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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897043001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 1897. NO. 18 This morning ut 10 o'clock, Elder Georgo A. KHngmiin, of Lexington, who held a meeting last year at Mc- Cornmcks and to whom Mr. Severance became much attached, will hold u short service at the residence and tho remains will be laid away In Huffalo Cemetery. It Is u remarkable fact that Mr. Sov- eranco died on tho .'.'Id anniversary of his marriage. The ceremony was at 0 1'. M. His death occurred at !) P. M XXVI. i VICINITY NEWS. Tho Advocate caujylitH titfo. Jlvtf-Ku- mivh .lorry SiuuHiIko huso a fow rtiiyn JOSEPH SEVERANCE. A Good Man Gone to His Reward. LANCASTER. proposes to construct a telephone lino from here to Pulnt Lick by the wuy of Point Leuvel, Hnmmack, Manse, Curtersville and Lowell, a distance of 20 miles. Stephen Holcombe, aged 78, died near Cartersville. this county, on Sunday. He wai an uncle of S. P. Holcombe, of Louisville, who Is superintendent of thu Union Gospel Mission of that city. - A stock company I J. I I if i Death, which was hovering over Mr. Mordecul CurtlH, u prominent and i ajjed citizen of Madison, i dead near Joseph Severance, Sr., when we last went to press, cluimed thut splendid Klrksvllle. ' Mr. Martha Stuck, over IK) years of soldier of tho cross ut l p. M. Wednesnjrc, died from tho olTccts of a full In day. Prom the time ho suffered the apoplectic stroke, while presiding at Doyle county, MIm SiittluOwoiiH, urod '20, daughter the communion table at McCormacks The meeting at the Presbyterian . ofKov. Martin Owuiib, died at her church till he breathed his last, con' church is still well attended and much ' sciousness never returned. His whole' near Quail. homo MT. VERNON, good is being done. Any one will be I'rof. Kniinett Embry, a colored right sldo and tongue were paralyzed j A young democrat arrived at Dr K. benefited by hearing Rev. McKee, who school toucher, has been admitted to and he lay for tho most part motionless. has grown gray, in the cause of the ' Next morning tho remains were' J. Hrown's April 28th. practice law ut Richmond. Remember tho temperance muss Master. The Central University cadets lmvo brought f rom Mr. T. J. Hill's, where II. C. Hamilton, ago 22, a bright selected Shelhyvllle us the place of he died, to his homo, where they were meeting Monday evening. Tho contest at the college this even young man and an uncompromising their annual outing thU year. May 8 viewed by hundreds of citizens yesterday and many a tear was shed us they ing promises to bo quite entertaining, democrat, has announced himself u can- Is the date. Dr. Ronton, a prominent physician of didate for police judge of this city. He Mtntlo Shepherd gazed on the familiar features that they Misses Muttle and Hrodhoad, was in town Monday. He Is i popular and promlses'to be a formld-- a McKeo und John Davis were would know no more in life. and Mult staunch democrat. able candidate. Deceased was born at Crab Orchard swept over tho dam ut Turks' Mill near The democratic county committee Some republicans who censured our ug. 11), 18.'18, and consequently was Cumberland Falls und were drowned. Mrs. Marluh Alatott, tho aged moth- nearly 51) years old. Ills father wus met Monday and recommended that representative for not voting for Hunt-MR. G. Williams and Judge G. W. Cr, blame him now for voting for er of J. P. Alstott, of Powers, died u John Severance und ho came to this bo nominated for judge and boc. This seems to grow out of the In Catey. She was 87 and county from Hlllsboro, N. II., at an fow days ujjo had been blind for a number of years. early day and married Miss Klizabeth county attorney respectively. Roth are belief thut their political enemy will gentlemen of true demo-- ! hand around the pie. James lntteion, one of tho wealth- Huiiun. To them nine children were cratlc principles. The fishing fever is on .Jin earnest iest farmer. In Central Kentucky, died ltorn, only three of whom are now liv It seems that tho parties who wish to and many stories are told nbout e SI years old, und ing, Messrs. George und William Sev near Paris. He was n erance and our town by keeping open sa- - ing very largo ones, but 'theyhuvo not Mrs. D. C.Payne. When 2,000 acres of Bourbon and owned he was 15 years old the subject of this loons will have to take the petition to been put on exhibition. They all go land. Mrs. Julia Hordoii, a pretty Ml. Ver- notice came to Stanford and worked in Frankfort. The best peophrprny that out the Lexington road, as those toll- non widow, wnnls S.V000 for damages to Wm. Holdam's carding mill. Then ho tho governor, who has always taken an gates have all been thrown open. The many friends of the Intkkiou her directions by S. V. Pavis, u sad- clerked In Judge W. II. Carson's con Interest in the welfare of Rockcastle, und chuttels she bus fectionery, ran a drug store awhile und will remember that the people by a vote Jolmixal. were glad to meet its tKilite dler, whoso goxls had uttuchud, just as ho was ulxiut to finally went Into tho dry goods busi- showed their preference for prohibi- - and affable business manager, Mr. K. ship them, till she can probont her ness with Col. Thomas W. Miller, and Hon, and Mr. M. J. Cook, a staunch re- - ' C. Walton, hero last Momfuv. W. O. continued in it, with the exception of publican and noble man, had the bill Owsley, one of the most efficient reve- claim of a year or two, when ho traveled for the pas.Md which whisky men are now try nue men in this district, was at home Juno Walker, u wealthy cltton Tuesday. Miss Annie, the accomplish lllchmoud, died Monduy night, aged J. M. Uobluson Co. At the time of ing to have repualed .Messrs. Lliami) .Mullins and bam' oil daughter of W. U. Unhln-rni nbout SO yonrn. Ho was n brothur of his death ho was the head of tho largo n bank- linn of Severance fc Son, for which he Ward were in town Monday. Mr. W. Kn on a Enrocan tour this Summer. J. Slono Wulkor, tho T. Brooks, of Hazel Patch, wan here Mrs. Robert Campbell, who has been er. His sister, MUs Coralle, married had built up a big trade. Ho was this week. Mrs- Susan Mullins has1 visiting her parents, will return to her dealO., a honest and fair in all his Leonard V. Hanna, of Clevoland. Marcus A. Hanna. ings and i)eoplo grew to have the ut been visiting friends here. Mr. Hugh home in Glasgow Friday. brother of Senator The committee which went to Frank-t- o clever gentle- most confidence in his every assertion. Miller Is enjoying u fishing oxeiimltm Ho was a Williamsburg. Mrs. Proctor has fort to explain to the board of equal Per home tlmo past Mr. Severance man and had a legion of friends. quite 111. Prof. Zimmerman, of jut ion why the ussessed value of lands Tho Corbin News uys of a former had suffered much with his head and Dr. Carpenter that ho expect- Michigan. Is visiting relatives here, j this county is less than last vear, Stanford man: Charles Kenner, our he told former baker, who loft huroruther sud- ed to be taken off suddenly and soon, Mr. J.S. Reppert, of Orlando, was ami to ask that the proposed Increase denly some time ugo, Is u candiduto for but bound him to secrecy from his fam- here Monday. Mr. T.J. Stewart, of in the rate of assessment bo abandoned one of tho consulships to Coriiinny and ily. He hasn't looked well for some Wlldle, was hero Thursday. Misses Wus successful, tho board seeing that Lily Butner returned homo t reasons won niimlv s,iin,.l,.,7t ,.,i has a good chance to got It, we under- time, but no one hud an idea that he Carrie and to would m soon be called to his re- Saturday. Mrs. Novels, of Crab Orch- agreeing to let tho original a&se&sment stand. An effort is now being made behind ward. About a year after hit, marri- ard, visited Mrs. Patsy Brown. Mr. D. stand, without any increase. This is a havo him fottlo tho debts city and elsewhere mi that ho age he united with the Christian W. McGuire, of Goochland, was here just decision and the news will bo gladIn this may not bo handleapiwd in his efforts church, of which his wife was already Monday. Rider Parrar, will preach at ly received by tho Another outrage was committed by a member, and he has since lived so Maretsburg Saturday evening. to secure tho coveted plum. the turnpike raiders about 12 o'clock that the end would have found him ready ut uny time. lie was a faithful Co. Wednesday night. Tho little house Hubble. that wus built on the Buckeye pike In follower of the Lord and did more good Frank Jones will soon have his dwel- sight of the e Wm. lllanks lost his work tnaro a in his way than will over bo known for tho purling completed on Walnut street. fow days ugo. pose of collecting toll after tho gates this sldo of tho judgment. He delightThe Louisville Dispatch gives much wero thrown open wus burned by a mob Mrs. Steele Minor has returned to ed to go out to McCormacks church her home In Louisville. and read and cxjiound tho Scripture to satisfaction to the Casey democracy. of raiders, who rode through the I will correspond for it. Mild one yoko of cattle his friends there and did so nearly evT. C. Ilunkin Northern part of town und took the Rev. J. K. Reed, of St. Louis, lec- Lexington road. They were seen by Wood for $M). to Georgo ery Sunday. Recently lie told his sons y S. M. Spoonaraoro Is Improving his that ho believed he would turn the tured at the Christian church lust several and estimated at about 50 in Lord number. They left a notice on the night on. "Why Don't the yard feuco o lis to make a nice llower business over to them and spend the park. fence near tho ruins, addressed to tho rest of his days laboring for the poorer Destroy the Devil." It is not thought the apples are dam stockholders and will prouch ut class, who always found in him a friend Elder Georgo Gowen notifyaged in Casey. Pouches are nearly all ing them not to collect any moro toll; tho Christ iun church here Sunday af- und counsellor. ternoon at .'I o'clock. On the 28th of April, 1S0J, ho mar- killed. Tho wheat prospects in Casey saying that they hud voted free roads Mrs. Uottlo Walls, of McCreary, ried Miss Martha P. Warren, daughter tiro fluttering. Farmers have been and by they meant to have them; visited bur sister, Mrs. A. L. Spoona-mor- of Mr. James II. Warren, and no man busy this week. Very little maize has that their lives and property will pay near here this week. the forfeit, if any of their boys are over had a moro devoted or truer wife, been planted though yet. Tho statement in last week's I. J. hurt. No one was in the house, as of Tennessee, was nor woman n fonder or more thoughtAshley Johnson, hero this week In tho Interest of his ful husband. It Is doubtful if in their that the democratic committee would young James Johnson had been employ mis- cd Hlble College at Kimberlln Heights. to collect toll, only in day light. long life together thoy ever had even a select candidates on the 20th Is a Keeney told your Elder Joo Severance und family havo slight disagreement. She had supreme take Chairman The success with which our people the sympathy of this entire communi- conlldeuce in his wisdom and judgment scribe that he could not glvo tho date, have met heretofore In stock Fairs has ty and tho fondest hopes that he may and he recognized in her u helpmeet but It would be some time this sum Induced our leading citizens and promcorresK)ndcnt of lust week inent stock men from other sections to recover. worthy of his fullest love. They had mer. Your Prank Holtclaw sold .'Ml bushels of six children, two of whom are dead and must have hatched the report himself. raise a stock company and hold anothcultivated hemp seed to Mr. Pulton, of it Is a singular faet that like himself Mr. R. L. Durham, of Green sburg, er this year. The shares have all been Sugar Creek, at "." cents per bushel. they died from home. James, than Is visiting his uncle, J. M. Durham. R. taken and paid for and the Fair will be John Murphy sold his old corn on tho whom a belter boy never lived, was L. Is a nephew of tho Hon. .7. K. Dur- held on tho l5th and 17th of July in Swope farm hero to some Danville pai-tl- killed while in dbehargo of Ills duty ham, the populist politician of the 1th Hudson & Walker's beautiful woodfor $1.10111 tho pen. as mail messenger on the Cincinnati district. When ho was a candidate for land about one mile from town, east of Southern, and Lewis died at Mrs. An- Congress hist fall, Mr. R. L. Durham the Stanford pike. Our people will The Southern Ilapllst convention will nie Duddenir's, when quite young. The showed him his appreciation of his can- strive to maintain their reputation for bo well attended by persons ftom Cen- other children are William, Joseph, didacy by canvassing tho district for hospitality and everybody will be proptral Kentucky elected as delegates from Albert H. and Sam Walton Severance Smith. J. M. Durham is in Louisville erly entertained. Tho valuable premThe and tho churches In tho Hluo Grass. iums given and new features introducthey do full honor to the Christian this week buying goods. Chesapeake & Ohio Uy. has made a mother and father. It was indeed a tho trial of J. A. Butler, charged ed will cause it to bo liberally patron At round trip rate of one fare (which Is moat loving household. He ruled his with forcible detainer by M. Taylor, ized aud well attended. It promises to $10.85 from Lexington) from all stachildren with love and was to 'them tho jury returned a verdict of guilt'. be one of tho most pleasant events of tions, good going May 3iil to 7th Inclu- more like u brother than a father. They An uppcal wus tuken by Butler to the the season. At a meeting of the stocksive and good returning 15 days, with venerated and respected him and de- circuit court. The plaintiff wus insist- holders "Wednesday afternoon J. E. privilege of lfi days further extension lighted to please him In every way and ed bv J. Boylo Stone, of Liberty, und Stormes was elected president and H. of time ut Wilmington, If desired. Two wo do not suppose that a slnglo one of defendunt by M. F. North, of Mt. Sa T. Logan, J. E. Robinlimited vcstlbuled trains leave Lexing- them over gave him the slightest trou-bl- o lem. Butler will still remain in jail son, secretary; Charles Friable, assistton ut ll:2o A. M. und 8:115 i m. dully about his actions. They obeyed until tho action of tho circuit court, ant sec'y; 11. E. McRoberts, treasurer. and urrlve at Wilmington via historic him to tho letter und ho in turn re which will bo hold In August. J. I. Hamilton is general nian,ngor and Richmond and Petersburg at 5:45 i: M. warded them In many loving ways. all tho stockholders aro directors. No other and 9:30 A. M. resieotlvoly. About $.'1,000 worth of premiums will CAI,L ON W. I). WALLIX. In politics Mr. Severance was a demlino Is as rich In scenic, and historical ocrat and an enthusiastic one, though bo givon. OrWe, thu undersigned citizens of Crab points of lntoreat as tho C. & O., us u ho never obtrudsd his views on district, cull on W. D. chard magisterial To The North. The Queen &Cre-ccslnglo glance at its mup will show. n He was un Odd Follow and a Wullln to Im'couic u cundtdato for Routo bus inaugurated a service given oholco of Passengers will bo thli district. Signed: In tho last of which of of observation cars on the famous Blue Lynchburg or Stanton Knight u Honor, routes olthorby James 1. Jones. W. U. Kulley. V. J. Jntuw, Grass Vestibulo between Cincinnati ho held policy of $2,000. A most pubund Charlottavlllo and muy if thoy de- lic spirited mun und loving his town W. A. J. T. ItoberU, J. H. Carson, and Lexington. Free parlor cars and sire, ston off ut Covington, Va.,and vis- - and county, ho did much for tho mate- W. E. Perkins, W. T. Tucker, T. II. Haley, Queen & Crescent Standard vestibulcd daj coaches. Four trains dally to CinIt tho world famous" Virginia Hot rial advancement of both and lllled Curtis Cover, W. O. Hutchinson, W. C. Alex- cinnati with close connections with all ander, W. A. Heuiloy, Scott FarrU, S. D. cheerSprings. Informutlon will bo Queen & Crescent trains a pluco In them that will feel his loss. Wm. M. Doores, Wm. trains north. 17 fully given on receipt of udvlco. Geo. Stanford has never hud a better citi- Orlflln, W. C. Egbert, are without a peer in the South. T. Holdam, J. Holdara, W. T. Manuel, I. 8. W. Barnoy, dlv. puss, ugt., Lexington, zen, considered in every way, than Hurdett. J. E. Jones, F. 3. Gloszl. II. O. Fo- miles shortest line, unequalled train train Bervice. W. C. Rinearson, gen'l Ky. him who has fought tho good fight, ley, Wm. Severance, Jr., J. W. James, pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Stuart, J. Henry Pettus, Ous dleszl, his paper aguin, finished his course and kept tho faith, In remitting for Comfokt. No 6moke, dust or cinSam Hobnail, S. J. Tatum, J. C. Hayes, J. H. Mr. MoWheat, of Mt. Salem, writes: henceforth thero is laid up for him a Stephens, Jamos Roberts, W. L. Hell, L. S. ders on Queen & Crescent Route limited trains South. Rock ballast. Superb I love a thoroughbred democratic pa- crown of righteousness which tho Lord Elder, W. T. Sutton, J. II. Whlto, J. 0. every comfort. Fast time per llko tho INTEHIOK JOUIINAL. If it tho righteous judge shall give. J. D. Pettus, Wm. Schuman, J. T. trains with A happy household has been broken Itlngniuan, Wm. Stuart, J. 11. Ollkerson, It. und tho short line from Cincinnati. cannot havo its way In every thing it always falls in line with tho und tho family is crushed with grief, II. llronaugli, S. A. Mlddleton, Uriah AlTho Washington Loan and Investmajority of tho democratic party and but hope looks beyond this vuloof tears bright, J. A. HIchert, Foutalno Fox ltobbltt, ment Company, Atlanta, Ga., has gone and sees this Christian fumlly reuni Chas. II. Singleton, 11. I). Carter, Isaac Her- never bolts or sells out. into tho receiver's hands. Tho failure m ted at God's right hand, singing tho rln, S. llaker, O. O. Dunnlgan, O. G. Ware, wore drowned songs of tho redeemed. May God bless ' S. Vanderpool, T. It. Pettus, It. L. Collier, is due to tho recent collapse of tho Fifty or moro people Georgia Savings Bank. Tho grand juin Oklahoma by a mighty wave caused them all und give them sweetest conso- , J. F. Maglnnls, J. P. Chandler, II. L. Wells, ry is investigating the failures. M. J. Harris, J. K. Sutton. lation. by a cyclone. ! ' lot Tlieir Fault. Cheap Goods bring Sad Results. Our Children's Is well made, good material and low priced. We handle no cheap goods, but good suits at LOW Prices Our line's at $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 and $4.50 are Strictly. All-Wo- ol r. I ro well-know- n Clothing Men's Suits ) catch-degrad- Har-rUo- j m well-know- - warm-hearte- j , I J Our line at $7.50, $8 and $10 Are equal to suits sold heretofore for $12, $13.50 and $15. Call and examine for yourself. Fine Shirts, make and fit guaranteed. Hats, Shoes & Neckwear, most stylish and nobby goods. tax-payer- s. J. L Middleburq. Casey Frohman & Ky. Co., THE GLOBE, - Danville, court-hous- ?jji CLOSE PBICES I Falls Branch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds so'd lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. Frl-da- at the c. fol- gate-keepe-r, Goal Fron? 7c to 1 11 l-2- o, At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from 30 to 35c per bushel. Outs from 30 to 35c per bushel. Hay, 10 to 00c per 100 pounds. Millet, 5ic per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 lbs. ShipstufF, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 65c per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands. Ca and bee us before buying. I J. H. BAUGHMAN 01O& Son of & CO. m m :. Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfijnas. Model. No. 29.71!). es U. S. TyiOlDEL, DO. 38,353. the greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S son ot the World s Columbian mamplon, mimic. No. 11,007. line, CLArlJK. No. topny young boar-- , ready for service. A fow sliow gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows In overv rospectv with a specialty, for sale. This stock Is strictly pedigrees? Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. 'Vrlte.your wants or come and Klever's Headed by Jl. first-cla- ss te see my hogs. A fuw fresh Jersey Cows for falu. Kggs. SI for lU. Tliov are good ones. ANo Mammoth l'ekln Duck A. K. HUNDLKV. llo 105. Danville. Ky. UnDGRCAKIDG BY vice-presiden- t: Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. .Saddles, J. C. M'CLARY, uny-bod- y. Bridles, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se ?J nt MajU-trntul- Cui-mmi- . STANFORD FEMHLE COLLEGe. WILLIAM SHELTON, The Second Session of President. 1890-97 ,' OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, Vn.fnlllnlnrmallnn loguo. nil nil t Courses 1897-- . Kll-fou- rn Address, MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY. of StUtlV. Terms. &C. Send for Olir N'nw f!nln. Lady Phi.vcipal, Stanford, Ky. THE : Bt,Ut-QRA83 KKRD ter. Thoroughbred Dure: fa; W B0G2, Mjr breeders wero telectrJ from the beat herds of of tli U famous breed of awlneln tevenUSUtea A Bpleudld lot of Ig9 of dltfereut agt for ule. Ured a tpeclnlty Satisfaction guaranteed. , aollcli ted. Address pqude frm. R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 . Mr. Cleveland's whlno that "tho dray than making laws. Tho speaker party placed in power as a result of pounding almost THE INTERIOR JOURNAL earns his salary by he does not get snlnnrttd dnniocratte patriotism has continually for order obligations of the There does not npiwar to be any espe failed to meet tho hardly worthy of is people's trust," though Stanford, Kw, April 30, 1897 cial leader on either side, seems to Hon. him. If an old bird llko himself was wear ' W. P. Thornc, of Henry, chart", ho ought to eat It the honors on the democratic side. caught with without saying a word. "Splendid dem W. P. WALTON. While I was in the House the bill to devil I The consolidate tho olllce of register of tho ocratic patriotism" the democrats" deserve what land olllce with that of secretary of "splendid tho rest Is DEBOE WINS TUK PRIZE. State was passed by a nearly unanimous ' they got, but it a pity that of us have to sutler with thorn. vote and it ought to become a law. It AT TH1J STATE CAPIOTHER PICK-UPhas been a sinecure long enough, J S certain other of our distinguished citizens. All tho same, however, he appears to be a mighty clever man, he Is a most courteous one and looks like ho ought to have had more sense than to have written electioneering letters to Populist Poor, in which he told him that he was with him on many things, especially on the currency question. These letters were sprung too late to have any clTect, if indeed they would ever have had, for it was down to elect him, even if he was proven guilty of hog stealing. Everybody seemed relieved that the agony was over and it is hoped the Legislature will now finish what it was called together to do and adjourn. The election of Dr. Deboe is a decided victory for Gov. Bradley, who is very happy over the result. He will now proceed to dish out the pie and woe is he who brayed at him during the dead lock; not even a smell of it will he ever get. ccr-tutn- Tho evil day, so long delayed, has come at last and for the first time in her history Kentucky has a republican U. S. Senator. Tho only consolation is that it is not Hunter Senator W. J. DoBoe, of was elected at noon Wednesday, receiving 71 votes to Martin l.'l and Blackburn 50, tho hitter's follow ers refusing to vote till they saw there was a quorum, and then doing so upon the call of the absentees. When Gov. Worthington announced the vote there was a good deal of shouting and hat throwing, but it was soon over and the body adjourned, without notifying tho nominee of tho action, but he was on to it and stood in tho lower lobby to receive tho congratulations of his friends. Ho is a splendid sjweimon of physical manhood, but it is said that the amount of gray matter within his big head is as scarce as the capillary substance on the outside, which ho makes the most of by wrapping it over the bald summit of his cranium after the manner of Frankfort, TAL. April 28. Crit-tendo- n, tho proceedings, if it had to bo done. My mission was at the suggestion of Gov. Bradley to procure additional legislation for the proiwsed reformatories and I was successful. Senator Bron-stowho introduced the bill at the last session and procured its passage and Hon. C. C. Spalding, of Marion, who takes great interest in the matter promised to have the needed changes made and all the members I talked with promised to vote for them. Senators Bronston and Goebel are leaders in tho General Assembly and they generally secure what legislation they wish. n, Did I leave my work and come all the The republicans of Warren county, way down here to see Kentucky furth- In convention, decided to nominate a er discredited by tho election of a re- complete ticket. publican to the U. S. Sena'oV Not Judge Cantrlll has decided to entermuch, though I didn't mind watching tain no motion at present to quash those tt POLITICS Indictments for attempted against Hunter et at. of bribery and Knox ly enough to harbor If anybody is the thought or lay the flattering unction to his soul that Gov. Bradley is a dead man politically, he will find upon oven slight investigation that he is the Not only 11 vest corpse in the business. has he not hurt himself among the best men of his party and decent men of all parties by sending Hunter to grass, but he has made himself solid with the best element everywhere. IHs name to an application for pie will be as good for u slice as a cent Is for a ginger cake and thnso. whoso mouths are waterincr had better make a note of it. Though a red hot republican and an Intense partisan, Gov. Bradley is the most democratic governor who has occupied tho executive mansion in many day. Ho keeps open house to his friends of all parties and rich and poor, high and law can always get a hearing from him. The most disgusted statesman with political life that I have enconntered for some time Is Editor J. M. Richardson, of the Glasgow Times. He longs to bo back in his sanctum sanctorum and says if the Lord Is good enough to let him get back and the people will forgive this first offense, he will promise never to ask them for otlice again, Senator E. C. Linney, who graduated from the printer's case and who was one of the noble band that helped to drive Hunter from the State, was especially courteous to me. He Is very proud of the stand he took and Is hilarious over the outcome, tt fool tt tt Though their votes were not necessary to a quorum, the republicans having 71, most of the gold democrats voted to help make it. Baird and Norman, democratic deserters, voted for Deboe who if they have not already had pecuniary reward, will not get it in the shape of pie. Stout, of Anderson, whose constituency gave him such a roast for his traitorous action in going over the Hunter camp, could not sum up the courage to vote for Deboe and had his vote recorded for Martin. The ballot was the 112th of the two sessions and tho (50th of this. The governor made out Deboe's certificate of election and before these lines are read he will be hunting his seat in the Senate. Both the Hunter and the Bradley men claim a victory in the election of Deboe and everybody seems to be pleased, as the fellow said when asked the complaint of the dead man: "No complaint at all,'1 said he, "everybody's satisfied." tt Whitley counties, John M. Tinsloy, has been appointed to the clerkship of the Eddy ville penitentiary. The Paris Kentucklan has a column and a half of candidates' announce- protect turnpike property. ments. There are 18 candidates for Barney SchntT, of Dayton, O., looked tho nomination for assessor. destroyed, down the barrel of a revolver and snap, to be If It were a law to be made, ped tho trigger to see if It was loaded. Instead of was extracted from his the Kentucky Legislature would doubt- The bullet head. His life is In jeopardy. less feel moro at home. C. J. Just as ho was about to be placed In President McKinley Informed an apand his collln, John Waggoner, of plicant that district attornoys Ind., raised up and asked what United States marshals would be perthe crowd around him meant. Ho was out their terms. mitted to serve The Boyle county republicans will hclcd up and is rapidly recovering. Tho Greeks have turned to fighting hold a mass convention at tho court house in Danvillo Saturday afternoon, among themselves and of course TurMay 22d, to nominate candidates for key will wipe her out If the iwwors do county offices. not Interfere. A mob stoned the King's Congressman Lanham, of Texas, palace and demanded his abdication. wants to have tho salaries of all gov- - Train wreckers at Fairbanks, Tex., nrnmont. nMiii?rs reduced .'UU P01' COtlt. caused a derailment which resulted in He must have given up hope of a re- the death of one passenger anil the inelection jury of 1,'i others. Three previous atThe election of a Senator from Ken- tempts had been made at that point tucky makes tho Senate a tie, 44 re- within a year. publicans and 4 opposition, but SenaA sensation was caused at Knoxvillo, tor Kyle will vote with the repub- Tenn., by the bringing of scanda'.ons licans on the tarllT bill, giving them 45 charges against Rev. 1. M. Fitzgerald, votes. a prominent Cumberland Presbyterian Representative Wheeler introduced minister, and a young woman. Rev. a bill in the House at Washington pro Fitzgerald has resigned his pastorate. viding for free and unlimited coinage Two million dollars' damage was done of sliver at the ratio of 10 to 1 and de at Newport News, Va., by tiro which claring dollars so coined to be the unit broke out In the Chesajwako & Ohio of value. railroad company's pier No. 5. Two Samuel .1. Randall, Jr., Is a republi- - large piers, three steamers and a tug can applicant for otlice. Thnt is not the were destroyed. Several oions were only evidence of the degeneracy or the badly hurt. stock in him. He is unlike his father Ground was broken at Cordovn, Ala., in every respect, and not an improve- for the erection of a SOOO.OOO cotton ment in any resect. Dlspateh. mill. Massachusetts millers are the Blackburn inuuen speech leading spirits in the enterprise, and at Frankfort Wednesday nigni, in they have picked this location because which he abused thoso who were re of tho closeness of the cotton supply sponsible for his defeat, and declared and the cheapness of fuel. thathls opponents would before many The flood situation ujkii tho upper moons find him and tho issue "two 01 Mississippi and the lower Missouri has the li vest corpses" ever seen in Ken become grave. Levees have given way tucky polities." at several joint. Thousands of acres toll-gat- o b anti-moLey-mou- Col. Jcsio E. Peyton, tho "Father of Expositions" and close friend of Ilonry Clay, died at lladdonlleld, N. J. Six people were burned to death in a fire in Now York. A mother tried to save her two children by throwing them from u window, but they were dashed to death. The executive committee of the Ken tucky Press Association decided to hold the next meeting of the association June 17 and 18. Tho meeting will bo at Middlesboro. Miss Gertrude Lucas, of Fredonla, who wus run over by an L. ft N. train, several mouths ago, and had an arm and leg cut olT, has brought suit for $25,000 damages. N. Burruss, Son & Co., of Norfolk, Va., one of the most prominent banking firms of tho South, has assigned. Tho liabilities uro about $."110,000, with $400,1X50 uvalhiblo assets. Two toll gates In Mason county were destroyed by turnpiku raiders Monday night. The Hath county fiscal court has decided to employ armed guards to Na TH E'Sa' Louisville Store IS KFTER THE PEOPLE OF. LINCOLN COUNTY. Who work with both their head and hands. Hnsine and nothing but btulneH is the story of With now and fresh g ods coining in mid going out In grout quantities every day tho to-da- Prices Are Within Your Reach Would you have a GOOD thing nt ! mighty little? more than nrt cost of a poor thing? Wo Have It. cot you lo.s than Would you buy Von's and Hoys' Clothing thnt are better and you can buy them elsewhere: Wo HaVO Thom. Would you hnvo Shoes which hut longer und which are cheaper than you enn buy them cbewhere? Wo HaVO Thom. Would you buy nt hard-paprices Dry Goods and Notions way down as low m you can for the U'st there Is, or cm be? Olir PrlcO. rock-bottom I That's Would you buy direct from tho importers? Wo Aro Your Mon. r. Would you order a Suit of Clothes or a pair, of I'ants for less money thnn you can buy ready made goods fotV Then CIVO Us An Ordor. Would you save a dollar if you could? Thon Buy Of Us. ued to ndvan Would you have goods you can swear by, guaranteed, and nlwajs tngo? Our Goods. That's Wo will guarnntee everything. Wo sell to pirate you Give u a trial. You can have your money back if you are not satisfied. We want your trade because we can give you the goods you want. Wo will go nine tenth of the way to meul you. WILL YOU GO the OTHER 10th ? It's business cure. too. wo are after, and so are yo.i. Our good are the best money can pro We know it; wo can prove it. Give in a chance and we'll make you know! THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UKHANSKY A CO , I'Boriiiirroiis T. I). 1UNKY, Manaokii. Paris, Carllxle, Ml. Sterling, Ilardstown, LnwnMwburg. f'ynthiana, Versatile, nence, Georgetown, Kliiabcthtown. Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. Emi- Ex-Senat- or MILLET SEED Two rse .scconrf-luu- ul Forty-on- e persons were killed by hall Except Chief Justice Lewis, who has stones during a storm In Mexico. a distinguished and military bearing, A New Jersey man died while prayand Judge Painter's mammoth mous- ing at the side of his son's grave. tache, tho court of appeals is not an Theodore Havemeyer, the big sugar imposing atTair. Judge Burnam Is a refiner, Is dead In New York City. good looking man, but he wears a sort J. C. Cantrlll & Co's. store at Georgeexof town burned causing a loss of 820,000. pression. Senator Lindsay was making Theodore Havemeyer, vice president a powerful speech against the injus- of the sugar trust, died In New York. tice of the Marion circuit court in finThe law department of the Universi ing the L. & N. for discriminating ty of Louisville will turn 112 young lawabout Guthrie. against Lebanon in freight rates, when yers out on tho public Never but once In the history of the looked in upon the layout, but it I tt An infant son oi John Ilillard fell inJoo Blackburn went down with his seemed as pearls cast before swine. A to a pan of boiling water In Anderson world and never before In the history of tho United States has such a tribute colors Hying. No man ever had a more prominent republican said to me that county und was fatally scalded. bench equal been paid to the noble dead as when at faithful following and no set of men "there isn't a man on the An Indiana man has Issued a chal- New York Tuesday, with wonderous in legal ability." ever had a better leader. His fight to to your circuit judge Dr. Tanner against all pageant by land and sea, tho nation succeed himself was the irost remark- And yet the court sometimes tells our lenge backing comers for $10,000 In a fasting contest. dedicated the tomb that now holds the . able in the history of politics. Though man that he Is wrong. A movement to drive saloons out of body of Gen. U.S. Grant. More than tt he was dealt a bad hand by the gold if I was tho residence portion of the city has a million people participated. PresiI am not a betting man, but democrats; he played his cards with mindent McKinley and other distinguished consummate skill and only quit when I wouldn't want anything better than been undertaken by Indianapolis men delivered addresses. was thrown. Those who to give odds of two to one that John isters. the last one Thomas Ballard, of Anderson county, but for his selfishness he W. Yerkes will be collector of this disclaim that p might have elected Martin to the Sen- trict and Gen. Dan R. Collier surveyor will fight for the Eight district In opposition to Yerkes, but he signs ate, are ignorant of the facts. At no of the port at Louisville. All the The House defeated the bill to pertime were tho bolting republicans in. point that way and a great many peo- will gnaw a file. dyna- mit convicts to testify. While trying to kill fish with earnest about voting for Martin and at ple all over the State will rejoice in The Senate has passed a resolution mite near Hlndman, John Jones was no time could Blackburn have taken their selection. Injured and Mort Hull's ta adjourn May 8th and It Is hoped that perhaps fatally tt his solid strength to him. Senator tho House will concur. The State house square is now in all arm was blown otl. Blackburn has fought a good fight, but Tho bill to cut down the asylum per Benjamin E. Varnon, the last loveliness. ho has not finished his course and he the beauty of spring time a military capita from $150 to $1.'15, passed tho of the Bourbon Grays, will cut and come again as certain as The lawn Is carpeted in velvety green 1840, is Senate unanimously. is Joe. and the trees are Hutlleiently in leaf to company organized in Paris in his name The Kentucky House passed the bill place. hide tho hideous old capltol, which in dead at that Wilcher, of Bellevuc, O., limiting magistrates and police judges Thomas There was a terrific jam in the hall its tumble down condition is a dishonor to $2 a day for holding examining during tho joint balloting, but thanks to tho great State of Kentucky, but took an overdose of morphlno and came gave courts. to Hon. B. B. King, whom all the mem it is likely to remain so till the ur near dying because his sweetheart The Kentucky House passed a bill bers speak highly of, I had a comfort-- 1 rival of general prosperity and an in- - her other fellow a bouquet. of Graves which requires employers of more than Cosby und wife, James able scat, which I divided with that crease in tho tax rate. Speak Ing of 10 men to pay them In lawful money as arch republican fiend, Editor John L. taxes, tho House and Senate are at log- - county, were poisoned byeatlng canned The husband died and often as every Wvo weeks. fortax-a- n blackberries. Bosley, of the Paris Reporter, who is gerheads on tho rate to bo fixed The Houso has at lust passed tho an- Beautiful women ation. The former put It at 52 and the wife Is at death's door. raider bill almost complete-J- ., Grove, N. A man and wife at Ocean were out in full force and among them the latter cut it down five cents and planned to die together. Tho man1 ly eviscerated and rendered worthless. the pretty face of Miss Jennie Warren, there is a possibility that the present killed himself, but failed to shoot his It provides tor a punisntneni oi irom of Stanford, shone resplendent. She rate will continue, one to five vcars in the penitentiary for wife according to agreement. tt ' and Secretary of State Charles Finley every raider convicted, with a liability Stanford people will be glad to hear r',,nt Knol fJulnes. of Frankfort, has occupied scats on the fioor, but she did Collier to for tho property destroyed. not seem to be as enthusiastic over the ' that Editor A. R. Dyche. of the board been appointed by Adj. Gen. State militia, and will result as her escort. Miss vJerinie ' bf equalization, told me that a rcduc reorganize the Inspection about May Ij Spring mee ing of the Lexington guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. tlon of tho increase of valuation of begin a tour of i tho cei, May .M0, li faro round trip via An electric car was thrown from tho O. Bradley, and her elegant manners town lot i will be made, but the country - the Queen & Crescent Route from all and iunyand winsome ways malje her a great people will continue to give the board track In Portland, Oregon, " sticking to the in ed into a slough zo loot oeiow. tour low Hail Columbia for favorite at tho capital rates will bo in elTect dally during injured. persons were drowned and 15 ... - . W. P. W. on lands. crease tt Aulr lflll ..1ti rtrkrtttn full ixrnnt text tuu Three men were Instantly KUieU in a ",u Though it had taken two whacks at parucum.- Mayor Todd, of Louisville, could ..iilalnn on tho Florida Central and tho State treasury, I had not until toTampa, Fla. Incompakaum:. Tho service on the day seen tho Legislature in action. It not elect Hunter Senator, nor got the Peninsular railroad at con rwitntnntfnn hlmwnlf Lift. hf hnFIHiw.ipful. One was John Forepaugh, the circus Queen ft Crescent fast trains South ia a fearfully and wonuernilly Through Pullman drawing room sleepstructed body, many of whom show that ed in a more important undertaking, man. vestibuled The lieaver County, Okla., Slgna-l- n ers. Standard smoking duy coaches a tough constituency if they .The woman he asked to become his they have and Elerooms.) up a recent funeral, thought (lavatories parlor and writing are representative citizens. The House wife agreed to do so and tho marriage observation care. gant cafe, T.1n..l especially seems to be composed large- - was consumated at St. Louis Wednes-l- y fully remarked that "tho corpse, taste fhiiitHtir.f.Min linniii fl tirtl t w i would day. The bride is an heiress and her fully arrayed in white, lay quletly in da or to New Orleans, W. C. Rinkau-soof tho wildest of horses, that gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. tho coilin." be much more at home in the plow or name was Miss Laura Durkee. or-son- s, to-daX tt News Briefly Told of farm lands In Missouri and Illinois are under water. Several lives have been lost, and there has been heavy loss of stock and crops. Both streams continue to rise. Guthrie, Okla., and tho country for miles around were visited by a cloudburst which destroyed property worth a million or moro dollars and caused a heavy loss of life. Twenty-eigh- t mostly Negroes, are known to have perished, hut the list of victims is probubly much larger, as reports have not yet been received from the section CORN PLANTERS And a lot of secoml-luu- ?lc B. K. WEAREIM & SON. ul SU PPVS 0l PAINT. BBtT.PADY LEAD. Ileyoml doubt we have the be it Heady-mixed Paint on .lie 0IL$, VARni$F)6$, (0L0R$, At lowest Cash Price?. CRAIG&, HOCKER, FOOT WEAR. -- collec-torshl- The Legislature, OLTK STOCK' OF- - Gouts' SHOES and Ladies' Comprises tho latest styles, colori and toes used, beautiful and sec them. SLIPPERS In sur-viv- ot litdc and 'iapo. -- Call tt H. The J. McROBERTS, ! j Buckeye Churn Makes hard work easy. You can get more butter. You wash, salt and work tho but- tcrboforc taking it out of tho churn, I Will Sell You One on Mm L Miiitat, ... Trial. . I U 'Urn If Call 1"" --- It will pay for itself in few weoks. and sec it. J kr I -- -" j.. -.. -1 The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. J 1 1 Most Complcto and Convonlcnt Freezer over offered In Stanford. Kcquitcs less labor less timo rnd less ice than any freezer, only requiring fiom uno to two minutes to freeze cream, Wo guarantco them to do all we claim and they are sdd on trial. Ojuio and bco for yourself.Try one, Very respectfully, x n, HEGGINS M'KINNEY. - ,. r A mijAHtJt .jU& r vr"i" iArv pv rmr" r Uklts to close out cheap. Dunks. ftAKUKN IIooh, llakos and Wurrun & Shaiika'. injimw innwyjiwy . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' Stanford, Ky., April 30, 1897 Forks nt Tub Knights of Pythias hero have R decided not to add tho Uniform Hank and there will be no display of tower (.'. Wai.to.v, Biuis'iss Maxaokk. ing plumes and brass buttons. 'f i, 1' n Wovrn wire ami oak picket fence, lO W2 Alahasti.n'K, the uriMit wall llnish, the most economical fence on tho marIs made in l.'l different colors. 33&SK2 Kvury am selling It at about cost of Tin: Stanford olllco of the Singer crat. color ia in Htock now at Penny's Drug ket. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Store Sowing Machine Co., will close B. G. Fox sold to Lewis it Hargis, of and It la more than likely that Mana- Atlanta, three head of horses at $75 to Fkm Little Jonephlne, daughter of PERSONALS. W. Perrln will get a good pro- $115. He also sold to same parties, for Mr. and Mrs. . I. I). Paxton, fell from ger J. motion. W. C. Hogers, of Lebanon, live horses MR. V.. W. SMITH wont to London tho back porch of their residence WedSPECIAL SALE OF- nesday and was painfully hurt. ycHtcrduy. MR. W. II. Traylor tella us that he for $450. Tliis firm bought 18 head of horses at Fox's stable during the past .1. H. C'ooic, of Ltiwronceburg, watt Hon Morbi.and aaks us to say that will not run his distillery this year. week at from $05 to $1110. Arthur W. & heru Tuesday. He has about fi.OJO barrels of whisky on he and Charley Green have dissolved Mr. J. G. Frith, of Hrodhuud, was partnership and hand and wants to clean up a little be- 2:11 J. Is going good and Is in lino shape that he ia now by him- fore he makes any more. Tom Yeager wIlLtake him through tho here Tuesday. Just Think for one moment nnd go to WITHERS' nnd price the self in the laundry business, representGrand Circuit. Advocate. MRS. H. X. Koi.u:u spent heveral ing tho old Troy, of Dayton, O. FltiHT. Shady Wilder and George days in Louisville. Bailey, n Negro, had a light in a corn RELIGIOUS. Mihh Kmvi.knk Ai.KXAN'nr.Rwent to Thouoh children seem to bo coming Held on Kmbry's farm yesterday Htirgiu yesterday. every day, It. M. Nuwlnnd finds that when S. J. Itev. Dr. E. L. Powell closed his In the latter cut Mrs. S. .). Kmiiuy has been quite there are fewer of the school age hero Wllder's head with aan ugly gash First Christian church Louisville, reborn planter. sick for heveral days. than last year, there being only .'111 vival with 52 conversions. And the Like. The Prices have never been so Low in the history of time. Mrs. V. IJ. Dii.uon returned to now to .'127 then. There are 110 boyB Spring weather and etherial mildItcv. J. O. A. Vaught, of Versailles, Livingston Wednesday. 102 girls. ness httvo prevailed for several days and closed a meeting at Catlcttsburg Methand MRS. .Ja.MKH II. YKAORR visited vegetation has had a hustling move on odise church with 30 additions. d Grand rATHKR.SheritrT. D. friends in Danville this week. Itself, but It will get a set buck if the Elder J. T. Sharrard will preach nt Is now a grandfather and he lwara Mrs. Joski'ii Sp.vkranck, Jr., arsignal service is right in saying that Christian church Sunday morning nnd tho honors like a veteran. Ilia daugh- after showers rived from Memphis Tuesday. it will be decid- night; morning subject, "Immortality, , M. R Huns' la assisting Mis. ter, Mra. S. W. Duncan, of Pendleton-villeMrs. edly colder Friday. or After Death What?;" night, "A Texas, has just presented her Kate Dudderar during the busy season. l Three-Fol- d Proof of Inspiration." Old Oni:. Mr. Simeon It. Cook has J. Thomas Tkrrv is back from a husband with a pretty little daughter. The meeting at Halls Gap church m a water pitcher which has been In convisit to his sister in New Albany, Ind. continues to grow in interest. IlKTTBR. Mrs. Alice Newland sends Revs. 11 f years. It Is of stonestant uso for JONRS llAUOHMAN, of HustonviUc, ua word from Crab Orchnrd that the ware, handsomely decorated and has a Giinstead and Davidson preach altersont several days with Harry llatigh-ma- sick, Col. John Buchanan, Asher Har- silver top which glitters like a new nately and a number of confessions and On my Entire Stock of now sanctifications are reported. ris and Miss Leah Steger, arc all betMrs. J. W. Haucihman is Visiting ter. The latter, it is claimed, has been silver dollar. It formerly belonged to Hov. W. Itaney, of the Theological his father who bought it In his early her brother, Mr. I. M. Dunn, In fiar-rar- healed by faith. Seminary of Danville, will lend the youth. Christian Endeavor exercises at Mt. Soi'd. Mv. p. HowOld Factory MR. Hoi'l'KR, the Danville jeweler, A largo assortment of Paper for 'ft cents nnd many pretty patOdd Fellows' celebration of the Xenla at 4 i. ji. Sunday. You are corTin: was hero yesterday getting rates for ell, who owns the old factory building TSth anniversary of tho order proved dially Invited to be present. terns and machinery, once tho pride of Stanadvertising. In response to Bro. Grlnstend's reboth pleasant and profitable, Judge Mrs. Jam: Hallkw, of Garrard, is ford, has disposed of them to Mr. .las. Milton J. Durham's excellent address mark of surprise that the Buptists with her sister, Mrs. Kllza Lackey, at II. Carter for about $00f who Is unde- giving the people a better insight into should be so afraid of water as to let Call and .oo samples. Everything at selling prices. cided what d!sjosition he will make of Mr. John W. Hout's. the workings of the noble order than Sunday night's rain prevent them from MR. W. W. LYON and wife of the his purchac. they had over had before. It dispenses going to church, Bro. Crouch says It Is West Knd spent several days at her old IlL'KT. Little Nellie Karp was pain- more charity than nny of the secret so- only when sprinkled or poured that DKUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. homo near Ivirksvtlle. fully hurt Wednesday by falling from cieties, having since lS.'tO paid to the they are afraid of it. t'OI.. J. A. IMCICKTT, of Finehvllle. a baby buggy. Sunday wns the 25th anniversary of Her little brother, widows and orphans and for sick and arrived yesterday to attend the burial Kvorott, accidentally pitched the buggy other benellts, .?7i,28b,70.t. Its total the inauguration of Dr. E. M. Green as of Mr. Joe Severance. from the porch and she struck the brick membership Is now TTll.USo, while the pastor of tho First Presbyterian church Miss Florkncj: Myi:rs, who Is at- pavement face foremost, cutting an ug- Daughters of Bebeccah number 2tUJ,04:i- of Danville. Of tho 107 members on tending college al Richmond, is send- ly gash in hur nose. The Liberty song by a score of ladies the roll when he began, only 03 remain, ing u few days at "Castlo Cobb." and gentlemen was rendered in a live- 83 of them having been removed by A TRAMI printer who was hero Tues- ly manner, while Itobcrt Harding Wa Dr. David Ukian. of Hoyle, and Mr. death. The congregation now numbers Stephen Gray, of Lebanon, are thollrst day told us that he had applied at 111 ters, Stanford's favorite orator, as he upwurd of .'100. During the 25 years Our Stock of Paint, Oils and "Varnishes is Complete to register nt Crab Orchard Springs printing otllces during tho past three was introduced by Chairman J. T. the congregation has nearly rebuilt the this season. months and that he had only gotten Sharrard, added another laurel to his church, contributed $42,000 to benevo- and our Cait. John IIknky and family and two days' work. He left hero for tho brow by delivering an appropriate ora- lent purees, and paid out nearly 0 Miss Lilllas Huchauan, of Knoxvllle, Nashville KxMsition where he was tion. Mr. A. C. Sine's recital of the In congregational expenses and paso visiting at Mr. W. V. Abraham's sure he would tind employment of some in which a man violates his vow tor's salary. loom In the foist Knd. kind. And the Quality is the "Very Best. and oxiKMos the secrets of the order to The eighth district conventlon.Chris-tia- n MKSDAMKS ALKX Dkn.SY, of Garfind it Endeavor Society of Kentucky, Sauf-le- y his wife and awakes delighted to To TUB Kx. Mra. Judge M. C. rard, and Martha Grimes, of the has sent to the Naslivllle Kxioal-tio- n all a dream was exceedingly good and which was held nt Hustonvllle, elected Kast Knd, sent several days with Hon. a pair of solid silver candle snuf- won much applause. Miss Mershon the following officers for the ensuing and Mrs. G. A. Lackey. was too hoarse to sing, but Mies Cow-en- year: President, C. II. Ferran, DanIs doubly guaranteed at Dr. K. J. Hrown, of Ml. Vernon, has fers that have been In her family for solo was so much enjoyed that she ville; Vice President, Meredith E. over 100 years. They are wonderfully rented A. T. and J. It. Nunnelloy's reswas forced to resjxmd to an encore, Prultt, Hustonvllle; Corresiondlng idence on Lancaster street and will well preserved considering the fact when she sang In sweetest efTect, "My Secretary, Miss Nannie Caldwell, Danthat they did service for move down about May flh. Old Kentucky Home." Col. T. P. Hill's ville; Recording Secretary and TreasON account of the death of Mr. Jos- of a century. introduction of Judge Durham was in urer, Charles Christcnsen, Danville; C. Shanks did eph Severance, Mrs. If Luclen Lasley succeeds in arousing Ills best vein and Mr. Sharrard's occas- Directors, Mrs. W. L. Pearce. Kings-villnot entertain the "Economical Club' Danville people with his aanclillcatlon ional remarks were pointed and witty. Elijah Beazley, Stan ford; Walker yesterday afternoon as she had Intend- business, ho will surprise tho natives It was 10 o'clock when Hev. J. B. Hunn, Shelby City: Mrs. J. F. Gover, ed. here. Old Jack Thompson used to say Crouch pronounced the benediction and Turnersville; Miss Emma Buster, Bur-giKkv. J. S. KKNDRICK and Prof. W. very irreverently that there were but tho crowd dispersed with feelings of Miss Sallle Yankey, Perryville; O. Grlnatead, of Danville, were here two classes In Danville, one who thought largely increased admiration of the or- Miss Amah Cummings, Bethal: J. II. this week. We are glnd to know that themselves us good as Jesus Christ, tho der, which so fully Inculcates the prin- Allen, Harrodsburg. The convention j&$ To get a Dress and Skirt Pattern at n small price. We offer a line of tho former will preach hero soon by other who thought themselves better. ciples of Friendship, Love and Truth. will probably bo held at Perryville next ?vt Dress Goods Vl3 exchange of pulpit with Hro. Shar-rartyear. A notable action of the convenTin: Advocate says that the sound FARM AND TRADE, tion wns a resolution to forward a carF. P. Comhkst, of Casey, was money democrats of Boylo will fuse Hon. load of grain to the sufferers from the one of the Interested spectators at the with the republicans. Of course they Sam M. Holmes Is putting in 150 famine in India. election of a U. S. Senator. Mr. Corn-be- will. A sore democrat who has tried acres of corn. to run things and couldn't have everyIs a mighty good friend of the J. M. Itoberts sold 20 calves at $10 at Near Mt. Sterling 240 largo walnut Wlcu contains plain Serges, Cheviots, Novelties, &c , &c. This Kti Is a red thing his way would even fuse with his Lancaster Monday. JOCRNAI., even If ho logs sold for $25 each. When shipped is nnicJi IcisS than cost on some of them, but to give a good selection vrc )& mother-in-laIf ho thought ho could hot republican. Carroll Hold's Balk Lino won his they filled seven cars. P?ofler tbe entire line at tho abovo low price. accomplish the defeat of the party that race at New port Tuesday. wouldu't knuckle to his whims. In T. J. Hill lost two yearling steers HOME NEWS, D. A. BAUGH about nine cases out of 10 a sore demo- from eating clover this week. Is it camllil.'ito for of Lincrat helps tho party ho tries to bury. ?KV. ClubColToo only, ut Hlgglns M. S. it J. W. Baughman sold to J. coln county, subject to tliu action of tlio MeKInney's. ilt'iiHK'rutlc party. Party. George Ellis and Barnes II Yeager a family horse for i?7."i. ia looking unusually well The wheat f5S Sr.KD Potatoes, Onion Sets at War- Wearen attended a delightful party Ono hundred Indian Baskets now on salo at our store. They aie s section. given by Miss Belle Bogle at Huston-vlll- o all through tho beautiful and cheap. Come and see them. ren Shanks'. : tf,i M. S. it J. W. Baughman bought of Tuesday evening in honor of tho C". Sa.mpi.i: lot of lap dusters at whole- following visiting young Tlio stockholders of tho t'nreiitvr Staladles: Miss- Dr. J. K. VanArsdale a gelding for Culton it McCluro sold to Bradford, tion, llustonvlliu and Moreland Station sale cost. Hlgglns it McKinney. es Maud Moore and Pearl Johnson, of turnpike are roomMed to meet at the p of Madison, a bunch of calves at $10.-fiHotel In lliistouvllle on Saturday afCAM. nnd sco tho hew Oil and Gaso- Danville, and Lena Thurman, of fJ2 ternoon ut 2 o'clock Mnv 13, ls'JT, for the 3 Dancing was engaged in, MeKInney's. e tlio ensuing line stoves at Higglna Complete and prices right. Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Carpets, Dry : Highest market price paid for wool. purpo-- of electing directors for President. J. K. HAUGIIMAN, ear. a delightful lunch was served and nothGoods, Notions. Kxi'KRT prescription work done at ing was left undone that would add to Call at Warren it Shanks' for sacks. m Craig Hooker's at tho lowest cash the pleasure of those who were fortu- Win. Moreland. -Thompson Bros, sold in Garrard a Cprice. nate enough to be present. of cows at 2!c, a bunch of heifers at lot MKS. U. D.SIMPSON, Pror. s J. C. McCl.ARY, the undertaker, sold David A. Bait.h, familiarly known Ho and a few yearlings at 812. K3E aSStMTJJK-Hros., of Somerset, one of KSBBiasfia to Glrdler : Kentucky, Tho wool men of this section will Lancaster, as "Doc," announces himself for reprehis handsome hearsed and sent it down sentative in this issuo. Ho comes from tncel at Harrodsburg Monday and set yesterday. a democratic family, his father, Joseph tho price for tho present season. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid G. A. Swlnebroad sold in the last table. Everything Porters war has sent shirts down Baugh, and John Young being tho onA LAUNDRY 89 10 stock cattle at tie to 4c and meet all trains fionnd collars down to 10c a dozen In ly democrats In the Highland precinct few days to bought a lot of stockers ut2e to 2!c. Louisville, but Stanford has got no at tho close of tho war. Mr. Baugh McCluro & Napier sold at Lancaster caat Ills llrst vote for Hon. G. A. Lack-o- y benefit of It. We have addod a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock of General and lias since been a worker In the Monday somo steers at J?2;i."f, milk Kentucklan notes a sale of democratic ranks. Ho claims that if cows at $20, dry cows at $17 and several Will sell my lar'e Poland China Iwar. Na- Merchandise nnd are now prepared to Tho Paris which I purchased illiect poleon. No. hogaatSJc. Prosperity has evidently given the nomination ho will secure heifers at $15. splendid breeder and has from Wisconsin; J. II. Baughman it Co., bought in the frumo to bold a 1,000 pounds. Also a few struck Bourbon, orposslbly "Old Bour- many votes from tho republican party of wheat at 90c. tboronghbied 1. ('. slioats, IhUIi soxes, and bon" has struck Craddock, Which ? and will win as sure as tho election day Winchester a " suit to a wedding outfit. which If They also bought of Silas Anderson rady to wean, of Mav. will go at S:i a taken Any thing you want from an every-dacomes. " Will buv good, before tlio Sth Our stock of Tin: republicans will nominuto Mr. 200 barrels of corn at $1.50. HF.It.MAN IHS'L'ELI, fresh Cow. Ottenlielm, Ky. A Washington correspondent, eviT. J. Culton, present city attorney of O. P. HutTmun bought of J. II. BaughCrab Orchard, for county attorney. He dently hard up for news sends, out tho man some hoga at ."lie; and a lot of Is a very clover gentleman and will no following: "Congressman Davison, who butcher stuff of Hev. Joseph Ballon PIANOS AND ORGANS. Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Quecnswaro, Sc was novor more complete. Is a great lover of children, was quite and Dr. Hugh Held at 2J and lie. doubt poll his party's strength. . conspicuous at tho children's Easter Cuino to our stublo a young work Decker Hros. Pianos, 6k on at Crab A cOKKBi: war has been Unities liioV. Pianos, White grounds. n. Bastin tolls ua that Festival on tho "dago',' Housea hand or mule. Owner can got by proving propEllington Pianos, Orchard and A. Ho employed a with erty and paying for this notice and tho I). II. Baldwin Pianos, ho knocked the bottom out of It by of- gan to accompany him. Over 5,000 keep. M. S. Fischer Pianos, &c. it J. W. Baughman. fering two packages of Arbucklo'a for children followed tho judge und tho J. A. Allen sold to Parrish it Doug- Kstey Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Makes. 2jo. Flvo montha ugo it was selling at dago around until tho festival was near- las 200 barrels of corn at $1.50. W. W. See my Goods and Get Mv Prices Heforo vou r . 2.")0 a package. jusl imagine tho groat Pigg sold to II. C. Allen, of George- lluy. 10 W. T. Wllltn, Crab Orchard. iy over." f Blain, school superin statesman playing tho rolo of monkey town, six Aberdeen Polled Angus cows Miss Kati: tendent, hands ua tho following: Ex for u.dago organ grinder. Good Lord and calves for $500. ltlchmond Climax. F. Reid has made tho following sales aminations for white teachers win 00 deliver us. Thoso who heard the gray IsJ Receiving his- Bpcak during tho laatcampaign recently: Four Golddust llllles, threo I can now supply tho people with I'resh hold on tho third Fridays and Satur- gelding from $00 to $150; four Candy of many varieties und Miperlnr exceldays In May, Juno. July and August. can best appreciate how well ho is to lency every day. I am making It tho colored, tho fourth Fri- equipped to tako the placo of one of Polund China gilts for $50; ono Jersey and guarantee satisfaction. Glvo mo myself Those for a cull. amusing little creatures. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. J. A. STEPHENSON, Stanford. and Shorthorn bull for $70; nine car days and Saturdays of the same montbB. those m 1 Oaruk.v kinds in bulk loads of hay at 50 to 55c; 40 and packaged nt Warren & Shanks'. hogs at ajc. Mr. Held refused $:I50 for a pair of his Golddust fillies. Lost, plush capo between Itowlnml There were 250 cattle on the Winand Preachersville. Finder please rechester market, best 1,200 pound steers turn to this olllce and get reward. "bringing 41, tho highest price of the Lincoln county will be entitled to day except a lot of first class yearlings eight votes In tho Frankfort conven- which were sold by the head bringing tion Juno 2, but we have heard of no at least 4J cts. Heifers went at 2! to Hi cts. milch cows $20 to $."15. Some B'.ops to name delegates. smooth oxen, l,OQ0 lbs, .'! cts. Demo seeds of nil 170-pou- METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, SIDING, ( b m A. C.S1H&, CEILING, ( w STANFORD, Ky. rn FINISH. to-da- y Farm and Yard Fence. m Indian BasKets Hampers, Saturday. m Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Withers Pays The Freight. W. IV. r New-lan- mmmmmmmm. Reduced nt WITHERS, STANFORD. Prices n. d. Wall Paper At 5 I Cents a. Bolt. I W. B. MoBOBEETS. jsssttaMPggtMsM - PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. $00,-00- a-- PRICES ARE VERY LOW MASTIC::MIXED PENNY'S DRUG STORE. PAINT 's three-quarte- rs e. n; I A FINE OPPORTUNITY 1 ii l. st At 25 Cents, w - Iti'pre-cntiitl- vo Something New. Other Lines t blue-gras- Turnpike Election. Ven-doi- 1 g. t m Mason Hotel I $SEVERANCE first-clas- s. A SOV.i- 'GsmmMtm mmwm y, For Sale. M.V-'- car-lou- d Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. " Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, FARRfS HARDIN, H. C. RUPLEY, 11 1 THEMERGfMT TAILOR -- CANDY KITCHEN. four-years-ol- d, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. - V - r -(- - - I f ") 5Vt t Ire Note-N- SQUIKE I1A1LEY DOWNS JUDGE '! I of Saulley, and Saulley was employed to defend him. On the day set for trial QUEEN & CRESCENT. in the judge went out to a school-hous- e pass Juuctton City as follows: Train the country and found Justice Bailey 3 RS ,, m 2 No. J.South .... 12 02lp m No. 4 North 3 15am perusing the General Statutes nnd a ' UOl'JllU No 3 " ' II9PIU dozen farmers sitting around, who had lMlam " C " No 6 " 6 00am No. 9 " ...... J!lm "10 been summoned for jurymen. After 9 and 10 run no further tliau Juncos. waiting a reasonable time, Saulley arose tion City. All tnlns stop there. and moved the court to dismiss the case RY. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI for want of prosecution, there being no VIA GEORGETOWN. county attorney present to represent the M V' p. Jl. A. M. Commonwealth. Justice Bailey overLve. Somerset, Arl2M 35' 2.00 2 ' Jet. City. 820 " "31 IIS G30 ruled the motion and notified the judge Lv 9 33 Arr Georgetown, 4 50 3 00 30 " Frankfort, 1155 7 20 that the Commonwealth could always o 5 30 get justice in his court, that was a mat8 40 Arr I'arls 5 10 mi.ycirePtSudarnnKicuvol,A ter he would see to himself, and asked the judge if he was ready for the defendant. Upon being answered in tho afllrmativc, the justice proceeded to swear the jury, when the judge objected to one of the men, because as lie stated he was not friendly with his client. His objection was overruled, the justice stating that he had seen the juryman and defendant in conversation that morning. The jury was then sworn, Justice Bailey Introduced tho witnesses for the Commonwealth, when he examined in chief himself and turned over to the judge for When tho Commonwealth was through Saulley Introduced the witnesses for the defendant, all of whom were by Justleo Bailey, who instructed the jury that the offense having been fully proven, It was their duty Absolutely Pure. to lind the defendant guilty and fix his Celebrated for it great leavening strength and bealthfulneas. Assure the food against alum and punishment at the fine prescribed by all forms of (adulteration so common In the cheap the General Statutes. Saulley made an brands. Koyai, Oaki.vq Powder Co., New 'tore. argument for the defendant and then Justice Bailey made an argument for the Commonwealth for about 30 minutes, In which he urged the jury to fix the punishment at tho highest sum. In a very few minutes the jury returned a verdict of guilty and fixed tho punishment at a tine of 810 and costs. Upon his return to town, the judge complain: : Ky. ed greatly of his friend, Justice Bailey, Office on Lancaster street at Itesidcnce. but tho members of the bar laughed and told him that Bailey would never have favorites In his court and the Commonwealth, whose commission ho JJurgeoc held, would always have a representaDentist, Stanford, Ky. T. V. Hill tolls this nmuslnjr In cident on Judge M. C. Siuilley: rrliayo While Jumes li. McCreary was govrials ernor h vacancy occurred in the ollloo of justice of peace in the Turncrsville A.r a pick. YJ5A.rt precinct and the judge interested him-becharged. NOEL & SON, 3- - When not op.ild SS.wO will le and procured the appointment of John Uniley to till the place. Bailey IN had been with the judge in the ConfedI, tl Corn and Uny, II. tt-yerate army where they lmd been great Order Office and Toed Exchange, near the ltallroad Crossing, Depot tjtreet, friends and chums, and he naturally ' - expected that by procuring Bailey 'a Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. PIME J. 11. Hlgglus'. Coal Yard, Mill lie would have a friend nt Satisfaction guaranteed. Bailey was u country-raise- d court. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. boy, who had never read a page of law ! Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 . w. Hndjrcturns at In his life, and seldom if ever witnessp. m. at 4:30 All teronsdeslrlrij Ixcust ed a trial, but he was a man of strong post and railing or wire fencePosts for plank fence, can find what they KNOXVILU DIVISION. deter- want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike conviction, brusque, honest and I lo leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford All hand asunnlvof idaiik for fencing S mined, formed his own opinions and go4 Train going North purposes; also boards kinds of lumber forbiilldln South Uo.lt" WPja held to them with great tenacity. It and shingles. All persons iH'siriing any article of No SI " so happened that in a few days after his this kind can call ou me at my store near Cedar 32 W. SIMtl.f.lU.t. For all 1'oltita. apj)olntment, Bailey was called upon to Creek. In a case for a THKO'JOII TICKETS SOLD. preside In the country Tho Combined Saddle and Harness Stallion, HACKAUK CHECKED TIIHOUGH. breach of the peace against a very Inenquire o( For any Information fluential farmer, who was a warm friend Agent, Col. iloi.o5.',-Aoo5.cx3ro'.cx2a.4 THE INTERIORJOURNAL SAUFLEY. ix vv:cjc Is 11 candidate for County Attorney, subject Dwelling House on Dahvlllo Street, Stnn- - to democratic action. mid popular Green Hrlar and Co! Kv. containing Nino Itooms Spring, located about two miles from Crab A suru foul cotter, ntSA to lusuroii roll four ford, with all outbuilding wanted. Clstor ar; Orchard. Magnificent water, excellent Im- months old. O. A. I.ACKl'.V, and two lUdriints. Tho iiImivu orooertv Is provement. Will len-- c ut 11 low llguro for 12 D.invlllo l'lke, .1 inthw from Stanford. In tho best repair. Call on iiixwent hOiiMin. Cull on or niUlrvv tho 1 Is 11 candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, U Kv. A. A. HOWMAK. J. II. HIGGINS, Stani-oiui- , subject to the action of tho democracy. Tho Imported French Coach Stallion, VtTallles Ky. FOR RENT. n I will stand my nice young FOR SALE ! HON. IMRVEV HELM JUDGE T. I.. SIIEL.TON M. JK. Tho noil-know- lf FURIEUX 1594, DEKLERS COHL, 51ljf Mi. 2STOTIOEJ 7ZJ:IiS KICK, ing colt. Varting with maro or moving out of tho comity forfeits Insurance. Purlciix Isn rich bay, with small stripe In the face, stands full 111 hands anil weighs 1,200 pounds. Has good stylo and tine action and ulioiild ilrodiico just what tho buyers nre now looking for largo, active drivers and saddlers, Call anil see him anil his iodlgroo, Initli ot which you will Ilnd superb. Will 11N0 stand tho splendid Jennet Jack, Emperor 27 at Sil for mares and 810 for Jennets; same terms 11s horse. I.S. TEVIS. Shelbv fit v. Kv. Will make the season of 1M7 at mv stnbtes nearShelbvCltv, Ky., at 810 to Insure a liv- Is a candidate forCountv Attorney of LinThe desirable home of the late John Wain coln, subject to thu action of tho democratic located on tho Danville and Stanford turn-nlL- 'i. rli ikIIim fMim tho bitter nliico. and coiitiilnliiL- - I2i acres of laud, well liminncd H. and well watered. Tho house Is u cottage of 4 rooms with porches, nil necessary out- I ii riimliihitit fur Countv Attornov of Lin buildings, a largo, noniybarn, fonelnggood. i !ui.il ,t iiitver fiilllni' stock water and nil coln, subject to the action of the democrat kinds of fruit trees In full Waring. Apply ic patty. III IA11. 1. V. Illll, fiauioro, or nu uuuer-signe- d on tho promises. .mi:. I.. i. iii.jvi.s. Is a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county, subject to the democratic action. FOR SALE OR R6NT il' NOlCTil J. PAXTON J. T. JONES XV. JOE S. 2.U, Hv Chester D.iro 10; lie by llluck Squirrel 5S. KingChester 1st dam Ulack Uacc record PENCE 2:2ll, fifth beat on mile track. one-ha- m IU J.X.Jones, STANFORD, KY., r-- tn. SHEET IKON WORKS, GEO. BEBORU SAUFJLEY to the olllco of Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln, subject to the action 01 tho democratic jiarty. lf ... 3 "6 bv Hourbon Itluo, siro Wily Hourboii 2 22. Leo of Sorghum 3 W. 2 2:ij;. etc. 2d dam Lady Drennan. by Voting's Drennan. he by Du poo's Dronnan. 3d dam bv Old Itaven. Chester D.iro 10. by llluck Sspilrrul 5s, bv llluck Eagle 74. Nt dam by Davo Aiken. 2d dam bv Old Van. by Major Itrveklnrldge. etc. Wa'ek Squirrel 51, b, Waek Eagle 74. sire of King William, etc. D.im by Hrown's Ilvldatider. King Chester 291 is S years old. 1UJ$ hands high, dark bay without white. Standard JT. Is a candidate fur Assrssor of IJucoln county, ulc registered In N. S. II. 1L He goos all the Mares p'irtod with or lirod to other stock gaits verv fast, being able to show a 2 30 forfeits Insurance and makes season mono Js.l lo tliu action of tliedrmotratlc party. saddle. duo. gait In harness or racking under tho He Is the fastest and most stylish largo horso Caro taken to prevent accidents, but not SAMUEL. M. - - He took tho premium In the responsible should any occur. Mures grated Huatonville, In Kentucky. Kontucky over shown In America, nt rtasonable rates. 'reiitost show ring Is a raudldate fur .lierirt of Liuisilu cuunty, subject ... ,l,u iw.XiIm nf Wlt LllKSlllI tit the action of thedriiusrallc patty. vU: the Harness Malllon King at the great I. i.. li T. A. COnrat, Stanford. 19-where ho defeated the St. Louis Fair in n,l fiw r.iintle.s I ull .lock of Coltllisalid task winners of the World's Fair Premium and In elsalwassoii hand. D S Careiiter. Manager wore 1 of the most famous horses which that rver contested In 11 show ring. He is a : grand breeder, his colts having lilghotjlo r I a candidate for of Lincoln oiunly, mil. and action and being the winners for tho Jist lo the action id tho drmisratlc HI I jr. lour enrs of tho Model King premiums past two Uf ll.st mpisiM Is isirmvlly Combined ba stallion. 1(1 hands high Sir- at the Danville Pair, defeating a minilier of aged horses. Ho will stand at led by AImIiiIIiiIi Messenger, he b Messenger celebrated 91. I my farm 1'4 miles from Danville, at S15 to I Clile'f. sir," of Maud Messongor. 2:KH,. En- Itfsiuc. Also a premium lack at S.V gllsii Hunter s dam by Denny Dronnon. he I a candidate f.ir Awwnr of Lincoln omuty, sub-JiGEO. F ANDEKSON. Danllle. by ImK)rted Dronmiu. I will stand him to I lie art hoi of tcd.imcrallc riv tills season ut mv stable 3 miles from Shelbv City, on tho Knob Lick and Turnersville l'i Ihs. Sired bv Itlenzl. Wenzl was srtd by and out of Itlnmllua, by Mambrlno Chief. Peuce'silnm was bv Aliiiont Forrest, THOnOFOHHIIED S. son of Almotit. Second diim bv Garrard ! Chief. Is n candidate for the nomination for Com Pence Is a tine Individual, standing in Tho most prolific moiiwenlth's Attomevof this district, suborfcctly sound bands high, dark brown. of all breeds, at- ject to the action of the democratic p.irty, nnd a horse of great speed. Ho has gone a mil,. In ?,io will mnl.-i.llitain the greatest sKiisim nf IMC I weight, fatten eaat m place 3J miles from Stanford, on the sily at iiuv age. iiusiunt llie HhVi i fliuttsi mill rlltM Is a candidate for SilMTtiitendeiil of Public Schools Ten Collars to Insuro a Living Colt. c renih foisirvice. Spring pigs, either sex. ol 1.Iihi1ii county, iuliJis-- to lueaitiou ol the not likln. All iiiestloiis cheerfully answered. party. Will also stand a gxd Mule Jack J. M. ii E. J. KC3QBEBTS, stanlora. .At Firo Dollars to Insuro a Living Celt. Pel-mo- ot Sole proprietor of IDean'a Hlsck Diamond ltool o.sl. Paint. Estimates jtirulslinl fur palntlim C. metal and Iron hkiIs. Satisfaction Kuarantiss,! All roots patntisl with lllaik Diamond Paint Is a candidate for the nomination fort'lrcult Dnllrr III t Cistern l'llllll imnlnl fur andtlalvaiilstsl Inin Fillers, Galvanized and Illack Jiidgu of this district, subject to thu action ! Iron lloofliiKur all kings. of the democratic party. vu' JUDGE M. U-"- DUROC HOGS m. J. OWSLEV, JR., GARLAND SINGLETON !eui-otrali- T. SUTTON, Undortalcer, J. F. IIOLDASI OWENS ENGLISH HUNTER. E3IMETT McCORMACK Ass,-s.i- FIRE INSURANCE. fegbni:k OF BROOKLYN. : ELKIN st George Dictator, 3sC2. pike nt cross-examinatio- n. cross-examin- ed POWDER dr. -- w. s. vxtsnmr, M niey due wip'ii colt Is foaled or mare partIllack stallion, foaled ISsI; 15S hands ed with. I will also stand one tine young high and a model every wa. He was slrod bv the great Dictator 113. First dam Alice bv Almoin 33. record 2.3!S: 2d dam by Nor- IS hands high, weighs 030 pounds. Illack ma n 23; 3d dam Young Twyman maro. Will with whlto iHilnts. flrvd b tho groat cham make the .season at my stable. pion jack. Tom Kino, whoso reputation as a breeder Is know r.ir and near. 1100 tails At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. dam In Levi Hubble'- Prince, better known Tall. Hubble' Prince was said to George Dictator 302 lias proven a splen- as Hobtlnor mules than any breed Jack that ever did brooder of speed, stj lo and action. stood Iu this county. ItumenilMT Prince was I will also stand tin sire of J(x Itlackburn and Itrlgnoll for which Mr. Hubble could have gotten gl.OOO TlfiZO at 0110 time. Joe Itlackburn ntouo brought Hob Tall will uitiku tlio jirosont seael.'.'OO. At ?s to Insuro a living colt. See my stock son at FIVE DOLLAKS to Insure 11 living II, 1. POWELL. 10 before vou breed. colt. M. S. llAFGHMAN. Stanford. Ky. Standard. $5 To Imuro A Living Colt. Insurance Company, Caledonian Co., of Scotland. KOUNDUD 1SOC. JOE T. EMBRY C. G. Jt randldale for AuiMor o! lJncdn cuunty, sub. to the action of the detuocrutic pany and eamctly aLs your Mpsjtt. Is a JACK, SOB TAIL, Insurance BAKER your Ii a candidate for AKssswr of Uneoln rountr. lute ject to the action of thedeuiocralic IMtly Think. big liipiuthru eislof tliecouulyls rulitltsl to a lire of the pie, liewli uprt WILLIAM MOREL AND I. a ranitldate for Anscnsurol Lincoln, ulirtt to the actior, ..rtlie deumcrallc Uy He kindly aiks your upsiit. GOOD JHCKS R.B.MAHONY.Agt., 0 STASt'OltD. KY. A. ti John. CAstLkMA;. Umuk SA3I W. MKNEFEE I. a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county, to the action of the demoi mile party. iub-jr- WALLACE DENMARK 55. Dentist, Stanford, a; s. price. Hv Sumptor Denmark. Jr . he by Goddard's Denmark, ho hv Gaines .V Cromwoll'n Den Morgan Denmark Is a bay stallion, 10 mark, he by the race horso Denmark, he by hands high. Ho Is splendidly bred as a Imp. lledgeford. First dam Fannie Wnlluco glance nt his pedlgroo will show. He will 38. by Sir Wallace; 2nd dam by Vlrglnlus; make the present season of 1b07 at our sta- 3rd dam a Whip mare. ble, on tho new Lancaster pike, 3 miles from SIO THIS INSURANCIJ. Danville, at MORGAN DENMARK. DINK FARMER INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. I Is a candldnto for Jailer, subject to tho tion of tho democratic party. ac- E. J. TANNER 'Stanford, Ky. Office over MoilobertV Drug Store in the Owsley ' Building 'f Ornamental Iron Fence. wBKii PRICES ARE VERY LOW, dkt Caro takon to prevent accidents hut not responsible should any occur. LI in retained on colts for the season monJames Florence, 21, and Miss Delia ey. Mures traded boforo fact Is ascertained makes season money due. Neikirk, 18, were married at Jeff CarMorgan Denmark was fouled In 13S9. HoJs by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson. 1st son's, near Turnersville, yesterday. dam Ladv Morgan, bv Stonewall Jackson; D. W. Edwards, a handsome widower 2nd dam by Vlrglnlus'; 3rd dam by Matchless of Lebanon, and Miss Jennie Phillips, mid 4th dam by Transby. Morgan Denmark Is one of tho lost bred of Harrodsburg, were married ot tho saddle stallions In Kentucky. Has good mane and tall and good, long, rangy neck. bride's father's home. also stand TWO Don't A mau and wife at Ocean Grove, N. GOOD fall to see him. atwill to Insure. 8 MCLF. JACKS J., planned to die together. The man Mares grazed at cl.50 per month. llAl'UHMAN lino?.. killed himself, but failed to shoot his Danville. Kv. 12 tive therein. $6 To Insure A Living: Colt. LE2EL202. see his pediLoxel's first dnm Mug 37, by vldette. bv Vlndcx, by Wood's llluck Hawk, ho bvOId lllurk Hawk. 2nd dam Julia Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. 3rd dam by Vlrglnlus. 4th dam n Whip Mare. gree nliove. Sixteen hands high and u Ho Is hv Wallace Denmark S3 B&RBEE 5 CBSTLEHBH. a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to tho will of thu democratic MANAOK115, GEO. Ii. COOPER cratic part j Is a candidate for Clerk of the Lincoln County Court, subject to tho action of tho demo. crfcct model. Commerce JBuildingr, LouiBville. Agents Throujhout the South.; MATRIMONIAL. Wul-lacer- iiv W. A. THIBBUC, -- D. S. CARPENTER, Wilt carry a larger .lock of Furniture ot all klndi this year than etrr U'r.ireand will wll cheaper than The Oliver Chilhsl, Vulcan. Plow aiiylwdy and HiltiU of all Silver Slrel and ChatlatiO"i kiwis Cultivators and Ifciunle Miovrli, all Malta t In the world. Farmers, call iu and male, the gtl an thlMg )ou want from a ln'W ilowu l S. CAIII'ENTEII lt.s.vtfiilly, U-s- liocal Agent,- - SIO THIS INSURANCIJ. SfANFOKD, S7tf. Kentucky. SBXQNOLTJS. Hrlgnoliis Is by Itrlgnoll. Hubblo's premium jack, he by'Prlnce. better known as Hob Tall, who brought 81.300 to a California party. Hrlgnolus' dam by Giant, Caldwell' great sliow Jack. Hrlgnoliis Is black throughout with white points and of fine size and good Imiiio. J, B. HIGGINS, DEALF.lt IN wife ueeording to agreement. ft widower Thomas Graham, twice and OS years old, was married near Tenn., to Miss Sophia Wilson, C. sweet 1(5. A son of tho groom acted as SHELBY & SHELBY, best man. Foley and Miss Cordelia Richard Proprietors Goode, daughter of George Goode, of LIVERY,FEED& SALE STABLE the West End, were married a few days ago by Rev. Burke. The bride is a City, Ky. Junction pretty lussie of 18, while tho groom is Turnouts, prompt attention, very a clever young man who bus just reachreasonable rates A poitlon ot your patronage is ed his majority. 18 11 Jel-lic- o, A. SINE, Stanford. Season money Is due on all mares bred to 'my stock when they aro either removed, trilled or bred to otliur stock, I will stand this Jack at Silas Anderson's Mtvk committed to my care will receive on mv ijroiial attention. old stand 3 miles west of Froachorsvillo the Stanford A Preachorsvllloplke J. STEELE CAItPENTI'It, HtistouvHlo, Ky. l'J to Insure a Colt At $5 JUMBO! SO THIS INSUKANCI2. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OF STANFOIlli. KY. Paid up Capital, Klrst-Cla- a lly provlilous of Its rltarler, .leKitor ate a.. fully prolevtisl as are drisliira In National ltatiki, Its iliareholders tsfing held Individually liable lo Iheesteiit of tho amount ( their tKk Iheteiu al amount value Coal. the parIu suihthereof, inItaddition to I hexecutor, In. ZQ-u.rle3- 7 High-Grad- e may act as To get up and suck and walk around the vested share. lt ti till .i truilro, Ac , as fully us an indltldual. Olllco If the mare Is traifed or removed from the The groat hornless bull, will Ihi Insured to Goods Warranted as neprosonled. Store, on Tendering our lhaukitu thisj who haie entrust-e- l their business to u, we truit they will continue nelghlsirhood without satlsfvlng mo that sho get inuly calves from any kind of cows, Main Street, opposite Elmoro's to do so, and we oiler ai a guarantee for prompt atStanford, Kentucky. Is not Iu foal, tho season Is forfeited and the whether the cows huvo horns or not. for s3. tention to .anio our 20 year." ex:rienco iu bank-lu- g T. HACh.HA, J. JOHN II. AXPF.HSON. money Is due. and as lllieral aceoiumoilalloiis as aro coml.teut J. L. TOTTE.N. Salesman. wish ouud banking. Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers and Surph3, $200,000200 17,603 30 ZE5ed. respectfully solicited m m GEORGE H M'KINNEY, day, May "nu, so Tho Q. iz C. will change time Sun Pension & Claim Agent, Box 44, Stanfoid, Ky. Cincinnati, Lexington ilnd other blue grass cities will be slightly changed. Full Information In regurd to this can be obtained of uny Q. & C. agent. - that trie scneuuie oe-twe- en Bucklin's Arnica Salve. Ilmj had 12 yean's practice lioforo all tlio The nest salre in the world for cuts,, bruises Dopu mentis In Washington City. 9 sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-nhands, chilblains corns and all skin emotions. It positively cures plies or no pay required. It is perfect satisfaction or money ?uarajteed to give cents per box. For sale by W. 11. 3 dam Jessie Sayro 23 Money to loan on Improieil cltjr iroetty or farmi In Stanford and I.lucolu eouuty al Also I wll 6 iiercent . payable make tho season of 1S07. will furnish Isind. for jiulilic or coriratlou officlalst Executors, AdminUtralora or (litanllansat reasonable tales. Am agent for four of tlie licst Hre InShied by Walsimuiam 2100, slro of Latltudo 2:10J and 7 or 8 others In tlio list. surance Coniiianltsi doing business iu Kentucky and In Stanford. roert v y Messenger Duroc 100, son of Hambletonlan anil slro of aolicit tiatronago of comtanlrsholders liuiliieia hero. 1 dam Tlnso' doing Halt same as other Elalno 2:20, tho dam of rsorlalne, yearling record 2:31J. K. VAItNON, Agl. WALLACE 81.m Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonlan 10, slroot 2 dam Hess NABOTH 10016. Standard Itule 0. mi" to uan, e:md: ly m, .c, DIIECTOIts. UecorJ 2:10". J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II, Cummins, Preachcrsvllle; J. II. Ow.ley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S, II. Shauks, William Uooch, H. J. Enibry, J. F. Cash, J. J, N. Mrnefeo. K. Lynn, A. W. Curinter; orriCiKi. W. M. Uright, S. II. Shanks. President! J. II. Owsley, Cashier: Teller A Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. for the Rich Results Assured. ' No Blcltobcru, Druggist. m Standi at the Head. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of Shrove-por- t, la., says: "Dr. Klog' New Discovery Is tho only thing that cures my cough and it is the bait seller I have." J, F. Campbell, merchant ot Arl , writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery Is all that is claimed for It; it neer falls and is u sure coughs androids. I can not euro for say enough fur iu merits'' Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds Is not It has been tried for A nuarter of a in uiiu.rinipnt stands at the head. It never century and dlsappoluts. Free trial bottles at W. H. Mcltoberts Drug store. Saf-fory Risk. The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., Term Policies Dexter 2 :17Ji. by Harry Clay 45. slro of the dams of St. Julian 2:11K. Uodlno 2:19K and 12 more that have produced 2:30 trot In ovory couuty In Kontucky for tho Lo- r,- ters; also sire ot the dam of Electioneer, slro of 130 In JfT IIW4flVI ..w.w.w. Invention thut over bus lieen Invented, to tho 2:30 list. I an. Lively ugents make 13 go ou horso col by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse, j ,jam nnd 34 perday. Forfurtherpartlculam, apW.T. KICHAHDSON, Walsln-'ha2106, slro of Naboth, Is one of the youngest sons of Ocorgo Wilkei 519, ply to General Agent, Junction City, Ky. Mike Wilkes 2:I5W, Wll- -- rfo.oo u,i,rt aired Harrv Wilkes 2:13K, Ouy Wilkes cox 2:16 and 62 others In tho 2:30 list; aluo 41 producing sons and 10 proJucIng daughters HGENTS iKNTGD. - FIR STNATIONAL BANK OF STANFOHD, KV. Issues all Forms of Life, Endowment and Notb. Naboth Is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled Juno 23, 1833. His pedlgroo contains the blood of Hambletonlan, Georgo Wilkes, Mambrlno Wilkes, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. -- HEAR THIS IN MIND. All Policies Issued Participate in the Annual Distribution of Surplus. Cash Surrender and Participating Paid up Insur- Electric Bitltn. A.t Electric Hitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more generally needed when the $15to Insure a, My flna I-ii-vi- ng' Oolt. saddle stallion. ance. Values Endorsed on Every Policy. No catch clauses; No fine print. pondence Solicited. Corres- languid, exhausted feeling prevails when the liver la torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterathe is felt A prompt use of this medicine often averts long and pertwps fatal bilious fevers. will also make tho No medicine will act mure surely In counteracting and freeiug the system from the malarial poison. DIiiIiiom Constipation, I lead w: he IndlgeAtlou, yield to Electric itinera. 50c and 81.00 per bottle at W. B. Mclloberta Drug store. WIL-L-IA- M L., Ho Is ele prcsont season at tho low prl-- o ot 88 to Insure a living colt. gantly urctl and a sure ion gjnur. i win msusnnu Attention ot the public Ii railed to tho fact that this Is the only National Hank In Stanford. Under the provisions ot the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, hut by the stockholders' liability lor an amount euual tn the stock, so that depositors of this Institution are secured by a fund ol A0,0o0. Five sworn statements of tho condition ol tho liauk arsnude each year to the United State. Government and Its assets are examined at staled times by goverument No. 52012, agents, thus securioK additional and perfect salet, of combined and Eastern horses to depositors. Producer Thlslnstitutlon, originally eslabllihed aa the that sell for good prices, will make the prcs- posit Hank ol Stanford Iu 1833, then reorganisedDe-as to Insure a livont season at Ten Dom-au- s the National Ilauk ofStsnlord in l&U and again ing colt. Also Jack, ltoscoo, at S3 to Insuro reorganized aa the First National Hank of Stanford , P.ltEID. a living colt. In IMt, has had practically au uninterrupted exist-enfor 33 years. It la better supplied now will, N. B Donoy Golddust has produced a buslnott promptly and class of combined horses that attract buy-e-n facilities for transacting lu its long aud nouorable and bring good prices, regardless of pan- career.than kver lietoru Individuals, fiduciaries, Unui Accounts of ics. and Individuals solicited. W.. OtpiUl Stock 1100,000. Surplo 915,750. D0RS6YG0LDDUST c. JESSE D. "WXUUEH, Agent, StanforJ, Ky. I havj greatly retlucoJ seaNotb. Owing to the hard times and tho low price ot sto:k, TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY. and breeding, they considering their liiJlvllu-ilItfee. of my horses and JacksJ-anTake Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All son Druggists refund the money if it falls to Cure. For ,i i.,riimn mix-- in tho State.lStable twomlles south o Hustonvllle on tho Morelond Sale by W B. Mcltoberts, Craig A llocker and O. J. K. BAUOHMAN, Hustonvlllo, Ky. & Carpenter's Station plko. L. Penny, Druggists, Stanford, TiJO GOOD JHCKS KT $7. H. D. PHILLIPS, UIKECTOXI. Gun and Look Smith, STANFOKD, . kv. Reid, Lincoln Co.; S.T. Harris, " " J.S. Hocker, McKlnney. K. U Tanner, J.U. Colller.Crab Orch'dj M, D.Elmore, Stanford. K. ' 8. II, Itaugbtuau, T P. Hill, W. A. Trlhble, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. J. W. Hayden, Stanford Ky. All kinds of repairing done at retsoaahle rate Uphohterlni a specialty. Satis.' ;tion guirantetd ' I J. S. Hocker, Prtsldcuf, J. J. McUoberts, Cashier. A. A. McKlnney, AsshtaotCashler. orricnas.