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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897051401 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. 5TjgtTt;iigtir.iffam ..-- SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS. The Southern Hajrtlst. convention will meet next year in Norfolk, Vu. Tho rat l'loibytorlun church at Lexington has purohuod a 31,000 ple oiyim. llov. Sidney Williams of San Anton nio, Texa-i- , held a meeting at the 'l addiHaptlttt church and had tions. Elder .JoopU Hullou has changed his aj)j)olntment M, l'arksvllle to the 'llrst Snturday night and Sunday instead of the tccond. There arc hut 10 times as many saloons as churches in Now York City, there being 11, Dili of the llrst and only 1,100 of tho latter. Itev. G. H. Turner will preach at Walnut Flat Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7::t0 l. M. The ladles of this church are preparing u nice program for children's day in June. n Ituv. Lowia II. Salin, one of tho in Kentucky, Haptlst preachers a converted Hebrew, died ui his resiHe dence in Owunton Wcdnc-daonce held a meeting here. 11 Car-rolltohost-know- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KYM FRIDAY, MAY U, 1897. LANCASTER. VICINITY NEWS. A Perryvllle Negro ate 30 raw eggs NO. 22 bought a splendid horse of James Sanders for !J7.". The gold medal contest to be held at e the Friday night promises to be well attended, judging from tho number of tickets that have been sold. court-hous- W. O. IUgney METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, , atone sitting. Pineville is now a fifth class city by Legislative take down. Mrs. John Hash, living near Corbin, was fatally gored by a mad bull. Pineville has completed a SoOO bicy clo track and will hnvo big races on July r. Henry Bond Is the name of tho first Negro admitted to tho bar at Williamsburg. The Rev. L. Morgan lias announced himself a candidate for county judge In Casey. o Coal miners and operators In the district failed to agree on a scale of wages. Two aged Danville citizens died Monday, Mrs. H. II. Davis, 70. and James Taylor, b.". Jcllico miners are sending out notic es to other mines, warning the men to remain away. Charles Brown and Edgar Bryant were arrested at Harrodsburg and lodged in jail for making and passing counterfeit money. Tho Bell county fiscal court made provisions to have an Iron bridge built across Cumberland river to connect Pineville with West Pineville. It will cost about 1.j,000. Mrs. Salllo Brlles and daughter, living near Corbin, wero shot and badly wounded by a Negro woman named Lizzie Pottinger. from whom they were trying to collect rent. All the Jcllico coal companies have sold out to the Jelllco Coal Co., limited, which will next week confer with the miners on a scale for the year. A couple of wild cats got out of the crate in an express car on the K. C. and the messenger had to lock the car and let It remain so till Cincinnati was Jel-lic- SIDING, Miss May Z. Hughes, who Is attending the Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati, was highly complimented on tho part she took in tho Recital Hall A. G.SIWE, UJEILING, ta X STANFORD, NSS&c l.V fc KY. - v w X J Saturday. FINISH. - J y. The resignation of Elder Joseph Severance was accepted by the Mississippi Avenue Christian church, of Memphis, and ho preached his last sermon Sunday. He has returned and will live at his mother's. Hev. W. S. Grinstead is getting things in shape to Invite the Southern Methodist Conference to meet here in 1MW. Ho has secured the free Use of Walton's Oora Iloiist and many outsiders have readily agreed to help entertain the visitors. Col. L. L. Johnson, of the Stamping Ground vicinity, was immersed by Dr. L. C. Ford, at tho former's homo on Sunday afternoon of last week In a trough of heated water. Tho delicate health of Col. Johnson made It necessa- apolutcd Surveyor of the Louisville ry for the water to bo warmed. George- Port. J. I. Hamilton and John M. Far-r- a went to Lexington this week in the town Times. There was a h. o. t. atQwensborolhe interest of Stoek Fair Association. Two things may conspire to carry other night, when an attempt was made Hev. W. M. Jones from the pas- the turnpike bond question in this to oust torate of tho Trinity Episcopal church. county. Adjoining counties are adoptTho vote to dismiss was a tie and then ing the system and owners of stock In a general row ensued In which one the roads may assist in carrying It In brother mashed another's nose. Mat- order to realize on the same.lt being ters wore tlnally adjusted, the bellger-ent- s worthless now in two roads. This will fell on each other's necks and wept bo against tho principle advocated by and all promised not to take their the majority, but brought about by circumstances resulting from mob viogrievances outside of the church. Tho proved or raider law has many splendid features in it and meets the hearty approval of tho poo- pie here. If passed It is believed that Yt. y 'A , S It will have tho etlect of suppressing mob violence to a great extent. JUIXIK MJCAH CIUUSMAN SAUKLEY, The opening of two turnpikes has re- Democrat Nominee for Circuit Judge, duced the price of butter to 10 cents. i:ith District. The toll was added on before. In reference to such marketing the free system will be beneficial to town coplo generally, but the middle man or grocer will not fare so well. James H. Spillman, a prominent man, died at his homo In Lowoll, this county, Monday, in the HOth year of his age. Ho was a thrifty, Intelligent business man, extensively known, and was a merchant for (10 years. He wiuj a member of the Presbyterian church at I 'aim Lick. Two horses belonging to EruHinus Dunn died suddenly and in such a manner as to lead Mime to believe that they were jKilsoned. His barn was burned omo time ago and it is thought that it Is the work of enemies; but this may not be true as omo fatal disease is prevailing among horses In other sections. JOHN SAMUEL OWSLEY, Jit., Misses Mattle Walker and Alice Fox Voung are in Cincinnati. Gen. D. R. Democratic Nominee for CommonCollier has gone to Washington to pay wealth' Attorney. his respects to his friends. It Is believed here that ho will certainly bo The anti-mo- b Farm and Yard FenceAN That wo can is ' '' HEN SEE Save You THINK IT OVER More Money ' Than any other store in the State of Kentucky. Men's Suits For 17.50, $8, $10, $12 and $15. Good Value and Xice Fitting- Goods. - Legislature. The Senate killed the San Joe plague bill and the House killed tho Senate bill to permit all women to vote in school elections. A deplorable state of atfatrseonis to exist in the Frankfort penitentiary, ti which if true, calls for the most and drastic remedies. The House got mad over the continued absence of Sjeaker Hlanford, who Is chasing an olllce at Washington, and con-nlg- reached. Raiders derstroyed three more In Mercer. Col. E. II. Gaither and Judge Tom Cardwell have stationed themselves at tho gates and are collecting toll in defiance of the threats of the mob. toll-gat- es Children's Suits, From $1.50 to $5. Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. . MATRIMONIAL her husband, scalded him Into A Texas woman, who was jealous of Insensi- Summer : Underwear. Buckeye Hats D 1 ocratic convention to be held at Frankfort on June 2d, to nominate a candidate for clerk of the court appeals. It should be remembered that this is tho only real, genuine democratic convention to be held for that purpose and the loys should all get In the band wagon. Tho delegates from Garrard will take a "Keg" along. On Monday the whole force of tho Record olllce from Capt. F. J. White down to the olllce devil, Including J. t, M. Farra, an attache, and your were all invited to take dinner with tho nffablo editor, Capt. Louis Landram, the occasion being tho :211th anniversary of his birthday. Of course hi1 all went and partook of a dinner so shouting." excellent that an attempt to describe It would prove inadequate. CATCHING HADES, Tin' smiles and words of welcome from IS DAVISON AHOL'TTHK his devoted wife and her sisters, Misses ToiliB IMItor of Hie lNTi:iti"iit Joi iinm Altle and Jessie Marksbury, made the In last Friday's bsueof the iNTKHloit occasion much more enjoyable. The Joi'ltNAl. 1 see that there Is great dis- day will bo sweetly remembered as a satisfaction In regard to tho apoltit-me- bright oasis on the desert of life. Many of a postmaster at Shelby City. wishes wero expressed for tho long life There seems to be a general complaint of the editor and his excellent paer. wherever an appointment, has boon made. At Urodhead there has been HON. R. C. WARRF.N WITHone of the hardest fought struggles DRAWS. o since tho establishment of tho llrst I have been honored by tho people of pleadings of in tho county. Tho the people have been disregarded for a Lincoln county when I have sought ofpolitical purpose. It is rumored at Mt. fice and when I have not sought It and Vernon, I am informed, that Congress- feel like 1 ought not to stand in antagman Davison has been heard to say that onism to the desire of any democrat who all tho jKiwors between Heaven and may wish to be county judge, and I uow withdraw my name from before those hell could not prevent him from who will be charged with the delicate Andy Uaker or his wife at that place. Now I can't and responsible duty of selecting a hardly believe It, for a man with tho democratic ticket for county olllces. R. C. Wakken. ordinary sense a Congressman should have, would bo wise enough to know that there la a hereafter to most all ThoG.A. R., after having a big things; especially jwlltlcs. Look out, time In Lexington adjourned to meet George, tho history of tho whole affair next year In Bowling Greeu. Tho reU now being prepared and you and port shows that there are now 178 jost8 of Rock- in Kentucky with 5,017 members In your political mouth-piece- s to catch tho Ir- good standing. A J. Thaip, county castle county are sure ishman's Idea of hell, who Bald there judge of Estill, was elected commander aro two distinct places, one is hell, tho on tho first ballot. T. Z. Morrow, Jr., other is hackleburny, nine miles below of Somerset, was elected commander of tho Sons of Veterans and Mrs. Mary So look out, It is sure to come. Morrow, of the same place, junior vico LONQ RkpuhlicaN. A LlFK president of the Ladles' Circle of tho No Diffkkknck. What better is G. A. It. the Woodford county jury that valued HuiJiiLE. Miss Minnie Wood and over five miles of turnpike at $1, than the raiders who tore down tho gates V Claude Prow lit, of Ilustonvllle, are Tho one seeks to get rid of the tolls by with Mr. E. A. and Miss Mattle White. violence and the other by robbery In Mrs. S. J. Hubble and J. C. Eubanks tho form of law. Covington Common- are in Lexington. Elder George Gow-e- n will preach here next Sunday afterwealth. noon. t Jacob A. Nuckols, of Hopklnsvllle, e sions and sanctlllcatlons He says it was like driving nails into his body to go to Danville, where ills pan llfo was so well known and where theologians dwell to make other theologians, but the Ionl promised to give him 100 bouls and ho put aaldo tho llesh and went to receive the glorious fultHlment. Wednesday night there wero '21 at the altar at one time, asking what they might do to be saved and Danville is stirred as she never was before. A midnight prayer meeting was held at Woods' restaurant Wednesday when four young men wero saved. M'reach-or- s are lighting the work," said he, 'but the jwoploaro getting saved and corres-M)iidonnece.-.-arl- ly l'OST-OKKK'K.- S. 1 Hev. L. M. Lasloy was up from Dan- lence. G. T. Farrls, chairman of tho county ville yesterday, whore ho is holding a meeting and where the Lord is committee, has called a mass meeting greatly blessing his labors, having giv- to bo held here on the 20th for tho pur-K)s- e of selecting delegates to tho demen him between 100 nnd 10 conver- elected Judge Flippin speaker. The governor signed the bill to borrow .00,000, just before the 10 days was up, but let the appellate court relief bill, the Pinevllle measure and Investigation measure go Into effect without his name. Frank Kills, who was sent up for 21 years for the murder of young Murphy at Junction City, is clerk of the cell house at the penitentiary and is a trusty that l not even required to sleep in the establishment. He testified before the Investigating committee that 190 convicts were punished last month of the 1,210 In prison. Many are punished by being strung over a chair but most of them get the lush well laid on. He says he saw the punishment indicted and not think it too severe for the olTonsos. Other convicts testified that tho State otllclals had their washing done by the prisoners. Ed-dyvl- Summer Suits, Straw Hats, Xegligee Shirts, bility and beat him to death. It took a St. Louis woman 50 years to find out thut her husband was a when she Immediately Instituted suit for divorce. Thomas Morrisy, a youth of 18, was married at Valparaiso, Ind., to Mrs. n, Handsome NECKWEAR. Every thing in the line of Mens' Wear. Lower than you can buy them elsewhere. Lucindu Oakes, a widow of 31. Charley Allen and Miss Mabel Bate-maof Louisville, were married at Lexington while attending the G. A. R. convention. Miss Emma Clcland Barbour and Mr. James Edwin Ilegan wero married at the Second Presbyterian church in Louisville. Mr. William Cox, one of Estill county's prominent citizens, and Miss JjEUa Miller were married last week. The groom Is SO years of age and the bride n, J. W 'ill IWj L. Frohman & Co., THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. 4 m " "'' ""' - w 3.7. nt Tho largest paper mill in tho world will soon be in operation at Rum ford Falls, Me. The machine will turn out :t5 tons finished paper per day. It will deliver a web 150 inches wide, which is 1' inches wider than ever before made at the rale of oOO feet per or in a complete day's work of 21 hours It will turn out 0,000,000 square iniL-ute, Mrs. lrmlntha Smith, of McLean county, went to Iowa to wed D. II. Griffith, but both backed out when they saw each other for the llrst time, and she came back. Owing to rush of business we can't stock up enough to closedown on the 15th inst,, as advertised, so we will jftV IJJJj feet. of-tlc- The l.),000 bricks in the old tomb from which Gen. Grunt's body has just been removed, will be presented by Mayor Strong to the G. A. R. posts as relics, one brick to each post. Those lefl over will be given to distinguished individuals. Dr. 0.ias Puquln, of St. Louis, has discovered a scheme which ho claims will cure alcoholism by hypodermic injection and minimize the poison inoculated against the effect of alcoholic beverages, and destroy tho desire for iost-inast- or drink. Down-Til- l Mrs. Mary Bowman will entertain the Young Ladies and tho To be closed till June 1st for needed repairs. ; Married Ladies card clubs this evenff. ing. Anderson & Spillman bought of ! Lee & Johnson 2."0 barrels of corn at W $1.50 in the crib. The biggest wheat deal of the season so far was made yesterday when Anderson & sSpillman bought 400 acres of the growing crop from Farrls Sc Whitley at 05 cents per bushel. Elder J. T. Brown, who closed Ills pastoral work at the Burgln Christian church Sunday night to enter the evangelistic field, preached thore for Is now tbe order of tbe day and of course you will bo engaged in it before long. You v will need a 20 months. During that time over 44 were added to tho congregation, a $5," 500 church was erected and two flourishing Christian Endeavor Societies organized. Advocate. i Danville. I Not Close the 20th Inst., & I !' J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. Spring Cleaning STRAW MATTING H. Mrs. Potter Palmer la the most, surprised woman in America. Tho Tennessee Centennial has been running for 10 days now, and the Board of Lady Managers hasn't had a slnglo tight. They didn't act so civilly at tho World's Fair. One fourth of tho 020 members of the New York 13 Club, organized to refuto the superstition, died lust year, less than i of one per cent. It is suggested, however, that this is unlucky for tho undertakers. The Malory Line steamship Lena bound from New York for Galveston, was ulmost completely destroyed by lire. A passenger threw a lighted cigar in tho hold and 13 passengers were And Several NICE RUGS. I bavo them. Prices Low as Anybody's. Crescent has put into elTect round trip tickets to Kentucky points on Sunday at one faro for the round trip. A California fruit company is drying potatoes this season. The process is s of the woight, said to romovo and leaves all tho nutritive part In comWILLIAM SHELTON. President. pact form. Tho Second Session of 1896-9It is stated that nearly 700 Spanish army officers havo died of wounds or OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. diseuse during the last year, including full iniormation about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our New Catasix goneruls and 05 officers above the For logue. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. rank of captain. The mortality in tho rank and file In the, same time is placed at over 25,000. These surprising figures are from Spanish official sour- - The Queen & J. McROBERTS. 7 four-fifth- STANFORD FEMKLE C0LLEG6. ,vaa seriously wounded by an infuriat- ed bull. sulTocated. A Peading, Pa., girl has just recovered $l.)l,ti2 damages as the result of an action brought against a lady who culled her (the girl) a 'chippie." s old Nashville has a cau carryon a good converbaby that Thirty-onpeople wero killed by an sation. It is not, however, one of tho avalanche in India. exposition attractions. three-month- At New York last week, $18,500,000 worth of merchandise was entered at the port of New York, the largest importation ever received in the same length of time, Tho Herald says "the 'scare' which the rotroactlve clause of tho Dlngley Bill created among importers must be credited with this inrush." " -- V ll 1 H. C. RUPLEY, THE MEMHANT TAILOR -- h' 4 m Is) Receiving his- - GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him a Call. Guaranteed. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit i O-sr "'" T . ji.ifcraMfcrtirftta. 'rfrv.""l'rV'"rr'""''r'' ' m u ,tmnmmjmimtwtim nynWrt iyii jt,M jilf tt pr 1 5 Conkidknce does not seem to have returned in any quarter. Judge James THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1'. Tarvin, late a Bryan State elector, started out to lecture on that subject, and made his first stand at I'nris.whlch May 14. 1S97 Stanford. Ky.. proved his Waterloo. The people seem tD havo had no confidence In his ability toentertaln them with "confidence" and W. P. WALTON. ho hud a smaller audience than Ell I'erklns had at Hopkinsvllle. when TICKET. Charley Meacham or some other wit inDEMOCRATIC troduced him to the only man present Tor Circuit Judge. as follows: "This is Mi. Perkins, Mr. JUDGE M. C. SAUFLEV Jones, Mr. Jones, Mr. Perkins." Dr. James has as good as got tho U.S. - marshalshlp. The appointment of Miss Kate Reed postmaster ut Beuttyvlllo has stirred up the republicans In that town and caused considerable bitter feeling. ReirardhiL' the Senators' who voted against tho arbitration treaty tho Times says "they are grossly unfit to sit In the Senate of a civilized nation." New-York Tor Cotnmonwcii th'ti Attorney J. S. OWSLEV, JR., republican patriot has returned from Washington in no very cheerful frame of mind. Dr. Win. Turner, of Bowling Grc'on. who by the way was born In Garrard, is the gentleman in question and ho doesn't minco his words in condemnation of the gang who are in charge of Kentucky patronage. Dr. Turner thought he was in it for collector, but he finds that ho was sad- lv mistaken. He says that the mention of Gov. Bradley's name to the gang is like Haunting a red Hag in a mill s lace. Everything was sold out, body and breeches, when Deboc was elected and no decent republicans but John W. Yerkes and Sam J. Roberts will get anything. They wouldn't either but for the fact that they stand too high with the powers to be defeated. With such a delectable gang in control, the doctor is sure that the party will soon go to the demnition bow wows, unless rescued by patriots of the party. Hunter, who he claims, is a political mountebank, will be given a Federal position and be known no more in Kentucky politics. He is prosecuting his contest against John Rhea simply for the mon-e- v there Is In it. without any expectation of getting the seat. The doctor's Interview makes mighty good reading from the fact that it shows how badly torn up the g. 0. p. is in Kentucky. The leaders are fighting each other like cats and dogs, which must result in the disintegration of the party. The rads are doing more to insure democratic victory next time than all the gold bugs combined could overdo to encompass its defeat. Republican rule in Kentucky will soon be as unpopular as it was few of dayB and full of trouble. ANOTHEU hipnotlzed by Mayor Todd. On his demand the Senator bus endorsed C. E. Sapp, the A. I'. A. leader, for collector at Louisville, thus turning down Congressman Lewis, whom the president wanted to appoint, but would not do so without Deboo's endorsement. Sapp took an active part against Gov. Bradley in his presidential aspirations and was a McKlnley delegato to Chicago. His appointment will cause dis gust and further widen the republican breach in the State. Senatou Deiioe seems to have been the purpose of restoring prosperity tiru now Informed by the Now orlc leve- person. lling Post, his mouth piece, that pros-erlt- y Four-year-ol- Those who voted for McKlnley for Fleming county, 111., man lost a bill and later on lost his mind brooding over it. E. L. Hughes, of Roanoke, Vu., a brakeman on tho C. & O., was killed by his train at Ashland. On the 21th of July there will be a glorification at Salt Lake City over tho admission of Utah to tho Union as a Stato. daughter of Fred The Buente, a farmer near Evansvlllo, was assaulted and murdered by an unknown A 810 d THE SEASON IS NOW AT HAND Anil wo must dress well to bo in line; ami to be in lino von must neccarily call to seo our immenso stoe'e of Clothing, Shirts. Shoes, Ladies' Dies Goods, Notion, etc. It is the largest and best asset tment wu luivo ever had, at prices only excelled in johV. nt our linu of cheapness by the excellency of the goods. around the republicans to get them to nominate hira for county judge, but they gave him u cold potato in the shape of a nomination for the Legislature and he has returned it to them demoscarcely with thanks. go over body and soul to the crats who republicans ought to bo willing to tarry in Jericho at least till their beard be grown and not expect to take everything from those who have borne the heat and burden of the day. A turncoat oughtn't to be trusted with otllce any way. Such men are fit only for treason, strategem and spoils and should not be trusted. So-call- will have pie or nothing. Boltocrat Million, of Madison, He honey-fuggle- d TV & Gov. PlNGKKE, of Michigan, is too much opposed to paternalism to be a republican. He objects to a Curfew law and has just vetoed the bill, which makes boys under 17 liable to imprisonment for smoking the little coffin nails, because he says it is a parental, not a State duty, to correct bad habits in children. "Old Potato Patch" may be a crank on many things, but in these he strikes the right centre. There is entirely too much jiater-naliscreeping Into our forms of government. THE doctors are playing a leading part in politics this year. Kentucky republicans turned down one doctor to make another U. S. Senator, a doctor i to be nostmastei ut Louisville, most will be U. S. marshal likely a doctor and every republican doctor In the Stato wants to be pension examiner. Judging from the number of sores they are making on tho body politic, the rads will need all tho physicians they can command to cure them, if they expect tho people ever to trust them than under theJWllson bill. again. The appellate judges have appointed Evidently the Greeks did not sit tho stenographersjwhich the Legisladown first and count the costs to seo if ture empowered them to have. Judge they had sufjicient to finish the Burnam named Maury Brown. hostilities with credit to herself. AfSenator Deboe hus announced that he ter getting a great muny of their best would indorse E. T. Franks for tho Secmen killed In battle, they havo had to ond district collectorship. It is thought throw up their tails and call on the that C. M. Barnett will bo made surPowers to help them to quit before veyor of tho port. they are entirely annihilated and terms Secretary Gage has recommended a are being arranged. It is said that they reduction on tho tax on whisky from will havo to give up practically any con- $1.10 to 00 cents per gallon, and reductrol of Crete und puy the Turks tion of tho bonded period from eight to indemnity. three years. A dispatch from Lexington says that Gen. P. W. Hardin gets praise from Dr. J. F. Klmbloy, surgeon general on Lexinga quarter not expected. Tho is edited by Col. Gov. Bradley's staff, claims that beton Herald, which Breckinridge, says that if ho is a can- cause ho participated in a meeting which censured tho bolters didate for governor next tlmo ho will during tho Senatorial race, ho was bo a very dangerous one and if ho snubbed by the governor in rewants tho nomination It will bo given ceived no official notification that he to uttend atrong opposition to him without G. A. R. encampment such us enough to require a ballot in conven- tho State was sent to other members of the staff, tion. and ho says he will tender his resignaTHE Senate passed unanimously tho tion. Tho calamity that would follow tho anti-mo- b bill presented as u substitute for the one passed by the Houso. It is resignation is awful to contemplate. A a decided improvement, but it said that gubernatorial staff without a surgeon the Houso will not adopt it. Tho mem-b- general wouldn't do at all, and tho doca are afraid of their lawless constit- tor Is tho only man that could possibly be found to fill the place. uency. anti-eigar-et- to m ! THE District Committee met at Dan ville yesterday and, as it was authorized to do in case there were no other canof mine." didates announced by that time, deSenator Lindsay and Representative clared Judge M. C. Saulley and J. S. Evans express the belief that nothing Owsley, Jr., the democratic nominees will be done toward the reduction of the for circuit judge and Commonwealth's on whisky or a change of the bondattorney. These unanimous nomina- taxperiod during the extra session of ed tions are very decided compliments to Congress. the gentlemen and the action will Tho latest is that Hunter and Deboe doubtless bo atified by the party next are nt outs, the Senator having comNovember with as much unanimity. pletely ignored the doctor in tho pie cutting. Honest men may now get The Louisville Dispatch seems to be courtintr libel suits, that is if the Black. their dues since these political thieves burn following in the Legislature has havo fallen out. In the district democratic convention any respect for Itself. The alleged picat Russellville Hon. I. II. Goodnight tures of the 50 who stood by the He would be taken anywhere for a was nominated for circuit judge. is a brother of Prof. T. M. Goodknlght, collection from the rogue's gallery. The worse disfigurement is in the case of this county, but one uses the "k" of the Hon. Charley Bronston, wboe and the other doesn't. Senator Harris, of Kansas, has Intromuir looks worse than it did after some duced a bill In the Senate abolishing body "frowed dat brick at him." the interstate commerce commission ONLY ."1 of the rapidly disappearing and transferring its business to a board The prosoldiers of tho Mexican war were pres- of railway commissioners. good people posed board Is to consist of seven mement nt the reunion, but the ofCynthlana made them feel young bers and Is to have concurrent jurlsdlc- again by providing every thing for tlnn with other courts of tho United their delectation. As most of the old States. Congressman Settle says he has the fellows are past three score and ten it is .though that they en- assurance of the post olfice department hardly supposuble joyed very greatly the hop given in that no officials in this branch 01 tho their honor. The meeting next year public service will be removed, except for cause, until their terms expire, but will be at Harrodsburg. adds that he recognizes the fact that Mr. J. W. Harris, of the Louisville "where removal Is desired, cause suffPost, who often himself feels the mus- iciently satisfactory to the officials may es woo, is assisting tho struggling po- be found." ets of Kentucky by publishing both Hon. William B. Mason, of Garrard their pictures and productions. George county, candidate for clerk of the court W. Douehy, of the Danville Advocate, of appeals, was hero yesterday. Mr. Mawas honored recently with a counter- son certainly Is an atllablo and pleasing feit presentment and a nice write up. talker, and made many friends during his stav. He was chairman of Bryan Now that the Grecian war is practiand president of cally ended, we may expect to hear campaign committee democratic club in some more about the Spanish atroci- the young men's campaign. He Is true blue and ties in Cuba, news of which has been the last a yard wide. Lebanon Falcon. sadly neglected of late. And now It is proposed, says the Senator Deboe says it Is his intention Louisville Times, to create a tariff comto recognize the sound money demo- mission of seven members, at a salary crat in Kentucky, but cursed be a dem of $7,000 per annum, for a term of 21 ocrat who would ask or receive his re years. The republican scheme seems tho people In pubto be to put cognition. lic olfice and then make the whole ha'-p- y and prosperous by doubling tho taxPOLITICS es on the other half. What with penDr. T. H. Baker will be the next sions, salaries, "prosectlve duties" and postmaster at Louisville. "scurslons." Brer. McKlnley and Boss Henry P. Cheathum was nominated Reed are going to give the country a to be recorder of deeds for the District halcyon and vociferous administration of Columbia. or break a brand new double-tree- . Later returns show that D. J. Wood of Speaking of the was nominated for Commonwealth's at- Judge M. C, Saulley and J. S. Owsley, torney in the 10th district. Jr., without opposition, tho Danville Deboe has endorsed Roberts and Yer- Advocate says: Both of these gentlekes for collectors and R. D. Hill, of men have made excellent officials and Williamsburg, for district attorney. are deserving of not only tho endorseIt is stnted that there will bo a ma- ment of their party but are worthy of jority of at least six against the sugar tho supiort of every voter in tho disschedule of the tariff bill In tho Senate. trict. It is conceded by every ono that It Is reported at Washington that Judire Saulley is exceptionally well Gen. Longstreet, of Georgia, will suc- qualified for the position he has so ubly ceed Gen. Wade Hampton, as U. S. filled, and as his administration lias given such universal satisfaction there railroad 'commissioner. make car- should be no opposition to his The new tariff bill will from any source, nor to tho repets six cents a yard higher than under " and cents higher election of Mr. Owsley, who has given the McKinley-bll- l or Is simply impossible. The Stato department has received a report from Consul General Lee on the condition of affairs In Cuba. He says there are more Insurgonts In Cuba now than when he went to tho Island. Senator Call's withdrawal from the Senatorial contest in Florida did not break the dead lock, his favorite re ceiving most of his strength. It Is grat ifying to know that Call Is out or It any way. Being petitioned to pardon a man for selling his vote, Gov. Bradley said: "No man who has sold his vote once will ever have an opportunity of re peating the crime by reason of any act Georglo Green, of Miles, Mich., fell 70 feet from a window and suffered no injuries save a skinned knee. Gov. Bradley sustains the State They nrc brand new. Look nt our men's fi suits: '00k at our 60c lint. 'Hesl on Board of Health in its refusal to permit Dr. Stookdulo, a Louisville qunek, earth for tho tnonoy. Look at our Dres Goods; look at our .10 nml 7oc Cored. c Look nt our to practice medicine. e In Flomlng county Tho last has been destroyed by iitnob. The inmates of tho house were threatened and shots were fired Into It. BOYS : SUITS. toll-gat- A In Owsley girl recently sentenced county to a year lu tho jwiil-tentla- ry for false swearing, has been wrdoned by Gov. Bradley. Another leveo has broken at Baton Rouge and tho people have given up all hope of being able to save tho rich sugar lands of the district. A man weighing IfiS iounds was initiated by tho Sioux Falls (S. D.) lodge of Elks tho other night. Tho lodge Is now advertising for.u new goat. Of the 8o(M,000,000 worth of goods exported from the United States last year, 8."04 ,000,000 worth were agricultural produce. Dr. Hugh F. McNary, sujerlnten-den- t of tho Central Asylum for tho Insane at Lakeland, Is dead, which will give another doctor a chance. The hotly of Marie Flood, tho Louisville girl, who mysteriously dlsnpjour-e- d from the Mt. Adams Convent some time ngo, was found In the river. Baroness Hlrseh commemorated the Of undcrinusliiis, skirls nt ?5j and up. Look nt our new line of Indies' dress- - cUrts. Just received in brand niw pitlerus; black, figured plaid in all colors, II11M1 ready for use, price 11 33 toil ench Kxnmins our handsome line of To be given nwny !o our Presents cih customers n purchne or A handsome Itronrc Clock with every $;'0 hnndtotne piece of SILVERWARE With every '.'5 anniversary of the deatli of her husband by giving 81S7,flOO to the commitcharity bazaar In tee of the Paris. Ill-fat- purcline. Mrs. EllzalMjth Brand Woodward, widow of Chief Justice Woodward, of Pennsylvania, died at her home In LexA. UUHANSKY A CO, I'rophictcks ington, aged 87. She leaves an estate T. D. R YNF.Y, Manaokh. valued at 8:100,000. Near Paris, three brothers mimed Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardslown, Lawrettceburg. Oynthlann, Versnillc, Ktul- Whlttlngton, quarreled over a trilling nencc, Georgetown, Kliznbethtown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. matter. Henry threatened to kill George, and while a third brother was arguing for peace shot gun was discharged and George was instantly killed, being shot through tho head. UA 11 THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Tho present Is Crete's ninth revolt ed s mm The ! rently-inlxe- in tho effort to gain her freedom. She has been defeated by tho Christian nations of Europe this time, which means that insurrection number 10 Is scheduled for the near future. The mayor of Greater Now York will, after the first of next January, preside over more people in his realm of :it0 square miles than George Washington did in his realm of millions of square miles. Tho now mayor will receive 8ir,000 per annum. m Ql Home and Farm Paint. d I B Ki S: S I'lilnt, White Lend. OII, ViiriiUlie. Wtxxl Mnlns nml m I fc.- Carriage Paint. Price lower than ever before on tlm mimo strictly pure gixd our color en nli. o .! u.j te -- m i, ft : fti fl VI . Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry Poultry Yard. Co. Illtio-Onito tin Urintr. H you nulo money In thl'ilay am! tiiuii you iiiii'tkeop u with the tlmo ami ktv tliorooshiinil. Trivy nuiiiru earlier with a profit of mnru than M nT("'iit. Tlienrr iiKt'iiivnt mix olour yanl l ucli that tlirn'nm If no ihl-l- .In lirmK Wo Riiunuitti all nto (Vrllln hen II H, I'nil I'll (lumen. Imp etlltiKol 15 1J1, $3 li S iVlfhratnl I'll (imi SurlrCro.te.1 White 1'i.llnh White I toy It; fs W. B. MoROBIRTS. mi&&Xi!msm&& -- m i.: A won! ': ft'A.l DIIUGGIST, STANFWtl), KY. m H rei one-ha- lf 8KK OUH Ke.1 Cap, -' Mack Minorca. .M Silver I.ice.1 Wyandotte, SI..VI llarred Plymouth lUxk, All lirved" oeore ljve S0 ilnl. CIIAH1 IIKOS., I'm., Junction City Ky. S- tmirteil "' Ji .! Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, &C. Best ami Largest Line of Implements in (own. Sc3 us before buying. TORE ROM PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Itcforc. Satisfaction Guaranteed. On Mbin Street, Ftnnford, Apply to W.P. WALTON. All perwrn dralrlre !ciiit I'o.ta for tilatik fence, poet and rallliu or wiro fence can line! what they wantut my itoru near Cedar Crek, on tho pike I ako leadlliK from Crali Orchatil to Stanford kcepou hand nmpplyof plank for fencing. All aim Iwanls for luilldltij pHrpim-vklndioflumlier and MiliiKle. AH '"Twins diidrlntt uy artlilool tills kind can call on me at my More ne.ir Clar (J W. tsINCMrroX. Si Creek. , J3. jvJi-j-:-ji-Al'-- j K. WEAR EN & SON. i NOTICE ! itijxi'jai J&M&i'J&HZri-j&- jsa r.: eminent satisfaction. linDGRCAKIOG BY News Briefly Told Austin Ballard, four-year-old j !'.",, died In Madison. J. C. M'CL-ARY- . I 825,-000,0- untl-Himt- er ei child at Savannah,' A Ga., died from the effects of swallow1897. ing a copper cent. Campbell and tho horso Also carries a Nice Line of Harness Saddles, HriHles, 03 Miss Flora Every thiwj for Orchard, Lamiand Garwas 'riding we're killed by lightning den. l'ull ftocks of Ornamental and Fruit she Kuggy Robes, Horse Blankets U hips &c j Tree, Grape Vines, Arparayus and Small near Goshen, Va. FruiU. li e employ no uyent but tell at liv Squatp. Stanford, Ky fcjH Room Opposite Court-Hou- se A boy drowned nt Chicago, and a iny price direct to the planter. clephone watching him from tho in ojlice. Strawberry und yencral Xnrtcry man who was wzwm. Calamines on application Iq shore dropped dead. Jl. F. JUL I.ESM YEll, Tho U. S. supreme court has practl- - j Lexington, Ky. 03 cally given tho Bell Telephone Company a monopoly till 1012. Two Negro girls were hung at Hunts- ville, Ala., by a mob. They were The XIOKKLL MAGAZINE of poisoning a family. wants good reliable agents to can Phillip Beech, an escaped lunatic, vns for subscriptions. A very We havo added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock of General guod rnte of cash commission will ran from the asylum to Marysville, O., be given, or bicycle premiums if Merchandise and are now prepnred to six hours. ''2 miles, in less than preferred. All material and sain A Findlay, O., painter attempted suipie copies furnished free. Apply drowning, but his faithful dog cide by at once. pulled him out against his wishes. suit to a wedding outllt. Magazine, Any thing you want from an everyday, William Kane, a Newark, O., travelOur stock of 180 Summer Street, his ncctie, ing man, hung himself with Iloaton, Mass. which was less than two feet long. a noted Louisville characRed Klaw, Who can think ?onSi ter, dropped dead. Ho was assistant WaillrHU All IUHH thing to patent? Notion Shoes Chinawarc, Glassware, Queenswnro, &c was never moro, complete. Protect Tour ldeit tber mar brlns you wlih foreman of tho street cleaning depart- Wr.'te JOHN WKDDEKDURN CO.. Patent Attor. Wuhlntton. D. C for thdr ti.800 priM oHr Mrr.(Ut twp ment. of uBdrd taTMiUoB wtaud. Blue Grass Nurseries. U Praotioal Trimmer, SPRING, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 1 I !S35!S?SEii3S3SSI3E5l I EARN MONEY. bus-Mjct- mmwm. t-Mrxixi& Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. The Nickell Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, ., ta a iiArtuiN, -- "SfJ! " Mrfi unn.l. ""I'J ntii.ia. "It c -.. TZ .WiiiM.I -i- - rr.ii - ij- ."X)to loan on real estate. Apply at Miis. William Hick spent sovral ALL that this paper ask9 of tho comTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL days tvltti relatives in Richmond. this olllcc. mittee is to give us good, It is gratifying to their friends and Can't close down. See our ml Ver- clean democrats, equitably distributhe patrons of tho school to know that ted over tho county, and there will mont. J. II. Raughman & Co. be no such word as fall In NovemMay 14. 1S97 the present faculty of Stanford Female Stanford, Kv.f College has been retained for next ses Lot of sample saddles at wholesale ber. sion. prices. HIgglns & McKinncy. K. C. Walton, JJusinixs iManaukii. are worse this year than . r Foil Sam:. rip and cut usual and many persons have had their HOME NEWS, off saw, scroll and turning lathe. A. C tomato plants cut down by this pest of Tin: host Is cheapest. ThatV why TilK latest thing out in Chamber sots Sine. the Held and garden You can save all our imlntM, leml and oil aro cheapest. at Warren & Shanks'. Ladies. See our new lino of Delpht your plants if you will wrap u plooo of Penny's Drujj Storo. paper around tho stem before or after Cooic Stoves and Ranges cheaper ware at 10 cents per piece. Warren it planting. Shanks. PERSONALS. than any at Warren & Shanks'. 9 llL'KItAll for Col. Galther. He is deA freight wreck on the C. S. near Mil. S. V. Ha Vis and bride, of Mt. ItLACK Knnmul Roof Faint. .Guarknocked us out of Eastern mail fying tho turnpike raiders by collectVernon, weio hero Wednesday. anteed to last live years. For sale by ing toll on a road In Mercer, and trustWednesday. D. W. H. 1'KNNY wont to Louisville Craig & Hooker. ing to his gun to keep them at bay. Wednesday to neo the Derby run. Vioi.lt Talcum Powder, Violet Toi- And ltis trust will not be misplaced. Till-Stanford base ball team will Mlts. Wim.iam Dawks and ehildron cross bats with tho Crab Orchards at let Water for young and old people at Mobs are deuced shy of guns and other are visiting relatives in Louisville. W. It. McRoberts. things that will hurt their worthless Mils. J. M. Aiat.uson is visiting the latter plaei this afternoon. hides. Mrs. Mattiu Alvuixm al Richmond. Charles Ensslin has been appointIk you think of buying a wagon don't Mils. Ho Wilkinson and ehildron fall to look at J. U. HIgglns' Capital ed jHwUnustor at Ottenheim in place of FoitliEST Hansfoiid, an went to Hiii'kIii Wednesday to visit relWin. lliibcr. Miss Minnie Drye gets Orchard Negro, was arrested and placwagon. It Is a daisy. atives. ed In jail yesterkay afternoon by Marthe olllce at Itradfordsvlllc. TltAlNKU nurses In tho future will bo Mil. J. II. SOWDKU went to Loudon shal Newland, charged with bnrghirlz-in- g El) Dhyk, a West End Negro, is in yusterday and will extend his trip to supplied to citizens of Lincoln and adthe dwelling of C. B Mayes, a joining counties. Joseph Price Inllrm- jail for stealing a suit of clothes valued blacksmith, who lives near Mr. F. Knoxville. at $20 from James Napier and will be Reid's. Ills trial Is set for 1 o'clock Mil. AND MltS. M. S. ItAL'GHMAN ary. tried before Justice John Bailey spent huveral days with relatives in this i. M. Just received a carload of Prime Somerset. A: N.. will sell J. S. RICK, agent L. Cypress shingles. If you want a roof Mil. B. T. Conway, of the Southern MlSH MATTIK GlM.ll.AND, of and by early Telephone Co., was here Wednesday that will last an ago uae tho Cypress. you bus boon the kuuhI of Miss Lll-li- e train a ticket to Louisville and return, to see after his franchise, which is A. C. Sine. MeCormack. good to attend the Futurity and return about to expire. He finds that our peoMllS. 1). U. Ku.MISTON and Miss Kiln Showers continue to fall and more on tho 17th at one fare plusoO cents. ple do not take much stock In nn exare promised. Tho signal service says Watson, of Crab Orchard, weru hero tho weather Is unsettled and showers shopping Tuesday, The News In describing a funeral change hero, where one man can stand and tnlk to people in says that the casket was the finest ever on his door-toMiis. Hi:nkiktta .MiuicitN, of Dan- will continue through Friday. ville, sent several days with her ton, seen in Corbin and cost 12.". It should the other end of town by the word of WOVEN wire and oak picket fence, Mr. James Mllburn. have been still more explicit and given mouth. the mont economical fence on the mar- the Mil. J. It. Waiiukn's rheumatism cost of tho shroud and other necesI am selling it at about cost of FARM AND TRADE, saries. still keeps him confined to his bed and ket. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. ho jjrows weaker dally. Corn wanted. Jo. Willinian, Jumbo. Foil reasons satisfactory to himself, .loi: N'KVll'H dislocated ono of his A wki: little girl joined tho two The Advocate notes several sales of arms while jumping a funce and has Injys at Mr. and Mrs. John P. Davit' Hon. R. C. Warren has withdrawn hogs at x:r. from tho candidacy for county judge, I mm? laid up several days. Tuesday afternoon, for whom tho name The buyers hero aro now paying 17 , greatly to the regret of hundreds of HiWillT, Jit., who lias just re- of Lueile Harbison lias been chosen. John j democrats who hoed to see him head cents for wool. turned from Liberty says there was a W. T. Beck sold to Woods it Lvnn a Dkath. Pat MeGarvey, Jr., died in the ticket. heavy hail thcro Tuesday. bunch of fat hogs at 'lc. tho Green River section Tuesday night Mil. J. K. IlfKKMAN, of Hustonvillu, Tiikiii: are rumors of combines and Ed Geers thinks that is Ip daiitfoioiinly III. Hishop, after a lingering illness of typhoid fe- other manipulations of the democratic the Fred I pacer this season. ver. Ho was 2 years old and a clever, committee, who has typhoid, isdoin no cood. but they are doubtless unLyon it Allen will have 21 good young man. Mies. I. W. Fisil went to Shelby Citrue. At any rate wo are banking on on Danville market Monday. ty yesterday to seo her grnndmothor, George P. Bright had a JKNNIK Lynn, Harvey Helm's pride, tho body to give us the best men iossi-bl- e Mrs. Mary Wells, who Is very ill. and then the people will do the export steer to die of scours a few days caught the fox James Chadwick turned Miis. Stkm.a It. Stiumiknson and loose at Crab Orchard Tuesday. Mr. rest. ago. Miss Lillian ltluey, of Maywood, are Helm did not see her nab it, but he has Carroll Reid won a race with Prose-citCOL Boonk Ih working tho newspavisiting Mrs. SteenburKon at Lexinj-to- tho sworn testimony of two Iwiys who at Newort Wednesday. He solu pers again with his proosed "Black favorite. did. Diamond Railroad." We bit at the Mil. CJ. A. SWlNKlillOAD wonttoKast Fewer rings and larger premiums FilANK McKiNNEY has a curiosity in plausible bait offered by his iridescent will be the motto of tho Danville Fair Tennessee yesterday morning to collect up a lot of ewes he Ixntght some time the sluie of a chicken which has only dream a year or two ago, but we must this season. one leg and ono wing. He has been of decline to give up any more space for since. James Moore sold to John Johnson, Miis. Thomas Mktcai.f and chil- fered a handsome sum for it when it the present on a road that is destined of Boyle, a bunch of extra good butchdren, of Wilmoro, arrived yesterday to becomes grown and he is taking much to run only on pajor. er cattle at Ho. Ml visit her jiaronts, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. caro to raise It. Malcom Bullitt, of Louisville, bought ALL the Richmond pajicrs speak in 1711,000 bushels of corn from an Illinois Foster. Swine-broahighest praise of the entertainment G. Hoiisk. Waltkk- iSACNDKlis Is helping CHEAP Hubble, Mr. us A. a Negro given by the Louisville Times Tattler, farmer at 211c. of tells that A'entJ. S. ltleo with the express, In liis section sold a horse to another Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller and Mrs. Pony Bcazley bought of J. E. Farris while ItoberlMntiluj;ly In learning tel"gentlomau of color" for 10 cents on GO Rita Rovenaugh Wolfe, the Climax yesterday a bay gelding for $200 and egraphy. of S. Hooker for $100. without interest. Mr. S. climaxing In Its beauty of description. one J. 2:0lJ, Altao, the fastest trotting son Cut. Thomas Kichakds has been days' timethe transaction. After the exercises Dr. A.Wilkes Smith witnessed olTered the management of Linuletta of the great Altamont, died at Portgave the guests a press luncheon to Springs this reason but he has not yet Tub announcement of Mr. George which a large number of editors were land, Ore. He was only 11 years old. nccepted it. At the Terra Haute, Ind., horse sale Miller Givens, of Huntonvllle, appears Invited, Including tho writer, who had Mil. Thomas M 11.1.1:11 Owslky Is up elsewhere in this Issue. He wants tho Choral sold for $4,800, Ole Hutch to forego tho pleasure of being present. from llow ling Green for a few days. nomination for sheriff and if pure de Tho Jewess $4."0: balance fair. Ills friends hardly recognize him with mocracy and his many other good qualVoter captured tho Metropolitan IN speaking of the death of Mr. h his massive mustache. ities count for anything he will bo a Severance, Mr. C. E. Woods, of Handicap at the New York track. The T. K. Hai.dwin, father of Mrs. W. hard man to beat. the Richmond Climax, takes occasion Winner, tho favorite, came second. 11. Shanks, declines a fluttering call to In Hardeman county, Tenn., tho bufto pay him and his brother the late C'At'SK Foil Thanks. -- Kentucky become the democratic candidate for falo gnats have killed over U00 horses of Lebanon, a high now breathes freely. Tho great ques- John Severance, representative from Madison. tribute, adding that "few counties ever and other stock to tho value of $70,000. TilK LcAlugtou paers tell of an ele- tion as to who should have the Impor- had more opular citizens than John O. P. Huffman bought of E. P. Woods gant entertainment given by Miss tant olllce of K)stmaster at Gravel and Joe Severance. May tho Johns a d Ho also steer at Itachcl Allison to Miss Kmma Ollutt, Switch, Marlon county, has been set- and Joes of the respective families bought of George Wood two fat cows .'tic. of Georgetown, before leaving Lcxlng-ton- . tled by the appointment of U. E. Miles. emulate the noble qualities of their fa- at Let tho Gods bo praised. Louisville Dr. J. B. Owsley will put in about thers." 200 acres of corn on ills two farms this Miss Jknnik Duncan Wahiii:n re- Times. Six Months. Cole Carjientor again year. He has about SO acres yet im turned a few days ago from a charming Extknsivk preparations for tho 4th visit to her cousin, Miss Christine annual elocutionary contest are being languishes in durance vile: this time planted. grass land to J. B. Green for six long months for stealing a pair Hradley, at the executive mansion, made by the committee, who say that of pants from Will Lovell, also colored. A. M. Pence rented his almost before tho Ink Frankfort. It will excel In brilliancy tho ono given Miss Sen Wii.i.ii: Hai.k got caught last June, which was attended by ono He was found in a corn field on Mr. S. dried on this paper in which it was ad Embry's farm drunk and when ar- vertised. In a trap In Mrs. James Yeager's fold- of the largest audiences that was ever J. Ed Geers has marked Kl horses from ing bed Wednesday, from which she at Walton's Opera House. Date will rested ho had a sack containing some harness and other things that he could 2:0H to 2:10. Andy McDowell und John was finally extricated, but not until one bo given next issue. not or rather would not account for. Dickinson havoinarked seven each in . of her feet was bruised fearfully. Tin: air ship that has been seen Hy- Ho was tried before Judge Dawson and 2:100 better. T. WOOD have Mil. AND Mils. Gi:o. C. W. Williams, owner of Allerton, moved to the old Hlaekorty place near ing around tho country has boon fully a jury Wednesday afternoon when ho Hedgovllle and of course the Lvri:moit explained. Victor Ballon says it is his was given six months in jail. Marshal 2:00, will move from Galesburg, 111., to Journal was one of tiio first things father's old sky scraping buggy that ho Nowland has tho harness ho found in Lexington, having disposed of his inUsed to go courting in and which is still Carjicnter's possession and the owner terests at the first named place. on. they ordered to go G. A. Swinebroad sold to a Madison Mex- used to carry his children to and from can get it by calling on him. Mil. J. L. Hosi.nYwas the only . . county party a lot of stock cattle at from this county to attend school. It has to be entered by means ican veteran IK the gentlemen composing the to ale. He sold to West End parties a the reuuion at Cynthiana. Mr. W:u. of a ladder and a long one at that. county committee and those who have lot of same for July delivery at 3Jc. Uurtou was Biek, Mr. Iteuben Williams' M. S. Baughman advertised a Pole Old Coin. While plowing some time been chosen by them set aside all perwife was sick and Mr. John It. Dickinago, of tho West End, sonal feeling and personal friendship Angus bull calf in Tuesday's paper and son is getting too feeble to travel. found a Spanish silver coin, about tho and look only to tho party's interest sold him to W. P. Grimes for &1j withMiss r.TTii: McI'iir.usoN, of the of a which was made they will perform tho delicate task be- in an hour after the pajier was printed. l'rico Inllrmary, says that it Is size ITS.'!. silver dollar, He has had a number of fore them Saturday In a manner that in The Warlield place of (53 acres, at bulbs and potted plants and not cut. chances to sell it one person offering will Insure them the plaudit of every Peweo Valley, has been purshased for llowers, that tho good people arc asked him ?! for it. It is a rare looking coin democrat In tho county. They can $3,000 as a permanent homo for Rest to contribute to tho institution, though and its owner may be doing the sensl" further or ruin democracy's cause In Cottage, an institution of Miss Jennie cut llowers arjo alwayH appreciated. bio thing by holding It for a bigger Lincoln. Let them use the utmost dis- Cnsscdy. Mkssks. J. F. Waters, of Stanford, price. cretion and do tho former. Nominate J, Walker Muir got fM j ounds of . and J. C. Thomas, of Frankfort, are in the best men for the olllces, it matters wool from his 100 Southdown sheep, nn New Tiiains and changes. B. N. not. who they are, and all will bo well. a.'erago of five pounds, which is veiy the city endeavoring to institute a local tent of tho Knights of Maccabees. Mr. Roller, train master, tells us that next good, aud sold it to Chas. S. Brent The Maccabees had a big State meet- Bros, at 174 cents. Paris Kcntuckian. Waters Is connected wit"h the Stanford Sunday, May Kith, a new timo table News, will go into effect on tho K. C. division. ing at Danville, where thoy were royalINTERIOR JOURNAL. Shelby Typhoon, 2 to 1, won tho Derby in Train No. 21, now due at Stanford from ly treated. Tho report showed 47 tents 2:121, Ornament, (5 to f, second, and Dr. 12th. Fhiends of the young graduate- hero Richmond at 4::to p. M. will arrive at in tho State and about 1,."00 members. Catlott, 5 to 1, third. Tho other starts are In receipt of tho following: South- l:2." i M. and on tho24th of May, trains Ron. D. P. Markey, of Port Huron, era wore Ben Brown, Goshen and Dr. west Virginia Institute, Samuel D. 70 and 71 will go on tho Rowland Mich., Supremo Commander Knights Shoppard. Over 15,000 people saw the Jones, president. Your presence Is branch between Stanford and Rich of tho Maccabees of tho World; II. P, race. Tills item is telegraphed from Sheldesired at tho Graduating Recital of mond dally, except Sunday, leaving McDanncll, Great Communder, State Sadie Stanton Lillard, Kentucky, Stanford at 4:00 l M. and returning of New York, were in attendance. Sir by county: J. M. Whltehouso has a Miss Elocutionist; l'upll of Miss Cora C. from Richmond arrive .it Stanford at Knight M. F. Elkln was elected Su- cow which gave birth to 70 calves. were about tho b!zo of a large Tardy; Thursday evening, May 20th; 0:10 v. M. A now timo tabic on tho premo Representative. W. L. Weller, efKnoxville Branch will also go Into Jr., of Louisville, was chosen State rat and tho other was well developed Bristol, News, which Is printing fect. There will bo no changes oxcopt Commander; S. J. Pulllam, Chaplain? and of tho uverago sizo. Tho small THE Corbln pictures and sketches of railroad men, No. 24, tho 12:117 i M. train passing Dr. J. B. Kinualrd, Physician, und J. calves lived n few hours and died. Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas does John A. McUoborts up In stylo In Stanford, will arrive at Louisville at R. Cook, of Somerset, First Guard. In Its issue of yestcrday.'It bays that John 6:10 1. i., 10 minutes earlier than at tho initiation contest between Junction Moore reports tho condition of wheat began llfo as a boll cord puller over present. Two fast trains go on between City, Louisville and Lexington tents, in Kentucky May 1 at 1)3, against 74 last tho back of a mulo attached to a plow Louisville aud Nashville, making tho tho prlzo of $100 was divided bolween year at that time. Oats average 75, and his railroad career by acting as as- run from Louisville to Nashville in five tho two latter. Tho next convention but a smaller per cent of corn had been sistant porter at tho Stanford dopot. hours, leaving Louisville at 11:50 a, m. will bo at Frankfort In 1898. A big planted than over before. Fruit prosHo Is now chief clerk In tho olllces at returning leavo Noshvillo at 3:00 p. m. banquet at the Gilchcr closed the very pects are fair und stock generally is in arriving at Louisville at 8:00 P. M. good condition. pleasant meeting. Corbin. 57,883 It 3 ' 'i 1 - Prescriptions i I Cut-wor- Hand-powe- Have been filled here without a single mistake. is a good record and we are proud of it. ' m PENNY'S DRUG STORE. : g$?&imm!immwMW&m'msm . 1 i Fa-Se have a splendid line of new Fans, from the satin palm to the line Gnuzo "Trilhjs." Sp endid Japanese Fans at 3c, Cc, 10c, 23c to 30c m m .fi J- ox-Cr- ab two-hor- flRJ se f m m u fTi Kg (j Belts. Wc arc showing nil the new things in IJcils. New- Leather Itclts in Ox Blood, Green, Tnn, Hlack. Jewel Bolts at 23c to f 1 50 Ikdts and Pockets, 50c. to-da- y. Lox-lnjjto- n, to-da- y Vo$icrj. Hosiery in all grades, colors'and sizes. and Ox Blood. Black, Tan i 9 Orgaj?die5 e Drcs-j. ... p havoall tne requisites for a Commencement Laces, Organdies, White Taffela, Uibbons, Kilibons, White Fans, &c. ... :r?r v ftf3 i ffl IV- - fe ! Comets, ' 1 J& 11 W "jljA 1 g Summer corsets at 50c, 75c, $1. Stout folks should sec our new 'Crcsco" Corsets at $1 and 51.75. Thompson's Glove Fitting R II. S L, M, E. Black aud White. I ffl gS WK :5TKID CLOVES. Cluze Patent Thumb. At 03c and SI 50. All colors and Black afi $ Helr-at-La- free-for-a- m ll SEVERANCE & SON. 1 two-year-ol- ds hard-workin- g - i l,.'500-poun- d or n. MATTINGS 1 Time to buy. A large assortment of Blues, Greens, Browns, Reds, Whites, Yellows, W. d, - Both in Japs and Chinese. IV. WiTHERS. STANFORD. $1,-2."- 0, PAINT. BsTvRDyLEAD Beyond doubt wo have the best Heady-mixed Jo-sop- Paint on the market. l,:i2."-j)oun- .'1.-4- 0IL& VARni$I)G$, 0OLCTO, At Lowest Cash Prices. 91 CRAIG Headed by &, HOOKER, 38,353. Higti Locust Herd Reg. Poland enjnas. Son of Klever's Model, No. 29.710. tho greatest breeding hog living, und HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE. No. 12.B91, hoa of tho World's Columbian Cliiiniplon, Claude, No. 11,007. Kino, toppy young lo:irs ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sowh In every respect, with a specialty, for wale, This stock Is strictly llrst-ehi- ss pedigrees. 1'rlces reasonable und satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como and see iiiy hogt. A foW fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. ANo Mammoth 1'eklti Duck A. K. llUNDI.EV, Pox ids, Dunvlllo, Ky. Eggs, gl for IX to U. S. 1VIODEI., DO. j' HH HI , house-keepin- g THE QLUe-GR- m .' KEHO B.ED Thoroughbred Dure: Jersey Ml Corrco-ixjinlen- George-Gaddls- , Jo-Bj- My brcdlera were selected from the Wt of tliU tainous Imt-- of swlue In temal States A EpIcnillillotofilgHofiUt!rrvni aw lunula. UreU boi a ipeclalty. Sallstictlouguanintfcd. solicited. Address a N I"-- M ,"" R. H. BRONAUGH, Crah Orchard, Kjr. V1 t H ft The Buckeye Churn Makes hard work easy. You can get moro butter. You wash, salt and work tho butter before taking it out of tho churn. UWCMWHURM CQJHHP Will Sell You One on SIx-ty:ul- nc Trial. It will pay for itself in few weeks. and bee it. Call Va.-Ten- n. The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. Si Most Complelo and Convenient Freezer over offered in Stanford. Kequires less labor less time and less ico than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minutes to freeze cream. Wo guarantee them to do all we claim and they aro sold ou trial. Very respectfully, Come and seo for yourself. Try one. HIGGINS M'KINNEY. ,(.. J., u:. ays- - , ..i. . i'n L . I TNn. iSi. ''l.'-- ' ''fjj.""1 - ' ' yi"i' i "a-"-7 -- - '""'''iNpwsSHiw'P1 '"; -- r wfcfr -?- rv-. Tj 'V- - -- wr-- ,..,-,- r , - M -- yS?T'ggi!W"MWEasttKg:BsHsS ,tt. .....wiw.i.r.,,.r. ,r r v, ., .,. , , (TTTl" jT'lT JB:B7'''"M" M"iyn ii 17711"- - j ssuji. tL THE INTERIORJOURNAL 3?a.Tsllola.o4,a.3oaa3ra'o.n.Arxldo.-vn Middleburg, Casey Co. A MT. VERNON, littlo daughter of Mr. and W. G. Bailey tiled at Yosemite of imoimiontii. Ed Leonard cut his foot very badly while pecllnsr tan bark for II. II. Me- - 1 b Aninch. N ii i'iiinlliliiti for of Mm Hifi('i of S3 I? JCrt YJCVlt IN" AD VANCK Arch Leonard killed a largo rattleiiim iiiiikInIi'iIiii UNtrk't, Miitijivl to tliu notion of tliu iltMiiocrutli party. snake on the knob between here und 3- - When not wpald 3J2.SO will W charged. 111 rattles. Carpenter's Creek that had W. JU. 1AWS01N V. R. Coleman attends Sunday school N n mmlliliiiti for Cotuitv Jtidpi', miIiJivi to nt Turkey Knob. Virgo seems to bo STANFORD, tho notion or tin- ili'iuiK'riitli' coiiiitilttt'i'. Interested in that Sunday school, especially in one scholar. TIME A. IIAUG1I More than half the corn In this vi and farmers N a miiillilniv for K0pnsi'ntatlvi of cinity is yet to bo planted iMtiiii, Miliji-o- t to tho artloti of tho KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. are woefully discouraged. Col. II. II. iluiiiiicrallo part j. he has planted Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m. imd'rcturns at McAnlnch tells us that at 4:30 1. m. only three acres of his large crop. HON. HARVEY HELM The machinery for the woolen mill at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. K n mnilldati' for County Attornoy. Miliject has arrived and the work of put to ili'imiorntli' notion. ..12 37 p in Phil .. No. 21 Train going North 13 a m tlnir It In Is prosrcs'iing rapidly. is It " ..3 01 p III " No. 26 " ..12 " South No. 25 " said that had our people offered any en . 1 U3t " " No. 23 " JUDGE T. L. SIIELTON couragement to the enterprise that the For all Points. Is a oamlldato for ShorllT of Miiroln count v, mill would have been put here. THRO'JOH TICKETS &OLD. suhjivt to tlu notion of tho iIi'iimhtiicv. Mace Hodge, who has been a county UAGOAOB CHECKED THROUGH. For any Information enquire of charge for several years, has lately 91. F. NORTH drawn nearly !?o,000 pension for his serJOi: S. K1CE, Agent, Is a oaiiilldati for Cotuitv Altoriuv of LinStanford, Ky. vices in the war. He will continue to Mcltobcrts, Druggist. coln, suhji-c- to Mm action of tho tend. draw 812 per month and will live In l"'".vQUEEN & CRESCENT. Mr. M. C. Williams, who has kept a Did You Etfr clover for a little while at least. Trains paw Jutictlon City as follows: Hitters as remedy for Undertalcor, H. PAXTON Mr. Alnut at Grove lost a horso with drug store hero for a number of years, Try Electric bottle now a and get reliefyour troubles No. 2 North i 02 p ui II 7 a This mediIf not, get a No. HSouth 3 4fiam n " I " 11 21 pm No. 3 " cine hmlieeii fjiiud to lo oiullarly adapted to tliu Hustonville. botts a few days ago. Mr. A. seems to Is traveling for the firm of Neat, - Kontucky Is n cniidldato for Cotuitv Attorni'V of " " 11 21a 130pm No. 3 " it Co., Louisville. Mr. Williams relief and dire of all female Incomplaints, exerting n 00 a m bo rather unfortunate in that time. " 10 " itulijcvt to tho notion of Mm cJyiuix'Mit-I- c 20 p giving strength and wonderful, dtrcit Influence No. J " Jxsiple. of West Lincoln Oflirs his service party. of Note Nos. 5 and 6 do not run Sundajs, 9 and 10 This makes two good horses he has had is a tine business man and we predict totii) to theorems. W)ou have loss or appetite, and Casey counties to the stotk of Collins and Cask l'ull ciiti.tlpillon, headache, Ulutlng spoils a nervous, vo no further South than Jinicuou uiiy, iicuiier always 011 hand. to die since he came from Franklin that he will succeed well in his new lii'ples, excitable, melancholyIs or troubled with etsD, t. Curvuter. Manager. i.tbey run Sundays. V) the medicine you T. JONES dliiv pells Electric Hitters work. Mr. Dcnhatu, of Loudon, is need. Health and strength arc guaranteed by its county here less than a year ago. CINCINNATI RY. FRANKFORT AND W, II. Mciiobvrts' Is a cniidldato for Jailor of Lincoln oouuty. uo. (nl M cents a buttle at No we didn't "hatch" It. We wrote clerking In his store. drugstore. Mibjwi to tho ili'inooratlc notion. VIA GEORGETOWN. Mr. Will Hlx and wife, of Bluellelds, upon what we deemed good authority A. M r. u. . A. P.M. There it Xothing no (Jovl 2,00 Lvc. Somerset, Arl2M and upon current rumor that the demo- Va., visited relatives here on their re 2M 8 20 GEO. W. BEIIORD 1131 ' Jet. City. 315 The W. C. T. U. There Is nothing Just as pod as Dr. King's New C30 cratic county committee would meet on turn from Colorado. 60.V Georgetown, hv 9M 450 Arr for Consumption. Coughs and Colds, so " 0 30 Is ii oaiiilldati for ' FranUort, 3d0 tho 2flth to select candidates for county met with Mrs. Kd Woodall last Satur- Dlvoiery 11 M 7 20 to tho onlco of demand It and do not permit Hih dealer to sell you o Jailor of Lincoln. Milijcol to Mm nctluu ot day. Miss Kolfrat, of Pennsylvania, is some suVtlttite He will not claim there is any 5 30 offices, but it turns that no such meet40 8 5 10 Arr Paris tho tlt'iiiocrntlt' party. thing Ixttrr, hut In order to make more profit he Dally except Sunday, ing had been called. How the re visiting Mrs. Welderhold on Skaggs may claim Mimelhliig vle to v jut ns goixl, Yu C..D.HERCAW,G. P. A. you know want Ur Kliu' New Plsoitcrr port galued currency, we can not say, Creek. Messrs. T. D. Mulllnsand John It to he safe and reliable and guaranteed to do tiuod GARLAND SINGLETON were up from Livingston Tties or money refunded. I or cough, colds and all uf- neither do we care, and would never Smith . a... . - ..f .1... .1..... aL.i llltliM It a candidate for Siiirlnlrti,!rnt atl'iMle sl..l. ot Lincoln muniy, tuldivl lu the action ot tho nothing ni gol Dr King's New Dltmcry. have mentioned it but for the fact that day. lotllefrveat W II. Msltoln'rls" drug store. al OF BROOKLYN. in all our communications to tho INTE- HliO.s EVEKA2CCK AS . ularsUeK: and SI. RIOR JOURNAL we have never before OP HONOH. F. HOLDAM Presbyterian General Assembly, been accused of "hatching" reports to I a candidate f.ir At regular meeting of Hope Lodge, ' Winona Assembly Grounds, Warsaw, Caledonian : cuiintr, .lwir of IJnralniMjr, aut. fill up. Of course, in some instances, Jv't to tliartluiiuftliiilciuMrallc No. 1!, K. of II., held May 7, 1SU7, tho I ml. This meeting Is May 21 to June wo hnve been imposed upon as your Co., Scotland. following resolutions were adopted: 2nd. Round trip tickets are on juilo lato correspondent claims to have been SAMUEL M. OWENS Whereas, The Supreme Dictator of via the Queen & Crescent and CIn-th- e KOUNDliD JHOS. In regard to a certain telegram he sent It a candidal fi.r .hcrld of t.linvln oumtr, xilijcct Universe In the just dispensation of elnnati at half rates. Ask agents for to a Louisville paper some time ago, lo tlicHCtli'ti of tticil'iuurrallc utty. his Allwlse Providence on the 2Sth day particulars. W. C. Rluearson, gon'l but we can not be rightfully accused of 'hatching." And we have always tried of April, 1S07, saw tit to remove from- 'nass'rairt.. Cincinnati. O. EMMETT McCOR.MACK hTAM'Oltl), KV. t td avoid egotism which Is more disgust- our midst our brother, Joseph SeverU candidate for Awwiof IJnrolu county, ance, a P. D. of this lodge. A. It LlMIAM John. Casti.km.n. ing than lying. to the action of tin- dxmoiratlc urtr. Vour 1. That in the death of Bro. Severll'N,rl I. .lli,-,t- l jr K,lkr. ance this lodge has lost a true and faithI run iimv supply Mm people with I'ri'oli MORELflND, exctdCandy of niniix ful member thereof, the church one of lliim,,' ii(,i- !,. vsirlotli-- t,1, mid MHH.Tlur Vllttilf91. F. LLKIN ,n,iLllif- - It f ,. Myers & Allen shipped a car of its staunchest members and the com- - umlsu:ir:iiitcoMitKfotloii. tilvu me iiVull. a J. A. TKI'1KNQN, tnnford. to the action INSURANCE COMPANY I. candidate for ofAw,r of Llncidn coutitr, hogs to Strauss & Stearns, of munlty an honorable and respected clt-- 1 llivdrmiratlc J'artrAbsolutely Pure. .'Uc. i.eu. Cincinnati, for which they paid Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and Tli,,tn,i,.ln,.t.!l .vmnnlliLwiK'n DTAAmQ A 1NJ I I fl I? (2 A ATS OF LIVERPOOL. JOE T. EMIIKY bealthfuluess. Assure the food against alum and Several bhlppers from this point report all forms ol adulteration so common in the cheap hard luck on the markets in the, past ixt(niliil to tln fmnllv of our doco.isinl Ii a candidate for Aamtor of Lincoln county, brands. ""H I locker lirov l'llllHh,, to the action if the deluw.ratle trtr aud brother. week. Royal. Biki.no Powder Co., New York. II nines Hriw. Pianos, BHRBEE & QtiiSTLEMti. carnettly anki uiir uort. -. Ellington Piano3. That a copy of these resolutions Rev. J. W. McGarvey, of Lexington, I). II. llaldulu Pianih., will lecture at the Union church here be sent to the family and same be MAN.UiI'.ltS, C. G. BAKER "W. FX1T1T7. Monday and Tuesday evenings, May spread on the minutes of the lodge and risohor Pianos, Ac. ,. . coilUlr. FUtoy Orcans, Hamilton Organs anil othor t. ... rtMnwir Ol Ma I. os. Oommerco Building, Louisville. lit iii,,iiii inr of tliedrimx-ritl- 1. iwrty Think. be published In the LVTBition Jour17 and 18, upon his travels in 'Pales to the action Soo iny (Joods uml Oot Mv Prices Hoforo uu Irot thettiutliern end of theixiunly U rntlllrdtoa tine." He is an interesting and In- nal. Agcnta Throiuhout the Siulli. lie of he pie, he akt ) our u,rl 10 W. T. WllltE. Crab Orchard. Iluy. structive speaker and will no doubt R. C. Warren, J. Bright and Thos. TFT. Richards, committee. have a crowded hou&e. WILLIAM MOREL AND & Mr. Oscar Frisble, of Cincinnati, Ichi1 A Kent, Ii a candidate for AtMord Uncdn, auhjecl to JONES DENIGS OF Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. dealer in steam heating apparatus of ARCHIBALDAS IT. IN Kentucky. the action of the democratic iailjr, lie kludlr aika your m,ut. SrANFOKO, - - all kinds, Is visiting his father-in-laOffice on I ancaster street at Itesldcnc J7tf Corn uml lias, (To Tho Editor of tho I.ntkrioii Joi'k.val.' Mai. Mckinley, of this place. Mr. R. SAM W. MFNKFEE Order OlGce and Kcvd Exchange, urar the Railroad A paragraph in your paper of the 11th Crosilu,?, IVJt Strwt, A. Simmons, of Cincinnati, dentist, is A. S. PRICK, It a candidate for Mierlff of Lincoln countr, t Kentuolcy. visiting relatives here and combining does me unintentional Injustice. I did, ' Stanford; to the action ofthe drmocrallc party. .Burgeon at the request of a man named Smith, Coal Yard, Mill fetrwt, lately J. II. HIlni'. business with pleasure. Mr. Luther Satisfaction guaranteed. Dentist, Raines, with B. G. Fox, Danville, vis who said he was a railroader and there-- , DINK FARMER LufTrfiE DEALER IN ited relatives near here this week. Mr. fore did not want to be seen in a saloon Is ii cniidlilato for Jailor, nuhjoct to thu acStanford, Ky. : Win. McAllster is spending a week in for fear of being discharged, get for Pleas- tion of thu detnoeriitlc parly. Farm Dr. M. L. Pipes visited him at Ferrlll's saloon a bottle of whisOffice over Mcltoberta' Drug Store la the Owsley Lexington. TlivMocklioIiloi-'Kitho Cnroiitor's StaHullding. his father In Boyle last week. He was ky and three bottles of beer. Ho gave tion, lliitonvlllo and Morolaml Station E. Vehicles, TANNE R o to moot tit tliu accompanied on his return by his broth- me a $10 bill, which I did not examine turnplKonni rco.tio-.tofi onnillilnlo for Clroult Clerk, aubjoct to Is llotot In lliistonvlllii uu SHELBY & SHELBY, er, Mr. J. E. Pipes, who will spend a or look at, but presented It to Mr. tho will of tho iIoiiiocraMo party. at 2 n'clocK May IS. 1hT. for tho who looked at It casually and gave puriKiso of flovllni; illrtsMnr. for tho unfiling Proprietors few days with the doctor. .1. K. IIAI'OIIMAN. Quite an interesting- meeting of tho me the change which I handed to Mr. oar. GEO. II. COOPER LIVERY,?EED& S LE STABLE Smith. I did not refuse to tell the Women's Missionary Society of the High-Qrad- e Fertilizers and Coal, isnoandiduto for cioru of tho Lincoln coun- ty Court, subject to the notion of tho demo- Methodist church hero was being held man's name when the bill wus discovJunction City, Ky. ered to be bad, but at once told his Ollloo on crane pan). Goods Warranted us Represented. I'irst Class Turnouts, ronint attention, ery Sunday evening, when several young Tho ami popular Oro"ii Itrlar ratea A )ortlou of )our atronago Is men, whose names arc known, and who name and all the circumstances. Net- - ."'prlii"s. located uhoiit two Kliuoro' Stoio. Main Street, oppo-dtfrom Crab 18 nIectfnlly solicited oxoollout Stanford. Kontuokj. are sons of respectable parents, enact- therwus I threatened with prosecu- Oivliiuil. MiiKiiltlct'iil n u liter, low limine for Farmers Co. Will lon-at a J. L TOTTKN. S.W.i.smN. ed some very disgraceful proceedings tion. Mr. Smith went away on the tl iroMnt eii..iin Cull on or ndilro-.-- , or KTAM'OIlP, KY. was the innocent A. A IIOWMAR. nieht GEORGE H M'KINNEY. on the outside of the building. The cause train and as I getting the bill I Voralllo, Ky. of Mr. Ferrlll S 200,000.00 absence of tliu proper ollicials emboldMEY 10 LOAN. SOWS UAD5. SI Paid up Capital, Surplus, hoped that thought it right to pay him his los and ens such acts and It is to be 17,603 SO Pension & Claim Agent, the movement for tho incoriwration of did so. By publishing this orrectlon ! Money to loan on iiuprowd city pnrly or pro ; "f proTlilons of Its charter, drpo.ltors are a uuenro Mr i in in aumorii aim i.iucoui coumy fully protiTlsl a. aro depnltur In atlollal lUnk., the town will bo successful und such you will oblige. Yours Respt. t AImi I iht rviil . nirabltf lis shareholders held llidlrldually liable lo ARCH JONES. Box 44, Stanford, Ky. furnish IhjihU for public or corratlou ottlclaltt iiiqi'.khiui mo uiiioiiiu oi inuirsKKK llieri'lu at disgraceful actions will be a thing of (iuanllaiisat Aduilnlntratorsor the par value thereof, in aildlllou to thoaniotiut In. lornailoi's and Wind Storms nro Hiislnidl2 years's nructlco iwforo ull tho the past. Bro. Selby, the pastor here. Am afcrnl for four of the Itfst Firo tented Iii niivli kliurivi. It may act as rxciutor, ad Low. Ratks. The Q. & C. will sell ko iininoi-otiKentucky and iiilnbliator, iruiKv, ,1c , o fully as an Indlrlilual. Coiiipuulc. dnlii IiUiIiicm d and dcstruotlvo tlmt tho Dejni tments In Wusliliigtoii City, a j; is a young man who has accomplished . rrillllarIlI0T itirthnllktalia ln.a u li.i l.k .. ....i willcll lutroiiacool lmilwrlv Holders in aiiiuioru trip tickets to Frankfort at 11 a great deal of good in this community fares on uccount of Council of P. E. orty owners should A ,llelr '"'' iuiim saine. is oilier to ti, e tnut Ihuy will contluue i A l.l, All. l.. .I.u., bl'Cui to da m, and hc oiler as a guarantee for promiitat- and is entitled to tho respect of all. trillion to siiiuuoiir ."Uycirs" exirkme In bankchurch. Same faro to Ashland and re- - PfOteCt TIlGIT PfODertV ing and as liberal arcoiuiuodatlons as aro consistent turn May 11 and 111, on account Ky. with sound bunking. . THE POPULAR U , well n from I'lio anil LightMISS BEULAII VanARSDALE. DIRECTOR. Council of Red Men and to Danvillo 1'iom them No. 5S013, J, J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; Ta tho LMltsr of The iNTKiuoi! JooitNAL.) May 11 and 12 at same faro on account ning. Toriituloi", and I'll en aro liable to oc Producer of combined and 1'astorn liorcos . ii. uuiiimini. I'rcarlienvl cur at any time. So take out u policy In uny that eII for rimkI prices, will nitiku tho pres J.S Owsley, Sr., J. ll. OHtley, Atiikns, Ala., May 5. It always of convention of Maccabees. William iioocli, o. II. Shauks, of in companies. None but ent season at Ten I)oi.i.aiis to lusiiro a livH. J. L'mbry, J. K. Cash, gives mo jileasurc when I can compliRoscou, at SS to liintiru ing colt. AUo Jack, To The Nokth. TheCJuecn & Cre-ceJ, R. Lynn, A. W. Carii'iiter; ! 1'. RKII). a living oolt. ment our pupils. Miss Beulah J. N. Mi'iiehs;. Route has inaugurated a service FIRST - CLASS COMPANIES N, H. l)onoy Golddust has produced a orrtCRKs. of your county, who has been of observation cars on the famous Blue iMIOlMOMIMlSIMOMIM Represented. clitssof ooinblnVil horses Mint attntot buyS. II. Shanks. Prcaldeut: attending Athens Female College, has Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati good prices, regarillossof im-Icers and bring J. II. Owsley, CVdilcr; W. M. Ilrlght, Teller made a fine record while here at college and Lexington. Free parlor cars and JESSE D. WEABEIT, Queen & Crescent Standard vestlbuled N10IN1M0MQIN1 this year. Sho will graduate the 24th day coaches. Four trains dally to Cin- General Agent, - - - - Stanford, ICy D. of this month with great credit to her- cinnati with close connections with all FIRSTNATIONALBANK family. Her trains north. Queen & Crescent trains self and honor to her OF STANFORD, KY. Ziook ' tho South. 17 CMJMSiMJilcpn bright, happy face and lovely dlsposl aro without a peer In unequalled miles shortest train STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Iivi tion have won for her tho love of every train service. line,C. Rluearson, gon'l MOKDlsiraXV!. V. teacher and pupil in the college, and it pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Attention of the public Is called to the fact that All kinds of rep itrlng done at reivmtblo rates this Is the only National Hank lu Stanford. Un- OINIQINIRfl ROUTE. is with sincere regret that wo seo her Upholstering a speclilty. Sitlsfactlo t gutraoeed der Hie proilslous ot the National Hank Act INCOMI'AKAHLK. The servico on tho The lint Line toand From ueKjmiur. pro sccumi noioniy ny I lie capital stock leave for her home in Kentucky. This (NlOIMllMi hut by Hid stockholders' liability tor an amount Queen & Crescent fast trains South; year wo havo 2(5 graduates. The Ath- Through Pullman drawing room sleep- TOLEDO AND DETROIT D. S. equal tu the stock, so that deoiioMof this Institution are secured by a fund ot i&i,wo. Five sworn i statements of tho condition ens Female College is tho second oldest ers. Standard vestlbuled day coaches ol tbe llauk are made All Feints in Michigan. Hustonville, each year to tho United States (iovenwient and Its chartered college for young ladies in (lavatories and smoking rooms.) Eleassets aro examined at stated times by government gant cafe, parlor and observation cars. Will carry a larger stock of Furniture of all kinds agents, thus securing additional and perfect salet CHICAGO. 1 this year than erer beforcand will mill cheaper than to deiusltors. KIM the world. It has a long and brilliant Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Flori "White City Special." history, and our pupils ure widely scat da or to New Orleans, W. C. RlNKAI? anybody Plows: The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan. This Institution originally established as the .Sifter Steel and Cliatt.iuooga and joints of all lWstleriulual Station. Hank of Stanford In 1S.VJ, OMOINl tered, from New England to California SON, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati,-Oreorganised as tihuvels, all Malta the National Hank of Stanford then I8C". andagaln kinds. Cultivators and Double In ST. LOUIS. make, the best tu the world. Fanners, call In and reorgiulaed as the First National Hank of Stanford and are among the leading women soMl MOINIMffillNl get auy thlfg you want from a buggy down. Avoiding the Tunnel In has had practically an uninterrupted existComfort. No smoke, dust or cincially and Intellectually. The college Respectfully, better now wit, I. S. CARPENTER. ence for M years. It Is business ders on Queen & Crescent Route limitlacllltles for transacting is more prosperous this year than ever promptly and libBOSTOIS'. ed trains South. Rock ballast. Superb erally than bier before In Its honorable before. I know Miss Boulah's friends trains with every comfort. Fast time Wagner bleeping Cars. '",r!,;",..c!,unu "' "Hvldiiala, fiduciaries, tlrms id lallvlduaU solicited. of tho record sho and tho short line from Cincinnati. will be glad to know DIRECTORS. NEW YORK, M10I FBANKJ.BEED. MM has made for herself while in school. MRS. U. I). SIMPSON, l'ror . "f. Relil, Lincoln Co.j J. W. Hayden, Stanford Tho hatmakers of New York used tho llutlut I'arlor Cars, Wanrr Sleeping Cars, Prlvat S. T. Harris, Z. A. Parker, President. 8. H. llaughmau, and DIu- toiupartnieiit cars, r.legaiu Loacni x -- ..S.IlMker, of over 3,000,000 songbirds last plumage " Kentucky. K. L. Tanner, McKInncr. T. P.A.Hill, Lancaster, tug cars. W. " TrlbbK H""wllf. IfOlffl year. Bye and bye, if that sort of J.II. CvllIer.Crab Orcbd, M. J. Miller, Mt.Veiuon. TO CUBE A GOLD IN ONE DAT. He sure your tickets FOUR M, D.LImorv, ttaufo.d. thing keeps up, there will bo no birds E O. McCOHMICK, read via "HKJMARTIN," Take Laxatlra Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All Newly furnished, cleati beds; spleudsd I. II. SMM0IM(Q)MM i rrtcias. Dru&rliti refund the money If It falls to Cure. For left but sandpipers and Everything Porters J. S. llocke , President; J. J. McRoberta, i'asseuger TratUc Mgr eu. Pass. A Tkt. Agt. table. by V II. Mclloberts, Crtlg A llockar and O Silt CribJar 8'J l creeks. in let all trains. CINCINNATI, OHIO, A. A. McKlnney, A lUUutCaahlef. !MMOI01MM0!N10IN1 L. IVnuy, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Jn-tl- ci' 1MJ Mi, 111 Continuous rains prevent tho farmers from planting corn. Mr. James I. White Is very busy with a large force quarrying buildings rock near town. Tho parties who favor open saloons have placed a petition on llle und Judge Bethurum will give It a hearing Monday, 21th. Mr. Geo. Gentry, Sr., has been given tho work of sawing at Pine Hill and will move his mill hither at once. Mr. Gentry is an energetic man und deserves success. The question of having a band here Is being agitated. Questions for the good of the town are hard to decide, tion. TIIOHOI'OIIHRKI) but those which can only bring evil reIt is rumored that Col. Charles How-lan! sults, such as the open saloons, arc of this city, Is really responsible Tho most pro quickly pushed to completion. for these regulations. Richmond Cliline of nil breeds, The district convention of tho W. C. max. t it In the Height, fllltllll T. U. will be held here beginning June easily nt nny tigv. Itucliin't .Irni'cd &111A 9th. The exercises will bo Interesting. Hours rt'iidv fur The ixt alre In tho world for cuts,, bruises Mirvli't. (lilts ami HinsKlreudy lirt'd, 1'Irs Good lectures will bo given by famous sores, ulcers, Mlt rheum, fever wire, letter, of either mix, not akin. Questions und speakers and tho last evening a Demor-cstgol- d hands, chilblain., corns and all skin eruptions. promptly mmvervd. It intlvely cures piles or no pay required. It Is medal contest will be held. The guarajteed loghe jterfect Mtbtacllou or inonev reJ. U. k H. J. IfcBOSEBTS, Stanford. public will be cordially invited to at- funded. lrlce 25 rents per box. Kor sale by V. II, Col. Dob Gillen has adopted tho fol! lowing rules for his Cosmopolitan Hom llwollliijr Ilotmoou Danville Street, Stantel at Salt Lick: ford, ICy., coutnliilni; Nine Rooms Guests are requested Hot to speak to llar; with nit outlitilidlngx wanted. ntid Ce(.'Mem und two llwlrunts. Tho iiIkjvo priniertv Is the dumb waiter. Those wishing to do a little driving In tliu host repair. Call on 9 J. II. HIOaiNS, Stam-ouii- , Kv. will find a hammer and nails In the bu reau drawer. If your room gets too warm open tho window and see the lire escape. SHEET WORKS, If you are fond of athletics and like TIN good jumping lift the mattress and seo KV., the bed spring. Sole proprietor of Dean's Illack Diamond Hoof If your lamp goes out take a feather t'lllflt r.lllllllua ,,t.tl.l.A.I .. ... I. .!... .., metal out of the pillow that's light enough roofs and Iron roofs. Satisfaction mianintml All painted with Demi's Hlaik Diamond I'alnt for any room. warranlcd for years. Dealer In ln.it Cltcrn Humps Iron Kilters, Don't worry about paying your bill; and Galvanised all kinds. Galvanised and Hlaik Iron lloolliigof the house is supported by the founda, FOR SALE GEO. MIULER GIVENS. Is ii xulijtrt to the I'unilld ito for Hiorlir nf Lincoln County, net Ion of tin domiK'intlii wlilidi ini'i'trt Nitunliiy, com-inltt- i'o J. JE. JUYNN IP IM - I. I.ln-eo- ln 21-- tf d, DUROC HOGS JBLi chap-pe- d J. T. SUTTON, t - 111 Rich-urdso- J. 111 C Lln-ool- n, 111 C J. FIRE INSUHHNCE. FHENIX of t ..- I Insurance Company, Insurance pOYAl sag ,. ) . J. t RB.MAHONY.Agt., CANDY KITCHEN. - iub-jr- - POWDER 150-pou- tub-Jis- - I tut-Jr- it DR. B. m -.- ui-.--, 11111)111 c I mifiH NOEL ! DEALERS SON, COKL, A. TRJBBKB, -- J. B. HIGGINS, Wagons. ure tub-J- Turnpike Election. d Von-lotnI'ri-.lilo- nt. J. Hu-le- y, - Agricultural Implements, o I FOR RENK I -- Holl-knou- rii BanMTrnst Tornado insurance Cyel-jiii- i G ' Lxis-utor- prop-roun- 111 VV'!lVIll."i,-,',!"ttiVv';l,v',,l'r- IMBIMOINllOMOMM ,,. I GW0 I a-- DORSeYGOLDDUST, MOM CM0BMM0(N1(Q)M OM0 U- - nt Van-Arsdal- e, s. OMMMolm Ar GMH "BIG 4: PHILLIPS, Smith. Gun and H. I I CARPENTER, MM0l TI De-po- . am 1m-.- , Mason HotQl lirst-clus- s. long-au- filOl p-p- MU e- .'uni .iikM ,j. mi mim