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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897050401 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. i V' i SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. VICINITY NEWS. John Coinln, of Casey, died from tho effects of u blto of u rattlesnake. Kenneth Hundley has been appointed postmaster at Orhindo, in Rockcastle. William Scott mid wife barely escaped drowning whllo fording a stream in Hoylo county. Tho Mt. Vornon Signal says: 1'rosi-doAndy Johnson stopped ono night attliul)rick hotel, this plaeo, during nt INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 4. 1897. LANCASTER. ' RELIGIOUS. The (iOth session of tho general association of Kentucky Baptists will meet In Georgetown, Saturday, Juno ll)t.li. The Danvlllo district conference of the M. E. Church, South meets today at tho Methodist church, Danville. Rev. Miles Saunders dropped into see his son, Hon. J. N. Saunders, Saturday, and filled Rev. S. M. Logan's pulpit Sunday. Rev. J. M. Rruco's now church at Eliznhcthtown was dedicated Sunday when the remaining debt of $.'1,000 was fully raised. The extension board of the M. K. Church, South, which is In session In Louisville, litis donated ?2.'J,2C0 and loaned 2..000 to church work. Gov. Johnston, of Alabama, has interceded in behalf of two Mormon elders who were flogged in Jackson county and has made tho sheriff of the county their special escort. Rev. J. U. Crouch writes to tho La. line County Herald to send his paper to Stanford and adds; "I am much pleased with my new Hold and find this a fine country town. Rich country surrounding and a splendid class of peoE. L. NO. 11) tho war. Ho ,vai in dlHgutho. Kov. AV.T. Goodnll, of Rockcastle county, is in jail in Louisville, charged with violating tho pension lawn. Deputy Marshall Win, Stringer arrested him. William Kchols, a young man wanted at London, on a charge of being an accomplice in tho murder of George of Laurel county, was captured at Bristol, Tonn. The tuurdci was committed last mimmur. At Xlcholnsvlllc the dunaminu Libto tho eral Club olllciully memory of May L. Collins, the brilliant who died under young visploious circumstances with a malo at Ilostoti. News comas from Monlicello that tho farm house of a man nnmed Hranders, who lives jut over tho Tonnox.seo line, was washed away by a watorspout. Urnndors, his wife and child and two farm hands wore drowned. Tho Mclvoohnlo family, who came to Wuyno county 30 years ago from Soot-lanHa-ko- r, pald-trlbutfrue-thinke- r, free-thiuk- d, tells your scribe that there 'has never been a death in the family, grandchildren, during that time. Somerset Paragon. Detective Kimball, a l'lnkertonman, has had William Carter, of Mercor. lodged in tho Harrodsburg jail, charged with being ono of the party which o hhot keeper Atkinson. The ditcctivo haa a large list of tho raidors who will bo arrested at once. Oxman l'asha, recently made of the Turkish army, is said to (wan American, and a native and was a Mildicr in of East Tonnes-toe- , the Federal army, at Camp county, during the civil war. His real naino is Crawford and he is 03 years of age. Crawford also served in the Mexican army. Jessamine Journal. or toll-gat- Xel-on.th- ie JOSEl'Il SEVERANCE. iTj ItlD Alitor Of Till) IMKIIIOR Jill K.NAI. l)KAK SUC In the death of IJro. Jo- I v 1 w seph Severance, Sr., recoitled in your last issue, allow mo to say, your beautiful little city has lost ono of its best citizens, and tho Christian religion one of its grandest exoncnts. I have never hud tho good fortune or pleasure of meeting with a more perfect Christian spirit, a moro loyal uud uncompromising soldier of the cross. Ho was a man strong in his convictions, unwavering In hit) faith, holding on with tenacity to tho essential principles of Christianity, of simplicity, humility and love. He never failed In tho spirit of love to clearly draw a lino between plain, simple Christianity and complex theology; his concepts of God and the scheme of redemption were sublimely beautiful in their Scriptural simpllcl ty; ho seemed to walk hand in hand with God and bask in tho light which emanated from the Savior, in whom IJro. Severance's life was hidden. In closing let me on the part of myself and tho congregation worshipping at this place to extend to Sinter Sever-anc- o and the family our profound sympathy for their loss, hut IJro. Severance's gain, and to further assure them that our prayers to the divine Father shall bo for her and their support in their hour of grief. May strength and rich blosslngs from on high suport and comfort them. J. R. C. WARREN M. OWKNS, HO, M.D. Somerset, Ivy., April IfcU". FOR COUNTY JUDGE. At tho solicitation of my fellow citizens, fonnonths, from every part of this county, I am a candidate for tho otllco of Judge of tho Lincoln County Court, and my name will bo presented for said olllce to tho convention of democrats who meet in Stanford on tho 15th Inst, for tho purpose of selecting candidates for county otllccs. R. C. Wauke.v. Muy3, '1)7. Prof. Lucien Blake, of ho chair of y of Kansas University, to bo his opinion that u Nedeclares it gro may bo mado whlto by a cutaphor-csl- s process which will decarbonize tho pigment that gives the skin its black electro-chemistr- v color. and Dan Mustek, tho brother, Ligo, were killed by a his posso near Prestouburg, whllo tryiug to arrest tho formor. IJllnd Tom, tho Negro musical wonder, has permanently retired from tho stago and Is living In Now Jorsoy at tho homo of tho widow of his lato manwlfe-murdor- t ager. Flro at Pittsburgh early yesterday morning caused a loss of perhaps A million dollars InJ silver weighs 50,1)31 pounds. There were a large number of conversions and sanctilleatioiis. Rev. B. Helm's meeting at Crab Orchard will continue through this week and probably longer. Several additions aro roported. h Elder Severance will ask his church, tho Mississippi Avenue of Meniphix, to release him as its pastor, and should It do so he will give the store his attention during the week uud preach around in the country on Sundays. His mother is very anxious for so rapidly that it turned .Initios Wal- him to remain with her aud while ho lace's residence around, moved his regrets leaving his congregation he kitchen so us to make it face tho turn- will do so if his members give their pike, turned his over, wash- consent. Ho preached at McCormacks e ed his and chickens, a sow Sunday. Rev. L. M. Lasley write? under date and pigs, erib and corn, all away. On of yesterday: The good Lord, not Las-lethe Lexington plko near W. S. has, and is stirring Danville. Over the water hid the third rail of a 30 saved and sanctified to date. Among pot uud rail fence on tho pilto and washed up 7.1 yards of stono fence for them Nnth Woodcock and he is a lire for tho Lord, lloiiie crowded. Tho Mr. Ueazloy. . Tho attempt made by Iho Louisville people see the Lord in it, and ice is breaking and melting. The Lord bless Times to hold Blackburn you and yours, and till a column of your for tho election of Deboo is regarded us too base a subterfuge to be paper with holiness revivals and other believed by tho commonest ignoramus holiness matter and your heart with in the laud. There never was u time His holiness. Rev. w . a. Grinstcad went i over to when ho could have elected Martin. Wllmore yesterday to attend district Tho truth Is, such pajwrs as tho Times Mr. Adam M. Pence, and the gold bugs, are responsible for conference. who will represent the Methodist the election of a republican Senator, an they could certainly have elected Mr. church, and Greenberry Bright, of Me Tho Itlackburn at tho former session. The Kendreo, will go over delegates to the Sunday-schoo- l confertwo wings of the party can consistently get together in races for ollices, ence, which also meets at Wllmore which will have nothing to do with the this week, are Misses Annie Pence and settlement of the financial question, Kathleen Grinstcad and O. B. Beck and Gilbert Grinstcad, those of and they had better do so, or harm will Sunday-schoare Mr. E. A. lie dono where they don't desire it. A and sister, Miss Mattie. White hint to such men is sufficient. All deals with republicans should ulso be avoidThe Legislature, ed, or hurtful effects will be realized. True democracy knows nothing about The Rouse fixed tho day of adjourn jockeying. ment May 11. Tho Legislature wns so worn out with Another pillar and support of all that is good, pure and ennobling in the Senatorial struggle that it adjournlife has been removed from mortal ed Thuivday till yesterday, when there view by the mysterious hand of death. was no quorum. Win. R. Robinson, ago G'2 years, be The Senate by a big majority passed came suddenly and violently ill at ills Senator Bronston's resolution declarhardwuro More Friday at a. m. He was ing that the secretary of State, should carried u his residence, where he under the present law draw only $11,000 grew worse and died at 1:.'10 p. m. of a j ear, Instead of $1,000, as at present. neuralgia of tho heart. Appropriate The House passed the bill enabling funeral sorvicon were hold by Elder counties to vote additional school tax. George Gowen at tho Christian church House and Senate committees have at 11 a. M. Sunday and a long proces- agreed in conference upon a bill raission of relatives and friends followed ing tho tax rate to f2i cents for three the remains to Lancaster cemetery. A years, as Mr&t proposed by the House, feeling of deep and heartfelt sorrow with tho additional proviso that tho seized the whole community when his revenue from tho 10 cents thus added death was announced. Possessing a to the tax rate is to be applied to the character made up of fixed convictions, payment of outstanding warrants in the in favor of public morals and tho per- order In which they were Issued. The manent welfare of tho community, ho agreement will doubtless be ratified was unlvorsally admired. Important and the matter settled. positions of trust were thrust upon him Tho disorganized forces of democraexpressive of tho high appreciation In which ho was held. Ho was president cy must bo gathered about the banner of tho National Dank of Lancaster and of stability and conservatism. We want a deacon and treasurer of tho Christian an ark of tho covenant. Time and opchurch, frequently paying bills 'from portunity will present tho man tho his own pocket whon tho funds in tho Moses who shall lead the persecuted treasury woro insufllcient. Tho com- hosts out of the wilderness. But as yet munity condoles with his widow, who there has been neither ark nor covenant. Whence shall it como ? The was Miss Margaret Jackson, of and his daughter, Miss Annie, whole country is awaiting the hour upon whom his excollcnt traits of char- whon both the name and substance of acter aro bo beautifully reflected. He true democracy shall rise to confront leaves live brothors, J. C, J. S., A. C, the common enemy. Augusta Herald. Warden Hancock, of tho Frankfort J. F. and T. J. Robinson, nil of whom aro model mon aud tho pride of tho penitentiary, has unearthed a scheme communities in which thoy live. His by which, he thinks, the State has charitable hand will be missed by wid- been swindled in tho purchase of lumows and orphans in tho dreary wulks ber for use in tho penitentiary chair of life; business circles will bo sadly in factory. A convict helped tho conneed of his wlso counsol and tho church tractors to cheat Kentucky out of somewill bo ut a Joss to Mil the otllccs tho thing like $18,000. Judge W. E. Settle, of tho Wurron duties of which ho so faithfully and acceptably discharged. But it would be circuit court, has appointed James D. wicked to wish for tho return of his no- Hlncs and J. E. Potter permanent reble spirit from that haven of rest to ceivers of the Southern Building and Loan Association at Knoxvllle, for tho which it has gone. assets in Kentucky. Georgetown Collego will send out 25 Considerable snow foil in Cincinnati graduates this year. and other points in Ohio Sunday. Jo-epwit-done Gen. I). R. Collier camo homo from Frankfort after the election of a Senator. Ho expresses himself well pleased with Senator Deboo. Ho has filed his application for the olllce of surveyor of tho port at Louisville and says that hh chances are good. W. II. Mason Is at homo again and reports Muttering prospects for the nomination. If the people all over the State know us much of his qualifications as thoo in Central Kentucky know, liis nomination uud election would be a foregone conclusion. Tho board of directors for tho IJuck-ey- e turnpike held a meeting tho day after tho was burned and decided to resume tho collection of toll. James Johnson, the fearless young man who kept tho gate before tho lire, Is on duty near the ruins with no shelter but an umbrella. The school census for this district shows a decroaso of '2, in tho children within the school age, resulting from several families moving out of the district. At the election of trustees for Garrard Graded School, Thoo. Curroy and W. I. Williams were olected to succeed themselves. Lancaster has a factory at last. I). P. Pulling, who invented tho most economical match box in existence, has begun tli manufacture of tho device at the planing mills In this city. Only one match can be taken from the box at one time. ltd construction shows considerable ingenuity and It will sell rapidly. On Friday afternoon the hardust rain fell in this section in the memory of tho oldest inhabitants. Much damage along water courses and in gardens and llehls where the land Is sloping. One branch of Sugar Creek ro.-- e toll-house MATRIMONIAL, French nnd Miss Bessie Williams were married at Danville. Mrs. John Royal was hold in $200 at Greenup, this State, for shooting her husband. Robert T. White, 23, nnd Miss Kittle Perkins, 18, both of the East End, were married at Crab Orchard Saturday. A Breckinridge county, man who has been married three times is the father of 3!) children, 27 of whom are living. Bruno F. Sliely, a young Lexington fireman, eloped with Katie Lily, a hotel chambermaid, deserting u wife and young child. I Jronston I Jay, of the Louisville Theological Seminary, and Miss Maud Wayts, a Georgetown belle, both n to many Stanford people, were married Friday. A dispatch from Sergent, this State, says that Robert Davis, aged 22, and Miss America Hocbrook, l.'J, were married at the bride's home in the presence of her parents. Erwin Shaw and Miss Gertrude Fisher, convicted of horse stealing at Wilmington. O., were married just before leaving that place for the penitentiary to serve a year each. Statisticians declare thatonly 10 out of well-know- METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, SIDING, 1 A. CSIBfi CEILING. STANFORD, KT. v&sTt&y .V FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. HALT, STOP, LOOK, AT OUR i ple." The meeting at Halls Gap conducted by Rev. W. M. Davidson closed Sun- day night. meat-lions- o hen-hous- y, IJenz-loy'- s, to-da- y. ol each 1,000 Insane persons become so by reason of love affairs. These llgures applj, however, only to per-oin asylums, says the Detroit News. Mrs. A. G. Eastland is in receipt of an invitation to the marriage of her cousin, Miss Emma Cleland Barbour, to Mr. James Edwin Ilognu, which will occur In Louisville on the 11th. George L. Graves, held to answer at Newport for bigamy, is said to have live wives, one of whom is a former resident of Louinville. Ho was married to his last wife by Rev. George P. Taubman in September last. Miss Georgia Davids, whose stasre mime is Elaine Ellison and who spent a season ut Dripping Springs in this vicinity, is shortly to marry E. II. Powers, a New York business man and perhaps retire from the stage. W. II. Lillard and Miss Mary Burke were married at the home of the bride in Boyle county. He is the son of Mrs. Mary Lillard and she is the oldest daughter of Dr. W. B. Burke. Tho marriage created a big surprise. Thomas Kennedy, of Sidney, Ohio, paid two visits to the mayor of his town the other day. The iirst was to answer to a fine of $." for drunkenness ni.d the second to have the matrimonial knot tied to a woman who was kind enough to pay for both the license und the fine that had been imposed. At the time of the Johnstown flood in May, 18$!), John T. Sharkey and w ife, of Virginia, had resided in that city about a month. In the struggle for life they became separated and each d the other dead. Tho husband arrived In Roanoke on Monday. The wife arrived in the same section about threo weeks ago and met her husband Friday by chance in the street, to their very great delight. ns sup-pose- line: of Clotliin SHOES, Hats 5 NECKWEAR, &C, &C. J. illliif J L, Frohman & Co., jk'bJ'AA rik THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. A.f i CLOSE FMCES I Falls Urnnch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. ! at tho c. fol- Coal Frotx) 7c to H At l-2- Dnn-vlll- o, 30 to 35c per bushel. Oats from 31) to 35c per bushel. Hay, two lewd women of Weston, W. Va., 40 to GOc per UK) pounds. Millet. 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 , were treated to u coat of hot tar nnd or 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. Goc per 100 lbs Wo keep lbs. stock of all constantly oh hands. Call and see us h'efore buying. dered to leave the town. The Duncan woman was badly burned and the chances are against her recovery. A mob composed largely of colored men, hanged six Negroes and shot another at Sunny Side, Walter county, Tex. The victims of the mob had been guilty of a triple murder, of outrage and of ar&on. "Red Bob" Baker, one of the most noted illicit distillers of Eastern Kennow the order of the day and of courso you will be engaged in It before long. You tucky, was captured in Owsley county, Is will need a by Revenue Agents J. W. Colyer, of Somerset, and John Burton of Lebanon. H. S. Perry, who killed Bely Lanier, claiming ho had assaulted his wife, was convicted nt Decatur, Ga., of murder And Soveral NICE RUGS. I have them. Pricc3 Low as Anybody's. and sentenced to hang. Tho unwritten law doesn't seem to go In Georgia. Frauk Johnson, a Chicago lunatic, chopped his right hand oil. When asked why he did it, he replied: "It offended me and I followed the biblical injunction and cut it off." Frank Asher, of Cumberland county, attempted to ford a swollen stream and BY was drowucd. When found he was lying across a log which had washed out, with his head downward. The wife of Knuto Hisstead, u farmer near Larimore, N. D., was assaulted, two ot his sons murdered and two others wounded, with little hoio of recovery, by August Norman. That Chicago concern which col. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, day was culled a "savlapsed the other Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, "Whips, &c. ings bank" because tho president's Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se pretty typewriter managed to save $00,- 000 lust year. Dixon, tho county seat of Webster, voted for local option. Ida Duncan and Bertha Merriman, from house with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn Ships-tuft- J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. J Spring Cleaning i f STRAW MATTING H. J. McROBERTS. UnDGRCAKIDG !f Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. J. C. M'CLARY. I Tho servico on the Crescont fimt trnlna Snnfli Through Pullman drawing room sleep ers, istanunru vestiDuieu uay coaches Lavatories nnd smoklne mnran.) V1. mnt ciifo. mirlor and nlwnrvntlnn pnra Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Floii- Ounnn .fc Incompakaule. STANFORD FETOHLE WILLIAM SHELTON, The Second Session of C0LLEG6. President. 1890-97 ut ui SON, gen'l pass'r ugt., Cincinnati, O. tvr .i v r? w mia if vs A.kliviv send for For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac., PaiNcir-Ai,- , our Now CataStanford, Ky. S. SAUFLEY, Lady logue. Address, MRS. NANNIE OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. "C5IWt3S5!1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - May 4, 1897 W. P. WALTON. editorial exactly like a Courier-Journand so far as we can discover Is a very lucid exposition of tho position of tho gold democrats. It Is pharisalcal In tho fullest degree and that's what's the matter with a great many people who call themselves democrats. Though arriving at the opinion from very different standpoints, there ure a large number of people who agree very fully with Mr. Watterson in his estimate of Mr. Cleveland, even admit its appropriateness. if our esteemed friend Is not exactly an unprejudiced juor, since he has never Louisville and will never forgive the The Courier-JournaTimes and Cincinnati Commercial-Tribun- e for running and being elected In JS12. were represented at Frankfort during the Senatorial struggle by three We do not care whether our exmen, the combined weights of whom changes credit what they take from are not as much as that of the Senator-ele- this paper or not. They are welcome alone. Graham Vreeland, who to anything we have without money and represents tho ., Is the smallest of without price. It goes a little ugalnst them and the most youthful. George the grain though to see papers which L. Willis, tho Times man, is also little have appropriated articles from us but very loud and usually gets every-- 1 given tho credit by more honest thing that has happened or will happen as It Is a premium on theft soon. He resembles Senator Deboo in and serves a bad example. Some time one particular only, that is In the en-- 1 ago we printed a little paragraph about tire absence of a hirsute adornment of . Rev. George O. Barnes' birthday and the summit of his crunium. Walter P. tho anniversary of his evangel. The Emerson, of tho Cincinnati paper, is a Paris News used It as original and giant almost compared with tho other since then It has gone tho rounds of the two, but he too Is large only in mental press credited to that paper. This is on capacity. By tho way Mr. Emerson Is ly ono small case In question, but serves a Kentucky democrat, but he has writ- to point a moral and adorn the tale. ten so long for a republican paper that After seven weeks' labor tho Legishe can give a member of that party two four of the in tho game and beat him saying mean lature has enacted into laws 44 subjects for legislation recommendthings about democrats. In this he reare bills sembles a lawyer, being able to lie as ed by Gov. Bradley. Those to prevent public speakers from being well for one side as tho' other. rotten-eggethe glanders bill, requirNash- ing convict mined coal to be so labeled The dispatches say that the ville exposition opening Saturday was and another that wo do not recall, but attended by 30,000 people and that tho which Is of similar unimportance. At day was rather chilly but bright and this rate any little arithmetician can sunshiny. The Essenic Order and oth- figure how long it will take to get ers with 3,000 in line acted as escort to through by using the Rule of Three. Gov. Taylor, who was accompanied by If It takes seven weeks to make four his full stair and the city officials. Af- laws, how manv will It take to make ter prayer by Bishop Gaylor and short 44? addresses by Gov. Taylor, President The Frankfort Capital charges that Thomas, Director Lewis, Chief Justico Dr. Hunter and Mayor George D. Todd Snodgrass,of that State, Speaker of the either appropriated or misappropriaState Senate, Speaker of the House ted between $30,000 and 40,000 of the and Mayor McCarthy, President republican campelgn funds. If this Is notified, he touched th'j not true, these gentlemen have a button, the machinery sprang into ac- mighty nice chance to get all of Col. tion and the great show was open. If Walter S. Forrester's money by means Is far from complete yet, but still in of a libel suit. Their failure to Instifurther progress than such concerns tute such suit must be taken as a conusually are at tho opening and Is even fession of guilt und they will be treatnow a very attractive exhibition. ed accordingly. al Tub apothegm that alt things come to him who waits should bo changed to the U. S. Sontitorship sometimes comes to him, who eternally persists and is willing to make any kind of pledge to secure it. A few years ago V. J. was nn obscure doctor eking out a precarious existence by looking nt people's tongues and feeling their pulses. The business didn't suit cither his pocket book or his fancy and he turned his attention to the law. This too proved unremunerativc and he fell to ofllcc- seeklng. After many attempt nnd as many failures, ho was ilnally elected school superintendent of Crittenden county. Then ho aspired to Congress and failing took the smaller job of State Senator. Imagining like most men do with large paunches that intestines count far more than brains, ho at once turned his eye longingly tothoU. S. Senate, ran up his lightning rod and began to write free silver letters to populist members. At one time it looked very much like his ambition would not bo realized, but eternal persistence Is the price of achievement he persisted and what do we sec U. S. Senator W. J. Deboe. And well may old man Clay, long since turned to clay, shako his dust together and try to turn it over, while the shades of Crittenden, Breckinridge and Beck ponder over the woodcock's remark and unanimously Dc-bl, oe from Frankfort says Hon. W. XI. Lyons, of Newthat the port, is to bo Senator Doboe's private secretary and that in necurlng his services the Senator evens up things. Ho can't talk and tho Hon. William can't do anything else, that is to say if Han-naman Taylor, of Ohio, Is good authority. There Is, however, an odor of Improbability about tho truth of the appointment. Deboe has always been Gov. Bradley's friend and he .us good as made him Senator, while Lyons is decidedly persona non grata with the executive. By tho way, we were surprised to llnd that Mr. Lyons was an old acquaintance, having In tho years agone been a frequent visitor to this establishment in tho interest of'a paper manufacturer. Stnco then he has studied law, dropped into a nood practice and Is now serving his second term In the Legislature and playing tho role of statesman at $0 a day. A 's dispatch A CAKEFUL perusal of Mr. Cleveland's remarks at tho $12 a plate dinner given by the New York Club of millionaires, furnishes no solution for the savage attack made on the by Mr. Watterson nor grounds for believing that it was a bid for a third term. The speech reads almost ct C.-J- Andy Bradley fatally stabbed Lawrence Forest near Paducah becauso ho Brutus Clay, of Madison, Is slated for paid too much attention. to tho former's wife at a dance. the Switzerland mission. A magnlfiolont Confederate monuTho Rev. Isaac S. Hopkins, of AtlanHon. been selected for ment was unveiled at Dallas. ta, is said to have John H. Reagan delivered a eulogy on to G eece. minister Miss Nora Wilkorson received tho Jefferson Davis. democratic nomination for superlten- - Shortly after her death In tho Daa widow's viess county dent of schools In Clark county. colored, of Tennessee, claim for WyO pension was allowed by J. C. Napier, Is s.ild to be well to tho front In the the government. Emmett Moss, a Paducah school boy, contest for register of the treasury Senator stabbed his teacher, Mrs. Ella Wilcox, On his way home to Marlon n In tho hand with a knife, when she at Deboe was given an enthusiastic Culdwoll county republicans tempted to whip him. hv Phillip Jackson, a wealthy cotton at Princeton and at home a brass band planter of Sumter county, (in., was and a banquet awaited him. A Washington dispatch says that one worked to tho tuno of $0,500 cash, by t from Dr. Hunter will be two gold brick sharpers. Fltzslmmons, champion of the world, 10 Deboe signatures when It equal to cutting or lvontucKy pie. was arrested In Pittsburg and sued for comes to the SiTi.OOO on nccount of his dog frightenFiddlesticks! A Richmond correspondent of tho ing a traveling salesman. Tho Greeks are still at It with tho nMmnnt Sun. savs that tho gold dem Virginia, will probably nomi Turks usually on top. Tho Interferocrats of d nate a State ticket, which may uo neau-e- ence of tho Powers Is promised every day, but it does not materialize. William E. Cameron. by William Rummol, a Paducah brute, McKlnley decided not to President IntorU'va In the case of Joseph Dnnlap, Is In jail for attacking his proprietor of a Chicago iMipcr who was mother while he was drunk and pulling sentenced to prison for publishing and a hand full of hair from her head. AlbertG. Porter Is dying at sending obsceno matter through the his home In Indianapolis from the efmalls. which beAs soon as Kentucky republicans can fects of a protracted illness of their gan with a slight stroke of ajniplexy. tret tho hayseed off tho person An Illinois Central passenger train 8100,000 Senatorial beauty, they will Washing- rolled down an embankment near place him on exhibition at n Strange to say, nobody was ton to shine ns tho first and last icpub-llcakilled or seriously injured, though some Senator from Kentucky. Post persons painfully. John G. Carlisle says: "I think I am The public debt, less cash In tho in position to say that Mr. Cleveland treasury, April 30, was sM)i3,214,132, a is not seeking and does not ucsiro an for the month of &r,718,(K,8, other election to tho presidency. Hu decrease principally accounted for by a single gold stan which is Aitnnlv believes in a corrcsjKindlng increase in the cash. dard, and. like the other leaders of the The ro'Hrtof the director of tho mint party, is doing all ho can to further Its shows thatduring tho month of April cause." of the U.S. mints was Nestnlth, of Oregon, saidhcspcnthis tho total coinage .SOOOO won $10,410,030. Of this amount first six months in Washington be in the was In gold, Sl.oXi.OOO In silver and dering how he happened to Of the sliver In minor coins. Senate, and the remainder or ins term $74,SO SI, 400,000 was In standard dolcoinage trying to figure out how the other don George Davison Is lars. keys got there. doubtless experiencing the same sort POLITICS Glorious Summer Is coming, tho tlmo wo all want to dross In our host and onjov tho 'beauties of niiturc W'n wiM'o imvnr lii'ttnr ((llltoDL'd to flirillsb ninri, llinSi nnv nllmr cnitsuti nt Mill voir you nnythlng you want in men's wear or women's wear; anything from shoo strings ., , ..... . .. .ll I S.I....I . . to a suit ot uiotnos lor men ituii anytiitng irom a paper oi pint to a inn iiuiuauvu drey s for Indies. L )ok at our line of ioor-hous- e, ....... wel-nnm- In.lni-Mimon- They are braiifl new. Look at our men's 15 suits; look at our 50c. It is the host on earth for tho money . Look at our I)rc Goods; look at our 60 nnd 7fc Corset", Look nt our ex-Go- ld Ex-Go- v. nt our now line of ladles' dress skirts Of under muslin skirts at i!5c nnd up. received in brand new patterns; black, figured plaids in nil colors, finish ready just for uce, price il Uo to f 4 each Kxntnluu our handsome lino of Iok h. To be given nway to our cash customers, A handsome. Hroiue Clock with every purchase or a handsome piece of Presents SILVERWARE With every 125 30 purchase. I of wonder. A. UUHAXSKY A CO , l'ltornirrona of It is said that the reason the repub- Is a candidate for Justice of tho 'ii" nocommittee this magisterial district. subject to tho lican State central T. D. KAXKY, Manaokh. democratic arty. until Auirust 10, their conven tion of tho Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Itardstown, Lawrencehurg, fynthiana, Versailles, Ktul tion for the nomination of a candidate : nence, Georgetown, Kliznbcthtown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. for clerk of tho court of apjeals was to a Tho stockholders of tho Stanfo.d & give the "National democrats" turnpike nro requested to meet chance to nominate a candidate, who Trust Co. V otllco at the probability be endorsed by at 2 r. Farmers Hank anil lSiT. for thr puwould In all m. Mondav. May 10. SEE OUH- the republican convention. rine of oloctlng'dlroctors for tho ensuing JOHN I CASH. I'rvsldent. In Bell county Saturday the republi- j oar. C. cans nominated for judge, John : clerk of circuit court, William county attorney, E. N. Holllngsworth; CarjM'ntorV Staost-noned J; E. LYNN THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Turnpike Election. Htn-tonvll- lo -- Col-so- n; Turnpike J. Eleotion. Ven-dom- Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIKCER. HARNESS, &C. llcst and Largest Line of Implement in town See us before buying. d, Davis; sheriff, J. C. Conway; assessor, James F. Rice. The race between P. J. Woolums and J. M. Green for jailer your. will have to be decided by the official Tho Ingrum; clerk of county court, W. T. tion. Huston villo and stockholders of tho Moroland Station o turnplkoaro requested to meet at tho Hotel In Hustonvlllo on Saturday afho ternoon at 2 o'clock Slav 13. 1M. for the ensuing iiuriKso of electing dins-tors fr K. HAl'OU.MAN, l'mddent. returns. Tho republican State convention will The bo held August 10 at Louisville. State committee changed tho basis of representation from 200 to 100, which will still give over 1,000 delegates to The committee re the convention. moved W. E. Riley, of Louisville, from the position of secretary of the commit tee. K. J. Hampton, of the tutn uis- trict, was chosen to succeed him. Commissioner'sSale LINCOLN PRiCES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before, Satisfaction Guaranteed. CIRCl'lT . J. S. in ivquiiy. Hv vlrtuo of a Judgment mill order of salo of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered nt Its special April term. lsUT, In tho above styled action, tho undersigned Commissioner will. A.C.. Owsley, Jr., Trustee, COURT. A.C, vs. W. 11. B. K. WEAR EN A SON. m m m rm IfcTi On Monday, Juno 1 1897, M as News Briefly Told Al Klnir was arrested at Winchester charged with killing W. T. Collins 25 years ago. The Fiscal court of McCraken bought the gravel roads of the county for $43,000. Thomas Haygood, aged 03 was fatally hurt while playing base ball at door In Stanford, lloforo tho court-hous- o sell to tho highest and Ix'st bidder al public outcry tho following, descrllicd property, tv- wlt: s Reduced nt Prices vr-- T bTi Z.' H & .A. is tho The most inconsistent of sheets. It says that the appointment of Capt. Noel Gaines to Inspect certain military companies is an outrage, since he is under Indictment at Frankfort for conspiracy to bribe and yet this same paper pulled off its shirt and squalled Itself hoarse to get Hunter elected U. S. Senator, after he had been indicted for the same offense. It makes a great deal of difference whose ox is gored, especially when a fellow wants to' keep up a row any way, us tho Commercial does for having its favorite sat down upon and spat upon. Louisville Commercial IN order to stop moonshlnlng, which has reached a point beyond control, the secretary of tho treasury will recommend a reduction In tho tax on spirits. This seems to be kinder coming to the position of John D. White, who has made two races for Congress on the platform of an entire repeal of the whisky tax In the Interest of honesty and the removal of any necessity for moonshlnlng. business, has nn amusing picture of Grovor Cleveland in regimentals, beating a drum and calling to his men to and Common- fall into line. Only Carlisle, Wilson judges Pro tem. wealth's attorneys will hereafter bo and Olnoy appear and these few in rug, paid out of tho salaries of tho regular tag and bob tail, march as the head, officers, unless they will swear that centre and rear of boltocrats who are they had legal excuse for not attending to redeem democracy and the rest of to tho business. Both Houses havo mankind. passed tho bill and tho governor will Czar Reed says that no gentleman doubtless sign It. The law will stop u will confess to over 200 pounds weight. very large leak In the treasury and fa- Senator Deboe says he pulls tho beam vorites v? Ill have to look other ways for at 215 now and at 22oJwhen legislative support than from tho State. Individ- duties do not bear too heavily on his uals do not pay two men to do the same massive mind. The Czar will perhaps work and the State, which is simply an change his mind though, when the now aggregation of Individuals, .should not Sonator straightens himself up, Inllatcs bo forced to do so either. his big bosom and with lire In his eyo asks: "I wonder if ho means me." Judge Alcorn, of London, is judge pro torn, this week, while Judge Clark out THE is out among the people, asking them in a edition Sunday, thereby to nominate him for showing that competition la tho lifo of News. This is another proof trade and that tho prosperity promised that tho bill requiring pro tem. judges tho faithful is grudually coming to Its to be paid out of the regular judge's most honored prophet. Tho salary, is absolutely necessary. The republicans are almost unaniState should not be made to pay Judgo when he Is off attending to his mously opposed to tho civil service law Clark, own business, and Judgo Alcorn too. and this for two reasons. Ono is that Twenty dollars a day la a good deal to they want to put their men in and tho pay for a court in tho present condi- other that many of their men can not pass the examination. tion of the State treasury. Courlor-Journal.;blossom42-paBar-bourvll- lo The Cincinnati Post, which has one of the brightest carricaturlts in the Situated In Lincoln county and lwunded as m follows: llcgluulng at a stake as feet from it tho centre of tho Uiulsvlllo and Nashville 1'h'k.t for T'4 con to and many pretty patA largo assortment of & Railroad, thence N. 41 E. 20 poles II links to & terns on the laud of a stono at tho fence Owslov farm, thenco his lino N. C'J K. lu:i : polos to a stono In tho laud, corner to said Cen-truli- a, Uwslov and Mrs. Dmlderar, thenco her lino i!" Call nnd along'sald lino N. 52 V. 23 jioles ) links to a samples. Everything at selling prices. Mo. ra & stake, thenco N. 47 V. 10S polos ton white K Muslck, tho wife murderer, and oak tree, thenco N. M V. 23 Hles III links Dan K Mi thenco N. hi W 08 his brother were killed by a posse in to a stono near a stump, In tho Duddorar's m poles Is links to a stako f&l Milt road outside of tho gate where u sugar Floyd county. DKUGG1ST, STANFORD, KY. re?' H 62 Two men were killed and nine badly tree was called for. thence S. 4S V. tho polos MI cen.&. to a stake In said road ,'i:t foot from Injured by a saw mill explosion near tre of tho railroad, thenco S. 14 J K. 31 jsjles &fr:fcfti ,,...... . .. - ,.i aavM to tho centre of tho Danville and Crab OrchParkersburg, W. Va. ard turnpike, thenco with centre of tho said Thomas Webb, of Lima, 111., drank plko N. ft" K. 10 poles, thenco leaving said a quart of whisky In seven minutes and plko with tho railroad lino S. 3s E. so poles to a telegraph jmiIo, thenco S. 37)$ E. 11 jiolcs died In less than an hour. Is. links to another telegraph pole, thenco . John Williams, aged 15, died at 31 E. It poles 17 links to another telegraph K. Youngstown, O., after hiccoughing k)Io, thenco S. 31)$ 100 17)4 poles to tho 31 Acres 1 Itood and containing night und day for a week. Poles, except so much therof as was sold by und Koehlor .McAllstor to Hundreds of lives are thought to have Joseph Duddurar, two Christian tracts, and by Wo havo added a splendid line pf Clothing to our well (selected Block of General V. 11. small been lost from an earthquake followed Win. Tiddler and wlfo to J. V. 1'lorouce, Merchandise and aro now prepared to by a tidal wave In the Leeward Islands. leaving aliout 107 acres, bo tho samemoroor John II. Worts, the first extenslvo less. said tract of land will to sold as a Tho clothing manufacturer in America, whole, for the purjKiso of settling up tho trust estate anil out of tho proceeds there Any thing you want from an evcry-da- y, died In tho Insane asylum at Lexing- will Ihj first paid tho Hon debt of V. M. Tidsuit to a wedding outfit. Our Htock of ton. with Interest thereon from tho dler of A brute at Streator, 111., angered be- SMli day of August, ishl), subject to a credit of 500 nald Teb. 1. ts7. cause he was asked a trivial question, I Terms of Sale: In two ejual Installments split open a little child's head with a I of G und!:.' months, Is'arliig Interest from day of salo until paid, payable to tho Shoes, Phlnnware, Glassware, Qnconsware, Ac,, was never moro complete. spade. and having the force and o, licet of Notions, Grand Judgments. Lion retained, half-witte- d farmer near A R. C. WARRT.N. Com'r. Forks, N. D., killed four of his neigh- Tract of La xid., Xf On my Entire Stock of new r Wall Paper. $ m At 5 s-- Oents m sl Bolt. ti W. B. MoAOBISXVrS. -- MM(ivav.a..iinv..w MMnmm Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Com-mlsslo- ncr bor's sons and then left for parts known. uni FARRIS 6k HARDIN, At midnight on the 30th local option became operative In Winchester and now for the first tlmo In its history it is a Tornado Insurance i Higft Locust Herd Reg. Poland GUinas. -'to The tunnel under Pike's Peak bo the longest in tho world and Work is now procost $20,120,000. gressing rapidly. A. Lewlston woman died last week who was told 20 years ago by numerous physicians that she could live but a short time. Eight of those doctors died before she did. Mary, Lula and John Hatfield were burned to death In Hancock county, Tcnn. Their mother had locked them up in a cabin and was gono to visit a neighbor. "dry" town. Headed toy U. S. MODEL, DO. 38,353. Cyclone Tornadoes and Wind Storms ure Son of Klover's .Model, No. U.TIK, tho greatest breeding hoj; IIvIiil', and HUNDLEY'S propi so numerous and destructive that tho CLAUDE, No. 1S.CU1, hon of tho World Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, will erty owners should toppy yotniR lonrs ready for cervleo. A few kIiow jjllu old enough to breed, and bred mjwh In every respect, with for wilo, Thlrt Mock In strictly first-cla- ss a will pedigrees, l'rlcen reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed, wrltoyour wants or como and I Protect Their Property hCO II1V A few fresdi Jersey Cowh Eirirs. 31 for i:i. llO'R. for halo. Thoy aro good onos. Also Mammoth I'eklu Duck A. K. HUNDLEY, llox 1U5. Danvlllo. Ky. From them as well as from Tiro and Lightning. Tornadoes and Tires are liable to occur ntany time. So take out a policy In any of my companies. None but trmfdm ivlK. Vjk 1 FIRST 0LA8S COMPANIES ! Represented. JESSE D. WEA3E1T, General Agent, - - - - Stanford, Ky. )!$ mmrJwwfm. rm " yfiSljtj&l&r mwfi4&frj JW8i . . I'iihUMtTiDlfiili.gftiWtfct'ifrtuMI t nrff feaMI&M "V x to look llko the cowardly THE INTERIOR JOURNAL KY. Club CoHeo turnpike raiders aro getting to tho end only, ut Hlgglns it it Son. of their rope. Plnkorton's detectives MeKinney's. have been at work in Mercer and four May 4, 1897 Garden Hoch, Hakes and Forks at to J. II. Carter, of Halls Gap, has had men nro already in jail for their outStanford, Ky., olo-,down his distillery on account Warren it Shanks'. rages while others have to make themof the iliness of his whisky-makeMr. selves scarce. Let tho good work go Samtli: lot of lap dusters at whole- Milton Warren. E. C. Walton, IJusinus Maxaokk. till every man of them looks through sale cost. Hlgglns it McKlnney. IX the 12 days Mr. M. F. Flkin was at bara. Al.AIIASTI.VK, thu LM'Cilt Willi lllllsh, Gardkn seeds of all kinds in bulk i.oiKinon no added .1 new members to Mr. J. C. McClary, the undertakIs iimdu in l.'i different colorw. Every and packages at Warren it Shanks'. j tn Maceabeo loJge there and wrote er, is a handy man and a good one to coior is 111 HiocK now at ronny'H Unig over .'J.'iO.OOO insurance have around in more ways than one. Store, Horn, to tho wife of Judge James At the burial of Mrs. II. J. Williams Judge W. L. Dawson finds a. reguDenton, a daughter, -- Somerset Para- gon. lar announcement for oilico gives more nt Hush Branch Sunday no preacher PERSONALS. satisfaction than a card in one issue of was present and at the request of tho OUR lino of silk and fancy parasols Mlts. J. IJ. Foster 1ms been quite tho paper, bo had his placed with tho husband of tho deceased ho held funcr-a- l sick. and umbrellas aro services that would have been a Sever- others on our Ith page. Mr. V. N. Fii:m)S wont to LoiiU ance it Son. credit to a preacher of many years' exvillu yesterday. Howen, littloson of Mr. and Mrs. perience. May is the month you will buy your H. W. Mrs. .7. W. Alcorn roturhed from (livens, of tho Hubble section, Wayxesmuhu. Mrs. Hebecca A. dry goods and is tho time we oiler was bitten on tho ankle by a dog which wife of Cincinnati yesterday. .Muck Henry Gooch, died at her w. it. iiarni:tt, of Lebanon, is up greatest Inducements. Severance it his parents feared was mad. The little home near hero Saturday night. She fellow was brought hero yesterday aud had measles some time ngo and had to bee his little mm, who Is quite sick. Son. not Mrs. Anno Dudderar's mad stone ap- entirely recovered when she was taken .1. S. Young Mrh. T. I). N'r.WLAXU, who has been has been appointed with pneumonia. Besides her husband sick botne lime, is eonvafebclni,'. postmaster at Highland, L. L. Jurrctt plied, but It failed to adhere. she leaves live children, tho youngest Hrodhcad and F. W. Hice at Wil.MRS. DRi J. G. C'ARl'RNTKR spent at The court of appeals has affirmed the several days with her mother at Crab more. decision of tho Lincoln court In D. of whom is 11. Her remains were taken to her old home In Pulaski for burial. Orchard. JUST received carload of Prime G. Slaughter's widow vs. the First Na- Mrs. Gooch was a good, christian woMR. V. O. XkWKI.L, of Pulaski, was tional Hank. Tho suit was to recover Cypress shingles. If you here last week In search of grans for a that will last an ago uao want a roof a note of hers, which her husband gave man and her death is a severe loss to tho Cypress. bunch of cattle. tho bank as collateral for a loan, but her community. Mr. W. II. Caldwell A. C. Sine. Guilford M. Cooj'kr, now a both courta held that at the time ho and wife arc both very ill. We will close down our mill on tho had the right to so use tho note. drummer, s)unt Sunday witii May day and tho two succeeding days loth of this month for 10 days, In orhis sisters here. As tho day for nomination draws have convinced everybody that tho .Mlt. .1. 11. .MCALtSTRR wont over to der to repair and regrind our stones. nigh, candidates aro Increasing llko weuther like tho times is decidedly out Jcshutiiltiu yesterday to see his brother, J. II. Haugliman it Co. i potato bugs on the new vines. There of sorts. A cold, drearv drizlo. fre Hubert McAlister. Woven wire and oak picket fence, aro now about 2." announced for the va- quently changing to hcavv nreeinita- MRH. W. C. SliAXKH will entertain tho most economical fence on tho mar- rious ollices and some 2. more have tlon, has made this a most disagreeable the ' lCtfonomie.il Club" from 3 to G ket. I am selling it at about cost of their rods up hoping tho nomination sjieii, tno only consolation being that Thursday afternoon. manufacturing. A. C. Slue. lightning will striko them. The com- the clouds have kept the predicted Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Hauohmax mitter will settle the matter next Sat- frosts from playing further havoc with wont to Louisville Sunday to visit the FAIR.Tho Crab Orchard (moplourc urday week. vegetation, though tho cold is calcula family of Mr. Hume Logan. considering the advisability of having ted to make It droop and the buds to Simon Pittry, F. P. Petryand Alex a fair. If they decide to hold one It At a meeting of the stockholders of inn. estorday's dispatch read: "Un W'ostorndorf, of Otteuheim, formed a will follow directly after Lancaster's tho Knob Lick turnpike Saturday af- settled, with showers Tues exhibition. party to Louisville yesterday. ternoon tho following directors were day probably fair." Dr. Mrs. J. T. Siiarraro and mother, F.xcursiox. Another cheap Sunday elected, who afterwards Free Silver Johxsox has a bee in Fowler, president: H. H. Mrs. V. Iv. Grllllth, will arrive excursion rate to Cincinnati will bo in Clifton from Cyuthlaiia, where the former has eircctovertheQ.it C. route Sunday, Woods, George H. 1'ngleman, S. T. his bonnet and in conversation with an I.J. reporter he intimated that ho boon visiting. May ilth. A great chance to visit tho Harris, J. U. Paxton and H. G. Denny. Tho latter gentleman was selected sec- would not object to renresentimr TAn. .Mkhhkh. .LP. Ciianci:i.i.or, Thotn-ii- s Queen City. Ask agent for particucoin in tho Legislature. He thinks ull retary of tho ta.ird. Pencuntid Mis Mary Kliza Pence lars. salaries from tho governor's down went over to Wilmore yesterday to atn Tin: damago Biiit of Mrs. sJulia should bo reduced and would Introduce l, tend conference. TothkLadius. Mrs. George against S. W. Davis, the Mt. Ver- u bill to that effect the first thing; who would appreciate your paMR. V. M. ho and Miss Annon saddler, was brought to u sudden would abolish the office of assessor nnd nie Taylor drove down to Anderoon tronage, offers her xorvleos as seamsending Friday by their meeting at lot the magistrates do the work: would county yesterday to visit Mr. H. H. tress. Her husband died recently and she has live children to support by her Pittsburg and marrying. Mrs. Hoden, do away with tho board of equalization Gentry and family. it will be remembered, was preparing anil many of tho ollices that have boon Kt'UKNi: Caki'KNTkr, of Huston-vill- own exertions. to sue Davis for So,000 damages to her created merely to give places Is down with typhoid fever. Fred to party THE National Confederate Veterans affections and had attached his goods worKers and above ull things he would P. HIshop, who has the same trouble, will hold their annual meeting at Nash- just as he was preparing to move to have a heavy poll tax imposed and nl- was very low yesterday. low no man to vote until he find naid Mrs. Mary Ann Lkwis, who lives ville, Tenn., June '22, 23 and 21, Gon. Bristol, Tenn. H. Gordon commanding. Tho with her son, Dr. T. II. Lewis, suffered John - It. If ho could accomplish the above Miners Go to Work. Ernest WnrThomas W. Napier Camp, of Stanford, a partial stroke of paralysis a few days ron, assistant ugent at Pittsburg, was thero would bo little doubt as tn hi is booked to attend. ago uml has since been in a critical conhero Sunday. Ho told us that the min- election, but the question is, could he t UU lb .' dition. Will Improve. H. P. Martin has ora who went out on u strike a few daya Mr. J. P. Sandifkr is packing Ills bought of H. G. Jones his lot contain- ago would likely go to work The funeral services of Mr. Joseph hoiibchold goods and will move from ing live acres on the Somerset plko ad- thoso of tho Laurel, Victoria and Pea- Severance was perhups tho most largethis elty next week toCovington,where joining Mr. S. H. Haugliman for 8760. cock having como to terms with tho ly attended of any in the history of he will make his home in the future. Mr. Martin will begin in a few da.VB to operators. Tho first named have ac- Stanford. Only u small portion of tho Middlcstioro News. cepted a reduction of 7 cents on tho crowd could get in the residence where build two or more cottages on it. MR. D. P. Ham. went to Eminence ton and tho other two 20c, the latter Elder G. A. Klingman made a most ap Hon. Harvey Helm has bought of comiKinies agreeing to pay off in cash propriate talk, but the whole cemetery Sunday. Hy the way, ho hiw jnt received a putent on his window fasten- Hos Hiatt a pair of young foxes, which every Saturday. The Pitman Co. were seemed full of people when the last sad er, which promises to make him ho will keep until they are old enough to hiivo mot their miners yestcrduy for rights wero crfonned for the popular, to make an Interesting chase. Mr. tho wealthy some day. Christian gentleman. The last of the purioso of arriving at terms. Helm enjoys fox hunting nearly as SigJAMKS MARI'rof the Ml. Vernon procession hadn't passed the courtW. B. Mason, of Luncuster, was house, when the hearse arrived nal, was here yesteniay. Ho is hust- much as ho would the nomination for at the here yesterday en route to Lebanon grave. Elder Joseph Bnllou paid a ling for his excellent puHr among our county attorney. and other pointB on u general election- loving tribute thero to tho memory advertisers, who we are glad to see, aro of HritULARY.- - Miss Mary Popples' eering tour for clerk of tho court of ap- his brother and confidential friend, patronizing hi in liberally. house wan entered a few nights since peals. He is meeting with much en- Elder J. T. Sharrard offered a touchMR. H. C. Hockkr returned Satur and robbed of $27 in cash, a note for day from Colorado Springs greatly im- rent of II. W. Gaines, Jr., and some couragement everywhere and is very ing prayer, the McCormacks church proved in health. He is undecided Hour. Tho money and note .wore in u confident that he will bo nominated. choir sang a favorite song and then the Ho is thoroughly equipped for the earth closed where he will locate, but thinks It like- bureau and tho lock was tared off. ujon tho earthly career of olllco. having been In tho circuit ono who was faithful to every ly that he will return to the West. demand was effected by a window which olllco of Garrard for 23 years and trust. After tho body had been Mrs. Joskimiink Kvans and Mrs. opened into a room in which Mr. David clerk's and since lie was 1(5. The 8th district lowered into tho grave, Little JoseMarlliu MeAlisterarrived from Florida Pepples was sleeping. has never had a clerk of the appellate phine Haydon strewed llowers on the last night. Mrs. McAlister Is with Hon. H. C. Warren has yielded to court, while for 21 years the 2d, Oth eoflln, sobbing as if her little heart Mrs. A. K. Hundley. and 10th have held tho office and now would break, while every eye seemed Mrs. Cam Hays, of Stanford, who pressure that has been brought to bear have candidates for it. It Is our turn filled with tears. The floral offerings have been spending the winter in for month and announced his candidatime, Mr. Mason thinks, and so do wero elaborate and extensive. Tho J. North Carolina, are visiting Dr. and cy for county judge. Our readers aro this M. Robinson-Norto- n well aware of his unswerving integri- wo all. Co., of LouisMrs. Wyatt Letcher. Danville Advoty, his unquestioned ability, his unJailed. Mrs. Hiram Accllnger, ville, for which Mr. Severance travel- cate. doubted democracy and his faithfulness whose husband is in jail awaiting cir- a few years, sent a beautiful pillow of Mrs. Mary Skykranci:, Miss Laura and Master lohu Severance, of Leba- to every trust, so it is useless for us to cuit court charged with stealing, was Mowers, while R. S. Lytic, who my placed in a cell close to him Saturday resents tho same house, offered a love' non, Mr. William Severance and expatiate uion them. afternoon. Her house was searched ly floral design of the gates ajar. The daughter, Miss Kettle, of Crab OrMr. J. K. Lynn, who isu worthy chard, Miss Jennie Payne, of London, successor of his father, Squire Craig and homo of the tools stolen from the confidence in which The Robinxon- carpenter's car at Howland were found. Norton Co. hold Mr. Severance is and Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Haney, of Lynn, for hi many years u justice of Tho prospects that the husband and shown in tho fact that when he decided disDanville, and many others from a the peace, Is announced as a candidate wife will servo terms in the peniten- to go into business for himself, the firm h tance, attended the burial of Mr. for to the olllco to which ho told him to select the goods himself, turn tiary together are very flattering. Severance. was recently appointed. Ho is u good, and wife wore both taken to them over to the porter, and added "If V. II. IvIriiy uml wife, of Cut. solid, sensible business man and u conon an sistent democrat, who will poll tho full Howland yesterday for trial and were you do not buy them low enough, it will Lexington, will start excursion train of 10 coaches of mem- vote of his party and tho best element hold over in $.'100 each to tho circuit bo your own fault." Had Mr. Sever court. Tho husband sworo that tho ance selected his own pall bearers he bers of tho Order of Hallway Conduc- of all parties. woman was not his wife, but she sworo could not havo suited himself more than and their wives through Indiana, tors OF UXSOUXD Mixd. Hugh Thomp- as solemnly that she wus and there tho tho family did In tho selection of his Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Indian old church workers. They were P. W. Territory, Texas, Now Mexico, Arizo- son, son of Austin Thompson, one of matter stood. Carter, Wallace MeKfttrick, A. W. na, California, returning through .Ne- tho richest men in Casey, was adjudgKilled hy Lightxlno. Mrs. How- Carpenter, T. J. Hill, H. T. Bush and Colorado and Kansas. They ed of unsound mind last week. His vada, Utah, ard J. Williams, who lives with her William McKittrlck. Tho honorary will nttend a National meeting of tho mind has boon in bad condition for u husband on Dr. J. B. Owsley's farm on pall bearers wero Capt. Thos. Richards, o became Order at Los Angeles and will bo ub" year, but rocently.-htho Hush Branch pike, was killed by J. J. McRoberts, II. C. Farris nnd R. S. and several times tried to kill scut till Juno 1st. Friday Lytic. Messrs. Will and A. 11. Sever his father. A few uiiys ago he shot at lightning about six o'clock evening. Sho was in her yard gather- ance tell us that tho firm will remain William Uolden, a neighbor, mistaking HOME NEWS, up chickens and was under a largo as It Is, "Severance it Son" und tho him for his father, but fortunately tho ing sugar tree which was literally torn to business bo conducted us it' was under CAM. and seo the now Oil and Gaso- bullet did not strike him. pieces by tho bolt. Her husband was the management of their father. line stoves ut Higgins it MeKinney's. I2d annual mooting of tho Ken- at tho barn and when he came to tho The Over$:i,000,000 of gold has been onHand-powrip and cut tucky State Medical Society will con- yard ho was horror stricken to find that gaged for shipment to Europe. For Salk. vene In Owensboro morning, liis wife was still in death. An examolT saw, scroll and turning lathe. A. C. continuing in session until Friday at ination of the woman showed that her Sine. noon. Dr. Steele Bailoy, of Stanford, neck was broken and one side of her F.Xl'KRT prescription work dono at who Is secretary of tho body, is down faco badly burned. Her shoos wero Craig & Hooker's ut tho lowest cash for a paper on Phlegmasia Dolens aud torn from her feet, but strange to say price. Drs. J. G. Carpenter nnd I. S. Wesloy tho latter wero not much disfigured. for discussions of Complications. Dr. Mrs. Williams was 2L years old and beOn Main Street, Stanford, SEVERANCE it SON will begin giving Carpenter will besides read a paper on sides her husband, leaves an thoso beautiful basket to customers toSigmoidoscopy and his paper will old child. Sho was raised by Matt day. Seo largo ad. bo liberally illustrated. Dr. Hawkins Hoynolds, of the Waynesburg section, Apply to will lead and moved hero some two years ago. THE ladles aro cordially Invited to Brown, of Hustonvillo, call unci seo our handsome, now lino of In tho dlsciiBslon of sovorul subjects. Af- Her remains were interred in tho Rush ter tho evening session Thursday usup-po- r Brunch grave yard at 10 o'clock Sundry goods. Furrla & Hardin. tVi fv'J attach ODIfcirtCD B1 orumake to any and rocoption, with dancing us an day, after nppropriuto services. Mr. UntnUL.ll Biz rlnd alt kinds of niUl.anit banka of tho Hock Hole, two attendant feature, will bo given at tho Williams, who ia an honorable, hardOx tho Icrulu.iopurAteor riuw. aihu wane sycamores grew. Ho Bald ho would not Rudd House, to whlchallviHitlngphyB-- J working man, has the sympathy of tho i'tifw2i$f jiuiu meal and graham llour. (nlnna MUVt tlint iMntKnnn nt itntltiwl E.B. WINGER. Station H, CHICAUU nrwl vuwtt AWtlU bang to thorn but ho did. L. UiUimuittlU lUYUVUl ; community in his great loss. I I . HlXTS to closo out cheap. Danks. ALL IGo wash goods, organdies, tup-pet- s, etc., reduced to 12Jc. Scverunoo It begins 3 The Columbus Clock .Mara the place in Withers' Window to buy U c do - m m e r, WALL- - RARER not need a compass to load us with 10c M Window Shades. Picture Frames, &o , is complete an.l up-t- o dute. We buy largely, discount nil bills, sell for Cash This alone distributed to our customers' buying facilities which are not afforded elsewhere fiSTOpp St. Asiph Hotel Furniture, Carpets, Paper, Bedding, W. IV. We lead tho composers of cheap advertisers for oc Our lino of &3.f WITHERS, STANFORD. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES;Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is and our Complete - 11 PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. Is doubly guaranteed at full-Hedg- ed MASTIC:i:MIXED f PAINT PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 3 'J to-nig- 8 S3 Given Away -- ! to-ilu- y m jfoj ( One hundred of- - Those Beautiful ''Indian Baskets." t 3 Hc-de- Cub-bol- Dl-ddrr- e, i b To every customer whoso purchase at any time amounts to f 1.50 or more we give a basket valued at ten per cent, of your purchase. Como early and get one, as . MS to 'llns Oiler Holds Good only so Long as this Lot Wl & I Lasts. Baskets range in value from 15c to 52. in II to-da- y, i SEVERANCE & SON. wgmwffl&mM&mG8ffismmBmi PAINT. BESJ2DyLEAD Beyond doubt wo have tho best Ready-mixed ' I'liinton the market. 0IL& VARni$I)G$, (0L0R$, At Lowest Casli Trices. F.n-tran- CRAIG 8c HOCKER, - Mr-an- d H. C. RUPLEY, TBBMERHlTTAILOR-- Is, Receiving his- - m m m SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gi"j him a Call. HgRQ THE BUIS-QiWS- Jo-hcp- S Ace-ling- er Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey KD HOBS, sows a B)ocIaU pleudhl lot of .g. of .lltterem Satlsfjctli.il Cuitm. ronJcncosollilteil. .ildrevi M"l,mm, R. H. BRONATJGH, Cril. Onlianl, Ky. aaTr le 1U& uncon-trolabl- The Buckeye Churn Makes hard work enfy. You can get more butter. You wash, salt and work tho butter before taking it out of tho churn. - m er TORE ROOM Will Sell You One on Trial. It will pay for itself in few weeks. and bee Call m FOR; it. Up-to-Da- te ft ZEZEHsTT W.P. WALTON. The Freezer. ofpump-inifwtn- il Most Complete and Convenient Freezer over offered in Stanford. Keipiireo loss lalor less time and less Ico than any freezer, only requiring f i om one to two minutes to freeze cream. We guarantee thorn to do all we claim and they are h Id on trial.- Very respectfully, Come and see for yourself. Try ono. HIGGINS S Mf KINNEY. ,vxvfcf V frm .gJsW"1 mf IV ' 2nmir mmmiii SJJM"iMyi'-'- ft VW""1- - fe CONVENTION. MT. VERNON, J. B. Robinson, of Mlddlesboro, . THE INTERIORJOURNAL 3?i1sltoiiO!l''--s.o3io.3r3;a.a.3.Xrlia.y- CHHISTIAX OF THK KNDKAVOItKItS KIOIITH DISTINCT OK KENTUCKY. Is themselves to God and new souls were born into the kingdom. no further than June 9 au.l 10 run Xote-tlon City. All tnlin stop there. The meeting came almost to a white heat of spiritual fever at the Saturday CINCINNATI RY. FRANKFORT AND morning session, when Mr. Landrlth VIA (lEOUOlU'OWX. on "Missions," afp. M. A. M gave his address A. M r.M. Ar 12 M Lvc. Somerset, 2,00 ter which, If ho had asked for volun2 35 s'iii 11 31 ' Jet. City 3 15 C30 teers to rise, I believe that many true Arr'icorgetown, I.v 9 150 605 300 c:w ' Frankfort, 11 55 72U endeavorers would have arisen. o 5 30 8 10 Arr Paris With the Saturday afternoon session S10 Ially except Sunday A. caitc the business and the reports of C.D.HEnCAW.U.P the olllcers and societies. In the Sth district there are 21 societies, IS senior and three junior societies: 10 of this number were represented at this convention. In all there are about 300 endeavorers in tho district. The reports from the various societies show that most all are alive and active and doing some definite work for the poor at home, for foreign missions and prison FARM AND TRADE. work. etc. Tho work of tho junior was full of Interest. The junior at Ferry-vlll- e O. P. Huffman bought of II. J. Darst (?) raised llowers and sent them to some extra good butcher stuff at .'ic. the hospitals in the large cities, the R. Ed Peyton sold to a Hustonvllle parR. currying them free. They ulso ty 50 barrels of corn at $2 delivered. made and collected clothing for the The fastest mile so far this year is poor. 2:1S, made a few days ago by Raleo. The Saturday evening exercises conW. H. Traylor has bought a number sisted of several short addresses on viof thoroughbred yearling heifers at!?U5 Absolutely Pure. tal subjects, like the following: "Tho Christ;" Three Essen- to ?2d. for Its great leavening strength ami Sympathetic Celebrated Frank Thompson bought around fcealthfiilness. Assurea (he food against alum and tials of a Christian Endeavor Society:" nil forms of .adulteration so common In the cheap a bunch of stock cattle at 25c "The Pledge:"' "Christian fellowship," brands. and a few hogs at He. Koval Uaki.no l'oVDKRCo.,New lorlc. "Consecration." John Johnson, of Boyle, bought in The Sunday began with a sunrise u bunch of prayer meeting, those bright stars in the Shelby City section stock cattle at .'Jc to Hie. every convention, for when the mind Is W. P. Glvens started Ills Three Bars fresh and free from all care, then we at NewjKirt last week, but he could do can worship God best. At the regular time the delegates scattered to the var- no better than run fourth. At a public sale of Shorthorns at ious Sunday Schools and morning Chlllicothe, Mo., 13 bulls averaged $131 church services. As we drew closer to : : Ky. the consecration service, everything and 20 females averaged ?31. ESTHAY. Sorrel mare with right Office on Lancaster street at Hesldonco. seemed to be coming to a climax. eve out: also vearllnir colt. Liberal re The Sabbath afternoon service conMoroland. sisted of some heart to heart talks, ward. Ben Ferrlll, A. S. the sale of Hereford cattle of T. At which led up to the night service. Miss Mo., bulls Surgeon Nannie C. Caldwell's talk, "Saved to F. B. Sotham, of Chllllcothe, Denti&t, averaged $243 and females $180. Serve" and another address on temperuWfflffi Nelson Rowlaud, of Lexington, reance, thrilled the attendants with inKy. spiration to larger things. The tem- cently sold the saddle horse, Kentucky, for 82,000 to Auna Held, the French UiSceover Mcltoherts' Dm? Store In the Owsley perance lecturer said that a man advissinger. Hulldlng, ed him not to take too active a part In Woods & Lynn shipped to Cincinnati their struggle for local option, for he d of hogs they bought & Saturday a , would hurt his trade, but he responded: at 2!c to Hie and a car of sheep that cost Proprietors "I have merchandise for sale, but not $2. one spark of character." After this them $1.30 to LIVERY.TKED&SALE STABLE The capital syndicate of the Texas lecture prayers were asked for special 10,000 steer City, Ky. blessings on tho evening consecration Panhandle recently sold yearlings. 10,001) twos and 10,000 threes First (lav Turnouts, prompt attention, very service, and It was evident to all pre$2(5 and $31 reasonable rates A portion tit your patronage Is sent that these prayers were aiiuwered, to a northern buyer at 20, IS respectfully solicited. respectively. for not withstanding tho hard rain the J. Walker, of Buckeye, bought in church was full. The meeting was led Casey county 1(50 stock hogs at $3.23. by Mr. Fred O. Wallis, and It was a GEORGE J. W. Miller sold two cars of hay, one glorious sight to see oneendeavorer S. T. another consecrate his life to to G. M. Patterson, the other to $12 per ton. Lancaster Re& God's service. When It was asked that Leavell at those rise who were willing to go where cord. A poplar log has been received for Ky. Box ever God would call them, at least 20, exhibition ntthoTcnnessco Centennial Has hud 12 years' practice lwforo all the in silence rose and gave their young from Dyer county, which measures 33 IK'pji tments lu Washington City, a lives to God. 11 feet in diamAfter the consecration service tho feet in circumference, weighs 75,000 eter. 11 feet in length, best convention ever held lu the Eighth 12,000 feet of lumdistrict was olQsed with that closing pounds and contains THE POPULAR ber. song, "God Bo With You Till We Meet Gooch, of this county, Mrs. J. M. C. from 50W. D. sold during tho past year Again" aud Mizl'AH. hens, 350 dozen eggs for $35 and ehickons to JJucklin's Arnica Salie. furThe nest salve In tho world for cuts,, bruises the amount of $15 more, besides nores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, nishing her household with ull the eggs hands, chilblain, corns and all skin eruptions. It positively cures piles or no pay required. It is and ehickons they could use. WoodKuuMJteed tuglte jierfect satisfaction er money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For salo by V. IJ. ford Sun. Same paper reports sales of Mclloberts, Druggist. several hundred hogs at 3o. IHlOMMQlMOINl A. J. Crow has sold his lambs for 23th Stand at the Head. of Juno delivery at 5e. T. C. Coleman Aug. J. Uogel, tho leading druggist of Shreve-porIj., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery Is the sold 500 bushels of wheat to E. J. This-le- r only thing that rurcs my cough and It Is the best Martin, Walter Tuesday, at 93c. seller I Ime." J. h Campbell, merchant ot Ariz , writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery Is & Co., shipped two of hogs to' UVU all that Is claimed for It; It never falls and Is n sure not colds. VV W f i cure for co9uiuptloii, coughs andKing's I canDis- Cincinnati this week. They paid from i ? VtU.W UU say enough for lu merits'' Dr New covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds Is not 3 to 3tc for them and got from $3.fi0 to an experiment It has been tried for a quarter of a $3.85. S. H. Bonta bought 75 barrels 'W INiJ century and standi at the head. It never disappoint. 'reu trial bottles at W. IJ. McKulierla of corn from C. S. Vanarsdall at 41.25. Drug Store. Harrodsburg Democrat. Electric Jiittert. of .0 00 a m Xo. 3.") The following is a Httlo late, but it was not received till Friday, with request for publication: Tim third annual convention of en- X' JSK. YJCYU IX AD $3 deliverers of the 8th district, of KenT Whcu not so paid C2.SO will charged. tucky met at Hustonvllle, April The whole convention wits in harmony with their motto, "I Can do all Things Through Christ Which Strongtheneth Me." The citizens by their hospitable TIME GARD. entertainment, covered themselves with glory. The little town was suddenly increased by nearly 100 temporary reKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. sidents; yet all were happy and ouch at Train leaves Stanford 07:101 nmUreturns thought his place of entertainment the U:30p. m. . best of all, ami to tills was added tho KNOXVILLE DIVISION. hearty welcome of Rev. W. W. Bruce. ,.12 37 p in deeply spiritual convention and 21 Train going North No. .. :i 13 a in It was a Ko.'.fi ..12 01 pm will long be remembered by the dele" South No. 23 " 03lp ,. " No. 23 " gates, because of tho presonce of such Points. l'or all a man as Rev. Ira Landrlth. Tur.o'ion TicKirrs sold. Tho convention opened with the Frihacgagk checked tiiiiouqii. day afternoon session and the evening Tor any Information enquire of session grew intensely interesting, as JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Mr. Landrlth explained tho "plauks" by of Christian Endeavor adopted QUEEN & CRESCENT. Rev. F. E. Clark. The sunrise prayer Trains pass Junction City as follows: meeting on Saturday, led by Mr. n v k? in No. i onu i !. .... 12 was deeply spiritual, when many 15 a in 3 ritwjnii ; J No. 3 " .1 A'i p m 1 2.1-2- 3. tgSKlkyi the guest of Win. Weber. Master Cecil Williams is agent for the new free silver paper. It has many admirers here. Large audiences attended services at the Christian church Sunday conducted by Elder Farrar. Three deaths occurred near town lasi Friday and Saturday, being that of Mr. Oscar Reynolds. Mr. Willie Sowder aud George Klrby, Infant of Mr. Tom The phonograph entertainment at e Saturday night was the well attended. Bryan's speech was rather indistinct, but tho music wiw on- court-hous- Kirby. 1 111 Lnn-drlt- h, -- ROYAI ! joyed by many. The temiHjraneo mass meeting of most pi til He The Mondav evening was well attended and of all breeds, attain thu greatest effected much good. A band of chil weight, fatten ea- song, dren sang a lovely temperance .ni ul ..... in'.'. nti v ,. tWJirjWlHJUVitfSF.'VaiHoiirH nud gilts Miss Lena McClure sang, " here is ready for service. Spring pigs, either nc.x, and My Wandering Boy not likln. All question cheerfullv imwervd. Miss May Miller sang the reply, "He s J. II. k B. J. McSOBERTS.Stanfara. K Down In a Licensed Saloon." Numerous talks were iiiado by men and womTo Tiik Nohtii. The Queen &Cre-ceen, who have the welfare of our city at Route has Inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Bluo Unclortulcor, heart. A good crowd attended the R. G. Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati Kentucky Hustonville. and Lexington. Free parlor cars and Williams Medal Contest, notwithstand- Queen & Crescent Standard vestlbuled Otlrn his services lo the people of West Lincolning the inclement weather. Miss Rts- - day coaches. Four trains dally to Cinand Cey counties lull stotk of Colhmand Ckmedal cinnati with close connections with all rlsalwavson band sio Williams was awarded the W D S. Carpenter. Manager Crescent trains and Miss Delia Arnold second prize. trains north. Queen 17 are without a peer in the South. The judges were Misses Georgia miles shortest line, unequalled train Roberta Martin and Mr. C. C. train service. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l Davis. The following little girls and pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. boys took part In the contest and all acThe Westertleld. Itnl.. Newt, prints the quitted themselves well: NannloiCar-mica- l following In regard to an old of for recited "Your Mission," McKen-zi- o that place. "Trunk ofMcAvov. N. A.iniuiv A: t veu rs In the 1... Brown, "Home Sweet Home," Char- Uv. here,the cnrtlo fitive ucd CliHiiiU'rlulii'i nvs: -- I lie MoKenzle "Tom," Llllie Taylor, Colic. Cholera mid Ilnrrlma Itemed ntu nevur 'Barbara Greltchen," Jack Adams. vmiMir lonp'r nletiiuro Inwithout rccomtm fniullv. I tuko Dell Ar- II." It It n peelflc for nil Iniwel disorder.. "Republican Government," A. locker, Simiford. IC nold, "Only Pair of Stockings to Mend Cor snlo by Crulg OF Muranda McKenzie, "SisTho Sest Eeni8d7 far Sheumathn. ter and Other Girls." John Baker, "In1'roin the ralrhaxen. N. Y.. KegMer: Mr. : dependence Bill," Fannie Sparks, "Lit- James Kowland, of thlt village, states tlmt for '.'.I jeat liU wife lias lieen a unVrer from tle Christel." RUsle Williams, "Little rheiiinlttlsin. A few nlghH ago lie was lu Co., ucli jialn that she was nearly cray. Hie Golden Hair." Miss Lena Newcomb. doctor, but liebad if u piano solos. cut Mr. Itowland for the 1HOO. rendered several beaut I It ri To-night- ," nt The Southern Baptist convention will bo well attended by persons ftom Central Kentucky elected as delegates from the churches in tho Bluo Grass. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. has made a round trip rate of one fare (which Is $10.83 from Lexington) from all stations, good going May 3rd to 7th Inclusive and good returning 15 days, with privilege of 15 days further extension of time ut Wilmington, if desired. Two limited vestlbuled trains leave Lexington at 11:25 a. M. and 8:35 v. M. dally and arrive at Wilmington via historic Richmond and Petersburg at 5:43 l. M. No other and H:30 A. M. respectively. line is as rich In scenic and historical points of interest as tho C. & O., as a single glance nt Its map will show. Passengers will bo given choice of routes either by Lynchburg or Stanton and Charlottsvlllo and muy If they desire, stop olT ut Covington, Vu., and vis-the world famous Virginia Hot Springs. Information will be cheerfully given on receipt of advice. Geo. W. Barney, dlv. pass, agt., Lexington, FOR SALE u 1 W. L. DAWSON candidate for County Judpe. H',1Jct to tho lift Ion of the democratic committee. N n Dwelling ltouo mi Danville Street. Stanford, Ky,, containing Nino Kooiiih iiiiiI Cellar: It'll all outlmllilliigH wanted. Cittern anil two llyilranls. Tho nlxivo irojwriy N In tho IhmI repair. Call on 1. A. IJAUGII J. It. ItloaiNS, STANroun, ICv. J.T.Jones, TIN Is a candidate for Hepresenlnllve oJ Lincoln county, Mibjuct to the action of tho democratic party. III SHEET IKON WORKS, , HON. HARVEV IIICL3I a cnndldate for County Attorney, subject lo dcmoctntlc action. I ST A NFO R D , KY, Solo proprietor of Dean's lllack Diamond lloof I- -. I'alut. talluiato.1 juriiUhol for p.ilutiim wood, melal and Inm roofs. Satisfaction iuanuileed All I a candidate for Sherltr ot Lincoln county, roofs painted with Dean's l!lak lll.iiiimul I'alut subject to the action of thu democracy. warranted for Tears. Dmler In Cistern I'limi nndttulvantzed Iron Killers. la!vanlud ami lllack Iron Hoofing of all kind. .'ltf JUDGE T. M. SIIJEIrON ll F. NORTH TiiyuoroiiHHKD 1 DUROC HOGS i"y: a candidate for County AWorncy.of l.ln-comibject to thu action of the democratic ln. J. n. lAXTON Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, subject to tho aclloii of thetfoiniHTat-I- c party. . J. T. JONES I a candldato for Jailer of Lincoln county, hubject to the democrullo net Ion. jr. t. suttont, GEO. W. BEBORO I Jailer of Lincoln, subject to tho the democratic pnrtj . a candldato fur to the olllce of net Ion ot : JUDGE M. C SSA17PJLEV Mc-Ferra- n, FIRE IHSUR0HBE. I a caudldnte for the nomination for Circuit Judge of this district, subject to tho action of tho democratic parly. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., Is it cnndldate for the tioiiilnntlon for Com inoiiweallh Atlorno of this district, subject to the action of the democratic partj sj Insurance Company, nilOOKLVX, GARLAND SINGLETON Is acandldslefor Siirrlnlelidt uf l'nlll- Sdiools ol IJnsuiiuntv, ul.'el to the aitlon of the Hem I . israilc M To-night- ," Caledonian Insurance J. I IIOLOAAI I. nn,ILI.I. ir Aushirilf l.lllisjlll ISIIIllV Jett lo the aUH o lae ot'iiioorauc iiij. llll -- of Scotland. -- POWDER Pain Halm and Inread of (hnmlK-rlaln'stead of going for the plislelan be went to the store aud secured a 'botllu of It. Ills wife did not approve of hi purcbne at llrst. but lieverthcle-- s applied the Halm thoroughly and In an hour's time was able lo go In sleep. Hie now applies It whenever hbe feels an ache or a pain and Hods that It always glMs relief, lie cays that no medl-cin- e which she bad ued" ever did her as much good The L'5 and 50c sires for Mile by Craig A lloeker. Druggists, laufonl. Ky. s KOUNUICU SA.1I UEL .11. OWENS uli;t RB.MAHONY.Agt, n JOIIX. Is a eandidtle fwr hrlil'i( l.lnrolii riMiHtv, ttr. lo tlieat il'Hi of the dmioevalU .sTASroltD, KY. lAMLKMAS. AM. I.lMUM E3IMETT McCOIUlACK Is a eandldsle tor t support tothn.cltvlt l of I.inndn e.iunlj', sub. he ileHKsrjtle MIljr. Vour esllitstljr solicited. of I Ar .11. F. ELKIN Mc-Kinn- ey "It is tie Best oa Earth." That is what Kdwards .V Parker, merchants of l'laliis, U.i . ay of Chamlicrlalifs 1'alu Halm, for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated and muscular pains, Sold by t'rnlg & lloeker. Druggists. Manfortl. Ky. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Is a candidate for A wssor of Lincoln rvutilv. sub. Jret to llie attlou of the dtmorrallc partr JOE T. EMBRY Jret to the action of Inn democratic Is a eaudMate for DB. W. B. PBinrZ", FOR RENT. well-know- BdRBEE 5 caSTLEHM. MASAOr.llS. AMor of IJmvlu rounlx.oub earucuvaiii jouropin. utt)X and n Hrlur I aud popular tin-eThe Springs, located at suit two miles from Crab nnw.w.n..a nnilHlnrr T.nuisville. Is a candidate for Awemor of Lincoln rounly. sub-g UUU1U1011.V .v..m0, ject to the action of the democratic party, lhliik-lnOrchard. Mugnlllcent water, excellent tin Throughout the South. the southern ni.1 of tlie wunly it entltlel to a Agents provetnents. Will lease at a low llguru for slim of the pie, li aks your supiort. tho present season. Call on or address C. G. BAKER A. A. HOWMAK. Versailles, Ky. W. -- A.. TKIBBI-X- . lx-n- l Agent. WILLIAM MOREL AN l Is a randldsle for Asvssorof Llnroln, subject to Hie action of the democratic titjr. He klndfr asks your Dentist, Stanford, NOEL & SON, the llallroad . SrANFOKD, - - - Kentucky. DEHLERS IN COHL, Order Oflico and IVsl Kichance, Crossing, Deit street, 11. supiit. PRICE, Corn uiul Hay, near J, B. HIGGINS, DKALEIt IN SAM W. MENEFEE sub- ject to the action of the democratic party. Is a randUlste for sheriff ot Lincoln county, -- - Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. HUnlns". J. Coal Yard, Mill Satisfaction guaranteed. DINK FARMER In Stanford, nsroTicB ! SHELBY SHELBY, car-loa- All persons desiring Ixicust Toils for idank fence, post aud railing or wire fence can find what thejr want at iut store near Cedar Creek, on the pike I also leading from Cruli Orchard to Stanford kecpon hand supplr of plank for fencing All lumber for bnlldlng purposes; nlwj boards kindsof and shingles. All persons denlrliig anjr article of this klud cau call on me ut my sloru near Cedar XI ti V. M.NUI.KTON Creek. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, a candidate for Jailer, Mibjeci to the of i!i democratic parly. nc-ll- ou J E. J. TANNER purly. Clerk, kuIiJccI to Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Is a candldato for Circuit the will of tho democratic GEO. B. COOPER Junction PIANOS AN1.)0RGANS. Decker llros'. I'lauos. Haines llros' Pianos. Klllngtou I'liiuos. I'lauos, l'Ncher I'lauos, A'C. Ilitey UrgaiiK. Hamilton Organs and other Makes. Sec inv Oo id . and (let M Prices lleforu V"U V. T. Willtn, Crab Orchard. 10 Huy. D. II. Haldwlu for Clerk of the Lincoln County Court, subject to tho action of the demoGoods Warranted as Kepreseuted. Olllce on cratic party Main Street. opNslte Klmoro'it Store. Stnnford. Kentucky. Co. Fertilizers and Coal. Isftcandldnle J. I, TOTTK.V S.vi.ksman. Farmers Bank&Tnist OK STANI'OIID, ICY. H.M'KINNEY, uf-t- jr UW K UUjMlffl y MAM, SC, raid up Capital, Surplus, - S200.0001CO 17,603 80 Pension Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, yBMOIMIMIsllMOfMlM Mm MOM mum chap-tie- d MOM0MMOIM1OIN1M OMMSMMl O0N OrvO AJN WXi vr?iMi Hy provisions of Its charter, deMllors are a In National Hanks, fully prouylcl as uru liable lu shareholders Mug held individually therein lo al the extent of the amount of their stuck the par value thereof, lu addition to theauiuuut In such shares. It may act as executor, triMtee.Ac., as billy as anjiidlvldual. I can now supply the people with I'resb Tendering our thanks to IIiomi who have entrust, Candy of many varlutles and superior excelbusiness to us, we trust they will continue tsl their lency every day. 1 am making It myself to do so, and we oiler as a guarantee for prompt attention to Mine our 20 years' experience In bankand guarantee satisfaction. Give me a call. l accommodations us are consistent ing and as .1. A. STKI'IIKXSOX. Stanford. with sound banking. wnKCTom. Xo. J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; W. II. Cuiiimlus, l'reachvrsvllle; Producer of combined and Kastern horses J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., tniiku tho that hell for good prices, will to Insnrv) apresS. II. Shauks, William Uooch, livWill .sell my large Poland China lioar. Nil-n- o ent M'iUou at Ten Doi.iit S, J. Kmbry, J. F. Cash, 'von. Xo. J.1530, which I purchased direct ing colt. Also Jack, Hoseoc, ut A to Insure A. W. Carpenter; J. H. Lynn, 1'. HKI1). frcm Wisconsin; a splendid breeder and lias a living colt. J. N. Mcncfee. orriCKKS. the frame to hold 1,1100 pounds. Also n few X. H. Horsey Ooldilnst ban produced u 1". buyO. ulioat, Ixilli he.xes, and class of combined horses that attruct thoroughbred S. H.SUauks. rrvsldont; It. Owsley, Cashier; go at Z'.l If taken ers and bring good price, regardless of guiJ. readv to wean, which will W. M. Hrlght, Teller before the 5th of Mav. Will buv ft g(H)d, les. IIKltMAX" DISl'ELI, CANDY KITCHEN. Money to loan on Improved city pro!rly or productive farms lu Stanford aud Lincoln county al Al wll CNTceut payable furnish lnds for public or miiratiu ollklalst Lxvcuton, Adiulnlstratornnr liiiarillans alrcaain-ablI Ire Inrates. Am agent for four of tlm surance Comwui!e doing business In Kenlu ky and holder In Stanford. Kdltlt palroiiagoof pmis-rtlUtc--s same as other companies ilolug Imslnen hero. WALL.UT.i:. VAI1XOX, Aat. 1 e lft UK-ra- For Sale. D0RS6YC0LDDUST ', Ottenbeltn, Ky. t, Saf-for- car-loa- ds 0MOr "BIG 4'.' itouTi:. The Heat Lino toaud From All I'olnU In Mlohlgan. H. D. PHILLIPS, FIRSTNATIONALBANK OF STANFOUD, KY. Gun and Z.ook Smith. STAXFOItl), KY. All kinds of repairing done al rewnMo rales Upholstering a specialty. Satisfaction gii.ranecd 1 Capital Steele $100,000. Surplus 315,750. f y MOM U-- fcXv.fMEI TOLEDO AND DETROIT D. S. CHICAGO. "While City Speclab" Heat Terminal Station. V CARPENTER, Hueatonville, Attention of the public la railed to the fact that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford. Under the prolslons ol tho National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount coualtn the stock, so that deiiosliors of tbU Institu- 'ramiM VVU(MB) IM1O1MM01N1 TrXnrVlfrlfXflflfXnrAllf ilfNnir-i- l J SJ IMUUlJuNMIJWUNNIlJJ FRANKJ.REED. M& G.F.A., Chicago, OKI I Klectnc Hitters Is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more generally uccded when the languid exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver Is tornld and sluiwish and (he need of a Ionic and alterative Is felt A prompt use of this medicine of- -' fatal bilious fevers. ion averts long and perh No medicine will act more surely In counteracting mnlfrelniFthosvtcm from the malarial poison, Headache" lndbWloil. Constipation. DIhIiicm yield to Electric hitters. fiOc and $1.00 itT bottle at W. U. Mcltoberts Drug Store. Forty-seve- n the Lexington Spring meeting U faro round trip via races, May tho Queen & Crescent Routo from all points In the Stato of Kentucky. Tho low rates will be In effect dally during tho meeting. Ask your agent for full particulars. 0, ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping Cars. Will carry a larger stock of Furnltura of all kinds this year than ever beforuaud will sell choiper thau anybody Plows: The Oliver Chilled, A ulcati, Silver Steel and Chattanooga and points of all kinds. Cultivators aud Double Shovels, all Malta make, the beat lu tbo world. Farmers, call In und get any thlpg you want from a buggy down. D. S. CAIU'lINTElt. Itcspectfully, lINlfcO OIN1 liMiril I.r.A E. H. BACON. IxmUvIUe. OM , MOMOMMOMO OMOlMOiMOINl COMFORT. No amoke, dust or cinmoro pettlcoated lawders on Queen & Crescent Route limityers havo been turned loose in New ed trains South. Rook ballast. Superb York. trains with every comfort. Fast time and tho short lino from Cincinnati. TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxtlve Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All Druiuiiti refund the munev If It falls to Cure. For In Clalborno county, Tenn., Rolland 8U Hurst killed Ed Patterson with a rock. NEW YORK. Buflet Parlor Cars, Warner Sleonln? Cars, I'rlvat Coinpartme it Cars, Llegant Coaches and Dining Cars. Be sure your tickets read via "HIU KOUH" . MAHTIN, E. O.McCOUMICK, Cen. I'a v. A Tkt. Agt. I'asaenger Triitle Mgr CINCINNATI, OHIO. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . by a fund of XQ,0uo. Flvo sworn tion uru statements of the condition ol the Hank are mode to the United States Government and lis ejeh year usmIs are examined at stated times by Koverliuieut agents, thus securing additional and perfect salet; to deixultors. Tlilslnstltiitlnn, originally established as the De posit Hank of Stanford In IMS, then reorganised as the National Uauk ofStaulord la 1C3 aud again reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford In W'i, has bad practically an uninterrupted exist. eiii- for U years. It Is better supplied now wlt' facilities for transacting business promptly and than tver before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, tlruis and Individuals solicited. DIRECTORS. Iancnster, table. m-ic- t Kentucky. 60 J.S.Hocker, ftW.zt&r!" l. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid t J. W. Itayden, Stanford S. II. Haughmau, " T. P. Hill. " K. U Tanner, McKlnney. W. A. Trlhblo, J.H. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt," eroon. M, D.Elmore, Stanford. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, " President; J. J. Mclloberts, Cashier A. A. McKlnney.AsaUtautCashlcr. Everything all trains. firat-clos- a. Por(eis J, S. Ilocker, orricnas. ,pMA. A- -. t .