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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897060401 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. C'api. Win. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KYM FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 189T. MT. VERNON, NO. 28 i -, Williamsburg. Mr. George Steely Is sick with fever. Miss Flora, of lUchmond, la visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Adklns. The Jones Lumber Co. hope to have their now mill in operation soon. It will not Imj as largo as tho one that HUSTONVILLe. A young son has arrived at Mr. Ja?. Ilurndon Iiim returned from Washington. The i'oiimmi why Land ram's. Judge Morrow will adjourn court ho told the president hu did not want an otlk-- Is that tho one ho ilhl want hero this week. 's There was a hung jury In John had Won led. ease for murder. pooplu arc talking onorally of Our John Gentry and Miss llussoll were strawberry suppers, fried chicken?, (school commencements, the ftoolc Fair, quietly married last week. Hev. Hortnn and wife are making raiders and electric light, many friends among our people. of Immediate interest. other things II. A. 11. Marksbury lm Mr. J. W. linker is moving hii stoi" about 1.100,000 pounds of hump from to tho now brick building recently comthis place tliln .eiion and ha- - about pleted. pounds more to chip, all of fiOO.000 A fishing party went to tho romantic which will pay to tho farmer of this banks of tho crook near Langford to county about i.0,000. . spend Garrard hent a good delegation to Decoration day unnoticed here, Frankfort in tho Interest of her wor one of tho speakers being averse to thy son, V. H. Mason, and, at thl participating. writing, both democrats and rupubll-canTho county Sunday School convenmen, women and children are tion will moot hero A large anxious to hoar good news about his attendance in expected. prospects In tho convention. Messrs. White iV Krcugor aro get.1. M. Meltoborts, of your city, was ting out building rock for Mr. Will 11 1 The head miller or our Hour mills Informs mo that their slock of wheat Is ' j only sulllciont to run about two days, J. B. Owens, tho hustling machine man of your city, was taking orders- for' Ills machines in the West End Tttos-duy. vv - ' y Jar-rett- toll-gat- e to-da- y pu-c- burned. The coal company opening at this place arc working about 100 hands grading track and incline, &c, and hope to bo ready to begin shipping coal early in the fall. Mrs. J. C. Noe, of Sprlnglteld, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Stantlll. Miss Alice Noels with her. George Hemphill, of Frankfort, has been visiting Judge H. T. Hemphill and family. s, visited relatives hero this week. Mr. Willis Adams, who Is Capt. T. A. Klkln has gone to Atlanta. hero as a merchant, has opened a store I. N. Uutalnuuu has moved to his now In tho Southern part of this county. homo In tho Haker Annex. Several Mr. W. J. Sparks carries his tight other buildings will soon bo completed. arm in a sling on account of a severe Tho many friend-- of T.J. U. Turner sprain caused by a fall, near his rock will regret to learn that ho lias moved quarry. to Xahvlllo. Your correspondent is Judge llclhuruni rejected the porthankful to Mrs. Josso Walden for a tion to have open saloons, as also did quantity of tho nicest strawberries of our representative, Mr. Whlttakor, at the season. Mr. .lames H. Gentry was Frankfort. hero Monday. Although a Lincoln Mr. C. C. Williams leaven for a trip county man, I only had a chance to sa- to tho cities after court. Judge Alcorn down Danville attended court. Mrs. .lames Crutchcr lute him as ho d Avenue, whero ho N said to bo elec- lies at death's door. tioneering for a bettor position than Mr. John Williams, of tho Miller thoomVo of sherltl and one that re- House, spends his spare moments while quire a single vote. Prof. K. F. Dar-nu- out in tho mountains making kites of tho Garrard Graded School, which aro objects of great Interest to will not be with its another year, hav- tho jwople who never saw one before ing accepted a position in a Virginia his arrival. school. Prof. H. S. C'owcii and the Tho school election Is warming up balance of tho faculty have been en- hero. Mr. Kdgar Albright and Miss gaged for another year. F.Ha Joplln aro In tho race against Prof. Mr It. 11. Hatson kindly gave your Marts and Miss Grade Cox. Mr. AlcorresiM)iident a rclort of the Demo-re- bright announced his desire to teach Silver Content hohbnt Fork church several months ago. under tho supervison Tuenday nijj-liThe teachers aro now busy ondoavor-in- g ion of Miss Amanda Anderson. A large to find schools. Of tho many cercrowd was prosont and tho six contest- tificates given we learn that Misses ants acquitted themselves In a highly Florelle Drown, Derda Martin and Ora creditable manner. Tho judges wore Hansel were among tho fortunate ones Prof. 11. S. Gowen. G. 11. Swim-broawho received llrst-clacertlllcates. and Kov. II. N. Faulconor, who gave Klder S. II. Farror preached In his tho medal to .lames Durham. The happiest vein Sunday; perhaps he recrowd was highly entertained during ceived inspiration from the unusually the entire evening. The sweet Intona cheerful faces of some of tho ladies who tionsofthc Lancaster quartette were had put down a new caret and beautihighly applauded. fied tho Interior of tho church by a Slnco guards have been placed at a thorough spring cleaning. toll gate for tho puroso of protecting Mr. W. J. Sparks has a strike at ono tho rights of private property and pre- of his quarried to contend with. A reserving human life against mob vio- duction of wages amounting to about lence, a few grumblers havoj Iwen 10c wr car met with the disapproval of hoard to say that tho authorities- had tho workmen last Tuesday, and they better buy tho roads than to pay bo went on a strike. We have no doubt much money for guards. Tho that tho dlfllculty will soon be satisfac aro forgetful of tho fact that tho levy torily adjusted. which could bo legally made would not Tho strawberry supper was well atbuy tho roads, and that tho highest tended and realized a nice sum for tho object of all government Is tho protec- temperance cause. Tho pleasure of tho tion of Individual rights at an y cost. occasion, and wo might incidentally reBeside that, the authorities can not j f . mark the prollt too, was greatly enford to thus surrender to tho wishes of hanced by tho presence of those especially when it Is not gentlemen, Judges Morrow and in their jiower to do so, and whun 'pub- Stout, who allowed tho two juries, then lic policy forbids such action. on duty, to attend and treated them to Kach succeeding administration veritho delicacies which the tables a'Tord-eties tho truth of tho statement that Is business. It Is no longer a mat-to- r Tho District Convention of the W. of principle by which the greatest C. T. U. will meet here the Dili and congood can bo done for tho greatest numtinue throe days. Mr. Caroline Whit-set- t, ber, but rather a process by which tho of Middloshoro, Is president and greatest good Is done for tho least nutn-Ih-- Mrs. Mary Patterson, of Lancaster, especially when that number has Cor. Secretary. The exercises of tho tho means to promote tho Intoro&t of first evening will consist of recitations, tho leaders In tho administration. We soios, address of welcome, ote. On the have no more men like tho old, honest evening of tho 10th, Mrs. Dcauchamp, statesmen who advocated a thing be- of Lexington, tho State president, so cause If was right, and not because It well known in tho Held of temperance, was popular. Tho grandest scoundrel, will lecture, and on tho evening of 11th the man who can do tho most mean- a gold modal contest will bo hold. Evness In a campaign Is the principal ben- eryone is Invited to attend tho services eficiary. Neither morality, character during the day as well as these already nor competency Is considered, and very mentioned. Our town will most coroften it is not true that ho has done dially welcome tho visitors. what ho claims to have done. Politics Tho heroic engineer, Mr. Phil is directly antagonistic to tho hlgliest added another star to his crown Christian virtue. It vauneth much, Is last Sunday night by saving his train putted up, and decelveth often. Many wreck at the Livingston honest men talk of voting no more, and from total Thoy can never ac- bridge. Just as tho train approached they are right. tho bridge two horses darted on the complish anything. track, ono crossed It while tho other President McKinley will visit the started across tho bridge. Mr. Soden Tennessee Centennial Imposition at seeing certain death almost staring him Nashville on Cincinnati day, June 12, In the face, put on the air brakes, rewMoh means that Clnclnatl day will be versed the engine and stopped the train tho biggest event of the whole exposi- just as it reached tho horse which by tion for people will want to see what a this time had fallen, with his feet dangling between tho ties. The thankful live president looks like. obA reference to the records of tho passengers assisted in removing tho Mr. J. W. Ncsbltt, of our l years, struction. weather bureau for the last -of tho passengers. almost tho limit of existence, shows town, was ono of the merry that tho temporaturo Cortez Brown, of Loudon, while Inmonth of May, just past, has been lowtoxicated, wont to tho house of his er than any other. Mrs. Eliza Vaughn, Louis Wllkins, a young giant, mother-in-laHerr In where his wife was, from whom ho had 'Si years old, has been discovered Now York, who is believed to be the been separated for some time. He was tallest ir.au on earth. He Is 8 feet 2 refused admission, upon which ho drew a knife and endeavored to forcibly in height and largo In proportion. o whon Mrs. Vaughn drew a i't Crawfordsvllle, lud., man has been A evirevolver and shot him, the ball endeclared Insane. The principal indence against him was that ho refused tering his heart and killing him stantly. a pension. well-know- hero Tuesday. O. Owsluy, of Kloh-inon- d, Davis' new store-hous- e. n , Several citizens of this place have organized a fishing club and bought property sit tho mouth of Devil Creek, the best fishing ground in this section and nre erecting a suitable club house whero tliey can spend an outing season when they become tired of tho rush of city lifo. Tho G. A. II. post of this place had charge ol the memorial exorcises Monday and a largo crowd gathered at tho Woodlawn Cemetery to participate in tho decoration of tho graves'. No visitors wore hero to speak, but speeches were made by several of our homo elt tzetis. who no doubt did equally as well. The WllllanHburg Institute had its commencement exercises in the Baptist church Thursday morning. There were three graduates, Vane Lester, I'd Malum and C. T. Carpenter, all of whom acquitted themselves in a most creditable manner. Thursday evening tho Academy had Its commencement at tho Congregational church. Three young men went out from that Institution with honor. There were Geo. Gillis, Charles Blakeley and Ben Noe. Flowers and otlii-- nice things were in great profusion at both places for the Last Tuesday morning tho eemetoiy company shot a blast of dynamite in tho well they had recently bored on their grounds to secure more water as tho supply was not sulllciont. Instead of water coming In more plentifully the hole filled up with coal oil for about -- i feet. Thoy intend to have It tested as to quality at once and find out its quan tity. Tho hole Is less than 100 feet deep and if this is a good quality no doubt by going a little deeper tho oil could bo found in paying quantities. The well Is within 100 yards of the railroad and just across tho river from town, young men from their many friends. Mrs. Kinney, of Portsmouth, O.. a noted vocal music teacher, was hero to assist in tho Institute exercises, were given by Miss Gertrude Lester, MissHuby Gatlltl and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Malum. Tho homos of these respective parties wore crowded the evenings thoy entertained and nothing was left undone at either place to make tho guests have a most enjoyable time. The Academy Alumni had their annual banquet at the Academy Hall Saturday evening, when a feast of good things was spread. Tho teachers and students who reside at other places have gone to their homes for tho summer and our town will be dull for awhile after its season of gaiety. al-?e ru-he- b. , st j Our former townsman, J. B. Cool,, was among his many friends hero. Mlns Josio Bishop, of Burnside, is visiting friends and relations. years, of the Jasper Mills, aged Powar's Store neighborhood, died Sunday last of consumption and was buried near his old homo on Monday. Next Sunday Is children's day at the Christian church hero and u very enjoyable program of music, recitations, iVc., will bo given by them. Everybody invited. The telephone olllce has been changed from tho Vondome to tho Weather-for- d Hotel and hereafter the polite and etllcient George Weatherford will take pleasure in attending your hello wants. J. II. Winfrey, of Dunnville, has located in our village and fills a long felt want in our midst, repairing your time pieces, large or small, or any other "old things" that the other fellers" faPed to lix. Klchurd Gentry and Col. B. W. Gill- ner, of Lexington, were registered at the Vendome Tuesday. Judge Gillner is a prominent attorney and is here in tho interest of his client. Mr. Gentry, against whom suit for divorce has been brought by his wife, Mrs. Mary Gentry, (noe Klnsellajof the West End. The 'lightning contractor." II. C. Bradley, of Htirrodsburg, having secured the contract for building an cottage on Danville Avenue, opposite tho Christian church, for Mrs. Helen Huffman began putting up the frame the middle of last week covand it is weather-boardeered, painted and chimneys all built. Prominent among the many conveniences are a largo, line dairy under the dining room, cistern under the back porch, bath room, hot and cold water all through the building, rooms all West lake finished and electric lights, fully all through. in fact ujHo-dat- o . to-da- y d, S DS 30S0SS0 a E 0 0 .E 0 B B B B E3 IBBfflfi i Y Attracting a Crowd With Our Special Values In Men's Fine Suits At Prices that Convince. ! Just look! Good All Wool Suits $7, $10, $12, $15. STRA W HA TS. Than Children's Suits. to date and Prices Lower Ever. Now is the time to get them cheap. H SUMMER UNDERWEAR. Summer Coats and Vests. SHOES. LTp to date. Guaranteed to wear and give Satisfaction. "We can Save you Money. Call and be Convinced. J. L. FKOIIMAN & CO., Danville, Kentucky, MATRIMONIAL Dr. John W. Parrish, of Hushvllle, Intl., was married tohis sixth wife Sunday. All the others died except one and she got a divorce. Emery Price, aged 15, and Miss Sal-li- o Wilson, 14, were married at the bride's home near Liberty. A Louisville man is suing his wife for divorce because he has found since his marriage that she is a Negro. Miss Maud Kirkman, World's Fair commissioner from Kentucky, was wedded to the Hev. Eugene Harolson 14 months ago, and the secret has just leaked out. The wedding of Mr. Herbert W. Tucker, of Dayton, O., and Miss Fannie May Terhune, of Danville, was solemnized at the Second Presbyterian jJgpGilcher Hotel Building. ss tX V7Jn A.C.SJUHEJ STANFORD, FLOORING, CEILING, METAL ROOFING. SIDING, NgsTsgX JJ KY: FINISH. - Farm and Yard Fence.' Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, -- -- ed s, d. jk)1-Itl- cs RELIGIOUS. Kevs. W. S. Grinstoad and C. U. Neal will begin a meeting at Hebron near Walnut Flat next Monday night. Uncle Joe Hopper had '2'A additions at Midway and had 10 at Pisgah up to Sunday night, with meeting progressing. Paris Kentucklan. Kevs. M. F. Trafton and W. E. Smith, the Canadians, will preach at MclCondreo church, Hubble, Saturday night and Sunday at 11 A. M. At least o.OOO people were present at the dedication of tho Baptist church at Union. Madison county, Sunday. Hev. McCown olliciated and Hev. Richard r, So-do-n, French participated. Elder John S. Shouso, of Mexico, Mo., Is conducting a series of meetings at the TurnersvllleJJChrlstlan church. Services each morning at 10 o'clock evening at 7:10 solar time. All are cordially Invited. Hev. David Brunei-- , of Washington City, who Is ST and hale and hearty, will attend tho Baptist State AssociaHe tion at Georgetown on the .ltith. has been a preacher for GO years, hci baptized 11,500 persons and married 2,-5- church, there last night. : Jlmmle Mullins, a Virginia farmer's son, barely 10 years old, eloped from Oats and- Guests River, Wise county, with Mary Roberts, aged lfl, a blushing little coun. try girl, both in their bare feet, and : were married. Alwnvs on Hand at Pretty Miss Kittle Winaw, of i W. Va., while cleaning up tho parlor preparatory to her marriage the ijl following day, knocked over an old gun Ordnrs nt Snoninl Prlr. " ' which was discharged. The load en- tM Irf l.M tered her mouth and she died in great &JJ Ol KJ JMT I EJ C it W KJ MTM tVi -I Jlf OC W v Um trim agony a few moments later. -9 3$ ijj' ... Love triumphed over the love of of- niuv, N. N. fice and lucre and Miss Emma Guy, State librarian, and Mr. William Cromwell, clerk of the Kentucky State Senate, were united in marriage at Bowling Green Tuesday. The marriage may vacate the ollice of librarian. A now law in Now Jersey requires Is now tlie order of the day and of course you will bo engaged in it before long. You will need a men intending to marry to give live days' notico before applying for license and tho women are denouncing the Legislature for tho enactment. They are afraid tho men will change their minds after live days' reflection and And Several NICE RUGS. I Imvo them. Prices Low as Anybody's. decide from evidence around them that marriage is a failure. Feed oF il Every Sort Paik-ersbur- g, THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. C:ir-I.o.i- ',- - - M- HUir N r Wi Spring Cleaning STRAW MATTING H. en-to- r, cal-ib'-- couples. Hev. L. M. Lasley writes from Paris, Tenn.: Tho Lord is hero in mighty power converting and sanctifying tho people. Tho preachers aro mad and fighting the mooting, tho dear Lord pleased and the people getting saved and shouting. Bro. Taylor has; gone to Greenvillo in answer to a call from the Lord, hoping Ho will bring 113 together In Western Park, Louisville, is a bed soon ugalu. Tell the dear ones of Stan- of roses in full bloom 400x100 feot und ford to keep praying. another of vuriegated pansies 200x10 A dispatch from Lexington says that feet. Miss Annette Atkins, aged, IT, died TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY. there yesterday of typhoid fevor. Sho Taka Laxative llrumu Quinine Tablets All DrunnlsH was to have graduated at the Ken- SaleliyW refiiinl tho money If it fall to Cure. For H. Mr'tutierU, Cn!.; Uocker and U. L. l'euuy, Uruggbts, SluuforJ, Ky. tucky State College one-thirto-da- y. Tho annual convention of the W. C. T. U. "Pioneer District" Is to be held at Mt. Vernon, beginning tho night of Juno 9th and continuing the 10th and 11th. Delegates and visitors to tho WILLIAM SHELTON, President. must secure certificates convention The Second Session of 1890-9from agents whon purchasing tickets for Mt. Vernon, stating that they have OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. paid full fare ono way. This certificate For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Catad faro on will entltlo them to return trip. A full delegation from logue Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLBY, Lady Pmncipal, Stanford, Ky. each union Iscarnes'.ly requested. Mks. Caroline L. Wiutsitt, pros. G Mas. Mahy R. Pattkkson', cor. sec. J. McROBERTS. 7 1 STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. t ; -- u RUPLEY THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- it i J Is Receiving his- - GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him Call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. a -- -. i pi9impmimm "pp . 1 " i nin Hi m nn ijiji mi '" ' ,,,,, HV11 i.'J t "H ' " r-""- '! ' ' 'I' '" P'HH'" . w- -v n -- fJ !! t p(n' i'-i- l ' ! A )., . J1"!1""! -n inViilnyii)i'i'ipliiiii i t f jii .wt.t-.- .. i.iuin 'i n - , rnf urn m nil f piniiMyiiini inf ti I jj ii"L" ill T I'V1"!"1. il "I 'U iU W. I ? ! those wlio won the 25 mllo bicycle race over 300 WE ,yiE- comiHJtltors. JOURNAL NOMINATED 1IY AN KNTHCSIASTIC THE INTERIOR n K. Schmicdeknecht & Co., Aftor several ballots and much Louisville furniture dealers, asspeechifying the motion to drop tho IN A CI.03K FINISH WITH OUKKN. weakest candidate aftor tho (Ith ballot signed. Assets and liabilities are about June 4, 1897 Stanford. Ky., 8 the balloting $17,000 each. carried Fhaxkfoht, Juno :i, :i:30 1 '. M. begun. and at o'clock stood: Greene Two men wero killed and others first ballot The Shackelford was nomlnatotl for nppol- - SIW: Shackelford 177; lliehardson lttll, wounded by tho oxplosion of a keg of W. P. WALTOX. late clerk on tho 10th ballot In n elo.e Ford 200; Mason U'O: Watson 170; Frlel powder in a burning building at Charlottesville, Va. H. Hni:.h with Greene. BEMOCRA TIC TICKET. Martin Richmond shot and mortally Unless we know wu nro offering you values fur helow any tliim; on thu unrkct Our stood Greene Tho second ballot J. S. OWSLKY, Jn. prices always stem competition ami c.iroful examination will prove to you the Shackelford MS: lUchardson ISO; Ford wounded J. W. Hudloy, a neighbor For Circuit Judge, M U. SA VFLKY. Frankfort, June H. The conven- ISO; Mason 122; Watson 117: Friol 10; farmer, in a dispute over a landmark truth of our statement. Wo mo always " Com'llh Attorntu.J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. tion to nominate a candidate for clerk In Adair county. Landrum 00. " Jieproeutatiic, - .V. F. SOUTH. of the court of appeals drew an im 12 J. W. Roberts, his wlfo and two chilThe convention adjourned at " County Judge, - J. E. LYNX. mense crowd to Frankfort Wednesday, o'clock until I) this morning-- . dren wero killed by a train at Alma, " County Clerk, - GEO. B. COOPER. tho hotels were hardly equal to A resolution offered by Olllo James 111., while endeavoring to cross tho " Counti Attorney HARVEY HELM. in fact the occasion and the delegate who did denouncing the Courier-JournaTimes track in a wagon. ' Circuit Clerk, Of our goods to Quality and 1'rlcc of nny house in the countty. Wo first cnll your J. F. HOLDAiL not write or telegraph ahead went with- and Post wont through without hardly Homing pigeons turned looo at - SAUL M. OWEXS " Shcriir, attention to our out sustenance or took it in hand from a dissenting vote, while every mention Ind., averaged 40 miles an hour " Jailer, GEO. II'. DEUORD. the various sandwich sellers, who had of the Louisville Dispatch brought for six miles, which breaks tho record C. G. BAKER. " Af.oex.-oenterprise enough to prepare for tho forth applause. The latter paper is as by several miles. ll'J". LAXDGRAF. " Coroner, occasion. Delegations from all of tho now as Five young people wero killed and Supt. School, GARLAND JLXGLETOX counties were present and the truth dear to the democratic hearts was before It went 10 Injured In an accident which occurthe Courier-Journu'jout it is little Frankfort did not know over to tho enemy. red at Valley Spring, L. I., by a train M ist every piece received this senson and you can rest assured you are gelling soino The State convention which met at what to do with them. Tho nominating speeches wore all or striking their tally-hthing now and stylish when you delect It from our Mock. Brown and Blacks nre our of which a statT Frankfort Wednesday, 11 o'clock while Hags were Hying At C. C. Mason,. formerly of Pendleton James, Spec allies this sensou. Prices from 3 per suit up. correspondent tells in detail in this is- and the bands were playing tho conven- atorical gems, but that of Olllo who presented Watson's name, was es- county, ended a protracted spree at sue, was n strictly 10 to I body. There tion was called to order by Chairman Washington In the police station by wns no effort and no nppdrcnt desire to P. P. Johnston, who after timely re- pecially lino. Tho llirht between the new and old opening an artury in his wrist. dodge the issue for harmony's sake and marks, stated the object of the meet, A race war exists in Pope county, of the Louisville disa straight out declaration for the Chi- ing. Tho orchestra then played "Old committeemen Bryan was Kentucky Home," which was applaud- trict was settled by the seating of tho A.k., and several men have been killed Is our price on SHOES, and you will find when you examine the bottom on even was made. cago platform former and tho old ones wont home or fatally injured. One Negro was tied the cheapest pair wo have Thev are solid. Our Lndies' and Gentlemen's endorsed and described as "the peerless ed for several moments. mad. John L. Dunlap was made State to a tree and whipped to death. orator and statesman." Chairman P. Flags of many nations hung in the W. O. Head. An engine on the N. & W. blow up P. Johnson was retained as chairman Frankfort Opera House, which was committeeman In place of Gov. James B. McCreary was on at Christlansburg, Va., killing Joe of the Suite central committee and a decorated for the occasion, and pictures program for an active campaign map- of prominent statesmen were in profu hand and had a scat with tho Eighth Waskie, engineer, and Jim Gillespie, sjHiech beforo fireman and Flagman Win. Bryan. Is complete and "they say" you can always find just what you want. ped out. The enthusiasm of the large sion. After an appropriate prayer oy District delegation. His Adolph Luetgort, tho Chicago sau the convention was one of the best of crowd was unbounded and if the dele- Rev. Trimble, of the Southern PresbyK. C. W. sage manor, ciiarged witn wire murgates rollect tho feelings of their con- terian church, the business of the con- the occasion. der by grinding her up In his mill, was stituents there is going to bo a demo- vention was announced. G. T. Farris, held to the grand jury without bail. cratic victory this year that will set the of Garrard, nominated Senator Win. Tho troops have boon withdrawn Is Complete. We have nbout 150 Pieces of Dress Goods. Shepherds, Plaids Black ofyears. The demo- Goebel for temjwrary chairman, which pace for all future John G. Carlisle has opened a law from Owingsville, tho county official Scicillian, BlflcU and Blue Henrietta., Figured, Ac , to close out nl HALF PIUOE. crats never had a better opportunity was seconded by a half dozen delega- fice In New York. Ho will have a attaching little importance to the nor more campaign material than the tions, which were equally as enthusias branch office at Louisville. threats of the raiders and their friends. State und National republican adminis- tic for James II. Stone, of BreckinFederal Judge Slmonton rendered a Schrader, tho "divine healer," wan trations have manufactured for them ridge, for secretary. All of the news- decision which knocks out the South run out of Clayton, Mo., for making an The Tariff will soon 1h put on all Carpets and Mattings, so it is het to buy now stray paper men in tho vast gathering were Carolina State dispensary law. and it wont bo hard to get the while you have a chance at the low tariff price, hook at tho 25 New Pieces we just sheep back into the fold when they are made assistants and your humble serPresident Woodmunsoo has lsued indecent proosal to a young woman received lat Saturday. fully acquainted with the manner in vant had the honor of a good seat for the call for tho National Republican who was consulting him about hor ailments. which the republicans run things. The the occasion. League meeting at Detroit, July IX Indian soldiors have proved a failure Intekior Journal hopes to add its The pictures were so arranged that Campbell county democrats nomina A hauls lino Bronze Clock with Every ii't purchase and tho hi.--t company was musterud out Call and eo them, of no full quota to the fighting strength sight could be had of William J. ted John T. Hodge for circuit judge of service on tho 31 t. They cannot enarmy and to proclaim Bryan's portrait and all of a sudden it over George Washington by 51 to XX the democratic in November next that Kentucky is ful- fell from behind Joseph Blackburn's Gov. Bradley appointed Dr. L. E. dure the restraint of army life, though they like the idleness. ly and forever reclaimed. splendid oil painting and the cheers Goslee superintendent of Lakeland Martin Grunt, a Michigan drummer, Nine-tentAsylum and M. M. Lively first assistreceived three loiters ut Covington.one All the avenues of escape having that followed were deafening. of the democrats assembled ant. proved futile and the govgrnor of CaliA. UKHANSKY A CO, I'noriiiCTGi. Congressman Smith, of Kentucky, announcing tho death of his mother, were for the platform of 1S1H5 and fornia positively declining to interfere, another the death of his only child and has introduced a resolution to amend the T. I). KANEY, Manaokii. Theodore Durrant, who murdered a when a mention was made of It the constitution In order that Senators may the third tho burning of his home. cheering was prolonged. young girl in a church tower, will have Miss Willie Tabb Moore, a tuaslier Parin, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrencchurg. Cynthlana, Verxaillon, EmiTemporary Chairman Goebel an be elected by popular vote. his neck stretched at San Quentin on in Liberty Fc male College at Glasgow, nence, Georgetown, Elunbethtown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. Senator Smith, of New Jersey, de the 11th. He has invited his parents nounced the various committees, which heroically fought off Talbott Stone, a from each Congres- nounced as false the charge related in to the necktie social and they have sig- included three asthe Senate by Mr. Tillman that he had Negro, who attempted a criminal nified their Intention of being present. sional district. Those for the Eighth sault, and the citizens are getting com- been speculating in sugar stock. The California law gives thp condemn- district were Owen Cochran for r.'ady for a lynching. Tho postofilce department has anmittee on Organization; W. C. Bell for ed the right to Invite live relatives to The Indian trouble in Montana is nounced that Its policy will be against see him hung and Durrant says ho in- committee on Credentials and Furrls given a now phase of danger by the reof minors us chief his rights to the limit. R. Feland for committee on Resolu- the appointment s tends to Sioux may join tho clerks or deputy iostmustors, except in port that the tions. The crime for which he is to make ex on the war trail. The Tongue The delegates from Lincoln nre Dr. a few third class jostotJices. piation was a singularly cold blooded agency has called on tho govern- Carpets Mattings, Hugs, Wall Paper, Ac. I will offer for nale some of the very President McKlnley has been asked river J. D. Pettus, W. A. Carson, J. P. Rlffe, choicest patterns, ropardlcs of Cost. This one and was committed several years grave of Nancy Hanks, ment lor troops to suppress the Indians. ago, but by the numerous aids that the John K. Baughraan, T. M. Goodknight, to see that the An earthquake was felt throughout of Lincoln, In Spencer law allows wealthy criminals, the pen- John W. Walter, and E. C. Walton, the mother and along thu M. Newland, who was county, Ind., Is taken care of by the the State, in Cincinnati alty has been staved off till now. Nu- representing R. Southeastern coast and In Washington, government. Must he made in order to make room for soino largo purchases of Furnltu-which merous people have been paid to con- detained at home on account of busiThis amendment to the constitution being particularly severe in North Car- arc now under construction in the different factories. Your lnnt and only chance to ness. fess that they were the real murderer, John Sam Owsley, Jr., a warm Ma- will be voted on In November: "Tho olina Monday. No damage, however, buy Matting cheap A dividend of 25 er cent is instantly declared upon every silbut their stories were Invariably dischimneys son mun, is on hund doing what he can general assembly may, by general laws, beyond a few demolished ver dollar rolled into my house. Now could you make of a dllur eaier credited. was done. for Garrard's favorite son. Ho knows provide for taxation by municipalities than by saving it in a legitimate purchase? In finish and design my entire stock U The Logunsport, Ind., financier who Certain Congressmen are very soli- more public men than any other young of property other than lands and Imright up to dte and will ho priced on the Lowest i Basis. citous for the feelings of their thieving politician in the State and his inllucnco provements thereon, based on Income, relieved the bank in which he worked constituency. One has presented a bill is worth a good deal on occaslonsof this license or franchise, which may be el- - of some $500,000 or 000,000 says ho to exclude from the malls matter re- kind. therin addition to or in lieu of ad valo- will go to the penltentlury with a clear conscience. Tho depositors In his bank garding business ratings, emanating Every mnn in the Stato of promi rem taxes thereon." from collecting agencies, and they nence in the political arena is on hand Following Is tho ticket nominated by will go to the jKKjrhouse with the same of feeling. would pass a law, doubtless, if they could and buttonholing is tho order of the tho Madison county democrats: Judge, All tho toll gate raiders, except Ben all. day. Men of almost National promi- P. H. Sullivan; county attorney, J. T. to prevent the collection of debts at The various enactments with reference nence are anxious to serve on commit- Cobb; sheriffj II. II. Colyer; jailer, J. Hnnnon, were held over in the Bath to mall matter were at the Instance and tees und they are as numerous as files C. Lackoy; assessor, Thomas Curry; county court to await tho action of the for the benefit of rascals, who though in summer time. county clerk, John F. White; circuit grand jury. Hannon was acquitted. too dishonest to pay a debt, still have a At 12:4.j the convention adjourned for clerk, S. II. Thorpe; superintendent, J. Dave Johnson, the wounded man, was Beyond doubt we have the host Paint on ihem:rket. In which they dinner and the work done by the W. Wagers; surveyor, S. F. Rock; cor placed under a bond of ?2,500, and an say about the manner may be dunned. friends of the various candidates dur oner, M. G. Brown; representative, W. additional bond of $1,000 to keep the total vote ia 2,593, peace. W. Combs. ing short Notwithstanding certain bolto-crat- s racethe called. time will count when tho which is but, Theless compared with the Mrs. Dovie Anderson, a Schwein-furt- h 200 is have sought and obtained nombeliever, of Fayette county, re"Old Kentucky Home" was a favor- Bryan vote. inations for county offices by the repubputed to bo worth ?250,000. has assignite one of the orchestra and it never At Lowest Cash Prices. licans, there seems to be little disaffec- failed to ed to E. W. Simms, of Paris. Her asTold enthuse the vast throng. tion in Boyle. In the primary last Satsets aro Glcngury, one of the finest That Blackburn Is still dear to the The Merchant' Bank at Lincoln, farms In Fayette containing 4S2 acres S6 urday 1,307 votes were cast, whereas but 1,200 were recorded for Bryan. hearts of the people has been frequent Neb., closed Its doors. and a numborof notes of large amounts. This shows that the democrats are uni- ly evinced. While waiting for thai' Attendance at the tho Nashville Ex- - She wasted her entate on tho Dutch Imted on local issues and that the excel- commlttee on Credentials to report, jsltlon during May exceeded 200,000. postor. lent ticket nominated will be elected. "Blackburn," "Blackburn," was lusti-- j At Algiers, La., a jealous man killed The redemption of the county will be ly called for. He yielded to tho desires n woman and then cut out his own en-his friends in general and made a trails. hailed with delight by all who love decharacteristic speech endorsing tho t Too many gooseberries caused tho mocracy and honest government. platform last year. He did not abuse death of Cloydo Lay at BY AN Indiana man, who does not be the republican party, but showed in Franklin, Ind. lieve In pensions, either for himself or many unmistukable ways how the elec- chimney was successfully An VA anybody else, persistently refused to tion of a democratic clerk of the court moved 1)50 feet over rough roads at 1MB IH apply for one. His furally regarded of appeals and tho various officers that Manhanset, N. Y. !!) tW this as a sure indication of insanity und would be elected this year would ma- - A tost at Paris, France, to see how Partl-- s havj.iS inventions they with to pro the jury which tried the case concur tonally help tho people In general. long men could go without sleep, show-Aft- tect snouwi procure tN r vatentu through out Blackburn's speech the band Lu ' u days and three nights, red in that opinion and he was declar tency. Investor's Manual, u book containing con of pntent. ranrtu o( proredure, etc., and Things have come played "Dixie" and the audience call-- 1 T ed of unsound mind. :ob web veil Is the latest and other information, f ntf r:'e gtHmp. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Ourlittof pa'ents wanted, forvihlchlargotumi to a pretty pass when it is considered ed for Rhea und Bronston, when the with tho spiders scattered over it gives 01 money nro nflurel, Mitt with the Manual. free. ' Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c W11 evidence of insanity for a man to de- latter responded in a happy effort. Und purchasers for patent procured the wearer a startling uppeurunce. throujrh our ccn"y. rtrnnrh odlce In all tb ' cline to swindle tho government and Editor B. N. Enloe, of the Louisville The second Indictment against W. principal cities and in all foreign countries. Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se live on its bounty. Dispatch, was called for and made an Newton Lane, for killing JumesRoden- - THE VJORE-D'- S PROCRESS, Versailles. O. J. Hailhy, Manager, speech, after which George VA Jerry Simpson continues to prod enthusiustioof Shelby, responded to va-- 1 buugh, was filed away at been declared 7 PLUM OT., CINCINNATI, O G. Gilbert, An Indiana man has Speaker Reed for failure to appoint lie turn lo tnrntinn thiit paper. rious calls and made an earnest talk Insane because ho refused to accept a tho committees and in his 'stcenth at- full of pension. Something was wrong, sure, tack Wednesday, he said that 3,500 a 10 to democratic ring. Mr. Gilbert is SO YEARS 1 democrat und more of them at Baltimore killed A letter-carriEXPERIENCE. bills had been introduced this session, are needed in Kentucky. Hon. P. Wat two of his children, wounded a third, 1,100 for pensions, and they demand atHardin and Gov. James B. McCrearv ' ""d wounded himself perhaps fatally. tention. So far us the pension bills are were eaoh A Nei'ro bicvcllfat at Atlanta ran in asked to speak und they did concerned they can wait. Tho laws are so Ho was without reluctance. The committee to a vounL' lad v on a wheel. liberal enough now and there Is no on Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock ol General o instantly killed and she will not resolutions then roported. Tho need of special legislation. Merchandise and aro now prepared to platform is endorsed as tho! or. TRACK MARKS DESIGNS. John Meyers, a II. and O. S. W. conU. S. Senate now stands 43 re- true principles of democratic faith, The OOPVRIQHT8 Ac Anyone (ending a nketch and description may publican to 40 opposition, with one va- commends the canvass made by Wil- ductor, foil under a train near Mitchquickly ascertain, free, whether an Intention la cancy, Oregon. There aro 34 demo- liam J. Bryan, the peerless orator and ell, Ind., und both of his arms were cut lirobntly patentable. Communication itrlctly Any thing you want from an cvery-dasuit to a wedding outtlt. confidential. Oldest asency foraecurlniipatenU statesman; pledges to Bryan the sup- off. In America. We bare a Washington office. crats, 7 populists and 5 silver republiOur stock of Patents taken thrown Munn tt Co. recelrs John E. Seurles, of the Sugar Trust, special notlco In the cans, so the republicans will have to port of a united democracy in Kentucky; condemns tho republican State was acquitted of the ehurge of refusing pass the tariff bill. hustle to SCIEHTIFIO AMERICAN, administration; recommends legislation to answer questions of a Scnato Combeautifully Illustrated, lamest circulation of aur scientific Journal, weekly, terms 13.(10 a year j Supremo Judge C. W. Walton, of to nrevent comnetion of ennvfi.r. ini,m. mittee. llJOilx months, bpeclmen copies and ILiitD Notions, Shoei, Chinawaro, Olasaware, Queonswnro, c was never more complete Uook on i'ATENTM cent free. Address Pennsylvania, is shortly to retire after with free labor; remembers with pride Chicago, E. Smcdloy, 51 years of At MUNN ' the heroic efforts of Mr. CO., 40 years of service on the bench. Blackburn for age, and with only one week's training, 381 Broadway, Kerr Ysrt SAM SflACKKLFORD and commends defeated tho fusion bill. -woll-know- - Iteer Satisfied 11 ! : , OPEN ForCOMPARISON Nice, New l, d, r, Stock of (fotfiiro. al o. STRUCK BOTTOM FURNISHING STOCK "po'litics" Our Elegant Dre55 Qoods $tock Carpets And Mattings. hs THE LOUISVILLE STORE. CLEARANCE SALE! - -- n t Chey-enne- Great Sacrifice Sale one-fourt- I e h Ca-.l- I W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. srt PAINT. By?DrLEAD. Heady-mixed 0IL& VARm$f)G$, G0L0R& CRAIG News Briefly HOCKER, of 85-fo- ot il roc;uiEpfDoi.p Pntontr, Wanted. 1 UDDGRCAKinG C. M'CLARY, ri.r ii.t.'yt.'yigfigny ... ft ) er Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. G01-30- gj er recov-Chlcag- I SHIES www y, Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, FARRIS ft HARDIN, that prey on crops. Georgetown Times. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tap. railroad bridgo over Knob Lick Galtce More, the favorite, won the r'LOWKU Crocks and Jardinieres of till Ih being mipplietl with u new founda' I "1 j J English Derby at Ep,om course Wed" kinds at Warren & Shanks. tion. ncMluy. Time 2:11. The winner is an fS ! Junk 4, 1897 Stanford. Ky., IlLACic Hnamel Koof Taint. Guar-Fo- r I J. II. BaUciiiman it Co's. mill, which Irish bred horse. St. Cloud was the' f L sale by has been undergoing ropuirs for tho American representative antued to butt live yearn, State Veterinarian Elsoman was 12. C. Walton, Huhinisw Manaui'.ii. Craig & Ifocker. past two weeks will start up this mornd Tho bos l'.ilnt. White Loud. Oils Varnishes, Wood Stains and driven from the farm of tho Sprako ing. eartbquaku Monday wiw Tin: - i. Brothers, In Harrison county, at the Tim bunt Ih i'livupet. Thut'n why felt at feveral pointd in tills Coins. Judge T. L. Shelton carries olnt of a gun when ho attempted to our paints, lend and oil are cheapest. county, but nobody noticed It in towna pocket full of eolns. There aro sev kill soino of their horses suffering from I'onny'M Dnijr Store. 100 years old while the two oldest glanders. GitKKN bolts, red belts, extra sl.o eral were made in 172S and 17S"i respective l'rlcos low or tliuii ovor before on the sumo strlrtly pure goods. Pee Local buyers are now willing to pay PERSONALS. belt-- , green shoes, fans, organdies, ly. AH aro Spanish coins. our color cards. only (JO cents for the growing wheat, laces, ladles' ties. Severance & Son. Mil. .1. S. IIociCKli went to Louisville Jacoiis, 'Itosubiul Char- and no sales are being made. John and Tuesday. Withers will furnish On, Mamma y 1(5 Homer Baughin.in bought Miss Pauline Chimes Is visiting our bouse, carpet thu floors, paper tho ley," after withstanding woman's long yearling cattle from J. M. Salleo DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. friends in Garrard. walls, shade tho windows, so cheap let's charms for .0 years or more, yielded at 2."i..0. Advocate. Wednesday and took to himself a wife, MUDD and family went have this done and llvo at home. Mil. .LA. K. II. Bronaugh and D. K. Farrls Miss Edith Bullitt, also of Louisville. down to St. Mary's yesterday. B. H. Danks, the jeweler, has on As long as tho lamp holds out to burn have six promising runners in training Miss Vannah Uecic is back from SEE OUIl- at their track at Crab Orchard. Three Corbln where she has been for borne exhibition the llrst pri.c, a handsome the vilest bachelor may, Are. of them belong to S. II.Baiighman. two WO gold watch, to bo given at the contime. There will bo four contestants for to James 13. Gentry and the other to .1. T. llocicmt, of test at Walton's Opera House, Juno Cait. and Mits. thu Walton Gold Modal for the best es- Mr. Bronautrh. Mr. Farrls, who spends the C. V., aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. ISth. say written and read by the junior class most of his time with them, thinks he J. Crow. Tin: afternoon train on the K. C. Is of Stamford Female College. They aro lias at least two world beaters In the HON. G. A. LACKEY wentto Fayette not doing much yet, but its business is Misses Linda Miller, Nannie Watson, bunch. yestenlay to visit Ills daughter, Mrs. picking up. Capt. I. G. Wilhelm is Stella McClary and Mattie Menefce. Win. Fields. Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. conductor and B. B. Saunders is en- Tho contest will bo during the closing CRAB ORCHARD. Miss Mahi:i. Cowkn, of Hutuvla.O., gineer. exercises on the morning of tho 11th. Mr. John Buchanan is much worse. ' arrived last night to visit her sister, It was hot enough for you yesterday, TOTHKI'KN. Sheriff F. I Elliott, All members of his family aro now at Miss Mary Cowen. Mlts. Maiitma GlllMnswenttoi:ii7a-bethtow- n the humidity following - the several of Laurel, took to tho penitentiary his bedside doing all that human power Known licfore. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Wednesday to visit her son, light showers making It- very oppres- Wednesday, John Drew, who got IS can do to alleviate his sufferings. tosive. Cooler, fair after showers months for false swearing: Sam Here-tidCrab Orchard has been preached to Mr. Joe S. Grimes. threo years for tho same offense; by all kinds and sects of religious deMil. LuciEN Gaiini'.h, of the Hunt night is predicted. Fnd. has been very 111 with malarial Tin: Confederate Veterans are urged William Sutherland, four years for nominations without much change, manslaughter, and Nancy Clark, one and now the Mormons are among us in fever and pneumonia. to 1)0 present at ttiu meeting of tho year for concealing child birth, which hopes of converting the town. went over to camp hero Saturday, when it will Miss I'eakl Hl'llNSinn caused the death of the infant. Will Brooks says don't forget to tell Garrard yesterday to visit Misses Ues-sl- e who will attend ttie how pretty he looked at the wedding and Jennie Huriisldo. at Nashville on tho22d. Tin. game of ball between the Stan- and that he is ready to servo in the caTill: Louisville Tost of Tuesday had 810.7." for ford and Crab Orchard clubs at the lat- pacity of bridegroom most any time, or a picture of Wetirun Hughes, Its agent An Atlanta man was lined hugging a girl against her will. Cu- ter place Monday broke up in a squab- as Tin: best MAN whenever any pretty here, and a truthful write-up- . ble. It was understood on tho start girl says so. Misses Sau.ii: and Sadii: Haw- rious kind of girl that. Stanford are most always as wlllin" In that no imported players should take The members of the Presbyterian kins left yesterday for Ilustonvlllo on part, but at the seventh inning when church will give a strawberry and ice frlends.-Corblu News. such matters as Barkis, wo are told. a visit to tho score stood 22 to 11 in favor of Stancream supper at tho College Friday Mkssuh. J. J Clioi'cil and W. M. for painting the roof, ford the C.O's. put in two visitor-- . Our night. Everybody como and bring Tin: contract Hrown, of Hart county, father and une was awarded to boys kicked on tills and refused to play A:c., of tho out in raisbest girl to help cle of Hev. J. H. Crouch, aro visiting Jeff when the umpire gave the game to the his money to build a themchurch. J.T.Jones, whoso bid was ing new him. bid $." and Natli Beldeu f0. Crab Orchards 0 to 0. Mr. Ashcr Harris died at 4 o'clock ItEV. C. K. I'OW'HM, writes us to Belden New French Organdies at 25c. Same goods we have been telling all black, it Is change his pujwr to Mlddloiloro, whore Tho cupola was a dismal TllK public Is Invited to hear the Odd this (Thursday) morning after a lit ge Spring No better values ever offered any where. now a dingy red. he has taken charge of the Christian Fellows Memorial Day sermon by Eld. Ing illness of cancer of the stomach. church. STltAWliEltltlES are getting plentiful J. T. Sharrard tit the Presbyterian Bis remains will tie laid to rest in the Tiiis Mil. AND Mils. G. L. PENNY enter- and cheap now. Mr. W. A. Johnson, church next Tuesday, Stli, at 2:1.1 1. M. cemetery on the hill tained Mr. and Mrs. Horace Brown, of of Moreland, brought "" gallons here and to participate thereafter in the dec- makes the second death in the Harris Seattle, Wash., and a number of other yesterday and sold them at 2."o. He oration of tho graves of the 20 deceas- family inside of two weeks. The symfriends at tea Tuesday night. has two aeres of them and the crop is a ed brothers in Buffalo Cemetery, who pathy of tho community is with them Mou.11: Ciiitbs and little tine one. His variety Is known as the aro as follows: A. G. Pendleton, Judge in theh double bereavement, Mus. "' ..... Hlafc Miss Lizzie Gormley was called to daughter, and Miss Fannie Kubanks, "Gundy" and they aro vory large and E. W. Brown, Itobert Wearen, James of Mr. sweet. daughters and Percales, Tailor Suitings, Beautiful Dimities at 6Jc. Splendid fast colCapt. J. W. Carter, Col. J. Lexington Thursday by wire to nurse Daugherty, George Kubanks, aro his guests. or Lawns, 4c. A the new things in Belts. 10c to 50c Collars and T. Allen, T. T. Daviess, Macolm G. a patient who has typhoid fever. Her Is said that Hunter has practically It MK.HSU8. T. M. GOODKNKIHT, John Cuffs in all the new shapes. Nevius, Col. Itobert Blaln, W. L. health was much improved by the Khca's W. Walter, J. S. Owsley, Jr., and K. given up his contest for John Watts, James T. Craig, John Dudder-ar- , short rest sho had at home. Miss Congress. There is money in Slaughter came home from MidC. Walton went to Frankfort Tuesday seat in Strother Myers, N. B. Elmore, W. contests and tie will prosecute It only to to attend the State convention. M. Hendricks, Col. W. way school Thursduy and left Monday usually allowed F. McClary, J. Mils. James Kinu and Miss Vlrgb' get the $2,000 and over for Montgomery, Ala., on a visit to Mr. In a'l the new similes and black. Fans galore Laces in endhss vaHis claim on tho scat Is II. Miller, Itev. John Bell Gibson, S. and Mrs. White, of the Kast Knd, who went to to tho loser. J. I. McKlnney. Mr. John riety New Lace Curtains just in, This is a money giving sale to you S. Myers, Joseph Severance. Every it would Danville to shop, were guests of Miss of such a gauzy nature that lady In the town and county who has Brooks Is the boss gardener, having not bo tolerated except In a partisan Clara Munition on their return. llowers and who desires to assist others had peas und new potatoes for several tribunal. Mlts. J. A. H.M.DKMAN and Joint IJ. in the romemborunce of loved ones, is weeks. Mrs. I. W. Fish, of Stanford, Ituchauan, of Louisville, were on yes Tun program for the Young Ladles' requested to leave lloral contributions is visiting Mrs. James Fish. Mr. Lummffl-miimwmmzGsffiSterday's train en route to this bednlde Elocutionary Contest at Walton's Op- at the office of the secretary, A. C. ther Garner, of Cedar Creek, who has M of their sick father, Col. John Buchan- era House, June 18, will bo printed In Sine. Conveyance from church to cem- been very ill of fever and pneumonia, an. tho next Issue of this paper. The man- etery will be provided for widows and is retried out of danger. A dispatch from Crab Orchard late agers have secured some of the best orphans of deceased brothers. Crab Wednesday at high noon Miss Rena yestenlay afternoon stated that Mr. Uilent Kentucky affords and tho occa- Orchard, Lancaster, Danville, London Stapp, the beautiful and highly accomJohn Buchanan was still very low, but sion gives promise of excelling oven tho and oilier lodges have been invited to plished daughter of Dr. J. S. Stapp, was a shade butter than tie was Wednes- one of last year in brilliancy. In addi- be present and participate. Rev. A. J. was led to tho altar by Rev. O. P. day. The affair was solemnized at tion to the contestants, Miss Mary .Daugherty will make the concluding Mil. It. M. AND Mil. AND MltS. W. B. Holmes Luk. of Ilustonvlllo. a most addre&s at the cemetery. tho family residence, College Home, MOSS, of Garrard, went up to Middles accomplished elocutionist, has been remm and was an usually pretty wedding. Ilnve been filled here without it single mistake. Ijoro to attend the funeral of John C. quested to rcclto that evening also. Tin: meetings at the Methodist The party was preceded by four little church conducted by the young preach- ribbon girls, Misses Rhoda Carson, Colson. Mrs. Moss Is a sister of the is a good record and we are proud of it. JUNE IS. Manager Gus Hofmann, of ers from Asbury College grows in in- Mamye Batin. Georgia King and murdered man. Jami:s MAinrr, editor of the Mt. Crab Orchard Springs, tellH us that he terest and intensity. A number have Watkins. They formed an aisle Tho professed conversion and sanctitication Vernon Signal, was hero getting ad- will oiien on Friday, the" ISth. of white ribbon; then came the attendrepairvertisements Wednesday. Our people Springs and grounds aro being every and when they begin to "tell it out" it ants, Mr. Will Brooks and Miss Hattie and by that date looks like everybody in town has "it." Campbell, followed by the bride and know a good thing and patronize the ed and cleaned thing will be In apple plo order. An They certainly seem to be a happy groom. Miss Rena looked beautiful in Signal liberally. Mus. Maky J. Miu.nu. of Walnut enjoyable program Is being arranged crowd and are living evidences that a pretty traveling dress of green and Flat, came to town Wednesday for the for the opening when the Lancaster "religion never was designed to make whit j checked suiting, with white music. our pleasures less." llrst lime since last fall and her grand- band will bo on hand to furnish broadcloth vest and collar and a jaun ball will occur Following Is tho program for the ty hat of green, with white and pink children were delighted to see tier. At night the opening and nothing will be left undono to make rest of their stay with us: This morn- ti homings. After the ceremony, which Her health Is ory poor. Headed by U. S. TflOQEU, DO. 38,353. of that ing tit 10 addresses will be given by was performed by Rev. Jasper G. Liv- Son of Klever's Model, No. 29,710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S Mil. S. H. Shanks lias Information It the grandest in the history several of tho younger members of the ingston, assisted by Itev. Farrar, the CLAUDE. No. IL'.COl, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11.007. l'lno, from New Market, Mo., that his brother-in-- elegant summer resort. for service. A fow show gilts old enough to bieeil, and bred sows boars law, Mr. David Logan, buttered John C. Colson was conference; C. II. Pralther leads street wedding assembly accompanied tho toppy votingfor sale,ready stock Is strictly ss In ourv rvspect, with Assassinated. This a specialty, of paralysis a fow days ago and shot and instantly killed atMlddle&bo- - service in tho evening; W. G. Smith bridal party to the depot and bade pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. AVrltoyour wants or como and stroke 10 them adieu. Miss Itena is in every see mv hogs. that tie Is In a critical condition. ro by John Dougan. Colson was a will preach at 8 l. M. Saturday at A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. A No Mammoth IVkln Duck ON the program of the three days' brother of Congressman Colson, had A. M. C. II. Neal will preach a mission- - way llttcd to make a Useful helpmeet Eggs, 51 for 13. A. E. HUNDLEY. llo 105, Danville, Ky. meeting of the Statu Teachers' Asso- been sheriff of Bell county, was re- tiry sermon; Prof. MoKoo will address ' for a minister, possessing a lovely dls ciation which meets at Bowling Green, cently nominated for county judge and the Women's Missionary Society at disposition and a noble, Christian char THE HERB Junu 20, are Profs. W. C. Grlnstead, of was one of the county's wealthiest men. l. M.; C. A. Bromley will preach at 8 j ncter, and we predict a happy life for Danville, and H. L. Grubbs, of Stan- It seems that when Dougan and a sa- l. M. Sunday morning W. G. Cram har and tho man of tier choice. Thoroughbred. Durcc Jerssy RED HODS, to the ford. row, will preach in tho court-housloon keeper named Miller had a MISS MAKY KMvIN entertained Miss Colson took a pistol from Dougan, who overllow from tho commencement serPerhaps tho most remarkable dlnuer My breeders were circled from the licit lirrds ol or tins lanmus lirttsl or swine In eeral .States A Matlio Klkln, of Garrard, at dinner went off and arming himself, repaired vices; W. E. Smith will preach at tho on record was that given by an antitplemltil lot of pi,csif illtlfrint ap fur sale. Hred Tuesday evening. There wore eight to Colsou's houso and shot him as ho church at 3:110 l M.; M. S. Traf-to- n quary named Goebel, in tho city of tow a fixl.ilty. Satisfaction guaranteed. solicited. Address will preach at 8 v. M. A farewell Brussels. At the dinner were apples couples present and they both enjoyed was getting on his horse. Colson R. H. BRONAUGH, tho lime and the delightful spread of leaves a wife and four children. Dou- service will bo held Monday morning that ripened more than 1,800 years ago, Crab Orchard, Ky. good things. gan is in jail at l'lnevillo and may be from to 11. All are cordially invited, bread made from wheat grown before a man kicks be- lynched. made many tmj children of Israel passed through Tho young men have It Is not often that friends hero who will bo sorry to see the Red Sea, and spread with butter cause his ago Is put too low, but Mr. S. F. C Tho closing entertainments them leave. They have done a good John 13. Dickinson, Mexican veteran, is tmlU wa3 Inmle when Elizabeth was of tho college pupils will commence work and their labors have been rich- - Qllecn 0f England. Tho repast was an exceptional man In many purttcu-- ' II l)th, at ly rewarded with souls and lasting washed down with wino that was old lars. Wo put tils ago at 82 when lie on Wednesday afternoon, col11 next, and ho de- o'clock by an art recootion at tho friends. 'will bo SI Sept. when Columbus was iilaying with the lege, together with a program of songs, mands a correction. boys of Genoa. The apples were from On Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sit., returned recitations, piano solos and duets. conFARM AND TRADE, tin earthern jar taken from the ruins bWBW WftN to Tuesday from Chicago, where ho went Thursday night, 10th, tho annual of Pompeii. The wheat was taken bo given In Walton's Opera Few stock hogs for sale. G. D. from ti chamber in ono of tho pyramids, Makes hard work easy. You can get moro as dulugutu to tho Cumberland l'resby cert will pupils in Boone, Walnut Flat. r terlan General Assembly, threo weeks House. Tho most advanced tho butter from a stone shelf in an old butter. You wash, salt and work the J. II. Poppies delivered 100 ban els well In Scotland, where for several tho adjournment he visit- music will render piano solos and duets ago. After before taking it out of tho churn with some exercises and of corn to U. R. iNoel .V bon tit w. j centuries it had lain In tin old earthern ed relatives at Lincoln and other points interspersed drills by the children, and a Sword 1., t.h.i interior of Illinois. Tho wheat You One P. P. Bishop sold to Allen it Lyon a crock in icy wuter, und tho wino was crop I" that section Is a failure, but tho Drill by tho young ladles. There will lot of extra good butcher stuff ut 3c. recovered from an old vault In tho city solo by Miss Isabella corn homes aro grouping under last also bo a violin W. I. Herrin bought of Colo Gover, of Corinth. ..I. which tlnds slow stile at 20c Bailey and soino vocal music by tho of Pulaski, 73 ewes with lambs thrown year's crop, To THE Nouth. The Queen & Crc-ce- It will pay for itself in few weeks, fall Misses Cowen. On Friday morning tho a bushel. Route has Inaugurated a service commencement will tuko place In tho In at $2.50. and bee it. Col. James Williams resigned us of observation cars on the famous Blue Opera Houso at 10 o'clock. At this HOME NEWS, tho Latonia race track, and Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati time four young ladles who aro con- starter ut by Col. Jack Chlnn. Up-to-Da- te tending for a gold medal offered for tho is succeeded and Lexington. Free parlor cars and lino clocks. Danks, Jewolor. Nnv The Brooklyn Handicap, worth & Crescent Standard vestlbuled essay will read their respective . Queen best was won by Howard Mann. Lake-shor- e day coaches. Four trains dally to Cin- Most Complete and Convenient Freezer over offered In Stanf rd. lfcquiresletu labor W. II. Brady. productions. Another essay will also FilUSH llsh was second and Valley third. Dis- cinnati with closo connections with all leas tirao and less ico than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minutes to bo read besides tho one by Miss Stella trains north. Queen & Crescent trains freeze cream. We guarantco them to do all we claim and thoy aro sold on trial. Wall paper, lowest prices. W. B. Ballou, who Is tho only graduate. Tho tance IJ miles; tlrao 2:091. 17 aro without a peer In the South. Voryrespectfully, MoRoborts. Blackbirds ought not to bo killed.but miles shortest line, unequalled train Come and see for yourself. Try ono. presentation of the diploma and medal i will follow. Music by tho pupils will also ought to be protected. They destroy train service. W. C. Itlnearson, cen'l Cakpet and pujicr your houso while Si and other in- -' pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. chinch bugs, form a part of the program. Withers' apcclul sale is on. Withers' great sale begin to-da- y. Second-han- d gasoline stove for feoots Biilo. J. T. Joneri. immmmammmmmnm I gpgpgjig 1 - m m f III lUllUUlU PPm AmQ QUil ready-mixe- 1 (j IL tils-tbnit- ly ,. - - Carriage Paint. Fx-May- ! to-da- W. B. MOHOBERT3. -- mmmmwmmmmm Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, &C. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAR EN & SOV. y, m m beas-eortaln- He-uni- m mmwEmmmwmmwmmmmm $ $ m 1'eg-gott- i New Summer Goods court-hous- $'. JUST OPENED. COME AND SEE. -- & . I m ffewjkappet5, Donatio Oradies, J grand-daught- 1 Caj)-Ito- lu 1 RIBBONS i SEVERANCE St SON. Mc-Maha- n. Prescriptions m Gc-ne- It vu REN NY'S DRUG STORE. High Locust Herd Reg. Poland CHinas. flrst-cla- 11 11 SUUS-QRA- e, I Correa-otulcnc- e I The flfi . Buckeye Churn hut-to- fHI' nmmSSm Will Sell on J I Trial. -- m nt $10,-00- 0, The Freezer. to-da- y. cut-worm- B HICGINS M'KINNEY. rer mtt m. tvevn.tte&iV ftfftrtWJfl. T7 r- - lfMi''frpf fnmm .eiainli Viwpytwf .mWIAiMhWw i: St THE INTERIORJOURNAL VICINITY NEWS. I IM0MM0M0IN ,V40 MMoMOTn .CfJN 0MM0M0IMM OlryJlTW 1 mm CIMOlM0lM0M0M Poultry Vnnl. HojluCo. is the next ditto for Sunday, Juno Hov. P. L. Creech preached at LibCorbln has an ico ami cold ttorno A won! to the farmers. If yon nuke money In I can now supply tho pooplo with i Queen & Crescent cheap excursion to Untidy of up ullli tho this mtiiiy variolic anil Miporlur exou!- - niul day and time oii mu.tkicpmalum inrller limns erty Sunday and Sunday night. ))lant. with They keep Giticlnuatl. Ratos and schedules same lonoy iivory ilily. am making It nrytclf a prtillt ofthiimiiahlirisls. ht rent. Theurr linemen! titan Ml Kuv. J. Q. Montgomery will preach A How of oil was struck by well bormid guarantee satisfaction, (live tun u call. nl our )ard inon LX'riiD.-vI3vi.tlloiiod.T'-J.oa2.o.-- r as usual. All summor resorts are now Israeli that there can lie ihi mix In .1. A. STKHIKNSON. ptanfonl. litvcds. N o Kiiannittsi all ivc fertile hen hl'sl. ers in tlio cemetery at Williamsburg at the Christian church Sunday. open. Ask ugouts for particulars. II 11. lhsl 1'lt Itames. Imp. urtllmtol 15 lfcts, jn.ini Chas. Gooden, of Yoscmlte, has mov2.) feet. 4H f.l On and after Sunday, May 30th tick Sfii PISH "VUG A. It IX ADVANCK at Surlier iVIrliMtfsl I'll nine Middleburjj says ed to Middlebtirg, In the Dello Lan- - ets will be sold between all White Crosusl Whltij l'olih A dispatch from stations at l.isl ( ap, lmHrlcd - When not o paid CS.CO will lie charged. SKIXI that Mrs. Julia Turner fell dead while ham house. JUrii k Aliuorrii. half rates every Sunday until further nt v " ' w Tho Middlebtirg Dand seems to have Slhcrldrtsl Uyandotlc, uinu wash lug. ' advised, good going and returning on i in An ii DiiJji niun I l.i t nil Plymouth Ibxk, ' All litvvds Hiiro alsivo W lnt P. W. Littoral was appointed post- awakened after a long nap and now Sunday only, betwuon any stations at Oil VIU I!IM)S Pros.,. Junction City Ky. KY master at Daren p Mills and .1. M. Ho?s practice once a week. which trains are scheduled to stop. George Durham went to Mill Springs Goldburg. both in Whitley. at Solo Diamond llmif limit' The Q. - C. will run tho first of tho Paint. proprietor of juruitlitslMark paintliiK wood, for IIttuiatv Henry W. Evans, n Kansas City decoration Monday. Hon. T. Z. Mormetal mid iron riiofi, Salltfactlon uiianintiisl All circle excursions Sunday from all Mofs painted with IVan's Pluck lHainoiid I'alut druggist, late of Danville, was robbed row, of Somerset, was the orator of the points between next Burnside and High warranted for years. I)iler In liest Cl'tern INim"i day. by burglars of $1)00 in diamondsand silHinltialvauUol Imii niters. (Iu!raulrcd and Illaik Emery Price and Miss Sallie Wiil-so- Bridge, .vhere .the steamer Burnside Iron Itikitltiffur all kinds 11 If KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. verware. He was perfectly awaro of a youthful pair of near Phil, were will leave at :30 for Frankfort. Renml 4 p presence, but made no resistance. their Tralna leave Stanford at 7:10 n. in. Tiiuitoruitimr.i) week, Hov. Evans olllcia-tin- turn via rail to Georgetown and over On MkIh Sited, Stanford, p. m. and it 05 p. in. returning si Tilford Jones, a London boy who is married last the Q. ifc C. home. Train leaves Durn- ! KNOXVILLE DIVISION. pitching for tho Knoxvillc base balj Mrs. Mack Vot died this week at side at ii: 10 a. M. Saturday, roturnlm; The most proclub, struck Chares Lusky on the head her home near Humphrey of stomach 12 3' No. 21 Train going North leavosGeorgetown at 0:17 r. m. Very Apply lo line of all lircctN, No. 2(1 .?,J?am with the ball he had pitched and fatal trouble, of several low rates. 12 01pm attain tin; greatafter an Illness " South No. 25 " est weight, fatten No. 2:1 "'! '" ly wounded him. Lusky was third base. months. Sl'MMKit TOfUlSTS. Low rate. j KImM "- - mil' in. for all Points. man for the Ashevillc, N. C. team. "" for VM. ififel!v tificn.hJ ""ii ULii'LU . .nHil tu Farmers are making great headway round trip tickets are now on sale from W!$EWif.rCTrillonr Postmasters were nppolntcd as fol- In their work. Willie and Enoch Wes- - Queen V Crescent stations to Cumber- M'rvlcc. tlltts and sows alriailv lireil. I'Il's TICKETS SOU). THKOWIl of cither sex, not akin. Qiiistlons anil ! H.USOAUK ClIHCKKl) THKOUOH. lows: Attcrson, Casey, A. T. Helton; ley have the prettiest piece of corn In land Falls, Rugby, Burnside, Spring promptly answered. Tor any liiforiuatlou enquire ol Eaton, Pulaski, J. V. Carroll: Green- this section. City and Lookout Mountain. J. M. & H. J. McllOBERTG, Stanford. All inTsoiis deslrlii loicust Pods for ilaiik fence, Liberal JOi: S. ISIC'E, Agent, wood. Pulaski, A. J. Deatty; Joyce, Kiland ntlllncor wire fetuxtii and what they Miss fennle Ellis, the accomplished rates and limits. Ask your agent about Stanford, Ky. walitat my aturn iienr Cedar Creek, on Casey, James King; Lorotto, Marion, daughter'of Squire Ellis, of the Doll- ti. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass'r agt., I also leadlinr fmui L'ruli Orchard to Stanford keep on hand aiupplyof plank for feneluit. All QUEEN & CRESCENT. J. L. Allen; Tatevllle, Pulaski, Samuel ing Fork neighborhood, died last week Cincinnati, O. fur bull. Ilia puris; alit boards klndsof lumber Ask your agent for particulars and Shadowen. and aliliiitlisv All sroin deslrlmt any artleloof Utidortctlcor, Train pass Jutictioii City as follows: of consumption. be sure your ticket reads via the Queen this kind rau call on me at my ire neartVdar 4 02 p in While standing on a chair nt her Miss Loretta Davenport, who has A: Crescent. No. l.South .... II ST a m No. 2 North W. M.NlIl.l.TliN. SB 3 4(iiilii 1121pm " 4 " Kentucky Cnsk. Hustonvillo. - No. 3 " home In Nlcholasvllle.Mrs. Mary Dush, been stavlni: at a Mr. Shears' at Dau- SO p m " B " 11 2ft am " W. C. Rl.VKAKSON, No. 6 00 a m " 10 " 8 2H P m No. 9 " to the siple of Vet Lincoln wife of Eld William Dush, fell to the vllle, is visiting her parents and friends gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Offers his and Cusey counties l ull nlotk of LuiUmand C'ak Note Nos. 3 and 0 do nut run Sundays, 3 and 10 lloor and broke her hip. She was alone here. She returns to Danville et j always on naun go no further Smith than Junction City, iietthcr W ! Caipeuter. Manager do they run Sunday. and lay for two hours before help came. liucklin's .lrniVti ShIk. The XIOKKM. MAGAZINE Delng 77 years old, her recovery Is wnttls gotnl reliiililc tigcitt! lo can FRANKFORT ANO CHCIMATI R.Y. Mr. W. E. Ellis, the blacksmith, has The nest sjlve In the world for cut,, hrul.es vns for subscriptions. A very tv. tetter, chapTery doubtful. moved to Cumpbollsvlllo where ho will nores, ulcers salt rheum, lexer all nklu eruptions. VIA UL'OKOKTOWN. ped hands, chilblains, corn and good rate of cnth couiiniKsion will Caldwell Female College. Danville, live till his credit falls him. He left It .iiltltily vurvs plies or noiiay rtspilnsl. Ills r. M. A. M A. M. P.M. be given, or bicycle premiums If to perfect cr Lre. Somerset, Ar 12 M 2.00 233 had five graduates Misses Delia Cox, many unpaid debts behind him at this i;iuraJtersIPricegirt-eviiti s;rMtlrctloii wlcInoner II. 85 prufurrcd All nialcrinl nnd .tain by V. " 11 31 lix. Tor " Jet. City 8 20 3 IS McKohertt, Unilst. C30 Mary Dell, Nellie Otter and Nannie place. 4 50 jilo cnpiM furnished free. Apply Arr i.eoryetown, Lv 9 85 505 ' 1'ranklort, 30 3 00 11 55 720 at once. Green, of Danville, and MNs Ellen Is meeting The Louisville Soinctltinij to Depend oh. 8 40 6 30 Toinllnson, of Bryantsville. With the Arr lu-i5 10 Mr. James Joties.iif thedriitf tirm of Jones A with great favor with Casey democrats Nickel! Magazine, Dally except Sunday In Dr. King's c..i nnitcAw.o. r a. beginning of tho next session the in- and Is having good success. Consider- euxerv. HI that ppvaklii)! id his wile was rew lit ISO Hummer Strttit, attacked Ut winter stitution will bo known as Caldwell ing how "oor" wo all are, we tire for wllli Iji vi)s .ripv, an I her ca Krx'W mi rerious that lloHton, Mit-physicians at Cow den and Paun could do lMhlii College for Young Ladies, and Dr. J. "honest' chink. tor her It xsrnied to ilnirlop Into lialy coflsilmp Kliitt's New lloiwrv tlnii Marine store. C. Ely, late of Xenla, O., will be the Decoration Day was observed at Mt. andwlllic lot Ir It, he took a Isittle Ihihihla ami to of president. ! Olive Sunday and Walnut Hill Mon- the siirpti of all she Uvnn to ' Nttrr from first d.ne, and half ilou littls ctirxsl her lomid and day. Good crowds attended, especialwell Kind's New DiMSirerv lur ('miiiiiiUhii, Ir DIG LIZE. uuaniMtced do and : ly the former. The seaker at Mt. loushs Try itColds Is trial litth-- atto V. II III. is"l Mvlloh-ertwork Tresi WINDS UP A HLOODV CAHEKK UV KILL- Olive were Hev. Johnson Taylor, Rev. Ccl ine TornadiH's and Wind Morms nru Druft' Store so ntimenius and destructive that thu propCo., ING A MAN. Judge Delden. J. O. Montiromerv and Old 1'ivple erty owner should McWhoktkk, May 31. A killing The Liberty Dand dispensed some fitKOUNDIJD ItfOrt. Old people who require mcllelnc to nvulate the occurred three miles from here yester- ting airs. and kidneys will ftml the true renusly In day. They happen every day or two, This medicine ilws l.lertrie Mr. Butler hits moved acros the riv- late and Hitters. no hlWy nor other not stimucontains lutoxieiiit. but this one being a little out of the or- er to one of the Coffey houses. Miss l.ut acts as a toHr ltcratlte. It arts mildly o . the From them as well ns fniui I'lre and Lightand and Klrim; aiMini; dinary Is attracting attention. Dig Etlie Godbey, who has been attending stomachthe organs, thereby slrenclh STAMHtl. KY. Toruadixss and Fires are liable to ocning aldlnit Nature In the tone to Ltee killed Cort Drown. H.'ifiirmaiice Klnirlc Lamiaxj . l cur at any time So take out ti ioIUy In any returned an exis'llent of th. fUHCti jus. dlKestiou Milters Is Jons. Castlkman. school at Bowling Green,-hapeoOn the head waters of Long Branch home. V. R. Coleman had chills Mon- ple Mud it just stier an.l aids need Pi Old ttf ) of in companies. None but what they he and SI W vr at V. II MclUiU'tt t, In Laurel county, near the Clay line day. J. C. Colllnsworth Is selling out rents Store. FIRST-CLAS- S COMPANIES ! stands a little log cabin. A stranger at cost to quit the mercantile business. VrH passing would take only an ordinary Mr. David Humphrey continues very llepnontcd look at It, but It will stand In history low with lung trouble. COMPANY INSURANCE JESSE D. WEAKEN, Absolutely Pure. as a mute witness of more bloody enCrab Orclianl now has the finest tonorlnl There was a "good" crowd at Libercounters than any house in its section. ty Saturday, If there were not many nrtlst In the country In tho pursounf .xxitKl. General Agent. - - Stanford. Ky Celebrated for its great leavening strength and OF LIVERPOOL. UlaKKMOiir.. who handles the scKsOt-and bcallhfulness. Assures the food against alum and There lives Kentucky's female desper- present. The Chicago platform was razor In exert stxle. Call on him when vou of adulteration so common In tho cheap all forms lo, Mrs. Eliza Vaughn, known In her endorsed and the Louisville Dispatch want a clean sliavcor ntxllsh haircut, brands. Koyal.Uaki.no roVDKRCo.,New York. CaSTLEM&R. section as Big Lize, who is feared alike approved us the only democratic daily ! by both man and woman. She stands in that city. The delegates selected to MAN.UiKltS, six feet, weighs about 225 pounds with go to the State convention were Win. ItOUTIl not an ounce of llesh to spare. She Is D. Stagg. J. W. Hoskins, T. J. All guardians. Administrators and such Commerce Building, Louisville. The Hot Uue toand From who have not made a uttlemcnt with tho fearless as a lion and would be a foe II. H. McAnlnch and John P. Lincoln County Court In tho last two years Agents Throughout tho Niulh. 1D12TROIT worthy of any one's steel. Llze was Lay. Although It was a 10 to 1 affair, are hereby notified to come forward at'once and settle thev first brought into prominence a few all men dissatisfied with the present according or law! will lie proceeded anlnst All IViluU In Mlehlgan. W. I.. I A W.O.V. to years ago when two men catne to a field "prosperity" and who will support the 2ft .lud'o Lincoln County Court. lK-a-l Agent, CHICAGO. near her house and wero beating her nominees, will be allowed to partici: : "White City Special." husband to death. She grabbed her pate in the nominating convention, to Stanford. - - - KENTUCKY. & sv Ileal Terminal button. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. IJtf faithful butcher knife that she calls be held later on. A good ticket will LOUIS. Abe Lincoln, and the one she has be put out. IN AiuiJIng the Tunnel C.C. A. S. ever since treasured with care anu one Corn niul liny, BOSTON. beside which Jack Chlnn's is but a pen THE C. k O'S. ENTRANCE TO Order Office, and Feed Kxrhanse, near the lUtlruad Surgeon Warner Mcplug Can. Crussiug, IVpot Street, knife, went to tho rescuo and came YORK. NEW Dentist, DEALF.lt IN - near cutting both to death. YORK. A new high speed ferry service has Coal Vard, Mill street, lately J. I! lillnt'. Ky. A few years after that she and her just been established from the big JerIlurlet Parlor Cars, Wunrr Sleeping Cart, IVItal Satisfaction guaranteed. Cuiupartmeut Can, l.lrKant Ctacht and llu husband fell out and she knocked him sey City dejiot to Iuk Can. the foot of 2.'lrd street OiBceover McltoUerts' Drug Store In the Owsley in the head with a hand spike, nearly in New York City, where a handsome AND ORGANS. Hulldlnz. He iiire your tioVeta read via "111(1 KUUlt" killing him. U O. MtOlllMICK, It It. MAUTIN, ferry house has been erected, with Decker Pros'. I'lanos, The shooting, cutting and fighting commodious waiting rooms, baggage IVtsoner Tratllc JUr., Gen. Pm. A Tkt. A jt. & Haines Pros'. Pianos'. t CINCINNATI, OHIO. scrapes', with Llze as a prominent fig- room and all convenleneies of a modEllington Pianos. 1'roprletorx li.'II. Ilitldwlii Pianos. ure were numerous after that until ern union depot. Tho ferries are just I'Ncher Pianos, Ac. n LIVERT,?2EDi SALE STABLE about a year ago. The wave of and are all that FN toy Organs, Hamilton Organ and other High-Grad- e Co. from the Fertilizers and Goal spread over this remote county can be embodied In Makes. passenCity, Ky. OF STANFOItP, KV. See rnv Roods and Get Mv Prices Ilefore vou and Llze succumbed to itslntluenceand Olllco on !!.! Goods Warranted as ltepresented. ger steamers. They are large 'double W. T. WHIT K. Crab Orchard. 10 Turnout, prompt attention, verr became sanctified. Since then tho deckers," and the landings on both jjuy. F&li up Capital, $200,000.00 Main Street, opposite Klmore's Store. reasonable rated A iiorliou of your patronage Is respectfully solicited community has encouraged her In her 13 Stanford. Kentucky. Surplus, 17,603 80 sides of the river aro so constructed religion and silently prayed that it that passengers can go aboard or J. I. TOTTF.N. Sai.ksman. lly prorliloii of Its charter, drKdtor are a would last. But about a month ago God fully protected as are deiton in National llauki, ashore from both decku at once, thu s GEORGE H lit aharehohlen brllM held ludlridiially llahlu lo fiew out and the devil fiew in. Lize and of stock, therein at saving the trouble and annoyance LINCOLN CIIMTIT COPKT. .C, tho extent of the amount of theirto theanionut In. 10 UAN, B3HD3 the par value thereof. In aihlltloti her family had a regular fight. Living going up or down a crowded stairway. xestnl In tuch abare. It u.r act aa executor, ad V. M. J. S. Ownlev. Jr., Trustee, Ac. with her are two or threo daughters mlnlttiator, triutee, Ac. as fully as an ImlMJiul, In connection with the -- .Ird street In ftpilty. Fiddler. Ac. Defts. & Tentlerimrour thanks to thoso who lum inirmi. Money to loau on liupmxed city property or proand they engaged in a family fight in Ily vlitue of a judgment and order of wile diictlre farms in Stanford and Lincoln county al , oil their husiue to us, e trust they will continue station a lino of hansoms and carriages which Lize's Abe Lincoln pluyed a Circuit Court, rendered at Its fiierceut , payaMe Also I ll i io iio ao, ami weoner as a guarantee lor prouiptat. has been established that will take pas- of the Lincoln term, 1M7, Ky. Box lu luk. prominent part. When tho smoke of sengers to or from any part of New npecial Apriluudeislgned In the above htj led furnish UiniU for puhbc or corNiratlou aiotficialst ' lentlon to sjiuooor SO jean' isanit as liberal aixxiiuuiiMlatlous as are consistent Commissioner will. I.xecutora, .Xiliiiinistraiorsor uuaruiaus Iro In notion. he Hits hud 12 years'?, practice before nil tho battle cleared away one was knocked lib sound luiilln. Am agent for four of the let Dep-.munt.s In Washington City, u York City; a churgo of 2i cents per surjiicoCoinpaule doing IhisIiium in Kentucky and IIIRECTOHX. In the head, unother cut and another On Monday, Juno 14, 1897, solicit patruTi.iu ol irosrtY noiuera in Stanford. Ml. Vemon; passenger for 1 miles or under, and 1.1 J.J. Williams, II. Cumiuliu, Treat lUtesaJUioas other coiupuulo dolui( huslnci here. W. beat until the Dutch doctor that visit- cents for each additional mile or henTltle; e door In Stanford, WALLACE K. VAHNON, Agt. Before the J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, MOIMOINIMlQllMOMI ed the place expressed to the writer Sell to the highest and best bidder at public William tiooch, H. Shanks, S. Hon Is made. Trunks win ue tiiKen ti. J. Knihry, J. K. Cash, that she looked like "One Indian" she with passengers In four wheel carri- outcrv the following iluscilbcd property, E POPULAR J. i:. Lynn. A. W. Carsntcrj was bruised up so. LJze took a month 'a J. N. Meiieks!. ages at 10 cents each: no charge for orrtCKHx. No. 5201'.', rest until Sunday, when about 4 valises curried in hand. S. 11. Shanks, President; Producer of combined and Iasturn horses o'clock the piercing report of a pistol Lincoln bounded as J. II. Owsley, Cashier; This new station is in addition to tho Sltuatixl InIleglniilug county and:t:i feet from that sell for good prices, will maku thu npresW. M. Hrlght, Teller at a Atako follows: livwas heard three times in rapid succesent season at Tkn Dollaiis to Insure Debrosses street staof the and to lusuru ing colt. Also MM01M0MMOIM1(Q)IN1 sion. Cort Brown lay dead and stand Courtland and still in use for persons thu centre thence N.l.oulsvlllo olc.s IINashville u living colt. Jack, Koscoc, tit IMtKIIi. 41 V.. Ull Kallroad, links to tions; these are u stone at the feiico on tiiu lanii of I ruukllu ing In the door was Big Llze with a N. II. Dorsov Ooldditst has produced a FIRSTNATIONAL BANK lit) K. lo.J going direct to the lower or business Owsley farm, thence Ids line N. mountaineer's God smoking in her end of New York City, but for persons poles to a stone In thu laud, corner to said class of combined horses that attract buyOK STANKOIU), KV. regard ess of panOwsley and Mrs. Duddurar, thenco her line ers and bring good prices, baud, a 45 calibre Colt's revolver. Tho desiring to go first to the hotel district, along said lino N. .V W. U.'i pole 0 links to a ics. Capital Stock $100,000. cause of the killing as reported Is that Surplus $15,750, the 2.'5rd street stations fills every need, stake, thence N. 47 W. 103 Kilos to a white about three years ago Lize's duughter landing passengers only a few blocks oak tree, thence N. lrij$ V. W K,les 10 links Attention of thepuhllc la railed to the fact that thence N. 81 V. C8 this Is the only National Hank lu Stanford. Unmarried Brown. Tho sea of married from Fifth avenue and Broadway. ton Mono near a stump, In thu Dudilerar's der the provisions ot tho National Hank Act poles Is links to a Mtiku Xiools. ili'K(sltora are secured not only by the capital stock, life did not run smoothly with them and M!U road otitnldu of thu gato wheru a .sugar Every prominent hotel is within easy tree was called for, theucu S. Is V. jioles but by the stockholders' liability for an amount numerous were tho quarrels and fights. equal in the stock, so that dejiosliora cf this initltu-tluSTANrOKO, KV. imj Finally she left the disagreeable home reach. Passengers leaving Lexington to a htaku In said road 'M feet14fiom the cenaro secured lijr a fund of 8.10,01)0. Klre sworn CW !.'. :il ikiIch rSrZrrirThr n tv on the Chesapeake & Ohio Limited tre of the railroad, theucu S. slatuiuentaof the rouilltionoi the llauk are made m. i m ii ' of Brown and sought to thu centre of thu Danville and Crab OrchAll kinds of repilrioK iloae at reisonshlo rates each )ear lo the United States (lovernmelit niul its the more pleasant Vestlbuled trains have the comfort of ard turnpike, thencu with centre of thu said (ju.raneed assots nru examined at stateil times by Koveruuient ' and agreeable home of Llze. This so riding In through sleepers to New plko N. T H. 10 poles, thence leaving said UpholteriiuatecUIty. Sitlsfactloi agents, thus securing additional and inrfect aalvt to depMitora. plku with thu incensed Brown that he came and burn-e- i making from to a telegraph rail toad lluu S. .1s.4 K. Mi jioles This Institution orlitlnally established nt tho DeYork without change, loIe, tlience IIT'i posit Ilank of Stanford In liUS, then reorganiied aa her furniture, beds etc., which en- three to five hours quicker time than IS links to another telegraphS. polo, K. 14 ile thencu S. the National Hank ofSlanlord In 16C3 and again raged the mountain tigress and she lay via any other line. Ill K. 14 (Miles 1? links to another telegraph reorganUoil as the First National Hank of Stantord M)le, tlieucu &. .HXj ' Hile.s to tliu Ihi lu IM'I, has had practically an uninterrupted existand hoped for revenge. Sunday the Acres Hood and 34 Will carry a larger atock of Furniture of all kinds ence for 33 yean. It la lietter supplied now will, Leave Lexington 11:15 A. M. and 8:50 ginning, containing 10t 'i'i opportunity came. Brown, after filling p. m. dally. Poles, except mi much thcrof as was sold by this yeur than ercr Is'foreaud will sell cheaerlhaa lacllitles for transacting liuslness prouiptlr and libPlows; The Ollter Chlllisl, Vulcan. erally tlian eer lieforu In lis Ion and honorable Joseph McAlIstcr to Christian Koehler and anybody up on thu mountain antidote for cow City, 2:50 a. m. W. II. Duddurar, two small tracts, and by Silver Steel and Chattanooj und points of all career. Accounts of Individuals, ilduclariea, linut Arrive 2.1rd st., N. Y. kinds. Cultivators and Double shovels, all Malta ardice, moonshine whisky, again sought and 9:15 P. M. dally. .'m. l'lddlur and wife to J. O. Floruncu, make, the best In the world. Tanners, call In and and Individuals solicited. N10K11M10M DIKICTOR. leaving aliout 10? actes, bo thu biunumoieor gut any thlfg you want from a tmw down. Llze with the avowed purpose of cleanLeave 23rd st., N. Y. City, 7:55 A. M. less. W. Haydou, Stanford u,nc"u cd Itespectfully, CAIU'IINTLIt. ing out the ranch. Ho was warned not l. S. S' . II. llaughmau, " ar.rU' and 4:55 P. M. dally. Thu said tract of land will bo Mild us ti T.p. Hill, J. S. Hooker, " t. come in, but with knife In hand he whole, for thu iurio-h.. I. Tanner, McKInnev. W. A. Trlhhle, of settling ui thu Arrive Lexington 8 A. M. and 5:20 P. trust estate and out of thu proceeds thero J.II. Cjdller.Crah Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. heeled not and kept advancing, when M D. Lhuore, Stanford M. dally, will Ih) lirnt paid thu lieu debt of V. M. Lize lired the fatal shots. Tho strange FRANK J. HEED, with Interest thereon from thu of orrtCKSi. MHS. U. D. SIMPSON, 1'ror . Write for new surface map of CUIcuco. G.P. A., part of It was although there were nu USth day of August, InTO, subject to u credit I. S. Ilocker, rrcsideut; J. J. MeHobcrts, Cashier Geokge W. Baknby, City. A. A. McKluuey.AsalstautCaahler. merous witnesses he lay In tho yard for of $500 paid Feb. I, 1B7. E. ir. UACON, : Terms of Salo: In two tvprnl lustallinents IjiiUvlllo. Division Passenger Agent, Lexing10 hours awaiting a coroner. D.I'.A., F. B. of 0 and 12 months, bearing Interest from ton, Ky. Who "" think day of sale until paid, nayablu to thu Comof some lmple It Is said that one stream is crossed Newly furnished: cleau beds; ajiletuJed Wanted-- An missioner uud having thu force and eirect of thlcg to pateotr Heavy frosts In the Northwest played Judgments. Lien retained. 18 times going from Moreland to West on tablu. Kverytbing Porters ET,,.'ect.7.0.W .!?" JbT may brlwr Katcntwealth wr.ie juhm xvKUjlEHUUIUi CO., Attor. Liberty, a distance of 25 miles. havoc with crops. K. C. WAItltEN, Com'r. b'j m jet all trains. VUt 15th Illnc-llrass I'm-mI- Middlebtirg, Casey Co. QUEEN & CRESCENT. j CANDY KITCHEN. I Griag Bros.' Puro Bred Poultry. J. T.Jones, ntn Qiira STANFORD, I TOR ROOM n. J- - g. 1 WIS" 4m I.B DUROC HOGS . -- FOE RBHT IV. " "" P. WALTON. the-plkc ZSTOTIOE3 jr. t. suTTOwr, 1 EARM MONEY. - FIRE INSURANCE. "6 Dl-pat- ch s PHHNIX OF 1IKOOKIAN. , Insurance Company, Insurance The i. pOYAl Tornado Insurance I s Caledonian of Scotlnml. POWDER saw Stanford, Ml lifl !!!, R.B.MAHONY.Agt, C Protect Their Property s NOTICE s i' DR. W. B. FliXTSnr, NOTICE BMBEE 5 "BIG 4'.' ST. Bal-doc- k, W. .- A.. THIBBM, TOLEDOAND Dentist, K. PRrCF. SON, COHL, DEALERS NOEL Kentucky. J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons. Pleas ure Vehicles. Stanford, Stanford; NEW PIANOS SHELBY SHELBY, sanctl-ficatlo- Agricultural Implements, ship-builde- r, Junction Farmers Bank&Trast te Kint-Cla- ; M'KINNEY, Commissioner's Sale Pension i iMt Ml 1 Claim Agent, 44 Stanford, - exs-rleuc- I reason-ahleiate- lni. court-hous- O to-w- lt: MOM .A. Tract of Land, DORSGY GOLDDUST .1 I H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and Smith ii LYv Ikon GPIOIM AuSiibini 0M0IM 0(M MOMOMMOIM0 MM SliOMOfNlOINl o MM M D. S. CARPENTER, Hutonvill, 1 am K- - J- - e rid-dl- er New-Yor- k Mason Hotel lirbt-clas- mm OM Lancaster, Kentucky. Idea v ot twuAdn4 laTMtUoaa Hutted. ' - . i m.i iY .f ifi.. n li.'i T - T I n ' Yi I i i- rfA