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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897052501 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. ftr""' T ;?'; JJ i-"- J SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. MAY 23. 1897. LANCASTER. MATRIMONIAL. y, XXVI. Judge Saulley will bold a special term of the Garrard circuit court on ,Mon-daMay .'11, to bear a cace In equity. T. I). Host, of Milledgoville, was 'the guest of bis father, I). It. Host, on Sunday. G. M. Patterson and J. II. Ilnol- School Superintendent J. Hunt Me' Murtry reportH eight examinations for teacher a certillcates lasL week, six of whom were ladies. Prof. 11. F. Kvnns will return o Hyden In Juno to take charge of his school in July. Decoration ceremonies will bo hold at the cemetery next Sunday at J::!0 1'. M. by the Knights of Pythias. Mr G. H. Swlnobroad will deliver tho an e until address at tho before the inarch to the cemetery. T. J. Hatcher, of your city, has rented rooms here and will start a liit-clas- s slioo'innk'er's shop, which Is wr. much needed, and ho vlll bo wolcomud. T. C. Gulloy has been on tho sick list for some time, but Is rucovorlng. When dipt. William Horndon told the provident that he did not want an olllce, ho floubtloss meant to say that ho didn't want but one, as It is pretty generally understood that there Is a U. S. district judgeship that hu would not coiirt-lioub- NO. 25 J ' den have been summoned to servo ns U. S. jurors at Frankfort on Juno 1 J. 'A HON. IIAKVKV llin.M. Nominee for oounty attorney, In u lit tle lwirtt :0 yearn of nju and unman led, though tlio latter condition hhould not bo churned ugulntit him. It I not hln fault. He In a graduate of Central I'nlvendty, where he took high honors in l'lV?, and a irrnduuto of law undur that father of w) many young lawyer, Col. T. Hill. Ho obtained license ln 1SUI and practiced for awhile in 1'lnuvlllo, but returned to bit native heath and built up a good practice, which in steadily growing. In 1M)I bo lH?atn couple of candidates for the nomination for roproKtfntntlve and the republicans did not huvo tbo temerity to nominate a man against him In the llnal race. Hu Id good lawyer and a lluent upeakor and will be able to more than hold a hand In the dlhCUhsIon of tho isMics with any man tho republl-can- s can put up. Mr. Holm is a typical Kentucklan In apiearance, belli: feet and weighing lJITi jMiunds. 1 11 reftiho. RELIGIOUS the Control Methodist, will deliver the Harbour-vlll- e I low Dr. Z. Meek, of College June was comuiencement hurmon tl. Dr. G. T. Goctchiux. of Home, Ga., elected moderator of the Southern I'reritiytorinn Assembly In session at Charlolto, X. C. There are 2i') delegates present. The only cliuruh In Liberty, the Christian, will bo torn do.vn and a modern ono bullion lu site, ay the Tribune. Liberal donations have already ln'un made for It. Hev. W. S. Grinstead is proving tho you lie men of his congregation tnto service. He makes them conduct tho services at night when ho does not feel like preaching and they do remarku-bl- y well. D. Hogo has been pastor Ilov. Mo-eof tho Second Presbyterian church of Richmond, Va., for over o2 years. Ho Is now attending the General Assembly nt Charlotte, X. C, and Is ono of tho most noted men there. Dr. Sheldon .laeknon was elected moderator of tho Northern Presbyterian Generally Assembly at Eagle Lake, Iiul., over Dr. Minton, by Jllll to "SVA, Harrison, wlio is a and presented mado a delegate, tho moderator with a guvol. dames Hound, of Kamlope, H. C. Imagining liluiself tho nowj built a cross and nailed himself toll, driving a large spike through each foot and ono hand. He then out an ugly gash in his side anil when tnkon down was more dead than alive. Tho theological students College at Wilmoro, numbering will arrive hero Thursday and from that timo until after Sunday tbeir services will bo hold dally at the Methodist church. Tho young gentlemen will bo guest) of vurioii'i homos in town. Among tlio thoologuos are a Persian and a Japanese unci thoy will each s Mos-dnh- , d, Tho commencement bormon will bo n missionary address by Hev. Dr. John U. Eager, of Florence, Italy. Tho baccalaureate address will bo by Prof. Noah K. Davis, of tho University of Virginia, and tho alumni address by tho Hev. Dr. C. S. Gardner, of Greenville, S. C. Tho 07th General Assembly of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church, In session at Chicago, represents lifi States and Territories, most of .the delegates, however, coming from tho South. It is tho Urst time in tho history of this denomination that it bus coino as far north as Chicago to hold its annual assemblies. Tho convention will Inst 10 Hov. Hugh Williams was choson moderator. Congressman I. II. Goodnight'u name was not presented, though ho was u candidate. A resolution to prohibit young preachers from marrying or entering iuto other obligations beforo thoy are regularly installcdin pasto- rates was presented. uate. Carncgiu has decided to donate an other million to charity. preach while hero. Tho Southern Haptlst Theological Seminary exorcises will bo hold Juno :i. There are 17 applicants for tho master of theology degree and about tho same number for tho other degrees, bachelor of theology and English grad- The trustoon of lancaator Cumetery have contracted for tho erection of a handsome vault at a cost of ? 1,02.1 to be llnlshed by August 1. When this in done It can bo truly said that It is ono of the Iwjst and most beautiful n in tho State. i, W. H. who has been making a thorough oanvtus of the State for the nomination fur clerk of tho court of was at homo Sunday. He thinks he has an excellent showing to win, unci so do bis friends, If he can go iuto the convention second, as to strength, which he will likely do. The Graded School will cloo this week. Three entertainments will be glvun on Tuesday a Schubert concert: Thursday, a Longfellow entertainment and Friday a inudcal entertainment. Kneh will begin at l!:;i0 I. M. The pub-li- e Is Invited to attend. Prof. H. S. Gou-eand his faculty have taught a good school: and It is hoped that they w 111 be retained for another year. The trustees should let well enough alone.A thorough test has been made of the force pump which was put in the .well by K. H. Hatsou in the Northeast corner of public square, and It works admirably. It throws a strong strean. of water Jo any part of tho block and over tho top of the buildings to a considerable distance on the other side. It Is proposed to put wells, orcisterns, lu the other corners of tho square, lu order to get a reduced rate of Insurance. The leoplo favor such a course and the city council should attend to it. Tho able articles contributed by "Srotaw" of Stanford to tho Harrods-bur- g Sayings arelattracting much attention, and I suggest that ho write his name tho other way, so that his old can join the people in admiring his productions mill tell them who he is. He Is certainly n man of versatile genius. His political acumen manifests II self .very frequently; an occasional paragraph shows considerable research in literature jwrtalnlng to things Divine, while his poetic ulhis-lon- s are, at once, charming, bewitching and in the highest degree. anarchy still stalks about us, at midnight, depriving men of the rights of property and threatening to deprive them of life. On Thursday night a mob of turnpike raldor deo stroyed the double at the d junction of tho Cartersville and turnpikes about seven miles from town. They left tho following note: "Wo hereby notify the directors of this pike not to replace this gate nor collect more toll. If you do, wo will fly. utimlto your houses and shoot you as you come out. Take fair warning. Mountain Jack." That road had never been molested beforo and the threat is tho strongest ono that has been mado; but thoy will have a olmnco to carry it into oHect, as Squire J. A. Doty, president of the road, tho largest stockholder, an soldier ami a very determined man, declares that ho will collect toll at the risk of his life. It is reported that he has replaced tho gate, and that he, his four sons and a number of hired hands, all heavily armed, aro collecting toll. come-terleMn-oiHigh-hande- d toll-gatHieh-mou- t Nino divorces were granted in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. Katherlne Kvans. aged 2, and Jacob Kvaiis, 711, met by accident nt Lafayette. Ind., and were married in less than three hours. They had never known each other before. Representative J. M. Chambers, of ICcntou, got something besides bis per diem by the Legislature. He won a widow, Mrs. Melissa HelTiier, whom ho will make his wife in a.'ew days. Miss Sl'K Iitvixi:, daughter of Mrs. J. W. Irvine, and one of the girls In Hoyle county, and Mr. John M. Guard, a young business man of Howling Green, will bo married at the First Presbyterian church in Danville, June 10. Advocate. Col. uti'l Mrs. K. Polk Johnson, of Louisville, have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter. Miss Florence Pickett, to Garnett Sebastian Zorn. Tho ceremony will bo solemnized at St. Andrews Kpiscopal church in that city at high noon June .'). It Is said that if Miss Kinma Guy, State librarian, marries, as it is reported sho is shortly to do.Senate Clerk Win. Cromwell, being the lucky man, it will vacato her otlice as she was elected and gave bond under her maiden name. It remains to be seen if Cupid will tiitimp olllce or no olllce. most-popular METAL ROOFING. JbLOORING, x.v-- jpTaoNvxs j j 'HNrrs-- v ) ) o -- y - 5ssS n "' m. xq SIDING. ! CEILING, V 1 rrfcsy " 'M FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. J vop When We JAMKS V. HOLDAM. Nominee for circuit clerk, was bom und raised In the Fast Knd about .T years ago and has followed merchandising the most of his life. lie is a lino accountant, a rapid and excellent penman and Is fully qualified for the olllce for which tho democracy has nominated him. His wife was Miss Louanna Jiiiues and she Is as handsome as her husband Is capable and popular. Can Embracing An Opportunity Show the opportunity to get the best values ever known or heard of. J I ' DGITwToTFfANSFO H D. CRAlTORCHARD. Mr. fohn Turnbull went to Cincinnati with a ear load of hogs Friday. The bark season has opened and cars are being loaded daily for shipment. Col. T. P. Hill and Sam Owsley will sjwak at Crab Orchard Decoration Day. Crab Orchard citizens are determined to have a Fair and it will be a good one if entered into. Mr. Mack Anderson, of Jackson county, is visiting his brother, Rev. A. B. Anderson, who continues very ill. One of tbo faculty of College Home Is soon to change her name and residence and will go West and grow up with tho country. Mr. Walter rMuflston, who has been in Illinois for several years, is at home on a visit. Hon. D. B. Kdmiston visited Frankfort and Louisville last week. Col. John Buchanan does not improve. Asher Harris is very low aud not expected to live but a few days. Mr. Q. N. Maylleld is down from Cor-bi- n anil will move his family to this booming city this week. Mr. Will Brooks is at homo for n few weeks. If the men in' Crab Orchard who make a business of loallng on the streets and passing unpleasant remarks about tho ladles who go by would think about it thoy might bo better employed. Wonder how many of them had or have mothers und sisters ? Surely not many could follow this business who did or have. It's a low calling and gentlemen wont do it. Miss Leah Steger, who had .been ill of consumption many months, died Friday morning at 0 o'clock and was bur- Died, of strangulated hernia, at Manchester, Clay county, ICy.. on the 20th Inst, at o'clock 1'. M., William Owsley Hansford, after an illness of only two days. This announcement will carry a sense of personal bereavement to many hundreds of our readers in Kentucky and the West. A warm friend of the line old gentlemen prepared the following at our reque-- t: 11 MEN'S Our line of SUITS. jCl surpass an'thing-o- j the market lor The deceased, ti descendant of an ex - Turnkey John Brown and Detective John Sexton, who killed John RIppey in Indiana, whom thoy mistook for u criminal thoy were after and who ran when they ordered him to halt, were acquitted tit Hodford, whero they had been In jail sitico tlio killing. A. T. Herd, tho young Lexington attorney, secretary of the republican campaign committee, and now private socretary to Dr. Hunter, is Involved in an ugly affair ut Lexington, having, it appears, swindled an old man out of $3,- Tho spiritualists of Anderson, will erect a $(J,000 college. ouu. Ind., cellent Virginia faintly, which came to Kentucky in its early history, was born In Crab Orchard, this county, Juno l.'l, 1S27, and had at his death just passed the Psalmist's limit of tlirce-cor- o and ten. His father was a man of prominence in his day and was for many years a member of the Lincoln county court, during the times when that court was justly famous for its character and ability. His mother was a member of the well known Owsley family. In his youth the subject of this sketch was educated at old IJueon College, tho predecessor of tho present Kentucky University, and subsequently prepared himself for tho bar. He did not pursue the law, however, but enguged In tho pursuits of a farmer, trader and merchant at the place of his birth, until a few years ago, when he resumed tho practice of law, returning in old age to the choice of his youth. About two years since, attracted by the unusual promise held out to enterprise and n talent by Kentucky, he removed to Manchester with his family and had just succeeded by systematic diligence in laying the foundation for a prosperous career in his profes- led Saturday afternoon in the cemetery sion, when tho last sudden summons on thy hill- - Judge W. O. Hansford, came to him. for many years u resident of Crab OrJudge Hansford possessed a line chard, died at his home in Manchester intellect and could have achieved after a few days illness. Ills remains an enviable reputation as a lawyer had wero brought to Crab Orchard and in he devoted himself to"that profession. terred in the cemetery on tho hill at 11 He possessed a ready wit and :m inex- o'clock Saturday. Miss Lizzie Gorinloy is at home from haustible fund of anecdotes and was a most genial and entertaining acquisi- Lexington Infirmary to recuperate. As tion to any company. While ho was soon as her health permits sho will reunambitious of political distinction, sume her position. Judge M. C. Sauf-lepreferring the ease and 'tranquility of Col. W. G. Welch, Messrs. J. S. an unusually happy domestic clrcje, ho Owsley and J. B. Paxton. of Stanford, was always a keen and interested ob- attended tho burial of Judge Hansford server of public events. Twice ho was Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. George W. sent by the people of his native county DoBord and family were in Crab Orchto represent them In the General As- ard Saturday to pay tho last tribute of n respect to their old friend sembly at Frankfort, once In the and neighof 18.17 S and again lu tho session bor, Judge Hansford. of 1S31-and on both.'occtislons ho acquitted himself of his trust with credit RIGHT SORT OF A DKMOCRAT. to himself and to the satisfaction of his Sam W. Moncfeo writes from Danconstituents. Ho will bo chlolly re- ville, whero ho is for the membered by tho older residents of Kentucky School for tho Deaf: "I Lincoln, and most kindly remembered, hand you herewith a check for balance too, for his maulysconduct hero during in full of my account. Although detho war of the rebellion. Ho was from feated, I am not the sort of democrat tho beginning tin outspoken, actlvoand who wants to seo tho party go down on untlinching Union man and by his tal- my account. Tho "Old Interior" ents and character, though never in must put on her lighting clothes und the nrmy, soon acquired u wonderful make the entire ticket win in a walk, ascendancy over tho undisciplined and und I shall be tho last democrat to bulk turbulent local soldiery of this section, in tho harness. I trust that all my and that inlluenco ho always used, and followers will join mo in tho ottort." often was bo called upon to use it, for Summer the protection of those whoso hearts Tourists. Low rate, wero with tho South and whoso sons round trip tickets uro now on sale from wore in tho Southern army. His res- Queon & Crescent, stations to Cumbercue of many of these from outrage, his land Falls, Rugby, Burnsido, Spring Liberal ready and watchful help to them in tho City and Lookout Mountain. hour of peril, will never bo forgotton rates and limits. Ask your agent about by tho survivors of that stormy period. it. W. C. Riuearson, gou'l pass'r agt., Ho was happily married in 1859 to Cincinnati, O. m Miss Kllza Bruce, of Garrard county, Miss Ida RutclitT, 18, and John Johnwho with threo children, tho fruits of son, 17, decided to kill themselves when thu marriage, survives him. there way opposition to their marriage. Saturday his remains, in prcsonco of Sho kopt her word, but ho, llko u cow-jira largo concourse of his old friends und failed to keep his. Thoy lived in neighbors, among them many members Ohio. of tho Stanford b.ir, wero laid to rest Thu court of appeals holds that a in tho beautiful little cemetery ut Crab mosquito bite is an accident, and Mrs. Orchard, which overlooks tho spot Salllo Ambcrg, whoso husband died whero ho was born and the scones of from this cuuso, gets $5,000 from an achis long, usoful and kindly life. cident insuruueo company. South-easternat-tur- al y, Much More Money. Call and See Them. Straw Hats, Neglige Shirts, Summer Underwear, Cool. Neckwear, Shoes. Crash Suits now ready. Summer Coats, Hats, Etc. Keep J. L. FROIIMAN & CO., Danville, Kentucky, Gilcher Hotel Building. m 'ill Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, -- Oats and- - Sk pj IB I A . Feed of Every Sort AlwavH on Hand at M 5IS THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. Car-Loa- d Orduis at Special Prices. J. H. 3AUGHMAN & CO. i set-slo- 2. Spring Cleaning Is now the order of the day and of course you will be engaged In it before long. You will need a book-keep- er STRAW MATTING And Several NICE RUGS. I have them. Pricjs Low as Auybody's. H. J. McROBERTS. STANFORD FEMKLE COLLEGG. WILLIAM SHELTON. Tbo Second Session of i President. 1800-97 OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. For full Iniormation about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Catalogue. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady PaiNcirAL, Stanford, Ky. m H. C. RUPLEY, d, THE MERGHANT TAILOR- -- i i m IsJ Receiving his- Give him Call. SP?iVC AND SUMMER GOODS. a Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. w1. .Tt tiki rjJWMTnW nti-gyl-i .,... 4M Jk"-- - ac ?$'p)iiizKX&X.z.l.f:t?xr..?,;: ., , hVk.,,1 aAr'rrvr-T- iwhwwj JWBWTr.?T7fiT"' "BWTS1 &ma c? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - May 25, 1897 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge, M C. SA VFL E Y. " Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " Representative, - M. F. SOUTH. " County Judge, - J. E. L YNN. " County Clerk, - GFO. J?. COOPER. " Count if Attorney, HARVEY HELM. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLDAM. " Sheriff", - - SAUL M. OWENS " Jailer, - - GEO. IV. DEBOKD. '' jd.wor, - - C. G.I? A ICE R. WM. LANDGRAF. " Coroner. Supt. Softool, GARLAND SINGLETON "cussing" It gets for Its general but It Is still entitled to much credit for doing many things, oven If it did take much time and a great deal of monev to accomplish it. Among its most important acta wero tho election of a U. S. Senator, such as ho is, Increasing the tax rate to 52 cents, providing for tho borrowing of W00.000 to relieve the deficit, providing for the payment of Interest on outstanding treasury warrants, for the suppression of tho San Jose scalo and of glanders, legalizing the borrowing of money for asylums and other charitable Institutions, for tho payment of troops called out to suppress violence, nnd for tho e raiders and punishment of other it obs. There were other matters of less importance legislated on; 2S of the 42 subjects suggested in the governor's proclamation having been disposed of. Giving the body full praise toll-gat- Thk Legislature deserves all the cusscd-ncs- s, ! k where to better their condition, should bo the object of so much concern and take care of themselves. The leader. expense to this government. They David Johnson, aged 13, a farmer and probably left this country for their generally regarded as a reputable man, country's good nnd It Is a waste of monw.is shot in the thigh with a Winches- ey to spend $50,000 or any other sum on ter in the hands of one of the guards, them. the bullet rauglng Into his abdomen and producing a fatal wound. Charles After being "dry for 20 years, ProvJones, aged i'l, married, another raid- idence, the principal town of Webster er, was shot in tho right thigh. Ho county, is now "wet." The prohibimay recover. Two other raiders whose tionists can sing If they like: Benames the officers can not learn are re- hind a frowning providence. He hides ported wounded. None of tho posse a smiling face. was injured. The wounded men were POLITICS taken to jail, but they refused to divulge the names of their friends. The A new surveyor of the Louisville port shooting has caused great excitement will not be appointed until fall, eays in Bath and threats of assassination of Secretary Gage. the judge and sheriff are made, but it Is The platform adopted by the new hardly probable that they will bo modemocratic committee at Louisville, lested, even in that craven way. That Ignores the silver Issue. there are officers brave enough and Deputy Warden T. L. Neat, of tho true enough to their obligations to ex- Frankfort prison, has"" resigned and ecute the law Is very gratifying to lovHancock ought to follow suit. ers of law and 01 dcr and wo hope to re- Warden Mnj. P. P. Johnston declares that he cord that there are others. Turnpike the sllverito chairmanship raiding has gotten to be such a popular will give up convention and will not be June form of lawlessness, that judges, sher- at the charged with the execu- a candidate for governor. iffs and others Judge Clark was nominated for retion of the laws, wink at it if they do election in the 27th judicial district by not openly or tacitly approve it and Isuacs' majority over 200. growing bolder and bolder because no at least for Commonwealth's attorcheck has been put on them, the raid- Matthews 400. ers have branched out into regulating ney Is about Settlo and N. A. Porter, the price of commodities and fixing the Judgo W. E. oftheSth judicial district, were reacreage of tobacco a man shall put in. judge and CommonTho climax has been reached, however, nominated for attorney at Bowling Green and with the now law against mobs, of wealth's says they will not which we publish a full synopsis on our and the dispatch have in all probability any opposition 4th page, and to which especial attention is called, even partially enforced, in the final election. Speaking of tho sugar schedule of we shall soon hear no more of the midIngalls says night raiders who have done more to the tariff bill, freedom that It bring Kentucky Into further disrepute with characteristic respectable, and than anv set of men who have ever in- "makes train robbing republicans that it would bo better for flicted her. All honor to Judgo Gudthat the tariff bill should fall than that gell and Sheriff Lane May their good example bo contagious till it is emula- this infamy should stand." Kentucky free thinkers, through Col. ted by every officer in the turnpike John L. Logan, of Jessamine county, counties. protest to the governor against the payTin: Senate by a vote of 41 to 14 ment of preachers who prayed for the adopted the Morgan resolution recog- Legislature, out of tho State funds. nizing tho Cuban insurgents as bellig; Col. Logan gives constitutional grounds crents. The affirmative vote was cast for the protest and will enjoin the by 18 republicans, 10 democrats and 4 auditor from paying the money If the populists, and tho negative by 12 re- governor refuses to veto the bill. publicans and 2 democrats. Senator Dr. Hunter, says a Washington dis Lindsay made an ablo speech in favor patch, no longer wields tho slightest of tho action. It is said that tho pres- influence at the capital. He has dropident is opposed to the resolution, at ped to the usual level of u politician least Mr. Hitt, leader of tho majoiJty out of a job. As long as he was the pos in the nouse, says that republicans de- sible Senator with a vote, he was nil Now sired not to embarrass negotiations right with tho administration. being projected by tho that he is n plain, defeated candidate, which were president to secure tho independence he Is without status with the powers of Cuba. It is also said that Speaker that be except as he is ablo to exert an Reed, in conformity with McKlnloy's fnlluence through Senator Deboc. wishes, will permit no action- on tho CONVEN- MASS resolution, and as ho is complete Czar DEMOCRATIC TION. Houso, what ho decides upon, of tho goes. The American people are. howPursuant to a call of the democratic ever, more united In their deslrc to executive State committee, there will seo Cuba free than on any other ques- bo a mass convention held In tho court tion, and they would go much further houso in Stanford on Saturday, May than to simply to recognize them as 2!)that2 o'clock l'. M., standard time.for belligerents. They recognize them as tho purpose of selecting delegates to tho freemen, who are as anxious to throw State convention that meets at Frankoff tho yoke of Spain as our forefathers fort on Juno 2nd to nominuto a canwero to cut Jooso from England and didate for tho olllco of clerk of tho they would take a hand In liberating court of appeals to.bo voted for at the them from a galling bondage If they ensuing November election. All demhad half a chance. ocrats who agree to support tho nominee of said convention, are Invited to The Richmond Pantagraph has a take part in selecting tho delegates. nice, new brevier dress and looks alJ. E. Carson, chm'n. most as pretty as a sweet slxtcener In Dem. Ex. Committee. a fresh shirt waist. Wo congratulate Editor Adams in discarding the old Joe Patterson, deputy sheriff of Monpaper, roe, and republican nominee for circuit "Long Primer." No s weeklies ua typo clerk, was killed by Johnson Smith, on but ouly so largo, aa waa all tho go 20 years ago. whom ho had ust served a subpoena. or Tin: bepimunp of tho end is in sight. c raiding and Its kindred forms of lawlessness received its first severe check in Bath county Friday night, when n determined judge and a brave sheriff, without tho fear of loss of votes and mindful only of their sworn duty, taught the cowardly midnight marauders a lesson that will, if kept up for a few times, put a stop to their mode of destroying private property. Being apprised of a raid on a certain gate near Owing&ville, Judgo Gudgell, who though u republican seems made of tho right kind of stuff, ordered Sheriff Lane to summon 10 picked men and protect the gate at all hazards. Tho otlicer with his men repaired to the scene and about 11 o'clock a band of 2o men rode up and the leader demanded to come out with his of the ax and cut tho pole down. In response the sheriff demanded them to surrender when he was fired ujion. His squad returned the fire and after a few shots from their side tho cowards ran like whipped curs, leaving their wounded to Toll-gntgate-keeper for its deeds of commission, it is also entitled to a full meed for its deeds of omission. It omitted to elect Hunter Senator and to pass the fusion bill, for which relief much thanks. TWO boltoorata, G. A. sheriff, J. M. Bailey for Stewart for county clerk and Miss Mary Lyle for school superintendent, wero placed by tho Boyle county republicans on their ticket Saturday, with these of Uieir own faith: County attorney, Robert T. Oulsenberry; jailer, Win. II. Shears, assessor, Georgo D. Batterton. No nominations were made for county judge or circuit clerk, but a republi can candidate for representative wilt nrobablv be nominated later. It Is to be hoped that all decent democrats and others will put the seal of their condemnation on the turncoats nnd snow them into everlasting oblivion. Wn do not see why Impecunious Americans who go to Cuba or else- G. A.Swlnebroad bought of W. II. East Tennessee. l.'W ewes The retail grocerymen of Lexington and lambs for $187.50. A wool buyer tells the Currollton have formed an association. Raiders destroyed six gates In Nich- News that he expects wool to bring 25 olas county Saturday night. cents within tho next (50 days. Scroggln Bros' Dunols won tho Flro In a hotel block at Meridian, Frank Fohr stakes at Louisville, with Miss., caused loss of 3150,000. fell from his balloon at Canero second and Georgo Uosq third. An McICccsiHirt, Pa., and was fatally InjurWhite Frost won the Kentucky Oaks ed. at Churchill Downs Saturday In 1:10. J. W. Steele, who died in Urldgcfort, Kosiunnto was second and Talueu finAla., last week was seven feet Inches ished third. W. II. Murphy has lost a number of tall. of Leslie, was hogs from a dlseaso similar to typhoid John Bailey, a farmer killed by a fence rail In tho hands of fever. Of the number was a valuable Poland China boar. Gran Burton. Judge M. C. Saulley had a lino JerClarence Vinegar, colored, was sentenced at Georgetown to bo hanged for sey cow to die Saturday from eating clover. He got her from his killing his wife. Nancy Smith, a blind widow, Mr. T. S. Webb, Jr.. of Kno.-vlllMrs. anil paid $75 for her at a yeardied while on her knees In prayer at , ling. Vlncennes, Ind. Alfred Pheater, of Calhoun, Ga., has The J. Woller Company, of Cinetr-nat- l, day for his health for walked 20 miles a are erecting a large building nt 2o years. Falmouth, which will be titled as salt" the iMist Miss Virginia Raima, a Lexington Ing works for pickles. They have conschool teacher, Is dangerously ill as tho tracted for 500 acres of cucumbers and will employ about 75 hands. result of a catblto. Some time ago James M. Owen George Pullman, Jr., son of the milfor a $2 cab bill by a bought up about 1,(300 lambs at 41 and lionaire, was sued 5 cents. Lust week he sold out to Brock Chicago liveryman. Tho largest telescope In the world 6 Rnllsback at a profit of 10 cents on was placed in position at Yerkcs' Ob- each lamb, or about 15 cents per 100 pounds. Winchester Democrat. servatory in Wisconsin. J. II. Cavanah filed suit at Hopklnt-vill- e Sales of stock hogs at !le and calves against his father for .",000 dam- at $Y..K are noted In the Woodford ages for alleged slander. Sun. Same paper says Joo A. Cohen Henry Matthews has sued the pool shipped six cars of hogs and cattle to rooms for $12,000 lost with them In tho Cincinnati last week. The market fell and ho came out $2.'l behind on tho last 10 yearsat Louisville. relieving a Pittsburg shipment. Cohen bought of D. L. A robber, after man of his money and valuables, threw Moore, of Ilnrrodsburg, 117 slop hogs, bridge, killing him. averaging 117 pounds, at $.'1.10 ant1 him over a A careless cook was responsible for bought In Anderson, SM) lambs at $;i mi oxnloslon which killed four lwrsons and 112 at $3.12 for Juno delivery. and fatally Injured another at St. A Historical Farm. While huntLouis. ing squirrels In that section Saturday J. Norwood Clark, of Iowa City.Iowa, with a friend, I received and is the oldest Odd Fellow In the world. afternoon accepted an invitation from MtssCalllo Ho has been a member of the order llorton to take supper at the home of over 150 years. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. llorSeveral persons were Injured by the her parents, o farm uiton which ton. The nowur house fire In Louisville, inelud- they reside hns a history of an unusual IngCapt. Raggio, who had to have both variety. It was the home of Gov. Franlegs amputated. and an ces, of Missouri, In his boyhood days, Gov. Bradley with his staff and In one of tho corn fields of this escort of 400 of tho Louisvlllo Legion farm, according to the Irrefutable went to Nashville yesterday to celestatement of Mrs. Grimes, he one day brate Kentucky day. of long ago, as a tired Iwy, Frank Fletcher was convicted in tho In the years 11- - threw down tho plow in tho afternoon Adair circuit court of assaulting his come what may In afdaughter and sentenced to 11 and said that let year-ol- d ho would never plow again. ter life, . years in tho penitentiary. furrow Miles, who is now in The previous one was tho last Gen. Nelson he ever made In the ground, though Constantinople, has been deputized to him) memorable evening represent the United States army nt since that (tomany furrows In the hearts he has made Queen Victoria's jubilee. of meii by his qualities of determina "TheSenato stands adjouvnea sine tion and has neon nonorou oy goumg die and may God have mercy on your nearly every thing he went after In tho souls," Is tho way Gov. Worthlngton way of olfice, tho pursuit of which, howshut up the shop ut Frankfort. ever, has a greater charm, history Health officer John Sullivan, of Lex- teaches, than possession. This same ington, was shot and killed there Satfarm was also tho homo of Gen. Carlo urday by a pistol which fell from tho Brltton, at present guarding tho nation pocket of officer Pete Jenkins. In the U. S. army. A former owner, C. C. Braueh, a train dispatcher, was Bryant Hutchln&on, becoming weary fatally stabbed at Jackson, Tenn., by of tho pleasant and Independent life of James Burke, a railroad man, because farming, tho only pursuit that Is absofoot. News Briefly Told C. Myers, of LOOK AT THIS It is n known principle thnt the best l.s always the cheapest. Theto is ho economy in buying an inferior quality hoc mho the price Is low. Anil buttur still U tho fiict thnt the c Is no economy In buying high whuu you can come to our store and do otherwise Perfectly iiintircd wore tho buyers who visited our storo l.iat week at the 11 15 Phenomenal Bargains We oTeretl, TIiIh wock wo give bigger bargains tlrui ever, ! son-in-la- e, 2 for a lino, black or Ta t Slioa for Lh 1'ea In l.uco or Uutton; tip, worth SIl, Jl.60 for Ladies' black or tan Slioo In Latest Style; worth f 2 50. $1 will buy you a kid shoo with tip, in heol orspring hi el. ttoys' a'tocs for 75c and up.vnrd, .Mens' Tim and Ox llloods attl "5 to M, Wo io itm'clug SPECIAL DRIVES In Ladies' nnd Metn' Neckwear, Ln-e, Fixtures. A halt price Shirt Hibbom, .Silks. Carpets, Curtalui, Poles and w list opportunity. $1 Ladies' Waists for 75c. 51c for 75c waists; S5c for 53o waists. LudieV Separate nn I most perfect fitting Myles. TniloMtiade In tie I Skirts for f2.25; M.50 SKlrti for f.J.50. 00-fo- il 25 Corsets for $1. a IXKSETS. 1 itt Ures nnd Wnlking Skirl. f 2 Skirts for fI 25; H.OO 00 Comets for 75c 75cCorseU for 50c. Summer corsets 00c. liny your 50c Cornets 2.o. NEW ORGANDIES From our now lino Jest oiencd up Monday, lletiieiiilvr wo uive n handsome and useful clock to every customer whoe purchacd amount to fl'5 or over. :00-aer- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UIUIAXSKY T. I). KAXKY. & CO , I'noriiiirrMw. Mana(ikr. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardtdown, Lawrcnccbtirj;, Cynthinun, VerH.illlos, Knit nencc, Georgetown, Kliiabetlitown, Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. Home and Farm Paint. TTY 1 .' The KH Imh rvntlvinlwl Pulnt, White Loutl, Oils VnruUhos Wnxl HiiIiim nnd a. r.' fS S: , r: K Li', r fc Carriage Paint. Prices lower than ever before on the witno K lTi strictly pure pxxlt. .ero JBJJ ! he stepped on tho latter's Georgo A. Taylor,abank teller, committed suicide In a hotel at St. Louis. A plcturo of a woman not his wife, was in his hand, but no reason was iriven for tho act. A mob broke into the jail at Tyler, Tex., and shot to death Will Jones, white, jointly accused with Elllo Jones, colored, of murder. Tho Negro's life was spared. Standing In front of a mirror, Joseph Kennedy, 1 years of age, despondent because of the loss of his position, his ill health and domestic troubles, shot himself through the heart In Louisville. At Little Rock, State Senator R. D. McMullen was fined $100 und sentenced to one minuto In jail for attempting to kill Col. J. N. Smithee, an editor, who ciltlcised tho Senator's course In tho Legislature. An inmate of the Soldiers' Homo at or our color cardn. jjfc independent under certain conditions, traded It to a Richmond, Ky., hotel man for his proiorty, then traded tho hotel off for a patent pump, tho patent for a dog, killed tho dog later on, nnd thus Mr. Hutchinson's or remuneration profits In tho wind-ufor wanting a change can be seen at a glance, but his experience is that of many who chase phantoms, which are as hard to catch on the Ily as an office sometimes Is In this country. This farm originally cost Mr. Horton nearly lutely p, I.'sl IVI K S iw. t 1 W. B. MoROBIBTS. DHUGGIST.STANFOIU), "s iv T1' T' T.jV &. IJ f "0 ' t ssfssryissis. -- ys. -- r y n '. KY. iys fe '"sl SKK OUH- - Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &C. Host and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us beforo Inlying. $12,000. SRKTAW. QUEEN & CHESCENT. Ttn.-iit-l r r.f ...itr.a tr Wnmiin'n nt For eign Missions, M. E. church, Binning- nam, Aia., .iiuie, American Institute of Homeopathy, Buffalo, N. V., June Ask your agent for particulars and be sure your tioketreads via tho Queen t-i- -. 2:1-2- 8. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. - W. C. RlNKARSON, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Cal., made a sworn stateMontevesta, ment that Rev. J. Georgo Gibson, pat-tTO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Tilin Inmlm llminn Olllnlm, I'sliletR. All of Emanuel church at San FrancisI)rwUt refund tho money If It fall to Cure, l'or co, killed Blanche Lamont, and that sale liy W. I. .Mcltotwrts, Crtl.V HcxWer ami li. lVmiy, lirugiilsta, btanlura, iy Durrant Is Innocent. a Shamskln, Pa., Jennie Fcssler, CONDITION OKTH K school girl, punished herself by sticking needles Into her wrist and when a FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. doctor was called to attend her he reAT STANFORD, At tliocloio of Iltisltiess May llth, 18'J7. moved 21. She kept her arm tied up and complained of rheumatism. RESOURCES. John Waller, a Negro inmate ot the Hills fili.VX 37 1,'JSI 07 Asylum, attacked Horace Other stocks. Lexington VW Downey, a guard, with a brick, fright- OrerJrett :,7l!i VJ Leav- Diiefiom Rink. fully beating him on the head. J,Y) (K) Hanking Iluuiu MM fio ing htm Inson&lblo the lunatic escaped Furniture ami I'Uturui 22U M Current i:x!iies to the woods but was later captured. 1 & Crescent. B. K. WEAREN & SOV. UnDGKCMinG JIY I vl yJM Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Harness, :jiyiiy.i;ifrsyjayiwi?g J. C. M'CLARY, Eh Cash 'JOfi'iii '21 FARM AND TRADE, 200-pou- Tf.l.W,"30 03 Saddles. Ilridles, Also carries a Nice Line of W hips, &c Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets. Square, Stanford. Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Rj te cross-road- oo A. D. Root sold to Lyon & Allen 27 Ci'ltal stock Jl.lf.UU) Mirplua amlUmllvlilol piotits hogs ut He. 111,517 7S E. T. Pence bought of Farrls & Har- Individual rt7ll 2U Duo to Kanki ..v $25. din a few calves at M.M,7:.V(9:i Some corn has sold as high as $2.50 Theatllnnt, J. II. Owsley, states that the in Casey, says the Advocate. of his knowledge, account Is correct to tho . -L. C. King, of the Ilubblo seetion, and lcllef. J. U. OWftl.KV, Caihler. of corn. has In over 150 acres Attorn to bufjro mo by J. II. Owsley Mny'JIth, Wo havo added a splendid lino of Clothing to our 'well selected Htock of General W. M. URICIIT, Notary TuMlc. Dr. J. B. Owsloy had a lino mule to 1SU7. Merchandise and are now prepared to dlo of lung fover last week. P. P. Nunnelloy bought In Pulaski 25 yearling calves at $20 and 5S sheep The undersigned committee will until May suit to a wedding outfit. at $1.50. Any thing you want from an overy-daill, lh07, receive (.eiiled bids for the followOur Htock of R. Cook sold to Georgo Cogar, of ing work on S. vU: Roof and Dunvllle, a lot of hemp seed at 50c per dome to lo painted, new guttering to Imj put around each jury room, guttering around bushel. main building to be repaired, new deck roof & Bro., of Paris, have on main building, roof and pipes to to re- C. S. Brent Notion?, Shoei, Ohinawtre, Glassware, Quconswaro, &c , was never more comp'ete bought about 75,000 pounds of wool this ii.'iiivd in mi iciiKV unices. W. L. Dawson, In Bourbon, at prices ranging F. Cummins, season Committee. J. J. U. I'AXTON, from 15 to 17i centa. News. MAHIMTIIIS: .' Iclts lymriflK. y, Notice to Contractors. court-hoiiM", Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, v" I HARRIS mtkml)m SfWknSi St HARDIN, tHMaamrt riitl.insi iiftm iilrnriiliisii ii'si(.T WJismri"wifcmiln nnn I'.rvn ..n.'i. . itmim.it mj. . U , lrVi,in rrt ii HfciMsMtiiiiifaitsjiir "'JV-J- J"i'".jvii:ji"j""-j,- '' mit1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., -- loan on real udtuto. thlw olllcc. &"OOto Apply at & SiMtlNo wheat Hour at Hlgglns Cooic Stoves and Ranges cheaper Tin: now train on the K. C. mado Its than any at Warren & Shanks'. first trip yesterday. It will leave at 4 l M. and return from Richmond at .. Ui.AClC Fnamel Hoof Guaranteed to last llvo years. Craig A- Hooker. - 1 57,883 It May 25, 1897 MoKlnnoy's. E. C. Walton, Uuhixi&s Mana(h:ii. . Tin: latest thing out In Chamber sets at Warren it Shanks'. Ilorsi: to rent In Crab Orchard. Call TltR best In cheapest. T hue's why on postmaster there. our paintH, load and oil aro choupent. Nkw Process Gasoline stovo for sale Penny's Dmir Store. cheap.. Call at John II. Meier's. Tin: iVesbyterinn young ladies took $.'( at Wixcii is iittomllng- tho of which their strawberry supper, 'M is clear. Mt. Vernon eourl. Mlts. I. W. Fihh is vlflltinjrlior mothlOi.rr Talcum Powder, Violet Toier, Mrs. Itanuio Ilurkn, in Lexington. let Water for young and old people at .1. PERSONALS. C'Oi.. V. (?. - in Thkiii: wero US teachers examined VanWinicm:, of Dnn Friday and Saturday by Profs. L. C. Johns. vllle, was tho guest of Mr. V. II. Hosleyand II. S.Young. Slnuikn. A I'ltlVATK tip from tho republican MKS. II. C. IlUPMJV has returned ranks Is that Hon. H. H. King will be a from a protracted visit to relatives in candidate for State Senator. Mil. wont op to tar-rayesterday vts.lt tho family of A.H. Denny. Mlts. (.5. A. LaC'KKY nl W. H. McKoborti,. Misxourl. Mlt. THOMAS MlvrCAI.r, of Jessamine, joined his wifo at Mr. T. J. Foster's I'Yiday. Miss" Ki.izahktii Cash is among tho largo number of graduates at Ilamll. Kent. Mrs. Fannio Dunn's proorty on Danville pike. Largo good outbuildings. J. It. Routt. Foil gar-don; Till: Stanford kid club did up the noon. ton College. Mlt. and Mils. LutiikkSoani-an- , Lonlflvillu, aro visiting tho family Hustonvillo tecond nine by a score of 11 to A at tho latter place Saturday afterof of J. f- - Crab Orchard boys will play tho Stanford base ball club hero WednesMlts. It. II. HoUHlUAN and two day afternoon. ,The grounds near Mrs. daughters of Marion, aro visiting her Lou Shanks' will be Used. father. Mr. II. C. Kuploy. TAlLOIUNO of all kinds, cleaning, Miss Klizaiuttii Mkxkkkk return Arc, done in tho best style and at the od Saturday from Chicago, where hho lowest rates. Give mo a call. John has been altoudiug school. Kxteiu, in basement of St. Asaph. Missks Mauy Adams and Tovls sjent hoveral days with the Clir.AI'Cit Stii.i.. Mr. J. S. Rico, Mioses Cilvens at Knob .Lick. agent, tells us tho L. A: N. will make a Mils. K. 1. WOODS and Miss Hettlo round-trirate of $1.(50 to Nashville, i Harris went to Millci'bburg Friday to Juno - to S, good for 10 days, on acattend the commencement oxereisus. count of tho annual of tho ConCilAKMi: i;ui:kk went to Louinvillo federate Veterans. Friday to mr M. Salinger and A. about working in their store at Tin: sheritT of Laurel took John LitKliynbcthtowu. toral to that county yesterday for trial. Mksdamks Mahy Huffman, of Hus Ho has been in jail hero for tonvllle, and Kato Culbertson, of Cov Ing since his arrest at Hristol, Tenn., ington, wero with relatives hero Fri charged with tho murder of Mi. linker day and Saturday. whoso inxly was placed on tho railroad Mus. IIoiikht McAlistkk has re- - track in Iuurel. tured from iltu l'rotestant Inllrmary, HOUSES Killed. A valuable horse Lexington, much improved In health. belonging to M. Fred, of Gilberts Creek, - N'icholasvlllo Journal. .lot: F. Watkks, 'Sretnw," of the fell through a bridge while running Harrodsburg Sayings, will have anoth from a train and was killed. A freight or sin to answer for. lie lias bought a tmin ran over and killed a young tllly owned by George H. CooKir while graverso machine. Advocate. Mil. J. M. Alvkkson wont up to zing on Mr. Win. Burton's farm. Richmond Sat unlay and returned yesA dispatch from Somerset says that terday morning with his wife, who had Mr. F. J. Camplell, tho popular and been with his mo'.her for Mmo time. manager of Rockcastle successful Miss Ki.i.kn Owsi.ky, of Lancaster, Springs for the last 18 years, became took the train here yesterday for I.ouls- - the purchaser at, the sale on tho IDlh, Vllle, whero sho will visit Miss McGro and will continue to conduct tho hotel gor. Mr. W. M. Cook accompanied which Is now open for the reception of her this far. guests. Mils. M. F. Loud, of Louisville, who Stanfoiid will have two representais MilTcring from nervous prostration, tives In tho oratorical contest of tho arrived yesterday for her mother, Mrs. s Tournament at HarrodsII. T. Harris, to nuiu her back to burg Friday night. James T. Saulley, health again. Mil. C. K. Tatk is back from the law representing Prof. Grubbs' school, will department of Centre College which have for his subject 'The Now South," Hosed Saturday with 10 graduates and and James T. Menu foe. of tho Malo o yesterdny donned a hayseed suit and Academy, will recite "The Heart." went to plowing on his father's farm. John Lynn, Jit., says wo made a AlA'KHSON. Mr. J. M. Alvorson, of mistake ulxmt his father having but this olllcc, received a dispatch from his two grown children and would Hko to brother, W. D. Alverson. at New Orknow how largo men grow where we leans, yesterday, telling him of tho came from If wo do not call him grown. death of his wife, after an illness of onMil. K. W. Ciir.KiHTON, who was ly a few days. She was a daughter of hero from Kingsvlllo Saturday, told us Chief Thos. O'Connor, of tho Firo of a delightful party Miss Agnes Pen- and leaves three children. nybacker gave In honor of her guest, She spent some tlmo with her husMIsh Hridgo Chawk, of Somerset, tho band's mother at Richmond two years night before. ago and made many friends in that city A vnitY enjoyable little party was by her gentle disposition and captivagiven Saturday night by Miss Fuuuiu ting manners. Shanks in honor of Miss Kathleen Ol'lt several mentions of old coins Pierce, of Kansas City, tho haudsomo guest of Mrs. It. II. Logan. Among made Mr. T. C. Hall look through his those present wero Mlsfcea Linda Ows stock of luck pieces, in which there Is ley, Lizzie and Mary Logan, Mary a Spanish dollar made in 177(5, which years. It Heazley. Dollle Mcltoberls, I'earl Hum- - has been in his family I (nice and Kato Alcorn and was found in his grandmother's pocket side, Mary Messrs. 1. M. MoHoborts, S. W. Mono- - when sho died in IMS and was given to 15 fee, C. !;. Tnte, J. It. Hush, G. A. Me- - Mr. Hall by Miss Mallnda Popples years ago. IIo also has threo half dolLo- Koberts, Gabo Lackey and lars made in 180(1, 1800 and 1811, which Kiv Mil. J. S. WELLS, who has taken In were givoihhitn by his father, Thomas all the fairs and oxK)sltions of conse- M. Hall in 1S(57. Tho old gentleman quence In latter years, says tho Nash- also gave Tommy some vest buttons ville exposition compares favorably madu of dimes which havo dono serwith tho best and that it is not only a vice a score or more of years. charming place to visit because of tho THE pay school taught by Prof. K. L. beauty of tho grounds and environGrubs and Miss Minnie Ruploy closed ments, but on account of tho vast number of Instructive agricultural exhibits Friday with appropriate oxercises. Tho and wonderful mechanical contriv- average attendance was 18, which was ances. Tho exhibition is now complete good, considering tho fact that only 51 and Juno will bo a most delightful pupils wero enrolled. Tho following pupils wero awarded prizes: Caswell month to seo It. Saulloy, general average and spelling; Fmmett Cubbell, spelling; for attendHOME NEWS, ance, Myrtle O'Hannon, James PhilNr.W lino clocks. Hanks, Jeweler. lips and Charllo Wright tied, but tho latter got the prize by lot. Welch TllK Metropolitan National of Kan- Rochester and Mattio McClary wero sas City has been bought by tho Nu given a medal each by Miss Ethel tlonal'Hank of Commerce of tho sumo Wright for general average, attendance city and Its utTulrti will bo liquidated. and spelling, respectively, and Johnny There aro many stockholders hero. Spldell and Ella May Nowland a book with a fearfully deformed each for general average and spelling. A kakiu man which ho claimed was half bear Tho trustees aro much pleased with worked tho people hero Saturday Mr. Grubbs and Miss Ruploy and ask nicht. Tho most remarkable feature ed them to make no arrangements for of tho "curiosity" was that ho had next session until thoy hod been con sulted. three rows of teeth. Till". Cai-jx-nte- r re-uniUr-baus- Wright. Miss Stuu-- a HAM.OL' will bo tho only graduate at tho Stanford Female College this year. Mlt. Ijovih Wai.z, of Mt. Sterling, was over for a fw days to eeohls High land sweetheart. A. Nal'NKaiu.k, llitlc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tanner, of McKJnnoy, fell from tho porch a few days since and broke her collar bono. safe-kee- p ' Tm:drys won at Junction City by 15 votes. A light vote was polled and conMt. Vkhnon. Big crowd and big trary to expectations no great amount docket with four murder cases, Is tho of Interest was manifested. message E. C. W. sends from circuit J. II. Haugiiman will nizo tho old court at Mt. Vernon yesterday. frame house back of tho Methodist Dkmociiatic Convention Juno 1st church yesterday, preparatory to buildand 2d, tho Frankfort k Cincinnati Ry. ing a lino residence 50 feet in front of will run three trains each way between It. In tho mean tlmo Mr. and Mrs. Ed Paris and Frankfort to accommodate Carter will room at Mrs. Alice Cloyd's. visitors to tho State convention. Mr. and Mr. B. will resorvo a room or two in tho old building. Tin: heavy winds of Sunday wero TllK body of William Thomas, the 15 followed by rains that afternoon and night, which had como to bo consider- months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. ably needed. Fair, warm Tuesday, af- Farley, of Livingston, was brought hero yesterday and interred in BulTalo ter colder at night, Is tho prediction. Cemetery. Tho mother is a daughter Tin: strawberry hay rldo suppjr at of tho late William Launahan, of RowMt. Xonla this evening from to 10 land. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. I '.aires, Mrs. promises to be, largely attended. Hay Lair and LIgo Elmoro came down with v wagons will run from Stanford and Dan- the stricken family. ville, leaving at dark, and only charge A Wi:st End man tells us that there 25c for the round-trip- . Tlus ones was considerable kicking over some of h from hero will leave from the St. the nominations for county olllces, at Hotel at 7. lirst, because they were especially disTil 1: Thomas W. Napier Camp, 82, appointed in the failure to nominate .las. met at the olllcc of Judge W. L. Daw- P.; Bailey for circuit clerk, but the son Saturday. Georuc P. Bright and kickers are becoming reconciled and Georgo S. Carpenter's were appointed will bo all right by election day. We a committee to notify speakers and in were satistled of this all the time. All connection with h similar committee, of us can not get our choice and like arrange all matters for Decoration Day good democrats wc should support tho in with tho G. A. It. Camp ticket whether It suits us in its entirehere. Col. Boyd and tho management ty or not. at Lexington were requested to forTin: death of Miss Leah Steger, of on account of this camp to W. Crab Orchard, just as sho was budding ward II. K.iauss, Columbus, O., to assist in into beautiful womanhood, is sad to app.nprlulely decorating the 2,200 contemplate and must be very severe graves of Confederates at that place on her devoted mother, Mrs. Hannah T. M. Goodknight, Adjt. Steger. for whom great sympathy Is felt. Miss Steger was a very lovely Tin: commencement exercises of and attractive girl, of decided beauty, Stanford Female College will begin but tho fatal seeds of consumption took with tho annual sermon on Sunday, root upon her and soon robbed tier June (I, at 11 A. M. in the Presbyterian cheeks of their blossom and her body church by Rev. J. F. Williams, of Har- of Its symmetry and elasticity. She rodsburg. Tho musical entertainment was taken to Colorado, which for a time, and art recaption will bo held Wednes scorned to improve her, but the dread day, June 0. at.'ll'. M. In the College disease would not unloose its hold and Chn)cl. Tho annual concert will bo sho sleeps beneath the sal ere 20 sum on Thursday, Juno 10, at S p. M. in mers had passed over her head. It Is a Walton's Opera Houc. Commence consolation to her friends to know that mentday will be Friday, June 11. Tho sho was reconciled to her fate and that exercises will open at 10 A. M. at Wal she gave every evidence of a blissful ton's Opera House. The people of hope of eternal happiness, when the Stanford aro invited to attend these mists have rolled awav. 1 m As-npm " Paint. For sale by 0:0.-- Prescriptions Have been filled hero without w single mistake. is a good record and we arc proud of it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I Klothers. Attention. J2 We know you want your boy to be well dressed. We will I u jijft Sry Dress im it Good Si1? ,j; $ sS rJll iU J For very little money Boys' Wash Suits, size 3 to 7 years, only 50 cents. Iys' Wash Suits, size 3 to 7 yearn, only 75 cents. Boys Worsted Suits, size 5 to 15 years, only 75c Boys' (Jood Worsted Suits, size 5 to 15, only $ 1.25. J5yH' 1lail1 and Check Suile sizo 5 t0 15i only 12. """ Coat, Cap, 2 pairs Pants, size 5 to 15, only $3.50 Finer Suits up tojo. Try ()lir "Iron Clad" Fast Mack Hose for Boys at 25 cents. I 1 f SEVERANCE - & SOV. 8 MATTINGS ! Time to buy. A large assortment of exercises. dent. William Shelton, Presim 788. m Blue-Gran- Dt'DDKiiAU. Win. Logan Dudderar died of consumption at the homo of his parents, Col. and Mrs. W. H. Dudder ar, Thursday evening hist, aged i'.'l. A few years ago ho went to Texas and Mexico and engaged in railroading and it is thought that ho contracted the ill- seaso there. He was a member of the Christian church and death found him ready and willing to go. In fact ho longed to bo at rest and pniyed for tho cud to come. Ills is the 4th death to occur In tho family of 12 children. Hew J. T. Sharrard preached tho funeral discourse at tho homo of deceased and then a very large procession of friends followed tho remains to their resting place with his loved ones in ButTulo Cemetery. HEPORT OP THE CONDITION THE FIRST NATIONAL BANE, AT STANFORD. In the Stale of Kentucky, at the close of business Blues, Greens, Browns, Reds, Whites, Yellows, W. My 14, 1S97. Skdu.ction, Pistols, Ac Rowland has been astir for tho last few days over tho alleged seduction of Miss Maud, daughter of George Moore by Walter Carter, a K. C. brake-maA few days ago tho parents found out their daughter's condition and sho readily told them that Mr. Carter was tho author of her ruin, whorcujHjn he was sought and after consultation, he agreed to marry her If they would not bother him until he received a divorce from his wife, with n. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $i68,soj 05 Overdrafts, secured ami unsecured 5,84649 (J. S. Bonds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc 17,717 07 and hxtures.. o.ljooo Other real catate and mortgages owned 1,972 00 Due from National Hanks, not Reserve Agents,. 6,113 31 Due from State Hanks and Hankers 3.678 61 16 4(9 17 Due from approved rcsere agents Checks and other cash items 564 4 Notes of other Nat. Hanks. 3.18 00 fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 346 aa Specie. 3 415 jo Legal tender notes 4,3900 17,784 jo Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 per cent. 01 circulation j,jjo 00 uank!nc-housc,lurmtu- rc Both in Japs and Chinese. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. PAINT. M2EoirLEAD. Beyond doubt we have tho best Beady. mixed Pninton the market. Total LIAHIL1TIES. Jjo,ai8 66 OILS, VAKni$fG$, (0L0K$, At Lowest Cash Prices. Toll-Tal- th'j m m -- Capital stock $100,000 Surplus fund. i5.75- Undivided profits, lest expenses and taxes paid 3l(ot National Hank rotcs outstanding 45,0:0 Due to other National Hanks 7,37; Due to State Hanks and Hankers 631 Individual deposits subject to check i,354 Certified checks 10 Liabilit es otScrtoan those above stated 17,501 00 00 4 00 15 CRAIG HiQli Headed rea-ouab- lu &. HOOKER. 38,353. o3 &4 co tj Total $3oj,i 8 66 ) STATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Lincoln, whom he has not lived for some time. I, John J. McRoberts, cashier of above named This agreement was made in writing lhnk, do solemnly swear that that the above statethe best and and Mr. Carter says he had no idea of ment is true toJOHN J.of mv knowledgeCashier.be. lief. McROHERTb backing out of it until the Moores Subscribed and sworn to before me this aid day Y. Al. 11K1UI1 1, IX. 1'. L.. u, IS97. of tho by Ol broke Locust Herd Reg. Poland Dn.in.as. toy U. S. MODEL, HO. iii m m 10-o- i.- m REPORT OF THE CONDITION ning. Killion secured a couple of pistols and made threats, and as tho train THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE came in ho was seen to go toward the AT HUSTONVILLE, depot. This Information was conveyed III the Stato of Kentucky, at tho close of business to Mr. Carter, who prepared himself Ma.y 14, 1807 for tho emergency. Killion was get RESOURCES ting ready to do his man up, when ho Loans and discounts f 103670 ao was caught by a and Carter Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 3, 51; 93 immediately sworo out a peace warrant U.S. Honds to secure circulation i',soo 00 against him. Ho was brought here Hanking House, furniture and fixtures. 1,000 00 Due Irom National Hanks, not Reand after spending tho night In jail, serve Agents 633 Si gave bond. Killion then swore out Duo Irom State Hanks and Hanker 6,799 10,914 31 a similar warrant against Carter ami Due from approve! reserve agents., 16 aa Marshal Newland served it on him Checks and other cash Items other Nations! Hanks 446 Co Saturday morning as ho was starting Notes ol paper currency, nickels and Fractional to go out with his train. Ho gavo bond cents 14 6 but not until it was too late to take his Lawful Money Reserve In Hank, viz Specie "i95 00 run. Mr. Carter Is a Legal tender notes... clever young man, but his indiscreet Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ".393 00 actions and lovo for the fair sex has 361 30 5 per cent, of circulation. given him no end of trouble. $150,489 91 Total. Tho trial of Carter was held before LIABILITIES. Jjo.ooo 00 Judgo Curson yesterday. Tho young Capital stock paid in 35,000 00 woman sworo that sho was Induced to Surplus fund. yield to his wishes by promlso of mar- Undivided profits, leas expenses ana taxes paid 1,631 co riage after ho obtained a divorce from National Hank notes outstanding 10,750 00 his wifo which ho said he would do in Due to other National Hanks. 9 333 30 153 at June, but tho judgo held that a mar- Due to State Hanks and bankers Individual deposits subject 45,784 is ried man could not be held for such Notes nub bills rcdiscountedtu check ....: 6.837 9 promises when tho woman was fully aware of his condition, and Carter was Total $153,489 91 W. Ilocker, Cashier t discharged. There was no proof against Bank,J.do solemnly swear that of the above named the above statement Killion, alias Chlnn, tho half brother is true 10 the beat of my knowledge and belief. J. W. IIOCKEK, Casher. of tho girl, who it Is claimed wanted Subscribed and sworn to belore me this aist life of Carter, and ho was also dis- day ol May, 1897. Gao. W. Hunn, N. P. L. C. tho Edward Alcorn, charged from tho pcaco warrant proH, Drown, Directors. ceedings. T. J. Robinson. J & hard-working, contract their part Walter Kiillon, a half brother of the girl, trying to kill him when ho came Into Rowland on his run Thursuay eve- .!), J. J. A. w 1. S. HOCKRK, tiAVOKN, y Hakkis. 917. Directors, Sou of Klever's Model, No. 20,719. tho grutitcl breeding hog living, and HPN'DLKY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,091. miii of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Pino, loPiO' ,V'U,K ready for service. A fuw show gilts olil enough to breed, and bted sows a specialty, for sale, TliK stock Is strictly flrtt-cliIn overv riupeet, with pedigrees. Prices and satisfaction guaranteed. Vrlto your wants or como and see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for bale. They aro good ones. "A No Mammoth Pekln Duck Kggs, $1 for IU. A. E. HL'NDI.EV, Ilox ltl.'i. D.in vllle, Ky. lars to No. THE Thoroughbred 3Uie-GRA- S3 HERO Duroc Jersey USD HODS, U-s- C T tJ - oy . y tm .jfc. Sly brwders wero selected from th t lnrdsol of tills famous bntil nf snine in State A ejileiiiliil lot of pigs of illiivrvm ogeii for rale. Uml sows ,a eclaltv Satisfaction guaranteed. Corres. Iomlence tHilicIted. Address R H. BRONATJGH. Cr.ili Orchard, Kjr. 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. JKkt Will Sell You One on Trial. It will nay for itself in few weeks. and fcee Cull it. Up-to-Da- te The Freezer. Most Coiunleto anil Convenient Freezer over offered in Stanford. Kcipi'ires less labor less timo anil less ico than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minutes to freeze cream. We guarantee them to do all we claim and they are mid on trial. Very respectfully, Gome and sco for yourself. Try one. r nf ") V HGGVS 5 M'KINNEY. tj 1& fiftJsjJMtMi'ii AfriHt-g- i Ji.fr ., " fiifciipii ii '! T.ifca ..,. - Mi rOi SMMkkjrIc NEW . ANTI-MO- B LAW. A VICINITY NEWS. anti-mo- , MT. VERNON, of whisky Is sold llle-irallv FOR SALE m ! Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. Poullry Yard. Ilr.jlu Co. Illue-Oriiwonl to the farmer. If you make money In till day nnd time )ou iuiitkcp up with the that; nnd keep thoniunlibrtsls Tliey mature earlier with apmlll or more than Ni per ecnl Tliearr lixeinciil el our yanl Is hucIi tluil there can be no mix III brccil. Wonimralitet. all cyK" fertile when shlpicd, ii it it..i tii (inline, linn, senilis ol IS laar. S:t.(( C"l I"' Surlier Ccjelinited I'll liime WlillnCreusl White lVlisli lied Cup, linKtrtts ?i.(io lllack Ml norm, 4, Sllrcr Ijieed Wyandotte, l..v llarreil l'lynmuiii iioek, All brs.l score almre W ilnt. Junction Clly Kr CIIAK1 IIIIOS., H THE 1NTERI0RJ0URNAL TUKNP1KK KAIDING PKNITKNTIAKY oairrliara U l'KBYJCAll IX jT Vv:sCIS 52.C3 will 1 - When not wpald charged. 1M at 4:30 p. in. TIME GARD. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m. amUreturns at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 25 " No. 23 " No. 2.1 No. 21 Train going North " " " Eolith Kor alt Point. ..12 37 .. 3 13 a ..12 01 ,. 1 03'p m in m m THUO'KIU TICKUTS SOU). HAdOAOK CHKCKKH TIUtOUOH. Kor any Information enquire of JOE S. MCK. Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN& CRESCENT. Train pa Junction Clly as follows: 4 02 p m a m No. 2 North No. l.South .... 11 ..... d lit III 4 11211)111 ' Kn a No 5 No.' 0 " " ...... ".Iiaiaiii 8 20 3 ami " po'im further South do they run Note-- No. 6 00 am do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 pm " i " "10 " l"" sunda. than Jnuclloii City, neither FRANKFORT ANi)"CHCINMATI RY. via iii:oituirroVN. P.M. 2 35 A M. 2.1W 505 7 20 315 450 1155 Ltc. Somerset, Arr ' " Jet. City. eometown, I.v rranktort, ....o m. Ar 12 55 11 r. A. M ' 31 9 35 0 30 S'JO A 30 300 5 30 V S 10 8 40 Arr l'arls Dally except Sunday CD.HEKCAW.C. A. pOYAl w Absolutely Pure. fp3: POWDER Celebrated for It great leavening strength and healthfulne.. Assures the food agalnt alum and all form of adulteration so common In tho cheap brands Koval IIakinq 1'ow per Co., New lorlc. DR. W. Dentist, wd&0 : Stanford, : Ky. ()l!lcon Lancaster street at Residence. A. S. PRICK. Surgeon Dentist, IHfflBE Owsley Stanford. Ky. Office over Mcllobert' lirug Store In the Huilillu.' persons composing such mob shnll bo individually and collectively liable to damages. Section 4 permits anyollicer to summon to his aid as many able- bodied citizens at necessary to protect anyone in custody. Any one refusing to obey shall be lined In any sum not less than $100 nor more than $500. If a jailer has reasonable grounds to believe that the jail will be attacked by a mob for purpose of inflicting violence on any inmate of the prison, he may arm the prisoners with a view to their Section 5 provides own protection. that upon information being lodged with the county or circuit judge' by any reliable person, stating under oath that ho believes that twp or more persons have banded together, or are about to do so, for tho purpose of injuring or destroying property, said judge is at once to order the sheriff or constable to summon a posse to guard the property threatened. Section 0 makes it a penalty of from $100 to $500 fine and a forfeiture of otlice for a judge or other ollieer to refuse to discharge the duties imposed by this act. Section 7 provides for the payment of summoning guards at 50 cents each and of the guards themselves at $2 a day and Imposes a penalty of $5 to $15 for each day a guard refuses to servo without good reason. Section 8 authorizes the governor to offer rewards of $500 and cm; ploy detectives to tho amount of $3,000 a year and permits the county jndges to supplement these rewards by $200. Sec. Ols'that any person who shall send, circulate, exhibit or put up any threatening notice or letter, shall upon conviction be fined not less than $100 nor more than $500 and imprisoned in jail not less than three nor more than 12 months. Sec. 10 provides that It shall be no exemption for a witness that his testimony may crlmlnato himself, but it can not be used against him. The emergency clause is appended and the law Is now In full force. DE MOLAY SPECIAL. The K. T. Speciul for the Annual Conclave at Hopkln&villo left Louisville at 3 I'. M. May 18 over the L. & N. The train consisted of one parlor car, .inmiiiit uupji'ip" o uutc i;u(;u(;3 i.nirirfifrn I'lp iifiii (..iii'iiui -- ; occupied by 125 Sir Knights and i...-.- b of tho Folllowing bill rccontly passed by thu Legls-luturSoc. 1 provides that If two or more persons confederate together for , tho purpose of Intimidating-- alanning, disturbing or injuring any person or to rescue any person from nn officer with a view of inflicting punishment or with a view of preventing prosecution, he shall bo deemed guilty of a felony and upon conviction, bo con lined in the penitentiary not less than one nor more thnn live years. The 2nd section provides that where two or more persons band together for tho purpose of molesting, Injuring or destroying property of another person or corjwratlon, thev shall bo eullty of a felony and upon conviction be confined in the penitentiary not less than one nor more than llvo years. Section 3 says that If injury result to person or property by reason of unlawful acts, the persons engaged, or thoso aiding and abetting In them shall, upon conviction bo confined hi the penitentiary not less than one nor more than 15 years, uuless death results, In which case the penalty shall be as proscribed by law. It shall be no mitigation of the offense for one to claim heat of passion or absence of malice. The judge so trying tho case shall so Instruct the jury. Tho c: OFFENS1'.. la ti synopsis SHELBY LlVSP-Y.FCD.f- & SHELBY, a LE STABLE t'roirlctor c Junction City, Ky. I'irM-CVn- s Turn-iii- . reatmnaMe TVM miIIU ..,t,.l,lo . . . ...,- 1UUII-3J. iviiuuiv rn,ntn,.., .John W. Rose, who is noted for his GEORGE II IM'KINN BY. ability and pleasant way of handling passengers, was in uuargu ui m num. Engineer Joe Kehm was at the throt- & Claim Agent, tie. This accounts for one of the fastPension est as well as smoothest runs ever made Box 44 stanfo d, Ky. over tho L. & N., the last 25 miles loforo all tho being covered In 21 minutes. The 1S8 Ma li.nl 12 yt?"rV 9 Dopa tino:it in Wuluril jii Cltj miles was made In 4 hours and 10 minutes, including several M. W. The Knights Templar elected E. A. THE POPULAR IO Robinson, of Maylleld, grand commandnext conclave will be held at INI liaTiDlilll.'lillhR MOM er. The Maysvllle. 18 - A rati ,pctfully solicited prompt attention, very portion of jour patronage Is ... ,.i,.. m UlU I lay-out- s. o D G MOIMMOIMOIM mm. OM0 fe. MOMOMMOMOMM OINJOWOIMO M0WOM0M is O0M1 MmoiW mnm k JSJO HU MM mu MO HM IN A VIM on INI nMJM A WRONGED WIFE'S WARNING. I hereby warn all women from receiving the attentions of John Johnii ii son, whoau real name Is Joseph Mar- iVjfM shall Jarvls. He Is my legal husband i anu i win prosecute " miu iur uusunuiK (5) ' me at Stanford, Ky., May 20th, 18!)7, without cause, should I over see him .,; uJ ......... Tin ...- - nhl furniture belontr- ..- - nlsn r ing to me and appropriated the money, and I will endeavor to make him suffer for that. I was married to him in Evansvllle, Ind., Nov. 4th last. Ho is a barber by trade, .'15 years old, 5 feet 10 Inches tall, slightly gray and usually wears a moustache. He has a large a ar over tho right eyo and is of a ruddy complexion. Limps on left leg and ulwuyn carries a cane. rf in this county. Elder S. II. Farrer has loeatedlhero and may bo found pleasantly domiciled . .1. II. 1IH30INS. St.m-oiiilvv. 9 at the Jopliu House. The Altamont Coal Co. und all tho franchise bonds were sold Saturday for $.'11,000. Tho bondholders bought the SHEET 111 WORKS, property. In tho country People from 10 miles ST A NFORD, IC V. , reached town Monday before somo of proprietor of D.mii's lllack IHaiuoud Hoof Sole tho citizens ate breakfast, it being the Paint. Intimate jiirnlshrd for painting wo..l. metal and iron roof. Satisfaction mummed All first dav of circuit court. lllack IMaiiioud Taint roofs painted with Peon Tho ladies of tho W. C. T. U. will warranted for yean. Dealer In liest Cistern I'unil Iron niters. give a strawberry supper next Thurs- nmUialraultetl all kind. Uairanlied and lllack 21 If Iron llootltiKof drawing for the day evening, The THOItOlOIIIIKKl quilt sold bv tho Ladles' Aid Society of 40 to 10. ! will take place then also. In a difficulty over a woman Samuel We were pleased to see Mr. E. C. wounded Dan Hitson shot and fatally proTlio tno-line of till lireedi, Young, a prominent colored politician, Walton, representative of tho I.VTKltlntt.tlii llio ureal-eoit JocitNAl., In town Monday giving of Bell county. welirlil. futten many a hearty handshake and receivmi Gilbert II. Waddle, a brother of AtVi&iSfejuibS. J&irl ,, easily titivimt up'. H'r riTi4'tyllv.Jf5vWwrjAi3lwt!i!st torney O. II. Waddle, died at Somer- ing the usual encourairement for your service, (illt.4 mill sons ulremly ltretl. I'lp A excellent paper, which has always been of either m.x, not akin. Questions iintl set of pneumonia and rheumatism. so deservedly popular. promptly answered. wife and four children survive him. J. M. k H. J. MeROBERTS, Stanford. 1 Baker, at Mt. Vernon, Lil-ll- e Mr. Andrew Baker, county superin Mrs. Ella Farrls tit Bernstadt, Laurel county, tendent, held tho teachers' examinaand J. C. Jones, at Woodbine, Whitley tion at the Institute Friday and Satur county, have been appointed postmas- day, The usual large number of appli Undortakor, cant for certificates attended. Tho ters. Kontucky J. C. Coulter, of Middleburg, has fin- examiners exclude Is visitors from tho Hnatonvillo. no chance of aid room, so that there ished a contract of 1,000 cords of to the ttpln of West IJcwhiOffers hi ull Kk ot Coffins and Caskand Owy cmiutlt.. to Cincinnati parties for $10,000. being given. The eloslui; exercises of Mrs. Nes- - .i.mIh.v.hii lialulManner, 93 This ends the bark business in Casey i. Carinter. biti's school were attended by a largo county for the present. John Clemens, Jr., met a horrible number of patrons and friends. An death while working at Russell's saw interesting address appertaining to mill In Casey. Ho was struck by a education was delivered by Elder Far plank and knocked against the saw, rer, followed by a literary exorcises by which severed his head and right leg. some of the pupils, after which refresh John Vanderjiool Smith, aged t2 ments wore served, to the great de years, died at Lexington of dropsy of . light of the children. The commencement exercises at the tho heart. He was twice married, his Institute will eloe on Thursday cve tlrst wile oeing a uauguier oi juuge James Payne Mitchell, of Boyle coun- nlug. Thointermediatu class will enOF BROOKLYN. ty, and his second Elizabeth R. Owsley, tertain on the evening of May 25th, on laThursday evening the fair young of Winchester. Wm. M. Mattingly has been awarded dy graduate, Miss Ida May Adams, will Caledonian : $0,000 damages against tho L. & N. at receive her diploma; this vith"uther Lebanon, for Injuries bustulned while unnrmit'iatu exercises, closes the work Co., of Scotland. employed as bridge carpenter. On a of the term. We have not hoard who KOUNU1CU IHOrt. former trial Mattingly was awarded will have charge of the school next $10,000 damages, but tne case was re- year. Mr. R. G. William-.- , tho talented versed In the court of npjKiuls. young lawyer who may head the ticket Tho residence of J. N. l'rather at KTAMOIIH. KY. Harrodsburg, was burned. Loss $1,500, for county judge, Is receiving constant A La"m JOHN. CASItKJIAX. partially covered by Insurance. Prath-e- r encouragement to make tho race. We Is city editor of the Sayings and cor- want just such a man as Mr. Williams Ho to fill the olllco and believe that if he respondent of several dallies. was a member of the recent grand jury makes tho race tho people will show man of and has given toll gate raiders many by their vote that they want a INSURANCE COMPANY Is sus- unblemished reputation to (ill the highsevere roasts and incendiarism est office In the county. pected. OF LIVERPOOL. Judge T. '.. Morrow arrived Sunday Owsley and Preston HarriHeaton son, Jr., passed through Danville en and Is stopping at tho Miller House. relaroute awheel from Chicago totno rsnsii-vill- c Miss Clura Kennedy is visiting B2RBEE & CSSTLEMB. Is a brother-in-- tives in Russellsvllie Dr. George B. exposition. Mr. Owsley MANAOl.ns, Is visitand Mr. Harrison a brother Lawrence, of S.ivanna, I. T.. law Lawrence, of Carter Harrison, Jr., the present ing his brother, Dr. John Oommcrco Building, Louisville. mayor of Chicago. Mr. Owsley has ma-n- y here. Misses Sallle Cook and Alza AtteuU Throughout the rsiulh. kinsmen in this section and Is an old Logan Brown will return from Midway TB.IBBI-X- , Centro man. In Chicago he has boon this week. Prof. J. S. Reppertlsin attendlug court. Mr. 0 town this week quite successful, having cleared Ixtatl AKnt, was in the bicycle trade during the past W. II. Pettus. of Crab Orchard, McKonzIo Masters i here Monday. Kentucky. in ...... Stanford, 17tf Brown, Cecil and Richard Williams IN MEMORIAM7 accompanied Mr. Tom Stewart home to Wildle Saturday. of In the early morning hours 14, 1897, tho pure spirit of j May Jiucklin'a Arnica iv. our loved and loving young friend and j liriiles The iest nalvo in th world for rut DEAI.KU IN brother, Eugene V. Carpenter, ex- sore. Hirers salt rheum. foTer wre, letter, hands. chllMalnt, corns and all itklu eruptloiu changed the frail tabernacle of his It ixxltlvely cunwplli-oonoiay required. Ills Wagons, Pleasor money re rft earthly body for the house not made Buiraato"! to pi25 cents vrMtUfacllon sale by W . reH. or box. funded, l'rlic with hands, eternal In the heavens and Mcltoberts, PrtifljUt. Vehicles, m knew a sweeter, fairer morning than Old People our own, In that land "whero everthe medicine to hn Old lasting Spring abides and never with- -' .towel. iwople muiieyrepiire .n.l iI.a t..Arepulato III rumiutr -. 'a..... win ." " uiedulnediw not stimulate nervous Electric anil Hitters Till ering fiower." Of a delicate, whlsley nor other Intoxicant, but constitution, his feeble frame succumb nnd contain no alternate. It sets mildly on the a:ts a Ia tonic and Ilu..l. mlill'iir olrfiiith till kdUUK Fertilizers and Coal. ed with startling suddenness, when tho tone to theoiyans. thereby aWliu Nsluro In 11.8 High-Grad- e crisis of his sickness came, to that iwrforniameof the fuurtf(iin. dlRKstinii. HUtf" "I Good Warranted as Itcpresented. Onice on Old pc"- nn excellent ap'tlor and aid l.na tiuA.1 . V dread disease, typhoid fever, whose Hie und H jiim examy I. a "":;.,,77 I'll u fll..'. iiat ;,", Main Street. opposite Klinoro'it Mcl.olK.rl victims seldom escnpe without perma cnuand sl.OU ier wttfe at W. II. .Stanford. Kentucky jirutf Store nent injury, if they escape at all. .1. I. TOTTI'N. ?I.MMAN. Euirenc. not vet 21 years of ago, hud The WeMuitlelil. Intl.. News, prints the to nn old resident of been a member of the Christian church following In lectin! Trunk MeAvoy. for iniilij :c, that nluee. id for several years and had ever been a e.iri in the etnplo of Hi" I... N. A. A. t : "1 nave Used OIiiiihIh'I lulu's m most faithful, dutiful son, a true and ll. here. t'.'tllc. Chtileia mill niurilio'ii Keinedv for 10 Money to loan on Improved city property or affectionate friend and brother. Mod- Xitiirsor longer am neer without It In m farm in Stanford and Lincoln county a! AIw I wll recoinmeiiilliig est, quiet, genial, affable, ho was a funillv. I tiiko ploiisiiio In owvl disorder. f. percent . payablepublic or c.irioratlon nl!icUIt for nil furnish bonds for favorite in our community, It." "It Is nCnilfT A. lloeker. stmtfortl. Ky. universal Aduilul.lratoror Ciuardlatis at rti.ui-ablI'orsiilo lt.v ! four of late. Am ajent lor limine the lft Iro and m as was attested by the large company lu Kentucky suranc-- Companies tiding In btanioM. The Sest Remedy for Rheumatism. solicit patronage, of pn'rtv holder of relatives and friends who followed iiiiiiMiil(t tlnlinf luiiln.w hero. l'rom the l'ulrli!ien. N. Y.. ICeglster: Mr. Hates samoas other his remains to tho cemetery and stood, WAl.l.ACi: V.. VAIt.SO.N, AU bl.Cm Jmiies Kowlnnd, of this vllliigis stattH that many of them weeping silently, while for '5 years Ills wife liu iiMitrererfroui In iliw with a short and appropriate burial rlieiiin'iitlsni. A few nlfilits agocrazy,was lle . nearly hlie pain service, we laid his youthful form In Midi Mr. that for the tloetor. but lielind went No. .VJ012, tho grave, as if to quiet, restful slum- lead of Clmmlierlnlu's I'aln Hslta and In- PriMlucer of and r.nstern horses stead of going fur the pliyttlelaii lie went to that ber. for good pi Ices, will make tho presami secured n Itottlu of It. Ills Insure a liv"Sleep sweetly, tender heart, In peace; tho store not approve of hi pureliase at first, ent heason at Tkn Dou.uis toat S to liiMiro wlfo did ing colt. Also Jack, Koscck?, holy spirit, blessed love, Sleep, ltut ntivertlielesi applied the Halm tlioriiugli-- lr a living roll. I'.KMI. mid In mi lioiir'r, time wits altlo to go to While the stars burn, tho moons inN. 11. Horsey Oolddust lins produced a sleep. Sim now applies It whenever slit) crease, attract buycombined horses that feels an uclie or a pnlu mid finds tliatlt al- class of bring good prices, regarcllessof And tho great ages onward roll. ways gives relief. II says Hint no medi- ers mid . as usetl over Sleep till tho end, true love and sweet: cine which she hud mill 50o nlzosdid her by '.'3 for much Nothing comes to thee new or strange, Craig good. The Urugglsls tnnfurtl, sale X. Hooker, Ky. Sleep, full of rest from head to feet; change.' Lie still, dear dust, secure of Eest on Earth." post-otuee. A largo planing mill at Liberty is talked of. Edward U. Llnney will likely get the Danville Sam Morrow, of Somerset, son of tho judge, hud his nose broken while playing ball. All the turnpikes in Anderson county, with the exception of eight miles of road, arc now free. Gov. Bradley pardoned Miles Chancy, a life convict from Somerset. He had served III years. The bankers and brokers of Somerset played a game or ball there last week, when the former won by a score A great deal Dwelling Homo on DiiiivUIn Street, Stanford, Ky.. rntittilnliiK Nine Itooms tind Cellar; with nil tmtlmllillngrt wanted. Cistern Tho ulxivo ptopurty It mill two llj In tlio best repair. Cull on A ii II J.T.Jones, IU iii I'n, TORE ROM K;E3STT to DUROC HOGS n 1 On Mkln Stiect, Stanford, a FOR W. Apply st P. M ALTON. ' 1 J. T. SUTTON, All ihswoii delrlni laicu.t I'o.t for itlatik fence, and rallllut or he fence can And wbat they Vint at my storr near Cedar Creek, on w pike Iradliix frt.in Crab OrJiaid t'J for friiclms.' 'V,' keep on hand a supply of plank .i ImattU klli'lsoflumlier for l.nlMliU and shlin;le. All vroii tleslrliiB any rlleoI this kind can call on me at WT 3J ' " MMtI.l.lU:. Cr.k. 3STOTXC - ,l piirti; tan-bar- k EARN MONEY. wnnls good ri'linlile ajfciiw toCrtti tilcriptloiis. A vcrv vn for good ratu of OhsIi roiiimisslon will bo given, or liicyclu premluni If profutrod All mnterinl and nm plo copies furnislied free. Apply 1 The XIOKKhl MAUAZINB , FIRE IHSURHNCB. FHHNIX The Nickell Magazine, ISOStiiuincrSlrecl, lloMon, Mass 7 Insurance Company, Insurance Tornado Insurance ToriiniliN ami Wind .s'torms nre numerous nnd clestructhe that tlio prop erty owners xlumld Cifl-jn- ti R.BMAHONY.Agt., 5 Protect Their Property n well its from I'lrt) mid I.lglil-nlii- g. Toriiadoes und I'lrc-- . are liable to occur nt any time. Ni Hike out n j1lci. In any of my companies. None hut rmm them FIRST GLASS -- COMPANIES ! Hepresented JESSE P. WEAKEN, liCMiernl Agent. - Mmifont, K "BIG uounu I , 4: D 1ST RO IT ,! ( Tho lb- - IJne toand Iroiu TOLEDOAND ( 250,-00- W. A. All roluts In MleliUtn. "While City hUl." IWsllfiiuliial button. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. Aroldlng the Tunnel Frl-da- y, J, B. HIGGINS, Farm ure BOSTON. Wagner Mecplng Car. Huffet Tarlor 1 chap-1H.- r Car, Wenrr Sleetiln Car. Prlrat limurtiuent Cars, Klctiatit Coche and UiuUK NEW YORK. ll.krt read - 1 uar. m Ho nt8 your rl "IIIO KOUIt" .- J I II I Agricultural Implements, HO, MiCOUMICK, raM.'ner Tratllc Mr., D 1. MAItTIN, lien. I'aw. A Tkt. AkU CINCINNATI, OHIO. Commissioner'sSale l.lN-ciil.- I'llti'l'IT COlMtT. , . mi-- mi mi imi y Kxts.-ulorc- mi. 1 Owsley. Jr., Trustee. Ai, vm. W M In I'tpilty. I'ldiller. Ac. . lly vlrltio of 11 Judgment and order of .nle of the Lincoln Clieult Cotirl, rendered at Its .jieclnl April term. IMr. I" the nUive stiletl ItCllOtl, lilt' IIIHiersigneii iiiiiuiiiiinei win, J. S. "f On Monday, Juno 14, 1897, mill to st sjK-eltl- e I , e door in Stauforil. Hefiiie the court-lioiithe highest and l I bidder nt public otiti-r- i Uu' following ileserllieil property, lo Hi b- - Situated follott!.: -- wii-- DORS6YG0LDDUST ui-Ic- s. -- IMOIMMOfrVl ifffolNOOOlM mm mm nl(Dl r OMMONOKIMOIMO IJlJyiPIJlMiy IJy - OMMOMDu Satisfaction guarantee!. 1. S. CAItl'KNTKIC Itcspcctfully, Tn Tnw IMnitnii Pii! (Jjuon & Cre- Somethinn to Depend on. cent Route has inaugurated a service Arm of observation cars on the famous Hlue Mr JiimesJonw.oftliodrutc I)r. of Jones A DIs- - PIANOS ANJ) ORGANS. Kliu'a New in speakiiiKtif Grass Vestibule botween Cincinnati nerv. a111 ,that last winter in "..- - wiuaiiiujni Free parlor cars and 'IthlaUrlpif. und her ...... i!f wi berlou till! Docker Pros'. Pianos, and Loxlngton. M1U3. U. D SIMPSON, Tror. yuuon & Orescent soanuaru vosumwuu liyslcians atCowdeii and 1'aua could do notlilnn Haines Ilnxs'. Plancw. ITlAJfK J. BKKD, Illlli 1AIV UtllSUUlIt. v to Cin I 'tner.. I. .... ... .lo..lfiii ".;."" ;..:i Ellington Pianos, .iur ,wiini.j Pmii t.i'iiinH dull .... Chlcajro. t O.T.A., "vv.r mwi njiuii.ici Lancaster, : Kentucky. ion few I). 11. Iluldwlii Pianos llarlun cinnati with closo connections with all and ulllll,: loUur Kinrf IOOK a OOUIO lioiiiu mm e K. II. IIACON, tint, lie ,. m itrf- luller frnlil lira! think l'Isolier Pianos, Ac. ' 'i .ii no trains north. Queen & Crescent trams tho urpri"3 in "t i. '.vi'. IxiuUtIHo. or unit laipla Wanted-- An U.I'.A Idea Who eaHttrntr her sound and uiug 10 are without a peer in tho South,. 17 ose.andhalf dozen bottles curedlorCiiisiiiiiptloii. Kstoy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other Votelv fnmlHlicd: clean bcdri: Bidcndsd Prelect your Me&si tlier may bring you wealth. Dicotery elU PorterB Wr'te JOHN WBUDEHUUUN ft CO., Patent Altor- ME) miles shortest line,Kj, unequalled traini Cou1Kb l)r ituoiu is KuaranicCTi ........... , Seo my Oood nnd Makes. Prices Hoforo vou tablo. Emytli nj ( ami Mv t rt . ,,.. - u tl work Try tit WashlDBUm, I). O., ror their Lj Xut o( two hundred lareutlon gl.BU) prlM odar 80 v. uoiues xvuiuurauui iruill service. aw 10 W. T. WHITE, Grab Orchurcl. wajted. in jut all trains. Buy. erts' Drug; Store. Cincinnati, C INI lM,r a " . DM. im ' Mas, Em.en Johnson. irlint P. S. In behalf of his mother and cliiintrt of Plains, Uu., iay of Cliamlterlaln's STANKOIU), KY. brothers, the writer is requested to Pain Halm, for rheumutUm, luino baek.tleep uy pains, express to tho many loving friends of heateU unci DrugpUts Mauford.roiti All kinds of repilrlns done t ruisoosble rate Ky. & Hooker, KU.raneed i UpholsterlBgaspecl4lty. as far as words may do so, Eugene, their slncero gratitude for qll tho tenNOEL & D. S. der, loving service so cheerfully renund at his dered during his sickness Hustonvllle, IN burial, and especially for tho very Will carry a lamer stotk of Furniture of all kinds sell cheaper than Corn iintl Uny, handsome and costly lloral tributo this jear than erer Uiforeautl willClillle.1, Vulcan. Feed Kxchanze, near the Itallroad Plow. The Ollrer and pvlnl of all placed by loving hands above his sleep- Order Office and Crossing, iK'pot Street, SlirerStMl and Chattanooga Sliorcl, all Malta Cultivators and Douttle ing form, as u token of their pure and Stanford; - - Kentucky. kinds. tho best In the world. 1'urmers, call iu and make, deathly love for their departed friend. Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately J. 11. Mains'. gclauy lull': you want from a bugii)' down. lo X' rt.... "It is the musc-uia- r It'irLriir. Tiitir. H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Xools Smith. tjalifa-ctloi- SON, CARPENTER, DEKLERS C0HL. Mason Hotel lirst-clus- s, mm OM 1 1 ".""." --Klns-'.Ne- and Uiunded an Heglimliigal a htnku .M feet rrom the centre of the Liulstllle anil Nashville Hnllrouil, tliiui'ti N. II - " HiIes 11 lltiki. to 11 htone at the fence on the laud of I'ranklln his line N. (IU K. in:i t)whlc farm, tliem-ihiIcm in 11 utone In tho laud, corner to said Oui.le and Mrs. Huilderur, tlieneo her line alongVald line N. IW W. 2.1 jmles 0 links to a htake. thence N. 47 W. IU.1 M)les ton white oak tree, thence N. li"4 W. S.1 jkiU-- HI finks to u stone near a slump, tiient-Miles lh links to a iako in tlio muuiorar it (!!!' road outside of the iratu wliere a Htimir tteo was called for. thence S. 41 W. &'i piles ton htako In wilil nmd XI feet from the celt- tre of tilt railroad, thence S. ll K. .11 lHiles to thu centre of the Daullle und Crab Orchard turnpike, tlieucu with centre of the wild pike N. b F.. 10 poles, thence leaving wild pike wit i tins railroad line S. asjJE. wl poles to ii telegraph pole, thence S. H7S IM1 pnlos ole, tliuuco S. 18 links to another telegraph Ill K. II k1cs 17 links to another telegraph Miles to tho bo- mv, thencoS. ai' K. l" ginning, containing 100 Acres 1 Hood mid 34 Poles, oxcopt w much theiof as was sold by Joseph McAllster to Christian Koehler nutl W. II. Duddurar, two hiiiuII tracts, mid by Win. rttltller und wife to J. 0. rioroaco, leaving ulxiut 107 acres, be the same more or less. The wild tract of land will tm wild an A whole, for the purpose of settling up tho trust estate and out of thu proceeds there will Imi tlrst paid the Hen debt of W. M. Fidwith Interest thereon from the dler ot 2M flay of August, 1STH, ubjtct to a credit of 3300 paid rob. I, 187. Terms of Sale: In two eiiuiillimtallmeuU of tl and - mouths, Iteariug Interest frq tlav of sale until paid, imyubiu to tlio uon, o missloner ami having tlio force mid offoct rti ludgineuts. Lieu retnlneil. It. 0. WAItKEN. Com'r. In Lincoln county e s e Tract of X-iaaa- d., ,m,m , ,.. .- o- " - -- ,- .". -- M j.im Mi'aiKiiiii . .. ifii imawttj l i n i imVii,1nss iJ lV i'I.I httWi iMgVtu..liTl II i ' b lit.j . Ax " ' ' iMliu".tl!L,LlJ-L-!lliLj-- J