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A lotitf, liunurnblu and uaoful life ended at 10 o'clock Wednesday nljht when Mr. Jutnes 11. Warren closed his eye in death. It In permitted few men to dwell as lung upon the- earth as ho and few there uro who p:nn through life a.s blnmulchH as ho did. At Iluittoiiville, Nov. H, 1801, 02 years und six montlm ago, Mr. Warren win born and all his life was lived In tin area of a dozen miles. Ills early yearn were bpent on a farm and hla education wns eonllned to the muutfi'u advantages of that early day, but hu was alwayn a ntuduiit, a store of the Wide, and tiinas-o- d of knowledge that few men Shortly after rciu'liing his majority Mr. Warren bopiu morelmmllidiijr ui.il devoted many years to that pursuit. Ho moved to Stanford and opened a store hero and for 10 years tilled tho oillce of IMjstmiiHtor In a most satisfactory manner. An original whig, he united with tho republicans after tho war, but ho win never tied by party lines, frequentil ly voting for thine he thought bet to till tho ottices whether they were his party's nominee or the others'. In religion he win In the strictest fetiMj n tlrm believer of tb'J teachings of Alexander Campbell and took no stock In what ho termed the latter day deviations from it. He studied the Word In season and out and took tho - ospo-elall- y While the crowd at Ml. Vernon Monday win good, it was not up to the average Hrst day of a circuit court gathering. The light ruin of tho evening before made plowing "Just right" and a good many of the yeomanry did tho sensible thing by remaining at home and tilling tho soil. Tho irrepressible patent medicine man did not show up, but two phonograph men were present and entertained tho democrats with Dryan's Chicago speech and tho republicans with MelCInloy's inaugural ef fort. Tho nuwspapor men Ixihhcd up rather conspicuously und what they did for the crowd was a plenty. Politics was the absorbing theme of tho day. Some were disappointed be ciiuho of failure to receive oillce, others were kicking because of unfair treatment in the recent republican primary and there were several who were displeased at tho failure of the arrival d of tho prosperity. Strange to say, the rails were the principal grumblers, and us they got what they voted for, they received little consolation from their political much-promitc- opjo-uunt- jwi-es- s. tlt-te- docket with four murder cases was what Circuit Clerk Sam Lewis handed over to Judge Moirow, but it is not probable that more than one of tho murder cases will be tried and many of the other cases will go over until next term. It is mighty hard to continue court more than a week nt Ml. Vernon. Whllo Kockcnstlc went over tiOO republican last November, there have been bets of even money made that the only two democrats who will bo put out MATRIMONIAL for county otllces will win. Mr. It. G. A loy aged l.'j and a girl one year his Williams will be put up against Judge junior, were married in Caldwell counI). '. Hethurum, present encumbent, A houvy Talk about tho Drodhend Fair has already begun and arrangements are being made for It. At a meeting of the directors u few days ago E. E. 'ro t e win again made president; J. W. Tate was II. II. Hitmm, who made a capital secretary last year, was again pressed into.dti-ty"un- d J. Thouuis Cherry was oho-e- n treasurer; Ed Albright having for good reasons declined to hold that oillce another year. The dates docidcu on are August IS. U and 20. and nothing will be left undone to make them gala days in Drodhead's history. Mt. Vernon has four thriving millinery stores, one more than Stanford has with several times the population. An old gentleman lu shaking of the large number remarked to me: "These hat shops aro worse on the county than those turnpike raiders you have down lu the and he looked like ho meant every word ho said. I hud the pleasure of a visit to U redhead, Livingston, Darbourville and London, but 1 neither saw nor heard anything worthy the space to write about. Darbourville looks a little the "worse for wear." since tho Dradley Guards had their (un some months ago. e The caught 40 or fll) of tho bullets and the windows do not present an npHarauec that would cause a stranger to want to locate in .ho town. Circuit court is In session at London and a big crowd win there. Laurel's capital still continues to grow and is Indeed a substantial little city now. Tho Dello Dennett Memorial College building is Hearing completion and a handsome one it will be. It will be u grand monument to Miss Dennett, who has striven so hard lu building It. E. C. W. 1 he-rot: METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, vVv o: NSSAsraX v SIDING, A.C.SIMEJ a STANFORD, KY". CEILING, FINISH. - Farm a,nd Yard Fencemiss LVtiu-- claim;. : blue-grass- ," court-hous- Wo give our readers a rest from cat didatos' faces for this iBsuo, by presenting a picture of the young lady from Boyle county, who is to be one of the contestants for tho prize at tho declamatory contest at Walton's Opera House June lsth. Miss ('lark' is not only very attractive and handsome, but u young lady of many talent-- , and she has cultivated them with usidult.. From her earliest school ilusshohm shown an aptitude for elocution and declamation and has won several prizes in such contests. Since sho declaimed here u year ago, when she came within one vote of securing first honors, Miss Clark has graduated In elocution at Potter College, Bowling Green and her friends A are sure she will win easily next time. -- Proves That W5 lave The Best Thorough Investigation Men's, Boys' nnd Children's Clothing-Men's Crash Suits, $3.50 to $G. . VICINITY NEWS. Danville is talking about raising u military company. The Madison County Fiscal Court bjuglit twenty-eigh- t miles more of turnpikes. MEN'S Our line of SUITS, surpass anything HI greatest pleasure In proving tho promises theix'ln. He was fond of argument and could hold a hand with even tho learned clergy In any matters of a scriptural nature. Tor 00 years and until ho was physically unable to do n he took a prominent part In church affairs and even after he could barely get about he would come down and preside at tho communion table and sioak words of comfort and encouragement to the discouraged and recite the story of the Savior's undying love for his Until a few weeks before his death his mind was unclouded and his faith as Jinn as when ho first accepted fiod and his Hook for his faith and practice. Mr. Warren was married three times, his last wife, who win Miss Maria Vun Pelt, surviving him. His other wives had six children each and of them six are living, Mrs. Joseph Severance, Midfeet, Maria, Etutun and K tile Warren and Messrs. A. A. Warren, of this place, and Samuel Wurren, of Cheto-ka- , lvunsas. The tlrst named Is in tho loss of her father doubly bereaved, as within u month she has seen a fond and devoted husband taken from Mr. Warren wus very fond of the study of phrenology and delighted to examine heads. His last contribution to this paper, of which ho umilo many in tho last 20 years, was with rofconeo to that subject and told how ho had examined Gov. Hriul ley's head when a boy and predicted that ho would bi come ad extraordinary man. Tho governor acknowledged tho article In a ersonal letter, of which Mr. Warren was very proud. Mr. At tho funeral of his Joseph Severance, Mr. Warren took cold and It developed into rheumatism, which was tho immediate cause of his death. There will be a short service by Eld. Joseph Dallou at hU lato residence at 10 o'clock this morning, after which the burial will occur In DulTulo eo-pie. for county judge, and he will win beyond doubt, while Judge G. W. race for county attorney against W. H. Colyer will be n too d one to talk about. Scores of republicans hnvo pledged their suport to Messrs. Williams and McClurc and with clean records and of sterling worth, these gentlemen will walk Into otllce as sure as November comes. John Wesley Daker, one of the strongest republicans In tho county, has come out as an independent candidate for short IT and stands u good show to win. Henry Catron, the republican nominee, Is also a strong man, and the buttle between them promises to be a royal one. Daker will get a good many democratic votes. Rockcastle eople are all torn up over tho removal of Dr. Eugene J. Drown to Stanford. Besides being at the top of his profession, "Dr. Gene." as ho Is familiarly called, is a gentlemen from head to foot, a democrat to the core and u friend to every muu, woman and child in tho county. He Me-Clur- ty. ed by a John Mingua was run down and killCincinnati Southern train near Nlchohisville. A Nashville youth attempted suicide because a Kentucky girl would not go riding with him. Mrs. Sallie Burks, who had recently sued for divorce, drowned herself In tho Ohio river near Huntington, W. Vu. one-side- l'urnell Messick, of Dover, Del., has been refused a divorce six times but he is preparing to make another olTort to DEMOCRATIC secure one. In the breach of promise suit of Miss Eliza Arnett against A. F. Gardner, at Salyersvlllo, the plalntilT was awarded $8,000 damages. Ell Lewis values the affections of his wife at 810,000. At least he has sued James fohnson ut Faintsville, for that amount for alienating them. Michigan has a woman who has been married nineteen times. Just for form's sako, it in to be hoped that she will bo able to quit even all around. Mr. John Dlankenship, a widower, and Miss Mollie Cook, of the East End, drove to this place Wednesday and were made one by Hev. 11. H. Noel at his residence. William Easley, of Todd county, und his wife, who has been living in Indiana, havo been reunited after each had lived for nearly half a century In the belief that tho other was dead. Two members of a British chess club played a tournament to see which should bo left free to woo a certain young lady. Defore the contest wus decided she married u third man. Mrs. Minnie Carlln, aged forty-threthe wife of Peter Carlln, only daughter of one of tho wealthiest farmers lu Daviess county, ran off with George W. farm Sheppard, a nlnoteen-yenr-ol- d nlnety-nlne-year-old e, The remains of Prof. JiisonChenault were removed from Louisville to the Richmond cemetery. Boyle will vote on the free turnpike question next November, !. per cent, and more of tho voters having petitioned it. Central University Commencement exercises will begin June (ith and continue three days. There will be twelve graduates. The conference of miners and operators of the Jellico District adjourned without reaching any agreement. A committee from each side was appointed to visit surrounding districts nnd ascertain the scale of wages paid other miners and reort ut a meeting to be held early in June. MASS CONVEN- - j ill on the market for Much. Mope Money. Call and See Them. Straw Hats, Xeglige Shirts, Summer Underwear, Ieckwear, Shoes. Crash Suits now ready. Summer Coats, Hats, Etc. Keep Cool. TION. Pursuunt to a cull of the democratic executive State committee, there will be a mass convention held In the court house In Stanford on Saturday, May 29th ut 2 o'clock P. M.,staudardtlme.for tho purpose of selecting delegates to the State convention that meets at Frankfort on June 2nd to- nominute a candidate for the oillce of clerk of tho court of nppeals to.be voted for at the ensuing November election. All dem ocrats who agree to support the nominee of said convention, are invited to take part in selecting the delegates. J. E. Cakso.v, ehm'n. Dem. Ex. Committee. - J. L. FROIIMAX & CO., Danville, Kentucky jrilcher Hotel Building. hc-r- . -- son-in-la- rc Cemetery. The old gentleman had laid In a stupor for bovcral days, but before that hlv' mind seemed to uo clear unci ms iuhij In a conversation wl unclouded. Hro. Ballon a few days ago he made his favorite quotation from Eceleslas-tes- : "Let us hear the conclusion of whole matter: FourGodand keep tho his commandments, for this Is ttie whole duty of man," adding that he had tried In Ills poor wuy to live up to that command. Holms been anxious for tho ohango for some tlmo und It found him ready. He was faithful unto death, henceforth he will wear tho crown of life, which tho God In Whom Mark ho put his trust, has promised. perfect man and behold tho upthe right, for the end of that man Is peace. Queen Victoria has had over 70 descendants, over (10 of whom uro living. Sho lias had nine chlldron, seven of whom aro living, and Innumerable grand-childre- n and great-grand-chll- d- Tho graduating class of tho Kentucky Stato college numbers twonty-elgh- t mombora uud is tho largest lu the history of tho Institution. chairman of the democratic county committee and made a capital one. Miss Ida May Adams, the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Adams, who graduated at Mt. Vernou Thursday, Is erhiips the youngest graduate in the State. She Is just 15, Is bright in a new dollar and Is as captivating and amiable as she is pretty. Some splendid stone is being gotten out in Rockcastle and shipped to various parts of tho country. Dr. A. G. Lovell has a valuable quarry, while W. J. Sparks, Wm. Mullins and Tilman Gilpin are working one which sends out from 12 to 20 oar loads dally. Tho latter people have a contract to furnish ballast for the K. C. division of the L. & N. and are setting in place a crusher which has a capacity of SO tons per hour. My old friend, Tom Stewart, who hand. was considered an avowed old bacheIn Cumberland county, Miss Sarah lor, slipped olT to Jackson county a few Daniel and Darlow Prewitt were mardays sinoo and returned with a hand- ried. Tho groom is tin epileptic, while some wife, who was Miss Lucy Martin. the bride is ii paralytic and almost helpHis marriage was a general surprise to less. So It appears that there Is one his legion of friends. marriage contracted purely for love. , Lloyd Marot. son of Editor James Col. E. Polk Johnson is back from fMiirci, is now local eilltor or tno SigEurope In tlmo to see his daughter, nal and Is probably tho youngest memMiss Pickett, married to Mr. Zorn. ber of the tripod in the State. Ho InThe colonel spent a long tlmo in Lonherits his father's genius, however, don ns agent from the treasury departand his youth does not prevent his tillment and got both pleasure und prollt ing the responsible position most out of his stuy. Miss Alice Dizney, of Grays, Ivy., There Is a desire on tho part of some was married at Canadian, Texas, this to license saloons in Mt. Vernon and the sonso of the people will be taken week to Clarence Vanness, whom she day of her on the question soon. Whisky was had never seen uutll tho marriage. Sho got him by advertising very much In evidence Monday und the number of drunken men was distress- In a Chicago matrimonial paper, and ingly largo. Some of tho strongest fooled her pooplo as to her Intentions prohibitionists, I urn told, will not tight by pretending that sho win going to tho proposition to sell whisky publicly, visit her brother In Oklahoma. B. D. Bomuble, a prominent G. A. R. believing it can't be worse than It is veteran, of Bracken county, lost his now. Tho several additions to Mt. Vernon tlrst wlfo three months ago. A few have made It u town of no mean pre- weeks since ho married Mrs. Nuoma tensions. Tho Whlto Addition has Carroll, a widow. Tho marriage aptho College- and a number of beautiful peared to bo felicitous for awhile, but homes, while tho Adams Addition has the old man made the old woman mad two churches, a store and scores of Tuesday and sho gavo him a drubbing pretty residences. Mr. A. Ponulng-t3i- i at Vanccburgln tho preseucoofCO peoruns tho store and is doing a lively ple, who let her fight till sho was exhausted business. was elll-elentl- y. May Campbell, a variety actre&s of : Cincinnati, hid in a clothes closet in Maud Devere's room at St. Louis and E listened while her husband and Devere I. Always on Hand at arranged for an elopement. Then she emerged with a revolver and put five ft bullets Into her husband and one into the woman. She then gave herself up V Orders nt Special Prices, Campbell was fatally I to tho police. shot through the lungs and throat. The woman's .vound will not be fatal. A Confederate Monument was dedicated near New York Saturday, with Ex-M. General Wilson as principal speaker. It is a monolith of granite ."l feet high. The base lifts tho nionu ment nine feet higher. It is erected on the side of a hill and bears this inscripnow the order of the day and of course you will bo engaged in It before long. You tion "Sacred to the Memory of the He- Is will need u roic Dead of tho Confederate Veteran Camp of Now York." The application of IS Kentucky banks for an injunction to prevent the collection of taxes under tho redent decision of the court of appeals 'will como up And Several NICE RUGS. I have them. Prices Low as Anybody's. before tho United States circuit court 1 V I Corn, Shipstuff,- Hay, -- l w 1 Oats and- - 1 Feed of Every Sort Car-Loa- THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. d I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. I Spring Cleaning 1 STRAW MATTING H. J. McROBERTS. President. at Nashville June 1. Gov. Bradley has Issued a proclamation requesting that all business be suspended nnd schools dismissed to observe decoration day, which will be next Monday, us tho 30th fulls on SunWILLIAM SHELTON, day. Tho Second Session of 1800-9- 7 Editor Adams, of the Richmond received the following letter: ON MONDAY, 1897. "Mister Editor, deer sur, please stop your paper. sIster'Annle died on mon- For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Address, MRS. NANNIE. S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. thly after redoing your last wekes num- STANFORD FEMHLE COLLEGG. JANUARY 26TH, Pan-tagrap- h, OPENED Cata-logu- o. ber." Tho Yorkes telescope makes un ordinary star look nine million times as largo as It does to tho naked eye. TOUH1STS. SUMMEK Low rate, round trip tickets tire now on salo from Queen fc Crescent stations to Cumberland Falls, Rugby, Burnside, Spring City and Lookout Mountain. Liberal rates und limits. Ask your agent about it. W. C. Rlnearson, gen'l pass'r agt., 5-- THE H. C. RUPLEV, MERGHANT TAILOR IsJ - Receiving his SFR1NGAND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Clueiuuutl, O. irVMhi'.'i "VkjjJ ;ifrfeJ-- i win m 'j-t-u'-- - 'jt jtii . .;.-.- - i- - JU- 4JUi Wfc-- l . ft 4 -- jL-- i rmwwmmarrr wiwimwmw , - - It If m m TiiK Bath county raiders swear eter- night after tho pension session of the Evansville. II is .reason is that ho had nal vengeance on the ollicors who committee of tho whole, so disgusted been tried in Union county and disTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL checked their lawlessness with bullets with tho business that he declared from missed. Tho Northern Hank of Kentucky, but will take it out in swearing. With tlmo to time ho would never attend antwo such determined men as Judge other of those sessions which are al- one of tho strongest banking InstituMay 2S. 1897 Stanford. Ky., Gudgcll and ShcrilT Lane appear to bo ways fraught with mischief and Injus- tions in tho State, lias applied to tho discretion Is decidedly the better part tice because of tho vicious policy adopt- corporation department of tho secreta ry 0! State's olllco, as a step toward tho of valor in their case. The midnight ed. in W. P. WALTON. Elisha Dyer, of Providence, was In- reductlod of Its capital stock from marauder can shoot and burn when It is n kmwn principle that the best Is always tho cheapest. Thoro is no economy to $000,000. there is no one to say him nay, but ho augurated Tuesday as "governor, in buying an inferior quality became the p'rlco Is low. And butter still U the fact TICKET. e DEMOCRATIC of The raiders are in earnest. nnd eomumndar-ln-chlo- f becomes devilish shy when ills own that there Is no economy in buying liij-- when you can come to our store anil do othcarcass may bo mmlu the target (or the State of Khode Island and Provi-- j When they scare off women and shoot Judge, M C. SAUFLEY. For Circuit erwise, Perfectly ninaed were the buyers who visited our storo lust week at the donee plantations for tho year ensu candles from tables ut the bedsides of " C0111V1 Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. bullets. ing," that hying the tltloof tho execu- sick children, the law might as well " Jleprttentatire, - .V. F. NORTH Mil. Wattkuson' broke loose again tive of that little plantation. make up its mind to quit business and " County Judge, - J. K. LYNX. in tho Courier-Journyesterday after In tho primary election In Jessamine let anarchy havo its inning. Covtng-to- n - GKO. B. COOPER. ' Counti Clerk; a long silence and in double leads says H. L. Cook was defeated by C. A. WilCommonwealth. " County Attorney, II A RVFY HELM. again there must bo no subterfuges son for representative by I08. Tho In two libel suits against tho Lexing" Circuit CUrk, J. F. IIOLDAH. no compromise with dis- present incumbents were nominated ton Herald, Circuit Judge Parker held We o Torcd. This wrok we give bigger bargain than over. OWENS or evasions, " Sheaf, - - SAUL honor. All right, Maro Henry. There for judge, county clerk, circuit clerk, that a newspaper has the right to pubOEO. II'. DEUORD " Jailer, shall be none of them. Hut don't let surveyor and coroner, John Perry for lish apparently libellous matter if it " Atwmr, - - C.G.BAKER. us get better and bigger than tho party short tr, J. W. Mitchell forcounty attor- has reasonable grounds for believing HIV. LANDGRAF. " Coroner, to which wo owe allegiance and not re- ney, H. M. Huntor'for jailer, Tobo Noo its information to bo correct and from Sunt. School, GARLAND 3INGLET0N fuse to play in their back yard because for assessor and W. II. Harris forschool a trustworthy source some other fellow is at the head of the &uiorintondont. Tho latter beat two Queen Victoria was T& Monday. Pres- i'2 for a fine, black or Tnn Shoe for Ladle in Laco or Iluttun; tip, worth $JI. f 50 AIaj. CUMUAUGH, of flopkinsvlllc, game. ident MoKinley sent her a cablegram for tallies' black or tan Shoo in Latest Style; worth 12 50. f will buy vou a kid men nnd a woman. who was late in the session elected to shoe with tip, in heel or spring In el. Hoys' shoes for 75c nnd upward, .Mens' Tan of congratulations which sho acknowltill a vacancy in the Senate, has made Tub pardon brokers and others havo edged in a personal response. On the and Ov Moods atfl .'15 to (I. Wo aro making himself persona non grata with Deboe found that Gov. Worthington has a Told 20th day of June tho old lady will havo by his persistency in pursuing tho 2d heart that is touched by man's Secretary of State Flnley rules that been on tho throne (50 years and thoan- and woes and they never.fall district collectorship after the Senator their capital . niversary will bo celebrated in a grand had endorsed Franks and he has an- to strike him for clemency when ho tho banks can't reduce jubilee. In honor of the occasion it Is stock. nounced that if Cumbaugh is appointed gets a chance at the pardon mill. The Chicago shot himself and said sho will pardon all of tho Irish po- In Ladies' ami Mens' Neckwear, Lace. Kibbom, Silks, Carpets. Curtains, Pole and A man at over his protest he will tight and de- old roan turned a number of them loose sto- litical prisoners. fixtures. A half price Shirt waist opportunity. continuation. The major is a whlleJ'Gov. Bradley went to Nashville then plunged to the court thirteen feat his baby hugWith her ries below. gentleman of much military bearing and will doubtless get in his work in The Bath county judge means busi- ging tightly to her breast, Mrs. Elizaand used to pace tho halls of tho Capi great shape when the executive Uikes ness. Ho has scut to Louisville for ."0 beth Honnigg leaped from tho roof of tal Hotel at Frankfort with his coat all a month otT. a three-stor- y tenement in Williams- Winchesters. buttoned down before as if on dress paburg, N. Y. Sho was Instantly killed Myers Oppenham, aged elghty-thre- o It is related that Ambassador Bayard years, rade and as much as to say: UI am committed suicide ntMillersburg but the baby was not even scratched. 50c for 75c waists; 25c for 50c waists. Ladies' Separate Drr nnd Walking Skirts, something of a soldier myself." Ho is says that his highest ambition is to beThe little one crowed and laughed and Tailor-madin tie lntest and most perfect fitting Mvle. 12 Skirls for 11.25; .100 come n private citizen. All in favor of by taking morphine. rather shy of words but has the apit say Aye; tho contrary nay. Tho ayes There are 2,:i"i l convicts In tho Co- - thrust Its fat hands in its mouth while Skirts for i'.VJo; M.50 Shirt for 13.60. pearance of one who knows his rights have it unanimously and Mr. Bayard lumbus. O., penitentiary, tho greatest tho crowd gaped at tho mangled form and dares maintain them over auy of its mother. Despondency from Inn- Senator, who isn't half as good can go oil to some sequestered spot and number In its history. One man was killed and several oth- - blllty to make a living caused the act. a man. as he. It would be a feather in enjoy tho fruition of Ills ambition with--rsa Cor- his cap if MoKinley would appoint him out let or hindrance. Tho country can ers Injured by tho fall of a piano at i fl 25 Corsets for $1. 1 (X) Corsets for 75c 75c Corsets for 50o. 50o Corsets 25c lath, in Grant county over the man under indictment for easily spare Mr. Bayard. RND TRflDE. Summer on-el00c. Huy your bribery and that Deboe make a specSexatok DnuoE has had an inter- gate in Robertson county and threaten-- ' sihis Anderson has sold 100 barrels in tacle of himself and his impotency view with the tho president nnd reports eJ to hang various people. 0f corn at Sl.-I- to $1.50. opposing the confirmation. Thomas Porter, an Alexandria, Vu., his entire slate will go through, that Ornament won tho Latonia Derby in From our new line Jet ohmhmI up Monday. KemcmUcr we give n handsome and tjmu from i i v., his only real Old Kentucky did herself proud at which we regret means that Gen. Co- Negro, ate three dozen bananas and a useful clock to every cutoincr wIiomj purchases nmount'to f25 or over. the Nashville Exposition. Hundreds llier and other Bradley men will get a dozen apples at one sitting. opjonont. Judge Henry Marshall Buford, city of her people gnthered there Monday left, but there's many a slip 'twixt the o. LLJIuffmun bought of J. H. Me- to assist in the dedication of the Ken- cup nnd lip and ho will laugh best who solicitor of Lexington, committed sut- - Alister and James Milburnsoiro butch- clde by throwing himself in a iond. tucky building, while Gov. Bradley laughs last. er 8mu m, ,'lc. g. A. Slier sold at Lancaster a bunch Tho governor has selected Fountain and his beautiful and accomplished Tin: Richmond Climax publishes Ferry Park, Louisville, as the camp 0f 700 pound Mountain steers at Jc and staff in bright and shining uniforms, A. UIUIAXSKY A CO, IWiumiw. with Col. John B. Castleman and his some straight talk to democrats but we grounds for the Kentucky State Guard. a jow nufcrs at 2!c. T. I). HANKY, Manaokh. Fritz Christman, of Harlan county, , w Q Walta w,.itC3 us lhnt he hiw a crack Louisville Legion did the State can see no reason for puttinir it in demourning. Cheer up, dear friends, N. Y., died from tho effects of swallow- - floM of 0ftta near Highland that is Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawronceburg. Cynthlana, great honor, both In oratory, bang-u- p Versailles, military maneuver and general appear- mocracy is neither dead nor sleeping, ing a lizard while drinking out of a nCorly ready to cut. Georgetown, Klixabethtown. Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. but will, like truth and justice, prevail spring. ance. Gov. Bradley's speech was a Moses Kahn bought in Bourbon conn- A Zanesville, O., man hung himself tv 12 cam of most felicitous ono and caught the though the heavens fall. fancy exj)ort in a graveyardj,so that his body would eaUlo lt 0 to crowd from the start. It was a verbal ftt onco POLITICS not have to be hauled through town for, A mul Klkl to .,....,, ,,onu .iiroHci. bouquet of unusual beauty and went to fc burial. prove further that Gov. Bradley is a the wur under Gen. Morgan, died In Edwin H. Conger, of Iowa, was nomiU.1 Charles K. Hlllyard, u wealthy Fayette this week, aged U7. many-side- d man. The other Kentucky nated to bo United States Minister to m by tho Brooklyn lawyer, deranged speaker, Mr. Ed McDermott, divided Brazil. J. K. Baughman's Naboth has served to his son and death of his wife, killed !iF the laurels with him and the occasion d mares so far this season. Most A special election was called by Gov. was one of general pleasure and profit. Mount for August 10 to fill tho vacancy himself. of them are high grade ones. J. H. Kugler's "Racket Store" at Two car loads of Florida watermelons i? d I'ulnt, White Uud. OIK Vnrnl.lic, NWI ftnlns nml Col. Breckinmdge, who knows he caused by the death of Congressman Hopklnsvllle was closed by tho sheriff 1?, The tnvtt were received at Louisville Wednesday. Holman. is a dead cock forever in the demoon attachment for C. B. Houbae, of 33 The crop will not bo large this year. The U. S. supreme court has adjourncratic pit, makes sport of the failure bxsi for 311.50. ed till next October, nlthough there A sick horse ut Brazil, Ind., laid of the Legislature to pass the fusion & of the Bank of HutchThe President v bill and says with mock patriotism in are 380 cases on the docket demanding inson, at Hutchinson, Kan., has been across u brush fire and was burned to w Ift to tho Lexington Leader: "To those who attention. arrested for receiving doioslts when death. All efforts to mako him get up S proved futile. are in earnest; who believe that good' Gov. Atkinson, of Georgia, will be the bank was insolvent. Trices lower than ever on the oaino utrletly pure gixxh. attended at the Tennessee Exposition Tho bar, lunch and program privigovernment demands the defeat of and rx our color cards. An Alliance, O., man who committed rat disintegration of orgnnized connivance by 81 members of his staff, each huving suicido left a note stating that he end- leges at tho Anaconda nnd Butte, Monvj LAff .. the title of colonel. told for .25,270. The meet Y& with lawlessness; who havo already ed his life so that his wife and chil- tana, races The Democratic Board of Medical dren could enjoy his insurance. ings last 52 days. passed through the ordeal of separasa tion from party and personal friends Pension Examiners In Christian county Charles W. Stone, tho fugitive book 'l Several tobacco beds belonging to for the sake of conviction, the picture was ousted and Republican members, keeper of tho Deposit Bank, of Midway, Mr. E. Ecklar, now ervinon ihollnr .. .. on the ballot is the merest moonshine. one of them a negro, appointed. failed to answer when his case was call- - "son county granu jury, were uesiroyed by anarchists. It Is hardly the shadow of a shade; it Tho democrats aro going to carry ed. He Is said to be in Mexico. The Kingston Stakes, worth 31t250, is not tho weightof a feather." What Kentucky by a tremendous majority ski-: ouh Mrs. John Fowler resented a remark this Fall and the republicans privately made about her at Chattanooga by was won ut Louisville, by J. II. a holy crowd the colonel represents Cob. Cuba Free was second They are too good entirely for this ore admitting it. Owensboro Messen- Sterling Hambright, a railroad man, and Ma Angcllnc third. wicked world and ought to eschew pol- ger. by chopping him with a hatchet. The United States Supreme Court deHaiders plowed up several tobacco itics, which Is nearly always hell. The court of uppels reversed tho decided in effect that tho appointment of cision giving Judge Beckner, of Win- plant beds in Scott county, and warned The Sennte resolution recognizing United States District Attorneys may a feo of 812,000 the owners that their barns would be u the belligerency of the Cubans stands be terminated at tho discretion of tho chester, judgment for Lumber Co. destroyed if they persisted in raising against the A. J. Asher no more chance of passage In the House President. Host and Lnrgest Line of Implements in town. See us boforu buying. Commander Booth Tucker, of the tobacco. than a snow ball does to maintain shape President McKlnley Is said to havo Salvation Army, Gentry Bros sold to J. W. Bales agt., has been convicted In 210 in hades. This Is not because a major- decided to count from tho date of export cattle at 1! to go about the Now York of maintaining a dihordorly ity of members arc not for it, but befully instead of from the date of meetings were too 20th of June. Thoy will average cause Czar Heed has decreed that it confirmation, in reckoning tho four house. pouuds. At 1,100 pounds the sum Known Heforc. Satisfaction Guaranteed. much for the neighbors. shall not be brought to a vote. At- year' terms. bo 815,IH0. Advocate. Now the regulators propose to regu- total would tempts to bring it up have proved News comes from Washington that Best cattle sold at Winchester Monon account of his rulings nnd some Speaker Reed is not friendly to Dr. late tho clocks. Tho County Judge of day at 4 Jo. Lower grades brought .'fc to of tho members aro raising Cain thro' Huntei and will seo that ho Is not giv- Nicholas county has been notified that o clock is not made to 4c; stock hogs .'IJc, fat hogs IUc Extho newspaper correspondents. Mr. en the seat that John Rhea occupies if the port cattle for fall delivery, aro held at show sun time tho building will bo Colson is one of them and declares ho by right and justice. 5c, but buyers only offer 4!c DemoIs ready and anxious to vote for the KBbflW VhMHiMftEHfcHH BlMUhiflHUiBH BMEahMK3iMVMEifluivJlflK yA Senator Deboe's first bill was for tho G. A. Wishard. a member of tho crat. resolution because ho knows his peo- old tlag and an appropriation. That is Tho Advocate says that stock sales ple uro for It und regards the action of to say ho wants somebody's name put Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, on court days can bo made on Main tho speaker as arbitrary and tyranical. on tho army list 60 ho can draw both and supposed to bo from Corbln. Ky i street, as t i jwuiUm, i,, th.. Heretofore uuruig judo arm r.nm.ninn.1 .M,t,.i,ir. by pay and a pension. t beginning with August thoy presence of a disreputable woman at The lumbering old weekly is &lowly Godfrey Hunter is my name; must bo confined to Wulnut street he- Sprin"lleld, Ky. but surely going tho wuy of all things Burksvllle is my station: Caleb Parker, who was once scntenc- - tween Fourth und College, Washington my abiding place; that aro not sutllclently Tho 11 my destination. And h ed to hang for killing Sedocla Connel-- I Tho Armours and other large cattle Glusgow Times, after an existence of Frankfort Capital. lee In Scott county, but who was given dealers havo organized a cuttlo loan 22 years in the hebdominul form, is Charles P. Weaver has resigned the anew trial and got 13 years, has been l Association, with a capital stock of soon to catch up with the procession postraastership of Louisville to make a pardoned by Gov. Bradley. Ho had $500,000. Tho purpose Is to lend d und become a We aro vigorous canvass for mayor. Tho re toy to farmers on tho security of chattel jfi Also carries a Nice Line of Harness .Saddles, Bridles, only two years. glad for two reasons: There can nev3 1 at Down In Arkansas a State Senator mortgages on stock and grain. er be too much of a good thing, our old signation will T.take effect July Robes, Horse Blankets. V hips, &c A. Baker will tako was sentenced to jail for ono minute which time Negro mammy to the contrary notWoodford county farmers have put 1 Room t Opposite Court-Hou- se for trying to kill an editor. If ho had on foot a movement to organize a farm Squnrr, Stanford. Ky withstanding, and we want to seo Bro. charge. Dr. J. F. Klrabley, of Owensboro, succeeded in his attempt ho would Richardson lay aside his lazy ways. er's trust for tho regulation of tho who resighed as surgeon general for probably havo spent the whole afterprice of wheat and protection of agriGov. Bradley's staff, because ho snub- noon in confinement. cultural interests. They expect to hold Letteks from democratic leaders bed him, died suddenly Monday and The Louisville Legion boys and the a convention at Louisville about July 1. all over tho State and at Washington while his successor, Dr. George W. guards at tho Nashville Exposition indicate that the coining uppellatc Griffith, was on dress parade at Nash- grounds collided und four of tho former THE WAY IT GOES. clerk convention will declare unequiv- ville. were badly wounded. The Legion ocally for the Chicago platform, espeLonely place, a Kentuckian who re- wanted to take up tho row and started It is said Tempting face, 4cially tho 1(1 to 1 clause. As only an cently spentthat weeks In six Washington, to do so but were stopped by u field ofLovely miss, is to bo chosen this year, humblo clerk In what finally proved to bo a success- ficer. Wo have added a splendid line of Clothing to our wull selected stock of General Little kiss; there seems no necessity for suehdcclar-atlo- ful effort to havo his wife appointed Next thing, to Merchandise and aro now prepared to Nashville, William Keith, a At but the leaders declare that that a small postoillce, actually paid Engagement ring; out young man from Knoxville, who fainted Neither falter, Is the issue and upon it they will sink more money for expenses than the of- tho other day when sentenced to tho Hymeninl altar; , or swim. fice yields in a whole year. Stuffy Jlat, o county for Squalling brat; Any thing you want from an ovory-dasuit to a wedding sutflt, Sexatou Eakle, of South Carolina, The pension abomination grows so in committed suicido by hanging himself Man tight, Our stock of died suddenly, and tho governor has extent und In cowardice and crime, by to a rafter with u rope constructed of Awful sight; appointed Congressman McLanrin to means of special laws, that even North- towels. Woman mad, fill tho vacancy. Eurlo was hardly ever ern republicans aro forced now and Divorce had; Gov. Bradley refused to honor a reRacy suit, heard from In the Senato and was in then to utter a protest. The Indianap quisition from Gov. Mount, of Indiana, Man brute; Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queonswnro, Ac., was never more comp'ete every way a sharp contrast to his blath-- j oils Journal tells of a member who said for John Spauldlng, who was charged Lust page, erskiting confrere, Pitchfork Tillman, that ho left tho House every Friday with tho murder of a little girl near Woman stage. - LOOK AT THIS h ! toll-gat- . al Phenomenal Bargains 1 ! . ( J. 1 News Briefly SPECIAL DRIVES $1 Ladies' Waists for 75c. e pRRM CORSSTS s , NEW ORGANDIES ft THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Kuii-neuc- c, J 1,400-poun- d -- SfeSflgWS 40-od- S Home and Farm Paint. reitdy-tnlxf- x f--4 New-Yor- m Carriage Paint. s - 4 W. B. MoBOBXBTS. ;. if ii g.reYreYg.Yrg.re a -- Mo-Avo- Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HARNESS. &C. All-nig- ht PRiCHS LOW BR THAN EVER B. K. WEAR EN ft SOV. fu-ti- lo eourt-houe- i. . UDDGRCMinG t! Jb'. I semi-weekl- y. mon-serve- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Direotor. C. M'CLARY. m wiijgriflf iLfiOii y, n, work-lioun- house-breakin- g, Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. .Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, JFARRiS St I HARDIN, mmmnmtvnmm . -- -. -r - f rr ti hrr.1 n k fh ii Trf h j i. iAti 'nithttJIfiTfTi. r iij-.- rfy. jM- f tlttotarfMwi -- .Hr-, tii I Aiipi ii njfr . . 22 Fhkhh Hsh to-dn- y. V. II. Uraily. & CooiC Stoves BLACK and Itanyos cheaper & THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., SiMdNO wheat Hour at Iligglns thatj any at Warren Shanks'. RELIGIOUS. 3 57,883 Jl is a States. MoKlnnoy's. - May 28, 1897 at Warren E. C. Walton, lk'si.vr,s.s Manaui:ii. Tin: Ik'bI is cheapest. TliatV why our pnlntH, load and oil are cheapest. lVwiy's Drutf Store. PERSONALS. Mks, I). 1'. Ham, is visiting In Kinlnence. Mit. .1. (.'. MclvKi:, of London, was - here yesterday. Mil. Nicic YOUNC. returned fro in Louisville yestertlay. Is at C'OIll'OUAL Kl'll 1'KNNINOTON homu from Hogsett Academy. Ukv. S. M. Lou AS &wnl several days with his father In lilehmond. M. K. H. Hitcuik is visiting his hoinefolks at Yellow Spring. Tumi. MliS. yV. J- - Howkix, of Lubauon Junction, Is visiting Mrs- Win. Ktco. MiskCkohciia Lkvvi.h spent a few iIhvh with her old iiuiills In the West Lml. Mils. Mahtiia McAUSTKlt, of Danville, Is visiting her eon, J. II. MeAl-Iste- IX ll S W III Two Mormon elders were ridden on a rail and told to shako the clay of Clay useful Invention. county, Tenn., from their shoes, by THE strawberry supper at Mt. Xcnla LlciIlT frosts have fallen several drew good crowds from Danville, Junc bigoted people who call themselves christlanH. nights this week and It begins to look tion City, Lancaster and this place and Christ Church, the oldest church in like wo are to have a year without a tho young ladles took in $27.10, so Miss Georgia, founded by John Wesley besummer, the various winters treading Pearl White, who was ono of tho manfore he promulgated the Methodist on each others' heels so fast they fol- agers, tells us. faith, was burned almost to tho ground low. Thunder storms are promised for ACCOKDINU to a census report just Sunday morning. Friday. A Roman Catholic chapel at West Issued, which contains IMS pages and Tin: Q. & C. will sell tickets to for which we are Indebted to Senator Point Military Academy has been deMlBS Katb AI.COKS has gone to Frankfort on account of the democrat- Wm. Lindsay, Lincoln county has 558 clared Illegal by Attorney General himself a member of the RoFninklln to visit MUe Martha Mun- - ic convention, June i and 2 at one fare foreign born citizens, of whom 1M are for the round trip. Trains leave George- Irish: .117 Germans and 118 Swiss. man Catholic Church. ford. Mlllor, the "divine healer," who had Mus. J. Thomas CitKituY, of Hrod-hea- town on 1st and I'd at 7:0 a. M., 10:10 There are 10 Austrian, 5 Russians and been creating a sensation at Atlanta by sister, Mrs. J. II. A. M. and (h.'tO i. M. via the F. & C. H, 7 Frenchmen. is vlsltlnu her It. to Frankfort, connecting with Q. A: his wonderful cures, was arHilton. THE will of Mrs! Elizabeth Brand . rested by the Irreverent authorities for KllNKST Wauuiis cainu down from C. trains, both North and South. Woodward, late of Lexington, leaves doing business without a license. Pittsburg yesterday to attond the bua apt . ml bequest of $7,000 to E. M. Wi: fear our Danville friends are The Southern Presbyterian Assemlly rial of his grandfather. worse suckers than they look to bo. DuiH'.m, who married Miss Georgia at Charlotte, S. C, unanimously adoptMiss Livii.k Mkskkki:, of Stanford, They held a meeting tho other day to Barnes, and an equal share in the rest ed the report of Its committee on colorIs the guest of Miss Dorothy l'eed. apjM)int delegatus to Col. Hoone's Black of the estate after other special provis- ed evangelization, recomn.endlng a sepMlllersburg cor. Paris News. ions. As she left $.'100,000 or more, It arate church for colored Prasbyterlans. conM. II. SMITH passed In Diamond railroad convention, to of the finest roads on paper Is thought Mr. Duncan's share will bo sider one The new Christian church at Johnhis private car Wednesday. Ho had which seems doomed to at least 15,000, ever made.-bu- t on court business. son's Chapel, Casey county, near tho been to London run only 011 that slight foundation. Tin: Metropolitan National Bank Russell county line, was dedicated SunMisses Wili.ik Vi:u!ii:sa Dawson directors have sent no report to the day. More than sutlieicnt funds were and Mary Klrkpatrlck retirned from MONEY. Trustee of the Jury Fund stockholders here, but they learn from raised to pay tho indebtedness. About the school at Midway Wudnosdny. will go up to G. L. Penny Is paying the jurors for the newspapers that the bank that 2,500 people were in attendance and Mil. Jamivs P. lifsn to help his cousin, June, IMCi, and February, lblHl, service. bought the concern paid 15,000 for Its there was plenty for every body to eat. Kichinond Ho got Interest bearing vouchers for good will. The Metropolitan seems T. II. Hroaddus in his race for jailor. In the Cumberland Presbyterian Asthe amount, which Is something over always to have been badly managed Mil. J. M. Al.VKKSON loft Tuesday sembly at Chicago, the committee on $1,000, and sold them, thereby giving and it is better perhaps that it is turned sanctificatlon, which has been considto attend the funeral' of his sister-in-laNew Or- the jurors their money many months over to people who know how to run ering doctrinal statements or tho conMrs. W. D. Alvorsoti at lefore they would have otherwise got- banks. leans. fession of faith to be submitted to the to ten It. Mil. .1. W. llAYDKN Is prewiring A DO'Zi:N or more doctors attended Presbyteries for their approval, reportmove his family to the handsome LlNNlETTA Spkinos will bo run by meeting of tho Lincoln County ed their inability to agree and asked to Hughes house and will have everything Mr. James D. Shelby this season and the Medical Society Tuesday and tho day bo discharged. In shaHi In a few days. will ojkjii June 1st. There will be no was spent both pleasantly and profitaBro. Barnes is preaching in Jewel's Mil. W. K. SHL'UAlis and wife have public balls this year but a cordial welHall at Glasgow, but the News says a bly. Dr. Bertio Carpenter read a moved from MeKluuey to Iancaster, come Is extended to parties wishing to petition asking the fiscal court to allow of their many sH)iul a pleasant evening in dancing or splendid paHir on "The ThearajMjntic much to the regrut e is Management of Typhoid Fever" which him to preach In the friends in the West Knd. accomother amusements. First-clas- s was liberally discussed. Dr. J. G.Cur-jHjnt- being circulated on the streets and alG. HOWAIU) Uucci: won the Washmodations are promised and those who ready has over 100 signatures. All tho read a paper on "Genital ington fc Lee scholarship prize at seek either pleasure or health can tind churches dispensed with services Sunand a number of subjects were Hoggsctt Academy by his excellent it there. discussed. The next meeting will be day night in his honor. Kentucky Home." oration on "My Old Rev. L. M. Lasley writes from Paris, The engine of the second section of held at McKlnnoy on the second TuesMKH. G. It. ESGLKMAS has gone to Tenn., that he has struck a hard town, 'M ran Into a traction en- day In July. No Howling Green to see her daughter, freight with the houses nnd churches closed Cave. Few people are aware that against him, but the Lord Is filling his Kngloman, grad- gine which was crossing the track, Miss Anno Uronaugh Dants Tuesday night, knocking wo have a Mammoth Cave almost "in uate, after which they will visit the near tho front wheels of the former from tho our midst." On tho old Culbertson tent and convicting and converting tho Nashvlllo KxKsltlon. publish-- e B. Keyer, the engineer, who farm adjoining Hon. G. A. Lackey's Is people. An infidel pajwr was HON. H. II. Ivl.NO wjis here yesterday track. J. 1 there for a long time and the very shaking hands. He wiys he would like Is well known here, was considerably a cave that Is remarkable for its pro- air Is filled with Infidelity but the up and was unably to take his portions. M. D. Elmore tells us that pretty well to have the nomination for bruised rolls on. train In. The traction engine was bad- he and a party spent half a day or more State Senator and believed ho will have ly Rev. Fred D. Hale baptized 142 pertorn up but its engineer escaped un- In it and went over a mile. Tho enno trouble In securing it. sons at the baptistry of the new Thlid hurt. trance is down a hole above a big Baptist church, In 52 minutes. Mkssks. Oakland Sinslktos and There ' K. O. Singleton are here attending the levare IS others yet to bo baptized. Over OlK frequent reference to old coins spring. A number of feet below a bedside of their sister, Mrs. T. J. Cress, continues to bring others to light. M. el is reached and soon a large room 1,000 people witnessed tho baptizing, who Is at the jolnt of death at the Hos- D. Elmore showed us one that was with high ceiling Is discovered. It has although the sun was hot. This U pital from a stomach trouble. plowed upon Mrs. Pauline Hays' farm the appearance of a store room, with probably the largest number of persons Mks. C. W. Swkksky and Mr. Jesse on the Danville pike a few years ago stone shelves, counters etc. Further baptized by one minis' er In the city's Sweeney, of Lancaster, returned Tues- by a son of Mr. Buck Hiatt, who gave along are other rooms, with eyeless history. Owensboro Messenger. day from Adair, where thoy had been it to Mr. Elmore for a knife. It is a bats clinging to the walls and with Speaking of Rev. George O. Barnes, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Sweeney's Spanish coin nnd bears the profile of tracks of wild "varmints" In tho sand the Glasgow Times says: Of this wonmother, who was 78 years old. Charles IV, whoso reign from 1788 to that lies bolow the numerous springs. derful man It can bo truly said that age MB, AND Mrs. IlOKACK IlKOWN, of 180s Involved tho country In Inglorious Between tho rooms, some of which are has nut staled the marvelous brilliancy Seattle, Wash., are visiting relatives war with Britain and other kingdoms. of largo dimensions, the passages are of his mind, nor dimmed tho fcrvorand here after several years' absence. Mrs. Tho piece is dated 171K). If Spain could very narrow and can only be gotten magnetism of his oratory. A master e Drown was Miss Sue Helm and she Is recover all the old coins of her realm through with dilllculty, but that Is the of language, a of thought, looking remarkable well. in this country, she would be very case in tho Mammoth and all other an orator almost without a peer, few Miss Jp.nnik Wiyvr sends us a beau- much more able to prosecute the nu- eaves. Tho owner of tho property may can withstand the personal charms of tifully engraved invitation to the com- merous civil wars against her depend- have a gold mine In tho possession of this gifted man. Twenty years ago Mr. the cave and it at any rate ought to be Barnes accomplished a great religious mencement of the th annual session encies. thoroughly explored. Memorial and Industriof the Georgia work through this section and It apThese Methodist girls are tho girls to College at Mllledgeville, which ocal pears that his triumphs then are to bo MirniODiST preachers by tho car tie to, we would like to whisper in the curs May ears of eligible young men who seek load and each with his mouth set for repeated now. Tin: Advocate says of a former Stanlife partnerships. When wo looked In eating fried chicken, which happily is ford lxiv: Mr. Lee ltaney, son of Mr. Incompakahle. The service on tho their church Wednenday a number of now ripe, arrived from Wilmoro yes- Queen it Crescent fast trains South and Mrs. W. G. Haney, of Danville, were on their knees stretching terday and will bo with us for a week. Through Pullman drawing room sleepwill bo valedictorian of the Centre Col- them and cleaning tho carpet and others Thoy are from Asbury College and are ers. Standard vestlbuled day coaches lege class of 'l7. Ho has stood right ut Eleand smoking rooms.) cleaning the ews, oiling tho pul- a good loooklng set of youngsters. (lavatories parlor and observation cars. cafe, the head of his class from the begin- woro will hold their services dally, gant r pit furniture, bronzing the chandelier They Twenty-fouhours Cincinnati to Florining. . surpassed In and so on till everything looked ns neat morning, afternoon and evening, begin- da or to Now Orleans, W. C. Rineak-sonNo event of late has eon'l pnss'r aut.. Cincinnati. O. and as now as a pin. Those engaged ning at 8 o'clock last night. Tho serelegance and enjoyment the party givPence and Kath- vices will bo at the Mothodlsl church, en by Miss Florence Myers at Dream- were Misses Annie leen Grlnstead, Salllo Lynn, Lillle and If Invitation Is extended they will ing Creek Heights on Monday. Assist! Rev. Mary Pence, Annie Darst, Re- preach In tho other churches. ed by Miss Phelps, the affair was Martin. M. S. Trafton was In charge of tho pardistingue, and long to bo remembered. becca Soonamoro and Grace Grlnstead All guaiillnns. Administrators ami such ty of 2ti, which arrived at noon yesterwho were ably assisted by Robert Richmond Climax. who havunot niurie a sottlcnu'iit ulth tho Dick Martin, Tom Pence and day and are as follows: T. J. ITalloy, Lincoln County Court In tho last two years Dit. E. J. Bkown and family, lato of G. R. B. Kinney, L. W. Purdom.W. S. are livruhv notified to cotno forward at onco Imi Mt. Vernon, have located hero and are Gilbert Grlnstead. Maxwell, J. II. McKee, W. G. Cram, imkI M'ttlo or they will W.proceeded ngalnst pleasantly domiciled In the old brick and Un- E. T. Raney, C. II. Neal, P. T. Smith, a vordlng to law. Lincoln L. DAWSON. The Mexican, Confederate County Court. 20 Judge beyond the railroad on Lancaster ion veterans will decorate tho graves J. W. Carter. C. II. Prather, II. W. streot. How highly tho doctor is of their comrades tomorrow and ask Bromley, W. E. Goldlng, O. A. thought of In his old homo tho resolu- that contributions of llowers be left at Bromley, C. W.. Terhune, W. E. Notice to tions printed olsowhero attest. Warren & Shanks', where Misses Adole Smith, J. L. Lawrence, J. E. Key, II. Saulley, Annie Alcorn, Bello Denny, I. Lyle, E. S. Wilson, E. D. Cornish, Tho undersigned committee will until May m Fkank Bout has a now steam boat IIouhi: to rent in Crab Orchard. Call whistle on the water works engine and 0:1 postmaster there. enjoys waking the natives up in the ' TAI1.01UNO of all kinds, cleaning, morning with It. fas., done In the host style and at the Cloyd Lay was accidentally shot In lowest rates. Give mu a call. John tho leg by Dave Kennedy at McKlnney Kxtoln, In huncinunt of St. Asaph. a few nights since. The wound is a TUN turkeys from nine eggs is tho painful, but not dangerous one. mm number Mr. G. C. Keller, Jr., tells U8 d son John Blain, tho ho got. The two that camo out of ono of Sheriir T. D. Newland, fell from tho egg are as lively and as promising as banisters on which he was sliding yestho others which were not so crowded. terday afternoon and broke his left arm. . UlTINO JACIC .Judge T. L. Shelton FlKE. The roof of Mrs. Fannie and Thomas Itmiedlet have bought tho right to sell Ault's Lifting Jack in Lin. Green's house caughtof lire yesterday, timely work neighbors excoin and Casey counties and are supply- but the tinguished It before much damage was ing the farmers and others with that done. three-year-ol- Tim latest thin,' & Shanks'. Eld. Jos. Ballou will preach at Mt. Enamel Hoof Paint. Guar- Xonla at,') l. M. Sunday next. anteed to last live years. For salo by There are over $:L"0,000,000 Invested out In Chamber Bets Craig it Hocker. In church property in tho United 000 In Prescriptions Have been filled here without : i single mistaice. good record and we are proud of it. There was a decline last year of $210, the receipts of the Northern Presbyterian Church for homo mis- sions. Rev. Henry Mlllor will preach at the Prosbytorian Church hero Sunday, while Rev. S. M. Loiran will fill his pulpit at Middlesboro. Sunday, at Enon. Carlisle county, wa-- i the annual public of the Primitive Baptists and a great crowd witnessed the ceremonies. Bishop Wilson will preside at Kentucky conference In Mt. Sterling, September 15, and also at tho Louisville conference in Henderson, .September foot-washi- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 'fit 2 i&1 u m m & .U m r. Severance & Son, Dry Goods, Xotions, Clothing, Carpets, Shoes, lints. Mc-Kenn- a, JgFTerms Cash. d, i I immmjmmmmmmmmm ' i Pltr-SiiiKN- T to-da- y IV K EJLTTXir ii t pi Time to buy. m -- A large assortment of court-hous- Blues, Greens, Browns, Reds, Whites, Yellows, W. er Re-Ilexe- Both in Japs and Chinese. IV. WITHERS. STANFORD. PAINT. "KjBSJLEAD. Heyond doubt wo have tho best Heady-mixed re-Ti- Paint on Jlie inarkot. OILS, VKm$J)G$, qjowv& At Lowest Cash Prices. CRAIG Headed by &, HOCKER. 38,353. store-hous- flign Locust Herd Reg. Poland Gfiinas. Son of Klovur's Model, No. 30.710. tho greatest breeding hog living, mid Ul'NDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 13,691, son of tho World's Columbian Champion. Claude. No. 11.007. Fine, tnppy voting hours readv for service. A fow show gilts old enough to breed, and bred In every respect, with n specialty, for sale. This stock Is strictly flrst-cla- ss pedigrees. Prices reasonable, and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como and to U. S. MOOEL, HO. ItO-Ju- see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for salo. Eggs. 61 for IX TJiey aro good ones. AI-- o Mammoth l'ekln Duck A. E. UUNDLEV, Nov litt, Danville, Ky. sPSsisisisisHHisiKBiJiW the Thoroughbred auue-anA- ss hero HODS, Dure: Jersey EES NOTICE IJsiie55 The Mv breeders wrro wlpolnl frnm tli lu .t hunt, nf oftUU famous lirmxl of swine in wieral Slitw A splendid lot of pigs of dlllerent ngc lor sale. Dred i sows a siieciaiir. saiistactlou guaranteed. Corres- poutlence solicited. Address i R. H. BRONATJGH, Cr.it. Orchard, Ky. Mat-tlngl- y, Contractors. Buckeye Churn t moro Mnkes hard work easy. You butter. You wash, salt and work tho butter before taking it out of tho churn. can-ge- 33Hl,'Jssssssssssssssf sVL9S'!ssssssssssssssrV HOME NEWS, m NBW lino clocks. DanKs, Jeweler. W. B. for Wall paper, McHoberts. Second-han- d lowest priced. gasoline stove sale. J. T. Jones. blue-gras- To trade Louisvillo props farm In Lincoln. a erty for Hanscr, Forco - Ave., Louisville. Carl THE gamo of ball between the Stanford and Crab Qrchard clubs was postponed from yediicsday and will bo played on the grounds here this afternoon. Wanted. -- Edna Courts and Mary Bruco will All them for tho decoration. persoii8are requested to join In tho procession either on foot, In vehicles or horseback, which will form in front of the public square at 1)::10 and march to tho eomotcry whore tho sorvlces will bo hold promptly at 10. There will bo numerous speeches, after which America will be sung and tho decoration completed, with "Tho Bonnie Blue Flag," "Dixie" and "America" Bung by tlio choirs of the various churched in Stanford. J. S. Bosley represents tho Mexican, T. L. Shelton the Cqn- federate and Georgo II. MeKInnoy tho Federal soldiers. ar-ran- T. Grogan, D. Holtzclaw, C. A. Humphrey and C. M. Humphrey. These young men have started out to labor tho for Lord. Lot us treat them kindly whllo with us, feed them on tho fat of tho land and Bend them away rejoicing fhat they were led to accept an invitation to visit ns. County Clork James F. Cummins has Issued only three marrlago licenses to white people this monih. Southerland, who killed another mln' or because the latter accidentally knocked him off of tho depot platform at Pittsburg, was lot off with four years by tho Laurel Circuit Court this weok. lecolvo sealed bids for tho followviz: Koof and ing work mi court-house- , domu to 1k painted, now guttering to lo put around each jury room, guttering around main IiuIIiIIiil' to'lw repaired, now deck roof on inula hulldln, roof and pipes to Iks re paired In all leakv places. 31, 1MI7, Will Sell You One on sEW Trial. It will pay for itself in and fow see It. L. DAWSON, J. F. Cummins, I. II. Paxto.n. V. i Commlttc ) weeks. Call The mSBfc IT Up-to-Da- te Freezer. M'KINNEY. y JJ fPinRy Most Complete and Couvenlent Freezer over offered in Stanford. Requires leso labor less time and less ice than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minutes to freeze cream. We guarantee them to do all w clai n anl thoy aro sold on trial Very reap jctfully, Come and see for yourself. Try one. HIGGINS tm m frnm- 4. iX.f&l 1. ft - lOtViKiT-.r.-'TS- i fX a. .1 ifjwim '"Uisb-.wiW- Ji 9-THE INTERIORJOURNAL PM'bllclioS.T'va.oaS.ajro'o.sa.ArxlAavo S1 When not sopild LANCASTER. Ttio Hvcry firm of Lackey &.Gullcy has dissolved, Mr. Gullcy retiring to engage In farming. Dr. M. H. Harg, u sclentiue optician, will be with J. C. Thompson, this city, June 2, anil remain four days. Mr. Charles Holcomb and Miss Lizzie Long, of Cartoravllle, were married court-hous- CRRB ORCHARD. College Homo school closed Thursday. After the exercises of tho day the pupils, about 85 in number, enjoy. oJ a very pleasant social at tho Homo where refreshments were served and everybody went homo happy to await next session. Miss Rena Stapp and Rev. O. P. of Oklahoma City, will be married at College Home, June 2nd, at 11 o'clock. They will leave on tho noon train for their future homo In Oklahoma. All friends of the family aro Invited without further notice. Mrs. Watklns, of Campbellsburg, Is visiting her father's family, Dr. J. S. Stapp. Sho will romalu until after the marriage of her sister, Miss Rena. Mrs. Charles Spleglo and daughter, of Ind., Is visiting her father, Dr. W. M. Doores. Mrs. J. W. Dunn, of Kansas City, Mo., is a guest of her niece, .Mrs. Isaac Herrin. Miss Allle Fish has returned homo after adelight-fu- l visit to her sister, Mrs. Dr. Black, at Knoxville. Mrs. Lee Crady, who has been visiting relatives In Crab Orchard, went to New Haven Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilholto have returned to their homo at Versailles. Mrs. Dr. J. S. Cooper, of Livingston, made a short visit to her father's family Tuesduy. Rev. John Anderson, of ICnoxville, spent several days with his father, Rev. A. B. Anderson, the early part of the week. Rev. Anderson is reported some better. Miss Katie Lee James is visiting friends at Livings ton. Mo-Malu- MT. VERNON, QUEEN & CANDY KITCHEN. Wis., Oriagr A word Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. Hlue-Grn- ss CRESCENT. m Ancient Supi'uinu 1. Order United Lodge, Workmen, Milwaukee, JS2.SO will l charged. lki; KENTUCKY CENTRAL e here Tuesday. at the attractive daughter Miss Mary, the of M. T. Klkin, of Stanford, is the guest of Miss Mattie Klkin at "MaTIME CARD. ples." Judge Hnrnsido held George Smith, Wednesday colored, In a bond of DIVISION. $-- June ;,!.,. American Water Works Association, Denver, Col., Juno Electric Light Association Niagara works, Falls, N. Y., June National Association of Credit Men STANFORD, Kansas City, Mo., Juno Sole proprietor of DiM.i's lllack Diamond Roof ForLow rates to Woman's Board of Paint Estimates jurnlshed for (ulntlng wn.nl, eign Missions, M. E. church, Birming- nielal and iron roofs. Satlsf.uilou iuarantecd All ham, Ala., June, nfs luliittsl with Dmu's lllack lllaiiioiul Taint Dealer In Wst Ci'lcrn warranted for American Institute of Homeopathy, indllilratiKnl years. I'llters. lia'.vauUed and Punij i lllatk Imii 0. 0. J. T. Jones, tis in urn in Iron Rooting of all kinds. 21 to tho fanners. Ifyml make money III I enn now supply tho people with Fresh up wllh the excel- this day and lliuo jou iuiitkepmature earlier tluns Candy of many varieties anil ntipurlor with and Veep thoroughbnvls. They I am making It myelf a pmllt of mora than 50 percent, lhearr iiKeiueiit lency every day. a call. ol our iinls Is sin h that there ran ls no inU In and guarantee satisfaction. Give tne fertllo when hlpKsl brcisls," WeKiiuranlwnll J. A. STEPHENSON. Stanford. . ......iaaif.-.aVfjti... II II Risl I'll t lames, imp semngo io i ""' i'..l.,l,ri.sl I. .inn n:,.,:r"' "".".:... I'll I'oll.li " " " .' Ml While Cresicsl White ; so , lied lap, imkiritst ;isi 111., - Ml..n-- i ; Wiandolte, Silurl-ici- -i 1 w iiarnsi iiyiiiouiii iwn, IHi iilats All breeds score I'll Ml IIROs , l'ros.J intll.nl llv K1Y., lloyln Co. 1'ouitry aro. ... es i.k, I- j(i 1 a'ic 2. 00 at Train leaves Stanford at 4:30 p. m. ' .tint lua. m. nmP.returnsat '" ..12 37 p . 3 13 a ..12 01 .. 1 Ui'p m in m I" niinvirn e nf urson.' KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 24 Traill going North No. 2i! ' " Niuth No. 2A " " " No. 2.1 " I'or all Points. TIinOTOH leges to none. Since Lancaster has begun to add a QUEEN & CRESCENT. a chronic few modern improvements, Tralm pa .liuictlon City as follows: to say that tele4 02 p ,,. grumbler was heard No. l.Sout 1. ... 11W ... No. 2 North 3 4(in ' phones prevent people from taking II 21 pin No 3 needed exercise, and electric 6 00 n III much No;? ' 20 pui "10 " 5 and fi do not run Sunday, 9 and 10 lights are so powerful that they injure go no further South than Junction City, neither the eye. Such characters would comdo they run Sunday. plain of the beauties and harmonies of 111 Noto-N- os. TICKKTS SOLD. IIACSOAUi: CitKCKKD THROUGH For any information cniulre of JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky burning tne resuience ui Davistown. In default of bond he was sent to jail. A full attendance of the democracy of Garrard U expected at the mass meeting next Saturday to give a hen. ty support to our candidate and to prove to our enemies that we still live and are ready to battle for the principle of equal rights to all and exclusive privin-r- committed, by , i. Buffalo, N. Y June2:i-:SAsk your agent for particulars and be sure your ticket reads via the Queen & . TORE On Mfcin ROOM Strict, Sianfoid, Io tf Crescent. TIlOROrOHRKl.n Shel-byvlll- e, gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Com W. C. RlNEAUSON, DUROC HOGS attain the ! est weight, fatten S: Crescent Route limiteasily at any age. trains South. Rook ballast. Superb trains with every comfort. Fast time .rn H r, ,villi'. Illlili in I. ,.. t....i !!,.- -' i,. , ,.,... . ( i.. and tho short line from Cincinnati. of either ocv. not nkln. Questions and cor- ders on Queen ed tort. No smoke, dust or The niosl prolific of all breeds, great- FOE. K.EIsrT Apply cin- W. All P. WALTON. 1 t iiii.-iii- i llucklin't .lnn'ca Sitlre. Tho iHst salvo In the world for cuts,, bruises son, ulcers salt rheum, fever son, letter, chap, pod hands, chilblains, corn and nil skin eruptions. It positively cure piles or no pay required. It Is satisfaction or money reguaraJtced to give I'rlce 25 eeuts ler box. I'or sale by W. D. funded. Dnuglst, McRolierts, respondence promptly answered. 3 J. M. & H. J. McROBERTS,. Stanford. 2STOTXODE: J. T. STTTTOHT, s fence railing isl and my storeor SNlre(VUr lan llipl what Oeek, mi the nertr want al Undertolcor, Kontucky ))', Vrl0 v Huatonvillo. they pike I also Manford leading from Crah llrchard to of plank H.r feiielint. All kwp on hand a supply Vh.au of lumber lor bnlldliig Hin.e; also lanls llcli( All sn..ns desiring any andshlngUs this Vluittau tall uu me at mf , mre iieartVsUr MMII.I.IU. ' 'Si Creek, PoOs for i.Jank fence, FRANKFORT ANOCNCINfJATI VIA GKOUUUrOWN A. M. RY. SON, DEALERS IN COHL, NOEL & Order OlHce and IVtsI Exchange, near the Railroad Crowing, Deot Street, aud DiM.y isiimtles Pull Hoik always on hand D S. Cars!iiter. Manager Oir.rs hi! wrvlc-- to the iwl'l" 'f of EARN MONEY. The NiniCKIiL MAGAZINE wants good reliable agents to canvas for 8tiliscrlilions. A verv good rate of cnsdi coinmifsion will be given, or hicyclo premium1 if prufctred. All mnterial and snm pie copies furnislied free. Apply at once. . 235 P.M. 2 0) 3 IS Lie. Somerset, JcU City. o r. m. Arl2M " 1131 I.T 9 35 " C30 A. M 820 MM 4 50 11 OS 720 5 10 ' G30 Frankfort, 300 5 30 Arr Paris Dally except Sunday 8 40 cn.nnRCAW.G.r a. R0YA1 Miss Dove Harris, a popular and highly competent young lady, has announced as a candidate for school superintendent of this county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Her ancestors were staunch democrats as far back as the memory of our people runs and she has a long line of relatives of thi same persuasion, being her self an enthusiastic advocate of the same cause. If elected she will dis Paradise. Corn uiul - lly, FIRE INSURANCE. Stanford; Yard, Coal DR. E. J. BROWN. Mill Street, lately J II lllggll.s'. balisfaUiou guaranteed. Kentucky. The Nickell Magazine, charge the duties of the oftlce faith fully. J. V. Miller is in Mt. Vernon. J. T. Palmer, of Richmond, was here on Mondav mlnzling with old friends. Messrs. V. T. Saunders, O. J. Xewland V. K. Varnon and J. T. O'Hair were in our city Monday, the latter Inviting speakers to Stanford on Saturday, to take part in the decoration ceremouies. L. L. Walker and Capt. Win. Hern- don will likely accept the .invitation. The Stanford and Danville G. A. R. Posts are expected to attend the memorial services at Lancaster Cemetery Absolutely Pure. next Sunday afternoon. The iloral dis Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and Assures the roou against aium ami play will be extensive and a large bealthmlnett. all forms of adulteration so common in the cheap crowd is expected. nranus. HoyalUakixo Powder Co., New York The rain Sunday brought an average crowd to town Monday, though busiFESNTT3rt ness was dull. Capt. Bottom sold a fancy combined mare at WO. He reports about 100 cattle on the market, but few changing hands. Rice Bengo reports sales of sows and pigs at 310 to 820; milk cows at 89 to 82j and horses at 825 to 803. Pursuant to judgments Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky, rendered In the circuit court, Master Commissioner J. W. Miller bold 170 Office on Lancaster street at Residence. acres of land to Berea College for 81,- 825; 135 acres to Mrs. Grow for 8ST7 A. J. PRICK. and 74 acres to J. G. Sweeney for 8600, Surgeou the purchasers being the plaintiffs in Dentiat, 3WIHG5 each case. In the county court Monday the wills Stanford. Ky. of the late W. R. Robinson and James Offleeover McRoberts' Drug Store In the Owsley H. Splllman were probated. The form Hulldlng. er bequeatns nis nauufouiu csiiuu wife and daughter. If SHELBY & SHELBY, equally to his his widow survives his daughter her ..Proprietors., sham of the estate reverts to the wid- LIVERYTSF.D& "ALE STABLE w. wItn the expressed wish that aeonmi siuerauie portion ui umu u charitable purposes and the advanceJunction City, Ky prompt attention, very ment of religious Interest. Mr. SplllVlrst.Cla, reasonable rates A irtIon of your patronage is man bequeaths his half of tho joint esis respectfully kolitltcJ tate held by himself and wife to her for life, with remainder tohls sister ,, and other relatives. GEORGE H or raider law, to- The new anti-mogelhcr with the work of the sheriff ami & Claim Agent, posse, at Owingsvillc," are regarded Pension here as promoters of public good, and Box 44 Sranfo'd, Ky. it U believed that the raiders will Has had 12 vears's praetlco before nil tho nauso and consider the course which Delia incuts In Washington City. 9 lieyare pursuing and abandon tho unlawful and unwarranted manner in which they aro tramping law MOM0MM0IMO1MM1 der their feet by destroying and orprivate THE POPULAR D property. There is a legal and proper course to pursue In all things; and they know they aro violators of law or they would not hide under the cover of darktheir purposes. MM0MOMMSIN10IN1 ness to accomplish proceeding makes Their own manner of criminals. The them evil, pursue good boys should forsake I POWDER That in the removal to Stanford of our valued friend and fellow citizen we sustain a loss in the medical profession in business circles, in tho town and in the daily walks of life of which we shall long bo mindful. As a friend he has thoeontldence and trust of all who know him.In his profession ho Is industrious, able, energetic and reliable; sympathetic and tender upon his ministry to all classes, both rich and poor. Prompt and laborious In performing business transactions and in dealing with questions of public Import. As a member of the Salmagundi Club he was always helpful In word, elevating in sentiment, conscientious in attendance and cheering In his presence. he was thoughtful in As a method, candid In opinion and earnest and original In any effort for the ener PIANOS AND ORGANS. Decker Hros'. IMiiuos. II ii I not Ilrtis'. I'luiHW, Ellington riiiiiot. I). II. ll.ililwln l'lanos, l'lsciier l'liinos, Ac. Estey OrjruiiK. Hamilton Organs and other See my Omuls nml (Jet Mv Trices Refore ou W. T. WHITE. Oral) Orclmnl. lltiy. " 10 Insurance Companv. OF BROOKLYN. ISO Summer Slrvul, KoKtoii, Mius. I Tornado Insurance m ! Make. Caledonian Co., : Insurance of Scotland. KOUNDBD 1HOO. Cyclone Tornadoes and Wind .storms nre numerous and destructhe that tho property owners should WALLACE DENMAUE 55. Deiimiirk. lie 1V Gaines A. Cromwell's Denmark, lie Jiy the race lioro Denmark, he lit Imp. Ileilgefonl. l'lrt dam Tannic Wallace 30. bv Sir Wnlluoo: 2ml dam by Vlrglnlu: 3rd dam a Whip mare. Hv Pumpter Deiimnrk. Jr.. lie lv Oiwlilanrs R.B.MAHONY.Agt.. a Protect Their Property From them ns well as from Fire and Lightning. TornadiH-- s and Fins, aro liable to occur nt any time Shi lake out n jwllcy In uuy of my companies. None but T.SI'ORI. KY. John. Castlkman. A.o I.AMIAM SIO nM-Il- i INSURANCE, 262. FIRST - CLASS COMPANIES ! Represented. LSXEL INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. DB, W. B. Sixteen hands high and n i'rf4s't nnnbd Hu Is bv Wallace Denmark 55 .ee bis iedl-cre- o ulnive. Lexel'H llfst dam Mag 37, by Vldetto, bv Vlndex, b lllood's lllack Hawk, he bvOlil Illiick Hawk". 2ml dam Julia Waltertainment, or In matters pertaining lace." bvSIr Wallace, be by Todhunter' Sir to the general welfare and interest of Wallace, bo bv Sir Albert, thoroughbred. 3rdilam by VIrglntus. 4tb dam n Whip Mare. tho club. JESSE D. "WEAEEN, General Agent. Stanford, Ky B3RBEE 5 CBSTLEHM. MASA'tKltS, "BIG ROt'TI-The uu Resolved That tho Salmagundi Club deem it appropriate to express to Dr. E. J. Brown our fullest appreciation of his personal virtues and worth, and to furthermore express tho sincere regret we feel in losing him not only fromdally counsel and social intercourse but from the constant exemplary force of our community which consists In no small degree In the silent lnlluencos, emanating from noble purpose and unswerving integrity in the upright life. The Salmagundi Club extends to Dr. Brown Its continued and hearty Interest in his professional progress and success and trusts that the surroundings and associates of the former love may be rekindled and redoubled with added joy and larger blessings In the new. Josephine E. Scroggs, Chas.C. Davis, Georgia McFerron, R. G. Williams, c jmmlttee on resolutions. The True Remedy. W. M. Repine, editor TIskil... 111.. "Chief.'' sirs: "We won't keep houw without Dr Klug'i forComumptlnn, Coughs and Colds New DK-over- SIO THIS INSURANCE. 4: BBIGN0LUS. llrlgnolus N bv Ilrlgnoll. Hubble's premium jack, ho bv'Prlnce. better known us Rob Tall, whobrou'ght S1.500 to n California jar-t- y. Rrigiioltts'dam bvOIant.Caldwells' great nhowjack. Ilrlgnoliis is black tbrtiughout with while points and of Unu lio ami Rood bone. Season money Is duo on all mares bred to mystock when they are either removed, htock. tradedI or bred to other..... ..(.rat .. ...I.....I ... j v...v, tilll r.w,l'l, ..... v" I. swk;k i;,iiniiii,nFray personal attention. ...... .... t j. zi r.r.i.r. Hustonvillo, ... Ky. 12 - Oommerco Building, LouisviUe. Agents Throughout the South. Dm! Line toand From W. A. THIBBX.X. 1ka1 Agent, TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. CHICAGO. "White City Special." Host Terminal Station. Stanford, Kentucky. jjtf S1 THIS INSURANCE. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tumel ....w J, B. HIGGINS, DEALER IX BOSTON. Wagner Mreplng Cars. Ruflct Parlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Cars, I'rlsal Cutifliartmei.t Cars, Llegaut ChicUw aud Dlu lng Cars 11 .- -... NEW YORK. l Rac e record 2:2IVj, Uftb beat on milt, track. PENCE. ont-li- Farm Wagons Pleasure Vehicles. sure your tickets read alf Turn-nits- . M'KIMEY. b Experimented with many others, but never got . tho true remedy until we used Dr King's New No other remedy can take Us place In our home, as in It we have a certain and sure euro for Coughs, Colds, Whoop'lig Cough, etc" It Is Idle toexiKTiment with other remedies, even If they are urged on jou as Just as good as Dr Kliu's New Discovery. They are not u good, bxaiiMithls remedy has a record of cures and lesldes Is guaranteed never falls to sallsly. Trial Imttles fas) at It At W. I). McRolwrts' Drugstore Sired by Rleiul. Rleiul was hired by of lllaiidlna. by Mambrino High-Qrad- e Fertilizers and Coal. Chief. I'oneo'sdam was by Aliuont Forrest. dam by Garrard on m of Almont. Goods Warranted as Represented. Ortlco Chlof. Main Street, opposite Elmoro'it Store, Individual, landing HI I'enco Is a flue Stanford, Kentucky liand- - high, dark brown, tiorfcetly sound and a horso of great speed. lie has gone n J L TOTTEX. Si.ijm.v. mile In 2:12. Will make tho season of l.'O. at my placo Ui miles from Stanford, on tho Hustonvillo pike, at umsr Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. Agricultural Implements, B O. MCCORMICK. Passenger Tralllo Mgr "DIG POUR" MARTIN, Geu Pass. A Tkt. Agt. CINCINNATI, OHIO. D II, Farmers Bank&Triist Co. OF STANFORD, KV. Paid up Capital, Surplus, S20o,ooo;oo 17,003 80 Gov. Worthington offered a reward of ?200 each for the arrest, conviction, etc., of each or any of tho mon engaged turnpike raiding, in the when their leader was shot. Bath-count- y lly provisions of Its charter, depositor are a fully protected as arvdcdlors In .Sslloiisl llauks, liable to lu shareholders Whig held ludlTldually therein at the extent of the amount of their stock In addition to Ihoamotini In the sir value thereof, tested hi siuli sharus It may act as exetitor. ad lulnbtialor. Irustis.-- , Ac , as fully us an Individual. Tendering our thanks to thou: ho hate entrust, Will al-- o stand n good Mule Jack Money to loan on Improved city property or pro. to us, e trust they will continue their jouiil) ductire farms In Stanford and Lincoln Alw I al ed do to, businessoffer as u guarantee for prompt at aud we to Five Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. 0 twrcent. luyahlc NtiubAunually. our 2U years' eis'rknrn In bankfurnish htinds for puhbt or rorvratloii otllclalit trillion lojuine accommodations asarc consistent 111 ml or bred to other stock Executors, Administrators or (luardlans at reason- ing and as banking. Mares parted with l four or lire In- with bound forfeits Insurance and makes season money able talcs Am agent for liuslness the Kentucky ami 111 maKiTORs. surance Companies doing due. holders In hUnfow patronage of J. J. Williams. Mt. Vernon; tiiL-ni-i uccldentM. but not solicit same as In oilier companies doing business liere. w ii. uiiiiimui", i reaenersv me; . ...... .i .. t, until Hue Mares irrazed Rates K WAI.LACL K. YAUW, J. II. Usley, J. S Owsley, Sr., rates. m. ii. nuauks, at leasonablo William iioocii, S J. Kmhrr. v.asn. T. A. COUI.TF.lt. Stanford. A. W, CirsMiterj J. K. Lynn. J. N. Meiiefce. n im, mil mi u (r. pro-rt- nri-vi'l- 1 ivi-ur- DORSGYGOLDDUST No. 52012, ts j.i. N o MOM OMO NABOTH 10016. Standard slro of Kulu . orriciHS. Record and 2:l'Ji. will make tho ttut.sou of lbl7. SittEU nv Waminoii 1 self-confess- ed m 2180, 2:l! 7 or 8 others In tho list. ing colt. Also Jack, Rocoe. at I'. REM). a living colt. X. R. Doiev Golddust has produced a class of combined horne that attract buy- a. ers and bring good prices, regardlessof i?in-lc5 Pnxlucerof combined and Iiistem boie.s that hell for ginid prices, will make tho apreslivto Insure ent Hcusou at Ten Doi.t-uto Insure S. II. Shanks. I'reddeut; J. II. Owsley, Ca.hler; W. M. might, Teller FIRSTNATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY and all will be well. dam Tlnso' dam Res IMM0M0Tn MiBiiNiisiiNi OlOuJlMl f y WW 'j.LW.1 To The North. They Jeen & Cre- - 2 v MlfW 5 OINI N observation cars on the famous Blue 3 dam Jessie Sayro rvi i' Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati M bvU Lexington. Free parlor card and m rsn and Dnnnn - ppndnnnt Stiinflnrd vestibuled day ooaches. Four trains dally to Cin- - 1 dam l einnatl with close connections witn an UvJ 'in,,insnnMi rinnnn X' C.rp wont trains Walslngham 2100, hlro of Naboth, Is one of the youngest sons of George Wilkes 519, . fpyifO are without a peer in tho South. 17 record 2:22, who" sired Harry Wilkes 2:13. Uuy Wilkes 2:15)4. Mike Wilkes 2:15Ji-- WilUlilUS BllUl IMII llllli, un.nv.....v "" cox 2:10 and 02 others In tho 2:30 list; also 41 producing sous and 10 producing daughters IBM train service. W. C. Rinearson, gen'l Note. Naboth Is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled Jutu 28. 18S3. His pedigree conpiss'ragt., Cincinnati, O. tains tho blood of Hambletonlan, George Wilkes, Mambrino Wilkes, Pilot, Jr.. and Harry of M lJ y Messenger Duroo 100, son of Hambletonlan and slro of Elalno 2:20, the dam of Norlalno. yearling record 2.:il. Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletoniiui 10, slro of Dexter 2:I7. by Harry Cluy 45. slro of the. dams of St. Julian 2.UJ4, STANFORD, KV. Uodlnu 2:10( and 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotters; also slruof the dam of Electioneer, slro of 130 In All kinds of repairing dona at reisonihle rates tho 2:30 list. Upholstering aiipocWlly. .jatUfactluj giuraneeil Eclipse. y Liberty, son of Lance, by American Capital Stock $100,000. Attention of Surplus $15,750. MJ IMOMM0IM OlrVllMiDllfIBllfVlMlall ChlcBjro. 11ACON, MM mm 0(M Fret I'ilh. Chi-cags. v ujuVULbyuNyiiiiiiiMjuNJviuvi iMl0u(aMMMM0 FKANK M0 O.r.A., J. KEED, (NjuMJ 0M B. P.K. H. toulsvllle. GO lOM. B A., 0MM0MOMM0 MM ixnrvifrfni7rnMfrHfnfrnun MU Send your addrest to II. E. Hucklen A Co, and get a free sample box of Dr. King s New Lite i'ills. A trial will convince you of their nier-ti1 hve pills are easy In action and aro particularly etlectlve In the cure of constipation and Heir Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles the have been proved invaluable. They nrcguarauteed tJ be perfectly freofrotn every deleterloun substance will nlso make tho and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken " ui ineir aciiuii. mu ur k'"" " and bowels greatly Invigorate the s ktCIII. Kt's'U- 25c, perliox. Sold by W. I i Mcllotorts, larslre D;ugglsts .At a, $15to WILLIAM L., l3rLS-a.x- e I-irvi- ng Oolt- Ho Is ele- My lino saddle Htalllon, """- - present reason at the low price of 8s to Insure a llvlngcolt. gantly bred and a sure foal getter. I will tilso htand ' Ky. , L. I'enny, Druggists, Stanford, sea-.- .. Norn. Owing to the hard times aud thu low price of stock, I have greatly reduced TO OUnE A COLD IN ONE DAY, .... iw.Manmi inLks !ind piinslderliu' their Individuality and breeding, thoy f Take Laxative Hruiuo Quinine Tablets. AH Iln, rl.l. rurnml llm mnniv If it falls to Cure, ror Htand lowur thtui uiiy'ln tho State. Stable two miles south of Hustonvillo on tho Morrland u- uuj j oaib J. K.BAUGHMAN, Hustonvillo, Ky. & Carpenter' Station pike. TMO COOD JHCKS KT $7. ft the public Is called Io the fact that this Is the only National Dank In Stanford. Under the provisions ot tho National Dank Act ilrwllors are secured not only by tho capital stock, but by tho slot k holders' liability lor an amount iMjual in tho stock, so that dejxrdturs of tills itislilu lion aro secured by a fund ol tAiyw). I'iro sworn statements of tho condition ol tho Itank are nude each year to the United Slates lioverumeut and Its assets are examined at stated times by government . agents, thus securing additional and erfect lukt. to depositors. 'I his Institution originally estahllshtsl as the Hank of Stanford iu LsJS, then reorganized as the National Dank ofSlantord In 18C5 andagalu reorganUtsl us tho First National Hank of Stanford In 12, has had practically nn u interrupted exist, ence for :H years. It Is Mter aupllei now wltV, Will carry a larger stock of Furniture of all kinds aud liblacllllles ful this year than ever before and will sell cheaper than erally than irausaelliitf Inbusliinw promptlyhonorable Its louj and ner before anybody Plows: The Oilier Chilled, Vulcan, career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tirms Silver Steel and Chattanooga and paints of all kinds. Cultivator aud Double Miorels, all Malta and Individuals solicited. DIKICTOKS make, the beat In tho world. Fanners, call In and get any Ihlpg you want from a buggy down. K. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Haydeu, Stanford D. S. CARPENTER. Respectfully, h. II. llaughmau, " S. T. Harris, " ' T T. Hill. J. S. Docker, " ' K. L Tanner, McKlnnev. W. A. Trlhhle, .1.11. ColIler.Crub Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, D. Kliuore, Stanlurd. i orriCERS. .MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, l'ror . I. S. Ilocker, President; J. J. Mcllobcrls, Canhler A. A. McKinuuy,AsdtaiitCa3hier. H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smilh. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Mason Hotel : Newly furnl.sliL'd; clean licds; splonded Lancaster, Kentucky. s. MAl?l'F.lilKJl,KUr bio. Everything jet all trains. lirst-clas- Porters b) Who caa think of some simple thing to patent? Protaot our Ideaat they may bring you wealth Wr.M JOHN YVKDDEHUUHN CO, Patent Altor Wanted-- An Idea ii- 23E mtmmmtmmtmtmmmmmmmtmttmm t ml .i Mi r Sir, I I ifiil. .,,i ! iiifMn 'ii.- - v " a.. 111. 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