Pekin Stripe. 50c Yard, $1.15 Yd., Fancy Waist Silks, were $1.75 and $1.50. 89c Yard, Fancy Waist Silks, were $1.25. 19-inc- has sold over 00 worth of fruit trees in this county so far. MR. S. P. Stagg is treating his two cottages on Logan Avenue to rnt-Mr- . W. A. Tribble is also improving his residence with a coat. JLTTXMTGS Time to buy. I A large assortment of h 27-inc- h 27-inc- h 24-inc- h 23-in- 22-inc- h k 20-inc- h all-sil- k A 50-Ce- nt Lot. from a month's visit to New York and Philadelphia, arrived yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. Mary Burch. Miss Mary IIoiitox, who has been visiting her father, Mr. Samuel Hor-toreturned to Lexington Saturday where she has a good position. W. A. Moiihrly. of the Iv. C. G. & L. II. H., was here Saturday visiting relatives. He has been transferred Middlesboro to Knowille. Mkssrs. W. F. SHRRiDANand B.N. Holler went to Louisville yesterday morning to work on a new time card. They will incidentally see some work on the racecourse also. Mrs. J. A. Wright, Misses Ella Wright and Myrtle Hughes and Prof. E. L. Grubbs chaperoned a doen or more children to Dudderar'b Mill Saturday on a tishing excursion. Mkssrs. Gko. H. McKinnky, A. J. Higney and John Dye, of W. J. Post, and Granville Haley, of the Lan-dram Miss IIachkl Allison, just back n, Blues, Greens, Browns, Reds, Whites, Yellows, W. Both in Japs and Chinese. W. WITHERS, STANFORD. 1 PAINT. besJkzdy LEAD. Beyond doubt we have the best Ready-mixe- d Paint on ;lie market. of about 20 pieces of Fancy Silks in Taffetas, Satins, &c, S3c, $1 and $1.25 per yard, at 50c yard for choice. which have been AVe will offer a mixed lot Embroidered $10 tor Choice. Miss Annik,Bronaugh Engleman, last idea of the season for a real handsome dress. Thcc are made of very fine tho handsome daughter of Mr. and The of this quality Drap D'Ete with skirt embroidered all around, also Collars, Cuffs and Vest em- Mrs. Georgebe H. Engleman, graduates one of the 12 county, will broidered with ample plain material to make the dress in any st!ylc. We offer five of that Potter College at Bowling Green these, one each brown, green, tan, heliotrope and blue, that have bcen,$lS to $2o each at will turn out this year. INVITATIONS to the Senior Elocution recital by Mr. T. M. Highter and Miss Susau F. Woods, at Mlllersburg Col lege, to occur May 22, at 8 i. M., have been received. Both Misses Su&anand Bessie Woods graduate this session. for this momentous occasion. "Real French Organdies at all prices, Mkssrs. Jamks J. Hamilton and Everthing needed M. Farru, of Lancaster, were from 20c to $J per yard. Swiss Mulls at .'35c to 40c Batiste Dc L'Opera at 25 to 40c. John Friday in tho Interest of the Gar here Sheer Linen Lawns up to $1 yd. Gloves in all lengths, white SiJk Gauze "Fans 50c up. rard County Fair, which they say will bo the biggest thing on wheels. They Ribbons in all widths. We will save you money on all the outfit. secured a number of special premiums. Mr. L. D. Sampson, of the Cincin-- . was here natl Commercial-TribunSaturday en route to Barbourvlllo to visit his parents, whom he had not seen for a yea'r. Ho will take about two weeks needed rest and la tho meantime write- ft history of tho turnpike raids. Mr. Sampson holds a high position on his great ncwspaixsr and is winning many laurels as a journalist. By tho way ho tolls us that ho has accepted an offer from tho Valparaiso Law, School to teach a class In journalism this summer at a good salary, but will retain connection with tho Cincinnati paper. -- Dresses Crab Orchard Post, are at Lexington attending tho G. A. K. convention. FOR tho arbor day exercises of tho Western Female College at Oxford, O., Miss Mattie Alcorn, daughter of Dr. Ed Alcorn, of Huston-villwas chosen orator of the day. Tin: Middlesboro Herald says that Mr. T. M. Pennington and family now occupy rooms over their store ou Cumberland Avenue and that Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kemp have gone to house-keeping. 0IL$, VAKm$r)G$, (0L0R$, At Lowest Cash Prices. CRAIG 6c HOGKER. THE aUiS-ORAS- e, S HERD Thoroughbred Quroc Jersey ll ir BOSS, It breeders were Moctisl from the Ust herds or this f.nnous breed of 8lne in scleral States ol A splendid lot of I'lfis of illtliTem aces sale. Hred sows n giecialtr SatUfKtluiigiiuruntecd. o solicited. .AddreCorres-oadenc- R. H. BRONAUOH, Crab Orchard; Ky. " Commencement Fixings. The Buckeye Churn Makes hard work easy. You can get raoro butter. You wash, salt and work tho taking it out of the churn. rc f'iSfS;jrnalHl! VV'Wf-ysiiiiiiiiW- lI Will Sell You One on e, Trial. It will pay for itself in fow weuks. and see it. fall The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. & Danville, Kentucky. ' .", s Most Complete and Couvcnlcnt Freezer ever offered in Stanf )rd. Ketiuiresle-- labor M from one to two minutes to less timo and less ico than any freezer, only requiring freezo cream. Wo guaranteo them to do all we claim and they are sMd ou trial. Very respectfully, Come and see for younelf. Try one. HIQGENS M'KINNEY. iyX. -- 7I.wj;j-- fl"i'iy"llfT"t'llt;"', ''' '' ..si, Ttf gW " .. fi. w,-,- THE INTERIORJOURNAL OPia.'tellolioa.'rra.osio.jrc'oia.irrlia.-v-AT a S3- - When not sop.dd CE.3 will Ik charged. TIME MED, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. at 4:30ii.iu. at Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m. nmr.rcturns KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No V " No. 2.1 " No. 21 Train going North ' No.W " ,'' 12 37 IU " South 12 01 p m 1 3 13am " 03'i in Tor all Tolnts. TimO'IOH TICKCTS SOU). 1IAC.OAGK CHECKED TI1IIOUUII. Tor any Information enquire ol JOK S. HICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 02 m No. 2 North 11 K a m No. HSouth J 40 n m " 4 " u .11 21 inn v 6 " 10 " '" No! 0 " ..- "- S 20 p 5 ami 6 .lo not run Sundays, 9 and 10 Note-N- o. City, nvtiher co no further South than Junction do they run Sundays. 111 FRANKFORT m. 2 35 AND CINCINNATI P. M. 53 31 9 33 C RY. A. M VIA ULOKUL TOWN. r. A. M. 2,0") 505 7 20 S 315 450 11 53 " Arrtiooiwtown, Lv " ' rranUort, Lve. Somerset, Jet City. Ar 12 11 820 30 300 8 30 C30 10 8 40 Arr Paris Pally except Sunday i..O C.,n.UKRCAV,G.r.A. PHI I POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Us great leavening strength and bealtlifiilness. A vitrei tho food against alum and all forms of ladulteratlou mi common in the cheap brands. ,. Hoyal Baking Powder Co., Xew ork. DR. W. B. PBNK Y, Dentist : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Lancaster street at Residence A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Building. IBffflx the Owsley Office over Mcltoberla' Drug Store In SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietors LIVERY.YEED& SALE STABLE Junotipn City, Ky. Turnouts, prompt attention, very A ixjrllou or your (ulionage is rwwoaahlu lates 18 rotpevtliilly solicited. Pint-Clas- s GEORGE H. M'KINNEY, Pension & Claim Agent, Box Has Imil 12 44, Stanford, Ky.' & ycarVs practice, before ull tho Dop.i itneuts In Washington City. 9 NOEL SON, DEALERS Coimi Coal Yard. IN COHL, Mains'. Order Otiico and Feed Lxchane, near tho Railroad Crowing, DeKt Street, .Satisfaction gtuMiiteed. : anil Hoy, - Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. J. U. Mill Turnpike . Election. of tho Carjieiittir's 8tu- -t anil Moreluud Station turnplkuure requested to meet at the Ven-doHotel In Hustonvlllo on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock May 15, ls!)7. for tho of electing directors for tho ensuing ruriK-Tlio .stockholder Ion, Hiistonvlllo year. . J. K. HAUGH.UAN, President. l t. ' Spring-- and popular Gieen Briar located aliout two miles from Crab Oichnid. Magnificent water, uxcelleiit Improvement. Will loaso at a low figure fon tho present hoohoii. Call on or address well-kno- f Tho FOR RENK . , A. A. IIOWMAU. Versailles, Ky. m . W w-'J- II ind all kinds of Sln aepTrateSr mTiedT Also make graham flour. House meal and E.B. WINBtn, aianona. nniw tlliinCDniadeorto attach to any make of size ..! ' 1 T X L. 1A7' r wingers siesi afKf mill , "rWriV&C oontruetd and "saw rKA'Ati.tJ aw. w :rm j t. I..ZJ .14 : k",ix-- vona's ralr villoma and Medal. O.lranliwl Steel Tanks. Retralaton and flrtnd-erK. U. tVINUKU. Terrace, CMrago. r. Two white men were eaten by caul- FARM AND TRADE, bals in the Soutli Sea Islands. , McVera 2:74 brought S3.000 to an girl E. Kellogg Beach, a West Pointer Lnporte, Intl., 1ms u capitalist, com European party. and millionaire retired who woigha 1175 poiuids. T. D. Newland sold to Woods it Lynn The only two saloons in Stanton, Ky., mitted Hiticido in Chicago. Ineoiulliirics. Citizens of Topeka, Kan., threaten a bunch of fat hogs at Die. were burned by Good Polo Angus bull calf, ready for Tramps killed a man, his wife and bis to thkotho law in their own hands and service. M. S. Baughnian. demolish a saloon which lias just starthired girl near Waukesha, Wis. Lyon fc Allen bought of John F. The electric light plant at Glasgow ed up. hogsat3c. Cash o0 destroyed valued at $12,000 was totally CRRB ORCHARD. Tomorrow is Derby Day, with Ornaby lire. ment nnd Tyghoon hot favorites. Henry Jones, colored, was hanged in Crab Orchard is on the improve and Farris k Hardin bought of W. W. the penitentiary at Michigan City for begins to look thrifty. Hays a harness gelding for $00. murder. Mr. and Mrs. A. Adtlams are rejoicW. T. Myers bought an extra .Tnrdr Minimal rode 10 miles on Ills ing over their tlrst born, a line daughmule here yesterday for $30. 20 minutes and S2-.- " ter. bike at Memphis in O. P. Huffman bought of Robt. Land mid ocean with a News is scarce in seconds. Thomas Ryan, a convict in the Ohio line band playing on one side and the some extra tine butcher stutf at 3c. McKiuney Belle, 2:20, owned by penitentiary, committed suicide by as piano on tlio other. The weather is lino, tho night is Charley Crow is heavy in foal to Pence. phyxiation. Dr. Catlott, a Derby candidate, won Austin Ballard, aged 0.), died in Mad- bright and this is a line way to travel the Greenbriar stakes at Nashville Fripleasure, ison from tho oITects of a fall received when one Is out for Mrs. Alice Newland was called to day. some weeks since. James Middleton bought a bunch of Madison, Ind., on account of tho death Despondency over ill health caused yearling steers and heifers In Pulaski In the E. Kellogg Beach, a Chicago million- of her nephew who was drowned at (J to $11. Ohio river. aire, to kill himself. Balk Line, Carrol Hold's pride, won is a very sick Rev. A. B. Anderson X. W. Nelson, an aged bank presihis race at Newport Saturday. Ho dent of Richmond, Va., committed sui- man. Miss Leah Stcger is some better. sold at. to 1. Ashcr Harris is not improving very cide by asphyxiation. Joe Rea, formerly with the Cecils at went much at present. Col. Buchanan is An Evnnsville, Ind., llsherman Danville, is working 21 to sleep on tho banks of a river and able to be out driving. Miss Allio Fish accompanied her sis- for Marcus Daly. fell in and was drowned. Dr. Hugh Hold had a valuable steer an Indiana brute, ter, Mrs. Dr. Black, to her homo in Chris Nicholas, to die a few days ago from tho cITccto of cut his wife severely with a razor while Kuoxville, where she will visit several drunk and then killed himself. weeks. Miss Pearl Phillips is the guest a blowing vior's bite. Mrs. Emma C. Rose sold to Mrs. J. of Mrs. Robert Collier. At Amesbury, Mass., a of Vorsatlles, D. Neet her farm of 17. acres U miles Mr. and Mrs. Wilhoite. son of Napoleon Ilamel, killed his four- $S0 an acre. are visiting Mr. Wm. Stuart's family. south of Versailles, at year-ol- d brother with a hatchet. C. Hays, of the East End. has had J. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire- Miss L. B. Stuart is visiting her sister, a good portion of Hold of corn decided Mrs. Barney Alexander, at Owenton. men by vote of its lodges, has Har- dostroved by small lnsoet resembling a to alliliato with the Federation of La- Messrs. . J. W. James and Morris Ilea. bor. ris took a few days off and went ilshing Ornament, tho Derby favorite, wont Thomas Wilson, a drummer, attempt- in Rockcastle river the latter part of the distance in 2:08 Saturday. Tyed suicide at Fostorin, O., because he the week. Miss Ada Cochran is visit- phoon, another entry, covered it In went a whole week without telling a ing Dr. and Mrs. W. .1. Edmiston. 2:11. bill. (This letter was written aboard tho J. W. Zarlng & Co. bought of JessaFritz Christman. of Harlem county, steamer Bostonia, our obliging corres- mine county parties, 2,000 bushels of N. Y., died from the effects of swallow- pondent not forgetting us even In her wheat at 85 cents.Richmond Panta-graping a lizard while drinking out of a trouble. Ed.) spring. P. P. Nunnolley bought in Pulaski a SUNDAY d cattle Several members of an L. S: N. train BRO: SEVERANCE AS A bunch of two and SCHOOL TEACHER. crew including Capt. Lon Dyer, were at 3o and l.)0 barren owes and wethers indicted at Bowling Green for perjury Whereas. An Alhvise Father has re- at?l.o0to$2. in a murder case. Farris & Hardin aro getting to bo tho moved from our midst Elder Joseph The governor pardoned two Chris- Severance, our esteemed brother and biggest hog men in this section. They tian county men who bet on the elecwho fell asleep in Jesus have 10 sows and nearly 100 of as lino tion on the condition that the money April 23, 1S07, belt pigs as one ever looked at. be devoted to charity. Resolved, That in his death our SunEditor F. D. Sotswood of the Some fiend put jraison in a Ball Creek day school lias lost one of its brightest, Democrat, has a trotting which spring, near Pikeville, and ilvo persons most faithful members, tho church litis mare named died and live more are dying from lost one of her devoted, sacrificing of- is said to be a crackerjack. drinking water from the spring. The spring horso market is exceedficers and Lincoln county one of her Moonshiners took possession of the grandest, Christian men. ingly lively. Good horses, either for town of Irwin, Tenu., and amused them1. That we will faithfully cherish his track or road use are scarce and good selves by making captured policemen memory, strive to imitate his many vir- ones bring big prices. Stock Farm. give song and dance exhibitions. J. A. Dudderar tells us that Fred Jc tues and follow the precepts wo have so Alexander Harris and his wife were often heard fall from his lips in this, Landy, who rent ills mill, aro the killed and their two servants perhaps the Lord's house. promptest paying men in the country fatally wounded by William Pouch, a 2. While we bow submissively to and are good cLlzous In every rospecU farm hand, near Waukesha, Wis. J. C. Hays sold to Mooro .V Estos, of God's will, we deeply deplore this sad Pa., bereavement aud extend our warmest Madison, 23 calves at $13 and delivered Mamie Burke, a Hazelton, school girl, jumped the ropo 21. times sympathy to his Christian wife and to Brown & Thompson 50 and died a horrible death a short while family, commending them to tho Lord shoats at .'lie. They were ungaged a afterwards as a result of over exhaus- Whom their loved one so faithfully month ago. , tion. served. Woods & Lynn bought of Hon. J. S. Thirteen leading physicians of At3. That these resolutions be spread Owsley, Sr., a car load of lanta, Ga., have been called before a uion the minutes of our Sunday school hogs at 3c. Mr. Woods says it Is tho medical association for trial because aud a copy be furnished the family of best bunch that has changed hands in their pictures were printed in newspa- our deceased brother. tho county this year. pers. McCormacks Church, May 9th, 1S97. LYON & Allen sold to A. B. McKin-no- y Greater New Nork has an area of 300 20 calves at MS.SS. They sold in square miles. Its greatest length is D'j RELIGIOUS. Cincinnati a car load of hogs at 3 to miles, from Mount St. Vincent to Rev. Ben Helm's meeting at Crab 4c; some wethers and ewes at 2 to 5.10 Loudon'n area is 63S square Orchard resulted In 22 conversions and and a few lambs at 7ic. miles. in per- sanctiflcations. Dr. E. C. Wiley, for murder It closed yesterday and The Harrodsburg Democrat rojwrts on Katie Wchler Mr. Helm will go to Ellzabetlitown a number of sales of corn at $1.50 per forming an abortion barrel, 33 cattle for delivery Oct. 1 at and Luther Watson, the girl's sweet- and hold a meeting. .'Me. several lots of lambs to weigh 150 The Epworth League had a royal heart, who had him to do it, are in jail convocation at Louisville last week and Dounds and over at 5e, to be delivered at Louisville without bail. Justice Pryor has Hied in adjourned to meet next year in Lexing June 25 and 1! for delivery July 25. Samuel Dudderar sold to Fred fc Lun" in- the United States court at Frankfort a ton. Rev. II. G. Henderson, of dy 05 bushels of wheat at t)2o. Ho sold petition praying that the State bo en- ehester, was elected presidont and J. .S: Co. about 500 bushjoined from collecting more than the D. Bradburn, of Louisville, secretary. J. II. Baughman els In August at 00c and tho rise on Rev. L. M. Lasley writes: Victory at "5 cents taxes from the banks. May 1. Wheat on that day was worth There is an air ship at Nashville Danville for the Lord. About 100 conver- DOo mid Mr. Dudderar made $150 by Great crowds; which goes far towards solving the sions and sanctitlcations. making the contract as he did. The problem of aerial navigation! It made hundreds turned away at night. Thirty-twcar loads of lino Shorta trip of lo miles tho other day and was people mightily convinced and stirred. horn cattle, averaging 1,050 pounds, pretty well managed by the man at the Tell the Christians to pray on, we must were shipped from Louisville, their have 400. Our God hears prayer. helm. McGarvoy will lecture (lustiiiutiunbulii" I'un Ilnndlu. Toms. Elder J. W. The city of Atlanta has bought from of the county in which it Is situuted the atTurnersvillo next Friday and Satur- They aro tho property tho Mortimer Lund Company, which owns) (10,000 the price paid being $1.j0,-00- day nights, 14th and lfith, on PalesIt Is IntendThe building will be used as a tine, with stercoptlcan views. Admis- acros of land la Texas, and 10. Mr. Mc- ed to attempt tho breeding upon It of city hall. Tho county will build a new sion, adult" 1."), children Garvoy will preach Sunday morning Shorthorns on n lar,'0 ealo. COURT DAY. Yesterday was a dull, Lanra Jones, a notorious woman next at tho same church. mean day and the binall crowd that The Southern Baptist Association in about 22 years old, waa shot and instantly killed in a lodging house in session at Wilmington, N. C, has 721 oamo to town spent most of their tlmo talking olUtcd. About lo0 cattle were Louisville by Peter Yates, aged 74, delegates present. The committee on the market and most of them changto consider Dr. Whltsitt's who lives in a shanty boat and who was He is ed hands; tlio best of which some jealous of her. case sustained him 24 to 7. bteers, brought lc. A few The Fayetto fiscal court last week president of the Southern Baptist cattle brought 4o. A bunch paid $21,000 for 18 miles of tho New- Theological Seminary at Louisville, of calves sold at $12.00 and a lot of Intown, the Bryant Station and the Old and wrote several editorials for the at $ 10.00. Butcher btult was Frankfort turnpikes, and made them dependent, in which he took tho posiTho horse and mule 14(51 the rite of bap- dull at '2 to 2c. free roads. Toll is yet charged on 180 tion that prior to were dull. of the 283 miles of turnpike in Fayette. tism among the Baptists was performed markets The Greek cabinet is suid to have by sprinkling. This seems to be a deagreed to gradually withdraw the cided victory for the pedo Baptists who Greek force from Crete, after which claim that immersion is a modern In' J. K. Carson expects to go Into busithe Powers will Undertake the task of vention. ness again soon. Rev. W. S. Grlnstead returned Satmediation. It is reported that an arD. M. Crelghton has sold a portion of mistice of a fortnight will bo arranged urday from Wilmore, where ho attend- his farm to W. L. McCarty. nnd district coned tho Sunduy-schobetween tho Turks and Greek's. Several were arrested hero charged ference of Danville district. Ho says with giving whisky to minors. The Vanderbllt lines (Big Four and Chesapeake & Ohio) have made an al- they had a full attendance of preachKlngsviilo is on a boom new dwellliance with the Wisconsin Central und ers und delegates. Thirteen went from ing houses going up, grist mills, Arc. He its lake connections for a through Stanford and MoKeeudreo. Hogs in our community have measharmonious and proiltable les; Dr. Thompson says others have a most freight lino from tho Twin Cities via Newport News, Va., for all points meeting. A thing unheard of occurred. grip. lay delegates cast votes for Candidatjs are thick in our vicinity, reached by tho steumshlp lines from Fifty-twthere. four delegates to the annual confer- trying to find out who aro committeeSuspecting improper relations on the ence and elected four on first ballot. men, but are still hi tho dark. part of Charles Springer and Mrs. G. Mr. Grlnstead was well pleased with Rev. W. S. Trupton preached probaH. Wright, the husband of tho woman, Asbury College at Wilmore and speaks bly his last sermon Sunday for a while, accompanied by Julius Baker, a farm highly of tho work done by it. Ho as he expects .to visit his parents in hand, attempted to enter Springer's says about 20 or 30 young ministers Canada. Our trood und faithful friend, James at Dallas, Tex., through a from that college will hold a confer- Ray, who hus been agent on tho Q. & In the middle of tho night. ence meeting at Stanford just after C. hero for 13 years, will leave "Wed- window Springer shot and killed Baker and their commencement, to embrace the to take tho otllce at Junction Inesday Our loss will be their gain. 1 5th Sunday In this month. Wright shot Springer. News Briefly Told I 1 FOR SALE 1 HON. R. C. VARREN Is n candidate for Judge of tho LI lire u County Court, Htibject to thu action of the doinoo'rntlc party. Dwelling IIdiim) mi Dativlllo Street, Stanford, Ky., containing Nlnu ltonius and Collar; wlt'li all outbuilding's wanted. t'Utern and two llwlruiitx. The aliovo property Is In tho beHt"ri'Milr. Call on 'J .1. II. 1IICU1INS. Stamouii. Kv. J. JE. LYNN 200-)X)ti- t J.T.Jones, Tim M Irtli OllDIl nniMMii V I k i I Is a candidate for justice of the peace of this magisterial district, subject to the action of tho deinocuitlc p.uty. mnu nrnni'f III L' I'll V lUUi1 W. L. DAWSON Is a candidate for Conntv Judge, subject to thu action of the democratic committee. STANFORD, KV., Nt two-year-o- ld Solo proprietor of Dean'a Hlark Mainnml ItiMit Paint. Intimate jtirnUlnsl fur painting iiMil, 11 metal and Inin nxf. Satisfaction iiti.imtititM All roof pjlntol with IVan's lllack Olamoml l'alnt Cittern 1'uiiim Is a candidate for ltoprccutntlo of Linwarranted for rears. Dealer In mill Midrnnlrol iron I'llteni. (ia!nnUedaml lllirk coln count , subject to tho action of thu f Iron lloofliitfof nil kliiili. democratic party. O. A. AUG II 'Jl-t- DUROC HOGS Tiioitoruiiimi:D ! Y HON. IIARVJEV IIEXDI Tho tnivjt pro-llhof nil Weeds, attain tho greatest weight, fatten .....ii.. .. of Lincoln county, KWWllw..v JlWPni?rCi I Ion rs ivndv for Is a candidate for service, (lilts and mihm already lircd. lj;s subject to the notion of tlio democrucv. of either ex, notnklii. Que.tlout and iimmptlv answered. 91. J. H. k H. J. McBOBERTS, Stanford. Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, subject to tho action of the democratic Is n candidate for County Attorney, subject to democratic act Ion, JUDGE T. I.. SIIEITON hi-rll- F. NORTH two-year-ol- J. T. 111 STJTTOHT, - Undortnlcor, Kentucky Ck M opl of Went t.lnwln Kull MikW of (.ulUiitaiid Hustonvillo. Offer mid Casey J. II. PAXTON Is u candidate for Conntv Attorney of Lincoln, subject to the action of tlio democratic two-year-o- ld rUalwayiiou hand l. fc. Ca rpvnter. Manar uiniillw oerrlrei to tho party. J. T. JONES Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the democratic action 21-ac- FIRE INSURANCE. GEO. Is a randldftto for . ct IIEHORO lou to tho ofllco of FHHNIX Insurance Company, OF BROOKLYN. Jailer of Lincoln, subject to thu action ot the democratic part. JUDGE M. C. SAUFLEY Is a cniidlilntti for the nomination forCltcull Judge of tbU district, stlbjeel to tlio action of the democrat U jwrtj. h. three-year-ol- Caledonian Co., : Insurance J. S. OWSLEY, JR., or Scollnud. Is a candidate for the nomination for Com moiiNvrultli Attorney of this district, Mil). Ject to the action of the democratic jKirty KOUNHI5D lHOr.. GARLAND SINGLETON of Lincoln R.B.MAHONY.Agt., 0 STASroKD. KV. txratlc (tarty. li iMiiillil.tcfnr.Stii.rfnidi.lpiit of Public Shuoli onititr, mt.Jtvt lotliciKliuiiotlheDriu Har-rodsbu- rg Joux. Castleman. A.l l.M'-l J. F. llOLDAM -a oithllilate for iJnooln county, to tlinactlou of Ilia dniiMHIIc patty. Follow-My-Love- r, iirof tub-ec- l INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. SAMUEL M. OWENS I a to the act Ion of the eandld(a for .lirrltl ol Lincoln county, ulJect ilin. ntlk pMy. EMMETT Mc COR.HACK BfflBEB & CaSTLEMffl. l Jrrt MASAOr.lth, uprt ciinlliUtc for of Lincoln county, .uh. tu llie action of the democratic urty. Your Ii earnestly KtlUllt-- l. Avsr l.'3-oun- d Commerce Building, Louisville. Agenlt Throughout the fouth. U M. F. ELKIN Ciinlldile tir Assessor of Uncoln nmnly, tub rct to the ct Ion of the deuiucntlc artT W. A. TRIBB1.X. txK-a-l 220-jou- AkM. 37tf JOE T. EMBRY of Uncoln rtiuuty, tub Jrtt to the action of the deiuocriitlc party anJ Ii randldito for Akscuor Stanford. ...-- - - KENTUCKY. earnestly J, B. HIGGINS, DCALKIt IN al your lupport. C. G. BAKER Tot-tenvil- le. Ii a candidate, for Assessor of Lincoln county, iuu- leel lo the action ol the democratic party Ink. Hit theMiulhern etidof themuniyU rulltlcdtoa lira of the pie, he uki your upurt WILLIAM MORELAND Farm Wagons, Pleas- It a candidate for AeMorol Lincoln, .uhjecl to Ilia action of the democratic aily lie kindly aaki your iii)it. ure Vehicles, ) Ex-Chi- ef Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e SAM Wf. MF.NEFEE a candidate for SherltT of Uncoln county, Jcct lo the action of the democratic party. ! tub. Fertilizers and Coal. Stanford, Kentuckj. DINK FARMER the ac- Goods Warranted as Itereetited. Oillre on Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to lion of the democratic part Main street opposite Klmoru's Store. - J I. TOTTKX. Sa i.ijiMAN. E. J. TAN NEK o court-hous- e, 0. I o Money to loan on Improved city pnerty or forms In Staiilonl and Lincoln county a Viiniially AN I wli 111 per rout. luyaMe furnish lioinla hr puMic or eoi)rutlon uiDrlalit U III M, Mil MADE. M, Is a candidate for Irctilt I lerk. subject to the will of the democratic part GEO. It. COOPER Is u court-hous- e. l.xerutors, AdinliiiMratoranr (liianllaiisat rram-- -i a ... turiiii, fur fi.iir of ilit liml lire Ini.i .... niranre CompanU- - iloliiK tuialm-- in Ktnlucky an;l holder In Muiiuml. (Kjllclt iitroii.irfnif pmis-rthero lUtes .uneus other wiiiwnlrs doing lnulnwu Agt. l.l..Ci; K. VAKMJN, cratic part). candidate for Clerk of the Lincoln C'ouu-- t Court, subject to tho action of thu demo- Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OKSTAXrOUP, KV. at D0RS6YG0LDDUST No. .'.or.'. I'rodueerof eoinhlnod and Katerii hor-e- i, that Mill for tfood price, will make, tho apreslivent ceusoii at Tk.n Ooi.i.aii!4 to Insure Insure, ing colt. ANo Jack, ltoscoo, ut $.1 to I'. ItKlO. a living colt. Golddust hns produced a N. II. Dor-o-v Class of eomhined liori.es that attract Imy-u- rs and bring good prices, regardless of guiles. . Paid up Capital, Surplus. $200,000100 17,603 80 two-year-o- ld l,2.')0-poun- d two-year-ol- ds Kingsville. H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and .Look Smith. STANrOIll), KY. t Ily prorlilon of lt charter, deosltor are a fully pmtecleil as aro ileMHltora In National Ilank, III iliareholdeni IsrliiK held ludlvhbially llahlatu the extent of the amount of their dock therein at the pjr T.iltio thereof, In addition lo the amount In im.li ihurc It may ail as Iru.tw. Ac, an fully as an Individual. Tendering our thank, to tliinv who haruentrutt-c- d their bintlnest to us. wo tru.l they will continue to do to, and we oiler a a Kuarantee for prompt attention lo same our 20 years' eiiwrlcnco In hank- luRand as lllieral accouimodatlous aaare conildcnt with sound banking, en-culo- OIIECTORs. UplioUterliitfupeclilty. All kinds of rep drloK dono Sttliftctlou gmr.peed reoall rttet J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; V. It. Cuiuuilns, rrcachcrsTllle: J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, S. II. Shanks, William Hooch, 8. J. Liuhry, J, K. Cash, A. W. Carientcr; J. L. I. im, J. X. Mvnefec. S. II. Shanks. l'reoMelitj J. II. Owsley, Cadderj ornciFS. ol D. S. CARPENTER, W. M. Bright, Hustonvllle, anylJody Plow: The Oilier Chilled, Vulcan, Silver Steel und Chuttauootfa and poliitu of all kind.. Culthatont and Ooulilo Shorels, all Malta make, the IhwI In tho world. Farmers, call In and get any thing you want from a buggy down. I). S. CAUl'bXTLU. Itcspectfully, Will carry a larger Mock of Furniture of all kludj till, year thun ever lieforuand will sell cheaper than Teller fl PIANOS AND ORGANS, Docker Ilros'. Pianos, Ilalucs Bros'. Pianos, Ellington Pianos, I). II. llaldwlu Pianos, I'lscliur Pianos, Ac. Estey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Makes. t'eo my Good, and Get Mv Prices Ileforu you 10 W. T. WIUT-SIluy. Crab Orchard. re-Ior- ts o Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, x l'ror . Lancaster, Kentucky. lirst-cluh- CANDY KITCHEN. I can now Hupply tho people with Fresh bed-roo- m Candy of many varieties excel-- ,, Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd lency every day. I am and miporlor myself tnnklng It PorteiB and guarantee Malefaction. Give mo a table. Everything cull. 89 J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford. m:et all truinH. . M.I.H ft.r sjMhwaiw4framtMti yji'iCVdi m a.r.,1. VsaaswwsaiUi UbJt- - ' s .uniir . mi. 'nii . .p.. .. am int'i .ynwii aWSwsSwt.ifi i wWiipi iW.m. ,isi1Mft"i.hi'M .rfttr."'" fi ...ill . is ft itf II f. f 4l n . .I wlfcM, -- a. - '-- , t' ff- -