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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897071601 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. .r SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS. INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY LANCASTER. VICINITY NEWS. 1G, 1897. NO. 40 HUSTONVILLC. THE STANFORD FEMHLE fi. Mr. Montio Fox shipped IS head of Louisvlllu MotuuillnW Imve parchim-oi- l export cattle, weighing 1.100 pounds u district parsonage at a cost of last Monday, which ho had sold at lie. Dr. Harry W. Barg, the optician, Sunday will bo ohllilriMi'H day at will be with .1. C. Thompson during tho church and a pleasing fair. July 1(1 and 17, and one or two days lias been arranged. Tho union lurvluo will ho at the Ilap-tl- after. Call and have spectacles adjust' church Sunday night and Ituv. .1. ed to your eyes. :t. Mrs. J. I. Hamilton applied for S0, T. Sharrard will preach. Uov. Oeorgo II. Turner will proach which she had pluced in a building and at Walnut Flat Siiturduy evening at 8, loan association about one year ago and received tho glad tidings that she Sunday at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Ily invitation Uov. J. H. Crouch will would receive $70. This is encouragTur-nersvll- lo COLLEG6 1807. pro-gra- m at preach at the Christian church at Hub-bl- u next Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M. A liiolunond, Va., preacher denounc-e- d Gov. OTarrall can-ca- n In a connou for at- tending ahow, and created a sensation. San r'raneUco puiwrs Kent us by Mr. A. W Cariwnter give glowing accounts of thu ureal C. K. convention held there. It U authoritatively stated that Dr. Whitsltt will not resign tho presidency of the Southern Theological Seminary. Let that be an end of It. Kev. V. S. Grlnstoad will preach at McKendreo church Saturday Highland Sunday morning and night. I lev. Clias. II. Neal will 1111 tho pulpit here. An ancient tablel of the second century hati been excavated In Kgypt that contains eight eaylngs of Christ. It will arouse extraordinary interest. The Christian Kndeavorers will muet next year at Nashville and In London, England, In 11)00. There were '23.1HS delegates at the San rVancUeo meeting. Hevs. Grlnslead and Neal, assisted by other young preachers, will begin a meeting this evening at 3 o'clock In a large tent In Hustonvllle. The tent will accommodate about 1,000 eoplo. Kuv. John J. James, a prominent minister and brother of U. S. Marshal James, became suddenly Insane at Henderson. He thinks he has killed two men and that tho olllcers are after him. Dr. McGarvey's lecture on "Mistakes In the Hlblo" does not draw like Ingei-soIon "The Mistakes of Moos." At Lebanon the doctor appeared after advertisement, but tho audience was non est. Tho Kev. M. I Hunt was ordered from the olJlce of the chief of jhIIco by Mr. Hunt Chief Taylor at Louisville. I'h la a sermon a published statement about the jwllco force, which Gen. Taylor denounced as a He. A protracted meeting will commence in thu Haptlst church at I'reachersvllle Sunday next. Pastor K. 13. Mahony will be assisted by Dr. J. H. Uoyett, of Lexington, wjio la a lino preacher and who held a very successful meeting In Stanford two years ugo. Father Tolpcl. of Chattanooga, who forgot his vows, fell In love ami married, Is now doing penanco for tho sin with the monks at Gethsemane. Tho rules are very rigid and ho must endure tho punishment the rest of his Ilfo or until the church sees lit to restore him to the clergy. had rotated Hubble, W. S. Tumey bought a family marc of Taylor House for 355. Old Aunt Anna Wade presented Hayden Grlder with a tine boy Wednesday morning. The supper for tho benotlt of the Christian church hero Tuesday night was a success to the amount of $17. Everybody had plenty to eat and to spare. Dr. Herring and Dr. Hush met In consultation Tuesday and report Mrs. Jos. Hogers etically 111 of consumption. Mrs. Steele Minor, of Louisville, is tho guest of her son, Ed Minor. She and her friends who accompany her, drove through In a carriage In two days. Davo Purdom Is going to Rowland to take charge of a barbershop. We wish him success, as he is a good citizen. Hiram Doolin and family, of Pulaski, aro visiting T. C. Kankln and wife. Everybody has stacked his whoatand will not thresh till tho price- advances, which now seems favorable. Some regret thoy have no granaries to put It in when threshed, to hold It for still better price. Hut this Is no reason why you should soil before you get the best market, as farmers had two crops last year In the same stack yard at tho tiume time and the old crop was In as lino shape as tho new and sold for as much money, 80c per bushel, whllo tho year before It would have only sold for 50c. So this shows wheat can bo kept successfully without largo granaries. Gov. Bradley has refused for tho third time to pardon Dr. W. T. Davis, of Woodford, servlug a life sontence on tho charge of poisoning with Intent to secure llfo Insurance. Convicts evidently do not believe that tho governor's "no" means "no." Kansas City woman condemned to tho rock pile are forced to don skirts that reach only to their knees and tho women clubs of tho city aro raising a racket over this useless exposure of a pretty portion of tho female anatomy. Mrs. Henrietta Korrls, aged U8, died at Baltimore Tuesday. , Mrs. Samuel VanSiekle died at her James Devers, the marshal who athome near Danville, of apoplexy. torn ptcd suicide last week. Is still imE. B. Jackson has been appointed proving. Unless something unforeseen postmaster at Kariston, Laurel county. occurs he will be up again in a week or Tho John Dugau case for tho murder two. of Colson has been venued from Bell to ' Dr. James Riffo, health olllcer of Covington, and his family are visiting Knox county. j Col. Hall had to pay a Corbln man his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. Mr. W. M. Bogle, of New Or8.10 because one of his bears bit a little Rlffe. j leans, Is visiting liis mother, Mrs. Chlce boy on the street. In a light at Middlesboro over a wo- Bogle. Mr. Aus Thompson, the veteran merman, James Stewart fatally stabbed chant and farmer of Casey, lias 10.000 W. S. Thompson and skipped. ing. It was a mistake about the Jellico bushels of blackberries on his farm, 00 stalls have been engaged at millers being destitute. They deny free to all who will pick them. BerAbout our stables for stock from other sec that there is any sulfering among them. ries of an extra quality are being sold tlons that will be put on exhibition for William Tollls, of Lawrenceburg, In our market at 1.1c per water bucket the valuable premiums which are of- died from the effects of laudanum which nnd some sales havu been made at 12 fered and the occasion promises to be a he is supposed to have taken with suici- cents. Fred Miller, the tramp of the N. Y. grander success than was anticipated,' dal intent. j even by Its most ardent projectors. Win. Hay, a penitentiary guard from Police Gazette, en route from to El Paso and return by Dec. 1, A gross Inconsistency Is manifested ' Garrard, got too much liquor and was by some of our best and most Intel!!- -' arrested at Frankfort for Nourishing a on a wager of 81,000, passed through here Saturday at 10 A. M. Ho stayed gent democrats who say that they will pistol on tho streets. about one hour exhibiting his credcn-- 1 Henry Jiles, in jail at Richmond for not support certain candidates because they do not agree with them on some the murder of Joe GallilTc, has confess Issue, or because they fear that they ed to the killing of three other men Inent business men and then left for Somerset. He expects to reach El voted against tho nominees in Novem- and to having four living wives. ber. Such men will surely not bolt the Messrs. Holdum Stuart and J. C. Paso by Sept. 1. Mrs. Helen Huffman has moved Into ticket, when thoy censure others for Stuart, composing the firm of Stuart doing the same thing. This would be Bros., are opening up for business in her beautiful new residence on Danplaying the part of dupes by endorsing their elegant new store on Center ville Ave., , lately completed by the "lightning contractor." The job was thu action of the bolter In casting their street. Corbln News. own votes. There would then be no exFor the first time in its history Mad- accepted without a word, as there had cuse for criticising any ono for voting ison county has a lady school trustee In been much work done that was not In for Palmer and Huckncr, or any one tho jwrson of Miss Laura Clay, who the contract. Dick lias a $0,000 now being built and is figuring was apj)olnted by County Superintenelse. on two others smaller. He builds Already visitors from different sec- dent Million to fill a vacancy. tions of the Suite are gathering in our The Record vouches for the fact that your house while you wult. Rev. W. S. Grlnslead, of your city, beautiful little city to attend our fair. Sam Wllford, living at Paint Lick, Is not being able to secure a church here I the champion Individual mention is iuiosslble and In Kentucky. am contented by giving to them a Ho can eat three dozen eggs a day. Re- In which to hold a revival, has gotten hearty welcome In behalf of our eoplo, cently he ate a gobbler and .'10 a largo tent. He with several assistants will begin a protracted camp meetwho are doing all that can be done to eggs In one day. make their visit pleasant and enjoyTub Advocate says that Hon. John ing hero in his Gospel tentFiiday able. Saxton's famous band will dis- W. Yerkes and Mr. C. C. Bagby, the night. We are sure much good will pense music to enhance the enjoyment young lawyer whoso ability and energy result from this meeting, for certainly in beholding the various attractions. has already given him a high position "tho harvest Is white and ready for the An entertainment will he given at in legal circles, have formed a partner- gleaner." A substantial rcpubllcnn of this loJudge W. E. Walker's handsome sub- ship for tho practice of their profescality was asked what he thoughtabout urban residence on Friday night, In sion. honor of visiting friends. Central University will have a law tho present general situation and conTho meetings of Hov. Geo. O. Barnes department next session with Prof. dition of business. The suggestion are being well attended and the public Win. Chenault at Its head. Dr. J. V. seemed to have touched tho key note Is deeply Interested. Tho trouble with Logan will have charge of political of his Invigorated vitality. He said a few is that they do not attend regu-firl- science and rivlcs and R. W. Miller of "confidentially" that ho believed it Ills sermons seem to dccnd contracts, evidence, equity and eorior-ation- was actually growing worse and that he had lost confidence In the ability of one Uou another, In a way that they must all Imj heard to bo appreciated A conveyance containing tho family tho administration and our Congressand proeiiy understood. Ily taking of Samnel Hicks got beyond his con- man to fulfill their promises ofaneai-l- y return to our former prosperous con medicine one day and omitting It the trol whllo descending Pinnacle Mounsucceeding day, a euro can not be ef tain at Cumberland Gap, and a run dition, under the single gold standard. fected, when a regular treatment is in- away followed !n which his llttlo child He had believed the strong boasts of tended. You iiad better study arith- was dashed out against the rocks and his jmrty of early prosperity, despite tho money scarcity, but that fiame of metic before you begin algebra. The instantly killed. confidence had been entirely extintender plant can not thrive on one day According toa dispatch Dr. F. A. of sunshine and six days of darkness. Taylor and James Aey have been at it guished by tho utter failure of the Attend the meetings regularly and let again. Last July in Casey they shot at great financial managers of the adminthe light fall upon you. each other because of Taylor's alleged istration to fulfill their sacred promisMiss Lillie McClary visited Mrs. G. intimacy with Acy's wife and the other ed He has been a hard worker for his T. Karris this eek. M. K. Elkln was day they tried it again at Mintonvlllc. party for 35 years, but says ho will In our city on Tuesday. Misses Lizzie Taylor fired two shots and Aey six, vote for no party or man not favoring blmctalism and that "there are others" Elkln and Louise Embry, of Louisville, shooting wild of the mark each time. are guests of Miss Honeywood Hull- A letter from Ozurk, Ark., gives the in his party who will not talk but act man. Capt. K. J. White and Mr. D. particulars of tho death of Eugeno in tho same way at the proper time. M. Lackey are on the sick list. Messrs. Kcllcy, notice of which wo have al MATRIMONIAL B. K. Hudson and J. M. Hlgglnbothaiu ready made. He died of congestion of attended Die loltocratic convention at the bowels and kidneys after being ill IS Sterling Brener, S2, and increpid, Louisville on Wednesday. Elder Geo days, aged 40 years. He was married marrrled Miss Elizabeth Lane, 22 and Gowcn will not till his pulpit on Sun twice, first to Miss M. E. Young in 1372, buxom, at Louisville. day, as ho Is taking a vacation. Miss who lived live years and bore him two Frank Glrod, who died at Fairmount, Hackney, of London, is visiting her children, who are still living. His last V. Va., left 112 children, all by one sister, Mrs. Richard Ward. Mlsces wife was Mrs. Mattio Cullip, who is a wife, who is still halo and hearty. Mary and Dovie Letcher, of Cincinnati, daughter of the Into Rev. Elisha Dun-gut, Frank Folger, IS, and Miss Sue aro spending the week with Mrs. Ellen 1(1, eloped from Christian county asof Pulaski, and to her he gave Owsley. Capt. W. .Land A. M. surance of a blissful hereafter. He had to Jotrersonvillc and were married. of Middlesboro, aro here to at- been a member of tho Christian church In two months after the death of lib tend the fair. wife, Padey Powell, of Christian, mar. for 2$ years. While I favor rotation In olllco I ricd Miss Annie Menchum, her sister. Judge Ragun in an address in Nashreal l.u tho folly of retiring a true and Jumes Gorrey, who weighs 134 lbs., tried otllcer after tho expiration of his ville, denied that at tho Hampton was married at St. Louis to Miss Mary lira l term. Such an act is equivalent Roads conference Mr. Lincoln offered Bryan, who tips tho beam at .'140 lbs. to turning out the old family horse and to pay $100,000,000 to the .owners of It was a case of true love. taking up a green horse that will shy, slaves In tho South, as tho price of Nicholas Credo, a run, kick and demolish everything in peace, and he further denied that Mr. mine owner, comnnttedj-sulcidwhen sight. Safe horses, lika safe olllciuls, Lincoln said to Mr. Stephens or to any his wife, whom ho had paid $20,000 to are at a premium and when your life, one else that If tho Southern commit-sionlcavo him, returned and tried to elTect would write "union" at the top a reconciliation. liberty and property aro likely to be Involved, you had better look well to of a sheet of paper he would allow them John Burgman, of Findlay, O., the man who sits in judgment upon to write whatever they pleased under caught his eloping wifo nnd made her them. This should be done us a matter that word. walk seven miles to the depot. She It is said that Llbby Prison, which then took the train aud went homo of policy. Again, common decency and courtesy, as well as a well estab- was removed from Richmond, Va., to with him. Chicago during tho exposition year and lished custom, demand the Will Taylor, of Montpelier, O., killof a faithful ollleer, at least to a sec- set up as a show, has ceased to be prof- ed himself because at tho wedding his ond term, as an approval or endorse- itable In that form and Is about to bo prospective bride llatly refused to say ment of his olllcial acts. No minor or turned to use as a warehouse, the "yes" to tho questions tho minister It served before It was used to propounded. personal consideration should interfere to prevent tills course. These state- hold Federal prisoners. It is thought at Corbln that James Tho father of Dr. Richmond Corn Ford, of that place, who married a Miss of Judge ments suggest the M. C. Saulley and Hon. J. S. Owsley, wall, of St. Louis, has published a Rains a few years ago, and got a diJr. Their olllcial acts and peculiar fit- statement that thu doctor, who is vorce, has run olT with her. Both had ness for the olllces which they seok, to- under a $10,000 bond for killing his married again. gether with their superior qualifica- brother, also murdered his mother a Sinco tho present State librarian got tions and undoubted integrity aro short while before slaying his brother. a husband by going to Frankfort, canknown throughout tho district and they .Whllo other cities ure fearing a coal didates for that otlico aro springing up are worthy of the united support of the famine in consequence of tho miners' all over the State. Miss Nancl Lee democratic party and all other good strike, Louisvillo has an abundant sup- Neal, of Anderson, being tho latest to citizens, who desire a fair and impar ply aud is shipping coal to Northern announce. cities. Should no moro bo received tho tial administration of justice. A Now York millionaire has just supply is sufficient till November. bought for his daughter an English Miss Grace Stevenson, a Boston heir An exchange bursts' forth In song as Duke, for which ho paid only $10,000,-00ess, who left homo a few mouths ago on follows: "The shirt waist girl, with In McKinley times of prosperity account of domestic troubles, was lo tho n curl, and tho straw hat a duko ought to command a few dollars cated in Lexington by a reporter for wired and queer, now walks tho streets moro than that. Tho Louisville Dispatch. with a" smile that's sweet, and her J. N. Daniel shipped ono bale of tho Neul Hammond, of Rltchio county, neektlo under her ear." , W. Va., has lost his mind as tho result The Spencerlan Busluess Collego of now crop of cotton from Williamsburg, of tho excitement attendant to the ini Louisville has filed application to re- Ga., July 14th. It weighed 503 pounds tiatory oxorclses of a secret order duce Its capital stock from $100,000 to and was tho first bale shipped from that State this season. which he joined. $5,000. ' NKXT SESSION WII.I, MEOIN SEPT. . ?omc cIi:iiik"s will tlion Ih m(uli In tho work of thf tf.'iclifrs so as to secure u greater eftlelenrv In all department. MIsh Martin will bo principal of tho Primary anil Preparatory Departments and will glvo .pedal attention to tho smaller pupils. Mhi Harris will glvu In Art. Klnrittlun. Physical Culture, Hand Drawing, and will teach claws In Heading and History. Miss Uowun will continue to glvo lessons In Instrumental and Vocal Music nnd In Volco Culture. Dr. Hielton and Mrs. Saulley will have charge of clnsses In tho Colleglato Department. Tor further Information calf on Mrs. Saulley at tho College or write to her for Catalogue. State College of Kentucky. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, Oilers Instruction In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, . I ofclentlllc Study, vU: Mathematical, Hlologlcal and Chemical, Classics and Pedagogy, ht three lines New-Yor- k each of which leads to a degree. Twenty-EigProfessors and Assistants. Laloratorlcs and Museums large aud well equipped. County Hpjioltitecs receive Tree Tuition, Matriculation. Fuel and Lights and Koom Went. Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain tho full collegiate year. Hoard In dormitories $2.23 per week. In private families S2.50 to S3. Hoard, uniform, books anil washing need not exceed $120 per year. Kail Term Ileglns Second Thursday In September. Preliminary Examinations first Monday In September. Tor catalogues and other Information apply to JflMES K. PflTTEftSON, Ph. O-- , L. L. f).Prcs. A Word To You. Having considered the question from almost every standpoint, wc have decided to adopt tho THE CASH SYSTEM, Hcgluulng July 1. 1SUT. believing that It will bo morn satisfactory to both buyer and seller. No bad debts will accumulate, consequently wo can sell goods cheaper. It will take much less capital, our expenses will be less and thero Is every reason why tho cash system will prove satisfactory. We only ask you to try It awhile and If you find It Is not to your advantage, we will not kick on your buying from merchants who sell on credit. Wo are satisfied wo can sell you goods from 10 to 23 per cent, cheaper than tho credit men and till Very truly, should certainly bo an Inducement to you. eon-tra- ct egg-eat- er soft-boile- d FARRIS St HARDIN, Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, -- Oats and- - Feed of Every Sort Always on Hand at y. s. THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. Car-Loa- d Orders at SpecinI Prices. J. H. BAUGHMAN. QUGGO & ville, Tenn , tickets from St CO. (KG$(Gm n, Gar-net- Kin-nair- d, During the Tennessee Centennial ami International Exposition at Sank' a low rate special tariff irn been established for the sale of Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen it Crescent, lloute. Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at 4.55 one way or ft.00 round trip from Junction City, the round trip tickets being good seven days to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at $7.30 and at $9 03 for the round trip. These rates enable the public to visit Xashville and other Southern points at rates never before oj'ered. Votibuled traini of the finest class are at the. disposal of the passenger, affording a mot pleasant trip, and enabling one in and to visit the vry interesting scenery and important about ChnttaiMga, Lokout Mountain and Chickamauyi National Military Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit the Centennial can be purchased at Chattanooga foa $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket via the Q. it C. Jlowte South or write to battle-groun- JAMES JiO V, Agt. Junction City, or II'. C. JirXEAIiSOX, G. I A. Cincinnati. ' multi-millionai- re or A.C.SIHBJ CEILING, METAL ROOFING. SIDING, FLO ORING 2fttSfc iSs rJ , J ( STANFORD, KT. S A , FINISH. TKS aUiS-QEtAS- S put-po- se Farm and Yard Fence. HERO HODS, Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey SED a A t , i My breeders were selected from the herdi ot of tbU famous breed of swine In several States A spleudld lot of pigiof dlttereut ages fur wle. 1 1 red sows a siH.'CiaiiT. saiiMAcuuiiKuvrauieeu. uorrea- Address Kndeuco Kiltcilc if . i R. H. BRONAUGH, h Orchard, Ky. n GEORGE H. M'KIMEY. CRITTENDEN SPRINGS MAKION', CRITTENDEN CO.. KV 0. Pension & Claim Agent, Box 44, lias hud 12 friz-Iro- Stanford, Ky. A Delightful Mu-.lo- Depa tmonts lu Washington City. yeara's pructlco before all the 9 Summer u. Resort. Splen11 Table l'lrt-Cldid For Terms, write to your Idemj tbejr mj bring you wealtb. CO.. Patent Attor. Wr.f JOHN WKDDEimURM for their M7. WMhlnf ton, D. C UtmUou !.& Priio oner TMUIOIAN COOK, Pitous.. Marlon, Ky nanted. iwtUitat twpuAdrd : Wanted-- An Idea Ss Cloo to Ilnllroail; Double Dally Mull; S mimi ffafi 1 ' iijp election of the nominee of today's convention would bo no stranger THE INTERIOR JOURNAL thnn tho defeat of Hardin two years nsro or than McKinlcy's capture of of Kentucky's elec Stanford. Ky.. July 16, 1897 toral vote last November, quoths tho Louisville Times In a moment of assumed enthusiasm. Nay, nay, you arch W. P. WALTON. boltocrat; you may fool all tho people some of tho time and some of the peoDEMOCRATIC TICKET. ple all tho time, but you cant fool all of SHACKELFORD the people all tho time and they will Fo Ap'late Cl'k, S. . show you that your man does now nnd " Circuit Judge, M C.SAUFLEY. " ComHth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. will hereafter stand no more show than a snow ball does In hades. " Representative, - .V. '. NORTH. THE - twelve-thirteent- IN CONVENTION. A man hadlcappcd by tho of Sims presided over tho temporarily, convention bolocratlc while the Hon. John G. Carlisle, of New York, held tho concern down in its permanent shape. Judge R. P. JaBOLTOCRATS ploblan-patronymlc man In Kentucky to find If anybody is hunting satisfaction. For many years being responsible for a uowspajwr has been his trade, and showing up hypocrites, exposing counterfeits, and tho homely sport of "busting bladders" have been his favorite diversions. MIDSUMMER " County Judge, " " " ' County Clerk, Count) Attorney, Circuit Clerk, Sheriff", Jailer, Atffttor, " Coroner, Supt. Schools, I .1 J. K. could only namo Hendrlck, of the first district, who Is still sore over the way he was thrown down by his constituents for WheelThe boltocratie convention at Lou- er last year. But even this solitary isville was a sllmly attended alTuir, ex- Individual over whom so much has and cept by Louisville people, who went out been made by the Courier-Journof curiosity. The majority of those Times did not have the gall to attend who took part are men whose political the convention. prestigo is only in the past and who A MOMENT later Col. W. C. P. Breckhave no futuro in that line. Many of men of intellect, however, inridge entered the hall. No sooner them arc but each had a grievance- for being was his white head recognized than turned down from their high place as the assembled delegates broke loose leaders and prefer to dwell in the tents with tremendrous cheering, says a of wickedness to being a door keeper Times report of the boltocratie convenin the house of the regular democracy. tion. This certainly can not bo the There was absolutely no reason or ex- same Billy Breckinridge that tho cuse for this little convention, except Tines used to borate so viciously. that the "generals" appear to want to Things certainly have changed since get the factions of the party wider the death of Elizabeth, when the pure apart and put more republicans in and godly can take the man to their bosom so fondly, who but a short time otllce. There is no question of the Times' ago found none so lowly as to do him statement that it was an aggregation of honor. brains, for there were some massive inWhile some of us voted for McKintellects in the gathering, but their ley at the last election, say the Barren owners arc using them for a poor purpose. They betrayed the party last county boltocrats In their resolutions, year and got suckers to vote for their preferring the lesser of the two evils, decoy ticket, made up of those political nevertheless we still adhere to the back numbers, Palmer and Buckner, principles of Joffersonian democracy, while most of them went squara over as supported by Jackson. They look to the enemy. The same trick can not at beautiful way to show their love of sure. A vote bo worked again. Honest democrats those principles, to be and wont bo for McKinley was a vote for everything are onsto their racket caught by chaff any more. They will that democracy opposed, and can be for only In sackcloth and ashes vote the straight democratic ticket, before the voter Is fit to sit at a demowhich scorns to even consider a fufiion, with their hated enemy, the republican cratic table again. party. Buckner, Carlisle, Lindsay and Hon. R. C. Ford, of Middlesboro, It Watterson, were once a big quartet, Is said, will try for the democratic nombut they no longer wield the influence ination for Suite treasurer again. He they once did and they may congregate, has superior qualifications for the oforate and try to dictate from now till fice, is a most deserving democrat, and doomsday, but the rank and file will made a great race for the office before. heed them not. They promised them The people wanted a change In party bread, if they would help to defeat Bry- administrations, however, that year an. They gave them a stone after Bry- and they got It like the old woman kept an was defeated and for better times tavern in Texas, so Ford and the rest under McKinley they get harder luck of tho democratic ticket went down. and higher taxes. They can not fool even fools but once and Kentucky demA GLANCE at tho last Richmond Cliocrats will show them a thing or two max Is sufficient to make the editor of next-timthat they have never learned this paper think ho is 6ome pumpkins, in their philosophy. if he hadn't long ago discovered that he was a vegetable of another variety. Editok KoiiEKTS, who has landed a Bro. Woods overwhelms us with evia fat ofllco, takes occasion to print sev- dences of his admiration and esteem eral columns of stuff to show that Sen- but we thank him all the same very ator Deboe is doing as well as any man sincerely and assure him of our heartcould do under the circumstances, felt reciprocation. while Editor Forrester, of the Frankin expatiating fort Capital, says: ''If Kentucky, inThe Courier-Journato Washington, on the character of the "generals" stead of sending-Debobarrel of salt who are willing to serve In the ranks had shipped a pork with a proxy addressed to Mark for the sake of. the cause, forgets that H&nna, tacked on tho head! she would that is all the "generals" can do at bo quite as well represented In the U. present. It is simply making a virtue S. Senate as she Is at present." Doctors out of a necessity. It is that or nothhave disagreed In all ages, but these ing. The holding of office and acting widely divergent views of editors In as leaders has become a lost art with tho same party, discussing the first re- them. publican Senator that that party ever Paragraphers are having much had in Kentucky, show that it makes a fun out of tho fact that the prohibition great deal of difference how a man candidate In Pennsylvania Is named looks at a thing and whether he is an Swallov,though tho reason of their levin or an out. But that the Frankfort man ity Is not apparent. Mr. Swallow has properly diagnosed the case there doesn't have to swallow whisky unless is little doubt. Leastwise he wants to and one swallow would no of tho people of Kentucky are satisfied more make a drnnk than It would a that Deboe is the worst accident that summer. ever befel the State. devoted several The Courier-JournA LOT of impatient and aspiring pages yesterday to exploiting Its conyoung fellows got Gov. McCreary to vention and tickling little fellows by consent to retire from the field he had publishing Interviews with them. But labored In for years and to which his the J. can't fool anybody any more. constituents delighted to send him. Its word is not taken at the same value The result was that tho district was not once placed upon it. only lost to the democrats, but was won by an ignorant individual, who hasn't The republican papers aro tickling an idea above betting up a political the boltocrats and calling them tho skin game and getting his henchmen bully boys with the glass eye. They Gov. Mc- know that the whole lay out is playing appointed to Creary can redeem the district and is into their hnnds. Even Gov. Bradley, probably tho only man who can, yet the dispatches assure us, has only kind short horses are bobbing up to confuse words for them. 'matters and possibly prevent tho govOne thing can be said for the boltoernor from running again. These men cratie convention. It opposed fusion should think a little. It is nattering, thereby showing doubtless, to their vanity to bo talked with tho republicans, that If some of the delegates were lost of for Congress, but what we want to all sense of shame, the majority of do next time, is to nominate and elect to them were not. a man who can win. That man Is Gov. James Bennett McCreary, and hero's Mr. Cleveland Is slacking up In hoping that ho will &ce his way clear to his duty. If ho sent any communicarespond to tho people's call again. tion to the" boltocratie convention It miscarried like Mi. Watteroou's celeIt did not tako much of a Bomersault brated letter to David B. Hill. for old man Dana to land in tho republican party. Ho was nevor sound on Auditor Stone says that bank stock o must bo assessed at its book value inthe tariff and being a democrat for only has not been probably since stead of its selling value, which Is antho New York World and the Journal other dig at tho institutions, which promise to be taxed to death. have put tho light out of his Sun. al at-ton- ed e LYNX. G0. COOPER. HARVEY HELM. J. F. HOLDAM. SAML. M. OWEXS GEO. 11'. DEUORD. C. G. BAKER. WM. LANDGRAF. GARLAND 3IXGLETOX . B. i. IN answer to a categorical question of ltd statement that "a large number of party men who acted with the last year have scon the error of their way and returned to the fold of cs true democracy," the Louisville Times l, e 2f0-poun- d nine-tent- hs al C-- Eighth district on the committees, Presly Martin, uged '2.t years, comwhile that perennial old fraud, Yoder mitted suicide at Allegree, this State. Ponyard, was tickled with the honor Forty people were killed and (10 Inof being jured in a railroad wreck In Denmark. Sims spoke, Carlisle spoke, Lindsay The nrleo of coal has Increased l.'O spoke, Watterson spoke, Billy Breck- per cent, at Pittsburg since tho strike inridge spoke, Carroll also spoke, and began. who could get every other An Illinois farmer was compelled to In a word, spoke. It was a speaking pay $12,000 damages for betraying a concern from beginning to end. But woman. one or two of the short horses menEight tramps stealing rides on a train tioned for appellate clerk was put in wero killed In a wreck near Dos nomination, and ho was withdrawn Moines, la. to make that of J. R. Hlndman, of Miss Rene Williams was criminally Adair, unanimous. He was a Federal assaulted and murdered near West soldier and was put In nomination by Point, Tenn. Gen. Buckner, a. Confederate soldier, There were burled at Ripley, O., in but this stage play will avail nothing, two days four people whoso ages ran except to make democrats sorry they from SI to 101. ever voted for either and moro deterNegrocs,at Savannah, Ga., caught a mined to elect Shackelford. drunken sailor and emasculated him the Indianap- out of pure deviltry. The platform olis declarations, by endorsing a tariff According to the State school consiiH for revenue only, tho gold standard there are 720.7S2 pupils, Louisville beand tho civil service law. It denounces ing credited with 82,011. the free and unlimited coinage of sil- - The body of a woman hacked to vcr as dangerous to public welfare and pieces, has been found buried in a bar- private interests, endorses the admin- - r(Ji jn Brooks county, Ga. crazy woman created considerable istrations of Cleveland and Carlisle j and denounces all forms of lawlessness, .excitement In a Chattanooga church by including turnpike and other mobs. It calling the minister a liar. only took the convention one afternoon j a great "Flying Dutchman" soveral and evening to get through with Its hundred feet high will be one of tho features of tho Omaha exposition. cut and dried program. Henry Watterson, C. J. Helm, W. C. The State luspoctor finds that Court' P. Breckinridge and Wm. Lindsay ty clerk Wilson, of Kenton, is SS.OCO wero the members of the committee on short in his accounts with tho State. Four men in Montgomery county, resolutions from tho Tenn., suspected of petty thieving, POLITICS were llogged by a band of regulators. Portsmouth, O., has a base ball team T. M. Thatcher, of Somerset, Is an composed of 10 Dodd brothers whoso applicant for assistant mine inspector. ' ages run from IT to .'W. It Is a crack The Louisville Dispatch says all the team. generals were there, except "General j Tin eo men have been hold to answer Prosperity. at Birmingham for the alleged lynchJoe Blackburn atd his nephew. J. ing of a Negro who was found dead In W. Blackburn, have formed a law part- a gulch. nership In Washington. The C. & O. carried lo0 jwoplo from Col. J. L. Crawford, of Kentucky, Cincinnati to Atlantic City on lus c.- was elected president of tho National cursion, and the C. II. & D. took 000 to League of republican clubs. Niagara Falls. Tho colored democrats of Ohio held The M. V. Monarch Whisky Compa a conference in Cincinnati and decided ny assignment is a big one. The lia- to hold a State convention. Ibllitiesaro $liV.),((17.1l and tho assets Through the influence of Judge Cul- but S45,:i 19.1)7. berson, ol Texas, Nat Crutchlield, tho A fakir is making money in Ohio by Louisville democrat, gets a$l,S00 job exhibiting the corpses of Southern Neat Washington. groes, who he claims were lynched for Shelby county republicans Instructed various offenses. delegates to their State convention Confederate veterans hac been against a fusion candidate for clerk of a general invitation to attend the court of appeals. the unvaillng of the John A. Loan Provided Gov. McCreary does not an- - monument In Chicago, July 22. nounce, fudge John C. Chcnault, of t a picnic in Butler county, this Richmond, says he is a candidate for suite, four ieoplo were shot, moro or Congress in this district. less seriously, and one was disembowThe tariff bill conferees find them- eled with a knife in a general fight. selves farther apart than at tho beginA somnambulist at Uhrichsvllle, O., Sugar and walked seven miles In a drenching rain ning of tho conference. wool are still the particular snags. and only awoke when he fell over a In Hunter's own county of Cumber- large rock and skinned his shins. The Ohio Valley railroad was sold at land .10 candidates arc contesting for the republican nominations, one of Henderson Wednesday for tho upset them a Negro, who wants to bo jailer. price of $1,050,000. The Central Trust Marshal James appointed Geo. W. Co., of Now York, was tho purchaser. Tho fire loss of tho United States and Drake, a good democrat, to be one of on account of his bravery Canada for the first six months of this his deputies, , against S(l.'l,lJ0,- -' and faithfulness to his duties, and tho 'year was Jo7,OIO,-150;"0 for the corresjwndlng period last mountain republicans arc kicking like year. jackasses. There arc In the II ve banks of Chrisa conIt Is said that lightning struck Georgia and liberated 50 tian county $oi)7,000 In deposits subject vict camp in criminals ut once. Kentucky's lieu to check. There Is plenty of money in tenant governor will have to spit on the country if the owners would just let ,,.., ,1j !i,w1 V.t fifilirire- - it out. nIllOUIitiua ...... tiv - mmin. v.j it. Thomas Rose, son of Levi P. Rose, town Times. decid- attempted to jump an L. it N. train at It is said that Gov. Taylor has ed to appoint Congressman Benton Mc- Gallatin, Tenn., and was jerked under Millan, U. S. Senator, to fill the va- the rear coach and run over and killed cancy caused by the death of Senator instantly. Eight gas wells were sot on fire by Harris and will enter the field himself lightning near Muncle, Ind., and U0,- tn Miccnc.il Bate. ,i iinnnn. Mn.. nhin. tho moth- - 000,000 cubic feet of tho gas; will bo c'nf n",.cldcnt.s. has eclinscd her own wuflteil daily until tho llames aro ex record by giving the nation "Siamese tinguished. twin" presidents, having two souls with but a single thought and two hearts that beat as one. Loulsvillo vice-presiden- phenson on organization, J. dleton on credentials represented tho Ad Mid cobs on resolutions, Llttlo Billy Ste- Frankfort Capital. Bargain Too : News Briefly Told Sale! t. Our iiiMminuncr Ilnrgnin Sale is to begin Friday nnd our prices will uicecil anything you have ever heard of before Wo propose to nnke this a record brcnkini; event and mvileping reductions will bo found ovor our entire housu We have in boiuo departments son-of-a-g- Jlaeh Stoek, And that with llio fnct that our nttention will soon bo called to Fall purchases, although yet at a dlstnnco, wo must reduce it and in thin (.ale the rich and poor can profit alike. Wo are fuM of Hargains. so don't miss It and see that your irieiuU Head our list and see if thero is anything you want. Men s suits f 2 r0 up. Men's odd coats and vests $1 2f to 15 Men's washable vests. Mon's Summer (.'oats in all sizes; men' underwear, men's neckwear, men s hosiery, men n handkerrhiefi. men' white and nog Ige shirts, men's crash suits and boys' belts; boy" knee pant suits boys' long pants suit, boys washablo suits, men a and boys' straw and fur lints in all sizes and prices. . Ladies' Department. Ladies' shirt waists, skirts, neckwear, hotlory, undent ear, corsets, glovo", handkerchiefs, parnsols in nil the latest style handle, neck and hair ribbon-- , t,H9h ribbons. Ah a result of tho extensive demand for lawns ami organdies wo have just received a new line. State-at-larg- e. t SHOES A. UltHASSKY A CO , m Children', misses' ladies' shoes and Jox funis in nil styles, colors and prices. .Men's and boys' shoes and low cuts will lc in this sale alo. Come to mi us, one and all, it will pay you in tho long run. . I THE LOUISVILLE STORE. pRoraiKroiui. T. D. HANKY, Manager. ed Carpets, Picture, Frames, Bed Room Suites, Dining Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Lace Curtains, Portierres, Curtain Poles. W. IV. WITHERS. STANFORD. Branch Store sit. Furniture, Wall Paper, Iron Beds, ILustoimllc, II. K. Camnit., Maunder. SPECTACLES I TO PCN ' .- .- SUIT EVERY EYE. HCCURHTE FIT GUHRHNTEGD. ! FOR carefully. m post-otfice- s. Tho llrm of Krcd k Lamly, the Gilberts Creek millers, has dissolved, Mr. I.iiiuly restripe. tiring. Wo have settled up our IhiMiiossiuhI David ho no longer has nu Interest In It, nor has ho It is announced that right to mako either trades or collections B. Hill will probably run for Congress for tho (inn. I will contluuo tho milling next year. W. G. Manning, of Alba- business at tho old stand whero I hope to wait and 1113' old eustomeis ny, is authority for th'i statement, and ones. onSatisfaction iriiiiraiiteed man) now 10 MOKKIS l'HKD, Gllheits Creek, Ky. says: "Those who know the or Kontucky republicans In Washing- s oiaio win ton sav tnat the be heard from on the civil service question next month. In the coming convention they propose to put through a resolution denouncing fhe present law and calling for Its repeal and tho Institution of a spoils system of tho old uiue-uras- Post. sale:. rcii-oiH- Iiysqgigyiiigia unDGKCMinG MY CRAIG66 HOCKER. i stock of Mlllln- einlinierwr Everything INunllv Curried. store-rooiwen located nun rout MISSM. H. LOGAN, bio. Terms easy. 4(Mt cot Huston vlllo, Ky, A wcll-M'lect- J J. C. M'CLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se notice:. yj Square, Stanford, Ky tii-tRNi- r la to re-ent- er Intimately realize how keen ho public life. If elected to nt Congress his Idea Is to be chosen speaker, which will again mako him a prom-neNrAtt Ciiah OiiciiAitD. Ky., figure In the oyes of the Nation. "Will bo Open to Guests from Deboe Is talking about holding peoto Sept. 15. of the ple responsible for what thoy arc saye ing or doing. Tho Hon. W. J. AtMre-vTerms moderate. It. A. Ciik.naui.t, reports him as saying that "BradCrab Orchard, Ky. Green Ilrlur Springs, ley has never had a man to fight Ho wont have this one to fight hefore; that Is not where Bradley usSince "Quinine Jim" McKcnzlo has Under the now management of Wil-le- tt ually applies his brogan. Mr. Wilmoro & Brown tho Marlon Falcon is says that Deboe threatens to "mako Muko healthy pork. Vour stomach, If not jo'ned tho boltocrats, there are demovour that you crats ivho aro crying now because thoy coining golden opinions. Its editorial war on everybody who had anything to llnus'conscience, demandspreventive feed Dr. Hog Remedy as a of print- page fairly corruscates owith good do with Franks' defeat." Well, well cried when tho Louisville Times and pork producer. Kor salo by TANNEK im03., McKlnnoy, Ky. things. The editor of the Capital Is tho easiest ed tho story that he had gone dead Green Briar Springs loth July s Clothing. My stock Is yet full of Gooil Things mid Choice S4irlng P-t- Patterns. Wil-mor- rev-onu- bo-fore- ." Only Healthy Hogs ori?w mtw il iLtf il I! II Ml tUJ " During tho next 00 TTTiTr iO j& j in days. Prices will bo Greatly Iteduced. I SLB will bo11 you A A man's I dls-eiiB- O CHILD'S SUIT FOR 50HCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. AH Wool suit for SI. SO. Como and seo them whether you want to buy or not. "ffTT TTi Jirrf-- 'f I mlii riiji il wWaw" 'MfV''"i'Mi' Tfie INTeRIOR JQyRNftt. SUPPLEMENT, JULY 10, 1897 FACULTY. A 3 4ADISON INSTITUTE. ) 1 FACULTY. Continued. LI CI? LLOVD, SIGNOR D'ANNA, Voice Culture. I'riiiPi'i n!. ELIZABETH KEITH KORD, l)nn!litniB' utiliPRp, cinrlnntiil Hn'reiMiy, Llilontsi) University. Natural Sr:me. I3ELLE McLEOD LEWIS, 'locution mid Physical Culture. l'imio. CARRIE LANE KICCS, ith. K'trllmm ( iillpgo.) French nml (reroinn. II , SUSAN BALDWIN WALKER, MABBL KAI'HKRINK !'h. tl., I'orii.M Vni Ioi. n ntnl UNtor-jr-. Mm hi inn HOWELL, ori!j) BELLE McLEOD LEW, IS, I'.niio. o KSfcUM2adMiiiiiMiMMMMMwBPiBBBBMBMMBMHWBBg7AJ'-B- MARY A. KORD, lie. Violin. MtiiHloI.il, Onittir, Hmtju. l mahijl ill 1. w iiitma::, Lid-ru- ELEANOR MARTIN, An Department. Hmlth Collrer.) t tin.-- , Phikieaphy. Knglih language ami STELLA H. MORTON, STELLA li. MORTON, RICHMOND, KY tsrtm MISS ALICE LLOYD PRINCIPAL Mto n ( , l'oiiniutiih!t, ( I Hook-Keepin- g, Stenography, Type-Writin- g, linglish (Inunuinr and llUtjury. ) MARY E. MILES, (llrin Mitu r I'ntln.-o.Prepnrotorj Department. ) LUCIA LUTTRELL MINER, ll-s D l llll'l , i I lien I l l. j'li " IllI 1 -- i NANNIE KENNEDY, Primary Department. 1 !" ft course. Kiliiuck) .ii tin cii Free Hand Drawing, 3 imd Kitropetui training, cacti ti i.pecialint. slrtii'ttir nf I i i i i ("in l'ssnti- - in l'.l iciitimi, mid Chum S.ri.tij five ol ehnrgi. College Preparatory Course. Uimnlcr- - limited to forty. Mimie mid Art Department well equipped. Tonus, per year, tlW), including Muie Jiifiiln.il in tin Itliic (trii 1 l... iirli.lii'il ' I '. w . t l . i I ili, ill in ilcin iJi-u'- ill id i. c iim n 1, pit tun i IK--. l I til '(! WJ WI'll Ii a II iful null li.'iilllifill 1 Matron. 11 NANNIE PARK EM I3RY, ' ..,li- To - llou.-rckeupe- r. 1.1 lin "iipplli 1. ADISON INSTITt'TIC is miller the rare and cuntrol of n board of twelve Trustee.-consisting of tht otroiim'Kt and Iks men in Madison county. They arc men enit-iiealike for their position in social, politieal, eilueatioual and business eirele.s. It is M)iielif.iifed to few ieliool- - to liae the guidance and protection of a Ininnl. Mitny their State, and their presence on the Kmi-i- l ought to Ik of them are well known all a guarantee of its e.eellence. J,V nt TKe oer lasfitute Board of Trustees. JOHN DITDI.KY I) HA It IMS. President. S S I' MIKKS. Treasurer. V. It. SMITH. Secretary. .1. K THOMAS I.U.DWIN, JOHN l (iiMH)l.(iK. N It HKVTIIKKAliK. l; Tltlimi.K. ('. .. .SHAIK.Y, K W. .W. WAITS, W. CAI'HUTON, lUI.NVM. 1 (i ti Dl TIIM.KV. l'ltKUITT. I EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I I itl IN It Mill U(. D( DI IIHIlill 1 The grounds consist of fourteen acres, well divided into lawns, tennis courts and gardens. These advantages Is located in Richmond, Kentucky, the county seat of space and location place the minimum of restriction upon the students. Richof the large and wealthy county of Madison. mond is a town of about li.r.oo inhabitants, and is While within a few minutes' walk of churches and the business part of town, It is in the Institute has all the privacy of a country home. noted ior its wealth, culture and refinement. the famous Dine Grass Region of Kentucky, near thu The freedom of outdoor exercise is highly prized by the students and is an foot of the hills of the Cumberland Mountains and has an altitude of five hundred feet above the level of incalculable factor in preserving health. the Ohio river. It is teinarkably heahnful, being free from malaria, and it enjoys on that account an nvi.ible reputation. In winter the climate is ami bracing and conducive to the greatest He nt.il and physical activity; while in the summer tin il vation insures cool nights, so indispensable to Is situated upon a hill overlooking the town. invig-nr.itmg i)l aaison o ns&itubG i m$m I'Milurt and rest. Riibmond is R mi w. iv. which connects Cincinnati with of Kno.wille, Tennessee; it has w.i It is also connected with the tt'in- situated on the Kentucky Central the South six daih tfwm m&M?$S&&iYv& s I 1 1 Cincinnati itiuiii din the Louisville Southern, by the R. N a I. , with two through trains to Louisville each It is vety accessible to all parts of tLi conn I tr i school was founded in IS50, and, with slight ii iption during the war, has been in opi latum It has contributed its quota to tin eilu w. t .t and mothers of our country, and now in wives facilities, is do i ond generation, with increased .; i ttei work for their daughters. In i . i I I n I I UN i'i'ii'" ll. I lUlMNlj 1 SI. COURSE OF STUDY. COl.I.l'MITK IHCI'AUIMKNT t The Rooms No IVrloiU COURSE OF STUDY. CONTlNl'Ll). yr. yr. rJl I'olitieal Uconuny Mental l'hihisophv ..yr. l'2) i CJ) (hi riiii:n I I 1 i:i: M-.- "i miik.I I.AM.r.W.I. pur MOt-1 I IN s( IK..N I IC. ,o. IVrnl .11111)1. K ptr iiik Hiigliidi Latin (Cii'Mirl Kuglish (iraiiiinar Algebra (llnished) Latin It'ii'sar) (iraiimiar - I I IlistoryKirccce Lyr. Anatomy Uome li.yr) J I Algebra (limVlicd) History M.rerrr- yr. Anatomy loiiie'...jr) I I Occupied by students are well lighted, well ventilated, comfortably heated. With a few exceptions the rooms are heated by open grates, thus placing the temperature of each room ti infer control of the occupant. Each room is well and comfortabh furnished. The house is supplied with hot and cold water, bath rooms and closet. There are no third-story Lolc 1 I I "" Moral Philosophy Js y"- - (- -) J 'M Lepie "p yr. Cj) Pnllt'eiil Kci in mv '.j yr. C2) yr. CJ) Moral l'h.li'M.phj Mental Philosophy .. yr. (!') B i?0 M-l- .rl riUST YKAU (Sl'lM'OsKI) AUK VKAKS.) l'lll-"lll.'llt- bed-room- s. KC.I.I1I. No IVrloiN I'll r lllnlu-l- - JO J) vi:.its.) auk (iermaii (1st year) Klements of l.het. and (Vmp -ltl perwi'ik Ciillri:. IVrloit. Ko. itrweek 4 4 4 ) Latin (CVssir) Knu'lish ritnsiiMAX (tiriM'op'Kn I I Latin (t'lecro) iOlcments of lihet. and ('onip yr. I M'diieviil Ilmtur ... ,Ml ,,,ril i yr. j !eoinelry (I'laue) I'liysical (icography MII'IIO.MOHi: I I (Iranmiiir Mgehra (linishod) (5reec( ' UolIu. X.-y- I 4 - H.sti.ry... Anatomy IP!o7xj.tr-IIHKIr- yr. , I . ,,lMopi-.Mdi- .in fi II (ieometry (I'Imiic).. I'liy.sieal (Icigraphy KJ-- 17 Br 4 JO Latin (Cieser) Knglish (iraiiiinar Algebra (linished) (5 recce ., yr. ",stopy- -l Koine )8yr. Anatomy S 4 . 4 V3l9liHKBDIlPalH 20 15-- 10 (sriM'OSKD ARK I VKAK8.) I Latin (Virgil) Klietoric ierman or Kreneli (1st Trigonometry J i it year)-.- .. I , r) Arithmetic l'hysios ,'8 S (lernian (I'd year) lthetorie I'reneh (Ut year) Trigonometry '' Arithmetic 'J IMiysies a i i , vuits.) sueo.vn vi:ak (si'i'i'ogEii auk 4 Latin (Cicero) latin (Cicero) Lie Ulieloric and Ccinpnsition.. 4 Kle. Khetorie and Composition... Media-va- l yr. ) Mediii'val Ayr. ( m.,.,.,. 4 ,,l!,,,,,y ) M.'.dern Modern yr. j yr. f (Ieometry (Plane) (ieometry (Plane) Physical Geography Phjs.cal (icography A 4 4 - S A . 1 A 5 3 20 ! yr. I!utany hi yr yr. Ilutniiy . yr vkakm. r Tlllltl) VKAIt 20 (Sl'ri'OSKO AUK 2 2 3 I 10-- 17 'JO YKAKS.) 4 1st jrxioit (st'i'ponKi) aoi: I 1 17 IS Latin (Horace and Tacitus) .Inn. Literature yr... !heniiritry 'i yr. Uiology iermau or French ('Jd yr.) History (special period) U I ieometry (SolidLli KllXIOIt (iermaii (I.M year) .lun. Literature (Chemistry yr. IWology '.j yr. I'rcnch (L'd year) i History (special period) ) (ieometry (Solid) ' , L1 .jMlftrTTlvk'Smi-MlTfl&-m- PPBjBfirtrt?5'R3ffjM,1B kMlMBIMttiri,TyrrPlltBBB&dfTiff'tBll -s 8 I rHU8BMWKMMMBBiMKS8tf,?ti5'MTir ftyjjttyl-ct- -- m 9flMfeBpHMllBl!R?vHMVi.HHBMHH LOOKING TOWAUD '1 . ii:!l.lMIRHIBfH S i ti y i SWWBWHT History (special period) Sol d (ieometry (optional) .. Khetorie (. hemistry yr. Iiiology yr A A Latin (Virgil) Khetorie (.iernian or Krenoh, yr 4 Trigonometry 2 , ( A nihnietie2 A A Phjsies yr. Hutany FOl'llTII yr VK.VK 5 4 4 I Trigonometry 2 ) ( Arithmetie 2 Physics yr. Hotnny A 17-- 18 r A yr . 5 (M'l'I'OhKU AHE YEA IIS.) I (HI'I'I'DHKI) . I A(5K 18-- 10 VHAUS.) . IIC TOWN. Senior Literature 112 yr. ) i Art History la yr. or French (2d year) ionium French i 'l Kng. Lit. (.Id 4 (Jeology yr. Art Hist. year) yr yr. Ast. ;. yr... I 4 I ) J is ri Astroiiomv ;s , i . .... II : ........ ..f IT Civil (lovernment ). yr. i 1 Cieolugy y History or the U. S. XA yr. Oivil (lovenunent )$ yr. "' ONLY the courses of study in the College Department are here given. The school lias excellent and well equipped Primary and Preparatory Departments, with strong, fundamental courses of study, that fit pupils for the College Departments. Eng. Lit. yr. Art Hist, i yr Junior Literature Geology yr. Astronomy yr l S. llis"t. yr. Civil Gov. yr.. A A Latin, Horace and Tacitus Kng. Literature Sen. Literature (iermaii or French, 2d yr United States History ,-- yr. 2 Political Kconomy i yr. 2 Moral Philosophy J yr. 2 Mental Philosophy yr. 2 A A Logic .;, 4 20 20 .iVl.i wiCWF tfSZ3 ' - t -- - 1 Till IIMI. HA V N. l.it .ff 11 m 13 Department of English Language and Literature. fffffffffffffffffffffffffH 1' ? llfcMB nEffffffffM ; 1- a xBt1kjffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffVffffffffffffffftffHfHK)nl)L b ffHSVffffffffffffflfffffffffffffffffffulffffffffffffWMflBfHHt'r.y' TlffffffflffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffftflllflfC) -- 'ifltttrB wWPfxfB FIRST YEAR. English Grammar (Motcalf's), Wonl Analysis (Swinton), Reading Irani Luy lish niul Anieiican classics. fffffffffffffffffffP !lfffffffffB A WK " Iv" Jl -- i HK2B&9iHBK2fffiife L VBBVBC2A.aVBVJlBBBVBVBVBBsBBVBVBBBr7vBBl yC BffffftfffffffffffffY flfffffflffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflffffffffffffffffffffffffffffflM! M'T-'9fffIffffffffffffV ' f'BBHi FOURTH YEAR. History of English and American Literature with reading and study of Scott's Woodstock, George Eliot's Silas Marner, Scott's Marinion, with typical selections from English Prose. " ;. '' .111H,;y .11111111111111111111111111111111: 7 BPsplal I (1 B fffffffffffffffffff - SECOND YEAR. Elements of Rhetoric and Coniposiiion (Chittenden), Study of Snonnis, Read ng ami Study of De Foe's History of tho Plague in London, Long fol low's Evangeline, Irving's Talus of a Traveler, Hawthorne's Twice Told Talcs. I .FIFTH YEAR. History of the English Language with reading and study of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, Mid summer Night's Dream, Milton's L'Allegro, II Pensorosco Coinus ami Lycidas. ENGLISH COMPOSITION. Throughout the English course especial attention will be given to wiiting. Tho .tge calls upon one to do as well as to know. Students will (after the study of tho best models) be required to write frequently, and their productions will be carefully criticised. J vBttlJ ObIHi bbbbBI ' It -- " BBPT'BFBBBBBBtSyggBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfBBBBBin THIRD YEAR. Rhetoric and Composition, with reading and study of il Essays on Milton, Webster's First Bunker Burke's Anieiican orations (selected), Goldsmith's tion, 1 1 1 Ma-cauh- OraDo- st rted Village. A STUDENTS ROCV. Department of Modern Languages. Department of Latin Lantfuafe. GERMAX COURSE. FIKST YKAK. SECOND YEAi:. Bernhart's Sprachbuch,' Immenssee Grammar tiy Storm, Im Zwielicht by J3aumbach, Conversation and throughout the yepr. Joynes-Meissner, sight-reatfhi- g Grammar (finished), Chardenal. Rapid Reading Nineteenth Century prose. Dictation, Conipc sition and Conversation. in Froirch. Revjew of Graninfar Text-book FIKST YEA II. Jones' First Lessons, Allen and Cue-enough'- s Grammar. SECOND YEAR. TIIIKD YKAK. SECOND YEAH. Grammar and Composition. Joynes-Meissne- r, Rapid Reading, Dictation, TIIIKD YEA It. ConVersa--tio- n Wilbelm Tell, Schiller, Minna Von Barnholm, Lcssing; Ballads, Gceth, Schiller, Heine, Uhland, Burger, Herder, Review of Grammar, Wenckebach, Schrakamp. FOUKTH YEA It. Marie Stuart, Schiller, Study of Goethe's Faust, Nathan der Weise, Lcssing, History of Literature to be taught by Lectures in German. FRENCH COURSE. FIKST YEA It. Grammar, Chardenal, Oral Exercises Based on Object Lessons, Six Fables of LaFontaine. Mythologie, Sight Reading, Dictation, Conversation and Composition. Classical Literature. History of Literature. Study of Idioms. The time has Coiric when all progressive schools must assign to the study of Modern Language a prominent place. Each j ear brings us into a more intimate relationship with our c neighbors. an"i The libraries of our universities are crowded with German authors, and as translation dois not keep pace with production, we must read them in the original or be cheattd out of a great amount of literary etioyment and sciontiffc knowledge. In fact a student is" not admitted to graduate woik in the higher universities until be has a lair knowledge of Fieiuh lint! Gfiimut. There is no study b tti r filtid to develop the nuniorj, sense of accu-racand delicate discrimination, than that of language. The student is helped to a better und rstandmg of bis own language; to a broadei range of idi as niul xpr ssion; In- - will unde island I i tti r the tincture of the English sentence ami the leal imnnirg of Erghsh words A course has b en selecttd with a mow to thoiough instruction in grammatical forms, translation, lite ratine- .mil come is.ition trans-atlantiv - Cajsar's Gallic Wars, four books, Jones' Composition. TIIIKD YEAK. Cicero, seven orations, Jones' Composition. FOUKTH YEAK. I Virgil, Eneid, six books. FIFTH YEAH. Horace, Odes and Satires, Tacitus' Getiiiania and Agricola. So important is the study of Latin, it has hem given a place ir. each of the llnee ccutsis. 'Ihestudint in lie Mcdein Language Course will ncuirpluh ns ir.uth in l.i r Fundi in two jeais, haurg had twojears woik in Latin, .is d.e wculd nicunplnh in thuc jiars without the Latin. f Wo it quue alio tl.ue er.tscf Latin in tie En glish Couise as a kitwledgo (I Latin aics 10 lately in il.e pu e r undcistandiug of Engltsh. Department of Anatomy and Physiology. TVatural Science. Department of Tnatncmattcs. FIIWT YBAII. FIKST YEAK. I SECOND YEAK. Algebra to Quadratics. 3IJC0NI) YEA It. Botany. TIIIKD YE Alt. Algebra, finished. Til I IN) YEAK. Plnuo Geometry. POUUTII YEAK. Physics, with Experiments. FOUKTH YEAK. Physical Geography. FIFTH YEAK. Plane Trigonoinetry, Higher Arithmetic. FIFTH YEA It. Chemistry and Biology, Study of Typical Forms. SIXTH YEAK. Solid Geometiy. Book-keepin- g Geology and Astronomy. CORNER may bo substituted for Higher Arithmetic. Of READING ROOn. Department of Tke TJible. FIKST YEAK. Department of HistorFIKST YEAK. - FOlKTH YEAK. text-boo- History of Greece with biographical readings, History of Rome to the fall of the Western Empire, Text Myers and Allen. SECOND YEAK. United States Histor), Montgomery's History of the United In addition to the lectures will be given on the of tho Gospels. States. History constitutional development of the United States. Such sodrccs and SECOND YEAK. records as traditions, manuscript papers, relics and relevant literature Qepartrnertf of Philosophy. Emerton's Introduction to the study of the will be placed in the hands of the students that they may be trained to Mediaeval History Mental Philosophy, Moral Philosophy, Logic and Political Econ form for themselves independent and unbiased judgments. omy. Middle ages with collateral reading. This course puts the student in possession of an outline of MedDiplomas. Current Topics. ieval and early modern history to the treaty of Westphalia. Special study is given to the peculiar organizations of the times, the Roman Three courses of studv h.iu- been arranged, Latin Scientific, the For a half hour every evening, a member of the Faculty will meet Modi rn L.mgu.igi .uul the Luglisli Holy Roman Empire, the Guilds, the Commune and the Church, the the students of the Boarding Department in the Library for the dis Win n a MMing I.i1 has i unplitid satist.it turih an om of theFeudal System. cussion of current topics. There can bo no better opportunity offered tj,rt, j,r, S1 n ,1 ,n-,- s, slu will hi gr.mti d tin Dip.oiua it the lnsli Modern History France and England. Text Montgomery. the student than to be brought into contact with the issues ol lift tut Collateral reading with class lectures on the Protestant Reformation, about us. The object of this class is to arouse interest in the French Revolution, the progress of constitutional government in the leading questions of the day, and to enable the stu Europe. dent to look at the present in the light of history. The THIRD YEAR. weekly paper, Public Opinion, which is composed entirel) of clippings from leading papers and ina'ga.ines of the Intensive study of Middle Ages. IflrvxSfffiffffffffwBflfffffffffffffffHffl1 PCtWWt V :; js5vJil LBlllflflflflflflfluBiVffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffl fffffffffffffffffflffffffffffl tr.fffffffk td'fffffffE9fliffffifHifffffffpH9BiffffXi The Third Year (Junior Year) will be devoted to a careful study country, will bo used as a basis of class work. In this wa lff" students are encouraged to use their faculties in inter of the Middle Ages, from the decline of Rome and the dissolution of 'Bfc i4ffHff&iiHfffffffffffffffffffw3l$3iJlfffffffffffff ! itt.M the ancient classical civilization to the attempted reorganization of preting history which is daily in making around them, and while studying of ether ages to keep abreast with their yt!flffVDJiffffffIfSiMffiifffffffffffffffftfffVflflBffffffH narbarian society under Roman forms. The course is to be taught by own. lecture. based upon the following: The pupil's reading will be F'isher's Outlines. Histor of Irt. Decline and Fall. Gibbon's Hodgkin's Italy and her Invaders. The work of arts of other peoples and of other ages as they exist are the most eloquent memorials we Emerton's Introduction to the Middle Ages. possess of the lives and experiences of men in the past. Greene, "The Making of England." If if is worth while for young people to study history at Charles Kingsley, The Roman and the Teuton. all, we cannot alford to confine them to the words of chron Milman's History of Latin Christianity. icier and poet when temples and cathedrals, statues, pict ures have tales to tell of the thoughts and feelings of those Gregory of Tours, History of Franco. of France. peoples and times. Guizot's History The course in history of art is intended to suppleTacitus' Germania. ment in this way the courses in general history. It will be Cresar's Gallic Wars. conducted in class room recitation, and lectures with limeMacauley's Essay on History. light illustration. .Mombert, Cutts and Kitchen. CORNER OP LIBRARY. - Jewish Scriptures. if - c e K. ifffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffB ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffl ('fHfffffffffftntfUffffffffffffffffi BffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffL wEttlBKnKiRi&JR to-da- y 'TUTHi WJW lPJlFif5 GcrlifiGates. WIicmi a yontif lady 1ms completed, in a satisfactory manner the prescribed couise in any one of the first six departments, she may re ceive a certificate. V MUSW VU ak Ui ' and inspire their pupils with its spirit. has had more successful results. No department of the school ClocOtion. Good Elocution is the natural and correct expression of thought. This becomes, therefore, a most important branch of Literary Culture. Fortnightly recitals will he given by the music class at which only We mean by Elocution, not simply ability to recite at school exhipupils, their parents and teachers will be present. These recitals are bitions, but the ability to read distinctly and intelligently in the home-circle- . quite as much a means of instruction as the regular lesson, and no pupil will be excused from attending. So necessary do we deem the proper training of the reading and GctnrjicJates For Acjrnissior). speaking voice, the acquisition of pure tone, clear and distinct enunciPUBLIC RECITALS. ation, eveiy pupil in the school is required to receive instruction in Candidates for admission to Junior or Senior Classes must present this art at least twice a week. The teacher in this department, Mrs. certificates of having satisfactorily completed the studies rcquibitu for Three public recitals will be given, to which the pupils and Faculty Belle McLeoJ Lewis, is possessed of unusual talent, both as a reader will have pleasure in inviting their friends. entrance to these institutions. and as a teacher. RECITALS. READING ROOM AND LIBRARY. GoGrse Preparatory For iigber Colleges. For the henefit of those students who contemplate pursuing their education in higher colleges, a course has l)en arranged which prepares for entrance to these institutions. DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC. PIANO. .Susan Baldwin Wai.kuu. Sir.NOK Uhi.i.K D' A SNA, 1nstkuciok.s not second to that of here as can he found the best conservatowith the music world McLkod Lkwis, The Music Faculty at Madison Institute is any school. As superior instructions may he had anywhere. Our courses are the same as those of The Music Faculty is thoroughly in touch ries This room is provided with encyclopanlias, dictionaries, and other books of reference, all the needed current literature- of- the d.iv.j trililn ..v j ...... chairs, writing material, &c. A large, commodious, room The Art Department will be under the direction of Miss Eleanor is set apart lor tins use. Martin, a lady of wide culture in art and a teacher of large experience. Miss Martin is familiar with the methods used in the highest schools of A thorough knowledge of drawing is requisite for Art in America. the pursuit of any advanced course of art. All students are recomPhysical GCiltGre. mended to give themselves the advantage of this foundation before choosing a more advanced course. A class in Physical Culture will be formed, to which each boarder will be carefully directed in the course indicated by taste will be expected to belong, unless especially excused by the Principal. Talent and preference. We hope to consider art seriously, not as a pastime The object of this class is to give to each part of the body that exeronly, but as a calling worthy of the greatest ambition and enthusiasm. cise which will best tend to its proper development. We must seek to The course will bef'as far as practicable, as follows: maintain good health, if we hope to accomplish any creditable mental work. Drawing from block and cast. Perspective. It will be the daily and constant care of the teacher of Physical Sketching Outdoor and from life. Culture to correct all faults of carriage and position in her pupils. Crayon portraiture. The hollow chests, round shoulders, and awkward walk of many of our Decorative painting in oil and water color. girls call loudly for diligent care in removing these unhealthy and un China decoration. sightly faults. Pastel. well-lighte- d Art r)cpartrr)er)t. Out of Doer fmasemenfs. The lawn is large, affording ample space fer teiiuit cDints, basUi t ball and other forms of r niinisiineiii.iii which our student1-ellg.igwith great zest. out-dooe A Tfticclirv?. Any one who owns a wheel is advise to bring I with her. The drives through the lawn an excellent for wheeling, and as some teacher is easily found who is willing to accompany stu dents, longer excursions may he indulged in. 1 II NN'S l i ISA.SKCI-BAL- L GROUNDS. Number of F3oarers Ln-iled- . NECESSARY ARTICLES. Each boarder is expected to bring with her, in addition to a sufficient quantity of neat and comfortable clothing, a good umbrella, water proof cloak and a pair of overshoes. Students must bring their own towels, napkins and toilet articles, a pair of sheets and pillow cases, and no article of clothing, which is to be washed, will be ailoicett to go to the. laundry unless distinctly marked with the name of the owner. EXPENSES. The college year is divided into two terms of nineteen weeks each. The expenses per term are as (ollows : liontd. Including fuel ntul light.- ami washing one dozen pieces per - The building accommodates fotty student bontdcis after the family and school office is have In en pi o vide d for. To (hose who have had expeiieiice with boarding schools the advantages of a limited number arc very appaient. '1 he objectionable (entities of a boarding school aie thus avoided, and a home life is made possible. We can know our girls better and influence them for good in a way that is impossible where large numbers are congregated. week, paid in advance Tuition in Collegiate Department, paid in advance Tuition in Academic Department, paid in advance $H) 30 '.! CO CO CO vf.i-1n.- rk STT&- - iorr)G Care. of our students receive the most inThe health and home-needtelligent and sympathetic cate. No cfiicct of the school is belter qualified by natuie and attainment lor her duties than is the Ionic mother. Every girl in the school goes to her freely and at all turns exercises with whatever needs she may have, while the I lome-mothfor all that may peitain to the student s diligent and ttnteinitting caie well being in tho home. s 1 '. wanHBBPVH?.HHrjaraiwinKr ..-''I "' H H iiHB MP Hi I . - "r: " , . v. ... Tuition in Intermediate Department (fourth reader grade) Tuition in Primary Department, paid in advance music, piano, with use of instrument, in advance.... Violin, Mandolin, Guitar Vocal musie, two lesions per week, paid in advance Drawing, Pencil orOrayon, paid in advance '. Book-keeping, 'JO (X) 15 (X) !K) (X) '2 SO 00 00 paid in advance Stenography and Typewriting 15 (X) painting, paid in advance 15 00 Kloeution (private lessons) It) 00 Delsarte 10 DO Diploma, paid in adumcc "J of Graduation in any Department Certificate 5yOne hundred and forty dollars, paid in advance, will pay for board, fuel, lights, tuition in Literary Department, and cither vocal or instrumental music for one term. Oil 15 (X 15 (X) " (X) -- SPECIAL RATES. Ministers of any church, engaged in preaching, and teachers engaged in teaching will be allowed a deduction of ton per cent. f)rcss. Simplicity of dress is insisted upon. We expect our students to dress as becomes school girls ; elabotate toilets, jewels, face veils, etc., belong to a period which they have not yet i cached. Eveiy parent should feel it not only a duty but also a piivilege to wirh the Faculty in testtaining extravagance and any tendency upon the part of their daughters to adopt pretnatuiely a style of dress becoming only to mature women. UNIFORM. students will adopt a uniform made of dark-blucloth trimmed with narrow black silk braid. The style of making as well as the material will be uniform. Students should then wait until they come to school to get their uniforms. They can have their dresses made b dressmakers at the Institute at a cost of from four dollars to five dollars. The goods will cost not less than seventy-fiv- e cents per yard, nor more than one dollar. Oxford caps will be worn with the uniform. This costume will be the only one worn outside the premises by any student from the approach o( cool weather in the (all until it gets too warm in the spring. Then the waist of the dress will be substituted by a blue silk waist worn with white collars, cuffs, and belt. The Oxford cap may be relieved by a white sailor. In tho fall of 1807 our e Persons sending two or pupils will be allowed a reduction of ten per cent. ornci-.ix's or EXTRAS. ai i'.hnai- - association. Announcement. The Collegiate year commences Tuesday, September 7, 1S07. The Institute will be open for the reception of students on Saturday, the 1th of September next. Those wishing to secure places for their daughters or wards, are advised to apply early in vacation. Rooms may be engaged by applying to the Principal ; but all engagements will expire on the first day of the session, unless we are directed to hold them at the expense of the party engaging. We earnestly request clay pupils in the College and Preparatory Departments to report on Monday, September i, for classification. Let all who design entering the Institute next session be present, if at all possible, at the first assembling of tho school, Tuesday, September 7, as an absence o( a week or two at that time will be felt seriotiily throughout the session. For further information address, (MISS) ALICE LLOYD, Principal. One dollar a year will be charged for the privilege of the reading room and library. All clothing sent to the laundry above the regular allowance will be charged for at the rate of fifty cents per dozen. A medical fee of S: per year will be charged each pupil in the boarding department. This will entitle her to all remedies usually kept in a home and to the most intelligent and tender-es- t care in any sickness. n i;j Calendar. 1S07. November December September 7 'JU to Jan. 5 Session opens Thanksgiving Christ mas 1S0S. Tuesday. Holiday . Holiday. ; January II January 17 February 12 May L'O First Tcim cr.dr Second Teim hcgiiic' Natiuial oliday ...Monday'.' .Friday. Cuiuiicitmiiriit Dav Sutmdav. .....imlay g;gyMgarjje" SSrSSrr-- S PICTURESQUE A PIGNIGING POINTS. excursions to points of interest. 'e arc within easy reach of Boonesboro. Marble Creek. Estill Springs. lift) Mill. Mnllory Springs. favorite form of recreation with our students is pic-ni- c Migh Bridge and Shakcrtown, Natural Bridge and Torrent, passing through that spot of idyllic beauty -- Indian I'ields. Of course these excursions are accompanied with some little expense, ranging from fifty cents to one dollar and fifty cents. But the good obtained amply repays the cost. They are of incalculable value to students in the Science Department. In no other way can they learn so well Gcoqraphy. Physical Geography. Seology. Botany, Mineralogy, etc. Many of our girls come from parts of the country wholly unlike the localities named, and they learn much on these excursions. Beside from the standpoint of pure, innocent, perfectly healthful, and delightful recreation nothing equals these outdoor parties. Unlike many forms of social diversion these communings with nature arc followed by no bad effects. Spend less on candy. Indigestible eatables, ribbons and spring hats imcl let your daughters have these healthful pleasures that will be a joy and delight as long as thev lune memories. 1 i fv jn b ru mi W - l mmwmasm " m 1. CVkTS .. f U . ... T. CVTT Tfc- - AJMMn 1 ,PAR .A 1 1 ML ERIDGP. KY. II A I IORRI - M. K. e Ieligion. All students of the Institute are required to attend dail morning prayers in the chapel, and all boarders are required to attend public services on Lord's day at the church of the denomination with which they or their parents are identified. All boarders will have an opportunity of attending Sunday-schoo- l in company with a member of the Faculty. Students will be expected to make their weekly contributions at whatever church the Young people can not too early learn that they are vtay attend. not to take something for nothing. Some contribution, however small, just what she would contribute in her home church, will be expected uf each. gul.it d IhmiuWi Ii.im n ,irlitr.ir r quiretnents, and we wish our pupils to It t tli.it vvli.it w- m quire of theni u-Wo in tin- name of tight, and not in the name of school law. wish to cultivate a conscience toward Clod rather than a conscience toward us or any lower power than tin Supreme. No young lady will he asked to do nor refrain from doing anything which does not eitlm lint tit herself or infringe upon r - Discipline. neighbor, therefore love is the fulfilling of the law." This great principle shall he the basis of all our government. There is not a code of morals and manners lor school girls other than that which is observed in every will "Love worketh no ill to his the lights of others. As pupils do not come to us peifect in the knowledge of branches studied in the school louiii, neither do we e.pect them to have made peilect apphcition of the great law: "As you would that men should do unto you, do ye even so unto them " This law must lu applied in n schnul, as it is not necessary to apply it in the family, since the piesence of larger mi in bets ami tin- - purpose which has brought them togethei.give rise to conditions that do not exist in tin family. We shall in all kindness, but with all firmness; seek to guide our pupils into the uns ol light doing. A disposition on the pattof a pupil to he wilfully unmindful o! siw U n uiil.itions as arr found needful lot the general good will I" tin si(,u.ii lot h r withdrawal. HIVi INMIIi II ti.lf I h .' M.M - & tHSP8i8l&A.. & 9PHf OriM iF Ti m wi i J BVHflHBH9K3e5J!3f& i wnr flMfci f h B NATURAL BRIDGE. KY. DOMI! OI' ROCK A I I ' ArfeVUafdlM ORRIW1 . IO .NAll RL liUIDiil. K. Visiting. General visiting will he discouraged. Students desiring to visit must present to the Principal, when asking her permission, written permission of their parents, and she will feel perfectly free to grant or refuse the request as her judgment may direct. The granting of all suen privileges will be largely based on the good conduct of the student who makes the request. Should ever her average in deportment, industry and punctuality no student will be granted for any given quarter fall below ninety-five- , permission to make visits during the succeeding quarter. If, during the quarter the required average is regained, her privilege will be restored. The right of day pupils to entertain boarders in their homes is onditioned upon the same consideration. The friends of students are requested to make their calls, as far as poribIe, on Saturday afternoon or out of school hours. Students will not be dismissed from the recitation room to see except friends or relatives from a distance. Strangers to the Principal, other than near relatives, proposing to calr on students must present letters of introduction from the parent or guardian of the young ladies, and such visitors will be admitted at the oj;vln of the Principal. When our students appear on the street fr any reason, whether atiding church, shopping or for any other purpose, tkey are attended vis-itop, Pgreptgl Go-Operati- on. Important JNoiioe. e, To imKiH'tite the work of education suecesifiilly, tlie teaclicr must Imve tin fullest null heartiest support iiiul of patrons. If the teacher lie not fitted by learning ami experience to carry on the work which lie iiiuler-tiiklie hliould not lie patronized. If, however, the pirrents are bsitiflicil of the teacher's ahility to discharge the responilite duties which lie assume, then they should give him their earnest and heartiest support. Ily so doing, tliey will greatly a'd in the education of their children, and will assist in developing that true respect for law and older which is a uifeguaid to all, and especially to the' young. All charges are payable February ist. these terms. Aro one-hal- Patrons are on entrance, the balance o" n quested to comply strictly with f utl will be received for a sltfrirr time thin to the end of DAIbY PfTOGfTAAAe. truing Hell. : Jo A 7:'X) A M. M. Distrihution of mail and conference with I'riucipal, 7:.'!0 A. M. Morning walk. Sr.XJ . M. Chajiel cereic-- , :.'0 A. JI. Iteei.inioiiN, S:ir 12:.:0. I.iiuelieiii. I'JtM). ireeitiuIi.iM. t '2:20 1. .M. AfieiiHM u ICvercUe, 3:00 the term, during which she mav enter. Pupils entering during the first month of either term will he charged from the beginning of the term ; those- entering later will bu charged from the date of entrance. All pupils entering are regnrded as entered for full session unless it is specified on entiance that it is for half session. No Ki:ilUCIION W'll.l IIP. MAIJK OR AllhKNLT. KXCI. IT IN (.ASKS OP I I'KOIUACIP.I) hlCKNKSS ; NOK IOK W I I IIDUAWAI. IIIJOKi: MC KNI OP I'reparatit.n. tim: i'kk.m, I'repaiiiii(ii. Study hour. 1:C0 I'repnniiii n. Dinner. 5:15 I'. !:00 I'. .M. thi: siaii: uki.kss, op tiii: i.v 'i hi: opi.vion ok iiii: in'siiiuii: piivsilian, a I'unis iikai.iii kcnukks such - couusk ni:ci:s- - 0:130 1'. M. ('urreiu Tuples elas-.- . Study hour, 7:00 !):00. 11. iretiriiighell,:00 l. At. Lights out, 0:30 I'. M. SI'KCIAL DAYS. Young Woman's Christian Association, .'5:00 o'clock ) J Wednesday. Afternoon i(ruUi.a:t5 o'clock .Meeting oi i.nerary n icieiy, ;j:jj i:.w I anil Second Fridays ) xiiii'iiiinjii iMi'iriers, in each montti. Sewing hour 10:00 11 :00 A. N., Satunhiy. Jliuicale, 7 I. 11., Second and Fourth Saturdays. bychaperone. i:ai:hi. sakv. Puni.s WHO AKK WIIIIDKAWN POU ANV OIIIP.R CAUSP. Wll.l. ri: cHAHui.n io tiii: p.no oi- 'iiii: session. All pupils from a distance will be expected to board in the Institution, unless arrangements to the contrary are made with !ic Principal. The wisdom of such a course will commend itself to parents. Special deposits must bo made with- tho Principal for such tra supplies as may be needed during the term. She cannot afford to ndvance money for such supplies. - '- - ". X ""SLT. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., EMERY Ueazley has been qulto sick will go to to-da- for a week. Old clothes made new by Geo. $z Ex-te- ln Higoins J Miss to visit friends. of Louisville, Is with his grand-fatheCol. W. II. Duddorur. Mrs. Jennie Dunn, who lias boon 15. C. Walton, Bi'si.Niisa Manaoi:il very ill, was some bettor last evening. Geohok A. McHohkrts is spending a week with Garrard friends and W.S, I'KKSCKUTJONH uro filled and at right prlcen at Penny's Drug Store. Embry is filling his place in Penny's drug storo. Wf Rev. Den Helm, Mrs. Lottie Holmes and Misses Laura and Madio Helm and PERSONALS. o Florence Deck went over to tho W. O. Shanks Id nick. camp mooting yesterday. Mlts. A. C. Dunn la quite hick. Miss Kate Ulain is going to run Dr. W.M. Shkltox loft for Nashville for school superintendent again on tho yesterday. republican ticket. She has mado a FARM AND TRADE, Mil. J. W. 1'Kltltl.v Is out after a OUR friends In Casey and West Linmost competent and painstaking olllclal wcok'H UlllCHiS. 400 barrels of corn for sale. Dr. and hor party couldn't lienor a more coln will please use the telephone freeGmiiKKT Gkinstiiad Is clerking In Hugh Reid. ly at our expense If they have any worthy lady. thu Louisville Store. No 2 new wheat Is quoted at GTe In thing to communicate of a newsy naLittle Kvkhbtt Kaiii Is very hick ture. Cincinnati. . HOME NEWS, with malarial fever. Free. Chance at an SSu music box, at Carroll Hold's Prosecutor ran second Esq., was sick J. Wakkkn Hockkk, Oakley Tuesday. DANKS llts spectacles scientifically. with overy purchase of Joe worth of several days this week. W. B. Kidd bought 47U export cattle i Cait. K. C. IIocKiilt, of Lebanon Lawns and organdies at reduced jewelryof from our elegant line, or SI in Bourbon at 4 to 4ie. worth other goods. Tanner Bros., prices at W. II. Shanks'. Junction, was here TnoMlny. T. A. Coulter has sold a small lot of MeKinncy. Mil. J. U. IIkuiins and Miss Julia corn at $2 at tho crib. Ice cold Ice cream soda water, pure IligKlns are at Talham Springs. Oklahoma expects to raise .'10,000,000 Had Luck. Mr. J. F. Pettus, of the fruit syrups at John II. Meir's. Miis. Jr.KKr.usoN Mkilsiion, of St. Prcachersvillo section, tells us that he bushels of wheat this year. Louis, is vlsltlne; relatlven here. Fruit Jars, Tin Cans, Gums and Is playing in hnrd lueh, having had a There will bo a race meeting Mils. Martha McAlister has been Tops and Sealing Wax at Warren it valuable mare killed by lightning and at Hawthorne after Harlem closes. uito sick at Crab Orchard Springs. Shanks'. Wanted stock to graze, good grass a number of sheep killed by dogs withr. M. Mcltoiir.RTS, Esq., went to Largest and water. It. L. White, Hubble. in a fow days. assortment of school tabLouisville Tuesday on legal business. Morris Fred, the Gilberts Creek millets, best and cheapest. W. IJ. MeTHE Odd Fellows havo put down a ler, has bought several crops of Miss Hvhv Kick, of Hurglti, Is wheat Kobcrts. much needed pavement in front of the at fwc. thu family of Mrs. Matlle Get in line and buy a Gasoline estov. old Commercial and the Farmers Bank The Herald ostimates that the peach and W. P. Walton will do likewise. crop will bring $75,000 to Owen F. Cook, of Montlcollo, Is vis- Everybody Jiwsk county buying them. Hlgglns & The pavement here generally would fruit raisers. iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Mclvlnney. disgrace oven a hamlet. -. . Cook. .! It. R. Noel & Son sold to Leslie Sta-toA STRONO lino of men's fancy shirts , Mr. J. V. Hui'k.maN, of Lexington, of Whitley county, one of his large Found It. Mr. W. A. Trlbblo found has been thu Ktiost of Mrs. Martha at Shanks'. All sizes, patterns, styles horses for SCO. the $V2 In his underwear which ho adand qualities. l'uxton. vertised as losl in our last issue. In at- . George Woods bought of Win. More Dr. James W. Guest has gone to ewes for S10o and of John The blackberry season Is at hand tempting to put the money in the watch land CO .'15 I took Castle Springs to bo resident at 2c. jKokot of his pantaloons he made a Murphy and the market Is being Howled daily physician. Tip Bruco's Arthur W. showed signs mlscuo and btuck It between tho waist liro per bucket. Mrs. V. ij. Shanks will ontertaln at of lameness at Tlflin, O., and he was of his pantaloons and his underwear. the Economical Club next Tuesday We are In tho cash business to stay shipped back to Danville. from 5 to 7. Try It and you will like it as well as wo The fall of the mercury from 100 to Ben Brush beat The Friar, winner iV In a day or two Is as remarkable as of Miss Pearl Uurnsidk Is thu guest do. Farris Hardin. the Realization Stake, at Brighton of Misses Hosslo and Jennie Hurnslde it is pleasant, even if it is not so good Beach, and won the Brighton HandiAnother examination for white for tho crops. At noon yesterday the cap. in Garrard. l'ROK. L. C. IIosley was here Wed- teachers will be held at tho court- thermometer showed 7o. Local showA $25,000 trotting race house and nesday having Just returned from ers for last afternoon and night and will bo one of the attractions at the Falls. probably fair Friday, is the current New York City track at its fall meetYou can't nllbrd to miss Mr. J. iv. Mount and family, of La-t- l pair of those SI. .10 Oxfords getting a prediction. ing. for f0o at range, are vlcltlng her father, Mr. J. Fruit men of St. Paul call this the A LARGE barn on Mrs. LuclndaTrlb-blo'- s Severance A; Son's, sl.es I to 1. M. MeKobcrts. banner year for berries. They have Mrs. Thomas DfNN and Miss Ella AN exiHjrlenced teacher Is wanted to early farm on tho Danville piko burned nover had so many strawberries es Wednesday morning, together Dunn, of Danville, were guests of Mrs. loach the school in District No. 41. with '2't loads of hay, which had re- now. J. V. Daughmau. Kecommendations necessary. Address, cently been The Kentucky Association's running stored In it. It is not MlSSKS J RNN1K AND MARIE WARREN James Buchanan, chairman, Huston- known how tho lire originated. There course at Lexington sold under foreare with their aunt, Miss Jennie Dun- ville, Ky. l. was no Insurance on cUlio the build- closure at 82.1,335 to George W. can, in Iancaster. Just received a car load of Prime ing or it contents. MR. Hiuoins Kullky and wife are There arc over 300 entries for tho Cypress shingles. If you want a roof back from Kansas and will probably The secretary, Dr. W. B.O'Bannon, SO nominations to be made by the rethat iil lust an age, try tho Cypress. tells us again locale here. that tho meeting of the Lin- publicans in Louisville for city and ThkMu Sterling Senlnel says that A. C. Sine. coln County Medical Socluy at Mc- county ofllces. Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Hright are sojournAt Pcora, 111., Coleridge, by C. F. Wbs Withers, tho Negro arrested Kinney Tuesday was one of the most ing at Olympian Springs. pace in 2:00. here Sunday by Marshal Nowland and Interesting that has been held. Thero Clay, won the Miss Janb Dbuonby, u very popti-la- r taken to Danville to serve out a lino for was a largo attendance and all of the He was driven by Custer and establishyoung lady of Frankfort, is visit- crap shooting, gave tho otllcers there pajKjrs were liberally discussed. Dr. ed the track record. ing Miss Isabella llaWcy. .1. S. Wesley, who was essayist, read a Itilma, by King Wilkes, won the Mer the slip and is again at large. Miss Lizzie H. Elk in and brother, splendid paper on the "Cause, Preven- chants' and Manufacturers' stake, We are always glad to receive Items tion and Treatment of Summer Dla-ri- worth 810,000 at Detroit. Oratorio was Zack, of Lancaster, were here Wedfor the paper by mall, but the sender nesday to meet a friend. a of Children," Dr. Lowder read second and Red Star third. Missbs Ollie Haldwin and Anne must always sign his name, If ho ex one on "Sunshine and Shadows of a A. G. Whitley's wheat crop Is threshUennelt, of Richmond, arrived yester-- poet to see his effort in print. Our Pyhslcians Life." and Dr. J. T. Wes- ing out 35 bushels to the acre. This is Saulley friend esoclully will bear this ley one on "Puerperal Eclampsia." the most prolific yield yet heard from day to visit Mrs. W. II. Shanks. Mrs. Mattib Curd Giiison and in mind. Thu next meeting will be held at Hus- in this county. Advocate. Miss Hottlo Woisner.of Williamsburg, Covington Arnold & Bro., havo al$20 AND COSTS. "Habe" Hansford tonville on the second Tuesday in Sepwere guests of Mrs. It. Williams. ready bought 32,000 bushels of new was lined $20 and costs before Judge tember. Missbs Sallib and Jhssib Cook Carson and a Madison county wheat for which they Fighting- the Devil With Fire. jury Tuesday morning for went up to Ilustonvillu Tuesday to paid 57 to GO cents. Pantagraph. shooting craps. It was thought that ho There was a shooting bee near Neal spend a few weeks with relatives. Farmers of Christian county arc still was guilty of setting up and running Creek church Tuesday night, but if Mrs. Dr. J. M. Ulack, of Knox- - tho game, but there was no proof to any of tho participants were hit by iho losing their fat cattle 'with a disease ville, is here visiting the families of that effect. bullets it hasn't yet been mado public. unknown to tho stock men. Several Dr. J. G. Carpenter and I. W. Fish. For several nights during Rev. Neal's farmers of that section have lost all THE following rates have been fixed Will anuOwslby Manibr are up for the telephone meeting several youngsters from tho their milch cows. lino, which luw Its Flat Lick It Is still claimed by some feeders Hp'eiul tho summer from Nashville to fc. section havo been umuslng with their uncle, Mike Owsley, at Wal- olllco In the St. Asaph Hotel: Huston-vlll- themselves by shooting off their pis- that hogs At 4 cents will pay 81 for tho loo; Mt. Salem, lfio: McKlnnoy nut Flat, tols when tho crowd was dispersing. wheat consumed. There is no ques10c each: beyond and Ttiincr-vill- o to Mrs. R. K. Hughes was hero, from Patience ceased to be a virtue with the tion but that more wheat is bound futhose points :1.1c. A live minutes conLancaster Wednesday to meet Mrs. U. good people who attend tho church And go into pork in some shape In the D. Jay, of Now Albany, who camo to versation can bo Indulged in for 2."o. Tuesday night when the young scamps ture. Farmers Home Journal. In 1S50 the average annual yield of visit her. A VERY small crowd went to hear began firing a party headed by Dink milk per cow in this country was 1,400 Mr. K." Jl. Tanner and daughter, Rev. It. W. Boyd Farmer returned the compliment and at tho court-houspounds; in 181)0 it had Increased to Miss Florence, of MoKInney, passed Monday night and as contributions tho way tho Flat Lick boys left tho pounds. But to bo very profitable through to Lancaster yesterday to visit were light he thought It best to draw sccno was amusing. Mr. Farmer tells a cow should yield during the year at Mrs. W. K. Shugars. his meeting to a close on the night it us that he shot to scare but some least 5,000 pounds of milk. Mrs. Cleo Drown, little son, begun and try greener and better fields. younger members of his crowd meant There havo been more mares bred and Miss Itlssle Williams, of Ho left tho following day and joy went business and it is a winder somebody this year than for tho past three years. Mt. Vernon, passed through to Lancaswith him. Wo havo had his sort ad was not killed. The members of tho Miller Ward's Regal Wilkes, John ter Tuesday to visit relatives. church are determined to break up this nauseam. C. F. Clay and Bacon Bros.' Mrs. M. W. Tyree brought her lit- disorder and somebody is going to get Barbee's Scarlet Wilkes, havo all made good tlu son, (Raymond Cook, down from Cor- The Belle of Lincoln, No. 2J.r.Y hurt if a halt is not called. seasons. Paris Kentuckian. , bin Tuesduy with the hope that a Lodge, G. U. O. of O. F., will celebrate MatrimonialMisfit. A month ago If tho pension roll was a roll of honor change of climate would help the little Its anniversary as usual with a grand fellow. picnic to bo given at McKinney, Aug. wo mado mention of tho arrival of Mrs. only, and not crowded with the names Miss Mary Elkin will accompany 21. Thero will be shaking, ball games, S. Landy from tho old country und sta- of deserters, "colTeo coolers" and men her father, Mr. M. F. Elkin, to tho &c to entertain and amuse. This Is ted in connection that her husband, whose feelings were hurt during the National mooting of tho Knights of tho ono of tho most deserving lodges In tho who had not seen her for four years, war, thero would bo no deficit in the Maccabees at Fort Huron, Michigan, country and it is hoped it will be liber- was tho happiest man in tho country. government's receipts and no necessiTho happiness did not last long, next week. ally patronized. ty for the last and greatest robber tar-Itand now a divorce Is wanted by W.W. MCDANIEL, of Louisville, la bill. Louisville Post. Institutes. Miss Kato Blain tolls tho wife and tho husband doesn't cure Peter Brush left a wife and two girl 's hero to tuko Postal Clerk C. II. us that tho Institute for white teachers if sho gets it. It seems that Mr. Lanplaco oa tho IC. C. for a few days will bo held at Stanford beginning dy, who was until recently a member of children in Bracken county III years while that gentleman attends the His wife Aug. 1), and that for colored teachers tho milling firm of Fred & Landy, did ago and went to California. Fair. married another man. Mr. Brush reJudge J. W. Alcorn, Dr. W. 13. Fen- will bo held at Danville, Aug. 23, when not provide as his wife thought he turned and wants tho girls, now grown tho teachers of Boylo and Lincoln will should and sho summoned her brothny, W. E. Varnon and W. F. Sheri-iato womanhood. to Louisville Wednesday, wheth- unite for tho time being. Prof. T. C. ers, ono living at Frankfort and tho went On condemnation proceedings against other in Anderson county, und after a a turnpike in Scott a verdict was reer to attend tho boltooratlc convention Cherry, of Bowling Green, will tho white and Prof. J. II. Jack- conference decided that sho did not or for other purposes is not material. turned for $7,500 for eight miles. son, of Frankfort, tho colored. care to longer call him her husband. The owners said thoy the MRS. J. M. IlHUCE and daughter, would not tako a Nodlvorco proceedings havo been llled La Verne, loft for Lako Chuutauqua, Cake Walk. Misses Mary and Le- yet but a friend of Landy tells us that cmt less thun 810,000. New York, Monday. Mrs. Uruco will na Bruce and Jack Beazloy and George Wonderful talcs of gold discoveries it is only a question of time till such In study violin, piano and voice music Farris attended tho "cako walk" glvon Alaska havo come to hand. Some proceedings will begin. In the mean-tlm- o miners returning from there brought while away, that sho may bo hotter by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yantls Tuesday Mrs. Landy Is staying with her M0 pounds of dust. Great excitement prepared for hor pupils In September. ovcnlng in honor of their guests, tho brother at Frankfort, while her hus- prevails. News. Misses Trimble, of Somerset, and Elizahethtown is patluntly awaiting developa delightful time. Tho first prizo, band THOSE from hero who attended tho A Nebraska man has sued his sweetments. Air. Landy Is a clover, hard entcrtainmont of Misses Sallie und a huge cako, was won by Miss Mary working man and it is hard to beliovo heart who jilted him, for a 52,000 garter which Is set in diamonds. Ho deWattlo Elkin Wednesday evening wcre: Bruce, and tho second, a smaller one, that ho is guilty of failing to provide serves to lose it for boing such a fool. Misses Sadio Lillard, Pearl Burnsido, was glvon Miss Lena Bruce. Will Pul-liahis family. Gen. Weyler has called upon Spain after u lengthy contest, was for Jonnio Warren and Mary Elkm; Messrs. Albert Severance, Thomas II. awarded tho booby prizo a ci'mlim?. Goode, of Rowland, aged 20, to send him G0,000 more soldiers' to enR. L. A splendid suppor was sorved at 10 and Misa Nora J. Woolford, of Boylo joy themselves in Cuba during its presShanks, Jack Rout und G. A. Mcltob-erto'clock. and thoy report a splendid tlmo. county, were married hero yesterday. ent pacification. - Eminence Lucille Mkneit.e y r, July 16, 1897 Willie Sodkn, rlht Wll-mor- ing Acme cement pla.ter for Dr. L. B. Cook's new residence and making tho Tablets and school books, better and cheaper than ever. Penny's Drug finest work of tho kind ever done In Stanford. Storo. THE lartrn Inill.ltniT ni rm THE Club will give a picnic at Hustonville, Aug. , which Orchard Springs came near going up In flames the other night. It caught in promisos to bo a big affair. m tho kitchen and for a time there apIf everybody goes to the Lancaster peared no chanco of saving the buildfair y and tomorrow who has said ing, but the hard work of the bucket ho will, the grounds will belnsufllclent brigade nipped it before a very largo to hold iho people. damage was done. The repairs were Read tho advertisement of the Stan-tor- d mado next day and Manager Hofmann Female College on our first page is now running things like nothing had and nolo tho changes to be made with happened. the beginning of tho next term. Fun-For-A- Co. Also suits mado to order. & McKlNNEY are furnish-- , ' a Haas' Hog Remedy NOT ONLY .1:' ll ln-ic- tf -- m ... Prevents Your Hogs from Dying, J3ffllut nuiki's tlium fatten. A to-da- surucuro. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. m lii1 m s m utIi ITT. 175 mmmM&Mf$$&gBMMM WsMiM "21 Scfioof Everything In stock to supply Book I $1 m m ... & your wants. m fiS SCHOOL TABLETS I 1 And Stationery lit tho Lowest Cash Priors. .'10-d- u. : m Ssi W. B. MoROBERTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. vis-itln- j: $ No-vlu- s. kt mmsjmmmmmmmmmmmmml. -- R37I SEE OUR- - M n, Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, &C. Rest and Largest' Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. '" F?CES LOWER THAN EVER Satisfaction Guaranteed. t Known Before. free-for-a- ll B. K. WEAR EN & SON. Whllo we are conducting a N'l-ag- ra to-du- y m Big Clearance Sale On Summer Goods, Such as Oxfords at 50c and Dress Goods at 25c anil Wash Goods at 4c to 25c wo don't forget to offer the substantial at Dar-nal- ;' LW men's Hoys' PUCES - i I I p?) S I m 1 jSfcJ free-for-a- ll Than anv houso In Central Kentucky We arc otienlui; this week the fol lowing new goods: SHoes at $1, $1.2B, $1.50, and C5c: m at s5c, 05c and St. 25; Overalls at 35c, 50c .we anil we Overshlrts at 25 BEST GINGHAMS AT 5C, Yard wide Hrown Cotton at 5c. All the best Calicoes, 5c. Many other new goo'ls just In. Como and see us. m (& i SEVERANCE & SON. m e. J fliQli Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. Son of Klover's Model, No. 20,710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,001, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11.007. l'luo, toppy voting lKars ready for service. A fow show gilts old enough to breed, and broil sows In every respect, with a specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly first-cla- ss pedigrees." 1'rlces reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como unci see niv hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They nro good ones. Also Mammoth I'ekln DucU A. E. HUNDLEY. Hox 105. Danville, Ky. Eggs. 51 for 13. to Headed by U. S. MODEL, HO. 38,353. e 2,-(i- Me-Koiu.- Superior Disc Drill. McKinney, Ky., Apr. 22, '1)7. Messks. Higoins & McKinney Dear Sins I purclinetl ono of your Superior Disc Drills in the Fall of ISM anil sowed 100 acres of wheat with it. I found it to be one of the best machines I over used. It is far superior to nil other drill?. I would not undertake to sow a crop without one, for there is no choking up and getting out of order with them. They do their work perfectly and with light draft. The grass seeder is also a great improvement over other drills, f--r tho grass seeder attachment can ho u?ed without using the wheat attachment. I recently sold a half interest to my neighbor, J. A. Givens, and ho 1ms been sowing oabjund grass seed with it and is so well plenied witlt it that ho carries it to Yours truly, J. L. Ui:ck. fheltcrcvery night. how-ove- r, T Hay-don- Lan-'cast- or con-du- et H. C. BUPLEY, re-jw- rt THE MERGRANT TAILOR -- '4 IsJ Receiving his- - s, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Guaranteed. and a Perfect Goods Warranted Fit Give him a Call. V ...ini'n wi.untr-ujujmT- il Prof. Wnlker Hunn began hid school hero Monday with 23 pupils. The children think him a great teacher. 3?vu"bllolio iTvioaiayo'aiiA X"rI4a.-r-Our enterprising Dr. Steele has erected nn otllcc building at Junction $12 Pffill YKiVU 1T ADVANCE City, corner of Shelby and College streets and here any one needing his j- - When not w paid 332. CO will be charged. services may ml him. Prof. Kenneth F. Postlo. of Columbus, O., who has been selected as 1st assistant to Prof. Gowcn in the LancasK.lf ter graded school, was ou a visit to his 1 TOIE COD, friend, Ed C. Guinea, when he received this honor. c was moved from the Our CENTRAL DIVISION. KENTUCKY store-rooof Mr. A. A. Surbcr to that m 7: 10 a. w. nnd 4 o THE 1NTERI0RJ0URNAL Shelby City. ' THE HOUSECLEANER. HE sweetest womon In tho world becomes n EXCURSION TO OLD POINT FORT. COM- The Winter PIANOS AND ORGANS. Decker Urns'. Pianos. lltilutw llrtH'. Hanoi. D. II. when The eaon corner) which tires tho Vu pouls of nil homo When soup nnd wet nnd slop nnd Meant and dim terror On Thursday, July 22nd, tho Chesapeake & Ohio railroad will run Its annual excursion to Old Point Comfort, Of Your Discontent- go to Islington rianos, loving mon; 11 Is (avxlL I confusion reign, And to tho god of clunnllnrM ulio tletllcntuH her brain may a direful 1h, full-ur- PwH 'Tin then man feels Hint marriage post-olllc- m ,"1i1Tfcii returning at Trains leave Stanford at 4. 23 p. ui. and U:W i. m. 1. Dit. shown by the large crowds Sunday ll morning and night, when Rev. QUEEN & CRESCENT. preached on, "Why I Do Not Trains pass Junction City as follows: be Called a Campbellite." 4 02 p m Want to No. 2 North 11 57 a m No. USoutli 1121pm " 4 " ......3 4Gam Eight have joined by letter up to this 3 " No " 6 " 130pm 11 25 A m 5 Tuesday night Rev. J. S. 6 00 a m time. " 10 " 8 20 p m No; 9 9 and 10 of Danville, preached to a good Note Nos. 3 and 6 do not run Sundays, co no further SoutU man juncuou iiiy, ucuuri audience, as Bro. Boswcll was called to Uo'.thcy run Sundays. Lebanon. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. Prof. E. L. Grubbs was in Stanford VIA HEOllUfcTOWN. Saturday and It was agreed between A. M r. sr. x. M. the trustees of tho public school and Ar 12 55 2,00 Lve. Somerset, 235 " 11 31 " Jet. City. 3 15 Aug. 30th to con630 him to begin school ArrOeorgetown, Lt 9 35 4 50 505 30 300 tinue as long as the per capita held out, ' Frankfort, 1155 7 20 ........o. ...... 5 30 for not less than five months, and prob8 40 Arr I'arls 5 10 except Sunday. Dally ably longer. Miss Mary Davis, one of C.,D.UEHCAW,0.r A. Lexington's most gifted young ladies, Is the guest of Miss Nancy Reynolds. Mrs. M. D. Young, of Jessamine, is visiting Mrs. John S. Moore, her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. and daughter, Miss Lizzie, were called to Nevada and Atoka by the illness of relatives. The Misses Belle, of Maysville, are tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. Lawwlll. Miss Lizzie Elkins, of Louisville, was tho guest of Miss Annie Tribble, the first of the week. Miss Clara Goode left Miss Nancy Reynolds Saturday to become a Lincoln county teacher at Mt. Salem. Mrs. Hays and daughter, Miss Emma, of Danville, are with friends hero this week. Friday, Mr. E. L. Grubbs will relieve Mr. George Hunn, Jr., as clerk for Mr. Absolutely Pure. A. A. Surbcr till the teachers' instiMr. Hunn for Its great leavening strength and tute at Stanford, Aug. Oth. Celebrated healthfulne.ss. Assures the food against alum and will rest during this time and then re- Ml forms of adulteration so common In the cheap brands. sumo his place again. It oval I3aki.no Powder Co., New York. C. AND O. HOSPITALS. Tho questions of establishing and now supply the peoplo with Fresh maintaining hospitals for tho use of I can Candy of many varieties and superior excel- sick or Injured railroad men belonging lency every day. I n m making lt myself uud guarantee satisfaction. Give me a call. to the C. & O. system, has been under J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford. discussion for several years by Its officials. And as a result of these deliberations the time has arrived for making a practical test of the plan. The NIOKELL MAGAZINE Other great railroad Hues have eswants good reliable agents to can- tablished hospitals for the comfort and vas for subscriptions. A very ijood rate of cash commission will relief of their sick or crippled employ be givun. or bicycle premiums if ees, and most beneficent results have preferred All material and sam followed. With equal conditions, and pie copies furnished free. Apply a wise and liberal policy, so under at once. characteristic of the C. & O. manageNickel! Magazine, ment, similar good results will be ac180 Summer Street, complished hero and the hospital sysBoston, Mass tem bo made as popular as It Is on other lines. With a view to tho early adoption of the hosnltal system on the C. & O. railway, Mr. George W. Stevens, tho general manager of tho company, has HIBkWMtyPlraJ selected a committee of four trustworthy railroad men, an engineer, a conductor, u fireman and a brakeman, fur : Ky. nished them with round trip passes to &eiitfHt, : go to St. Louis and Moberly, Mo., to Office on I jucastr street at Residence investigate the hospital system on the PRC5-- , Wabash and Pacific railways. Mr. A. S. Charles A. Craft, of Clifton Forge, who Surgeon will will leave on his mission Bos-weKen-drick, tears the cnrietH up with vim nnd wleld.1 . tho lusty brush. .....12 3" P m Tho cat puts up her fuszy bnek nnd vacates No. 24 Train going North 3 13 a m " " with a rush. No. 26 " 12 04 p m " South No. 25 " Tho doK, with tnll half mast, skulks out and 1 27 p m 23 No. hides himself away ; although his time was not out till Feb- Ho knows tho racket sho Is on will last for Tor all 1'olnts. 'US. ruary, mnny a day. THRO'JOH TICKrTTS SOUP. The protracted meetlnir which has Tho snpo old spiders save their lives by fleeing UAGGAOF. CUKCKED THKOUOH. to tho cracks, been In progress here the past eight And all tho flies that wintered through fall For any Information enquire of prono upon their backs. as days Is growing in interest daily Agent, KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Bho & Co., Monday Capt. Monroe Gooch beevening, and comes postmaster Instead of Mr. Scott McFerran, who removed to Tennessee over a year ago. Ilenco the removal And in his wcret kouI perhaps he wishes ho wore of Messrs. Engleman fno. JOE S. MCE, Stanford, Ky. All your old coats nnd cn.y ohoes and hats tlmt fit your head. The mngazlno you've Just looked through and Sho soils for Junk, and when you aok with mild nnd pensive, air Where they hnvo gone, sho looks at you, and circulars unrend, P- - "6 echo answers, "Where?" And, though you should get mad and swear, lt wouldn't change her plan; She "won't have such old rubbish round! Just like a shiftless man I" And then ho pins her gown up front, determined In her mien. Which says that, though tho heavens do fall, she shall go on and clean I Cold rooms, cold dinners, chilly Kils, cold sofas, lco cold clinirs! A smell of varnish everywhere, tacks on tho slippery stairs! Wet rugs 'way Iny you nt each turn, cold winds run riot through The empty halls she's airing off, her none congealed und blue. Sho skins her knuckles, tears her nails, her head nnd lxnly ache, But sho is happy, for sho knows her liouso pOYAl K?ifSv De-peau- w akP POWDER Epos would "take the cakel" No nook or corner lias oscacd stern order settles o'er That domicile from attic down to clean swept cellar floor And though that woman's nlmost dead her forehead is serene Because sho knows, let como what may, that house of hers Is clean I Behoboth Sundny Herald. ti Tho High Bridge camp lte.IC.sp, !mortcd " i.eo lllack Mltnma. sTANHMtli. KY. 6 JHO " 23d to August Silver Ucisl Wyandotte, meeting convenes July 1.50 lt.pr.1 1UiiiiiiiiIi lliirk. A. O. 1.AMIAM, J01IX. 1st inclusive this year. B. Fay Mills, All bnssls msire aUtro Wl lnts. City. Ky. CltAKi Hlti'S., I'ros., Junction tho evangelist, occupies tho principal place ou the program for Saturday and A WOltD TO Sundav. July 21th and 25th and tho OWNERS. great Talmago will preach July 31st INSURANCE COMPANY and August 1st. A brilliant program J Aro von Insure.i If not. why not as yours Is arranged for Intervening dnys, of of ilnelllngs and Imrns pswl OF LIVERPOOL. music, sermons and n sioeial feature of illustrated lectures by Prof. Shearer, Low rate excursions of Cincinnati. 5. GaSTLEMBH. Cres- Kvery vear. Involving the loss of millions of on tho Quecu from all points to escmio See dollars". Wh idioulil ou expect MANAtiUllS, cent. Cincinnati to Somroset. to year small bills or ask your agent fo- par from year Oommorco Building, Louisville ticulars. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass, Your Proporty May Burn Agents Throughout the Suth. agent. IllOlltll. Wltlllll 21 It'l.l .i.nr wlllllll Second excursion to Niagara via tho hours. Wliy should M i'xJkiso tlieaceu- I... I.... ,.f ti.nrv nf llllllcsl ttlll tO lO'S tlV Oucen ..V Crescent Route, July 22nd. a ultimo llre."lili-l- i on ii ditniy It In Special train from Cincinnati, 1:00 V. hour r roiieiiiiif; a sunn-iIoial Aglit. Great opjwr-tuult- y M., via tho Erie IX. IX. Kentucky. Stanfokd, to spend a fow days In tho cool JESSE D. WEAEEN, North. Ask agents or eo small bills Stanford. Ky Oenernl Apenl. for particulars. TAI.MAGE. M CASlUk-MAM. Is I'ust. To Knjoy Hie Sumiiiur and reaching Old Point at noon next day. Only 811 will ho charged for tho round trip and tickets will bo good to s return until August 8th. any station on return will bo allowed ut trip, so that our patrons may break tho homeward trip by stopping at an-- of tho beautiful mountain resorts along Address for Terms, A.C., tho lino. Sleeping car rates will bo $3.50 per double berth which will acNo other GTJS. HOFJdiilTIT, Fropriotor, commodate two persons. summer trip oilers such a diversion and Crab Orchard, Ky. variety of pleasures as a trip to Old 32 Point over tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. with Its mountains, valleys, rivers and Griag Bros.' Puro Bred Poultry. Poultry Yard. lloylo Co. ocean. Special rates of $2.50 per day A word to the farmers. It you niaVo money In ...! imir ...... at tho Chamberlain and Hygela Hotel?. .i.i- .., lllistiaj nun .1.... , .mi., ka.m mi wltli Inn 1111114 'they For full Information or sleeping car and keep thoniughliriils. er cent.mature earlier with Tliearr.iiiiemeiit a profit of more than M) reservation call on or wrlto to George nloiiryantaissurli tlut lliereean im no mix in o gu.inniitvu iK" W. Barney, dls. pass, agent, Lexing- linisis, Ihsl I'lt flames. Imp. setting I" 15 h8g, M.iw ol II. II. ton. Surlr Celebrated I'll liime " " JIM Stop-over- leaving Lexington at 11:2.") A. M., rischer l'lanos. Ac. Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Rstev Makes. Seo mv OihmU and (let lv 1'rlces lleforu ou Utiv. 1 Ihililwln I'liiuos. CRAB ORCHARD W. T. Will T i:. Crnli Orchnrd, FIRE INSURANCE SPRVCS. FHfflNIX Insurance Company, OFaUKOOKUN. Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUN13I2U 1HOO. Illuo-ara- ss .1 -- - ""irp " m White Crested lllack follsii " ' R.B.MAHONY.Agt., PROPERTY T Thou-Min- ds Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning 11 BfflBEE u dl n ji W. A. TRIBBLU, ..v.."p-Uivspeciful- ly. A To-da- y, The Irrepressible Yankee. "Wo 'avo a lot of national anniversaries in our country that you don't know anything about, " Raid an English-ma"You 'aven't any Guy Fawkcs u. CANDY KITCHEN. EARN MONEY. "Wo hnven't any 'gay fox day' that I'vo ever Old People. heard of, but wo'vn got n ground hog day, aud don't you forget it." Youth's Old iieople who require medicine to regulate the true remedy kidneys. Ill nnd Hie iliMti not Mltuu-In l.mel.and .. Companion. ti,i- - i.i.iiln late and contains no whiskey nor 0,hr.I,"1,,c'l)lJ She Won IIluu hut acta asa tonic alterative. It lossel.. adding strength and KU k Tho milkman was phiinly irritated. itomachand organs, thereby aiding .Nature In t lie tone to the tin s fundi. lis. Uert'lc "Here, just ns times aro so hard," ho IsTformaiii-eorthId s. digestion. . exclaimed, "yon think yon must have a ,l excellent 'laciiy and aids ...... n If Ami Itlust wuil liiey ...nlj n.l sioiisr bottle at W. 11. McKotivriVs new silk dress." "Yes, dear," said his wife, "but this Drug Store. is to bo only a watered silk, yon know." Jiucklin's Irni'ca Feminine tact, it seemed, never did a .. vitrlil fur ruts., bruises . ..,.- - in thing but fiud,Hiau uu easy mark. Now sores, ulrers.salt rheum, fever wires, teller, chap- York Press. Clilluiauii, rums aim i PMiiur;'- ,(! I.jl IialnU, tw u rtiL It nr lira -- day." "No," replied tho American. Something to Dtprmlon Mr. Jauien Junes, of the dm nrm of Jones A Ill . In iskltij r Or. Klnta e eorerv. mis that lust winter tils wile was at nuked lwith -i (irippe, mid her caw grew w serious lli.it iditslclalis atOiwdenaud Pan.i could do twilling. detelop Into hasty ruii.uuip-.tor ..her It sremed to .... I. I - Viimt tl.vivirv 111 nttirt'. J 111,, mi, lion ,,...i.. ,'A lots of It, lie tiik n ttlle home, and ! and in-" tliourprivMralliie st(aii cured her sound "and do-- , and half doeii Littles Kin s New niMiiirry iorviisHinniu. well IVniglu and Colds Is guaranteed to do this Try It Free trial bottles at . II MilUib-ert- " work Drug Stoir, -- ll; Gun and Loo: Sxaitli STANIOUU, KY. All kinds of repilrlg donn at reis.msl.le rates Upholstering a specialty. S.tlsfctloo giuraaissl H. D. PHILLIPS, J, B. HIGblJNb, DEAMMt IN .,,. .." " -; lr Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, g- -l J. T. SUTTON, Agricultural Implements, Unclortulcer, Hustonville U. S. Kentucky High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. .. . ..i. ,. (U'mI tJnroln Good Wnrranted as Koiiresented. Onico on Offers his ssTTlcea l n'..k. and Cey cwuntle run sloe ui v". Main street. iiNslto Klmore'a Store. cts always on nauu. 95 ytanfonl, Kentucky ie l'l , '-- '". 111 l,rlliei. ii.-- .' api-ll- rer iivt-w- -- Sir. SON, DEHLBRS IN COHL, NOEL & the llallroad Order t)fflce and Kcsl Kxchane. near J I. TOTTKN. TIIOKOl'OHHKKD Pu.i:.man DUROC HOGS I pro- ..1.- The nto&MX&M Old Muid (who wants a portrait of MCKoiieru, iiniggisinreu i igs (Jilts and wiwa Kervlce Do you take iustantaueons of either nex. not akin Questions and TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. I here? photographs inniiitly anitwered. Tablets All Photographer'd Boy Yen, ma'am, .. Take... itiuihii.i liroiuo Quinine :- tn fTnis. ror if It rll. mo J. M. & H. J. McBOBEETS, Stanferd. I'ruggisis Run right in, and ho'll tako yon aforo iiU Uy W II. lcllolrts, Crih; A llocker and O. Crab Orchard now has the finest 'mortal yon'ro a miuuto older. New York U fenny, urugjmis, m miii j. artist in the century In tho this wlssors aim .. i... i.finiiiiis a nhoi at the forks of tho have Weekly. Hustonville nnd Mllledgevllle jdkes. near Nine lives weVo lost by tho breaking :r.ne"p;.rV;;yi.t'a..o,,hlm:.,e,,iyou to do all Mr. I'. Keld'H mill am iireimn-tA Swell Meal. of tho dam at Duchess Junction, N. Y. want a clean kinds of - AdTftntages of the Drop Shutter. III liar .,hu I 11 ixrailjicij vuim 'iii guaranteed to glre rfect satisfaction or money refunded. lrlce U5 cents r box. I or sale by . J. 1 i.iJu - Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. J H lllffllnt Mill Coal Yanl. Satisfaction guarsnttssl. est weight, fatten ousllv nt any age lUiars reain for y lific of nil breeds, attain thw great- The mint her dog) aln-ati- . in, NOTICE -;- m 1 oM-ne- l w. b. PEinfnr, Stanford, W J5 ryr.. I'm hungry. ll'fe At tho lowvat lirlces and In the l",t manner I will tako all I guarunteo all my work. t and such kinds of country produce, ,ii.., Administrators for horse iiiitlnir nf the stockhold ti. ...... ..in i with the shoeing which Is 00 cents, cash. I'lease glvo have not nmilo a. i.. ii... in- -, lui veil m Valley Lund Co. ut rlu". ers of the Cumlierhiuil me n uliaru of your patronuge. their olllcti In Stanford. Ky.. on Wednesday. C. II. MAYES. I notlHeil In como forward at oiicii Ji'LY 21st. IsttT. for Ihu purpose of electing aro hen-b1"' thy Nine Director. At :i r. M. on mo same uuj m.d aettlJor law. will I'T' A "&!"n,t . according to J) the new board will meet mill organle. , NOTICE! " liwvivrwv. J .' Itllllf'PII NOTICE ! Blacksmlthing and Woodwork, tnt-op- ,..... 32-o- .H-t- lJ . . r.t. i i. . tilt Q JUIlt IIIliti .., ;-- - Is tliero anything? Second Shipwrecked One Nothing but a fow moro rolls. New York World. First Shipwrecked One Mason Hotel MRS. U. D SIMPSON, Farmers Ban k&Trnst Co . 1,1, -.! 1 oriVl'llll.i KY - l'ror . TIN MI) SHEET I 111 WORKS, Pali up Capital, Surplus, $200,000 00 17,003 80 Lancaster, : Kentucky. ISole II The following note was found in the Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd dead man's pocket and Is supposed to Dentist, 1'ortera Evetything ble. represent the Brotherhood of Locomo- be from tho wlfo of Harris, who mur 89 trnuis. joined at in :ct tive Engineers, and will bo Stanford. Ky. dered Merritt at Lexington: "T. II. Cincinnati by u repre- Merritt: 1 lovo you better than everyHuntington and Office over Mcltolwrts' Drug Store In the Owsley sentative from each of the branches of body put together, and always will as TO Hullding the traiii'service named. Dr. Brock, long as you lovo mo. "Efllo Merritt." OfLlncolaaniQarrard. of tho MBINIOKIOIMOIMIM of Richmond, one accompanycompany's Harris' wife's name is Efiie, but she the com- seems to havo dropped tho "Harris" surgeons, will also Owing to the wet weather last ?ar most THE POPULAR t tin. ciiiintrv was iliuniiL'- ..ii mittee. signed It "Morrltt" as a testimon ed, ,f ,i... ii, ..ii incustomers Justice we had and and Besides a minute inquiry Into tho ial of her undying ulTcction. Harris' to grind to do our In order to holdourcus-toIt for them who (QMS) matter by tho committee, to ascertain lawyers will havo tho clerk of the Lan- ers ofand also for others wouldweio customnot accom the benefits to bo derived from an in- caster Hotel, at Georgetown, summon- modateother mills which their old customers, aim as iue & O. stitution of that character, tho C. ed to uttond tho trial, und tho register, i....... .....ui uiii.nt il.ls vimr we think thev not company proposes to erect and own the which on June '21 bears tho signatures ought to putronle us as others would nmu r ucconunoiltilu tiiein buildings, and not to tux their of T. II. Merritt and wife, will be pro- .1.1 ,...., ulll iflvii tilt,insv jeur. Mitlsfaclloii hospital lu'st of wo hnvo employees for their erection, as Is done duced in evidence. and wo will guarantee It to nil. now cloths In our mills. Thanks for past by some railways. It further, wo learn, Ilespect fully 1 ours, tho favors. We uro Very being, .Moituis rw:i). make "I VYfnl proposes tooccur in up any deficiency midstam a humanworld. placed in wide :)s.t OINlMOMOMMi Far und of a great maintaining their which may hospitals after collecting from 13 to CO It extends on every side. Majestic in cents per month from all employes who its vastness, bewildering In Its MOIM5IIM forms, It overwhelms by its "TT.T-pr- T iVV m ra have worked a half a month or more. kouti:. Glady'a Inn, admirably located and immensity. Over It bend tho eternal OINOINIM The Iiest Line toand I'rom Idle heavens and fur away in tho infinite constructed, need not rcmuln long after its abandonment a fow months realms of space gleam tho lights of oth- TOLEDO AND DETROIT It Is just such a er worlds. Aud I, whut am I V A drop henco as a hotel. All 1'olnts lu Mlchigau. in tho unib.il!ding as Is needed for a first rate in the sea of life. An atomschool girl's a CHICAGO. railway hospital, and tho Review is in- verse of nature." From graduating essay. "White City Special" formed it will be used for that purpose I lest Terminal Station. ia tho oveut it shall bo decided to Client I want to make a liberal proST. LOUIS. system. vision for my wife in my will. If sho IQJUJ adopt tho hospital (M0IMIM0M Avoiding the Tunnel Of course there will bo other hospi marries again I want the bequest to be BOSTON. MU tal buildings erected; ono possibly at doubled. Wajner Sleeping Cars. Lawyer What is tho idea ? Huntington und another at some suitMM Client I want to soften her disapable point east of Clifton Forgo. ClifNEW YORK. MM ton Forgo Review. pointment when seo compares her sec- Bullet I'arlor Cars, Waiftier Sleeping Cars, 1'rlrat lltAXK J. BEED. Chicago. fl.l'.A., ond husband with mo. Puck. Compartment Cars, Hlegaut Coaches aud Dining Cars. And tho next day it snowed. This E. II. UACOX, n Louisville. Wendell Phillips onco 6ald that the l.r.A tlraoat Munclo, Ind., where a good deal lie sure your tlekets read rla "BIO FOUU " puritan's idea of hell was that It was a E O. McCOltMICK, ' of tho beautiful fell Tuesday. D.H.MAKTIN, B1M1M0IMO1N1M0 Oeu. I'.iss. A Tkt. AgU PaiseuienTrattlcUr., A Henry county woman gave birth nlaco whero men were compelled to at- l CINCINNATI, OHIO. J to a baby with gray hair. tend to their own business. MM to-da- first-clas- s. g2 THE PUBLIC! ,. . ... . .. or Henna niacs- i lai.i.u.. Hnt liiliiiat juml.hed for Riming wtKj.1 metal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction giuraiilsT,. I'allit iitisl with IKn's lllack hlamond Cistern warrant Dealer In an,lt"lTnlasl Iron Killers, tia'vaiilusland lllack ' Iron llitliigof all kinds. -.. 1 ST A NPORD, KY, , .. lt 3STOT; ,i.iiriiuT IKint I'otta for plank fence, ,,i they nost and railing or wire fence can lliid what pike want at my store i.eur Cedar Creek, on the1 a so Orchard to Stanford kee'ouhanda.upplyof plank for fcnelng. A 1 fir bnlidliirf purposes; also k nlsoflumUr desiring any article of ahlngles. All "ill. klnXcau mil mo at i.iv (,. U &1.VOI.I.1UN. 2 Creek. O I mm ......,. Ily provisions of lis charter, deioltors are a fully protected as are ilt's.ltoni III National Hanks, its shareholders bring held Individually liable to tlieexteut of the amount of their sunk therein al In addition to theaiuount In the par value vested In such shares It may act as executor, trustee, Ac, as fully h an Individual Tendering our thanks to thine who have entrustto u, we trust they will continue ed their tuMlm to do so, aud we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our '.'0 years' exiTlene In banking and ns liberal aieoiiiaiodatloii as are consistent with souud banking. tlu-risi- i.iaac'TOHS. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vermin; W. 11. Cummins, rrearhersvllle; J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. Shanks, William I i well, H. J. Kinbry, J. 1' Cash, .1. K. Lynn, A. V. Carpenter; J. N. Meiiefee. orriciHs. S. II. Shanks, J. 11. rresld-u- t; OlMOlrMOltW SHELBY & SHELBY, Owsley, Cashier; W. M. Hrlght, Toller ..rroprlclrs LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE FIRSTNATIONALBANK OF STANFOUD, KY. y ever-changi- ""BIG 4: JunctiontCity, Ky. First-Clas- NO mmmM 0IMMOM0MM0 MO a)(N0t(0(N10Nl Surplus $15,750. Turnouts, prompt attention, very Capital Stock $100,000. s reasoiiat.le rates A portlou of your patmnage Is IS Attention of the public Is called to tho fact that reKs;tfully solicited this Is the only National Hank lu Stanford. the provisions ot tho National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by tho capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount etpjal tn the stock, so that depositors of this InstituiS tion are secured by a fund ol j.tu.uuo. Five sworn condition ot the Hank are made Money to loan on Improved city properly or pro- statements of the United States (ioverniuent and Ha to the couuty al ductivefarms In Stanford and l.lncolu Also I wll each year examined at slated times by government aasets are 6Krcent. payablepublic or corporation oftlclalst agents, thus securing additional and jcrfect satet, for furnish bouds Kxecutors, Administrator! or (luardlans at reason-abl- e totlciiosltors. This Institution originally established as the Detales. Am agent fur four or the best Uro Inreorganized aa surance Companies doing busltiesa In Kentucky and posit Hank of Stanford In 18.V4, thou 1KC5 andagaln holders III Slanrord. llie National Hank of Stanford In aollcll patronagHof prol-rtrtorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford doing business hero lUtes aamea-- other companies K, VAItNON, AgU in IM'i, has had practically an uninterrupted exist WAhhACi: for 35 years. It is better supplied now wit'., eni-lacllltlos for transacting business promptly and liberally thau ever More in lta long aud honorable earner. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tirmi and Individuals solicited. No. 52012, Un-d- mi" n mi wn mi ii i s tl D0RS6Y G0LDDUST M0 EM MOMMtWM iinVi 1 fi "-- Producer of combined nnd Eastern horses mako tho presthat Mdl for good jirlce;,, will to insure a livent season at Ten Doi.iaiw ing colt. Also Jack, lloseoe, at S3 to Insure 1'. HEID. a living colt. jf, n. Dorsoy Oolddust has produced u class of combined horse that attract buyers nnd bring good prices, regardless of panics. UIKICTOKS. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford U. 11. ILiughmau, " S.T. Harris, " Hill, J.S. llocker, McKlnney. T.F.A. Tribble. " t W. K. lu Tanner, J. 11. Colller.Crah Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, U. KImore, Stanford. PT1CIRS. I. S. llocker, Fresldeut; J. J. Mcltolierts, Cashier A. A. McKlnney, AMlatautCashler. - K MfvPHfWW'ewl' .r... lii,.H...-iiTiTVfTEiHtS . lM.ltl. It lf.1,1.! 1I i- ""ttr5!V!:'iJat."'-S',!eJir'- 'l nmijt m''L'iL r'.&tij !' 'u.il-,tiim- i . ,' H'i-- T .i .' n Js.i- -j