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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897061501 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. rjrT. . IS '." ny ?"" 'VTT ( ry Hy.- -. I y -- fl l J JJlf 'lKTW IJ SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 15, 1897. LANCASTER. about ..'J.,000. TJio reason the Stan 'ford road was not leased, President I). V. Vandevoer declined to lease a part of it. Stockholders are to keep the loads In repair. It is hoped that the raiders will let the continue e to run, let the alone, and, above all, deal gently with the fiscal post-olllc- e court-hous- XXVI. NO. 31 MATRIMONIAL. o f The Inquest held over the body of Frank Kolsey, u widower of 71, wan Toile Miller, eolored. which who found nt Lupoid', Intl., to Mis Jo-dmarried Inn cistern hist wook, resulted in a Stephens, jul 11 . Addle Uii.zoll, of Ilmiijor. Me., verdlet of accidental drowning at an who In only HI, lias been married and unknown hour, when no other person Mi-H- LET DHTCS AL0HE I Let drugs nlonc utiles yo i really need th-t- u sold by partic ilnr an aiuetaking druggists. 1 i' f. i ( iW f wat divorced Jive times. The brilliant and graphic sketch of court. At lI)estorie, Minn., a man shot and fatally wounded a girl who refused to the life and character of Col. T. l olopo with him. and then committed Hill published in your last Ismio is the VICINITY NEWS. subject of much favorable comment suicide, Mrs. "Conrad Chrisman, sister of Hon. F. N. Hllveii, of Pipestone. Minn., 'nl rellceta great credit on the author, W. T. Tevis, died at Kirksvlile. fatally wounding a Judge M. C Saulley. killed himself after On Friday Coroner Groenlcaf was Richmond will havo no fair this year Miss W'elL'ol. who refused to elope summoned down on Long Ilranch to because no suitable grounds can be sewith him. MIm Hue Irvine, daughter of Mrs. hold un Inquest over the body of Andy cured. Isoin Lawson and Joseph Sears were M.I). Irvine, of IJoylo county, and mocks, colored, of Jessamine county, of Howling Green, U having been found in the public held without bail at Harbourvillo for John M. Gerard, romlverdict of the jury was that the killing of the father of the former. were married Thursday. death was caused by a violent hemor- - J. L. Harlow, an L. & N. brakemnn, ' ' governor pardoned J. A. Hoy- The was assaulted by two tramps at Leba- i "' wiu uings nolds. of Lanio county, on the eondl MIIS. (IKSSIK LYI-CIIKKKY, Some one writes from Hiuttnvillo to non Junction and is in a critical conditlon that ho marry Miss Clark, for seWife of Prof. T. C. Cherry, of the ducing whom ho was sent to the peni- the Central Record that the free turn- tion. pike advocates will meet nt the court-hors- e While hunting near Jelllco, Dcmp Bowling Green Business College, and a tentiary. soy Fuston's gun was accidentally dis daughter of Mrs. T. J. Fayjie, of this Monthly, 2:5th, county court day, Pp in Wisconsin John Gray recently cjunty, who won second honors In the married Miss Mollio Hlue. Another and nominate a ticket for the county charged, killing his twin brother, contest here last vear. has untorcd George. evidence that tho Hlue and tho Gray olllces, regardless of politics. It is beFishei-uianA bird's-ey- e lieved that this was done for a political walnut log shipped last again and will recite "Jack tho are getting together. Winchester She is a very beautiful woman, purpose and that it will amount to no week from Shelbyville, s as valued at Democrat. i,000. It was six feet long and six with an case of grace and expression Adams, ouo of Somerset's more than any other ordinary touicsl Charlie that Is Irresistible. Since her last apfeet in diameter. llnest young business men, was married in a tea H)t. pearance here she has taken a furthir At Hurrodsburg, one Bulger, alias J. W. Millor gave an elegant dinner lust week to Mls Ida Newell, the course In elocution and her friends say to a number of his clo-- i friends Thurs- Sam Giles, cut Hen Mills so seriously liandsome daughter of John H. Newell, she can't bo beat. day. Tho occasion Is said to have been with a butcher knife that Mills is In a of Pulaski. The bride of David Nicholson, of a highly enjoyable, one and the crowd precarious condition. HUSTONVILLG. The Reporter says tho Odd Fellows Purkorsburg, W. Va., was killed by consisted of Federal and Confederate of Somerset have moved Into their eleThe wheat harvest will begin In this the bursting of an old musket, which veterans, democrats, republicans and a was llred by one of her relatives who populist. The chairmen of the county gant, new hall and can truthfully boast section the last of this week. C. C. VanArsdale bought a Jcar load committees of tho tlrst named parties of the llnest lodge room in tho State. was celebrating tho occasion. Mrs. Smith Hansford, of Ilarrods-burof Hoylo county, and were present. It Is said that J. P. of corn at 81. IMJ per barrel delivered nt H. W. Hart, was president of tho Moreland this week. Miss Lizzie H. Ferguson, of Joilerson-ville- , Prat her iKjciune eloquent while making Slate Federation of Women's Club.---, last. a few remarks, In the course of which Rue & Splllman will be In Huston-vill- e were married November about the 14th of June. Pictures The fact did not become known mull he said that they had free dinner and which held a meeting in her town hut free turnpikes and all that Is needed is week. C.J. made at your homes. yesterday afternoon.--Friday- 's Somerset people will celebrate the I am told that several members of "Women teachers who will pledge free coinage. Mrs. Fannlo Farra. Mrs. M. I). 1th of July by having bicycle, horse, tho Christian Endeavor Society In the themselves not to marry" have been mule and foot races, balloon ascensions, West End will attend the convention of advertised for by the school !ard of Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Klkln shooting matches, Ac, at the fair that order at San Francisco, Cal. The Concordia, Kansas. Such an advertise- went to the jxxir house Sunday after- grounds. low rate named In the I. J. has caused ment would catch no Kentucky girl. noon to hear KIder Gowon preach to The Fiscal court, ll.ved She'd forego the salary of a teacher the pauors, there being a gtKxl crowd levy for IM7 at ',i cents-o- n the county the movement in this matter. tho 8100, of them present on that occasion. M. W. C. Wolford was arrested by the rather than make such a pledge. which, with the State tu.vof ."2J cents, Is authority P. Klkln was here Saturday. He marshal here for fast driving last week. Tho Louisville Critic even. Richmond I am informed that he has employed the Maccabees In a nourishing makes the rate for the statement that Miss Nettie Register. Col. Welch, of your city, to defend Hello Smith, daughter of President condition ami will coon return to work Tho Somerset Paragon says that Col. him before our jwlico judge on WedMilton II. Smith, of tho L. V N., is up a revival In the lodge at this place. Silas St. John, shortly to wed Dr. Folder, of Nash- Mr. Homer G. Price and wife, who of Cumberland the present proprietor nesday, the 10th, at which time his Falls Hotel, was badly trial is set for. lately married at Knoxville, are at the ville. It will Imj remembered that a Injured in a tight with Kd Owens, one himself for love Lancaster Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miss Luda Vandcrvoort, a charming follow killed Robinson will entertain Mr. and Mrs. of the owners of the hotel. brunette of Cincinnati, is a guest of of her a few weeks ago. The county attorney of Madison Is In 'Cookdale," George D. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. receipt of a female infant from near James W. R. Cook Tuesday evening. W. Allen. Mr. C. B. Rcid arHubble, Ford, which had been deserted by Its rived Saturday to spend a week here. The directors of our stock fair are father. The attorney load o not being a man Miss Ella Jones, of Lexington, is visitD. N. Prewltt gathered a car very much annoyed at the announce- of family, Is endeavoring to find a suit- ing the family of Mr. and Mrs. John S. lambs hero last week at 5c. ment that Hall's railroad circus Is bill- able home for the waif. KIder George Gowon will preach at ed for this place, July IT, Goode. the last day e raiders burned a wooden the Christian church here next Sun- of tho fair. This conflict would lessen A movement is on foot hero to organbridge In Mercer county Friday night ize a day afternoon at II o'clock. telephone company for the purthe attendance at tho fair and many The law is growing very unMiss Allle Hurlan, of the Telephone property holders have signed an agree- popular with the free pikers, and one pose of building a line from this place Co. at Corbln, Is at homo on a vacation. ment not to lease them lot on to Bradfordsville. There will be ollla which J. W. Kubank visited his sister last to exhibit. A strong effort Is being taxpayer has volunteered to aid in the ces at he several stores along the destruction of of every gate In the route and the line will week at Kubanks Station. Mrs. Char- made in that conneetat direction to shut them county by daylight. ley Crlts, of London, is visiting her o.tt, but some have with the Lebanon and Louis, not signed and they Dempsoy Wilder, ofj Clay county, father, Gcorgo Kubanks. ville system. None, but tho very latest most. iiKoiy unti a lot. uno man, while attempting to take Betsy Jones bridged bell, long distance instruments bee tree a few win declined Henry House fell a who to sign the agreement, is from the house of Thomas Berry, near will be used on this line. the very fond of evenings ago, took a iwrtlon-oa circus and says that Red House, Madison, to elope with her honey and wont back next day to get pumpkins and corn would stop The sale of daily papers in this place growing tho remainder, but found that tho tree If we should refuse the management of was llred upon by Berry and severe- has changed wonderfully within the ly wounded, a load of buekshot taking had caught lire from his smoking torch a elicits the right to pitch Its tents In effect in his shoulder. Ho fell from last year. Formerly the Courier-Journburned up. tho evening before and sold double the number of all othour community. tho ladder but managed to pick himMiss Katio White has returned from ers combined. Since changing its name is as capricious and changePolitics self up and escape, leaving a bloody a four years Htay in the missionary able as dress and fashion. Wo have to Hannaerat and deserting the ship John Lett, of seen true democrats turn from their trail behind. work In New York. that made it a welcome guest In almost Tennessee, was in wjth a bunch of tlrst lovo and kneel at tho shrine of every home South of the Ohio and East Miss Mary Brown and Mrs. Annie of the Mississippi, It Isa hard matter stock ewes, and as the demand wits false gods. Now silver republicans Dunn, of New York City, quarreled avgood ho sold outbofor6 ho reached this are organizing and wo havo live par over the ownership of a dog, when the to dispose of more than three. The erage daily sale of papers here is about place. Mrs. Joseph Frank Is visiting ties, each claiming to advocate the on- latter gave the former a severe kick In J. J. Walker and family. ly principles that will insure National the stomach, from tho effects of which 100. Quito a large and appreciative auprosperity anil general welfare. It is she died iu a few hours. THE FALSK AND TKUK. dience attended the closing exercises of believed that the republican party will It will require a big syndicate with Prof. Meredith Prultt's school here on lose as many silver advocates as the lots of coin to control CI10ST1C. s A DOL'HLK of Friday afternoon. The rendering of democrats will loe on tho gold issue, the .)1.") registered distilleries iu KenSin holds within its Iron chain and that will give the two old parties a tucky. If tho proposed deal is consum- the many parts of the interesting proRemorse, regret and shame. gram developed much talent for comeKnrth knows no way to free such pain, fair light in the future and result In mated it will revolutionize the whisky dy, Thtui through tho Savior's name. elocution and music. Two little democratic victory. b isiness. Alas, for ono who Is so vile Din-- , and be His child. Although notice has been published Tho worst storm for many years misses, Dollie Williams and Ducie Who will not turn witldie, just inside the school age, of I swept over central Ohio Sunday doing When wo have known the Master's am the several marriages last week, special mention for the creditaconstrained to Indite a few more great damage. Houses were unroofed voice ble manner In which they rendered a lines regarding the mar- crojw destroyed and wires blown down. And felt His touch of love. vocal duet, Little Dolllo playing the 'TIs sweet to tell It and rejoice riage at tho Christian church last The hail was as largo as hen egg. accompaniment on the guitar. hour with saints above. Kach Gen. John B. Gordon, commander-in-chie- f Thursday. The church was decorated Hide on in triumph, Savior King, The otlicers of tho Kentucky Growof tho United Confederate Vetwith the rarest (lowers, most beautifulSalvation to the people bring. ers Insurance Co., of Lexington, have ly and artistically arranged. Miss Lu- erans, asks them to preparo for the sea meeting of their Lincoln counof called Harry Whallen, a traveling circus lu Hatson dispensed sweet music ami lection, at tho Nashville ty K)lley holders to be held at Huston-vlll- o performer, was cut open at his own re- everything conspired to mako It the some ono else as commander. next Thursday, the' 17th. at 2 i Rev. Wash Craft, a primitive Bap- M. quest at tho German hospital at St. most brilliant event of the season. The n and undisputed It Is a Louis and fully three handsful of hard-war- o bride was, If possible, more beautiful tist minister of Knott county, is on fact that there exists a strong combine which ho had swallowed within than ever and the groom was quite trial in tho Floyd circuit court for tho between the old line (Ire Insurance compast two weeks wore taken from handsome. Miss Mary Robertson, of alleged murder of William Hlggins 10 panies, and they usually fight the his stoiiiuch. It Included jweket knives, Kllzabcthtown, was maid of honor and years ugo. companies that dare invade the y nails, taoks, screws, staples J. Y. Robinson was best man. W. O. The American Book Company Jms very thrcshhold of their relm. Then and glass. Whallen poses as a human and Letcher Owsley and Joe and Fleeco sued tho president of Iowa College, at why should these farmers' companies Ho ostrich and says this Is tho first tlmo Robinson were ushers. The ceremony Grinnell, la., for $100,000 for malicious Idle and not protect themselves against by Elder Georgo.Gowen was very Im- libel In charging bribery and corrupt his diet has disagreed with him. these organized, moncyeu enemies. Tho made to assosslnato pressive. The couple is related to some methods, An attempt was farmers in these days of prosperity aro , Two of tho Kurds, accused of being capable of attending to of tho French of the largos', and most prominent famPresident Felix Fau'-etheir business connected with tho murder of Frank in this line and protecting each republic, at Paris. A bomb was ex- ilies iu the State. other. The cruel turnpike war is over for Lonz, of Pittsburg, Pa., died in prison W. R. ploded under his carriage while ho was Williams is tho agent for tho A man tho present, a (lag of trttco having been and tho others arrested for the crime above company for tho territory South on his way to Long Champs. hoisted by tho fiscal court, tho owners escaped. been arrested. named Gallot has of Kentucky river and informs us that Capt. Georgo A. Tillett, of Knox-villWilcox, a traveling man from of the roads having accepted the terms James shot his John Glenm he is daily writing applications for pol Saratoga, N. Y., was found dead In his otTorcd, and the raiders, getting just ieies und agencies. room at tho Gait House, Loulsvlllo. what they want, free roads, will now to death, at Rlvordalo, Tenn., because proceed to glvo us a temporary restaud ho treated tho former's daughter bad- Of $400,000 just received in Now Apoplexy Is assigned ai the cause. was killed and four wore If bonds aro voted in November It will York from tho Baroness do Hlrsch Ono man seriously wounded in u general fight at bo permanent. Tho court leased all Asa W. FIsk, of Boston, son, of tho charity fund for the benefit, of poor ' Rock Springs, Va., which camo up tho roads In tho county, except part of late California capitalist, who was cut Jews, $200,000 will bo expended in aftho Stanford road, until Dec. 1, for a otf iu the will, has brought suit against fording relief and health in tenement over a school trustee election. fc Co., employing sum equal to the toll collected for tho his father's estato for $1,099,004. Improvements, while $130,000 will jo Coleman, Shields A school teacher named Lipp tired toward tho erection and endowment of several hundred men in their rolling same tlmo last year, or about $4,500. mill at Warren, O., havo closed down This deal will save the county about Into a crowd of charivaris at Rover, a manual training school for Russian $30,000, as guards would havo cost Ark., and killed Miss Leona Goodman. and Romanian Jews. on uccount of lack of business. -,m -- Pent. and (lieu only Pure Drugs such as are We Keep Only The Best. Wo can't nflbrd to carry a giaiti of nuy tiling that isn't the best. Hemember these facts when the time comes fur you to patronage a dinggtst. Intent medicines of known merit. Best rcrftt nerieJ. Toilet Soaps the pine and safe sort, Combs, Brushes and Baby Bottles. ) - '' PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 'Kzi ' "K ,'sSir irfmr . , i C ." I Mil II IIkIw Ml H8H g, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. J. H. INTERIOR - BUILDING: JOURNAL Writo For Host of Proporties For Sale. J.nnd Exclusions condncled, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated. Abstracts Furnished, Bents Collected Wiite (o J II SOWDEB, Stanford, Ky. re-M)- SOPER. MANAGER. 1 METAL ROOFING. FLOORING. fool-Ishyou- A.C.SINEM CEILING, OT"v NT r ( SIDING, KYI Toll-gat- anti-mo- b Farm xsfr a,nd Yard Oats and Always on Hand at STANFORD, FINISH. Fence- - I Brad-fordsvil- lo Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, f al Feed of Every Sort THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. Car-Loa- d Orders nt Special Prices. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. WILLIAM SHELTON, Tho Second Session of seven-tenth- STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. President. 1800-9- OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TJH, 1897. For fill information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New logue Address, MRS. KANNIK S S.VUFLEY. ! de-ser- Lv Cata- Stnnford. Ky. 4 Cook-Owsle- y THE Ut.Ue.QflA.S3 HERD , ThoroughTarsd Duroo Jsrss; Hi fx-i- HOBS, re-uni- well-know- My breeders were wlrcteU from t lie t of of tliis famous I in til of swine (n tcteral State A iliiitltil lot of pigs of illnYrent axes for sale. Urol (own u pKH:ialty SatUtactluugiurauteeU. ollciteJ. Adilreu Corres-IKHkleiu- R. H. BRONAUGH. " ib Orchard, Kjr. THC ten-penn- Queen &Crescent teaches the principal cities of the South with a Rervlce of superbly appanted through trains. Diy Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chatta- nooga. Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot bpnngs and Ashcville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe m, and Shreveport. 'i nrouga i ounsi oieepera iu jus ivugcics uuu Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, Jftftf San Francisco. via New Orleans or via Shreveport. JBPJiP" Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati ' iM2fiik Free Parlor nritu n'Krv nrrntnmnilatloti to natrons. - , n...u ..... j UOrS .LtCXinglOU lO route , e, son-lu-la- 4 ..! ;i uc, iuiiui aunuujtirir Uon Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and uutmuuu. W. 3SF- - jllBjl I Chattanooga, Cbaa.W.Zell, Mv. Pau'r Jgt., Cincinnati, a O. Q. Blnearton, P. S., Cincinnati, O. .". u 4. "',: f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - June 15. 1897 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fo AjShte CVL; S. J- SHACKELFORD " Circuit Juiiye, Jf C.SAl'FLEY. ' ComUth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr ' SORTll. " Repmaitatiw, E. LYNX. " Count Judge, - GEO. D. COOPER. " County Clerk, - J. " Circuit Clerk, -- J. F. 110LDAM. SAUL -- " Sheaf, ' Jailer, V. OlKifcYtf " Atvwor, " Coroner, 6'iyit. GA School, DEBORD. C. G. BAKER. WM. LASDGRAF. RLAND JIXGLETOX 11'. G0. Mil. McKlNLKY proved a hip drawing cnrd for tho Nashville centennial. Peopie Hocked f.om hundreds or miles around to see what a live president looks like and the gate receipts ran up to a large figure. His speech was decidedly common place, however, being the State and the achievements of its citizens. It was not near up to Gov. Bradley's address, nor did it approach Gov. Taylor's oratorical gem in any particular, which consludcd as follows: "I pledge them the honor of Tennessee that while they remain in our borders, the tariff question shall bo outlawed by our hospitality and the money question shall bo strangled by our courtesy. And when they depart from us we will pin upon the lapels of the President and each one of his party a sweet The Southern people did all in their power to make the stay of the president pleasant and he went away feeling that the South isn't such a bad place after all and fully impressed with the fact that her resources, like her hospitality, are practically forget-- a rather poorly expressed hiutory of me-not." boundless. he has no intention of being a candidate for appellate clerk and very frankly admits that we were right when we remarked that what little brains he had were by a freak of nature located in his bowels. Both the assertion and the admission show that the judge is not such "a natural born dern fool," as Sut Lovingood elegantly termed a certain class of idiots as one would take him to be, and that there is some hope for the massive and good natured old tub of intestines, even if he does indulge in some incongruvial remarks on our personal pulchritude. No one who has ever seen that turgid mass of fat, which people through courtesy call Judge Yost, can feel anything but pity that nature should have wasted so much adipose tissue on so little gray matter. A 6eat in a circus side show is the only proper place for such lusus natural. Judge Yost says Y H. C. EVANS, Tennessee's would-b- e boss whom MeKinley made commissioner of pensions, was so afraid the people wouldn't know he was on intimate term? with the president that he hustled him at onco to his house in Chattanooga and snubbed the committee that went to wuit on the president and tender him a public reception. In cussing everybody-- Is consequence, very small Evans and telling what a lotato he is. h 1 Y That is indeed a sweet scented set of A (Jurrr Ail. nonentities the sign the call for a "National" democratic convention. There "Good stylish bicyclu, $30, for sale by a young lady enameled black and are IB of them and their appeal will be adopted by a vote of .'12 to 110. was worth $10,000. geaied to 08. Addrecs," etc. Advernumber Is supposed to as futile as their Rejwrts from a number of tobacco tisement in L. A. W. Bulletin. be unlucky. Having helped to turn News Briefly Told growing counties In Kentucky Indicate the State over to the republicans these Unite tlic lleternc. John L. Sullivan has challenged a large reduction in acreage as com seekers for fame want to keep it there Dollic Was it a quiet spot whero year. pared with last while they,monkey yet a little longer Fitzsimmons. E. D. Stairs:, of Vunarsdall & Co., you kissed Mollio? Another daughter was born to tho and good for this as statesmen too pure Chollie No. It was on tho mouth. llustonvllle, was here Monday and Czarina of Russia. wicked world. from Yonkers Statosman. Gov. Budd, of California, has repriev bought 200 bushels of old wheat Brown Bros, at 00c Jessamine JourPerfectly SutUfitctiiry. Gov. Bradley, on being appealed ed Durrant until July I). Whato'er may Ih tho rtutton. Two attaches of a circus were killed nal. to to restore certain convicts to their Whatever U tho couw, An aged bay mare, good walker.came rights as citizens, because they would by lightning at Wahpeton, N. D. Tho "ins" nro never kicking Owner On tho civil service law 8. vote the republican ticket, made the More than 100 persons perished in to my place three weeks ago. -- Detroit New. can get her by paying for her keep and statement that such the burning of a temple in China. very remarkable Sandldge, Shelby fact of itself did not entitle the men to John Buchanan died at Licking, of this notice. Silas iriitrnllty Iiiiolblr. City. havo their civil rights restored. Here- hiccoughs after 10 days' Buffering. Hungry niggins Which aro you fer James M. Gordy was hanged at, .T. M. ViinMoter sold to J. U. Jotm- tlio Greek or tho Turk? tofore that had been regarded as a son over 100 ewes, to go last half of Jupleasant to note Georgetown, Del,.' for wife murder. Weary Watkins I am ag'in anything plea and it is John- - that rhymes with work. Indianapolis Nino persons were killed and 2.j tn.'lv. at $1.50. a very low figure. that it wont go hereafter. ' son also bought 21 cattle at Journal. jured in a railroad wreck in England. which permitted the c ueuvcre.i irum um.u -- u lu.,u- Communities ByronlMcClelland.pno of tho best lie, to SUgi. Ailfnixitn turnpike fiends to sow tho wind are now known men of the turf, died ut Lexing ll.. "What club would you adviso mo to Guards at reaping the whirlwind. The big wheat growers of Jessamine join?" ton. tho tollgatcs aro an expensive luxury, Sweet, of Wabash, Ind., county are forming a combine and will Miss Sadie "The Elks. They havo somo great but they should be put at every gate died from tho effects of a pet squirrel's make an effort to hold their grain tins i stags." Brooklyn Life. that their presence is necessary. The bite. year by stowing it away and borrowchecking of lawlessness and the restoA young lawyer ut Cannelton, Ind., ing money on it until a fair price for ration of order are worth all they cost has sued a young ludy for $3,000 for the cereal can be realized. und mobs should be suppressed if it slander. J. W. Bales, agent for Schwartz-chil- d CRITTENDEN SPRINGS the counties. bankrupts s & Co., bought of Walker & It is said that a Boston firm last week MARION, CRITTENDEN CO., KY. 1 Ilerdon, 8.") head of l,.r00 iound export THE advance agent of prosperity, as borrowed $1,000,000 In New York at L C. Hurst, of Albany, 4 jccattle at McKihlcywas called ho as to catch per cent. sold 218 to A bean lodged In the throat of J. W. was hero with 500 sheep and A Delightful Summer Resort. campaign, brought suckers during the son at Tyrone and tho J. A. Vlnce, of Jessamine, at $2.40. along with him of return- Hackney's little no evidences Richmond Register. Mail; Splening prosperity, but his visit or some- boy died! Railroad; A big crowd attended court yestcr-da- Cloo to did Music: Double Daily Tho Indiana supremo court declared Table thing else helped to send the mercury but very little business was done. Tor Terms, write to three-cen- t street car fare law conup and Increase the trade in palm leaf the There were about lfiO cattle on tho mar- TIIURVAN.VCOOK, Titous., - Marlon, Ky under a heavy stitutional. .fans, which aro to labor The Indiana Jeans Co. got the labor ket and probably 100 of them changed tariff when tho Dingley abortion of Kentucky convicts to manufacture hands. Hudson & Page, of Adair, sold tho Wilson bill. Joab Rigney :i0 steer calves at $1.").7.". jeuns clothing. bunch of heifers at 21 and some Fred Williams, an Osgood, Indiana, sold a MRS. U.D.SIM l'SON, 1'ror . PaRDOXICAL as It may appear, th Butcher stuff was slow at only black man in Congress is White. youth, was killed by being thrown from cows at 2Jc. x Kentucky. 2 to 2lc. Woods & Lynn bought u car Lancaster, He represents a South Carolina dis- a "Hying jenny." $!) to French, who was hanged at load of cows, stags and Btecrs at reJames trict and averages well up with his hogs at 2!c and 112 sheep Newlv furnished: clean beds; snlendsd publican colleagues in ability and is Rockford, 111., for wife murder, fainted :ic: a lot of was no demand for table. Everything Portera of them in blood, as he is as the black cap was pulled oved his for$22."i. There far ahead 89 moet all trains. or mules. horses head. doubtless the Bon of a statesman. 1875-100- 0 1)5-1- JohrfBatts, a prominent planter, livAl.u is far from being lovely in the George ing near Harriman, Tenn., was fatally republican camp in tho Tth. o gored by a mad bull. Denny has been made referee in Thomas Hendricks, who recently appointment matters, and he is Wellusing his position to punish those who buried his eighth wife, died at week. opposed his candidacy for Congress ington, O., last II. 11. Turner, an insane patient, last year and advocated tho support of Breckinridge for Die ofliee. He formerly of Louisville, suicided in the Billy also seems to have 11 special animosity Ilopkinsvlllo Asylum. Archbishop Janssens died on board against Col. Sam Roberts, of the Lexington Leader, whom he characterizes the steamer Creole on his way to Now in his crushing way as one of tho-- e York from Now Orleans. Benjamin Nichols, the oldest bicyc"d- -n little Ohioans." It is only nec essary to give men of Denny's calibre list of Columbes. O., fell dead from his rope enough and they will soon hang wheel after a rapid spin. Troops were ordered out to protect themselves, as well as burst up the parand to two Negro brutes in jail at Huntsvillo, ty which makes them leaders, this cud wo would put not a straw in Ala., from mob violence. Harry White shot and killed his wife their paths. while she was looking at the presidenThe Frankfort Argus says the ma- tial parade at Nashville. jority of people who comM)a the auLou Bramble, at 7 to 1, won the rich diences of Revivalist B. F. Mills would Lntonlu Oaks. Shosta Water was secgo into hiding if the grand jury was in ond and Whlto Frost third. session. One would have guessed the Gov. Bradley refuses to pardon Wilcomposition of an audience that would liam M. Shipp, the defaulting cashier sit and listen to such rot as the preach- of tho Midway Deposit Bank. er is alleged to have made anent tho Sparks from her pipe set tire to Mrs. Like Thomas Heasr's clothing and she was democratic convention. late preacher, like congregation. burned to death near Ashland, O. Thompson &. Jones, general mer. IT is reported that acting Gov. 111., fought over u murderer chants at Falrvlew, were fatally injurpardoned a und both tho other day for no other reason than settlement ed. that he testified before the InvestigaFmir railway washouts, a $25,000 lire ting committee that tho prison fare is of minor losses, tell tho talo a as good now as under democratic rule. and host at Denver and in that vicinBut come to think of it, this is as good of a storm ity. a reason as any for letting out a vile Charley Meyers and Lee Powell, two murderer on the community that had colored convicts, fought at Eddyvllle banished him. prison and Powell was stabbed to Gov. Bradley has gone to Colorado death. recuperaJohn Llpe,' of Pope county, Ark., Springs for a tion and old man Worthington Is again shot into a crowd which had gathered running the pardon mill at full pres to serenade him and killed Miss Leona sure and tremendous output. Now is Goodman. W. D. Carroll, a Rosovllle, 0.,man, the time to apply. wound ui a snree by sitting on a rail road track and letting a freight grind POLITICS him to pieces. Hon. Jere South, elected lieutenant governor of Arkansas, is from Frank FARM AND TRADE, fort, Ky. James L. Waddle, a No. 1 man. is beJ. E. Wright lost a valuable steer ing urged by the democrats of Pulaski from eating clover. to run for county judge. O. P. Huffman bought of John Tray-lo- r J. Hunt McMurtry, of Garrard, is a lot of butcher stuff at2c. sj)oken of as a republican entry for G. A. Swinebroad bought of J. B. clerk of tho court of appeals. He is Green a bunch of heifers at .'lo. school superintendent at present. Fifty-si- x lambs sold by Joe Hlldreth, The Texas House after a long wran at 5e, averaged W pounds. Paris Nows. gle decided to appoint a committee to thoroughbred yearlings Thirty-nin- e Investigate the charge that Northern sold at Luton in Saturday at an average professors in the State University are of $HM. teaching republican politics. James Baker bought In Casey and The formal call for the republican Adair a bunch of heifers and steers at State convention, to be held August 10, 2f to Hie. at Louisville, has just been issued by J. II. Boone bought of C. B. Sampson Chairman Harnett. There will be 1,012 and others 200 lambs at 4c for July 20 delegate votes in the convention. delivery. Occasionally the Senate turns from W. P. Givens' Three Bars, by the trusts and combines and does somewon a race at Latonia, one By a thing for the poor consumer. In 1:41!. mile Senato amendment to the Uingley bill Wm. Faircloth bought 7,000 bushels foreign built yachts can now be brought of the growing wheat crop at 05c duty free. Woodford Sue. John M. Higginbotham, of LancasS. M. Owens sold in Cincinnati a car ter, has been appointed a delegate to load of lambs at ."le. He made ?1.70 the National Farmers' Congress of tho on the car load. Agri United States and The cotton crop reiiort gives tho tocultural Parliament, which meets in tal acreage as 2,0!)1,:!U, as against St. Paul August 31. bust year. The shock of a foot ball accident F. M. Ware at McKinney Is agent for caused a Buffalo youth to forget his Buckeyo Harvesting Machines. Call past life. Unless there has been a on him for all kinds of repairs. great deal of libel atloat, It might be Covington & Arnold, of Richmond, comforting for a few United States have bought a car load of corn from Senators to get together atho nucleus Potts it Duerson, of Madison, at $1.50. of a foot ball team. Thompson Bros., tho racehorse men, The first test vote in the Senate refused $11,000 each for their 2ti head of showed that amendments lo the sugar bangtails. Charles Fleishman made schedule approved by the republican the offer. caucus are sure to be adopted. The The Grand Prix de Paris, the chief changing tue event of tho French turf, was won by caucus amendments was Doge, owned M. J. Arnaud. The raco to 1 House rate of post-olllcWor-thingt10-ye- ar Additional Local, Excursion. I lev. Walter Lackey asksustosay that tho South District Association of Baptists will convene at Elizabethtown Thursday and continue over Sunday. An excursion will be run from here Sunday at $1.0 for the round You nro after we now have It and in greater nbundanco than over before It Httikes s trip. Special rates will be made you in two ways. 1st, with eathmiasai when you see tho goods and 2nd slmt-lin- g returning who go on the excurwhen you hear tho price. Don't take our word for it but read our prices. Tliey sion and want to remain several days. do the talking trustee,, For Next Session.-T- he V of the Stanford Male and Female Acad?i ig emy met Saturday afternoon and after & S' ,mJ ," " lit) S electing W. M. Bright a trustee in tho dqle-gate- If It Is Bargains I place of Mr. loseph Suverance, deceased, selected as principal for next session, Prof. Hardin Craig, of Owons-borMies Mattlo Paxton was then, chosen as his assistant. Prof. E. L. Grubbs was unanimously chosen by the trustees of the public school and Miss Annie McKinney defeated a Held of nearly a dozen for assistant. The selections are all good and they insure lirst-rat- e schools for tho coining ses" sion. o. mniwTWi mJ $2.50 1 For a tlnu grny Caiinere Suit worth ro. $5.00 $8.00 Buys a tine Blue, Black or Uroy Cheviot Suit worth i) elsewhere. Is our epeclal prico on our Drown I'laid Suits for this week They aru Btylltth In cut, elegant In uialeriul and workmauohip. They tit fauhles-ily. three-week- s' Wm. Elliott jointly charged with Campbell and e of with robbing the James Hughes at Rowland, was tried by a picked up jury and given three years. Ho was defended by Hon. R. C. Warren, who cut two years from the sentences of the other two, who got live years each. When Harman Acesllnger was arraigned for trial tho other day for robhe said ho was unable bing a to employ counsel, and Judge Saulley named J.N. Saunders, W. S. lluroh and C. E. Tate to defend h'lm. He was given live yearsand thereupon asked the judge if ho could hire a lawyer would ho give him a now trial. And now each of the young men are wondering what ho meant. The court was not in session yester day but will cut and come again Circuit Court. Ace-sllng- er meat-hous- 50c At $1.00. At $1.50 and $2. Isour 50c Cay-Ladi- es' For Uova' Wwdiablo Sailor Collar SulK Just tho thin for mimtuer. years, Boys' Nice CaMinere Suits in sires 1 lo Special Price on a lino lino of Itecfcr double the uioncv elsewhere. SiiUn in nil mzck, worth meat-hous- e, UIDEHWEM I Gents' Underwear for Hot Underwear. Mlit of Balbrlggan. CoiltS Duy a Milt of tine Dnlbrlggan in all colors; guaranteed not to fade. A qunlity Usually oM at II per Mlit. Vests ntocand 10c each; worth double the Hi0ney."iSa Duvb a fu 1 60 tc-Ja- y. A shooting and cutting affray occurred near Big Stone Gap. Vu., In which two men, one an olllccr, were killed and another wounded. Ed Goddard, coko puller at tho Min go coke ovens, was run over by a coko engine and will probably die. He was lying asleep on the track at the time of the accident. exjedltlon from A llllbustering America succeeded in lunding a cargo of arms and supplies in Cuba. They were attacked by Spanish gunboats, but succeeded in their purine and made good For 15c NiceSwks Itilibed VeM- -; F.eru or White with Tapped nock and aruw, Quality never Mild muter 25c. For 2."c, the line.st Sw Us HIIiIhhI. lA'ru or white pointed yoke. A 40c qunlity. SIIOllS nnd OXFOHDS. Our shoewnles have exceeded nny thing we have exor Mull at h reasonable price GOo done before It is because wo have the for Ladies' Ovfordc, black or tan. At $1, Our toe -- lipiier with bueklo and bow tan, a beaut. At II 60, the ox blood in llio latest ntylu"Xewton" toe, worth fd The Cliis here. AlwnyMjot our prices Iteforu you max of the Carpet nnd Curtain buy. At loc, l'atenl.Shade Curtain, well worth 25c. At 25c, a linen with patent roll and in lianiUoiiie dcIt;i. "up-to-dat- 15 and 25c. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. URBANSKY & CO, I'nornirroiw. F.uii-nence, T. I). HANKY, Man.uikiu PariK, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, C'ynthlnna, Vertmillcn, Georgetown, Kliznhcthtowu, Frankfort, nnd Mauckport, ind. their creaj0". Imp-Wagne- Our uti Tlirm. The shade of Noah ierceived his opportunity. " Why did I build tho ark of gopher wood?" he repeated. "Why, so I wouldn't havo to gopher it. Sure." His rudo shout of merriment awoko tho Stygian gloom. New York Press. Tim New Cliutlflratlon. CLEARANCE SALE! Carpets, Mattingfl, Hugs, Wnll Paper, Ac. I will offer for silo some choicest patterns, rupardlcM) of Cost. This of the very "You know Buggiu.M, tho prize fighter, don't you:" "Some." "What Fortof a fighter or phonograph?" iH he kineto-pcop- o Pan-Americ- an Journal. Must he made in order to make room f r houic largo purchases of Furnitti'c which aro now under construction in the different factories. Your Inst nnd only chance to buy Matting cheap A dividend of 25 jer cent is instantly declared upon every silUnworrlrd. of a dollar cnier Now could you mnkeone-fourt- h Griggs Strange thing, Mirandy. Ev- ver dollar rolled into my Iioum by saving it in n legitimate purchase? In finich and design my entire stock is ery time yon draw a breath homebody than right up to date and will be priced on the Lowctt Cash Untile. dies Mrs. Griggs Well, I ain't going to (top breathing on that account. ludiumipolis Tit-liit- s. Great Sacrifice Sale I W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. A dinner In Hit) Term. Miss Hungerford I think ho is a man of good horeu sense. Mis Wallingford I'll go further than you I'd say ho was a man of good bicycle fciiso. Detroit Free Press. Pkim.BeT,?iYLEAT Beyond doubt we have the best Hendymixed Paint on iheinnrkct. 0IL$, VAKni$f6$, (0L0K$, At Lowest Cah Prices, CRAIG S6 HOCKER, i3 UnDGKCAKinG DY sulll-cie- nt 1,400-poun- u S J. C, M'CLARY, Also carries a Nice Line of . Room OppoMte Court-Hou- se 1 Ef 1 I Practioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, usgy Kobes, liorse liiankets, wnips, etc. Square, Stanford, Ky A I fA tjl jfl J m i - flLOTiOii Wo have added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock of General Merchandise and nro now prepared to y, I'lrst-Clas- s. sup-plan- ts Mason Hotel tirst-clus- s. Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an evcry-day, suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions Shoes, Chlnaware, Olasswarc, Quconswnro, &c was never more complete FARRIS St HARDEN, -- . t . mXm m immmmtt-fh'.t- r A ( . THEINTER10R JOURNAL ' ; Mh. Max SSP'"' Samnokk whs Miss Mamiu Stanpokd, Kv., -- Junk IS, 1807 clty tho day rollovinir tho rush In s of all Fouk suits against Insuranco compaat Warren Shanks.' nies, growing out of the death of the Tin: soda water at Penny's is pure, late M. W. Johnson, of Garrard coun up from the ty. and in which judgments aggregacold and refreshing. Try it. ''"'' FKUIT Jars and Jelly .fc Gla-se- kinds "S I Hot weather is upon us. You will have to get out of those heavy don, who has boon vlsltlnj,' Miss Sotio clothes. I can lit you up in Alcorn, returned yesterday. Y SYMPnO.v, Casey county Tun boot iHTlienpoatT That's why M,t' our palntH, loud ami oil are cheapest. patron, was In to bee us yesterday. Ho Penny's Dnij? Store. reports line crops and uood prospects. ed Ull bunilay und remained at that al Mil. Ja.mkh Maki:t. of thu Mt. Ver- tice of medicine. PERSONALS. titude nearly all day, having fallen on-- " TW Line" S,lits. Serge and Alapaca Coats and Vests and Luster Coats Suits of non Signal, was hero yosterday, hut 'l,",0St my C,0r r wc,Shl Tern,s sln'ctIJ' CASH and Prices FofK LKijs. Mr. Geo. A. Eub.mks ly two degrees at o'clock. Yesterday LO W. seeing how scarce money was, left In Mil. V. II. Tkaylok was in Cincinsent us word that lie lias a lively and was just as hot and tho swulterlng court short order. nati last week. Mits. Wai.tkk Chknaui.t, of Fori healthy young turkey with four legs, day crowd caught It fore and aft. ShowMliF. I)K. J. M, Huyant was sick ers, which aro greatly needed, were Scott, Kansas, who has been visiting nil of which It uses in walking. ti jvc nil days of hut week. IH'Omiscll fill hi at nl. rlil ml f,,(.. oil. .!,.' her sister. Mrs. E. IJ. lleazloy, loft yes...... ...H.....,U ...... Wi: unintentionally omitted the . m Miss Auci: Dkyi:, of Hustonvllle, is ly cooler for terday for Mt. Sterling. name of James F. Cummins in Boss a guest of Mrs. G. H. Cooper. , Mihhks Amanda and Minnik Cak-so- DhvIsou'h slate in our last issue. It has Miss Mamii: IIhaklky is visiting Tin: fiscal court met yesterday to of McKinnoy, and Mary Warren, been a foregone conclusion for months make arrangements for tiie payment of ffl her sister, Mrs. Porter Sandldgo. of Ewoll, have been visiting Misses that he will be nominated to succeed 511,000 in bonds of tho county now due. Mks. II. J. McIJoiikuts and daughMaude and Annie Douglas. himself as county clerk. ter are visiting her mother at Harrxl&-burThere aro $2,000 on bund, which 4."r FltOM a circular he sends us we learn We have every thing New and Fresh; no old stock. A new line ra will be of rin: colored excursion from Louls- - and tho used toward thoir payment Missks Salmi: and ICatkCook and that Prof. J. M. Hubbard Is giving pri- vlllo to Richmond balance will be raised by vate instruction in Ancient Languages, was loaded to tho Lucile Cooper are at Crittenden thu sale of $7,000 more of bonds. 'ir Mathematics and English in St. Louis. guards. Nearly all of tho former re- Hon. Springs. R. C. Warren addressed tho court m I)K. and Mks. C. A. Cox and Mrs. sidents of Stanford, who now live In complete stock of every thing in the Drug Line. Latest style; best Mk. J. W. HlioWN and wife, of Gar and asked it to rent all tho pikes and Louisville, took advantage of its cheap 5 quality. rard, are with Mr. and Mrs. George 11. Emily Saulley left yesterday to spend free them till Dec. 1, by which time two weeks at Flat Lick with Mine Host, rates and paid thoir friends a visit. ; Wearen. the question of a bond issue will have K4 37-Capt. O. P. Ely. The doctor says they &A Miss Li:k noiuiiTT, of Danville, Is Miss Kati: Blain asks us to my to been settled, and pay the fininiHintua ' fm .iiiuiiuiiiig Compounded Accurately visiting Miss Lllllo Peyton and other are all going llshing. what their books show they took in for 1 Mk. U.K. FiDl.KK.of Gallatin, Tenn. tho teachers that the examination will relatives. bo at thu Collego chapel next Friday, tie same time last year, they to keep Miss N 1:1,1.1 k Dillon, of Lancaster, a nephew of the late Capt. J. C. thu roads in repair. Squire John Bai- t"rn was up yesterday to attend the as circuit court is In session. She al&o spent last week with her nunt, Mrs. ley mado a motion to so rent the pikes JHl DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. wile ol his farm at Howlnnd. ' ESssa The wlnhes all who lutend to go to the Bow and thu question will be noted on Mattle Nevlus. at a ling Green meeting to let her know by Pkop. It. L. Ulanton was liore Sat- captain, who was a noted railroad con- that day. meeting to bo called by the county ductor, died more than a year ago. o urday in the interest of the State judge. Judge Varnon and others made ' MK. E. O. Wallkk was taken 111 SEE OUR Tin: farm of the late J. C. Uodcmer speeches against the proposition. at Lexington. with cramp colle on his engine at How-lan- d was sold by Commissioner It. C. WarMiss Hkktiia Moksi:, of HustonSaturday night and had to leave ren j obterday to Col. W. H. Dudderar vllle, is visiting Mrs. W. O. Speed. Tub Stanford Female College has it. Ho is now at George H. Wearen's for ?:!.00, which Is less than tho cost closed another very pleasant and profSomerset Paragon. and is still very sick. Hli wife came of tli residence on it. MKS. V. P. Walton will entertain There are 107 itable your to teachers and pupils, if up from Lebanon Junction to wait on acics of it and it lies In the town limits not to the management. The general thu "Economical Club" next Thursday him Sunday morning. of Howlnnd. depression In everything requiring' afternoon from 4 to (. money to run it, lias had its elTect on ' Mk. W. S. HociCKl! graduated at Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. IN the county court yesterday, Judge HOME NEWS, the Kentucky University last week Dawson probated the will of James It. schools and this one has proved no exwith the degree of H. A. NkV shirt waist sets, links and belts, Warren. After his wife's life Interest, ception, though President Win. Shel-- ' MissANNi: Shanks left Saturday See thu window. Banks. tho property Is given to Misses Maria, ton is reasonably wellsatislied .vitli the morning to visit the family of Mr. J. year's work, considering everything. Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed Bokn, to tho wife of W. E. Wil- Emma and Elllo Warren. Tho will i& He has given our people a good school, A. Pickett In Shelby county. dated Feb. 11th, 1870 and upixilnts Mr. liams, on tho ' a boy. Missks Addii: ani Maiujamkt worthy of a liberal patronage, and it is Joseph Severance, executor. hoped that when the next session opens Holmks, of Crab Orchard, have boon (() kncilYI:i cards and plato for 1. IN order to let everybody attend the Sept. 0, it will be under more favorable guests 111 Mrs. W. II. Hlggins'. Latest styles. Dunks, the jeweler. Maky Kkm has gone to LexMiss elocutionary contest at Walton's 0h financial conditions and with a lurgely mm ington to be one of a charming house W.uiON and implement paint, bright era House next Friday night, Manager increased attendance. S THERE IS Gus Hofmaun has very kindly jostioii-e- d party ut Minn Jane Todd Watson's. durable colors. W. B. Mcltoberts. The annual concert was given at WalP. W. Caktkk, Jk., is back from tho opening of Crab Orchard ton's Opera House Thursday night to a Tin: Stanford and Harrodsburg base Springs to Wednesday, "Kid, Louisville, where ho has been attendso we are fair audience. Dr. Shelton made a few ' ball clubs will criHs bats here Friday Informed ing the Umlsvlllo Dental College. . by Mrs. Hofmaun, who with I E. M. Pirrrt'S, of Somerset, spent a afternoon. Mrs. E. G. Dick and Mrs. Lena Mosc-le- y ntroduetory remarks and Rev. J. B. Crouch invoked divine blessing. A Hagsdale, were here yesterday. week or so with his brothers, W. II. Black Enamel Hoof Paint. Guar-Fo- r piano duet by Misses Hattle Fowler That our price and quality of goods are right than the fact that we aro and It. II. Pettus. near Gilliorls Creek. anteed to hist live years. sale by and Anna Durst and a piano solo by the Selling them Our customers realize the unprecedented Values we Tin: republican county committee, are Mkssks. Hakyky and Uokaci: Craig it Hooker. latter offering in which Is still presided over by George Lut'n.l were well executed and was fol- - ' f Cincinnati, sjwnt several Cokdk-- s, "j "" jia r l.1 ANOTHKK boy lias arrived at John B. M. Davison, held a meeting """" In. tlwi HC! uium M..I.1 yesterday, School," represented by .muus r rum days with their sister, Mrs. Kev. J. I). Little Peachy Foster's and he Is said to bu an unus- and ilxod county court day in August Crouch. Buughmnn, Allle Huffman, Mary Hlgually lino looking youngster. as thu tlmo to nominate candidates for Mks. Nancy Kahland McClukk gins, Eunice Earp, Virginia Bourne And are buying them. We can suit you in price and style at 4 to :.jc. and sister, Mlsi Wheeler Hagland, of Tin: court of appeals reversed the county otllces. Each of the 12 com- and Mary Mcltoberts, who acted their Winchester, aro guests of Mrs. A. W. decision of the Garrard circuit court in mitteemen will select two other men parts gratify! ngly to parents and teachOur and the .'It! will make the nominations. Carenter. thocasoof Hubble vs. Dunlap. er. Miss Pattie Alcorn rendered a piIn other words, the democratic plan is MlSSKS Gkaci: Tl'DOlt and Ileltio ano solo, Misses Anna Darst and Janio Mo.VKY. Miss Kate Blain, suiorin-tonden- t, adopted exactly. All this of course Is EdmiHton, of Crab Orchard, pusud ti Wearen a tells us.that the remaining 10 meru formality. Tho boss has already and Miss duet and Miss Htittio Fowler to McKlnney Saturday to visit Mrs. II. Janle Weapon a solo each in D. McClure. ler cent duo tho teachers is In her picked out tho men to bu nominated manner so correct and skillful that they and they aro in part as we gave them Mks. LorriK Holmes and Prof. C. hands ready for distribution. won much applause. The Doll Drill by in our hist Issue. Are all fuil of Good Things GENTS' UNDEItWEAR. II. Holmes aru buck from Birmingham, frcr little girls was as cute and as sweet as CITY tuxes aro due again and MarGents' Ralhriggan Shirts at 2.1c, 45c and 75c. See our 0'lc a.iv0 Un- where the latter ha occupied 11 chair shal N'ewland Is Suit could be, while the Sword Drill by 10 To Nashvillk. Tickets to Nashafter tho citizens A genuine bargain derwea In a College faculty. young ladles, with Mrs. Nannie Sauf (I ville, on with a sharp stick. Thu ivenalty of Confederate Willi 1: II. and IU'sskll S. Dyciii:, lvr cent will bo added on and afterof ans, will account for tho round-trip- veter- ley as drill master, though she did nol 14' , fl.CiO cost Ju ! the bright young sous of Editor A. It. ly and bo honored via Louisville in eith- mako herself visible, was given with Dyche. of the London Echo, spent SunWe Iiave an accumulation of Ladies' and Misses' Fine Oxford t? will be allow- almost the precision of West Point Cawhich Tin: Somerset HoKirtor says that tho er direction. Stop-ove- r day here seeing the sights. wo olTer at halp price If you want a good half shoe for little 'inonev &5a sodets, the young ladles looking quite ed at Glasgow Junction to unable como and sec them. JsK Miss Emily 1)1'DDi:uak left Satur- republicans down there mistook tho adto visit Mammoth Cave. Ap- ldiery in their pretty uniforms. Their day to visit friends at Houston, Texas, vertising car of Clark's circus for the plication for should he made gesticulations, as Mrs. Saulley recited 2 accompanied by Mrs. Johnson Lewis, advance wagon of prosperity and Hockto conductors. Hound-trirate from "The Charge of tho Light Brigade." ed to It by tho hundreds. who has been here suveral months. C3TA Bargain. -- A line b'ack mohair Underskirt, made re.ulv for Glasgow Junction to tho Cave during made tho excellent recitation decidediij for only $1. Mks. .1. J. MoKiNNi:v,of tho.Mt. SaW. L. McCakty, proprietor of tho the exH)sltion is as follows: From to ly impressive. Tho vocal duet by the US! . lem section, was painfully hurt and ICings Mountain Canning Co., tells us I) persons $1..10 each: 10 to 21, $1.2." Misses Cowen was very appropriately bruised Sunday by jumping from her he Is enlarging his factory and prup.n-In- g each; 2."i and over 1 each. Arrange- "Tho Sisters" and they sang it in buggy when the horte became unmanto put In a good deal of new ma- ments have been made to run tho Stan- charming unison and sweetest cadence. ageable. chinery. Ho says he has contracted ford party to Louisville in time to Miss Mary Cowen also sang "Farewell A DKLKJHTFl'L party vas given by for -- 07 acres of tomatoes but on account catch special train there at noon. J. My Natlvo Land" and was given such Mr. and Mrs. John Traylor Friday of tho dry weather all of thu ground S. itice, Agent. a prolonged encoro that she again apHeaded by U. S. MODEL DO. night to their pretty daughter, Mis-- has not yet been planted. peared and sang. Our people delight Son of Klever's Model, No. 29,710. tlio greatest breeding ho" 38.353 llvlii". linvnrrva , Youthful Coui'Lt:. Mr. John W. to hoar this sweet singer and she, o CLAUDE, No. 12.691. son of tho World'sA Columbian Champion. CLuhK. ami II 007 I'ln.. ' Ethel. Some 10 or ."iOivere present and No toppy young Ixiars.rcndv for service. fow show gilts old eiiou-'lONi: Day ok Gkack. Walter Car- Mooro, who was up from Casey Sati, lm ,.,. ,,',! i,w..i were royally entertained. many vocalists, always resjionds to a sivoelalty, for sulo, Till-- , stock l strlctlv llist-class In virv r..n,.,., ,u..i. .. . . . K. C. brakeman, Is urday, uld us of the marriagu of his their requests. Another very delight- IHMtlgreos. .. They made It so pleasant for Broker ter, tho Trices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed, Wiltoyour wants or and Chapman, whois in coutemptof the Sen- hardly oil with tho old lino before hu is nleco, Miss Laura Mooro, aged III, to ful feature of tho pleasant program was sec mv hoi's. Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. A fov fresh AUo on with thu new. He tells us Unit on Charlio Tombs, 18. On Thursday night a beautiful violin solo by Duck ate committee, In the Washington jail A. E. HUNDI.EV. llov !)". dJvIII," Kv. that wonder- Eggs, gl for la. that he remained 10 hours after his sen- Saturday next ho will wed Miss Ollio the two young people started to Ten- fully gifted little artiste, Miss Isabella tence had expired. It is this sort of Kidwell, a Paint Lick beauty. Hu says nessee to bo mado one, when they were Bailoy, who also very gracefully rehospitality of thu law that makes its his suit for divorce, which will certain- overtaken by Welby Mooro, a brother sponded to an encore. ly como up Friday, will bu through and guurdlan of tho girl. After some transgression so popular. Tho closing exercises Friday mornMiss MakyCowkn, of thu College with in abundant time for the cere- consultation with Mr. Mooro he gave mony. his consent to tho marriagu, and the ing at tho same plucur consisted of piafaculty, ami her handsome sister, Miss , young man having tho consent of his no solos by Misses Roberta Cash and Mabel Cowen, who had been visiting Pytiiianism Exposal). Messrs. Belle Cloyd, a duet by Misses Hot-ti- o her, returned to their home in Batavia, Boylo Nichols and Charlio Stanwood, father, it was agreed to marry at Lib- Etta Wearen and Cloyd, an essay, "The O., Saturday. After what wo hope of D.inville, wore here a few days since erty. Notwithstanding it was almost Aim of Life," by Miss Lena Grif will provo a pleasant vacation, the for- advertising Hon. J. II. Powell, tho no- midnight whun license and a preacher True were procured, at that solemn hour fin and the essay contest for tho Wal- Makes hard work easy. You can get more mer will return to her Kst here, whore ted lecturer, who will be at tho o ton medal by Misses Stella McChiry, butter. You wash, salt and work tho butas a teacher and as a lady, she enjoys Opera Hou&o Thursday night and tho two happy hearts were bound to- subject, "Joys of Home;" Mattlo Meno- - ter before taking it out of tho churn tho respect and friendship of everyone. present his favorite subject, Pytiiian- gether. feo, "Soma Things That are Wortli Missus Emma L. Maktin and Mary ism Exposed." A number of thu Tub program for the elocutionary While;" Linda Miller, "Looking ForYou P. Harris, of tho Collego Faculty, left Knights of Pythias here will go over to content ut tho Ojiera Housu Friday ward to tho End" and Nannie Watson, Tuesday, tho former for Gallatin, hear him. night is now complete, with two more "Five Important Elementsof Success." Tenn., her old home, and tho latter to IV you aro going to California on tho names added, making nlno In all. Tho subject matter was original and Il will pay for itself in few weeks, Call visit awhile in lius&cllvillo and Adair-villEach It Is tlmo you were advising Capt. Misses Edwinii Cochran, of Eminence, showed study and research. and see it. Ky., before returning to her 20th, will read ".Mark Twain's Literary young lady had her champions, but the Frank Harris at Lebanon of tho fact. homo at Abingdon, Va. Tho patrons Nightmare," and Miss Ella May Saun- judges, Messrs. P. M. McRoberts, S. Tho round-trifaro will bo but &"4 and of tho school and thuir legion of friends Up-to-Da- te the trip will bo worth a fortune to those ders, of Livingston, "Lll, tho Forsa- M.Logan und J. N. Saundors, decided aro glad to know that both will return in favor of Miss Miller who Is very who can tako It. Tho occasion of tho ken." The contest promises to next session. They liavo not only low rates is tho from a dozen towns and to proud of tho honor. A plana solo, "By Mon Complete and Convenient Free.cr over offered in Stanford. Kciji ires meeting of the Interproven themselves superior teachers, create an interest bounded only by the Moonlight," admirably executed by less time und less ice than any freezer, only requiring fiom one to two minutes to national Convention of Chriotlan but have endeared themselves to tho of whom 20,000 are expected acquaintanceship of the popular young Mlsss Mabel Cowen called forth much freeze cream. We guarantee them to do all we ehiiin and ihey uiu sdd on trial. community In many ways. ladies, lleserved seats aro now on sale appluuso and favorable comment. Como and see for yourself. Try one. to bo present. Very respectfully, MK. Cakl IIanskk, of Louisville, ut W. U. .Mcltoberts' ut 7." cents and Miss Stella Ballon then read her gradtraveling agent for McCormack MaBad Luck. Josh Jones, tho Hang tho prospects are that till tho scats on uating essay, entitled "What Wo May . s chines, was here Saturday looking af- ing Fork farmer, has been playing fn tho lower lloor will have to bo witti considerable elocutionary ef ter tho local ugency. Ho had the skin bad luck for the past 10 days, during served. fect. It was well conceived, beautifulof a rattle snako that ho had killed tho which tlmo holms lost by death four Itev. W. H. Lloyd, tho eminent ly expressed and showed that sho is a day before In ltoekcastlu county. It cattle and a valuable mule. Two of tho who held such a successful meut-In- g worthy member of a very talented famwas very largo and by tho number of cattle, which wcro largo steers, died hero sometime since, will bu one of ily. Sho was the recipient of many rattles wiih 10 years old. Mr. Htiuser from eating clover, a lino milk cow thu judges and Hon. W. I. Williams, of llowers and other tokens of appreciacame to this country from Germany 15 died from an operation and tho fourth, Lancaster, another, but tho third has tion. Dr. Shelton presented her with years ago and walked from Livingston a cow, as well as tho mulo, died from not boon decided upon. Tho opera tho diploma, gave her commendation IsJ Receiving his- to London whero ho lived along tlmo no apparent cause. Mr. Jones is very houao will ho beautifully decorated. as a student of model deportment and much money. Hois tho fa- much worried over his streak of bad Tho contestants, judges, ushers and after a fow words with reference to tho and mado ther of 13 children, 11 of whom aro liv- luck and is anxiously awaiting a turn managers will bo given u banquet on futuro of tho school pronounced the for the better. ing. tho evening of the contest. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. exercises and the session at an end. K. - 1 C Wai.to.v, JJusinixs Littm: houiavlllo Store. Jackson, of 11 Lon- - to-da- y MANAOKIt. 1 J . I '' ting :ty,(iOI aro asked for, have been Orders taken brought in Louisville by Administrator and Mrs. Wallace J. M. IHgginbotham. Tho companies claim that his death resulted from Varuon. strychnine poison. Dk. W. D. Takdip has built an of,, fice on his lot near the Baptist church, Tin: weather has been fearfully hot and has gono regularly Into the prac- for several days. The mercury reach CUT roses for contest, m Summer Clothing i ! -- 4 nm tool vmw H. mt. I I , m m ,.-.. ,,,- to-da- y. n, smmmMMgMmtM J. McROBERTS. NEW GOODS! Toilet Articles. Statio:n.ir g. m m m I ! I Prescriptions . Hod-emo- r, Ji isagmraffl rWfWgggMiiiii -- W. B. MoROBERTS. Col-leg- I -- Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIKGES. HHRNESS, &C. FRtCES LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAREN & SON. I I 8l i I No Better Evidence 1 T $ WASH GOODS, I Closing, Hats, Slioes, Gents' Furnishing Departments ft I- k Half Price Sale of Oxfords 1 SEVERANCE pas-benge- rs stop-over- s p a sov. m r, 1 .i .j:i mwmsmwmmm;iMmmffi i . . I flinn Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cninas. , un-lik- T .' well-know- n The Buckeye Churn Dan-vlll- Will Sell One on Trial. e, p draw-peopl- e The Freezer. J ?: in I - - 1 HICCINS dl-vi- M'KSNNEY. H. G. RUPLEY, -- ii THEMERGHANT TAILOR I SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 5f,'i , ft Jl ' , ffi in- --' "- s 1 IT ? i MT. VERNON. THE INTERIORJOURNAL Sx"blialioa.''A3.on Aajra'DLn--- ATa The weather was lino during the con- riliavo lc charged. SJ PKRYKAK IX ADVAXCK y I When not so paid S2.C3 will fry avlllili HUE CARD. vention. Mr. S. C. Franklin's now homo near completion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spilman liavo returned homo after a short visit here. A delegation of ladida and gentlemen from hero expects to attend the oratorical contest. The protracted meeting tit tho Baptist church increases in interest. Kid. Borum and wife arc faithful workers for the Lord. About 20 have joined tho KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 4 p. m Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m. and p. " i" '" returning i ui.m KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ko. 21 Train going North " No.2f. " Niuth " No. 2.5 " " " 23 " No. For all'Polnts. ,' 12 37 p m 8 13 a m 12 01pm 1 church. The band fishing excursion last Monday was enjoyed by a largo party of ladies and gentlemen, who had a fine timo on Renfro. Only ono accident reported, little Negro Jack was run over by a wagon. Tho L. T. L. elected Miss Annio Weber president. Mr. 1.. G. Williams has been to Lexington. Miss Bordu Martin was tho guest of Miss May Miller. Miss Ida- - May Adams has been invited to enter the contest at Kllzn- - OJlp lit THRO'JOIl TICKETS SOU). BAGGAGE CHKCKLD THKOUGH. For any Information enquire of JOK S. MCE, Ajent, Stanford, Ky. bethtown July 0. If .. I 'j i t t the evening of June 10, 1897, the spirit .of George It. Waters passed from this low ground of sin and sorrow, strife, ambition, to the home, sweet home, prepared by Him Who doeth all things well. At tho age of 14 ho joined the Stanford Baptist church, being tho first to confess his Savior before men after the church was "6 instituted. At the ago of 1(5 ho was made elerk of the Tate's Creek Association, serving in that capacity for d years. Removing to Danville about 14 years ago, he was made deacon in the Baptist church there- and clerk of the association to which that church belongs. On the Kith day of July, 18(51, he was married by Dr. Adatts to Miss Rhoda Porter, daughter of Thornton Porter, deceased. To them 11 children wero born, eight of whom are living: Mrs. Rev. G. W. Perryman, Rev. William McDonald Waters, Coleman, Leslie, Myrtle, Falrle, Halo and George W. Bain Waters. There never lived a raoro dutiful son, a more conscientious Christian, a more loving husband and father. His life was spent in the service of the God he loved, ns was told by his beloved pastor, Rev. J. W. Lynch, at his funeral at tho Stanford Pure. Baptist church Friday afternoon. Afilicted for nearly four years with what was pronounced improper assimialllfbrins of adulteration so common in the cheap Maretsburg. brands. lation of food, he murmured not. When Roval lUKt.so Powder Co., New orlc. The annual district convention of the finally he saw the end approaching, he W. C. T. U., Mrs. Carollno Whitsett, stated that he was ready and willing to president, met here on the evening of go. It is worth much to live a ChrisXER. B. FlllKJS, Wednesday, Juno 9th, at the Christian tian and die as Bro. George did. He church. Devotional exercises conduct realized from childhood that life was ed by the president wero followed by but a journey to the grave, that to live ''Welcome" Address, delivered by Mrs. for self, we live In vain, but to live for Rosalind Nesbltt, responso by Mrs. God, wo live again, and I know with Robt. L. Elkln; recitation by Miss Al ho is enjoying an Is OctUist, : Stanford, t Ky. berta Anderson; paper, "The Day We him all well, that not fade through will inheritance that Commemorate" by Mrs. Mary R. Pat- the ceaseless ages of eternity. He lovOffice on Lancaster street at Residence. terson; a concert exercise song by the ed the Danville church, in tho choir of children and selection read by Mrs. W. which he took great interest and they S. PRICE, A. T. Smith, interspersed with music by came up losing at his funeral and grave Surgeon the choir. The exercises of 10th and about ''Some Sweet Day" and other apDentist, 11th were varied and interesting and propriate songs, and the beautiful the people of our town feel benefited blending of their voices made soothing Stanford, Ky. by the visit of this band of excellent sounds to ears. Peace Tho visitors and delegates to unto you, brother George, and may tho Office over Mclloberts' Drug Store in the Owsley women. Ilulldlug. . the convention wero Mrs. Francis God of mercy and love comfort your Beauchamp, of Lexington; Mesdames aged mother, wife and children, brothSHELBY & SHELBY, Gill, West, Stone, Gresham, Patterson, ers and sisters. Proprietors Elkln and Misses Anderson und Brown, Brother, when o'er thy silent grave, of Lancaster; Mesdames Hanson and evo's shadows creep, XIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Hunting and Misses Davis, of Berea; Fond memory ever will her vigils keep, Mrs. Ward, of Livingston: Miss Kincr, Junction City, Ky. of Thunders may ieal above, storms o'er very of Bryantsville; Mrs. Stevenson, Turnouts, prompt attention, thee madly sweep, A portion of jour patronage is reasonable rate Crab Orchard, and Mrs. Annie Mo- - Yet undisturbed will be thy dreamless 18 respectfully solicited Clary, of Stanford. A Brother. sleep. coo am week. Miss Lida Cook was guest of ::::::" w p". io nu9 fi do not run .Sundays, 9 and 10 Miss Carrie Lair last week. Miss 5 and o. co no furllier South than Junction City, netlher Georgia McFcrran has returned from Jo they run Sundays. a visit to Pino mil. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. Mrs Cleo Brown, who has been our VIAGF.ORUF.10WN. accommodating and popular postmasa. M r. m. A. M. P.M. ter for four years, turned tho olllco Arl2M Lvc. Somerset, 2.00 S35 8 20 " 1131 ' Jet. City. 315 new appointee, Mrs. AnOSO over to the 50.V 450 Arr Georgetown, I.v 9 35 3 00 drew Baker, last week. 30 All unite in ' Franktort, 1155 20 7 o 8 30 praise of Mrs. Brown, who won many Paris 40 Arr 8 6 10 D lily except Sunday new friends by the faithful discharge C.,n.HERCAW,O.F A. of her duties. Mrs. Baker, who Is also an excellent business manager, gives promise of as groat success with the olllce. The gold medal contest last Friday evening, which was conducted by Miss P Amanda Anderson, was a very enjoyable occasion. Tho decorations in courthouse were lovely and the fair contestants lovelier. Tho music by the Mt. Vernon band was greatly enjoyed. Contestants wero Misses Mary Robinson, Luclle Marsee, Lillle Sutton, Benin Martin, Mary Anderson, Susie Uurte and Mr. Charles Durham. Tho pieces were all well rendered and loudly applauded. Each contestant w ore a Dem-oresilver medal. Tho judges were Mrs. Francis Beauchamp, of Lexing ton, Mrs. Hanson, of Berea, and Row Absolutely H. N. Faulconcr, of Danville, who deCelebrated for its great leavening strength and of tiealthfulnes. Azures the food against alum and cided in favor of Miss Berda Martin, Note-N- Misses Maud QUEEN & CRESCENT. gue&ts of Mr. M. J. Miller. Misses Trains pass .1 miction City as follows: Alma Hunt, ol 02 p m Florence Gritlln and No. ..South .... 11 M in No 2 North.....,! Maretsburg, visited friends hero this b., aUii, " d " 130pm and Grace Miller aro NIAGARA FALLS. Tlnsley. of Barbourvillo, and Miss Luof Brynntsvlllo, aro guests lu McClure, Tho excursion season to tho North of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCluro. opens this year with much promise. The Niairara Falls season will bo in RELIGIOUS. augurated wltli an excursion at rates at lower than have ever before boon made Elder Joseph Ballon will from all points on Q. fc C. Route, Hubble at 11 A. M. Sunday. Flat will Thursday, July Sth. This excursion Sunday school at Walnut commence at l:I10 Sunday morning and will be run via Cincinnati, C. n.fcl). Cent, via Deat 10 the children's day exercises will Ry. to Toledo and Mich world's wonto Niagara Falls, tho bo held. Tho pastor, Rev. G. II. Tur- troit class ner, will preach at 11 A. M and 8 1. M. der. Special trains of the first will joint own coaches and Pullman sleepers There Is trouble over the and ership of tho Benton church at Dix leave Cincinnati at noon, July Sth, on Q. & C. points will bo ville. Mercer county, by Methodists tickets from connecand Baptists because, It Is said, several sale for trains that make the tion, good until July 14th to return. Baptists have been converted to tne Tills Is one of the most completely popMethodist faith. pubMr. Robert Graham Frank, a grad ular trips known to the American is visited by thousands uate at Kentucky University, will be lic and Niagara ordained a minister at the Christian of Americans every year. Tho present you church in Nicholasvllle next Sunday, opportunity is an unusual ono and officiating. should see your Q. & C. agent or President Robert Graham the undersigned for space at earLexington Herald. Tho rato from possible date. Mason W. Sherrlll, the oldest Uav- liest City will bo 3 10.(55 for tho tist in Kentucky, has boon a deacon. for Junction I). P. A., (50 years. At this month's session of round trip. Chas. W. Zell, only Fourth and Race Streets, Cincinnati. Kentucky Baptists he will be the delegate present who attended the first W. C. Rlncarson, gen'l pass'ragt.,Cin. Ho attributes his cinnatl, O. session in 13:51. strong old age to pitching quoits. ?l(5.:t I'OMUl trip CllATTANOOC.A. h mi-dre- ss Poultry i ard. Doyle Co. Hlue-Gramale A tho people with 1'resli (his word to Hib farmers. If you up with money In supply the times Candy of many varieties nud superior excel- ami day and limn ydn munksep keep thoroughbreds. They mature earlier with every diiy. I ant making tt myself n profit of more than .W percent 1 hoarr iigeincnl lency tiudgiiarauteo 'satisfaction. Olo me u call. ol our sanls Is such that there mn lie no mix in J. A. STK.IMIKNs'ON. Stanford. breeds. Wo guarantee all eggs fertile ti ben shipsl. ss CANDY KITCHEN. I can now Oriag Bros.1 Pure Bred Poultry. HIT M J.T.Jones, Ull iv n ii .1 SET I RUM i ivi i n J W HUUllDl STA NFOKD.KY,, Sole proprietor of Dean's Hlaik Diamond Hoof Paint. Estimates juriilslied for painting wo.d. metal and Iron roofs. Satlsfirllou uuarantissl All roofs minted with IVau's 11 lack Diamond I'alnt warranted for sears. Dealer in ls- -t Cl'tcrn Pump, andlialvanltrd Iron Killers. MaltanUrd and lliack f Iron Rooting of nil kinds. 2t-t- II II ltd lit Games. Imp. setting ol 13 Igs, H.!"! U Surlier Celebrated I'll litmo " White Crested III.k k l"ollsli " lUsl Tap, luiortcd " lliack Minorca. " i.ll Stiver i.icisl Wyandotte, H.60 ' Harred Pis mouth Itnck. breeds score uliofu W ilnls. All CRAIG DROS., Pros., Junction Cily Ky. )ll ORE ROM E;E3SrO? DUROC HOGS II lie TiioitoroiimtKii On Mi. in Street, Stanford, ! The mot uro- of all breeds, attain tho greatest weight, fntteit ready for service. Gills und sows already bred. l'Igs of either sex, not akin.. Questions and Hours prompt-answered- FOR IV. Apply to kW&ttJWmMtmGh J. M. I: P. WALTON. SSI. - H. J. KeEOBEBTS, Stanford. Waters. On from Junction City via Queen & Crescent Route, June llth and 15th, good 10 days to return, account meeting American Dental Association. 39.75 round trip to Nashville by repurchasing tickets at Chattanooga. Visit Chattanooga, Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain enroute to the exposition. Superb vestlbuled trains. W. C. Rln- agt., Cincinnati, O. earson, gen'l 'r p.i-s- UnclertnlsTor, Kentucky Huatoiivillo, Oilers his sers Ices to the peoplo of West Lincoln and l'aey coutUUs. lull stoik of ColBnsand task, els always on baud. VJ D. S. Car liter. Manager. J. T. SITTTOKT, All persons desiring Isiciisl IVslafor idank fence, iost and railing or wire fence can find what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on, the pike I also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford keep on hand a supply of plsnk for fritting. All IsMrd. kinds nflumU-- for biilldliig puises, and shingles. All niiis desiring any article of call on me at my slore near Cedar this kliidcau G W. SINGLETON. at Crcsik. r nsroTioE i 1 ali EARN MONEY. Tho NIOKKM. (or MAGAZINE tociGi-vn- Nashville. FIRE INSURANCE. m FHENIX Insurance Company, OFIBKOOKLVN. A very Milisorlptions. good rato of cnsli commission will be jriven. or Wcyclo prciiiiiiins If jiroferred. All inaterial ami snm. pie cojiica furnished free. Apply wanlH good rolinl)loageiiU! s at once. i ' The Nickell Magazine, 180 Snininor Host on, Mus-s- , 20-od- of ROYAI silly 5S &AKP st POWDER W. it. int. i bn In'iiHMiriitod a service observation cars on the famous Blue Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati and Lexington. Free parlor cars and Queen it Crescent Standard vestlbuled day coaches. Four trains dally to Cincinnati with close connections with all trains north. Queen it Crescent trains 17 are without a peer in tho South. line, unequalled train miles shortest train service. W. C. Rlncarson, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. 3tuml Snmlnv In tho OuetMl CltV. Sunday rates 31.!l5 round trip from Junction City via the Queen iV Crescent again next Sunday, June 20th. Coney Island, Ludlow Lagoon, Chester Park and the Zoo. Allsumtnei resorts open. Ask your agent for particulars. m To The North. The Queen & Cre-r..- Street, Tornado Insurance ! Caledonian Co., : Insurance of Scotland. KOUNDUD 1803. Cyclono Tornadis' and Wind Storms are so numerous and destrticthu Hint tho property ow tiers should R.B.MAHONY.Agt., r, Protect Their Property From llieiii as well as from Fire und LightTornndoes and Fires nro liable to occur at any time. So take out n policy In any of my companies. None but ning- .vrANKORD. KY. A. ( Joux. Castlkma:. I.AMUM. lOYALi INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. FIRST 0LA8S COMPANIES -- ! Represented. T, ISucklin'i Irniai Snltr. The ixt mIt in the world f.r run,, l.rulcs ore., ulrers.salt rheum, feter n, tetter, chipped hand, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. It sltlTely cures plies or no pay rrtilrnl. Ills guanutevd toglre erfst sjtbiaction or money refunded. 1'rlce 25 cents cr lox. Korsaie by v. II. Mcitoberts, Druggist. General Agent, BMBEE S CaSUEHffl. MANAOf.RS, ... "BIG , The Rest JESSE D. WEAEE2T, - Stanford, Ky BBBIRBlJ disappoints Drug sioie. SttuuU at the llewl. Aug J. llogrl.the trading drugji.t of Shrrtr-port- , "IT King's New llcoery is the only thing Ihst run-- , my coi.gh and It l Ibo Ut wller I luse " J. K ('amjuVll, iiiorcliant ol "Pr King'. Ne Dlnorery is Aria , wrllrs all that is claimed for it; it neer fails and is a nitre tan not curn fur ivuuipllon,cuughs and colds. say enough for Its merits " Pr King's Now for Consumption, Coughs and Colds Is not an eaperlment it ha been tried Tor a ouartrr of a It nenr stands at tbr century and Saf-fon1 y y hi-a- Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the Jvuth. ROUTl- - 4: Station. Uii. tnand From W. A. TRXBBI.X, lcal Agont. TOLEDO AND DETROIT Alt IVluls In Michigan. CHICAGO. "While City Stanford, Kentucky. jjtf ScUl." ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel ' trl-- '"tiles at W. II. Mcltolxrts Electric Hitters. J, B. HIGGINS, DEALER IN BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping Cars. grief-stricke- n Elrctnc Hitters Is a medic hn s'lltcd for any sea son. but perlus mure generally nrvded nhenthu lsnguld eshau.ted feeling prevails when the llrcr Ionic and l torpid anil sluggish and the ofaltenithe Is felt A prompt usoof this ten averts long and perup fatal bilious fesern. No medicine will act more surely ill counteracting and freeing tho system from the malarial olon PUiim- Constipation Headache yield to Eliiirleilltters. 50c and :!.' per bottle at W II Mcltolwrls Drug -- lore Ilidlgi-sllon, NEW YORK. IluOrt Parlor Cars, Waanrr Slrrpliiit Cars, Pilsat Compartment Cars, Llegatil Coaiuc. and Din ing Can, De sure your tickets read via "DIG Farm Wagons. Pleasure Vehicles, e. o. Mccormick, Passeuger Trafflc Mgr., d Gen. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Ijisilie Ilromo Quiuin r.birts All Druggists refund the money if It falls to Cure. Kor Sale by W 11. Mcitoberts, Craig .t llotker and ti. TaVo i Agricultural Implements, High-Qrad- e CINCINNATI, OHIO. martin, IV. A Tkl. AgU . FOUR" U Penny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. si First-Clas- s GEORGE H M'KINNEY. CRAB ORCHARD. Guests are arriving dally at Crab Orchard Springs and a prosperous sea- 1 It v x son is assured. Mr. Scott Farris has in training for Ky. Box J. W. Guest and others horses he says Has had 12 years' practlco before nil tlio will astonish tho world and Crab OrchDepa truonU Its Washington City. 9 ard will again be heard from in the race horse line. Mrs. Scott Farris went to Harrods-bur- g I THE POPULAR (5) to bring Mrs. Lueinda Stephen son home. Aunt Lueinda Is up In DO IM and Is still able to travel. Messrs. Joe and Scott Anderson have returned from Georgetown College.' Mr. Will Anderson left for Oklahoma City on Thursduy after a pleasant visit to his father, who is somewhut improved, Crab Orchard has been enjoying a patent medicine show this week, given bv the Sioux Indians, just from Ger- many. Several members of the troupe IMlDHMlom were discharged here and the proprietor is waiting for new members to take their place. Of course everybody took in the show, the most amusing part of ' which was tho audience of people from ' away back who were nightly in attendance. Mr. John Buchanan does not improve. Miss Pitman, of Parksville, 1 and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgins, of Flat Rock, aro guests of Mrs. Kitty King and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dillion,of Livingston, are vistlng friends and relatives here. Misses Henry Fish and LucyfiPennington aro in Stanford. Mr. WW visiting relativesMr. Gale Thomas, of FBANKJ.BEED. Joo Newland and Madison, Ind., left for the centennial After in time to meet the president. seeing tho sights of Nashville, Joo will accompany Mr. Thomas tojhis homo in Indiana for a short visit. Mr. William Pension & Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, A subscriber of the Murfreesboro, Tenn., News writes to the editor explaining why he was compelled to discontinue his paer. He says he likes the paper, but really has no time to read it; that his wife died last week and ho has had to do his own work over since, but as soon as lie marries again ho will renew his subscription. thank my neighThanks. bors for their kindness during my I wish to champagne Some 4,000,000 bottles have been ordered for tho Queen's ju bilce. A jubilee that couldn't be jubi; hint or even hilarious under such circumstances is not very much of a jubilee. St. Joseph Herald. of OF STANFORD, KY. Olllce on " Goods Warranted as Represented. J200,000;00 Paid up Capital, Main Street. op(MsIio Klmoro's Store, Fertilizers and Coal. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Surplus, Stanford. Kentucky J. U TOTTP.N. NOEL & SON, DEHLERS IN COHL, Order Office and Keed Exchange, near tho Railroad Crossing, Depot istrcet, Corn imil liny, MBMOMMOMOMIM - Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. J. II. Hlgglns'. Mill Coal Yard, Satisfaction guaranteed ni:iii:llliL,a; MOM IMOIMOMMOIMOINIM OMMMOlMOTNO MOIMOIM MM 0 rvr m I K NB MM nrriONs. No. 33012, S. II. Shanks. President: horses Producer of combined and J ii. Owsley, Cushler; Ullttllllkll tllO lire- I...I ....II f.ir fr.uill lirll-lH- . W.M. might, Teller season ill Ten Doi.laih to Insure a liv ml . ing colt. Also jaCK, uoscoe, in c.i in iiiuiu K. RKII). a living colt. Ellington Piano-,- , D. II. Dubinin Pianos, N. IL Horsey Golddiist lias produced u liuvii been induced Hundreds of thousands Kisdier Piano-,- , lie, class of combined horses that attract buyOF STANFORD, KY. to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy by renddone for others, and having Ustoy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other ers and bring good prices, regardlessof paning what it lias y ics. for themselves aro Makes. tested Us merits Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Its warmest friends. Kor halo by Craig & Poo my Goods und Get Mv Prices lleforo you W. T. WHIT E. Crab Orchard. 10 of the public Is called to the fact that Druggists. Stanford, Ky. Hoeker, Attention jiuy. m this is the only National Dank In Stanford. the provlrlons ol the National Dank Act 1.V.- - tliw.i I'lMIN U'M ll!LVM linVI'flMM'll Wltll ! dciosltors are secured not only by tho capital stock, out CliamlNtrlaln's Colic, Cholera and Dlar- but by the stockholders' liability for an amount rhd'a Remedy in tho house, says a. ii. ratpqualln the stock, so tlut depositors of this lustitu-tio- a STANFORD, KY. Crab Orchard now has the finest toiisorlal ter, with E. C. Atkins & Co., Indlanaiolls, are secured by a fund ot Jito.oxiO. Five sworn jntry In thujtersunof Samuki. mi! ,nv u'lfi. wnuld as mwii think of artUt In the intl statements of the condition ol tho Rank uro made each year to the United State, (nneruiueut and lis Hour as a bottle of this Reme- - llLAKKMOite, who handles the sol ors and being without All klndsof repilrlng doso st ressonsble rates assets are examined at stated times by government mu iiuvu umju it razor in e.xpert style. Call on blm when you Upholstering a specially. SUlsfactloa ginraoeed (IV in tlio summer season, agents, thus securing additional and perfect sulet, Wltli all three of our children mid It has want n clean nliuvcor stylish haircut. 27 to deiHisitors. failed to euro not simply .stop pain, never Ibis institution originally established as the De80 YEARS euro alisolutel v. It Is ull right, and anyposit Hank of Stanford in but then reorganized aa ! XPIRIINOC. the National Dauk ofStanturd iu ISM and again one who tries It will find It so." Tor salo by reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford Craig & llockcr, Druggists, Stunford, Ky. wife's Illness and for their comforting ANO words after her death. I shall always obligations to them. Decker Hros'. l'lanos, feel under lasting Haines Pros'. I'lano-.T. P. Tuttle. lly pnirisions of Its charter, deosltors aro a fully protected as are dexltors In allonal lUnks, held individually liable lo Its shareholders the extf nt of the amount of their stis k therein al the par value thereof, in addition to the amount In10 UAH, SOHDS vested lu suth shares. It may act as executor, trustee, Ac , as fully as an individual. to tho-- o who have entrustf, ,!. In loan mi llimmted eltT lirolMTtV or MO- - ed Tendering our thanks e trust tbey will continue bu.luiws to us, their ductlvo farms In Stanford and Lincoln county al to do so, and we oiler as a guarantee for prompt atAlso wll Annually tiiier cent . payable same our 20 years' experience in banktention furnish Isinds for public or eorira!loti nmclalste ing and to lllwral accommodations asare consistent us Administrator, or Guardians at reason-ablwith sound banking Mm Inlutes. Am agent for four of the DIKKCTUKS. surance Conuiaiiie doing business in Ketitiuky and in ammviu. solicit paironageoi proTiv imnifis J.J. William,, Mt. Vernon; W II. Cuuimlns, Preachersvllle; ilates same us other companies doing holiness here. WALLACE E. VARNON, Agt. J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Onsley, S. il.Shauks, William Gu,Kh, H. J. Kmbry, J. F. Cash, A. W. Carjcntcrj J. L. 1.) tin, J. N. Meuefee. g Salesman. .... 17,603 80 LH , Ml It, 1 DORSGY GOLDDUST PIANOS ORGANS. FIRSTNATIONALBANK to-da- H. D. PHILLIPS, Ull-d- NOTICE Gun and Look Smith. c NOTICE 1H-- . TI MM MINIMOM MB OM IMIMaMOMMO MU imp Administrators and such Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the House, llurtou. v. a., and one of the who have not made u settlement with tho most widely known men In the state wa-- . Lincoln County Court In tho last two years notified to como forward nt once cured of rheumatism lifter three yeurs of aro hereby or thev will bu proceeded against suffering. He says: I luivo not HUillcleut and settle Hur-to- n All guardians, N IjMJJTm TXADI MARKS lsttf, has bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 33 years. It is better supplied now will, lacilltles for transuding business promptly and liberally than over before In its long nud honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, nnui and Individuals solicited. 111 MMBMBMM0INI0M BjlNllMOINlDMMBMO iMOMOKllMOlNlO command of language to convey any idea of what I suffered, my physicians told me that nothing could bo done for mo and my friends were fully convinced that nothing butdeatb would relieve me of my suffering. In June, lfiDl, Mr. Evans, then sulesman for the Wheeling Drug Co.,. recommended Chamberlain's l'alu Halm. At tills tlmo my foot and limb were swollen to more than double their normal slie and It seemed to mo my leg would burst, but boon after I begun using tho l'alu Il.ilm tho swelling begun to tho piln to leave, und now I consider that I am entirely cured. Tor sale by Craig & Hockur, Druggists. Stanford, Ky. W. L. DAWSON. according to law'. 20 Judge Lincoln County Court. DIHCCTOXS. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonville, Will carry a larger stock of Furniture of ail kinds this year than ever btforeand will sell cheaperthau Plows: The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan, anybody Silver Steel and Chattanooga and points of all Cultivators and Double shovels, all Malta kinds. make, the best In the world. Tanners, call in and get any thlpg you want from a buggy down. D. S. CARPENTER. Respectfully, COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a .ketch and description mar quickly uncurtain, free, whether an invention la probably patentable Communication atrlctlr contldentlal. Oldest agency for securing patent In America. Wo have a Washington office. Patents taken through Muuu A Co. reculva pedal notice In the DISIONS, F.JReld, Llucoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford S. H. llaughmau, " S. T. Harris, " ' J. S. Docker, " T.l'.HIII, K. L. Tanner. McKlnnev. W. A. Trlbble. " OrcU'd; M. J. Miller, Mt.Vcrnon. J.II.Colllcr.Crah M, D.Elmore, Stanford. orriCKits. I. S. Docker, President; .1. J. Mcitoberts, Cashier A. A. McKlnuoy.AsslstantCaihler. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully illustrated, largest circulation ot any .cieutlflo journal, weekly.termsfcLOu a years IliO six months, Hpeclmen copies and ilANO on Patknts sent free. Addreia Wanted-- An Idea mr 361 Broadway, Neir Yark. MUNN & CO., Ideaxt ther Pntoct jrour trvhrpitnmikf ..!- OTi Ba?Ti.w,uJ,ntoJ1 D' C..for th.lr $I.eoo prist oSer Uat or two Auadrta IutmUom Who can think of ftomn stm pi fttilnir tai tutUnll brinv you wealth. v nutri v,j iiifvli;rtwyiriifiiaffsiir..Hlf