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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897052101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS O.' Hiinius will Ijojiin u mcetinvr nt C!lax)v Sunday nltfht. Hew II. A. Tapper, Jr., woll known lion?, luid accopted a cull to the church at Mt. Clulr, N. J. Klil. II. Lin Cunu.of XahlivIUchasac-vuptur- i the call to the Uroadwuy L'hHn-tia- u church, Louisville. The Christian church of Kentucky has decided to erect a Jl'2,001) college building al PalntHvlllo. Tlio Uiiltlmoro Methtxllst Conference has refuted to ordain a young man who believes in healing faith. on Ilev. It. K. Noel will preach at Muthodlitt church near Waltr.it Flat next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Itev. V. S. Grlnstcad will preach next and administer the Sunday at :i 1'. M. at McKlnney. One thousand delogatefluro attending INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 21 189T. MATRIMONIAL. Married at the homo of tho bride, Miss Iohi Itoberts to Mr. It. K. Perkins, of Livingston, May loth. -- Signal. The Signal says three couples In one locality of Hoekeastlo separated this week. Marriage seems much of a failure in that region. The announcement Is made that Win. Cromwell, clerk of tho Kentucky State Senate, and Miss Guy, State librarian, are to marry soon. Mrs. Lillie IIulTinan, a prominent society woman of Louisville, has loft her husband to go oa tho stage. She Is '20 years old and a beauty. Mrs. Minnie Carl In. daughter of one of tho wealthiest and most prominent men of Daviess county, deserted her husband and eloped with a farm hand. The fair Librarian of the State did not say to the elark of tho Senate: "I charge thee, Cromwell, llingaway ambition," and tho result Is oat ho is to bo Guy Pauxed. Loulsv) c Times. Granville ltogers, three times a widower and .l years old. was married on Wednesday to MNs Amanda Gill, :M. Holh parties live in the Kast Knd and wedding occurred at Mack Reynolds'. Samuel Kennedy and Miss Daisy Cook, both of Itichmond, went to Sunday, where they were married. Mr. Kennedy Is :i member of the Itichmond Produce and Coal Company and used to do some courting in tills county. Jelli-eo.Ton- NO. 24 r llov. CJeo. METAL ROOFING. Jf'i-AJUKIIMU, XYSSv Vv NtfS.TcS'SX SIDING. A. C.SIHE, UiSiLINli, (STANFORD, KY". FINISH. - Farm and Yard Fence- i tl Hi-br- z1 jami:s k. r.Y.vx, Democratic nominee for county judge, is a llvimr example of the nomination seeking the man. IIo was not a candidate and told the committee beforehand that he would not accept It. but they knew ho was the most popular man In the county and by a unanimous vote tendered him the nomination. He couldn't refuse to accept it under the circumstances and reluctantlv consent ed to run. He Is IS years old and has a twin brother, John G. Lynn, who is almost an exact counterpart, many peo ple being unable to tell them apatt. At present he Is holding the olllcc of magistrate for the second term, an olllcc which his father, Craig Lynn, held most acceptably for l.i years. Mr. Lynn is a man of lino judgment with a big supply of common sense and will make a model judge, for It is written mat no can not oe oeleateu. Ue married Miss Maggie Pence, who is aho a twin, and they have six children, two of whom, Jesse C. Lynn and Miss Mamie Lynn, are grown. I Yob C. t.ItANVll.I.i: IIAKKlt, the anniversary of the Ainorlcau Ilap-tl.Nomlnco for assessor, Is a mun!cr of Home Mission Society at rittHburg. Cha- - the goneral merchandising linn of MIt pays to preach well. Dr. ccarty, Hukor & Co., Klngsville, and is man held a two wcekrt' meeting In it Ow-ensbo- ro Certainly Ma MISTAKE and went away with S31U more tlian ho came with. Itov.CL (5. Kxall, the aged and greatly beloved retired Haptlat preacher, of Paducuh, I near to death from an attack of hiccough. There have been over KM) conversions as the result of Kvangollst K. C. Tlnsley's meeting at tlio Christian church at Salyersvlllo. C. Mr. Nannie Munnell, of the T. I., has ascertained that tW.IXK) gallons of wine are annually consumed at the communion table. Itev. Dr. George J. Joluwon, of St. I.ouls, last Sunday celebrated the lth unuivcrtfiiry of his ministry. Though 7.1 years of age. he still preaches with remarkable jniwor. Klder V. J. Iloluclaw nntkus Louisville headquarters, whence ho will go forth to engage in evangelistic work. He Is at home In Mich work. He is prepared to hold tent mooting. Western Hocordor. The church at (Ireonhoim, the German settlement back of J. W. IJaugh-man'was dedicated Sunday. A largo c crowd was present and appropriate V. Stechow were hold by Iov. and John VonGroenagnn. Kid. J. T. Sharrard will j)reach Sunday morning on "The loiter that kill-etthe Spirit, that glvoth life." At night on "Is the Hlble a true book V" a continuation of a series of Sunday night's sermons on "The Hlble." The protracted meeting at the Presit byterian church, conducted by s, per-vich. a line business man ils well at a faithful party worker. Ho Is alnnit .'JO years of age and Is a sclf'imido man, having ri-in a few years from an humble to a partnership in a thriving linn. Moral, upright and conscien. lions, and knowing the value of prop orty, ho will make a capital assessor and show no favoritism. He is a mar ried man and has one child. en e i ?s If you don't see our line of Men ' : LANCASTER. I. S. Gaslincaa in at his msI altera brief illness. Miss Jennie, the beautiful and attractive daughter of Hon. and Mrs. K. C. Warren, is here visiting relatives. The railroads will sell tickets at excursion mlus on account of the Garrard County Pair, July Hi and 17, which dates have liuully been agreed tion. At leat &.VM) will be given in prem- Mi The Legislature. The House passed the Senate substitute to the mob bill. The House passed tho bill providing for a small square under each party device on the ballot, to receive tho stencil mark. y witncsos the end of tho ex tra session and the demise of tho Legislature,. May we never look ujion its like again. Scat and begone ! It was clearly demonstrated. before the committee that during the period covered by Warden Hancock's last re port the chairs madu at tho Prankfort penitentiary were sold to the contractor for $7,000 less than the material cost, the State furnishing free the labor of the convicts. This is the kind of a cat Auditor Stone is according to his testimony before tlio prison investigating committee: "I told Hancock to purchase from republicans If iosslbIe. In fact, I graded them, telling him to buy from republicans whenever ho could, then give gold democrats tho next chance, and to buy from silver democrats only as a last resort." Thomas Sinclair, tho convict bookkeeper, who testilied to having changTo-da- h 17.50, $2, $10, J3cM. $12 and $15 Will Prove The Children's Suits, From $1.50 to $5. Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. iums. reported that we are to have a doubld wedding hero in June, in which two of our most accomplished young ladles, a prominent merchant and a joung man from Texas, arc to bo tho Is It VICINITY NEWS. County Judge James I. Felix was seriously injured near Lawrenceburg by a horse fulling on him. In a renewed dilliculty at Champion's store, in Mercer, Ora Burton shot Robert Ison through the thigh. Hon. Ed Parker, who has been down with pneumonia hero for several weeks, returned to Kentucky this ufternoon. Washington Dispatch. Dr. L. II. Blantou, of Itichmond, has let the contract for tho erection of tho new preparatory school building of contracting parties. Jii?Pm N'ou, colored, who forged .las. Hurnalde's name lo a chock for 10, was hold iua bond of uOO to await the action of the grand jury and not buiug able to luruish a bondsman, was sent to jail. Ho would have .re ceived the money on the check from Mr. J. X. Dunn, if he had drawn It on the bank in which Mr. Uurnslde keeps his account. Mr. C. M. Houlden, president of tho Lancaster and Lexington turnpike, is dangerously ill. Capt. Louis Landrum will go to Cincinnati Prlday on .business. Mr. M. P. Klklu Was hero Monday and said that tho democratic committee of Lincoln nominated a strong win; that ticket and one that is he is thankful lo his friends who supported him for nssoor and that he is willing to do anything in his power to aid in the election of the ticket. The colored Odd Pellows made an unusual mistake in the burial of Leu Schooler, a prominent colored citizen. The pall bearers started with tho empty casket and might have buried it if some one had not noticed tlio body and suggested that it be placed in the casket. It is believed that a general exodus would have taken plaeo if they had buried the oolTiu and found Hid remains on Ihuir return to the house. Tho proposed fusion bill is regarded here n- - a miserable and diabolical subterfuge lo enable men to conceal their real conicllon by voting under a device ditTeront from another party, while they are giving to that party the full strength and support of their faction. If they all vote for the same man. why not otc for him under a common device? Dues tho opinions of the candidate change alternately as the votes are cast? Such duplicity w ill not bo countenanced by tho strict party men. Those, voting for the same man under dlllereut devices, will be regarded as tho same party and will be held equally responsible for the acts of &m-c.t- Summer Every thing- - in the line : Underwear. Buckeye Huts Summer Suits, Straw Hats, Negligee Shirts, Handsome NECKWEAR. of Mens' Wear. Lower than you can buy them elsewhere. Kvan-gollj- Pickett, Is lncrciaing In Interest and gives promise of being one of the greatest revivals In the history of the city. There have already been a number of conversions, and the church In crowded ut each service. Corbln News. There are now :i,S2l,0;ia llaptists in the United States who worship in churches and are preached to by ministers. There are 'JJ.TsT Sabbath schools with 151, i:il teachers and l.JW.HH) scholars. Moit of the HaplUl church memlwrshlp lies in the South, there being only Wj,(I11 of the total numlHjr who reside in Northern States. Kvatigcllsts L. M. Lasloy and James M. Taylor wore here Wednesday en route to Paris, Tonn., to hold a meeting. Mr. Lasley tells us that '21.1 people publicly confessed the Savior at his meeting in Danville and that nearly as many were saved in their stores and homes as u result of the gospel that he preaches. IIo says the common people heard him gladly, but the "elite" guo him the cold shoulder. Among the 'J7,'i")T 40,-fit- W wonderful conversions and sanctlllca-lion- s he mentioned Nuth Woodcock, Joe Crane, Luke lvlmberlln, Mr. and John Canter. The latter used to live at Kowlaud and was always In a row of Bomo kind. Grocer W. 11. Holmes paid for the Opera House and the expenses of the evangelists while In Danville amounting to more than Soi-mon- is $100. It is now thought that there will bo no further damage done by the overflow in tho Mississippi. The .losses In thus elected. Louisiana are estimated at $1,700,000, Tho Kentucky Odd Pellows in sesthe greater part of it in Madison Parish: in Mississipl at 3,r00,000 and in sion at Louisville elected C. A. Mun-kcGrand Patriarch, Howling Green; Arkansas at W,2.0,000, or a total of Ambrosa Hruner, Grand High Priest, $11,500,000. A Mercer farmer, who has seen and Louisville; It. L. Willis, Grand Senior examined several specimens of tho ad- Warden, Covington; It. G. KUlott', lo- Grand Scribe, Lexington; C. vance guards of the army of J. Adwings bear tho letters, ams, Grand Marshal, Howling Green; custs, says their T. G. D., which Is Interpreted to mean W. Dupee, Grand Guardian, Prankfort; II. X. Johnson, Grand Sentinel, Lex'Toll gales doomed." ington. Tho next meeting will bo in Tho burning of tho stone court-houshas shown that Lexington Is Lexington. at Just over tho Tennessee line from without adequate protection from lire and tho insurance companies will de- Wayne county, a farmer named Diddle mand an Increase of rates unless It Is refused to let some tramps build a lire in his stable and spend tho night. That Improved. Powell, Will Loving and Will night his house was burned, presumaDave Dickinson, charged with the attempt bly by tho tramps, and Diddle, his wife whoso ages range to murder Louis Motnor, were con- and three children, Hen- from three to 11, wore roasted alive. victed and given life sentences lit Henry Scott and a man named Cor-ne-tt derson. were shot to death in a four baud-e- d to the Order of RailTwo delegates shooting in Leslie county. Bud convention In Califorroad Conductors' Wilsjn and a son of Cornett were badnia, have mysteriously disappeared and ly wounded. foul play is suspected. otll-cia- ls o, ar e mid-da- y mus Kbeno.or Kphrnim McJlmsey, ed- window. Loss, Jrf,000. A dispatch from Harrodsburg says itor of tho Maryville Tribune, has gone to Washington after an ollicu. His that Mrs. A. E. Stevenson, of Bloom-ingtoname certainly entitles him to some III., is there the guest of tho aid from the government to help him family of Gen. P. Wat Hardin. The Is now tlio order of the day and of course you will be engaged in It before long. You carry it around. occasion of her visit is the arrival of will need a The lib annual convention of "Old her the Infant child of Maids" will be held in Millersburg, on Rev. and Mrs. Martin D. Hardin. Priday May 21st. About o0 delegates A dispatch from Middleburg says have signilied their intention to be that preparations are being made by present says Craddock's Kentuckian. tho G. A. It. to have the remains of tho And Several NICE RUCS. I have theiu. Prices Low as Anybody's. The old man ought to lake one at least late Col. Silas Adams removed from out of tho wet and render her Ineligible Pishing Creek to Ilustonvlllo on May 21). to membership. Sutlleient funds have been raised Col. Craddoek, having expressed a de- to erect a monument over him at that sire to bo preserved as a mummy when point. he dies, Col. French Tipton Is mean John Adams, of Warren county, has enoflgh to say that no process will be Invented and patented a mail deliverer necessary. Uo Is a mummy now, and receiver, the purpose of which is WILLIAM SHELTON. but doesn't know It. to receive mail from fast moving Tlio Second Session of 1890-9trains and deliver It on same. It has Cre-ccTo Tilt: Xouth. Tho (Jueen & ON MONDAY, 1S07. Route has inaugurated a service been satisfactorily tested, and ho has refused $o0,000 for tho invention. For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, &c send for our New Cata. of observation cars on tho famous Blue A special train bearing Gov. Brad- loguo Address, MRS. KAXyiK S. SAUFLEY. Lnv Phincipal, Stanford. Ky. Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati and Lexington. Free parlor cars and ley and thu commissioners will lea e Queen & Crescent Standard vestlbuled Louisville Monday at 7:1)0, arriving at day coaches. Four trains daily to Cin- Xashvlllo ut 12:110 where they will take cinnati with closo connections with all part in tho exorcises of Kentucky day. trains north. Queen & Crescent trains 17 Tho governor and others will make aro without a peer in tho South. -miles shortest line, unequalled train speeches. train service. W. C. Itlnearson, gen'l Pi of. Barnard, tho Nashville airship pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. mau, says ho has his machlue under Thomas Hawkins, of Woodford coun- perfect control. When he puts It on a IsJ Receiving hts- ty, Tenn., didn't know his pistol was wagon to bring it back it remains as loaded and snapped It at his little quiet and docile as a bale of hay. A Cincinnati forger raised a $27.47 brother. The boy was buried tho folcheck to $2,747 and got tho monoy. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. lowing day. n, Central University. Ten shares of Boylo Bank stock belonging to the estate of Greenberry Bright, deceased,, were sold Monday at auction to J. S. Chrisman at JltlTi, and ed figures and received money for his five shares to Geo. P. Bright, trustee, service in the lumber steal, made his at $1(0. Advocate. A general strike Is threatened In tho escape from tho penitentiary in some way. His home was in mines along the line of the Cincinnati unaccountable Cincinnati, where he has committed all Southern in Kentucky. Operators want kinds of crimes. The man has been In to reduce wages and miners say they S!l tho Ohio penitentiary twice and in the will not submit to a cut. Knox county is getting wild over the Cincinnati a number of times, but he was made a trusty and oil which has been struck by Mr. Wm. Welch, of Pittsburg, Pa. It is said it given the chance to rob tho State. will run at least '2 to .'!0 barrels of oil per day. Mr. Welch has most all tho HAltKLV WOIlTH THE SPACE. v ground leased. The hired man of tho Hoston Globe, In a row between George Sturgeon who was never any where before, says am1 William Johnson, and his two sons, "there aro more handsome women In Henry and John, In Marlon county, Nashville than anywhere else in ChrisJohn Johnson was fatally wounded in tendom " Of course they look pretty iv tho left breast and George Sturgeon reto a man raised among vinegar faced ceived a painful llesh wound in the left women, but the fellow should with- arm. hold his enthusiasm till ho makes a visThe handsome country home of Samit to Kentucky, whore he will tlnd that uel Royce, located at tho famous fort of m the half has not been told of female Daniel Boone, in Madison, wu destroyloveliness. ed by lire. Members of the family narWe aro indebted to tho Kansas City rowly escaped with their lives. A litWorld for the information that "Eras- tle son was pitched from tin work-hotis- o J. L. Frohman & Co., THE GLOBE, Danville, Ky. Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, 1 il ;. iW 0 I Feed of Every Sort i THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. I -- Oats and - Alnavs on Hand at 1 -- a J Car-Lot- td Orders at Special Price. J. H. BAUGHMAN & co. riai ! 1 i W up-stair- s' Spring Cleaning 1 grand-daughte- r, STRAW MATTING H. J. McROBERTS. President. 7 ! STANFORD FETCHLE COLLEGG. i 1. -- 4 ut OPENED JANUARY 25TH, 5 H. G. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- 1 j t X i SFR1NG AND SUMMER GOODS. rwi i . -i- J-Jl it w-'-'; mil iHliijl ( h "' '"- - fiinfiiiriirti '' "i MEZZ FftT lii'.MyiHp. .Vf 'hriTrtW.mrimtti'tJfttfXl- ! ; (. v, c u hi I Charles Barkloy was shot and killed o Tin: Legislature coined to n closo by Dennf , Jr.. will bo the referee in in Lexington by Georgo Kolley, beSeventh district. bare suggesand matters in limitation THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tion that Gov. Uradlcytliomay reconvene Though his nametho appeared under tho cause the former was too intimate with wife. it into extra session, No. 2, to force tho loi? cabin. Col. Brecklnrldgo will havo tho hitter's Is a paradise for anglers. It Michigan b bills j no say In the matter, which is another fusion and May 21. 1897 passage of the Is claimed that tho State contains withStanford. Kv.. into case of misplaced confidence. is enough to drive tho in its borders 4,il."i lakes and nearly or and honest men to the When Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge quite fiO.OOO streams. woods. The fusion bill is only an emer- was approached In Nicholasvlllo about WALTON. W. P. Gen. Kostaro Kristos, the chief of the gency for tho prolongation of the lives his republican association last fall ho Cretan Insurgents, is 100 years of ago, of the boltocrats and tho mob bill said: "My association with you fellows and is said to havo the lire and enthusDEMOCRATIC TICKET. would be a dead letter if passed. Gov. hist fall is not a pleasant reminisIs iasm of a youth of 0. Bradley has too much senso wo arc sure cence." This shows that tho colonel For Circuit Judge, M C. SA VFLEY. John Stadtlcr and family, of Muncle, unnot altogether as bad as he has been I ml., were saved from burning with S. OWSLEY, Jr. to harncprt up tho costly and " Com'lth Attorney, J. ruly team again and it can be suited al- pictured. " Uepretentative, - M. F. &OIITI1. house by tho cry of lire from a A dory comes by way of Frankfort their most with positiveness that he will not " County Judge, - .. E. LYNX. parrot which was In their room. that Dr. Hunter is by no means sure of Albert Michaels, living near Koko-m" County Clerk; - GEO. It. COOPER. do so. HELM. appointment to a foreign mission, that. " Cuuntu Attorney. HARVEY Intl., fell under a train and met a SKXATOK DAXlKh is regarded as Vir. In fact, he will get nothing from tho " Circuit Clerk, J. F. liULUAM. day death while on his way to the ginia's most eloquent of the latter administration and that his effort to horrible SAUL. M. OWENS " Sheritr, license. county seat to got histnai-riugDeboe not onorators, and yet Senator get the scat now held in tho House by ,l Jailer, GEO. W. DEUOIW. The membership of the Associated ly went to sleep while he was speakinsr Mr. Rhea will be frowned upon by C. G. BAKER. " Attor, Press is 081. with a yearly income of in the Semite chamber the other day, Speaker Reed. WM. LASDGRAF. " Coroner, to snore audi nlout iM.700.000. leased wire system of but had tho Senator Deboo and Congressman Hupt. Schooh, GARLAND SINGLETON bly. But Deboe is neither an orator, 2;t,'Jai miles and dally recept of .10,000 Brownlow. of Tennesse, met the presi of an orator and therefore nor tho son words. dent and asked him to modify Adolph Luertgei-t- , a Chicago sausage IlBltoic measures had to bo used to couldn't appreciate oratory, so the Vir orders In relation defeat the fusion bill, designed for the ginia orator need not take tho offense to the offices In tho revenue depart- manufacturer, has boon arrested for Is claimed the body benctit of bolters and iloators of both as an affront. Deboe has been nut-siment. Their object Is to have republi- wife murder. It but Senators Bronston and his ambition so lonsr and been nnnoye cans appointed to tho positions of store- was destroyed In the factory and used parties, tlu o.tnoruencv by plo hunters so continually since hi o ..i. vn UUUUUL nuiu nnini in keeper and ganger without an examina- fcr sausage. President McKlnley has selected us election, tnat tie is in a measure o.cus tion and In place of tho democrats now and they deserve voto 01 tnanKs n . After the Senate abk tho place to sjcnd tho hot months of i,r...i.nta holding them. UUUUUUmn'" dispatches Monday, Farm, tho summer split, as told in our Mr. Cockrell. dent., Mo.. Introudced summer, Cherry Dlt. Dkmok is a most ungrateful creaJohn B. Henderhomo of presided over by the amendment one faction ture. He owes his election almost In Congress this proposed and the other by Goebcl, nn United States: son, of Missouri. It Is about seven to Gov. Bradley and yet he to the constitution of tho agreement was effected, by which Gov. entirely delight in rewarding tho gov- - An income tax shall not be construed miles from Washington and far back seems to Worth ington consented to let .Mr. uoe ernor'. enemies. His appointment of as a direct tax within tho meaning of from the public road, situated among a of of fruit and shade tho Pondon bcl section 0 of article 1 of the constitution veritable forest TiKnxutnn's miDoal from his decision to trees. tary was tho first slap at his maker and but the Congress shall havo iowor When the Senate met Tuesday, Mr. he has followed It up all along tho line. lay and collect a tax on Incomes derivFARM AND TRADE. Goebelwasin the chair and Senator Tho latest announcement that ho has ed from any source whatever, without Bronston began to speak on his apto apportionment or enumeraselected Gcorgo Denny as postmaster regard Tl c Glasgow Times rejwrts sales of peal. If the bill could be forced over is another tion. a vote, it could not be- referee in the 7th district and shows N. corn at i'2. the day without A special from Washington to tho stab in tho same direction The farmers say that a good deal of come a. law if passed by the Senate, as Y. Journal says that Blackburn and tho that Deboe is entirely under has popped up In their wheat. the House could not pass it before tho Carlisle met by chance the other day cheat Huffman bought of J. H. Park-son- s of Hunter and his gang. O. P. was a talk against final adjournmeut. It In that city, when the latter extended some extra good butcher stuff at Blackbu rn time and Bronston was equal to it, tho' b bill passed by the Sen- his hand to the former. The by having the rules ate as a substitute for tho worthless spurned It and in livid, lashing phrase, :uo. he secured a rest Iago, 2:11, brought W.OOO ut Faslg's of the Legislature, the constitution one passed by the House, was adopted gave forth such views of Cat lisle as Cleveland, O., sale. The black mare, docuand other such uninteresting by the latter body after considerable will ring alarms in that statesman's ments rend by the clerk. At 4:.'50 l i. opposition, and when tho governor ears for many a day to come. Carlisle Candy, brought $1,000. Isaac Hamilton, of Rowland, hos lost a motion to adjourn was mado and Mr. signs it, tho toll gate raiders may look is not recorded as making ar.y retort. attention to tho rule out. Itiray be an Improvement on the Later, Blackburn talked of pistols and a number of hogs recently of a disease Cronston called that no member should vote who was law now on the statute books, but what declared the day would come when he which resembles typhoid fever. publicaCol. S. D. Bruce has sold his not present when tho question was is needed is not so much of laws, but would make Carlisle publicly admit n stud book, to tho tion the by him more of enforcement. put. Among those challenged that he (Carlisle) was a coward, a liar New York Jockey Club for yii.000. of Clark. He, was Senator Holloway, and a rogue. John Rolwrts, a wealthy Kentucky like the 'Fayette statesman, is redPOLITICS The Louisville Dispatch gives the and fiery, and when the chalrepubli- cattle buyer, was fired upon from amheaded and certain Republicans and boltocrats of Clark reason boltocrats fusion bill when it bush In Pohj county, 111., and killed. lenge was mado he rushed at Bronston, cans advocate the a fuMyers & Allen sold nt Danville Monsaying that ho had been deprived of county, have agreed to nominate says: These political orphans, mado day i:i yearling cattle at $21.10; seven caught sion ticket. his rights long enough. Friends of deserters from the republican Hon. A. B, Montgomery, of Ken- up at $20 and 10 calves at hold of him and a collision was avertand deserters from tho got in a tongue-lashin- tucky, has resigned fi om tho Dawes democratic organization, are anxious $11. ed, while Bronston Joab Rlgney sold at Danville Monday calling Halloway "a d n Indian commission. to place themselves In position where E. U. Fordyce, of Bowling Green, thev mav bo able to obtain temporary a lot of grazing cows at 2c; a hunch of whelp" and other unparliamentary was de- and J. D. Wilson, of Cloverport, were sheltc- - until they can establish an or heifers at 3c and some stock steers at 3 names. The motion to adjourn feated and Bronston continued until appointed postmasters. Ihey to 4c. phans' home for themselves. During March and April Chicago McKlnley's message with reference hope to pass the fusion bill so as to motion to adjourn was 6:30, when a and carried. An effort was made to destitute Americans in Cuba is so place themselves In a position where packers slaughtered 849,llrt hogs, showmade by tho republicans and boltocrats to tame that the Jingoes of his party are they can negotiate for terms with tlio ing 30,03."i decrease compared with a year ago. disgusted. the Senate, but Gov. exlstltiL' political organizations. They says there are 3.3S0 exIs stated that Mr. Forman, the a most conIt who seems to be hoe to be able to hold the balance of The Advocate ho does occasionally present commissioner of internal reve- power between the democrats and tho port cattle being fed in Boyle county. scientious man, if Sc Whitley go off half cooked, declined to be a par- nue, will hold his place until January republicans, and In so doing to estab- J. C. Caldwell and Farrls having 800 largest holders, ty to It. In order that there might be 1, 1898. He is a boltocrat. lish a brokerage business for the nego are the each. Senator Foraker, of Ohio, created a tiation of political deals. no possible chance for the bill to slip Churchill Yeager, of,thc Hedgovillo through, Mr. Bronston kept up his stir In the Senate bv producing some of section, has bought a threshing maWednesday and pandemo- the secret consular reports and State tactics again News Briefly Told chine of tho most modern make and nium reigned for awhile and until an department correspondence concerning Cuba. was forced till 3 p. M. At New York .'10,000 tailors are on a will make a bid for your wheat crop adjournment this year. The democratic State central com- strike. There was nothing done at the afterR. Cobb. fr's. premium yearling bull New York has passed a stringent noon session and that ended the fight mittee of Ohio adopted resolutions renow weighs 1,110 iounds, having gainbill, which affirming the Chicago platform and fixbill. and settled tho fato of the S. M. Davis, a prominent citizen of ed 100 jKiunds In tho last month. Mr. was conceived in sin and born in in- ing June 2!)th for a Suite convention ut Cobb has dubbed this 300 beauty TipGeorgetown, died suddenly. iquity. The political cowards who Columbus. Judge George M. Tliomas, RepresenTho Navarro Cafe at Lexington now pecanoe 10. a chance to vote for republiwanted is the first does service as a circuit court room. Albert VonGrunagan and Fred cans without marking under their de- tative Pugh's father-in-laLouisville dairymen, bought Vnndorllp, of Illinois, has straight or not Kentucklan to land a good thing, solicFrank A. vice, will have to vote ! Greetings in this section Xi milk cows at from of internal revenue bureau, at made secretary of the treasury. itor been at all. Bully for Bronston a year. William Hlllard, a Cairo, 111., shoe- ?22.;10 to 3.". They shipped them to galore for Goebel Senator Deboo has indorsed Leslie maker, committed suicide by eating Louisville Wednesday. The Now York Journal goes for Sen- Combs, of Lexington, for pension wax. The cxort of wheat from New York ator Hill in a way he mu3t despise. It agent. He Is said to have made the inbeen hoisted be- in 1500 was l.V.)17,KI2 bushels, valued at The white flag has had him interviewed on tho question of dorsement by request of President tween the armies of Greece and Tur- $ll,0!)'.t,W10, whilst for the current year of tho democratic factions MeKinloy. a bushels, having a value it Is key. and tho result was a very decided plea Mrs. Mary Deane, candidate for A Frankfort Negro ate '.l' eggs and of $12,001 ls3S, showing a decrease In didn't school superintendent In Jessamine, two loaves of bread In X minutes on a quantity of 030, 10 bushels and an Infor harmony. The think it looked so well In print, how- mounts the raging stump and presents wager of $1. crease In price of 001,(f0. s ever, and he charged that pig Goodyear, tho noted minC. C. Wlllett sold his claims for tho otlice in genuine her Charles of It was a fake and tho rest full of mis- masculine style. strel, died at Denver last week of heart a few days ago to J. A. Calloway, of statements and Inaccuracies. The JourPaducah, for 920. The purchaser of It is about settled that the new su- disease, aired 41. nal thereupon declares that every word perintendent of the Lakeland Asylum Tun iii.Unnirsin iall at Fort Madison, this freak has several other freaks, a printed is true and that in denying will be either Dr. John Long, of Louis- Iowa, cut off a hand each so thoy would d mule, a calf with two their truth. Mr. Hill states what ho ville, or Dr. Goslee. the present assis- - not have to work. heads, etc., which he will probably Irnnwx to be false, that ho is essential tantM,pCrhlUjndont In Eplrus, Greek girls Hung them- - bi,ow- - ut the Tennessee ExHsltIon. peanut ,Klitlclan, who forfeited all - selves from rocks toescape tho clutches Mnylleld Mirror. ly a ThQ Natonttl Senate, without dlvlstitle to authority by skulking during , passed a resolution carrying into of tho lecherous Turks. Tho Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democr.!. t.1t..1 nmnnnlrrn " mo presiuuiibiut t,uHi)i(," !inil tnilt. in effect President McKlnley's message and Xi injur- - rUj,ort.s about .100 cattlo on tho market Nino people wero killed every test he has proven worthless ex- and appropriating $50,000 for the relief ed by an accident to a train carrying Monday. Prices a shade easier than cept that of impudence. Tho of Americans in Cuba. army reserves in Germany. they wero last court day, and quality may be a democrat as ho used to Tho dispatches state that Davison William Gragg, of Sturgls, took co - not lu KOOit neHt Hold at 4Jo: good claim, but ho hasn't any sand In started with Gen. Dan Collier to pre- roslvo sublimate after having put up a yearlings same price; cows and heifers his gizzard If ho doesn't call Editor sent him to tho president, but they nev- handsome tombstone for himself. from 2 to 3c. About 1,000 sheep cluing-c- l Hearst to taw. Congress, which Scotch-Iris- h Another case of selectThe hands at 2c n pound to $2.00 a head. er got there. was to have been held In Detroit In Mules wero very dull. ing tho wrong man, general, eh? THE Legislative committee, appointDr. Hunter's friends at Washington June, has been postponed until fall. The Sarcoxte, Miss., Horticultural ed to Investigate the management of The bill appropriating 8750,000 for a Association, controlling 1,100 acres of scores War- aro considerably annoyed at the fact tho Eddyville penitentiary, president is allowing a little newcapltol at Jackson, has passed both strawberries, advertised for 10,000 pickden Happy fore and aft, accusing him that the an Indictment to stand In tho houses of the Mississippi Legislature. ers. Twenty thousand responded and thing like of negligence, incapacity, despotism, way of his nppointmentYs minister to it - iiit.l tlmt. William Waldorf As the overllow has been so great that littleness and bribery. Tho report furforced to sleep upon tho Peru. $125,000 to feed tho thousands ther suggests his retirement und Is The Harrodsburg Sayings believes it tor has contributedduring tho queen's ground andwero prepare their meals in lias- hungry of London signed by democrats and republicans of tho Mercer de- jubilee, tlly improvised dugouts. Tlio line or ulikc, showing that there is no politics voices tho sentimentssays mocracy when it that Messrs. Godfried Bal&ke, a gun smith of Do. campers extends for 10 miles up and conduct of our penin tho matter. The and Owsley will receive the fiance, O., made a cannon, loaded it, sat down on either sldo of Spring River. itentiaries is a burning shame and dis- Sautloy hearty, united and victorious support in front of it and deliberately Ignited J. C. Caldwell bold last night to J.W. grace and if no other issue was advanc' Bales, agent, 800 fat cattlo at $ 1. 05. Ono fuse. of tho of tho party in that county. tho ed but that for the scourging Gov. Bradley has appointed Dr. Geo. J. P. Rowlett blew out tho gas in his half aro to be taken within tho next 20 republican party from iwwer, that room at Senning's Hotel, Louisville, days and the remainder about July 1st. Kentucky will W. Griffiths, of Louisville' to be would bo sulliclent. of the Kentucky State and was asphyxiated. He was from As these cattlo will average about 1,400 never go republican again. The chance guard, in place of Dr. Klmbley, of the sum total of tho deal will approxi- Munfoidsvllle. given that party to look at the books who resigned after tho snub Incatlio Kngllsh Kitchen res- - mate $52,000. Lillard Bros, sold to A waiter at has clearly demonstrated Its administered by the governor. taurant at Louisville, has fallen heir Bales 23 plain, very fat export cattle at pacity to keep books at all. Tho boltocrats and republicans will to $30,000 and will not wear the white $1.00, to go during the last half of Juno. D. N. Prewltt bought of R. L. Hubblo put out a ticket at Danville apron any more. SOME men havo greatness thrust on afternoon. The former will havo tho Tom Lamastus 41 hogs, irom r,uoatiKs uros. u and Bud Creel und Tim or them like Senator Deboe, but he has sheriff und county clerk, tho latter asd fight on from G. A. Swincbroad 0 ut $3.30. Ho were killed in a himself famous by taking a quiet mado sessor and jailer. There will bo no Ball Creek, In Bell county. Thoy were also bought 23 from Mrs. Broaddus at othsnooze In the Sonuto chamber tho nominations for judge or circuit clerk. returning from a dunce and fell out $3.35. Theyjwere shipped toCinein-whll- o er day while tho old hens in that body on"the road. natl. Advocutc. Senator Deboo says thut Mr. Georgo wero cackling. jost-otllcto-da- y - anti-mo- tax-paye- rs Read find Hef leet. is always the cheapest. Thuru is no economy It is n known principle tlmt Hie in buying an inferior quality because the price is low. And bolter still it the fact that thee it no economy in buying high wliuu you eun come to our store and do otherwise. Perfectly amazed wore tho buyers who visited our storo List week nt the I bjt o, Phenomenal Bargains We o Terod, This week wo ! give bigi;ur hargiiint than over, Cleve-1,im1'.ii.lv- U mn-vie- o -- black or Tan Shoe fcr La is in Luce or Button; tip, worlli J3 11.50 for Dulles' black or tnn 8hoe in Latest Style; worth 12 50. $1 will buy you a kid slioo with tip, in heel or spring lire!. Hoys' shoot for 7oc nud upward. .Mens' Tnn ami Ox Bloods atf 35 to f I. We ate making 12 for a tine, 1 1 u 11 SPECIAL DRIVES In Ladies' and Mem' Neckwear, Lnce, Klbbont, Silks, Cnrpcls, Curtain", Fixtures. A half pricu Shirt waist opportunity. Pole or and duS $1 Ladies' Waists for 75c. LmlieV Sopnrnto Dress and Wnlkiug Skirt. 51c for 75c wnisls; 253 for 5 )c waists, Tailor-innd- e 1.25. 3 00 in tlio Int M mi most perfect fitting stylet. f2 Skirts for Skirts for 12.25; J4.60 Skirt for ii 50. 1 1 25 Corsets for $1. comset 5r r! "!r V V 50o 1 00 Corets for 75c. anti-mo- Suiniiiur corset 00c. 75cCorset for 50c. liny your Corsets 25c, NEW ORGANDIES KenioinlKT we ulve n handsome and From our new linejeit ohmumI tip Mnud.iv useful clock to every customer who-- e purchases amount to f25 or over. well-know- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UKHAXSKY A CO , Pnonuirroiis. Emi- T. D. HANKY. Maxamkr. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lawrenrcburg, Cynthlnnn, Versailles, nence, Georgetown, Kliznbetlitown, Frankfort, mid Mauckport, Iud. two-year-ol- ds g, m 2 5 tl' : &&m&J&ffi&M&w r Home and Farm Paint. The Im really-mixe- d m .fit! f2l m iy v- Wor-thlngto- n, i m :S: Paint. White Usui. Oils Vurnl-lie- s Wood Stalin and 1 a J i S jr. X. Carriage Paint. Price lower than ever U'fore on the our color cnnlt. Mime, I K' strictly pit good. S-- 1 K" 1 m &. iVA anti-scalp- er I I W. B. MoROBERTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. -- m SKK OUR- - Vnn-Allme- n, $.",-0- 00 ! Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CKRRIHCES, HHRNESS, SC. Rest and Largest Lino of Implements hi town. Sou u before buying. re-uni- 1 PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Rcforc, Satisfaction Guaranteed. three-fourth- six-lugg- B. K. WEAREN A SOV. 17.0 three-legge- at UnDGRCMinG RY -- -- -- I . 1 J. C. M CLARY. Harness Also carries a Nice Line Horse Blankets. U hips, &c Buggy Robes, Square, Stanford. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se . . . . . Wjt Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director .Saddles, Bridles, of Ky B mw Any thing you want 'rom au uvcry-day, IKUR Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our woll selected Htock of General Merchandise nnd aro now prcpiucd to o, Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. suit lo a wedding outfit. Our stock of I three-hande- Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queonsware, FARRIS a HARDEN, iSc was never more complete, L " H fri i M mm fctiililrtiw bi Hi .i jnjifa1 "i SSE THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. Xi:w lino clocks. DunlcH.Jowcler. to loan on real ohtuto. thtti otlloo. &VK) Aiply ut LOT)f sample saddles at wholesale prices. Higgins & McKlnney. -- - May 21, iSrtf Sl'HINU whuut Hour at Higgiiirt & McKinnoy'ti. W l Walton, Hwinixs Manaoi:k. Ilorsi: to rout on posttntistor In Crab Orchard. Call there. ft I ) Tun best Ik clioupost. That's why Ni:V I'rocowj Oasollne stovo for salo our palntH, load ami oil aro clienpont. cheap.. Call at John II. Meier's. l'onny'M Drug Store. Don't fail to see Higgins ic MoKin- - who would. Violkt Talcum 1'owder, Violet Toinoy about Aetuo Cemunt before you do let Water for young and old people at PERSONALS. Tin: Christian Kndeavor Society at any plastering. W. H. Molloboi 'Is. Mt. Xenla will give a strawberry supCi.YDUCL'Utih, of tho Kant Knd. Is d per from I to n V. M. Tuesday night Hlacic Knamel Hoof Paint. down with elillltf. Foil Hknt. Mrs. Fannio Dunn's to last five years. For sale by next. Admission 2," cents. They are Miss SunlloL'T made a Hying- trip proporty on Danville pike. Largo gar-- d going to send a hay wagon to town for Craig A: Ilockor. en; good outbuildings. J. It. ltoutt. to Loulnvlllc this week. tho-- o who wish to attend and will only W. MoKlttrlok told hovcni Hinall ' you think of buying a wagon don't Sl'ltisc chickens aro ery slow in charge 2. cents for the round trip. If loto of corn at i'l at his urib. coming in. The few that have been of- fall to look at J. H. Higgins' Capital you wish to go leave your name with Aftkh a long- tusrtlo with the grip, fered wagon. It Is a daisy. mot ready sale at '2.'. to .'10c, each. Ben Hardin, at the St. Asaph. Mph. J. K. Port mini in out again. COUNTY CLCIUv W. .1. rOTKIJT, of Ht'd Finish, olTootlve, safe and ecoTun Southern Telephone Co. has Commkntino on our remark that Ilnrrodaburg-- , was hero thin week. driven some pegs and hauled some nomical for killing potato bugs and cur. Stanford people preferred talking to Mlts. T. I. Hill, .lit., and sons aro kj!os to town, preparatory to putting cullo of all kinds. W. H. McRoberts. each other by tho word of mouth to the visiting- relatives tu the West Kml. up tho wires for tho exchange. n telephone exchange, the Lebanon Ross Davison seems to have been Mlt. J. II. Hauohman Is working tho says: "Tho same was said hero in Tun Central University and Centre left out in tho pie deal and like the Lebanon when inouuUiins in the Interest of his mill. the telephone system Mil. M. t Kt.KlN went to Carrollton College clubs will cross ha to on the hit. poor boy at the corn shucking, he lias was tlrst mentioned. Within tho pegrounds Saturday afternoon at gone oil" in tho corner to cry. Wednesday to get up a Maccabee lodge. tor's riod of two years the telephone compa;t:.'!(). Admission .0c, ladies 2."c. C.UlilOLL 1'oiitman will open a barMom: seasonable weather has pre- ny has increased the number of its subber shop at Mt, Vernon In a few days. London has a steam laundry. It is vailed for several days, but the skies scribers from f0 to l.'lo. The same, we Mlts. Maky McKki:, of Danville, is to Iw ho)ed that Its career will bo long- are becoming overcast with the clouds, think, can be done in the striving little the guest of Hon. and Mrs. It. C. War- er and more profitable than tho one which promise to give us showers Fri- city of Lincoln county." day. which ran for a short season hero. ren. SnilMON AND DlXOItATlON. The Dit. 1'khcy Huston and wife, of aro called byChalnnan Odd Fellows will celebrate the 7bth Dkmociiats A. J. Kaiu', tho Stanford photoHrcHlhead, were hero shopping Tues grapher, will uiko pictures in the J. K. Carson to meet here Saturday, Memorial Day bj? decorating the graves day. 2!th, to name delegates to the conven of deceased brothers in ButTalo CemeMltS. K. I,. KUINIIAHT Is tdHMldiug Thompson building in Lancaster on tion to nominate a candidate for appcl tery, Tuesday, June 8th. At 2:110 p. m. the week with her parents in Dan- next Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- late clei k. that day, Klder J. T. Sharrard will day. ville. . preach a sermon on "Odd Fellowship" J OK McAl.ISTKH, who will bo one of Tin: commencement exercises of at the Presbyterian church, after which Caldwell, the aged Centre College's .'10 graduates this year, and highly thought of mother of An- Stutilortl Female College will not occur the members of the Order will march is at home for a few days. derson Chit, died Tuosday and was till June 10th. The nnmuil concert will to the cemetery and strew flowers over Mlt. It. M. Nr.wi.ANi), of Stanford, burled at her old home near Millcdge be given the night before. There will the graves. All members of the Order made a Hying visit to our Ilttlo city vlllo. be only one graduate. In the county urc expected to be presSunday.-Lebanon 1'aleon. A: Co. are giving ent, together with tho widows and chilTim election to decide whether or J. II. HaCOIiman Mlt. .1. It. Wahiikn Ih growing weakdren of deceased brothers. daily and it looks like his long life not saloons shall be opened at Junction their mill a spring cleaning from lop er to bottom. A good deal of the machinCity will bo hold and as both is drawing rapidly to a close. Accidi:nt. As Mrs. Pattlo Denny Missks Lixzu: and Mauy Logan sides aro loaded for "bar" a hot time ery, including the rollers, ha been and Misses Belle Denny and Adolo sent to Louisville for repair. Saulley were descending a steep hill on a 10 back from a protracted and de- is anticipated. their way to Mr. S. W. Givens' Wedlightful visit to friends la Knoxville. TiikiM: Is some ' murmurs of disap Tin: Caledonian entertainment adnesday their horse squatted and the Mil. W.S. Hilton, one (if .lunetion vertised for has been declared proval of the democratic ticket in the buggy running upon him suddenly,Mrs. City's big merchants, was on yester- on", owing to tho inability of Sam Men-efc- o West Kud, but it Is solid in the oth Denny and Miss Saulley were thrown day's North-Iountrain going to Ignito get the battery of his phono- er parts of the county and will be in out, the latter' striking her head and tion. graph back from tho factory in tlmo. that when certain democrats realize rendering her unconscious for a few MKSSIIS. I'HII. SODKN and Kd what a good one it is. moments. She is not badly hurt and came up from Ioulsvillc WednesOld MONI'.Y. Postmaster John W. was able to come homo a few hours la day to sou Will Dudderar, who contin- Itout carries as luck pieces a Spanish TllK State Hoard of Koualization ues very low. half dollar made in 1780 and a dollar of raised the assessment of Lincoln coun ter. Mrs. Denny was considerably Mil. William Dal'ijiikuty went to the same stamp made in 1MKJ. Tho lat- ty from l,27:i,178 to Mr)7ft,0t)l; Casey bruised, but was otherwise unhurt, Iouisville Tuesday to represent the I. ter piece was given him by his brother, from $l,;U7,!KMi to $l,:i7f..Ti and Rock while Miss Denny, who held to her O. O. F. lodgo of this place at the Frank, who died in 18KI. castle from S4s,!)!)2 to SU,lt!. There seat, escaped injury. Kucampment. was no change made in Boyle and Gar- tirand HUFFMAN. Mr. J. E. Huflraan, afAttention. All the members of tho ram. CUT. J. H. D0UOLA8, of .lelllco.was ter a long illness of consumption, died Tom Napier Camp of Confederate Veton Tuesdny's train Urn ml for Hopkint-vill- o Picnic Dr. W. D. Tardif tells us at HustonviUe Tuesday night, aged 72. to attend the annual conclave of erans, No. 812, will meet at headquarIn Stanford Saturday afternoon, that the HustonviUe, Lancaster and Ho was the last of four brothers and ters the Knights Templar. 22d, at :i o'clock. Hy onler of T. L. Stanford lodges of the United Brothers next to the last of the seven children Mils. Will Hctciikk and son, who of Friendship will hold a monster pic- of the late Wm. HutTraan, Mrs. Hanhave lcen visiting her parents, Mr. Sheltou, commander. T. M. Adj. nic here on Friday, Juno 2."th, und that nah Potect, of Harrodsburg, being the and Mrs. .1. W. Adams, returned to the day will be a red letter one in the only survivor. Mr. Huffman married Lexington yesterday. AS excursion train will run from Miss Mary Bailey in 1,841), who survives, .IL'ImikJamks DkNTON, of Somerset, Louisville to Richmond Saturday night, history of the Order. and to them six children were born, passed up to Rockcastle Tuesday to see June 12, atiJii.fiO for the round-trior It is rejHirted that Vernon Itichnrd-son- , three of whom are living, Mrs. H. R. what that county would do for him for 1.7." to Stanford and back. From StanKsq., of Danville, now an attorney Mrs. Kate Culbertson and W. circuit judge. He will also visit Whit- ford to Richmond and return tho fare Is at law, but formerly a tyjio and once or Cnmnltz, S. HulTmun. Ho was a veteran of two ley and other counties in his district. 7fo. Procure tickets at Cook Far- twice an employe of this olllce, is a can wars, having served in the Mexican as AMONC the M graduates of Millers-bur- g mer's barbershop. didate for tho legislature in Boyle. a private and in the civil war as a capHo is a bright and capable young man tain in tlio Federal army. Bofore Female College whoo comme'ice-inen- t the TilK Mu Sterling Sentinel-Democrand we should like to see him honored. last war he was a whig and as such deoccurs Mny -- l, are Misses Susan is onto Col. Hoone and his "Hlack DiaFisher Woods, Anna Kvans Hrlght and feated Capt. George II. McKlnney for mond Railroad." It says ho "proposTim young ladles of the PresbyterHussle Harris Woods, and we are Indebteircuit clerk after one of the most hotes" to build a railroad from tho lakes ian church hnd the Walton store-rooed to them for Invitation. to the gulf and in wobbling around ho looking like a thing of beauty as we ly contested elections In the county. Miss Lou Clahk, who came near "proo-cs- " to lake in all tho towns In went to press, with pretty girls galore He tilled the olllce most acceptably and getting the prize before, was up from added to tho high esteem in which the lloylo Tuesday and agreed to try It Kentucky in order to Interest them all- to serve the ice cream and strawberries, people held him. A number of years again in the declamatory content next Tin: pay train ran into the eaboo&o which have been nronnred in abun ago, he moved his family to Covington, month. Slnj has just returned from of tho work train near Hazel Patch dance. If this meets your eye and you where ho was connected with tho inter'otter College, where sho graduated in Tuesduy damaging the engine of the haven't patronized them do so at once. nal revenue olllce and afterwards travan advanced class of elocution. former and the caboose considerably, It only costs a quarter. eled for a Cincinnati house, at one time T. .). IlATC'llKli, of Stanford, was but fortunately nobody was hurt. Tho Lost $1,000.000. Mr. J. A. Wright, bearing the distinction of being the here Monday looking up a location for blame seem-- , to rest on the llagman of the carpenter, claims that he has lost highest salaried drummer from that a shoe shop. Wo would 1m; glad to have the work train who failed to sot out his $1,000,000 by being a little slow. He city. His health falling, he had to quit him locate here. Hu is a good man. llntf. has been spending his idle moments re- the road and moved back to Huston Mt. Vernon Signal. You aro mighty cently on an engine cylinder which be vlllo, where he has since lived. A rePlliiSTON Tiioiinton, who commitright, he is, and Stanford, would bo being an improvement on the publican since tho war, he enjoyed the ted suicide In Louisville Sunday for sides very sorry to sou him leave. kind now used, would use the same confidence of his party and frequently Tiikkk is nothing small about James love of Miss Nettio Hello Smith, was steam several times, probably a half presided over its meetings. He was n Maret. of the Mt. Vernon Signal. He here recently in connection with his dozen. He had about gotten It comple member of the Christian church for notices the prospective visit of K. C. railroad duties, and told a friend, .vho ted when he read that a New York years and his faith sustained him in the Walton to his town next Molality and is nicely ll.xcd up for man had sold his patent for the identi- dying hour. After services at the adds: Our people aro glad to meet Kd. that ho was going to marry shortly and cal thing for $1,000,000. He is working church, tho remains were conveyed to Hut few escape placing their names on settle down in happiness in such a on another patent which it is safe to say the cemetery on the hill and in tho his list when he Hjwaks to them with home. presence of a large crowd of relatives no time will be lost on. reference to the "cheapest and lest." and friends laid to rest. Ho was tho Many banks are reducing their cap. ItKMAitiCAiiLK Man. Mr. Samuel second of the family to die in a short .iriHii: Wm. McKkk Duncan, a ital and distributing their surplus in Dudderar, of tho Goshen section, is an time, his brother, Dr. Will Huffman, is lying view of tho decision against them, brother of Mrs. It. C. Warren, but at the point of death in Louisville, from Dr. J. H. Owsley, cashier of tho Far- exceptional man in many respects and of Lancaster, having preceded him thcolTccts of an operation performed mers Bank & Trust Co., says his direc- is no doubt the healthiest man in the scarcely a month. age taken into consideration. for tousilltis. He was raised at Lan tory will take no action until tho su- county, During tho GT) years of his life he has At Fremont, O., a verdict of $7,000 caster, but has been living in Louisville premo court passes on tho question. Ho had a doctor only once, then when he was returned for Mrs. Addio M. Smith a number of years. feels sure that that court will reverse was less than 10 years old. He has nev- against the estate of tho late Mrs. 'Warren has later Information the Kentucky court of appeals and hold R. B. Hayes. Mrs. Smith sued for er sworn an oath, never tried to chew that her brother Is not in the bcrious tho Hewitt law to ho good. or smoko and was never under tho in $2T,000 damnges for permanent injurcondition claimed, but Is rapidly ImHand Hukt.AIox Flytagg, tho fluence of whisky although ho does not ies received in u runaway, caused by a proving. mastllT dog owned by the Hayes family. on the K. C, had ono hesitate to take a toddy when his sy S. J. SlIACiviXKOKU, of Owonsboro, jireaehcr-llremaBroker Chapman, who is spending ."0 calls for it. Ho was never dunned of his hands badly hurt on his engine n tern candidate for clerk of tho court of for an account in his life ami if ho pays days in jail at Washington, for not was hero Tuesday with Mr. II. few days ago tfnd is laying oil until it all debts like he does the iNTnitlOil telling who his. Senatorial patrons H. Farris, of Danvillo. Ho Is making gets well. In tho meantime Kngineer ho never will be, invariably were, has had his cell furnished with no actlvo canvass of this section, con- Henry Lammers is enjoying his pipe to Journal tho fullest extent. Smoking is consid- paying for his paper before his sub- brass bedsteads, chiffoniers, rugs, ice ceding It to Mr. W. H. Mason, but scription expires. He commenced life chests, tapestries and etchings. wants our people to remember him if ered an unpardonable sin by Mr. FlyA Texas politician Is bragging bewith less than nothing and now ho is tho hitter's polo should not bo long tagg and It Is little oi'no enjoyment to one of Lincoln's most solid citizens, cause ho succeeded in striking McKin-le- y enough to reach the persimmon. Mr. smoke in tho moral Hreman's presfor $10. It is probable that tho farm of lino land, having a d ence. Shackelford is a worthy and well president would be glad to get rid as well stocked, bank stock and, last but easily of all tho persistent otllco seekdemocrat and made a most favora .Samk Old Talk. Tho grand jury at not least, a nice bank account. Mr. ers. I ble impression on all he met. Harrodsburg adjourned without lindiug Dudderar never comes to town without Tho democrats of Pike county have a single indictment against tho turn- something to sell and when he camo nominated Mi&s Klizabcth Ford for HOME NEWS, pike raiders, who have been signally Wednesday ho was loaded down with school superintendent.a Isaac Hubbard lost steer from eatdefiant during tho term of court. As feathers, wool und For tho IMJ Jailku DkHokd has 1.1 guests now. the law seems to bo unable to reach tho pounds of feathers eggs.received .TJo; ing clover. he ISCOMPAHAiiLK. The service on tho Metliodlsts aro proparlng to scamps, either through sympathy of 200 pounds of wool 17c and 40 dozen Queen & Tin: Crescent fast trains South those who aro sworn to execute It or eggs, flc, making S77.U2. "Hard times Through Pullman drawinir room sleep paint their church. from Inability to got evidence against' don't bother mo much" said he, "tho ers. Standard vestlbuled day coaches Tin: latest thing out in Chamber sots them, it looks llko tho cit harder tho times tho harder I work." (lavatories and smoking rooms.) cafe, cars. .at Warren & -Shanks'. izens will havo to organize and put Wo would suggest that others of our Twenty-fou- r parlor and observation Flori,' hours Cincinnati to down tho raiders oven if thoy havo to farmers emulate Mr. Dudderar's splen- da or to Now Orleans, W. C. RlNEAIl-soSuVKliAL inches of snow fell hero l.tll UIU lnul rr ii Ul kUCIU. gen'l pass'r ugt., Cincinnati, O. did example. Kill ltii IUOI UIIU thrco years ago yestcrduy. k- -. Guat-anteeII-two-hors- Tin: L. & N. has asked Marshal Now-lan- d to enforce to the letter tho town ordinance against drumming of any fonif tnt'nu ti rwl lliimriiu i.li.in tuif kind on its platform hero, and he says than any at Warren it Shanks'. ho will do bo, it matters not who it JOHN Huay caught a "i pound cat hurts nor what happens. llsh near Cook Springs Wednesday. Stanfohd booms to bo a soft snap for people who wish to desert their wives. Tin: kid nine of this place will play Tt is n M. Johnson loft his wife at the Car a similar club at HustonviUe Saturday J. penter House and let out leaving her afternoon. and child to bo cared for by thoo I ' 3 IIuvo boun filled here without a single mistake. good record and wa arc proud of it. 57,883 Prescriptions M FENNY'S DRUG STORE. o 55? 1 f - Mothers, Attention. We know you want your boy to be well dressed., We will Fal-col- '"j Dress Boys' Hoys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Coat, fim in Good Style For very little money tt 'T5 m E M m fiji Vil m - DKATH.--Mnrl- ah Wash Suits, size 3 to 7 years, only 50 cents. Wash Suits, size 3 to 7 years, only 73 cents. Worsted Suits, size 6 to 15 years, only 7oc. Good Worsted Suits, size fl'to 15, only $1.25. Plaid and Check Suits, size 5 to 15, only 2. Cap, 2 pairs Pants, size 5 to 15, only $3.50 Finer Suits up tof5. Try our "Iron Clad" Fast Black Hose for Boys at 25 cents. - to-da- y i SEVERANCE Si SON. mwmmmmmjmmmWiMm to-nig- d Dtid-der- ar WATTIWrGS Time to buy. ! A large assortment of Blues, Greens, Browns, Reds, Whites, Yellows, W. Good-knigh- t, Both in Japs and Chinese. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. p t PAINT. BET,2igDY LEAD. Beyond doubt wc have the best Ready-mixed at Paint on ilie market. m 0IL& VAKni$r)G$, (0L(TO, At Lowest Cash Prices. 1 CRAIG &. HOOKER. Cfi.in.as. to flion Locust Hera Reg. Poland s -. house-keepin- g, pedigree.. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltuyour wants or como and see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Alo Mammoth l'ekln Duck A. E. IIIT.VDLEV, l!o 10.1, Danville. KV. Eggs, 1 for 13. THE Thoroughbred BUU2-G(MS- Son of Klover's Model, No 29,710. thu greatest breeding liog living, and UL'NDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. son of tho World" Columbian Champion, Claude', So. 11,007. Fine, loppy young Imkii-- ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows In everv respect, with a specialty, for sale, Tids stock strictly llrt-cla- ss Headed by U. S. ltfOOEI., r)0. 38,353. n r. i l ; S HERO 'I HOBS t Duroc Jersey D My brooders were H'!ectel fmm the Ixwt herds or tills lUiimui breed of Kwliie In Nivcral States ol A iplemlld lot of pip of ace for sale. Hretl illtli-n-n- t owsaecialtv solicited. Satlfacthni;uuraiitvcl. AddriM Corrcs-jxjnilcnc- o m m R. H. BSONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. The n Buckeye Churn Mnkcs hard work easy. Yon can get more butter. Yon wash, salt and work tho butter before taking it out of tho churn. oOO-nor- o Will Sell You One on i 2i 1 quiil-Ule- Trial. It will pay for itself in few weeks. and tee it. Call a The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. law-abidi- Kle-ga- nt Most Complete and Convenient Freezer over offered in Stanford. Requires less labor less tinio and less ice than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minutes to freeze cream. We guarantee them to do all we claim and thoy aro s Id on trial. Very respectfully, Come and see for yourself. Try one. i n, mW frYtj-tw- t HIGGINS & M' KINNEY. 4MCmwm 5C? "19'J& r.- -, a ty.-r.r- rrc.vr.Vk?. VpKarTjfc MiiiiiIWgnwliTmiWH-iwliiiMii(w.litw,.- i THE JNTERIORJOURNAL X'Mtllois.oiT'ooiasra'ais.iS.X'ria.a.T--- ATo MORELHND. Miss Lucy unil Mr. Joe Chancellor, from near Walnut Flat, were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Santliilgo this week. The two lectures by Hov. J. V. Jr., at the Union church were both very interesting and instructive and the proceeds amounted to &M..I.). Mrs. Thomas Smiley received a tele gram aiinouiioing the serious illness of her father. Mr. Lewis, of Illinois, Sun day, and accompanied by her little sou, left on the afternoon train for his bedside. A second telegram announcing his death was received after her y, $',! l'KHYKAIl IN" ADVANC1S will l OW When not so paid 32.SO ' charged. tMSl TIB 7: 10 Ml KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. a. in. (indiciums at No smoke, dust or cinCOMKOltT. ! ders on Queen & Crescent Route limit. ed trains South. Rock ballast. Superb Dwelling limine on D.iuvilli) Street, Stan- Pur&uant to a call of the democratic trains with every comfort. Fast time loru, iy eeuiiiiiinig .Mini iiooms nun cellar! with nil outbullillngs wanted. CUlern executive Stale committee, there will and the short line from Cincinnati. ami tito Hydrants. The iiImivo property Is In tho best tepalr. Cull on be a mass convention held in the court y .1. It. HICtllNS, Sr.i.MOitl), Kv. house in Stanford on Saturday, May 21)th at 2 o'clock i M., standard time. for tho purpose of selecting delegates to the State convention that meets at Frank Ittict' roeonl 2I2I1,. lift tt heiit on iiiIIk track. m)V !!!I1 TTn QIICPUl IDftW fort on June 2nd to nominate a caniin mv miiD i lftui. nunaa, Sired lv ItU'itzl. ltlonl wu alrrd by didate for the olllce of clerk of the anil out of Hiiimllnii. by Mtuubrliin STAN KO Vill. ICY, , court of appeals to be voted for at the Chief. Police's dniii vwi b Allmmt ensuing November election. All dem- miii of Altiiout. stvontl 'iliitn by (liirrnnl Sole pniprletor of Dean's Hltck Hlauioiid Hoof painting Paint ltliiiat ocrats who agree to support tho nomi- Chk'f. N n lino Imllvlilunl. stiunlliiff In metal and Iron root.jurulsliod for guaniutissl wikxI, All Siatlsfartloii iVnro roofs palnti-- l Dean's lllack Dlainoud P.ilut llli nee of said convention, are Invited to liniitN IiIk'Ii. ilnrk brown, porfiftly miuiuI warranltsl for tcar. Dealer In Nt CWlern 1uiiim ert'Jit f.prcl. Ho litis gon u uudtialraiilreil Iron I'ilter. tlii'vaulitslnnd lllack take part in selecting tho delegates. liml aIn Will tho ctiMimif IS07 DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVEN- - TION. FOR SALE i Oriag Bros.' Puro Bred Poultry. Poultry Yard. Hoylo Co. nino-Grnwonl to tho lariuerK If yon nuke inoiioy In this day and time you iuikI kscji up with tho llntos and kritlioroiigli1insl. 'I hey malurmitrller with Ihoarr iigeuient ii pnillt of inoro tlian M pern-nl- . ndx In oloiirnrdlsiieh that llicnfemi I whin slilpissl. breed. Wo guarnnlee all ii ferlllu 1.1 II II Red Pit I .allies. Imp. selling ol P.r, JK.bO txoo Suriwr ivietiiaiisi I'll urns " ..Vi WlillnCromt! White Pollsl " SMl lied Cap. liiirtod " si.uo " lllack Mluonu. .tm " SlherUctsI Wjandottc, JI.MI Itarnxl Plviiioulli l!rtk. ss A PENCE one-lii- tlf '' J. T.Jones, llcl-mo- iit All bris-- U score. nUivo Ik) Hilut , lrrt, CIIAKl HltOS Pro., Junction City Kj. TORE ROOM departure. Train loaves Stanford at Mr. James Haley, a very industrious at 4:30 p.m. . and deserving young man here, is sufKNOXVILLE DIVISION. fering from ji slisrht mental liberation. 12 37 p in No. 2 Tralu golns North .1 13 a in His friends hotie his condition will not " ." " No.2'1 12 01 pill " South No. 23 " necessitate his removal to an asylum. 1 OVp lit No. 2.1 At present he requires constant attenPornllTolnts. tion, and as he is not too well llxed in 1.I. TIinO'IOH TICKI7TS tills world's roods, to be able to hire HACUSACK CHKCKKI) TllUOU(JH attendants, our good people should reFor any Information enquire of lieve the family occasionally in caring JOi: S. KICK, Agent, for him. Quite a jolly fishing party from this QUEEN & CRESCENT. oint, consisting of Dr. M. L. l'ipes, Trains pa Junction City as follows: p in D. II. C. Peyton, .las. Minks, Oscar " no. nsouth .... ;;;? J in Friable, George Mclvinley, V. J. Matpin . No 3 " in .. o.t... ... ..in .....ft tain in thews, Shelton Dalton, F. II. "Wright a " l" '" No. 'J 9 nnll ,0 and Hev. Aaron Fishback, left Tues i"'1 ',0 ,,nl rl,n n. co no further South than Junction City, netlher day for an outing on Green River. Dr. do they run Suml.is. M. S. Pipes is sutTering from the efFRANKFORT ANOCNCINMATI RY. fects of a badly sprained ankle. Mrs. vi.vt.Kotti.r.rowx. Asa Peyton and son. Dave, visited her A. M r. M. .. M. P.M. father In Cnsey Sunday. Mrs. B. 13. Ar 12 M I.ve. Somerset, 2 W 2 96 8 20 " 1131 ' Jet. City. 3 15 C30 King and daughter, MUs Laura, re 50.V 450 ArrUeotvetown, l.v 9 :H 3 00 turned Saturday night from a week's " 6 30 Prnnktort, 7) 11 55 Mr. V. K. Miner, 5 30 visit in Frankfort. 8 40 Arr Paris 5 10 Dally except Sunday of tho lirm of King & Prewitt, left ou c..i).ni:r.CAW,r.. i a. business to Louisville and other city f-Vnte-N- J. E. CAKSO.V.chm'n. mile Dem. Ex. Committee. An Ohio editor says hay fever Is caused by kissing grass widows. A Missouri editor says it Is caused by a grass' widow kissing a fellow by moonlight An Iowa editor says It is caused by a fellow kissing the hired girl while feeding hay to the cow. An Eastern exchange Is of the opinion that it is caused by missing the girl and kissing tho cow. Kentuckians who live in Nashville, have formed a club with tho sole object of receiving and entertaining Kentuckians who go to Nashville next Monday. The organization was formed at the chamber of commerce and Included representative men of Nashville, lawyers, doctors and busluess men in every line. A new census shows that Georgetown has 1,.)03 population, nearly equally divided ns to color. Tho Times says this is a falling off of 21U. The total value of property is J1,507,S1K).50. At a fntni-:i- l in Indiana the other dav. they sung a hymn so loudly that It awoke the corpse, who sat up in his coffin and asked what it was all about. Fayette county's llscal court decided to ask permission to lsuo $."0,000 worth of bonds to build a new court-house. nl my -tmiko Iron Uootlngor oil kind. from Sttinfonl, on the llutoiivllleplU ut THOUOPOHimP.D Tea Dollar: to Insaro a Living Colt. pluoi'.IS 2:12. mill"- - 21 if On Mbln Stieet, Stanfonl, ! Will aNo Mnml a pHxl Mule Jack DUROC HOGS A.. At Flvo Dollar: to Insure a Living Colt. Mnri". purteil wither In oil to other stock forfeits Insurance ami makes soumiii money title. Cure taken to prevent nccldcnts, bat not responsible shoulil mix iK'cur. Mures grazed nt reasonable rates. T. A. COPIrr.ll. Stuiifnnl. The most pto-- I lite of all breeds, attain thu greatest weight, fatten easily at any age. ... CAil!t RKGfmmmB&sH!i th Hoars iwiilv for service, t.llts nml sows iilnndy bred. Pigs of either set. not akin, Questions and correspondence promptly answered. J. U. k H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford. FOR IEHsTT Apply to W. P. WALTON. ut 3STOTICE I and sliluglos. All jsrsou desiring any arllcloof llil. kind ran will ou me at "''I,,,,," ,V1"rr.C lV'ts for plank fence, AH peron dcslrll a t i.Mt and raiting or wire fence can Unil what Hiey want al hit store msir Cedar t'r.sk, on tlioI pike also leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford for fencing. All kvepon hand a supply f -; nlwi kliiilsiifluiiiNT lor building .iit-i- Stanford, Ky. George Dictator, :isr,2. J. T. SUTTOIT, Undortalcor, 1 l'lk G Stnmlnnl. '""'j'' hands lllack stallion, foaled ISs; 1S high and n model everv wny. lie was hired Oilers his service to the people of West Uncoln 113. Plrst dam Alice and Caey bv the great Dictator iintt. nil stKk o( tolUnsaud liV Almoin :t:i. record 2.3VH: Sil dam by rt'Dalwatsnii hand Manager w s. Carpenter. 2.1: :iil ilaui Voting Twjiiuin mare. Will make the sofison ut my starde. Nor-11111- Hustonvillo, Kentucky Cmk. 32 W. sINUU.ruN. tk EARN MONEY. toiMil-vn- s wrttitHgixKlri'llnlilencjellt for subscription"". A verv good rnto of cniili coiumirhinti will ha given, or bicycle premiums If preferred. AH tiinUirinl nml nam Apply pie cople ftirnislu-- fn-e- . nt once. The XWKKMj MAGA'INK At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. George Dictator 302 ha- - proven a splen. did breeder of stle and action. sjH-ed- FIRE IHSUBHKGE Insurance Company, OK BHOOKlA'X. I will ul-- o stand TiAZO At 5- GOOD JHCKS see mj stock M The Mickell Magazine, ISO lieforo ton iireed - to Insure a living oolt Summer Street, Miuvs. markets Wednesday. s. ItMGHMAN Miinfoid. Iv lUjitoti, Middleburg, Casey Co. (TRpYAL8c"At The lomblneil jilille nml llnruess Mnlllon J POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebratod for It great leavening strength and Assures the food against alum and hcalthftilness.. all forms of adulteration so common In tho cheap brands. , ork. Royal Hakixo PovdkrCo.,Ncw XXR. W. B. PEWITT. DciitiNt, : Stanford, t Ky. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. A. S. PRICK. JSurKeoti Death t, of Jacksonville, visiting relatives at this place. Examination at Liberty this week TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. will draw several of our young teachAll Take Lixitlve llromo (Jiiiiilue frlilet lrugglt refund tho money If II fall to Cure, Xor ers. Old "K. G." will bo there. lloeker and U. Sale liy W H. Mcltoliert. Cr.lgA Your scribe is now on the repotorial 1. Penny, Druggbts, Stanford, Ky. m staff of the Cincinnati Post. He writes Jiucklin' .Iniiru Salrf. also for three Louisville dallies besides The oet salve In ill world for cut,. lirulc several country papers. sore, uleers alt rheum, fever Hire, tetter, chap. and all hand, The Misses Fogies entertained in It iMiltlvelychilblain, corns no nay skin eruption. required. Ills ev guara Jteed to give rfoct allf.ictiou or moiiey rehonor of Prof. W. T. Ford Friday funded. Price 2o cents ir lux. For sale Uj W. II. ening last. Nearly all of his old pu McJtoberts, Drtiffl't. pils turned out "en masse" to bid him Something to Depndon. adieu. The ratio In attendance was Mr James Jones.of the drug tlrm if Jones A two to one In favor of the fairer sex. HI, In spooking of l)r Kings tcw Refreshments were served at 9:03. Af- llh1jtirlpe, and hereav hi wife wn sttacktsl s.is that lat winter gnthat ter some excellent music by the Misses iilnsiclati atCowdeiiand Pana could do nothing vonsiiiup-tloIt eeiiie.l to deu-loCoffey, Wesley and Gann, the assem for'her Having Dr King's NewInto haly In tore, Pl"ery Iwttla homo and U. blage departed nt 12:1.1 well pleased and wiling loUof it, h took a get letter from first the Durprise of all she 'sgan to with the evening entertainment. dose, and half ilozen lottle eureil her lotind and lor Cniiiiinptluii, Mell. I)r King's New Aunt Nancy A. Lanham was surpris Coughs and Cold Is guaranteed to do thl vsh 11 Mclloh-erted on May 11 by six of her children work Try it Tree trial Unties at Drug Store dainties, marching in with cakes, pies, m Old People etc. It was her birthday. She was born near her present home on May 11, Old people who reoiilre uieilicine to regulate the remedy In 1S21, and has lived In a btoue's throw of Uiwelsnnd kidnevs will tind the true stimulate i:iectn Hitter, f hli medicine does not I toxicant, hut her birth spot for TO years. She can und contains uo whiskey nor other lulldlv on the It acts acts as a tonlcand alttratlte also stand in the door and 6eo the Hoinachand liowcls, adding strength and giving homes of all her children except one tonu to tho organs, thervhy aiding Nature in the Klectrlc Hitters is lierformance of the function )ld digestion daughter, Mrs. Robert Elder, who lives an excellent appetizer and aidthey need Price. wO It lust exactly what in Missouri. A table 50 feet long was rent, and SI.OO per lwttle at W. 11 MclbUrts' arraigned under a huge shade tree. Drug Store. There were present live sons and their wives, one daughter, 23 grand children Mis Kiitc Coffey, Is 111., KingChester Hv Tornado Insurance s ! Caledonian Co., IfOUNDliD Insurance IHci.".. Chester Dare -t m curi-plIeo- r - n DK-out- . Chester Drt 10. Iv lllack Npilrrel 5. by lllack Eagle "1. 1st ilaui lj Duve Aiken. 2c'l dam by Old Vnn. by Major llreckliirlilge. etc. lllack Spilrtel h. lit lllaek lUigle Tl. ' sire of King William, etc. Dam lij llrottn's lit blander. "King Cluster 201 - s tears old. IH linnd high, dark Iwv without ttlillo. standard registered In N. s. II. It. He gi- n- all the gaits vol.t fast. Udng able to show a 2 3U gait in harness or racking under the saddle, lie Is the fastest and most st.tllsli large horse i.. I.",,,,, i,iL. . Hi. t.uL tint iireiiituin 111 the . ... " ........ ..... n I. greatest -- bow ring eter shown In America. I vlt: iln Ihirm..- - Stnlllon Kins at t he irreat St. I.oUls I'lllr III I MW. where he defeated the winners of the World's Pair Premium and In which were Is of the ino-- i famous hor-e- s that ot or contested In n show ring, lie Is a grand breeder, bis colts hating high style and action nml lndiig the winners for the past two ) ears of tho Model King premiums at the Danville Pair, defeating n number nf He will stand at celebrated aged hor-e- s. my farm l1 tulles from Danville at $15 to Insure. Al-- o a premium lack at 55. GEO. P. ANDEItsON. Danville. i J Ire Ikinrlxiii Dine, sire lllllj ltoutln.ui 2 W. U-of.sorglium2 W. 2 2KS. etc. 2d ilnm tally Drtiinnii. by VoungV Drennaii. ho Sy Dufu'e's Droniiuu. lid dam by Old Kiveti. dam lllack ls; 5. llo-- s, 201. 10: he liv HlHck Squirrel e of Scotland. SI. und Wind Storms are t tclme TornndiK-so numerous and dostructhw that the property owners should Protect Their Property UtMIAM. R. B. MAHONY.Agt, 5 fcTAM "III'. JOHX. f ASTLKMAM. A. . Prom them as well as from lltv and Lightning. Tommies' and Pins are liable to h eur ut any time so take out a xilcj lu unv Niiue but of mt ininpHiib-s- . FIRST GLASS -- COMPANIES -- ! Represontisl. INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVKKPOOL. JESSE D. Genenil Agent. WEASEXT, Stanford. Ky BERBEE 5 GdSTLEHM. MASA'.l-llS- . BIG 4. ropti: Tlie Hctl l.lnr n Oomniorco Building, Louiavillo. tand ID Prom Agents Throughout the Jsjiuh. TO L 12 O O N ID I2T RO I T "W. A. THIBBLX, Ioal Agent. All lVliiUln Mlihlgan. CHICAGO. While City Special." WALLACE DENMARK 55. Stanford, Ht s'umpter Denmark. Jr . Iieliy Goddnrd's Denmark, he bv Gnlnes .. Cromwell'H Denmark, lie bv the race lior-- e IVnuiark. he by Imp. lledgoford. Plrst diim Paniilo Wallace :irt, by sir Wallace: 2nd dam by Vlrglnltts; Kentucky. j;tf ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel lVsllermltial Matton. J, B. HIGGINS, DEAI.EU IN i BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping Car. StHiift i. Ky & and live CANDY KITCHEN. I r 3rd dam n Whip mare. N12W YORK. Hultet Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Prlvatand IluIVrtiiparlineiit Cars, Elegant tWnc tug cars. Ho sure your ticket read via "WO I'Ul'R " " II. MARTIN. E. O. MiCOILMICK. deli Pas. A Tkl. Agt. PaMSigr Tralllr Mgr great-grand-childr- Otheeovcr McRotert' Irug Store In the Owsley Huildlng Kingsville. Pianos. Ac. Miss HemenChawk, of SomrniH Estoy Orcatis, Hamilton Organs and other 14 erset, arrived yesterday to spend u Make- -. with Miss Agnes Pennybacker. See my Goods and Oet M Price- - itefore vou Mr. M. M. Carey, who has been in tho Htiy. 10 W. T. WHITI'.. Crab Oivliurii. GEORGE LI West for several months, Is visiting & his mother, Mrs. Fannie Carey. Mr. L. McCarty, of Plnoville, is visiting J. & IN his brother, Mr. J. M. McCarty. Tho' all of his friends regretted to see Mr. Corn ami Tiny, d, Ky. Box 44 James Roy, who was our fakhful agent Order Office and Pent Pxiluugt mar the lUilnMd Cl'oillig, leiot Istreel. Hurf had 12 yfiirs's practice before nil tho they gladly ford; - lepj '...i i - ' W IsllIlltOII City, o for eo many years, leave, welcome his papular successor, Mr. Coal Yard, Mill street, lately J liiggnu'. Satisfaction giianiiilrcd Samuel Carter. Miss Gertrude Pennybacker left Monday for Pleasant Hill, where she will remain several (01 THE POPULAR weeks. Klnt-CI. Society has been oomewhat renewed here this week by the advent of several young visitors. Misses Madge and Proprietor Maud McCarty, of Jellico, are guests LE STABLE of their aunt, Mrs. J. M. McCarty. Mr. Decker Hros". Pianos. LWBRY.P?.DA Haines Hros. Pianos. G. A. Walter, who has been in CincinEllington Piano- -. Junction City, Ky. I). II. llaldwlu days, is expected home tonati several SHELBY SHELBY, can now supply tlio people with l'resli excelCandy of 11111113 varieties iiml suiM-rlolency every day. I am iiiiikliiK Himself nnclL'iiarnntec satisfaction. (Jlvu me n cull. J. A. STEPHCNsON. Manford. 810 Tit 13 INSURANCE. LESEL 1 262. l. PIAN0SAND0IIGANS. Piano-- Sixteen hand high and a perfect mo-le- ee his peillHe bv Wallace I entnark 55 gteeiil'site. I.eel s tirst dam Mag 117. Iy VIdette. lit VIndex. bt HIikmI's lllack Hawk. dam Julia hebtOld lllack Hawk. 2nd Todhiinler'sWa- isir lace. bvs'lr Wallace, ho lt Wallace, be bt sir Alliort. thorouglibn'd. linldam by Vlrglnlus. 1th dam a Whip Mare. Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, , Agricultural Implements, High-Gfad- o CINCINNATI, OHIO. llilo Ml"- Ai'i'i.ni imiiitl'ull) solic itod Tin !. . 8IOTH12 INSUKANC13. pi 'iuki .I'leiitlon, Aery of jour utroiiagu is morrow. 1'1-c- few-day- s BRIG1T0LUS. Hrlguolus Is bt Hrlgnoll. II ibble's premium jack, he bt'Prliue. iHtter known as Hub Tall, ttliolitoiiglit 1.3iMi toa tHllforiila party. Ilrlgnoliis'ilain bt (ilant. fuldwells' giuMt hofJnek. Hilgnoliis is black thiouglioiit with white jHilnts and of Hue sire mid good OPSTANPOIIP, as It presented. Olllre on Paid up Capital, Good, Warranted Elmore s store, Main street. opx-li- e Surplus, Keiituek). Stanford. J I. TnTTI.N' Fertilizers and Goal. Farmers Bank&Tnist Co. KY 5200,000100 17,603 80 M'KIOTEY. NOEL Pension Claim Agent, DEALERS Stari SON, COPlL, canfo Kentuolcy. 11 llv nriivlslolis ol Its tlurt.r. delsnllors are a Uup In .National Ikiuks, fully protected asar-d- . Its li.irelHddrs bring bbl built Hually liable to tlie extent of tli awi.xmt of their ! k tberelu at tlio ir value thereof, In addltbHi to the amount lu io oiaj exisiuor, bu velel lit itKU sttarw u as liistiator,.truM, Ae , luliy a an luuitidiiai m 1)0110. TiiiJertli our thanks lo tlmse ho hue o entrust Money to bian "in linir..l city ins'rty or tsl tlielr I.UMII-.- S to us, we trust they will oouliuuu INSUKANCU. SO T1-I1farm In Stanford and IjMisdli "Mint) al to do so, ami t oner a a guaraiiieoior pMiupiai VN I ll SeH-o- it money Is due on nil mares bred to rt iwrfwiil . tsiyalditelitioii to same our 30 years' oxsrieuist lu bankwhen they tire either temovod. furidsli IniihU for imtiln or oiiralloiintolliclalst ing and as HUral actsmimoiUtloiis as arc mntlstcul myhtock i:xeciitun, AdmlultrHtoror liuanllaus I trtided orliied toother stock. wltn soniiu iwiikiiig. lie fiiurortlm Iwt Am agent sltook committed to my cato will rocelvo DIRKcTOIM. liustiios In Keiilmky ami attention. mt liohleni In blanford. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, solicit atniuagif pni-rt' CAltPENTPK. .1. doing Imilnw liwo W. II. Cuiillillus, PrearhcnvlUe, lLilt Mineai oilier 12 WAI.I..U h L. VAUNON. Agt. J.H.Owslet, J. S Owsley. Sr., . S. II. Shanks, Willlaoi (iooch, S. J. ltmbry, J. P. Cash, Sii.i.imn !:;::; uan, w mi a, iimmiii-ahleiat- wie o fr iM'i-sui- Ij. MM (H) I ajgr.8-- . Mib (Tj)rVjO IMM01MOIN1MO(N1OIN1 0 SMMOMEM MLV0 WIN MOINIlDllfofl Lui M "WTV UvU At Waco, Texas, just as the casket of Senator Coke was being lowered into t le grave, a bolt o( lightning struck a R. 13. tree near by, knocking to Stittii nv WAi.siMiii.tti Hubbard, one of the Ross and a 1 dam Tinsu' his knees, shocking number of others severely. A number of teams ran away and there came near 2 dam Hess being a tragedy to end the sad occasex-Go- v. pall-bearer- NABOTH 10016. standard Hulo 0. D0RS6YC0LDDUST Ro-co- J. II. I.tnn, J. N. Mellefeo. A. W. Cnrs-uter- , Record 2:PJ"-4-wi- ll s, 2100. slro of I.atltudo 2:10f an Mus-engcr make the season of lsi7. I T or 6 othors In tho list. ex-Go- v. ion. 3 dam Jos-l- e fttyro IQMOIM INBM (MM0M A VIM om (SEME) I (T! MM MSGWOIM lV f MO Walslngham 21i!0, Mro or Naboth, Is ono of tho youngest sons of Georgo Wilkes 510, record 2:22, who sired Hairy Wilkes 2:13. Guy Wllko. 2:154. Mlko Wilkes 2:l5i. WilSmolensk! had abandoned. cox 2:10 nml 02 others In tho 2:30 list; al-- o It producing bons unil 19 producing daughters The State board of equalization will Note. Nabotli is a bay hur-- e. 10 band- - high, foaled Jutu2S, 183s. Ills pedigree conreport a total assessment for the State Will carry u larger stock of Furniture of all kinds tains tho blood of llaniblutonlan. Ueorgo Wilkes, Mamhrlno Wilkes, Pilot. Jr.. and Harry till year than uver bcforuaml wlllsell cliejperthau of ri50,000,000. This Is $20,000,000 more Clay. Plows- - The lllltcr C'hilleil, Vulcan. uiiyhudy Sifter Steel und Ch.ittanoogi and paint of all than the counties reported, but !20,000,-OJ- 0 I-riri- After a hint from the the Sultan of Turkey has consented to an armistice with Greece, which was at once declared. The Turks had meantime occupied Almyros, which Gen. Czar of Russia 4 dam Duroc 100, on of llaniblutonlan und Hire of ics. by Surplus $15,750. Capital Stock $100,000. Elaine 2:20, tho dam of Noilaluy. yearling record Stilly. Attention of the. public Is called to tho fact that to James Howull, Jr.. by llamblutonluii 10. sire of tlds Is tlio only National Ilaak lu Sluuford. Unot tho Nulloual Hank Art Dexter 2: 174. der the protlslou dcoltois are secured not only by tho capital stock, by Harry Clay 15. siro of tho dams of st. Julian 2:11M. but by tliu stockholders' liability lor an amount Hodluo S:10K "1 12 more that have produced 2:30 trot-ler- s; eiualtn the stock, w that dijxuliorsuf tills luslltu hTANPOKO, KV. lion ant secured by a fiuiil or j.10,000. I ho sworn nlsOhlroof thoilam of Elect lonoer. siro of 130 In statements of the condition ot the Hank are mado tho 2:30 list. tho t'nltisl States (lottruiiient and lis each ycur All kinds of repilrlng done at roisoiulde rates at slated times by gotc by Liberty, miii of L'utcu, by American Ecllp-- e. Uphottoringaieclilty. sitlsfactlo i gu.rancsjd agents,aro examined uddltiuiial and erfect rliuiciil thus securing s'l-t- er No. 52012. Producer of combined and Eastern horses that sell for good prices, will make the aptes-en- t livseason at Tbv Dui.i.aiis to Insure e. at 65 to Insure ing colt. Also Jack. P- - RE1D. a living cult. N. It. Dorset tlolddtist has ptoiluced a class of combined horses that attract buyers and bring good prices, regardless of pan- orriciMs. W. M Hrlglit. S. ll.Shniiks. Presbluiit: J. 11 Owsley, Csldcr; Teller FIR STNATI0NAL BANK OPSr.NPORI, KV H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and Iools Smith. D. S. CARPENTER, OM OfMlfMlOINlOMIMO MU less than the total last j&-- fMOGOMOINlOINl MB rilANK J. KKEI1. K. II. IIACO.V, Mm OUnJJ nsjlfnl u.r.A., Louisville. OM OfMIOfrVlOfrVlfO 1N1M0IMO1MIM0MW! V year. My tine saddle atalllou, It rather disgusted a Texas man who went Into a neighbor's pasture to steal a horse to llnd when he got the animal will o make the present season at the low prleo of SS to Insure a living colt. Ho Is eleOKftCKKS. home that it was his own horse which gantly bred and a sure, foal getter. I wlM iiImi stand MItS U. U SIMl'SON, 1'ior. I. S. Rocker, President; J J. Mcltoberts, Cashier A A. Mi Kinney, AstldantCashler. tho neighbor had stolen earlier in the Lancaster, : Kentucky. TWO COOD night. think A large gray eagle attempted to cariti Note. Owing to the hard times and the low price of xto'lc, I have greatly reduced Wanted-- An of sontu alninlt. Idea TVho canfaleut? tlillig to ry off a child at Youngs Newlv fiirnlHlictl; clean bcils; bplt ntJsd Protect your Ideas! tliey may brluif jou wealth. hoism, and Jaeks'-mu- l consldorlng their Individuality und breeding, they fee of my Porters w.'t. roiiM ek'titic.iiitri,v; . ,...... ... own, O.. but the mother scared the stand lower than tiny In the state. St ible two miles sotitb o' Hustonvillo on tho Moreland tnblc. "Kvetytliitij' teyr. Washington, H. u.,for ttir tl.euJ prlw oiler SO in jet till ftiins. K. HAPGHMAN, Hustouvllle, Ky. an lUt ot tvtp aiunored luventloua wanted. J. bird and the little thing was dropped. & Carpenter's Station pike. t $15 to Insure a, NAI LLIAM ne, Oolt. L.., al-- and Indltlduals solicited. kinils. Cultivators and Douhle shovels, all Malta DIKElTOR make, the best hi thu world. I'ariners, call lu and .1. W. Ilaydcu, Stanford P. Held, Lincoln Co., get any tlilog you uut from a buggy down. T. Harris, s. II. Ilaiighuiaii, " llcH.Uully. I. S. CAHPKNTP.lt. S. S. Hooker, '" ' J T K Hill, K. I, Tanner, McKInnev. W. A. Tribhle, " .1 II. Colller.Cnib Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, ..I, 1) Elniorv, Mauford. lu deiiositors. '1 tils institution originally estahlWhed as thu Do-lis- lt ikuik of Sjtuufi.nl lu 13, then rcsirganUed as tlio National Hank ofSlanlord in ls1 amlagaiu reorganized us tho Plrst National Hank of Staulord In IB".', bus hail practically uu unlnterriipUsl exist, encefur M )eai. It Is letter sitiilitd nowttltt. lacllltles for transacting buiines promptly and lib. erally than bter Iffore In it long ud honorable career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, linns sulci, Mason Hotel iirst-cluw- JHCKS HT $7. .sea-M- three-year-o- ld h)b ...ll , I .Ml ill Vl WMWfcMW -- Y .uSa Ii if I. 1 - :'.'"" 5i" J2f3222- - -