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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897060801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL XXVI. LANCASTER. v. 1 . INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 8. 1807. NO. 29 A WL o 'i'. Fiirriri will u to Wednesday to vlrtit hoi daughter, i L ,". J!w. Mi-H- . Ocorj-- o Jel-llc- .1. Smith. Mori Hot h null lias rotunicd from u'1 - statu of social bjndage for a pollti-u1 .DJ72r5WRlrl51 JA FOrQj thralldom the fetters of which are more Hf k. galling than tho-- worn in 'J days: that when they offered a man for otllcc he was defeated, although the Attracting a Crowd leaders elect the white man every time llwt of la- -t year. he tillers for olHc. The.v hae also Henry, Paul Miller, Walter learned that the democrats pay $! of Hobert Hammock, Saulley Hughes and MIchcs every $10 that goes for the education of SAM M. OWKNS, Minnie West, Tlor- Alberta Amloi-conDemocratic noml.iee for sheriff, won 'ence Harrin and Huttio Heury!atteud- his preferment by indefatigable effort, ed a ntrawberry Hiippei at KUIott In- UAKI.AN'P SINOI.irrON as lie will win in the llual race by the In Men's Tho democratic mandaid bearer In the ntltuto, Kirkrtvllle, Friday nlghl. They same means. He is a tireless worker race for school tiiipcrlntendeni Is all report a delightful time and plenty to and being a worthyand competent man, yeat of ajje. with a wife and three oat. besides a democrat who can always be Not having much about children. Ho has Won prominently depended upon to stand up for the cause Identilled with the public hdiooN for a banks, I failed to mention in my hibt and ticket, the paitv will rally to his number of years and has always taken that A. II. Denny wan elected presl-- a siipjMirt and see that he is given the At Prices that Convince. Just look! jjreat Intoront In educational alTalrs. dent of the National Hank, to llll tho covete olllce. Mr. Owens was born in .'!!) Since he entered the (service, ho has vacancy caused by tho duath of W. II. Wayne county jeais ago, but has n taught eight mjIiooIh to tho entire satin- - Robinson, and J. K. Stormc-- i wan lived in this county for 20 years or taking the place of of trustees and patrons, who ed more. Ho married Miss Florence Ulbb, -. cortltlcato Mr. Denny. recognize that his who Is a handsome and excellent lady, Mr. Single-- j l'endleton Cox was elected a school wa- won purely on merit. and tliev have one child. He served ton Is a tnodowt. retiring gentleman, trustee in thu Antioch district Satur-wh- o two terms as jailer and made an excelenjoys to the fullest extent tho con- - day on the free turnpike issue. Why lent record as a faithful olllcer. He deTp to date and Prices Lower lldence of his neighbors, who will m,t Bulect teachers and ministers who serves the promotion and every demovole for him almo?t to a man, regard-- J mivoeatu the same system ? It would crat should see that he gets it. Than Ever. less of iHilltios. Ho Is highly appre- bo consistent with the foolish and unHUSTONYILLG. ciative of the honor conferred upon warranted manner in which an attempt Children's Suits. Xow is the time to get them cheap. him by his Kirty and will prove that Is made to hold candidates for judicial conJ. C. Coulter has completed his MISS IDA MAY ADAMS, olllees rosK)tisible for their viewsonja their eonlldcnce Is not inlsp'need. Daughter of Willis Adams, of Mt. Ver- tract for 1,000 cords of tan bark to bo single question in the settlement of which they would have no more to do non, who will take part in the contest delivered t Cincinnati parties. RELIGIOUS Summer Coats and Vests. Mrs. Na.inie W. Owens, of Kenhere on the 16th. She has recently than a baboon in the wilds of Africa. Hev. W. K. Smith will preach at graduated at the Mt. Vernon College tucky's Niagara, Cumberland Falls, Is time. Guaranteed to wear and give Our iwys who attended the conven- where, although but o years of age, she visiting her sister. Mrs. John S. Goode. V t Wednesday night. London tion last week submit like true demo- won the honors of her elas and delivHon. Harvey Helm, of your clty,with Satisfaction. Hev. Heroin's meeting at and brought 1 souls Into the HaptUt fold. crats to the will of the majority by a ered the valedictory address Those June Reid and several other West assert that Shackelford will win AVe can Save you Money. Call and be Convinced. with a large pack of hounds, made Hev. .I. H. Crouch tilled Hev. J. F. her say she has extraordimajority of 40,000. W. H. Mason, our who know of elocution. times very lively for foxes, A:c, in this nary gifts Williams' pulpit at Harrodsburg Sun- popular and competent candidate, says section the last of ist week. day. began a 10 that this campaign has introduced him The ladies of the Christian church of Hev. George O H.irnes children. In view of these facts their Kllzabothtown Sunday to the people and being tho youngest It Is )roM)sed that they throw oil party Liberty will give a strawberry supper days' meeting In one In the last contest, he hopes to try o in Libeityon TuesJ. L. FROIIMAX & CO., Danville, Kentuck-- , night. free from at the them again In the future. This cheer- shackles, declare themselves tho inter- day night, June 8th. Thu proceeds are Kovs. Hrooks and Shou-- e are holding tools, In should lo a lesson for being used as mere DSffGilcher Hotel Building. a splendid meeting at Turnersvllle. ful submission men, and vote for those Is go toward building a new church the all democrats and they should learn it est of certain coming summer at that plact. There have been several additions. who aro less antagonistic to their weldivine heal- well. The sale of R. R. tickets at Morelar.d Schlatter, the aiding In the mental fare, and J. William Hamilton, brotherjof and moral who are for the month of May was only $10:1.15, beTexas. He claimed died at KU'a-er, Illumination of a once Postmaster Hamilton, and an enthusito heal others, but himself he couldn't nighted race. This will be done when thu smallest amount taken in at that astic democrat, is a candidate for the olllce for several years. Since a they really exist. heal. for the olllcc of circuit they see things Kplseo-pa- l nomination and prosperity has been fully Hlshop Dudley and four other sT we don't have to travel near so from New York clerk. Ho Is young, intelligent, a hard bishops have sailed MATRIMONIAL. If elected would discharge much as formerly. attend the Lambeth Con- student and for Eurojw to ( ( his duties faithfully. The fact that he M. J. Mills, aged 48, and Miss Jennie Hon. R. C. Warren and brother, gress. is crippled and needs the othce will Fills, 21). died near Powers, Casey coun Win. Warren, were hero last week 7 7 OV The Central Holiness camp meeting toward Insuring him ty, last week. VZ-- x looking after tho welfare of tae Dan will assemble for Its fourth annual en- doubtless Tommy Dooley, just 10. and Susie vlllo iV Hu&tonvlllo turnpike road, In NSsXiKSX campment at Wllmore July lllth. and a liberal supjnjrt. Democratic candi railroads will give low dates for other olllees have been men- Wrlirht. 17. oloiied from Salem to In which they are both much Interested-Th- o close i'l. The tioned and they would make a formida- dianaiolis and were married writer Is informed that some of the rates. ble ticket, but there Is ample time to Fred Gerhauser, of Covington, and witnesses they Interviewed will furnish A tire of mysterious origin broko out announce, as nominations will not MUs Ituth K. Kelley, of this county, testimony very detrimental to the in the Broadway M. K. church, South, were married at tho bride's home yes- road's interest. night and beforo likely be made beforo August. Louisville, Saturday Lancaster will have three itiiortant terday. Children's day at the Christian were extinguished a fine the llames Mrs. Ella Bowman, of Bloomlngton, church here was a grand and long to be Ul organ valued at l,r00,was rulued. society events this week. I write of pipe In as arrangements are Ind., got a verdict against a former remembered one. The church was Tho new Baptist Year Hook, edited them advance, consummated. Circles in young socle husband for .',000 damages for breach crowded to its fullest capacity and tho by the Hev. L. Harrows, a formei Kenof tho most' beauti- of promise to marry her the second program, taking almost two hours to tucky pastor, gives these statistics: ty will lose three m ful, H)pular and gifted young ladies in time. render, was so well given and enjoyed Associations, I, Ml: Sunday schools, Oats and- iii' Miss Dora Bingham ami W. B. King, that to particularize any special ones this section and two of our most popu'IS.'l-Tr-, JvS churches 2:,TS7; ministers, young men and a gen- of Knox county, were married In lar and worthy taking part In it would be necessary to ft Sunday school otllcers. They kept the marriage a Dl school scholars, 1,."IK),UM); tleman from Texas are fortunate secret for nearly a week. Tho groom repeat It so often that time and space Sundav enough to forma partnership for life . would forbid. The collection was 810.- K. :i.S21.0:tS: value of ,.,m...)i i.i..nil.,.i-s: Alwavs on Hand at Young and Is a son of Uepresentatlve B. B. King, 10 for foreign mission. churches. Wl.lttJ.3M. Kstimatlng the with them. Miss Alice Fox II Mr. Clarence Witwer, of Dallas. Tex of this county. 3& population at 70,000,000 tho statistics Miss Lllllo Fleetwood, a member of M This from the Courier Journal Is as, will be married at 0:110 o'clock on show one HaptUt for every IS of popuWednesday morning at tho residence tho senior class at the Normal School supposed to refer to Auditor Stone: lation. d Orders at Special Prices. at Mllledgeville, Ga , slipped away and Tho one member of the Statu governHev. J. H. Fagaly, who has been of the bride's grandfather, Capt. F. J. married W. E. Moon. She then re- ment who has been supposed to be White. Immediately afterward Miss holding a meeting In an arbor near turned to school and received her di- wealthy, has had to sell a farm largo had a won- Mattlo Walker and Mr. Geo. D. XX tells us that he has enoiiL'li and rich enouirh for a duke rii Jill will be married at thu residence ploma. derfully good meeting, with .'10 converLawyer D. W. Chenault, of Rich- dom, to settle his debts, and his estato tho bride's father, Judge W. F. sions and sanctlllcatioiiH to Saturday of mond, and Miss Elizabeth Reid, of Mt. is in the hands of a trustee. The path Walker, Hev. Henry N. Faulconer last. On tho 12th he will begin a meetbe married June 110 to political proferment Is always a A wedding breakfast will be Sterling, are to ing at Alum Springs In Hoyle county. Is one of Mt. Sterling's costlv one, but when a man abandons a given at Judge Walker's and the two Miss Held Mr. Fagaly has had charge of tho belles and a neice of the late fudge bluuLM'iiss farm like this, to draw the circuit, which embraced nine couples will leave for a tour through Richard Held. meagre salary of an Inconspicuous oftho South. The third marriage, which churches und included all of Leo and a It never rains but It pours. Lancas- fice, one can only marvel at tho folly has already been mentioned In.the marriage for a long or ambition that dictates the step. part of Wolfe comity. From the nearJoril.v.u., will take place at 8 ter hasn't had a when three of her Thomas Moran, an Indianapolis crank, to his furtherest church was 50 est o'clock Thursday night, when MUs n time, till this week miles and he had to travel on horsegirls will become wives: fell from exhaustion for want of food Owsley and William It. Cook ylll prettiest Have been filled here without a single mistake. Fox Young, Mattlo Walk- and sleep. In his pockets were found back as thu roads did not admit of light be married in the Christian church by Misses Alice Owsley. vehicles. $442 and after ho revived he admitted is a good record aud we are proud of it. KIdor George Gowen, after which Mrs. er and Ellen Tho marriage of Lieut. Carlo Brit-to- t aat ho was too stingy to spend It. voracious and mendacious corre J. Li. Ktnnalrd, sister of the bride, will Tho of the United States Navy, to Miss Richard B. McConnell, president of sj)ondeut at Sulphur say this note tied entertain thu couple und a number of Mamie Baldwin, of Madison county, Is In Trimble friends at her homo on Lexington Ave the Merchants' National Bank of Oca- to a piece of coal was found announced to lake place at thu Chris- 1 1, Fla., shot and killed himself In or county half burled In the ground as if it All tho friends and acquaintances of tian church June 20. Tho bride-to-b- e had fallen from a great height: "Mid- Miss Alice Young are invited to attend is a sister of Mrs. W. II. Shanks, of der to escape arrest in connection with air, May If). Airship drifting l.'Idays. her wedding at Capt. Whlto's Wednes this place and is a very attractive tao failure of tho bank. Robertson county turnpike raiders Unable to steer It or uosconu. nations day morning. 1 congratulato tho young young lady. of men la advancu and wish the young lahave Introduced a variation by threatFETCHLE all consumed and only two gallons MUs Isabel Perkins, who Is to bo If ho water left. Unless rescued within 48 dles a long, happy life. May real llfo married to Larz Anderson June 10, Is ening to lynch a letter carrier WILLIAM SHELTON, President. does not stop paying turnpike tolls. Galewoll." prove to bo as blessed as tho romantic hours all must perish. the greatest heiress in Boston. She living near BirCharles Gllllland, The Second Session of 1896.97 Tho Princess Troubetskoy, known and may their brightest hopes be re- only has tho interest on $17,000,000 at mingham, Ala., cut his HarUlvus as alized. under her maiden of Amcllo tho present time, but within a year she ho had OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. Tho patrons of tho colored school In will come Into possession of this money. ris Patton, to death because the author of "Tho Quick or the Dead" For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our New Catawhipped tlio former's little sou. Is n patient In a private sanitarium In this city had a very exciting election Besides this she Is an only child and Is Employes of Jones & Laughlln, Pitts- logue Address, MRS. KAXNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky, Philadelphia, having been completely for trustee last Saturday, resulting In tho heir apparent to hor mother's forburg, Pa., to the number of 11,700, have broken down In her work on another the election of Henry Tovls by .'Jl tune', which amounts to more than gone on a strike. Their places will be votes. Tevis was running In the Internovel. men. tilled by W. Fletcher, who has taught George Hinckley, of Portsmouth, O., est of Mr. John Stout and Miss Patty GenTheodore Durrant has been granted a rigid prohibitionist, was bitten by a tho school for several terms. Fletcher try of Danville, will bo married to- an appeal to tho United States aipromo HE copperhead snake and although whisky has considerable Inlluouco with his race morrow at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. court and he will not bo hanged next has been proscribed by a half dozen und the leaders, la a republican con- Solon P. Eastland, Danville. The Friday at Qulnten, Cal. vention, ruled him out on one occasion groom Is In business with his brother-in-ladoctors ho refuses to touch It. A balloonist named Walters fell from Capt. E. M. Llllard, in DanIsJ Receiving his- Austin Gollaher, who died last week because ho opposed their man. In tho his balloon when he had reached tho 1)3, was tho last last Congressional race ho und his folIs a man of wealth and social ville, and in Hardin county, aged Clrclevllle, Iowa, of 100 feet Is a nlbco of height instantly at killed. und was of the many thousand who claimed to lowers were strong Smith men and op- position. MUs Gentry DavUon faetldu. It is now James II. Engleman, of the A bank toller at Dover, Del., is $33,- have romped with Lincoln on the green posed tho Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. 000 short aud missing. claimed that in order to conciliate him Bank. country school. .award of a Mr-Murt- ry K3I llmt-olan- Minium!. II. Clay Iliimllion has withdrawn from tho rants for police j'ldjjo. On Tliurriduy niliia Inryo barn to Ilunry l'aiiurpoii was Luckily thore wai no utoolc and hut little provender in It. School Superiiitondt'iit .1. Hunt has llnlihed the oousiis for this year. It tdimvs 'I.O'IO whlto children in thu m'IiooI uu, beinjj 71) h than thu number Mated last y;ar, and l,'J.'il colored children, or three more than thu eon-bumu- d. white republicans helped to elect Tov-Iwho was running in his interest. It is said that even Congressman Davison wrote a letter to parties here to be sure to elect Fletcher's man. This way ol mixing schools and politics is not approved by the opposition and th.'j claim to have 100 substantial colored men who will support the democratic ticket. In fact the bet informed oj thu colored race are beginning to reals, i -- 3E EBS B it, i S 0 S S ffl ize that thuy hnve only exchanged a l e DH S .53 0 0 S S IS B ffl ffl aa e ante-bellu- 1c.-- pBl , With Our Special Values ! i Fine Suits $10, $12, $15. -- 1 elect-factio- vice-preside- Good All Wool Suits $7, STRA W HA TS. SUMMER UNDERWEAR- -- ee SHOES. En-de- rs 1 court-aous- so-call- o, METAL ROOFING. NT cont-den- co ic-stor- FLOORING, &5gj SIDING, A. CSIHE, 1 STANFORD, KY. CEILING, do-mu- y, FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence-- j Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, I I I- 40,-(k- S: Feed of Every Sort Car-Loa- THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. St Hob-liiso- u S J. H. BAUCHMAN CO. i g. Heat-tyvll- lo Prescriptions Fl-le- n, It PENNY'S DRUG STORE. COLLEGG. l j.i $1 -i STANFORD son-in-la- $20,-000.00- 0. l. non-unio- n H. C. RUPLEY, 3-T- MERCHANT TAILOR -- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. i'' -t .- v -- r .s.i Aj-- f . i M't--- ' - rV. - , mmmmmmmmpmmmmm Amuu iitt.rMrjUw.aBj'M nr , cm , -- j"y'" .f 1.1,1 ii !. . . ii i ii mi pmigtii'iiinniinppitf nrfdUBH 't1"!UI ') SiWrfUTMlH "' t M ? lr granulated sugar TilKUK is both THE INTERIOR . .. . 1...1., .. ,r..t.. to the action of the court of appeals ad. and a gasoline famine In Stanford. on Its civilization, aiml.i miuiu uiu dkjrrtuelul to all concerned. A journlng on account of the democratic Go to George Kxteln's and get your June 8, 1S97 Negro had been convicted and sentenc- convention. Hut there Isn't much dif- clothes cleaned, pressed and dyed. Ho Stanford. Ky.. clothes. ed to 20 years for raping n whlto wo- ference. The convention has named pays cash for secoud-hanof m mm man and was In the custody of the jail "a man who" will swim the river W. P. WALTON. The wife of Hugh Halley, colored, er, when demonstrations 01 mou viu- - succe and drown thu republican ele sheriff, phant In the swimming. Covington died Sunday and was burled yesterday. 1iiim became umntrcnt. The She had been sick for along time. DEMOCJtATIC TICKET. who has such power in Ohio, called out Loiumonwealtn. This is what Hlaekburn Mild In his company of soldiers and pine- local Noka IIooa.v, a colored woman, was Fo Ap'late Cl'k; S.J. SHACKELFORD the.1 .... .1. ....'. .. ..1 w, mu .,ll j...v- ...w vu.. . . eu iiieiii uii uukj 111 .t. Jim. Tim- ttinll 'iinnfiinllim SlliOH'h llhoilt boltOOrUts! ''I placed in jail Saturday on tho charge " Circuit Judge, M C.SACFLEY. continued to rather and to throw mud would have the gates thrown wide open of perjury. She will bo tried this Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. and stones at the young soldiers, and for the return of every honest demo- court. " Repreaentatiic, - M. F. SOUTH. when finally they made a more violent crat who has been Itttl astray. Hut the " County Judge, - . & LYXX. were not led astray. They behis men to J. V. BKLuEN, tho paralytic, asks us " County Clerk; - GEO. Ii. COOPER. attack, the sheriff ordered and wound- leaders their party, and let it bo your tosay that he Is agent for tho Lexington trayed fire. One round killed four " County Attorney, IIA RVFY HELM. ed a number of others and the men duty to see that thov stay out of tho Steam Laundry and will greatly appren;rr,,;t Clerk. J. F. IIOLDAM. .. were preparing to fire a second time, democratic party. You can't get them ciate any work given him. SAML M. " Sherif, mm deback and what's more, they can't come GEO. Ii'. DEBOJW. when the mayor ordered them to " Jailer, Sl'iciDE. Chapel Heath, son of Dr. sist, the keys of the jail were thrown back. Purge your party and make " Abettor, - - C a. HAKER. odious. The danger that lies Heath. of Richmond, committed suicide taken inf. LAXDGRAF. to the mob and the wretcli swung out treasonyou Is disintegration, because by shooting himself in a Cincinnati Coroner, - up. before more dead than alive and Supt. School, GARLAND JIXGLETOX hotel. Ho was in Stanford a few days The infuriated mob then turned their you have not yet drawn the lines tight ago and has a sister hero. attention to the sheriff, who had to run enough. I counsel conservatism so far THE greatest gathering of Confeder- yff to save his lifo. That the penalty as the rank and file of our strayed breth- Ho received a bullet in the huad when ate soldiers and sailors slnco they laid for rape In Ohio Is Inadequate may be ren are concerned, but I counsel tho young and was subject to fits of insanidown their arms in 1S6T. will occur at law, and guillotine and the gallows for the trai- ty. ' Gen. John B. true, but that is a fault of the Nashville, June mob, which tors who led them away." While attempting to catch an old from Georgia. Is there was no excuse for the Gordon, would receive the execration of the enfamily horse, which was out grazing, commander of the United Confederate Mr. John Toinllnson, of McKlnney, now 97J1 tire Northern press if the deed had News Briefly Told Veterans, of which there are been done in the South. The victim met with a painful accident. The ancamps. Most of these with thousands Barney Gray was killed In Leo coun- imal turned and kicked just as he reach was a Negro too and ho was supposed gun. of others who do not belong to the to be In tho house of his friends, but ty by tho bursting of his ed him and ono of his feet struck Mr. camps will be there and it will be a reevis the 10th to Tomlltison in tho face, breaking a jaw Tho Urbana lynching human nature is the same nearly years ago union of spirits who erywhere and men will continue to occur in Ohio In the last 20 years. bono and otherwise disfiguring him. had but a single thought that of pro- make examples of Negro brutes who A boy at Greene, la., while attemptinstitu-tn- n tecting their homes and the The "Mock Conference" of tho young crimes on white women wheth- ing to unload a gun, killed his two sisthov regarded as sacred. These commit preachers from Asbury College closed er they do so in Maine or Mississippi. ters. men are the flower of the earth and II. S. Towne and wife were drowned yesterday after tho red hottest relihave lived and thrived without am anu It is announced that tho boltocrats while bathing in the gulf at Galveston, gious service over seen in Stanford without pensions. Business of vital will nominate V. U. Yost for appellate and most of tho young men left for tho importance to every soldier will bo clerk and that the republicans will en- Tex. Alexandria, work assigned them during vacation. Fire on the river front at transacted as steps will be taken to pro- dorse the nomination. Yost, It will be 4."0.000 to Rev. W. S. Griuitcad preached for destitute veter- remembered, was superior judge and Va.. caused a loss of from vide for thu sick and them yesterday on "The Suieriority of .100,000. ans thMr wives and children, see that hails fiom Muhlenberg county. He The M. V. Monarch Distillery Com- Grace over Gifts," and gave them some the graves of their dead are properly I strayed from democracy last fall and Is Owensboro, has made an as excellent advice, warning them to shun marked, secure the best methods to slowly but surely finding his way into puny, at fanaticism while prosecuting tho holihave an Impartial history ot tne war thn ronuhlican fold. He is a man of signment. llx tho loss on ness work. After the sermon there The official appraisers published, provide a monument for tremendous physical proportions, but e by lire at was a testimony, song and Davis and assist in nature seems to have made a mistake the Lexington court-housJefferson service, in which laughter, tears $:il,H)l.3T. the promotion and completion of the and located his brains in his paunch in Miss Carrie Kearn. of Paris, mistook and shouts commingled and all seemed Conproposed "Battle Abbey." Every stead of his head and to have given fpom filled with an enthusiasm born of the q mA ' federate of this vicinity should make it him an incessant itch for office. He Is blessing they have found. The meeta point" to go. Pleasant accommoda- not responsible for the deformity which the effectLewis, colored, was hanged at ing has been both a pleasant and profJames tions will be provided and the L. & N. can not be remedied, but ho is likely to on a itable one. More than 25 have proround-tri- p fare down to the be cured of the disease if ho persists in Fairfax. Va., for criminal assault has put the fessed conversion and sauctillcation whlto woman. nominal figure of $4.00, tickets good the intention imputed to him. Myron Reed. Eugene Debs and oth- and at Sunday night's service 1 IS tes10 to go 21st to 23d and to return in colony tified that they had received that jwaco What is life without an office? ers will try their days. that passe th all understanding. Many Nothing to some men who seem to find scheme in Utah. earthquake was felt near young ladies and others who had taken called a conven- no charm In It unless they are holding A severe The boltocrats have tion to meet at Louisville, July 14, to down a place, however unremunera-tive- . Helena, Butte, Bozeman and Deer Interest In tho meetings followed tho young men to tho depot yesterday, nominato a candidate for appellate Indian Agent Olive, of Georgia, Lodge, Montana. John Johnson, who shot and danger-ousl- y where after singing a song, they bade clerk. County conventions will be on being removed from office in Utah Injured John Hudson at Bowling them a tearful adieu. Revs. C. A. held the Saturday previous and the to make way for a republican, decided Bromley, C. II. Neal, W. E. Goldring, delegate for that he was unequal to the conflict in Green, was captured. representation will be one White, uged 20 years, was C. W. Terhune, E. T. Raney and W. for Cleveland in the battle for bread without the butter, Henry every 200 votes cast Other hanged at Columbus, Ga., for the mur- E. Smith remained and will labor In 1892. The matter might have been and immediately slew himsef. this section fora while. Mr. Goldring, much more simplified: by calling all men with an insatiable desire for office der of three policemen. Wright, of Winder, Ga., was who Is from Jamaica, was to have lecthose who voted for Palmer and Buck-ne- r might emulate this bright example. Ed together. Leiderkranz Hall would murdered from ambush while on his tured on his country and Its tropical plants at Rowland last night. Ho onALL the nominees of the April con- way to sec his sweetheart. hold them easy enough and they would ly charges 10c and the money Is to aid transportation will doubt- vention in Louisville, save perhaps one all go since Miss Nannie Dovaslcr Is In jail at furnii-hethem. That broken or two, made haste to enter the prima- Bowling Green, charged with fatally him in the completion of his theologicless be al education. There seems to bo a ry of June 22, and there are 175 candifraud, W. D. down and Illegitimate child. offices. This Insures injuring her general regret on thu part of thosu who of Indianapolis, was present at dates for colored, clmrircd attended the meetings that they ai e Saturday and but one democratic ticket and makes m,ni.iiw Plnk.rtnn. the meeting in Louisville cut his over. The singing, which was unusucampaign. It is just success sure. Charles D. Jacobs and with murdering his advised a vigorous in the jail at Laport, Ind. ally fine, caught tho attention of many, such fellows as Bynura that helps to Postmaster Weaver will contend for throat Win. Bybee, a saloon keeper, was while tho religious feeling that pervakeep the factions of the party aparf tho mayorality nomination. riddled by shot in Mt. Sterling, his j ded the services caused others to go ai.d His only hope for a salary is from the meeting will bo tarry The to wounds being nearly 30 in number. gold bugs who are paying him POLITICS Richmond long remembered and cherished by is trying to earn discord and he Tho stockholders of tho will hold a con Pulaski the pittance that he is paid. There vention at democratsJuly 17 to select a National Bank voted to reduce tho those who found the second blossii g Somerset capital stock from $200,000 to $100,000. as well as those who got good out of will doubtless be a fusion of the boltocounty ticket. bids tho young men God crats and republicans, but it will avail Returns from SS counties show a to- - It. Stanford G rover Cleveland declines to act as speed and Invites them to come among of renothing. The people are tired age, a before the arbi- tal of 424,000 children of school us again whenever it is convenient. publican rule and republican promises, counsel for Venezuela In these counties of nearly decrease Among the preachers were three Canever fulfilled and will not tration tribunal. which are Francis M. Griffith has been nom- 4.000. nadians, one from Jamaica and sovoral be led estray again. Tbe nominee of An unknown man jumped from the by the democrats the Frankfort convention will bo inated for Congress and was from other States. It got out that Indiana district to suc- Big Four bridge at Louisville Japanese and Rev. Ci. elected or all signs of popular dis- of the Fourth drowned. "I'm off," he said, as ho there was ono ceed Holman. R. B. Kinney was taken for him and content over prevailing circumstances Charles W. Metcalf. of Pinevllle, leaped. was eyed with go for naught. Sixty one young ladies and 21 young when ho appeared ho who made a splendid race for the nommuch curiosity, greatly to his own dismen will graduate from tho Male and The democratic nominee for appel- ination for secretary of State, is an Femalt. High School at Louisville, comforting and to the enjoyment of his late clerk, Mr. Samuel J. Shackelford, avowed candidate for that oftlco again. friends. 1(1. Tho sinking fund commissioners June of Owensboro, although a little past30, of cattle In Western Tho value has been sheriff pf two counties, Hop- have advertised for bids to close July NOTICE ! $2,000,000,000, $500,000 worth of bonds or- America Is estimated at was sergeant-at-arm- s 15, for the kins and Daviess, and or fivu times that of all the cattle in Crab Orolwil now 1ms tlm llni'xt tonsorlnl of the Senate during the long dered to be bold by act of the Legislaurtiit In thoo. Jiitry in thuit.'ronf Samkki. Australia. . terra a few years ago. He is a man of ture. and Huvkkmoki:. who li;ui(IK's tlio Five large water tanks fell five . sto- - razor In oxH;rt Mylv. full on him wlii-fine uddrc&s and will make friends .ii.ni",wt ries from a New ork building, bury want u clfiiii shuvoiir stylMi Imlreut. STou in an lniurview ,,u,t,,.nnininiiv,ti),,. . ..... 1I1U1UI1U, UAiircssuD ni v. wherever he goes. Ho is a born politi- T.lt un- wires most democratic party will win at tho next ing two men. The contractors are cian and has worked the ! .1 i!h,i tliii I.;in U'ill lx thft UL' ui successfully, with such men as Urey ..l,,...l An infant of Cooper Bennett, In Woodson and others to help him. Un- same as it was last year. county, died from Injuries Administrator, and mu'li AM guardian-.Senator Deboo refused to indorse Daviess by der the arrangement Gus V. Richardcaused its mother spilling boiling who liuw not inailo a sciilvini'iit with tho Sterling son, one of his opponents, is to be his Ben W. Hall for tho Mt. Lincoln County Court In th hiit two yt'iirx u ns luTihv notllU'd to como forward at oiico Hall seeks to remove tho pres- coffee on it. chief deputy, and Owen Cochran anTlio heads of a number of Cuba pa iigitlnit prowi-di-or they will other deputy. The office pays the en- ent incumbent, whose commission does ct ficos, killed by the Spaniards, were anil si'ttle to law. V. L. DAWs'ON. 7, not expire for two years. cumbent 84,000. The deputies get mkio Lincoln loiuiiy loun. on pikes as a warning to A gentleman from Danville, stopping exhibited and $2,000 respectively. Tho final tnor uuonna. vote in the convention, which was on at tho Emery, says that 50 men who of D. S. McKinley, confidence and' Jonathan Smith, tho murderer tho 10th ballot, was, Shackelford f."8, voted for Deputy Sheriff Patterson, in Monroe, Greene 533, Lincoln," Casey and Gar- prosperity, participated In the demo- - county, was captured In Tennessee. He rard voting for the winner. "Keg" cratic primaries there, thereby shift- ' bo lynched. Will carry a lurwer Mock of Furniture of all klmli En- wllUell cho.iprr than Mason ran up to 12 votes and was ing their sentiments.-Clnein- natl thin year than ' Convict Sinclair, who "escaped" anybody Plowi: Tho Oliver Chillo.1, Vulcan. dropj)ed on the Gth ballot under the pulror. SliuT Sti'fl and Cli.it t.iniMnf ami oinU of all Congressman Joseph W. Bailey, of from tho Frankfort penitentiary In tho kinds. Cultivators and Dniilile HiurrW, all Malta rule adopted by tho convention. For hi tho world. Farmers, call in and make, the treat-racof get any tiling you want from u liuy itoun. tho time ho spent in becking the nomi- Tcxasrthe Houso leader of tho democ- - nick of time, is given the bestsince his Kcs.cctfully, l. S. CAUI'KSTEH. has como out llatly for tho re- ment by the ' prison officials nation, he did well and has no reasons j On the contrary nomination of William Jennings Bry- - return. discouraged. to feel ho is In fine spirits and will sec that his un for president in 1900 but he wasn't , Percy Stackhouse, son of tho Rev. T. very hot for him in 181MI, though ho c. Stackhouse, wan shot and badly county docs the nominee proud. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror . wounded by J. Breckinridge Payne at made speeches for the ticket. couu- nominated Ellis There is nothing left now but for Tho president hasYork, to be treas-- . tho Stackhouse homo In Fayetto drove Lancaster, : Kentucky. ty. They fell out because Payne Courier-Journto go H. Roberts, of New and Post the f ...1 TT n.t fltnfl uuiou body and soul over to tho republicans, urer oi mo unueu ounuo, mm fsittn too fast. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndi-Porters is hopo yet for the Times, if N. Jordan to bo assistant treasurer at lablo. Kveiything but there 81) m2ct all trains ItMily t lleoelvo It. Kmmott Logan is given half a show. New York City. Mr. Jordan is tlio go," utpresent assistant treasurer at New "I shall kss you goodby when I Both of the first named have been ho said. terly discredited by tho party to which York and u boltocrut. K ft torjL, "Leave mo instantly," sho replied, A fusion of tho boltocrats and repubthey formerly gave allegiance and they Lampoon. BowHarvard can do nothing now but fret and fume, licans has been effected iu tho no constituency to do them honor ling Green district. It is anything for with TImi Jeioester. office with certain fellows who have but their former enemies. You remember that person named Leicester! played out in their own party and want Well, nobody ever yet goioester Ae. Twm her way, of tho 24th Ohio district to get into tho other by tho sliding Republicans Nln&tcen go in- To nit down tn qult boars each dy, and relcexter nominated James A. Garfield, a son of scale, not having the courage to Detroit Journal. to it direct. late president, for State Senator. the 11 I .. ium-was the For oneo a mob bus triumphed ovor The Lonisvillu Times compares Nut-tn- ll It occurred at Urbana, adjournment of his court by .Judge JOURNAL tho military.of Ohio, which prides itself to see the elephant swim the river, in the State I Additional Local. IF FOR - SOMETHING STRIKING m You nre after we now hnvo it and in grc.itcr alitindnnrc than over before it you In two ways. 1st, with vuthusiiKiii win-- joti see the goods and 'Jnd Mail-lin- g when you hear tlio price. Don't take our word for it hut tend our piiiis Tliey do the talking d . .... CLOTHING $2.50 . . For u lino gray Caiiinere Suit q th 5, UU-ft- vasr $5.00 $8.00 50c lluys a tine Nine, llluek or Urey Cheviot Suit worth :!) cltunhurc Ii our upccial price on our Urown l'lnid Fu"t for this week. They aro stylish in cut, clegint in inatei Inland workmanship. They fit faultlessly. well-know- n For Hoys' WimImuIo Sailor foliar Suits. Just the thin for amniiif r. 22-2- 4. At $1.00. At $1.50ourand $2. Is Hoys' Nice Cnsinicre Suits in size i lo 1 1 years. Special Price on a line line of I leu fur Siiiln in nil 'iiv- -, worth double thctuunev elsewhere. 30-o- UHDEBWEU I 50c Cients' Underwear for Hot L'ndeiwenr. HuyKa fu 1 , suit of lialbriggnn. 60 ContS Huys n suit of fine ltnlbriggnu in nil colors Kunrnutcud not to fade. A ipnilily usually Mild at il per Miit. Csayi.ndles' Veits nt fie and 10c each; worth double the money "X&a I - I i hand-shakin- g NicoSwi ltihbed Vests; Kcru or While with Tapped neck (Juality never o'd uiiihr 'Joe. For 24c the tinosl Swiss HiblH-d-. Horn or white pointed yoke. A 10c quality. c have evur SHOICS and OX FO I IDS. Our sdioesalo have exceeded any ihlnj; siulT at n reasonable price done before 50c It is because wo have the for Ladies' O.vfoids, black or tan. At Our toe sliper with buckle nnd bow tan, n beauty. At f 50, the ox blood in the Intent style 'Newton" toe, worth id. The Cli,nr piice before you UwnysK-'- t max of the Carpet and Curtain m'asoii is here buy At 15c, Patent Shade Curtain, well worth '2'k. At "'c n linen with patent roll and in handsome design.-- . For 15c 15 and 25c. mid arms 'up-to-date- 1 i, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UHHANSKY fc CO, I'liorRinciw. Emi- T. D. KANEY, Man.uieu. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrencebiir. f'yuthinna, Versaille, nence, Georgetown, Eliznhetlilou. Frankfort, nnd Mauckport, Ind. in n CLEARANCE SALE! Carpets, Mattings, Hugs, Wall Paper, Ac I will oiler for sale choicest patterns, repardless of Cost, Thl s unc of the vciy d b By-nu- 80-od- d son-in-la- I , for-me- nt s' Must be made In order to make room for some largd purch.i e of Furntiuie which aro now under construction in the iliUcrent factories. Your Its' and only chance to buy Matting cheap A dividend of '25 cr cent n imuntly declared upon every silver dollar rolled Into my house. Now could you makeone fourth of n dollar easier thon by saving it in a legitimate purclinse? Iu finish and detign my entire stock In right up to dMe nnd will be priced on tbe Lowest Cusli itasls. Great Sacrifice Sale I IV. W. WITHERS. STANFORD. , . PAINT.BsJ2DyLEAD. lleyoml doubt we hnvo the best Heady mixed Paint on diemarkcl. I OILS, VARm$f)G$, (0L0K$, At Lowest Cash Prices, ORAIG r-i- "- Sc HOCKER -- ., scN-o- m uA-vi- v. i r -- .. NOTICE . 1 "" . .,, UODGKCAKinG HY post-offic- e. S3,-0- 00 ',.,,, CARPENTER, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Saddles, Hridles, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Room Opposite Court-Hou- se -- J. C. MCLARY. "mMW.'Mr-w.ijr- er y, t w jw ).tf.tfyx''Xr..x..r.Fyr'l'.vyM'vr..yr.Ir.Ivr.I. . .w.-;hm.m- . Ky mm . fcj Tdi l Mason Hotel fust-clus- s. LmH!0i Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected slock of General Merchandise and aro now prepared to al 1. A ? I I Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an ovory-day, Our stock of suit to a wedding oiittlt. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ohinnwarc, Glassware, Queonswarc, &c was never more compVte FARRIS uo- iainM -- A HARDIN, n mm,? iirt lwniii AltwWII HN ifcfl'i 4.'t-- 'J fmUM.Jki. .j t .jfafe nrfwi . fa.ti.. fieA b4b4a , .- ,- iy u if "4n ttm u- - -- rr j,. ; ; j- - ii in.jTevi",i?Ji jwwwi ij s9ppy iTyrrfr w jlEifff """"rd m '' pursuits Munday ruturncil from ' FLOWKit Crocks and .lard inloros of all E'li: hunters wore as thick as hops School lit Howling Green kinds at Warren .fc Shanks'. hero yesterday to get tho grey geldTub weather has been cool again ing's 'llticnce. They worried tho would-b- e rj Little Hr.ujin.v White is very 111 with showers yesterday and warmer. statesman so much on the street that Mr. StanI'OHO, Kv.. ho was compelled to secure a hole In Iunk 8 ' 1807 wlHifovcrat Ills wtll bo fair and cooler. J' Kouben Williams.' which to hide. ....,.. ... . A thn notod law- I iiavb on sale at my gallery picK. C Walton, Hrsi.visjs Tin: HI Duddor.ir tract of land, conMa.vaiiek. yer, Col. T. l Hill nnd a sketch of his tures of old Hush Branch Campbolllto taining .'!." or JO acres, situated at foot useful life will appear in our next is- - church. A. J. Earn, Photoirranhor. of Halls Gap, will bo sold in front or' I HE best 1h cheapest. That's why sue. our imlntri, load and oil are cheapest. in Stunford, June II. coun-- , Ckaio JacKMAN was jerked down court-hous- e Jambs B. Cook, of Hustonvillc, is IVnny's Drugstore. horo having a lot of printing gotten by a horo ho was holding by tho hal- ty court day, at about 2 p. m. Terms out for Crittenden Springs, of which ter tho other day and had his collar made known on that day. Mrs. Kate P. Miller, Ex'tr., fee. bono broken. he is one of tho managers. PERSONALS. TllKllt legion of friends horo are in THANKS. John Engloman, tho best Gave Him tub Slip. Marshal It. Conn, Jit., wont to Klchmond receipt of Invitations to tho marriage gardenor In Lincoln county, has tho Pence, of Howland, arrested Joso Bel- court yotorduy. of Miss Ellon Granger Owsley, daugh- H. M.'h thanks for some of his new po- den Sunday night for shooting on tho Oil. K. .1. Hhown wont up to Rockter of Mrs. Ellon Letcher Owsley, to tatoes which are as large as goose eggr. street and took him to hishouso fortho castle to boo huvoral patients. Mr. Win. Hobiuson Cook, which will night. Yesterday morning when ho .1. C. McClaiu Id enlarging his resHBV. G. (J. SMITH, the sanetlflcation was occur at tho Christian church, Lancaspreparing to tako him before the idence on illghentlon Mtroet. ter, at S p. m., Juno 10th. preacher, showed us a coin yesterday judge, Boldon gave him the slip and Mlts. Nannie Weakkn went to Lexmade In Spain in 172.'f. it a ha not since been soon. ington Friday to visit her brother. few years ago whero an old house was HOME NEWS, IlAltVEY STONE, the lineman, Is AN old follow from Hnrrodsburg by torn down in Hoekcastle. down with Inllammatory rheumatism. Ski: Hanks' floral crepe tissue. the name of Steele was drawn here by Disagkkbi). The jury in the suit of tho holiness Ml.ss IlKUTIK UlLTON, who has boon holdCaiids engraved; latest stylo; line Owsley Evnns' administrator against ing forth on meeting and has been very 111 of apHindlo!tls, Is improving. the streets to any crowd work. W. B. McHoborts. tho Southern railroad at Versailles who would listen to him. He is eviMiss MAKY WOODSON, of the West Caiipbt and paper your house while failed to agree and were discharged. It dently unbalanced mentally nnd Is more Knil, Is the guoat of Mrs. Ed Wilkinwill bo remembered that Mr. Evans the object of pity than ridicule. Ho is son. Withers' special sale Is on. was run over and killed and the suit said to bo ono of Dlt. J. H. Wiley, of lUooinlngton, tho Hev. Lasley's Black Enamel Hoof Paint. Guar was for $.'10,000 damages. Danville converts. III., M!tit several days hero prospectanteod to last five years. For sale by ing. EVBltYliODY U invited to attend the Commbncembnt. A rarer day nevKey. S. M. Looan spent Saturday Craig & Hocker. Memorial Day services of the Odd Feler shone in leafy June than gladand Sunday with relatives at HlchSki: our samples of paints and wall lows at tho Presbyterian church at 2 dened the hearts of those who attended niond. paper ami get our prices before pur o'clock y and to assist in tho deco- tho beginning of tho commencement d chasing. Mits. Nannie W. Owens, of ration of the graves In Buffalo Cemete- exercises at the Presbyterian W. II. McHoborts. church Falls, is visiting Mrs. S. M. p.m. Conveyances will bo at Sunday. ry at it The sky was cloudless, the H. G. Hall bought Tub Paragon says Owens. the church for widows, orphans nnd atmosphere was cool and Invigorating John Meiek ha- - boon confined to his a eottage on College Street in Somor mothers of deceased brothers. and all nature seemed to smile henig- sot of C. W. Adams for $1,100. room for several days with a stomach ne A STOCK dividend of 2.) percent, will uuiiiiy on mo picasani. occasion. trouble. Wash Harris.aged bo paid to tho stokholdors of tho First teachers and pupils, the latter arrayed Dlt. It. H. HoiMUCAN, of Marlon, 0, died at his homo near Highland Friin snowy white, filed Into tho crowded nH?tit several days with Mr. and Mrs. day and was buried In tho family bury- National Bank of Stanford Juno 22, on tho presentation of their certificates. building at 11 and when tho choir II. C. Huploy. ing ground the following day. Ho was This will bo the final dividend on the broke forth with "Praise God from Miss Mattib Thompson, of Lan- a clover man and a n characstock reduction of jlOO.000, so plea-- o Whom all Blessings Flow,'" the scene caster, spent several days with MUs ter. mall to tho bank or present your cer- nnd tho musie was transjorting, for Maggie Bright. Mlts. Job Cokit.v and Joe Lynn are Wiiilk returning homo from town tificate in person, in order that you tho ladies never looked lovelier, nor down from Livingston the gliosis of Friday, Mr. John F. Cash's horse be- may receive your dividend promptly. uui thoy ever display such pretty gowns nor millinery so lavishly came frightened and ran away. He J. S. Hooker, President. Mrs. H. Williams. with flowers. The ehoir sang was thrown out, but with tho exception Mil. 1. I. NUNNiu.Lr.Y went up to Somewmat of a Cow Haisbil Mr. a couple more of hymns, Miss Mary HIchmoud Saturday to difx)c of a of a slight cut on one of his hands ho Junior; A. Dudderar, of tho Gilberts Cowan sang a solo and she and her was not hurt. bunch of yearlings. Creek section, has boon particularly handsome sister, Miss Mabel Cowen, Miss Josephine Keid, who has Dbath. Mrs. Goorgo Martin, who lucky with his cows and starting with who Is also highly gifted with a splenboon attending college at ('luudnlc. O., was a daughter of Logan Murphy, and ono or two, ho no a has a decent drove. did voice, a beautiful duet. Misses Maroturnod homo Friday. l)oou ill of consumption for a Several years ago it was printed in ry Cowen and Clara Merohon nnd I'ASlllBit H. G. Hah., of Somerset, who has long time, died Friday, aged about 10. those columns that ono of his cows had Messrs. Joe F. Waters and C. A. Moore spent Sunday with his mother hero. Her husband and one grown child are raised three calves In a single year and sang a quartette, all of which was Ho drove up In a buggy. now ho tells us that another has greatly enjoyed. Tho preacher, Hev. left to fool her loss. Mlts. J. C.MtVBU Jones, of Kansas had livu in three years: twins twice J. F. Williams, of the Baptist church City, will arrive to visit her with their fami- nnd ono once. All aro living and three at Harrodsburg, then read Matthew 20 mother, Mrs. Martha (Jrimos. lies to tho number of .'10 have already out of tho live are fair milkers. and took for his text the 13th verse, Miss Maky Cash Is at homo from signified their Intention to attend tho i Hamilton College, from which she Tin: New Clbmbns. Capt Thomas fromofwhich he delivered n discourse at Nashville and thoy will full practical truths, eloquently ex brought a well merit eu diploma. leave here on the .'1:1') train on the 21st, Htchards Is in luck. He has accepted pressed. Ho Is a fine orator, a gentle Mlts. Daisy Uakbh and Mr. CJ. A. arriving in Louisville in time to catch the management of tho New Clemens Walter, of Kingsvillc, wore quests of tho veteran social leaving there at House at Danville, which has been man of distinguished appearance and friends hero Sunday and yesterday. thoroughly remodeled, renovated and made a decided impression on the au noon. Mlts. H. H. Cltow and children are refurnished by Its owner, Mr. Mueolm dience. At tho conclusion of tho ser Maici: Biticic A. M. Ponce, W. Wclslger, at a cost of S10.0J0. Tho mon tho choir sang with the spirit and Will visiting the family of Hon. J. A. Mitchell and other friends at Bowline Green. of this place, and Walter Crooning, of captain tells us that It Is the most ele- understanding tho song "Stand Up for Jesus," nnd the largo crowd dispersed. Iltistonville, a partnership John H. Hpciianan, who returned to and will beginhave aformeddays to mako gantly furnished hotel In the Stato, no President Win. Shelton and Hovs. W. few in single room costing less than $200 to Louisville yostonlay, tells us that his S. Grinstoad and J. T. Sharrard took in ev father, Col. Buchanan, is somewhat brick on a largo scale. Mr. Ponce's furnish, and that It is old yard will bo used and a machine ery particular. Mr. Weislger promises part In tho services. The next of the better. exercises wtll be the display at tho Mlts. John V. Hoot and her moth with a capacity of '21,000 jer day has that ho shall start oil with .'15 loardors Collego Wednesday art Ihjcii ordered. afternoon, which at least. He will also accommodate the cr, Mrs. Eliza Lackey, are visiting the will bo enlivened by music. Tho an hitter's sister, Mrs. Janu Hallow, in Tub Louisville Times, and other bob transient trade. While our people will nual concert occurs Thursday night at Garrard. toeratlc paiors, with space to throw regret to have tho captain and his fam- Walton's Opera House and the com ily leave us, thoy aro rejoiced at his UAl'OII-MAMlSSBS ALICE AND DOHA away, aro engaged In tho unattainable mencement at tho same place at 10 arrived from D.iuvillu yesturday. ctTort of trying to make a silk puree out good future and hope he will strike a o'clock Friday, all free except tho conMiss Alice has boon attending College of a sow's oar, that Is to say thoy aro gold mine. Ho is a born host and the cert, to which an admission fee of 25 at Nashville. trying to make Bo?s Davison a great New Clemens will step at once in to cents will bo charged: Jloo for reserved Nathan Elliott, son of Prof. Mil- man. Tho story which it published jwmilar favor. The family will leave seats. ton Elliott, of Maytiold, will represent Friday about his likeness to Dingley. inabout a week. ClltcciT CouitT convened at 9 a. m. that town In the Chautauqua Orator! of Maine, and another follow, isn't! The following school trustees, elect yesterday, when tho following grand oal contest at Lexington. worth space oven on toilet paper. ed Saturday, have boon reported to suMiss Isaiiblla Hailky returned perintendent, Miss Kate Hlulu: In jurors wero sworn in: Dr. T. No IlrsiiAND Yet.-- - Mrs. Freed man, Saturday from Mexico, Mo., where she Stanford, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon boutG. Moore,J.S. Bohon, W. M. Curtis, D.R. who was deserted by her husband hero, T. Harris. Houben Williams, has been attending College, looking L. Penny and In tho Stanford colored, J. D. Boone. J. M. Cash. Robert Bur writes Mrs. Mark llaidiu that she has Edmund Simpson of health and Ixmtily. the picture beat Win. Lackey'. Boss Davison Is back from Wash- had no tidings from him yet and that Hustonvillc, J. B. Adams; HllTo dis- nett, W. T. Holdam, W. G. Ronton, J. ington and the more decent of his con- she is still in Indianapolis doondent on trict, Emmett McConuack; Mt. Salem, A. McKeo and G. L. Murphy. Judge Sauiloy delivered tho charge stituents will bo glad to learn that ho tho chin itablo people. Sho says her Mac Wheat; Holmes district near Crab in a clear and forcible manner and children orj daily to be taken back to has apparently taken a Orchard, K. D. Noakes; Kreigor, Jas. called especial attention to the now Stanford, whore they were treated so N. Smith; bath. Pleasant Point, J. 11. Loach; Glasgow News says that Hev. kindly by Mrs. Hardin and others. Mrs. Locust Grove, W. P. Grimes; Smith's Martin law against mobs of all kinds, Tin: and turnpike raiders In particular, and W. E. Ellis has taken the lecture Held Freedman is still of tho opinion that School-HousWilliam Eason; o inveighed in strong against and is making as great a namo for him- her husband has destroyed himself, but W. P. Stephenson; Floyd's disprobably there Is no such good luck fo the latter form of lawlessness, chargself in that lino as a minister of the Schoot-Houstrict, W. B. MoMullon; Ellison ing tho jury to tako up tho turnpike her. gospel. G. A. Caldwell; Waynosburg, cases again and makon thorough inves. C.....I... H. HitlOHT, of Ml. Sterling, Mlt. II. i Wi: have all heard of bulls In china 'n u. wwn.ll, HI.! O.lllllUJ, ii..i a. i ?..,...!. ItlUUUKl tigation und if possible indict the parspent several days here with one of the shops, but an equine in a dry goods Daugherty; Mooro's School-HousH. handsomest widows in town. He is store is considerably out of tho ordi- W. Dunnand William Cotlman; Pey- - ties guilty of tho outrages. He recounted how costly it would bo to tho circuit clerk of Montgomery and a line nary. A horse belonging to Mr. S. II. i ery nine'. ou, .i. x. varsou. payers if all the gates had to be i tax looking man. ." got scared while grazing near Interest was manifested in tho election' guarded, as they would be if further Hiiillips returned to Shanks Miss 1'eaul tho depot Friday and running down except at Hustonvillo und Mt. Salem, molestation of them was made. A her homo In Stanford the first of the Lancaster street darted into W. 11. whero considerable hustling wns done. court-hous- e full of pooplo listened to tho week, after a visit with her friends, Shanks' store at a break-nec- k speed. Cluhhkd, Jailbd and Finkij. J. words, which seemed to put the Misses Katherlue and Luello Waddoll. Ho ran back to tho stove, knocked it destruction in a now light to II. Anderson, who tarried horo awhile Somerset I'aragon. over, looked around awhile and finally and wont to Lancaster to clean old them. Dr. Bohon was made foreman Miss Maky F. Uockbk, o Hender- decided to go out. No dauiago was son, remembers us with an Invitation, done except to the stove, but Forrest clothes, came over Friday with a follow of the jury. Tho petit jury selected Is as follows: which roads: Miss Towlcs at the Sem- MeClary, who was on duty and, several named "William Clark, and proceeded ' M N. DoPauw, R. II. Cooper, J. P. inary to moot the Class of '1)7, Thurs- others, wore frightened almost out of to patronize tho numerous saloons. Ho and his partner soon got hilarious, then RifTc, W A. Beazley, Thomas Rich- day, Juno 10th. Dancing. 8 to LI. their wits. boisterous und Unnlly blasphemous. ' Is, W. II. Boone, E. B.Caldwell, Jr., Miss GKUTltUDB HoWAltl), teacher Tm: elocutionary contest at Wnlton's Marshal Nowland warned them to de- - G. E. Alford, G. D. Hopper, J. S. Mur-sis- t, of music at the Broaddus Classical and but thoy paid no attention to him, ' phy, J. P. Hubble, J. N. Menefeo, J. Scientific Institute, Clarksburg, W. Opera House, June 18, gives promise Va., favors friends hero with invita- of being one of glittering brilliancy, and when ho at last told them thoy ci- -' S. Moberley, T.C.Rankin, J. K.Baugh-the- r had to go homo or go to jail, An- man, J. E. Wright, Jr., J. T. Jones, D. tions to tho commencement which will all of tho participants being gifted in ' deroon assumed a doll. He cursed tho S. Rifle, J. J. McKinnoy, T. J. Hill, J. tho art. Miss Vera Ellis will represent occur Juno ilth. has returned Stato C61Icge, Lexington, subject "The oilicor and said ho couldn't put him in S. Hundley, A. G. Colloy, Josh Wilson, Miss Matite Hoi-pewhero sho graduated Last Hymn:" Miss Nantio Wilson jail. Nowland started to show him that and S. M. Chandler. from Nashville, Tho two cases against John Ander- with honors at tho Poabody University. Bell, Beaumont College, Harrodaburg, he could, when Anderson ran his hand oekot. The olllcor know ho son for breach of tho peace und carry-alwaShe Is now a graduate of two schools 'First Settlor's Story;" Miss Luello intohis kept an open knifo in it and as ' ing concealed weapons and the ono having previously graduated at Stan- Clark, Danville, "Tho Daughter of France;" Miss Ida May Adams, Mt. ho did so ho lot him huvo it over his1 against Amanda Iliimm for mnliclous ford Female College. prettiest girls Vernon, "The Death Brldgo of tho head with a billy. A couple of blows shooting wore stricken from tho THKEE of Stanford's tho drunken fellow to his.ot. Bon Castlgan was acquitted of aro also her fastest. They are Misses Tay:" Miss Susan Harris Woods, Stanand ho and Clark wero marched rylng concealed weapons on pcrempto-t- o Allele Saulley, Susie Labley and Pearl ford, "Vashtl;" Mrs. BossioLylo Cherjail to eat humble pie ull night, An- - j ry instructions, George Welch for Burnslde, and tho way thoy gracefully ry, Howling Green Business College, in addition nursing his head, mining a womnn was dismissed and Fisherman;" Miss Claudia glide on their bikes is enough to mako "Jack the Wllhoyto, Nleholasvllle. Tho first which bled a quart or so. Next morn- - Odio Paul released on a charge of carit man's mind go glimmering. $.'10 gold watch; ing Judgo Curson, uudcr a promUo vying concealed weapons, because Mlt. W. E. Tiiakp, of Taylor county, prize will bo an elegant them that Stanford should knowl noss Is out of tho State. Cash Butler Cook on his residence. second, a handsome $15 Paris Lamp. is helping Dr. on salo at McHoborts' them no moro forever, let them oil with for disturbing religious worship at will bo Mr. Tharpused to bo mighty handy Tickets $2.50 each. Anderson gave a Point Pleasant vas acquitted. Thocaso hammer and tho saw, but ho drug store in a few days. Miss Isabel- a fine of with tho Bailey will play a violin solo on tho check on a Lancaster bank and thoy of R. F. Campbell for shooting his wife has given them up to a great extent to la und tho rest by special ro- - struck out, poorer, tyiddcr and wo hope; was continued till y engage in tho peaceful and pleasant evening of tho contest, of the 51 cases continued till next term. wiser men. quest. of a farmer. THEIHTERIOR JOURNALS I - Summer Clothing Hot weather is 1 ! I u i m ratiil-fathur'- To-da- y ... . -- upon us You will have to get out of those heavy clothes. fit you up in can m j m Tow Linen Suits, Serge and Alapaca Coals and Vests nnd Luster Coats Suits almost any color or weight Terms strictly CASH and Prices LOW. nm tool mm?) H. A $uic& of '.- i J. McROBERTS. .TTj.1 . tstt US l"" ' i' vw.at.-yc-i .sw. i;s:c i .... -- re ..-.'.. rt.'"i JTr .z.' - "V:S;V,,J'!r'l'T.i . O .." ::. a . ''r -- r , - u ;'7v;;-it-tft1-gw- a .-l C He-foun- NEW GOODS! Wo have every thing New and Fresh; no old stock. A new line of A complete taxt F21 nsd I w. " fc is.! Toilet Articles. stock of every thing in the Drug Line. quality. ; Latest style; bcsl 4 Statiorcia-r-y-- Prescriptions DRUGGIST, STANFORD. KY 1 m m &Z. Compounded Accurately, to-da- Cum-borlau- HH IUT rr. 1.T W. B. MoROBERTS. -- SEE OUR- - DBATH.--"UncI- o" Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies CHRRIHGES, HARNESS, &C. Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. See us before buying. well-know- FRiCES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed B. K. WEAR EN & SON. to-nig- ht New Summer Goods m ?5-- re-unl- I m j -- J JUST OPENED. COME Now French Organdies at 25c. AND SEE. Spring. No better values ever offered any where. Same good we havo been selling all te 1 2 fcw kappet5, Donatio Oradies-, -t a rjj j i N Percales, Tailor Suitings, Beautiful Dimities at 61c. Splendid fn- col- or Lawns. 1c. A tho new things in Bells. K'c to 50c ( ollars and Culls in all tho new shapes. 1 ?iZ S Srf f Cv RIBBONS Piw In a I the now shades and black. Fhiis galore Laces in endltss va- riety New Lace Curtains just in. This is a money giving sale to you U w . SEVERANCE JHign & SON. i .1 much-neede- d Locust Herd Reg. Poianfl ciunas. Headed by U. S. MODEL, HO. first-cla- ss f e, May-woo- d, lanj-uag- Son of Klover's Model, No. 2i),710. tho greatest breeding hog living, nnd HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE. No 12,001, son of tho World's Columbian Champion. Claude, No. 11. our. Ftno toppj young boars ready for service. A few show gilt-- , old enough to breed, and bred sows 38,353. o, t- a specialty, for ale, This stock Is strictly la uverv respect, with pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write voar wants or como and eo my hogs. A f6w fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth l'ekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY. Hon Hi.. D.invlllc, Ky. Eggs. 81 for 13. THE Thoroughbred QC.rj5-QuA- ! i e, HERB Duroc Jersey RID HOBS, m m toll-ga- te My breeders wero ecleclrd from llic best herds nrttiU laiiitius hived of ii In ccrul Mates ol A leiiilllloto'!ilgiofilli!-n-iii aKwlurs.de. Ilred sows in specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. solicited. Aililros -Corres-IHJUilen- 5C5SMB555iS!3-- " R. H. BRONAUQH, Crab Orchard, Ky. . The -' Buckeye Churn Makes hard work easy. You can get more hutter. You wash, salt and work the butter before taking it out of tho churn a iv k il Fm i I w t ti M i I ys Will Sell You One on dock-broug- ht Trial. It will pay for itself in few wcoks. Call and tee it. F'rji'f-- - pm car-bons- cs l.J' -- wit-fro- m The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. Most Coiuplefo and Convenient Freezer over offered in Statif ml. Keipiires less labor less timo and less ice than any freezer, only requiring fiom one to two minutes to freeze cream. We guarantee them to do all we claim and thoy are sold on trial. Como and seo for yourself. Try ono. Very respectfully, to-da- HIGGINS & M'KINNEY. ttV -- & ar- - t .. .&- -- ,., w r. ,K'195?,ii "" - 1 .,,--. A f- - .. . -- !: .V'.ll ' r. ' J THE INTERIORJOURNAL VICINITY NEWS. The Danville tax rate has been fixed at Toe. E. R. Shrewsbury has been appointed postmaster at Kirksvillo. Josenh Sams, for uldini; in the mur der of Dan Kidd, of Casey, got two years at his trial at Columbia last week. lUehmond Is .on tho downward road. During the past year her taxable prop, erty has decreased $80,000 and her pop ulation 1.'200. John Mullins, a Negro, shot and fatally wounded Milt Green ntKustUorn-fcttui- t Saturday morning. Green was a desperate character. Hon. John M. Tinsley, of Knox coun ty, qualified as clerk of the Lddyvllle penitentiary. He formerly lived at Earbourville and represented Knox in tho Legislature in 1S9WKI. Centre College defeated Kentucky University Saturday. This was tho last game In tho Kentucky College League. Centre winning eight straights and getting first place. Kentucky University second. Mrs. Eliza J. Decker, of Barbour-vlllhas brought suit for tho possesof 130 acres of land comprising a sion good portion of South Somerset. Mrs. Decker claims to have bought the land in 1ST0, but has never gotten a deed to it. Louis Frohman, father of J. L. Froh- man, the Danville merchant, died at his home in Cincinnati Saturday. He was president of the S. Overmeyer Foundry Supply Co., and was for years ono of tho Queen City's most prominent e, FARM HND TRADE, H. li ft SU PICK YKAB IN" AD VACK Ik - When not sopaidffiS.GO will charged. 57LA5 LOCAL &M TIME CARD. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Trains leaTe Stanford at 7:10 a. m and returning at : 23 p. in. a'J1 " !' '" KNOXVILLEDIVISION. No. No. No. No. 21 Train going North " 26 ' Smth " 25 " " " 23 " ...... 12 1 m The Harrodsburg Democrat reports sales of lambs,it ."e and hogs at He. The Glasgow News i cports hales of three lino Burkshlro sows for J?l."i0. Eubanks Bros, sold to Welhl 2." cattle for future delivery at 4c. Nancy Lee, the dam of Nancy Banks, 2:01. is heavy In foal to Director, 2:17. Moses Ktthn bought In Bourbon, Clark and Fayette WO export cattle nt lie. Carroll Hold's Balk Line won nt Latonla, Saturday. Ho was favorite in the books. Thirty horses were burned to death In Holintui & Beeves' livery stable at ex-pa- at Latonla Thursday. II. Bronaugh's Kitty B. ran third rt All metal and Iron iWj. Satisfaction cu.iniiilis-Jiucklin's .Iriu'ca &tlvr. riMfs aliitil with Dean's lllack Diamond Tnllit In lwst Cistern Tunis Dealer .rt... ..... ..Iia li. ...w tv.irl.l Til ciita lirill.it.- warrantisl fur years. Tillers, (talvanired and lltaik !. ........ .... ....,, ...... 1 lie i.cl andttuhaulrisl Iron SOIYS, lllltTS, ail rill'IIHl, im'I pull"., irnci, u.,- 21 tf Irou IUstlngor alt kltuls. pod hand., thllhlaliK, corns and all sun eruption. It Is It nlllly cures piles or no pay rt'iulrt-d- . gunra.ittTd toglfe jnrfect aUuctlon or money reT1IOKOTOHHHEII funded. I"rlre 25 cents er box. 1'orn.ilebr W. II. To Tub Noktii. Tho Queen &Cro-ceRoute has 'Inaugurated n service I can mow supply the people ullli Trosh of observation cars on the famous Bluo Cuiulr f many varieties and suMrlor excelGrass Vestibule between Cincinnati lency" every day. I nm making It m self and Lexington. Free narlor cars and uiidgitarantee satisfaction, (live me it call. J. A. STEPIIEXSOX. Stanford. Queen & Crescent Standard vostlbulcd day coaches. Four trains dally to Cincinnati with close connections with all trains north. Queen & Crescent trains 17 TIN 1SD SHEET IRON TOKS, are without a peer In the South. unequalled train miles shortest line, ST A NPORD, KY. , train service. W. C. Rlnoarson, gen'l Sole proprietor of Dean's Hlack Dlauxind Itool pass'r ugt., Cincinnati, O. o.d, jurnUheil for painting nt CANDY KITCHEN. J.X.Jones, Intimates Poultry Vard. llojlc Co. llltie-(Jrn- s word to the farmers. If you nuke money la this day and time von inustk.en up with the llniis and keep thoroughbreds. Tliey inaliiro isirlli-- t with Ihearr a prolit of more limn Ml no iiiU in ol our yards l such that there enn I hreetls. o guaraiilis) all eggs fertlln when hlpssl II It lle.1 Tit (lames. Imp. setting o m ihw, SIISI n .surlier " White IWIh Iteil (np, Imsrlist !.' lllatk Minolta, iiw " MlM-- Unsl Wvandotlc, ' ii w l,..h..i Iin. ....... .1. Ir.uL ...11,1., I.!........ .nrn, score ali.o W Hlnts. All linssls CKKI IIIUW , Tros , Junction (. ity Ky A Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. iii I r Taint. .ur TORE . ROOM On Mkin Slicut, Ftanfortl, McICoU'rts, Iiniggiit. i DUROC HOGS PyiKJTmwMv ! 12 37 p m 3 13 a ill 0 p ill OJ'p ru Tor all Points. THKO'Iflll TICKETS SOLD. HAtiOAUi: CHKCKKD TIHIOUGH. l'or any Information emihlro of JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: t 02 p m 2 No. ..South .... 11 57 a m Xo. 4 North " .....3 46 am 1121pm " Ho 3 " ISOpm " C " 11 23 a m No5 " COO am S 20 pm "10 No. 9 " 5 an.l fi do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 Note-N- os. oo no further South than Junction City, iietluer do.they mnSundajs. FRANKFORT P. H. A.M. 2,00 3 11 a?CNCINNATI via ut.okuetown. Lvc. Somerset, ' Jet. City. Arr lieorgetown, Tranklort, Lv 9 RY. A. M 235 r. m. Arl2 55 " 11 31 505 720 1155 450 8 40 "6 30 (5 35 8"io G30 300 5 30 Arr Tarls 5 10 Dally except Sunday nERCAWf p A. flipYALKl business men. Col. Jack Chinn, of this county, and Mose Wall, of Tennessee have arrang ed a running match between their pack of hounds. The race will take place , some time this month near Shepards-villeBullitt county, for SoOO a side. Each is to pick five dogs, go Into the woods, and the ones who first cries enough or whose dogs first quit the chase is to be the loser.---Harrodsb- urg POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and hcalthfulness. Assures ths food against alum and all forms of ,adulteratton so common in tho cheap brands. Democrat. Mr. Henrv C. Bohon, cashier of the First National Bank of Harrodsburg, aged o2, died suddenly while sitting in his chair Thursday evening. He had just reached home from his bank when death occurred. A wife and several grown children survive him, besides four brothers, one of them, Dr. J. T. Bohon, Is a resident of this county. Deceased was a member of the Christian church and an earnest Sunday school worker. A remarkable gathering took place Friday at the Sandy Creek Union church, near Cloverport, where several hundred people met to do honor to Jas. B. Irolaud upon the hundredth anniversary of his birth. All the old men for miles around were present, many of them in the garb of long ago. There Koval Uakino 1'oivdkr Co., New ork. db, w. b. puirmr, ssutStasiiLwBY Dentist, : Stanford, Ky. x Office on Lancaster street at Residence. A. S. PRICE, JBurgeon Dentht, HBHIBE .BlanTotd Ky, Office oTer McKoberts' Drug Store In the Owsley Hulldiug. SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietors were many speeches and numerous songs sung, and the occasion was made a notable one In many ways. At Urbana, O., Click Mitchell, the Negro who assaulted Mrs. Gaumer, plead guilty and was sentenced to 20 years In tho penitentiary. A mob attempted to take him from the soldiers, who opened fire on them, killing two and wounding seven others. The mayor afterwards ordered the troops away and the infuriated mob then stormed the jail and hanged the Negro brute. The annual excursion of the C. II. & D. railway to Niagara Falls will f trotters with records of 2:l."i or better, IS were bred at Palo Alto Farm, California. J. M. & II. J. McKoberts sold to Mr. Phillips, of Lebanon Junction, a thoroughbred D u roe sow for $10. F. M. Ware at McKinney is agent for Buckeye Harvesting Machines. Call on him for all kinds of repairs. W. U. Curtis., of the East End, has lost a number of hogs from a peculiar disease and a good many more are sick. Josh Jones sold to the Laurel Coal Co. n eat load of hay at 00c and to G. W. Jones, of Somerset, a car at the same price. The shipments of American butter to England In 1S00 amounted to 20,000,-00- 0 pounds and there will probably be an increase this year. Woods Jc Lynn will begin this week to collect up the 1.200 or 1,500 lambs they bought of various parties ntoc for June, and 4c for July delivery. Typhoon, the Louisville Derby winner,' won the Club Members' Handicap at St. Louis Saturday. The distance was li miles and he galloped It In the fast time of 2:07i. Tobacco raiders in Anderson county tore up the tobacco bed of Geo. Woodruff und left a note saying, "This Is to notify you that we don't want you to raise no tobacco." Lost. Dark sorrel mare, sink In the shoulder, snag on left side, small blaze In face and one white hlud foot. Information thankfully received. Geo. ' Edrlngton, Hustonvllle. d W. E. Kidd bought KM do., at d cattle at 4 i and US 15. W. T. Mul4c, to be delivered July lins bought In Wolfe county 140 sheep at 52. Winchester Democrat. Matt Cohen, of Richmond, one of tho best known young saddle horse men in the State, has given up tho horse business entirely and Is now trading in cattle, sheep and hogs In Madison. G. W. Lyne sold to S. E. Holloway 25 ncres of uncut grass at $4 per acre. J. B. Embry sold to Simon Weihl 250 fat cattle to be shipped from this week at 4ic. Journul. More than 600 horses have been named In tho various events for tho fall meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association. There are 70 entries for the 815,000 Futurity of t li l,3T0-poun1,100-pounNlch-olasvllle Marlon, Intl. Something to Oowilvii, 111, in VkWoii. ss R for phvuiclati nt low lor'her It wined to deelp Into haty consumpservice, (flits and sows nlrendy bred. Tigs In store, New tion Having Hr Kind's x, not akin. Questions nnd a loittle homo ami to of either st andvdlhic li.tsoflt, he promptly answered. to set Iwtter from first the iirprle of all she dove, and half dozen lollies cured her touiid and All persons deslrlt a Uatist T..sts f..r lilaiik fence, J. il. i: H, J. McHOBEHTS. Stanford. lor Consumption, Dr Klna"Nef well inst ami railing or wlisj f.iireran And what they Coughs and tolds is guaranteed to do this ir.mil want at my store near Cedar Crtssk, mi ttin pike wort Try It Tree trial lottles at V. II Mclloh. lading from Crab Orchard to htanfonl j ah- -i keep on hand a supply f I'lank for ffiielmt. All erts' Drug'Store. hull.lliig puriwscs; aim Iwards Vlnil.of lumber M auy arllrle u( and shingles. All ersotis Old J'evpk. this klinfiau call oil me at (.my store iirarltslar W. M.NOLI.K1N. W Cnvk. (Id jivople who require medicine to regulate the Huatonvillo, iMiwels aim kuine" win nun un nur itmi-- i Kliitric Hitters. This medicine dm not stlinu "r W"1.'.''"."' Offers hii services to the late and contains no whiskey nor other Intoxicant, but acts asa tonic alterative. It acts mildly oa the and Casey counties lull stock . always ou hand stomach ami lwel, adding strength and giving w Manager I). S. Caris-uterThe XIOKKMa MAOAZ1NK totn'to the onrins, thereby aiding Nature in the Klectrlc Hitters Is lierformaucoof the functions. to can wiiiitu giMHl reliable ngt-u-t an excellent apiwllter and aids digestion Old i vns for stiliscrlptiuiis. A verv pie tlnd It Just exactly what they need. I'tlcc flf-good rnlo of cash commission will ceuts and il.W tr uottle at '. II. Mcltotwrt s. Drug Store. be given, or bicycle premiums if preferred. All uiaterint nm! sum tlimi-nniliavo lioon Induced Hundred of pie copies, furnisho) freo. Apply Cough Kontedy bvreml-luj- r to trvClmmborlnlnS nt once. It hut done for other, anil IiiivIiik wluil rlrni Join, of I he drug Dr of Jones A Sin. attain the greatKsiklngof Kliu's New ll est weight, fatten cou'rv, iiys that lat n inter his lie as attacked Milhl-- trlp)H. and her raw grew ft ihtIoiis that usii5n?5S!!!ri!x4H- - easily at unv age. i den and 1'iina oiuld do iwthlng Itoans ready Mr. James The most proline of nil breeds, FOR tn IHi-.ier- tik lliery E.E3STT W. P. WALTON. 3STOTICE I Apply to J. T. SUTTON, Unclertalcor, lt'l'" . rr Kentucky EARN MONEY. r FIRE IPIRHNCE. N teMed Its nieilN for tlienielve-- nro Its uitrnie-- t friends. Tor Mile liy Crnlj; Ivy. Hooker. UrtijrpM-- s s to-tlt- ij .v FHHNIX OF BROOKLYN. The Nickell Magazine, ISO m Tor three joar-out Cli:itnlHrlnln ter, t w never failed to cure not xlmply top pnlu,-hut cure. nlMilutelv. It - all right, und nm one who trie- - It will Und It so." Tor sale ly Craig A Mocker. IinisruNt. Stnnfonl. Ky. Mr. Nunc Horner, protirletor of the llur-to- u Houe. Iturton, W. a.. and one of tho tho nnt whlelv known tnen In three .tutu wits wtrs of cured of rheumatUm ufter -- ays-. I have not nutllclent sutferlng. He command of language to convey any Idea of what I suffered. ni ph.lclans told mo that nothing could Ikj done for me and tny friends were fullv convinced that nothing hut death would relieve me of m sulferlng. In June, for the 1UI, Mr. Kvan. then siile-tnai- i Wheeling Drug Co.. recommended Clminlier-lain- 'I'aln Halm. At this time my foot and limb were swollen to more, than double their normal sUe and It seemed to tins my leg would bur.t. but soon after I began Using the Pain Halm tho swelling began to decrease, the pain to leave, mid now I consider that I am entirely cured. Tor sato by Craig A Hooker. Druggists. Stanford. Ky. m m lnil.. "ami mv lfe would us mh)ii think of liolnj; without Hour lis n Inittle of this Itenie-- l In the summer -- i'iimmi. Wo Imvo used It w"lth nil three of our children niut It has lEetncdv In the hotio." with K. C. Atkins & Co., Colic. Clmluni und A. II. fatIMnr-rlui'- lmveneverleen withii Insurance Company, . Summur Street, Boston, .Mass. ."t IiiiII:iiiiik)1I-- Tornado Insurance ! Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUND1SD lHOfl. Cyeluo Tornadoes and Wind Morius nro so numerous and destructive that the property owners should R. B. MAHON Y, Agt 6 Protect Their Property , bTANTOUD. KV. Joiix. CASTLkSIA.S. A. (I Umux Trout them us well as from Tire nnd Lightning . Tornadoes and Tires arc liable to oc cur at nny time So take out a jmllcy In any Xono but of ms, companies FIRST CLASS -- COMPANIES ! Represented INSURANCE COMPANY OF LlVERl'OOL. JESSE D. WEARE2T, Oeneral Agsnt, - - - Stanford, Ify BmBEB llromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money if It falls to Cure. 1 or W U. Mcltotrts, Craig A llocker and U. sale by I IVnny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. TOOUREACOLDIN ONE DAY. i lAX-a- CaSTLBMH. MANAOKItS, "BIG IMII-TSpes-Ul.- Take 4: Oommerco Building. Louisville. AginU Throughout Iho South. The Hot Line toand Tiotu s The Fiscal court of Fayette county has decided to purchase till the turnpikes in tho county not already free. V7. A. THIBBLX, i l TOLEDO AND DETROIT All ToItiU lu Michigan. Agent, CHICAGO. SON, DEKLERS IN COHL, NOEL & Order Office and Feed Kxchange, near the Itallroad Crossing, Depot tslrcs-t- , Stanford, J7 Kentucky. ltt ST. LOUIS. ArolJlng tho Tunnel " ' White City Ttrmlual station. I f k j cur this vearon July 8th. The rate TicketH from Cincinnati will be 87. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE will be good live days. Trains will leave there about 12 noon. For further Junction City, Ky. Turnout", prompt attention, very particulars and circular address D. G. A portion of your patronage is reasonable rate Edwards, P. T. M., C. H. & D., CincinIS npectfully solicited nati. Tho court of appeals has decided in GEORGE H M'KINNEY, the case of tho Louisville man, who sued tho Undertakers' Union for refusing to credit him for burial service for fi. Claim Agent, his wife, because he owed one of the members, that there is no law to compel a man or set of men to creditauoth-e- r Box 44, Stanford, Ky. unless he wishes to. t Has had 12 yonrs's practice beforo all tho Dopu tments lit Washington City. 9 railroad, from A tide water to tide water has been Incorporated at Springfield, O., with a capltul stock of $:10,000,000. Tho BalO A THE POPULAR timore & Ohio, Wisconsin Central, ChiNorthern and the Northern MOM cago it system figure in tho great unM Pacific -.... JQJ dertaking. with six particiA MM0IK10MMS1N1SIM pantspitched battle tho Virginia-Kentuckoccurred near border In Virginia. J. W. Charles was killed and Green Charles, Hemp Lee and Tom Lewis mortally MBMM0INIOIM drinkThe crowd had WTfnl wounded.a quarrel ensued. been ing and While hunting, B. W. Stratton, of Portsmouth, O., fell and his rille was discharged. The ball struck his -n ZZT-l-m rn n I ' V buckle just over his heart and glancing It went In'o the Hesh of ono IM0IM1M of his arms, thereby making only a First-Clas- s Pension trans-continent- al Ul!llil!l!Ui f-"-- OMO y OMMoMOMMj The little brown mare U. D. Bright sold at the Danville sale several months ago for 8105 has changed hands twice sinco at fancv prices. C. C. Harris, of Lexington, the purchaser, got 8.'175 for her and the gentleman to whom nesoiu her disjwsed of her for 8G00. Robert Forsvthe sold his lamb crop, averaging 82 pounds, to Win. Hanna at 5c. James M. and John L. Forsytho have sold their lambs to Dave Walters, June 20th delivery for 51e. Samuel Forsvthe and George Robinson sold oO export cattle to Simon Weihl at 4c. to be delivered June 20th. Harrodsburg Sayings. The blueirrass crop In Bourbon this year will be larger than for a number of years past. Tho price beiug otTorcd thus far is from 221 to 25 cents petwill begin In bushel. The harvest about 10 days. The importation of the Inferior Canadian seed has lowered the price more than half In the past six or seven years. Paris Kentuekian. R. II. Crow has sent four mares to Richmond to be bred to the phenomenal young sire, Dr. Hooker: Blue Grass Beauty by Blue Grass Hamblc-tonladam, the dam of H. C. T., 2:17i: bay filly by Temple Bar, 2:171, 1st dam by Hailstorm, son of Mumbti-n- o Patchen, 2d dam by Bayard, tho best son of Pilot, Jr.'. bay filly by Temple Bar, 2:17, 1st dam by Messenger Duroc, son of Hambletoniun 10, 2d dam by Mott's Independent, son of Hamble-tonia- n n, for three-year-old- s. Corn ami Hay, J. B. HIGGINS, . DEALEU IX BOSTON. Wagner Slipping Cars. - Stanford; Mrtvt, latelyKentucky. J. II. lilgglns'. Yard, Mill Coal Satisfaction guaranteed. NEW YORK. Cars, Trlval UuSrt Tarlor Car., Warner Sls-pln-g g Coiuartmeut Cars, Llegau! (Xwchea aud Cars IMn-lu- Farm Wagons. Pleasure Vehicles, PIANOS ANO ORGANS. N Decker Hros". Pianos, Haines Hros". l'lnuo-i- . Ellington I'lauos, D. It. Baldwin riauos, l'lsoher Pianos, Ac. High-Grad- o Fertilizers and Goal. Estuy Organs, Hamilton Organs and other OTSTANTOIID, Makes. Represented. Oftlce on See my Goods and (Jet Mv Prices llefore you Goods Warranted as F&ld up Capital, W. T. WHITE. Crab Orchard. 10 Main Street. opposite Elmore's Store. iuy. Surplus, Stanford, Kentucky Agricultural Implements, He sure your tickets read via "HIU TOUK" H II. MAUTIN, E O. MiCOUMICK. Tassenger TrallW Mgr den. Taw. A Tkt. Agt. CINCINNATI, OHIO. Farmers Bank&Tnist Co. KY. $200,000.00 17,603 80 Commissioner's Sale MNCOIA CIKCL'IT COL'UT. .i. v ....... Jr.. Trustee. Ac. vs. W M. riddler, Ac. Defts. In hxiulty. Hv virtue of a Judgment null order of sale of tho Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at Its rtiieelnl April term. ls'JT, In the nlnive styled action, thu undersigned Cominlssloner will, riw-sli- . lly provisions of Its charter, depositors are a fully prutes list as are drs!i-in- i lu National llauki, Its shareholders Mng held Imllvldually liable to stink therein at m, the extent of the amount of theirto theamount lu the par value thereof, lu addition in loah, It may act as estsutor. ad In null sharisi veattsl tulnlttiator, triulis-- , Ac ,a4 fully aa an Indlvlilual. ! ... i TeiiderlnK our thanks to those who have entrust. i .. b..ut wj nrsiiKrv nr ,tifii w. ri..-.loney in iuau i uii'ijsrs. ed their bu.lncM to in, we trust they will continue 1 wll toiloso, ami weoinr as a guarantee lor prompt atAlso fi iwrrent. payable years' eirrleiictt In hanktention furnish Iwiids fr public or isirxiratlon otnclalst ing and to same our 20 as lllsral anviiimoilatloiis asare cuusliteiit reason. T.xecutors, Administrators or t.uardlaiis ntI IrM . . . .. .... rui ... I..... ..f ii.. l.Mt - - In. with souiid banking. -. i aoieiairs. am J. L TOTTEX Salesman. J mil ws mi ii On Monday, Juno 1 se 1897, to-w- door lu Stanford, llefore the court-housell to tho highest and best bidder at public outcry tho following described propertj, lt: urancu Companies doing business lu KeiittuKy ami " .. .. T... ...I.u .1..I.... I....1.... Item. "lUles taiuoas oiner ouuiuuic. VAUNO.N. Agt. WALLACE L 81.8m . DIKKCTOKS. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cuuuiins, J. J. S Owsley, Sr., William tioueb, J. Lmhry, J. i:. I.ymi, J N. Meni-fis!. s Situated follows: f. Tract of Xjeind., W-- DORSGY GOLDDUST Xo. 52012, and Iistern horses irA.ln....r nf that sidl for L'ood nrlces, will make tho pres ent season nt Tkn Dot.iauis to Insure a liv ing colt. Also Jack, Koscoe, ut S3 to insure T. KEID. a living colt. X. II Dorsev Oolddust has produced a class of combined horses that attract buy ers aud bring good prices, regardlessorp.aulca. II. Ow.ley, S II. Shanks, j. '. Cash, A. W. Curcnler; CVP sut-pend- er llcsh wound. MMON OMOIN1 JMIS) Urn IMMMOIM OIMM0N10(N1M0IM0 MM OMOMMOINOINI $0M0 mm MO G.l'.A., K. FRAKK II. J. BEED, I1ACON, Chlcnco. MM mm Il.r.A., Ixmlsvllle. MOIMOMM Mb In the woods in Pulaski county, Ark., Barrentlne and prominent citizens, fought to a finish with axes until both received death wounds. The men hud a difficulty over u settlement. Sanders D. Bruce, of New York, a aud editor of famous the American speed book, was paralyzed at Lexington. His condition is regarded as critical. A prisoner named Capsule worked his way out of tho Maylleld jail. He must have been loaded with calomel or croton oil, says the Winchester Demc-cru- t. C G. John-gBrow- The largest land sale for a long time occurred last week lu Madison, when Col. J. W. Caperton bought tho three fnrma nf Auditor S. H. Stone. The land lies near Richmond and 102 acres sold at 8102.50 an acre, 150 acres at $30 per acre and 200 acres at 860.80, the total amount for the. three being 847,000. Mr. Stone had previously sold 40 acres to Col. John D. Harris for 81,000 and u 315 aero farm to Judge A. R. Burnum for 822,050. The sale of the land and stock realized over 875,000. The worst of It Is Mr. Stone has spent most of this fortune In tho pursuit of olllce. 10. 0IN10IMM0IN10IN1 poles to the bepole, thence S. 31J, E. 17 ginning, containing 10'J Acres 1 Hood und 31 Poles, except so much therof lis was sold by Joseph McAIUter to ChrMlau Koehler and W. II. Dudderar, two small tracts, aud by Win. Tiddler and wife to J. C. Florence, leaving nliout 107 acres, bo tho same more or less. Tho said tract of land will bo sold as a whole, for tho purpose of settling up the of estate anil The futher of a young man convicted trustIhj first paid out Hen the proceeds there debt of W. M. Tidthe will In the dler of 2,uuu with Interest thereon from tho of perjury, uttempted suicide ls7t, court room at Toledo, O. a The son also 2th iluy of August, 1Ss7. subject to a credit of 531)0 paid Teh. 1, himself. tried to kill Terms of Sale: In two equal Installments front Richard Caldwell, of Memphis, jeal- of 0 and 12 months, bearing Interest Com dnv of sale until nald, payable to the ous of Mary Jenkins, shot and killed missioner and having the force and effect of her at Cairo, 111., and was himself kill- Judgments. Lien retained. It. C. WAKUEX, Com'r. ed while resisting arrest. Nashvlllo the centre of tho Louisville and 11 Itallroad, thenco X. 41 E. '.'0 imiU'i. links to a stone at tho fence on the land of franklin Owslevfaim. thence his lino X. (50 E. 103 poles to u stouu In the land, corner to said Owslev and Mrs. Duddurar, thence her lino ulong'sald lino X. 32 . 2!l jniles 0 Unkrt to a stake, thence X. 47 W. 105 poles to a white oak tree, thenco X. ls W. 23 ioles 10 links to a stone near a stump, thence X. M4 W. fls links toil stake In thu Dudderar's iKiles Mill road outside of the galo where a sugar tree was called for, thenco S. 4 W. 52 poles ton stake In said road :i.'l feet from the cen. 31 xles tre of thu railroad, thenco S. to the centre of the Dan vine mm t.'rai uren-ar- il turnpike, thenco with centre of the siild plko X. 7 E. 10 poles, thence leaving said pike with the railroad line S. 3s4 E. sl poles to a telegraph ixilc, thenco S. 37 E. 14 jkjIcs 18 links to another telegraph iole, thenco S. 31 E. 14 poles 17 links to another telegraph 14JJ-E- In Lincoln county and liounded as lleglnnlng at a staku III feet from nrriCKRs. S. II. Shanks. Tresldeiit: J. II. Owsley, Cashier; W. M. llright, Teller FIRSTNATIONAL BANK OK STAXTUItb, KV. Capital Stock $100,000. H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Xioolc Smith. 8TANTOfin, KV. All kinds of rep drlng dose at ro.son'ble Mtes Upholsterlog a ipjcUlty. bitlsfictio J guirasetsl BO Surplus $15,750. VIARS XPERICNOI. Attention of the public Is called to the fact that this is the only National Hank In Stanford. Un der the provisions ol the National Hank Act ilf)sltors arc secured not only by the capital stock, but by the atixkholdcrs' liability lor an amount eUaltu thestoi'k,so that dejiMliors of this liifetltu-llo- u sru leeuretl by a fund or t .tu.OW. live sworn tatementsof the condition ol the Hank aro made t each year to the Culled States and Iti assets are examined at slated times by goteruuient agents, thus .sci'iirlug additional and ;fcct salet to depositors. This Institution originally established as tho Do posit Hank of Stanford lu 1834, then a the National Hank ofStantonl In I8i5 and again reorganized as the Klrst National Hank of Stanford in 188.', has had practically an uninterrupted exist, enee for 33 j ears. It Is lietter supplied now wit'., tacllltles fur transacting business promptly and liberally than ever More, In Its long and honorable Aviunis of Individuals, fiduciaries, Urmi is"-- ' and Individuals solldted. (iiivt-rnuieii- UIKBCTORS. Anyone tending sketch and description may quickly ascertain, free, whether an Intention la probably patentable. Communications strictly conndentlal. Olitest aeeucy forsecurtnupatenU In America. Wo have a Wnnblngtou orilco. Tatents taken tbroujth Muuu A. Co. recUre apeclul notice In tho TRAOC MARKS DESIGNS. COPYRIGHTS Ac S. T. Harris, J.S. HiKker, " K. L. Tanner, McKlnnev. J.H.Colller.Crah Orch'd; M, U. Klmure, Muuford. K.Hteld, Lincoln Co.; J. W, Hayden, Stanford h. H. llaughuiaii, " T. P. Hill, W, A. Tribble, " M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernon. I. S. Docker, Tresldeiit; J. J. McKoberts, Cashier A. A. McKinney, AsslstaiilCashier. okhcxbs. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully llluitratod, largest circulation of any sclontlfle Jourual, weekly, terms W.U) a year i (lJOalx months. Hpeclmen copies and tLLMo Loou OS l'ATENTS aunt free Addrca Wanted-- An MUNN A CO., 3U1 Uroadway, Ncnr York. Wr.te JOHN WBUrJEBDUBM Mya. Washington, D. C for Pntect your Ideasi ther may CO "intent Attors their al.KO urlt a Uat of tup iuulra UtmUom nasuivj. offer Idea Who can think of tome simple thttitf Idfialantl w,SkiH'U ! wSa i'ilSlep iiWsm J.Wli