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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897062501 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. MORELflND. f 1$. IJ. Khitf Is reA HtCIo diiMKlit- -r port utl 111 wit li typhoid fetor. Jofli Swope N buylnjr up a car of lioif e for Hie Southern mnrkot. MUs Hoekeiisunlth, of North In vMtlnj,' the family of Mr. Davu jMooio, near here. Thomas Hot reports the sale of n family horte at $tt; ulno a ood Mis-Houeom-l)lneiho- rJ' INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY. JUNE 25, 1897. NO. 34 if ; FARM AND TRADE. fc(X)-lb. VICINITY NEWS. post-oHIc- LANCASTER. - rl, at mmiio litrure. Ajpjtrty3f fakirs tormina thommlvon ?tho15lox I iitlKui Iiuinudy Co. aro c'oncmueilln town and report money ns a scarce artli'lo in thin vicinity. Thw&ylvu a very eiedltohle open air oul'orTalTiiiieiit eaeh nljjlit. which is u b&iircc of a jrreat deal of nimuement to ihoboya-trjl- iig to lift the fat 4 Mifs Willie Wljjhnm, t absent this week on a visit to relativos In Louisville. MUmw Ktta and Kunna Wyatt, twin bister, of two charming youn Lexington, are the juetti of Mr. Lucy Mri. llttu Best, near Mllludp-vlllo- . Chenault, of Itlchmond, Va., vbltud relative near here and loft for where she will romain all Summer. Mr.-K. Kun&oin, who runs a haw mill and More down In the edjre of and who had been in bad health for some months, has become ho enfeebled that his mental jowors are deranged to Mich an extent that he is unfitted for business of any kind. He is a native of Ohio and Mr. S. M. Owens, of that State, win appointed his guardian, and had him removed to u private sanitarium at Norwalk, O., where it is hoK.'d ho may be benollted to such an extent as will enable him to return among us. Monday afternoon late, comethlng was ieen moving down the turnpike in g and spasmodic dashes, first on the right of way, next in the ditch, and All had decidsometimes in mld-aled It was the airship moving Northward. Michael John Mitchell, our Celtic blacksmith, was seen approaching in an opKslto direction carrying a pall of buttermilk, when a collision took place which Jarred the llrmanent, and after a few minutes, a man was seen to emerge from tho ruins of wire, steel, pneumatic tubes, etc., and as Instantly recognized as Walter Greening, who was taking his first bicycle ride. Michael .John threatens a suit for assault. Water has become a scarce article around our little town and being a prohibition place, makes It very inconvenient. What is needed Is a public well near the business part of town, which could be drilled at a very small expenditure, whore both man and beast could slack their thirst. Let someone take hold and pubh the movement to a successful finish and receive the thanks of a host of our citizens and the numerous tcaicsters who make their living freighting from tho mills below here and who at present consider themselves lucky to get a pailful of water for their stock from C. C. Wheeler, who has the only Inexhaustible well O. rs, Cu-he- y, zig-za- r. l r near here. There will bo a vacancy In the here In October and already the plum Is causing tho mouths of several citizens to water In happy anticipation. A leading republican and a worker In the misguided ranks, a former encumbent, Is reaching after the morsel, as well as a democrat. The case will no doubt be decided by lloss Davison, as tho Hon. IJ. II. Is pulling for the democratic aspirant. A majority of our people, however, claim that "to the victor belongs the spoils" and take no active part. Uncle Jesse Carter, in our humble opinion, is the right man In the right place If tho thing goes bosses democratic, but the would-b- e say his fiend must "drap" In the basket. Fivo deaths were caused by the heat at New Orleans Wednesday. It required just five hours to arrest, try convict and Imprison an Ohio postmaster who was S..:i") short in his accounts. Tho facilities for locking up small thieves are unsurpassed. Tho queen's jubilee parade proved a gorgeous titfair and multiplied thousands stood all night in points of vantage to see tho royal carriage go by. No accident marred tho occasion. Superintendent of Public Instruction Davidson has been investigating tho salo of teachers' examination papers, and as a result some arrests of county superintendents will probably be made. d daughter of Geo. Tho Cook, of Spencervllle, O., secured Its papa's razor and attempted to shave an o infant sister, aged three months. several ugly wounds discovered had been inlllcted on tho little one's face, but none of a fatal nature. Gen. John 13. Gordon was unanimousthroe-year-olBe-for- ost-olll- co ly re-uni- Commander-in-Chie- f of tho United Confederate veterans. Tho will be held at Atlanta. next Tho veterans rejected tho proposition to change the name of tho organization to Confederate Survivors' Association. June II, the birth day of Jefferson Davis, was voted a Confederate memorial day. Allen o Myers sold 31 heifers at 2!c C. J. Walker's hotx- fell with him, A has been established at at Danville Monday. RIlTc, Casey county, with Charles D. inflicting a painful wound. Lyon A; Alien sold a bunch of The Lauea-to- r Mullinix postinastor. Cornet Hand went to butcher cattle at Dunvillu Monday at The North Jullleo miners Joined the Crab Orchard Wednesday to furnish lc. lniiu1n.il mini nt. music on the occasion of opening the strikers. TwiinLv-HvEminott McCorinaek sold to I'owellvtho Jollico coal district are now on u Springs. .fc Harper.'JO 800 to Many thanks are due H. day Sutton, cattle strike. o. U. Owens, a wealthy clti.en of who has developed a wonderful talent l' Hitdiop bought In the Southern Somerset und for several years connect-En- d for pencil sketching, for u splendid of this county n lot of hutcherstuir ed with the Frst National Hank of likeness and complimentary notice in at i to 21c. the Louisville Post. that place, is dead. Common hordes are being killed in The whole Record force has been taRobert Sparks and Mrs. Trible In order to save grass for the ant, old residents of Rockcastle ken in a group, and tho picture bears a ' cla-ty, doped, deserting their respective striking resemblance to some of MisTlllo, the favorite, won the Spring spouses and families. souri's famous men, who interferred I'rize Handicap at Latonia Tuesday,, George and Tom Patton and William with the banking business. worth $l,."00. Thomas Cecil, postmaster at Marks-burStevens were captured while in tho act In Harrison, .Inniiw Leach has sold to of robbing the who shot John Roystou last week at Devil .1. H. Renaker, 10 waived an examining trial Tuesday cattle for. Creek, in Wolfe county, export, at l!c. Dr. c. Pope, formerly president of and gave bond for his appearance beWoods & Lynn bought of Dr. J. R. Millon-burfore tho circuit court in August. Female College, has and A. M. Pence a car load of cepted the presidency of the Arkadel- It seemed that tho Confederate vethogs at '21 to 2ie. erans wiul ted a commander upon whom phla, Ark., Female College. David Hume, of Itoitrbon, got 10c a The flurrodsbui'g city council has they could rely when they hissed Buck-ne- r M)und for his crop of tobacco, 10,000 made a levy of $1 on at Nashville, and well they did, for the 100, lb cents pounds, or more. for general purposes and 2') cents for he might lead the whole force Into the Joseph Williman, the Jumbo mer- the water works Indebtedness. camp of the enemy, having gone there chant, Is paying S2.2.J cash and i2.70 in Jim Durham, charged with break- himself. The statement in the lNTi;iuou trade for corn delivered. ing into a store at Ambrose, Jessamine J. C. Eulmuks &. Rro. sold to Montie county: also breaking Into a country Joi'ltXAL, regarding a double-headeFox for Simon Well .'10 export cattle IKulolllce, was arrested in Rockcastle. snake, is not a matter of wonder, conaveraging l,X0 (Kninds at ijc. The Woodford county fiscal court hus sidering the surroundings. The propSemper Lex, whose owner had just freed another turnpike by purchase. er Ingredients will make a man see refuted $10,000 for, was burned to death Tho county has freed nearly 140 miles more heads than two, and this vision existed only in a vivid and disordered In a car on the Pennsylvania railroad. of turnpike at a cost of only about Imagination, and, to the healthy eye, is William Gooch's nine Shorthorn among the intangible and Immaterial. cows have all had bull calves this Ren Smith, was given four years and Spring and ho has refused $1." each for Dave Wheeler live years by a jury at Miss Julia Reid and Mrs. Samuel them. Nicholasville for the attempted assas- Woolridge went to Lexington this Marcus Daly has offered 12.",000 for sination of Deputy Sheriff Logan week. Miss Elveree Wallace, Mr. L. Y. Leavel and Capt. Wbu. Hcrndou are Galtee More, the great Irish race Young. attending the Nushvllle exposition. horse. J. IJ. Owens, chairman of the repub On 11 acres of hum Roswell Fox, of lican committee oi uasoy county, was Misses Alice Hudson unu Jennie LackWinchester, raised l,:t()0 bushels of apioInted postmaster at Liberty; Delia ey are In Harrodsburir ittendlug the convention. Miss strawberries. It cost $000 to have the Hrmvn at Miu.lfvll1,. Vfi4,iti,rt, State Sunday-schoberries picked. county and N. A. Mullins at Pigeon Margaret Murphy has gone to City. R. F. Thacker, of Anderson, raised Roost, in Clay. .'11 lambs from '22 owes. Burglars cut a window sash to pieces Twenty-si- x of Robert Eldrldge, who escaped from the lambs averaged 00 pounds when de- the Pulaski county jail four years ago, Wednesday night and entered the gun livered last week. while under sentence of live vears In shop in W. J. Roman's carriage facHen Hrush won tho Suburban In the tho panltentlarv, was captured bv Geo, tory, from which they took a shot gun ;oou nine oi j:u, rtio w inner was Masongalo near Somerset ami lodged and a rifle. This is the third time second and Havoc third Over 20,000 In jail. Eldrldge was convicted of kill- - they have entered this place in one year, a Negro having been sent to tho people saw tho race. lng'Johu Hobbltt. penitentiary for breakiug Into the The fast trotters, Allx, Azote, Fansame place. a tasy, Klamath, Kentucky Union, Co. S. D. and J. Mort Rothwell have purand William Penn. are said to bo The river Is so low that the mill can- chased the famous Dripping Springs in splendid form this spring. H. G. Fox, of Danville, has sold to F. not grind. property and will erect handsome build Miss Mary Higgs, aged lb, brought ings and Improve tho promises generD. Sjwtswood for Roston parties, the d ally. The water Is said to be the most bay maro Early Sal by suit against Filmore McDunlcl, IS. Rev. Walsh, of Lexington, preached healthful in the country and they will Jewmont, dam by Messenger Chief, for S700. ut tho Methodist church Friday night. make it ojie of the most attractive reA yearling chestnut colt by h G. W. Drye has accepted a position sorts by next season. They are debrought $8,000 at a New York as guard at the Frankfort jHjnitcntiary. lighted with their purchaso because it horse sale. Several other yearlings by He left at once. is iu a democratic neighborhood and that great sire brought from 41,000 to Mad dogs are still numerous. Rich- the atmosphere is more wholesome and 1,000. ard Carter killed one last week, but Invigorating, tho birds sing more sweetJ. II. Hoono bought of J. G. Living- not until it had bitten several other ly, the sun shines brighter, and the ston, Mack Holmes and others, 200 dogs. stars have a more inviting twinkle. lambs for July 1,1 to 2.1 delivery at 4ic. As tho democratic committee meets Is Tho Covington Commonwealth Mr. Hoono Is buying for W. J. Hanna, still exchanging with tho Yosemlto Monday I offer a suggestion, and feel of Mercer. News. Brer. Blukely, tho News died at liberty to do so, having been idenWoodford county farmers who ore In 1883. tified with the party for years. Above seeking to organize a cereal trust have Middleburg now hus a telephone ex- all things I would enter a protest culled a Stale convention to bo held at change. Instead of wire the boys talk against a primary election in tho seLexington July.1. If successful a Na- - on car)et chain. Leonard Creech Is lection of candidates for county offices. tlonal convention will be held. president, general manager and sccre- - Experience teaches us thut primaries John Hlgnlght's horses are In great tarv crcato factions, discord, dissensions shajw at tho Harrodsburg track, and corn has jumped to ill and meal to and nine times in 10, result disasterous-l- y aro showing a lot of speed. Ha has a'ojc. Everybody seems to bo out of corn to the party adopting them. They . ll ftllirVinrilhl nnnlntr mum flint. Tina1 i , ...... . w xuuy tiiuvu uuereu .iu u.-.. - have gone out of date and arc not famiu tuuiiuy. mi doue a mile in 2:17 with ease. Stock ,o,nmr. ..rwi,,.,.n nr ti,n .iin nt i tn vored by either party. Tho republiP Farm. can committee nominated u ticket and 1 to the corn sellers but did not succeed J. H. Dillingham, of Platto City, There is a class of iconic In this now thoy would bo delighted to seo the Mo., bought of Dr. Northcutt tho line town that are enough to make a kitten democrats go Into a primary. Thoy combined stallion, Martelle. Price cuchinnate. If they see an Item In a know tho effects It will have. Our 100. This noted stallion will bo ship- dally pajwr from this place that tipp- committee is composed of good men, ed to Missouri this week. Richmond , ,u o ignorant of they will call you a who will agree to nominate tho best Climax. and strongest men and every candidate ,Iir Tobacco buyers of Grant county have jCssc and 1'utrlck.gWllkinbOn, two who has tho good of the party at heart, nearly 2,000,000 pounds of good leaf on Xegroes of tho Eugeno Creek section, will favor this course and leave tho hand now, and if the dry season con- - forcd lho nnme of j. C. Coulter to a matter with the committee or adopt tlnucs they will make a fortune, as tho cheok for $v ttnd ,Ml5SCdSlt on Jacob borne other moans different from a pricrop In that section this year will be Hummelsteln. Cashier Hocker return-ver- y mary. All who think calmly and disshort. (I tho chook to Mr Hummeiatein, passionately about tho matter will subIn spttcof hog cholera there are up- - kll0WnK U Wns not Mr. Coulter's signa- - mit their claims to tho committee rathwurds of 17,000,000 hogs in tho United turu. Tho CUs0 was compromised for er than play Into tho republican's hands. amies, iiusisinree per cent, moro $15. than a year ago, and the Increase Is Lexington Chautauqua June -- 9th to said to bo due to cheap corn iu the July 9th. Low rate excursion tickets MATRIMONIAL. g States of the West. on sale via tho Queen & Crescent Route The famous steer Jumbo, which had Dr. W. G. Martin, aged JrtO. of Madi- on the dates above named, soiling daiattained tho enormous weight of 5,000 son county, eloped with Miss Ella Todd ly, tickets good until July 10th for repounds and was still growing, was kill- aged 21. They went to Nashville und d turn passage, ut tho rate of ed at Wichita, Kas. He was four years were married. Dr. Martin is a Confor the round trip. These tickets fare old and still fattening but his master federate veteran. are on sale from Cincinnati and all wanted him mounted while his hldo was At Aberdeeu on tho bottom of wed- points in Kentucky. Ask ticket agents In good shape. ding cards they put tho legend: "No for further particulars. John R. Funis is developing a good children expected." An old citizen m trotter In tho bay stulllon Berkshire reading ono of tho cards for tho llrst A dispatch from Williumsburg says Chimes by Chimes, out of Berkhlrre timo exclaimed: "Well thoy may not that Herndon, who murdered his wife Belle. Last week ho drove him a mile expect 'em but dollars-tdlmc9 they'll last December has been arrested in In 2:20. Ho has been gradually im- have 'em." Northwestern Wisconsin. Henry S. Hart, teller of the First proving over since Furrls took hold of Miss Ida Guinea hus been indicted at National Bank of Owensboro, has- been him. Stock Farm. John Dlllahay, of Danville, drove tho Benton for the accidental killing of arrested, charged with tho embezzle pacer, Conner, 2:11, by C. F. Clay, a Leo Rudolph. Sho pointed what she ment of $2,1.'10 of the bank's funds. Michael Sekll, of Lorain, O., tied fourth mile tho other day in 2:11, tho thought was an empty pistol at his tho rope with which ho wus leading a last half In 1:0:1 und when he llnished head. Tho model of Joel T. Hart's "Woman cow around his body. Tho animal ran ho did not scorn in the least distressed. Ho Is said to have paced an eighth this Triumphant" has been lost, and It will off and he. was drugged to death. be impossible to replacctho statue deseason iu Kii seconds. The following is telegraphed from Ed Parker, of Tho stallion Joo Young is dead at stroyed in tho burnlngJ:of tho court- Frankfort: Peabody, Kas. Ho met with an acci- house at Lexington. Laurel county, who was tho head and last windent on May 31st, from which he died Bert Vanostrand, an architect of front of the three days later. He was tho slro of Kasson, Minn., shot and seriously ter, is hero. Mr. Parker Is opposed to 10, and tho nomination of u republican for llvo standard performers and of tho dam wounded Jennie Geosle,-agethen blow out his own brains. The clerk of tho court of appeals, and hopes of Joo Patchen, 2:03. Ills owners, Shupe & Crittenden, paid $10,000 for couple were lovers and tho cause of to see Judge Yost nominated by the gold democrats. tho tragedy is not known. him some 10 years ago. i. 1,000-poun- d LET DRU htw AL0HE I Let drugs alone unless you really need them and then only Pure Drugs such ns are fold by particular and paiuetiking druggists. j :ij l. IWe Keep Only The Best. ( 1 , j Bry-Monta- coun-bett- or ! We can't afford to carry a gtaiu of any thing that isn't the best. Remember these facts when the time comes for you to patronage a druggist. Patent medicines of known merit. Hest perfumerie3. Toilet Soaps, the pine and safe sort, Combs, Iiruslies and Baby Hottle.s. s. rnnNY's drug - store. y, post-olllc- e l,j)25-poun- d I I w A.C.SmE,( (STANFORD, KT. vr M ETTA L. ROO FLOORING, r.s&PB s Fl N 3. SIDING. CEILING, FINISH. 1 11 d' Farm and Yard Fence. $Tj,-00- 0. I j M1 lUi Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, -- I Oats and - I ol New-Yor- k of Everv Sort i '' THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. i I Always on Hand nt Car-Loa- d Orders at Special Prices. m J. H. BAUGHMAN f STANFORD WILLIAM SHELTON, The Next Session & CO. ,i. THE FEMKLE C0LLEC6 Deu-zelt- Middleburg, Casey President. three-year-ol- For full infornirttion about Courses of Study, Address, MRS. NANNIES S.VUFLEY. "7"ill BeginSsptemloer Term, Gt!b. BUIE-QRAS- Ac, end for our New HERO 1897. Cnta-logu- o Ladv THE S Stanford, Ky. Gold-(Inc- Thoroughbred Duroc Jersej EED BOSS, j vSBKgvg CANDY KITCHEN. Mjr ireeilers were felecttnl from the of of tUI famous breed of swine In several States A splendid lot of pigs ofillttereut a?cs for sale. Bred sows a seclaltv. Satisfaction guaranteed. Corre- HnJeuco solicited. Address hi-n- lst i R. H. BRONAUGH, d Orchard, Kj. J . I can now supply the people with Fresh All persons desiring Locust Posts for nlanlc fence, Cutidy of many varieties and superior excelpost railing fence lency every duy. I inn making ltmyelf wantand my storeor wireCedar can tind wbat they near at undguurautee satlifactlnn. Give mo a cull. leading from Crab Orchard toCreek, on theI pike Stanford also J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford. keep on hand a supply of plank for fencing. All kinds of lumber for building purposes; also boards and shingles. All persons desiring any article of this kind can call on mo at my store near Cedar 32 Creek. O. W. SINGLETON. Sale Lincoln Co. Bonds. The undersigned committee will on 1 ! ' i MONDAY, JULY xa, 1897, door In StanIn front of tho Court-llou- o ford, Ky., sell Hibllel 2s Lincoln County Itonds of $250 each, payable In 20 yearn, with privilege of paying In live, bearing ilx cent, lntcrcit, iiauilile annually. 1H.T Iniucd under section 1.&57 of Ky. Statute-- . W. L. PawsO.v, j J. 1 Cummins, Committee. D. S. CARPENTER, Will carry a larger stock of Furniture of all kinds this year than cter beforeand will sell cheaperthau anybody Plows: The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan, Silver Steel and Chattanooga and paints of all kinds. Cultivators and Double Shovels, all Malta make, the best in the world. Farmers, call in and get any thing jou waut from a buggy down. 1), S. CAIU'ENTER. Kespectfully, TIN MB SHEET corn-growin- payable Semi. Annually. Also I wll furnish bonds for public or cororatlon otliclalst Executors, Administrators or Guardians at reason ableiates. Am agent for four of the liest Fire Insurance Companies doing business in Kentucky and Sole proprietor of Dean's Hlaek Dlan.ond llool solicit lutronage of property holders In Stanford. I'ates sameas other companies doing business here. Paint. Kstlmates jurnislied for painting WALLACE K. VAItNON, Agt. metal and Iron nofs. Satisfaction KUaraulevd All roofs painted with Dean's lllaik Diamond I'alnt warranted for years. Dealer in Inst Cistern l'unips and Galvanized Iron Kilters. Galvanized und Ulack Iron Hooting of all kinds. J. T. Jones, ut IM WORKS, J. It. I'AXTQX. ) io to,1.:;, mi mi it ducthe farms Cwrcent. Money to loan on Improved city property or pro. In Stanford and Lincoln couuty al STANFORD, KY., wo-x- 21-- tf D0RS6Y GOLDDUST . one-thir- - antl-Hunterit- es No. 52012. Producer of combined and Eastern horses that sell for gixnl prices, will make tho presto Insure u livent season at Ten Doi.i-ut- .s ing colt. Also xa, 1897, u living colt. jack, Hoscoe, at 55 to Insure MONDAY, V. KE1D. N. II. Dorsoy Golddust has produced a lietneen tho hours of 12 m. and i v, M., at cluss of combined horses thut attract buydoor in Stanford. Lincoln ers and bring good prices, regardless of pantlio Court-Moucounty, Ky., 1 wllle.po-,- to thu highest bid- ics. der for ca-.l- i In hand, to pay the county. Statu and school taxes for tho years ls'Jl, Ifi'J'i, lMi.'t, 1MII, the following dec"rlbed propel ly, or o much thereof us may bo necea-r- y to pay to p.iy tho said taxes w Itli nil eoits MAUION, CHITTENDEN CO., KV. uud Interest. Co-i- t on each INt for advertisement and levy, $2, muit be paid. O. ltrauno fcr ls02, 101 acres. Kings-vlll- e, COO acres, Kobliison Land, A Delightful Summer Resort. S27 acres, Freeman Laud, school 3li 'IS taxes for 1&01-- 2 CIoso to llallroad: Double, DallvMall; SplenF.. J. Ulclmrds, 40 acre near JohnTy- did Music; Table First-Clas- s. For Terms, write to 40 acies, Jacob Ottenhelmer, lsOI-tl-- l, THUKMAN & COOK. Piton., - Marlou. Ky 140. 1,200 acres, John Ttirnbull, l'eter Chandler, 000 acres, lt.istln A Collier, l)J acres, Wash Harris, Same for 1S93: 730 acres Hraune, MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. W acres Murphy. 40 acres ltlchards, 40 acres, Arthur Hros., 35 acres, : Ottenhelm. Satuo for 1b04: 452 acres, 450 aeroa, s" acres, 00 acres, Total tax... 75 70 33 acres, Ottenhelm. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd s. Porters J.N. MENEFEE, table. Everything S9 m jet trains. Lincoln Co., Ky. 32 Sheriffs Sale for Taxes. JULY Mi CRITTENDEN SPRINGS Mason Hotel first-clas- Lancaster, Kentucky. Ex-She- rltr J4M i.fljlfuj a'erf rMa'?4t -- ' . ' m ! ggj8 iMUMaliM p MMMMM " 'ii m ' m'mmmmmrmftmmmmamamm ( ti,. ,...nnft. mines from Frankfort says that Madeline not accept an Pollard, whose name was in some man- that if Dr. Hunter does appointment from President McKlnloy ner, which shall be nameless forever candldato more, connected with that of Col. Billy ho will be the administration oppose the Kentucky to Breckinridge. Is quietly living In Lon- for governor of ami urau-le- y don and engaged In literary work. It Bradley faction. The Hunter battle to factions are lining up for a will doubtless be gratifying to the Colcontrol the State organization at the onel to know that she is quiet for once. She wasn't so in the days gone by; nt republican convention. While Mr. Watterson is whooping least he never caught her in that conand trying to Indition. But why recall unpleasant in- up his few followers little convencidents. The Colonel Is behaving him duce them to come to his Dick Knott pro- - tion at Louisville, Brer. self with strict Presbyterian tlimu-soulwater on the proposition nrietv and Is now whiter than snow This straining since his sins have been washed out by and proposer as follows: be considered effective Sarah Gess and the rest of the republi- for effect c.mnot Twice the cans and their democratic allies In the at this stage of he battle. contest for sound money In Kentucky old Log Cabin. tested the mettle of men. In lbt'o the Gov. Bcckxhk saw that It was no Courier Journal sat on the fence, waituse for him to offer for commander of ing to see how the battle would go. the Confederate veterans and very sen- Then In 1SWJ its editor took to the sibly declined to permit the u&e of his woods of Switzerland, and llred shots name. Since he deserted democracy at long range. Now, when there Is no the governor does not stand as wel battle? he arranges a sham battle; rush with the old soldiers as formerly as es to the front of the stage, wrap tho was shown by the hisses he got when Hag about him and tires off a "boss ho was mentioned for commander. Gen. pistol" with an ujiostropho to God and by acJohn B. Gordon was his native land, and falls in a dead clamation and accepted the honor In a faint. speech of stirring eloquence. He is a Told grand man, grander even in peace than in war, and in honoring him the The town of Stewart Stutioni Tenn., old soldiers honor themselves and the was almost wiped out by lire. good cause they represent. r..M Jones, an engineer, was lasheil appeals to death by a belt at Mitchell, I ml. As expected the court of on the 8500,000 Newt Taylor lost M.OW pounus 01 versed Judge Cuntrill In bond issue. The court holds that the hemp by the burning of his bar framcrs of the constitution in limiting Payette acr itv tVir. ilrtlif. wVifpli tlin Harry McGee, a professional diver, lature could contract to meet a deficit broke his neck while playing his role in revenue, were looking to the future nt Cincinnati. Solon Ferguson and Ed Straughn and not to debts already contracted. were killed in a saw mill eqplosion at HON. W. P. Thokne. of Henry coun- Rockvllle, Ind. ty, who was one of tho best and most The Fayette county fiscal court has members of the last House, is bought the Georgetown turnpike for announced as u candldato for lieuten- $10,000 for eight miles. ant covernor. no is a capable and iop- Austin Smith, of Saratoga, N. Y ular democrat and has won his right to was killed by a ball thrown by the promotion. pitcher In a ball game. , The father of Charlie Ros-- who was Deus' ravings against the govern1S74 and never found, died at ment and his threats of force show that stolen in ho oiiL'ht either to be in the lunatic Gerraantown, Pa., aged 71. Dakota boys get 50 cents a bushel for asylum or a penitentiary, most appro grass hoppers, or a few cents more than priately the latter. wheat is worth a bushel there. An Infant of Charles Caruthers, of POLITICS Mt. Vernon, O., fell into a kettle of Gen. Bushnell was renominated for hot water and wa- - literally cooked. governor of Ohio. A Negro woman in North Carolina Is Hon. W. P. Thorne, of Eminence, still living after having four husbands says he is in the race for lieutenant and 40 children, 27 boys and 13 girls. governor. Nathan Gray, who was playing the Congressman Paul J. Sorg, who is a peacemaker, was probably fatalcandidate for governor of Ohio, de- role of ly shot at Middlesboro by Chin. Agees. clares for free sliver at 1(5 to 1. A needle which had been In her President McKlnlcy sent warm con11 years was removed from gratulations to Queen Victoria on her breast for Stallord, of South Bond, successful reign and wishes for Its con- MUsAllie Ind. tinuance. The dead body of James Cole, of Judge David B. Culberson, of Texas, roadhas been appointed one of the three Georgetown, was found near the foreIn his commissioners to codify tho laws of tho side with a ghastly wound A CAULEQKAM d 1 I' M Capt. Boycott, who became famous THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., fi - June 25, 1897 W. P. WALTON. i Fo " " " " " " ' " " DEMOCRATIC TICKET. S. J. SHACKELFORD Ap'latc Cl Circuit Juibje, M C.SAVFLEY. Com'tth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. Eepmentatiie, - M. F. NORTH. Countu Juibje, - J- E. LYNN. County Clerk. - GEO. U. COOPER. .lM'iil' HELM. Cotinfv Itfonifi, J. F. IIOLDAM. Circuit Clerk, SAML M. UWEMJ Sheriif, GEO. Hr DEIiORD. Jailer, C. G. BAKER. -- through being tho first man subjected to tho "boycott" in Ireland, Is dead. i JudgoDuRellc, of tho court of deJudge CantrlU's cision, who held that tho $500,000 State ivwpP bond Issue was Illegal. .,... una .l nfiriT.tttl II ...... ....1 LiMiiu 4.. .. piuiu 4l.l .. vtrtv nu H'n lllt.Y. rirrtllt v immv viv. Mystery surrounds the death of Mary n u tiu mill in uui ciivv Suiters, 40, colored, found dead on tho Attiiictiona. As usual we nlm to tunko encli weeks' busint! hotter thnii tlio p ev-'- ii track of tho Cincinnati Southern rail- Souh one unci do thereby oiler better bargain? at nil times. road near Wllmore. It Is thought by some that she was murdered. us DON'T C? MOW AWAY MONEY, lli,.-i-,-. - LAiXDGRAF. Coroner, Supt. School', GARLAND JINGLETON " in. 1 brought on the administration of municipal affairs and the city's credit. Tiiekc seems to be no doubt about the mental collapse of Senator John Sherman, who was lured from the quiet shades of the Senate to make room for Boss Hanna. Many instances are given of his aberration, one being that he went to the Senate Chamber the other day and occupied his old seat during the" session, forgetting entirely that he was Secretary of Suite. The old man has been a horse in his day and even his enemies will regret that his strong mind has given away. A LAKGK majority of the Music Hall nominees were successful in Tuesday's primary in Louisville and an excellent ticket headed by Charles P. Weaver for mayor was nominated. Our old friend Judge Toney had no trouble Bestinjj Sam Averitt, late of Lebanon, for judge of the law and equity court, but Marmaduke Bowdcn was turned down for county judge by J. B. Gregory and W. P. Johnson got double as many votes for county clerk as Robert Cochran of the Music Hall crowd. The democrats' of the Falls City ought to go to work now and redeem themselves from the odium that bolting has News Briefly 1 Wronjj Acfwnt on Soiiiill. Young Gerald Da Mnurior'rt dclnr-tio- n that his father always pronounced tho namo Svongali with the accent on the first syllable comes Into, but it is interesting in view of tlio different method which luut prevailed here. When "Trilby" first log:m to lo popular, acquainted with thu annul fome method of pronouncing Slavic namo spoke Svongali with both feet on the fii st syllable. That was promptly declared an affectation, and tho "a" in tho namo broadened out until it was a foot wide. Mr. Du Manner's statement ii probably founded on tho lest possible authority, and it is far more in accord with the general practice in names of thi character. Smetana, the Bohemian is usually culled Smotu-nn- , with tlio accent on tho niitcix-nult- , although tho name, like others of tho Slavic origin, rvully has the accent on tho llr.t syllable and is pronounced Smetana. Tlio authority for this pronunciation of the unmo is tho composer himself, who wrote to a Loudon newspaper onco that hi namo should bo read like tlio opening noted of ono of Beethoven' symphonies, iu which tho accent falls on tho firt note, When it wns nt fir?t proposed to act "Trilby," Pomobody suggc-ti-d that tho correct pronunciation of the hypnotist's namo should be given and tlio bo called Sven-galbut nokxly concerned would listen to the projKisal, and it was voted down as a piece of affectation and ignorance. Young Du Mnurier's announcement shows that his father knew more about the correct pronunciation of tho name than any of those concerned in the pluy's production here. New York Sun. com-poo- r, ch.u-acti, Now Is The Time to Buy. b Kvery item vve present is n money acr. We are. xhowitiK the belt nssortniunt oj Kvery Milt cut in the new Mylo and warranted to hold its Fust lllack Alpaca Coatf, tl.25. shape. CRASH SUITS. FANCY SUMMER COATS, ltalbrlggnn blurts and and Hals from 51 to M. Men Fi.In Kino I Ioiieycombo Shirts and Drawer, "fie Superior stylo Straw and Wnshnblo CuAt Caps llnU at fife Kxtra Quality Mnco Hose at 15e. Silk-line'2')C. Hleycle Sweaters at 25c. ir In a 1 Draw coot, ef, 15c. d LADES NECESSTES. Summer Vests in Kino Illenchcd and Unbleached at 10c, worth double Waists at 25c to fl. Just the usual price. Light weight skirt- - at Lawn? in fat colors nt IJe Organdies nt 15c Iu ncucM patterns and colon. one-half Shirt il 25. Ladies' Belts, Brand At 25c Hlnck, Green and Ox llloods. New Style Buckles, Wo have on hands the hnudsoiiust lino of $fyoe5 ard Oxfords; Kver In this city.jp Ox llloods in 1 ace Shoes mid OxfotiN. Tans, Hlnck, Ac Don't forget it will always pay j ou lo Inspect cur line beforo joti buy. I'eniotnber wo givo a j Handsome Bronze Clock, pieicof SILVER WARE with every see us. 523 l'lintoRrnplij-I . is much better than a variety the exhibition is supposed to be of shapely limbs heretofore kept exclusively In the dark recesses of skirts. The nexs C. Sc O. excursion to Old Point, which will go early in July, ought to draw like a porous plaster. Sea shore resort proprietors are tilling up their waste places with men drawn thither by the announcement that it is all the fad for the maidens to go bicycling in their bathing suits. It show-sinc- e The example of the Colorado Legislature ought to be emulated. It has repealed the statute making July 4th, Thanksgiving day, Christmas, New Year's and Washington's birth day and Memorial day holidays. If the National Legislature would make a move in this direction, without continually making more holidays, it would be much better. The list of holidays has grown to be burdensonle to employers' and the government. this pertinent and palpable paragraph in an interrogatory manner, which will be hard for the powers that are to answer: If the Monroe doctrine forbids , European nations from acquiring ownership of territory on the American continent, or its adjacent islands, why should not It or some other doctrine prevent tho United States from acquiring territory on other continents or 1 uuls adjacent 'i ' POOR Emmett Logan! His friends fear that like John Sherman, his once powerful mind Is wandering and that he will no more bo able to gather it together. This paragraph is what started the fears and which is likely to make the de lunatico inquirendo proceedings against him. "The president was better entertained at Nashville than at o Abbeville, because the latter was for private than public service." is-Bilt-mor- The Owensboro Messenger prints II h man than both Foraker and Gov. Bushnell. His man Dick will go at tho head of the republican campaign committee over the combined opposition of those gentlemen. Great is Hanna and greater still Is lucre. The Glasgow Times is proving the i'neorrectnoss of the old saw that there can bo even too much of a good thing. of wit and wisdom twicu as much and twice as often. SPACE in the Couriei Journal dooo-n- 't seem to be as valuable as it used to be, when it can day after day publish tho convention call signed by L'J misguided individuals who are laboring under tho delusion that they are the -- Rkpoiits from the district meetings It Ohio show that Hanna is a bigger It is now Issued get to read Jim Riehard-on'- s semi-weekl- y and wo bclntllla-tlon- s democratic party. THE new tariff bill proposed a duty or 25 conts a busbel on green apptos. That right. The tariff should bo prohibitive. If the boyrt have to have it, patriotism demands that it shall bo from eating green apples grown at homo. Lt. Gov. Worth-Ingto- n rejected two applications for gentle-roanpardons in one day. The old breakfast must have disugreed with him. MiKAWLi: DICTf! 's head. United States. Crazed by fear of an electrical otorm For governor, W. Godfrey Hunter, of lieutenant-governoJohn which was raging. Mrs. Fred Poertnor, Where; for Covington of St. Louis, sent a bullet through her W. Langley, of Whatever. heart. Commonwealth. John Channel, a Cincinnati urchin, republicans nominated C. W. The was dangerously wounded by the exLee to lill the vacancy In the 4th Indifirecracker In his huge ana district occasioned by the death of explosionofa pocket. Congressman Holmun. There were llS failures In the UniTho number In attendance at the during the past week. There convention of Jessamine county ted States were 270 for the corresponding week was 1U. Tho chair broke tho unlucky last year. number by resigning. John W. McCartney, the lint of the Dr. Hunter, Judge J. H. Embry, an charged with contempt inthe and Kllpatriek, are witnesses sugar trust Investigation, win light Senate conducting a hot acquitted. Guatamala mission. for the Tho University of Georgia by defeatGov. MeCroary always gets what he University of Virginia won the TinMotor goes after. His latest success is secur- ing the base ball A vibitor, described as a scientist ing a clock for the cupola of the new Southern championship. the Kee-lfiom Loudon, has leon to custom houe at Richmond. Tho Georgia A: Alabama railroad is motor and decribes him- -' If iu the of Frankfort, is the Ron. J. A. Scott, an inducement to tho trav London Globe us greatlv impressed with first to announce himself as a candidate offerim? as eling public watermelons on ice served it ami of the opinion tnat Mr. Keely for tho ollico of Attorney General of '"has certainly discovered a new force, free to passengers. the Suite, on the democratic ticket. L. A. W. nt Cynthia-n- a which onght eventually to lv of inestiTho Kentucky Eugene Dobs, in a speech before the mable value in tho workshop of the chose Ed. II. Cronlmrcr, of Coving- - world." Tho motor is now of inentiitia-bif1fitiirkmiii. declared that the meet value, that bung the paiticular ,,.nm,mf. tniit. ha overthrown! ton, for chief consul The 13S will be nt Lexington. thlnt? that seems to ail it. The Loudon ptMcably U possible, by force If necos- Mrs. Warren Finch, of Mlddletown, gontlonmil saw Mr. KivlyV wheel go SJTho silver Ites, populists and rcpub-- ! N. Y., committed suicldo anil .loft a roiyid and was amassed, as were tlio othprevent, who found no evillcans of Iowa have nominated a fusion note stating that she could not stand er scientists working of any jKiwer they dence of the gov-- 1 her snoring husband. ticket headed by F. E White for of. but yet felt Mire they wen in The complete cuiteus of the great knewpresence of homething wonderful ernor. Part of the populists bolted olllclally an- - the j Russian Empire has been the convention. Mr. comprehension being and Ijoyond their but did not htlp matTho Colorado Legislature has repeal- - iiounced, tho entire population Keely explained, 11H. ters, his explanations Ixing "conehtd od the statute making July I, Thanks- - sot down as 120,211, j Anderson, the bicyclist, lowered in hopoleasly obscure language. " Tho C. giving dav, Christmas, New Year's, road record ouo minute at most tlio visitor could make out was Washington's birthday and Memorial the tho ilUunoo in six that tho wheel was kept in motion "by j Denver by goliiK , legal holidays. day some occult symiuthy, allied in a cerIt seoms that there are othors. A hours and IKH minutes. " imiiw... iinil William Able shot tain way to the elements of intiRie. ..r $.5,500,000 has been ,it- -, .,,,...,.,1 Paul .!.!. Mr Kly may never oifeet Jiii ' in tlio Pennsylvania State .treasury, and killed each other near Greenville, mysterious npimratus, but he has at least said to be due to extravagant appropri-- ! MUs., in a quarrel over Abie's, dual re j so far interohted tho public that if he to liuuvv .JiUIlOn' niece. should write his autobiography tnith-fullation by the T.nirUliitiiwt. and iu clour and lively lnnguiigo John Honrv Wilson is ai ri.iiiKiui i tuisa ijivu.i Runt, aistaut in the trying to have thoBe Indictments postofflee at Oaklatui, i"m is mmm .u- it might find readers. Tho world would lottOl tO bo glad to know more altout his ma..! . I. lf M.. IT.intat. m.kI 1? P ..,. t f... tolrlnur llW)M(tV fl'Oin chine, and, us ho and his e.ierionces Is said that Mr. buy her weddinjf clotbos. Franks bpuashod. It a i.ii,i.jvlviinia man has offered tho and intellectual processes seeni a very wm ,. ic aiu..u fr.. n. ... tnli. iti,i ..j. . fut. jv. 11 U3WI1 13 i,..... imiiortnut part of it, it might prove Mr. Hanna assured the Ohio repnbli- - doctors of his town $10,000 If they will rewly to nequaiiit limit with them. can convention that the uountry, mean- - propare a meuicine uum Haiper'B Wtokly. ing tho Ohio wool growers, had boon nently euro uoliely children, INm Tor Hik Cabblfi. saved by ample protection on wool, In ' A lono bandit held up Kxpreiw A; N. A London phjmt says that ono ufter-noo- u most scientific, the best balanced tiiii L. C. Brannon on an L. a gorgeous motor car, used by a .mil tlio most iust tariff bill that this train near Guthrie and got $2.50. The. ilnn for advertising puiposob, docked disturbed. passengers were not country has ever known." gold with a driver and a footman child of Mr. and lnoed unifonns, was speedingin along Tho A. P. A. members of the school, The board dropped five teachers In tho pub- Mrs. Charles Caruthers, of Martins- Stoke Newington ro:.d vhon the malic schools, their only ollouso being burg, O., fell into a kettle oi noiiiug chinery suddenly gave a sharp cnick down. that they were Catholics. The popular water and w literally oooked before and broke obliged Tlio 11 vn led attendto descend from tlio ants wore excuse probably is that the Catholiob it could lie rescued. vehie'e and pnsh it slowly along from child of Lon d Thu would have treated the A. P. A.'s the of Addison, O., was left standing bohii tl A number of cabin n in tho same way had they been In power. father put tho neighborhood promptly entered into tho A dispatch says that fully 5,000 peo- byabuggv while tho formed barn. Tho child started humor of the situation iuid ono of ple witnessed tho commencement exer- horse In the themselves into a procession, down, There the buggy, which knocked him break- them peiforming an imitation of a dead cises at the Berea College. .vheel passing over his neck, march on an old trumpet which he hud were 19 graduates, 17 whites and two the nicked up somewhere. ing it Negroes. r, bolt-ocrat- ic tbree-cornore- d Kf-clInter-Collogiat- photographer, in Pans, which are used successfully in tlio production of prints from photographic negatives. Prominent in these is n kind of printing paper, covered with a IrKA. UKHANSKY A CO. 1'norniiToiw. gelatinous substance, which lias the IT. I). KANLY. Mvnai.m. property of becoming indissoluble if to light, iu projtortion to tlio Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, , rynllilnn-i- , Vumaillc, Emi amount of light allowed to act ujioii it. nence, Georgetown, Klizubcthtuwn. Frankfort, mid Mauckport, Ind This paier comes iu rolls or sheet.- -, but not soiisitiml, it being neces.iry to dip it first into a 5 per cent solution of bichromate before using. Tho K'UhltlAHl shoot of paper is placed in a printing frame, under tho negative in the usual way, the o.X)suro taking place under artificial light and for a few seconds only. Tho operator has no way of telling when tho print is sufficiently exjxvsed, for the picture will not show until development, practice boimjtho only guido k omhrm luff all of tin- iw thin?. A soldi of I'll u Irs will .irtHi this uitu; iu this neratiou. In "bringing out" Uoiiimi. I'reiirli. HiikIIsIi hiiiI Colonial "tvl. able fur llirtlidti) mid Ilrldal 1'rcsinU sawthe picture two or three quarts of Drfsdeii In MhIiokuii). Ultk. Illrtii. Mnplidust are mixul into a fluid mass with sufficient warm water; a thenuometor m is used to stir tho mass, which ought to SO degrees F , tho tembo used at about III llnil mi (lesions mill tlnNlK'" rlijlit III toii''h lth Y. ill Vitk Huston nud I'liU l" perature of tho mixture remaining sta- (l itllH. tionary beoauso of the sawdust used. The oxjxod print is first dipjiod into cold water to make It oft and is then II. K'. Camuitx, Manager. fastened to a plate of plain glax by Branch Store nt clamps. A can filled with tho sawdust and water mixture is then taken and vurrd over tlio print, the picture coming out slowly if the exposure had leon projxT, but if it appears too fart it is of overexK)surc. auil a cooler mixture is at onco used One or two practical novelties have Ot aluindsomo oon broucht forward by M. Artigue, a I'utclmsu. Come to THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Lnvrn-nreburg- ex-Iu-- CARPETS & MATTINGS. Bargain Drive cur-liMid Fop June- - t)i-Is- lii'd - oome: AND SEE x W. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. Hustonilk', SPECTACLES I SUIT CRAIG Si. e y TO EVERY EYE, HOOKER. r.( V HN KCCURKTE FIT GUKRKNTESD. o llift-g&Vd a I fr unDGRCAKinq UY JOO-mi- le v't ? .1 f$ i Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. J. C. M'CLARY, I Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Uridlcs, Hufjgy Robes, Horse IMankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court -- House Square, Stanford, Ky ! y . -, I 11 , ggjggCTS? $ ifcj i I . Afc i""" Me-"t- I hi. iifi!!iic" overy-day, Wo Imvo added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock of General Merchandise and are now prepared to Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an suit Our stock of to a wedding outfit. three-year-ol- .Mai-sha- ll, Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chiuawarc, Olntswarc, Quccnsware, &c was nuvor moro complete FARRIS St HARDIN, &' J31 1' j.lgsfcJttSgte- - S vhmJ!tn, ,ti Hriliir- - "5 i),ai..'--ijnr"- if '" '"' fJlfsj; ?WP- - -- WVTWM f IH f "1 w "" "'"m THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., -- HOME NEWS, Ni:v shirt wutst sots, links and belts. Sou tho window. Fly paper and Fly Traps at Warren it Shanks'. m 3 RELIGIOUS. Itov. H. C. Morrison Is a S. aro Banks. satls- - w church communicants, the numyour prescriptions to us if you ber being ':, 12 l,:L")3. My stock N vet full of Good Things and Choice Spring I'attcrim. Elder J. T. Sharrard will preach at MAClllXKoil from 20 to IWc per gal want prompt and elllelent work. Craig K. C. Walton, Buhinivu Manaokk. the Christian church Sunday it Ilocker. lon. HijjitiH it MoKinncy. .. . subject "The Transformation of FLY fans, lly traps, lly paper, screen manlty." Tin: best Is cheapest. Tliat'H why FitUlT Jars and Jelly Glasses of all our paint, load and oil are choa)CHt. kinds at Warren it Shanks.' wire, refrigerators, water coolers and ltev. John Hdvvard DoMerrltt, of( During tho next no days Prices will bo Greatly Keduced I will sell jou Penny's Drug Store. gasoline stoves at Higglns it McKln- - Newport,Neb., is the youngest licensed Tin: soda water at Penny's Is pure, ney's. minister in the world. He is only 1U, cold and refreshing! Try it. PERSONALS. and Is a Baptist. A man's All Wool suit for S4 SO Come and i'o ilium whether v want to buy or not. W. B. Homjbkmax and Ncely Stone A company oi missionaries among llOKX, to the wife of Isaac Hamilton, killed a dog which was frothing at the Louisville yesJ. II. SOWLM.U wont to the I lowland merchant, a Hue boy. mouth and which had all the appear- them two women, will leave San Franterday. works cisco to preach tho gospel to the can SAMlA'SK, of Hustonvillo, was hero DON'T forget the moonlight fete In ances of being mad at the water nibals of the South Sea Islands. ; j estorduy. the Llirlstian church yard tills eve- yesterday. Tho meeting at the Turnersville pgAte-5g4ggSMH. IlAKHV GKKK Is b.ick from ning. Raspberries, ices, cake, music Tub list of claims allowed at the Oc- Christian church conducted by Itcvs. lea 111., to see Ills wife. etc., for only 2.1c. tober term, lS!)(i, and May term, ISO", John S. Shouse and W. T. Brooks has &. w. Mit. aND.Mks. W. H. Shanks are of the Madison county llscal court ap- closed. There were 'St additions. b: HlxilXXIXtJ next Sunday, No. 2.'l will pears In parents In Madison. with her the Richmond Climax and it Itov. W. S. Grinstead will preach at Miss Suun: RlLHY, of London, Is the pass Stanford at 1:27 V. M., '21 minutes takes up nearly 18 columns of the pa- McKInney Sunday afternoon at 4 BH Keep cool at homo by buy lug a pretty Hammock later than now. There Is no other per. guest of Mrs. Thomas Dalton. o'clock. Itov. C. II. Neal will preach Hon. J. S. OWSMJY, Sli., left Tues- change In the schedule. night. Each will have for his sub- m day for the Nashville Centennial. Excouhagbi) by their defeat of the that "That Sanctificatlon Craze." ject, TAXIS. Six per cent, will bo added & Miw. W. A. Mohkuly, of Knoxvllle, Danville team the Stanford colored The handsome new Christian church & to your town taxes If not paid on or by Is visiting relatives in this county. of July 1. Pay now before the tionalty Is nine will play the Brotherhood club 11. atFlemlngsburg, was dedicated SunOr ii finer one" with fringe, bright colors and largo enough for two. Come to Mk.Jami-- s Rkttus, of LouIbvIIIc, Louisville in that city Sunday, July day, tho ltev. F. N. Haines, of Cincinadded. O. J. Newland, marshal. Kate P. Miller. am Is the guest of Mrs. An excursion will bo run from here ut nati, delivering the sermon. The build t MlSSKS Flohknck and LOL'AXXA It.viX has fallen several times dally tho low price of $.lu for the round-tri- ing cost $10,000, and the balance of the Uliui are at the Nashville Kxposition. since our last Issue and yesterday's The train will leave Stanford at debt was raised Sunday. Mil. JA.MP.H A. LKi: U back from said that more would fall last 6::W A. M. Rev. Martin Hardin, of Harrodsburg DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. French Lick Springs greatly Improved. night, afler which we would have coolof President Tin: miserable carrlcature of our Ky BKOWN, of Ixnilsvillo, er weather. ffl Miss IllXl.1: Stevenson, has accepted a cull to tho 1! handsome and hefty Lancaster is the guest of Hev. J. II. Crouch's famIT Is hardly worth while to call atMatthew DawBon Hughes pulpit of Green Hill Presbyterian ily. e tention of our readers to the which appeared In the Louisville Post church. Philadelphia, Pa., and will as. t MissSCSiK LASi.r.Y was painfully SEE OUR of of of Monday, calls either fpr pistols and sumo the pastorate October 1. hurlTuohday by falling fiom her bicy- "ad." J. L. Frohman it Co., A blind man could hardly keep qilTeo or a suit fordamages.and "Daw"' Elder W. K. Covert, the great cle. and medium antagonist of will diuibloss do 'em up If he doesn't go Is visit- from seeing it. M. Wk8TBHKH:i.u Mits. L. in hung hlm&elf when he sees himself Anderson, Ind., known because of his ing her husband's parents at ParksBoss Davisox has recommended and vicious fights against spiritualism, has as others are supX)scd to see him. H'.e. that J. M. UtKH.ii be apK)inted offered a ?."00 challcniro to the Rev. IL BitovvN are Mil. and Mils. Hokacb at Shelby City: Frank Cordier Stati: Coi.lkoi: aitoixtkks. &C. L. Hastings, the Boston divine, to proat Crab Orchard Ui spend a couple- of at Rowland, and J. P. Long at Cotton-bur- Each legislative district is entitled to duce a demon. weeks. Best and Largest Line of Implements In town. See us before buying. Madison county. one appointee to the State College each Herman Warszawiak, who claimed MltH. C. T. BOUON and ton, Charley, year. Said appointee shall be entitled to be a Christianized Hebrew, and who No one who visits Cincinnati and has of the West Knd, are with Mr. and Mrs. to all the advantages of the college, ex- sought admission to the Presbyterian tho time should fall to go to the ZooS P Stagg. cept table board, for the term of years ministry, was denounced in the Ftfth Mil. WM. GoOCil, who has boon sick logical Gardens. It Is full of rare beasts necessary for graduation or good beKnown Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed New York, Presbyterian Avenue, .,.. .. ,,,,, was able to come to and bird? and is a delightfully cool IWl .1 ...v.... in. M. havior. The selection of appointees Is church as a hypocrite and gambler and place to while away a few hours. tow u Tuesday. made by the county sinerlntendents on an immoral person. editor, wife and son, Wllllnm, Tin: PKBl'AltATluXS are ulready being competitive examination on the subCumberland Presbyterians gave last loft Wednesday for Nashville, Gallatin made for tho l 15. F. picnic which will jects, arithmetic, grammar, history and year for foreign misions 310,39(l.ti, and other jKilnts. b held at Vandeveer's Park here July geography. All who wish to make ap- but including special offerings and Mil. W. H. Bkady, wife and two 1). Dr. W. I). Tardif is one of the man- plication for this appointment must m of the Women's Board the total children aro taking In the sights of the agers which means that it will be a present themselves at the superinten- thoe )& . THOSE was i2(i,U2J.41: for home mission ?12,- - r Nashville dent's olllco July HI, bil. This exam H.". 10: for church extension i:i,22l.:U. M. success. l)is. J. M. HhoxaI'OM and W. ination Is open to all between the ages Those Items, together with miscella Noticic W. J. I tomans it Co., Lan- of II and Myers aro back from a pleasure trip to the neous gifts to other good causes, make The one who g out their largo stock caster, are Lexington and Cincinnati. best examination receives the appoint- a grand total of of $S1,419.0j. e of buggies, surrles, phaetons and road Mlts. J.W. McALl8TF.1t and ment. The Gencial Association of Kentucky little on, James, started on their wugons. You can save from ?." to 'Ji'i Baptists at Georgetown adopted a resTuesday. by buying anything you want in tho Mo., COOK. That "death love's a shining witirn in Si. are just the thing for Ixjys. Save work and worry of At 50c. 75c and olution declaring that no one engaged mark," was never more imprcs-ivel- y making. MlSKS. J. C. Hays and John P. vehicle line from them. In the manufacture or sale of intoxica4 Jones left Wednesday for Russell MlSS Kl.I.BX H ALLOC will give pi- proven than in the removal from earth ting liquors should be retained in Springs to spend u couple of weeks. ano lessons at the Myers House. Pu- to eternity of Miss Kate Cook. The church fellowship, and that churches m A. It. Pkxxy wentover to Lex- pils will receive two lessons a week, olcturo of health and haonlness, of a Mks. retaining such members should be do- ington Tuesday to see her sister. Mrs. and seclal attention will be given to iiiinni fitTiniiiiMiinnhf. tm niiiio Hill in nlea representation In the association Graves, who Is hopelessly paralyzed. technique, pedaling, phrasing and ex- dwell lonir iiikhi the earth and to make The association meets next year at ANo Linen, (Genuine to make pants and suits at 25c. FKKU GltAVliS, who is running an en- pression. the best of tho things this world af' Hopkiubvillo. Terms ?." per month. 9 fords, but man proMsos and God disgine on the Southern division of the L, The Baptist association of Kentucky, A lUSlWTCll from Lancaster says: uses, and now she sleeps the sleep that , was with friends hero this wooK. A: h well, a widely known law- knows no waking. Some 10 days ago passed resolutions lOtJ to TS urging the "J. M. Hot MlXSSKS. A. W. CAKlMlNTKKandson, removal of Dr. Whitsltt from the presTiy our 'J3 cents Oxfords for Ladles, IllacUs and Tans. George, leave for California on the yer and H)lltieian of this place, has she went to Crittenden Springs and it excursion next purchased Dripping Springs, tho fa- was thoro that that fearful disease, per- idency of the Southern Baptist TheoChristian Kndoavorer mous Kentucky summer resort and wa- itonitis, set in and at 11:20 Wednesday logical Seminary. The doctor's discovweek. 88 ery that sprinkling was lirst practiced Gmitoi: P. SaCFI.KY left Tuesday tering place, and will remodel It and night her soul took its illght to the great by the Baptists, and that Immersion beyond. Miss Cook, who was the morning to spend the summer with his throw It open to the public." m Don't throw your old Umbrella Prames away, but bring them to Us and was substituted in the l"th century, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and brought on him a deluge of wrath sister, Mrs. T. S. Wubb, Jr., at Knoxhave them SiO.OOO. This is the magnlllieent .1. M. Cook, was 24 years old, and vllle. sum presented by Mr. Thomas Phelps, Mrs. which is about to cost him his place. Mks. Kv S. RastlaXO, the aged of Madison, the otherday, tohlsduugh- - her life was sjient at Hustonvllle until mother of Mr. A. G. Kastlaud, of this ters, Mrs. J. W. t iirperton and Miss the old home was broken up some n The town of Tehuanteiec, Mexico, jilace, is at the iolnt of death at her Minva Park Phelps, half each, after months ago, when she came to Stan- containing about l.",000 Inhabitants, On sale SATURDAY and MONDAY. of her time at her was completely destroyed by an earthhome lnMeroer. had sold his Letcher place, just out- ford and, spent most brother-in-law'sand children he B. Coop- quake so far as houses and buildings Mr. George Mlts. II. U. GitKdOKY side of Richmond, containing 200 acres er. She joined the Christian church are concerned, not one remaining arrived yesterday afternoon from Gray to Col. Caperton ill s7f. 8N when very young and has since tried to standing. son to visit her parents, Mr. and Ms. TllK game of ball between tho Dan- live up to tho teachings of It. EndowP. Butloy. crimiJames Canoy Sullivan, charged with , MKSIUMBSC. W. KHKMUIt, M- 1" ville and Stnnfoiil colored teams Tues ed with a bright mind and having had nally assaulting Sarah Lawson In up to day was a good one from start to h tho advantages of a good education Miss Lord and Bessie Saundurs went Whitley county, was caught in Pulasand wn- - witnessed by the largest Cook was a most excellent companion ki and his examining trial Is set for Cral) Orchard Springs Wednesday to a ball game and few young ladies were more popu July oth. The girl is still in a danger crowd that spend several weoks. PKOK. IlAUIMX CKAKJ. of Owenv here In years. The homo team won by lar than she. She was fond of teach- ous condition. Headed by U. 5. jyiUJysi., DO. 33,353. HUNDLEY'S boro. who will have charge of the Stan- a score of h to i. which was duo to the ing and taught several schools in the payment of Sou of Klever's Model. No 'J'J.TID. tho greatest breeding hog living, and 11 l)i)T Attorneys will demand World's Columbian Champion. I I.tuite No Klne. son ford Male and Female Academy, Is here good buttery work of Babe Hansford West End very successfully, the lat the insurance policies, amounting to C'LACDR No 12GU1 re.id of tho for survlcn. A few show gilts old enough tj oreed and lirodsow.s tonm oungloars school. .s In eer resjn t. wall and Tom Kennedy. one being tho btiingtown school, near j? 12,000, upon the life of in tho Interest of that tisiieclalti for sale. This stock is strlrtH Mk. J. It. OKXmmFK- Is back from Mr. C. T. Bohon's, where she boarded. Tate. They state that they have no liedlgree-.- ' Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wiite your wants or come and Didn't SBLL It. J. B. Adams, pharsee in hogs the Confederate reunion at Nashville. macist for F. B. Twidwoll, Hustonvillc, She became very much attached to Mr. positive proof of his death, but rely upwo .uammc'in re Mil uucit icir siuu. .mej iuckiuiuuis A few frosli Jorsey A. i:. HUNDLEY. Hox 105 D.umlle, Kv. Ills feet pained lilni so ho could stand writes' us to state that Elias Kldd, who Bohon's family and often spoke of the on tho presumption of death after seven Eggs. l for 13. many kindnesses she received at their years' disappearance. the tramping around no longer. was given morphine by mistake for calWr. omitted the names of George S. hands. Her death Is an unusually sad The committee appointed by the Fayomel, and which came very near cost-lu- g one and occurring as It did away from ette Fiscal Court to assess a valuation Cai'itentur and Thomas J ulTorsou Hatchthat gentleman his life, did not er In our list of tho Confederate veter- make the purchase at his store. We home and most of her friends, it is pe- on the Harrodsburg pike fixed It at ans who wont to Nashville Monday. culiarly so. Being the youngest of tho The company has been notified thought Mr. Adams was too Mks. S. A. Makkiott, of Nolin, who girls and realising that sho had no of the price, and unless it is accepted pharmacist to make such a blunder. mother to conllde with and watch over by Saturday the road will be condemnhat been visiting her parents, Mr. and a Mrs. W. C. Lewis, returned home WedNegro, her, her sisters were naturally partial ed and sold at auction. Ml n OWSLBY, a nesday. Mrs. Lewis accompanied her. died near Rowland Wednesday of heart to her and thev as vvoll as their three At Emmott, I.T., Rev. J. T. Lvans, a M v.U)K Joxk.s. of the Mt. Salem sec trouble. He lulu oeen sick lor some fond brothers and older relatives aro pastor of tho Baptist church, and Makes hard work easy You can get more tion, sullered a hemorrhage Saturday time and was of the Impression that he bowed down with grief. The remains one of the deacons mot butter. You wash, salt and work tho butBradburn, and has since boon very low. Ho Is hud been poisoned. Some time ago a will arrive at Hustonvillo at noon to- to settle a, crop contract. Hot words ter before taking it out of tho chum verj old and It is feared lie can not Negro doctor worked on him and claim- day where after appropriate sorvices at led to blows and Bradburn struck tho o'clock by ltev. B. J. Pinkerton they minister a vigorous blow on the neck. Will SbII You One on live. ed to have removed several llzards MaksiiaM. Noi:i., of the L. it N., Is from his stomach. Dr&. O'Hannon and will be laid to rest by tho side of her Rev. Evans fell to the ground, conducting the business of Noel cc Son Cniig removed his hour', and found it parents in the Hustonvillo Cemetery, gasped for a few moments and expired. while his father, Hev. It. It. Noel, is more than double Its normal size. Ows- and then Bradburn tied. w w i attending tho Confederate reunion at ley, who was porter at the lowland de- All that is left of a biisrht, bright It will pay for itself in few weeks Call dream, and see It. Nashville. pot for years, was tho picture of health brilliant phusos, MK. W. K. COOK aim wuo aim .ur. and was the strongest man in his sec With its thousand Will be a handful of dust under tne lieorge Hobliison and wife, of Lancas- tion. collin lid, Up-to-Da- te , ter, attended the Foonomlcal Club Tho eotlin under the daises. CltAII OltUHAUU Sl'ltlNGS. The meeting at Mrs. J. U. Buxton's yesteryoung men of this The following -V pines less labor Mo-,Complete and Convenient Freezer ever offered n iM(.ml weathor prevented a largo place have been chosen pall bearers, the day afternoon. .,. fr...?..r rmW r.i ,mi r iiiLf fnMii ,iiie i' tvv-- minutes to .: i,... i.,, i,. ...i i,.... .. IIU IVflO 1U III1IU .I.......J.... MISS MAMli: WlLSO,V CAKl'KNTKlt number of Stanford people from attendremaining ones to be selected from hur Id 'on trial. are We guarantee them to do all we chim m I tlu-freeze cream she has as her ing tho opening ball at Crab Orchard Hustonvillo friends: Mossrs. Rowan sends us word that Very re pi elfnlly, Come and see forVouiself. Try one. guests Miss Leila Hoburts and Annie Springs Wednesday evening, but the Sauiley, Harry Buguhman and Bledsoe Hums, of Danville, and Sue Whitley following braved tho storm and spont a Bailey. & a few hours very delightfully at that and Nellie Murphy, of this county. Harry Dudley, of Holtou, Ind., throw Miss Makib IiAKXBH, tho sweet sing charming Summer resort: Miss Isamany friends here, came bella Bailey. James M. Saulloy, Miss hlmsolf in front of amoving train and er, who has job. over from Danville this morning to pay Anna Menefoe, Thomas Shanks, Dr. was cut In two because ho lost his A Catlettsburg nurse mistook carbolsister, Mrs. Ed Duncan, W. B. Penny and wife, G. A. MoRob-erta visit to her -D. P. Hall and wife and Victor ic acid for paregoric and gave a do?e to ut the home ol Mr. II. T. Duncan. of Rov. J. W. Herring. The and Miss MolliotcMershon. Hall A tho infant Lexlngtou Leader. hardest. MKS. S. LANUY arrived Tuesday splondld orchestra from Louisville fur- little thing was saved by the IsJ Receiving his- B. H. Brltton, Mllward cc Co.s' agent Absolutely Pure. the old country. Her nished tho music for tho occasion and from $1,000 husband, who Is of the llrm of Fred it tho light fantastic was tripped till a at Harrodsburg, who embezzled Celchratesl for Its groat leavening streiitflh ami alum ami from that tlrm, has disappeared. He healthfulness. Auura tho fixxl aulnit the iliep l nnav. the Gilberts CrooK millers, luui lato hour. Thero are already a numIn Call. years and ho Is ber of guests at tho Springs and a sold pianos for tho above Lexington alllfuruis of (adulteration to eoiumoa brands. not seen her for four v otlC, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a KOYAL IUKINO 1'OWDEU CO., JieW largo crowd Is expected by July 1. man in the county, firm. now tho happiest BlUNO Junk 25, 1897 Ot'K trusses jive the greatest faotlon. Craifj fc Hookor. holding Axotiihk examination for colored meeting at a church In Fayette. teachers will bo held at the court-hous- e Less than half of the people of the U. to-da- y and Clothing. HIST MM!LEY A BE SOLI CHILD'S SUtT FOR 50VCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. Car-rollto- n, rMw s ' HAMMOCKS ! m m Fop One Dollar p. dlb-pat- W. B. MoHOBEETS. I son-in-la- w ex-Vi- corres-pondont.Pro- f. half-pag- Dan-vill- e. -- st m Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, jiosl-mast- er fl g, PRICES LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAREN & SON. is i:xH-)itlon- . elo-ln- i. pa-s- os hand-pom- Jo-un- it. I I Chifdren's Wash Suits 1 ; 1 jVIc5t hir)cx) Suits, Home-Made) m N-- 95 CENTS. , k Umbrellas Recovered. $ NEIVV WASH GOODS - tin-Is- fifgfi Locust Herd Reg. Poland GUinas. tlrt--la--to gassi!sgga .... SEVERANCE & SON. V rlO,-00- 0. The well-know- n Buckeye Churn lili-sh- ."! Trial. 1 The Freezer. . i -- ,. HICGFNS M'KINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, s, POWDER THE MERGBANT TAILOR -- mm-nlni- r SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. i1- - dTflfrJjf -' t- ' -- '- .'Sjw. r S fc t p. rfcM!T nrv l p - -- - 3C35 sy V - - sjsMyswjnsaasfca! A1mWh ff ' Wf 9f" "T .FM,.lW,-H'K- hiiimm xiyn vtie vM f'ylljlC" ''!" i fc ft Ai - : I . ' f t ,t. L f & utri IS I " -- i i ( i 3 ;ti i t jAj. ff ,.--- m Xff When you want a big lot of goods for a little money, go to The J. L. Frohman & Co., DanG-lob- e, U1 ville, Ky. K up-to-dat- e. t , 4 Everything new. Everything Everything low. .- - itC' J" ,',?- -' 1 T ' The Winter Shelby City. Mr. Ben Trlslcr has moved into his new house opposite Mr. Beurd's mill. Mr. A. G. Dunn will be the republican candidate for magistrate in the 0th district. Mr. Walker Hunn will bo the principal of the Shelby City school this Fall and Miss Grace Coovert assistant. Mr. J. L. Rose, our druggist, has purchased tho old Tommy Burnett lot on the Danville pike and is having cottage, into credted on it a which he expects lo move by the middle of July. The old board of trustees of the Junction City Graded School were except Mr. Wm. Cozatt, who refused to serve, and Mr. Moberly was elected In his stead. The new trustees have selected Prof. Condor, of Indiana, a nephew of Mr. Linglc, as principal, and Misses Jennie Oxloy and Bettlc five-room NIAGARA FALLS. The excursion season to th'e North opens this year with much promise. The Niagara Fulls seuson will bo Inaugurated with an excursion at rates lower than have ever before been made from all points on Q. & C. Route, Thursday, July Sth. This excursion will be run via Cincinnati, C. II. & D. Ry. to Toledo and Mich Cent, via Detroit to Niagara Falls, the world's wonder. Special trains of the first class coaches and Pullman sleeiwrs will leave Cincinnati at noon, July Sth, and tickets from Q. & C. point- will be on sale for trains that make the connection, good until July 14th to return. This is one of the most completely popular trips known to the American public and Niagara Is visited by thousands - Summer Boarding. College Hume I now "jx'ti for lw inlon. Come to Crab Orvliartl. breathe the moun- PIANOS AND ORGANS. THOKOrOHIIKr.I) 1 ! Of Your .Discontent- J rist. To Enjoy the Summer go to tain air ample, shade abundant tun! very nlry. Tu-bt of the hoason. supplied with the D.tllv drive to the various watering places free "to guests. Tor particulars, address Ix-s- miner-i- ll mill ilrltiW the lieiiltli-glriiivuitvM. Locution lilcli. retired; (rtiuiiiU K le 33 -- A Hit. .VTAl'l'. TO- Pnir. CRAB ORCHARD Address for Terms, Ac, WOIU) - Decker Pros. Pianos. The most proHaines Pros'. I'lnnos, lific of nil breeds, Klllnctoii 1'l.iuus. nttitlu the gteat-- i 1). II. Ilaldwln Piano. st weight, fatten Pianos, Ac. l'lscher easily nt any age Hoars ready for Estoy Organs. Hamilton Organs and other Igs Makes. service. Gilts mid sows already bred See tnv Ooods and Got Mv Prices Iloforo jou of either mx. not akin. Questions and promptly answered. liuy. 10 W. T. WHltK. Crab Orchard. J. M. k H. J. Me50BEST3, Sttafsrl. DUROC HOGS S8B!S?S3fe 1 PROPERTY OWNERS. FIRE INSURANCE. ls Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning Every Am ou Insured J If not. why not Thou-stinibf dwellings and burns good us jours PHENIX Insurance Company, OFIBROOKLYN. V Iteld'it ninl ntn jiri'piired kinds of Mr. of the I have iMnol a shop nt the fork Hiistomillf and Mllledgevllle pikes, near to do all Blacksmithing and Woodwork, At the lowent prlciw and In tho !est manner. I will take all I guarnntee all tnv work. kinds of country prinluco, except for hore shoeing which Is CD cents, cash. Please give me u tiaro of jour patninnge. t. 1 GITS. EOFJatANlT. Proprietor, 35 Crab Orchard, Ky. j ear. Involving the loss of millions of dollars. Why hhoulu you expect to escape frtim j ear to jear ? C. . MAVFA Criag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. Hoyle" Co. Uluo-Gra- ss Poultry Yard. A word to the farmers. If you wake money In sails day and time you mint keep up with the time earlier with They and keep thoroughbreds. percent.mature arrangement of more than 50 a profityards is audi that there can The no mix in be ot oar breeds. Wo guarantee all eggs fertile when ihlpied. H. II. Red Pit Games. Imp. setting ot is r.ggs, w.w ti 00 Surber Celebrated I'it (hme I? 1 Helm assistants. Miss Margaret Hockinsralth, of Cottage, Mo., Is visiting Miss Lula D. Moore. Miss Annie Rogers, of Bear SJ.50 WhlteCrestedUJaekrolisu " tl50 Wallow, Barren county, Is the guest Imported KedCap, J.'.OO " Black Minorca, Ledman, Si.00 Miss Mary Powell. Mrs. Jeff " Siler Laced Wyandotte, $1.50 of Cincinnati, has moved back to Junc " Ilirrod Plymouth Ilock, AH breeds score aixive w puium. tion City. Mrs. Maggie Hosklns, of CRAIG 11UOS., Pros., Junction City. Ky. Danville, has been visiting her moth er, Mrs. Vancy Terry. Mrs. Pat Cain and son are with Mrs. Green. Mrs. Beswlck, of Lebanon Junction, has been visiting Mrs. Calijah Johnson. Mr. Allen Lawless, of Donaldsonville, La., Is the guest of Miss Susie Miss Maggio Sandldge Is visiting relatives In Garrard. Mr. John Dentist, t Stanford, : Ky. Durham and wife, of Lebanon Junction, wero with relatives here the first ilfice on Lancaster street at Kealdence of tho week. Americans every year. Tho present opportunity Is an unusual one and you should see your Q. ic C. agent or ad dress the undersigned for space at earliest possible date. The rate from Junction City will be 10..j .for the round trip. Chas. W. Zell, D. P. A., Fourth and Race Streets, Cincinnati. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. of Tour Property May Sum Within a j ear. within u month, hours. W'hv should jou oxjiosu mulation of years of "honest toll single tire, which can destroy hour ' Soliciting a share of jour patronage within 2 the accuto loss bj-i- t it In an Caledonian : Insurance Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OK STANKOUD, KY. Co., of Scotland. KOUNDED 1BOO. )- - itespecuuuj, - P!d JESSE D. "WEAKEN, General Agent, ,- up Capital, Surplus, 9200,000 00 17,603 80 s Stanford, Ky H. D. PHILLIPS, R. B. MAHONY, Agt., KY. 0 bTANrW.D, hh tho prescription In London for an invalid of wealth Is, "A pint of donkey milk twice a day." The cost is a guinea pint, so it can be seen that tho curative tluld Is not for poor persons, but only for thoie who can pay for it. to-da- y Gun and Lo61s Smith. isTANrOKU, KY. All kinds of repilring done at ressonsble rates Upholstering a specialty. Satisfaction guiraoeod Jotis. Castlkmax. A.G. Lasiiam. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. are a Hy pnnl'loni of Its charter, fully protectril as are dessllors In National Hanks, held Indlrldually liable to Its itiareholders the extent ofthe aiiiuiuit of their stuck therein at the par value thereof, lu addlllou to the amount In such shares. It may act as executor, truitre, Ac, as fully as an Individual. Tendering our thanks to Ihimi who have entrusted their business to us, e trust they will coutlnue to do so, and we otter as a guarantee for prompt at teutlou to same our 30 years' exicrleiice lu banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DtRKCTOKI. San-dldg- e. John L. Sullivan has gone Into training for n light with Fltzslmraons. Did J. T. SUTTON, Undertaker, ij.le Kentucky BBRBEE & CaSTLEMM. MANAOWIS, J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II Cuiiimliis, I'rearhersrllle; J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley.br., S. II. Shanks, William dooch, 8. J. Kinhry, J. K. Cash, K. l.rnn, A. W. Caivnter; J. J. N. Menefce. A. S. PRICE, Sirareon ! , Dentist, '( Jennie, aged 5, smothered to death. While their parents were absent the There is Sothiwj go Good OOicaorer McllolierU Drug Store in the Owsley Hulldlug. children had been playing "hide and There Is nothing Just as good as Dr. King's New so DJscotery seek" with three other tots. While demand It for Consumption. Coughs andtoColds, you soil and do not irmit the dealer claim there Is anyHe will SHELBY & SHELBY, searching fora good hiding place tho mine substitute. In order not make more protltlie to thing letter, hut two evidently thought of an old trunk m.ij ilalm somelhlng cInj tnle Just as good. You Proprietors New I)iscoery because )ou know In the cellar, crawled Into Hand closed want Ilr. King's reliable to and .t afUyERY,rEED& SALE STABLE the lid. A spring lock made It an air- or to l saferefunded, forand guaranteed anddoallgiMxl coughs, colds money of the throat, chest and lungs there W Turnouts, prompt attention, Tery ceaaoaable rates A itortlon of your iiatrouage is 13 respectfully solicited Firtt-Clas- Stanford, iKy 3ctWH You iitcr Hnstonville. - Try Klecttic Hitters as a remedy for )our troubles ? ofWest Unroln Oilers his services to the Knot, get a buttle now and get reiki' This niedl counties. Kull stock of CoUinsuud Caskcine haslieeu found to lw eculiarly adapted to the and Casey on hand. . relief and Hire of all femalu complaints, exerting a ets always D. 8. Carpenter. Manager. wonderful, direct intlueute In glUng smiigth und loss of tone to theorgans. If When an old trunk was opened In constipation, headache,you haesimIIs or a upiwtite, fainting nervou, the home of Joseph Melton, near Bord sleepless, excit4lile, melancholyis or troubled with the medicine ou Klectric Hitters ley, in Union county, the father found dlzzTBtwlls and strength are Kiurjutevd by Its need. Health use. OnlySOceuli a bottle at W. U. MclCoberts' his two little girls, Laura, aged 7, and drug store. S. II. Shanks, l'rcsldent: orriccas. J. 11. Commerce BuUding, Louisville. Agents Throughout tho South. Owsley, Cashier; W.M. llrlght, Teller SON, DEHLERS IN COHL, NOEL & Corn ana Hay, Crossing, Deiot Street, Coal Yard, Satisfaction guaranteed. VT. A. THIBBXiX, -- FIRSTNATIONALBANK OK STANKOUD, KY. Ixcal Agent,- - Stanford, Kentucky. 37t' Capital Stock $100,000. Sorplai 115,750. Un- 1 I Order Oincc and Feed Kxthange, near the Kallroad - Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. J. II. Hlgglns'. Mill J. B. HIGGINS, DEALER IN NOTICE ! When tho young ladles at Lexington size SUtaud jl. have demonstrated that they can hanBucUin's Arnica Salve. dle the motors and run tho street cars of public charity, how oest sale In the world for cuts,, bruises for tho sake The ulcers.salt rheum, feer sores, tetter, ! long will It bo until they are running aores,hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. DIHBCTORt. GEORGE H. M'KINNEY. them for tho sweet charity that begins It positively cures piles or aatlstactlonrequired. It is no pay lYtletd, Lincoln J. W. Haydeu, Stanford or money guaraateed to gire perfect Coal. S. T. Harris, " Co.; S. 11. Ilaiigliiuan, " Fertilizers and High-Grad- e Price 23 cents !r box. For sale by W. U. at homo V Louisville Times. Hocker, " T P. Hill, J. S. Al guardians, Administrators and such Druggist. " K. L. Taiiucr, McKluney. W. A. Trihhle, who have not made a sottlemunt with the Goods Wurranted ns Represented. Olllco ou J.H. Colller.Crah Orch'd, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. & Claim Agent, Tho order placing chief deputies, di- McKoberts, Storj, InIN ONE DAY. Lincoln County Court In the lust two jeuis M, D.Klmure, btauford. TO CUBE A COLD vision deputies and cashiers In tho Main Street, opposite Eltnore'u come forward at onco . OCrlCKRS. All are horeliv notified to liromo Stanford, Kentucky-Take ternal revenue service under the pro- Druggistsljxathe the moneyQuluiue Tablets 1'or and fcuttle or they will lo proceeded ugaltist Ky. if it falls to Cure. refund I. S. llo:ker, President; J. J. Mcltoberts, Cashier Box 44, Stanford, . u. imniu.i, civil service laws is to be silcdiy W U. MclEoberts, Craig A Hocker and O. UCCOrUlllg to IU. A. A. McKlnney, AsilstautCailder. tection of tho J. L TOTTF.N. Svlksman. Judge Lincoln County Court. 20 I Una kaid 12 yeurs's practice before nil the L. Penny, Druggists, btanford, Ky. Keg-ul- Junction City, Ky. tight tomb. fections nothing so good as l)r Kliu'New Dlscotery. Trial Untie free at W. H. Msltoberts' drugstore. s Until Orchard now has tho finest tousorial artist lu thoctutttry In the person of Simuei. ltLAKtMOUE, who handles tho hdssoro una razor In extwrt style. C.tU on him when Vrou want a clean hhaveor stylish haircut. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, chap-iie- d NOTICE Agricultural Implements, der the provisions ot the National Hauk Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, hut hy the stockholders' liability for an amount equal tn the stock, so that depositors of this Institution sre secured by a fund of JA0.O0O. r Ire sworn statements of the condition ol the Hank aretuade each year to the United State (lovermueut and Its assets are examined at stated times hy government agents, thus securing additional and perfect sulet. to deiwsltors. This Institution originally established as the llank uf Stanford lu 1H3S, then reorganized as the National Hauk ofStantord In 1803 andagalu reorganized as the Klrst National Hank of Stanford In 1st.', has had practically an uninterrupted existence for M years. It is lietter supplied now wlt' tjcllilles for transacting business promptly and liberally than ever before In Its long ami honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, firms and individuals solicited. De-tio- this is the only National Hauk In Stanford. Attention of the public Is railed to the fact that Pension ikspu tuients In Washington City. evoked. I &ji.'WMu&iri &M l.ifSsWsttthittW,!,. IfcMgis.iWrttff.iaiilttiiirftiwis; i.jW.ixisa ,wttja.w.. .iii..t'ittnt:'V.v-t'i;y-