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LANCASTER. .j3&Bmm Tho Bister simp clnl jiot in jure tho It is said that the last cold wave InG. Daniel, of Lexington, naCol. John Leon was stabbed, perhaps fa- tive of A. jured forward wheat and ull kinds of of Georgia, form- fruit to any great extent. Laucoster,lato tally, by Isham Greor, In Bell county. diSeveral wild turkoys have lately fruit. Thn ftarbln Xuwn savs tUtlt tt0 1j. M erly of Richmond, Cincinnati, and a James Tankersloy was lodged In jail been seen in tho woods near hero. vers other towns, was a N. pays out IJ15.000 lo Its hands thero William Floyd has moved into the on Tuesday night, on tho charge of visitor to this and other parts of ' monthly. Royalty property adjoining Mrs. Ma breaking into a school-housHis ex- Casey last week. Wallace Roberts was declured tho (Thurs-dayamining trial is set for Telephone connection with Liberty ry Fogle. winner of tho junior declamatory con- enables tho boys to keep posted on tho Casey county will soon bo ablo to In Billing Your Wants You will find it test at Hogsott Academy. J. C. Hemphill is rejoicing over the stage of tho river and fishermen keep boast of a woalen mill. Mr. O. C. RusBard Study. Miss Muud Brown foil from her horso tho brush olf boy at his houge. the banks about the old sell is putting up one at Phil. This arrival of a while fording u Bwollen stroutu near mill. Jim Boso can't ho.ist of having will bo quite an acquisition to Casey He has a musical voice, but does not Now Haven and drowned. caught even a bad cold and ho fell in county ami Mr. Russell should bo en partake of the bass so much as his paJ. M. Ashor, of Madison, shipped four tho river, too. Nothing wrong with couraged. ternal ancestor. car loads of walnut logs to Kuglnnd. tho bait. Tho doings of the present LegislaJohn Coulter and beautiful brido have One log alone brought .'tOO. A youth of this vicinity carelessly taken rooms with Mr. W. T. Coulter. ture furnish a verification of the exEllsha HarrlB. of Beroa, who was a dropped a llobort cartridge In tho Arc. Miss Jennie Swopo. of Marksbury, pression in Holy writ that the foolish For You. .lnio.niii.tA ttm oonvunthfn that noml- it exploded a young lady was came down Sunday to soo her brother, things of this world have been chosen When nated Abraham Lincoln, la dead, aged wounded by tho bullet, which struck B. K. Swope. Sho returned home on to confound tho wise. ' Our pcoplo aro in favor of Greece and spine, and but for the di- - Monday, taking Miss Lula Benson witli Edward McBaln, who killed Willlnm her on tho Out Excellent Line Of hope that all Christendom will unite Tti.rpn. was neoulttod at minullveness of tho misslc and heavy her. VmiMin nt Mr. W. I. Gann started last week to and wlpo Turkey off tho face of the clothing, the accident might have Richmond. n earth. Hamilton, Mo., where ho bus a It is a foul stigma on the face proved fatal. Air guns and llobort Bolwrt Ilnrtltnir has announced his with Rev. J. N. Bowling, who of tho globe and a menace to Christian in tho hands of the reckless concaudldaey for county attorney of Boylo. used to llvo hero. If Mr. Gann likes civilization. and ho will be elected no matter who tribute their quota of serious accidents tho country his family will join him in n 69, William Blakoman, aged oven in this exemplary ("J neighborrung. the Fall and he will make his home as the owner of tho llourlng James Howard, colored, was struck hood. mills bearing his name, died on WedKentucky should send a message of there. and fatally hurt by a train at Now HaThe democratic county committee nesday. The remains were Interred at sorrow to her neighbor State, In tho ven. Ho was drunk and laying on tho r alphabetical list, Kansas, that tho cu- will meet at Liberty on the 4th Mon- Richmond on Thursday. He was a track. Ii Unexcc led. They are far Superior to and H2, Slo and ?18 Suits found elsewhere. day to namo candidates for the county und worthy man. pidity of her representatives smothers Mr. Amos Reynolds wsn killed by all scruples and furnishes a ready solu- offices. It Is generally understood that A mind reader who was here succeedIn Knox county, her daughtor-ln-lnJ. Boylo Stono will head the ticket for ed admirably until he tried to read Bilfamily row. Her head wiw te minor dilemmas of more luiortant judge and during a either T. J. Baldock or J. ly Owsley's mind, when he gazed at tho deadlocks. If there bo reason of severed from her laxly with an ax. of otliclal depravity It is W. Uoskinswill be pitted ngaln&t Dr. audience in a manner expressive of disJohn Leon was stnblwd to death near found by economists in tho big having J.C. Dyo for county clerk. Wc are appointment, and said, "I can not read I'itiovllle, by Ihhnni Groor. over a triv- of a State's exchequer resultant from a not advised ns to the other offices, it. The print Is too fine." ial matter. Oroor gave himself up and prompt determination of an issuo by though it is more than likely that MUs Delbel Bros., of Ohio, who have been claims tliat tho killing was done In hoU satisfactory iHirquitfttos furnished from Lizzie Fogle will bo endorsed for coun- hero buying walnut logs, have shipped defense. ty superintendent of schools. Q. C. three car loads to Baltimoie, which will private funds. Tno comptroller of tho currency has Tho roller mills nt IIuttouvillo claim Godby will bo given a walk over, as from that place to Loudon, Better nnd for less money than ever known. Most declared a fifth dividend of 10 per cent, to keep fully abreast tho progressive wo have no one eligible to the office of England. Thoy were splendid logs and in favor of tho eredltors of tho First times and proclaim that thuy now pre-jv- county attorney who would accept the cost about JiKW. National Bank of Mlddlosboro, making W. B. Mason has returned from an a few steps In front of tho procos-slo- n nomination. Logan Sharp will likely In all tto por ootit. by introduction of late improve- buck against J. IL Thomas for the extensive electioneering tour and says Advocates of free turnpikes hold a ments which will placo them as far in and matters political will that he is sure to bo nominated as a man mooting at Nleholasvlllo Mondaj advauco of their average competitors likely bo lively in old Casey along to- candidate for clerk of tho court of apand formed a club with feOO member. as the roller is ahead of the buhr-ston- ward tho shank of tho year. peals and that he is sure to be elected They bay they will have a candidate for by a largo majority, as tho people are Ed Stagg, who has long been THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Tho Largest and Best Selection of Fast Colors and Perfect Fitting. every county olllco. already tired of republican rulo and Identified with thuso mills, is now one CLAY daughter of Geo. Tho our party will bo united in the contest. of tho proprietors and holdo over Col. (T the Shopard was drowned In tho Cumber- Boh Breckinridge in his loyalty to The Intmumh Jul wiL. o From present indications tho freo Enclosed find ballot for the republi- turnpike issue will play an important land river, below Williamsburg. Six in that ho lives in the county. young jHsoplo woro In a boat when it Last Sunday was an anniversary oc- can primary for eountu offices and for part in the coming campaign in the All the others woro saved. casion of caiMxed. gruaiest Interest at Roberts representative of Clay. Owsley and county races. It is said that Thomas W. M. Formal), a Danville, druggist, Chapel, Strlngtown, being tho date of Jackson, which was hold last Saturday. Marford, a republican and freo turnhas assigned to Heuben Gentry. Bis Rev. Dr. Vnughnn's visit, when he con- It was one of the most exciting races pike advocate, is a candidate for coun- Most Stvlish and Nobbiest. NECKWEAR, SHOES, The Best For Wear nnd St) le. prlnelvil creditors aro the Citizens ducts tho quarterly services of that that was ever hold in tho county. The ty judj,e against tho regular nominee. greatest interest uas In tho race for It is also reported that Noah Mar&ee. a Bank, of Danville, $2,000, Samuel Hard- particular church. Dr. V. is ing, Danville, M.200. Tho assow aiv. a tut generis of tho clergy whom sheriff between Squire G. W. Philpot farmer of the sumo persuasion, Is a canB. C. White, Jr., tho only candP didate for sheriff. Tho democrats and milliolRiil to meet liabilities. It Is well worth one's while to go far and Jack Adams, u convict from Rock- - nt any reasonable sacrillco to hear. He dates. Business has been almost sus anti-fre- e turnpike men havo not nomi nnatl.. cnnntv for six vears for man pended for the lust month, nothing be- nated. It may be a quadrilateral ilght hows faithfully to tho line, without re slaughter, was pardoned by Gov. Brad gard to tho fall of tho chips, but should ing talked of but tho election. Tho or a combination of the lust two named a THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. loylnat week. Ballard Bronston, charged with even a tincture of Gnrrards backed the Philpots. Our which would insure democratic vicMadison, sent up not be 700 strong and 000 Nogro convict from tory. offensive sectarianism, of whom cer- town precinct votes for horso stealing, was released by tain Sammys could profitably learn les- voters wero on tho ground when tho Ono of our most prominent citizens, jhjIIs opened at 7 o'clock and from the whose business frequently calls for an death. of conservatism and otliclal conBonder-gras- a sons 3&Sa&33&V SS&cotSllltl great number to bo voted for they fail- interview with Squire Kinnaird, cash- tUJi Tho Advocate says that Bud sideration. was acqulttod In tho circuit court The pension department contlnucsto ed to register all tho voters present by ier of tho National Bank, knowing the of tho murder of fohn Thomas, colored. multiply Enoch Ardons. A late devel- 4 o'clock in tho evening. Money was squire's opposition to the use of whisky George Boss, tho Negro who broke Into opment Is that Jacob Stenebrouner used freely on both aides and each par- made it u rulo to got through with him Churchill Yeagor'a house plead guilty failed to show up after his discharge ty worked like beavers. Blessed bo before taking a drink; but tho other ft! : and was given two years and Mary from the army in '05, and as his wife, the man that framed tho bill to dis- day, thinking he would have no busi Falls Branch and other Goals, also all kinds of Feeds so'd at the fol- Faulconcr, another Negro, got ono year Fredcrica, couldn't in 10 years prove pense with whisky on election day. It ness at the bank, ho took a drink and Wi lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. . m 1 for stculing clothes. that Jacob was dead again, she failed was quietest election over witnessed found out soon afterward that it would Mason, Hogo & Co., of Frankfort, and to get a pension, so in '76 sho married and it was tho same throuhout tho bo necessary to consult his friend, tho -ffll Bossor, Coleman fc Hogo, of Hnrrods-buru man named Wolfo, who was solid in county. J.W. Wright for county judge squire, about a small overdraft. Ho .,.,' woro awarded 12 miles of railroad tho pension druw. Since Wolfe died rode In a safe winner on the back of his went to the Lancaster Hotel and, call- Mi At house, with oue cont added for delivery inside town Corn , work on tho Montgomery and Colum- It Is discovered that Jacob, for whom turtle. It is believed that A. C. Tur- ing for the squire over tho telephone, '. from 30 to 35c por bushel. Oats from 30 to 35c per bushel. Hnv, railbus bram-- of tho Mobile & Ohio 40 to 00c per 100 pounds. Millet, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 tho department says Frederlca had ner turnupped through by tho skin of ho made tho request, when, to his inexlbs. Ship"tuff, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 65c per 100 lbs We keep road. Eight miles of the work runs mourned 110 years, Is still alive. Now his teeth for county attorney, H. J. pressive surprise, the squire said, "Jim u :. stock of all constantly on hands. Ca'l nnd i:eo us before buying. out of Tuscaloosa, Ala. It is to bo shouldn't at least 20 years be deducted Clark for county clerk read his titlo what did you tuke that drink for? Come m In the months. Democrat. clear. B. P. White, Jr., with his horse to tho bank and I will let you know from that season of mourning, as thore Phil-pIf Is no evidence that Wolfo didn't divide shoo was tho lucky man beating what wo can do." Ho went and tho fa10S votes. I. S. Manning with his FOUNTAIN TAYLOK FOX. vor was granted after a lecture was dehis pension cheerfully, nor is there bell tolled tho funeral of his opponents livered. Tills Is a remarkable instance Col. T. l Hill, at tho request of tho mention of is Continued wet ami cool weather re- for county superintendent. Wm. Low o of tho acuteness of smell, as tho scent Lewis Publishing Co., of Chicago, lawyers tards farming. Grass took a most en- was tho Nogro candidate for jailer, his of the whisky was detected over tho writing sketches of tho noted coons deserted him earl in tho action. of this section, which are to bo pub- couraging spurt In March and farmers B. D. Davidson, Negro candidate for wire at a considerable distance. lished In book form, and wo aro ponnit-te- d anticipated tho moat early and luxuri- constable in the town district under a Headed by U. S. MODEL, DO. 38,353. Tine Legislature, to mako the following excerpt from ant grazing of record, but tho present Negro device, was badly snowed under. Son of Klever's Model, So. 20.710. tho greatest breeding bog living, and HUNDLKV'S Champion. Claude, No. 11,007. tho ono on the life and times of tho mouth has reversed tho promise and Brit is tho illicit orator in the county. The Kentucky ilou&o adopted tho res- CI.Al'DE. No. 12,0111. son of tho World's Columbian gilts old enough to breed, and bred Flno, sows toppyiouiiRljo.il reiiilv for service. A few hhow Hon. Fountain T. Fox, formerly oue Of tho granger is warranted in this Has been deputy sheriff for many years olution to deprive members of pay a Miwfalty, for ialo, This stock Is otrlctly flrst-- c Ins- In every respect, with of lamentations and pessimism. tho most distinguished lawyers and pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltuyour wants or come and and is qulto prominent with the color- while exTho supply of damaged fodder and ed folks, as n hustler in an election. cuse. absent without leave or good sec my hogs. . judges In Central Kentucky. A few frosb Jetev Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth 1'okln Duck Gov. Bradley has amended his call so Eggs, SI for 13. A. E. HUNDLEY, llov 105, Danville, Ky, Judge Fox wus a lawyer of very dis- weedy hay is short, whilst grass is David Woods was chosen representatinguished ability, n rapid and captiva- shorter. Whoat has prospored and if tive ho united votes enough to secure that tho Legislature may, if it wishes, ting speaker, who hold his audience tho succulent condition is not caught his nomination. He is about 50 years do something for tho relief of the citiby his logle, wit and anec- by a disastrous freeze, tho prospect Is old, a farmer, a sober, quiet citizen, zens of Fulton and Hickman counties 1J2225E9,S all which ho was an accom- excellent. lut little gardening has not given to speech-makin- g dote, of as many of who havo suffered from tho Mississippi been done. In fact, very many gar- his plished master. Ills wit and anecdote opponents were and is a sound mon Hood. Laurio Blakely, of tho Covington ici 7A H. housed most olTcctlvoly for ridicule dens have not been plowed and except ey republican. few corners devoted to lettuce, onions and sarcasm. His voice and mannor of a Tho ballot sent by our correspondent Commonwealth, got off this and went BY without and beet?, many will this week Deo delivery wore unexcelled; has 01 names on it and Is as largo al- over to Cincinnati to eeo a man: If a bogin. most as a horso blanket. Each candi- now republican caucus should decide bursto of eloquence, such as. woro freEd Stagg congratulates himself that with Mr. Boll, he yet hold tho name is opposite a device and that Hunter must hang up his flddlo quent economically cherished and used an date's U of his uudtuueo by thu lire of ho seem to have been selected at would DoBoo go with it? attention these A appearance, old buggy hurness long after it should random from tho wreck of a printing A bill has been introduced in the hla genius, tine, personal have been discarded. Caught on tho Senate to reduce the per capita for office Ed. generosity of, heart nnd honesty of pur- - opposite side from homo of tho treachund feeble minded children from Slo0to$12. a year. Tho same body Statistics show that the.entlro AUogether iio mora remark- erous Hanging Fork by a recent wutor nance. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, spout ho directed u willing son of Ham of the world furnishes employ- passed tho nouso bill providing for borable or lovable, perspuugo over appeal- to pilot his craft across tho ford whilst ment to 280,000,000 men nnd represents rowing SoOO.OOO. Tho bill to restrain Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Kentucky. Ho ed at tho bar. in Contrql 21,000,000,000. mobs has been practically killed in the an invested capital of side of every case of ho crossed on a convenient foot-lowas usually pn oue Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Tho depth of water was greater than Tho annual product Is worth over House. Importance In the circuit, busy from suspected duo to a wash out, and horse, thut' tho It is estimated tho beginning to tho end of every court. buekboard and driver wero goon In a .y.Ay.Tyy.vg,.J7ffiigyigr.fe: Tho present insurrection in Croto is civilized nations pay aunuully for Jood tho ninth since the island came into had move cujeu and earned iiud Ho lunge loosed tho horso $111,700,000,000. fees, than any lawyer of his predicament. A the possession of tho Turks in lCUD. of tho State, and which made a safe landing, but vehicle Tho Now York Legislature fell In to During these two centuries und more day, In this sectlpn g and driver woro swept against n wator-gatG. lino with tho Legislatures of several spent and gave it uvvay with ustonish-iuTho drivor found a safo porch other States und passed a law prohibit- Turkey has been to Crete what Spain A man of absolutely prodigality. has been to Cuba u cruel, corrupt and on a log to which the gate was swung perfect honor, unbounded generosity and succeeded in securing the. vehicle ing tho wearing of high hats In thea- plundering despot. ters. Probably no and kindness of heart. Tho first two executions by electricia ropo had been procured and It About 2,000 sailing vessels of ull tho bar in Con-ti-- till tloated upside down into eddy wuman over appeared at was sou every year, ty undor tho new law in Ohio, were veKentucky, who earned and collect- tor and reserved with loss of ouly tho kinds disappear in the successful. William Wiley und Wilser- dash. Tho same ford was tho scene of carryiugdown 12,000 human beings, ry ed more inonoy, by hla professional liam Hass had 1,750 volts shot through IsJ Receiving his- of pub- a similar adventure of Undo George and involving u loss of about 810,000,-00vices, or enjoyed a greater share thorn "Wednesday morning and thoy Powell Inst year, oxcopt that tho affection. Ills old gentleman preferred piloting his were dead almost in, an, instant. lic confidence, lovo and M. ,M. Baker set 85,802 cms solid .. own craft, whlali was tloated a long very presence at tho uar orougiu Billy Birch, tho old time minstrel, is on a llnotypo at Seattle, Wash., and dlhtapce and ilnally landed lu a pilotGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. dead of paralysis of the brain. It wit, anecdote,, logai ien....t, in eight hours. (top). house urst-ohwwol-eo- Scientific Study. e. to-d- ay ). We M? ft asy rl-ll- os osl-tlo- well-know- ' iop-ula- $10 Suits Children's Salts w iit I )e Stylish Line of SHIRTS e. Cn-se- lillt-ro- f e. ly J. L. Fro h man &, Co., fc!.:.SSS2S3 1 CLOSE FMCES I i i 1 g, I . Coal From Tc to II ,.,.. c h 1 'I tln-Ish- ed ot stop-childre- n. i J. H. BAUCHMAN & 1 CO. 1 Hlg& Locust Herd Reg. Poland Mimas. - out-hu- rt j Hpoll-boun- d UnDGKCAKIDG 'i W vo-len- te J. C. M'CLARY. ca ugri-cullu- ro Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 41 g. m e. H. RUPLEY, al TBE MERGHANT -- TMOfH i, -- ai i 0. non-purl- ol SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. , jtk-yt- good choor. ft jSbitr'l M, v r t . c.iiA r tsji A&g.'iXri.tJ rtia m f' ,'W I P" u H lc , r- - V P L" nominating a Thomas Marshall, an Inmato of tho between Greece and Turkey has unlay, for tho purpose of judging candidate to representing Morocr coun-fro- Lunatic Asylum at St. Joseph, Mo., pulled cooked' himself to death In a bath tub. INTERIOR JOURNAL been the sizeoff in earnest and the two ty in the next Legislature, THE nnd strength of leglsla- - Most all of tho flesh fell from tho bones countries, It appear that the Greeks' The democrats of the third Hio,.i f ,i..i.i,iK. mnrn valor t vo d strict of Louisville, eoruiauy ,.,,. - while tho body was being prepared for -- . 23, 1897 .m burial. Stanford. Ky., than discretion. Turkey proper, that vucuaiiciuzeiw, 0 (J3.8.-.square who desire to see an honest, econom - The work on Lock No. 7, in Kentucky is Turkey In Europe, has municipal nf- river, will be resumed tho first of May. of tho miles, while tho entire Ottoman Em- - cal administration W. P. AY ALTON. over 12 large portions fairs in tho hands of honest, cllclont Tho dam has been built a llttlo plre, which embraces men, to unite with the feet high, and eight foot more will also of Asia and Africa, has 1.0.KW and competent will bo high THE arrival of the new Senator, Mr. square miles and a grand total of 33,- - democrats of that district in supporting have to bo added before It enough. news" m our Price nro this week, Such news is nothing to compare as Hngar, anil the first appearance this 410,787 people. Turkey in Europe, nominees who will bo represented as- Thomas Houghltn, a Peru, Ind., mill- Wo iro not guilty of any exaggeration if wo proton to hnvo tho I irgust uml btt ns- session of Senator Ogllvio. an invalid, which Is under tho direct rule of tho them by tho delegate convention to er, has fallen heir to $100,000 by tho MUllllUllt of increases the quorum of tho joint ses- Sultan has 4,270,000 population, while semblo at Music Hall. for r.- Bryan was tho guest of the L,eg- - death of a brother In California. HoughMr. i,.,a i,t. 1R7 'OS nnd an area of sion to 70, making it all the harder Is very poor man, had just Hunter to get tho prize. Wednesday's 24,977 squaro miles, or more than 13,- - Mature Monday and made a speech at ltn, who a to lund him $100 hallot showing him four short. The 000 less than Kentucky. Tho compar- - the opera house to 1,200 people, which- written to his brother expenses of his or In- to pay tho funeral indictment for bribery has not affected atlvo strength of their armies too are is described as a masterpiece And Gouts' Furnishings nnd Dry Groo Is In this fiwu. All wo ask is to como and daughter. i his faithful following and would not if even more pronounced. Tho xuriusii uonuu.v passed a see mill thereby looking after your own interests. I'rlcis tnltc. Thu Texas Legislature has he was convicted of the charge, but tho army has a peace footing of 3 10.(500, and llvered during and since his campaign, realizing that it is a a war footing of 1,103,800, while tho He pleased all, yet delivered one of tho bill taxing life, fire and fidelity Insurfoxy statesman, on their gross earnings hopeless struggle, asked Chairman firnolnn fltiindinir armv Is 24,877 and iilivinirrut. nf irlimnntS lill StlVOI COl' ance companies For n fine Tttllor-Mml- u Suit, gunrantc.'d to tit you. Bradley was In- and also taxing dining car,, sleeping Jones to call a joint caucus to receive a but 275,377 In war. Tho comparison of heard from him. Gov. by Senator cars and the franchise of all foreign communication from him that he had their navies makes that of Greece most troduced to the speaker audicorporations. decided to present for its considera- insignificant. But tho race is not al- Blackburn amid tho cheers of tho For a Ilrown Scotch Plaid Su t, worth fully i 12. Austin Thomas, a farmer residing called the ways to the swift, nor tho battlo to ence, when ho grasped his hand and tion. Mr. Jones thereupon f his dog speech for near Anderson, Ind., heard 's. caucus for Wednesday night. strong, and here's hoping she may told him he mad,e tho best barking and shot In tho dark. His Tho communication recited how he "kick tho stuffing outcn" Turkey In his Bide that he had over heard. For all wool Illuo and illnck Cheviot Suts, worth 0. nearest neighbor, who was coming to had been given the nomination for U. short order. Grecco is a very mounpay him a call, caught the load and wns Told labored S. Senator and how he had tainous country nnd as mountaineers fatally injured. and zealously for five weeks to are always-bravand frco we arc lookFive men were killed by snow slides The Fleming county fiscal court has lluys a good suit for inon 75 Cents for Boys' Knee Pants SuiU. would have been ing to tho llttlo country to wipe the helfcecuro election,which ' in Utah and Colorado. purchased and will make free 175 miles easy but for political animosities, join lish Turks from tho earth. Meanwhile James Connors, manager of Hotel of turnpike in that county. Similar . ed with jealousy and dissensions among brcadstuffs in this county nro going up Reed in Lexington, has assigned. action has been taken In Scott county For 1503-- Heefer Suits with HnmUouu Drnidcd Collars and worth dourepublicans, of and we shall rcalizo doubtless very thnan nlnlmlntr to be Edward Cook, a Cincinnati boy, fell roads are ble tho money. how near and dear to his heart Is tho forcibly that it is nn ill wind that blows while playing "see saw" and broko his and negotiations for free endlng in McCracken. party and how anxious nobody any good. success of the neck. he was to have a republican Senate to W. Arthur Lay, a patient who escappeople, many There are numbers of help forward the policies of the repubed from the Insane asylum, committed lican administration. Then he re- of them of nverago intelligence too, suicide at Hopklnsville. J. II. Greer sold to a Georgia jmrty evcounts his own long and great ser- who think Mr. Wattcrson writes James J. Corbott has formally chal- a gelding for $(50. Ladles' Vlcl Kid Patent Tip, Button or Lac J. Century Tjo. Wjrth 13. Wo vice for the party, thanks those who erything in tho Courier-Journa- l. E. T.Veneu.fc Sous sold to Dr. C. lenged Robert Fltzslmmons to a light, have stood by him, returns the nomi- have had evidence of this repeatedly, depositing a $5,000 forfeit. Fowler 10 late calves at$13.10. , nation and withdraws from the race. but the more recent instance of it ocWoods & Lynn bought of various parA family of five lost their lives by the Lndlcs' Tnu Lice, pointed tip, brand new anil bought to Pell at 2. last week. The As 60on after as he could he jumped on curred at Louisville overturning of a skiff In the Hooded ties a car load of fat hogs at 3c. tho train, as ho did when ho got left Knights of Honor were in grand lodge lands of Lake county, Tcnn. Tho war between Greece and Turkey before, and lied to Washington. An meeting at the time and a number of A firuvos countv voung man was sent wheat up five or six cents at Chicago-FMisses' fine Vlcl Kid, new tot, pat. tip, worth Two dollars attempt was made to have a nomina- the memoers were at w.e WIl nrd liow rost ' badges and tion at once, but after two hours' tel, judging from tho many seriously injured wheat and the a L'lrl whom ho had wronged. wrangling, the caucus adjourned till other Insignia, which certain men lov boy at Exeter, N. II., fruit crop In Kenton and Campbell A For children's sires, 2 to 8 last night, by a vote of 32 to 31, which to adorn themselves. A group of these attempted to poison his father and counties. field against Senator Deboe, stood in tho lobby discussing tho queswas the with Paris green. Farrls & Hardin sold to W. L. Hunter's choice for the nomination. tion of tho election of a grand dictator, bo (52 graduates from West a Poland China sow with seven There will The bolting republicans were in the when one pompous fellow, bedecked Point in June and there is not a single pigs for $20. For Men's Chocolate tan Kustin Calf, VicI Kids and Oxblood In the caucus and all voted for adjournment. and bejewoled, remarked, "I see that vacancy on the army register. latest style toe. Yeager & Rogers sold to Shelby HarDeboo and Holt were the only ones Wattcrson says in tho Courier-Journ! To our fu 1, nice nnd new line of Drcs Goodf. New Ladios Mrs. Eleanor Woodruff, of Flndlcy, bison, of Lexington, two harness horses spoken of for tho nomination, but ev- this morning that Rian will be elect- O., Silks, Now Plaid Dress Goods, Now Percales, Now I.hce, New Hamburg, New Style mind, so intensely has for $405. Advocate. has lost her republican has his ed." "I wouldn't be surprised," re sho been thinking about the much-talery little jack-le- g W. L. McCarty bought of Col. Un Kibbons for Trimmings nnd so on. lightning rod up for it. Baird, the sponded another, "Old Wattcrson gen Remember you get a handiomo piece of SILVERWARE with every 23, purchase, airship. derwood a bull of the hornless breedf renegade from Daviess, was present erally knows what he Is talking about. it matters not whether you buy il a I at once or In n jvnr. Tho State Board of Equalization has ing variety for $50. and participated. Stout and Norman, Glancing at tho Courier we saw the completed Its work sufficiently to show Lissak, Jack Chlnn's good thoroughthe other democratic deserters, had head line, "Rian will be chosen," and a decrease in tho revenue of last year bred, is in the stud at his farm, Leon-atun more self respect. It is hard to pre- this explained it all, though Mr. of $210,000. near Harrodsburg. was possibly less conscious that dict who will bo nominated, though Tho $50,000 public school building at Two mares have been shlpjed from A. URI1ANSKY A CO , PnorniKroua Holt seems to have the best of it. The tho statement had been made or that Washington, Ind., was destroyed by Tazewell, Tenn., to bo bred to George man on T. I). RANEY, Manacicr. republicans broke a quorum yesterday there was truth In it, than any fire. sThere was a panlcand one 6hild'a F. Anderson's King Chester. and consequently there was no election. the paper. The editor of tho Courier-Journ- leg was broken. won Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, LawrcnceburK, Cynthlnna, Versailles, EmiThe rich Tennessee fDorby was can grind out as much "copy" Tho business failures In the United at Memphis by tho outsider of tho field, nence, Georgetown, Ellzabetlitown, Frankfort, nnd Mauckport, Ind. at Jc tuckers, who vote as the next man nnd perhaps more, THE democi 1697 numBuckvldere, from Algql arid Typhoon for McKlnley or his aid boclety, have when he Is a mind do to it, but some peo States for the first quarter of same II. no right to kick because the republi- ple never think of the physical In ber 3,91)2 against 4.031 for the Senator Hogg, of Ohio, bought 40,- period last year. cans persist in giving them a high pro- capability of ono man, or even a score, 030 pounds of wool at an average price The supremo court knocked out tho tective tariff and an increase of taxes in to write in a day and night, the mutter lawatlndlan-apoll- s, of 1(1 cents and sold it at 22c to a Bosthree cent street car fare lieu of a better financial system. The contained in ono issue of that paper. ton firm. holding that it would not bo jusplatform declared explicitly republican Anderson fc Spllman bought 70 acres accounts Dr. Hunter was not tice to the investors. for Buch a tariff and its candidate was of growing wheat from Will Doling at AT last property the embodiment of that Idea. There is making any extraordinary efforts to Some of Chicago's wealthy to estab- something hotter than 60 cents. AdvoPn'ntnn ;lie market. Beyond doubt wo have tho best Rcady-mixo- l cate. now no use, however, in grieving over prove In the courts that the Indictment owners are pushing a project of Globe, ono of tho horses that Ed spilled milk. What is done can not be for bribery found against him wus pro lish a park on tho lake front at a cost of dollars. Geers drove abreast In 2:14, Is dead at who strayed from the cured through malice und done to In- several millions undone, but those daughter of Mrs. Baltimore. Ho was owned dy A. Tho path of honesty and virtue can make jure him. In fact, tho doctor seems In and was 10 years old. Cora Robinson, of Paducah, ato an atonement by repenting of their sins no particular hurry to vindicate himJ. M. and II. J. McRoberts received Easter egg, shell, dye and all and died and returning to tho fold, which is self, reiving doubtless on tho well es At Lowest Cash Price , 111., a ever ready to receive and welcome those tablished rule of law that every man is a few days later from tho effects. hunt- from Joseph Vogle, of Benson, Chicago, Is fine Duroo boar, which cost them a II. O. Saulsman, of who "do truly repent of their sins and innocent until his guilt is proven by to lead a better life." parte evidence. The ing for his brother, Monroe Saulsman handsome sum. He is a lino specimen. intend other than ex M. S. Baughmun sold to B. F. Slavin, chloroformed him and rule doesn't work in this ease, howev- who he claims of Boyle, a bay gelding for $S5; to L. The very recent death of the Hon. er. Everybody thinks Gum Shoo is robbed him of his wife and money. THE HUtO Seth L. MilUkcn, of Maine, breaks the guiltv and will till ho proves beyond u Tho secretary of war remrts to Con M. Lorimera horse, buggy and harness Thoroughbred Hoc Jersey EiD K03?, delegation from that State for the first shadow of a doubt that he is not. gress that the proposed improvements for $S0, and to a Georgia party a mare v 14 years, says the Lexriver, Ky., would for $iJ5. time for over at the mouth of Greou Tho description und pedigree of Geo. boy cost $21)1,000, and aro not justified. ington Leader, which commends "the The conviction of a My lirwileni wrro fnuii Ilia htrtliof ofthl fainom Imixl nf wltm In wfrl Sutoi A wisdom of Maine in keeping her repre- by the Mudison circuit court to the on tho B. Sc O. was wrecked F. Anderson's King Chester appears In A train pli'inllil lot nf pig i. illttervnt ni;, fur t. IlicJ sentatives in Congress practically with Ultv for a year for robbing a safe near KIngswood. W. Va., by running another column. There aro few finer wi tullrltal.Satlrirtlingtianuiterl. Corrif AdilrcM I'uinlenn' specimens of cqulno fiesh than King u life tenure, by which she exerts an emphasizes anew the pressing need of over a drunken Negro, whose body was It. H. BRONAUGH, Chester and ho Is as good a mover and inlluence wholly dlsproportioned to her the reform schools, which tho Legisla- mangled almost beyond recognition. Crali Orchard, Kjr. strength." That depends en- ture at its first session passed a law to AtTullahoma, Tenn., fire destroyed breeder as he Is u looker. relative Tho Mt. Sterling Sentinel says there tirely on the representatives. Would erect, but made no provision for. It nine stores, two residences, one church the honorable gentleman, who wrote Is a burning shame to send children to and the opera house. The total loss Is were 1,000 cattle on tho market Monday, best bringing 4Jc. Twenty-fou- r the above like to see the present dele- the penitentiary to be further harden- $00,000, with about $30,000 insurance. brought $24 each. Tho Kentucky given life ten- ed in crime, when they might bo degation from Two young sons of Mr. Hes&on, liv ures? Or would ho prefer to have an- veloped into useful citizens by means ing at Greenland, Ark., aged nine and annual horse show was omitted owing other chance at the otllco before it was of projKjrly governed reformatories, and 15 years, committed suicide while their to the absenco of stallions, there being OUR STOOIv OF- put In the civil service list? In the name of civilization and human- parents were at Fayettovlllo trading, only our on hand. over made In The largest land deal Legislature to James B. Gentry, the actor, who kill Remembering some of tho not alto- ity, we appeal to the make pecuniary provision at once for ed Madge Yorkc, has had his sentence Kanawha county was admitted to regether pleasant experiences of the craft building of the institutions. of death commuted to life Imprison cord in Charleston, W. Va. Tho land, at Middlesboro when the association the by the Pennsylvania board of par- 3,500 acres, coal,and timber, near there, met there in boom times. Editor Lee The Milwaukee Journal says: "It is ment was sold to tho Lowmoor Iron and Coke Comprises tbo latest styles, colors and toes used, benuti 'ul in dons. and shape. Call Elmore, of the Mayfield Mirror, enters still a mooted question in Kentucky Tt lu nmv snlil to bo UlllikelV that ail.V Company, of Virginia, by A. A. Lowe, nnd ccj them. meet- - whether a certain distinguished citizen change will be made in tho civil ser- - Gf New York, for $81,000 cash. a protest against holding the next ing there. He says: We should like ' shall go to the Senate or to jail."" If vice commission before the expirationj Anderson k. Splllman bought y to know who it is of the State Press ho goes anywhere It will be to tho cal- of the terms of tho present eommls from Granville Cecil. Jr.. 00 acres of Association that wants to meet In Mid-- 1 aboose. Ho will cortainly never go to sioncrs. growing wheat at 00c. B. G. Fox sold dlcsboro. Wo are told tho members the Senate. Thomas Sullivan, of Cumberland to G. C. Lyon,'IIu&tonviUe, four work aro trying their best to forget the oth- - j county, is wunted for cruelly beating mules at $40; to North Jolllco Coal Co., or meeting there a few years ago, when If there aro any prohibitionists In his son becauso tho youth two for $lii; to Thomas II. rox, ono that mushroom town was in the height tho whisky soaked city of Chicago thoy went calling without asking his fath- for $82.50 and two to Dolph Rico for of Its fungosity. failed to assert themselves to much $185. Advoccte. er's consent. at tho late election. Thoro were Two million dollars a day is what tho A f!nnnrNitniirn Mnnjlntr tlw.i.. ii'iiin president told Congressman EvThe over 300,000 votes cast, but only 582 Federal government costs, and city, l to 350 cattle on tho market, all corn- ans that ho had never said he would were for tho prohibition nominee for county and State governments call for mon. Calves sold at from $4.50 to $1.75; Kentucky make no appointments from mayor. as much more. This tax Is about $100 ari,0 cattle sold at 41 cts; plug horses Makes hard work easy. You enn get moro till a U. S. Senator was elected, but all a year for every voter. at from $45 to $05. Wm. Holland sold butter. You wash, salt nnd work the butpolicy seems to prevail tho same that POLITICS Several desperate battles have been to Harve Harp about 800 lambs at 5c ter before taking it out of tho chain whether he said it should or not. Tho Cornelius VanCott has been given tho fought between tho Greeks and Turks, and to J. L. Luke 4W at tho same price MoKfnley administration Is nearly two Tnsf.mftstirihiii at Now York. in which the former have so far held fjin juuu uuu wuijftf Hill I 4'iltilf TIa ii1l-iui Tnnn iiml Til uuututj. iiu wtru months old and If any Kontutkian has on A Hogg is a candidate for county at-- their own. In ono battle alone It a cur .uau u. nogs of tho pic yet, ho will 80m lo j. iumuurrjr gotten a smoll iaid flint. 2,000 were killed. please dlscrlbo tho effect on his olfac- torney of Madison. Of course ho Is a The world is in a state of agitation. at .I.W) to Do taKen within 10 days. republican. tories. The Cuban question Is getting to a Times, n. r. xiiiiu.i...ujrui lut.s mu mmiuj; It will pay for itself in few weeks '"all Three hundred applicants for fourth wniio ueai, anu h is intiniaiuu inui-' Elder Zackary publicly compli- class In Kentucky havo their some American Interest may bo in- ton Leader that: "Many Inquiries were and bee it. ments tho printers of Lexington for re- papers on file at Washington. volyed In the war between Greece and reeoivcd yosterday asking what the Heathen Moore's paper fusing to print ...... 1...J begun xT.,,t,.i frost ol Tucsdav morning had ilnnn fm Tho Florida t .,..t, for him and takcB occasion to give balloting for United States Senator, Bank of Louisville will submit to tho tho fruit. Tho day preceding had been Up-to-Da- te Mooru some hot stuff. Tho Bluo Grass Senator Call only musters 37 votes'. For stockholders at a meeting to bo held jry and cold, the night was windy, and May 21 a proposition to reduce tho cap- tUgU0 WU3 ,n tho 1)CBt C()ndllloil Blade, if it cuts any more, will have to .,, aro reouired to elect. t Itol "took of tho bank from $,o0,000 to to resist tho sharp frost. While many Most Complete and Convenient Freezt r ever offered i i Stanf rd. Ruqt I ch leisla'jor sharpened in Cincinnati. John A. Merritt, of Now York, hna U ,00,000. . . .. . Ulllla I. f. .... u.i.u ..ft'fl.. ..(l.tlM.t .IHnltliln.i less time and less ice than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minttJs to ..1. .lnnf.1n .1.... .. J. HO COUrt Ol ailJICU.B UUUlUCn LUUb UV- - UUUO uutv t.flt, ..U..KW, uukuiu iUtllu;B I Is tho name of a man who been appointed third assistant postmas GOTHELL when ho began B0 amply that thoro Is yet no Impair-t- o freeze cream We guaranteo them to do all wo cldi u an tiny are sold oil trial. ery dentist, no matter Very respet tfully, suing for divorce in Now York. His tor general and W. A. Jones, of Wis for yourself.iTry ono. la practice or how long he has contin- mcnt of the auDerb fruit nrosnect that Conie and see ' i, ij nnw rnnti rii tnnavniiwrun. wife can easily prove that sho Gothell consln, commissioner of Indian affairs tvnm tho State dental board before haa encouraged tho hope of full yields The Donullsts of Mercer county TriU-kby marrying, if she chose to file a hold a nuus convention at Bohon, Sal-- 1 he can legally engage in his business, for tho bummer of 1897." cross petition. War m April uiM:ii.v-.- j 1 Itas iboot Gaba And the Ky. Legislature. 1 doting, s, J-Jat- Sfyoes, jotiorjs "" $12. $8. . News Briefly $2.50. $1.50. A 8 FARMflNbTRflDE, Shoe Opportunity For You. $2. $1.50. $1.35. 50c and 25c. $2.75. Attention step-moth- er Mc-Car- ty al ' k' ed-o- s, Wat-terso- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. al PAINT. bbVixb.dy LEAD. 0IL& VAR'ni$f)G$, 0OLOI, CRAIG 6c three-year-ol- d Fon-ncm- an HOCKER BU1E-GR- peni-tcntia- ry !! tf two-year-ol- ds FOOT WEAR. -- Gents' SHOES and Ladies' SLIPPERS to-da- H. J. McROBERTS. The do-gr- Buckeye Churn VI I i Wiii Sell You. One - I . Trial. post-otllc- es ,i. mKi......,nf.i,Tinin The Freezer. tv-ni- , n i,i HICCIDIS M' KINNEY. c 2t inmsMMMBU wumaw i ,V f r.prer? nV p i, u ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Stanford, Kv., April J-- -- !r m m 23, 1897 C. Wai.tos, Husixixs Manaokk. tho (jrout wall Unirth, U iniido in 13 different colore. Kvery color is in Block now at l'onny'a Drujj Alahahtink, Store PERSONALS. JskC. LYNN typhoid fever. 11. 11. Is threatened with L. Uuiiliu: la at tho Joseph Price Infirmary aiiin. l' GRAY, of Grays, wns registered at tho St. Asaph Tuesday. Miss Hutu Kli.krson wont to Junction City Wednesday to visit friends. Littku Luna, daughter of Mr. and MrH. U. S. Traylor, Is very 111 with pneumonia. Col. D. W. Triiihlk, of Hlclunond, sjont Hoveral dayti with ills slater, Mrs. lJ. 1. Nunuolley. MR. D. I. IlALL has moved his family Into Dr. G. W. Hrouaugh's projorty on Lancaster utrcot. Mrs. M. W. Tyrkk and son, Cook, joined tho hiiHbnnd and father at Corbln yeHtorday. Mr. J.K. I'ATRIUIC and daughter, Kugenia, of Jackson, are with Cnpt. Thomas Klchnrtls and family. Hay-mo- MlHH ClIAHTKKN MCGRKCIOR, of Louisville, iMintted through to Lnnens-to- r yestorduv to visit Miss KUen Owb ley. Mjbsks Marciarct Dkn'Nktt and Pearl Plnkorton, of the Hustonvlllo Christian College, were huro Wednesday. MRS. J. W. PKRRl'.N was called to Garrard county Wednesdny by tho serious illness of her mother, Mrs. P. G. Warner. Harry Giovannoli, through the Advocate, raised 1:HI."0 for tho Hood hUlTerers and sent It to tho governor of Mississippi. Suit. W. S. Martin and Chief Train Dispatcher W. 1 Sheridan sjont several days fishing In tho Cumberland neur Livingston. . Cait. PlllL Pricj: was called to Virginia by tho lllncps of a brother, and Cnpt. J. H. Kastham, of tho Main Line, is running in his stead. MISS JKAN BUCHANAN, of Crab Orchard, was on Tuesday' train returning from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. A. Haldemau, in Louisville. M11.J. L FroumaS, of tho Globe, was up from Danville Wednesday on Ills wheel. Married llfo and a big trade make him as happy oa a big sun llower. Miss Sallik Cook wont to Hustonvlllo Wednesday to visit Miss Lou Hooker. Miss Jessie Cook, who has Iwen visiting in tho West Knd, returned tho some day. W. HKN WuaubN loft Tuesday for Nashville to assist In tho exhibit his father's house will havo at thu Centennial. His father, George D. Wearen, accompanied him. MR. W. T. MKRIMKK, of Livingston, is working In Train Dispatcher T. V. Spink's place, while that gentleman Is , enjoying a llsh In tho Cumberland near Cumberland Falls. Mksuamks I. W. Fish and L. M. Westerllold aro visiting tho former's mother, Mrs. lUinnlo Hurks, In Lexington, and their llego lords will go over in a few days to see them. Mrs. Eliza Lacicuy, of Madison, Mo., who Is a sister of tho late W. M. Lackey, of this place, arrived Wednesday on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. John W. Rout. She Is WJ years of age, but remarkably well preserved. MR. Jamks R. Nunnulluy and pretty bride arrived yesterday and were given n royal dinner by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Nunnolloy, at which a number of friends were present. Mr. A. T. Nunnellby camo with them. SAMUKL W. Mknkpki: entertained at a dinner at Tho Gllchor In Danvlllo Wednesday evoning In honor of Mr. and Mm. John S. Wells, Misses Kmma Fannlo Owsley, Dolllo McRoborts, Baldwin and Messrs. Shanks, Mamlo Georgo A. McRoberts and Will S. Em- G. McKinnk.y writes that ho saw tho air ship when it sailed over Montgomery, Ala., and Mr. T. M. White writes us from Corbln, Ivy., that it whs Knmi there thoBamo night. Un less there Is more than one, it is the swiftest Hying concern that over sailed bry. Will ' the air. HOME NEWS, GaRDKN and llower seeds at Craig & Hooker's. Skku Potatoes, Onion Sets at War rou & Shanks'. SUB our now Polka Dot Percales. Severance & Son. Uia lino of llower crocks, 10 cents for choice. Parrlfl & Hardin. esMONEY. $2,000 to loan on real tate. Apply at this olllco. Garden seeds of all kinds in buUc and packages at Warren & Shanks'. rt..Anv Mixed Houso Paint, Decora- IVJUJV' Mc- tlvo and Carriage Paints. W. B. Roberts. I . -- F. Rui'l a skillful blacksmith, has RELIGIOUS. opened up In Smith Ernbry'a old shop Tho international Y. M. C. A. began near tho Roller Mills, and asks a trial GARDEN Hoes,' Hakes and Forks at from those who havo work In his line. Its 32d convention Wednesday at MoWarren & Shanks'. bile, Ala. Badly Rev. R. A. Walton, of Georgetown, Knights of Pythias aro prepar- child of Burned. A The Caroline Burton, colored, was held a union mcotlng ing to organize a Uniform Rank and a at Tallaha-slbadly burned In Mnxvlllc Tuesday Flu., which resulted in ISO confessions. good many of tho members have ordernight. It was playing with an older The New Yorl? East ed tholr suits. Conference of brother whose clothes also caught, hut the Methodist Episcopal church has "Woven wire and oak picket fence, who was not burned. passed resolutions condemning tho use the most economical fenco on tho marThe darkies aro much exercised over ot ttic bicycle for pleasure on Sunday. ket. I am sollluir it at about cost of tho The Southern Baptist convontion fact, as stated to us by Victor Balmanufacturing. A. C. Sine. lon, that a darkey called at ouo of his will meet at Wilmington, N. C. May 7 I HAVE at my homo quite a choice se- father's tenant's houses tho other night and the South Presbyterian General lection of Green house plants for sale. and being denied admission, returned Assembly at Charlotte, In the same Aii nowor raisers aro invited to call to tho pike. Knob step Is marked by State, May 20. Rov. Ashley L. John-opresident of burned grass all around It and the darand exanfine. Mrs. W. H. O'Uannon. tho School of the Evangelists nt n kles are sure that the devil himself was Al'RlL20th was tho coldest day of abroad that night. Heights, Tenn., was here Wedtho date over recorded in New York. nesday nnd yesterday in tho Interest of Turned State's Evidence. John tho school. He preached at the ChrisTho mercury was below freezing here and Ice of considerable thickness form- Campbell, who was arrested with tian church Wednesday night and many Ashllngcr and John Elliott for pronounce his sermon to have been tho ed. breaking into and stealing meat from best they o'ver heard. Mr. H. S. Withers has added a vethe smoke house of Jim Hitches nt A 210 ound man confessed religion randah and other improvements to his Ron land, turned State's evidence at at tho Stunrt revival at Louisville, and residence, besides putting up a nice tho trial as woald he would, and was joined tho Methodist church, requestIron fence, which sets off tho place very permitted to go free. Ashllngcr nnd ing to bo baptized by immersion. The handsomely. Elliott were held over to circuit court pusior 01 mo enurcti was afraid to The Hign Vrttor has been nbroad In in $.'100 each and upon their falling to tackle the job, as wero beveral others tho land and left numerous business make bond they were returned to jail. who were applied to, till finally the houses handhomely labeled, among Their trial was before Judco Willis Rev. II. B. Cockrell succeeded In bury them, Tho Commercial, 13. K. Wearen Burnett, at Rowland. ing liini in the water of tho Chestnut it Son's and John'II. Meier's. Street Baptist church font. Livingston. Tho women of Liv"The Old Time Religion is Good ingston nro raising money to complete AN eggstrordlnary shaped egg was Enough for Me," Is being hummed by eggshlblted In this olllco yesterday by tho bridge over Roundstone Creek, many here. Uncle Joe Hopper touchy which divides the town, nnd nt an aucThomas JctTcrson Hatcher. It Is fuw nights since a black cake ed many hearts Sunday night when ho like a diminutive gourd with a tion a which had been donated to the cause spoke of that In all probability being long handle and Is quite a curiosity. brought $73. It was knocked off to a his Inst meeting here, considering his Reds VS. Chicaco. Cheap Sunday party of gentlemen nnd Superintend ace. There was a very large attendexcursion via Queen Jc Crescent Route, ent Martin and Chief Dispatcher Sher ance, all regretting tho meeting had to Sunday, April 2oth, to tho ojHjnlng idan had SIT) worth of stock, each, in cloe. There were eight additions. game at Cincinnati. See small hund It. Some other things that were put Paris Kentucklan. The Baptists are having prayer ser bills. Come and nee thooiorilnggnmo. up sold about as well. Mrs. Willlum vice each night this week with short Bent-leSINCE tho frost and lco of Tuesday Sattcrfleld, who was Miss Sallle boy. Messrs. Mar- talks by the jmstor. Rev. J. B. Crouch has an morning tho weather has been very I ho preacher said Wednesday night fine, yesterday being decidedly warm. tin and Sheridan haven't caught all the that the congregation expected the tlsh in this section, but they have done Gardening and fishing nearly depopu very best preaching from the pastor, very well, considering. lated thu town. Threatening with and he had a right to expect the very showers, warmer and Friday Entertainment. The Odd Fellows best singing from the congregation. was yesterday's prediction. havo decided to have their free public The ono Is scarcity lets Important than anniversary entertainment at Walton's tho other and to the end that the best Watersirlons. Hon. G. A. Lackey 2(ith. effect )ossible from the &ong service has rented to J. H. Crutchllold and W. Opera Houeo next Monduy night, The members will meet at their Hall at be had, he wanted a platform erected II. Simpson four acres each of watermelon land at $lf per acre. Thu patch- 7 o'clock nnd in regalia march to the for the choir and a new organ bought, es will bo side by side and tho water- Opera House, where the following pro- which ho said would be done. melons that they will raise should bo gram will be rendered: Cheap Excursion Rates To New Music Stanford Gold Band sutllclent to supply the entire county. York City. On account of the unveil. Odd Fellows ing of the Grant monument in New Opening Ode THE Stanford ilshermen, Harvey Invocation Rev. J. T. Sharrard York City, excursion tickets will bo Helm, Ed Wilkinson and Joe Emory Song "Sweet Land of Liberty," Mes- - sold via the C. & O. Route at greatly are back from Casey where they spent dames J. W. Hayden, Joe S. Rice, C. reduced lutes. Tickets will bo bold good going April 23rd to 2(lth inclusive, 10 days and caught ;iO fish one tlsh a A. Moore, Misses Clara Mershon, good to return leaving New York, until day each. Joe Embry claims to have Myrtle Hughes. Adcle Saulley, Net- and including May 4th. The Chesa-iwak- e bass, but by the landed a & Ohio Is the only line passing tle and Georgia Wray, Bessie Richtime he got it to Stanford it weighed ards, and Messrs. 11. J. McRoberts, within view of Gen. Grant's blrth-plue- o at Pleasant Point, Ohio, and tho less than a pound. C. A. Moore, W. B. O'Bannon, Ben seminary at Maysvllle, Ky., where he Hardin, A. A. Warren, E. II. Benz-le- received his early education and from IN HOO. Walter Elrod, sheriff of Miss Mary Cowen, organist, Joe which ho went direct to West Point. Pulaski, brought Silas Hendricks and Tho famous F. F. V. Limited leaving F. Waters, cornet. Will Phillips hero Tuesday and turned Lexington at ll:i" a. m. is the only I hem over to Jailer DeHord. Theynre Oration '"Tho Three Links Insepara- modern electric lighted train running Mas- through to New York without change, ble, Frlendship-Love-Truth- ," charged with stealing a pistol, a watch serving nil meals iu Dining Car. Washter Robert Harding Waters. Bel- and Kjmo other things from Jeff ington Express leavlnc Lexington at on Odd Fellowship, Judge M. 8:;i. uen and nave been hunted tor a year Address i. m. connects In Washington the J. Durham, of Lexington. next afternoon with Congressional Limor more. Roth are white and aro tough Miss Clara Mershon ited. Tho scenery of the Chesupeako Vocal Solo looking characters. Tho Secrets ExxBcd. . . .District Dep- & Ohio particularly at this season of the year Is more attractive than can bo It C. KNOLKMAN says ho is pretty uty A. C. Sine. had along thu line of any other well satlslled that tho INTERIOR J OUR Vocal Solo Miss Mary Cowen road of equal extent In the world. rail NAL is a very good advertising me Benediction Rev. J. B. Crouch dium. Tho two line notice that he hud Mtisle Stanford Gold Bund Reduced rates to New York City. & se'll become u Main street merchant again, Invitation Is extended to The Chesapeake toOhio Rv. will A cordial round trip tickets New York City at brought him a great deal of trade and everybody to be present. d one and fares going April 2U congratulations, besides a call from ev to 2rtth inc. nnd good to return until ery man ho over owed a cent to seo If May 4th. Two Limited Vestlbuled Trains each way daily, making three hu could pay that Httlo account now. . On account of dlsapolntment in love hours quickest time from Central KenIT is just three weeks till tho demo James Lee, of Scott county, Vn.f hang- tucky points. George W. Bnrnev, div. pass, ncent Lexington, Ky. cratle county committee with tho assis ed himself. tunco of two men selected from each Alonzo Skidmore, ?1, nnd Miss Mary voting place In the county will select a J. Hutchison, 22, were married at Iron Fence. county ticket. There aro announced Highland, Wednesday. candidates for all the ofllces, save that After being mourned as dead for GO of representative, but it Is roortcd years Coleman Cary, has returned to I I U Ts,ff ""i ' "" "" i-itS Oj that In one or more races tho commit Warren, O., to visit his family. tee will go outside of those announced. Frank Stuekey, aged 17, and Miss The manner of nominating is much Julia Wlthersioon, 15 eloped from bettor than the costly primary, which Columbia, Tcnti., und were married. would create a great deal of feeling, Miss Louise Nlcholay, of Cincinnati, PRICES ARE VERY LOW. and wo hope It will prove satisfactory Is suing Joseph Kemper, her half brothto all concerned. er, for $5,000 for breach of promise to A. C. The race for county clerk Is made up marry. Mrs. J. Frank Edgar was granted an apparently before either party has ! unconditional divorce In tho circuit made nominations. George H. Cooor court, at Lexington from her husband, and James F. Cummins will lock horns Dwelling IIouso on Danvlllo Street, Stanagain and tho light this time will bo who eloped with Mrs. J. Frank David- ford, Ky., containing Nino Rooms and with nil outbuildings wanted. Cistern devoid of that over confldenco that son, and wound up In the Tennessee and two Hydrants. The aliove property Is penitentiary. Iu the best repair. Cull on characterized Mr. Cooper's race before piano tuner William O. Lorlmer, the 0 J. II. I1KIU1NS, STANromi, Ky. and encompassed his defeat by 0 votes. Mr. Cummins has tho ndvantago this who bus been at tho Myers House for time of a more extended acquaintance Bcvernl weeks, obtained lleenso Wed- The Combined Saddle and Ilumes Stallion, and of duties well performed, whlloMr. nesday to marry Mrs. Pattle B. Thiele, Cooor has not let tho grass grow much a Danville widow. They drove to to have tho knot tied. around him since his defeat. He has 21) Miss Jennie Newman, aged (0, of Ily Cluster Datti lOj ho by lllack Squirrel been making a quiet cunvuss ever since HO, 58. and Ib moro solid now than over with Louisville, and Dr. W. A. Dodd, Htw, foy Uourlion Rlue, hire wero married at Now Albany. Tho es- of 1st dam Hlnck Hilly llourlxin 2 SS, I.eo Sorghum S the people who know his worth and etc. 2d dam Lady Drennan, by tate of the bride's mother was loft to V. 2 general qualifications. Young's Drennan, ho Dtipeo's Drennan. sinas she her dam by Old in W. J. Russell gle. alono as long is worth remained hun- ;klChoMor DaroRaven.bybyRlack Squirrel several Mrs. 10, The cstato Hustonville. SS, died at nor daughter's, Mrs. J. J. Al dred thousand dollars. By her marri- by lllack Kaglo 74. Nt dam by Davo Aiken! 2(1 dam by Old Van, by .Miijor'Rreeklnrldge, of etc. Muck Squirrel OS, by Hlnck EagIo74, len, Tuesday, after a lingering illness age sho signed away three-fourtSho had been paralyzed for somo time the estate. Even at that tho doctor slro of King William, etc. Dam by Hrowu'rt and had been almost helplcbs for many scorns to havo sold hfmselt pretty well. Hyhlauder. 'King Chester 204 K S years old, 10 hands months. Mrs. Russell was nearly 70 A dispatch from Denver says that high, dark bay without whlto. Standard and was a splondld, Christian woman. tho supremo court has dlsmls.ed tho reglhterud in N. S. II. R. Ho goe.. all tho gaits very fast, Indng able to .show n 2 HO Her remains were laid to rest iu the suit of Fred W. Malcolm, plaintiff In gait In harness or racking under tho oaddle. Hutitonville Cometory. Mm. Helen error, against Kate P. Malcolm, de- Ho Is tho fastest and most itrllt.li largo liurso Ho took Iu Kentucky. Huffman and Ed Hopper havo contract fendant in error, on tho ground that greatest bhow' ring overtho premium In tho shown In America, ed with R. C. Urndley for n $1,760 reel- - tho court of apieals of Kentucky had viz: tho Harnusn Stallion Ring at tho great St. Louis Fair Iu ll)5. where ho defeated tho denco on tho old Hradloy place oppo already decided tho case. It has been winner of tho World' Knlr Premium nnd In site the Christian church. It will bo dragging In tho courts for six years. which wero 18 of tho mowt famous horho, that urorconttteUKl in u nhow ring. Ho is n occupied by Mm. Huffman and. Tho 1802 Plnovllle, Ky., court rofuscd grand breeder, his colts having high Httlo daughter, Melllo. Tho to grant tho husband a divorce, and and action and bo lug thu wlnnci. f. Hlylo i tho are all busy preparing Mrs. Malcolm llled suit In an obscure lHt two years of tho .Model Ring premiums nt tho Danvlllo defeating n number of for tho ChrlstlnnJEndeavor Convention county of Colorado and was granted a celebrated aged hors.es. Ho will stumi ..t and many visitors aro already in town. iinprnn. Malcolm sued to have this set my farm 114 miles from Danvlllo nt 815 to ,l"tUre awo a premium lack at 55. Fred P. Bishop continues very ill of aside, and, on being defeated, uppealed j GEO. K. ANDERSON. Danvlllo. supreme court. ' typhoid fever. to the Colorado Icinil atFnr- - SPECIAL SALKOF 3 nnd price tho In Indian Baskets & Hampers, Saturday. WITHERS' two-year-o- ld e, .Tint Think for one moment and go to Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Wall Paper, Window Shades, And the Like. .The Prices have never been so Low tha history of time. Withers Pays The Freight. IV. W. n, in Klm-berll- WITHERS, STANFORD. ... Ill-ra- m MILLET SEED Two 2 - IIoi'st; CORN PLANTERS For Sale. HI B K. WEAREN St SON. mTi eggs-aetl- mmmmmmMmm, Garden Seed. Flower Seed, Fishing Tackle, Wall Paper, FOR SALE. Get our prices before sending your orders away -- Just H y, i 5 m 51 as cheap at to-nig- home W. B. MoKOBERTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. IV4 jmimmmFmmmmm.m Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is and our And the Quality is the Very Best. ffl m PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. Complete four-ixnin- d PRICES ARE VERY LOW MASTIC:i:MIXED Is doubly guaranteed at y; PAINT PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I pi VjO '& SB r & I ii HMI tW ft WHAT FH UrMIUJUlII Wrc TIT f ffW J 1 y ; one-thir- matrimonIal, ft y ? To get a Dress and Skirt Pattern at a small price. Dress Goods offer a line of Cincinnati 1 I 1 1 1 MS At 25 Cents, "Which contains plain Serges, Cheviots, Novelties, Ac , Ac. 'This u is ujuivi ii'ss iiuiu uusi uii suuiuui ilium, um iu give a ;uuu tcieciiuu oflcr the en tiro line Jit the above low price. SI fttf ;j u -- 0 Ak.fft ( J -- -- "fff"!"'!""!!'"" FOR SALE "i i5 41 jjjii One hundred Indian Basket now on sale at our store. beautiful nnd cheap. Come and see them. m They are ( g SINE, Stanford. IV1-lu- Other Lines m .t Ki r; Complete and prices right. Clothing, Hats, Shoes, , Carpets, Dry Goods, Notions. , gJ m H y SEVERANCE & CSOiV.i- Uar-godsbu- rg King Chester 1 ymFLK i l',: We have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our woll selected stock of General Merchandise and are now prepared to ' hs Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an overy-day, suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, fhlnaware, Glassware, Quconsware, &c was never more complete, FARRiS WILLIAM SHELTON, The Second Session of & 1806-9- HARDIN. COLLEGG. STANFORD FEMHLE 7 's President. house-keepe- rs OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1807. For ful information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Catalogue Address, MRS NANNIE 8. SAUFLEY, Lady PaiNcirAt, Stanford, Ky. rMx .J&JUxfr tJhfjJsglLUtiit &M-t.- A' . 1 w . fc. ??5! i"? MMwiMMH wv, fw,a ," r'Ji Wr irjP-Pi(ppK- pi SMSaBsjfs. Tfl SIKTEBIQRJOURHAL HusTONVirxe. will bo Dr. W. B. Penny "Wcatherford Ilotclt Monday, April yon need any I'vx'bllolJ.oi'rrs.osa.ajrs'.a.sa.irzJ.jS.ayo 20th. Call at onco it stay will be work done, as hta dental limited. All work guaranteed. Exam IN- A.D a JPISU YJCA.R -- u ination free. - at tfio 43- - When not sopald02-- 0 will Is: charged. Y. P. S. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. rROOIUMOrtllKCONVKNTIOX WlttCII IIKOINS to-da- AT hvthsvillk ffjLitfSjJ L0G5L lESKMl KENTUCKY CENTRAL TIME Hi, DIVISION. aH:30p. Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m. ru. , anJeturns at KHOXVILLE DIVISION. No. "t Train going orth ........... " Ko.26 " Soutl " No. 25 " No. 23 For ", 37 1 m 3 13 a m 0 P ru ,..:.... 1 03lp la t2 TUKO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. UACdAUB CHKCKED TIIKOUOH. Kor any Information enquire rl JOE 3. KICK, Agent, blanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains paw Junction City as follows: 3 33 p m No. l.South .... U Wip . So. 2 North 10 a iu t 12 (W'i m v. v 11:00 Address, Conventions. Itev. Ira landrlth. 11:30 HuslneM. rvire. 11 liv the President. .fi Fer2:10 Address, Power From On High, C. H. SATfRDVY, APIL21. 9:30 a. M., Devotional exercises. 10:00 Organlratlon. 10:10 Welcomo address, Rev. W. W. Urucc. 10:20 'ilejpone, Charles Chrlstensen. m.nn nf DtHcers and Societies. Devotional exercises, leader, V. I. Curry, President. 3:30 Christian Enthusiasm. Iter. T. J. Hcher. IVewltt. 7.15 Prale service; leader, Meredith What ? Why ? How J Addn-- n on Missions. 7::w Pv. Ira Landrlth. Nashville. Adjournment. 3:00 v. m., Fkiuvy, April 23. p.ri. cn 2.30 Address, Junior Work, Miss Ella Rarkcr. Singing. 2: 2:55 flow Cm the Societies Help the Pastors? rari. 2:20 Music. ' j tl Z.."i"lPtu os. tion City. All trilns stop there. Note-N- 9 and 1ft run no further than JuncRY. A. "10 " .....00.m FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI VIAOi:OUUKTOVN. 2 33 P.M. A. II 605 6 7 20 10 It 315 450 55 2.00 Ltc. Somerset, Ar " ' Jet. City. Arr "eoiwtown, Lt " Kraukn.rt, o .. p. M. 12 M 11 31 M w 6 30 820 030 300 5 30 Iter. U. J. Plnkerton. 3:25 Annual Address of tho President. 3:35 Value or Rible Study In Our Work, W. A. I Daniel. Adjournment. 7:15 Devotional Exerclses.thc Sympathetic Chrlstf leader, Mrs. J. F. Oover. 7:30 Address, Three Essentials of n Christian. Plelgc, Alexander Sharp" EndcaorSoclety-T- ho Christian Fellowship, Allen Edelcn; Com- cratlou, Miss Emma C. Curry. 7:50 Address, Neglected Corners, Scott Covert. S:00 Address, Citlrcnshlp Ennobled, Kev.IraJ drlth. Social hour. Adjournment at 10:30.; Arr I'arls Dally except Sunday, 'CD.IIKRCAW.O.V.A. ROYAI w . pAnnATit Mon.Nl.Nn. ;C:30Sunrlo1Prayer Meetini?, "Sahhath Ohscrv- anco," Loader, Mlw Sallle Yaukey. 0:30 Regular Sabbath School Services. 11:00 llegular Church Services. SaUIIATII AlTKRNOOX. 2:00 Prayer and Prals Service, Conducted by the President. 2: 15 Address "Saved to Serve," Miss Nannie C. Caldwell. 2:30 Singing. 2:35 Address, "Possibilities or the Christian En- deavor Society," A. Von der LIppc. 2:50 Music 3:00 Address on Temperance, J. Harry Allen. 3:15CommIttw Conference, led by Rev. T. J. Hacher. 3:40 Sentence Prayers for Special Hlesslng on the Evening Consecration Service. 3:50MItpah. Sl'NDAY EVK.NINO. jf&- - "rk i5fe flpli POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Us great leavening strength and healthfulnes.. Aum the food against alum and all forms of tadulteratlou so couimun in tho cheap brands. ItovAL Daki.vo I'owdkr Co., New iork. Topic, "Personal Couecratlou, "ISalms 139:28 24. 7'15 Song Service. 7:30 Convention Sermon. S:0O Singing. . 8:05 Cousecrntion Service. Closing Song,Gol bo with You 'Till we Meet LATE RUSH BRANCH CHURCH. Referring to an interview with John M. McRoberts with reference to Rush Branch church published in this paper, March 5th, a correspondent at Liberty writes: I will say for tho bonellt of Bro. McRoberts, who says that tho Separate B.tntists worshii)iKd at Rush Branch till 1S27. when all tho Baptists left thi church and took the Blblo alone as tho only rule of faith and practice that there was an association held at tho Rush Branch church In 1791, which chose Rev. James Smith moderator and Robert Clark clerk. At this meeting preachers in attendance wore James Smith, Joseph Bledsoe, Moses Bledsoe, Robert Elkln, Andrew Trlbble, John Bailey, Thomas Simmons. At that association Gilberts Creek church sent up a petition for the ordination of one of Its members, Thomas J. Chilton, to tho ministry. Tho association apjiointed Joseph Bledsoe and Moses Bledsoo to attend to tho business. There was also a petition to ordain Elijah Summers. Robert Elkln and Thomas Amnion, James Smith wore appointed to that. Tho association next mot at William Rogers' in Nelson county the 3d Friday in May, 1792, and from tho record book tho Tate's Creek church was admitted as a member in tho association, which met next with tho Rush Branch church Sept. 2oth, 1S05, Nathaniel Shrewsbury moderator and Thomas J. Chilton clerk. In 1810 Rush Branch was represented In association with delegates John Bailey, Levi Baldock and John Embry, Michael Dillingham moderator and John Jones clerk. In 1811 also represented by John Bailey, Levi Baldock and John Embry; also in 181.1, also 1815 by John Bailey and others. Those brethren nro tho worshippers that Mr. McRoberts speaks of, who held the right to the said lot and house. They were governed by tho Scriptures ofho Old aud New Testaments, denying all creeds or confessions of faith, aside from Scriptures. Many other names are recorded on this book who worshipped in old Rush Branch and if. is pleasant to look over those pages and see who wore tho religious ploneersof tho wilderness of Kentucky. Time aud names have past away, but tho example set by thoso men Is still kept up in tho old South Kentucky Association of SeparB. B. J. ate Baptist. muster commissioner, R. C. Wan-ensold the homo place of Mr. M. N. , Do-Pau- w In placo of tho Ferris wheel tho Ten. nesseo Centennial Is going to havo a huge see saw. Tho tower Is 75 feet high tho lower part being a pavilion (0 feet square, with music and dancing. Each car will hold 25 people, and the oxtromo height Is 150 feet abovo the starting place. Tho beam Is 100 feet long. Counting the height of tho terrace on which It is located, tho passengers will ascend higher than In tho Ferris wheel at Chicago. FOR SHLE OR R6NT l'i inlloM rnitn containing 12JJ iicro pike. liu.til.wl mi Hut Drkiivtlln mid SliinfitMl JH. F. NORTH PAXTON V Tho iloHlrnlilo home of tlilt Isacundldato for County At,.. ey of Linto John Illnlii coln, subject to tho action of the democratic turtle B. anu well wutereii. tlio nouno n n coiuiro w.ii... Itflfll. .uH.llt. III! tllWOMWlirV fllllw Is a candlilate for County Attorney of LinIiullilliii. u lnr;t',n)omylmrii, fenelnicpood. c u iHitul of tiuvur falling wtock water nnd nil coln. Mibject to the action o thiMlemncrat-lpartj. Apply MniU of fruit tree In full U'lirlnf,'. tn fid. T. 1'. Hill. Stiinfnrd. or the umlur- Hlgned on tho premise. ..- - I tlio iiuut place, linn of lnnd, well Improved P"ty' J. .hii. r.. i. iin.vi.i. J. T. JONES Lexington has 108 saloons, and censes are being taken out for more. li- J.T.Jones, TIS I1D SHEET IRON Hubject to the democratic netloiu Is a candldiile for Jailer of Lincoln county, WIS, GEO. W. BEUORD Jailor of Lincoln, subject to tho action of the democratic party. N n candldnte for to tho ofllco of FOR RENT. well-kno- STANFORD, Diamond lloof IPe-n- 's Solo nnd popular Oroon Ilrlar 11x1111. proprietor of jurnlihctllllsck paliitln wcvwl, Tho for Itluitoi 91. C. Surliiir-t- . located nlxmt two mlUw from Oruli All tni.l .ml Iniii timiU. Sitlifctlnn Bii.irantrtnl I'alnt Urclinnl. Mugnlflci'iit wnttr, excellent Im roofs rwtlntnl with Ivan's lllsck blamond nt u low tlRUt-- ror --rarranlcd for yrars. Dpal- -r In UM CUtcrn I'uuips U a candidate for tin nomination for Circuit provements. W III tho iireent heutou. Cnll on or nildrens MiddalraiilicU Inm Kilters, (Jatraulied and lllack Judge of this district, subject to thu action iron lioonngor an mnas. A. A. 1IOWMAU. of the democratic party. Yuntiklllw, Ky. JUDGE 8A1XEY JR., lvu u NOEL & SON, J. T. STJTTOWT, I J. S. OWSLEV, DEKLERS IN COHL, Order Office and Fred Exchange, near the Railroad Crossing, Depot Street, UrxdortQlcor, - Hu8tonville, Kontucky a candldnte for the nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this district, subject to thu action of the democratic party. Corn utul liny, - Stanford; Strrot, latelyKentucky. J. II. Wiggins'. Coal Yard. MIR SatlstacUon guaranteed. ntr. l.l. trrlrv in ilm tmitil of Wwt Unroln and Casoy counties. Full stock ot Oitnusand Cask. Is a candidate for SnwrlnUudtnt of Publla Sehooli of Lincoln county, subject to the action el tlw Dew via always on hand. rty, otratlc II. o. Cnenier, .Mmisurr. GARLAND SIN.GLETON ISTOTIOEJ lst at my store near want ! FIRE INSURANCE. J. F. HOLDAM of Uncvln numty, sub Is rndldate for Ject to tlio action of the democratic patty. Airsir Cedar Creek, on the pike I also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford keep on hand a supply of plank for feiielng. All kinds of lumber for hnlldln purioses; also Iwartls and shingles. All perrons doslrlng any article ol this kind can rail on me at my store nearC.Mar 32 O. W. SINtil.ETON. Creek, All persons deslrlcg Locust Posts for plank fence, and railing or wire fence can And what they PHUSNIX Insurance Company, OP KROOKLYN. SAMUEL, Itl. OWENS Is a candidate for sherlrTot Lincoln county, to the action of Hie democratic party. ulj-- vt SHELBY & SHELBY, -- ..Proprietors EMMETT McCORMACK Llnrolu cnunty, suh-Jtr- -t Is a randldato for A.-ro- f to the action of Ih. d.mocratlo party. Your 11cIImI Is eutnittly LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE First. Class Turnouts, prompt attention, very or your patronage 1 A reasonable rale 1 rcpecttully solicited Junction City, Ky. Caledonian Co., : Insurance u'ln M. Is a candidate for F. ELK1N AMr of Scotland. of Lincoln county, IT rct to the anion of the democratic KOUNDliD IM03. jf ul. JOE T. EMBRY Ji-- PIANOS AND ORGANS. Decker Hn-'- R.B.MAHONY.Agt., 5 . HhIium Italdwln Piiuuti, neher I'lnmrt, Ac. Estey Orpins llumlltoii Orpin's and other Mnkus. See ruy Goods mill tlet Mv Prices lleforu you 10 W. T. WHITE, frab Orchard. lluy. I). 11. Iln.. Plutin. Ellington Pliuio-- I'InuiH. hTANKtillH, KY. Ct'TLKMAS. Is a candidate for A.m.r of Lincoln county, sub to the action of the democratic party and varrnvtly asks yutir support. . JOIIX. A. U. Umux. C. G. BAKER of Lincoln county, subIs a candidate for AsM-wo- r ject in the aetlou of Undemocratic parly Think, lnjt tbeouthcniendof thecouutyU entitled to a sllra of the pie, he asks your supisirt Mason Hotel 51 IIS. INSURANCE COMPANY W1XLIA71I 'lOUELANO OF LIVERPOOL. 5. tli. action Is a candidate for AsseMor ol Uiu.dn, suldrct to of the democratic uty. He kindly asks U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror. yourtupiL Lancaster, : Kentucky. B3RBEE s. CBSTLEHaS. SAM W. MKNEFEE for ."herlll of Lincoln county, tub jevt lo the action uf the democratic ny. Isaraudldale Agaiu." "MIZPAII." BRODHCflD." W. S. Cummins, our broom man, sold to A. H. Bastin, of Crab Orchard, 1,200 brooms this week. Our school boys have organized a debating society in our town and tho first question will be discussed on Wednesday night next. Mr. Joe Styers, tho gentleman who has been operating the oil well at this place, is now loading his machinery to go to Pineville. So the hope of oil in this section is about blasted. Miss Bertie Hilton, of Rowland, is with her aunt, Mrs. Susie B. Cherry. Mr. Alex Lynor has moved into his new house in the West End of town. A. J. Pike went to Gillead church in Madison county last Friday and returned Monday night. This is Bro. Pike's seventh year with that church. Dr. J. M. Clark is pushing the work on his new building. Mr. J. J. Painter nnd wife, of Corbln, are visiting relatives in this sectiou. Mr. J. G. Frith went to Louisville last Monday night. The democrats here are very highly pleased with the Louisville Dispatch. They say it is just what they were look ing for. It seems to have the right ring and it will have a good circulation The free silver demoin this section (and that is about all tho kind wo crats have in this "locality) say that they want tie Dispatch and tho INTERIOR JOURNAL both together, so wo hope the editor will notify us upon what terms both papers can be secured for. With tho y our Interior Jouknal semi-weekl- de. w. b. psinrsr, Is Office on Lancaster street at Hcddonce. lfr BIG HOUTE. . 4: I The Dost Line toand From TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. ATolding the Tunnel "White City Special." Best Terminal Station. Porter yesterday, containing 'i ncres table. Everything Oommcrco JBuilding, Louisville. S9 at auction to tlio the pluintiff, Mrs. Jen- meet a'l trains Agent Throughout tin South. nie C. Wolf, for S3,81S.fiO. It was appraised at $47.50 per acre and the price received is only n little over $27. Stan- GEORGE H. M'KINNEY. ford Journal. laxal Agent,- Did the existence of mob law, unreKentuckv. strained and unpunished In Lincoln Pension & Claim Agent, SfANFOKD, iJf county have any thing to do with this Box 44, Stanford, Ky. result? In tho counties of the State where turnpike raiders reign supremo Has lmd 12 ye:in's jirnctlco boforu nil tlio Depu truontH In Washington City. 9 and where law abiding citizens nro torch and threatened with dynamite, shot-guthe homes of many unfortu- A. S. PRICE, DKAI.F.K IN persons will be disposed of utcom nate Surgeon mlssloner's sale in tho next 00 days, Farm Dentist, and it is safe to say that thoso located Vehicles, in tho neighborhood of such outrages Stanford, Ky. as much as they will not bring half Drug otherwise would. Thus tho night raid Office orcr McltolNirts'ltulldlue.Store In the Owsley ers under tho pretense of righting a 1 in wrong against tho poor, are robbing O C High-Grad- e Fertilizers and Coal. the poor debtor already pushed to the a. s wall, and snatching the bread from the 5' 3 Good Warranted a Koprv'iitel. Otllco on n r o mouths of widows and orphans, the val- Main Slnet,iipiH)slte Klinore' ftore, u Stiuiford, Kentucky. o uo of whose homes are cut half into by 3 n p s g J. 11. OWENS. fiHMUAX. their lawless depredations. Harrods-burfirst-clas-- Newly furnished; clean beds; Kjilcndid MASAdKllS, DINK FARMER Is n candldnte for Jailer, subject to tlio tion ot the democratic party. ac- E. J. TANNER Is a candidate for Circuit CierU, subject to th will of the democratic party. GEO. B. COOPER cratic party. Is a candidate for Clerk of thu Lincoln County Court, subject to thu action of the demo- J. B. HIGGINS, Wagons. Pleas ure n, JBl CANDY KITCHEN. I can now supply the people) with I'rtwh Cutidy of many yarletleri and iis;rlor excellency every day. I inn nmLliiK It myself and guarantee satisfaction. Olvu me a call. J. A. tSTKI'llENSON. Stanford. Agricultural Implements, D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, Will carry a larger stock o( Furniture of all kinds this year than ever twfureaud will sell cheaperthan aniboily Plow: The Oliver Chilled, Vnlcau, Silver Slcel aud Chaltanooit and wiuU of all kinds. Cultivator and Double .'hovjU, all Malta make, the Nvt in the world. Tanners, call lu and gt any IhlMg you want trout a bu'y down. II. S. CAIti'ITLH. H.lctfully, 0 CD Democrat. m BOSTON. W'ajner Sleeping Cars. Uuflet ParloPCar-- Wosiit SlecpIiiR Can, Trlvat Compartment Cars. Kle;ant Coaches and Dining Cars Ho sure your tickets rend via "UIO roi'It" I), n. MARTIN, E O. McCOUMICK, Ken 1'av. A Tkt. Agt. rassenger Traffic Mr. CINCINNATI, OHIO. m m NEW YORK. , MBMOK1M0(MOMM i THE POPULAR mmm (MEEEEIID " " s W IMIMSKIOINIMSMBM IMIOIMOMIMIBIMOINIM The man who owns the property pays the tax. Stanford adopted an ordinance requiring Insurance companies to pay annual license of $20, aud forthwith tho local Insurance agents were instructed to udd an additional 10 jer cent, to the present Insurance rates on all property located within tho corio-rat- o limits. Of course, tho 10 iwr cent, addition will more than cover tho annual license fee, and tho most of the Increase will go into the pocket of tho companies. Georgetown Insurance Times. people have two good square meals a m Bucklin't Arnica Salve. week, but that is not enough for laboring men like ours. They want someThe oet salvo In the world for cuts,, bruises d ulcers. salt rheum, fever thing dally and its very gratifying now sores,hands, chilblains corns and sorrs tetter, all skin eruptions. no pay required. to know that they can get good, bound, It imsltlvelytocures piles or satisfaction or moneyIlls give jieriect 2 evnts per box. Forsalo by W. IJ. wholesome, food in tho above named ?uara.)tMl m m 9 . n -; 3 C to S3 o. b 1 o CD m 81.0111 TO Ml 23N03 HADE &C. a s W 3 3 rr 3 in M p cr rt a. 3 n n rr ST CO n 2 3 rc np 93 9$ P Money to loan on liuprorrd city pnerty or pro. ductiro farms In Stanford - and Lincoln ivunty al Alu I wil 0 jut rent, luyable nhuI- Annually furuUh NjuiU for puhlic or corrathiii ollirlaltt Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OK STANKOIIH, KV. , Wr--- () ? Paid up Capital, I.ieiutoni, Aduilnhtratorsor (luanlUusnt rm-o- n ahloiattt. Am ajirut for foiirof the )Kt lira In Surplus, suranre Cntiianlra doltm Imsliim In Kentucky and solicit lulroliao of pruiwttv holders In Stanford nf Its charter, Ily lUtea samo an oilier f.tiiiMttc loiui; 1uIiipm here. pro-lintia S20o,ooo;oo 17,603 80 P W WA1.1.ACI: i:. VAUNU.N, AU H HCENTS MHNT6D. Lc-re- w aj-"- at CL o "5 a CQ (D chap-tie- papers. Grand Monument Ceremonial, p New-York, McRoberts, Dru&Ut. a A C3 3 p n V In every county In Kentucky fur the Col lit r Protector thu gruutest Uor ' Uisanieour-WyeursIII liirrntloii that ever lm lieen'' lnveutl, to as llliernl accommodations asare conslatent muko 83 with sound banking. i;o on hon.0 eollnrt. Lively and it iM'rday. ForfurthorpartliMilars.tip-plyt- o niRCCTOHl, W. T. UlCtlAUOSO.V. J. J. Williams, Mt. Ycniuu; General Agent, Junction City, Ky. W. II. Cummins, Preaihenrllle; J. II. Owsler, J. S Owsley, Sr., 8. II. Shan, Williuui (iMKh, J. '. Caih, Kiuhry, S.J. nxis-rlencbank-tiiK'a- are a fully protectt-- as are deponllors In .Ni!' iil Hsuks, Its sharvholders brlliK held Individually liable lo the extent of the amount of their stink therein at thu par tjIuh thereof, In addition to lue amount ln vested in uih sharve. It may act as executor, trustee, Ac, as fully as an IndlTldiial, Tendering our thanks tu tlumi who liarueutrust ed their liu.ns to us, we I nut they will continue to do so, aud we oiler ns a guarantee for prompt ilrllor Dr. Kimfs AVir Discovery for Consumption v. IT. mmmnyyvSm OMOMM NUMOMOTn Cv lM tv '0G0 V fMO M0MAlJIO mm OM0IN1 mmm rOi m VV, ) IMOIMMOIN mm 0. 1. A., Il.l'.A., XllAXK MO mm MM mmmmmumMmm aiMOiioiNJoiNJ Clilcajjo. K. II. HACON, J. ItECD. .1 Valuable 1'rencripiion. Morrison, ot the Worthlngton, Ind..8un. Editor Tho Presbyterian General Assembly writes: "You litre valuable prescription In rucoiumend can 'May 20-3- 1 ut Charlotte, N. C. Electric Miters and 1sick cliwrfully and asa gen-e- r meets headiche aud it for constipation no uul." Mrs. Annlo I s stem lonlo It hss dally train service of the The double Mehle, 2u!5 Cottage CJrove Avenue Chicago, was all Queen & Crescent Route is unsurpass- run dowa could not nor digest food, hid a b ck which never left her and felt tlrod nd weary, ed. Only ono change of cars to Char- achesix bottles of Electric Ultttrs restore! hor but Wio he lotte, quick schedules, ono fare for tho SI. 1th and renewed her strength. Price store.and (let a bottle at W. II. Mcltoberts1 drug round, trip. Ask agents for full par- tickApril 27, 1897. Round-triNew York City will be on sale at ets to from Junclow rates, 32A.10 round-trition City for this occasion, with limit to return May 5th. Queen & Crescent vestlbulcd trains make close connections at Cincinnati with all lines East only one change cars from Junction City to New York. W. C. Rlnearsou, Geu'l. Pass'r. Agt., Cincinnati, O. p medicine In tho world for all This Is the forms of coughs and colds and for consuhiption. Every Iwttle Is guaranteed. It will euro and not disappoint It has no euual fur whooping cough, asthma, hay lever, pneumonia, bronchitis, cold In the head, la grippe and for consumption. It la safe for ull owes, pleasant to lako and above nil. a sure cure. It Is always well to take Dr. King's New Lite Pills In connection with Dr. king a New Discovery, as they regulate and tone the stomach and Inwels. We guarantee perfect satisfaction or return money. Kreo trial botttles at W. B. A drug store. ICegulir lro ROc and 41. lct f. o n in, w o r- DORSSY G.OLDDUST 5'J012, llv-In- Sheet Anchor for the Poor Wan. Safeguard for tho Kich Hcjiilu Asitiruil. No. Producer ot combined , and Eastern home that sell for good price.-- will make the present mciikou t Tk.v Dijli.aili to Insure 11 ir colt. AImi Jack, Koieoe, at W to Insure IMtEIII. 11 colt. N. H. Domey Golddust has produced a class of combined homes that attract buy- s. er,, and bring good prices, regardleisof fin-lc- J. J. YL Lyiiu, N. MnielYe. A. W. Carjwuter; O. llvOu.li.B. J. II. Owsley, Cadiler; orriciKs. imiuoiii; Vf M. llrlght, Teller FIR.STNATIONALBA.NK , OF STANFOlU), KV. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus 915,750. io Kisk Tho New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., Issues nil Forms of Lifp, lCndowmcnt and Term Policies et BEAR THIS IN MIND. All Policies Ixsucd Participate in the An nunl Distribution of Surplus. Cash Surrender" and Participating Paid up Insur- Evory Values A steamship Is to be built for tho Policy. INI0 White Star Line. It will bo 150 feet The citizens of Eddyvillo havo pro- - No catch clauses; No fino print. Correslonger than the St. Paul, and more pondence Solicited, than twico as long as the biggest sail- pared a formal protest to bo laid before, ing vessel alloat, while soyen Defenders tho Legislature against tho proposed Wanted-- An JE33ED. WIA-HEtf-, penlton-tiaryou your I titJflHN tdeMi thy may bring Patentwealth. stretched along her side would not abandonment of the branch CC Wr.'te Agent, Stanford, Ky. at that place. Wanlntnn. D. O.. for their I3X) pr offr reach from bow to stern. Ioulavlllo. musmmmmm OM ticulars. W. C. Rinearson, gen'l. pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. am All Take Laxative llroiuo Quinine Tablets Druggists refund the money If It falls to Cure, lor Sale by W U. McRoberts, Cr.Ig A Rocker and O. L. Penny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. TO OURS A COLD IN ONE DAY. ance. Endorsed on to the f.ict that Attention ( the public Is thts Is the only National Hank In Stanford. Unot thu Nutloiial Hank Act der the proilshms dfKltor are sveurvd not only by tho capital stock, hut by the stockholder- -' liability lor an amount (BiOlfBsTrJr"lM?pflf"rf?to equal in tuo stock, so that lieiswl oisuf this institution are secured by a fund of jAO.Oixl, Five sworn lateiuenta of the condition oi tho Hank arotuado THO'SUSHB'JS each year to the United States Oorurumrnt mid it auets am examiuisl at stated lime by goreiiment aiteuts, thus securl K additional and ncrii-c- t nulet, There are none lietter. They grow larger. todeiiosltors. Thlslnttliutlou, orlislually established as the Ue. Mature quickly. Fatten well at any ugu. posit Hank of Staiiford lu liiM, then reorganized aa for urvlce the .Nutluiinl Hunk oFSIantord In 180.1 and again Gilts and Vouug llount Heady for halo. Unrretlrlymoutli Hock Eggn pack- reofKanUed on the Klrit National Hank uf Stanford ed forHhlpplng 81; delivered athomeSeven-ty-riv- o lu IMi, has had practically au uninterrupted existbetter Cents per Setting of Fifteen. All ence for M year. It Is business supplied now wIC lacllllles for iraiisaclliiE prouni uud lib. Inquiries cheerfully answered. erally than rter heloru lu its long and liouorablo J. M. k H. J. McBODERTS, Stanford. career. Accounts of Individuals, flduclsrles, tlruis aud Individuals sullclteiL 'Tii Mi IMi Mi UIKKCTORS, Mmm Gun and Took Szxxitb STANFOHTJ, J. S.Hocker, P.'Held, S. T. Harris, Idea SE Al y . All kinds of rcnilrlng Upholstering a siwlalty. KY. T. V. Hill, K. L. Tanner. McKlnnev. W. A. Trlbble, J.II.CollIer.Crab Orch'dj M. J. Miller, M, D. Ulniore, Stanford. " Co.; J. W, Ilaydtn, K. ' II. llaughiuau, Stanford " ' " Attor-B.,,- ., dono st rln Saturation. Kiuranletd rosoaillo T. S. Hockcr, Prealdont; J. J. Mclloberta, Cashier; A. A. McKlnney, Assistant Cashier, orricaat. v U(t ot two hundred larMttooa nautad. O- - mm i -- ' ii&&mzszi SmSmBbmSsI i. iAtiij v- - t' .v . l- - WiA'. JlJf .ir l'.V 1