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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897040901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS. Y STATE OF CfiSEY. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897. NO. 12 accept tho nomlniitlon, hut has not yet LANCASTER. agreed to o ho. L. Y. Sharpo will P. Kmbry is on the sick list. Sam huyond douht make thu race against Christian Endeavor will I lev. Lapsley McKoe. of Danville, Mt.Nonlu Sunday afternoon, April E.L. W, FiqaS Many Inter- - the ropuhllcan numliieo for at .). W. Iloskins will very probably will begin a protracted meeting at the and aii invitwi. li.uuwoi'.M. estina Items While try for thu county clerkship. A tlekot I'rosbytorlnn church In this city on In (tin inlilrtt of U IMHll'illl I'll 111 III). There. composed of such men would stand a Sunday, 18th. felns washed coloruil people hud their You will find that we have M. iuucmii mi oruereu monstrous irood show to win nnd hero 's iiwnvlnthu waters of Elk ton, beott ,,...,, , ...,,, , . S "?" 7 i r electric poles from Tennessee and the Where poaccgcMxl-wil- l and ovuabouiulf hoping that It will. county, Sundav. The Best Line of o otner nanio would come to mo u. u. uowclon, wlio keeps a little or B,w"uu Ul " l"""- - " ceriauuy, Hov. H. II. Mahony and Ilov. T. II. OI utscy a Mr. Smiley Walker and Miss Ma" everything, has just received a con. Campbell, of Lancaster, will exchange llul ll"vl Mr. Campbell preach- - j The swollen streams In Casey kept signmontof 2.."00 "Hnon"collnrs more glo Thompson, of this county, will bo pulpits Sunday, lug at London and Mr. Mahony at Lan- - away a great many who would other- - perhaps than In all stores in Stanford. married at Danville today (Thursday) at wise nave attended court .Monday ana "Are you going into tne wholesale ous-- a o'clock l. m. castor. Monto Pox bought a pair of mules In bugin at rather small crowd was on hand. The iness V" I asked. "Oh. no." said Mr. A protracted mooting will In Ellzabothtown waters receded by Tuesday, howover, ' Cowden, "thoio wont last mo till Christ- - Madison for $250. Thoy were splendid the Baptist church lbs. took advan- - mas. In hot weather some of mv cus- - animals, tho pair woighing next Sunday. The HoV. .1. M. Hruco and tho sturdy wlll be assisted by the Kov. J. II. Dow, tago of their opportunity and camu to tomers wear half a dozen a day. I sell Tho time has been when they would town In Hocks. Judge Joiioh and Com- - them twj for live conn and they don't havo sold for S 100. of Versailles. Mr. Joseph White, living near Crab .1. S. Sweeney has monwealth's Attorney Muncle did not think of having them laundered." Por HO years Elder Our Prices arc The Commercial Uank Is progressing Orcliard, and Miss Amanda Bishop, of the Paris Christian arrive until o'clock .Monday afternoon' len pastor continued labors havo and at that late hour convened court, nicely. Thu deposits are a little short w,1 llvos "uai" Hustunvillo, wero mar- MRj IB church, and his PW 4 mil HtSHl broken him down. II Is church has giv- Theyhada number of rivers to ford now, :L000, but thu loans, surplus and 'lod at o'clock l M., on Wednesday i. the residence of J. C. Thompson, in on their way from Adair and Metcalf undivided prolits are all right. The en him a long vacation to recuiwrato. tll,! lty, by Eld. George "W. Gownn. On thu 21st Hov. Georgo O. Barnes counties and wero fortunate to get to former amount to $11,000, while the G. T. Parrls, chairman of the demo- surplus and undivided prolits aro jJI.L'OO will leave Sanlbel Is- Liberty as early as they did. and Miss Mario The criminal docket for this term Is and $900 respectively. President P. !' ratic county committee, will meet thu rosumu their labor of love. That land to hor members of the- committee for date- Is Bro. Barnes' 70th birthday and small, there being no murder and fuw Coinlwst, Cashier Georgo Prewltt and And the Material in them is tho'Jlst anniversary of his ovangel. felony eases. Tho civil docket Is unus- Teller Young are good men for the po- - l,,la judicial district at Danville next Thu number 7 figures prominently In It ually largo and It is probable that court sitlons they hold and the directors of Monday to decide on a time, place and will com ue ovor next wook. tho above bank know It too well to let munticf of nominating candidates for and he takes that as a good omen. As usual thu patent medicine men them go. Somoof this bank's stock judge and commonwealth's attorney, ministers' conference reThe Baptist j Reports say that a notice has been fused to acquit the I low J. A. Lee of wero on hand and what they did for thu changed hands at 10S the other day. A number of years ago thoro resided posted on H. C. Potts' Homing mill, tho charges that hu had offered to sell peoplu was a plenty. Anderson Carr, A Gor cl Suit for $1.50. All wool suit for $2.50. to the representatives of tho Cincinna- Stanford's product, was very much in In Casey live John Mooros, and to dls-- 1 about eight miles from town, ordering ti Commercial Tribune such Informa- evidence with a banjo picker, a tooth tlngulsh thorn thoy were given "nick him not to sell any more Hour at more or should come In- puller and so on. Hu had a big day names," but whether the names were than i- - jwr hundred. Potts wrote ns tion as ho All-Wsession of, as splrltal advisor of which will result, no doubt, in giving appropriate or not, I can not say. For follows below tho notice: "I will sell to ool d rest. instance, one was unfortunate enough Hour ns I d n please and you can nd murdurers, Jackson the Casey M. IVs a tho condemned med- to be dubbed "Nasty" John Moore, me at homo any time." and Walling and advised him to take Those who have tried Anderson's While coming from Richmond to tho matter to the courts, which of icine pronounce It as a verltablo won- another "Lazy" John, another "Ugly" John, and soon. "Pro-ty- " John, who Lancaster Monday on the K. C. train, lieefer and Junior Suits, the Latest the market a fiords. der. not do. course ho will Liberty's npuarauce hasn't greatly is well known here, Is the only surviv- Miss Lena Jennings, of Richmond, was Tho Mothodlst meeting continues Write to us for sample?. with services on tho street changed to changed since Iut circuit court, but ing one, but his "nick" nainu Is still struck by a water cooler, which was the night time, tho day performance shy promises to do herself proud within iNcd and will follow him to his grave. thrown from its place by a sudden jump s seeming to have lost its interest to some the next few mouths. The following "Frosty" is indeed a misnomer, for or jerk of the train. She was for awhile. There is talk of a .by conversion gentlemen will build this spring: A. there never wa-- . a warmer hearted, extent. The additions P. Young, Lafu Sharp, Pat Napier, cleverer gentleman than "Frosty" John suit for damages on account of neglimay be large, but judging by the gence or carelessness on tho part of tho E. C. W. tho-- o who testify "that they are Winston Wilkoi'son and Sam Hamlin. Moore. railroad company. saved and sanctllled and kept by Ills Others aro considering thu advisabiliThu diabolical schemes df tho midGrace," the lncroa-- e in that line Is not ty of building. The Legislature. Monday was also liorsc show day, but night mauraders and anarchists are crowd tolls the same great. Tho earns Suits for $10 and $12 better The IIoue voted against abolishing still being played. Mr. Simpson, tho Good all wool suits, $7.50. story at every meeting, but It sooms to only three stallions were exhibited. J. tho State board of equalization III to U0. gate keeper on the Buckeye pike, who than you will be able to buy for $15, $1S or $20 elsewhere. do them good, and It Is nobody's busi- Steele CariKjnter's Loxel, ridden by W. Senator Bronston's resolution to ad- was ordered to leave in 10 days, has ness how thuy worship the Lord and C. Moore, wan In lino trim and made an See our line before placing' an order. excellent showing: J. W. Rich's Mos- - journ sine die next Tuesday was defeat moved to an adjoining county, in obewhat thoy say. wl 11 to IS, as hu hoped and expected. dience to violent threats. Your cow Denmark made many friends by Lafost reports from the .'Mth Senato VICfNltYlTEWS. his good looks and easy movements, the erection of toll rial district, indicate that Hagar 'de- gate- - wiili dynamite or loaded shells Grady while Winston Bowman's James Ballard diod In Madison, aged Wilkes, as usual, won additional laur- feated Atkinson for State Senator by' i.i the polos and posts, so adjusted that 70. tliey will explode when there is an at- &c. All the latest styles and patterns. els. They aro all good hor&es and de- at least 2."0 votes. Direct agents for Mrs. Patsy Coylo, aged 0'J years, died serve to make big seasons. Tho Anderson News has figured It tempt to destroy the gates. If this is in Madison county. The pie hunters are as numerous in down and reiorts that the Legislature successful the olllco of coroner will be the JOIIX B. STETSOX Soft and Still' Hats. Our old friend, Jako Carpenter, is Casey as thoy are elsewhere and while osts the people 500 a minute for the In demand. likely to' be postmaster at Perryvllle. there are many applicants for the time it is in session. Judge Burnside has received an Win. Hankla has the host show, it Is Tho House passed the bill to reduce anonymous letter, mailed at Stone, In of tho beveral towns I have been said, at Junction City and James Goooh In I can name those who will knock the tho pay of tho assistant adjutant gener- which there is a drawing of a man at Shelby City. lucky plum. M. K. Humphrey will suc al to $1 a year, but It will not affect hanging on a tree. It declares that ho THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ivy. Litigation against thu Southern ceed J. W. Whlpp at LllMMty; Theo. tho present encumbent. will not bo unless he withit.illiHni.t Loan Association of Knox Wesley will have charge of tho mall at Senator Bronston made a fiery speech draws that $0,000 reward for toll gate vlllo has been resumed, citizens of sev- MIddleburg: Miss Helen Tharp will der.ojncing Hunter, his supporters, re- raiders and makes the roads free. The "-i z eral States uniting In a petition for a carry L'nclo Sam's keys at Yosemlte; publicans in general and olTered a reso- judge is not intimidated in tho least m receiver and for an Injunction. II. R. Camnltz will receive tho upiralnt-mo- lution to adjourn sine die April 15. and will still do all In his power to John G. Honry, of near Klrksvllle, suppress rulds and mob violence. Tho at Hustonville and if Dr. Green tells tho Richmond Register that tho Moore Isn't retained at McKlnnoy COLLEGE NEWS MT. VERNON. letter is partly written in capitals, aprejwrt that ho attempted to rape a wo- there will bo a general surprise. The Mrs. Scroggs entertained the prima- parently to disguise tho hand. Tho man named Dulaney, was started by doctor was a sound money democrat. ry and Intermediate grades of tho Col- spelling, composition nnd penmanship Falls Branch nnd other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds o'd at the fol her for thu purMso of blackmail and lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. Casey's fat boy, Fred Durham, Is lege Tuesday last from II to . l M. are all bad and clearly indicate that Henry's VA the paper thinks from Mr. falling oh", but he hasn't tho appear- There were S present and all had a tho author Is Illiterate and had better apjearancu that ho would not bo l-- 2c ance of a consumptive yet. He has lost delightful time. Miss Mary Green, of be building school houses Instead of guilty of such an act. weighs 211. East Bern&tadt. nnd Misses IJorda Mar- tearing down toll gates. nine pounds and Jr ' Tho liscal court was In session WedHo Is 111 years old, live feet two inches tin and Clara Kennedy, of the College, :4 At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn IE VI V ALAT nilYANTSV I LLP. nesday and adjourned to meet again oorpu-lonc- e assisted In entertalntng from 30 to 3oc per bushel. Oats from 3tl to 33c per bushel. Hay, high, and notwithstanding his the little ones. Jm'U.vl. Tollio IMUorofTlio IntMuo 10 to 00c per HO pounds. Millet, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 A pretty programme was carried out, next Monday. On Tuesday a motion he Is as active as a cat. Tho holiness revival Is sweeping lbs. Shipstuir, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop, Goc por 100 lbs We keep "Uncle Emllck" Royalty, who was wholly Impromptu. Refreshments were was made by Squire Jack Dunn to nialcc stock of all constantly on hands. Ca aud see us before buying. through Bryantsvillo; souls aro being 10 years, conserved aud tho leave taking of tho host- a levy of 2." cents on each i?100 worth of saved and sanctified. Ono lady sat up Liberty's postmaster for Ho will never ful- ess was as conventional as though they property to beu&ed in purchasing turn- CO) . all night Monday night and fasted and tinues very feeble. m pikes. The motion was lost, only one 11! prayed until God wondorfully saved. ly recover from a fall ho had some had been men aud women. Mies Berdu Martin, who won the sil- member of tho court favoring it. On ngo and no man will be more Another lady from Louisville (who Is mouths Wednesday the stockholders of tho visiting at Wllmoro) was under such sadly mUsed than he whon he Is called ver medal at the Demorest contest In sleep to a better world. Although Sa years Mt. Vernon In January, will enter the Lancaster & Lexington turnpike olTerdeep conviction that she did not d body, his mind Is Demorest contest at Lancaster for the ed to sell that road, consisting of about any Monday night, fastud and prayed old with a 18 miles to the county for $.'10,000, $.',- all duy Tuesday, and Is still seeking as clear as It vas years ago. lie is a gold medal, May Hth. WILLIAM SHELTON. President. 000 to bo paid eacli year for 10 years, The exercises for commencement day salvation. Shu left tho house Tuesday most Interesting talker and the best of uncompromising democrat. in Juno are already in preparation nnd without interest. The pro))osltion was The Second Session of 1890-9night In tho agony of despair. Bro. all, an not accepted. It is about equivalent to will no doubt be a great feast for Tho republican primary of a month Harney depicted hell In such u vivid patrons and friends of tho inter- tho estimate, with interest, which was OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH, 1897. way that his hearers could almost hear ago Is still a topic of conversation. made on tho same road by the commit- For ful' information about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our New Catatho cracking of tho llames as thoy play- There were some 30 candidates and the ests of Mt. Vernon and tho College. Prtixcir-AL- , Stanford, Ky. Prof. Scroggs and R. G. Williams tee, which the court sent out some timo logue. Address, MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, ed around tholr victims. Old men wore soreness of those who lost hasn't yet will give a sceno from Shakspearc at ago to make estimates. On Monday seen to shudder and the whole audience entirely departed. It Is safe to say that a proposition to the court will trembled before tho awful picture. God Casey's republican majority will bo de- tho meeting of tho Salamagundl Club lease two roads hear until tho November power and wo creased In November and it Is probable next week. Tho club will meet with is surely hero In groat election at a juice equal to tho amount aro looking for a revival such as Bry- that in some of tho races tho majority Mrs. Scroggs. Several guests from a of toll that has been collected for tho bo present. antsvillo has never known. Glory! The will be on the other side. Tho demo- distance will same timo in tho past. crat' will run at least four candidates hosts of God aro marching on. A Michigan girl confessed to her pasBY Geo. P. Keksia", and If tome of thorn don't win they will Tho critical stago of tho Hood south tor that she had received attention Bryantsvillo, April 7. scare tho lives out of their opponents. Lj from 17 young men'aud that 13 of them of Vickaburg', Miss., almost at hand. Thoro la a diversity of opinion re- had ki&sed her. Poor girl. Her lips Tho watora from the crevases above uro VA ASSO THE MEXICAN VETERAN garding tho legality of Rev. Fred CIATION must bo sore from so much osculation llnding tholr way back Into tho river. A seat in tho Legislature and his for surely thoJl5 did not stop at ono kiss Tho Tensas basin may be a scene of deOf Kentucky will meet In annual vote In tho primary. Ho moved to struction as the strain upon the levees at Cynthlana on Wednesday, Madison some months ago and left noth- apiece. will be enormous. Congress having apTho report of tho Stato railroad com- propriated May 12, 1807. All Mexican veterans, ing In Casey save a bedstead he wanted $200,000, tho Memphis relief :A Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, their wives, sons and daughters and to sell and walking caue he forgot. Thu missioners shows that during last year commlttou lias withdrawn its appeal for mombors aro cordially Invi- bed was sold und supposing no doubt 81 persona wero killed on or by rail aid. honorary Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Of Senator Infills says that it is all ted to attend. Tho local committee that ho could vote wherever his favor- road trains In this State. .'10 that num Squire, Stanford, Ky employes bosh about Fltzslmmons wnitlnjj for Room Opposite Court-Hou- se and other friends and citizens of Cyn- ite cane was ho came down and asserted ber two werejpassongers, "others." tho blow with which ho knocked Cor-be- tt making ample preparations tho right of suffrage. Tho courta and 52 wero classed-athlana uro out nnd that Fitz told him it was VA wk2!Wr After a strugglo lasting throe years and sultablo arrangements for the com- will mako an Investigation of the matmay yet tho strike at tho United States Glass an involuntary one on his part and ono fort, accommodation and entertainment ter and the statesman-preache- r atCompany at Gas City, I ml., has been delivered at random. Tho Senator alfor all veterans who may bo able to bo prosecuted. tend the meeting. E. II. Hohsok, Measles, which carried olT so many declared olt aud tho strikers will re- so bays that Fitz's wifo did nothing unbecoming a lady ut the ringside. PrcaldentMexlcan Veteran Associa- of Casey's good citizens, has about com- turn. It has cost their association Durrunt, the San Francisco brute, tion. pleted Us deadly work. There aro very -lnd'os on "Klssein" street, who killed two girls in a church two or county now, but scores The adfew cases In tho A live allgator, nlno feet long, are left bereaved because of Cleveland, O., have petitioned tho city threo yours ugo, is still unhung. Tho dressed to John Whaling, Is In tho Win- of families A the loss of one or more members from council to change the name. They aro hlghcbt State court has just ulllrmcd chester express otllce unclaimed. epidemic. Around MIddleburg afraid strangers might want to do as the death sentence in his case and he Is' Receiving his- young lady thoro hearing of tho arriv- that is now trying to get tho Federal courts tho name suggests. If such anliinls wore alono there wore six deaths. al asked her beau to interfero In his bohulf. Mra. Isaac T. Woodson, a slster-In- There la a possibility that Hon. Geo. "Yea they will bite no't amphibious. Tho Sultan of Zanzibar has Issued a will bo tho democratic noiui- - law of Mr. Matt Woodson,dledlnLouls-ne- o reE. Swuo you In a minute," was hla prompt Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. decree abolishing slavery. for judge. Ho ia being urged to vlllo. AFTER TRAVELING 1 AROUND ,. ... - i t ( 1 (hifdren's Ca--eyi- w&MMwkmWmi Cfotfiino. 1 Hi 1i 'J Lower Than The Lowest - -- - i , 1 1) ' I1Y BEST t ! much-noede- 11 Fine M For Only 13. uncon-solou- num-Ihm-- of I Shirts, Shoes, Neckwear post-otllc- es J. L. Frohman & Co., -- n nt jer-son- al i 1 1 1 CLOSE FlICES f 11 now-onl- y 1 I Coal Frorr; 7c to 1 1 1 H. BAUGHMAN & 1 CO. 1 mWt i 1 i i pain-racke- STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. 7 (I ii eitl-zen- s, Lv UDDGKCAKinG 1 Grl-der- 'a ro-unl- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. J. C. M'CLARY, s H. C. BUPLEY, W0,-00- 0. THE MERGHART TAILOR -- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ply. r 'J u iXJ. I nearer election Tuesever will again. day than THE INTERIOR JOURNAL A badly possibly hoeffort to break n managed quorum gavo him a majority and had Gov. Worthington ruled immedStanford. Ky., April. 9, 1897 Lt. gum shoo would have walked off iately with the coveted prize. A recapitula tion was demanded and the absentees W. P. WALTOX. brought out, when It was found that Ilunter was two votes shy again. It Courier-Journis n little lute In was the most exciting event of the ses- Tin: Its surrejoinder and but for the fact clnn Tim ilmiirun'llt.. tltlitpd Wltll tllO that It reproduces our entire rejoinder silver in breaking a quorum and then we might have forgotten what the con- voted solidly for Senator Martin. tention was about. In Its Tuesday's isThe quorum was broken again Wedsue It devotes a column or so to our nesday by the opposition to Hunter article of a week previous and indulges combining. The six original In much bolf adulation, forgetting that republicans Issue an address, in prnlto Is half scan- which they state their position and litit is said that such dal. There are exceptions, howcver,to erally Hay the slick citizen alive. It all rules and we are willing and ready makes mighty entertaining reading, to admit and hereby do cheerfully and we would print it but for Its length. that all the good things the paper Following is the latest from the scene of and more arc true. In the contlict: says of It Is the greatest and many respects FitANlCFOKT, Aprils. The joint sesbest'newspaper we have ever seen, its sion took two futile ballots and adjournbrilliant editor easily standing head ed. and shoulders above any other writer TUB revolt against republicanism, We are perfectly In the country. point, but when it says high taxes and protligaey of the peoagreed on that set In. In the it is standing now where it always ple's money has already Ohio Monday, municipal elections In stood nnd where it will always stand, had things we euiei ii linn, but respectful dissent i the democrats seem to have and a doubt to their own way, notwithstanding Me- to the first proposition .u lUtLLi oto must lude Its fu- - Klnlcv carried the State by about 50,- c 0I-Lilt; by its past. The Courier- - 000. At Cincinnati Boss Cox's man, ture course Journal didn't alwavs fight the demo- - j Goodale, was snowed under by Tafel, cratlc party and It didn't always help democrat, for mayor, who was elected getting to make republican victories possible. j by 7,U20, his entire ticket also by side with it too long there, but by lesser majorities. When We fought side City and tried to emulate Its splendid exam- It Is remembered that the Queen republican in November it pie too often to believe that it was then went 20,000 dissembling and that now only Its real can readily be seen how terrific the re- e position is manifested. It never said In j vulsion of opinion has been. The halcyon days of the past what it says qulrer did noble work for the cause and y and what by its course it seems to it much of the credit of the result is to intend to try to do: have a party of due. IICNTKU enme al antl-IIunt-cr y , v" presiGen. John Boyd was dent of the Confederate Veteran Association. boy at Chicago burned A 21 year-olout his baby brother's eyes with a red hot iokor. Mrs. Mollle Cox was badly burned by llames which destroyed her residence In Harrison county. Canton sent McKinley a greoting In A Cincinnati man cut his wife's tho shape of oOO majority for the dem- throat when sho remonstrated with ocratic ticket. Even his homefolks him for smoking cigarettes. tired already ol tho man fell fil) foot through a bridge A train seems to have Ry special arrangement we are now in thoy holped to make president. at Pittsburg. The fireman was killed and tho engineer perhaps fatally Injur- o ir customers a reduction of about enterprise nnd feeling for thu unfortu-natwill give a concert at tho Grand for the benefit 0wrn House of tho Hood sufferers, which will doubtless be largely attended. Manager Bob Brown is always ahead of the proces sion In every good word und work. The Louisville Times with Its usualo d TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN . RES position to oiler 1 ! I i ft lb t? ME if LJi KI If M ' 'i M I II j tfk f . Thomas Hastings, of Elkhart, Ind., Earl Wilson, just. 21. has been elected is wanted for fatally scalding his mayor of Lebanon, O. child because the little thing In l.i Ohio cities alone tho democrats cried. gained 41,:Jtil votes over last fall. Two people are dead and five are In a May 2!)th Is the day selected for tho critical condition as a result of being democratic primary In Madison. overcome by smoke and gas In a tunnel Senator Lindsay inadou great speech on Pike's Peak. for his bankruptcy bill this week. Three men were overcome by tho A. E. Buck, the republican boss of carlnmlc acid gas,- whlje cleaning out a Georgia, was nominated U be United beer tub at a brewery In Montreal and Stntes minister to Japan died In a short time. of Kaiisiis denounced Simpson, Up to 1S70 the number of patents IsSpeaker Heed in tho House for his fail- sued relating to bicycles amounted to ure to appoint committees. about :t00. Since then over 4,000 bicyBoth Houses of Congress passed a cle patents have been Issued. resolution appropriating $200,000 for The steamer Hart, was disabled by the relief of Southern Hood sufferers. striking a log at Granville, Tenn., on Ilunter hangs on like grim death. the up)or Cumberland, and burned Nothing seems to be able to move from with all Its freight, No lives lost. his determination to hold on till the Two sharpers worked hundreds of last day In the evening. Shelbyvllle, Ind., women by selling James Boyle, of Ohio, was nominated them English sparrows painted yellow. to bo United States consul at Liverpool, They claimed they were canaries. Eng. He was MeKlnlcy's private sec.. T. Lewis, of Urbanr., 0 against retary while he was governor. whom 400 Indictments have been found Voting machines were used at the for bond forgeries aggregating $rt00,-00late election in Lansing, Mich., and has been captured at Ypsllanti, worked very satisfactorily. The result Mich. was known 10 minutes after tho close of Another stranger was found dead In the polls. a Chicago alley the other day with his Tho republicans and National demo- head buttered Into a jelly. It Is supcrats of Mercer county failed to fuse. posed tho footpads wore after tho gold . . inc om iMi in- Harrison, son of the mar- - Tho proposition ought to have been filling In his teeth. b c t taken as an insult even by as slight The Chesapeake h Ohio has let tho und democrats as boltocrats. contract for tho grading for an addidis- - tleman's majority rone hlng 2 with us that there is great popular ..,... llierow ore eight Judiro Cantrill has been declared the tional track Injiween Huntington, W. with republican his plurality content anu in the field, the vote being as fol- - democratic candidate for circuit judge Vu., und Ashland, Ky., to make the mlsmanngement of affairs, anu wq liokets tt....i., to succeed himself, by the committee road a double track. lows: Harrison (Dem.) 14 l,S-ec with It that the republican party oT.oCG; ties- - which was empowered to do it if no ) 67,072; Sears (Hep.) The Bell Telephone Company la-oin to pieces, s slow lj, but surely was announced by yei r earned 55,517,420. Of thlsamoui t (Blwlne8S Administration) 10,100: other candidate ucm it but not to the extent of Par. April 1. tho net profit was l,:i8:i,5S0. A really , from a decided factor in btuto pontics. T Miss Plui'be Cousins, of St. Louis, good Invention Is moro profitable than I n......,.. J, ., mem- - melee ro.)S;J (Ind.) S3. I hough who has had experience in public afThe more sensible and patriotic (Ind.) the average gold mine. bers of the party may leave It, but quite young, Mr. Harrison has shown fairs and been a g woman sufIt develops that .loo Neal, tho boy there will sti I be a sufficient number of- himself to be a man of parts and the fragist, says now that woman Is natur- silver orator, of Prestonburg, Is not In he venal and ignorant to give demo- result Is a decided compliment to him ally a and will never sane, as rejK)rted, and Is recovering a Ight, and that Is all the fight as well as a big plume in the cap of do- - prove satisfactory in public life. from an attack of typhoid fever, during Semo should have on Its hands, Tho administration proposes to adopt which he was delirious. fighting mocracy. We can never do anything a vigorous policy to secure from Turkey William Carrick and daughter were among ourselves. Let the Courier- noN w j Bkyan wad in Wushing- - redress for outrages to Americans anu bound by masked burglars at Tiffin, O. Journal cease to war upon Its friends ton Te?day to arguo a ciiso before the destruction to American property in who robbed them of 2,C00. They wore and with its guns turned to the enemy 8Uppeino court und attracted moro at-- Armcnlu. The plan Is to send John W. released for seven hours, when tho pour a broad side into their ranks, as it tontlon wuerever he went than a circus Foster to Constantinople as a special not daughter was unconscious. will send parmle is so capable of doing, that IIe j)iltd a call on the presl- - envoy with the rank of ambassador. From Marlon, Ark., to Greenville, thosewho escape the death dealing dent and the two jollied each other In Tho iops. met in Louisville Wednes Miss., there are now at least 50 towns darts, bleeding and in dismay from the ?ood natured fashion. Generally the day and nominated J. A. Parker for and villages under water. Tho projHjr-t- y llei?' man who is defeated is regarded as sort clerk of the court of appeals after of from 50,000 to (50,000 people lun Mr. Watterson says ,t,nf all panics of a dea(l duck and adopting a platform reaffirming all tho leen destroyed by tho Hood. n..Umi!il moronrless t are now ina wIth your cousin Wil- - miserable doctrines of tho party anu "J - Mrs. William McGinnis, of Atlanta, state. Tra8'wrytpa,la- - Inlff He is the idol of his doclarinir for free turnpikes and a we liam Jennings. state, is an unusual woman. She saw a burthev yet many o whom regard sweeping reduction In salurles of State glar in her room and Instead of faintjuTgebv the results in Ohio and are to hm as Bro. Maret of the Mt Vernon officers. ing, sho caught and held him till a Illinois. The rush to democracy in SI"nal. oxnressed It, the greatest man Dr. Ilunter seems destined to come arrived and took htm to jail. discounts the rush of the those States ,..,.. just In sight of tho Senatorship and yet ..o r t, iw,i!,,ni nnd The firs!, to sit in tho electrical chair nivunjia ui miUUL) never bo able to reach It. He reminds will do so this nhnvo the roar is heard the cry of dis for the us of a saddle horse George A. Moore, in the Ohio penitentiary This is decidedly the llass, a youth of promises morning. William appointment over unfulfilled bosses, as last was just as emphatically of this city, used to exhibit at tho coun 18, will have the current shot through of a batter currency and better times. on. Even Potato Patch Pingree, ty fairs. One sea-o- n he showed him 10 him until ho Is dead, for a terrible and their aid soci their . that the republicans q( thu times and he took Hi red ribbons. murder. ety held to the ear, giving to tue poo- Qf M,ch, and r of Detroitat Winchester Democrat. Raiders destroyed 11 moro Fleming pie now instead of bread the stone of aame thn but who WttS turned down Chairman J. S. Chrlsmau has called county and loft word for high taxes and a more reckless waste by thu al)j)ollute coul.t. an,i then put up a meetlnsr of the democratic executive and of of their money. 'a man to run for mayor, was buried un- - committee of the Kith judicial district Sterling road, tho Mayavlllo Imj Ml.d ,n one that ho would With four tickets an nvttllincho 1W to bo held in Danville Monday, April am if another attempt to collect toll led by Mr. Hardin, one by Mr. Pettlt, A luinocnit WJls eiected mayor in 12th at 11 a. St.. for tho purpose of dewas made. one by Mr. Uradley and one by Gen. th(j Iw.k.ltlbbed roimbUi,, stronghold termining tho tlmo and method of seThe Riverside Cotton Mills Company, Use names merely by way Buckner-- we anfl oW potatQ p.Uch ,.callz. lecting candidates for circuit judge and of believe that the en of Danville, Vu., has given an order for ofillustratlon-- wc ro Joweir, fu, tho f(jrco of Juil Commonwealth's attorney. Advocate. 170 new looms. When these are put in lightened, conservative element of all .M)hoi.i:i,u ' McKinley is dead in earnest about not the mills will have 2,751 looms, which parties would unite on iGon. Duckner apointlng Kentuckians to office until will make tho Riverside tho largest and elect him," says ths Courier - Jour Tin: Harrodsburg Sayings is wrong has been elected. John W. nal, and thereby shows a lack of touch as usual. We didn't say the "only" a Senatorwas Informed that,althoughho cotton factory In the South. with the great majority of the very vo- - ' Ulster County Gazette was printed at Langley best indorsed man for the office MATRIMONIAL tors that it banks upon. There was a the Centennial in 1ST!, as it could see was tho of assistunt commissioner of the genertime when democrats delighted to lion- - if it could see anything. What we said office, the place eould not be Frank Donaldson, a widower of 82, or Gen. Buckncr, but let us speak no was that a million or more of "theorig- - al land held oien until the Kentucky Legisla- was married at Van Wert, 0., to evil of the dead, who was so cruelly inai and only" Gazettes, as they claim oho-oDaisy Cook. a Senator and Mr. crucified in the Jhouse of his supposed to be, wcreaprinted then. They were ture had could not bo appointed. ' Charles E. Martin and Miss Minnie friends at Indianapolis. lie only got fac Smiles of that printed justaftertho Langley n young people of Patrick Walsh, of Geor- Carter, If he were death of Washington and could hardly 5,114 votes in November. gia, in his address to the Cotton Grow- Mlddlcsboro, eloped to Shawanee.Tonn, alive now, peace to his ashes, he could be told from them. .. ers' Protective Association, which met and were married. ifi t .mo not rally even tne in. ni. tii.j,i.il The Todd Count v Times is reminded at Augusta recently, said: "Were I John K. Letcher, son of Dr. Bon democrats who didn't scratch the ticket Congress I would give tho party in Letcher, former superintendent of the will never forgive him for playing sec- that it Is quality and not quantity that in people power free scope to make such laws as Western Kentucky Asylum for tho Inond fiddle to McKinley, even though is more appreciated. What the essential for a revival of and Miss Hattie Vaughn, housethey can not forget his former great want Is reliable news and honest opin it may deem a return of prosperity. sane, of keeper the Institution, will bo marions, not blanket sheets printed in business and efforts for democracy and good governadministration of tho govern- ried on tho lllth. ment. We say those things moro in horse type with nothing in them. Tho If their patent ment proves a failure, the American Moses F. Berry, a widower of (III, was love than in anger, for wo have loved iNTKitiou Journal, takes no any people will hold tho republican party married yesterday to Miss Alllo J. ElGen. Buckncr and regret to have found ads. to fill up, nor cuts its rates for accountability, and the prinlasslo of 18 summers. our idol clay. The general Is too old body. Come out 'steemeu contempor to a strict policies of the democratic liott, a pretty daughter of Isaac Elliot, ciples and Tho bride Is a ary say as much? now to make amends, but we havn't party will be vindicated in tho next who lives In tho Maywood section, and As lost faith In theSCourler-JournaThe Legislature has been in session election." the wedding occurred at his home. newspapers go, it has reached far be- nearly four weeks and tho only bill yet presidential Representative Nance, of Webster, Our Lancaster letter mentions tho yond the span of life, but it is still sent to tho governor is that pre&crib- replied to his kicking constituents as marriage of Joe II. White and Miss young and Its editor Is still a true inir nalns and penalties lor rotten-eg- g I do not propose to ruin tho Amanda Bishop, the pretty and attracheart and a true man by nature ing public speakers. 6ne bill a month follows: republican party In this State, disgrace tive daughter of Mr. Joslah Bishop, eland choice. Ho Is as much out of his and there are 4IJ subjects Included in cast a rellectlon upon the county. Joe has legions ement now as ajtish Is out of water and the call. Jehosophatl Does this Leg- the State, tho United States by sending both of this of who will bo glad to hear of Senate of friends we hope soon to hear him acknowl-edtr- o islature expect to hold on Ho months af- a man there who possesses neither the his good fortune. Ho mado an exceltho error of his way and see him ter the new one conies In? natural ability nor the acquired attain- lent deputy sheriff and will doubtless walk down tho aisle for tho right hand ments one should possess who aspires make his lovely bride a good husband. of fellowship, while tho democratic democratic papers go to prais- to so honorable and responsible a posiWhen "hosts sing together in joyous invitaTho Loxlngton Argonaut says of ing tho acts of republicans It is time for tion; whose methods are questionable tion: turnpike rulders: Tho demons In tho all decent republicans to hold their and whose record Is under a haloof susTho year of jubilee has come, noses. Eh, Walton? Richmond picion, though you should meet and shape of human beings who arc deReturn, ye ransomed sinner, homo. Even If your proposition roboluto and indignato' till doomsday. stroying tho bard earning and saving o jeoplo in adjoinihg counTHE Cincinnati Commerclal-Trlbun- o were true, you wouldn't have to hold I know about as much of what Is going of In a dazed sort of way and not your nose. Eh, Adams? wakes up on hero as j)cople in Webster county. ties should bo hunted down und shot knowing exactly what hit It says beforo like wolves. This and this alono, will THE Louisville Post print large piclapsing back into unconsciousness: stop tt. News Briefly Told .'There Is a rumor that tho second ward tures of Congressmen Colson und Daviis raising a fund The Courier-JournUnited States Minister James A. of Xenia, went republican, but at the son either for the purpose of filling up unfor the fiood sufferers that has amountwho was secretary of State It has not been con- - or to show tho handsomest and ugliest nrescnt writinc Jlrroed." Later report is, however, man In tho delegation, we are at a loss der Gov. Knott, is believed to be hope- ed alreudy to $1,455.80. Tho paper heads the list with $100. lessly 111 at Lima, Peru. to determine. that even that too went republican. two-yoar-o- ld POLITICS ed. 20 FEB CENT. On all purchases made at onr htore. ud-m- it itf-ol- f - HOW IT IS DONE! BY e THE COUPON SYSTEM. 10 "We give each customer making a CashJTupchasc at onr stoi-a coupon to the value of 10 pup cent, of the amount !.... u.-"-- I cents or $100. coupons are redeemable at our store in of their purchase, whether it is These Silverware, per cent. les than its ordinary retail value. By this means our customers secure an average discount on their general purchases of from 20 to .'10 per cent, and at the same time We secure an elegant and useful household necessity. "Which we mark down in price 20 to HO ' 0, En-th- I to-da- -- dN-nis- t Guarantee the Silverware To he (full plated and equal to any thing in the market. Call at our store and see these beautiful goods. b a-r- U-- a THE LOUISVILLE A. U1HUNSKY A STORE. Imm- life-lon- CO, rmirpiKTona. home-keepe- r, T. I). HA.N'EY, M..n.ok. I'nrN, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ihrdstown, Lawronccburp, ryntliinnn, Versatile, inence, Georgetown, Klunbotlilown. Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. PAINT. BESJeDY LEAD. m IVyond .,,,., doibl wc lav thcleU Keady n ixel l'n'nton ihe market, .r. ,"''.'., 0IL$, YAKni$5G$, (0L0R$, At Lcuviuit f'rt-- h l'rico'. off-ye- ar CRAIG i' """ cS6 HOCKER, J ..,.,, toll-gat- es Pros-ideutClt- ft, cow-hide- , , j n The Queen Washing Machine. Queen means Superior to all, Queen Washer: First, That it Wo claim for tho er well-know- . 1 w 1 I Second, That It will wash from tho tiiie-- t to tho conrsuot clonn and will not tear clothes. Third, That it will wash as e'eau ns you can with will out last any other. a washboard. to Fourth, That you can do the work in three fourths less time. Fifth, That ns wa. rerunrked by one using tho Queen, when asked if it would 8iivo time nnd labor: "It nbout ruts oil tho washing part." Prico, 13 50. Call nnd sco It. onu-hn- lf HIGGINS & MoKINNEY. THE BUUe-QRA- HCrtO l. Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey W . EOOS, dem-ocrat- at n1 tj clyMjymj UriHhi My lirwtcni were mJoUoU from tho IxM lienliof of llil fanioui Itrttil of 1 or Inn III wreral SUU. A pli'iulM lot nf lg of illtli'runt xoj lor ulo. Urol nowsni)clally. SutlnfaitloiiguaraiiUtxl. Correspondence ollclleil. AiMrcs R. H. BRONATJQH. Cnil;Orehanl, Ky. I Pan-tagrap- h. woll-to-d- LXJWX Metal A.C.SINE, .;'- - Doors, Sash and Blinds, Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Etc. Boxing dressed For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of materi d atcloser prices than ever, Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. one side all seasoned stock. Mc-Kenzi- e, al - - Stanford, Kv -.l r v - v:wt'iiioltriKKjji1 a . ' --a f&a. . - - -- ifc " jjm - KM pifltn Mini mutual t I,., .1. .". ..r . . - -- - .fcHlIMVJMBfc.-.'!'JW.- 4 'i f,t f .. r, I JCuw cuir HnkH, tuds, eto., ntDanks'. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., April 9, 1897 Fast 1'L'UK color lawns ;tc; fine dimities flic. Muplo Sugar, lii ct3 a pound. lino of stoves just received Severance fc Son. AVarron & SliankH. IlICI E. C. Walton, JJusiniss Manaui:u. Is made in dlllerout colon. color is In atoclc now at Penny' VA cheap. Farris & Hardin. Ai.ahastini:. tho grout wall finish, potatoes, home Kvory grown, for sale by H. C. Knglomnn. Brazilian sweet Storo Drug Wb are olTorlng carpets and mattings at attractive prices. Severance fc PERSONALS. iKSsr.C. LYNN sheep. Son. Dud-dorar's. lain Pulaski buying Lou- Kvrryiiody invited to tho opening Friday and Saturday at Mrs. Kate JriXJK.l. V. ALCOitN wont to isville yestonlay. Mil. 11. Junction Tuesday. 1). I. Maiitin wont to Lebanon Cortrkjmt tin shingles best roof. I make tho am sole agent for Lincoln r ) county. Sine. , N. IloM.Hlt went to Now MS. Ti:x shares of stock In tho Farmers Havon, Wednesday. Mkh. SAWYKit, of London, Is a guest Hank A: Trdst Co. will be sold at nuc- e tlouat 11 o'clock at the at the St. Ahtiph Ilotul. liai returned door, Monday, 12th. Mil. Ja.mkh 1. Haim'.Y from tlio Liberty court. .1. T. Joxns, a red hot democrat and Mlis. L. K. Parish, of Lexington, a mighty clever fellow, announces himwas with relatives bore this week. self a candidate for jailer, subject to Miss llirrni: Mi'Fai.l, of Crab Or- the action of his party. chard, la visiting Miss Annlo Taylor. "YE Old Folks' Concert" seems hard Mr. K. K. 1'rotiikroi: and wife, of guests at Dr. W. 11. to gut started olT. The promoters have Ilrodhead, wuru tried two nights to get the gang toO'LIannon'K. Ku. .!. Q. Montoomkry came away gether, but falling will try again toup from Casey to hoar Sam Jones and night. have u tooth pulled. A hot fight Is going on at.Melvinney. Mr. a.nmi Mrs. W. H. Pillion, of The prohibitionists are makingastreu- Livingston, spent several days with uous olToit to prevent 1. W. Green Mrs. llettle Uroaddus. from securing saloon license MonMrs. Kllkn Lirrcinm Owslky. of day, and he is not idly watching them Lancaster, wan the guest of Mrs. U.S. work. It is haul to tell which side will Withers. Wednesday. win. Lirrciir.it Owsi.rtY, Ksq.. of LancasHarter, took the train hero Tuesday to vis-I- t TllK horse attached to Farris din's delivery wagon dashed down his sweetheart at speed Wednesstreet at break-nec- k MRS. N. J. IlORTON has our thanks of hur day and striking the 'corner of Miss for a nice sample of maple sugar Ltecio HciwJoy's store with the vehicle own make. It in excellent. tore a wheel to pieces and damaged tho Ml.ss ANNIK Lakm:Y, who has been Uillng Miss Suslo Lasley, returnud to building. The animal win also hurt considerably. lur homo in Louisville yostordny. PltASK C'oiltMiiit bus the elneh for Till! Covington Commonwealth makes H)ntiiiiistor at Kowland, wo hoar. He a great ado over the fact that four genand did it erations sat at a table In that city has Jilted the satisfactorily. Wednesday. Four generations sit toMr. 0. K. Konr.RT.havInglnltlated.I. gether at the Myers House here every A. Stephenson into the art of candy day, Mrs. Connor and her daughter, making, has returned to his home at Mrs. Huruside. Mrs. Crab Orchard. A. U. HulTman and her children. 11. C. 1:nim:.maN Is now a Main It rained yesterday all day and at a street merchant and unlike most of the rate which gavo evidence that notwithbusiother merchants ho coutluos his standing tho promise to the contrary, ness to one line. Mrs. Ciiari.ky Sinulkton went another deluge may destroy the world over to Lexington, TuoMlny, to see her again. It was booked to continue last mother, Mrs. Moore, who U matron at night, but a bow of promisu appears e prediction that the clouds will van the Lunatic Asylum. SHARRARI) has joined the isli Friday and tho rains will cease for KKV. J. T. small but select army of the smooth a season. shaven, which adds decidedly to his H' it taken 21 cents on tho $100 to jK'rsonal pulchrilmlu. keep tho hog paths, called by courtesy Mrs. Kliza Farris, of Lancaster, turnpikes, that the county has bought, why is known far and wide as tho groat In repair, what may we expect when quilt maker, Is visiting her tho county has to keep them all up ? It Mrs. John Kugleman. will take all a man can maku after Mrs. J. V. IUruiiMAN will tell you awhile to pay his tiuxesand furnish free that it pays to advertise. Sho lost a roads to the wortlile-- s scamps who jwiy diamond pin and a two line notice in nothing to support the government. this Mix.r got it for hur. Miss Maggie A noon many amusing things occur Urlght found it. MR. .1. P. JOSKIMI. State agent of the at the Methodist meeting. Tuesday l'hcnlx Insurance Co., of Hrooklyn, night Hro. Andrew Johnson engaged in was here yesterday, with local agent, prayer and continued to wrestle in sup15ev. It. II. Mahony. Sao notice of his plication loudly and long till Hro. Pickett, who is somewhat of wag anyway, company elsew here. Miss Dolly Williams, of Ihiiton-vlll- getting tired, said, 'Let's stop praying has been tendered and will accept awhile, Hro. Johnson, and sing a the position of Instrumental mush hymn.' Hut for this gentle suggestion, teacher In Hamilton College, Loxing- - the brother might have kept it up till ton. Miss Williams and her mother now. will move to that place. Goixci to Coxxiicr I's. A dispatch from Danville say: Tho Fast TennesHOME NEWS, see Telephone Company has completed arrangwniont.s for tho extension of its Ski: Hanks' shirt waist sets. service to metallic circuit ALL kinds of seed sweet potatoes at Danville, which will give this city perW. II. Hrady's. fect communication with all principal cities. The lino will como from FrankIck cream soda water at all hours at fort via Lawrenceburg and Harrods-burJohn II. Meier's. Tho company will also run a COMl'LKTK line of llshing tackle at wire between Danville and Stanford, and this will complete tho circuit Craig & Hooker's. tho four or live leading towns In Looic at clothing at Severance & this iortion of Kentucky. Son's before buying. Tub Baptist ladles have spent severTi:X drummers took the al days at tho parsonage this week at passenger train hero yesterday. work and had It In rcadlne&s for Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Crouch when they SKKU sweet and Irish potatoes in yesterday. Hvery detail of houso great variety at Higglns & McKln-noy'keeping had been looked after by these kind ladles and tho pantry had been A xr.W line of straw mattings at pri- filled with good things ftjr tho inner ces that will suit tho times at W. II. man, and thus tho now pastor and his Shanks. wife met with an unusually cordial reception, which they truly appreciated. 1'lymoth Kocic eggs for hatching. As well us the exterior, tho interior of See my "Hocks" court day. Danks, the parsonage Is now a thing of beauty Jeweler. - - and the thoughtfulness of theso good llouuil lumber, ier hundred. Saw ladies Is commendable. ed iMiplar atid chestnut shingles. II. J. Tub Caledo' .an Society will give a McHobcrts. free entertainment at tho court-hous- e A HIG 6tock of percales just received Saturday night, 10th, at 7:.'W. Mr. J. at Shanks'. If you want a pretty shirt L. Beazley is chairman and tho program includes pruyor by Dr. W. B. waist or wrapper call In. O'Banuon, an address by Prof. E. L. Wiikx you como to court Monday be Grubbs, a solo by Maud Varnon, a o sure you put enough money in your by tho college girls, a violin solo loekot to pay your bill at this olllco. by Alllo Huffman, bolo by Mrs. Carroll r Shanks, declamation by Dexter Ballon, TUB establishment of Anderson Canrecitation by Miss Fdna Courts and a on Depot street Is undergoing Im solo by Miss Clara Mershon. E. O. Sinprovements, preparatory to Doing useu gleton and E. B. Ritchie will atlirm us a saloon. that tho U. S. ought to acknowledge y CAT Bittbn. Klbert Ross, a Lancas- Cuban boligcrcncy and James M. Sauf-leto have and L. M. Lowla will arguo that it ter youth, was over yesterday Mrs. Anno Duddcrar's mad atone appli- should not. A quartette will sing a ed to a wound on his neck an angry cat Bong and Barnes Wearon and James T. Menefeo will read the paper. had made. It did not adhere. A. C. court-housDc-jK- ., .,.i tv ,ntnt.. .... j.w.iiwi;. j ...,..!., ...... .,,.,.. ujfuii nun Potatoes and Garden Seeds of uu7iuiiutt all kinds at Warren & Shanks. ready for your examination and purchase. Call at once and do both. Mrs. IIitJHHST cash market price for wool. A. A. McKinney. Call at my stable for sacks. I. M, . nruco. Marshal Newlaxu had a writ sworn out yesterday for Ferry McLean, Wb are receiving two car loads of a youth of l.". The oillcers' Utile son, buggies, carriages and road wagons Irvine, put some hogs in tho astray pen that wore bought for spot cash. Can which belonged to Mrs. Alexander, sell lower than any one. II. K. Wear- -' with whom McLean lived, and when ho on A, Son, opp. court-houscaught Irvine he whipped him severe ly. He will be tried I WILL have my annual spring opening Thursday and Friday, next, lf and Increased. Tho State Board of 1(1, and on Saturday, the 17th, the ehll Equalization notifies Judge Dawson dren are invited to como to my storo. that 8 per cent must be added to the Will have a nice display of pattern of lands and personal proper-ty'l- n hats and bonnets. Miss Llccio Hoaz-leLincoln and 10 per cent to town lots, unless he can show on the l'lth that It should not be done. Thus do Tklki'HOXB. Messrs. F. M. Ware the just suller with the unjust. The and E. O. Singleton are putting up a man who gavo his in at its telephone line Iwtween the former's right value will bo property the greater sufferer store at Molvinnoy and their partner- by the increase. ship store at Turnersville. It will connect at McKinney with tho Casey lino Frost. Mr. John Engleman Is In and it is tho desire of the above gen- receipt of a letter from T. S. Farris, tlemen to run it to Stanford. It could "Bub," at Phii-nix- , Arizona, stating be done for a small amount and we that a frost which came tho night precould then boon sinking terms with vious killed 230 acres of fine wheat for the wholo West End as well a- - the en- him, besides doing great damage to tire State of Casey. The lino from Mt. other vegetation. Tho prospects for Salem to McKinney will be up within a crops, ho says, prior to the frost were week. tho best for years. Mr. Farris is a little discouraged, but ho still thinks there OCR Casey county friends did our is noplace like Arizona. business manager Sr.Bl) I SPRING OPENING. Our Spring Stock is the Largest in Central Kentucky and since our goods wcro bought in d lots and for spot casli wc are enabled to sell car-loa- e. I to-da- v. Cheaper Than Those Who Buy in Small Lots. Come in and ho convinced. Our customers get car-loa- d discounts on each article. We defy compctiton on all lines wc carry, viz. Buggies, Carriages, Harness, Seeds, Hay, Farming Implements, Wagons, &c. KaTOpposite Court-Houv- j, Stanford, Ky. y. $mm&iim&mmm Garden Seed. Flower Seed, Fishing- Tackle, m is Wall Paper, FOR SALE. - B. K. WEAR EN & SON. m v Lii a & iw s M &A r."? x , m VfA ftfm nrt xjvv - .,. . i vniir timers uuiuiu uiu iiiiuui l.f- - fi'jiiuiiiir " .i- -I niv.iv-.i- J nsr t, nq t rnnnt ..-- ,- nt (M rSTl ivi jqj 17V m )t proud. Besides sending him away with more than a hundred dollars, 1') more of them added their names to our already long subscription list and business men right and left gavo him jobs to print, aggregating near Iii.OOO impressions. With such a good man to present the manifold advantages of the Interior Jot'R- XAL for getting out an paper and doing all kinds of job printing in the best style and at the lowest prices, it is little wonder that our subscription list is larger than over before in the history of the pajwr and that our force Is kept constantly busy in serving the public. te 1 v. W. B. MoB.OBEH.T3. tr-v- M rjr- G. II. McKinTHE G. A. ney asks us to say that the annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic will meet in Lexington, Ivy.. May 10th and 11th at 12 o'clock M., in the court house. The Council of Administration will meet at 11 o'clock A. M. at head quarters in the Phnmix Hotel. The grand parade will take place at 2 o'clock v. M., May 11. The different rail roads from all points to Lexington have granted one fare for the round trip. R.-C- 'apt. wmmmmmmmjwm iMinnnicv OTivmDn iiiuuuiui,oiiuuuiw;, ivi, IS . NEW Spring Xoclavesir, Fine Quality, Beau tiful Patterns in Rows, Puffs, Scarf5t Four-in-Han- ds grand-daughte- r, in-th- step-daughte- r, Jones. We thought to give extracts from Sam Jones' inimical lecture "On Got There and Stay There," but gave up the job. What he says doesn't read near as well as it soundswhenhetellsit in his incomparable way. His gun was loaded for bear and like a blunderbuss It scattered far and near. He went for tho dudes, for the preachers, for the merchants, for the Christians and tho sinners and ripped them fore and aft. The execration that he heaped upon our aldermen, as he called them, for allowing saloons to open again, was like doubly distilled vitrol and the dire prophesies that he said would result nearly scared to death the weaker-nerve- d women and children. It Is to bo hojiod that he Is neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet. He ridiculed the fact that tho Methodist had been holding a meeting here since Christmas and said there must be something tho mnttor with tho gun. Two weeks would bo more than ho would want to clean up this town. To Hro. Grin-tea- d he is said to have said when he told him of his long soigo: "Something must be the matter, brother. Perhaps tho "K)Ssum" is tot) big for tho dog." Xo show-evgiven in tho Opera House created as much laughter and applause as did Mr. Jones' 'few remarks" and nothing has boon so generally enjoyed. er Samuel Lan dy, of the firm of Fred & Landy, the Gilbert's Creek millers, was arrested Wednesday on a warrant charging him with selling whisky in Danville. Chief of Police G. T. Helm, of Danville, who came for him. thinks that the clever German will have no trouble in acquitting himself of the charge. Mr. Landy claims that the circumstances arc as follows: He with four other men put in a nickle a piece and bought a half pint of whisky, he, Landy. doing the buying. The whisky was all consumed by the crowd he claims and that he neither mnde profit on the deal or acted Landy has as an agent for another. proven an upright, good citizen since lie moved to this county and It Is hoped that he will have no trouble In coming For Selling Liquor. and Club Ties. See our line of Gents' Half Hose. Fancy colors again stylish. Large stock fancys, browns and blacks. H. J. McROBERTS, is PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. Our Stock of Paint, Oils and "Varnishes and our Complete PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. clear. ' J. T. JONES eumlll:iti for Jailer of Lincoln county, btibjert to tho democratic action. I MASTIC:;:MiXED Is doubly guaranteed at PAINT :i PIANOS AND0RGANS. Decker HioV. I'lnniw. llalniN ItroV. Hano. Ellington I'liMio, D. II. llahhvlt) I'lM'hur IMiiuoo. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. $i$m&mmimFmmmmm&mmxm Pianos kc. Organs. Hamilton Organs and other HOUSEKEEPERS Don't Forget About Our Splendid Stoc of ai fee !tii. ni ' tiood 10 MakiM. mill Cot Mv 1'iIcih Itoforo ou W. T. WHITE. Cruli Orchard. ! i $j &! 3 FOR SALE Duelling Kj .. I Inn-co- fa il. Carpets, Mattings and Rugs, Denims, Curtain Swisses, Curtain Poles, Window Shades, e, The fiscal court met Tuesday to lis the levy for 1S07 and to consider other matters. Mr. J. E. Lynn, recently appointed a magistrato by Judgo Dawson, was on hand and was sworn In. In conformance doubtless with the deal that elected the judgo to fill out Davison's unexpired term, or possibly with tho idea that one good turn deserves another, the court A. A. McKinney, republican, treasurer, though Squire Lynn voted for W. M. Bright. The levy was fixed at K1J cents, 17 cents higher than last year, and was divided as follows: 4c for interest on bonds and to provide a sinking fund, So for repairs of roads, 10e for ordinary oxpen&es and 21 for maintenance of turnpikes bolonglng to the county. Tho poll tax was fixed at Sl.oO, 23 cents more than last year. Treasurer A. A. McKinney was allowed $123 for his services and li) per$1 n llar: Willi all oiitliuilitiiigs w.intcil. t'Nterii uiid two l!ilriiits The hImiw j)ioH'rtj Is In tho Ih si repair. Cull on .1. II. HlfJlJIXS. :rr.MOiii. Kv. a containing Nine l;inllle Man-forStni-t- . Room- - and Ce- '& m 'jr M V.M CANDY KITCHEN! have opened up a Candy Manufactory on Lancaster Street and can supply 1 $ (& rtc, &c. Remember that m i long-distan- g. Many Varieties and Superior lency every day Mr W Curtis Egbert, an experienced maker, is in charge and guarantees satisfaction. Give us a call. J. A STEIMIEXSOX. Of Excel91-tf FRESH CANDY I m ! W carpets and mattings Have Hiremy ho vara Tn i 'A 5.1 tlin TCnsf Tlinsn i1.T( mid .'? I'nrtlnrrn.n nrn en SPRING : MILLINERY Opi-nln- m Thcru will liu a Millinery at the I ft SPLENDID : YALUES - ! north-boun- d Chas. Wheeler April Not likely to be duplicated thi season. m nr-rlv- cd s. m m sons were allowed from to il a HUSTONVILLE, KV., month for their support. Tho treasurer was ordered to pay off On 15, 1897. 14 and destroy four county bonds, aggre- Correct Styles and Pilccs to Salt tho Times. Emporium, m and Mmmmmmmmmmmmmi SEVERANCE & SON.!r 1 m cha-rad- gating S2,000. A proposition was mado to the holders of the stock In the Stanford & Halls Gup pike to pay them $12.50 a share for It and It was accepted. This will an outlay of $1,473, tho county owning 1)0 shares. Tho road has been practically free for soma time. It is now legally so. Sheriff T. D. Nowland returned tho delinquent list, 003 polls and $3,93.'! of property, In addition to returning 103 jk)11s that were exempted. He also showed that 33 women, firms and others 4 had been listed with poll tax, and of property double listed. The court accepted the list and sold It to re-qul- ro $2,-07- Also a rail Lino of SPRING GOODS. Up to Date. Everyliodv Invited. Our Line of 'SHOES. ZJGScc 12 Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock Merchandise and are now prepared to ilit overy-day, 1 of General FIRE INSURANCE. Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an suit to a wedding outfit. Our block of FMTTOKTI2 Insurance Company, OF BROOKLYN. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinawaro, Glassware, Queensware, &c was never more complete. FARRIS & HARDIN, Locust Herd Reg. Poland cninas. Headed toy U. S. MODEL, 17O. Bon of Klover's Model, Xo. 20.710. tho greatest breeding bog living, and HUXDLEV'S OLAUDK, Xo. U'.CDl, miii of tbu World's Columbian Champion. Claude, Xo. 11,007. Flins, toimy young boars ready for bervlcu. A few bhow gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows in every resjHHit, with a siic'cmlty, for bale, This stock is strictly flrst-clu- ss pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Writuyour wants or como and to dered that tho magistrates superintend tho free plkca in their bailiwicks and the court after two days' session adjourned. Mr. Nowland for $30. Tho order to work roads was modified to pay 50c a day for threo days, Instead of 02J for two days. Tho hire of e teams on tho roads was reduced to $1.50 from $1.75. It was ortwo-hors- Caledonian Co., : Insurance High of Scotland. 38,353. I FOUNDED 180C. 1 . R. B. MAHONY, Agt, STANFORD, KY. A fuw Eggs, 31 fresh Jcrboy Cows for sale. for 13. They are good ones. Albo Mammoth Peldu Duck A. E. IIUXDLEY, Box 105, Dauvllle, Ky. ' & ..kr- f- w i.'JW,lW j. vJw - TT 4ssaf,aJasj f if-Ti- .xiia ss shjprn, Jiimw . r'- - m'i5 fcg j I , 4 2 ) THEINTERIOR JOURNAL a.o5.a.7-a:o.3a.i Kingsville. Groat qulot prevails In our booittl at present. Mr. C. G. Baker's new rosUlenco Is bolnjj rapidly pushed to completion. Mrs. Stella McCarty Is In Cincinnati this week laying In her usual stock of elegant millinery. If there Is anything In signs, a nuptial event In the near future of a prominent couple of our upper tomlom will transpire. There Is strong talk of a fat man s club being formed In our town. Messrs. Gabo Walter, Creighton and Will I'calrs will be the charter members. Mrs. Martin Chawk, of Louisville, la visiting her sister, Mrs. Pennybacker. Mr. W. II. 1'onda left Saturday for Cincinnati, where he Is to reside In the future. Mr. and Mrs. Pealrs are about to leave us for a short sojourn at Liberty in Casey. Mr. Wallace Walter left Monday to spend a few days at his home In Stanford. d Tim ineetlntr of the was to have been held Society, which at the home of Mrs. W. L. I'calrs tins week, has been postponed till next week. A proposition will be laid before the next meeting to change the name of the society to that of "The Shakespeare Club" and other males may be admitted as members. The eh-ole- s NABOTH 1006. Statu) liv 1 GEORGE H. M'KINNEY IDORS6YC0LDDUST No. n'.'012. XTl.a0.3ra l'Kli so paid IN" V15 VOCCJC W.vuxt.NOti.VM Hecord 2tllM. Standard Utile . Will niiiko the m'umiii of 1SUT. 218. ulru of Latitude 2:lti nml 7 or h otliur1.V Pension & Claim Agent, Box - In tho list. Has had W When not C2.S3 will lw charged. lBIM S TIMB CARD. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. at Train leaves Stanford ut 7:10 a. m. nndjreturns at 4; 30 p. in. KNOXVILU DIVISION. No. 21 Train going North " " No. 26 feouth ....... ... " No. 25 " 12 87 p 111 3 18 a in 12 01 p m 1 IXIIp in .Mi'..iiCor Duroc 100, mhi of lliimliluloiiluit nml lro of r'liiini. 2;io. tins limn of Norluliiu. yearling rocoril UtaiS. SNtor to JtuiuH lluuoll. Jr.. by llnnililt'tniilun 10. Mru of A 2 (Inmltoit lMxtcr '':1TW. i,y llnrry Clny4.Vlroof tli ilanw of Pt. Julian 3 ilumJnleSitvre ..... .. . ....1.... .... ...... .....t..... ..10 ...n . to... liodlnv "tluli "I"'i..- 111""! mm iiiivo jiriniun-.- i . . n...- No Risk : uImi tlrtof thoduin of ElfCtiumir. lre of 130 In A Safeguard for tlio Kich tr-Kcsttlts Assured. INt. -. iwrnir-.by l.tDorty, Oll Ol i.imuu. 11 v .iiiurit-u(um Tho New England Mutual Life ...... 1....1 i.!n jM t V.ilwith. Umioof tliu .votiiiirost sons of liLHirRt) Wllkos 619, M IIIMIIUIIi.lll -- I"', . Insurance Co., II ...,..,.. OtivWIIkot 2:15U, Mike Wllkos StlS'f. 11' produoliijf dauplitors, Issues nil Forms of Life, Kndowinont and cox 2:10 ami 02 others In the 2:30 list: nNo 41 producing mhhiuiiI con- Term Policies. ISsS. IIS NalKith Is a lav lior--o. 10 hands lilph. foaled June 2. Noti-- . llaiiihrotouhui. George Wilkes, .Mamhrlno Wllku. Pilot. Jr., and Harry the hlood of iltuu Tlnu' Ky. N. B. Dorsev Oolddust lias produced n attract buj. conibln'eil voiin'm practlco ltefore nil tho tlussof brlnpf good botxesthat prices, rejranlUiwof 1111- j ers ami Depa tments lu Washington t'lt. t 12 44, Stanford, Pniducerof combined nnd Eastern horses that sell for good prices, will make the apreslivent season at Tits Doi.i.viirt to Insure ing colt. Also Jack, Boseoo, at W to Insure IMtr.lIl. a living colt. I(S, Sheat Anchor for tho Poor Man. GE. ll.l.. . .. W. -.- KIM)R1I .i flirt iitlii!! Sm, 1 ..!.... I. ut JnlUtrof Uiu-iihlilt ui'inwriiiK-- HiilJoct to the action tt of. tin--,::i- n ,. tl.titlji t.n tl... iwstsilll tit liitl tif ( llllllL Judge of this district, Hiibject to tho notion t OI Mill iieuim-ruu- e JUDGE M. C. SAUFLEY inj, ..i.. iit,.r-Vllk(w'J:1- A J. S. OWSLEV, JR., tains No.2J Clav. BEAU THIS IN MIND. l'or all Points. TJIKO'IOH TICKKTS SOLD. IJAM.AOI. CHECKED THROUGH. Kor any Information enquire of JOK S. UICi:, Ascnt, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pa Junction City as follows: 3 3S p in l.Bouth .... 12 02IP in No. 2 North No. .t $15to Insuie a Xji'ring' Oolt. My fine saddle stallion, Merry-Go-Roun- Will aUo make the .WILLIAM L., pre-e- nt All 1'olicics Issued Participate In the An nual Distribution of Surplus. Cash Sur render nnd Participating Paid up Insur ance. tly Is a candidate for tho nomination for Commonwealth's Attoruev of this district, subject to the action of tlie democratic party. GARLAND SINGLETON Is siamll.Utefor Suierlntelidfilt of Public Schmils ut Uncoln county, subject to Hie action of the IK-- season at the low price of 63 to Insurt) n Hvltigrolt. bred mid a sure foil putter. I w HI also stand He Is ele-guti- Values Endorsed on Every Policy. No catch clauses; No line print. Corres- ixratlc bl'u Noia" Note-N- :::::. 0 tion City. All trilns stop there. FRANKFORT 2, o. wm and nin 10 ft am no further than Junc- "C "w " 1 cwam RY. A. 49 pm ii.i.w nml tho low orlco of tvk. I have ervatlv reilnred en- "" and Jacks and considering their Individuality ami breeding, they jiulile tivomlles south of Ilustonvlllu on the .Moreland .. .....1. ..w .it.iiiii imiTi iiiiii iiii i.. .1... ,iit... J. K. HM'GIIMA.V, lliistonxllh', Ky. pike. & CarpuMiter's Station NOTE. TiAZO .,.... ... .1... i...t uwillJJ i iii COOD JHCKS HT - $7. J. P. HOICOA9I lrty. sub. pondence Solicited. of Uncoln county, Is a randldalo for Jcct to tho action of the democratic Asv)r son fee of mv hor-- es !,. "" JESSE D. "WEAREIT, Agent, Stanford, Ky. SAMUEL M. OWENS Is a candidate f..r slicrltTof I.I1101I11 county, subject to the action of the deiuot ratio party. AND CINCINNATI vi.vuuunctKrowN. 2 35 5 ft! r. M. 7 20 A. M. 2,00 3J5 ) 1155 8 40 Arri.eorgetown, Franktort, o, I.rc. Somerset, ' Jctflty Arl2 55 " 11 I.t 3 35 r. m. M "6 30 820 030 300 5 30 proposition will be made by Mr. Creighbusl-no,- s Woods cc Lvnn are In the sheep ton, who feels tho burden of his posiThey have ."KW or 000 on lnriralv. tion. Is rather more- than he can bear nnnu nun are buying more dally by others of his sex. unaided I will stand my nice yoimp limns mm jra r iiog:. 5;io Arr I'arls Middleburg, Casey Co, un- t,allyexecptSunda,C(i)nEUCAWal, A. ROYAI M AjLt Mr. G. K. Jeter has gone into the dertaking business. Green Kiverjwas on another rampage Sunday and Monday. A well attended social was given at Mr. W. F. Wells' last Friday night. The literary society met at the regular hour at the J. W. 1. building Friday night. Rev. W. E. Foster, of Louisville.will tw. "A $mg ? mzm KM POWDER Pure. preach at the Baptist church next Sun- I""'!" HAM Money to loan on Improved HIT ltrlguolus Is b llrlgnoll, Hubble h premUnodn c.intr l 1 ium Jack, he bx'l'rlnce, ln'tter knovtii as Bob ,lt nve farms In Sunlnl mil Amiually Als-- i I of Unodn tuty, sub. ivjiiil l.acandMiil. The democrats of Casey county arc Tall, who brought SI, M0 ton California par- fiisfrwilt . lyablc cvtl..ralli.n utbchilst Jet t to t bo at t biiiof I he (Uinwratlt party. Absolutely mrnlsti l ts. Itrlfcnolus' dam by Ctuut. Wells' great for harmony. They want Martin for ulor. A,lil..lJtrt.1rsrU.nlU...ut 1 .mMi-ab- Ire In-- how four of the Ut Am int Jack. Brlgmiliis Is black throughout Celebrated fur Its great leavening strength and iati U. S. Senator, If Blackburn can not be bealtlifuluPiA. Assures the food against alum and with white K)luts Mini of line stu and good "'licit iutron-.- .f .n.rtv iMf rs In Sti.frd. all foruis.of (adulteration so common In tlio cheap elected, for his loyalty to Joe. Ixnie. t brands.' N u rnnilldato for Jnllcr, nhjin-- to the Ilov.11. Uaki.no 1'ovdkrCo.,Ncw iork. S THIS INSUKANCU. The republicans of Casey county of the democratic party roundly denounce Gov. Bradley and the Rkduckd rates to New York City. Seiisou motley Is due on nil mares brtl to when has very near Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ky. will sell my stock bred to they ate either removed, & six bolters. Blackburn oilier Mock. City at traded or HliH'k committed to my care will receive as many republican now as tho "guv." round trip tickets to New York Proprietors attention. MIlS. U. P. SIM1S0N, Vror . fares going April 23 mv pcr-ouThe most Important case beforo the one and one-thir- d J. STEELE CAltl'EXTn:, SALE STABLE Alto return until 12 llustonvllle. Kv. LIVERY.FEED& Casey circuit court Is the Widow to 20th Inc. and good : The school Is prospering now under the management of Prof. W. T. Ford and sister, Miss Martha. Much damage was done in Casey the freshets washing away fencing, land and delaying the much- needed farm work. day. bay mare. 15 hands high. bio Tuesday night. Liberal reward. F. P. Bishop, Hustonvlllu. F. P. Bishop sold to Lyon oc Allen 4. fat sheep at 3c and to J. K. Carson a fresh milk cow for $25. He bought of vai'lous parties l. hogs at :tc and a lot of ewes and lambs at $:.o0 with lambs thrown in. Breeders will be attracted by the ads. of J. K. Baughman's line stallions and jacks, Baughman Bros' Morgan Denmark and two jacks, J. Steele Carpenter's two stallions and jack and tho jack of Hon. G. A. Lackey. D. X. Prcwltt bought a bunch of hogs from Pope Bros, at 'U0. John Harris sold Prcwltt a bunch of fat sheep at He. Prcwltt also' bought some from Eubanks Bros, and Col. Ed McCartv at the same price. Granville Cecil, Jr., bought of C. B. Sumrall, for bay a Texas gentleman, a Clay, dam by Onally, Nance, by C. F. ward, for $.V0. Advocate. 100-poufour-year-old STI.AYEU OK 5TOIXK.-Fonr-yea- r.old BI Asufi.al, v, Ilv EMMETT McCORSlACK sub-jVseven-t-rivtCeiits otter. , rt " " ,77ftmr JJ. Left my sla-- 1 nnviie Pike, a miles fnm Mnnford. WALL0.CB DENMAES 55. Aawwirof IJnolncounly, our There nre none lietter. They prow lnrger Isacainlldalcfor of Ihe democratic parly. to the net toil will ;.t any age ratten Mature iiulcklj Isearucslly ollrltc.1. Kenih for forvleo siiirl (lilts nml Young Boars for Kale. Barred rivmouth Bock Lggs packed for shipping 51 : 'delivered ut Iborne Setting of Ifteen. All of Unrein county, sub. Is a candidate f.ir InoulrleselievrfuHv answered. ' to tho action of Ibe democratic arty. J. M. ii H. J. MeROBERTS, Ctanfcrd. ill. F. ll.LKIN Jt Arr f ttmpter IH'iitiiHrk. Jr.. huliy GiMltlanl'it Deiimark. lie by Gaines V Croinwell's Denmark, he by the nice hor-- e IVumark. he by Imp. lledjeford. l'irst dam I'amile Wallace '((. ly lr Wallace: Slid dnm by Vlrtrlnliis, Ilnl diim a Whip mine. Blue - Grass Nurseries. n. JOE T. EMBRY of Uncoln comity, sub-Jcto the aeilon of the dciuoaatie patty ud earnestly aks jmirsii.ru Is a candidate f..r SPUING, 1897. Fnrit. Ktrru thing for Orvhml, .moutm" (j(r-(ePull ttoch OrmiMOiUil ami nut 'iw. Aaraifw ami Smalt Trte$, Grai f Awu SIO Sixteen bands high ami a perfect modid. He - by Wallace IVumark S.V see bis pedigree alios e. l.eel tlrt dam Mtifr 3T, b Vldette. In N'ludex, In Blood's lllack Hawk, he by Did lllack I lawk, '.'ml dam Julia Wallace." bj sir Wallace, lie b TiMlbunter's Sir Wallace, he b Sir AllierU thoroughbred, arddnni by VIrgluIus. 4th tlam a Whip Mare. Til 13 INSUUANCIS. LEXEL 262. l MV ;ric imtflce. p3 Ranter, 'jflrplwnt .strawlxrry and ymertil AMrwry ir-cf cniti toakw o.. "iy;yM 40AK, '" ho aijmU but Hf-ii- Lincoln county, subla a candidal for Ihluk. ject to the act l.m of Ihodeiiioerall. tliecounty Is cntlll-- l loa Wtliesoulhrruciidof pie, be asks )our slice of Ihe C. G. IIAKE11 Ac.rc.f Irty Y1.:ilt WILI-lA.- n ujrt. Lexington, Ay MOKBL.IN1I for As-"rol 8IO THIS INSURANCE. mil ii lows mi ' ac. the action of the drfuxratlc wilty your Isacaixlidate Unodu, sublntto Me Mudly asks BBIGNOLUS. suit. MKNEFEE for-her- irr lr DINK FARMEU nc-tl- oii dr. w. b. PBWinr, SHELBY SHELBY, Mason Hotel len's suit vs. C. S. R. R. Her husband May 4th. Two Limited Vestlbuled was killed by a C. S. train at Moreland Trains each way dally, making three KenC. C. hours quickest time from Central last September. LteuUKl, :jiiani'ord, t Ky. tucky points. George V. Barney, dlv. Hubble, pass, agent Lexington, Ky. Office on Lancaster street at Residence s INCOMPARABLE. The service on the W. F. May will be at the Christian ! church here next Sunday morning and Queen cc Crescent fast trains South Through Pullman drawing room sleepAll person deslrlnz Ieui Pods for plank fence, night. or Ire fence can tind wliat they post and rallliu T. C. Rankin has returned from Pu- ers. Standard vestlbuled day coaches want at mv store near Cedar Creek, on the pike 1 also leading fro'm Crab Orchard to Stanford laski with a lot of young cattle. Mrs. (lavatories and smoking rooms.) Elekeep 00 hand a supply of plank lor fencing. All gant cafe, parlor and observation cars. kinds of luiulwr for bnlldliu poroses; al) loards S. M. Spoonamorc Is on the sick list. ami shingles. All xtoiu desiring any nrtlcleof a lot of hogs Twentv-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Flori D. N. Prcwltt bought tills kind cau call on me at my store near Cedar 32 ti V. SINOI.CTON week at :ic and some fat da or to New Orleans, W. C. RineauCreek. here this U. sheep at Hie. Corn Is selling In this SON, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, MORGAN DENMARK. Morgnn Denmark l a bav stallion, IS hands high. Ho Is .splendidly bred as n will how. He will glance at his at tiur make tho present senMin of on tho now Lancaster pike. 5 miles from Danville, ut -t- able, Junction Klrst-C- City, Ky. of Lancaster, Kentucky, Turnouts, .t-rtl- ou prompt ittcnthm. vcrv jour .trw... f. ic.,ss.tlully solicited. " J.T.Jones, itB niip-rn Newly furttlhlivil; clwtn bedsj splendid 1'ortcra Everything ftral-cliobio. 89 meet all trains ft flflDDl uin i .1 u 1UU1 $6 To Znsuro A Living Colt. Caro taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should nnv occur. 1.1 in retained on colts for tho scuon money. Mares traded before fact Is ascertained makes season money due. Morgan Denmark was foaled In lso. He Is by On Time. mii of StonuMull Jackson. Ut (lain Ludv Morgan, by Stonewall Jack-oinddain by Vlrglnliis"; 3rd dam by Matchless and 4 s ilum by Traiwln. Morgan Denmark Is one of the Ix'st bred saddle stallions In Kentucky. Has good mane and tall and good, long," rangy neck. Don't fall to hee bhn. WlllaUo stand TWO COOD Ml'I.E JACKS at 80 to Insure. Marts grazed at 61.50 ier month. n; 1 STANFORD. KV., I'aht? liu'lil riifs A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, "t(Wfifn "BIG 'Ihe i:ol n;. Heat Mue toaud From 4: uJutlranlBsIln.il Hilars, (.s's.nU.sl .ml lllck ; . . 1'" fclnds. Iron lU.iflnttof 11 -- Sal, proprietor of CDcon's Black BUmoiid -IUsjI, jurul.hr.1 fur pslutlnrf All Sllsfacll..n l Iron roofs. Offlcoover Mclbdicru' Irug Store In the.Owsly with Ilia's lllsck HUiiiotul l"alnl lliill.linr. Cl.tcrn Dealer In Stanford, Ky. ll Ium community TOLEDOAND DETROIT All l'olnts in Mlchlgau. CHICAGO. "White City Special." Nest Terminal Station. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel ft M ! BOSTON. Wagner aHepiug Cars. Bucklin'i Arnica .S'ifr. John Raney has two sows from which for twelve The nwtt salve In the world sores, cuts,, bruises l he lias raised 72 pigs In tho last tetter, uloers.salt ilieuiii, fever ciillblalns.oin, and all skin eruption;., has a Jersey months. Darb Penman hands, cures piles or no pay cow giving his family plenty of milk ltiioslllvcly to give rfect satisfaction cr money or sale by . 1J. 1140 lbs. I'rlceM cents er box. and butter that only weighs McltoUrts, Uruirsliu H. A. B. Marksbury has been buying hemp here at 'He to 'He. John Mene-fe- e The True Ilemedy. W. M Iteplue tslltor TlsklUa. Ill . has bought Mrs. Bright Herring's "We won't keep houw without L)r Hints interest in his mother's farm sas: Discovery forCoiisuinptlon, UiiiKhsaml tolds New Kt the Exiierlmeiitwl with many near here and Is Improving the fenc- true remedy until we used others, but imer OlivDr. king's ;ew lis placo In ing very much. er. No other remedy atan take and sure euro our for eertnln chap-pis1 one-ha- lf at $1.50. H.D.PHILLIPS, CuQ. and Lools Sm.ith. STAN 10 It I , KV - HCENTS WHNT6D. I,e-re- w In every county In Kentucky for tho lloixi I'olltir I'mlector tho f;reiit(H,t Invention tluit eer lint Uen Invented, to I.lvuly nueiii niiiko ?a po on lior.' colliirH. mill SI iwrdnv. " BAl'OH.MAN S Danville. Ky. BROS-I- .pViisle';!:! JT. yt T. SUTTON, TJndortalcor, - W.T. Ult'llAUDHON. General Acent, Junction City, Ky, ForfurllicrpiirtlculorH.np-plyt- o Farmers Bank&Tnist Co. OF STANFOIlli, KV. ENGLICH : HUNTER. l FARM AND TRADE, Good Piu-in- g ;P m IftSf Jersey milk cow for sale. B. Hullet I'arlor Cars. Wanner Sleeping Tars, 1'rlrat K. Wearen & Son. Compartment Cars Elegant Ouuilics and Cars Joslah Bishop bought in. the Green river section a lot of fat hogs at 3c. via "1110 FOl'lt" Ho sure your thketsr.al Stock hogs, 35 of 100 jiounds average, I. I'. MAHTIN, Ii O. MtCOUMICK. Jcn. I'uv. A Tkt. Agt. for sale. I'asseuionTritU M;r Powell & Harper, Htiston- CINCINNATI, OHIO. NEW YORK. Couch, etc" It is Idle t with other remedies, cien If they are to Dr Hiius .New noted on you a Just as Kod as liMUUM this lelll- lil.,v.w.r. Tliv nrn not usciaxl. ely has a record of cures and liesldew Is guaranteedat fniu to .iil. fir. Trial Littles tasj i ...i W. II. Mcltobcrts' Itrug Store. Coua-lis- home, as In It we have Colds, Whoop-n- Hastonville, - - Kentucky M01MOIN1MOIM0IM1M Q THE POPULAR OINIO IMMOSMMOINIOINI IMOMOIMlOIMy OMOMMOMa r 'I'- vllle. Rev. R. R. Noel bought of George s Butcher a sow and eight old pigs for $20. jack at Will sell a good Stanford, Monday, county court day. W. S. Garner, McKinney. TO CURE A. COLD IN ONE DAY. Ed Ayres, aged 55, the breeder and llrunio Qulnliie TaMets All Tsko s to Cure, Iru?Klis rtfiind the money if It fa Bockcr and lor , owner of tho great trotting mare O. S.lebyW 11 MflUlrts,Cr.litA his homo near Spring I IVmiy. l)rii;lsts, .Stanford, Ky. died at three-month- ....... .i.ir...., ,,. II. v.. Itiirkleu A Co . Chb New eago, anil get a free sample Iwx of Dr. King Colt. To ..... ...... I.lle 1 ills. A iriai tls. '1 hoe pills are easy In action and are partlcu. Monev duo wueii colt Is foaled or iiiuru part larly clleetlveln the cure of coiistlullon ami M.k ed with. I will also wtund one lino Aouug llejilache Kor Malaria and I.hcr troubles the) guaranteed have been proved Invaluable. They I J"jV.C EC, to ljlrfectly Ireofrom escrjj 'deleterious substance not and til purely vegetable. They do to weaken 15 hands high, weighs 050 pound. Black he stoi.iac by their action, but by giving tone yteni. with white joints, elred by tne great chaui-plo- n and bowels greatly Invigorate the 11 Mcltoberts, box. Sold by Jack, Tom Klne, whoso reputation as sle iV- Ier Bob Tail's 11 breeder Is know far ami near. Druggists c-- Free Pilh i .......1.I.....1 I..... Sti.lllltl. f I.' I... l.i.-- lili.l. .Jl. ...lll.... V IJIJlUlfltJl. IM1) III. int.. ...(.. s'l.ed bv Abdallalf Messenger, ho by Messenger plp of West Lincoln Olfcrs his sors Ices to tho CI i Inf. hire of Maud Meengor. S:I(lVi. cuuntlos Full stotk ol utlliisaiul nml CiL-. gllsll iiuiuer ilum i irijiui s 'luiiiiiju, nu ets always on hand. by Imported Drennou. I will stand him I. t. Curpc'dcr. Manager, 3 mill, from Phel- tiils he.'ison ut mv stable by Clty, on the Knob Lick and Turnersvlllo Hike at. Paid up Capital, Surplus, $200,000100 17.C03 SO ls D. S. CARPENTER, wiiiiij"";" 35 Insurs A Living Hustonvlller Will carry a larccr stock of Furniture, of all klmls will sell clilTr Ih-- ii ttan c,er u ran. , .nylis.lV Plow.; The Oliver C nnd ijoliiU. of all Silver tocl and CliatUnoo ill .ia ua Sliouls, kinds. Cultivators and DouuloFarmers, call In and lu the world. make the I . ii.in, ...m iruni from a liuur ilown. . '", ltesKs.tfully, 3i"- BOB T-A.I- ..., Ul - .... Lax-ul- Beu-zett- a, MOMMOMOIM., O0My zz-zt-z- tz V'V n rzz Myers & Allen, of the West End, on Queen & Crescent Route limithave shipped fc'O cattle to Paris to be ed trains South. Uock ballast. Superb sold privately. They are mostly every comfort. Fast time two-year-ol- Station. m COMFORT. No btnoke, duat or cin-det'- H dam by Levi iltibhlu'n Prince. Ix'ttcr known as Bob Tall. Hubblo'.s Prlncn was said to & breed liner mules than any Jack that ever htood In this county. BememlHjr Prluco wan tho hire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnoll for which Mr. llubblu could have gotten 61,000 ut one time. .Too Blackburn alone broughtu Corn and Hay, 81.000. Bob Tall will make tho present hdi-boOtBco and Fwsl Kxchanije, near tho ltallroad at FIVE DOLLABS to Insure 11 living Order Crosslin?, leiiot blnvl, B. F. POWELL. 10 colt. - - Hy prollons of Its charter, debitors are a fully iirotcctcd as aro ilesllors in National lUuks, lis aliareholdcrs Wing held tiidlvldually liable to the extent ofthe amount of tliclrstiH'k therelu at the par value tin reof, lu addltloii to the amount In such sharui. ll may net as executor. d niliilstialor, trustee, Ac., as fully as an Individual. Teinlcringour thanks to Ili.rM, who liare eiilruit-c- d tlielr business to us, we trust they 111 eoutlin.0 to do no, and we otter as u guarantee for prompt attention to sania our '."O years' exicrluru In banking aud as lllieral accoiiiiiu.lallocu asaru consistent with sound lunlliig. Dmr.cTom. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cuiiuiilus, I'reaelictsvllle; J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. Shanks, William Uooeh, J. F. Cash, S.J. Kmliry, A. W. Carpenter; I. 1111, J. i:. J. X. Menefee. SON, DEKLERS IN COKL, NOEL Coal S. II Shanks. I'rcblvnt; J. U. Owsley, Cusbier; W.M. llrlglit, Teller orrictss. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUP, KV. t ObOlfW NOIMIMI 0fcM0 mwmm 7, t k. . m iV'l j m m. 1 11 ISlfMyOMOMIMO MU VJA w WHMMO O.X'.A., K. mm OljJ MlOMMMMHMO ITCtilUI trains with short lino from Cincinnati. 'Squire O. F. Merldeth sold Monday, and the steers at $29 and 12 27 heifers at $12.50. Sayings. C. F. Clay, 2:18, sire of 47 In the 2:30 list, was sold at Lexington to S. M. DEALEU IN Barber, of Bourbon county, for $400. CeHe was the property of G. & C. P. cil, of Danville. Farm At tho Terra Haute sale 18 Thead of Axtell's get sold at an average of $000, Vehicles, which is indeed a very remarkable price these times. Some brought as nuchas $1,200 and yet they were all three-year-ol- d two-year-o- ld Har-rodsburg Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. J. II. HltSglns'. Yard, Mill Satisfaction guaranteed. Jon.-B. Castlkmak. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplae $15,750. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. J. H. SOWDER, MANAGER. A.O. X B. HIG'GINS, Wagons, Pleas ure Fertilizers and Goal. Office on IOYALi OF LIVERPOOL. INSURANCE COMPANY INTERIOR - JOURNAL BUILDING: For Sale. Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Furnished, Rents Collected. Write to J. H. SOWDEH, Stanford, Ky. Write For Boat of Proportios B3RBEE colts. Agricultural - Implements, Store, I MA.S'AGKBS, i C3STLE1MN. Oommerce Building, Louisville. Ageuts TUrouihut the South. Attention ot the public Is called to the f.ict that IJtMIAU. ilil.l. ihoonlv National Dank in Stanford. Un der the provisions ol the Nutlonal Hank Act depositors arc secured not only by tha capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor all auiLUUt eiiuaiin the stock, so that deiMshoraof this Institution aro nwiired by a fund or JJ.0,000. Klvo aworu statciueiitsof the condition ol the Hank ore made each year to tho United States llovernmeiit and Its ussets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing uddltloi'-- l and vrfect salety to dcpisltors. Thldiutliiitlon.orlalnally eetabllshed aa tho Deposit Hank of Stanford lu !&, then reorganized as andagalu the National Hank ofStanlord lu reorganlzcil as the First Xatiuual Hank of Stanford practically an uninterrupted existIn Wit, has had ence for tt years. It Is letter supplied now with Uclllllca for transacting business promptly and 111), erallytliau dver Iwfore In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlruis aud Individuals solicited. l!a UIHKCTORS. FRANK J. REED. mm UIIICUKO. MM IM'.A., II. BACON, Loulsvlllu. MS ONI IMOMOfMM w asssi (MO the best riders handling John Steele Carpenter's saddle stallions this year. Ho is also working a number of young ones by Wallace Denmark and Lexel. Will C. Moore, one of In Central Kentucky. Is High-Grad- e Goods Warranted ns Represented. Main Street, opposite Elmore Wantprl-Byi llsifr 4 Stanford, Kentucky. J. B. OWENS, Salesman. Who can think Idpa w. ..... B.....w uiuk u iwicufcr WHuNrIRiE,I!uKmN,,, Siiff.nfaS: Stanford, Waibtnrton. D. C. for their il.ftju prlxo oiTtr W. A. THIBSX IjovhI Agent, An F.'Ueld, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, " J. S. Mocker, " K. U Tanner. McKinney. J.II. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M, P.Fluiore, Maufoftl. J. T W. Hayden, Stanford S. 11. ltuughuian, V. W. A. TrlbDle, M. J. Miller, Mt Mill. . croon. " I . rf fwn sStinlsswu Invftnllnna tsvantil. a 37f Kentucky. orncans. I. S. Mocker, President; J. J. Mcltoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. IMOIMOMMOliOlKI . .V W 4