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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897041301 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. to SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. POLITICS zo INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY, APRIL 13. 1897. THE DOCTORS THK llAXQL'ITr. NO. 13 I 7 Last Satuaday was a red letter day Gov. Mount, of Indiana, will not tho gold democrats In appoint- for the phyblcians of Central and South ing tho bonnl of tnxcommlfeslonors. Ho ..iisiur.i ivunbiifay. ny previous up- pointment, tho two medical societies, will appoint a sllvotito. Gage nay's ho will not take tho Central Kentucky and the South- Secretary up tho appointment of Internal revenue Eastern Kentucky, tho latter embrac- collector until tho expiration of the Ingtno counties of Rockcastle, Whit- ' ley, Laurel, Clay, Madison, Hell, Knox, tonus of the incumbents. Congressman ways of Erftlll, Knott and Magollin; tho former A Western President MoKinlcy that ho "can re-- ( those of Garrard, Lincoln, Hoyle, Me- tfuse a request so pleasantly that you eer, Casey, Jessamine and Anderson, j met In this city at Walaon's Opera are glad he did not grant It." Fourth Assistant Postmaster Getter-- 1 House at 10 a. m., tho chair being oc- til HrlHtow la making a record as a eupied by President George E. Davis, .,.. . , . II. .j.. I.lul of Lawrenceburg. Rev. J. T. Sharrard, ". neausiuan nun jiruiuisra iw Ho cuts off heads at or the Christian church, opened the predecessors. hesslon with a beautiful and upproprl- the rate of from 50 to 100 a day. Tho democratic, Hllver, republican ate prayer. Tho register showed 70 and populist Senators have formally members in attendance. This Is a good- entered Into a compact, extending not ly number to bo at largo at ono and tho only to tho reorganization of the Sen- Mime time, and If we recollect that It ate committees, hut to matters of legis- takes fiOO pcoplo to glvo a doctor a llv-- ; ing if all pay him .'10,000 people in lation. Tho principal buhluess of the Houso the aggregate must have been repreof llepreseiitatived just now consists of sented here by their family Kseula-piuIf wo Include Dr. Joseph Price, voting to ajourn. This throws upon tho Senate tho entire burden of keep- the eminent abdominal surgeon, of ing tlio Congressional Hecord supplied Philadelphia, who was present, who&o Held of practice covers all tho States with fresh news. in the course of his Cuban tqicoch and Territories of the Union, and Senator Morgan denounced Spain's whoso name Is a household one, not course toward Americans, and vehe- only in this county but in Europe, thou mently asserted that If the Hag of Stanford should rejoice because the the United States refused to shelter tho earth and the fullness thereof was hers, American youth, Owen Melton, It was If but for a day. DOWNS KITZ. a disgraced rag. Acknowledged fnclle prlnceps with The Eminence Constitutionalist says that the republicans In that town of the scalpel and in ojoratlvo technique, more than J,000 Inhabitant couldn't skilled in tho arts, learned and brave, Hud a man oomietent to discharge tho the accomplished gentleman, Dr. Price, duties of iK)atmater and wore eomiwll-e- d with his funny other honors, hat the to go 10 miles Into the country to distinction of having vanquished, in a find one that they could recommend. single round, the renowned pugilist, It's mighty near as b.id In this section, Robert Fitzshnmons, at St. Louis last Thursday. The llsti.o champion, for but then tho radicals don't think so. o Hunter and his men claim that but the sake of science, gave the for Gov. Worthlngton's rulings, the Medical Society, then In session, the gum shoe statesman would have gotten opH)rlutiity to examine him anatomithereon more than one occasion. Parlia- cally that the doctor.-- , might determine wherein lay his Herculean mentarians declare that ho has been if fair and impartial, but the Hunter men strength. They oracularly expressed heap abuse upon him. While leaving the opinion that his power resided In the hall, Representative Ljous said: his latitfiimus dors! and ectoral mus"I did not know that we had elected a cles. FItz was Invited in the afternoon democratic nontenant governor." Mr. to witness the great surgeon do an abdominal section. He stood within the Iluruam made aslnillar remark. I Tri-Statpo-sib- le, s. As all work and no tilnv makes Jack a dull b,iv, D C.irptMtcr thought It wise to provide diversion In the way of u banquet, which was held at tho Car-ponter Hoiiao from 9 to 11:30 i. M. He- sides a feast of good tilings deftly pre- purod by Mrs. Dalton and which was most elegantly served, we also had a How of soul, for It was decidedly a speechifying occasion. The magnanl- motis and gracious toast master, Dr.. I. S. Cooper, of Livingston, was in his finest fettle ami well did ho play his part; the only objection urged was that ho kept his IXuikhcus blade hanging over the heads of timorous mortals who did noL earn to mi..iW. li.it tlinuclit it impolite to rofuse. Many, however, responded In their happiest vein, Tho address of welcome wns dollvor- Vi l)V Hon. I). W. Vandeveer. Ho said he had sometimes Invited the doctors to visit him, but this was the first time he had over been summoned to visit the doctors: that he was proud of the doctors and he fairly expressed the sentiment of the people when he spoke in language of commendation. Gave an encouraging word for the Joseph Price Hospital. Ho extended cordial greeting to each and all and wound up with "If any words of mine can add to your welcome hero on this occasion, they LANCASTER. Mrs. H. F. Hudson Is Improving in , health after having been dangerously City Attorney W. I. Williams is the Either of a little daughter threoj.days' ol(1- - k;JiJ' mMm ?. VL I Follow I St. Louis, according to her latest rectory, boasts a citizen named Hut what Is there to brag of In a name requiring only 111 letters? Our sister city, Newport, goes one better in citizen Vonmitdonjlnor-bander- , a limit of "JO letters, and his name Is Johannes Helnrlch. Covfirst ington Commonwealth. Olllclal estimate of tho world's raw sugar product for this year is as follows: lleet, 1,IK0,000 tons; cane, 2.0.V,-00- 0 tons. Stock on hand, 1,150,000 tons; total, 8,7tW,000 tons. Estimated consumption for ensuing year. 7,3.riO,OCO diAhzeu-hoesterbaum- tons. Jessamine county magistrates refused the use of the Nicholasvllle courthouse to Mrs. Josaphlno K. Henry, of Versailles, to deliver a lecture on "Social and Religious Liberty," and In are said consequence the to Ih up In arms. Frank Allen, of Erl anger. Ind. thought he heard a burglar In his room and tired his pistol in the direction from whence the noise camo. To his horror, ho found afterward that he had fatally wounded his sou. Thus far this month tho custom n-- c lptn have averaged nearly a million dollars a day, showing that tho Importers are not taking the- retroactive amendment to the tariff bill very serifree-thinke- ously. Jesse Atkins, who had been In the Hopklnsvillo Asylum for I.") years, Is dead. Ho was transferred there from tho Lexington Asylum, where he had been an intnato for nearly 10 years. There will bo 1,S00 incandescent and .100 are lights to make brilliant tho Nashville exposition grounds at night. Over 20 miles of wire will be required to complete the system. An unknown women throw her two children in tho river at St. Louis and then jumped in horsolf. Tho ehildron were rescued alive, but tho mother was dead when found. During the last fowycara three sons of William Snyder, of Portland, Ind., huvo suicided, three daughters have become insane and his wife has died from grief. Theodore Durrant has been sentenced to hang Juno 11 for tho murder of Blancho Lamont In a San Francisco church. This Is the second sentence. trains on tho North and Southern railway collided at Harris-burN. C, Sunday morning. Three persons wero killed and six injured. child at St. Mary, O., A a lizzard 3 inches long. was relieved of It is believed that the animal darted in tho child's mouth while asleop. Cincinnati will bo represented at An napolis by a colored cadet, Congressman Shattuc having appointed R. C. Bondy to that posltio. Six inches of snow fell in somo portions of Ohio Friday. south-bouud g, two-year-o- ld seems to manifestin new form. is a tobacco bed, to a farmer on Rock miles been dosttoyed, a notice from owner could cultiof tobacco, vate live not 13, us lie produces over of a million of pounds of toa bacco, and, if the crop is to be reduced d our revenue will be reduced in proportion and the farmer can not live. It Is hoped that such outlaws will be brought to justice before the plant ing season opens. A highly laudable enterprise has been put on foot by John M. Farra. It is the projKwltlon to give an entertainment here, tho l.'ith, Tuesday night, that will be fully worth' the admission fee, the proceeds to be given for tho relief of tho In the South. It will consist of local musical and other talent, In which the Lancaster Concert Band will fill an important part. All should attend and be paid in a twofold measuro by getting the worth of their money and enjoying the proud satisfaction of having contributed to a most worthy cause. Admission only 15 cents. If the other towns will full in line a sutllcient sum can be raised, and it will not be missed. The English language, notwithstanding its beauty, power and force, displays a poverty in the use of words of the same orthography, to express different ideas. For instance, when we recline wo He, and, when we prevari cate we lie; when the bod v is convuls ed wo have a lit, and, when the tailor does his duty wo have a tit; and when wo go to law wo have a suit, the tailor furnishes us a suit, wo follow suit at cards and buy things that suit us. Tho same is true in tho orthoepy of words, spelled differently. It was reported on the streets a few days ago that Mrs. J. A. Royston, an estimable lady, was dye1. this surgery by the master haud of, until July ing and her neighbors expressed con' B"i "r..,..v , h,.W t..n.U t,.n,l..,.nn In' anxiety until it was ascer- siderable as a nttlng sequel to tho briborychurgm- - tn....i.. ih mrtmiMN nmi vm,i tained that tho wag, who started the ltlr,s authoritatively announced that .icport, meant that she was having somo brethren returned to thousaombly hall "J - ,u, to carry out tho remainder of the procloth colored. i"Sf upon a republican member of tho jrrum. A very interesting and Instructive General Assembly, a warrant of arrest, Mt. Xen'ia. A lino Jerboy cow bepiper was read by Dr. Birdio Carpen- - tho charge being a peculiarly ombar-tor- , longing to Mr. George A. Eubanks was of Uustonvllle, tho only lady bo- - rasslng, but not unusual ono. frightened to death Friday by a pair of longing to tho guild In this section, on-Bills have been presented providing mulea running after her; a much-love- d tho Therapeutic Management of Ty- - for tho rebuilding of workshops at tho pet sheep of his wlfo died that afterphold Fever. Always in season, bo- - Eddyvlllo penitentiary, destroyed by noon, possibly from borrow over the cause It is ever witli us, tho subject was fire, and appropriating $15,000 for same, cow's demise, and that night thieves practl- -' and prescribing powors of tho cotnniis-tlonediscussed by tho drove up to his crib and hauled olf of many consecutive years of slouor of agriculture and limiting to about six barrels of corn, taking some o practice, with a zest very In- - $5,000 instead of $10,000 tho amount ap chickens along also. In addition therespiriting, each offering somo partlcu- - propriated that may be used, to, his uraily is just pulling through m lar thought and experience, valuable grip, measles and whooping cough, WENT EOOAINST HIM. and worth preserving. various other alllictious and vicisHo inado a bet that he could eat Owing to tho lateness of tho hour situdes, lie is a mighty good faort of a A scoro of Easter eggs, the Roport of the Section on Surgery ' But tho eggsertlon proved a feat fellow and doubtless strongly believes and Surgical Pathology and tho volun- - j that "whom the Lord loveth Ho That knocked him off his pegs. In tary pajter on tho Eggsasperatod, ho eggsolalmed, Sketaw. With an eggspressivo smirk, Inllueuza and tho Examthcmata, which "Tills Easter lay, which mo has lamed, A somewhat mean man Inserted tho wero to have beon read respectively by g work !" Is most following ad. in a Keokuk paper: "NoDr. J. G. Carpenter, Stanford, and Dr. Detroit Freo Press. tice. My wife, Delia Stacy, having left J. A. Stucky, of Lexington, were de ferred till tho meeting which will oc- - Comfokt. No smoke, dust or ein my bed and board, I will not bo responcur in Harrodsburg on Thursday, tho dors on Queen & Crescent Route limit- - sible for any debts she may contract ed trains South. Rock ballast. Superb after this date. John Stacy." In tho third Thursday in July. A vota of thanks was unanimously trains with every comfort. Fast time next Issue of tho 6amo paper his wife had her revenge in this way: "Notice. tondorcd W. P. Walton for the goner- - and tho short lino from Cincinnati. My husband, Johu Stacy, having nei"Cap" Hatfield, tho noted outlaw, ous uso of the Opera nouso. Thu ses- fined $500 ther bed nor board to provide for me, I aion thon adjour.ied with tho doctors was givon a year in jail and never in a mora generous mood or when for killing Elliott Rutherford at Wil- - am now taking In washing at No. B. street." Delia Stacy. tholr prescriptions wero so agrociblo. llamson, W. Va. Lawles-nos- s public body of Individual, tho of tho body politic is for and for progre-- s. Ho paid a to Dr. Joseph PrlcCj His speoeh was with olntod anecdotes, which down house. were many and ladles not wore Tho of tho profession. Dr. M. Meyer, would have tho come us in to and deepest thought when he asked 5' Where would roiKjs watching minutely every detail, we all be If It were not for them ?" even to the making of the toilet. When Spaco forbids our mentioning tho vanil mis tlnlshed, the pugilist hurriedly rious speeches, but sutllce It to say ull disrobed himself of his glittering, were heartily enjoyed until tho hour of eled belt, that which he had fought departure. S. B. so valiantly for and cherished as the apple of his eye, saying as fie advanced to tho surgeon, "It is yours, Dr. Price: Hager's majority tor Senator was you are now the crowned champion, fully 400. having with an upper cut and with an Tho bill requiring all executions under cut fairly and squarely 'ousted' hereafter to be within the walls of tho me in tho first round." The topic for the association's dis- penitentiary, passed the House "i to cussion was Diphtheria, tho subject beThe House passed Stoll's bill providing divided Into two parts. Dr. R. T. ing for tho issuance of WOO.OOO 4 per Ramsey, representing the South Eastern, road on the Symptoms and Diag- cent. State bonds to replenish the nosis, and Dr. Hugh McLean, of tho treasury. Etholbcrt Dudley Scott is out in a Central Kentucky Society, on the Preshot ron-?- t of tho republican members of ent Status of tho Treatment of Diphtheria and Its Results. These papers the Legislature who refuse to vote for were of the highest order, were up to nuntor. "Uncle Will" Bradley ought date, progressive, and tho discussions to take the young man, lay him across were well supported. With tho pro- his lap and administer his slipper verbial differences seen In sclentitie where it will do the most good. Catron, of Wayne, is a retrencher debates, the doctors didn't all agree, He and a reformer from away back. hence a lively skirmish along the main has presented a bill to reduce tho salalinos ensued. There vii3 a conensus ry of tho secretary of tho railroad comof opinion, however, that diphtheria mission from $1,200 to $i"0, meaning to now can be explained on rational, abolish the oMlco and force a member grounds, and tho antitoxin treatment, comparatively recently Institu- of the commission to do tho work. The State treasurer has Issued an anted, is a specific If given at the incepnouncement suspending all payments tion of tin disease. Tho members broke way at V2i o'elk, until July. ThoMisponsion applies to everybody who draws money from tl.o for repair of tho inner man, and tit 1:30 peni i State, except the accounts of tho l'. M. gathered at the Joseph Price tentiary, which has an income of its Hospital to see the operations both , ovarlatomles. After tho completion of own. He says tho suspension will hut port-o- n Without peer in niake, fit & style at the low price of $10 and $12 which are equal to suits sold for bribery thoughtful yet that the $15, $18 and $20 elsewhere. health, the health democrat the he the elected, the health the llrst essential the republicans that elect Call and see our line. prosperity No trouble globing tribute have to show goods. interlarded itself a several It reported amusing but belonging that Shirts, Shoes and Neckwear albrought the White There about eight other toasts let the here, has ways up to date. think they forgotten. being left that the Nestor J. acres but blessing Intended. Garrard Agents for J. B. Stetson Soft and them, put the quarter to-dnself-evide- nt was responded to by Col. T. P. Hill able. It looks like Dr. Hunter has more In a most polished talk. He said there over his party than all the mais no profession in the world no presslon in tho Commonwealth that chinery of the State ndministr.iticn has within itself jiower to do so much combined, of which Garrard furnished good for the welfare of the people us two of the most imjtortanl factors. If the medical, for It is to any the scheme to Indict him for attemptof the advanced fru!l!j wul Ulcol.v killed by the last ft'ost and cold weather, Another Garrard county stock fair aeems to be a certainty. Over half the required stock has been taken with buL llltl ullort and the balance will be readily subscribed. With the line took raited in the county and the known hospltnlity of tho people it is safe to say that it will bo a success. Tho able, logical and forcible response of the I.NTEIMOIt JOUH.VAL to the Courier-Journand tho glowing tribute paid to tho memory of the hero of Fort Donaldson have repeatedly called forth expressions of approval. It is regarded as an article fraught with truth and one that will aid In perpetuating party organization. Our colored people gave a very creditable entertainment here on Friday night to raise a fund to be used In erecting a school-housA large crowd attended and a fair sum wa& realized. Their representation of "The South Before the War" was very entertaining are cheerfully spoken." Tho toat "Our Distinguished Guest" and several comic features were enjoya j al e. illu peaches and li Right Along. Our Styles in ItaSpringGoods And the low prices bring us the trade. MEN'S FINE SUITS, ing if a nee, any one. ed fails, he may win, and, can not win should be because he is caucus nomiIs, If can one-thir- bo-je- w Stiff Hats. One LOW PRICE to all. The Legislature, J. lM' L. Fro h man & Co., THE GLOBE, Danville, Ky. llood-suffere- rs W :SS ft l' l K in Mi J fHi tfn&ir A BJftiflHT: JJLtJLi JLIJIUJO " Falls Branch nltil other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. mw m rrnrn -- n-nn, w 1 -- a m W S 2 m M in II 111 at the fol c. i Coal Frorx) Tc to Jl l-2- I ,Sm. i i ittf in 5!K W Hi At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from 30 to 35c per bushel. Oats from 30 to 3oc per bushel. Hav, 10 to COc per UK) pounds. Millet, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 lbs. Shipstuff, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 6ic per 100 lbs Wo keep stock of nil constantly on hands. Cad and bee us before buying. :S 5: scl-entll- lc J. H. BAUGHMAN WILLIAM SHELTON, The Second Session of St CO. it STANFORD FEMKLE C0LLEG6. President. 1890-97 ! OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. For full inlorniation about Courses of Study, Terms, &c send for our New Catalogue. Address, MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. ' " 'l' '- '"""" -' "' " i BY 1 all-rou- nd rs bed-sid- be-sid- et Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Direotor. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Also carries a Nice Line of Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Room Opposite Court-Hou- se J. C. M'CLARY. I Ky chas-tencth- ." lnso-fharyn- x E&K&i eggs-hoistin- H C RUPLEY VTHE MERCHANT TAILOR -- IsJ Receiving his- - GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give Guaranteed. and a Perfect Goods Warranted Fit him a CaH. KMl i- - ,, Uh -- L - ' 'U iit (rtmimaftrr" i m , ' afl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., April 13, 1897 I 'I ! I in M r ir KI ft Canal Dover, O., has a Strayed or Stolen. boy who rides a bicycle. bay.mare. 15 hands high. Loft my sta The effort to elect a U. S. Senator In ble Tuesday night. Liberal reward. F. Dr. Hunter booms destined to get Kentucky has cost up to this time about P. Bishop, Hustonvllle. nlmoat within sight of the promised $75,000. The Queen City Oaks, for three-yeaonland and then not reach it. Friday It is estimated that 50,000 soldiers olds, was won at Nowjwrt Saturday by ly one vote stood between him and the have died on the field or In the hospi- Fawnctte, Nancy Leo's sister was sec long bought prize, but it was not forthtals of Cuba. ond and Panchlta third. coming either for lovo or money and The Warren county fiscal court deDenmark J., the fine saddle horse again the doctor experienced thcotruth cided to work tho jail prisoners on the bought at Lexington for President of the adage: hope deferred makcth the county roads. is 15! hands high and weighs heartsick. Baldwin, who had thereto The bones of a mastodon wntcn nau 1,225 jH)tinds. He cost $725. voted for Doyle and who while swearteeth that weighed 21 pounds wore dug I will stand Georgo Dictator at $10 ing that he would never consent to vote up near Paris. to Insure a living colt. Will also make for the man whom he had characterizDr. Pinckuey Thompson, for 10 years the season with two good jacks at $S to of scoundrels, consented ed as all sorts president of the State Board of Health, insure. M. S. Baugliman, Stanford. stultify himself and cast his vote for n to died at Henderson. Mr. II. F. Hlllenmeyer, tho Hunter. This put him within two votes Horton, of Compton, was LexW. A. nurseryman, informs the of election and then Senator Stegc.who drowned In Breathitt county, while on ington Leader that tho frost Friday had also been voting for Boyle, said that a stock buying trip. night did not damage early vegetables he would vote for Hunter, if he could A white man was forcibly stuffed with or fruits at all. get the other vote. Ho couldn't do it food by tho natives of the New Hebrides J. L. Beck sold to William More-lan- d though and after three ballots the joint killed and eaten. (iO ewes July 1 delivery at $2.50. and then session dissolved. Saturday the quorLiberal Club has been organized Mr. Beck sold his lambs toS. M. Owens A um was broken by the union of the gold s at Nicholasvllle. Only liberal think- for June delivery at 5c for and silver democrats and the ers will bo permitted to join.Crawfords-vllle- , and upwards. republicans, so Hunter couldn't Mrs. Thomas Iluffmelr, of Thomas A. Coulter will stand Pence muster but 53 votes. Ho claims, howInd., fatally shot her young son again this season. There are few betever, that what he will do to them this while trying to take a gun from him. tor breeders or Individuals and ho week will be a plenty and that he will Spain has sunk $128,000,000 in the Cu- should make a big season. See his pedget there, not later than Wednesday. ban war thus far, and Weyler hasn't igree in our next Issue. is the song ho has been singing As this given her anything but a run for her Woodsy Lynn bought of various parrefrom the first, It has become to be money. hogs at :Uc They ties 140 Mr. Baldwin, one of the six who garded as much cry and little wool, so An explosion of whisky In a freight bought of William Logan 45 sheep with signed the paper accusing Hunter of train near IndianaiK)Hs caused the denobody pays much attention to it. lambs thrown In at $2.25; of James H. following dispatch was received nearly every crime in the catalogue, struction by firo of 1 cars and their Goode, 10 The sheep with lambs thrown In lolitieal or otherwise, and swearing contents. last evening: ior -. FRANKFORT, April 12. Sound mon- that they would never dishonor KenIn Scott county. Va.,a man was shot J. C. Hays bought In Pulaski and quorum, Hunter re- tucky by voting for him to represent dead for refusing to marry a girl whom Rockcastle 20 calves and sold 15 of thorn ey men broke the ceiving only 44 votes. Hunter, Wilson her In the Senate, went and voted for he had betrayed. The girls brother to A. J. Thompson and W. II. Brown and Franks summoned to appear before the arch fiend almost before the Ink was the slayer. at $12.50. He also engaged 0 shouts to was dry on his name. There was great the grand jury. Thc Owonsboro, Falls of Rough and same parties to be delivered botwoon joy over the return of this stray sheep Green River railroad, was sold at auc- May 1 and )5at:ic. The story comes from Barbourville by the Hunter crowd, but his acts taken tion at Owonsboro, to the Illinois CenAt the sale of Col. R. B. Rice's efvia Louisville that after John Henry together brand him as a creature lost, tral for $150,000. fects near Hedgovillo Saturday, corn Wilson had made the supreme etlort of to all gentility and a more dishonor"Warrants were sworn out for the ar- sold at $1.15; heifers $11.50; Ills life and got Parson Hopkins Into able one If jHJSsiblo than the man he rest of the president, vice president and steers $17.50; milk cow $1S to $21; the last Congress in time to draw full assailed and under whose banner ho cashier of the defunct Globe Savings horses and mules sold low. A tract of pay for the term, the ungrateful old immediately sought shelter. 00 acres wa bought by Hunter House Bank of Chicago. scamp, refused to divide with him and in the vicinity of for $S50. A evclonic storm S. S. Cassity has taken charge of left John Henry holding the bag, and Valdosto, Ga., wreckR. C. "vVarron, master commissioner, time and the Middlesboro Herald, Editor D. E Ozark, Ala.' and and caused tho loss regretting both the lbss of his sold the home place of Mr. M. N. ed many buildings money. We can't say, however, that McDowell having resigned to become of at least one life. yesterday, containing 1117 acres we are very sorry for him, much as we telegraph editor of the prospective Cullon, of Marrletta, O., at auction to the plaintiff, Mrs. Jennie Mrs. James like him. He should have devoted his Louisville Dispatch. Mr. Cassity has fell dead while rehearsing a dirge she C. Wolfe, for $JI,vSlS.G0. It was appraistalents to a more commendable and had much newspaper experience and is expected to sing at a friend's funeral ed at $17.50 ior aero and tho price rerighteous work than to the unseating of a writer of decided force. ceived Is only a little over $27. on the following day. a democrat, who was rightfully elected, A large crowd attended court yesterTho body of a young woman from MEETING. COMMITTEE tn rrlvo nlnnn to U fcllOW. Who WB3 nOt DISTRICT severed wns day but not a great amount of business which thehead had been elected, and who If all that Is told is COUXTV CONVENTIONS called to found near Mount Vernon, 111. The was transacted. Alout 100 cattle were NAME CANDIDATES FOR JUDI true, is neither qualltlea ior me pmco on the market and most of them were head was found near by. CIAL OFFICES. sought, nor worthy of his sacred he Thomas Hays, of Logansjwrt, Ind., sold. Butcher stuff brought 2 to 2Jc, calling. It is said that In order to catch At meeting of the Democratic Exe- jumped from the third-storof his yearling and steers Iltolll, even Mr. Wilson will move to the 10th cutive Committee of the 1.1th Judicial house when he discovered that it was heifers 3 to :ic. Horses and mules were district and try to go to Congress from District of Kentucky at Danville on the afire. Every bono in his body was dull. thorn noxt time, but the chances are 12th of April, 1897, present James S. lirnknn. Tho horse show ut Hustonvllle Sat will gnaw a file. from Boyle, G. T. Farris aged 12, is wanted urday afternoon was the poorest for Chrisman that he Tommy Johnson, from Lin- at Peru, Ind., for setting fire to a neigh- years. Only four animnis were unlim Wabash" from Garrard, J. E. Carson THE ''Tall Sycamore of tho coln, by Judge R. J. Breckinridge, bor's houso because the owner of tho ited but u good many people were I n is no more. Daniel W. Voorhees. of proxy, and W. C. Bell from Mercer. property threatened to whip him for town to see them. Tho horses shown Indiana, died at Washington Saturday J. S. Chrisman, chairman, called meet- - taking some bricks from the place. were J. Steele Carpenter's Wallace . , . of rheumatism, wun wmuu had delivered Denmark and Loxel, William Dodd's J. E. Carson elected to order, J. Bryan -u..aj ..n,n,l- Hj " uncnt flecI.etIiry and treasurer. W. anAfter Wm. St. Augustino, Fla., tie finlmn and W. II. Murphy's throo- suffereu anu wmen n.ll.. address at heart. He had been n public he by King Chester. people rushed to the stand to greet jeir-ol- d . since 185S, till the expiration of his o)Teml tho fol. him, when It gave away, hurling hunJud Bpeckinrld THE horse show yesterday was the Senatorial term last month, when hoi rois0jut,0ll which was llimnl. dreds Into a struggling mass. Many slimmest we have ever seen here. A I air- was succeeded by Charles persons were injured, some fatally, and good many who had good horses failed banks, a republican. On the death of j . Mr. Bryan was knocked senseless. For- to hrinir them to town and the large noinInal was disappointed. Those shown j Oliver P. Morton, he wo- dillatC6 fot! thc olllco of Judjre an(1 Cora. tunately, however, ho was not serious- crowd.1. K. uaugninan s .miuuih; a. were , fill the vacancy and In juis in Ul0 13th judl. ly hurt. h ult wor.--t term, in Coulter's Ponce; I S. Tevls' Furiux: lire elected Senator for another Knoxvillo suffered the V.. V. Wood's Eul'Io Bird anil deorgo comi0l,ed Df Rm ing 15 years that he served In one 01 its history Thursday. The very heart Craig's Tom Yea,rcr. S. II. Baugliman q Garrml Un "M coln and MercoPi u u ordered that a of the city, Including some of the larg- and W. S. Garner each showed a jiick. the other branches of Cong-es- s. in the much force of clmractu a ml jsessed ,Qn of (leleffuUM, to bo chosen est wholesale und retail houses his m tch- was a splendid south, were destroyed. The loss is vademocratIo ,)ai.tyof 8llid coun $1,000,000 to tess eloquence andhlsnmgnetlcman. u.u ohoU1 at DunvU,0 on Tuesday, riously estimated at from , fiO Idol of his constlt-ncr making him the $1,500,000, with about icr cent of inq ot n block between his death democracy locs uency. In surance. Tho entire A M The delegates to said convention Union and Reservoir streets, on Gay gallant champion. shall he selected and appointed at a street, with the exception of tho McGee , THE Louisville Times concert for mttss mcetintf of tho deinocrttt8 of cach building, and the longest and handsomthe benefit of the Hood sufferers was co aS:i0inbled at the r0blK!ctlvo est block m the city, is a mass of ruins. both an artistic and pecuniary success. court housesJ of thc bald countlu!, on Three men perished in the fire, and ono Over 82,000 were realized and have been Satupd tho igth day of Mll w7t man who Inhaled llamea will dio. tovaSK forwarded to the homeless anu siar uig at ., (),dock p Jf th(j cal, Qf tho people along the raging Mississippi. In tlvo chalnncn of tho colinty com. FARM flNETTRRDE, addition to the concord of sweet sounds, jnlUecg which delighted the audience for more q ro entaton shall ,)C Maud S. was 2.'5 Sunday. be sold In hours, Managing Editor R. than two Joe Patchen, 2:0:, will dcn0BpiltIc candi. fjp o W.Brown, of the Times, whose fertile Qp nor at t,,0 Noveraber Chicago on May 4. . JJ brain evolved thc scheme and whose Good Jersey milk cow for sale. B. shaU und to energy and enterprise brought K. Wearen .fc Son. loto one delegate for each 200 Absolutely Pure. such a successful Issue, made a speech, Fourteen steer calves for sale. J. C. was alone worth the price of ad- Coleliratcl for lt great leavening strength aud which 0xceedlnB 100 Hays, Crab Orchard. healthftiluepv Amures I ho food against alum ami sold to E. P. Woods a all fornnjof laduHcratiou o common In tho cheap mission. "Bob," as his intimates call 0jSi J. W. Eubanks brands.; ... him, is an orator as well as a writer, j u0ylo county having cast 1,20(5 votes lot of l.'IO lb. hogs at .IJc. Royal Haki.no I'owhkb Co., Now ork. and never opens his mouth unless ho f01. Hardin, is cntled to (5 delegates. King Morgan, a 100 to I shot, won a I says something, as all who heard him Garrard county having cast 1,114 votes raco at Newport Saturday. ! delegatus. Lincoln cotin- - Frank Thompson sold In Richmond testify. will lis ended toll uii;o in uiikiuuu t,u 20 stock heifers and steers at Iljc. Divulllng House on DiiiivIIIo .Street, StanC- - . V IlUVJUfi cusi l,o THE arbitrary action of the ICv., contuliilnif Nino Koomt 8 delegates. Mercer county having Poland China Boars for sale. ford,uUli nil outbuildings wanted. and . --. 1.1 I 11 Four .!. Cistern Central uoramutce in usIHJsu.Knuu.u CMt 2 1(J0 vote8 ,8 entilled to 7 dclc. n. T. Ashlo'ck. Gilbert's Creek. mid two Hydrants. Thu iiIkjvo property Is anu BuusuiufciuK u huw ciuui,.uvwvU... gates Bull wanted high colored, two years in tho Ixist repair. Call on Ky. All democrats, without respect to in mlttce ior Louisvuie win luruiur wiuuu 9 J. II. IUCaiNS, Stani-okiiold. Address Box 47, Kingsville. the breach between the two factions. dividual views or course on tho curren- Grace Hastings, 2:12, has been pur and makes a coalition of tho forces im- - cy 0r coinage question, and who will chased by an Eastern party for $2,500. possible. Mr. nead, who has been bupport the nominees of tho Ulysses, 10 to 1, captured tho Mont-nmrsays he will not recognize tlon, and who arc now or will become Humlicun at Memnhts Satur- tho action of tho committee and there legal voters at the November election 3- u......,, ay. of 1897, are qualified and cordially inyou are. Two uckois anu repuuiii-uStock hogs, 35 of 100 pounus average, victory again in Louisville is what the vited to participate in the primary for sale. Powell & Harper, Huston- at- unfortuuate mess means. vllle. of Philadelphia, It is further ordered that If by the Dr. Joseph Price, THE republicans carried Rhode Is- 12th day of May, 1S!)7, there shall be bought of Jesse Walter his tine black 0 land as usual last week, but their not more than one candidate announced for $150. HKOOKLVN, majority there falls to offset tho for either of said offices, then on tho saddler Bruce is again agent for tho D. R. democrat gains in Ohio and Illlnolsi following day this committee shall meet old, reliable Champion Binder. See by 100,000 or more. Rhode Island isn't at Danville at 12 noon, resolve Itself him before you buy. : as large as Pulaski county and It is into a convention of the democratic Any one desiring a mower or binder as densely republican as that party for said district and declare that about will save money by seeing W II. MurCo., stronghold of the enemy. candidate as to whom there is no oppo- phy, agent for the Walter A. Wood FOUNDED lSOC. of the party, for Co. A lawyer at Stratford, Ont., is nam- sition the nominee Wilkes, sire of John R. Ashland ed Adam Swindle. A good many oth- thc office to which ho aspires, and if sold at Lexington for pass for honest men, might bo there be but one announced candidate Gentry, was ers, who Brook Curry, of that city, bought on said day for each of said otlices there similarly named without violence to STANFORD, KV. on the 15th him. shall be no truth. W. P. WALTON. anti-Hunt- er heels at Frankfort so fast they follow. The latest is the probable indictment of Dr. Hunter, John Henry Wilson and E. T. Franks for conspiracy to bribo legislators to vote for Hunter. Capt. Noel Gaines, of the McCreary Guards, has testified before the grand jury that they visited his house at different times and offered him $15,000 to secure three votes or $5,000 each, and named Gos-soClark and Johns as the ones to bo worked. Wilson went so far as to produce the money as an evidence of good faith. In corroboration of his story, Capt. Gaines produces his brother-in-laThomas Tanner, and others, who tell the same story. Hunter denies the statement In toto and says ho never saw Gaines to know him nor was he ever in his house. Gaines' wife makes affidavit that ho was there on the certain night named and says she could not be mistaken. Mr. Wilson makes a sort of a general denial, but admits that he had talked with Gaines on the subject, to draw him out and get on to his trick. The republicans who would not believe that there was anything crooked about Hunter though one arose from the dead claim that Gov. Bradloy is at the bottom of the scheme to destroy their man, while others think it is tho deep, dark and devilish design of Blackburn and his minions. In the meantime Representative Thompson, of Louisville, has announced that he will not vote again for Hunter until the charges arc disproved. Sensations tread on each other's day of May, 1807, as provided for in this call. All democratic pajwrs In this district and tho Lancaster Record are request- Pointer. G. A. Swlnebroad bought of R. H. ed to publish these proceedings. Bronaugh 511 stock cattle, mostly steers, at .'1.5J5 and sold them a few days later News Briefly Told at I to Ho. d three-year-olFour-year-o- ld The Glenn Falls, N. Y., Association wants to put up $5,000 for u special raco between John R. Gentry and Star Jloai To Business. We aro fully convinced that wc can suit and satisfy every tnsto and pocket bnok sincuour r- Mc-Kinle- y, Spring Stock Is thc most complolo one ever brought into our house and to stimulate tho trmlo we Mvn nud boys now tix are ofTei ing goods in n'l brunches at the very lowest prices Spring. We have well-know- Ike Best And Cheapest Clothing In this part of tho country and figures will prove it. Flue Clnv Worsted PnlH In Steel Grnys, Hrown and Ulncks for 7 60 well worth $12.00. Fine brown plaids, the latest styles at 18. worth f 1'J.oO, Nice Scotch Cheviot suits for 13, worth double the money. A Good Suit for $2.50, Worth $5. lloys suits, not a question, wo hnvo tliom In all tho latest styles Sailor collar suits, Wash suits, Combination suits, Ilrow nio suits and etc, from 75c to ?5, per suit The fact Hint we buy them low is why we can sell them cheap and we are now full to tho brim with atl kinds and sires. Sbos we boU;ht to sell at fl go at ill tills 'M and n.ii,. Slmi bmiL'lit to kell ntU co Bt V2. and Mioos bought to so I at 12 go at oxfords goat tho same proportion. Misses and Indies shoes and O'.c We can save you money on Indies ilres goods ot al Kitms, mik ior whims ami trimming, Hosion, Handkerchiefs, Underwear, Corset, Gloves Window shades I.aco curtalus. rmbtcllas mid etc. Look at 1 :- SHOES : two-year-o- ld Our House Furnishings goods. which wo have in a big variety such as Carpets Maltltus Oil cloth and etc. Hemember you get a handsome piece of SILVEKWAKI-- with every f2.r worth of Do-Pau- w THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UltBANSKY A CO, I'roimiictoiw T. 1). HANKY, MaSaohh. E Paris, Carlisle, Mt. SterliiiK, Ilnrdntown, Lnwrencehurc, Cymhlniia, Vernnillcs anu .MaucKpon, urn. nence, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown. y two-year-o- ld PAINT. BEV?Y LEAD. Heady-mixed Itevond doubt we hnvo tho best l'nint on Jlio market. .... - .. OILS, VARni$r)G& At liiwest n.sh 0L0K$, . 1 Prices. CRAIGcSi MOCKER, JPIJ .. , 11 B0YAl 0. The Queen Washing Machine. Queen means Queen Waslior: KirHt, m Suerior to nil. We claim for tho 1 , POWDER FOR SALE Second, That it will wuhIi from tho lined to tho coarsest clean and will not tear clothes Third, That it will wash ascoan n.s you can with one-ha- lf Thnt It will out lust any oilier. a washboard. to Fourth, Thnt ypn can do the work in three fourthH lesa time. Fifth, That as was remarked by ono usinr tho Queen, when nuked if it would save timo and Tabor. "It nbout cuts ofl tho wiwhlng part." Price, 13.50. Uall nnu sco iu .... HIGGINS & McKINNEY. THE 8LU6-QRA95 CVl-lu- r; -- HERD , 'EBHRBSHjBj Thoroughbred Buroc Jersey EEB BOSS, conven-chalrma- n, V FIRE INSURANCE. ( Mjr tmsslcrs were wlecto.1 from tho licnU of f.iiiioiu lirtsxl ofswliiolii Mteral State. A KplciiiUil lut of pigs of illllcrent itk'ia lor mIo. )rvl hwi a Kxlaltjr SatlifArtloiiKuarantecil. Corrca lrircM iKMidenu) aollrllcl. ofthii Ut - 1 R. H. BRONAUGH. Crali, Orchard, Kjr. u mass-meeting- s. Insurance Company, OP 14,-00- XjiXXZKE Doors, Sash and Blinds, Caledonian Insurance Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Eto. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material atcloser prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. BoxingJdressed one side all seasoned stock. of Scotland. $7,-f,0- 0. R. B. MAHONY, Agt., G mass-meetin- gs A. C. SI N El, - ,. ; Stanford, Kv fe- S u..'j.;u ."ii j-.- -. am. ft. ..ilirv.... A. i1. t UiW .inn .i'.Ik'i" i ,..m,.i r A . wJtAi h It . J&ff, jAr W.J.. iili i.f, , - , 1 hJiV f -- t Craig it Hocker will Latest styles and tints in stationary THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 I'L'liK Maplu Sugar, 15 cts ti pound. guaranteo lit and satisfaction. at Craig it Hocker's. Just received. . e Warrun it Shanks. FiiESH candy every day t A NEW line of straw mattings at print tho Candy Kitchen, 20c a pound. J. ces that will suit the times at W. II. Stanford, Ky., April 13, 1897 Ilia line of stoves just received A. Stenhonson. 'stmnka. ui cheap. Farrls fc Hardin. Plymoth Hock eggs for hatching. our lino of cheap wall paper be See Latest designs In "Dennlson's" fore you purchase. New and cheaper. See my "Hocks" court day. Danks, K. C Walton, UusiNnss Manaokh. crepe tissue paper for lamp shades at W. U, Jeweler. MoHoberts. Craig it Hocker's. ' grunt wall fintsli j IlnAI) Will Shanks' proclamation on Alaiiahtini:, tho T. U. Dodds will givu a phonograph U made in Kl different colors. Kvury ' COHTltiailT tin shlnglus mako tho entertainment at Willow Grove school- - 0,u' 4lh IK Illl(1 heed the suggestions color Is in stock now nt I'onny'H Orug lnwt roof. I am sole agunt for Lincoln contains. house Saturday night, next. Store county. A. C. Sine. in... - . Death. Aunt Milly Cook, a well- - A UIG stock of percales just received D. it D. For being drunk and dleor-durlPERSONALS. n you want a pretty shirt known colored woman, died Sunday al blanks Tom lvuuver, thu Negro painter, waist or wrapper call in. morning and will bo burled Miss Mom.ii: IJuhdktt Is buck from was lined W in Judgo Carson's court The heavy frost and Ice of Saturday u visit to I'urksvlllo. Saturday. MY millinery goods are now open and morning, followed by tho-- o of Sunday Dlt.'A. S. l'Kiei: spent Sunday with ready for your examination and purOne of tho handsomust displays of chase. Call at once and do both. Mrs. and Monday morning, seem to have his mother in Garrard. gotten what was left of the peaches. Hon. .1. N Saundkhs has roturnotl bonnets and chlldreiiH' goods ever A. A. McKlnney. ... shown In Stanford, Friday, 1(1. Comu. from visit to his father in Iowa. The fiscal court bought tho Stanfoid A (JltEAT display of pattern lionnets Louisvlllo, Mrs. Katu Dudderar. Miss i:ttik Kvanh, of and children's hats Friday, 10. Every and Ottenheim pike yesterday for 100 is the gucntof Mm. K. 1. Woods. A special term of thu circuit court Inxly invited to comu and inspect Iny and made it free. Theru aro 7 j miles. Uakvi:v Stoni:, tho lineman, Is con- will be hold hero beginning y for stock. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. This makes thu road cost the county fined to his lied with rheumatism. (W00. It had already given tho trial of thu Hright will ease and S00 per Miss Birrrn: 1'axton wont over to New Constaiile. Judgo W. L. mile to it. certain others named. Lexington yesterday to visit relatives. Dawson has appointed M. Speed Pej-- ! Mils. Joski'H C'OKrnv, of Livingston, I HAVE a splendid nssortmuntof IN the court yesterday the will of ton, familiarly known as "Cap," con cumu down Saturday to see hor friends millinery and other goods stable in this district, A good selec- - John Hlaln was admitted to probate. here. which are o He rod at tho closest margin tion. It gives his wife, Mrs. Eliza Blain, the Mil. .1. It. IlALKS has moved his fam- for cash. Mrs. A. A. McKlnney. entire estate and appoints her execuily to I. M. Hruce's liouso on Hast Main PllO.MlT bcrvice and quality of our The Somcrbut HojKirter says that chemicals explain the increase in our trix. P. W. Green was granted license street. to sell liquor nt McKlnney. Makic IIakoi.v, of London, spent sev- Col. Silas St. John, thu noted express-ma- prescription trade. Special attention . has leased thu Cutnliorlnnd Falls given to horso and stock formalin?. Yesteiiday was the liveliest day eral days with Mark Hardin, of this place. Hotel and will open It for thu season in Craig it Hocker. here in a long time. Fortune tellers, J. M. Uitooics, of tho a fow days. fakirs, machine men, Bobbin, the noted place Lord's Minstrels PlNK COTTAOE.--Thi- s MlddleslH)ro Town Co., washero a short and the democratic Dons. -- Mr. Georgo C. GIvens' pot was sold to Mrs. Josephine Evans by whllM Friday. county committee, all attracted Mils. HitlOHT FnilllKM., of Wuynet-hur- g, flog went mad Sunday and hnd to be W. P. Walton yesterday for i?l,f,00 crowds and everybody seemed to enjoy Mrs killed. Frank Holtclaw, also had a cash. It is understood that it is for tho day. sjH'iit several days with jK!tdog, but a wagon wheel ran over It Mrs. J. E. Farris and children. (Jeer. Vincont Change On The Queen it Cues? Dli. J. S. StaI'P and MlssUonaStapp the samu day and killed it. PltlMAKY. Thu democratic commit- CENT HOUTE. Beginning Sunday, were here Saturday, tho latter for the Didn't Piiosecute. Marshal John tee in Doyle has llxed May 29 for a April 11th, the schedule of train No. 4 purio;itt of shopping. Nowlnnd weakened as thu trial drew Mus. Ida Stkkm:, of Junction City, near and he linally declined to prose- primary to select county otllces, and will be slightly changed, arriving at who sont sovcral days with her brother, cute Perry McLean, tho youth who invites democrats of all factions, part. Cincinnati at ll: 10 A. m. instead of 7:1.". will supjiort tho nominee, to take This train under new schedule will Mr. L. M. Wostorlluld. whipped tho olllcur's son. leave Somerset at 1:10 a. m., Junction Mlis. Lizzu: McAl.lSTKit has returnI WILL have my annual spring opened from a delightful visit to friends In Won. -- Will IhilTnian and Smith ing Thursday and Friday, next, 1 and City 2:ilA. M., Lexington and GeorgeVowull walked from Hustonvillu to 10, and on Saturday, the 17th, the chll town 1:20. W. C. Hlnearson, G. P. A. Mt. Sterling and Lexington. Mil. Jamks MAKirr, of tho Mt. Ver- Knob Lick, a distance of 10 miles on a dren aro Invited to cofno to my store. Ric.NEY. Hon. Ferdinand D. Pilgnoy non Signal, was hero Sunday, looking wagur. Of course their mission to tho Will have a nice display of pattern died at his homo In Casey county after liko the world is using him woll. latter place was to sou their hats and bonnets. Miss Liccie Bcaz- - a long illness, aged 7t". He was a maMiss jiinnik Huunsidk, of "Coon ley. jor in the Federal army and a gallant Hollow," Garrard county, is tho guont Acquitted. As wo predicted in outMauuiaues. Curtis Young and Miss soldier. Since tho war he has served of Mrs. A. G. HulTman at the Myers law issue that ho would be, Samuel Julia M. Bastin, each 10 years old, will in both Houses of the General AssemHoue. Landy was acquitted of tho churgo of be married at Alex A. Bastln's Wed- bly, his last service being in the Sen-at- u Mil. A. A. Waiikkn wont to Louls- - soiling whisky at Danville. Ho will nesday. William Leach, a widower of from this district. He was a fine llle yesterday to represent Hope be very careful In thu future who ho 7i, and Miss Delila Frazicr, 21, were old gentleman and a splendid demoof Honor Lodge No. Ill at tho Knights drinks with. married at Highland yesterday. crat. He leaves a wife and one son, meeting. W. O. Rigney, of Mnssits. M. .1. Fahius and K. G. Will James, sou of Honry James, The Committee Will Select the place the remains Lancaster, to which will be brought for Kvans, who seem determined to own thu colored blacksmith, died Friday of Candidati-S- . Thu democratic county '22 years old and committee met here yesterday with n interment thu whole of IJoyle county, were hero consumption. He was a member of the Haptist church. Mr. full attendance of tho members and afyesterday. RELIGIOUS. was hum from tho Joo Severance, for whom he worked a ter considerable discussion, decided to Fahhis Sanihduk West F.nd yesterday tolling about a long time, says he was tho most thor- select two imyi from each voting preRev. II. N. Faulconer held a few protty little trirl that arrived at his oughly honest and reliable darkey hu cinct in thu county, making 'M in all, nights' meeting at Junction City last uvur know. house last week. to act in conjunction with the commitweek and drew live into the church. will meet at Stanford, Mkssiis. Hakvkv IIklm, George L. I K Sam Jones had anylody to hear his tee, which Rev. John C. Molloy, for 20 years Fenny, Joe Kmbry and F.d Wilkinson lecture, "Get There and Stay There," May 1.1, to nomlnato candidates for pastor of the Fourth street Presbyteriwero to have left last night for n week's in Stanford last Monday, it was not duo county olllces. The names of the 'M, an church at Owcnsboro, has resigned. tlsh nenr Lllwrty. to the alleged picture of him that ap- who are to canvass the question and reThe Madison county gi'and jury reG. W. CAliliKIX, blacksmith for Wil- peared In the iNTEitioii on tho most available candidates Journal of a porttho various olllces, will be kopta se- fused to indict Rev. J. L. McMurray, liam Daughorty, suffered a Htrt)ko of few days before, but la spite of it. for tho young Baptist preacher, of Berea, paralysis yesterday and was in very bad Owenton Herald. That wasn't a good cret until thu day of nomination. accused of forgery. shaio when we went to pruss. picture of Samuel, wo admit, for hu is The Q. it C. will sell round trip tickHotkei:. The Pino BlulT, Ark., KVKltYHODY was glad to see Dr. quite a handsome man, but it drew thu ets to Wilmington, N. C, May Press-Eaglat of tho ItOth tilt, tells of Hawkins Brown hero Saturday. He people like a porous plaster to see If a K. Hocker, one fare, on account of the Southern hud boon ill for a long time, and for a thing that looked like that could talk, the death of Capt. William which occurred on thu 2th in thu 77th Baptist Association. while was thought to ho fatally mi. much less amuse and edify. During the year ending April 1. 40 year of his age. He was a brother of Mil. T. J. Cltl-s- s, of Hockcastlo, who new names were added to the Harrods-bur- g Washed all TiiEiit Sins away- .- Mrs. Mary J. Miller and Mrs. Martha c.nino lown to sue his wife at tho JosBaptist church roll of membereph Price Inllrmary, worked the town Aha roeiiltof Kevs. Hollingand MlllorV Lackey and the grandfather of Mr. S. ship and but one death occurred in that n 11. Shanks' children, and was in the interest of the Mt. Vernon Sig- meeting at thu colored Iiuptlst church His funeral services were time. here. 'Hi men, woman and children had their nal. Rov. G. W. Boiling, the colored diHon. F. F. Hoihiitt sH)ke to a In rye sins washed away in thu mm1 near tho conducted by Gov. J. P. Eagle and thu vine, says what thu white folks call audience ycturday and us usual took a watur works Sunday afternoon, ltov. burial was with Masonic rites. Tho crack at creation, but failed to an- Hulling did thu baptizing and before paper says that "Capt. Hocker was an sanetillcation, tho Negroes call heartfelt religion, the whites are now simply nounce himself for any particular putting each of them undor thu water eminently just and upright man and follo.wing in tho footsteps of his race. was revered and loved by ull who knew MllS. Hai.KY and Miss Mabel Ho ho would say: "In accord with your The Methodist meeting continues him intimately. Ho leaves a faithful, hards, of Missouri, who have boon vis- faith and in ohcdiuncu to my Lord's loving wife and 'four daughters, who with Interest unabated. Rev. L. L. iting Mrs. Thomns Ualton and Mrs. command I baptize you in tho name of did all in their powor to romfort his Pickett is the principal preacher and J. G. CariKHiter, loft yesterday for thu Falhur, Sou and Holy Ghost and last moments." Capt. Hocker had been lie Is a good one. There have been a Amen." Somoof the recent converts Louisville. a great Minorer for years, but ho was number of converts and several .Irixii: M. C. SAt'Ki.KY and J. S. Ows- became very happy and not all of them always cheerful and when ho visited since last report. ley attended tho commmlttee meeting wero able to contain themselves. Near Itov. F. D. Halo has already had 127 hero a year or two ago. he seemed to at Danville yesterday which llxed the ly 1,000 people witnessed the baptismal bo happy although he bore thu evi- additions at hit, meeting in Owcnsboro. The Messenger says that it is the time to nominate- candidates for the of curuuioulus. dence that his death was but the ques- largest ingathering as tho of a fices they seek. people who listened to tho tion of a very short time. Ills last let- meeting with any individualresult Those church in Zan Di;i)Di:ilAit, of Louisville, and siren song of agents for brokerage to Mrs. Miller said ho was ready for Owcnsboro within tho past 1:1 years. Fox Duddurar, of Corbln, tiro at homo linns in Nuw York, which projwsed to ter thu fast approaching end and was not ti see Will Duddurar, who continues invest money for them and double it in afraid to meet his Maker. A good man FOR very 111. Tho latter has a badly spralr-e- d a year, now wish they hadn't boon such has gono to the reward of a well spent tinkle which he got while jumping suckers. For awhilo they bated tho The anil ptil:ir Grvfii llilur life, leaving an example of piety and Spring-- , from his engine. suckers with iblg returns and they in contentment that is worthy of all emu- Orchard. located nliout two nillos from Crab Magnificent wator, excellent ImMils. liOMKltT McALIS'mt, who has turn doubled their investment. K. S. provements. Will least! at a low figure for lation. . been in ill health for some time, leaves Dean it Co., Now York, are tho llrst to tlio present beacon. Call on or uilihis. A. A. NOWMAlt. To CaliTOHNIA. Cupt. Frank Harfor Lexington, where sho will go up and they have donu so without Versailles, Ky. ris, of Lebanon, and for many years a recoivu tho attention of a specialist. any available assets, leaving thousands Xicholasvillo Journal. of people, who can ill afford to do so, to resident here, has arranged an excurHon. BltKCic Jo.ni:s, vice president hold thu bag. Money doesn't grow on sion to San Francisco, beginning June FOR S7UJE OR of tho Mississippi Valley Trust Co., trues in this country and when a follow 22 and good till Aug. 1:1 at the heretoTlio ileslralilo home of the late John lllaln with a delegation of St. Louis comes around offering almost to glvo fore unheard of rate of $.14.10 for tho located on tlio Danville and Stanford turn pike, l'i from the latter or $10 less than for one way. i containingmiles acres of land, well place, and was glvun a big banquet In Phil- you two dollars for 0110 mako him right round-tri1U'; Improved 110 can be secured well watered. Tlio house Is u cottage adelphia thu other night. about face and then plant tho toe of If a party of 2.1 or with porches, all necesary Mil. II. N. Wahk, of Washington your boot where it will do him tho from this section, Capt. Harris under- Iund rooms a large, roomy barn, fencing gixid, doto sccuro a Tourist bleeping car, takes pond of never falling stock water and all county, was here yesterday. He is greatest hurt. trees which can bo used exclusively by tho kinds of fruit III11, In full liearlng. Apply ing well thure, but seems to live In to Col. T. P. Cuts Hoth Ways. Secretary J. J. party for tho ontlro trip, the cost of signed on tho preml-.es-Stanford, or tho underhopes that ho will yet get back to LinMcKobcrts, of thu local board of un- which would bo $1 per day, each, In adcoln to upend thu rest of his days. .iu. t.. A. IU,AI.. derwriters, has received a letter from dition to cost of transportation. This Messhs. John S. HuoilKSund John P. Jones wero in Knoxvlllu during thu thu Statu Hoard tolling him to call a trip is further desirable on the score of SPRING : MILLINERY ! bigcontlagratlon and camu vury near meeting of all thu local insurance offering tho party tho privilege of goThere will bo n Millinery Opening at tho stopping at Hotel Knox, in which thu agents and notify them that beginning ing tho Southern route and returning lire- originated. Tho house Mr. Jones May 1, when tho ordinance requiring tho Northern route, and should the Insurancu companies to pay $20 a year parly t0 vhilt Portland, Oregon, a travels for was among those burned. license, will go Into uifect, that an ad- rato of $11 by steamer and $7.,10 by rail ditional charge of 10 per cent must be additional can bo obtained. Tlio cap HUSTONVILLR, KY., HOME NEWS, added to the present insurance rates on tain extends Invitation to his friends . located within tho city hereabouts to go along and to those Oil April 14 . all property 15, 1897. See Danks' shirt waist-sots9 limits. Thu companies aro forced, tho ...Iw ii.iint ,.1 t'falt flirt irnlriiin imltit. It.,. la ' " . Stjles ami Pi Ices to Suit tlio Times. ICE cream soda wator at all hours at board says, to this Increase by tho un" IIIU ujUJuriuuivj ui bm muw. j. iiu (Correct t.1110 Of iwu Also U John II. Meier's. just tax levied upon them and that the greater portion of this great country rates will continuu aa long as tho can bo seen and an Insight Into its varSr.EU sweet and Irish potatoes In is required. Tho council had ied advantages of climate, resources Up to Date. Everybody Invited. jaeSeo McKIn-ney'great variety at Iligglns & aro and industries obtained that could not Our Lino of SHOES. 12 better go slow, tho real standing all they can now and this in- he had In anv other way. Communi JONES AM back at my gallery ready to wait crease of their insurance rates means cate with Capt. Harris at Lebanon if you. Call. A. J. Eurp, photo- a loss of many thousand dollars to you wish to go and desire further par- - u (l CttmUuat0 for JnIur ot Lincoln county, on Bubject to the democratic action. them. tlculars. grapher. cufT V m New links, studs, etc., at Danks'. m Want a truss home-mad- I 1 SPRING OPENING. Our Spring Stock is the Largest in Central Kentucky and since our goods wcro bought in lots and for spot cash wo aro enabled to sell car-loa- d a -- ... ' Cheaper Than Those Who Buy in Small Lots. Come in and he convinced. Our customers get car-loa- d discounts on each nrticlc. We defy competiton on all lines wc carry, viz: Haggles, Carriagca, llamoss, Seeds, Hay, Fnrming Implement?, Wagons, dc. KaTOpposito Court-IIousStanford, Ky. p, I y, to-da- y. 11 wtMmMi m 5H B. K. WEAR EN & SOV. to-da- V fash-ionab- lu Garden Seed. $ Flower Seed, Fishing Tackle, Wall Paper, FOR SALE. ?? 3H ite m : K n, m :4 r." SSI home Get our prices before bonding your orders away -- Just as cheap at I'iu-sidii- nt & Ai v W. B. MoROBERTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. 9 P Spring Xeckweur, Fine Quality, tiful Patterns in JBcait- NEW - Bows, Puffs, Scarf$t Four-in-llands and Club Tics. See our Fancy colors again stylish. Large stock fancys, browns and blacks. line of Gents' Half Hose. sweot-heart- s. ... H. J. MoROBERTS. ... PAINTS, OILS, varnishes; to-dn- Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is Complete and our PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. MASTIC MIX El D PAIN Is doubly guaranteed at e, 7-- m&mmm&t$mmm:mmmmM ffnTTQtfTrCTTCPPPQ p PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Don't Forget Ahout Our Splendid Stoc of &) j well-know- i m 5 of-lic- e. Carpets, Mattings and Rugs, Lace Curtains, Draperies, Denims, Curtain Swisses, Curtain Polos, Window Shndes, g$ I) c, Ac. Ilcinember that sancti-licatio- f"t 'j carpets and mattings Have Already Advanced In the East Those J2.50 and fU i m ill a - m to ,u l'orticrrcs aro ! RENT. wi'll-kno- I m SPLENDID T .' VALUES m$m Not likely to he duplicated this season. to-d- ay R6NT 'mm&n&m 1V4 SEVERANCE A iu4Vi SOV.K- - tlnan-clur- s, p, Lffi!i! Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock Merchandise and aro now prepared to of General . Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an evcry-day, suit to a wedding outllt. Our btock of w-tf- h Chas. Wheeler and Emporium, Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queonswaro, &c was never more complete. m SPRING GOODS. J T HARDIN, High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cninas. . FARRIS toy U. St s. tax-paye- rs m J iwolgrees. Prices reasonablo and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come and 8CV "flaw 'fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 105, Danville, Ky. Eggs, 81 tor 13. Son of Mover's Model, No. 20.719. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,601, on of tho World'w Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007, Fine, toi)i)V vounK boars ready for service. A few show gllU old enough to breed, and bred sows In every ropect, with a biHJciiilty, for sale, This stock U strictly Headed S. ItfODEL, r)0. 38,353. vV 4 ..: ,,fcL..fc.frf v, qwt" IfryT'r"- - " r " VTB? llifr "w u The ALMIGHTY CASH meagre profits on the old prices and politely request that you give me a call before purchas- - me, and will buy for you each and every article in my entire stock at prices that speak louder than words. Having bought my goods with the CASIT when prices were at the lowest ebb, am now able to oiler many of them at what is now wholesale cost. In view of the coming tarilV, all imported slul.V, have advanced from 10 to 20 and even .'JO per cent, since my stock was laid in, and take this opportunity of notifying you that every dollar's worth of goods will be disposed of at the mohl L 1 lias made hard times vanish like the mist before the rising sun. Jt has bought for HJ W R rtl V 1 !S 111 Y !Sr Best Goods for the Least Money' My Motto and the Golden Utile absolurely appljcd to every Customer. t VI AL I Y per yard. all wool, from 25c to 75c per yard. values, one and all. In patterns from 25c to fanciest Dress Goods I have a few of theand black all wool Serges, G5c Blue The latter are special IT it Silks, Ribbons, Laces, etc. the times. All qualities,colors and prices of Silesias,Pcrcalines,Cani-bric- s, Eustcline, Canvases, Fiber, Crinoline and other of the latest Linings. My line of Cotton Goods, such as Bleached and Brown Sheetings, Camlets, Ginghams, Calicoes, Percales and AVhite Goods of every description, is very complete at present. I have more Percales on hand than 1 ever had. Call in and see them. Samples freely given. A great variety of Trimmings, such as Velvets, The priccsjof these goods suit My Hamburgs and Laces embrace the latest 185 cents and others whrth 72c at GO cts. By an honest . i creations of the oriental artists. Quite a variety in pat- Lincu in trade these wore .bought below their value and terns, quality and width in both. Prices run from 2 to 75 arc oifered the same way. cents. An extensive stock of soil bosomed, fancy Shirts (the The most fastidious will be pleased with the extensive latest thing) I call special attention to. A full line of line of Towels, Crash, Table Linens and Damask shown. sizes always on hand. The most noticeable feature about my CLOTHING In Hosiery and Shoes, most anything anybody is the lit, and the most striking characteristic is the low would want. 1 handle the noted Zeigler Bros. Shoes. For prices. If I can not lit you out of my stock, I can take style, comfort, durability and price, they are superior to your measure. Perfect fit, highest art and lowest prices any other goods made. always guaranteed. Notions, such as Hair Pins. Ladies' White Linen Space will not permit a detailed description of my AVool and Straw hats. But I will say from point Silk, Crepe Paper, Leather Bells, Purses, of style, quality and price they are Linens. Filo strictly up to date. Shirt "Waist Sets, etc., in boundless profusion. Ogjf'Xotiee. Hides, Hams, Feathers, Poultry and EiXS am ottering Neglige Murts worth i at taken at cash market prices for At present goods. 1 ... ... M It u HP When Col. Isaac Shelby, of Arcadia, SHELBY & GEO. W. BEBOKD SHELBY, was at Cincinnati la.t week, the Endusk N cnmllilato for ....I'rojirli'tum. ... ., to tin ofllcv of A T..t,,Utu rf l Elder John Carmichnol preached at vtlnas lougo nas ouoh quirer said: Col. Shelby Is tho grand l IVIItLUkf Wt Jailer of Lincoln, Millet to tltt notion of They grow larger. the Baptist church Sunday. London s m of Gen. Isaac Shelby, the lirst gov- LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE till' (ll'IlKKTIltlO JHUt organized at Pittsburg. The There are none bettor. M.ituro quickly. Fatten well "t any age. Bovn, to tho wife of Mr. George Mc- lodge instituted it. ernor of Kentucky, for whom counties Hoar- - Heady for Gilts and Young Junction City, Ky, JfUIHii; M. C. SAUIXEY 20 people of Middlesboro were i l more than half a dozen States and Plymouth Hock hggt pack- o Coy, a daughto", named Ina. About or Hale. llarrcd liomoScvcn-ty-KlvFirst CUm Turnout", wniiint attention, Terr In n ed for shipping Si: delivered at llfteen. All Mr. C. Forrester has been quite ill at caught by the E. S. Dean Company many towns were named. He lives on ciinilldttto for Cents per Sottltif: of rranaMi ratwt A mrtloii of your lutruiiatt It Jmtpotf IlilHtlNtrk-t-the iioiiilimilim furl'Ircult . the Miller House for the past week. the lino estate settled by Gen. Shelby niiuiir oiicikm. KUhjivt to tlio action swindle for an aggregate of l,000. is Inquiries cheerfully answered. of tin tic mrt McBOBEHTS. Stanford. Vernon brass band gave an The Mt. J. M. li H. J. A municipal ticket which embraces In 177i, called Travelers' Rest. Tho cnjo3-ablsupper at the court-hous- e white democrats and republicans, and mansion where many famous men of , S. OWSLLV, JR., Friday night. has been nominated at the nation were entertained, was orect-e- l AND ORGANS. J tick Adams returned from Frankfort a Negro or two N u rniidlitato for tin nomination fur PIANOS In 17S0, is still in of tho II! ,i xun oiippm iwut Pinevllle. AAJJ M1DDI Attorney of thN ilMrlru UlAO, IftUl Saturday night. This is tho third man Central University defeated the State family and Is in a tine state of preserllro-.'- . Piano-- . Decker to tho urtlon of tho democratic nrt. Pianos. governor has from here whom the Haines Pros'. Cnllotro football team Sat rluy on the vation. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe STANFORD. KY., Ellington Piano. recently. hitter's grounds 11 to and Centre Col- - visited the Shelby family Iwfore writ-leg- e Sole proprietor of JDran'i HUfk IMaimmJ llool I). 11. Baldwin Pianos. FNcher Plane, Sect Paint. i;lluiatM The new residence of Mr. B. J. pilntlru beat Georgetown at Danville lti to Ing "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and named mrtjil anil Iron nmfm.;urnl!iM fur i,iBnniMl wol, UacanilliUtclorSuwrlntnJrntof All Mitl.faril.m I'utillcSrhooh mo goou master ot me story, weorge roof luliitttl with IVn' HUck I'i.imonJ I'aliit "I Unojln county, ul.J,vt t tli action of lb iHm is nearing completion. It is a 0 Eitoy Organs. Hamilton Organs nnd other . ...! . ' LlHllA l.lHtf Makes. l IL . -j handsome cottage and vill be quite an ""mrti tn Iron mm, in ini iw ni IlUck Mrs. Florida Parrlsh. wife of Law Shelby, In honor of her host. Moit of antifialranll jrurm, I urifT (UWanUnl ami niuiis Sec my Goods and Get My Prices Before, you f al lition to Richmond street. ver S. D. Parrlsh, of Richmond, luw the characters of the famous book lived Iruti Iloo(ltii;of nil ktrnh. W. T. WHITE. Crah Orchard. 10 Uuy. The Band of Hope was attended by a been granted license to practice law , In the region of Travelers' Rest, which F. II OLD AM large number children Sunday af- .. ...... .. Is a candidate for Astrr of Uncolu county, sub. M'KINNEY. ternoon. This of a good work which nml will, wo nnine., form another part- - is a few miles from Danville. GEORGE H. to the action of the democratic litty. is nership with her husband. iNCOMrAKAHLB. The service on tho Unclortalcor, the W. C. T. U. has undertaken. Hicks, half brother to William Queen & Crescent fast trains Sout h John ev& Claim Agent, The Pine Hill Coal Co. is getting op- Cloyd, of the Mlddleburg section, died iThroutrh Pullman drawing room sleep Hustonvillo, - - - Kentucky SAMUEL 91. OWENS erything in readiness for extensive last week at his home In Casey after a ers. Standard vestlbuled day coaches Is a ean.lldatc for sheriff of lJnroln county, suldcct erations this summer. They arc refit- protracted Illness of typhoid fever. He to the action of the democratic party. Box 44, Stanford, Ky. EleOfltri liUfcrrlcvs to tlie iiple ofWnt Lincoln ting the cottages and repairing their was 20 years old. unmarried and a (lavatories and smoking rooms.) ami Caey counties lull itoik of CotOniaml Ca)k-l11ns had 12 ycaw's practlco Insforo all tho gant cafe, parlor and observation cars. alwajrion liatij. side tracks. They will have a saw mill splendid young man. Dona tmnts In Washington City. 0 1) 8. Curjul.r. Manager. W Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Flori EMMETT McCORMACK on their land. The directors of the Brodhead Fair da or to New Orleans, W. C. RlNKAlt Is a candidate for AwrMorof Unroln county, Co. op- Association held a meeting and overThe Rockcastle Rock Quarry to the action ol the democratic parly. Vuur SON, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. support Umrnoitly sollcltcl. erated by that substantial firm, W. C. hauled the books. They found fH in D. S. Mullins & Co., now employs about 100 the treasury over and above all expen IlucUiu't Arnica Salw. Huatonvillo, M. P. ELKIN men and are shipping large quantities ses. This Is a remarkable showing, The iet Mlve In tin world fur cut lirultcs non, ulrr, talL rheum, fever anro, tetter, Will rarry a larger tm.k of Furniture of all kinds la a ratiUtljtf fur Aitmmr nf LMiinnln rtiuutv auh of ballast. Messrs. Andy Fish and when it is taken into consideration that hanili.chllblaltK, corns anl all kin ertiptloim. thM year than ever lfortand wlllwll rlitsiwr than ltlTely It iiotwjr Robert Cox, two most worthy young it was their first exhibition. Mt. Ver- uuarajtvvil tocurw piles or MlUuctlonmiulrl. It li iivIkhI Plow. The Oilier Chlllcl, Vulcan, jtv, ,u nit Mtutu. vi lueutriuocrauc arir. give (vrfi'ct cr moiier Sifter .Slecl and of all and Kor ule ly NV. 1). kinds. CulllratorChattanoia Mioiels,liil men here, have positions with them. I'rlcf 'ii iviita Iht Ijx. non Sigual. and Double all Malta McltoWrtt, PnipjUt. make, the In the world. I'armers, call In and Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Scroggs are In Tom Morrow, Jr., of Somerset, trod JOE T. EMBRY get any tiling jou want from a Iiukk)' down. Danville attending Presbytery. Mr. on Sam Sanders' foot in the gallery of ltemeily. I). S. CAHI'KNTIIIl. 3 Is a candidal, for Assivr nf l.lticotli comity, subTht True Itenpectfulljr, Office oa Lancuterstrwt at Residence ject to the action of the deniocralla kiny uJ Win Gilmore thinks of locating here. the House at Frankfort, and he hit W. 51 llepliie tlltor TUkllwa, III . "nilcf," earnestly asks your supurt. ay: "We won't keep houw without Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Poynter have tak Morrow on the face hurting him con- New PiH.'urery (orCoiKiiinptloti, Ojiielnanil Klim'a CohU nil the en rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Weber. siderably. Both men were arrested, I.xcrInieiit'I with in.iny olner. hut never f)oor-cry- . Dr. Kln' New true reiueily until c All persons desiring Locust Posts for plant fence, Misses Ora Hansel, Florence Grillln C. G. BAKER No other reiiiely can take In plate In our Some of No. 52012, but Morrow was dismissed.. post ami railing or wire fence can ftnd what they euro for home, m In It we hatu a horse It a candidate lor want at my store near Ceilar Creek, on the pile and Lela May Lovell entered Mrs. rescued him from the 0)Uti, C,)il, WhooiliR certain ami mireIt li lillo Producer of combined and of Lincoln county, Coiiicli, etc" Sanders' friends I also leading from Crah Orchard to Stanford sell for make thu to theacllou of with remcll'v. school this week. Messrs. W. Statehouse policeman, and the charge toexerliueiil m oilier coo.1 a eren If liny are thatm'iimmi ntgood prlctw, will to Instirv a ir"-o- lri thesoutUeru end Ihodeuiorratle larty Think All keep on hand a supply of plank for fcnelnt; livof thecouutyU entitled toa Tkn Doi.tau nrjfol on KlngN New Jut a kludsof lumber for hnlldln purees; o board C. Mullins and Ab Sparks, of Living- of resisting an otlicer will be brought 1Hmk)vit.jou'lhey are notnioioil, lr ing colt. A No Jack. Hococ, sit ?A to Insure slice of the pie, he aks your aopport and h Ingles. All ierso:n desiring any artlrte of a reconl of cort--i ami liiilm h Kuaruuievl ha P. lCKlD. a living colt. this kind can call on me at my store near Cedar ston, were up Sunday. Editor Smith against him. It never fulU to KilUfv Trial ImttlM lieu at N. II. Horsey Golddnst has jiroduced a 3a Crook. it W. MNtiU.TON V. Ii. MrlluUrta' Uruicbtort bor-s- . came up Saturday to see his best trirl. class of coinliliicd that nttnu't Lay- WILLI AH! 3XOSiELANl ers ami bring good prices, reifurdlisof Tho electric current wouldn't worl: Dr. Pennington has located here with Is n candidate for AsKKorol l.lnwln, siihjrit to lCri. Fne Pilh satisfactorily so the electrocution of A Anchor n promising prospect for success. We thBCtkiiioflliedei.iicratIeity llukltully asks Send 3ur nddrtt to II. V. llurkleii A Co . Clil- your supitri. William Hass, tho Ohio boy murderer, capi, und get a freomiupla li of Dr. hltu's New Joiiy. C.sTi.hvu.N welcome him and his excellent wife. A ') l.,Miau, l.lio III. . irul win out, nice you o llii'irnief was postponed to the 21st. The State ti Man. Poor hte I'lll aru isiy In action und are SAM W. 9IENEFEE ell.ilhelo the cure of coiiMiulion and slrk had better stuck to the rope. It may MATRIMONIAL. No Risk A Safeguard for tho Ilich trouhles they Ilttidaclie lor always hae Iweii prored Malaria and Liter aresuaruuttisl la a candidate foriSheriff of Lincoln county, subKesults Assured. break sometimes, but it nearly lnraluahle. They ject to the. ncllou of the democratic irly, free from uvtry deleterious sulistaiKe Thomas Hatley, of Estill county, gets there. to They do not weaken nml loUi purely Tho New England Mutual Life Tenn., eloped with his tone to Mrs. Lcland Stanford took out a lilo hy their iulioii, hut hy n'vln I lie systemMomnche INSURANCE COMPANY lleuil nml Niwels greatly Invl.'or.ito DINK FARMER Co., and hasn't since been heard from. Insurance policy for 81,000,000 for the or cuu ; k.t ihix. sjoin uy tv n McIUiU-rts- , insurance Urugglata Miss Louisa MeXame, a Bellcfon-talnIs a candidate for Jailer, mibject to tho ncbenefit of the Leland Stanford, Jr., OF LIVERPOOL. Issues till Forms of Life, Endowment and llou of thu democrutlc party. O., belle, took a teaspoonful of University. The annual premium is Term Policies CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. TO Paris green because her lover jilted $170,000. Take Laxttlre llromo (Jiilnino TMels All MIND. her. Iiruvlt refund tin, money if It falls to Cure. Tor BEAR THIS IN !u!e by W II Jltltoberta, Crlg A Mocker and (i. BdRBEE & C&STLEMN. American are tho raot Inventive NelMr. Frank VanWinkle and Miss nearly L. 1'enny, DruSts, Stanford, Ky. All Policies Ined Participate in the on earth. To tliuni huvo been MHS. U. D.SI.MI'dON, I'ror . MANAC. IIUS, Sur-u- p lie Menzies, a popular of nuul Distribution of Surplus, Falmouth girl, COO.000 patents, or more tlian REDCCKD rates to Now York City. In the world. No disIusur. were married Wednesday at the resi- all tho patents render and Participating Paid Lancaster, t Kentucky. covery of modern venr.s has been of gruiiter Chesapeake & Ohio Hy. will sell Oommcrco .Building, Louisville. anco. dence of Hon. Leslie T. Applegate, a benefit to muukliul than ClianilKTlulti'it The round trip tickets to Now York City at Agents Throughout the South. Cholera of Newly furnished; clean beds; 8lond!d Values Endorsed on Every brother-in-la- Advocate. tho bride, in Fal- Colic, more to und Dlurrhu-- Hemedy, or has one and d relieve pain ami sulTerliig. fares going April 2.'1 douo mouth. lablo. Everything "I Policy. Porters J. W. Vuucliu. of Oakton, Ky.. .says: and to idth inc. and good to return until meet all trains A lot of shrewd Michigan girls who huvo used Chamberlain's Colic Cholera 89 May Itli. Two Limited Vestibuled No catch clauses; No fine print. several In my fmnlly Dlarrhwa Ical Agent, Trains each way dally, making three want to get married have formed a years, und Hemedy to Ihi the lest for medicine I Und It . PUIC1 Solicited. time from "bachelors' club." They know per- ever used for cramp In the stomach and hours quickest George VV. Centrul Ken- Stanford, - - - Kentucky A. Barney, div. tucky points. bowels. For 37tf JESSE D. WEAKEN, fectly well that tho men always fall in gists, Stanford,alu by Craig & Hooker, Drug- pass, agent Lexington, Ky. Surfoon Ky." ove with girls whom they imagine are Dentist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. H9Tfftli Mrs A. Inveen, residing at T20 Henry ."I., out of the market. 111., suffered with sciatic rheumatism Alton, Stanford, Ky. SC. Rev. J. W. Loving, pastor of tho for over eight month. Sho doctored for It WU IS iOAK, BOHDS time, using various Carapbellsvllle Baptist church, and neurly tho whole of this by friend, and was REAL ESTATE Office over Mcltoberta' Irui Store In thelt)wslrr remedies recommended Moncv to loan Miss Lelah Harvey, daughter of Rev. treated by thu physicians, but received no ductive farms in on Improved city nrotwrty or pro Hiilldlnii. DEALER IN Stanford and Lincoln county al Aim I wll W. P. Harvey, ot tho Western Recor- relief. She then used one and n half bottle 0 par cent . payable Chamberlain's EXCHANGE. der, will become one on the 28th. Mr. ofcomplete cure. 1'aln Halm which effected furnish bonds for public or c,rioratlou pltlclalstpublished at her Executors. Aauilnlstrator or tiuarniansat reaiiThl u PleasuMemtes. Aiu agent for four of tin lwt I' Ira InLoving Is from Fluranna county, Va., requvnt, a lie vrnnts others slmllary In Kentucky and Coinpanli-In every couuty In Kentucky for the to know what cured her. Tho 25 and surancepalronageof doing husincM propertv ho'ders in Stanford. and is a graduate of the Southern The 50 cent size for nale by Craig & Mocker, solicit H. SOWDER, MANAGER. J. Horo Collar Proteotor tho greatest uohik oiiMness Vehicles, lute sjiueu.1 oiner coiiiauies H.VAHNON, nero. ological Sorainary at Louisville. His Druggists, Stanford, Ky. WALLACE Invention that over has been Invented, to Sl.Ciil .gU e go on horse collars. Llrely ngenU make 83 ago H. J. INTERIOR - JOURNAL first pastorate was with tho church at Two vear Hrook. X. Warren, a druggist uiidgl perday. For further ii;irtlculars,ai-plyt- o Ghent. Y., bought h hiiiiiII at Pleasant NOEL & SON, W. T. IHCIIAKUSON. BUILDING: Chamberlaln'ii Cough Hemedy. Oeneral Agent. Junctlou City, Ky. The Press and Printer says that the supply of the result a follows; "At that Ho up of Propertlos man wno stops taKing a newspaper timesum good were unknown In this section; Write IN the High-Grad- e y Fertilizers and Goal. Hemedy Chamberlain's H. D. For 811. without paying his subscription in full household word." It Is Coughsame In hun- a Corn and Xlay, the is rarely encountered in tho higher dreds of communities. Where ever the good Order Otlicc and Feed Kxcliauge, near the Itallroad Ooodn Warranted as Represented. Office on Land Excursloua conducted, Factories Croaslng, lK?iit 3tas.'t, remedy Z.ook of Chamberlain's Main Street, opposite Elmore's Store, Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts walks of life. His life is with creeping qualitiesKnown me iieojiiK Cough utiiuiu - Decomo "in Stanford; street, latelyKentuoky. Stanford, Kentucky. Furnished, Kenta Collected. vVrito to things of the earth, and there he is STANFORD, KY. liv Craig v locker, DruggUts, i Coal Yard, Mill else. For sale J. H. llltna. Stanford, Ky. Satlsfuctlou guaranteed. J. H. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. found. J. B. OWENS, Salesman. Mwmm jbbt m MT. VERNON, VICINITY NEWS shaivk: Hs.-cssI- on o J. T.Johes, t,.m. t'V.-l ft luwo J. .ul-J- pai-don- ed m 'garland singleton J. t . 21-t- 4 j. t. sutton. Pension dr. w. b. piaorsr, suh-Je- ct CARPENTER, chap-ix- !t nl DORSGYGOLDDUST Ku-te- rn Nes-bltt- 's nt ,tnr still-li- ct al-- licatiN-thlreiu-l- i"n- Sheet for the 1 '1 urtlcu-latl- liein-rfcitl- u step-daught- er e, An-Ca- sh N-u- Mason Hotel tlrHt-clsf- one-thl- ril a w one-thir- W. A. TRIBBIi3C, Coires-ponden- co 3 Ml J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, ure seinl-Annual- 1 ed HGENTS irtHNTSD. I.o-ru- w ForS3t to-da- 1 DEKLERS Agricultural Implements, COHL, PHILLIPS, us-uul- ly iu Gun and Smith All kiuds of repairing done at reaaoaibte rtei UpboUtcrlng ft pecUliy. HitUUctloa guiraoteea risqUWsp nn mm x Im!1;!., iwi..lii.(Jt n.pwtn &m'tk-- ' n sfcwsMs im mm,m4m? art, fa ,fi . sr.Wsgsy , 4s5MEsWbV4tJa2sj " S ( j mm m TT m s. J.