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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897062201 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. TIIK ELOCUTION AKY CONTEST. MHS. ciikkkv tvTsTrilWT axii Miss' T. L. Carpenter ami .1 '1'. mo sold CI.AKK hkcond honoks. at cattle to Montle til l,.')00-llt- . MHSSltS. WATKU3, UKAZI.KY.t M1'.X):ki:K S l.dO and delivered them Monday. , .1 SUOItKAXOTIir.lt TRIUMPH AS Luno Allon, of Pan villi-Dr. nines PKOMOTKIIH. will preach In tho Presbyterian church hero on Sunday noU, -- 7th, at 11 A.M. The elocutionary content drew a large and 8 p. M. crowd to Walton s Opera House FriThere will ho a mooting f the day night, all the neighboring towns llubtonvllle Fair Co. hero and many in a distance being next Saturday, 2(ltli, ufJ p.m. The matter of holding a Fair thin year and the dato of same are the Important INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, JUNE 22. 1897. NO. 33 , . I HUSTONVILLe. 1 1. Items to bo decided. Tho telephone lino to connect us with your elty will be completed by tho llrst of tho coming week. The mock to build tho Urndfordsvllle lino Inn been subscribed and a mooting will noon be called ait this place to okvt otlleers and let the contracts for building the line. A strong movement is being inuugu-rate- d hero to establish a graded school. The trustees of some of tho nearest districts aro favoring tho plan and wo believe there will bo a sullleiont number from tho others to insure its success. The county superintendent heartily endorses tho Idea and will gladly aid In this worthy cause. Tho McKinney correspondent of tho Cincinnati l'ost telegraphs that Winter Wright has skipod tho country and the statement was published in tho Issue of Saturday last, I wish to state that there is not one word of truth In tho statement. Winter Wright is still at home and has no Intention to evado tho law. Tho eorrosiondont might have ascertained this fact had he not been destrous of publishing a lie. W. II. Wplght. RELIGIOUS Kev. Lorenzo I). McCain, I). I)., a distinguished author and theologian, died at Delaware, O. Tho llaptlst Young People's Union convention at Chattanooga is expected to attract l.l.OOO visitors. Dr. E. F. Walker, tho Presbyterian holiness evangelist, was advertised to preach at the Methodist church last i- - night. Elder Jos. Severance baptized four iwrsons Sunday at New Ilothel, on Green River. Elder Ed Hubbirdls pastor of the church. The meeting at Mt. Hebron conducted by Co vs. Grinstead and JNeal conEight tinues with 1" conversions. joined Sunday night. There Is a Haptlst preacher out In the mountains of Kentucky named Wo find that there are a great many others In this world who do tho same thing. Winchester Democrat. Tho children's day exercises at Walnut Flat were highly creditable, the llttlo ones doing remarkably well. Tho ladles had decorated tho church and otherwise made the occasion attractive. Nov. G. II. Turner preached an able sermon and announced that Sunday, July 11, his Installation would occur at Caldwell church, whonJlKovs. 1 Ik-nu- n. Gllllam.J.C. Frances and T. M. Wil- liams will oillclate. I.ov. lt. H. Mahony made a motion that tho General Assembly of Kentucky Ilaptlsts In session at George town express its sense on tho sanetiilca- tlon question, which resulted in tho Whereas, tho modern following: bauctiilcatlon craze is seriously troubling some of our churches, resolved and urge our brethren by no meaiiH to give It sympathy and encouragement There was a largo audience present and tho discussions were both interest ing and profitable. Tho export of American bicycles Is getting to bo a considerable item. For the 10 months prior to April 1,181)7, tho value of exported wheels was as against Sl,O0l,:iJ7 for tho same period last year. Cashier Youtsuy, of tho Third National Hank of Newport, was Indicted by tho federal court at Frankfort and will bo tried July 7, when he hud just as well prepare to enter tho pen. 1, that wo regard lias u dangerous heresy While bating In a pool near Greenville, Texas. Cashier King, of tho First National Dank of Greenville, Miss Austin, of same place, and Ida Schenck, of Sherman, Texas, wore drowned. John MoFarland, living near Crooks-vlllO., died of sunstroke. A wagon coutuhilug an undertaker and three others going to tho house was struck by lightning and two killed. An earthquuko or electrical shock wus felt in various parts of tho Stuto Thursduy. Near Lexington, Mrs. Lucy Anderson, who wus uwakened, died instantly of heart disoa&c. A heavy windstorm started a lire In tho Western Union Tologruph olllco ut Montgomery, Ala., causing a loss to tho company of fclO.OOO. Five women and a man In Stewart county, Tenn., wero Hogged by a band of masked men and ordered to seek employment. d child was killed at A Hagcrstown, Md., by his brother, uged four, who wus playing with his fathor's pistol. thrco-yenr-ol- o, and E. II. Houzloy, deserve great crtd- LANCASTER lt f"' K,vIl,f ' 1oilo .such a pleas- Mrs. U. F. Walter-- is Usiting rela- - J ant entertainment and they will be glad to know that tho temtxjrury linn lives in jincoin couniv. Mrs. Lizzie Frank, of Flemlngsburg, had S!)!.,1) I to divide among Its members. Tho total receipts for their two is visiting Mcidatnes J. J. Walker and Let drugs alone unless you re.illy need them and then only Pure Drugs such as are W. B. Mason. lust entertainments amount qd to $100. James "Crow" Dillon Is a candidate "ld by particular and painstaking druggists. for jailer and if elected will make a MT. VERNON. good, faithful public servant. Elders Farrar and Skyblue tilled the i mL,L,iliotlium. Cant. Mike Sal- at tho Christian church Sun-- i tor .,. A D()ty and T. M. Arnold are of any thing that isn't the best. Kcmember these '"' .among the Confederate veterans who We can't afford to carry n grain facts w lien the time comes for you to patronage a druggist. Patent medicines of ,,,., i .i, ,..,., ,. .miss .Morerran lias secured ti,u known merit. IJcst perfimicrie3. Toilet Soaps, the puio and safe sort, Combs, the place of assistant in the East Dcrn-sta- week. ISrushes and Baby Bottles school. On Friday a large barn belonging to Mr. C. C. Davis, one of our most en- J. W. Gillisple near Lowell, containterprising and trustworthy young men, ing a quantity of corn farming Imhas charge of the Miller House during plements, was struck by lightning and tho absence of tho proprietor, Mr. burned. good schools and churches. This hotel is Hugh Miller. Our small boy base ball team went to elegantly furnished; now insured for Tho aid boclety met with Mrs. Dr. A. Richmond Friday to play the ictarn Total cost of this hotel properly, G. Lovell last Thursday. Mrs. I). N. game, which resulted In a score of o0 furniture, dec., J7 500. Present price, f Williams was chosen president: Mrs. to 20 in favor of Richmond. They all IHAN UJJ. half cash and balance in one and two James McKinney, treasurer, and Miss seem to play better at home. Venn.. t. L. S. Mattio Williams, secretary. Garrard county furnished the goverWo neglected to mention tho district nor and now wants to furnish tho clerk No. 37. Farm of 33S acres, three miles J. H. SOWDER. MANAGER. otlicers chosen at the las't W. C. T. U. of tho appellate court, O. T. Wallace, from county seat and on good pike. This convention, Mrs. Marv 11. Patterson of Point Leavell, having been nominaFaim, in high state - JOURNAL is and A was chosen president; Mrs. Hosalind ted for of cult vation. Splendid dwe ling of nine fcJUIL-DING-: that ollice on tho prohibition Nesbitt, Recording Secretary: Mrs. II. ticket. rooms, two tenant houses, splendid barn L. Elkin, Corresj)ondlng Secretary, and and nil necessary outbuildings; under good Tho proposed annexation of Hawaii Mrs. fj.nnuel Ward, treasurer. One Iliicl: Hotel containg nin fence. Lund very productive in fact a No should be bitterly opposed as a scheme The rites of baptism were adminis- ti enrich speculators and strengthen rooms, tlnee halW, one pantry, three large model farm. Price, i50 per acre. mus. iikssu: i.YMU'iinmtv tered by Elder Borum last Thursday the republican party. Wo have terri- closets, three porches, one being a double G. A. L. sented. Tiie stage. beautifully decora- morning to tho converts of the recent tory enough without paying $4,000,000 and two single; water throughout the No. 44. Garrard county ted by Mesdames Permella Drown. J. meeting. Thirteen young Christians for a worthless island, inhabited by u building, botii hot and cold. There is a farm. Good dwelling, one tenant W. Hayden and Mary Craig, presented look part in this Impressive ceremony mixed race, all for the bcnellt of a few cUtcrn and two wells, one of the we 's g house nnd necessary outbuildings. Under a sceno of rarest beauty, when the the finest of mineral water. One good fence. Abundance eight young women, dad mostly In pur- - while a largo crowd stood on the banks individuals. We had better do some of the liquid stream, shaded by lovely thing for Cuba. force of which will throw water water. In high state of cultivation. Close forest trees. Mis Mary Moore Stevens, sister of over the top of the building. This brick to school, church and in a good neighborG. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, died of paraly- building alone cost f4,000, besides on the hood. Price, J40 per acre, Editor James Maret, Messrs. casli Williams and Hugh Miller and family sis Thursday evening. She was about same 'ut there arc two other business and balance in one und two years. joined the excursionists of the Press oO years old and had been blind for 10 houses, one occupied with up J. B. C. Association at this place. Miss Margie years. She was a member of the Bap- per story of which contains four rooms MeCIary returned homo from Loretto tist church. Funeral services were acd hall. Other building, which is 18x25 VTrito For .Eost of Properties last Saturday. Miss Sallio Cook is vis- conducted by Elder Gowen and the re- feet, is occupied with and t ere For Sale. But ZjUf Wi, ., iting friends In town. Mrs. W. T. mains wero interred in Lancaster cem- are three rooms above. A outbuildings, Smith has been quite ill. good barn, buggy house, etc., in fact all Land. Excursions conducted, Factories etery Friday afternoon. The iNTKlttOK Joi'KNAI. staff has our Nice brick walks Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts A contest, composed of six exper- outbuilding necessary. Furnished, Kents Collected. Sprite to sincere thanks for many courtesies ienced speakers, each having been suc- all around premises and is within 100 to us during a recent visit to cessful on former occasions, will bo yurds of II. 12. Junction and depot and on J II SOWDEIt, Stanford, Ky. e the beautiful little city of Stanford. conducted ut the on Tues- good pike, one tulle from county scat. The contest was a charming entertain- day evening, June 21), under the auspid ces of tho Ladies' ment and the handsome audience Aid Society. Tho MISS I.t'CIUP. I'l.AKK. of beautiful women and chival- prize will be a purse of gold. Music rous men showed marked appreciation will be furnished by the Lancaster est white, were seated by tho gentle- of tho efforts of the fair contestants. Concert Band. Stanford. Harrodsburg, manly ushers amid ihe banks of jottod Withers, this county, is becoming a Richmond and Lexington will furnish anil cut (lowers. At 8:30 Chairman very busy place. Beside the largo rock talented representatives. M. Lewis delivered a very appro- quarry Interest of W. C. Mulllnsit Co., seem to bo fashionable As ( priate and beautiful opening address, an oil well is being sunk there and it is a scheme is on foot to have a gathering after which Miss Ella May Saunders, said land will reach fabulous prices of "The Crows" at Dripping Springs of Livingston, recited "Leah, the For- - there within the next few months. some time this summer. Dr. Peyton is sakun;" Miss Claudia Wllholt, Nlchol There is no doubt now that oil was the chief ut Stanford and James Dillon asvllle. "Tho Polish Hoy:" Miss Ida struck at Brodhead and kept a secret In this city. It is a mystic, mysterious May Adams, Mt. Vernon, "Tho Death for purioscs best known to those per- - order, and, being a member, I should Urldgoof tlioTay;" Miss Nantie Wil- sons most interested. Hko to attend. One thing certain n son Hell, Harrodsburg, "Tho First The sad news of the death of Mrs. crow" can't talk and this fact keeps Story;" Miss Sue Fisher Woods, Melissa A. Cress was received by her the order bound together by tho strong-man- y Stanford, "Queen Vashtl's Jjunent;" hero Friday, 18th. Sho' est ties of brotherhood. Their meet- - I friends , r n , i M: Miss Lucilo Clark. Danville, "Tho had been a resident of this place for n ings are characterized by plenty to eat Daughter of Franco;" Miss Ora Ellis, number of years, but having been an and drink. Lexington, "The Iist Hymn," and invalid sought relief at the n Last Friday morning Thomas Cecil, Mrs. Uessio Lylo Cherry, Bowling Joseph Price Hospital of Stanford, ' u merchant at Murksbury, shot John Green, "Jack, tho Fisherman." Spucc where for a time tho hope for roilof wus Oats and Royston through tho thigh, Inflicting forbids the extended notice that each gained. Mrs. Cress was born Oct. 20, ' Cecil claimed that a painful wound. young lady deserves on her especially 1S0O, professed religion at tho age of h0 had frightened his wife by drlvitig good points. It must sutllco to say that years under tho preaching of Rev. j rapidly by hor, on returning from a re-each did so well that all would have L. Warren, attaching herself to tho ception a few evenings ago. When Always on Hand at worn medals lu los-- hotly contested Ollvo church, Lincoln county, and dur- - j asked about it harsh words wero used rings. Tho Judges, Elders J. S. Shouso lug her life romnlned a consistent mem- und reports say that Cecil ordered him and W. H. Lloyd and W. I. Williams, bcr of that church. Sho was married ' to leave his store and shot him us ho wero In consultation but a short time to T. J. Cross, of Mt. Vernon, May 15, d Orders at Special Prices. loft, tho ball entering at the back of when through Mr. Lloyd, who made a 1887, to them was born ono child, whlcli the thigh. Cecil claims that Royston happy simoon, they announced the died in infancy. Besides her husband, ' knifo with which ho was making M awardsnnddellvcred tho prb.es,tho first, she leaves two loving sisters, tlvc kind' had a demonstrations. No examining trial a handsome gold watch, to Mrs. Hessle brothers and an aged father, together p has yet been held, Lylo Cherrj and the second, a costly with numerous friends hero to mourn J. I. Hamilton wont to Louisville and lamp, to Miss Lucilo Clark. The de- her untimely death. Sho was laid to contracted with Mr. Hall, tho proprie- cision was received with applause, ...... t.. rMli. ........ .. i ?.. w... l tor of tho circus, billed hero July 17, though many were of tho opinion that residence, Juno 10th. to show on the Fair grounds, giving WILLIAM SHELTON. tho honors should have been reversed. him a per ceut. of tho gate receipts of Tho young ladles rushed to congratuThe Next Session Acting Gov. Worthington has par- that day. Ono ticket admits to the late the winners and tho highly enjoy- doned Lewis Land, who was serving 10 Fair and circus, or both exhibitions able evening closed with apparent gen- years for participation in the Delaney-Ollve- r can be seen for what it costs to attend eral satisfaction. Hoth of tho winners tragedy In Union county several the Fair. This combination will in For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our Now Catahave wonderfully improved in tho year years ago. Land is tho last of those sure a full attendance to both and Is logue Address, MUS. NANNIES SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. since their last uppearar.ee hero, when accused to go free, all the rest having the best arrangement that could have Mrs. Cherry got tho second prize and been acquitted or convicted for brief THE HERO boon made. Another attractive fea Miss Clark got one of the three votes terms. ture for the first day of tho Fair will be for the ilrst. Hoth are deserving of all Leo, son of Dr. E. M. Gober, was Thoroughbred Euroc Jersey ESS HOGS, a shooting match between Danville and tho good things that aro being said of drowned while bathing in Kentucky Laxlngton parties at 200 live birds for them, and If she could hear them, the river. Young Gober was emerging S50 My breeders wero neleeled from the lwr.1. nf a side, or a purse of S100. BB ' 3 oftliU Cumin Imtil of wlno in iw tral States A pang of dlsapH)iutmeut at not getting from a illvo when a companion jumped It is reported that free turnpike adlU'!i(ltil lot of pig of cllrterent axe for gale. IlreJ tho lirst honor, would change to almost on him from the top of a boat house. xjws a iMxtlaltj. SatUlactlon guaranteed. Correa. vocates held a convention near Judson IH)iiueuco tomueu. uiuresj real joy In the heart of Miss Clark, who Tho body bus not yet been recovered. deon Saturday and passed resolutions R. H. BRONAUQH. is entitled to the fullest mead of praise. In u small town in South Dakota the claring their opposition to any candiM) Orchard, Ky. Tho musical feature of tho entertain three saloons uro owned, controlled und date for county ofllee, who is not In fament was lu charge of that natural as personally manuged by tho mayor, marvor of free roads. Their leaders will well as hiyrhly cultivated llttlo musi shal and clerk respectively, and citiW. B. Bradley, the San Francisco cjrtalnly not mix this question up with Co. cian, Miss Anglo Hallou, utid was u zens not holding olllco uro not encourmillionaire, who was a second time polities now, as tho roads nro freo and most nleasinir one, her own contribu aged to enter this branch of trade. curs and The iiiiriurilgiii'd committee will on aro likely to remain so. There are convicted of spitting in street tions and that of her talented bister, Col. L. P. Stone has asked permis- breakers ahead, however, in this part sontencca to 24 hours in the county Miss Flora Hallou, being unusually at sion from Sheriff Plunkctt to adjust 1897, will have to serve his sentence, MONDAY, of the political sea. A craft can not jail, tractive. Misses Junlo and Hettle tho nooso aud spring tho trap ut tho the supreme court having failed htm In front of tho door In Stansail smoothly aud favor all diverse ford, Ky., sell publicly 28 Lincoln County Voaren played the entrance march execution of the murderer of Stone's as a means of relief. und policies at tho same tirno Howl of $!30 each, payable 20 jears, very nicely. The vocal solos by Mrs. wife at Deadwood, S. D., and tho re- theories 'Died from asking another man if it with privilege of paying In live,labearing six and become entangled with different A. G. HulTman and hor llttlo daugh quest has been grunted. was the ver- pur cunt. Interest, payable annually. parties, Interests und factions. The was hot enough for him," ter. Allle, wero well given, tho Immediately after family prayer at truth will become public and startling dict of a coroner's jury in New Mexico Ksued under section 1,857 bf Ky. Statutes. W. L. IUwsox, llttlo one showing that she bus in- her homo in Covington, Miss Amelia J. F. Cumsiixs, Committee. and announcements will last week. In the inoro cultured States described the musical talent of father Buer, aged 22 years, went Into tho par- revelations herited J. II. Paxto.v, ) deal destruction in camps where the of tho East we would have and mother. Miss Isabella Halley put lor and cut hor throa from ear to ear justifiable homicide. the incident as u tires burn brightly now. more laurels on her protty brow by with hor brother's razor. There was Padorowski, once &o haughty and Imrendering a dilllcult violin solo with no known cause. At Zebulon, Gu., Tom Dolk, aged 24 perious, has at last consented to play easo and grace raroly attained by ono WOKS, lost by the and a noted outlaw, was hung in tho tho piano for any ouo, however poor or TIS MD SHEET Over 0,000 lives have-beeof hor ago. Misses Jauio Wearon and earthquuko disturbances which have presence of 4,000 peoplo und tho dis- humble. The only return ho asks for KY., Annio Darst also contributed u recently visited tho province of Assam. patch says: As tho drop fell a mighty such a favor Is 33,000 cash In advance. duet on tho piano. Tho music sweet bathing girl," says the Sole proprietor of Dean's Mack DiaiuouJ Roof went up. Plko county was 'The Duluth, Minn., has a policeman who showt Paint. IJttuiati jurulthvd fur fluting wood, wau given ut proper intervals during of Its former terror und tho Waycross, Ga., Journal, '"now pluugos metal anil Iron rood. SjtUfactlon uarunld. All Is seven foot four inches tall uud weighs with Taint which lasted fully three tho contest, murder of sheriff Gwynn was avenced. Into tho surf wearing a lovely smile." roofs painted rears. Dean's Mack Diamond Tumps . Dealer in Iwil Cistern warranted for nearly 300 pounds. hours. right. It's simply aw amlGalrantuHl Iron Filters. tia!vaulztd ami Mack George Wolf, Louisville's leading' That reully Isn't Frank Clurk, a lineman, was killed Tho promoters of tho enterprise, Iron Hooting of all kinds. ful to talk that way. jowolor, is dead. wire at Lexington. Messrs. Joo P. Waters, S. W. Meucfeo by a llvo JET DRUGS &L0HE I , j We Keep Only The Best. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. EX ,t v,i-Wv- ni dt u-i- REAL ESTATE 0. 0; INTERIOR 1 UIue-Gra- ss SO-ac- ie I31ue-Gia- ss lie-n- bv-dra- never-failin- g l. one-thir- d post-oftic- e. bar-roo- m 1 ed court-hous- com-K)se- METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, SIDING, Lu-cie- n CEILING, . Sot-tier- 's Farm Sr and Yard STANFORD, KT. FINISH. Fence. Hay, well-know- 1 Corn ShipStuff, 1 1 1 F. of Everv Sort j THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. Car-Loa- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. FEMHLE President. JSt ! THE STANFORD COLLEGS "7"ill BeginSeptemloer Sjtlx, 1897. QCUC-QEM- J3tKKi !, I -- Sale Lincoln Court-Houso Bonds. --1 JULY ia, 1 J. X.J ones; IM STANFORD, n well-play- ed ed Jt-tf SWRA""" tiff yy intw Wm l W r rciinnrt 11,1 lioi. linu tn ttinL-j- t Fred Hendricks, a Cincinnati youth, Additional Local, the editors have a big tlmo and suc- was fatally Injured by falling from a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ceeded admirably. After leaving there, Hying dutchuiau Tun Crab Orchard Springs open totho party went to Knoxvllle, thence to Clerk Caulleld, of the Eddy villo pen morrow, Wednesday night, with a ball. Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and itentiary, has for $25,000 It will be a mighty nice place to go Stanford. Ky., June 22. 1S97 the adjacent battle fields, tho outing against WardenHied a suit and take your girl. Happy. 9 ending with a visit to tho Nashville Fire destroyed tho magnillcont libra SUMMER boarders can find delightful Save nil you can nnd conic to our Mo e this week whoru we huvo Great Bargain Col. J. Stoddard ry of tho Iowa State University and Centennial W. V. WALTON. accommodations at. tho College Homo, As usual we aim to make ouch weeks' hiisines better thnii the p by spe- caused the death of a fireman. Attractions Johnston delivered tin address Crab Ori'lmrd, which is presided over cial request on "Tho Rirth and Hisone and do thereby offer belter Imrgiiitw at all time. There Is a plague of tlius In Columbia by Dr. and Mrs. S. SUipp. See J. DEMOCRA TIC TICKET. tory of the Kentucky Tress," which was county, Ark., and tho people are Hopin this issue. ovation. The ing to other parts of tho State. Fo Ap'late m, S. J. SHACKELFORD accorded a following omYers were elected: PresiA New York man is at the point of " Circuit Judge, .V C.SAi'FhEY. Skvkral nice showers have given dent, Loving W. Gaines, Hlkton Prog- deatli from the effects of a mosquito impulse to vegetation and the face of " Com'llh Attorney,. I. S. OWSLEY, Jr. ress; First Vice President. II. K. Wol-fol- bito which caused blood poisoning. " Jleprttentatitr, - .V. F. SOUTH. nature Ih much improved. The atmosDanrillo Advocate: Second Vice Jako Zeller. a Swiss living at Alli- phere- lias been cooled, too, for which " County Jmhje, E. LYXX. J. " Qnty Clerk, - GEO. J!. COOPER. President. John II. Westover, Wil- - ance. O., sold his wife for 100 to get reliof many thanks. Fairer, warmer Kverv item wo present is a money wivor. Wo are showing llio bust assortment of CRASH SUITS. Every suit cut In the now Mylo and warranted to hold its Tuesday. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. liamstown Courier: Secretary, 11. K. money to go back to the old county. .shape. lilac Alpncu Curt, fl.'.'o. Mornlngstur, Howling Green Demoto tho government resuming Tho loss " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. TllK churches here begun to hold unCommittee II. A. from tho burning of tho immigrant staM. OWEXS crat. Executive - SAUL. "Sheriff', ion meetings Sunday night. The first " Jailer, - - GEO. II'. DEllORD. Sommers, chairman: lobt. V. Brown, tion on Ellis Island, is nearly $$00,000. was conducted by Rev. J. T. Sharrard witV. T. Havens. Joe Williams, M. Capt. George II. Jackson, famous as a - - C. G. RAKER. Am-mtho Presbyterian church and tho ness in the Jackson Wnlling cases, was at " Coroner, - - U'M. LAXDGRAF. V. Conley. next will be at the Christian church convicted at Springfield, C.,of perjury. Supt. School, GARLAND JIXGLETOX and be conducted by Rev. J. 15. Crouch. In n'lcooM, from l m ill Men-- ' Fixing and lints. Ilalhriggnn Shirts and Coxohkssmax Evaxs, of Louisville, Hanker Shipp will go to the penitenDrawo s.A'w Fmo Iloneyeomlio Shlrls Is dead "agin" the civil service law tiary for looting tho Midway bank, the Contest. Attention is called to the Hats at fine Extra Quality Miico IIoso atand Drawers, 75c.midSuperior Mylo Straw AX examination of the list of those and Is trying to knock the btulllng out 15c. Silk. lined Windmlilo ilnlf Pn.w Press Asso- of It with n resolution, which is, how- court of appeals having decided against item in our Lancaster letter with at 2.c. Ulcyclo Sweaters at 'Joe. who arc with the reference to the contest by seven young ciation discloses the fact that as usual ever, not likely to pass at tho extra him. Wood Lacy, a Logan county farmer, men who will speak for a puio of gold, are not connected session. The whole business will be a large number, who Jesse Granger, a Ne- under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid with newspapers even remotely, but who repealed before the end of the MeKln-le- y shot and killed gro who had Insulted and frightened Society. James Saulley will represent are permitted by editors, who abuse administration, though. The vic Mrs. Lacy. won their privilege, to represent them, tors need the spoils and are going to Lida Scholle, a domestic at Spring- Stanford and like tho rest has Is sev20, JK) eral contests. The admission help to swell tho party. Railroads have them. field. O.. shot herself to death and left and 40 cents. to the and people extend courtesies Nearly every Nation, tribe and a note stating that she was tired of association with the understanding Tub Stanford base ball club which Summer Vests in Flno Illcarlud and Unbleached nt both work and life. 10c. worth double Shirt and belief that bona fide newspaper tongue is represented in tho jubilee in had not met defeat this season, struck Waists at 25c .Tohnathan Smith was convicted at to Jl Just one half the usual price Lightweight skirls nt il 25. men and their wives and sweethearts London in honor of the 00th anniversag Tompklnsvllle for killing Deputy Sher- a snag when they played the Harrods-bur- Lawns in fn.it colors at lc. Organdie? at 15c in newest pnltorns and alono aro to receive them. It Is there- ry of the coronation of Queen Victoria, color. team here Friday afternoon and iff Patterson and sentenced to 10 years fore a preat imposition to permit every who has ruled longer than any other of 20 to 2. Hon-t- a were beaten by a score In the penitentiary. one. who asks tho privilege, to enjoy potentate. The jubilee program began and Temple, battery for tho visitors, Pulaski Leeds, superintendentof ma n New the hospitality and courtesies of cor Sunday and will continue a week. did fine work, while Hendricks and is crowded as never before and chinery of the L. & N., has been electporations and communities which nro ed president of the Master Mechanics' Johnson, for the Stanfords, did well, At 25c. lilnck. Green and Ox Woods. Wo have on hnuds the handsomest lino of thus doubly taxed to do so. The L. it the pomp and splendor of the occasion but the latter were not supjortcd as Association of America. N. railroad company has been exceed" wa never surpassed. Tho Thames river is a favoHto place they should have been. Hendricks ly kind to the newspapers, but even a Col. R. L. Ewell, whom we used to for suicides to burv their sorrows. The struck out 12 men. and.. Ronta eight and . .. .. tt free horse should not be ridden to call the "Little Red Hog," has anii. bodies of 21 have been taken out of It strange to say not even a death, nor should the free grub be nounced himself an independent repub in was gotten off of either. Two or more the last three months eaten by others than for whom it is in lican candidate for circuit judge in the it. .... ..... ttint. iinniPflintolv after the Danville boys played with the vil- - Evor In this city Ot Wood in Lace Flu c and Oxford. Tain, lilnck, Ac. Don't ....... .... ts .....V tended. Free the association of its London district, and will make it hot forget it will always pay you to Inspect our line before you buy. Heinomher wo jubilee celebration Queen Victoria will tors. and it will be hangers on and barnacles give n for the regular nominee. The colonel abdicate the thrown of England in faCoRRECTio.v. Mr. Grove- Kennedy a much more creditable set than the is mighty strong in Laurel especially vor of the Prince of Wales. was here yostordny and stated that our one which usually passes for its mem- and has a good following in all the At Thomasvllle, Ga., George and i..tiwivt nf li, ktwmttm- - til itj wfin oml bers. counties. Win. Atkins brothers, quarto ed over W1 WhUe ,g inC()rroct in lhat u bIiy,, Our Confederate soldiers who will go Judge Caxtrill holds that the the ownership o a horse, when tlio . lhnt wm Kenncily was lieh,ml hIs . ...... nj . , ,,, Or a handsome piece of , at Nashville tell us that SoOO.OOO bond Issue authorized by the latter fatally stabbed the former. to the SILVERWARE with every f. Purchase. Come to Nashville is preparing to aecommo- B. Gordon persists In his Legislature Is invalid because it is u n- if Gen. John see u. Those who saw it say they both .!... fA tit ..II.rM ,1,1.1 .t'rkjiU ...I. I...I. ui. determination not to accept constitutional and If the court of apjumped down at the same time and as commander, they will vote for Gen. peals sustains him, away goes most of are expected to be. drawn, there by . the same time He also .. ... , aim uio uenien- , ..... ,r Buckner, who next to Gen. Gordon, of the work of the extra session. It is Confederate Ulli lllil. I Mil I'll SiO n llltlU tt II11U B UUI7-nlal. those living, held the highest rank in predicted, however, that tho court will with him, but ho ran off from his horse A severe wind storm struck Louis- the Confederate array. Gen. Gordon is decide against Judge Cantrill. A. UllHAXSKY A CO , I'hohiiktoiu-- . , , ' ,... . .. . ville Friday morning, tho most violent! not a rich man and as he has held tho v. .V .....J '. .t.. T. D. RAXKY, Manaokh. since the tornado of 1S0O, doing much iinnl he was thrown. position for several years, which inPOLITICS roofs and electric damago to trees, Paris, CnrlWe, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawrenceburg, rynthiann, Versailles Kmi- volves much time and expense, withGen. Stewart L. Woodford, of New wires. nence, Oeorgctowr n. KlUabethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mnuckort, Ind. Circuit court will not be In set; out any salary or perquisites attached, Peter Yates, tho aged murder of a slon again till Saturday. they think he ought not to be forced to York, was nominated for Minister to woman in Louisville of whom he was IX the case of B. F. Scott's adminisdevote another term to the work. In Spain. Dr. A. D. James was appointed U. S. jealous, died in jail from tho effects of trator vs the L. Jfc N., In which a veraddition to his rank, Gen. Buckner is wound at the time of dict for S'J.OOO was returned, the atvery wealthy and cunafford to take the marshal for Kentucky and it is said a that Dr. Deboe's entire slate will go the murder. torneys filed 11 reasons for a new trial, olllce and give his timo and means tp Gen. John II. Reagan, the last sur- 10 on errors made by the court and the can be induced to through. it. If Gen. Gordon Of the 123 Yale graduates this year viving member of the Confederate cab- other because the verdict is excessive continue in command the old soldiers 99 are said to be republicans. This par- inet will deliver tho oration at tho and made under passion and prejudice. will bo for him to a man, but they do not want to Impose too much on one tisan concern ought to be tabooed by meeting of the Confederate veterans at Tho court has not yet passed on it. Nashville The $1,000 damage suit against the who has already given so liberally of democratic patrons. A solid of Chair will nrrlvo tht week. niiir.icliiKti!l of tlu new tiling, mllii John R. McLean is said to have Minister Craft, on trial at Prestons-bur- g L. tt N., In which Train Dispatcher money to the noble cause his tlmo and . Jtomau. r'rviicli, KiirIMi anil Colonial Stjlo. sworn evidence that the Southern delalo for Illrtlnliiy mid ICrlcInl for tho murder of one Higgins Sheridan was charged with abducting In Mnliogony, Oak, Illrcli. Mnpl IMt ami egations to the republican convention many years ago, denied the crime on the child of Clarence Deaihcrago, It has been ascertained that 57 Senthe witness stand, but confessed to which was on trial at last roiwrt, reators are for the Hawaiian annexation were bought for McKinlcy. killing two other men. Senator Deboe says no Kentuckian scheme, which is three short of the nt Lin- sulted In a verdict of ?50, which the Von will flail my dtwljjn and llnMio right In totuMi The Feeble-mindecan be upixilntcd to an Indian agency. coln, 111., was wrecked Institute with N York. ll.Mon ami I'hlla s by wind and court promptly set aside nod a new tri- iloljililii. necessary vote on such ques11 undecided in tho Residents alone are eligible. This lets four Inmates killed. Sovere storms oc- al will be had. tions. There are matter and out of these the republicans out Editor McCoy, of Plnevllle, who curred throughout Indiana, Nebra IV. Iowa and other States. Ox 1 is Ear. A reader of tho Lou claim they can get the requisite num- will have to cut and come again. Col. Nicholas McDowell has a five isville Times saw the reproduction of Senators Carter, Htinsborough, Manber and more. Otherwise they procow with a record of 21 1 ounda panl rrtt,jhl4 from rrcntlce In Its issue tle. Pettlgrew and Teller broke away year-olpose to accomplish their purposo by a of butter in seven days. U. G. Fox sold of a few afternoons ago, one of which joint resolution. The matter will be from the republicans and voted against toF. D. Spottswoodl for Boston ,,,.' bay mare Ear read: "Tho sheriff of Lincoln county the amendments on tho tlax, hemp and tics, his taken up by tho committee on foreign ly Sal, by Jewmont, dam by Messenger invites us to como and kick him. Dr. and if It can not be jute schedules, relating to lloor mat- Chief, for $700- .- Advocate. affairs Johnson said of certain curiosities in rushed through, action will likely be ting, plain jute fabrics, burlaps and Tho peach crop In Hardin county is in Scotland that they were worth seeing postponed till next session. It ought cotton bagging. almost a failure. Some of the growsee. An unholy alliance between demo- ers on Muldraugh Hill report that but not worth going toLincoln In like to be postponed till doomsday. sheriff we say of the and republicans they will have a fourth of a crop but manner is worth kicking, but not worth crats, falsely that lie thut The court of appeals holds that the for private revenue only,, is producing none report prospects for over have going to kick." Sheriff Nowland's athardly tention was called to it and he was act of 1S(J:I, by which the building and a terrible brood of vampires' who will whilesomost of them will half much. Elizabethtown News. waltzing around on his auricular until loan associations were allowed to collect not leave "a rag, a bone, or a hank of it was explained that tho paragraph more than 0 per cent, interest by the hair" on either their sinful parents or was written about the time ho was torn AN FARM AND TRADE. collection of premiums, dues on stocks tho innocent people forced to suffer for and could not possibly refer to him. present sheriff of Lincoln is satisand other charges In addition to the tho sins of their rulers. Louisville Tho owner of Umbrella has refused Tho that ho Is not only worth kicking, fied regular rate of Interest on loans, is spe- Post. $10,000 for him. but worth coming to kick, if any man and cial legislation and unconstitutional. &. B. McCreary is prominently! Josiah Bishop has a owe which thinks ho can do so and still occupy Tho decision is a severe blow on these James space on this terrestrial sphere. 103 pounds. mentioned as a candidate of the bimet- weighs institutions and they will make a big al! The wheat crop is being harvested ists in the Eighth Congressional dis Mt. Vernon, June 21. Sparc mo effort to have it reversed. Tho court now and is generally fair, triet. An abler and more nonulnr dem space in your valuable paper to exis given to reversing itself and may do Ornament won the Himyar stakes at press my sincere thanks to the ladles does not live in tho 8th district so. xne onicers say tnat tnc ueci&ion , ocrat .,....,wi ,.. t .mllnn. of Stanford for favors shown my dear ,.minnnn bvawir ,w t It IUI III! lllif .&. I1U1IU11UII.U iiu 11111 Liu iv mo i.inin " will have no effect on the security of uuu ii iiu is Ira 13 years old Is wife In tho Joseph Price Hospital in A horse said to by such a majority as will over-- ; the way of kind words, beautiful llow-erthe loans, but will play havoc with div- district vn-by a Contralto, Mo., man. &e and especicially do I want to whelm all opposition whether appear- I1Y idends and many companies will have ing in detail or in a state of fusion.! Fred P. Bishop sold to Lyon & Allen thank Mrs. A. G. Huffman and Mrs. to go into liquidation. of StanIt. B. Mahoney. The people of butcher stuff at .'to. Gov. McCreary is a tower of strength will There is talk of a Sil.OOO free for all fordmo. ever be remembered kindly hope to see him bear-- ! T. J. Cress. bv Dissicsions have already arisen in and outsiders will Chi- the McKlnley olliclal family. Secre- ing tho Hug to victory in his old light- - trot to come off at New York or tary Sherman, who has a mind of his Ing ground where defeat always perch- - cago, A. J. and W. K. Rice bought of Hud own and is not shy in expressing it, is es on tho other man's Hag. Bowling . i heifers und steers at I'ollcgo Homo Is now son tt Page opjwsed to the policy of the president Green Courier. oiwn for Wirilurs. 813.73. Como to Crab Orchard, lircatlio tlio inouii- towards Hawaii, as well as on other Also carries a' Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, g minertain air and drink tliu Balk Line, C. II. Hold's pride, ran al waters. Location high, retired; grounds News Briefly Told things. Humor, therefore, has it and Huggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. airy. Taabundant anil it bcems to be true, that Mr. Sherman Sunday's wind storm did much dam-ag- o third at Latonia Friday Ho was a hot ample, shariuwith tlio Itesl verytho of ble supplied favorite. will shortly resign from tho cabinet, Oppoitc Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky places in tho western portion of the State. colt, George Keene, Dallytodrlvo to tho various watering res The fret) guests. Tor particulars, add in which ho seems to be a stumbling A tornado in Kansas swept away ono vfr-f'AfrA,iw'M:i:i 812,000 at Lexington DR. STA 11'. I'ror. EH block, though when ho goes he will village und did great damago at other changed hands for Saturday. take away most, of tfio bruins of tho !)ol,ltdA WORD TO- ' j The Journal savs that John 13. Em- ' concern. Brady, the new governor b,.y B,,,,ed i;i car loa, 0f cuttlo from John Green PROPERTY OWNERS. THE Hurrodsburg Democrat, which of Alaska, was once a homeless waif in Xiehohi?vlllo bought at lie. Aro you insured ? If not, why not? ThQ jifdwav Clipper reports sales of is Now York. persists in stating that of dwellings and barns good as yours A colored boy has confessed to rob-- , ss extra flno 1,100 cattle, returning, says that in Mercer county good butter can bo bought ut 5 cents Ding tno store oi t'ortman Uros., at to 1)500 ,H,umri( Ilt p0methlng less than and slow salo id' that. The poor wo- Liioeny, oi nu. W. D. Lacy, a Logan county farmer, Wo havo added a splendid line of Clothing to our stock of General man who has to sell it at that price will H. F. Newland and James and Geo. Every tho shot to death a Negro tramp who had King sold to B. F. Robinson, of Robin-o- dollars.year, Involving you loss of millions of Merchandise and aro now prepared to Why should expect to escape hardly agree with tho editor, who from year to year of Gurrurd, a car load of ISO-ldoubtless whistles to keep his courage insulted his wife. Earthquakes aro getting a little too hogs at II cents. up. Your Proporty May Burn numerous. Tho golden coast was Thompson & Jones, of Marlon counTHE day after McKlnley passed shaken up Sunday and reports of sevWithin a year, within a mouth, within 21 Any thing you want from an overy-dasuit to a wedding outfit. ty, bought in the Shelby City and hours. Why should you e.xisu tho accuthrough Lexington a good plug horse eral in the old world ai o mudc. Our stock of sections, a lot of mulation of years of 'honest 'toll to loss by sold for 15 cents. He would havo proba slnglo lire, which can destroy It In an Walter Leslie was convicted at heifers at 21 to Ilic. hour 't Soliciting a Hhuru of your patronage ably sold for 10 cents tho day be- Tompklnsvlllo of killing Cullum D. Fagaly has the best Held Valentino Respectfully, fore. Thus docs tho advunco agent of Cantrill and sentenced to 20 yours' im- of wheat wo have heard of. It Is most Notions, Shoe, Chinawarc, Glassware, Qucenswnro, & c was never moro comp'eto prosperity fulfill tho mission promised prisonment. Nine of tho jurors favor- all between 5 und six feet high, while JESSE D. WEAHEN, for him. ed a verdict of murder. General Agont, - - - - Stanford, Ky some of it measures 0 feet. VTtrktiT ! DON'T THROW AWAY MONEY. - to-dn- v. uv-io- us no-tic- u well-merite- d k. Now Is The Time to Buy. r, -- FANCY SUMMER COATS, LADIES 'NECESSITIES. Lon-dondo- Ladies' Belts, Brand Style Buckles, .. o-uaggor 51?oe5 cxr)d Oxfords, fc. , I j , re-uni- ... Handsome Bronze DiocK, j 1 I n """ ,,;, .,,,.., ,, ...... THE LOUISVILLE STORE. .,, CARPETS & MATTINGS. car-lo.nl Bargain Drive for June- I'ivm-iiN- to-da- flu-Nl- u-d d two-third- com e: and see 1 W. WITHERS. STANFORD. d ; three-year-ol- d SPECTACLES I CRAIG d, TO SUIT EVERY EYE HOOKER. HCCURKTE FIT GUHRHNTE8D. or ; ' 1 ! I . Ifr ! s, WMIaMEEW UHDGRCAKinG d lt 700-poun- d Summer Boarding. health-givinM'11-on. J. C M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. r-t- ItO-od- d R-jo- - -- Thoii-suu- Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning V ilLifiLliJi. woll-sulectcd y, I n, b Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. i IIus-tonvll- lo Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, FARMS A HARDIN. JtiJM--. ,t 7, : r- - wt r.T.jAfligwjaK WV.soll country Imcon nt 7 cents per Fly paper and Fly Traps at Warren & Shanks'. longtime, pound. HIgglns & Molvlnney. JOURNAL vlllo, who iuh boon for THE INTERIOR is gradually growing weaker and thoro T "A ,xs.( i.i 1,111 IIO I, lilt f,ll .1.1 ., t Mori: Raiding. Immunity from arIJ l.Vfl, .11.1. f..1j mill itlfitMi frit. Is littlo hope of her recovery rest seems not only to huvoemboluonod stylos. Danks, tho jeweler. Mil .and Mrs. EdCartrr, Mrs. W. Latest tho toll gate raiders but to have had Ky., -- Junk 22, 1807 P.Tato, Mrs.Llz.ioMoAllstor, Mrs. Dr. Stanford, Urino your prescriptions to us if you Its Inlluenec in unexpected quarters. VauArsdalo and Miss Alllo VanArs-dal- e want prompt and elllclent work. Craig Last Saturday a very daring raid in M stfx'k U et full of Good Things and Choice Spring I'.UW "is and Messrs. J. S. Hooker and J. ,t Hocker. cc E. C. Walton, Husinijss Mnaoi:r. broad day light was perpetrated upon irgr-nrW. Haydon left yesterday to attend w .i jm mil i ;i v- ii w Jcdui: Carson discharged Sophia onoof our worthy families. About the Christian convention at Louisville. o'elock a number of vehicles came to 1L Till: beat is cheapest. That's why liiKioiiowingLonieiieratesatKi inojr Embry and Mary Lee, who were arrest- halt In front of the residence of Eld J. our paint-- , lead and oil aro cheapest. ed for breaking into the hou.--e of HenI will - il i il Durlii" Hie next Co ilati 1'rli'ci will tie Gk.UU It ou friends went to tho Nashville Penny's Drug Store. T. Sharrard ami before he could make yusterday: Messrs. J. W. Alcorn, ry Walters and stealing something to any pieparatlons for defense tho house Thomas Hlehards. M. C. Saulley, W. eat, the proof beintr conliictlng. FE RSONflLS. was in possession of the raiders and he A inan't All Wool suit for SI .0, Conii and G.Welch, II. Pendleton. J. K. th"in ulirtlit r ou n.int to buy or not. Till! Crab Orchard postolliee muddle and his wife commanded to keep quiet DR. P. W Looa.v wont to LoulsvUlo Engleman, G. W. DoHord, Is Sam Ho-- s and say nothing under penalty of being said to have been settled by tho yesterday. T. M. Goodknight aud wife aud Mrs. II. IJURTON rolurnud to Uice. George P. Hrlght and daughter, promising It to George Patton, who re- severely dealt with. A number of siis-- 1 Jamks cently moved from Garrard to the East plelous and dangerous looking pack-age- s Montgomery Satttrday. Miss Annie E. Hrlght, and visitor, Miss wore placed in tho dining room Mrs. P. 11. Idol, of Lexington, wtw Iluttle Humphrey, Miss Frances Ad- End, and tho other applicants, a half doon or more, are said to be a- mad as and parlor which proved later to conthe guest of Mr. .1. H. Portmnn. ams. G. A. Tray lor, W. II. Higgins, tain munitions of war preparatory to a Wll.t.SKVimANUK joined his wife ut Alfred and Harry HIgglns, Walter and hornets. seige of winter or want. After holding in Shelby Sunday. her father's A SNA KB with two heads was shown Will Hopper, Trtieheart Hourne, Jas. Mish Cora .Ionkh. of Somerset, is and Hubert Carpenter, M. S. Peyton, in this olllco Saturday by M. J. Mor tho fort for a couple of hours they No arrests have tho gui'Ht of Mhs Stella Bullou. gan, of the Waynesburg section. Ho quietly dispersed. ICendriek Alcorn, Eugene OrndorlT. We have every thing New and Fresh; no old stock. A new line of been made. In fact we learn that Mr. Greens-burcaught It alive in Pulaski, but let it lay Miss Kdna Courts went to Sharrard and wife Invito them to come weeks. Saturday to nHind several in the sun on bringing it home and it HOME NEWS, back again and promise next timo to Urn ILutniN wont to MontloolloSiit-- u died in sections. It is well preserved bo prepared to receive them. What inlay to Hond a wemk with hid father. sets, links and belts. In alcohol and is quite a curiosity. NbY shirt waist A complete stock of every thing in the Drug Lino. Latest style; best makes tho matter worse is that the Miss nsTil.L Walkkr, of See the window. Danks. quality. Postponed. .Walter Carter, the K. raiders wore dresses and hats and are is tho guest of Miss Hello DenOi'R trusses give the greatest satis- C. brakeman, who was to have married members of the Christian church at ny. place. Miss Ollio Kidwell, of Paint Lick, Sat- this -Miss Hathi: Ilu.MiMiitKV, of Bloom-flol- faction. Craig it Hocker. Compounded Accurately urday, was willing to have the cereCarson. A long, varied and some In the guest of Miss Annie Kviina MachinboII from 20 to :iTe per galmony jHirformed, but tho law would not what checkered career came to an end Hrlght. lon. HIgglns it McKinney. let him. Ills divorce suit which was when Judge Arch C'umon died at Crab Mr. and Mils. J. II. McCaiitv, of DRUGGIST, STANFORD. KY. jgj Fitl'lT Jars and Jelly Glasses of all to have come up Friday was postponed Orchard Friday. He had been a fa- Klngsvlllo, attuuded the elocutionary kinds at Warren it Shanks.' until next week and as courts, like miliar figure on the streets of his town contest. other large bodies, move slowly, there's for many a year and ho will be missed MAitOARirr Woods, of GarMrs. TUB soda water at Penny's Is pure, no telling when the day of his happi- - from his accustomed haunts, lhe old rard, in vlhltlng her daughter, Mrs. J. cold and refreshing. Try it. SEE OUH gentleman was born about 77 years ago nest will come. C. Hays. Try our flOo tea for making ico tea. TllRRB were 29 jwrsons examined near Walnut Flat and with the excepMIL J. S. IIOCICRR ban been honored i, tion of a few years spent in an curate of Kentucky Uni- It' good. Hlggins ,t McKinney. by election Friday and Saturday by Profs. II. S. when a young man, has lived all his life versity. Wagon and Implement paint, bright Young and L. C. Hosley for teachers' in this county. Col. Welch, who knew Mrs. .1. 11. l'A.XTON will entertain certificates, in addition to the US exam- - him well, tells us that his lirst recollec- durable colors. W. H. McHoberts. &C. the Kconomicnl Club nuxt Thursday Inud several weeks ago. They have not, t,01 of ,,,, WW 4r, years ago, from I to (I. ball teams of SUtn-for- d reM)rted on their last examinations, but! Tin: I'olorud bate when ho kept tho Old Bell Hotel at IJest and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. Mits. .1.1). SWAIN bin been very ill and Danville will lock horns on on the lirst only one got a s cerfever, but is improving. Somer- the grounds on East Main street this tificate, six second and six third, while l.'l Crab Orchard. He afterwards kept the with Warren House, that used to stand on set l'aragon. afternoon. failed entirely. This N not so bad, what Is now a part of the court-hous- e Hurn-sidMissus Ukskik and Jknnik A LAitui: pile oi rock has been dump- however, as Pulaski county, whero out square. For many years he has been of Garrard, wore guests of Miss Known Before, Satisfaction Guaranteed ed in the court houro yaid to be bro- of 71 examined only two got unable to do much and has kept pretty Pearl Burnsido. ken by the jail hands and placed on the whllo ol were completely shut out. closely at home. Three of his chil-- j Mrs. Kl.LUN L. Owsluy and Mrs. pikes that have lon made free. T. dren, Postmaster W. A. Carson, Pa no, of Lancaster, attended the fuTub funeral of Mr. II. S. Withers Carson and Mrs. Kenner Farris, J.sur--I ONLY 15 persons took advantage of was very largely attended, friends neral of Mr. Withers. to Ellabethtown coming from Harrodsburg, Danville, vive, of 10 that he had. He was a mem-- I Hlkdsok HailkyIius returned from the cheap round-trii been attain- Sunday to attend the Colored Haptlst Lancaster and the county towns in bcr of the Presbyterian church, a Mar$ Lexington, where ho ban (V5? 3? son for over 30 years and as kind heart-- I college. MK ing a business Association, which is in session there. considerable numbers. Many of them THOSE cd and clever a man as ever lived. The MRS. J. W. Hastin and daughter, brought flowers and the grave was cov Picnic The Sunday schools of the ered with beautiful floral offerings. It funeral was with Masonic honors, after of Harrodsburg, iqwnt hint week with (i ti fi i tn Presbyterian, Haptlst and Christian ii rwiii iiuv Coiimnn li liti 't'L wj riuiuu uj ; TT n her mother at Maywood. was quite an affecting scene when Mrs. Xannii: Tyrki: Is luck from churches will have a union picnic Fri- Misses Virginia Bowman and Jose- Faulconer, and was largely attended. Howling Given and Nashville, whero day, July 2nd. The place has not yet Ms. M. M. SaNDJDOi:, of Mlllodge- 111 11 t Clothing. lAlii)3iL m-- i 3 I TME wr A - 7in JD E SOLD lu.-- ro-uul- m m m Orn-dorl- T, j - m HSS NEW CHILD'S SUIT FOR 501GTS. H. J. MeROBERTS. B GOODS I n g Toilet Articles- liloh-mon- d, Station.a,r3r; 3Prescriptio:n.s W. B. MoEOBEBTS. -- d, m MIs-our- Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HHRNESS, ,,,.,, first-clas- I I k. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAREN & SON. $mm$mmwmmm3wMWjmmmm , tir-t-el- p a. ..& t k phine Held nnd Horace Bowman came Turnpike Election Invalid. been selected. she has been for come time. forward and with streaming eyes laid When the fiscal court met In December At 50c. 75c and Si nro just the thing for boys. Suvo work and worry of A RAY horse, whoo ownership Is un- beautiful designs of flowers on their last, County Attorney J. B. Paxton exMissus SOIMHA McCormauic and milking. Carrie Dunn, of tho Wuit Knd, are known wa killed on Mr. S. II. Shanks' grand father's grave. The beautiful pressed the opinion to the court that gnosis of Miss Hattlo Fowler. farm last week. His head was cut otT cemetery in which Mr. Withers sleeps tho turnpike election was void because MRS. T. A. Kiei: haH arrived from as smoothly ns if it had been done with tho sleep that knows no waking, is in a the petition asking for It was noted of New Orleans t Hpend tho heated term a sharp instrument. great measure duo to his enterprise. In record at a speciul term of tho county with her brother, W. H. Shank. 18.W, he and others saw the need of betcourt and the election ordered at a regTUB court met Saturday and Mil and Mils. Johns, casskll, o Linen, (Genuine to make pants and suits ut 25c. ter accommodations for the dead and ular term only four days thereafter, leasMrs. Nannie Moore and 11. H. Hell, of heard arguments pro and con on discussion formed a company and while, in his opinion, the law required after ing the turnpikes, but took no action Harrodsburg, attended tho contest. . bought an acre, one rood and 10 jwlcs that tho petition should be noted of Mil. J. S. Owsi.KY, JR., joined bin as the question of the Invalidity of the of land from Mr. Wesley Rout, giving record at a regular term and the elec wife and son at Franklin Sunday and election was raised. their note for It for 141.2.". Tho note tion ordered at the succeeding regular Try our 05 cents Oxfords for Ladles Plucks and Tans. will go from there to tho Nashville Hia Crowd. A letter from James is dated Sept. 2(1, 1S.7J, and is in Mr. t rm so as to give 'M intervening days KrO-itlOIH. Cook, one of the proprietors of Crit- Withers' handwriting. His signature for the tax payers to investigate the MR. AND MRS. I. V. Flsii arc tenden Springs, says that over 100 comes first aud then those of Thomas proceeding. His opinion was based on to go Ui housekeeping In a part guests aro already at that popular re- W. Napier, G. II. McKinney, W. Hout, a decision of tho court of appeals, renof MissCarrlo Porter's house on Lan- sort and that the crowd is growing dal- J. A. Lytic, John J. HulTman, Thomas dered by Judge Pryor, in a school tax Don't throw your old Umbrellii Frames away, but bring tlieni to us and liavo tlietu caster street. ly. B. Montgomery, Hoyo Stewart, Henry case taken up from Fulton county, In Miss Callik Horton. the Intrr-io- k OR ANGUS. Mr. J. H. HIgglns hiw a C. Helm and Jas. Paxton. A marginal which it was held that the county judge Jot'RNAls stenographer and typei orange tree which Is in full note shows that Mr. IIufTman transfer- could not receive a petition except at a Vi writer, Is spending a week In the counbloom and from which hoos to eat red his liability to Mr. John Uaugh-ma- regular term of tho county court, and try. who wanted to be one of thoorlg-na- l after the order receiving said petition On xalo SATURDAY and MONDAY. Lt. Carlo H. Hrittian, of tho U some delightful fruit ere many moons 10. Every ono of the signers are had been duly entered, tho judge must wax and wane, it bore a few oranges S. Navy, who is shortly to marry Mis dead now save Capt. McKinney, who is wait till tho next regular term of his Mamie Haldwhu Is visiting lulatlvon in three years ago. secretary, and ho is nearly SO. Mr. court before he can legally make an ortills county. Miss EllCN Hai.LOL' will givo pi- Withers was treasurer and to his ex- der directing a sherilT to hold an elec-tf rUP MRS. M. C Sauki.RY loft yesterday ano lessons at the Myers House. PuTlitfSWl management is duo the fact tion. Tho lauguago of the school tax To tin., to visit Mrs. A. W. pils will receive two lessons a week, cellent for Gallatin, that tho company tins over $2,000, after law is identical with tho turnpike law GioHtor, and will go to the Contonnlal aud special attention will be given to largely increasing tho size of tho cem- .villi reference to the petition for holdwhile so near to It. technique, pedaling, phrasing and ex- etery, which will bo used to buy more ing elections and is as follows: "It is tho Mr. and Mrs. Horack Hrown pression. Terms W per month. Mr. duty of tho judge to make an order on land and make improvements, found it so intensely hot In the city Headed by U S. lyiODEI., I?0. 38,353. Withers always opposing the declaring his order book at the next regular term El.IAS KlDD came near being killed Son of Klover's Model. No. 29,710. the greatest breeding bog living, and HUNDLEY'S that they returned to Stanford and are of the court after he "receives" said pe CLAUDE. No. IS.6D1. .on of the World's Columbian Champion. Claude. No. 11,007. Fine, any dividends. by taking arsenic pills, which a care- of l 9. ltt..li-- !! .. now at tho Myers House. .1. 1.1 ..!.. m nreen. ami nreiiows iiiun fcin- ,llil Mr. Withers wns always a democrat tition.'" This has been construed by toniiv voting Hoars ruauv "r urll;.'. i iu llrsKlass In win ovurv respect, with This stock N strictly Miss HattiuMarrs, who gave Miss less Hustonvlllo drug clerk gave him and used to tell an interesting story in tho court to mean that "receiving" tho asi'eefaltj, rltouiur wants or eomo and pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Clark her lirst training in elocution, for calomel. Ho took '2 grains aud jHJtition must bo at a regular term of see mv legup with her but for the prompt work of Dr. Ed Al- connection with his first vote. About and Miss Ollio Marrs came Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. ANo Mammoth I'ekin Duck A few tho timo ho was 21 ho roomed at Dan- the court and made a matter of record Eggs. SI fresh13. A. E. HUNDLEY. Ilox 1U5 Danville, Ky. for to the contest and were greatly dlsajH corn, he might now be sleeping in tho ville with Hon. T C. McCreery, who at a regular term of tho court, after that their favorite didn't get cemetery on the hill. polnted was attending Centre College and who which the judge must wait until the lirst honors. TUB Young Peoples' Society of tho was afterwards U. S. Senator. They next regular term of his court before MRS. J. M. HRUCR, of Klbnbothtown, Christian chu.ich will glvo a moon were about the same age and ono day ho can legally make an order directing is preparing to givo an elocutionary light fete in tho church yard Friday they decided to write a joint letter to the sherill to hold an election. Severcontest in July and has already secur evening, justices concur with Mr. June 2.1th, at which lees, rasp Mr. Van Huron, who was then tho pres- al ed a number of contestants, Mrs. Cherberries and cako will bo served for tho ident of tho United States. In It they Paxton in his construction of tho mat ry and Miss Ida May Adams being small sum of 2."o. All are Invited to bo told him that they were about to cast ter and as tho question is ono of very among the number. promised a pleasant their first vote and wanted to do so for grave importance it should bo taken present and aro lUBUCKYICHUftN MR.O. P. McUoiirrts, who is S2, time. tho democratic ticket, but did not care out of the probability of doubt, for If be a partner of Mr. II. S. and used to Makes hard work easy. You can get more HarN HL'RNBD. Mrs. Sallio Pen- to unless tho administration took tho election is Invalid it makes all acts Withers, came up from Danville to atbutthe proper course on tho financial and of tho llscal court with reference to the butter. You wash, salt and work tho tend his funeral and was tho guest nington's barn near Crab Orchard was Blavery questions invalid. The petl- - ter before taking it out of tho churn. then agitating tho turnpike question Ho Is yet struck by lightning and burned early of Mr. W. H. McKoberts. Friday morning. The building was in country. They never expected to hear tion for tho turnpike election was on You halo and hearty. tho letter again and were conse- -' eelved ut a special term of tho court one. Mil I). C. Payni:, who has been In good repair and a commodious bug- qucutly greatly elated when by due' held Aug. tl, 1S00, and tho order was the grocery business hero for several Sixty barrels of corn, a wagon aud courso of mail a letter with the olllclalnado for tho olection at tho regular months, has been forced to glvo up his gy and somo harness which were in it were also consumed, causing a loss of stamp of tho government came to their term four tluysjthereaftor. There should It will pay for itself in few weeks, Call business and return to Crab Or address, which upon oponing they found be no politics sought to be injected into about 6300. and see it. chard In consoquenco of tho serious Ill prest- - tills question. If Mr. Paxton Is right, London Kcho. Mrs. Thomas J. Cress, of to bo an anawer written by the Cress. ness of his wife. dent's own hand. Ho acknowledged the peoplo have plenty of timo to Mrs. J. W. Nksiutt and Mrs. Mt. Vernon, who has been ill nt JosUp-to-Da- te letter in courteous terms, con-- j tify tho matter. They can file a petN Schooler came down from Mt. Vernon eph Prico Hospital for somo months, gratulated them on being democrats tion at tho July court and tho election o'clock of with Mi&s Ida May Adams to attend died Friday morning at le.slabor and assured them that he would do ov- -' can be regularly ordered at tho Most Complete and Convenient Freezer ever offered iu Munford. iteqt ires the contest. Mrs. Ncabitt is our ex- stomach trouble. Sho was a daughter in his power for the best sola- - ust term. It will require only 550 names less time anil less ice than anv freeer.only requiring from one to two minutes to cellent correspondent at that point and of the late Nathan Singleton, of tho tionofthodlllleulties pending. By lot or 'unci tho election will not delay matters sold on trial. freeze cream We guarantee them to do all we claim and thoy arc we aro glad to know that she enjoyed South End of this county, and was a sisVery respectfully, Try one. fell to Mr. Mc- - in tho least, because that olection and Come and see for yourself. ter of Garland Singleton, democratic otherwise, tho letter ' her visit. Creery and it may bo iu tho possession the ono on tho question of the bond St TUB Mt. Vernon people, who think nominee for school superintendent, and ' sue can bo huld at the same time. If his family now. Is nobody like Dr. E. J. Drown, E. O. Singleton, tho Turnersvillo merthere Mr. Withers was a voracious reader' the election is Invalid tho fiscal court 113 years old. Sho have been passing more highly eulo- chant, and was almost and probably took n greater number of ! has no right to buy or lease pikes or gistic resolutions on him. They wcro was married to tho man who Is now newspapers and periodicals than any sell bonds. Lotus be sure nbout tho prepared by Messrs. S. C. Davis, J. L. bowed down with grief, somo 10 yenrs man in this section. Ho was well post- - matter and then there will bo no Joplln andS. C. Franklin and adopted ago and ono child was born to them, questions, but his extreme necessary delay. Tho peoplo havo voted but It lived but a short while. Mrs. at a meeting held last week. modesty forbade him from making a for freo turnpikes and thoy aro Miss Katb Cook, who went to Crit- Cress was a good, Christian woman and exhibition of It. He was for a led to them and to havo tho vote taken tenden Springs a weak ago, was taken had been a member of tho Baptist long timo and until his resignation, ono in such a way as the collection of the IsJ Receiving his- for years. Her remains wore daugeroualy ill there Friday aud for churchto Garland Singleton's Friday bo enforced. Let there be no taken of tho commissioners of tho Deaf and taxes can awhllo her doctors thought she could evening, aud uftor appropriate services Dumb Institution at Danville, ono of , legal entanglements in tho matter in notllvo. Sho grew better tho follow- Saturday afternoon they were laid to tho best managed eleemosynary ostab- - which tho majority has spokon so tho ' phatlcally. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. ing day, howover, and la now thought rest In near burying ground ut Ollvo In tho Stato. Waynesburg. church to bo out of danger. Cidren's AX)$f Al-Hotne-Mude) Wash Suits i i1 hir)cr) Suits, fl-- Q5 CENTS. I. pri-parl- ng Umbrellas Recovered. n, NEW WASH GOODS SEVERANCE & SON. J-- ssrsusfcasi m.n jsisivtimisism !-Tri.l Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland Gnjnas. 1 .... I 4 . - .1 .1 for-al- e. to H - The ex-chi- ef Buckeye Churn One i CDJESII' re-fro- tn Will Soil Trial. j m . rec-the- ir The Freezer. 1 Aug-oiylhin- g is-- of HICCINS M'KINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, I ontit-publ- ic THE MERCHANT TAILOR ( tB SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. W,JW- - - J -- -- ssac I!" 5HP HUMWW MHk Mi 4-rf BLUE-GRASS u IN TEXAS. MATRIMONIAL. have Samuel Burket, 22, and Miss Martha Strunk, 10, were married at the bride's homo Saturday. A Greensburg, Pa., man attempted suicide because his wife called him a d thing. mean old Jack Johnson, who abducted the old daughter of J. M. Klrkland, was riddled to death with buckshot by thelatterat Maylleld. Miss Carrie Hunter, daughter of Rev. J. G. Hunter, of Harrodsburg, was married Saturday to Thomas Nicholas, of Chicago. The wedding was n very swell affair. Thomas French, l.'i, and Susie Harlow, i:. were married at the bride's home at Cairo, 111. Tho parents of both were present and there were lots bridal presents. Mr. Geo. F. Parris, foreman of the Paris Reporter and editor of tho Green Frog, was married In JelTersonvlllo to Miss Willie Elizabeth Earlywlne, of Paris, and they are now taking a trip with tho K. P. A. W. Swift Champ, one of the proprietors of the Paris News, was married last week to Miss Lula Thompson, the handsome daughter of a bald-headewell-know- THE INTERIORJOURNAL X'a."bllolisd'ra.3aa.a3ra onirrldaro va-XCi- c Ss picuY.iGA.it JW ik a.io SO will Whcn not so paid 052. I charged. had so many inquiries in rejjniil to my adopted home, and thinking it might entertain some others. I thus endeavor through your iropulnr columns to give a brief description of ft. Having been here almost two years, I ought to be a competent judge. So many ask the question. "Do you is a hard question. In many I like Texas best, the most objecre.-pec-ts GiionsHACK, Tkx., June 15. I 13-ye- ar like Kentucky or Texas best?" That L f is. B. l f I tionable features being the drouths, mud and the extreme heat of summer. With these exceptions Central Texas KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. has a delightful climate. The winters Trains leave SlanforJ t 7:10 a. m. and 4 p. m are mild, snow never having fallen but retiirnliiK al 4: .'5 p. in. and 9.05 p. m. once in :he two winters we have been KNOXVILLE DIVISION. here, then barely an inch. We do not 12 37 p m have any frost until the last of Novemgoing North ........... No. 21 Train 3 13 a lu " " SsoHth No. 26 " win12 01 p m ber, usually, and flowers bloom all " No. 25 " 03'p m " " " No. 23 ter. I sent a box of roses, lilacs and Kor all l'oluts. other tlowers home Christmas. FlowTIinO';(5II TICKETS &OI.D. ers bloom every month in the year exH.U.OAUK CIIi:CKKD T11KOUGH. cept July, August and January. Wild For any Information enquire of tlowers begin blooming In February JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, and cover the prairies with every color btauford, Ky. of the rainbow. It is a beautiful sight QUEEN & CRESCENT. to a Kentuckian, these natural beds of tlowers, and their fragrance fill the air pas Junction City us follows: Trains 4 02 p m I! 37 a in No. 2 North No. HS'outU 3 am with sweetest perfume. They are still farmer living near that clty.and left at 1121pm " 4 " Ko.3 " 130 pm blooming but not In such profusion as " 0 " 11 2. a m Ko5 " once for a tour In Wisconsin. 6 00 a in a 20 i m " 10 " v o In the early spring. If you want to Yvette Gullbert. the actress, who 5 and C do not run Sundiys, 0 and 10 j o. ... sec Texas at her best come In May. , pono limner soiini man um..iwi. has tried several husbands, says with do.thcy run Suiida) s. If In Texas you should be, enthusiasm, "At last I have found an Oh, do not leave, but stav; FRANKFORT aWcNCINHATI RY. ideal man for a husband." Then she Just wait a little while and see VIA GEOlUiKTOWN. hud better not marry him if she still can do in May. What she M A. M. P M. of him that way. These 2,00 Arl2M Lve. Somerset, 2 35 We are having a good deal of rain wants to think S 20 " 1131 " Jet. City. 3 IS men do not always make the 630 this year and everything Is of very "ideal" 4 50 Arr i.eonsetown, I.t 9 35 5 05 " Frauklort, 1155 7 20 "6 30 3 00 luxuriant growth. Gardens were nev- best husbands, by a long shot. o 5 30 er better and never a better prospect S 40 Arr Paris in Dally except bunday. VICINITY NEWS. 'C.(P.UEKCAV,. V A. for good crops. Oats are being harvested, corn Is made, cotton growing Danville ladles are preparing to or nicely. Should a drougth set in now ganize a "hive" of Ladles of tho Mac It would hurt the cotton but very little cabees. for there Is moisture In the ground sufW. H. Sullivan, who lives 10 miles ficient to make it. Farmers are kept from Williamsburg, is being hunted by very busy, for weeds grow in propor- a iwsse for criminally assaulting his tion to other things and require a sister-in-laSarah Lawson. great deal of labor to keep them down "Glass Eye" Charley Henderson, who A cotton field is a pretty sight, with worked a Boyle county farmer for sev Its even rows so long and straight, for eral thousands once, is said to be back the fields are so large. They do not in the State looking for suckers. say cotton fields here but "cotton J. II. Arnold at Bald Rock, Laurel patch." I remember the first field of county; J. C. Wcddle at Cain's Store, cotton I ever saw. I thought It beau- Pulaski; T. L. Saunders at Stone, Gartiful, with Its large, snowy white and rard, were uppolnted postmasters. red tlowers. The blooms are almost Jacob Gheme is around again buying like our old fashioned hollyhock, but ginslng; says he finds the article In my feeble pen falls to describe a field abundance and has been paying ?2."0 of opening cotton; Its balls look like per pound. Montlcello News. Absolutely Pure. snowballs, oh so beautiful, beautiful. It The decision of the lower court, re .Celelirated for Its great leavening strength and Is far prettier than tobacco, hemp, tlux quiring Estill county to pay lu bonds heaJthfulne. Assures the food against alum and or any of our crops. issued for the Richmond, Nicholas-vlllalllforuit of .adulteration so common in the cheap We are cultivating .10 acres of land brands. Irvine and Beattyville railroad, KoraL Uakino Powder Co., New ork. this year and hope to make some mon was atllrraed by the court of appeals. ey, nevertheless l uont liKe larramg, T. B. Hoover sends us a marked copy last year being our first year. One has of a paper which says that the U. S. to live so long before he realizes anycourt has ordered the josttnaster at thing; no money until the crop Is made. Lexington not to withhold his mall, We just have "dead loads" of vegetabut what Interest we have In It wo bles of all kinds; have been having would like to know. beans since the ISth of April and roastThn firm of Shanahan Sons & Co., : Stanford. : Ky. ing ears since May 20. I often wish composed of Dennis, Cornelius M. and Dentist, for my old Crab Orchard friends to be Dennis A. Shanahan, who constructed Office on Lancaster street at Residence. with me and help me eat them. the R. N. I. & B.. have brought suit for I could not help being satisfied here, $37,272.73 against Mason, Hogo k Mey A". S. PRICE, or at least I would be ungrateful were ers, for their share In tho prollts on I not, for I came seeking health and contract for work done on the Chicago burgeon found it. I know full well I would have canal. Dentist, LfJHHI been In my grave in the cemetery on The Mercer county fiscal court udopt- Ky, Stanford. tho hill had I remained there another ed a resolution, appointing n commit winter, for I was a mere shadow when tee to confer with the turnpike owners, OfScoorer Mcltobert.' Drug Store In the Owsley I came here and everybody thought I to ascertain what contracts can be made Huildlug I had cdtne a long ways to die, but to save tho county from debt, and to first gained SHELBY & SHELBY, and now20I pounds thomuch three months see what turnpike roads In the county work as any- will surrender to the county their roaus, can do as Proprietors body and never have a pain or ache I to ho kent un at county expense, and LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE advise all weak lunged people to come what other contracts can be made, and to Central or Western Texas. Should report. Junction City, Ky. my health fall again I would go farther Robert Coffey, a prominent young Turnouts, prompt attention, very West. I get a letter from home every farmer of Rockcastle, aged 2., of the reasonable rales A portion of your patronage Is 18 respectfully solicited week and almost every letter contains Roundstono neighborhood, was drown the death of some one I knew. I too ed while In the creek fishing wltti get tho IktuiiiokJockxal (papa sends some other young men with a dip net. GEORGE H M'KINNEY. his to me) to I get all the news. I was Joe Coffey went to hlo rescue and came very sorry to hear of the death of Bro. very near losing his own life. As it off was tho drowing man nearly Pension & Claim Agent, Severance and W.allO.oldHansford, also his clothes. Robert Coffey wastoresinfriends. a Miss Leah Steger For fear of wearying all, I will stop gle man und lived with his widowed Box 44, Stanford, Ky. just here, but If this does not find the mother. Has Imd 12 ycars's practice beforo nil the waste basket and everybody is willing, I)eta tmetits lu Washington City. 9 Hundreds of thousands have been induced I will write and giv6 a full description to tryCliamlMirlaln'sCoufcli Itemedy by rendof the town and surrounding country ing w hut it hsi- - tlonu for others, and lmlii themvehes are as I see It. I would like so much to tested Its merits for Tor uiilo by Cral' .v its warmest friends. friends and buvu a THE, POPULAR MMU see my oldold Crab Orchard well drink Hooker, Druggists, mStanford, Ky. near from the ..ir tiir.... iiN wit liawiiiuverlieeii with the depot. M out Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera und Dlar- r, Wishing success to the iNTKHluK rliiea Itemedy In tho house, .says a n. i Indianapolis, Journal, nil Its correspondents and lad.,with K.C. Atkins k Co.. oou think of "and mv wife would us patrons, I am as over, lH'Ing without Hour as a bottle of this Keme-- d 1 n 415 Note-NK M mum, Ry. to Toledo and Mich Cent, via Detroit to Niagara Falls, the world's won der. Special trains of the first class coaches and Pullman sleepers will leave Cincinnati at noon, July 8th, and tickets from Q. & C. points will be on sale for trains that make tho connection, good until July llth to return. This is one of tho most completely por-ultrips known to tho American public and Niagara Is visited by thousands ar NIAGARA FALLS. Tho excursion season to tho North I can now xttiiplv tliu people with I'nwh opens this year with much promise. , Cindy of main varieties and Hiiiiotltir excel- i.:.. ,.,i. i.... IV III, The Niagara Falls season will bo In- ' iIUIH I U1UI, 111,, . it Mill llll.nill i. ..,... ,i "'! satisfaction, (live me n call. augurated with an excursion at rates and guaranteeA. STKi'llUNSU.N, rdnnforil. .1. lower than have ever before been made from all points on Q. & C. Route, H. D. Thursday, July 8th. This excursion bo run via Cincinnati, C. II. & D. will ILools CANDY KITCHEN. The Winter Of Your Discontent- is Fast To Enjoy the Suimnur go to PHILLIPS, KY. Gun and Smith CRAB hTANrollO, All kinds of repilrltf dosn at reivinsble rates Upholstering a nissrialty. itlf4Ctloo Riurasissli ORCHARD Address for Tenm, Ac , SFTVGS. THOltorUllHKKD Americans every year. The present opportunity Is an unusual one and you should see your Q. & C. agent or address the undersigned for space at curliest posslblo date. Tho rate from Junction City will bo SlO.W.for the round trip. Chas. W. Zell, D. P. A., Fourth and Race Streets, Cincinnati. W. C. Rinearson, gen'l pass'ragt., Cincinnati, O. of Somrfhiiitj to Anon. rcadv for Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. service, tlllts and sows already hred. Tigs Poultry Yard. Hoylo Co. Illue-tirnof either se.x, not akin. Qmstlous and corIf you make money hi A word to the fanner.. respondence promptly answered. this day and time vou muslk.cp up with the times J. M. & H. J. UeBOBEQTS, Stanford. and ketp thorouRhbmlj, Tli.y maliire earlier with Ttiearr.iiKeiiieut a profit of iiiiii than 5n percent otourjard suili that lluie ran be no mix In breed. We nuaranbs' all ivg ferttl. when .hipped. ss mm DUROC HOGS f1nfd!ll(iars ! The most proline of nil hrveils. attain tho greatest weight, fatten IMISIIV 111 HI1V II I'll. (HJS. H0F.WA.N2T, Fropriotor, 32 Crab Orchartl, K'v. J. T. SUTTON". Unclortalcor, 1 II. II Ilisl Pit Uanies. Imp. netting ol 13 Vjk Surl-e- r WliltoCn-sns- l M-- ii )invllieoK to know It mif lo worth very ltusllclno for rvtnrit g the tlrilout nrr oui)t-- to a heiltliy Ur l Klislrlr Ullttrs. Till iiKsllclne is purely Y.uvwMa nrts li KlvliiK tone In the nerve ceotn-- i lathe rtonurli, Koatly MliutlWtPs the liver anil Uiloejt and I1 these or tuns In throwloKotl Impurities is the MimI, Klec 'tlte, M' digestion trie Hitters improves the anil l promm evil by tluv who have tried It t the ery best Mood purifier ami nerve totdc. Try it .suMfiirMcamlSl pr bottle at W 11. Me IlolvrU' ilnuftnre. lt " Mlver Utxsl Wjandutle, ' Uarrtsl Plyinoulh ll.sk, ll Ofler hi. .errlee. to the siple of Wwl Llncnlii ui) mint aliovu All brrssls and Cawy countle lull stock of Command Ca.kClIAlti 1IUOS., livs., Junction City. Ky ets always on uanu. M D. S. CarjsMiter. Manager that tlm Hustonvillo. Kontucky lUsl Cap, (.sine llebrall PitI'ulisli " lllark J.l mi lllark.Minorca, Iin)rtsl " " ii.V) FIRE INSURANCE. TORE ROM 4 The Gnvulett licmeiltf. iiierilunt.of Chlllio lo, Va., Mr IS U eirtltles tUit he hail roiKiiiiipllon, wji nheu up to die, nought all medical treatment that money could remedies he could near of, procure, tried all but pit no relief; nvnt many nights rlttlm; un In a chair; w Induced to try Dr. Klnx'a New Dlseov. ery and a cured bylheiieof two Littles. 1'or three .ears Ii is Uvn atteudtna to limine and . Dr. Khu' New Dlvsjvery it the K"lidi-- t much for him remedy ever made n It Im dooc and also for others In his community. lr. King's New Discover) tt tfu.r.nteed fur rough, cold and (simumpllon. It d.m't fall. Trial lultli-- frcu at W 11. McUolvrts'dni); Mure. Cm-ev- FHBNIX FOE IEIsTT Insurance Company, On Mbin Street, Stnnfortl, Apply to OF BROOKLYN. W. vt -- s Caledonian ; Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUNI3ISD 1HOS. P. WALTON. 1TOTICE ! dewlrll All riii t l.wlaud rallluc ur whe fetieeran flud wtiat Ihey near CssUr Creek, on the dk. want at iuytote locust llMta for plank fence, I al to Stanford hand aupplyof pUnk for feneln. All alW Isutd kind of lumber for bulldliu and hlnjcle. All ieruii. i)elriug any attlcleof thUklmtcau call oil me al mr More nrarCYdar V. (d.NtiU.lO.N. Si Crsk. IradliiK from Crab Orchard JlticLlin'f .Irnicit ped Salt. for cut-.- ., urs, MM ore. tetter, ihap ulren.ult hum!, chilblain, corn and all Un eruptions. It positively cure pile or no pay required. It U Kiiara.itced tojjlvc jfrfeet MtUfaclloii or money re funded. I'drs- - il cents wr box. Mclluberti, Druggist. The ores, -t alve In the world r lieu in, fever bruLe R. B. MAHONY, r, Agt, I.AMUM. STASFtHlI), KY. Kor aalc by v. II. JOIIM. CAStLKMAN. A.tl EARN MOfNEY. want KhhI reliable nyentf to canvas for eiihscrijitions. A very Kood rate of cah coiiimitfthm will he fs'iven. or hicyclo pruiniumi If prufuttcil All material and nam pie copies furnished fieo. Apply AKlP b. refund the money if It fall to Cure, lor by W II. Mcltoliert. Craig A llocker and (i. j. i leuuy, iTugvuus oiaiiiuiui Druggist TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. All Take laxative llronio Quinine Tablet Ft,0YAL. INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. The NIOKIII.L MAGAZINE POWDER City Property to Trade for Farm. Two largo centrally located HrlcUs, rent-i- ll to 8'JO tier mouth: assessed value SO.ftTS. trade for farm. Price, only i',000; nulJect to ?2.500 mortgage. Will as.umo like amount GAUDINKH A. CO.. Agent. on farm. Uiutsvllle, Ky. :i2 Klfth 32 have oiKMied a hop at tho forks of the llustnuvllle and Mllledgevllle pikes, near Mr. P. lteld'a and am prepared to do all kinds of I at once. BSRBEE 5 CaSTLEMaS. MANAUKItS, The Nickel! Maaazine, ISOb'ununur Stn-ct- , lloston, Miiss, e, sr, w. punrr, Commerce Building. Louisville. Agenta Throughout the Smth. W. A. TBiBBLX. Ix-a- l "BIG UOt'TI-Th- e 4: Hist Line toand 1'roai klKeifc Blacksmithing and Woodwork, shoelug which U CO cents, cio.li. mo a sham of vour patronuge. t. Aiftnt, At the lowest prices and hi tho ixsst manner. I guarantee all inv work. I wi)l tnku. all kinds of country produce, oxrcpl for horso I U. II. MAYES. SrANFORD, m' ID I2T RO IT Kentucky. TOLEDOAN'DMlehlran. Pulnu lu All CHICAGO. I'leaso give J, B. HIGGINS, DF.ALF.lt IN ltt Terminal .Station. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tuuacl "White City SrsscUl." -- Order Office and Feed Crossing, Coal Yard, SON, tarm Wagons, PleasDEALERS IN COHL, ure Vehicles, Corn ami liny. Itallroad Exchange, near NOEL & Dct street, J. the Satisfaction gtumitevd. High-Grad- e BOSTON. Warner Mipliii: Car.. Iluflct Parlor Car. Warner Shsilnz Car, PrlralCompartment Car, hlegant Cuache and Dintuic NEW YORK. read via - Stanford; fetreet, latelyKentucky. II. lUtfglna'. Mill Agricultural Impiemems, Car, PIANOS AND ORGANS. Decker Hros Pianos. Unities Ilros. Pianos, Klllugtou Pianos, 1). II. lliildwln Pianos, Plsclier Pianos, Ac. Estoy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Makes. See my Goods . and Oet Mv Prices lleforo you r leni'fP r.H..t. M....1... ...I .n iu Hiiy. at). McCOUMICK. Fertilizers and Coal. Patwuger Tratnc Mr., lie ure your ticket lll(i IOUU" 1). II MAKTIN, A Goods Warranted as Hepresented. Ofilco on Main Street, opposite Klinoro's Store. Stanford, Kentucky. J. L. TOTTKN. !eu. 1'a.s. CINCINNATI, OHIO. Tkt. A jt. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OP STANKOUIi, KY PsLMMAX. First-Clas- s Money to loan on Improved city iros.'rty or productive farm In IStanford and l.lmtilii county al ! . -. w...l .niii.Hw ll.il I wll ,p (itriuir.itlmt riTTirlalfit (miiLIim .... i.i. I.....!. Ciah Orcha'd now has the finest tonsorlal i:xiiitora. Adiiilultratoror (luardlan at reason fotiroftlie artist lu thoCk Jiitry In the person of riAMUKI. able lutes, Amaai'iit for business In U1 lire and Ktiiliifky doing llUVKKMOUK. who liandles the scissors) anil palronaneof prosTtv holder In Stanford. Call on him when you milklt raror lu expert stjle. ih.iiik luie suiuea oiuer isiiiipjuiiw K. VAUNON, ..i.,.. want ii clean "shaoor stylish haircut. --'" At. WAI.I.ACK uiuiikiiiihiii u: io m, urn mi Fftii up Capital, &c. Surplus, 5200,000 00 17,603 80 NOTICE Mr urnrlilon of Its charter, dfimsltor are a fully protnted a aredenltora lu Nulloual Hank, held iiiillililiially liable to It .handiolder the extent of the amount of their tisk tin rein at the ar value thertvf, in addition to the amount In- vettsl in auiii auare a mi) act as eiecuior.au uilnt.tiatur, trusiis', .vc ,a limy u an luuiviuuai.Tendering our thank. tu tlioxt who haveentnuteil their hutliie- -. to us, we trust they will tsiutlliue to do so, aim we oiler p. a xujrauus lor prumpiai-tentio- ii to same our 20 )eurs' oxpvrlenv In batik (UK and a lllwr.il uctsjiuuioiUtloii luare, coiiiitteut 1th miiiiU UiuklUK NOTICE ! D0RS6Y GOLDDUST No. 52012. J. J. to-d- a O I o QM0 All guardians. Administrators and such I'roducer of combined and Kastcrn horses who have not iiiiulo a settlement with tho that sell for bmmI prices, will make the presLincoln County Court in tho last two jears ent season at Tkn Doughs to Insure a are herein uot'llleil to come foiwnrd at once Also Jack, Uoscoe. til ?.' to Insure and bcttlo" or they will he pro ceded against ullvlnifcolt. r. HP.II. W. l DAWSON. according to law. N. II. Dorsev Golddust has produced a 20 DIRElTOK. Williams, Mt. Vernon, W. II. Cuuimtii, l'rearhirsvllle; J It. Ow.lvy, J. S S. II. Miaul, William (iiMKh, H. J. Kmhr), J. P. Cash, A. W. Carjtiiter; J. K. I.ynn,. J. N. Meni-fis-- 0ley,Sr, ui-te- Judge Lincoln County Court. DIN10IMK1OMO NlIMIBllMElTri OINIOIMIMI H MOMflOINlSKl MUM OlllMliaRSiaMBVllsl P 0IMM0 BMOIM fiJj0 LV fM ) P VV MMM(Q)INI mm FRANK O.P.AM MO OKI OM MOMOMMOIMg) MM OIM0KIIM0INIOM J. SEED. Chicago. E. n. BACON, LouUvMIe. D.F.A., mm MO M0 0(M NHS OIMM0.1MOMlO mm (O)M'(5)MM00M . . kt,'-.tJ- Calloway, and other good men whoso dally appearance In the public prints prove there is something In a name. Courier Journal. William Maddox, a blacksmith, was , killed by lightning in Nelson county. In the summer heason. Wo have used It with all threu of our children and It has neer fulled to cure not Minply stop pain, A plague which vanquishes the coun- hut cure absolute. It Is all right, and uny-on- e Will carry a larger utock of Furniture of all kind chuperthan who tries It will find It mi." Tor sale by tliU ear than ever U fore and sill. try editor must be one of those you Ky. &. llockor, Druggists, Stanford, anybody Plows: The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan, read about in Egyptian history. The Craig Chattanooga and pilnta of all Sliver Steel and kinds. Cultivators and Douiilo slim els, all Malta tiles are reported so thick In Columbia Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of tho Hut make, the best In the world, farmers, call In and a., iiiki one of mo get any thlfg you want from a buggy dow n. ton House, Hurton, W. county, Ark., that the editor of the tL'ti..i iiiftwii mim lii thu htalu was n... I). S. C.UU'IINTKK. Respectfully, paper abandoned his last week's je cured of rheumatism after three year of and lied with his family to the next suffering. Ho says: 1 have not buftleiont any Idea of county. A Kentucky editor once sus- - command of language to conveytold mo that what I suffered, inv physicians pended his paper for a week because of nothing could bo done for mound my friends MAKION', CUITTCNDEN CO., ICY. a dead rat which was under tho floor of weio fullv convinced that nothing but death i. would reflevo mo of my buffering. In Juno, his printing otHce, but the Arkansas lsUt, Mr. Evans, then salesman for tho journalist, esjwcially if he was a bald-head- Wheeling Drug Co., recommended ChiiinlMir-Iain- 's A Delightful Summer Resort. I'aln Malm. At this time my foot and man, undoubtedly had the limb were swollen to more than double their greater provocation to move Louis- normal slzo and It seemed to mo my leg Close to Railroad; Douhlo Il.illy Mull; Splenwould burst, but soon after I began using ville Times. did Music; Tahio First-Clas- s. tho I'aln Malm tho swelling began to I Tor Terms, write to Rev. Green Fish has preached his tho p.iln to leave, and now I consider sermon in Rockcastle county that I am entirely curod. for sale by Craig TIIUKMAN & COOK, Titons., - Marlon, Ky maiden Ky. .V llockor, Druggists, Stanford, und will uow no down to fame along side of flez Lung, of Mercer; Clink Mrs. Horn went to Beattyville und VanBibber, of Greenup; Chintz Royal had her son Haggard bound over to ty, of Breckinridge; Spill Waters, of keep the peuco. The boy retaliated by MHS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pio: . (Mns.) Sallib M. Smith. D. S. CARPENTER, class of combined horses that attract buyers and bliiff K"l lrlces, regardless of panics. . orriCER. S. If. Shank. Pnsldeiit, J. II. Ow.ley, Cashier, W M Ilrlglit, Teller Sheriffs' Sale for Taxes. s FIRSTNATIGN AL BANK OP STANPOltl), KV. MONDAY, JUJLV xa, 1897, Capital Steel: $100,000. I Surplus $15,750. 1c-c- al h-s- CRITTENDEN SPRINGS ed IJetween the hours of 12 m. and 4 v. m., at door lu Stanford, Lincoln the Court-Hou- se county, Ky., 1 will expose to tho highest bidder for cash In hand, to pay the county, .Statoand school taxes for the jeurs IhU2, 1MI3, I61IJ, tho following descrlliedpnip-erty- , or so much thereof as uiuy lw necessary to pay to pay the said U.xes with all costs audlnterost. Cost on each list for advertisement und levy. $2, must lw p.tld. O. llrauno fqr is02, 101 acres, Klngs-vlllCOO acres, Uoblusou Laud, 527 acres, Freeman Land, school 353 35 taxes for E. J. Ulchards, 10 acres near John Ty- 1, e, 1801-2.,- .., ler's , 1, 1 having his mother and Rev. Thomas Watson arrested for adultery. All are in jail. Tho McCreary Guards have been ordered to Frunklln to protect the Negro Dinning, who shot a white capper. Lancaster. 40 ucres, Jacob Ottonhelmer, 1802-3-1,200 ucres, John Turubull, 140. Si I'etor Chandler, COO acres, Collier, 01 ucres, Wash Harris, Same for 1803: 730 acres Drauuc, 05 acres Murphy, 40 acres Itlchurils, 40 acrys, Arthur Ilros., 35 acres, : Ottonhelm. Same for lhOl: 452 s ucrjs, 450 acres, 87 acres, 00 acres, 35 acres, Ottenhclm. Total tiv... 75 70 Newly furnished: clean heds; splendid J. N. MENEFEE, Every thing i'orteis tabic. 89 m;et all trains. Lincoln Co., Ky. 3) culled to the fact that Attention of the nuUii. thl is tho only National Hank lu Stanford. Un- tho protiilon ol tho National Dank Act clcoltor aro insured not only by thu capital .lock, hut by the .KK'khulilers' liability lor an amount enualtii the .took, mi that depositor, of this luitltu-lin- n Hiuiecurt-- liv a fund of iJl ll.uuil. Kill) .worn statement ut the condltluiiui the Hank are made each year to this United States (JuVernment and Its asset, are examincu ai .taieu nine uy government anent, thu nvcurlog additional and perfect aatct. to ueiHisltora. This Institution orlxlually rstahllsheil aa the De posit llank of Stanford in liUVs, then nntuiilied aa tlieisallonai liana oi sianisru in i"'- - aiuaKaiu rcorsanlzisl a the First National llank of Stanford In 18r2. ha hid practically an uniiiterrunted exl.t ence for 35 year. It i letter tnppllt.il now wit!, lacllltle. for transactliu-- business promptly ami liberally than ver More lu Its Iouk and honorable career. Account of Individual, liduclarlea, tinui 85 and Individuals solicited. (I or niKKCTORS. Mason Hotel lirat-clubs. lt.i-.tl- n Kentucky. K.'llcld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford S. 11. liaugbuiau, " S. T. Harri. " T p. Hill. J. S. llccker, K. 1.. Tanner, McKlnnev. W. A. Trlbble, " J. II. Collier.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt.Veruon. M, 1. Elmore, Stanford orrtCEas. I, S. llocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberts, Cashier A. A. McKliinoy, Wanted-- An Idea Who eaa think of tome simple fthlni ti.riAtMnt rllt Protect Tour Jdeaat they j..jr r!ngyou wealtu. JOHN WUI)EUUURN Wr CO., rawHi Attor. Bay. Washington, D. C.for their tl&U prlu offer M Uat at twt auuultxl laTtloM Vaated. k v &BL lsC f -