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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897040601 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. A SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. MATRIMONIAL Jiunc'8 WIImjii was by a fulling INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 6. 1897. LANCASTER. RELIGIOUS: NO. 11 VICINITY NEWS. Sid I'orrln, a popular young man, Is The Somerset Reporter says that London can boast of the homeliest killed said to be a candidate for Jailer, sub- Rev. J. H. CuliHjppor will hold a meet- preachers, the handsomest girls and Dunnvlllu, Cusuy county. limb near ject to the action of the democratic ing there about Juno 1 in a tent that tho most accommodating postmaster of Mayor Todd Is to marry Mis Limra will accommodate 3,000 pcrbons. any town in Kentucky. Echo. Durke, a wealthy St. LouU woman, party. now Two residences nro being built Evangelist I). G. Combs, assisted by At a meeting of tho Intercollegiate thulustof tliln month. In the Haker Addition In tho South Bros. Morris and Luncford, closed a Declamatory Association at Lexington A now law in California prohibits Kastern part of town; ono by .1. W. successful meeting at the Christian It was decided to hold the Hrst contest tho marringo of divorced persons withand one by I. N. Gasllneau. church, at Wlldie, with A3 additions to there May 7. Kentucky Wesleyan. tho granting of tho di- Miller in a year after .1. W. Miller went to Lawrenceburg tho church; '20 were immersed. Mt. Kentucky University and the State vorce. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. K. Vernon Signal. College and Central University are repMm. KmUlnoJuwuU, aged V, and Hughes. Miss Sue Herring, tho acAt tho meeting of the Transylvania resented n the association. In Knott Abel LowIh, 17, wore mrrrlcd complished daughter of Dr. H. C. Her- Presbytery at Campbellsville on tho Robert Smith shot and killed Dale county. This la Mm. JowoIPh llftli ring, has returned from tho Cincinnati l.'ith, tho 2.")0th anniversary of the West- Asher In Boll county. The dispute venture, and 8ho is mild to Conservatory of matrimonial Music. minster assembly, which formulated arose over a division of land. A genbo tho mother of 31 children, the One of tho most successful revivals tho confession of faith and catechism, eral ybuttlu was fought, and several youngest older than her last victim. that has been conducted in this county will be celebrated. Rev. S. M. Logan shots were fired, in which Asher was When Lottie Merrill discovered that for years closed at Mt. Olivet church and Delegate . I. J. MoRoborts w ill go shot and fatally wounded. Before he sho hud to wait a year after her di- near Hryantsvillo Thursday night. from hero. died lie said Smith had killed him. vorce before hIio could marry V. H. There was a number of converslons.the Tho Lancaster Presbyterian church Cally Dalton, who killed John Cool-eu rich mining man In ColoraMasoy, meeting having been conducted by has engaged Rev. II. N. Faulconcr as from this county, at Somerset, got a do, bhe took Hion on tho train whllo Kovs. Humphrey, of Nicholusvillc, and pastor. Owing to present engage- hung jury at his trial last week, which of on route to him and became a bride Horncy, of Wilmorc. ments, Mr. Faulconcr can only preach stood 10 for 21 years and two for acdeath. It Is suggested that tho ofllcors of here on tho second and fourth Sundays, quittal according to the Reporter and mmi of 1 J. Atkinson, tho turnpikes, which have been thrown but his other will cease live for hanging, live for 21 years and Gov. Atkinson, of Georgia, and Miss open on account of raids, notify the in about three or four months and he two for acquittul according to the ParAda Ilryan Hyrd, aged 11, eloped. They people who travel those will devote his entire time to the Lan- agon. took a train forTonnessee, but fearing roads that they can deposit their toll caster church. Record. W. II. Brown, of Preachcrsville, is secured a detection they left the train, a box in tho county clerk's olllce, or Tho mcetjng at thoMothodistchurch still advocating free silver and makes Kingston and wore in horse and buggy at some other place prepared for the i. conducted by Rev. II. C. Morrison, was every effort to add votes to our ranks. married. Tho governor telegraphed Of course they wouldn't all pay, a most successful one in every respect. William Jennings Bryan arrived at his to have tho boy arrested and ho was in but many would. There were over 100 professions and a hotibe a few days since and engaged charge of an otJloor at last accounts. On Saturday tho following ollicers general awakening among the church board for 21 years when he expects to At7:!K) o'clock on Tuesday, March for tho Lancaster & Richmond turn people of tho city, and tho reverend assist his father In elections. Mt. Ver:w, it was my privilege to perform a pike were elected: J. A. Doty, presi gentleman will be long remembered by non Signal. double marrlago ceremony between dent: Jesse Doty, W. A. Hiatt, J. G our citizens as a preacher and orator Win. P. Stuart, of Georgetown ColMiss Sarah Hall to Win. lluvlmiian ami Hnrnsldo mid W. II. Kinimird direc of great ability. Bowling-GreeCour- lege, won thu oratorical honors at LexMUs Mamie Cosllgan to Fred Hall at tors. This is tho old board and the ier. ington Friday night over D. J. Currey, tho residence of tho parents of thollrst road paid l per cent dividend last JanThe Christian Endeavor committee, of Centre College,, J. Nathan Elliott, elegant supper and last named. An uary. The raiders have not Intorfer- - In announcing the Kith International of Kentucky University, R. G. Gordon, and tho evening seemed to was Christian Endeavor convention, to be of Central University, and J.T. Haley, all. May rel with them yet. bo delightfully hiwnt by Immediately after tho marriage, of held at San Francisco, Cal.. July 7 to of the State College. His subject was Heaven's richest blessings be theirs in which you told In last issue, of Jacob 12, states that the principal meeting 'Silent Voices." a long and happy union here, which A. Itohiuson, late of Lincoln, now a places will be In Mechanics' Pavilllou W. L. Hall, aged Ao, a farmer from only in a will find its consummation wholesale grocer at Atlanta, to Miss and Woodward's Pavlllion. The for- Wayne county, was found dead in bed roll Is call"when the happier Maria, tho popular and attractive mer occupies nearly one entire block at tho Phu-niHotel, Louisville, to ed up yonder," Is the prayer of their daughter of Mr. J. V. Cook, they loft for in the heart of the city and will seat which city he had gone for medical friend and pastor, W. L. Solby. Atlanta their future home. They have 10,000 treatment. Re was a cousin of Dr. many prominent relatives In Lincoln Cox, of this place, and has never Tho Baptist congregation is greatly and Garrard counties. pleased with the now pastor, Rev. J. been well since he had an operation e on tho Buckeye pike The The House, by a vote of 17 to US, kill- near Toatersvllle was destroyed a few 13. Crouch, who preached his first two porformed for cross eyes, his whole sermons Sunday morning and evening. nervous system being affected by it. ed the bill providing for tho election nights ago, making 11 thnt have been At the latter service his subject was school trustees by secret ballot. destroyed in this county. Mr. Slmi-so"Important Stations along Life's Road THE WOODFORD PLAN SUGGEST The Kentucky Senate passed, with ED the koejwr, was given JO days to Urst, Conversion; second, Associates; amendments, the House bill Imposing abandon tho promises. Tho gate was third, Grief." His wife and twin baby FOU THK NOMINATION OF COUNTY a penalty for disturbing a public speak- replaced aud was again removed on an- girls, who aro 15 months old, will arer. After tho gate near town rive Thursday and be domiciled at the o other night. Noticing that the democratic county Tho Senate paed tho A. M. on the same road was abandoned, Jas. parsonage. committee will meet county court day bill providing for tho payment to Hea.unout legaii to collect toll In an Dr. II. C. Morrison is reorted as ia April, to determine the way and tho college of (1 ler cent. Interest on Improvised shanty In sight of town saying that since his susjumsion from ' time of selecting our democratic nomi during tho day and vacating at night. nees, and feeling interested In the welThe Senate passed tho bill making On Friday morning ho found a notice the Methodist ministry 3,000 new have been gained for his fare and success of tho party, I offer women eligible for tho olllce of school on the door informing him that a posse Whereupon the Richmond Ad- tho following suggestions for considertrustee and allowing them to vote li would wait on him if he collected any vocate says that all tho Methodist edi- ation: elections for school trustee. more toll, no at once resigned tho tors will try to get themselves susWe all see that the coming camMr. Force's objecNotwithstanding and A. T. Anderson, pended. One of the surest ways of paign is ono in which we may win, proof Its unconstitutionaltion on account has taken his place. It remains to bo making a man popular Is to persecute vided we use that caution, care and ity, the bill to gerrymander the State seen how long uTink" will hold the him. Hence It Is that many are so rea- prudence, which is almost absolutely In tho Interest of tho republican party fort. dy to cry ''persecution" whenever any noccssary in every well regulated elecwas ordered to its second reading by a It Is hoped that Hev. Sam Jones will one objects to what they say and do. tion. Our chances for success rest vote of 34 to 2d. bo heard by many, when he on largely with our county committee, and It has already become necessary to "Sawslety" and that much lectureswill Baptist Recorder. good Rev. W. E Grinstead tells us that the this committee can not be too careful, attention to absentcoUm at Frank- 1)0 dono toward remodeling and call bring fort by Introducing a resolution provid- ing alwnit a radical change In every Methodist meeting will continno till as they must arrange so as to present next Sunday night at any rate and per- us with candidates who will confront ing that members of the Legislature part of social life by abrogating tho haps longer. He is now assisted by the enemy with a thoroughly organiza good excuse who are ubfont without new and instituting tho old habits, shall forfeit their per diem for the time fashions and customs, when the ieoplo Rev. W. M. Davidson, of Ohio, a Pres- ed nnd well united party. byterian, who claims to bo a reformed At tho last meeting of the committee abie lit. enjoyed themselves and were free from drunkard, and by Revs. L. L. Pickett, i it was proposed that the committee toTho INTKIHOK Joi'llNAL has given the tyrannical dictation of a few cor- Ben Helm and Andrew Johnson, and gether with men from each precinct vital thrusts rupt and immoral individuals, aud the they make things exceedingly lively. whom they might the choose to assist them up to the present, time are unpar-rle- bombastic prating of tho hyocrIte, Mr. Davidson is a good talker and tho select and name the that candidaies. But threat- who refuses to recogonlze those who aro others are well gifted In that line, so though tho Courier-Journseems to me this Is not a feasiblo until better than he, by declaring that Inrth there is no lack of oratory. Tho num- it ens to continue a running retreat plan, as it would give more or less rcom the INTKIUOU JOUKNAI gets tired. sexes aro equally responsible for any ber of conversions increases dally. for complaint, and for disaffection. The evidence that would show whether immoral and unchaste conduct, and if tho nominations are made The "Midway" at the Tennessee in this way the press of Kentucky, which U practi- that where separation has been made, there is bound to be a kick cally unanimous In condemning the as far as possible and penitence is fully Centennial is called "VanltyJ Fair," as it already rejwrted that some of the Courier-JournaIs the under dog in manifested, they should be forgiven and it is an olio of oddities of surpasscommitteemen have pledged to certain tho light with the hitter, would be according to the teachings of tho Book ing merit. Everything is new under candidates, making it obvious that their the sun. and even tho cyclorama "Bat- opponents will complain of Inspiration. found easy enough If tho Courier-Journof unfair play tle of Gettysburg" has a nunilKjr of would make some reliable referAnother leveo on the Mississippi side new features introduced. There is tho and maybo knife the nominees In the ences to the condition of Its subscripis now pour- Palace of Illusions, the Haunted Swing, ilnal election. tion list In Kentucky and tho south- has broken and a torrent Then let us nominate in a way that is ward, as compared with that of two or ing through a crevasse six miles below the Giau'.SeeSaw, Electrical Wonders. unquestionable as to its honesty and Miss. It is feared this will Chinese Theatre, Cuban Village, Vethree years ago. That would end tho Tunica, fairness. Say for instance by the Cairo, Chinese Woodford plan, ns to the status of tho Irre- prove the most destructive of all the netian Canal, Streets-ocontroversy which consists of a simpressible conlllet between tho people breaks. Thousands of refugees are Village, Shoot the Chute, Scenic Rail- ple house to houso ballot, giving tho huddled together on the levees for way, Gorman and Col. Boone with the and their once friend, but now Implacand local aid is far from su ind- trained lions, bears, dogs, etc., always humblest democrat a chance to express able enemy. As to tiring, that Is a miles himself, tho committee solecting two question for tho future, although there ent. Two levees also gave way on make a hit. They have a splendid lo or three of tho best citizens in each side two miles south of cation, and as a show are unexcelled. are many who think when the Courier-Journ- tho Arkansas school precinct to carry a ballot box to bedecks Itself with Its plumes Helena. Other levees near there may The next meeting of tho Kentucky every house, ruling it similar to a priany moment. The suffering of victory it will be on tho political islo give at Educational Association will bo held at mary election, and allowing all known along the St. Francis river Is descrlb-a- s of St. Helena. Howling Green Courier. Bowling Green Juno 20th and 30th, and democrats to vote, could not help but appalling. July 1st. The Mammoth Cave and the glvo entire satisfaction. Should tho Tho supreme court of Indiana has afTho great establishments of Harry firmed the sentence of tho lower court Roscnbaum, dealer in cloaks and ladies' newly discovered Colossal Cavern will committee select the candidates, no in tho Hinshawcase, and tho preacher garments, and Georgo F. Otto & Co., be visited. The Tennesseo Centennial difference how patriotically they act will serve his scntenco of life Imprison- dealers in carpets and tapestries, at will be In full blast at this time, and, there will bo somo to dissent and to ment for tho murder of his wife, unless Cincinnati, wore entlroly destroyed by since it is only two hours' ride from question tho fairness of their action, tho governor pardons him. Tho opin (ire, the Immense stone buildings in Bowling Green, an opportunity will bo but what is dono by a majority of tho voters is bound to give entire satisfac ion is a sarcastic arraignment oi which they wore located suffering to- - given to visit this great show after the nils In tlio evi- tal demolition in the conflagration, aud tho court At association. The railroads will give tion. Then let us hit upon some plan, for tho crime, referring least $2."0,000 was wiped out by the tho usual low fares which will bo short that will Insure harmony, allowing ev dence a motive cry man who has heretofore affiliated to his supposed intimacy with a certain Haines, nothing being saved from the ly announced. with tho party, whether ho be silver young woman. destruction. A young lady called at tho Barde-tow- n or gold democrat lo vote, and I fully Nobles has been sentonccd to Mrs. and falling to get tho bollovo wo can cxpoct for our reward a John Harrington, a traveling sales was found on tho streets in Louls-Till- e hang this month at Joffcrsouville, Ga., letter she expected, sighed deeply. A democratic victory next November that man, Neunconscious with a doep wound in for murdering her husband. Her drummer with tho usual amount of gro accomplice is billed to depart by cheek, although a stranger to tho lady, will bo most gratifying to all concernlalur-ohis head. Ho is probably fatally ed. "Demochat." a week It Is thought he was sandbagged. the hempen liue smoke, later. or cin- ventured the remark: "Sigh on poor No dust Comkout. A Tennesseo exchange introduces a heart, but do not break." The lady Incomi,akaiilk.T1io service on tho ders on Queen & Crescent Routo limit- quickly responded with indignation: dead delinquent subscriber to St. Pefer ed trains South. Rock ballast. Superb "Think on, poor fool, but do not aa follows: "Crock Hoods died last Queen & Crescent fast trains South trains with every comfort. Fast time fapeak." Tho drummer took a back night owing this paper for 10 yoArs' sleep-erThrough Pullmun drawing room day coaches and tho short line from Cincinnati. seat aud for tho tlrst time in 10 years subscription. It Is reported that ho Standard vedtlbuled D. 13. Martin, now geueral passenger smoking rooms.) hie-gawas silent for a full quarter of a min- said just before he pegged out that ho (lavatories aud felt llko ho was floating upward. No aud olworvutlou cars. agentof tho Big Four, will take sorvico ute. cafe, parlor 13. c O. April 15. He has Heavy snows blockaded railroad traf- doubt of It. Crock had got so low hours Cincinnati to Flori- with tho Twenty-fou- r been with the Bee Line and tho Big fic in Colorado, Wyoming, and South down that ho had to slide up hill to get or to Now Orleans. W. C. Hinkak-SO- Four da for.30 years. Dakota. Into perdition." gcn'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, Q. y, law-abidi- STANFORD FETCHLE WILLIAM SHELTON. The Second C0LLEG6. President. Cata- Sevrfon of 1300 97 For fill information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New logue. Address, MKS NANNIE S. SA.UFLEY, Lady Stanford, OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. Ky. f" cmsFfmcesTI rt--.i rails isrnncn ami oilier foals, also all kinds of Feeds sold at the fol lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. I .Til Coal Fron? 7c to III M l-2- c, 1 w, ffll Ml (i i $v M III :: .- I At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from 30 to 35c per bushel. Oats from 30 to 35c per bushel. Hav, 10 to COc per 100 pounds. Millet. 55c our 100 lbs. Straw, .tflc. r nVi HlQ .. I SIlllMlnfT .vi, in--i uou iuu ma. w,.....fi., fllnnn. innil,, v urn1 uuun. n: our inn 103- 1,i e Ki'di iuu "" of all constantly on hands Ca and see us heforo onvinir. stock 11- M v J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. pur-mh- SPECIAL SALE Notice To Moth ers And Ladies ! re-uni- x C-- BEAR THIS IN MIND: AVe will Sell i. The Legislature. Children's toll-gat- n, ShirtSBfouseWaistsifSizes Fifty, 75c and 1 goods for t Col-leg- sub-sorlbc- M -- Only 25 Cts. Remember this day only. We also have an elegant line of io-sltl- CHILDREN'S Which we are selling LOWER SUITS. Til AX EYER. 1M1 J. L fflinr J O ILJ Beyond comparison in Material, Fit, Make and Price. Look, $7.50, $10 and $12. TS 9 Courlcr-Journalso- d, al Fo-insta- The finest selection and best made for $1. Remember the day and date. Hats, Shoes and Xeckwear. Sli.irts - l, al Frohman & Co., THE GLOBE, Ky. Danville, M f UnDGHCAKinG BY VA al Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice ra J. C. M'CLARY, 4 Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky I uin-sha- w, 11 H. G. RUPLEY, -- post-offi- ce THE MERGMANT TAILOR -- d. Is, Receiving his- - SFRtNGAND SUMMER GOODS. and Perfect Goods Warranted a Kit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. I a. 1ifafrt&tfM&fjMtifo - r&-nE rosuigv tn ur BT THE HADING EU51H155 THE 9REAT EASINESS TRAINING SCHOOLXJF THE SOUTH. - JtoMtAA'ySfflJ7M&yy&mttTfMt0 xjjtjJ CZt' 277) rAttrJ&tfJlU&J'Jtf''fiafia' munohos or gwduatb notoma RlCTMtHOtD COUNTRY, ' vcntioncqursk wants?. tfrttltfflttlrt-?iM-t K.W-- U. ,4. T . ftAf ..& -- y 1Ltt-- 't w s M mwT' f fXilp-yf- '".jglBll"lS!yJ" " ' ' ""'V ' t '? iv- - !- -' t , largo number of his constituents have signed an indignant demand for his scheme of Hunter Friday in tlmo immediate resignation, saying that to checkmate it. It was to Ret gome thev utterly and entirely repudiate one to voto for Senator Martin, hoping him and that his presence In the Legthat in tho confusion that would inevi- islature humiliates and insults them. tably follow Hunter would bo elected. Besides Baird, there are two other dir Tho boltocrats on hearing of it refused ty traitors in the Legislature, whoso to vote, and so did the six Boyle repub- constituents ought to give tlicm a licans, though tho democrats promptly roast. Thoy are Norman and Stuart, answered to their names. The quorum ; and there ought to be some way to kick was broken, however, tho ballot show- them out, If they havn't got decency ing but 5o for Hunter to 7 for Davie. It enough to get out. is claimed that tho reason tho silver IK the agony of disappointment and democrats are opposed to presenting who has support- disgust the Louisville Times cries out: King of Jerusalem and the republican the name of Martin, .. .tll.-tfOne ..I ..1.1 ... K. . nwntfr. ed Blackburn, though ho is a gold liy Sliuum u ins ..n... .vunuti.. tn ........ nominee for Senator. Answer: other democrat, is that they could not pre Mm Stumtn'rt dilatorv nassairo of the was Godfrey do Bouillon and tho sent an unbroken front, tho members tariff bill before we have MeKlnley is Godfrey (in) do Bouillon. (Tako it of the IJrd district threatening to voto prosperity ?" Promises like pie crusts easy). In his speech on the tariff question for Hunter If his name was sprung, nro easily broken, dear brother, and Saturday It was agreed that there you wlll learn after awhile that repub-shoul- d Hon. Benton McMlllln was so unkind be no election, as many of tho ncan promises, like tho party Itself, as to refer to the days when President members wanted to go home, so the aro a delusion and a snare to those who McKinlev and Speaker Heed urged ballot was a mere formal affair, each tac thera seriously that sugar be placed on the free list. This thlnir of digging up tne inconsist candidate receiving uuiono vuiu. It is doubtful if Gov. Bradley ofever encies of our public men will sooner or Is a creat effort among certain Therethe r mill TTnntni" nfT. tho' said it. but If ho did it is one t i.i rnll..-nilater cause the formation 01 a bocieij that1 best of tho many good things that he for the prevention of cruelty to politi as usual he begs for time and says -. he "as sam. it is romiu u,k or at furthercst Attorney cians. will make his grand coup, but he has ed what he thought about e News Briefly Told promised this so often that it has be- - General Taylor for United States 1111 ho reulied: "Well, if he can pass ator, a chestnut. The election to I. G. Case, a Fayette tobacco raiser, ,.. Mm ..... w. . examination, in ue .1 i;iiuai;u Lliu vueuuuv ......,.,i kij mw lontli nf.thn civil service is missing. Senator Salyers occurred yesterday for him." Those who know the astute A Graves county man killed 1 17 squirand ho hoped to pull his man, Capt. individual will more readily appreciate rels out of 12:1 shots. Atkeson, through, although tho dis- the suggestion. bicycle contest Shock won tho trict was 500 democratic. D. Milt Ha- - The peace maker will get his reward at Washington by covering 1,(570 miles. gan Is the democratic candidate and Is in- -rut .... t...-- . .14.1 1Jit 1kll1t lrtktl llllt school . iiiiuuLiff u'ti. oviii iti"ti t end of the wiv- Lexingtonparents ofteachers have to a strong Blackburn children before pohot notify the ho is therefore awaited wUh intermit them. whipping Kcr in "ineso iuw gruuuus ui cm ui seems to be the determination to try a The Blanc brothers, both under 20, sorrow." Another proof in point ocnew deal if Hunter is not elected withcurred In Marshall county last week. were executed at LuFayotte, La., for in a day or two, but as he will again W. L. Nowlin, a Baptist preacher, murder and robbery. control the caucus, it is said ho will Rev. Thomas Boswell and his wife letters at One hundred uncalled-fo- r heard name a man who is personally as objecIn to stop the Washington for McKinley, who Is not quarreling. He went tionable to Gov. Bradley as himself. row and got a knife into his vitals for known there It seems. Iflooks very much like there will bo The tinners of Atlanta are on a pains. no election and it is hoped that tho his day, i'2 strike. They demand a firco will soon end. It is a costly one Editor Louis Landram says he day and pay for overtime. for tho Stato and wlll result in no good took charge of the Lancaster Record Two Negroes were lynched near whntornp. two years ago, with 5 cents less than Jonestown, Miss., for murdering and Frankfort, Aprilo. The ballot to-- nothing to start on and has held his robbing two white men. day was only a formal affair. No elec- - Q whlch Is doing remarkably well Fire destroyed a fine building at onnsirtRrlnir the times. Bro. Landram Chattanooga, causing a loss of two lives that he will be elected this week. is giving his patrons a good paper and and projwrty worth $100,000. The republican majority in the low- ought not to be under the necessity of Four members of the Borrego gang er House of Congress can not be too be- - complaining of a lack of patronage. were hanged from the same scaffold at r, vereiy conaemneu lur us ,uuui u luiumi. making a feint Santa Fe, N. M., for murder. ., , . The republicans are .i n i i tho tako Tho banks pe.to fulfill their promises to reduce the supreme courtwill the U.their case tohave Sonu a'lcmg r t S. and of of the State by presenting pie, but It I. to be commended on Its oxpenaa so. to bills to cut the saarles of .11 offlcjj employed Judge W. S. Pryor in do to do what It set out to ac hous Nearlvall the window glass ' the cut will not affect compllsh. In two weeks it passed the but Mo., were broken by tholr successors who will bo demo es in Mt. Vernon, weighed from a half Dlngley high tariff bill, when it took ' h!eh hailstones which Is regarded as a joke In the large democratic majority in the emts, it to a pound. will hardly concur, Senate 54th Congress nearly Its whole term, to HuL'h Miller, who was convicted of agree to tho Wilson bill', which was We Uo not know you now but wo arson 24 hours after his arrest, was sen even then a very unsatisfactory fultill- - wouW like t0 know you know whether tenced in New York to '20 years' Im ment of tho platform promises of the the fuct that HeprCsentatlve Baird has prisonment. party, while tho country was kept in a frone ov(Jr to nuntcr iiad any conncc-atat- o Tho house in which Jefferson uavis of uncertainty and suspense. The oQ with t,mt o)Ter 0f $10,000 mude him was born is being taken from Fairvlcw difference between the two parties is lagt wlmer to Uo s0. Can anybody to Nashville as one of the exhibits cf the republicans have confidence in f()m us whether it j.g a clibQ 0f cause the exposition. their leaders and follow wherever they q effcctA lot of boys played hanging ieau. cvury uviuuuriiu ecuius iu unnn. and Jackson at Kokomo, Ind., and he is the only pebble on the beach and POLITICS 0110 of them was cut down just in tifno suggests by his acts that if anybody has to save his life. Col. Fred Grant, a son of his father, to do the following it will not be him. Death has at last released Naomi 01 Tho. fnrtlmr trouble with the democrats has declined to be assistant secretary Siminson, aged SO, who has been con too Is that thoy have no leaders upon war. Hopkinsville Lunatic AsyBenjamin Buttcrworth, of Ohio, has fined in the whom they can unite with confidence, 42 years. lum for of while the republicans seem to have been appointed commissioner Lightning struck and killed one of of raeu to lead, such as they are. ets. near 11 convicts chained together Andrew D. White was nominated to Waynesboro, Ga. Tho others were not It Is claimed that a reduction in the be ambassador to Germany and Gen. seriously stunned. salaries attached to certain offices will Draper to Italy. A New York company takes tho ene lower the standard and cause them to Postmasters who were appointed of Louisville bonds, paying tilled by incompetent men, but it tor the resignation of relatives who tire issue $107.77 per $100 of face value. There docs not hold good. At least in the Were democrats will be ousted by tho are $553,000 of them. face of tho probable reduction, nearly administration. The engineer, five Negro deck hands every man now holding office Is a canThe Mountain Boomer, published at were Most of the sal- - Jinrlan C. H., has suspended after ti and perhaps several others dldate for sinking of tho steamer drowned by the arics are too high and out of proportion whole month's effort to survive, Ala. value of the servlco rendered election has been ordered Griggs, near Columbia, to tho a primary Bank Bobber Kellihnn, who helped and tho remuneration other people get to be held In tho Madison district May ti, ii.inlf nt Sherburne. Minn., and for their labors. Since the salaries of 29 to select a candidate for judge and killed two men, was found guilty of judges were increased there has been no Commonwealth's Attorney, ' murder In tho first degree. mprovement In the personnel of tho Fourth Assistant Postmaster n phy- Dr. J. . II. Walton, . a Tn fact the court of anneals nl Hrlstow Hwuntrhls ax for the first i . """'-i...i ..i -" sloian oi uuouquo, u., as now constituted Is far below Its av- tlmo Friday. He made US new Chicago, Sunday erage and constantly getting worse ov- masters, butjonly four of these Involve' cldo In Lincoln Park, ...... .. i eumng ma t... u Lincoln count) , removals. en with the $1,500 increase of salary. A tornado swept over county adopted Boltcrnta of Bourbon Tiip.ur is cumulative evidence that a resolution urging all members of the Ark., killing three people, Injuring a the glanders scare is a cunningly de- party In that county to tako no part In ' great many others and doing enormousand plantation propervised scheme of certain owners In the conventions or primaries of any damage to farm over river counties to dispose of tholr surplus equlnes at a good profit to tho 0tDanbury?Conn., people have como ' Bankrupt Spain 1ms 37,000 troops In State, since they can not do so to han- to their senses. Last fall they gave the Phllllplnes, 0,000 In Porte .Rico . --dlers or users. A bill is before tho McKinley 800 majority. At tho mu- - 200.WW in uuoa ami i- -, Legislature to pay $50 a head for the nlclpal election last week democrats a total of 370,000 men and boys under military pay. animals and kill thera, when they could were elected.by good majorities. doubtless be bought at that much n Congress- -' Tho Kentucky republican dozen to bo used for hog feed, even if raon are trylng'to get together on some Join eiij oi lnB on his bicycle, ran into a Ncgio no dlseaso existed. sort of. an agreement as. to the distrlbu- - nn,i wn thrown violently from ma i . ?. , . . oral pa ronago in u,o rom H. CLAY EVANS, of Tennessee, is at tlon of t ic hcol , - State. They havo.made no slate yt reaping the usufruct of his "sacrila.t flees and devotion" to tho republican' Tho president is takfng care of his A report on the accounts of Milton party. Ho Is drawing pay as coramis- - neighbors. Ho has sent Judge Day, of SmUh th0 iut0 city treasurer of special envoy to Cuba, sioner of pensions, and is prepared to Canton, 0.,-aG ct0.n 8hoWH a shortage of off the doors of tho treasury to when Fitz Leo can tell him all that it wftthinir has been heard from rvstii r i t nrrniia " iu iftmii is undeserving pensioners. iov i. your is ueeessui-- j.aaA n.iu uuuu Smith since his llight, February 20. time, deserters, camp followers and there. Hawaii has 31,000 native Hawalians, cotlee coolers. Every mother's son of AUUITITIONAL LANCASTKU. ',000 Japanese, 20,000 Chinese,TT lf,000 aitmi!,.,,, p.nnrirn hiis ourchascd a one- nun i?et a nension now. vnn o rnn . ..II t i nawau-- i immn wv.- Portuguese, o,i)uo L.ll u I... , , . ,...r.wt l. !... oa .nnnir montl.. ' ang jiW Americans, n.inn xtriiisu aim uuuf l uviv I n t hll LlinClltitCr planing o '""j " -- ,ou n.i.l.l. iiikkk uu3 ucuuaiAiu nrm things ...said of Gum Shoe. Hunter as any 1 500 Germans, and yet the ropubllcans MUIb and they now run under trie ...10 .1 .TT.i.i oiates. nuiuu ui T miunl A'. OnOrL'C. nlllnn nml .....,t..,l w umw, ". nl o man wno ever iim wunt to annex u uieKunueu , .1 Wnnln Collier anu vurrio .t... tnnfinMt have been said, bv papers ; accrciary uugu i. - -- 7 luu "v" nartv. The Frankfort Cap-iiuo uuuuuuceu tuuti .uiooiis ,t Mu ram comply with the provision of Currey havo returned from a visit to ltal of Satnrday literally flaya hlra he will the Dlngley bill for tho retention of relatives and friends in Frankfort. alive. whom the demoof Daviess county elected to tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL crats Legislature, and who has renounced democracy and gone over to Hunter and 6, 1897 the republicans, whether from tho hope Ky., Stanford. or promise of pecuniary reward, is not recorded, ought to have at least as W. P. WALTON. ranch respect for himself as Judas and go and hang himself. A Traitor Baird, April Tub democrats discovered a deep-lai- d I samples of merchandise Imported under orders given subsequent to April 1. Ho rewill do this under a section of tho vised statutes. There are people who fall to understand why Mr. Dingley should seek to provido for $100,000,000 of revenue when the deficit amounts to but It Is quite likely that Mr. Dlngley is trying to make plain sailing for tho pork hunting Congressmen. Wllloughlcy, Hill & Co., one of tho Chicago firms that Introduced Mexican dollars as an object lesson to bo placed In their show windows last fall, have been closed by tho sheriff. Their creditors will be fortunate If they got paiddollars. Hopklnsvlllc Kenin tuck kin. T.lk-i- . Tobo Grlder's show this from tho Covington Commonwealth Is so bad It Is really good: A riddle for students of history and romance: What Is the difference between tho first Christian $25,-000,00- T."io Although slio loads htm by tho noe, I'll rather losa my guoss Unless, when first ho did propose, Sho caught him by tho "Yes." Chlcngo Journal. An Original AOIrmntlTO. TREMENDOUS, REDUCTION IN ?M 0. i:ay Tiwk Apparently. Odious Oliver Kf I had do right sort of job I'd go to work. Mouldy Mike You B'priee me, Olllc. Wot sort o' job would you work at? Odious Oliver I'd like to be in one o' dem places where dey "do do rest" for nmmyloor photographers. N. Y. World. Saturday? I suppose you had some thing better to do? Admiring Visitor (nervously) No, 1 assure you. On the contrary, it was worse. London much something Punch. llich Morality, Upton Do you know thnt telegraph linemen hnve a higher moral standard ti.nn ordinary folks? on PRICES. - special mTnngcincnl wo arc now in position to lIo.tcTiMn?,J;uco..,otouH10' cubtomors it reduction of about 13y oiVor 50-ce- nt AJ9 wmm CSOT wi 1 On all purchasos made at our store. m tti-i.- J Lowe No; why so? Upton They nro more ensily shocked by evrrent events. Demorest's Magazine. A Now llrved. Dog Fancier Yes, madam, I have all kinds of dogs here. Is thcro any particular breed you wish? Old Lady (who reads tho papers) Oh, anything that's fashionable Loin mo seo an ocean gmyJiound. N, Y. Weekly. Too Much of HOW IT IS DONE BY THE COUPON SYSTEM. coupons are redeemable at our store in I Vo give each customer making a CashJ Purchase at our store a coupon to the value of 10 per cent, of the amount of their purchase, whether it is 10 cents or $100. These - s .- - to-da- y, Sen-com- 1. I - . a? get-th- discovered that tho lata McMuggins was ovcrlnsured. How can that be?" "Among his papers they found documents showing that he was n member of five churches." Chicago Tribune. Oh. These Girl! "I have an idea that she'll marry him." "Hut do you think he's quite ready to propose to anyone yet?" "I don't know: but his intentions won't mako any difference unywuy if sue wants mm. unicugo t'ost. Not So Sick us Sho Might lie. Old Lady There, throw away that cigarette, little boy. It makes iim bIcIc to see a boy like you smoke. Ocxxl Thlnff. "They lwivo Silverware. "Which we mark down in price 20 to !0 per cent, less than its ordinary retail value. By this means our tomers secure an average discount on their general chases of from 20 to 'A0 per cent, ami at the same secure an elegant and useful household necessity. We Yes. ma'am; but I'll bet Little you'd "bo sicker If you smoked ono Hoy Guarantee the Silverware To he full plated amlf equal to any thing in the market. Call at our store and see these beautiful goods. Demorest's Magazine. A War Kollc. cane, "That's a curious-lookincolonel. Is it a memento of the war?" "Yes. It was made from tho hollow log 1 occupied during the battle of Lookout mountain." Cincinnati Eng j ourself. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UKHANSKY A CO , Puoriinn-oRs. quirer. eye A Useful ICule. T. D. KANKY, Manaokh. Emi- 7, "They say it calms the mind to let the l'ftris, Carlisle, Ml. Sterling Hnrdhtown, Lawrenceburj;, Cynlhhnn. VurwUllcs, rest on the distant horizon." nence, Georgetown, Hlixabcthtown, Frankfort, and Mauokport, Ind. "That's a fact; when 1 see a man to whom I owe money it always quiets me to look steadily into the distance." Chicago Kecord. No Doubt suln Lady Customer real Ceylon tea? About IU Are you surd this la PAINT.BJDrLEAD. Ilcyoml do ibt wo have " WclMnforned Young Salesman Certainly, madam. Mr. Ceylon's name is on every package. N. Y. Tribune. encouragement? Father WeU, I suppose it amounts to that. He called It a loan, however. Detroit Tribune. or Courtn Not. Aunt Maria IJut why didn't yotising out when ho attempted to kiss you? "Why, you know, auntie. I never can sing without my notes." nostoti Transcript. lly Another Name. Daughter Did jou give Charley any tholct Ilcmlymlxed Paint on ihe market. ' 0IL$, VKni$r3G$, (J0L0K$, At L iwo't Caslt Price?. in-th- at . CRAIG cS HOCKER. - Wal-Hii- L' I D0RS9YNo.GOLDDUST saii;, that soil for ci'iisoii II. I'riNlueerof combined anil KuMcrii liorur I pat-plen- ty ; ing colt. A a living colt. t Tkn Dot.iaiw to ltisiirt u livmi jack. Koscoo. nt .1 to Insuro lifis produced u buy:in- good price, will tmiko w jmn-i'i- it ) eliiss of combined horMs tliat attract ers anil bring good jirioos. rrgardle-o- f Rm. Ifcirsoy Coldihist r. itnin. - u'-b- ( PIANOS ANJM)HGAN8. Deckur llro-t'- . I'I:umw, llalnes Urns'. 1'lanos Ellington riimos, I). II. Ilaldwln Pianos, risoher Pianos c. I it Estey Organs, Ilanillton Organs and otliur Makes. See my Goods and Get Mv Prices Iloforo you 10 W. T. WHltE. Crab Orchard. lluy. The Queen Washing Machine. Queen means Siqwrior to hll Wo claim for tho Queen Wnflicr: First, Thnt jt will out last nny other. Second, That it will wnh from the finest to the conrscst clean and will not tenr clothes. Third, That it will wash as c can as you can with washboard. lf to Fourth, That you can do the work iu three fourths less time. Fifth, Thnt as was remarked by one usinc tho Queen, when asked if it would nrc time nnd Tabon 'Jt about ruts oil tho vnliing part " Prlco, f 3 00. Call and sco it. ft one-ha- Gener-inrili.lnf- v. well-know- Dwelling Houso on Duiivlllu Street. Stanford, Ky., containing Nino ltooms and Cellar: with all outbuildings wanted. Cistern nml two Hydrants. Tho alxivo iniH!rty is In tho best repair. Call on j. ii. 1IIGGIX?, Ptaskouii, Kv,. a FOR SALE o ! STORE ROOM to HIGGINS & MoKINNEY. THE SLUCQIIA3S KKRD " , ....... S, .! FOB W. On Mtin Street, Stanford, Ihoroujttrsd Duroc Jersey &ES B0BSf . m EE3STT. Apply P. WALTON. Mjr brretlcn were trlrctoil from the liest liprilsof cftlil. liiiniiiis tin-w- l ofiwliio In novr ral Statva. A fur Bile Hrcl iiliiiilli lot orpigsof illlli-reii- t k SallnfactlotigiiaranletHl. Correal. kiwi n Iuii(leiii lulicltol. Aililrcu Sfederate Veteran. NASHVILLC, TENN. ., Twp.SamplMi R. H. BRONAUQH, Cru'ijOrcliaril, Kjr. Doors, Sash and Blinds, it-X-T: s ...-.- '"" orFICIAI.t.Y KBPRKSBNT3 ! nan-orce- 1 1 1 1 United Confederate Veterans, United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Sons, and other Organizations. ,St.OO Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding,. Ceiling, Shingles,;Eto. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at. closer prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through, the, planer and sized. one side-- i I ..., r.... ... I mi., v.. -- Four Twp-Co- nt SUijip. Boxing dressed all seasoned stock. J 8. A. CUNNINGHAM.' Special Rudoction Iu Clut with tliU Papcn A. C. SINE; - - Stanford; kv aoiM .W5p4jU irtmi irilrrtiiirtSrta t jjMLjr'An 4sAmav,. tti u.n.1 jbt&mtLj: vt 4 - 9, ".. nr" yg T T 9 f"' r muiii i .i,wjnfff THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., April 6, 1807 , color Iuwiih Sovornneo it Son. Fast Ho; line dimities (He. 11 ' LOOK at clotllinir at 1. K(!Viriinij A: Son's beforo buying. l'L'iti: Muple Sugar, lii eta pound. Wnrren cheap. fc Shanks. St .' ', ..., ... a...... '.... oi.ij uuuuts mm tmruun oceiis all kinds at Warren St Shanks. lliniircnn ..n,t, ..,..l,.i .,- -! Call at my stablo for sacks. JMtf i I I. M. .'Bruce. 01 Carriage , Hio lino of Htovea just received Fan-i- s MILLINERY OFENINO.- -A patterim, hats and bonnets Friday and K. C. Walton, Uusi.vr.sa Manaoi:k. Saturday, 0th and 10th. Mrs. Kate HEAVY rains fell Saturday night and HUM ANT new eulT 'links, Opera Duddcrar. Sunday, washing away much land and guards, shirt waist sets, studs, ect. Ai.aiiastini:, the great wull finish, Danks. MY millinery goods are now open and swelling all the water courses out of Is made in l.'l different colors. Every ready for your examination and pur their beds, but yesterday was clear color is In atoolc now at l'onny'H Drug Wf. aro oiTorlng carpets and mat- chase. "Call at ouceaud do both. Mrs. and windy with the dust Hying and lin' Store. tings at attractive prices. Severance . A. McKlnney. ing people's eyes. This Indeed is a . & Son. great country. Fair, cooler, Is tho PERSONALS. WKaro receiving two car loads of now. Evi'.RYHODY Invited to the opening buggies, carriages and road wagons M. S. BaughmaN went to Cincinnati Friday and Saturday at Mrs. Kato that wero bought for spot cash. Can Friday. FARM AND TRADE, sell lower than any one. B. K. Wear-e- n .Miss Laura Kino is visiting Miss The crop of lambs in this county is & Son, opp. CORTRUIMT tin shingles make the Annie Straub. very lino this year. um hole agent for Lincoln Louis- best roof. Mil. Mack Huffman wont to Siiixi' - Killing Dogs. Jesse C. The 2:15 list of trotters contains the county. A. C. Sine. ville yesterday. Lynn had (!0 sheep and lambs killed names of 1(1!) horses. J. 11. H.MliUY, of Nlcholasvillo, was I HAVi: a splendid assortment of fash- and crippled by dogs W. D. King's stable at Burgin burnSaturday night here Saturday. ionable millinery and other goods and Sunday. Ho caught some of the ed and five horses perished. Mil. J. It. Hkkm.NB and Miss Julia which aro offered at the closest margin canines in tho net and pursuing them Stock hogs, .Ti of 100 pounds average, went to Cincinnati yesterday. found that they went to Jim Jones'. for fale. Powell it Harper, Ilustonfor cash. Mrs. A. A. McKlnney. Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, of Ho killed 10 and wounded others In the vllle. :tt. is visiting Mrs. Ed WllklnMm. Tin: Reams, who have a largo nur presence of their owners, who raised Col. Pepper's Woodford county farm JACK Kout is working Madison coun- sery near Kldd's Store, sav that fruit Is no objections. If tho Legislature would of J.TT acres was bought by Roger R. ty in the interest of the McCormack all right so far and tho prospects for a pas a stringent dog law and adjourn, Early at $93. Machinu Co. good crop of peaches are nattering. its other sins of omission and commisFunis it Hardin have bought and Miss Viruklini: Ballard is down sold a number of hogs within the past Joseph McMahan, who sion would be forgiven. Killed. from Livingston on a visit to Mrs. Hot-ti- e 3 owned the last circus that exhibited Unmddus. Sam Jones has been here and gone, few days at to 3c. A lamb with the head of a turkey here, was killed at Wichita, Kas., Sat and has left tho people enough to talk Carlislk, son of Mr. W. M. Myers, of the West End, is very ill of catar urday by a deputy marshal, when he about for a year. Ills lecture was a buzard was dropped in Mercer, but protested against tho arrest of one of conglomeration of wit, wMom and ear- - j " rhal pneumonia. """V0-casSaturday regular annual Miss Lucy Frnninoton, of tho his men. and he kept his audience nearly ... ' ho,'se "how lhy when Fast End, pont several days with Mits Tin: Dayton Laundry makes a spe- always laughing, and sometimes cry mnny llnc aninml uml lwollc Bottle Rochester. cialty of ladles' shirt waists and lace Ing, for fully two hours. ' Mrs. A. B. McKinnky, who has curtains. All work cpiarunteed. Laun At this hour it is too late to give even wl" ChIttB been visiting her daughter in Jelllco, dry gathered up on Mondays and Tues- a synop,ls of tho lecture, which must ' Association has th t'?tUte "f Is!ltlC M,u;,,hy' returned yesterday. be heurd to be fully appreciated. We days. Chas. Greene St I tout. Morelnnd, G,000 'o"8 jockey at Lex.ngton. .1. K. Bush and Harry Baughuan will try to give some of the brightest agents. Olllce In St. Asaph basement. entrance monev in 1801. attended the oratorical contest at L x IKiii.is in our next. Rev. L. L. Pickett f ord bu1n1,,ortfn a le ington Friday night. Won't Leave. rnclo Bailey Arm-strn- Introduced the speaker and made a' ' at .). M. Bronaucii, who has been at who keeps a gate on the Turners-villean- d happy hit in rhyme. The receipts wero L' barreIs of corn paper wiyn the wheat crop In tending tho Cincinnati Dental College, ColTey'sMlll pike, has receiv 41M..10, hardly as largo as they should ,..:... duj-ti- that section is looking well. Is home for the vacation. ed a letter saying If he doesn't vacate have boon, but pretty good for a James Gee, of Herndon, cut a locust MissMinnii: Strauii went up to the gate the house will bo blown up. meeting. tree on his place from which he got20 yesterday to take charge of His answer Is: "I'll leave only when I Iondon Our jieoplo owo Mr. W. B. MoBrido Mrs. Williams' millinery. am blown away." a vote of thanks for his enterprise in pasts. He sold the lot for 40 and got . GiXHlur. Kankin, of Wayne, hponta bringing Mr. Jones here and furnish- several wagon loads of wood. Till! Ivouisvillo Post says there ts a ing them such a Allen & Myers bought of Hudson Itan-kifew days with his brother, T. C. treat. Negro candidate for jailer In Lincoln Page, of Adair, 43 720 pound of tliu Hubble section. Tni& makes near 1,000 HON. B. H. KING, representative (Ms !lt TllKlti: are 10 women school superin- county, but discreetly withholds his name. It may 1m; new but it is not true from this county, was hero yestoidny. Clltle this tlrm has bought of Mr. Page tendents in Kentucky, Lincoln heading by a jugfull. The only Negro candi- Ho was paired with Mr. Hay, of Boyle, the list with Miss Kale Blaln. date we have is Mr. John Johnsing, and said no election would occur before Horse show day here next Monday. Blkd.soi: Bailf.y, who Is attending who aspires to Iw circuit clerk. Wednesday If then. Mr. King has vo- It Is time you had your advertisement buhlne?s college at Lexington, came and cards printed. The Interior home Friday to sjwnd a few days. Scil00l I'rof. E. L. Grubbs' school ted for Hunter from the first and says Boy Host:, of Lincoln county, is has grown In numbers so rapidly that he will continue to do so unless he with- JOURNAL will do both for you In the Mr. best shape. visiting his uncle, Mr. M. M. Hose, and he has invited Miss Minnie Huploy to draws himself or Is pulled on". In that Tom Yeager, the n Danother relatives. Harrodsburg Demo unite her school with his. Sho will event he thinks that Holt stands the ville horseman, has at last got a namecrat. loach the grades taught by Miss best show for a nomination. Yerkes, sake. It Is u trotting stallion by Sul- MR. l'llli. SOUKN has just completed Wright. Tho total number of pupils he thinks, has acted very nicely during march and is owned by Martin Alcorn, tho 'Sh year as an L. Si N. engineer, yesterday was 1.1 and othern nre com- the whole business, but he hardly of Turncrsville. thlnksthat Hunter, who holds the key Leland Moore, of Fayette county, of whom he Is one of tho most opular ing in daily. to the nomination, would permit him oo the road. Counts Is figuring on a $,000 hotel, to be nominated. Should Hunter have has 2'0 acres in wheat, which he thinks Mkssks. W. l Tati:, J. W. Alcorn, He will bring 30 bushels to the acre. J. D. Wcaren, E. W. Spldoll, E. C. a M.000 electric plant, asphalt pave Attorney General Taylor nominated, us has been otlercd T.'j cents for it at harWulton and others are attending the ments, telephones and so on. She will some claim he will, Mr. King thinks vest time, but refused the oiler. likely get tho latter before sho docs tho that there will Ihj further trouble In Liberty court. B. G. Fox sold to C. S. Nield, of Mr. J. S. CtltiMKS and pretty daugh first four and before she Is much older tho land, but Holt or Yerkes could get Grays, a pair of horse ter, of Ellzubethtown, came up Satur- she will be glad of it. Electric lights there on tho first ballot. mules for $17o; to II. A. Hudson a five day to see his mother, Mrs. Martha and telephones are great conveniences, hor&e mule for $".", 10 horses The Ilustonvllle Minstrels gave a year-olbut eoplo lo-- o thought of that when Grimes, and family. capital show, which was irreatly enjoy- ti Atlanta parties at $00 to $110 and a MRS. ANNIK James and children taxes are due. ed by all who attended, and tho?e who harness mare to Dan McCullura for$So. will leave in r few days for Colloyville, Advocate Mil. El) Stago has txiughl an Inter- didn't have been kicking themselves Kas., to s)end the summer with her est in C. C. VanArsdalo's Homing mill ever since for failing to do so. Tho The Advocate says that M. J. Farrls father-in-laMr. doe .lames. and others sold 248 shares of Texas at HuMouvillo and after May 1st the Mrs. Lucy Sanhmksk, of Junction firm will bo C. C. VanArsdale & Co. first i part.. was In the... regular old mln- .., .. . . .. stock to J. W. Burgess, who re .i... Buiniij,uiunM! ui ino curtain uis t City and Miss Mamie Beazley, of Stan- Mr. oougrn, .uu snares at T cxuigio.i Stagg will do tho drumming for closin-- 13 bupif- eni-l- ,.rfUt- - ... .... ceiuiy , m,J . , , . 4, " "" .w.w In " ford, are tho guest of Mrs. Walter S. the firm and will make a good one. Mr. circle. Judge H. R. Cumnltz was In- a --oc a snare, u is uuucrsioou mat Bcazloy. Lancaster llucord. ome of tho Danville tellers doubled W. L. Williams, who was formerly Editok Louis Landram headed a with Mr. V., Is contemplating going terlocutor, while J. B. Adams and S. their money. I). Yowell with the tambourines and A. large delegation from Lancaster to Into the insurance business. Twid-weF. J. Adams and W. S. Huffman with the Tho Naboth mare winchSi".-- B. hear Sam Jones. Crab Orchard and sold not long ago for changed Hiiiitoiivillc weroulso well represented. Tin: "Economical Club" was delight- bones mado excellent end men. Their hands last week at 17.". Her sire is conundrums and joKes were fre.-- h and Mr. Silas Moss and bride were here ed with the entertainment by Mrs. Joe well told and they handled their Instru- owned by J. K. Baughinan, who will Friday night en route to their homo in S. Rice. The ellorts of tho ladles to ments llko veterans. Messrs. Burdclt make the season 'with him again this , Garrard. They had just boon married pin the tail to a donkey on the wall Powell, J. S. Adams, J. B. Adams, A. year at tho low price of 81". Mr. the bride being a resident of Ko.uioke. created lots of fun and the prlzo was. B. C. Dinwiddle, George Dinwiddle. Baughman will stand another stallion, finally won by Mrs. W. A.Trlbble, who Va. Howard Camuit. and A. ,1. Adams each William L., and two good jacks. Fred P. Bishop is a tr.ider from Tilt: Covington Commonwealth says tied with Mrs. R. B. Mahony, and con- sang a song and wero loudly applauded, lie bought in Pulaski and that Dr. J. M. HIlTo has a It jxmndboy. tinued to doso until the ltd "cut" for it. Beeoher Adams Alphabet Dinwiddle He ought to name him after his tine The lunch wui a gem both In composi- being forced to respond to encores. Casey a lot of butcher cattle at 2 to old grand-fatheJesse 1 IlllTe, of this tion and service. "Baby Boy's Bounce" by II. It. Car- 2i; 100 ewes with lambs thrown in at $2 7.) shoats at 2 and a lot of county. Tin: "Lord's Minstrels" are playing penter, George Dinwiddle and W. S. to $2.r0; pound cattle at 4c. Be sold to AlMrs. Nannii: Sauflry Is already dally engagements on the streets and as Huffman provoked much merriment, arranging for an excursion of the stu- tho show Is free and to many both nov- while tho Adams Brothers' musical len ,t Myers a lot of fat hogs at 3, and Bishop a lot of stock hogs at to dents of the Female College and others el and amusing it draws like a sticking sketch showed how gifted they are as 3c. Josiah to tho Tennessee Centennial at tho plaster. Tho minstrels are composed musicians. Tho fact ts the whole famWin. Dupee it Co., of Junction City, eloe of the school. of the snnctltled leaders in tho Meth- ily seems to be gifted in that line, for have shipped during tho past Week over Among the Ilustonvllle coplo who odist meeting, which is now going on in addition to the good work of the GOO eases, or more than 18,000 dozen attended tho show were Mrs. J. B. Ad- its 11th week, and they preach, testify, brothers, two of the sisters, Misses eggs. They were bought In the country ams, Misses Mattle Dinwiddle, Mary sing, shout and laugh in ways that chal- Mary and Frances Adams, executed ex - around Boyle, Lincoln and Casey coun- and Frances Adams, Nannie Kennedy lenge attention, if not admiration. cellently a very ditlleu't duet on tho pi ties, at from OJe to 7ea dozen and shipand Bottle l'owoll and Mr. J. 1. Harp- Tho company sees tho salvation army ano. Trie Auamw family ought to go ped to Cincinnati. It Is thought the er. on the road. They are long ways ahead firm has shipped over 100,000 dozen and goes It several times better. Mrs. K. D. Kennedy got her foot of a majority of tho traveling shows. during the past month. Advocate. caught in tho carpet tho other day The Danville St Crab Orchard turn- Tho Ilustonvllle Quartette gavo a num Mr. J. S. Grimes sold this week a and as she fell, caught at a table. pike stockholders elected J. S. Bosloy, ber of well rendered songs, as did the ear load of very tine export cattle aver She missed tho hold and dislocated her J. S. Owsley, Si, D. F. Logan, A. E. Double Quurtctto, which proved that aging over 1,450 pounds. This was one shoulder, which Is giving her great Hundley, J. L. Totten and J. II. McAl-Ist- Hustonville has a great deal of musical of the best loads of cattle that has been pain. directors. This Is a talent going to waste. "Tho Myster- shipped this season. Tho prlco paid Mrs. Ckcelia Eitinghauskn all around. Mr. Totten, who is a rela ious Darkey" by A. B. C. Dinwiddle, was 4 cts. Viers & Brashear, Sonora, and Mifad Dolly B. Williams are tive of Gov.. Bradley, held tho State C. L. Pruittaud Eugene Carpenter was sold two carloads at 4 cts. The Wells v tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. Leo IIutT-ma- proxy. Of tho 2,117 shares, 1,800 were anothor mirth provoker, while tho con- of Lexington, wero tho purchasers. Mrs. Bailey has just returned voted. Tho directors qualified and cluding "Darkey Ball and Cake Walk" The cold weather last week did no mafrom u trip to Florida. Lexington elected Mr. Bosloy president and J. J. was us it was claimed to be a real side terial duraagu to tho ieaches in Hardin Leader. McRobcrts secretary. Thcro were no splitter. Tho dancing and walking county. It was reported that a largo A note from Mt. Vernon bays that contests this year like there wero last, wero highly amusing and of tho crop had been killed by tho everything Mrs. L. M. Seroggs entertained a few tho turnpike business having fallen went lovely till Judge Camnlu was pirt freeze, but such is not the case. Ellza- ' friends on Thursday evening In honor somewhat into innocuous desuetude. about to award tho prizes, and then tho bethtown News. ofMlss Edna Courts. Sho recited a trouble began. Women aud men went A pretty good plcturo of John W. choice selection at chapel exercises at Heavy License. Tho city council for their razors and pistols and the big Engloman, son of Mr. Reuben tho college to the great delight of the adopted an ordinance at its last meet- gest general row ensued ever scon In this county, appears in Friday's students. ing to require each life, ro and acci- Stanford. Tho curtain fell on them Louisville Post, which says ho has escarS. L. MIDKIFK, tho dent insurance company oporatlng here lighting, while tho audience couldn't tablished a most creditable record as a riage manufacturer, sulTored a partial to pay a license of $20, and a committee help thinking they did tho pistol busi- successful handler of trotting horses. stroke of paralysis last Sunday even- composed of Messrs. G. L. Penny, J. C. ness "mighty natural like." Miss Mr. Engloman has been engaged by ing, but has nearly recovered. Rich- Florence anu w. &. v anion was up- - Mary Adams, who played the uceompa- - such trotting horso breeders as the Kalmond Register. Mr. MldkitT used to pointed to consider tho advisability of nlmentu, did so splendidly and added amazoo Stock Farm; tho famous Cali- llvo hero, where his wife kept tho Pink taxing other business and occupations. mueh to tho pleasure of tho ovBnlng's forniu Palo Alto Stock Farm; tho SunCotUigo Faith Cure. Peddlers' lieen&o was Increased from entertainment, tho attcnuunco was nyside Stock Farm,' homo of the great VI to $0 a day and from $20 to $3(3 a not as largo as it should have been, but Nolson, 2:091, at WaterviUo, Me.; AshHOME NEWS, year, saloons wcro pcrimucu to open tho boys aro assured that many who land Park Stock Farm, Lexington; tho an hour sooner in tho morning from Robinson Stock Farm, New Eggs for hatching. Danks, jowolcr. April to Oct. 1, that is at 4 o'clock. No saw them pronounce theirs tho best Charles now has charge of tho horses show they have scon In a long time. York, and lino of llahlng tacklo at other business of Importance was trans- Managor C W. Adams has a right to at tho Nock & Bell Stock Farm near Complete acted. bo proud of his 'great aggregation. Louisville. Craig & Hooker's. m m pro-dicti- on Diul-derar'- Hardin. display of nV Ilntl and wagon paints, varnish y . l' SPRING OPENING. Our Spring Stock is tho Largest in Central Kentucky and since our goods wero bought in d lots and for spot cash we are enabled to sell car-loa- Cheaper Than Those Who Buy in Small Lots. Conic in and bo convinced. Our customers get car-loa- d discounts on each article. We defy competiton on all lines we carry, viz: Buggies, Carriages, Harness, Seeds, Bay, Farming Implements, Wagons, Ac. DSTOpposito Coiirt-JIoUStanford, Ky. ", s. B. K. WEAR EN & SCW. Kl TkT court-hous- e. 1 KSi X. Hur-1,'i- n, m Garden Seed. Flower Seed, -- $ vlt JM 7, s Wfl.ll Pfl.nfir T WIVNA w fisnmg- xacKie, "nYTR. .U U X -- m GAT.Tn lk.J-- 1 1 I 1 1 " 1 - I J- s m Get our prices before sending your orders away Vl home TZW Just as cheap at W m I TJ & ITiC". ri1 ,! W. B. MoBOBEETS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. g ""-tonvil- le, -- I r T' "' M!!MMmmmmMMm NEW g, ,J Spring Xcckwear, Fine Quality, Beau tiful Patterns in Bows, Puffs, Scarf5t Four-in-llan- ds n. i-'- -',- and Club Ties. See our line of Gents' Half Hose. Fancy colors again stylish. Large stock fancys, browns and blacks. rct-,l!nll- J m m m H. J. McROBERTS. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is Complete and our well-know- PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. five-year-o- ld MASTICMIXED doubly Is PAINT i guaranteed at d V,;,T3v'raii)Jlrtrf'K.'?a.tlA'k'TKr.ifii:i?.-w- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. while the f;:J&ss p- - 1 I r f -- II SB 1 1 .! I fro Congress of tnese United states Is Making Every ElTort to ll ) ,& Vdvarjce tlpe Price Jvtarjij Qood5 we of pri- - IjpJ In our line (and it will likely do it) ces. are stilt hammering down Tra-dersvlll- e. . r, 1,-2- ijfc Vl Has just returned from the cities and Our Buyer wo are showing a magnificent as- - bortjnent of 3 c? Dry Goods, Carpets, Mattings, tions, Dress Goods, Hats, numerous to No- too fj & 2 Gm Shoes, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves and a thousand other things mention. PLEASE CONSIDER THiS An Invitation to come rihI sco what we can do for you foi CASH. m 4M -- r iR,l,F?zlArJc, wm a mm amm m m. --m a w j . Gsniu r r M :- m m in - 1 3! or Bai-LK- Y n. iL1TiDii Wo lmvo added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected block of General Merchandise and are now prepared to Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an overy-day, suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of Engle-mun,- of 11 Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Quccnsware, &c was nover more complete. well-know- n FARMS Headed brt-udln- HARDIN, 38,353. - Higti Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. pedigrees. hog living, and HUNDLEY'S Son of Klover's Model, No. 20.719. tho greatest rr. a tide. No. 12.001. son of tho World' Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11.007. Fine. tonpy young boars ready for service. A few show gilt old enough to breed, and bred mjws In every respect, with Mwcwlty, for sale, TliU stock Is strictly first-cla- ss up-to-d- toy U. S. MO0EL, T)0. m Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come and Thoy aro good ones. Also Mammoth Tekln Dack A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 105, Danville, Ky. A few fresh Jersey Ctfws tor sale. Eggs, 81 for 13. irftfrr-Nti- V ? ' J II1,- - ,,,,,.. n.)iyi V Tho nowa hns reached here that Dr. Jnmes P. lUtTo, whom CovinRton must rridtxyo accredit this township, is practicing SaM"blS.olio5.T,3.oa3.a.5-e,QJ3.- i ATthe pompous iose3 peculiar and pertiY3C Ait in- ax) va.tc;k nent to primal paternity. It is n boy. sa THE1HTERI0R JOURHAL KIDD'S STORC. Yon Try Electric Hitter ns a remedy for your treul.lot? J his mediIf Ret a lttlo now and Kt roller cine lias been found to be peculiar y adapted to the complaints, exerting a relief and cure of all female uonderiUl.rtlrca Influence In Kllloss streiutlh and of nppctite, tonetothoorsans. If you have con.tliwtlon.Ticadachc, falntin fpjlls r a nerrons, sleepless. excitable, melancholy or troubled wltn need Health and strength are a Did ftcr Sheriff's Sale for Taxes STATE AM) COUNTY. GEORGE H. M'KINNEY, PAtiftinn & Claim Anent. IIiim GEO. W. BEBORD to tho olllco of Is a candidate for Jailer of l.lncolu, milijtvt to the action or tho democratic party. ri2n ..!. in ill...... Ilin limlli-lli- n Kw'' GW vim 'T. MONDAY, APL. xa, 1897. lK)twtu the hours of 0 A. M. and 1 I M., at o door In tho town of Stan the to ford, Miirnlii county, Ivv., I will epo-.court-hous- JUDGE M. C. SAtJFLKV ? hail Gossips were correct received as to Miss Lizzie Wright's marriage, which you chronicled in lust Issue. It Is said that she succeeded In surprising some members of the family. Enthusiastic pOjltry raisers can KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. the dlscomtlturo of one of our Mil H at matrons when tho cook placed on the Train leaves Stanford ul 7: 10 a. tu. nndjreturns xH:30p. m. , table a dish of turkey eggs which had (5c KNOXVILLE DIVISION. been carelessly substituted for the 12 37 p in u dozen variety ordered. -- ... Not 21 Train going North 3 13 a m " ."., Ko.215 " Ed Powell Is back from Cumberland 12 01 p in " Juth No. 23 " 1 03p m .. o, .i county with a belt still full of loaded K Kor nil Points. cartridges. The duck season was not fcOLt). up to the average, or Ed dcvoieu ms THRO'IOIt TICKETS UAGGAOE CHECKED TlinODGH. timo to metaphorical Tor any Information enquire of which is not improbable JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, About time that farmers get well Stanford, Ky. straightened out plowing a rain calls a QUEEN & CRESCENT. halt and u consequence is that many are becoming solicitous. Very few Trains pass Junction City as follows: 3 38 ,. m m No. 2 North 12 No. l.South have sown outs and fewer are well up with spring work. Wagoning from 6 00 km Noil'" Z::"pm "10 " saw mills to Moreland is assuming Junc9 ami 10 nin no further than something of former activity, and the All trtlns stop there. tion City. whistle of our own mill has been blown FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. so occasionally past few weeks that VIA GEouui:roVN. neighbors have ceased to inquire whoso A. M P. M. A.M. P. M 12 M it is. Ltc. Somerset, Ar 2,00 235 820 " "31 Jet. City 315 Frequently evidences are found 630 Lr 93.1 4M 505 300 which betray that seiners pot in their " C30 ' Frankfort, 1155 7 20 ..... o 5 30 work the night before, and it Is an open 8 40 Arr I'arls 5.10 Hagrautly violate Daily except Sunday duei;cawo .A. secret that parties rumored that fish law. It Is the citizens who have contributed Green time and money to become aroused IUver with ilsh have and it is not improbable that perpetrators of this vandalism will be startled by development of their identity and lament the day that they ever saw a seine. So mote it be. Our poets have their ammunition ready for a Spring campaign, but the weather continues adverse, and the consensus of prayers is that '07 will be unlike 'UG In omission of spring fever, spring weather und budding rhyme. Fishermen have long been in miserable suspenso In their expectancy of an inviting day, and some of tho more enterj-- When not wpald will 32. SO charged. In the tip we drug store. U a candidate for tho nomination for Circuit joiuVh practice lieforo all tho ,udge of this district, nubjivt to tho ncllon Dopn tments In Washington City. V j0f tho demiiatlc partj. 12 There Xothing to igSBI TIME Im-agl- ne There nothing Just as ood as Dr. Klns New ..., .........t.M. I.mli. mid Col.li. so demand It and do not permit tho dealer to sol i; Ho ill not claim there Is wmio substitute lie better, but in onlcr tu make more protlt on as goo.1. t mav claim some llilng el to l Just aiit Dr. King's New Div.sn cry Iwaiiso you know ,7 II lo l sue ami mumo " .U a or wughjco "v and or money.refunded. Uvtlonsoi llio liinrui, so g.sKl as Dr King's New Discovery. Regal Nittlefreoat W. 11. Msllolerts drug store. ular slieMK: and Si. ..,'.'.... Is 1 tun T .. ) -- any-tliiii- lr. tbiihlL'liest hlddor. for cash In hand, to pay A Is a candidate for tho nomination for tho State and county taxes, for tho jear Attorney of this district. kiiIi-Je- d l.siMiinil l.s'Jil.tho following desorllied prop lo tho action of the democratic party. erty, or so much thereof as may U) necessary ti pay said tuxes. This lW win no pnimsneu A Safeguard for tho Rich. No Risk f.mr "eeks and tho names will dlsapiH'ar KeMills Astiurcd. ! aranilliUlefnr Siivrlutnilriit of Public Sehonli from the IM us mkiii us the taxes and costs advertising U 52. The New England Mutual Life ol Lincoln county, ubjvct lo Hie aotlua of the IHmu. nre paid. The cost of ocrallo party. Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. J. S. OWSL13V, JR., GARLAND SINGLETON TANI'Ol). S.. 00 N'O. I White. .3 2.55 . Insurance Co., duck-mintin- g, ip The Stanford and Halls Gap Turnpike 78.35 Road and one lot, on earth. To tlietn liavo Uon lsiuu tiearlv The Stanford and Lancaster Turnpike nl of COO.000 patents, or more than one-tlil71. S3 . . . i .... i i.. . i... ..iii Road and one lot, '03-- 0 ... - n iii m iuc nil tlio mieiii ours lias lwen of Rreator The Carpenters Station and Moreland eoverv of modern iHMielft to inuitklitd than Cliiimlwrlaln r..r....1l. Idi'iil 'null olio lot Colic. Cholera anil Dlarrlui'ii uuineu.v. ornsis 05-- o .i...... ..,.,. I,. r..tii.v,t n.i I n nml sutrorlnir. STANFORD, NO. J. W. Vuuplin. of Oakton. Ivy.. sjJ": "I ......I.... .. .,r. (hit miht- IllVt'lltlVU ."" auiviivHii-- ' . HOOIllO ... aa-0- Il o, J. . ulcers, salt rheum. Illatt. ltoss. lot In Kowland.'D.'Wl skin eniptlons. . ikhI hands, chilblains, .tirns and all 25 acres, l5--C it positively cun-- piles or no nay required. It is Mershon. William. M5-- C . KuimJU-e.sitLlVtlon or money to give Miller. Jim, U7 acres, Price 25 ceuts Jer box. 1 or sale by . II. Short. Thomas, lot In Rowland, '00.... Mcltoberts, Druggist. ., sotx-s- . s Buckling Arnica ...i.... i . i.., tmrt.l Salve.. f.ir ruts., bruises Delanoy, J. F.. lot In Howlnnd acres 'l5-- tl n.fo n.is Issues nil Forms of Life, Endowment and Term Policies J. I It HOL.DA9I Afc)r uh-- t 3.03 4.I0 Policies iMtied 2.20 All BEAR THIS IN MIND. nual Distribution of Surplus. l'nrticipnto in the AnCash Surand Participating Paid up Insurrender ance. of Uacaln cauntr, a camllcUUi for tu Hie actliin of the ilruiixrmllc lalt r. SAMUEL M. OWENS for nhcrlll of Lincoln county, mbject to the action of tlic democratic I'.irty. Ii a ranJIdate Values Endorsed on Every EMMETT McCORSlACK ...ii.i.i. ". . i.. . .aii'i.,. c.r ....r nf Lincoln couuty. ., policy. to tho action of the ilemiKratlc arly. lour .. - uh- No catch chutes; No fine print pondence Solicited. Corres Jiit uprt lariiutly 91. -- Note"-N- os. law-abidi- ng ,to-da- Dlarrhd'a ltumeily In my family for sevi-rn- l vears, and Hnd It to Ihj tho U"t mtulclnu I anil over usud for cramps In tho MomaehI)rug-Bl-t- s, txjwols. For sale by Craig .V Hooker. Stanford, Ivy. Mrs A. Inveoii, reIdlnp at 720 Henry St.. Alton. III.. MtinVred with clatle for over elclit months. Sho iloototvd for It nearly the whole of this time. iilnp various remedies recummeiided lv friends, and was . i .....I . no I. Iitil .!.,.. one uud a half littles relief. Slie then of Chamberlalirs I'aln alm which effected a complete cure. This I, pnhlMiej at her roouest, as she wants others slmllary to know what cured her. The 25 and 50 cent les for sale uy uraip v nwvi, DruggNts, Stanford. Ivy. Warren, a t.. ... ...... i - .1. v.. lMiiiLdit druzirlst ... , a small v. Kemedj. siiimlv of Chamlierlalii's Couu'li ..Al. Hint ..,. ..il.... resun .. s iuhu"- sums up mo....... .He .i ..,.i-- , miLiuiuii in this stKrtlon; v Chamlierlaln's Coush Itemedv Is a worn. ills mo sum.-- ... ....... .i..i., ..r .......... hi.... Wbert ever theirixxl Cough remeil. qualities of CliamlM-rlalu'Iiecome Known mu iiwiin; """ . DruggUts. ele. For sale by Craig A: d u-- lltlVO UM.HI ClllimiKTlBlII 9 ." "" ..!' iia... '.,... hou-eho- ld s UiK-ker- Ar" POWDER Absolutely Pure. : staufoid. Ivy. "''" REAL Tin ESTA' A r.iafini.ut (.r li ffn.it lpiTHiiIns strcneth and bealthfulness. A inures the food against alum and all fornii.of (adulteration so couimou In the cheap brands J "Koval H vkixo PownnR Co., New York. FIRE INSURANCE. Caledonian Co., Insurance messemrer that Furnished, Hent.s Collected. Write to FOUNDED 1SOG. ternoon shocked the friends and relaJ. H SOWDEK, Stanford, Ky. tives of Jesse P. Hi tic with assurance that he had been stricken with aphaSTANFORD, KV. C sia whilst fishing, but later advice comfort with the assurance ! brought DEALER IN It was only a severe attack of buck that ague, incident to his capture of 5J lb. I have opened up Ondy Manufact- bine cat, which yielded promptly to ory on Lancaster Street and can supply the disgust he experienced when T. CANDV Carpenter brought one to gall which y OIMany Varieties and Superior weighed 6 pounds. Their success and every day Mr W Curtis Egbert, the fish dinners given have provoked ian experienced maker, is in charge and a malitrnant epidemic of anglemanla, tgnarantcea satisfaction. Give us a call. which coupled with low prices for last J A STEPHENSON. flUf Fertilizers and Coal. vnar'a croii. promises a raateriauj re High-Grad- e duced acreage of this year's crop with Goods Warranted as Represented. Otllco on out an early discovery and application Main Street, opposite Elmore's Store, Stanford, Kentucky. of a specific which will stay the malItOLTK. ady. The Host Line toand From J. II OWEN'S, S.U.KSMAN. ..ttr tfcnr.fini' A of Scotland. prising sent a deputation tobaltaplace for suckers. The appointed day openJ. H. 80WDER, MANAGER. ed with showers, which thwarted plans, but next morning, though lowering, INTERIOR - JOURNAL residents who command a view of the BUILDING: TTc.trmviiln nml Liberty nlke were convinced by the streams of pilgrims "Writo For Host of Pxoportio3 traveling from Lincoln towards Casey's For saic. metropolis that a circus of which they Land Excursions conducted, Factories hod not heard would pitch tents atLlb- - Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts af- - EXCHANGE. Hallluger. Green, fiacres Halley, Tom, 41 acres Huteher. Matilda, 1 townilot Carson, Sam, 1 ucro Carter, George, ltlot, 95-- 5 Christopher, Al, 1 acre, 'M Deieau. Harry, 13 acres Ellis. Ruford. 1 lot, '05-- G Embry, Mlt. I lot,'l5- EmbrV. f mlth. 1 lot. '03-Glvens Anthony, heirs, 1 lot, "J Glveiis. Aaron. 10 acres. 'M Gill. Green. 1 lot. '00 Goode. Frank. 1 lot. 'I'O 'IM5 GiHxle. Frank. Sr.. 10 acres. heirs., 1 lot, 'M Glvens. Top. Hooker, Anderson. 1 lot. '03-- 0 Hooker. Joe. 1 lot. 'tl 11111. Jordan. 1 lot. 'l'3- -t Jackson. Alice. 1 lot. '0 James. Henry. 1 lot. tW Jones. William. 1 lot. 'Ort Lackey. William. 1 lot. '00 Lee. V'ltia. t lot. 'UMM1 Igan. Sam. 1 lot. .. Mlddleton. George. lot. 'wl Mjers, Jess, 1 lot. '10 Patterson. Annie. 1 lot, '0d Rout. S. II.. 3 ncros. '05-- 0 Shears, frank. 10 acres. '05-Stew art. Silas. 2 acrvs, 'l5-- o Stewart. Larklu. t acre, '00 Trlbble. Hen. 2 ncros, '00 Vnndoveor. Jiws, 0 acrts, 'tl Withers, George. I aero, 'Urt Warren. Syd. 1 ucro. '03-C '03-M.1 rt .0.1 2.03 2.50 1.53 JESSE D. WEAHEN, Agent, Stanford, Ky P. LKIN ..M Innaltl t .ll.l... Ject llieciluii of ihe ... ikK..a democratic any. mtintr. tub J.50 2.00 2.53 4.2(1 wwmw mos mi ho::, JOE T. EBIBRV Jt a.lK) ii.i.. .. i u.ia..v .if l.lfiisiln miiutr. auli- to the action of tho deiuiKralie Jany aud earneauy jum puiui.. . an 3.23 2.50 1.00 2.05 2.15 2.15 2.03 3.23 2.G0 Thero are none lietter. They grow larger. Mature milrklv. Fatten well at any age. C. G. (Jlltnantf Young Hoar Ready for Lgg packfor Mile, llarrvd Plymouth HoeW liotnoSeveii-tv-Flv- e I. a candidate for Avs.r of l.lnculu countr, yub- tis-- l ed for shipping SI; delivered at to the action ol the democratic party, AM thoeouiity la eulllUsl toa Cents jmt Setting of Fifteen llivj of the pie, he ak your tuppurt. answered. Inquiries cheerfully J. Al. X U. J. MW.a BAKER Blue f. .1 . 5.25 ..s3 SPRING, i897 . J.. unu.. WILLIAM MORELAND Grass Nurseries. I. candidate Avirol Unoilii, kindly aiU uhjcsl to Re theactloiioflliodeiiiocratlclMliy your mpimlU a for 2.20 dVii. Pull rtockf XII) Tree, Urope :i.:w 2i) l.l.v.nl ffdrtl tnttl (iIN KjMirojiw nnu 3.10 ing price inojlice. 2.13 3.X1 Fruit. Mr employ no agents but imr. of OmamenUil and SAM W. r. MENEFEE CXHltltr. dtrectto the planter. 'Jtlephnue SlraicUrry and (jtneral Aurnrry Isxtmjton, hy nil at " liv- Ject lo Hie action of the demo, rallc party. . .....Il.t.t. f.vf vl..,rlfV i.l Uliiwiln ut DINK FARMER Is n candidate for Jailer, subject to the tion of tlm deimx'ratlc jKirty. ac- XI3 xoo 3.50 X30 1.13 3 mil to mi mi mi fircnt.. lUutor.,.i!mliiltralor.or at-n- t m, p 2.10 1.73 Mason Hotel l MIlS. D.Sl.Mr.SO.N', l'ror. .... "-- 2.13 2.0l) Money to loan cm ImpruvcJ city .n;itty or farm. In Staiifonl ami Lincoln county al I Al l.ayal.1 rratlon otnclal.t furiiUh twnd for .uMie or Lancaster, : Kentucky. CRAII ORCHARD. NO. R. B. MAHONY, Agt., CANDY KITCHEN FRESH IB. HIGGINS, Hruce. William. 40 acres, IKI Farrls, J. II.. 300 acres. '05 . . Hamm, J. D., 100 acres. '03-- 0 . . Jemima, 10 acres, 'u:M-- 3 . . . Oaks. Oak, Jim. 5n items, 'tMl Ottenhelmer, Mrs. Clara. 1 lot. '00 . 'U3-- 0 . Otteiihelmer, Jacob. 717 acres. Andrew, heirs. 40 acres. '00 Payne. i",.li.tm.. Mm. O. W.. ono lot, '03-- 0 . Warren. Jan.. agent llnys. 40 acres, '08 Wetland, Charles, CO acres. '00 I - .... Iro for four of llii. Ur.t Am Coiuunl dotnit bu.im In Kt''" T 3.30 Millcil iulnnaiof ir...rt hol.lcr In Slanfonl. dulnf .","' 5.00 Itat tame m other roiunl K AK.NONjARt. WA1.I..VCK 2.05 5.20 1 tiuardlaiiaal Ncwlv furnished, clean bwlu; cplendid " 1'orlers table. Kverytliing M meet all trainn lirMt-claiv- ''"'"r" A. S. PRICE, Burgeon 5 10.00 o SHELBY & SHELBY, ..rrojrleton ... Dentist, 20.75 .65 01.75 0.00 2.73 LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Turnout., proiiipt ... .I.ld MtM iniriiuii u . Klrit-Cla. Stanford, Ky. Office !5?tHl Ivy. Junction City, attention, iUcltl. .,"-. orcr McltolwrU" Krun Store In tbef.Owilty HlllIdilK. i ui . ... vcrr CRAR ORCHARD, NO. rwN.vtfuUf IS HCENTS WKNTGD. i.o.M. a. w Farm Wagons. Pleasure Vehicles, Howard. Tom. 2 acres, balance Humber. Sam. 1 aero Welch. Tom, 1 acres. '03-- 6 WAYNESHURO. NO. lltTE. - - - 2.75 1.33 3.73 l.r.o 3.43 J.T.Jones, nutn TnftH iirnu DD lftUrt I Excel-Henc- Agricultural Implements, "BIG ST. 4: TOLEDOAN'D DETROIT I' Turnpike RaiDEits. Immediate All Points In Michigan. steps should be taken to stop this speA good cies of cowardly lawlessness. CHICAGO. load of buckshot fired into a toll gate "White City Special." mob would have a salutary effect. Let Itt 1 ermlual station. tho keepers arm themselves and deLOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel fend the property. Men who will sneak about under cover of darkness and terBOSTON. rify persons in the discharge of their Wagner sleeping Cars. lawful duty are cowards at heart and YORK. could bo put to llight with a squirt gun Dut buckshot UuHot Parlor Car, Warner Sleeping Cars, Prlyat loaded with soap suds. Compartment Cars, Movant Coaches and is bettor for them. Cnythiana DemoCars crat. He sure your ticket rial via "UNI FOUIl " . MARTIN, 1. E O. McCOP.MICK. Tho Prison South at Jcilersonvllle Is Oei. l'.i- A Tkt. Agt. Passengcrl l'r ifflc Mr., now a reformatory, the COO convicts CINCINNATI, OHIO. there having been transferred to the Penitentiary North at Michigan City, Ind. The transfer was safely made. QW the popular The train employed for tho purpose was especially prepared by tho Pennsylvania railroad, the windows being heavily barred and gratings fixed over tho doors. Tho prisoners were ironed to the seats and the cars were guarded by a total of 150 guards, armed with Jons U. Castlkman. A. J. l.AMIAM. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. NEW BfflBBB 5 CSSTLBMS. M.VKAGKUS, Din-lu- g Oommerce Building, Louisville. Baxter. William. 100 acres . . Ilaugh. Alfr'd, 12 acres, '03-- fl . . holrs, 10S acres. '00 . . llastln. Lance, Itastln, J. M.. lot In Rowland, '00 . . Royce. Mary. 35 acres. '00 Cain. C. W.. (n. r.), 73 acres, 'M . . Carman, lleieklah, 20 ncres, '00 . . Crisler, J. G., 00 acres Fischer. John. 127 acres Frailer. Holier!. 12 acres, '03- -l . Gralwwskl. Fred. (n. r.). 100 acres, 'itt-- fl '05-- 0 Giiiin, W. A., (n. r.). 000 acres, . . . . t0 I latum. Samuel. 12 acres. II. C. so acres. 'tW Jewell. 'IMJ . Leach, General, (u. r.). 50 acres, S.. 37 acres. '00 -Lee. John -Longer. Ernest. 30 acres . S., 2 acres. '05-- 0 . . Mulllns. Samuel . Long. Joseph. 40 arres. "Jl . Mrs. Mattle. lot Klngsvllle . McDonald, Mulllns, Mirnli. 3 acres . - - Ros., Geoige, (ii. r.). 5 acres . . . -Robinson. William, 10 acros. "OVO 0 acres, balance Rowland. G. Alfred. - SehnilU. Mrs. Hugo. 20 acros Slmms. John !., Tnmter, Frank, STANFORD, KY., ;iWa In every county lu Kentucky for the U-rellorso Collar Protector tho greatest Invention that ever ha liecn lnveutel, to Lively agents mako IJ go on horse collarn. and H iierday. For further partlculnntln-plyt- o General Agent. Junction City. Ky. W T. RICHARDSON. lltack ;l;"n'1 Sol. proprietor of 1.00 wol, Litluutw jurnlihcl for 1'ainU 2.45 metal ami Iron wo!. Satlifacllon guaranteed All !nto.l with iwn'i Ilhuk .Ml n..b - w.-weaier m w..tT?alT,nlsl In.n Kilter.. lla'Tanlied anJ llKk 1.75 Iron ItooflnRof all klniK .sO Co. ...fuJ0Ii" Farmers Bank&Trnst STANFOltD, KV. OF 2.33 3.00 3.20 Paid up Capital, Surplus, t.u....i Pints f.ir tilatik fence. ami railing or wire lci.ee can., tlnd what they .... want at my noro near i.m U, Win in I il from Cral. Orchard feiielnit. All kwiiouliamlaaupply of plank alw Niarili kln'UofluuiIier for Imllilliu any JwlrlnR ami aliluitlea. All iwr-oon me ai .,.,,, I M kind tai can , ""I1". near C.slar ii n.si.nii.i-ei.- i Creek. $200,000100 17,603 80 31.70 1.30 1.35 1.00 ,t . .. fr purie; 2.45 2.15 4.10 1.05 "J " .s3 1.C0 80 D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, anyiMxiy of nil v Will carrr a larf r ctick of Furniture cheaperklmli than icar than ever lforeand will .ell Hy protl.lom of Its charter, deposllora are a fully prolecteil as aro debitor in National lUnka, to ita ibareUoMers Ulnrf hold Individually liable at therein Hieexteutof the amount of their Uk amount value tlienf, In addition to Ilia the l' It may ait a lu aiuh .bar.-- . dual. n udiil.tiator.lruatee.Ac.a.lullr .- who an Indlv Ir hare ii our thanks to tin-Tendering their t.u.ln.i.s lo us, we tnut they will runt iiue r prompt to do M), and we oiler a- - a giursnUs-foexs!riemx lu ImiiV.-lu- g Maic tviislsteDi aud aslilwralaii-oimiioiUtlou- s with sound iMiiklng 1 niCEvTOKV. 2.M 1.150 -. w. a. tribblb:. -- Agent Throughout the South. MOMOKIMOIMOIMI I)cal Agent, 37if Stanford, Kentucky. acres, '00 - 40 acres, V. Vlrmoud, Relnhold, Walls, Mrs. M. E., 10 acres, '0VU0 . Warner. Charles, (n. r.), 7 acres. "JO Watklns. Sarah A., (n. r.),0 acies. 'M Waters, Mrs. niluibeth. f0 acres. '90 White, It. L.. 73 acres, "JO - - - lll'riroXVIl.Li:, NO Ilenollct, Wesley E ,Wi acres, '9J-Christopher l. V. 2.loH, lulmee'W 0 0 202 ucn-s- , 'tV ----- hlherStc--l ami Cnatlanooi; ami I"lt "', " CultlraloraalidDounloMnmU, all .Mana . !0 kludi. .1... i . I.. ,l.u w.irl.l I'arliinni. call la ana .i ... 3.05 get any tlilprf joii want from a bupi?y down. liwct fully, ZZZ.V- - S. CAIUT.NTKIt.S. 3.15 .SO . 3 .MJ nun. "... - - J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Preachers lllej W.'ll Cuiiiiuln., 11. J. J.S Owsley, Sr., S II. Shank., (ionch, Wltllaui Iw, JLvna!' N. J. Mciitft-c- A W.O.r,ntr. Teller S, II. Shanks. I'lwldcuf, J. H. Ow.ley, Cashier, orricsas. W. M. Hrlght, . .45 -- .SO NOEL & SON, FIRST NATIONAL BANK DEHLERS IN1C0KL, OF STANFORD, KV. Order Ottico and Feed Exclunso, near tho Railroad - 1.05 Cora und liny, llll Capital Ctcck $100,000. Surplus $15,750. "r mm True, Tho M a rve 5 00 1.20 - Stanford; Street, latelyKentuolcy. J. II. Hlln'. Mill Coal Yard, Crowlug, Deot Strwt, Rep- M0IMMOMOM IMIMOIMOIM IMOIMBIIM LVj Ou0(MM0MB:,Tta k 4 resenting three dlf-- f Winchesters. P. U. LOUISVILLE. Tho Stato meeting of the B. Y. P. U. at Louisville, April Oth to 8th, will be of considerable interest. Tickets on the certificate nlan will be sold over the Queen & Crescent Routo from points in Kentucky at faro and a third for tho round trip. The Q. & C. Routo is the only direct line to tho International Meeting of tho B. Y. P. U. at Summer. Very low rates are made for thlB occasion also. B. Y. INI i J s rn t k ind s of e re n ZZTZZThnn MOIMll OlOlNJMJ MM 4N m M iv" v m m 1 aEHaialSSsl Bath 0MMo N $muu N OIM N AiJNfaiNi V-- fifl0KP OIM MOMO0M(3 MM OGOIOlOu o.r.A rKANK E, mm D.P.A., n. BACOK, J. BEED, cuicao. IuUTlUe. And Vaporizer for head anil no necessity In leaving homo at n reat outlay of llmo uud money, for Hot MprJngsor Health Sanitariums. mIiico by their uso the Cbatta-'noogath! Mine dealred results Inellmluatliig diseases ensue and uddltlonal adrantagert. the nominal coMt, the undoubted nuporlorlty of a vapor bath over tho customary one, and each member of tho farallv being lenelHd. Progrertslve physician' fullj enuorso thiun Supt. Troy, of the Chicago District and their teotluioiilaN can bo hhown. Tho irflnVn ulao Ihj Railway Mall Service, hae issued an or- Vaiwrlzer for face and head can luimedl-at- o fa- medicated llko the bath, rendering der, which prohibits 'Owney," tho ro'lof In Ilrouchlal tioubles. Catarrh. mous postal do?, from traveling in pos- Asthma, Hay Fovor, Ac. Dermatol igNtn all tho comtal card in Illinois. Ho has been around UhO thLs Vuporlror for NMUtlfving blomlohes plexion, eradlciitlng all unsightly fxnfvi tho world and was In Stanford a fow and objoctioiiablo wrlnklon, &e, Imparting J IMJ U uuheard of nauty nnd cleaiil!ns.s. Try years ago On oxlldtion at ono and 1m- - convlncod. MLv Llulo Ueuzley'H and Craig A. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY. ls Cabinets face, Ihoro N HCSTONVILLK, NO. 1.73 Hurton, 1., hclr, 15 acre ' 3 50 Heizley, John, town lot, "Ovy. 2 20 William, nnn lut '95-t- i 3,v' Cloyd, Johu, 3 acren "J3-lloliues, I'eler, ono lot "J3-3 Hunn, Ed, lOacroa "JG 3W Juuw, John, 13 acres W-f- i 2.15 McConuack, Airred, 13 acre "Ji 4.W Morton, John, lu ai.ru 'W-1.C0 Singleton, Frank, C acres S0 batanw T. I). NEWLAN'D, SiiEiurr. 1 M 0 0 1 0 nauaiiHwuu ,ii.i.hvW DR, W. S. Attention of the public Is railed to tho fuct that Ln-lIs tho only National Hank In blunford. ol tho National Dank Act capital stock. derdlorsVruwsuri-.- l not only hy the buTy the stmkhol.l.r.' liability lor an amuinl that des.ora of this In.tltu. Hr.vuredhyafunilOH eShKartoteUd.'rslsVe.OoTern it and lu M.e,y athusuHagddUUlnul andlcvt 'uSISflllmtlon. ortalnallr establi.hed as the as iu nk ol Stanford In lSs, then rwrgunlM andaRaln Dentist, igStanford, Office on Lancaster street : Ky. at Roatdonco Hank ofSlanlord In iv.l rwanUe.Tas the lint National Hank ol S auforde fa iS i. has had practically an uninterrupted exist-incsuppll.'d now w h for M year. U and hidll lies Tfor rausaillnB buslne. promptly lieforeln Its long and "hooorahle "accounts of IndlTlduals, fiduciaries, Urn., lv - alM 0 f-JQ 1T U Winger' Pattern and warranted. Station li, Chicag ISn!f " Mcycle until you luive learned diicountt on Special" l8-- Ilnjh Uraqt ikh I J J. T. SUTTON, Undertaker, inn ... K. 11. Wwjer Winger's Steel fcgriV ! I 35fi)TjKmi&V!: WorU'a Fair ztwjEw isgjjMj ploir.a and MedaL Ja1vAnlr1 fMXIrV) trr. E.Hemilator and Orlml. Tank. i:. PtiT DI f BaHJi. I construcUkl and almtile. Awanlfld fi Mechanically K HustonviUe. ..... i.i and Cvey Kentucky and ludlTlduals aolltlted. DiaxcTOas. J. W. llayden, Uaford F.Iteld, Lincoln Co.; a- - " ahiuan, ' S T HarrU. " T 1'. Hocker. " " Tribble. Twiner. McKluney. W. A. Orch'J; M. J. Miller, Mt.ernon. M. H.EIuioro, Stanford. JS J.lt elsala).ou nana.Manager. I) ti. Carpenter, lountU. !. n.vtni. i.t Vil Lincoln Full stock of Collins uud Cwk- - w orricxus. Ciuhlerj I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. MellolasrU, McKlnney, Awltant Cashier. A. A. to attach to .a Sli. ormake of pump; .a' ". !.. sail UinilM Ul n wind mill . ! XI Villi yJ'y T.itacv, Ctilcno. Ut U'onnooi rfni Sirs n MiHl lliK-ker'- m&MMWUMMW .. MMMMM All Take Laxative Ilroruo Quinine TableU UruorijL refund the money If it falls to Cure. For hale hy W 11. Mcltoberta, C'rilj! A Hocker and (i. L. Fenny, UruggliU, SUnford, Ky. Stanford. J. S. HUGHES, UouthernAgcnli l DEA Ste:"!? UAi3TFn-A- W ' k!)iTe?U thing to patent? Prutect yoir r Id brlnir vou wealth. Write J0ll VYaaUlagtoa, CO., Patent Attornoys. UURN& U. 0., for theU 1J300 prUo oger. H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun find .Look Smith HTANFOUD, Eouaa mealUnTgraamnour. '?".' -- VBake E.B.WINQER. ,:. t- IIonn. - KY. m',jtiii$uezm 11 it..... liin. .1 rM.nnn.lil. rat.1. f ...... irln Satisfaction guaranteed. Upholateriog a specialty QUIBJBH jjrwsto SteeiTanKs Oal.nlJ. roUOd.oIllOBg In all .Ims. is. a. wurosBs (?) CklcC. iprl'- - AsaH-.k- . A.,. t:m;,imti yi& mM Li,idS&!&ii0iitU -j