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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897060101 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. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. LANCASTER Mort Itothwull wont to LouUvlllu Friday nltflit nntl will ,' from tlioro to tho convention at Frankfort on .1. Wwl-nosduy. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE DOUBLE SPRINGS. 1. 1891 NO. 2T OKCOHATION DAY DKAtt'S 1200 TO I'KOI't.K TO A TIMIMlONOItKD l,f00 ClIL'llt'H. hands I bolonj;ln: to West A-- Klmmlrd neartlio lent in tho cold grave, while the roof public bquaro for I00. It U U00 feet j still has tho wooden pins that follow deep with a front of f0 feet and they ed gimlet holes to their present poi-tio- n will build a hall and an opera honoo. think of it, 7S years ago. In A handsotnu National tluj,' was unfurled Southern Lincoln there are hundreds of on Saturday on top of tho electric litfht IHioplo that tenderly love Old Double Hlo In Central Park. Tho patriotic S'prings church. Within its walls maaro enthiitfhutlo over it and the bril- ny hundreds, may bo thousands, have been made to seo tho urror of their way liant achievement HtiKjutitod by Its remind an of tho object for through tho foolishness of preaching which It wan designed and tho alle- and been made to rejoice by llnding giance duo by every citizen to a com- Him who taketh away the sins of sinners. mon jjovernmcnt. t Within the shadow, almost, of this In accordance with the provisions law, J. A. Doty, pres- church the interesting services and certhe new ident of the Richmond turnpike, made emonies were conducted Sunday that 'allldavlt before Jtuljjo HuruMdo on Fri- drew an assembly estimated at 1,200 to day that ho had reasonable .grounds to l.tVX). At o'clock the Masons metal hcliuvu that the double gate, which had Maonie Hall, in New Wayncsburg, been destroyed and which he had re- marched to Old Wayncsburg Cemetery e distant, decorated graves of placed, would lw again dent royed. Tho a judge ordered ShorllT T. H. Hoblnxon deceased brothers, thence to Double to MUinmon six men and put them on Springs Cemetery, of a similar disduty at once. Tho men summoned as tance, where (lowers were also In rich guards are: John Doty, K. O. Doty. J. profusion strewn upon tho graves of L. ICngleman, J. W. Walker, J. W. tho-- o who had joined the silent throng Francis and S. M. Davis, tho former beyond the mystic river of death. In So we have law on one the latter city of the dead sleeps the hide and anarchy on the other waiting llrst Worshipful Master of Wayncsburg to see the rotult. This is tho first pro- Masonic lodge, J. W. Grlllln, the tombceeding under the new law and tho au- stone of whom tells that bodied in thorities will summon as many men as lSTil. At his grave tho remarks of tho law iterinits, and, If necessary, Kev. W. It. Davidson, master of cerebankrupt the county in order to main- monies, were jocularly touching. The decoration ceremonies through tain the dignity of the law. It Is believed that the gates which havo been with, the great throng swayed to the and guards shakers' stand In the beautiful woodabandoned will 1m placed over them, as In the ca-- e men- land near the church, where scats to tioned. This seems to Ihj the ptojicr accommodate only about 500 hud been course to pursue until the question of arranged, and hence several hundred had to sit on tho ground and let their Issuing bonds is settled In November. on Satur- logs hung over. Kev. A. J. Pike, of The democratic convention day was presided over by George T. Brodhcad, who wai to havo delivered Farris and Letcher Owsley was made an address On Masonry, was not pressecretary. Capt. I. M. Dunn, J. M. ent. Kev. W. K. Davidson brlelly spoke Farra, Dave Uoss, T. H. Koblnson, C of the oldest of Orders, stating that he II. Swlnobrond and J. M. Denny were never knew how proud ho was of being apH)luted a committee on resolutions. a Mason until he had visited the MaDuring their abnonco Letcher Owsley sonic Widows and Orphans Home at made an enthusiastic speech. A fair Louisville. In a sccch of about 20 crowd was in attendance and their earn- minutes ho suited some beautiful truths H)rtaining to Masonry, as did Kev. Ira estness Indicated that they are not vanfray. Partln, of Preachersvillc, and Kev. Dr. quished but ready for another They roatllrmcd allegiance to tho prin- J. Wendell Blackburn, of Monticello. ciples of tho democratic party as enun- Tho great crowd seemed to catch every ciated In the Chicago platform of 1MM, word of each speaker and wero appaand instructed tho delegates to the rently regretful that each speech on Frankfort convention to vote as a unit so excellent a subject was not prolonged. for our worthy townsman, W. II. MaTho dinner on the grounds was superson, for the nomination for tho olllce of abundant. It was no "close communclerk of tho court of appeals. The ion'' business, but bread was broken delegates are Win. Hurton, Jr., I. M. together, regardless of age, sex, preDunn, G. T. Farris, T. E. Adams, T. H. vious or present condition, and If any Koblnson and Iko Arnold, and alter- man, woman or child went homo hunnates H. II. Toinllnson. J. K. Koblnson, gry 'twas because he or she was too J. W. Miller, Letcher Owsley, J. Mort bashful to accept what was handed to Kothwell and W. I. Williams. Chairher or him. man Farris offered a strong resolution After dinner the old folks' meeting Dispatch, Louisville endorsing the was held, and the "Old Time Kellgion" which was unanimously adopted. d sung by grandmothers and A largo crowd was In town Sunday grandfathers in a manner characterisand many graves In our beautiful cem- tic of tho long ago, when moral worth etery wero made so many altars uKn was held higher than royal blood. Kev. which beautiful llowers were profusely Hack Taylor, of Somerset, preached spread, the delicious odor of which as- the sermon for the old folks, and as lie cended as sweet Incense, manifesting is in the 70s, he stated at the outset tho undying love and affection so ten- that It would, probably be his hist serderly held for departed friends, rela- mon to that people, whom he loves. As tives, brothers and comrades. Sweet he warmed up to his subject and feelutralns of music, dispensed by the Lan- ingly referred to his pastorate at this caster Concert Hand, blending with old church some 20 years a;o, many sweet odors, made the occasion feebly handkerchiefs became visible and good typical of tho happy abode which old Christian women and men shed awaits thoso who faint not In tears of joy, the commingling being Tho annual address, delivered by touching in the extreme. When finalMr. G. H. Swlncbroad, was eminently ly tho good old preacher requested that appropriate, replete with oratory of tho "Am I a Soldlerof the Cross ?" bo sung highest type, and would have done and the hand of brotherly love extendcredit to many who aro far advanced in ed, all sought his friendly grasp and a years. Tho ceremonies of tho Knights general g followed, during o and their of Pythias at tho which tears trickled down tho wrinkmarch to the cemetery wero very im- led faces as freely as I ever saw them at pressive. Tho lloral designs wero ho a gathering of Christian people. elegantly and artistically prepared that Kev. Dr. Blackburn then preached an attempt at description would prove a sermon about 20 minutes in length to be futile. In these memorial servi- from the subject "Just a Little While" ced wo llnd tho strongest proof of an which was indeed a practical ono and beyond tho existence and a which I am suro every ono will rememconfines of time. The desire for a re- ber who heard it. Ho was born in union will certainly bo satisfied, or else Kichmond, Vu., sufficiently long ago God would bo as a capricious mortal In to bo In possession of silvery locks and giving us a hope which could not be has almost traveled the wide world realized. Appropriate remarks wero o'er. Ho says something, as tho say made by Elder George Gowen at tho ing goes, overy tlmo ho opens his grave of Gen. W. J. Land rum and by mouth and Is entertaining in tho highL. L. Walker at graves of departed est degreo. Ho is a llrst cousin of tho knights. Illustrious Jo C. S. Hlaekburn. b Tho music of tho occasion was splenfreight train ran down a passenA On tho stand wero tho oholr and in- did. ger train, killing niuo pcoplo and Salt Lako organ und tho good songs that were juring many others, near made to so melodiously ring must be City. anti-mob 11 half-milgate-keepe- r. gray-hairewell-doinhand-shakincourt-housrc-unl- In the southern portion of Lincoln tho was located 78 C'apt. W.J. Kintmird. years ago Old Double MumifiietiirorV Hunk at Mlddlo.-dioro- , Springs church. In 181U Mi. J. L. wan lioro last woek vlmtliij,' rolutlvun Gooch, grandfather of Hon. L. G. anil frioudtt. Gooch, gave four acres of ground upon Invitations aro out for tho man-lap- ) which a house of worship was to be of Hoinor (J. Price, who was ralhiul erected, the building, of course, to ochero, now mall mosisijiijror from Louis- cupy only a limited portion of tho area. ville to Knowiilu, on Juno 10, to Mies The structure then erected, after the Komi Alice IJiium, a popular .vounjf la- manner of Solomon's Temple, nolsoloss- -' dy of tho last named city. ly, standrt there with the same The Ivnitthtu of Pythias havo pur- old Mooring, pinned down chased the lot on Loxlnjiton Avenue i by wooden pegs made by now si-to-da- y, plished musician, daughter of Mr. Steven Gooch, was the organist, while Mr. George F. Thompson lead tho singing. Tho three beautiful daughters of Mr. E. 13. Caldwell, Jr., sang two songs as a trio, which only has to be heard to be appreciated. Each of them is peculiarly gifted in the incomparable accomplishment of song, or art divine, while at the same time they are pictures of health and loveliness. He must be very proud of them, as well us of his boys. Among the hospitable people of Southern Lincoln, Ilro. Caldwell stands in tho front row. He is what the pcoplo designate a practical Christian and Is very popular as a necessary consequence. He Is Master of tiie Wayncsburg Masonic lodge. In reverting to the old church I will state thut the llrst pastor there, "6 years ago, was Kev. Stephen Colyer. The membership now numbers .'$02 and Kev. W. K. Davidson is pastor. The new church at Now Wayncsburg is now the place of worship, but the old building should be allowed to stand unmolested for the good it has done. At the old folks' meeting I noticed closest to the stand the grav hairs of Messrs. Jonathan Aker, Henderson Young, Ellison Padgett, Marshal Morgan, L. F. Reynolds, Willis Padgett, D. O. Gooch, Logan and Green Reynolds. Clark Reynolds, Mesdamcs Ermine Padgett, Aaron Singleton, N. S. Reynolds, Isaac Hubble, Hardin Singleton, and many others. Every portion of the county was represented and a blind man couldn't have helped seeing just lots of pretty girls. Among the handsome ladies from Klngsvillo I noticed Mrs. J. M. who Is one of tho most inaguil'-ccspecimens of womanhood I over saw. Mr. Hud Reynolds, deputy sheriff, and tlic excellent Waynosburg correspondent of thle paper, was making himself generally useful the whole day through, not in keeping order, for better never prevailed, but in extending courtesies in the lavish manner characteristic of him and tho name of Reynolds. There are in Double Springs church section about 150 Goodies und fully that many Padgetts. Among the graves in New Wayneb-dur- g Cemetery arc those of Littleton Salliers, who fought in tho revolutionary war; Win. Stringer in tho war with Mexico, and George Williams, in the war of 1312. The latter was the father of Mr. Reuben Williams. Taken as a whole, the day was one of the biggest. In tho history of Southern Lincoln. Tho drive of nearly 40 miles the round trip thither was through scenery surpassingly beautiful. Tho hills and dales, covered with wild flowers, present a variegated hue, while -Mt-Cart- MATRIMONIAL. Mr. Christopher Cheiiuult and Miss Nancy Mobcrly Hume, of Madison, were married last week. Frank Farmer, aged 17. and Miss Lola Wait, l.'l, eloped from Peru, Ind., to lndlanaiolirt and wore married. E. M. Mix, aged OS, despondent over the loss of Jiis wife, laid on her grave and swallowed enough morphine to kill him. John L. Davis, a moonshiner, who has six living wives and .'HI children, was sentenced to months' imprisonment at Raleigh, N. C, for violating the laws. Tho Louisville Times heads off the home papers of the young lady by publishing the following: Miss Ellen Owsley, of Lancaster, one of the most beautiful girls In the State, is in the city as the guest of Miss Chastlne McGregor. Miss Owsley is hero for the purpose of selecting her trousseau, as she will be married in June to Mr. Will R. Cook, of Lancaster. Miss Owsley is widely known throughout tho State and has represented Kentucky on various occasions In other States. Sho is a member of a most distinguished family and is a lovely young woman. Mr. Cook is a popular young man and iu every way worthy of so charming a woman. Miss Owsley returned from Louisville Saturday, accompanied by Miss Mary Robertson, of Elizabethtown. The marriage is llxcd for Juno 10. 1 1 METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, SIDING, CL A. C. SINE, CEILING, STANFORD, KT. NTOTsRX O N. FINISH. Farm and Yapd.Fence. 1 f 3000000 a e 0 0 a .s ffl DH BE 0 0 0 0 ffl a ffl a Attracting a Crowd With Our Special Values In Men's RELIGIOUS. The Winchester Presbyterian meetclo-c- d with 14 additions. The Southern Presbyterian Gent nil Assembly adjourned to meet next year at New Orleans. The State Sunday school convention for Kentucky, will meet at Harrods-bur- g June 22, for three days' session. The llrst Mormon church erected in Kentucky will be dedicated in June. It is on the dividing line between Green ing and Metcalfe counties. In Santa Rosa, Cal., there Is a Bap- y, nt Fine Suits At Prices that Convince. ! Just loolc! Good All Wool Suits $7, $10, $12, $15. STRA W HA TS. ple of Lincoln. It was Impressed upon their minds by u graphic description at that time in the Intukioii Journal, of which Mr. F. J. Campbell was then editor. If Artist A. J. Earp, or some other good sort of a fellow, could put on canvas the picture now presented from tho summit of Halls Gap, with tho miniature mountains on either side and Stanford, Lancaster and Danville in tite background, everybody In this and adjoining county would want one. It would be a magniliceut ornament In any household. That Baptist Hock toward water like ducks, was practically demonstrated iu tho way they gathered around the sparkling, cool, crystal waters of Double Springs all tho day long Sunday. One of the "talkingost" women in the world Is Mrs. Isaac Hubble, mother-in-law of Mr. E. B. Caldwell, Jr. I presume the fact could oe easily established that sho talks in her sleep I know she never halts a minute while awake. It is refreshing to be iu her pre&once. She makes tho most of life and seems happy as tho birds of the birds entranced tho listening air. As wo passed by the famous Halls Gap, down the steep cliff of which Larken Edge, tho "Flower of tho Yearth," 4 horses and a stugefull of passengers tumbled 21 years ago, I recalled the incident and still wondered why nobody was hurled into eternity that dark night, though no one was hurt. Tills circumstance will bo res member by of the peomusic-throate- d three-fourth- Up to date and Prices Lower of the wood single redwood tree. Even the Than Ever. roof was made of the same tree, and Children's Suits. Xow is the time to get them cheap. there were 00,000 shingles left. Tho church seats 200 people. Commander Booth Tucker, of the Salvation army, has been convicted in New York of maintaining a disorderly Summer Coats and Yests. house. meetings were too Up to date. Guaranteed to wear and give much for the neighbors. The maximum line is ?.'j0O and imprisonment for Satisfaction. one year. Tho 17th annual meeting of the Ken"We can Save you Money. Call and be Convinced. tucky Christian Convention will be held at the Broadway Christian church Louisville, June Elder J. S. Kendrick, of Danville, is down for an address. The 14th annual convention L. FKOIIMAN & CO., Danville, Kentucky, of the W. B. M. will be held at same church Juno OSTGilcher Hotel Building. The Baptist Recorder is alarmed at the success of Mormon evangelists In this section and devotes a column or so to show that "They are no more Chris- Ml tians than are tho Mohammedans, whom In many respects ihcy resembl,e. They are practically polythelsts. They believe iu a supremo ruler, but they beOats and- lieve In the divinity of Maliomet,Joseph ! Smith. Brigham Young and others. The functions of these subordinate divinities cannot properly bo described in a religious paper. Let every legiti- W Always on Hand at mate effort be made to protect the people from being seduced by the enimis-saric- s 'v. of that church." tist church built entirely of a SUMMER UNDERWEAR. All-nig- ht SHOES. 2.1-2- o. J. 21-2- 2. 1 I Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, -- Feed of Every Sort Car-Loa- THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. d Mr. and Mrs. Garland Singleton had the prettiest baby on the grounds Sunday. Speaking of babies reminds mo that tho good people of the Double Springs section are especially obedient to tho Biblical injunction to replenish the earth. Babies wero abundant and tho soothing lullaby of an affectionate mother In many instances prevailed, while tho child Itself seemed to have a volco In tho matter. Remembering the expression of tho into Judge W. O. Hansford, during a heated political campaign, when in a speech no said that "democrats aro so thick in Lincoln that you cun shako any bush you will and many will fall out," I am persuaded to state, since Sunday's meanderings, that tho sumo expression can bo applied in reference to Masons the whole world over. Tho hospitable people of Southern Lincoln enjoy life, aro among tho best roverboratlng In the adjacent hills this great laud of ours produces und Tho action of that Western sheriff still politically or otherwise, and dells. Miss Eva Gooch, a striking- fur they should recelvo. what they ask who hanged himself shows what a conly haudsomo young lady and an accom Joe F. Waters. firmed hublt will bring u man to. air. The editor of tho Mercury is .10 years old and ho has seen enough of this world to make a good sized history. Ho lias served IS years In tho Kentucky Legislature and gone through a civil war, suffered defeat many times and won few victories: still ho has no grounds for complaint, but hopes to have lots of tho good tilings of this life yet. Wo wish ovory reader of the Mercury health, wealth and happiness, Is now the order of tho day and of course you will be engaged in it before long. You will need a the first and last of which we havo had in abundance, while wo have never sought after the second. G. R. Keller In Carlisle Mercury. Le&s than 100 years ago Spain wns s of tho owner of more than And Several NICE RUGS. I havo them. Prices Low as Anybody's. the territory of tho United States, all of the West India islands and nearly all of South America but sho soon wont own any of It. The mayor of Oakman, Alu., was shot to death. A clerk in his store was fatally wounded, a customer was seriWILLIAM HELTON, President. ously injured and a drunken fellow who caused the trouble was himself Tho Second Session of 1890-9to-da- y, '2 I J. Orders nt Spocial Prices. H. BAUCHMAN A ..CO. I Spring Cleaning STRAW MATTING H. J. McROBERTS. f 7 two-third- STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. JANUARY 26TH, killed. ON MONDAY, 1897. George Sage, a nephew of Russell For full iniormation about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New e Sage, the millionaire, died in the Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady 'Principal, Stanford, Ky. at Joliet, III. Ho wrote several letters to his undo asking assistance, but uono of them wore answered. An ice war at Georgetown has reduced tho price to 10 cents per 100 pounds, but at a time when nobody cares especially to get any further frozen than he is. Thomas Sinclair, the convict witness IsJ Receiving his- in the prison lumber thefts, who escaped from tho Frankfort penltootlary recently, has been captured at Cincinu-tl- . OPENED poor-hous- Cata-logu- o. H. C. RUPLEY, it-i- s THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. . .- -- V T K -- ., . ".. TTT Jjijwt?f ".i,'" ''ft .rj- -' t? t. I i Sl'EAKi'.K IK If K 'V h a motion to take up the Cuban bellig- 11P.AUTIFUM.Y OHSEKVr.D MY MEXICAN' erency bill and an appeal was taken. FEDEUAL AND CONKKURKATP. Dlnglcy moved to table the appeal and virrr.it.NS. in short order, thereby 42 was derailed near FliKUUlT Memorial Day was observed hero 1S97 it was carried Ky., June i. Stanford. showing that the Driver Reed hn9 his of yesterday, as Is Science Hill on the Q. & C. Engineer Saturday, instead wild horses well in hand. It is wonderGavin was fatally hurt and Brakeman pi ovlded when tho regular day occurs ful how tamely the republicans submit A largo number besides Forl had his collar bono broken. W. P. WALTON. on Sunday. tn tlm mn':ikir's tvranv. but therein old soldiers of the Mexican, Feder Complaint Is being made by lot Unices we know wo are offering you values fur below any Hum; on tho in irket Our of that the the success lies the al and Confederate armies, were In the owners In Buffalo Cemetery of flowers prices always to tno TIC TICKET. stem competition and a e.iruful examination will prove to you tho part v. The members surrender IJJiMOCllA procession to the Cemetery, which was btdnir taken, and tills little notice is in' trnln of our statement. Wv are always of a man in whom they have dictation preceded by the Stanford Brass Band, tho nature of a warning. A hint to For Circuit Jwhje, M C. .S.I VFLEY. The democrats do not, OWSLEY, Jr confidence. Cum'lth Attorney, J. " and which did itself proud in in the tho wise should be sulllciont. each individual member believing him" llepretcntathv, - Jf. '. XOHTU. music it rendered. Tho lino was formself a born leader and consequently will LYXX. e and ex" C)hijV ((?, ed in front of the News Briefly Told GKO. J?- COOi'TA' not follow when others lead. aunty Cto. tended almost from town to the CemeIt has been decided that the law re " County Attorney, IfA liVFY HELM. Of our goods toQiia'ity and Price of any limiMMii the country. Wo fust call your As predicted, Commissioner Evans tery. Arriving there, Prof. T. M. Clerk, J. F. IIOLDAM. who was master of cere- pealing prohibition tn South Dakota is Circuit recommends the revocation of Presi- Goodknight, attention to our legal. SAML M. OW1LXS SheriiT, dent Cleveland's order consolidating monies, spoke brielly and IntroducWilliam T. Powers and John Latti- QEO. N. DEUOlll). tho pension otllces and dispensing with ed Col. T. P. Hill as tho orator of tho Jailer, C. G. JiAKEIi. more, both colored, were hanged at the one at Louisville, and Melvinley rtiiv. He was in fine trim and voice JJ'Af. LAXDGHAF. Coroner, will doubtless do as ho is bid. There and as ho recounted the privations, the Chicago for murder. Tho anarchist who attempted to stab Snpt. School, GARLAND QISGLETOS are two reasons for not letting the or deeds of valor and tho victories oj the represented before him, King Humbert of Italy, was sentenced Most every piece received thisscasin mid you enn rest assured you are getting some der stand. It would save the govern three armies SatMOST of tho county conventions srroat deal of money and it ho fired tho hearts of his hearers and to tho galleys for life. thing new and stylish when you celcct It from our stock. Hrown and Hlacks are our mnta C Four more men were arrested In Rati Specialties this urday endorsed the Chicago platform would diminish the number of otlicesto made the old fellows glad that they 'rices from 3 pur suit up. &eiwn. and most of them instructed for one or bo filled by tho faithful. served their country bo faithfully and countv, charged with taking part In well. "Wars are fearful and costly un- the raid at Garner's toll gate. the other of the six candidates for apRev. Wm. Johns died In great agony Dn. IICKTEll will not be sent to Peru. dertakings, but the shaker declared though there are enough pellate clerk, votes and the candidates A great many cople, of whom we con- that they were worth all they cost, since at Chestertown, Md., after hiccough uninstructed are so well bunched as to leave the fess we are one of which, would like to they bought us freedom and independ- ing incessantly for two weeks. ml when you examine, the bottom on even and A. man at Kingston, J. ., threatens Is our price on SHOES,have you willare solid. Our ladles1 and OentlomonV question of the nomination very much see him sent to Hell espont, hades or ence and settled questions that could Thev the cheapest pair we in doubt. R. L. Greene, of Bracken, some other torrid place. only be done by tho sword. Ho re- to commit suicide because he believes instructed vote with 22 leads in the ferred feelingly to the peace and good he Is the ugliest man in the world. Hon. Whitelaw ltciu lias accepted POLITICS second instructions; S. J. lirstnnd44 will now prevailing, when men who Shackelford, of Daviess, has 191 first each other In deadly battle the post of special ambassador from tho Of the 7!7 acts passed by the N. Y. fought ami Hit second instructions; S. King Legislature, tho governor vetoed SCO. now met together to decorate the United States to tho queen s jubilee. In complete nml "they jay" you can always find juat what you want. Two ttiousand pcopio aro nomeiesw at Ford, of Montgomery, lotl tirst and 10 graves of comrades who fell on both V. II. Culton, of Jackson county, second; Gus W. Richardson, of Meade, has been appointed to a 1,200 clerk sides. This evidence of fraternal feel- El Paso, Tex., by reason of the flood In risIs 2."J first and 43 becondi W. 13. Mason, ing was being manifested all over tho tho Rio Grande. The river still ship in Auditor Stone's otllco. peo- ing. of Garrard, 104 first and ?G second, and Mayor T. M. Cardwell, rep., present country and is proof of a J. D. Watson, of Graves, 145 first and incumbent, was renominated for mayor ple, who stand shoulder to shoulder for Fitzslmmons has declinud for tho Is Complete. We have about 150 Pieces of I)re floods. Shepherd, I'laidp, Hlnck who present an offer of a $1.1,000 purse for a Scicillian, Illack and IJluc Henriettas, Figured, Ac , tochxe out at HALF 1'HICK. fS second. Mr. Mason received first of Harrodsburg Saturday by a majority the good of a common country and AustraLincoln, 8; IJoyle, .,; .. , Instructions in ,7 ,tnp- -. would fight no more except under tho fight with Joe Goddard, the ere In tho colo- lian. 4: Bell, H; Knox 4 Madison, same flag. Tho speech was Tom Howard, a Columbus, O., conastkv4r c irj , 11, j 0; Garrard, 0: nel's happiest vein and was enjoyed by Jessamine : Oldham, - Shdbj M which gave It the clos vict, cut his throat with a spoon he had The Tariff will mkiii Iki put on all CurpcN and Matting, ho It is beit lo buy now dicm, mttoagQi otc.f u tho largo crowd, t0 (h.aher beaten out and sharoned for the jnir- - while you have a chance at the low tarill price. Look at the 'J5 Now Pieces we just others. He has second instructions m to tho tun. her husband's successor est attention. 20; total, 20. received lat Saturday. G Wayne, Henderson, Rev.R. R. Noel, himself a gallant lioso. ? .... David Alger, of Muncle, .Ind., com-an- d prayer 1.O0 votes it will bo there are offered a feeling T..,. Af u... , I' ..I.,.-- .- UKf (b mntni.it i nnv -c "OOOll I . .. TYnal,--J uuuu m. Confederate, the benediction, after muted suicide when he heard that his 1WI ! IIIII Illl.' 111 pronounced vvmhvj Jl !... -, kJaUllU till .Ul 11 Call and see them. A hands Jino llronzc Clock with Kvcry lJ5 purchase candidate has. It will oe a iierco urn- the Xovenibcr election, by a good ma- - which the old soldiers, assisted by sister was an inmate of a hoitso of ill- u. V, tle for supremacy and as Gov. James decorated tho graves of repute, ' jority, no matter who may be his oppo- - fair hands, . utz. of New Castle, Pa.. McCreary will manage the n,tht lor their comrades, who nent. Harrodsburg Sayings. . 8,10t hor MlM M.,nl,,U L0ach' t( we have much hope that no T. Mr. Mason c, ' .;.. I.t. lnnn - 1..... I I.. Gov. Bradley has refused to approve "-death with a gun which she didn't will come out winner, tnougn thn nnn. iVnd have lougnt men- iua. April pay roll o tie No sound can awake them to glory know was loaded. testseems to lie be ween Green and warden and employes at the Lddyv lie A. UltHANSKY & CO, Phohiiku km. again. The cigarette habit caused Henry Shackelford, with tho chances in favor j penitentiary because it exceeds the ,., ,..;iin.J T. I). KANKY, Manaokii. mL i rm The Federal soldiers who marched in Hogan, of Columbus, Miss., who was rT r wti rinmnn uiiiim limit by a considerable amount. the parade wero Thomas Oaks, Larkcn attending a business collego nt Nash- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawreiicehurg, Cynttiinnn, Vcrsaillo,' Emisemble at Frankfort Speaking of the resolution appropri- Yanhook, J. T. O'Hair, W. n. Parsons, ville, to commit Biilelde. nence, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown, Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. ating 300 to ministers Gov. Bradley Peter Straub, Sr., J. R. Alford, Wm. Bank Wrecker John F. Johnson was of Judge Gudgell, of t ON application says the redemption of any member of Granville Ha- sentenced at Indlnnaiolis to 10 years' Bath, Gov. Bradley sent the Lexington the Kentucky Legislature "would de- Long, James Stapleton, Brackett, S. D. Van Pelt, J. Imprisonment. His crime was discovOwings-vlll- e ley, John company of State Guards to stroy tho whole plan of 6alvatlpn." F. Mills, J". W. Adams, Sidney Dunbar, ered less than 10 days ago. to preserve order at the examinAt the primary in Boyle Saturday f Foley, G. W. The Wall Paper Trust has won a suit ing trial of turnpike raiders ahd pre- this democratic ticket of good men was A. D. Root, Frank James Farmer, t.rT4 f4t In New York before the United States vent the burning of the town, as had selected: Judge, W. H. Prowltt; Clck, Goodrich, H. C. Rupley, m Zf, A tl,,.nitnnnil Joseph Ballon, David Cloyd, Thomas circuit court of appeals Involving tho it tlimcd OUt """ "tv" J. B. Nichols; Circuit Clerk. Will J. N. Grayson, Joseph Kidd, Joel Adams, Invalidity of $33,000,000 of Its stock. 1 there was no necessi.for the soldiers p y At. A peddler who was sending tho m bat out of the abundance of caution rfipiini- - iiiiiuiri. Tr..,i!.. Ja.o- - John Hansell, Isaao Stapleton, Andrew n.Tt :n.iui ii ii iiiiii' kT Moses'Bcrry, G. B. night at a widow's house near Clark 1j there Is safety and security from ila- w,nlen. Rutherford, s reiulytnUi'd Paint, White Ijnil. OIK Viirnlohe. Wotxl Stnlni nml fe The F. Rigney, Robert Barnett, A. vlllc, Tenn., killed two out of five burJ. "" dent. John W. Rawllngs; Jailer, P.M. less deed. Besides, there Kr is; Adam F. Rigney, W. R. glars who attempted to rob the house. 1 like the soldiery to overawe and fright- silver C. Carson, W. E. Grubta. free Si Booker Taylor, aged S, was Instantly deficrs. Kirk, Squire John Ellis, Wm. Terry, and other la en anarchists dda for m iatrate in the dty Joo Carson, Isaao Elliott, J. W. Brum-raet- killed with an old muskot by Walter One wounded rader.waived examlna. n nominated by a big K D. C. Good, Thomas Smith, Geo. Morris, just lo, at Paducah. Morris ri' and was held to circuit court in ' r: (V claims that the killing was accidental. Patton. SA600 and tho bail of Johnson, the vQtM 5t Prices lower than ever before, on the miiiio otrlctly jiute gtHMln gallant old Confederates wero fixed at the same. The & our color card. w leader, was also fH democratic strength as The follows: T. L. SheltOL, G. W. other men captured since were to haio MT. VERNON, & rejolcing. T. M. Goodknight, Capt. Thos. -, U1UII UAOUllllUHUlia i T. J. Cress has withdrawn his appliRichards, H. Pendleton, M.J. Brough, m K Gudgell continues to demonstrate that j VICINITY NEWS. :; place J. A. Givens, Cam cation for the public school ut.Mt. VerGeo. P. Bright, mtCGGIST, STANFOHI). KY. vx he is the right man in the right v4: F. non on account of personal reasons and "T Kf. and with a sheriff to back him who is Mrs Sarah Tharp, aged V, died in Duncan, Geo. S. Carpenter, John - - t.'At.' - l.' - !.'.T..' ".n ,..ii, ... .ii.''..i-i'r-- J to avoid making lasting enemies of Cash, J. C. Hays. jealous of his oath, he will give the iU(nSon. ?swx&wrMWK Of the hundred men who went to tho personal friends. He hoes that the raiders such a check that it will be D A Curd, an old Federal soldier, T.vli.!iii wnr from Stanford, only ilvo matter may be adjusted peaceably and felt to the remotest county In which aiea nt junction City. SEE OUH- . ,V.,il r Irtntli lit, Itl'nril TlPkfc.lnt. J. T. . UniTlS, J. I. satisfactorily all around now, as he is . f ... 11.X ir.wv'. ... tt..l. they have sympathizers. IIIIII. ... IIIUMM Bosley, Wm. Burton, J. B. Dickinson out. There are many rumors of an out- a log near Mlddlcburg. Miss Ida May Adams and Mr. Edgar - und Reuben Williams. None of them but, they will not break by tho raiders, Cyrus M. Newell, a prominent Pulasof having their heads shot klan, died at Somerset last. are under 70 and Mr. Dickinson Is 82. Albright received their diplomas at run tho risk Wednesday from Rev. L. off. Out of abundance of caution, howJerry Scroggs was killed by falling Messrs. S. D. Van Pelt and F. M. the Institute who has labored so faithHarlan Post, M. Scroggs, Mills, of the Wellington ever, the troops may remain several out of a tree In Casey county. StC. fully here during the past year. A days. At Harrodsburg Saturday, the homo 173 Danville, were present. large number of our citizens attended Cupt. George II. McKInney was chief elub did un tne Soinoi'rieL toum 1S to Best and Lnrgest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. We have no admiration . for men of sword of Capt. the exercises. The operetta by the . i n ii SLrnot iiuiiL ul . i- i rwiuiimuiiu qhui commander and with the . t niv i vnnnrnti mill nimiiirn nuin iiiil ii'a uldue.!Chlimbertifutalli'stubbe(1Luj?encJohn" W. F. McKInney, recovered a few children was well rendered. Little Miss ways give even tho devil his as Grandma," won son. vears nro. and In his G. A. R. uniform, Rlsso Williams, d South Carolinian Intro-- j The Centre College base ball team of looked decidedly soldierly and seemed encomiums, while little Misses Lolia i'h0 duced a resolution in the Senato Fri D.invillfi lost the first eramo In 12 to Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. May Lovoll and Bessie Sparks wero to be In his glory. Somebody remarkday for tho appointment of a special tho Springfield nine, 4 to 3. 'just too sweet." ed that if a call was made for men to committee to inquire into reports of Annie Donalson has been appointed go to Cuba, the captain would bo the Court continues In session this week. speculations by Senators in sugar postmaster at Grays, G. L. Teater at although he Is Tho juries aro turning tho prisoners first man to volunteer, stock and made a strong speech in sup- Pink, and H. II. Wood at Wildie. out with light punishment or none at past the alloted span of llfo. said that port of it, during which ho all. Society demands a stricter enThe magistrates of Knox county Elder Joseph Ballou's prayer In the forcement ol tho lawand less sentimenK the republican members of tho finance elected Ben B. Golden county judge to was a model of pacourt-rooare under the cloud of sus- succeed his father recently deceased. opening exercises commission Jurymen VA tality in the triotic and powerful petition to the picion of being in close touch with the He Is in his 20s. giver must not allow thelrjsympathles to bo Ruler of nations and the sugar magnates of New York and that played upon by tho oily tongues of at"Shady" Angel, of Laurel, for ' of tho manifold blessings that we enjoy. torneys. Judgo Morrow Is not to blame pecuniaall of the committee profited and Thomas Stevenson, charg Tho 'bus full of young ladies with for thU lax condition of affairs, but VA o at rily by its action. Senator Aldrich in- ed with breaking Into the whose beautj A ) I A A dignantly denied that the committee Somerset, were lodged In jail at rank "",...,.,full of flowers, r,...-- nf Hin!1 Pel-M- - ju'ics and bribed witnesses aro ... .... .. M ' W"S" I"1 ui our had consulted tho 'sugar trust or that fort by a deputy U. S. marshal. mlnlngtHo prospects of T s ;Zi ... ;rn7; f I . .whaturo ,..- -. it had bought or sold a share of sugar J. W. Ferree, a Pulaski farmer, wno imu. mum, iiiio.,.v.'A worth many country. Tho ministers of the gospel will bo stock. Of course a man who would do while attempting to cross tho railroad loveliness which should begin a crusade against crime dollars to Photographer Earp, If his and drunkenness. of it if pos- in front of a d train at such a thing would lie out semblance of It. sible, but he should be made to do so Science Hill, was run over und killed. camera caught even a There are buried in Buffalo CemeA CARD. under oath and then be indicted for Ho formerly resided near Blanehester, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Hridles, Ohio. tery soldiers of three wars: perjury. 1 desire to return my thanks .to the Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets. V hips, &c Tho Crescent Springs and Erlangor Of tho revolutionary: Adam Pence. Salmagundi Club of Mt.. Vernon for Tho court of appeals continues to Electric Street Railway Company, of Of the Mexican: T. L. Carter, T. T. Room Opposite Court- -I louse Square, Stanford, Ky ower Itself in public estimation by re- Ludlow, with a capital stock of $10,000, Davies, James Paxton, Harvey Holm Its complimentary but underserved mention of mo in your last issue. One versing Itself. Its latest performance have filed articles of Incorporation. and Tom Hughes was in the whisky tax cases, In which Among tho incorporators is J. Frank T. Al- - of tho deepest regrets at leaving my old Federal Ambrose Butt, John nomo was u o seyeru.g , my it holds now thattbo payment must bo Walton, lato of Danvllle- len, Col. 11. Monday, S. F. Worshara, paid to tho auditor and not to the slier, McKInney, James W. Car - , tlon with tho elub and !t excellent Tlio Q. & C. will run tho first of tho Cant W.F. i E. J. BltoWN. iff, as it hold before. As at present TT..M. members, . .uuiBuuu, r...n.wAr. constituted tho court is not much above circle excursions next Sunday from all ter, uraiivinu M. Hall. drlcks, John the average magistrate's court in in- points between Burnsido and High Pnnf.dirute: A. L. Hale, Col. NOTICE ! telligence and legal ability and is fast Bridge, where tho steamor Burnsido Henry Stephen Burch, losing the little respect people have will leave at 0:30 for Frankfort. Re- Whalen, ('rail Porter Crow, James Cash, iirtNt InOrcliiild now lint the Illicit tonsorlal Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected Htock of General tho country In turn via rail to Georgetown and over Baughman, Samuki. for It. Denny, Levi Hubble, Sumuel who handles tlui m'Umii-- and Merchandise and aro now prepared to Burn-sid- e A. K. tho Q. C. home. Train leaves II. Miller, Stephen S. rMT In extort style. Cull on lilm wlien ou THE Sultan of Turkey has notified at 0:10 a. M. Saturday, returning Matheny, Wm. u shave or stylish haircut. ? this government that ho objects to re- leaves Georgetown at (1:47 l M. Very Myers, Col. Thomas W. Napier, John want clean II. ceiving tho Angell sent as minister to low rates. O. Neal, John II. Shanks, Thomas suit to a wedding outfit. Any thing you want from an ovory-dathat .country. Ho doesn't like the SUMMEtt TOUHISTS. Low rate, Shanks. t Our stock of begin with nor his religion name to round trip tickets urc now on sale from Skidmohe. Welch Skldmore, tho which is Intensely hostile to tho All k'uanlluiiH, Administrators and Mich Queen & Crescent stations to Cumber- father of tho men of that who h.ivu not in a do u huttluinout with tho It is hardly probable thut land Falls, Rugby, Burnsido, Spring aged 00. Ho Lincoln County Court In tho lust two years yesterday, this country will consult tho Sultan on City and Lookout Mountain. Liberal mirno. died . mu Notions, Shoes, Ohinawarc, Glassware, Quconswaro, &c was never moro complete ..- -.. ,u, n, , It wants rutcs and limits. Ask your agent about leaves live sons and three daughters, i ,inii bottlo or they w III bo proceeded tho subject, especially since w! L. dawsoS. Morshon being one of nccording to inwl sorao excuse to go over there and whalo it. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass'r agt., Mrs. Granville ' 28 Judge Lincoln County Court. tho latter. Cincinnati, O. V. hades out of the heathens. Reed declined to submit DECORATION DAY THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TllE other churches will have noser-vice- s next Sunday morning on account of the' commencement sermon at tho Presbyterian church. WE AKE- - - Never Satisfied ! - court-hous- - OPEN ForCOMPARlSON AuM-tfor- , Nice, New Stock of Ootfiino. 1 STRUCK BOTTOM 11 FURNISHING STOCK ed Our Elegant Dre55 Qoods $tock .,.. ", Carpets And Mattings. THE LOUISVILLE : I 11 Li - I ,'., JIH-'u- ,.., v.-- v ( l.-l- the-oxcesl- ....'. "! STORE. rM&a Ih-s kn ," - '. Home and Farm Paint. Mc-Be- c, , t, I .. ma-tlo- Carriage Paint. ..:..ll..t.'l, j- De-Bor- d, jk..j. z W. B. MoROBERTS. 1 'l , V ,.., j -- . .1!1ITII1III-1I1,.I..1.L1- I Cultivators Wagos I3uggies; CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, - r-- i Nii-iii- " one-aye- PR! CBS LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAREN A SOV. I i! moon-shlnlni- r. post-ofllc- j T u south-boun- Practical Trimmer, Emtaalmer and Funeral Director. 1 u. O. UnDGKCMIOG f VI OZ - m lFtgylggl3 m.i,.. ...' --- Lfi0ii y, tliupui-Miim- f s Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. - NdTICE n. well-know- n ... Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, uc-alii-t FARRiS A HARDEN, it Jaiwrii"fi"'" mmmm Li.. nil.' Ii ml II M lllnlll HI ill I'lOlrt - iXu i.llt- -l III i7.,i! lliii1 i1ll fc ir. .1,1 Li. Wl 4 ltIW,.Jl n. ..;. ..w ""I r;."r ',:"' '!,'! ,WijtmiTmlgttiSi',J''ivt''v-'m,9i-'''- ' J" 'ifc.'i-ai- 'MT'"' 'voti1 "hut ' v1' Km ."' VWU!" 'HJ' )HHWI'JH ttf Uf'D'J ! 4" W THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., K. C. Mrs. W. II. Shanks went up to Madison yesterday afternoon to visit - Junk i, 1897 Walton, cla-ancs- JJusinmwj Manaoeu. TiiEbobt Is That's why ' our paints, lend ami oil arc cheapest. l'onny'H Drug Stun1. her parents. Miss Mary Harris' art elms will give a free exhibition Wednesday afternoon, June U. , f Ashkr Harris, 0 Crab Orchard, was worse yesterday and his death is hourly expected. J. A Howkr, train dispatcher at Paris, was here Saturday returning from a visit to his homcfolks at I'arks vllle. PERSONALS. cousin, Miss Lllllo Martin. J. W. i'EUKIN U improving Ills residence on Whitley Avumiu. Mu. WillSeveuance Is In Cincinnati liuyin goods op his house. Miss May Martin is visiting her HOME NEWS, KV lino clocks. Dunkri, Jeweler. Frksii Hsh unlay. W. II. Brady. W. B. Meltoberts. Dr. and Mrh. L. 1. Cook spent n Si'RlNO wheat Hour at Hlggins Sc portion of lost week in Louisville. Mrh. L. M. Lasley and Miss Susio MeKlnnoy's. Lusley wont to Louisville Friday. Black Knamel Hoof Faint. GuarMiss Ann Kheeman, of Klehmond, anteed to last five years. For sale by is the guet of tiio Misses Aleorn. Craig fc Hooker. Jmtl one of his feet badly mashed by a hand ear a fuw days Wall paper, lowest prices. Mr. James Li:i: tho Mr. J6hn C. Hill, like home.' " bcclion, continues to grow weaker. He is ready to die, but says ho wnnts to TllK program of Central University live long enough to vote for J. K. Lynn commencement exercises is ono of tho and the rest of the democratic ticket handsomest things of tho kind that wo before ho bidsnrowoll to earth. have over seen. It is engraved throughSuk, Hessie and Anna out and printed on parchment paper Missks Belle Woods and Annie Uvnns Bright with fac similes of tho graduates' sighave returned from Millorsburg Col- natures, of whom there aro 11. Hev. lege. All aro looking well nnd each J. J. Chisholm will preach tho Baccahad u diploma but Miss Anna Belle, laureate sermon next Sunday and Itov. who will have to study another year to T. M. Hawes will deliver an address in behalf of tho Y. M. C. A. Tho prepar get one. Miss Mary lusk, or iiuatonviiie, atory commencement exorcises will bo ono of tho brightest and fairest young bo held ut 10 A. M. on tho 7th und ut reafm, Is at 7:0 p. m. Walter Scott Bronston will ludles of tho on route homo from a visit dolivor tho alumni address. Tho Alumtho Emery to VUn Burcn, Ark., which city alio ni Association will meet Juno 8th at H gays ia surrounded by gorgeous straw- p. m. und nt 7:30 tho junior oratorical berry farms, some of them from .'100 to contest will occur. Tho regulur comr.tv unm soiich. tho most oxtensivo on mencement exercises will bo held at 10 A. M. on tho 0th. earth. Cincinnati Enquirer. Bluo-Grass AN election for ono hchool trustee in all tho district, white and colored, will John M. Hale und Woaren Hall, of bo held Saturday. MAY ended yesterday with one of tho Somerset, uro with their rulatlvcH coldest records within memory. Fires Wanted. To trade Louisville prophero. and overcoat were In demand s erty for a farm in Lincoln. Mish Heulah Carson, of Crab of the month. Summer begins Carl Hansor, Foree Ave., Louisville. has boon visiting tho Misses today and wo shall likely soon hear that Wild Cats. 1 'nil Sodon sent his silly intcrogatory: "Is it hot enough Miss Al.ici: Shki.hy, of Lexington, father-in-laCol. W. IIulT Dudderar, for you?" in visiting tho Misses Shelby at Ar- - two young wild cuts which that gentleSAMKSlZK.-E. J. Culton, 0 cndia. man will as i:tH. Crab Orchard, tells us that ho will get SllELTON Saukley Is back from Fill T. J. Tktkr is making a capital the republican nomination for county ton, Mo., where lie has been attending and UutTalo Cemetery looks as clean attorney and that he will make it hot rchool. Mrs. Thomas I 'helps, of Mnillton, as a new pin since ho has mowed olTtho for Hun. Harvey Helm, the democratic nominee. He is six feet three inches i.t with hep parents, Mr. and .Mr. Kleh-ar- d grass and trimmed up the shrubbery. tall, which is Just the hcighth of Mr. Cobb. of the administrator of Ows- Helm and strange to say Is exactly the Misses Anuie and Flora Halloc Thk suit have returned from their school at ley Kvnns vs. Southern Itallway'Co., to same weight of that gentleman 11I.1 recover $.'10,000 for the killing of Kvans, jn)unds. Mr. Culton is a monstrous Scotland, N. C. Mr..). II. Hays, of Wlldlo, a good Is set for trial Tuesday, 1st. WhkI-for- d clever man but it will be a case of chasing buttcrllies with him against Mr. Sun. friend of tho INTEHIOII .JOCKNAL, Helm. wiw hero last week. A LOOSi: wheel caused six cars of Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Ciirisman, of freight train No. .'U to jump Stanford must be u terrible wicked the track Danville, scnt Sunday with Judge M. at Ml. Vernon Saturday. Xobody was place. Notwithstanding that a holiC Sanlley's family. hurt and not a gruat amount of damago ness revival of long duration has but Mr. J. G'. Frith, of Hrodhead, visit-e- d was done. recently closed there, a delegation of H. O'Han-non- , hit slttr, Mr. Dr. 2" young ministers from Wllmoro went hero lint week. TllK Crab Orchard boys came down there Thursday to carry on the war inMr. V. G. Ovr.RSTRinrr, of the Cor-bl- n Friday, but it rained &o hard tho ball definitely. Advocate. Not so wicked Nuws, wan on Friday's train return- game was not called and they went as you mightsupposc, though she makes ing from Cincinnati. home without tho pangs of defeat dis- no especial pretensions to goodness. It Duncan, county elork turbing them Mr. John can be truly said of her, however, that of Garrard, was with his ulster, Mrs. Thanks. Mr. J. T. Haekley has the she is not Pharisaical as is one of her U. C. Warren, Sunday. thanks of the business manager for neighlwrs, nor does any of her citizens TllK Kconomlcnl Club will meet wl.th imagine himself as good us Jesus Mm. J. T. Sharrard Thnixluy after Hoveral crates of his excellent straw Christ, much less better, as has been berries, which take the cake both for noon from I to 0 o'clock. said of those whom the Advocate repsize and sweetness. Hon. H. C. Waurkn went to Ful resent. mouth yesterday to see after some ew Willis Barnett FuilIT. There was a row and a rumtales there of which ho is receiver. has resigned as a member of the demMr. and Mrs. II. M. Hallou, of ocratic county committee and will be pus ut Rowland Saturday, when Messrs. Hugh Seargent and Walter Warren Lancaster, were the guests of his pa a candidate for magistrate. His suc- met there. The Ilrst named had sued rcnlH, Kldcrnnd Mr. Joseph Uallou. cessor will be elected at Howland Satthe latter on an account duo tho Mrs. It. II. McKinney went toJcl urday afternoon, June 12th. Preachersvllle pike and before tho Hco Friday to hco her daughter, Mr I HK Somerset Heiortor says that trial words brought on blows. The gen111 Jerry Smith, who It with typhoid John I'aul, who committed suicide in tlemen wen; separated, but later on got fever. together when Warren landed a still Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hkioiit left that city a few weeks ago, left in his pajn-'Pticket N'o. .1U. which drew the right on Seargent's nose sending him yesterday for Frenchburg, Meneee down a sliort Slight of steps. Consta county, to visit their daughter, Mm horse railed olT by Green Lidcbottom. I'aul has no heirs and the horse will be bio Peyton and Judge Barnett arrested Hev. H. It. Mills. of them and at tho trial Warren Kkv. W. K. F.LL1S will deliver tho swapjed for a tombstone which will bo both was lined W. Mr. Seargent claims that placed over his grave. address to the graduating class of Fro. his antagonist used brass kuueks, but Milton Klllutt't. College at Maylleld TllK Stanford and Hustonvlllesecond the ollloors found none when they next Thuitxlay. nines played a game of ball here Sat- searched him. wc nre told. Miss Crack Fkarck, of NowHani-ihirurday, which resulted in a score of lb teacher of Greek and Latin at to ll! In favor of the former club. Sam s Won Honors. In tho Caldwell College, Ih visiting Miss Mary Kmbry and George Florence did the Tournament at Hurrodsburg, Miss Nol-li- o Haekley at Happy Valley. battery work for the homo team and Mershon, daughter of Mr. John B. Mrs. St. Clair haH returned from Howard CamniU and Frank Lusk held Mershon, of this place, won tho medal Home, Ga., where h)iu had been for down similar positions for the visitors. fop Trigonometry over a Held of conseveral months, and is witii her daugh- Tho feature of tho game was the largo testants. She represented Caldwell ter, Mrs. Steele Halley, again. number of scores on each side. College ut Richmond. Jumes T. Men-efe- e Miss Mattik Walker Alcorn, represented Prof. Dairy's school DANVILLK was the only town in here In tho oratorical daughtep of Dr. Mdward Alcorn, of contest und reHustotivillo, will graduate ut the Wes- Kentucky represented at tho Maysvlllo cited "Tho e Heart" very convention in tho Interest of Col. creditably, but failed to win the prize tern College. Oxford, O., Juno Sth. Miss MlNVA I'ahic l'HELl'S, one of Boone's Black Diamond railroad and although ho got ono vote or it. It whs Madison's most cultivated and charm-In- g it had only one delegate, Editor II. E. won by Isuao Holman, of Lawrence-burdaughter, In the guest of Mrs. W. Wool folk. He met and resolved himwhoso subject was, "The Silent M. Bright. self into a convention and passed reso- Voice." Jumes M. Suulloy was ruled Ukv. A. S. Mokkett writes Mr. W. lutions that the road would be a mighty out of tho contest, or tho result of It II. Hlgglnn that he will spend half of good thing if it could bo made to run might have been dilTerent. Juno 1st, in Stanford, and would on the ground instead of on paper. He like to sco uh many of his old friends an then declared himself adjourned and Accidents.- - Jesse It. Itoutt, who possible. wrote a very readable and interest- siHint Sunday with his parents in tho M its. Hose Swoim: und MIhh Alice ing account of tho performance for the West End, gives us tho following Dryo and Messrs. W. D. Hooker and Advocate. items: As Mrs. Squire John Bailey W. S. HulTman, of Ilubtotivllle, came Happy Jack. Consul J. II. Miller und son, Wesley, were driving to Dandown Saturday afternoon to bee the writes to Dr. Spratt, of Mt. Sterling, ville u few days ugo their horse soured ball game. from the far on" Falkland Islands and neup tho bridge over Knob Lick and Dr. L. 11. COOK and family are now the Sentinel-Democrpublishes ex- overturned tho buggy. Mrs. Bailey boarding at Mrs. Anno Duddornr's and tracts from the letter. Among other was thrown violently to the ground and Squire John Kills will move bin family things Happy Jack says that "All the besides being badly bruised one of her into tho house thoy vacated which he roses aro not on our land. Tho ,world arms was broken in two places. Mr. bought some time ago. is full of but the birds slug Bailey escaped with u few slight bruisMiss Kdwin Adams received yester- sweetest, them, the (lowers bloom richest, tho es. Mrs. Wilson Gooch, who is over day afternoon in honor of Mps. Oscar sun shines brightest on the bonny banks 00 yours old, fell while intending to her Gregory, of I'aducah. In tho ovenlng of Dlx ltlver, live miles from Stanford, house work nnd broke one of her she entertained in honor of Miss Alice Lincoln county, Ivy., about u mile from thighs. Her ndvunced ugo will muko linughman and Miss Alice Dunn. Dudderar's Mill. 'There is no place her entire recovery doubtful. Mnywood of slnco. In Louisville yesterdav thero was sale. J. T. Jones. dedicated with Impressive ceremonies in Cave Hill House to rent In Crab Orchard. Call limestone Cemetery a massive blue monument to Gen. Lovell on postmaster there. Harrison Rousseau, who was born in Flowkr Crooksand Jardlnierosof all Lincoln county, Aug. 4, 1818. He was legislator, Congressman nnd soldier, kinds at Warren A-- Shanks'. rising in the late war from captain to Hurt. Kdward Cooper, non of Mi. urevet Tt is a . G. II. Coopop. was painfully hurt near Ukv. Hknry Millkr, of Middlesbo-fo- . Hustonvlllo Friday by the horsoho was preached two lino sermons at the rid'ng rearing und falling back on him. It was almost a miracle that ho Presbyterian church Sunday. He is shortly to give up his charge and beescaped being killed. come h special evangelist of his PresHRSICNKD. J. E. Lynn has resigned bytery. His duties will require him to the otllce of magistrate to make an ac- move to this section und we trust that tive canvass for county judge. It is to Inducements may be held out to have bo hoped that Judge Dawson can tlnd him to come her'.'. as good a man to take his place and wc p TllKRK are .'Km cases on the docket of .u suggest for his consideration, Mr. It. tho circuit court, which begins next L. Porter. .Monday, wc learn from James I. BaiFLOYD. John Floyd, aged ".", died ley, the ellicient clerk. Of these there at his homo near Waynesburg last are 72 Commonwealth, l.'l ordinary uj)- week, of measles. Be was a splendid pearances, 8 equity do., XI ordinary and old gentleman and hud been a member l.'l'.i old equity. There Is no murder of tho Baptist church for nearly f0 case und but ono suit or divorce, thut years. Besides his wife, several grown of Win. Cooley against his wife. Mrs. children survive him. Eddie Cooley. Skcond-han- d gasoline stove for1 57,883 n 1 I Prescriptions Have been filled here without n single mistake. good record and we arc proud of it. Major-genera- l. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. m:mi&m:mw!mmmm Buying Goods. One of the members of our firm is 1 ' three-fourt- hs blue-gras- De-IJor- tl. Mr. ui-- o The Knights of Pythias lodge elected Thursday night tho following J. S. Itlce, Chancellor Commander; J. F. Cummins, Geo. B. Wearen, Prelate: Dolph Rice, Master at Arms:. Churchill Yeager, Master of Work; John Meier, Keeper Records und Soul; Dr. W. B. O'Ban-noMuster 0 Exchequer; Charles H. Hayden, Master of Finance; Representatives to Grand Lodge. Joe F. Waters, 13. II. Danks, C. E. Tate and W. H. oill-ccrs: Vice-Chancelln, u& f rr. -- , 3 i AM JSB And we wil' have in a few days new k BELTS. TIES. COt I AF?cs llfo ! H Mrs r,iu"s nl Wash, Goods in Wearen. m fib P-- Organdies, Lawns nnd Dimities nnd a new line of Lacks. TllK Rodes Lackey Post, colored, G. A. It., turned out f( strong yesterday and with banners Hying and the Rene-tow- n brass band playing marched to the cemetery and decorated the graves of their six comiades buried there. The procession was a long one and included a largo number of little boys with Hugs and sashes, and u hay wagon full of girls with Mowers. Hon. Geo. W. Gentry und Communder of the Post T. A. M. Burdett were the orators of the day. Tho whole business was exceedingly creditable to all concerned. The Ladies' Circle, of which Mrs. E. B. Knox is president, was also in line. Win. Cook is Commander of the Sons of Veterans, which number 50. w T fi 3SS SEVERANCE & SON. iii m VH1 W ft mMmmmmmmwimmmmM 3 MJLTTHf i Time to buy. A large assortment of s m m e, Blue-Gras- Tell-Tul- At Craii Orchard. Yesterday was a gala day at Crab Orchard and u big crowd was on had to witness the deco- ! ration day exercises. The quaint old town had on her best garb uud Hags and bunting decorated many houses. Headed by the Stanford band the old soldiers and their friends marched to the bountiful cemetery on the hill where a half hundred or more of their comrades were buried and after appropriate exercises by Post Commander Putton und Chaplain Noakes, and timely speeches by John Sam Owsley, Jr. and J. T. O'Halr, decorated the graves with a profusion of llowcrs that the good women of tho East End hud furnished. This completed, they murched back to town, broke ranks und an hour or so was spent ut dinner ut various hospitable homes, whoso latchstrings always hang on tho out side. At 2 o'clock the soldiers repaired to tho Baptist church and were entertained for several hours by speeches by Hon. Harvey Helm. Eld. Partin und others. The day was a successful ono in every sense and will bo remembered for years to come as ono 0 the most pleasant occasions of the kind in the history of tho Crab Orchard G. A. It. Post and the irood feeling brought about by it will live long after tho majority of those who took part shall have gone to their reward. Blues, Greens? Browns, Reds. Whites. Yelldws. W. Both ili Japs and Chinese. IV. WITHERS, STANFORD. PAINT. BESJ"ADYLti AD. Beyond doubt wo have tho best Ready-mixed Paint on the market. oils, vAKm$i)G$, At Lowest Cash Price's. mum, 38,353. CRAlGcSt HOCKER, flign Locust Herd Reg. Poland enjnas. Son of Klcvur's Model, No. SO.TIO, tlio grcatvtt brucdlng hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE. No. IS'!)!, son of tho NVorldV Columbian Champion, Cliiuile. No. 11,007. Fine toppy young boars ready for servlcu. A fow show gilts old enough to breed, anil bred sows u specialty, for snlu. This stock Is strictly llrt-clii- ss in overv respect, with jtodlgreei. Prices reasonable, und satisfaction guaranteed. Vrlto vour wants or come und to Headed toy U. S. TflODEL,, DO. g, to-da- y, THE young preachers' meeting at tho Methodist church is in strictest sonso a red hot affair. Several of the embryo see my bogs. divines can give Rev. Andrew John.V few fresh Jersey son two in tho gamu und beat him in Eggs. SI for 13. fervor of manner and loudness of ejaculation. Thoy seem to bo a most earnest and consecrated crowd and as thoy make all their noise in tho meotinghouso Cows for alo. They uro good A. E. HUNDLEV. IJo one. Also Mammoth I'eldn Duck 1U3. Danville. Ky. HERB THE at,US-QRA- TborougW Dure: at Old Paper. Mrs. Mary Burch showed us yesterday n copy of the Wes. tern Citizen, which she found in tho pajKirs of hor father, Samuel Allison, und which was printed at Paris Christmas day, 1S24. It has tho message of President Jumes Monroe delivered to Congress on tho th of the same month und In uu editorial paragraph says tho great length of tho messngo excludes neurly all other matters. Henry Clay was presiding over tho Kentucky Houso at tho time and the question of remov ing certain appellate judges was under discussion. The voto on removing Mills was Gl to 111), Mr. Clay voting in tho utllrmative. There uro adBen-jumln vertisements of "Bear Baitings," runaway Negroes, hiring and sales of Negroes and notices of public patrol-ler&c, but not a lino of local news. s, It is nobody's business especially and you do not havo to go there unless you My lirotslera wore mOiwiisI fnn.i tli..1u.. ,,..,.t i of this famous brvt-,- oftwlne In States A want to. Between services you would .aplendldltitoriiliriufillltoivnl agiw lor Mle. Hred not know thoy were in town so quiet hw a fiKxialtr. Satisfaction giurnntfcd. Cones-pomleiice willcltcil. Address and unostentatious arc they in demeanR. H. BRONAUGH, or. Several 0 them uro lino preuchers, Cr.ili Orchard, Ky. W. G. Cram, W. S. Maxwell and Messrs. C. II. Neul cspceiully so. By the way, the latter is to take Itov. W. S. Trafton's place on this circuit tho balance of tho conference year, while he goes on a visit to his old home at New Bruns-wlcCanada. Some of the young men got after us in their testimonies for saying thoip mouths were sot for fried chicken, but they did not deny tho soft Impeuchirient. Tho meetings will con- Makes hard work easy. You can ge more tinue till Sunduy night with services butter. You wash, salt and work the taking it out of tho churn. threotlmes u day, two at the church and ono in tho afternoon at 3 o'clock in You front of tho court house- The threo services Sunduy were lurgely attended and standing room was in demand. There were 2o or .'10 It will pay for itself in fow weeks. Call ' from Danville, u number from Hustonand bee it. vlllo and tho other neighboring towns woro represented. Five or six Danville peoplo said they had "it," it mean Up-to-Da- te ing sanctitlcation, ono of whom said ho got it through tho preaching of "tho Most Complete and Convenient Freezer ever offered in Stanf rJ. Requires less labor Hon. L. M. Lasley." The singing is a less timo and loss Ice than any freezer, only requiring from une to two minutes to very delightful feature 0 tho meeting, frcczo cream. We guarantee them to do all we claim and they are sold oil trial. the young men having good voices and Come and see for yourself. Try one. Very respectfully, throwing their whole soul into, tho songs. & 1 tee; EtS HODS m A UjisHWusff1- The h, Buckeye Churn re Will Sell One on Trial. The Freezer. tfCGVS WS jL M KINNEY. .. V '.T ti ' ..j..intTn MMWMWnWMMKim fyytfyvi n jrrijfrf-iM'- I m''Hiw. "! 'pt.mi'fi . ., ns -- in. f' ib 1 V-sxa.5. r"rl3.a.-vATo DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION THE INTERIORJOURNAL! -UUIAIONS IN" Middleburg, Casey Co. - QUBKX& CRESCENT. Sunday, Juno llth Is thu next ditto for Queen & Crescent cheap excursion to Cincinnati. Rates and schedules same as usual. All summer resorts are Ask agents for particulars. On and after Sunday, May .'lOth tickets will bo sold between all stations at half rates every Sunday until further advised, good going and returning on Sunday only, between tiny stations at which trains are scheduled to stop. Ancient Order United Workmen, Lodge, Milwaukee, Wis., Supremo now-ope- CANDY KITCHEN. 1 Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. .. ... . ... ui.... .! j,.....,.. i.,iiiii.. ii,ii. HOVie i if. .. I...1I..1 r . i -ium'-vM.,-- S'J P14KY18AH - When not so paid AUVAN'CK will ffiC. lc charged. Ire j PWS.-- t oral LOCAL in 11 Mi. 1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. I1- Mrta. m ami Trail leave Stanford at"'! 9 - " " '" returning i KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 21 Tralii going North No. 20 South " No. 25 " " " No. 23 " THUO'iOH ..12 37 1 in .. 3 13 a in ..121)1 i in .. 1 U3'i m l'orall Points. TICKETS KLD. HACOAUK CHECKED THUOUGIl. For any Informatlou enquire of JOi: S. KICK, Agent, Mauford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass .lunctloii City as follows: I 02 p in 2 No. l.Soiith .... 11 rt7 a in No 4 North " 340am 1121pm " Ko 3 " I SO pm " NoS mi 25 m " 6 NotcNos. do they run Sunda) run Sundays, 9 and 10 no further South than Junction City, netlher 5 and C .In not s. FRANKFORT AND CHCINHATI VIA (IKORUETOWN. P. X. 2S5 505 7 20 S 10 1 RY. A. M 2,00 4 50 S5 315 I.ve. Somerset, ' Jet. City. Ar ' o " 1131 Lv 9 35 " C 30 r. M. 12 55 a. u 820 630 3U0 5 30 1' 8 40 Arr 1'arU Dally except Sunday C, D. UF.RCAW, (5. A. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthfulnevi. Assures the food against alum and of all forms " adulteration so common in the cheap brands. .. l Royal Uaki.no PowDfcnCo,,New ork. dr. w. i Dentist, t b. PBinry, trails Stanford, : Ky. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. A. 8. PRICF. 8 urge on Dentist, IoWIHe Stanford. Ky. Office over Mcllolierts' Drug Store iu the Owsley Hiilldlug. SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietor XIVERY.F 2ED ft SALE STABLE Junction City, Ky. Tlrtt'i'Jaw Turnout", prompt attention, lery A portion of your patronage Is 'reasonable rate IS respectfully solicited GEORGE ff H M'KINNEY. I i Pension & Claim Agent, Box 44. Stanfo d, Ky. Tins hail 12 years' practice lie fore all tlio Oopa tnit'iits in Wilmington City. 'J MUMMtimMMWl () THE POPULAR MOM I O If It & '"""" "... ,MM"fb MIM0M0IN1M0IN1S1M MOM0IMIMOIMOIMM IH10MM0IN10IM! It OlMOIMyolMO sr. iDjioiNjy XXS? n MM0M lSN I (M0 rp-nf- rMiM iV m V a rxn -- rr Wifnl n rjyN ri m OM MOIMM0IM I31MM0M0K1ME1 MU MM ntANU J. BEED, fcljlrill "'r-A- L' IMJ '"'"- - 1I51M Born, to the wife of Frank Jones, our jeweler, a gfrl. Ma and pa doing well. A little girl arrived recently to bless o In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Dolk. Convention met tit the d Mr. Gad Hlcks,who has been Siiinfonl pursuant to the cull of CounK. Car&on unil was callhis bud for six weeks with tyto ty Clmlrman J. ed to imler by lilm. Ilo uxpliiinetl its phoid fever, was able to be out Sun object ami called for nominations for day. Two mistakes occurred In our last, becretury. Joe F. Wutei-- was chosen M. Gootlknlpht, but as they did not make us say that and on inotlon of T. Mr. Cuton was rottiined as )crmancnt somebody was In jail to await circuit chairman. A committee consisting of court, no corrections are necessary. 1). W. Vandeveer, D. 11 Adams, .1. I) It Is said by those in position to know Swoiie and A. D. Wullln were appoint that thev have a much better Sundayscliool-housed to draft resolutions, and while they school at Turkey Knob retired for that puriOse, calls on nu- than at either of the churches here. merous persons were made for speech This Is highly complimentary to the e., Prof.T. M. Goodknlhtrespondln-r- , Turkey Knob people, but sounds badly who made an excellent impromptu ad- for the people here, who have everythe republican party thing necessary for successful Sunday-schooldress, urralj-nlnin county, State and National affairs Col. Eugene Zimmerman, of Cincinfor maladministration and incompetency. The committee then reported the nati, was here this week looking after following resolutions: his interest in the large tract of land Tha democrats of Lincoln county in nt Grove. V. R. Coleman lias just convention assemeted, May '29, 185)7, been taken off the sick list. Dr. J. G . adopted the following resolutions, viz: Carjwnter, of Stanford, passed through Resolved 1. That wo endorse the call town Thursday on his way to Liberty. of this convention for the purposes J. C. Coulter went to Moreland Thursday on business. B. M. Edwards and therein set out. '2. That we endorse the call of Statu McD. Jones attended the convention convention at Frankfort to nominate a at Liberty Saturday. For fear that some might think I was candidate for appellate clerk. U. That the thanks of this convenone of the"blgtins" and wanted everytion arc due and are hereby tendered body to know It, I will state that I am to our county committee for their not on the repotorial staff of any of the In the cam- city dailies and write for none of the and faithful services paign of 189(5 and for the most excel- country papers. I am only an occasion lent democratic ticket submitted to the al contributor to the columns of a little citizens of this county for their en- paper published in the city of Stanford INTERdorsement at the coming election in and known as the ourselves to IOR Journal; and by the way it is n November; and we pledge see that the same shall be triumphantpretty good paper too. ly elected, as well as the democratic nominees of this judicial district for FARM AND TRADE, circuit judge and Commonwealth's atFew stock hogs for sale. G. D. torney. 4. That the management of the af- Boone, Walnut Flat. There are only.'M foals living by the fairs of this county and State by repubbe dead Ralph Wilkes 2:0ti!. licans show them to be unworthy to G. W. Logan bought of W. B. Land longer trusted with the people's atTalrs. advent to power in this county some butcher stuff at U toUle. Their Senator John D. Harris will cultivate was signaled by the issue and sale of bonds amounting to &,000. The same this year about HM acres of corn, bein sides about 400 acres of wheat and 12.1 has created numerous scandals Increased State acres of tobacco. Richmond Climax. State atTalrs and has There Is only 1.1 pounds difference In taxation more than 20 per cent, and added $.100,000 to the bonded Indebted- the weight of John R. Gentry 2:01 and ness of the State. Besides, a republi- his stable itate, Robert J. 2:01J. The can Congress is now threatening to latter Is the heavier and weighs 90. levy annually more than a thousand C. W. Williams, owner of Allerton of additional taxation on the 2:091, thinks that In the next 10 years millions labor and the consumers of this Na pacers will bo so numerous that they h of which is ex will be valueless, while trotters will be tion, about pected to enter the treasury of the scarce. s to go inUnited States and J. T. Stewart has bought about .1,000 of factories, trusts and lambs for June and July delivery at to the treasuries combines. from 4 to 4 cents. Ho bought a lot of j. That such a record of incompeten- butcher cattle at from 2i to He cy of the republican party now in powDemocrat. er makes It the duty of every patriotic Thomas Metcalf,,of Jessamine, writes citizen of this county to rally to the his father-in-laT. J. Foster, that J. democratic standard, regardless of mi- B. Embry sold to Simon Weil 200 pick nor differences and vote their ticket as of his 250 cattle at 4Jc. Mr. Metclf rethe only feasible and practical method fused 4.40 for his bunch. of putting competent men In office and W. O. Watts sent us samples of his keeping incompetents out. forward oats and wheat. The former 0. That this convention appoint two Iu three feet in length and the latter delegates and two alternates from each over four. Ho will harvest the oats magisterial district to the Frankfort next week. Pretty good for the High convention June '2, and that they are land knobs, thunk you. hereby Instructed to cast the eight J. E. Farrls took his line saddle mare, votes to which this county Is entitled Sule W.. to Lexlnuton Saturday where in said convention on all questions she will be trained by that expert horse coming before the same and for our man, Nels Rowland. Susie W. Is neighbor, "V. B. Mason, as long as his and Is out of the dam of Allie name Is beforo said convention foraap-pella- G., the great show mare Mr. Farrls clerk and use all honorable sold for 31,000. She Is by E. P. Woods' means to secure his nomination. Eagle Bird. 7. ThatR. M. Newland and T. M. A oueerlv erratic family were the Goodknight be appointed delegates and V. Walters alter- Bufords, one of whom, Judge "Marshall R. G. Denny and J. nates from Stanford district. J. K. Buford, drowned himself at Lexington, Buughman, Jcse P. Rlffe delegate, last week. Another, Gen. Abe Buford, T. L. Carpenter, F. M. Ware, alter- shot himself some time ago. He was a nates, from Htibtonvlllo district. M. noted turfman who professed to be F. Reynolds, K. B. Caldwell. Jr., dele- lieve that horses would go to Heaven-AnotheTom, shot Judge Elliott, of gates, W. L. McCarty, T. W. Hutchinson, alternates, from Waynesburg the Kentucky court of appeals, because district. J. U. Pettus, V. A. Carson, he decided a case against him. St Clair Buford went crazy and Henry was aldelegates, "W. R. Kelluy, R. II. most continually engaged In llstlc tur alternates, from Crab Orchard moils. All were brothers. district. On motion the resolutions were At Bowling Green, O., Martin Myadjourned. ers was gored to death by a bull; at adopted and the convention J. E. Caisson, Chm'n. Pulaski, Tenn., a furmed named Mitchell was kicked to death by a mule; at Jok F. Waters, Sec'y. Gallon, O., Christian Duntz was kicked The 10th annual session of the Ken- to death by a horse, and at Falrview, tucky Chautauqua will be held at 111., John Hlggins was butted to death Woodland Park, Lexington, Tune 2llth by a ram. All of these fatalities octo July 9th. This meeting promises to curred In one dny and ail of the kllkd be the most interesting one yet held. were aged farmers. The lecture platform will be moro enA company with a million dollars tertaining than over before, including capital has been formed in New Jersey, such orators as Gen. Gordon, Henry which proposes to furnish gas from air, Watterson, Thomas Dixon, Jr., C. F. without smoke or ouor, and with highAker, John R. Clark, Emerson Brooks, er candle power, at less than half the George W. Bain, Dr. Parkhurst and price now charged for the old article. many others.' Dr. W. L. Davidson will They say It will be furnished to every have charge of the program and tnan- - State in the union, and no quarter hull aire the olatform. Saxton's band of 12 bo without light. pieces will give two concerts daily and At Selma, Ala., a woman became so Miss Dolly Williams, of Hustonvllle, enraged at her because will bo the aecom pan lest for the vocal- - she took a piece of bread without her ists, of whom there will be many dis- - consent that she tied the little one in a tiiiLuiished. besides other musical at sack und hung her up in a chimney and tractions. The magniscopo, with its permitted her to roast to death. wonderful moving pictures, will be giv Morning Sawyer, a woman, wus muren many evenings. Fourth of July will dered near Tazewell, Tenn. be celebrated July .'id, addresses by The True Jiemedij. Gen. Gordon and Hon. Henry Watter son. College day will bo July 8th. W. M Repine, editor Tlskllvr... Ill . "CJilcf,"a "We won't keep house without Or. Mini Detailed program, with all information cat: lllicoverv furCoiuuinptlon, Cougluaiid Colds Sew many otnent, but never got the will be sent to any address upon appli New true remedy uutil we used Ur. Kill's place IJiscov-erIn our cation to Chas. Scott, business manaNo other remedy can take Its we have a certain and sure cure for home, us In it ger, Lexington, Ky. It Is Idle Coughs, Colds, Whoop ng (JuugU, otc TUATION AND INSTRUCTS W. 1. MASON. court-lioiib- KBI'UHUCAN MAL.AU.mi.-sis- FOR can now supply the people with Fresh ('audi of niiini varieties and superior excel lency oi cry day. I am making It nrtsolf nun guarantee saiisiaeiKiii. who mo a can. oloiir ianl J. A. fcTEIMIENSUN, Stanford. breed.. We con-line- J. X. Jones, TIN Issiicii tnai inereeaii ."e " gtiaranlis. nil ewt fertile when shipped II It ttisl Pit llano's. Imp. seillngoj l!U.gg. M '" JSiirlrCelcbratisl Pit (Mine ' ' " J; WhltoCrcied White IVllsh - HI) SHEET 111 WKS, Sllur s STANFORD, KY., Sole proprietor of Deon's Muck Diamond Roof Paint. lMlmatiw jiimlshisl for painting wo.!, .Siitlsf.irlioti guaranteed All melal and Iron roof, painted with IVau's Mack Diamond Paint warranted for vcar. Dealer in Unt Citern Pumps auddalvauifasl Iron Filters. Ha'vauledalid Illaik Iron lloolliigof all klli.lv Lictsl WjHiid.jlle, ' Harnsl PI) mouth Itoik, .III dixs:si. more aooic -' '" CRMii RHUS, Pros., Junction CHy i .... i lilm k Mlnun.i, ui ..- -I ' J() ?Jsi V) !l " nf June ll. o K s. American Water Works Association, Denver, Col., Juno THORorilHRRKD Electric Light Association Niagara ! Falls, N.Y., June National Association of Credit Men The most proKansas City, Mo., Juno line or all breed- -, attain the gieat-eLow rates to Woman's Board of Forweight, fallen eign Missions, M. E. church, Birmingrnslli at ti n v aire ham, Ala., June, Etlloai readi for American Institute of Homeopathy, service. Hills and sows already bred. Pigs ., Buffalo, N. Y June of either sex, iiotuklti. Questions and eor- Ask your agent for particulars and resiNiutlc nco promptly answered, be sure your ticket reads via the Queen ji J. M. k 11. JJJcBOBERTS, Stanford. 21-- tf 0. 0. ORE ROOM On Mfcin Sticct, Smnforil, DUROC HOGS FOR IV. Apply lo RE3STT ! st 2. mmSm P. WALTON. pur: 2:i-2S- iETOTIOIE Crescent. W. C. RlNi'.ARSON, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Buckling Inn'cd Sail'. -- J. T. SXJTTONT, Kontucky Untlortalcor, The iKt silvo In the world for -, cut.., hrulws Hustonvillo, son-.- , ulcers salt rheum, feer mn- tetter, cliap-ooldest I.lnrolns Oilers Ids services to the hand, chilblain, conn and all skin eruptions. Cask-elIt pwlllvely curw piles or no pay miulrvd. Ills and Casey coimth's. Full stink of (olnnsaiid always on. baud to give ivrfrct satisfaction or monej ?iiara.itccd Manager 25 cents cr box. ForsalebyW.il. O. ti. Uitls-nterMcllobcrf, Druggist. il fi me. deslrll g Iawiisl Foils for All they ixrtt and railing or Ire fence can find what pike want al my store near Olar Creek, on tlmI also lru.lliig from Crab tr.hard to Slanford kwpon hand a supply of plank for fenelmt. All also lards kinds of liihilwr for hnll.llng article of and shlnght.. All persons dclrlng any near Cr.lar this , kluifrau call on me at my, store O W. hlNdl.irrON. Cris-k3i EARN MONEY, The NtOKKlih- MAOAZINK nuts good reliable ngoni to cmii vas for mil)scriplions.( A verv good rnto of cash coiiimtvsitin will be given, or hicyclo premiums If prufcrrutl All innlerlal and am pie copies furiiishiHl free. Apply nt once. - w efll-cie- nt Semi-Week- ly Send )our addrr-- - to II. - Huillen '',, and get a frco sample Uix of Dr. King s NVw Lite Pills. A trial will com luce you if their nirr urllcti tiv These pills aru uy In action and areand Met lailv etlecllve In theitirw ofcoiitlatluli llea'daclie lor Malaria and Idler troubles thev halt been proied Invaluable 1 hey to Iviwrfcctlv in--' from v err deleterious ubtaiico and to !! purely vegetable Th-- y do not wraken by their aitlon, but by giving tone to slomache aiidlielsgrcally Invigorate tlm system lUyii , Sold by W II Mcllol-rllar sle 2.V pcrWix Druggists Fne Pills. PHBNIX Insurance Company, OF BROOKLYN. The Nickell Maoazine, ISO Summer Street, IUiton, Mass. proprietor of the llur-to- n House. Ilurtoii. W. Vu.. tiiul one of the most wlilelv known men In the tnte much red of rheumatism after three jeurs of li:i not Milllclent sulTerlup. He iiys: eomniiinil of liiiiguni; to eouey any Idea of what MitTeieil. mv IihIcIiiiis told me that nothing eoiild lie 110110 "for me ami -m friends Mine fulU coiitlticesl that nolhliij- lint death In June. would reflex e me of 111 siitrerlnc for the IMU, Mr. r.vinis, then salesman t'haniler-laln'- s Wheeling Pruc Co., recommended Pain Halm. At this time my foot and llmli were swollen to more than iloulnV their normal sire and It seemed to me in lej; would Imrst. tint soon after I ln'tjaii usliu; to dethe Pain llitlm the swelling now I consider crease, the pain to leave, and that I am entirely cured. Tor sale by Crnlj; .V Hooker. lriij,'j:M, Stanford, K'Mr. Kiiue lloriior. 1 1 - Tornado Insurance o numerous ! Caledonian Co., : Insurance 1MOG. of Scotland. KOUN'Ulit) Cjrljne Tornadoes anil Wind Norms are and destructive that the property owners should R. B. MAHONY, Agt.. U Protect Their Property From them as well as from Fire and Lightning Tornadoes and Fires arc liable to occur atany time Ho lake out a Millcy In any of my companies. None but STANFOltD. KY John. Cjisti-kma- A. ti Limiam FIRST -- CLASS COMPANIES ! one-tent- Induced Hundreds of thousands have to tryChamberlaln'sCoucli Remedy hv reading what It lias done for others, and liavlnj; v tested lis imrlls for themelves nre Its warmest friends. Tor sale by Craig A. llocker. Unionists. Stanford, Ky. N-eto-ila- Represented INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. JESSE D. "WEAKEN, Oonornl Agent. - - - - Munford. Ky nine-tenth- Har-rodsbu- rg U'lng without Hour as a Ixittle of this Remedy Iu the summer season. We have iissl It w'lth all three of our children ami It has never failed to cure not simply stop p.iln. hut cure absolutely. It Is all rli;ltt. and anyone, who trie- - It will find It mi." l'or sale by Craig .t Hooker, DruUts. .Stanford, K. "Tor three enrs wi liaenevcrliecn without Chumlierlalii's Colic. Cholera and PatRemedy Iu the house," niim A.ll. ter, with K. C Atkins A- Co., liiillanaMilU. Intl.. "and my wife would as mhhi think of IJIar-rlio'- ii - BMBEE s casTLEnas. ' ' MANAOF.ItS. "BIG "White City Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. ItOl'TK The Host Uue toand From All Points In Michigan. 4: W. A. TRIBBLX, local Agent. TOLEDO AN p DETROIT CHICAGO. Sclal." Rest Terminal Matlou. NOEL & SON. Stanford, Kentuckv. 37tf ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel DEALERS IN COHL, Order Office and Kssl exchange, near the Railroad Crossing, Depot Street, Corn unit IIiij', J. B. HIGGINS, DEALER IX BOSTON. Wagner Mceplng Cars. Stanford; Street, Yard, Mill Coal four-years-o- ld Farm Wagons Pleasure Vehicles. PIANOS AND ORGANS. Satisfaction guaranteed - - Kentucky. II Hlggln.'. lately J N12W YORK. RuDrt Parlor Cam Wai$wr Sleeping Car., Prlvat Coiiiurlmcnl Cars, Llrgant Coailies and Cars Din-lu- te MnL.w. Sec my floods and Get My Prices Heforo you W. T. WII1TK. cran urcnani. 10 jiuv. Decker Rros'. I'laiuw. Halm's Hros'. Pianos, Ellington Pianos, I). II. Haldwln Pianos, Fischer Pianos, Ac. Estov Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Agricultural Implements, High-Qrad- e He sure your tickets read via lilts FOL'lt' I II. MARTIN E O. McCORMICK. (ien Paw. A Ikt. Agt. Pavsenger Traffic Mgr., CINCINNATI, OHIO. Fertilizers and Coal. Stanford, Kentucky. Farmers Bank&Trust Co. OF STANFORD, KY Olllee ou Goods Warranted as Represented. Street, opposite ElmoraV Store. Main Fall up Capital, Surplus, $200,000.00 17,603 80 r, Bro-naug- h, Hy provisions of lis charier, dtiltors are a 111 National Hanks. fully prelected as Its sharehotdeis Ulug held Individually liable to of their sto.k therein al tlieexttnt of the amount the par value thereof, Iu addition to the amount Inbonds LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, It may ait as executor, ad vested In sikIi shares J. X fiusli-v- . Jr.. Trustee. Ac. Vs. W M. mlulitiator, trustee, Ac , as fully as an Individual Tendering our thanks to thoso who hare entrust, Fiddler. Ac. Hefts. 111 pro. or Money to loan on Improved tlly to us, we trust thry will continue Hy virtue of n Judgment und order of sale ductile farms In Stanford and Lincoln county al ed their busiu.-swll to do so, and wc otter as a guarantee fur prompt payable .Sniib Annually. Al Court, rendered at Its of the Lincoln Circuit to same our 2l yean.' cxierieucu In bank........ i.. Ai.rii t.irin. th'.lT. Iii tlm above stvled furliish luiuila for puhliu or corratlon ollirlalst ing sod as liberal accommodations us ate consistent or (iiiardlaui at action, the tiiiilurslgned Commissioner will. Executors, Administrators four of the lest lire with sound banking Am agent for DIKIH.TOKS. Companies doing huslness Iu Kentucky ami In btantonl. holders 14, 1897, solicit patronage of pro-rtOn J. J. Williams, Mt. Vermin; comisiiiles doing liu.lui'sa liere. Raten same as other il. li. cummin., rrtsuncrsviiif; WALLACE E. VAHSON, AL 81. Cm door In Stnnford, J. II. Usury, J. S Owsley, Sr., Heforo the eoiirt-lioiis- o S. II. Shanks, ImiuCD, bidder at public Milium sell to the highest and liest H. J. Embry, lt: J. F. Cash, ilescrlla'il property, outer thu follow lug A. W. Cars'iiter, J. K. Lynn, J. N. Mcnefie, orsiCKMt. Xo. 5201'.', S. II. Shanks. President, Prixlueerof combined und Eastern horses . J II, Owsley, Costlier, n Situated In Lincoln county aud bounded good prices, will make the presW M. Hrlght, Teller that sell for follows: Heglnnlng at u stake :i:i feet from ent season at Tk.n Dom-m- is to Insure a livNashville ing colt. Alio Jack, Roscoe, al S5 to Insure the centre of the Iiulsvlllo and 11 links to a living colt. I llEll). Railroad, thence. N. 14 K. SO poles u stone at thu fence on the land of Franklin X. 1!. Horsey Oolddust has produced a N, CO K. 105 Commissioner'sSale J. L TOTTEN SAi.rsM.i.v. uno m, arelllors mi i: 1 nason-nliloialo- proi-erl- (liK-rcen- Monday, Juno to-w- .A. Tract of Land, DORSGY GOLDDUST -- grand-daught- er Owsley farm, thence his lino iioles to a stotio in thu laud, comer to said Owsley and Mrs. Duddorar, thence her llur along said lino N. 52 W. 2.1 poles 0 links to n a stake, thence N. 47 W. 105 jKiles to 1(1 white links oak tree, thoiico X. 18 W. 25 jwles to u stone near a stump, thoiico X. 84 W. 08 ik lies 18 links to u stake In the Dudderar's '"! road outside of thu gate where u sugar tree was called for. thoiico S. 48 W. 52 iioles ton stako In said road :i:i feet from the centre of tho railroad, theneo S. ll K. :il poles to tho centra of the Danville and Crab Orchard turnpike, thence with centre of the said pike X. ii" E. 10 jsiles, theneo leaving said plko with the railroad Hue S. 3SJJE. CO poles to a telegraph pole, thence S. 'iiyt E. 14 jioles 18 links to another telegraph pole, thence S. class of combined horses that attract ers and bring good prices, regardlessof ics. buyjmii- - FIRSTNATIONAL BANK OFSTAMORD, KY. -- y. Attention of the public Is called to the fact that this is the only National Hank' In Stanford. Under the proilsloiis ol the National Hauk Act deiosltors are secured nut only by the capital stock, but hy the stockholders' liability for an amount cipjaltn the stock, so that dqliorsof this InstituSTANFORD, KY. tion nre secured by a fund orsJlU,0u). Five sworn statements of the condition 01 the Hauk aru made All kinds of repslrlng done at roisonihle rates vuch year to the Culled States (Kiiernmint and its assets are cxamiinsl at stated times by government Upholstering a secldty. .Sslltfactlo I gmraneed agents, thus securing additional and pcrtect sotet. loileiMisltors. '1 Ills Institution originally established a the Hank of Stanford Iu IM.V4, then reorganlzcl as the National Hauk ofStautord In Wi and again reorganized as the First National Hank of Stantord IT links to another telegraph .'14 K. 14 jioles in US'J, has had practically an uninterrupted existenE. 17 poles to the polo, thence S. :U .ti years. It is Isjtter suiilled now 1 Rood und 'J4 larger stock of Furniture of all kinds ce-for Will carry a containing 100 Acres for transacting buslnens promptly and libsell cheaper (ban this year Poles, except so much therof as was sold by anybody than ever before and willChilled, Vulcan, erally than ever before In ita long and honorable The Oliver Joseph McAllstor to Christian Koehlur and Silver Steel Plowa:Chattanooga and points of all career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlrms and W. II. Dudderar, two small tracts, and by kinds. Cultivators and Double hhoicli, all Malta and individuals solicited. Win. Fiddler und wlfo to J. C. Florence, wake, the best in the world. Farmers, call In ilitf DIHKCTOKX leaving alxiut 107 acres, lie tho same moro or get auy thlpg you want from a buggy down. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford I). S. CARPENTER. , less. s. II. liougluuan, " Ilesitfully, S.T. Harris, ' J. S. llocker, " T p. Hill, Tho said tract of laud will lie sold us a K. I. Tanner, McKlnncv. W. A. Tribble, " settling up the whole, for tho purM-,ooI.H.Colller.Crab OrchM; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. trust estate and out of tho proceeds there M. D. Elmore, Manlord, will be first paid the lien debt of W. M. FidorriCKRs. .MKS. U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror . dler of 82,000 with Interest thereon from the 1. S. Hooker, President; J. J. McRolierls, Coahler 2Mb day of August, 1870, subject to a ciedlt A. A. McKlnuoy, AssistuntCushler. of $500 paid Feb. 1, lh7. H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. D. S. CARPENTER, Capital Stock S100.000. Surplus $15,750. De-H- jt Hustonvllle, wit'-lacillttes f Mason Hotel t Kculuck lirst.cluss. fc"J IB1IMME1MOIN1MSM0 HM 0M0M0MM to exiierlmeiit with other remedies, even If they are of 6 and 12 months, liearlng Interest from urged ou you as Just us good as Or Kings New day of sale until paid, payable to tho ComTO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAY. as good, bwauso tills remThey Take Laxative Ilroiuo Quinine Tablets All Discovery.record ofure notami leldes is guaranteed. missioner and having tho foreo und effect of cures Dru;nUi refund the money if it falls to Cure. For edy hxs a Lieu rutalned. satisfy. Trial boltlw free ut Judgments. Sile by W. 11. JlcRoberts, Crjlg A llocker aud U. It never falls to Drugstore. It. O. WARREN, Com'r. W. 11. McRobert"' Ik Penny, DruggbU, Stanford, Ky. Terms of Sale: In two equal Installments Lancaster, tabic Newly furnlHiicd; clean beds; Hplondnd Everything moct nil trains. Porters i!JM.b!n,uJ, veii m of tw u&dred laTWUo&s $1.BUJ prla thtlr ttumkL u.- or think Wanted-- An of gome simple Idea Who canti.,l Clilntr In you Tour tdeasi iney may rnwiJOHN WKDDEUUUUN liring Patentsvea Itn. Wr.'te Attc CO., case -- t ' r