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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897061101 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. pi tan-a- mim m j g SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 11. 1897. NO. 30 gun with hi folliivportmen In Wnjno. bo Individual prowess, thu germ of tho organizgathered togother hi iimmofi ami hi llil-- p ed MlnTtvof modern hocletj. which Is based 'illiiienta, which consUted of "J.'c to iriy on thu vlTtVtlv.i siiprem i.y of tho Iniv. He ferriage aero the I'limlKirlaud, a atr of believes tint Hi icomm n law I lutlia eniiso Middle bagand n uommi't Mitchell and with iindan eirect. It I tho Inevitable product of wife and h'lhj he dropped donn on .liinics n pL'oplo wiiiim highest ulm has over been to . ' ...11..1.1....1 in .i (Irlllln, u In vet ii keoiM'r of Konieri'l. "I iri,.-- i . nun, mil Ai iiiirriyi milli illt'Ill ,i .nil. Let drugs alone unless you really need them find then only Pure Drugs Mich ns are want to board with loll: hut I haven't got a ii ill iiiru oiicouragos a iovcoi ireu- Hold by jmrticular and painstaking druggists. jott." vHn cent to pijnlimwil sniil llm. (irlllln wn a ilimiuiid hatred of oppression. 0b man mid a tint' Judge of Of the in iiiv j'otmg nliU wlo have studied gi'iierou. character "Walt until morning mid I'll nee law In his olll 'c, tiiuro are but few who will ii'mul It " he aueri'd. Meaiitlnm ho stud not re' ill his elabinitlon of thj23tli ChapI il lllll mid a the pooplo down In ItusM'll ter of Miii.vi uiiAiir.v ami Ids discovery of tho Wo can't nfTonl to iMrry a. grain of nny thing that isn't the best. Kemeinlier these ho mcmorl.ed him. When moriiliig g.'Niiof tlu statutorj oxjiiiptlou mid horn (acts when the time conies fur yon to patronage a driiggist. Patent medicines of cimc, (irlllln prop ied to Im.ird Hill and stead In tlit lltli Chapter. Thl foudncs f.uullj fiir otii yoar lit u niimed price mid for tho hNt'irv mid literature of thu lair led known merit. Het pcrfiinieriei. Toilet Soaps, the jmie nml safe sort, Couiu9 that ho would bring to Hill enough fee to him In early llfo t study imiro thoroughly Itrushcs niifl Baby Bottles. piy till sum; If lio should fall lie would b(, than in my student, tho Intricate do'trlnei the Inter: If In brought moro thmi enough of estates and thoteiiuros by which they muy lllll should have tho oxcos. The proposi- lio holilun under the coiiiuin law. In thl tion was accepted, reduced to riling on tho fluid hi forensic triumph havi; been brilHotel ItegNtoi, signed mid xeuled by tho liant. Among tho noted case originating In MISS NANTIB WILSON IIKLL, parties, The following dav. (Irlllln look thl circuit. In which ho wn engaged wnsthat " -and a fjradiiutJ of Hill out to a country Jintlco' court, hired of MoranMlelrsvriilllehayetalJtirlngthe Of HuitoiIhIhiiv, -, 1h not on'y as tno HON. THOMAS PEYTON HiLL. t I in out III lilt the I'outoaiod case on the term of tho Hon. I T. Vox. Tho rule In Htfatiinotit Uolletre, r-rdockil for fees, ranging lotweoii 61 and Shelley's case, defeasnblo fee mid coining- - above picture sIiowh a very beuutlful tai and entered the onjieiii'ilnderiweio Involved In thu Issues, Stanford's Oldest and Ablest Lawyer. t:.V); mado that day crvillt on the txxik lor the discussion of tluiMt doctilues Mr. you no; lady, hut hIio in a decidedly con- mnoiiut it lllll' llrst onted one. She has entered the Hill wa pcihap, bettor equipped than any te8t lor uiocutlonary lionoru, to ue neiu An Interesting Sketch of His Life. right under tho contract. The arrangement thu mado was prosecu- lawicnii Kentucky. Aside from pro,e- jiliy-Ict Waltoii'H Opera House, June ISth, unuiinl tiH'iitaUml ."iHtulnliiK silonal Interest In thosiicce 3 B S of hi cause, an- -' 0 S I of tlirets coro inn) ted for one year. At the end of that time the ono who wins the prl.e over vlpir tli fllil 111 III to eieclnl I lxmrd bill wa p.ttd mid Hill loft Soiner-M- t ithorcoiHldomtlnu 1lllIItll I . 1,,i.i noorttti a ffl tlm (nmlllar tljruroof Hon. T. V. the ton uw io uuui, n trt, uv.w...- to to'ate In Stmifoid with tl.r.OO In hln Lion. HI client were prlvle. In estate to lllll,Vtiiiiltiuo to 'i"t III ""'I out iMiforn thN MH'ket. With thl money ho puniiiised the that same Justice Ihinlup. who had loaned l'Hhhed elocutionist. community. Mciiiiirril liy tlio urbltriir) Thu after a few him the money to purchase lit marriage II- where ho now ll MTTUTC of time. In Iiiih jmsM'il tlit) htIm! of place INtWO. year of atisuneo. a little Miulngof wlldoal. ceiiso. Diinlap had given tho original cove-- j runturltyt lmt ctlmitol ly nin;iiriin"t of n orlod of reformation and tudiistrj, hero-turne- d limit of warranty. If Hill's iieoplo should .tMnly fjiilt. mi erect ir'Mr(il Itfiiltli. Iy a M. C. Walters) has been appointed to tho county of hi nativity: mid loso they would Mud their ludeiiiiilty In thl' figure, nn eiiuulilo tuiuer. n How of Immor. coveiiani, and t)uulap' heir, who had ro- at Hijrh Hridjre. hero on tho vorj' land which hi forefather itmllou-- . ImMW. a miuihI Judgment and fluent owned mid which were partitioned among celved largo proMrty Interests from him. Hobert Green Gordon, of Louisville, lie N jut In tlm lmHy ooiiilltlon ill'. mid which, a !oforo would bosorlously hurt. In the court of more favored won the junior oratorical contesj at Horll'l ly ono of tlio 'iiws of hi proftwMoti, stated, ho now klnmati. purchase, will hi Hilt wuopcd in argument by Hon. own by Central University. hVna in iami ontroiiK." That ho Mr.x M. C. Johnson, of Lexington, and Col. .lilin lxnl I; lulu when tho hour shall come. Mrrt. Nancy Furrott, aged IS, mother muy wo ooiitliiui) for jeiin. to come I tlio Mr. Hill N known chloMy a u lawyer. Mason 'llrown. of IiulsvHlo. two eminent of Mr. Peyton Parrott, died at bis to whom liN ftloinMil wl.li of tlnxi Once only wn he oriiiidod bj- the lniNir- - lawyer, lllll won thu cause a fart which lino l on n Melii;. home in Lexington on the Gth. of friend to liccomo n candldato. Ui may or may not Imply a compliment to an at Mr. Hill li h iiiitUu of Lincoln county, mill tuuncj' The citizens of Mercer county held a torney; for It ma hueasllv uuilerstiMHl tliat jlcldcd wholly out of n spirit of complal, iINtliipuMied for come-- of nn uiico-tr- y Men's iieau-oiim- y win Holf though Indifferently mass meeting and urged tollgate own- s, cence, announced hi candldncj for jntrlotUm uml loflv IihIdjh'ihIoiico of sustained. In this instance, however. It was errf to leave the j)ollrt down until after iniido one round of the district, delivcharacter. Ill father n a gentleman of ering a sorle of unliii speeches and retlreil. tho concensus of professional opinion at tlio the free pike question has been oted attainment. Huo xholnrly mill He told tho pvoplo he neither needed nor time that a more exhaustive dissertation on 0). Ho hiih regarded it among tlio iiuhI gifted y wanted thoolljcoand wasn't tit forlt accord tlio subject of estate mid their tenure had Dr. C. K. Miles, of St. Mary's, was nml nccomilMicd Jouiir Inwjon. of henrd In modern time. It would ing to the estimate placed on Its duties by not acquitted of the churge of assault preI'lifortuntttolj forliNownfumi; and the average voter; that If the wanted n be tedious to cutimcritto tho many cases In- ferred by Miss Alice Ayers. who claimfortuiu. nml unlmi'plly for hN young wife , tepri'sentntlio to Mnd garden sood to far- volving new mid Important principle'.. In ed Convince. look! nml only child. lie died at t ho ti go of 2 jour-that he drugged her to accomplish engaged. Among tho which ho has son h.'iiiiIIo- -. mer, or to get poiislou for ooldlcr. or to leaving the ltlow nml Infant number which croud the momory are thoso bis) purpose. otli-- vr haveMsttiiaster apHiliitod or icmovcd. or uml wholly ilopoiflfiil n the ohurlty of of Phillip vs. ()ley. In which theappcllatu Two women claim the Insurance pol Orphaned mi early In 1H. without a to prod tho administration for Jobs and fat couit was Induced to overrule It former place for hi const It limits, then to send leicy held by Kngineer McGovern, who ilollur coming J liiliorlUiiiconml without the subject ot a ratlllcatlou was recently killed on the Cincinnati some one else. He didn't propose to dabble Iwlng who lml n human gal clnlm In such waters: that ho wa a gentleman at by a principal of a void act of mi agent; tin dollar lo give him. joung HIH'i. Unhixwl wn homo mid did not Intend to forfeit hi title case of llongu v. lllatt litvolvlngu novel ap- Southern, and the company will pay tin- - uduMttltlm. neither without a law suit. not gladdened lij uny of to that character when ho went abroad; thut plication of tho Slut inn of frauds; Welch, nliU which ovon a ciinietctico can furiiMi. c. vs. Murphy. Involving tho difference, ' Berry Lawsor., of Knox, whipped his such base servitude n these, almost menial Lower to date and I'lnlnly Mated. It wa that llfo of wearing, bon last Sunday and the boy mid tin result thereof, liotwoon a naked in their character, the nvuragoCougrossman hard-hiwhich come- - only of grinding Than must voluntarily Mibjeot hliPMdf to that ho power mid u power coupled with nu Interest, left home. The next day he returned people, of Koii-tucimtortj . Hut, may meet the Perhaps tho In'st display of Id splendid armed with a musket and shot the old tindur-tan- d tiottor than nny othor. Children's Suits. Xow is the time to them cheap. wull done," from tho jM'opIe. After delivpowerof advocacy wa made In the cao of man dead us ho was plowing corn. Ofton hlood will tell." It toldluhl-ca-- e. MvoraI tK'echo noted for their bril- McKeo v. (Sarrard County Court In tho Mor- ering Kditor II. Lee Davis, of the Register, pre ed for tlm id m pie neee Me- - of life ho for liancy, orlglualltj. candor and good humor, cor circuit court. MciCee. u tho employed is nearly blind from styes on his eyes, struggled In the very tooth of ndvcr-lt- y ho withdrew from the contest, publishing a attorney of tin (inrr.ird county court, had ijij, n0a(, for nevvSi however, replaces an oilucatlon. Micceedlng In uoiulrlng to n card which slated la nubstmicotliat his short rrllevodtho county of., subscription of $100,. h defectlve vifllon, so lhttt lho vaQr Into-rlSummer Coats and fair ilogroo uch n- - tlm m.'IiooN In th ,,,u canvas had convinced him that he mid the rauM"" "luc- vr .... wlllupilCttr80 l0DB ll9 hl!j neck isn1 of the rUuto "l that tlmo offered In pooplo were In most thorough accord on ouu provement Company. The court then refu- to date. to wear and give otingmcii. Mlrri'il hy mi ainhltlon to InRichmond Climax. oil to pay hi fee claimed at 53.000. Ill'l broken. ago of ho applied to Important featuroof the campaign, come n lawyer, at llm of Nicholas- Policeman Jordan Peel, Satisfaction. That thoy didn't w ant him to bo their ser brought Id ult to conqiel payment. On the the Hon. John Klncald at Walnut Hat for vant mid he himself wa eipiallj hostile to trial It wa tho unoxpooted which happened, vlllu, tooK oil ills budge, caugni mo Illuek-ton- e ami limit to pcrmllnn toroclto "We can Save you Money. Call and be Convinced. were wltuc,,.. assuming that relation. Si It Is that whllo tho county mid gro lawyer, Benjamin, of Winchester, him Klncnltl wai a groat man. nunioroauu farmer were witnesses for McKee, onoof the in the collar and knocked him down. Hn cjed ilNtruHt-tullvth- o Mr. lllll has iiiuilc many and indeed statesMitnowhat It Is In hi charIssue being the reasonableness of tho sum . The trouble was over an articlo print-claime- d. jouth who -- tood U'fiu manlike. (Killtlcal When Hill Introduced his farmer. cli j,, tnu Standard, of Lexington, - and Iioii- k- acter of lawjerthal the ooph are In tho him clad chh'llv In hrognn hoewa, mudo to the competency f UN farm, ho -- aid. had Ikmii habit of considering hlni. It may without objection whleh Peel accused Beniamln of hav kjiuii troUM'ru. thelrovhlencooii tho ground that thoy were - had oueiiso to truth Imj hiiiu dial lie & CO., Danville, L. ing written. overrun hy young tnon whiu futherTlio some of the olement of it great lawyer. A wanting In that professional experience, Mnt thorn to htm for legal Tho annual excursion of the C. II. & Thoy thoughtful man, ho roawm stondllj friuii which iU.illl1ed ouu to spoak a mi oH-r- t 1.1..11 ....11 Ill (JgjPGilcher Ihijh had lircughl their gun and ' " XliK to sustain the u- mid cattle, loft ooii premise to conclusion, mid when ouco the Judp.WlckllffewasdlMKwed had worried hi .hoop year on July Sth. Tho rate iiii..,-ii,..- . fact are clearly grasped and well arranged ....,...,. ...... ..wi.ut . ....i,.i,...i urn Am cur this .v sovioumM hi gate and thrown down hi fence. "Hut" bo $7. Tickets prolonged hnik at Hill. In hi mind, hi deduction from them un- thi'so men competent to pay this fee by ii from Cincinnati will taking a ocoiid and well nigh trroslsiable. It I generally siip-os- taxation of their own property mid yet not will be good live days. Trains will You worn to bo ii different breed. Ami that hi fortol in advocacy hoforo u competent to say how It nlinll Iki ! Is a leave there about 12 noon. For further "Thoy thio this bot clothe you liavot" follow, Jurj. .Thl N a mistake. Though an orator man who I required tomuch foru service pay particulars and circular address D. G. ull 1 hao." anored tlm young nro to gauge thu .iIuo of tho service? Edwards, P. T. M., C. II. & D., Cincinby nature, with a rich mid fruitful Imaginanaturally iihanied of hi mean nttlro. tion, a voice which Is mclodj' Itself, magSuch doctrine has no kindred spirit anywhere ti ahahed'hy KlnciildV mnjetlc proenco. hut nati. that ho netic manner, a winning grace of diction, except In tho tyrants principle of taxation HUtalneil b.l a proud coiiM:loiines The retiring postmaster, Mrs. Clco nn Inspiring deliven mid a habit of Intro- without representation !" Tho farmers wn miK'rlo"r to hi clothing mid tho tnlloi: Brown, hit" the thanks of tho patrons ducing thu most pli'turcsttc expressions, yet lllll won. to which poverty had alguod him of her olllco for the ellieient, pains-takin- g In his younger day ho gavo much attenthose who undeisiaiid him best know that ho hlniM'lf had como from theground Klncnltl wyv excel only a a logician. In thUiospcct ho tion to Important criminal cause. With one and accommodating manner in Ihwr. In thu couio of n long mid huy llfo ha mistaken his own powers. He ha u caho Mas always for tin defense. Ills which the olllco has been conducted exception id ho had nehloxod faino, had acquired proper-tv."mtohU countrj wni pacity for Inductile reasoning with a power kindly, sympathetic nature roliels at tho during her term. Under Bryan's adlliiiiUvlindrutln-of minljsN, which N not surpassed. If equal- thought of being Instrumental In bringing ministration, which begins on March to enjoy tho fruit of hi geiilu and Indus- ed, In the like cudoH-nii'iitof anj of III punishment or sorrow to oven the most guil- 4, 1001, wo suggest that she again bo try. HI momory rovoi led to tho ungriicloti compeer. ty man. In tho defense, tho noblest trait ill',peniittoiiif liNownliojliH)d. and eo-IMt. Vernon Signal. Thero mo mihio lawjei-who are supposed of hi character are brought Into full action. installed. germ In tho callow youth iK'foro him tho Samuel McIIargue, who was pardon- fta to possess those mini ring Intuitions of legal That spark of divinity which I In all men, of nobllltv. whlcli Hierty could not cr o tho practitioner at shining with feebler or stronger light ac- ed from the Frankfort penitentiary hi. pi liuiplo' which T hecouM'iitodto tako another pupil. every professional emergency . .Mr. lllll doe cording to tho measure ot tlio heat t's truo about three months ago, is in trouble n 21, young Hilt Hy tho tlmo ho wn not Indong to IliN class. Hu does not leap grace, I kindled Intoan effulgent blao by again. He shot at .Brakeman Speirs to practlco law and wn. ImMiUs the slnililo consciousness that " distressed 4fc, vWl U.,. Thero w.......j to have uw.. Ho wn jet pH)r.but Iiohi-fu- l. tocoucllisloii. llo does not, without prevl to marry. fellow-mort- al cries to lilmo for aid. motlve for the act. About four nrdi'iit. conlldoht. Thu girl to ious thought, see Hie end from afar. With buovaut. -- Outs and- i:llltiiry deliberation, he advance by grad- excess of sympathy, this horror of thu pun years ago he killed Deputy ShcrilT whom ho iuieiigngcdwunllttlotlinIrtul'oui ual approaches. Slop by step ho moves to- ishments, eiou of tho law have often ini with u Saddler, of Ixnox county, and onib.irklugon tho matrimonial ward the objective point, each advanced Hue spired ids most touching mid effective ap- William was sentenced to the penitentiary for loormnu who had neither mporlonce nor becoming the base foriiuotheradvaiico, each peal. Hupplie for tho voyage. Hut with a faith In Tho people of lit native county thus know 1 1 years. ii guiding conclusion becoming tho premise of another hi own power- - which has A. S. Rider & Co., of Corbin, of Always on Hand at until tho ultimate I reached mid seUed. He blmiisti lawyer mid u successful man of star of hi llf. I'D Mntcil tothe vat domain never grasp a olul with xl;;ur until he business. Hy them ho Is admired for his which D. T. Chestnut Is the head, have mid hiild. "All IliN owned by hi nncotry liuutlj (.eos It. When clearlj neon hi grusn talents mid respected for Ids lluauclal assigned for 87,000, with assets variouswill 1 own iH'foro I die. I will bo tho Joseph hliull He In this Mill Is like a vice. In one respect hu lsseomlng-l- y thrift mid Integrity. Hu I known to bo ly estimated at from $l."i,000 to $2T,000. of my fmnllv. My ne Ihj mi Intellectual contradiction. In his one who prefers tho privacy of homo to tho The firm dealt In merchandiso,and real d Orders at Special Prices. and my children -- hall Inherit It." It may o' statement of a prooltlou thero I great glare of public llfo; tho calm retreats of estate and did considerable trading. remarked, parenthotleully. that a part perspicuity, mi utmost entire freedom from the village mid country tothu turbuleucu Mr. Chestnut, who edited tho Enterthl pnimNo ha boon fulfilled, llo owim nil obscurity, a Itichl iirraugemout In narrative. of a metropolis; the esteem of chosen prise for a long time, went to Corbin MX On thl domain and much fill of that u rabble; tho which tho story mid scono befoio tho friends to .iiirancotliu marriage promNe were made. hearer;bringsone of thedufects of his method, sovereignty tho applause to the servitudes when tho town was first laid out and 03s of citizenship thKi jet ot m" undliulMrrowiil mid ubovcill hu Is known has been the leading bplrlt in building whllo engaged In illsciiloii a distingof I'oaco Duiilup, (whoo iirtralt Hang on inu uished from stutcmeut. N a lack of what tho to Ih one who lias found thut "It Is bettor up tho place. wall f the circuit court room), to pay thu school men cull thu i.ucnii's oiuio. This de- to trust In thl Lord than to put coufldcuco fee for tho marriage license. RlCHAHDSON's WlT. Sonovoblch Is fect remedied, his arguments would possess In princes." Hoforo his people, his life has n law license In hi pocket mill With WILLIAM SHELTON, Moutl-cell- o, tho lucidity mid cj ininetry of a syllogism. been mi open book. It bus been one of pa- the name of a Cincinnati wife-beate- r. young wife by hi "Ido.hu moved to Tho Second Sexton of 1890-9Mr. Hill Is well versed In tlio history anil tient Industry, of economy, ot simple wants, Who says there's nothing In a name ? Ky., to oiler hi legal service to those stain es Integrity, of cheery words, of Hellas is tho Greek name for Greece. ..i... i..r. imin CONHIUI. In the course of literature of Ills profession. The studies of 1807. ON appointed by thecounty which In his early iluy.s were Id task have gonerou encouragements, of kindly acts, of Anybody who doesu't know how to pro-- hort time ho wu n become, tho Ileitis of Ids locreatlon. Tho gentle charities a life without envy, withnounce this, will please remember that For full Inloroiation about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Cata court, iuder thu law then -- In force, to thu Stanford, Ky. thocominon law. Its traditions, the out malice, freedom from backbiting mid Greece Is now pronounced as near loRue AddVess, MK3. NANNIES SA.UFL.EY, Lady Phincii-al- , county uttorney. Ho ret' Tlned nt olllco of . doing but little almost lildduii sources from which It sprang, detiuctioii a heart that always heats In Hollas possible. Glasgow Times. Montlcollo but u few yeni-sthe life, the customs, the barbarisms, thu sympathy with distress and a hand that Is HEBQ Trie OLUS-QuAgood for himself or uny ouu else, a passion developed In feud, the dawning civHUathui, which i;avu readj to rellexo the poor. With strawberries at 14 cents a galf,.r fox uml deer hunting had it primary tone and coloring are to him noil Of his brethren at the bar, some ot them lon and sugar less than live- cents per Thoroughbred Suroc Jerssy EEO HOBS Mm, and he hpiint alxnit all ho made In buy- .. ..... xprlugs of delight. With tho fervor of mi uro now treading thu mountain langes of and keeping pack in iioinni. pound, there should bo a few jars of In" enthusiast, hu dwells upon the splendid life. Others are only ascending Us Eastern jam lawyer who lUcovoied that he would make put away in tho humblest cupboard Jly breeders were selected (row the lxt herds of dlsolplo of TheiiiN than Nlmrod, courage, the Knightly honor of tho old bar- slope. In the pilgrimage, somo will fall out against the coming winter days. LouA n better of this turnout brvul of nwiiie in ecral Stale uplemllil lot oPpigs of dllterent ugej tor tale. 11 red took him to tak on uceoiint on of Kuglaiid, wiio, even In thu seven fold later than he. With thoso who survive, Ids very brusquely e uowsa iocljltv SJtU!actiuu guaranteed. feudalism, kept allvo tho spir fa.no us a lawyer shall bo us Imperishable as isville Times. t l.Ulmiirovldenco mid with a friendly per- - servitudes of solicited. Address Schlatter, the "divine healer," ordered liltn to leave the town jt of exulted freedom. With the discernment It Is pun. In their memory ho will live ...,.i.rl.iess R. H. BRONAUGH, dead, bus turned up In Cleio u hollniU In tliatwlld, rough, longest mid more fondlj bocauso hu was their 1 M Orchard, Ky. locate In Somerset for tho practlco. of phlloopher hi dogs mid liberty of primitive hocloty w liich N based on friend. land, O. Hill look tho advice. Leaving LET MFCS I vV We Keep Only The Best. PEVVy'S DRUG STORE. 'i. -- V" ' a ' I "' nl ..... "" i. uinTMfTV YlLliNllY j DSfflHSEEEfflSfflg ea a 1 11 00 Attracting a Crowd ls. nr-le- nt - With Our Special Values In At Prices that ml-fil- Con-gros- imfloiil Ken-luck- Fine Suits Just ! Good All Wool Suits $7, uii $10, $12, $15. Up Ever. get STRA W HA TS. Prices p. hu kv riiuch-ubtisc- d, often-mouthe- d, j SUMMER UNDERWEAR. SHOES. Up Yests. Guaranteed or u" to-w- lt: fr ' s I mk-,os- J. FEOIIMAX do. "y '- Kentucky, Hotel Building. ed ed METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, SIDING, stSSv STANFORD, CEILING, id A.C.SIMBJ KY. $STs&y FINISH. s ng Farm and Yard FenceCorn, Shipstuff, Hay, .tt n s This', m-i- Ih-oi- i Feed of Every Sort Car-Loa- THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE, m of-th- J. H. BAUCHMAN Sl CO. SI-'-- 5 Tu-,- k, ouicu-holdtu- g, STANFORD FEMHLE COLLEGG. President. MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, .w i OPENED his-tory- of !" Corrta-ondeui- -- ii 'j i"- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., POLITICS The president nominated Henry .L. Wilson, of Washington State, to be minister to Chili. A Pennsylvania man was nominated to be minister to Switzerland, the place Brutus J. Clay was after. Seuutor Bennett is figuring on getting the fusion nomination for circuit judge in the Richmond district. "Not a comma of the Chicago platform," says Mr. Bryan, "id to be changed for tho next presidential campaign." President McKinley passed through Kentucky yesterday en route to Nashville. It was the llasl time lie had ever been in the State. Judge Cantrill's special term of circuit court convened Tuesday at Frankfort, but was adjourned without a de clsion in the Hunter indictment case. Clerk Cnutlcld refuses to give up his - June u, 1897 W. P. WALTOX. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fo Jp'latfCn, S. J. SHACKELFORD " Circuit Judge, M C. SAVE LEY. ' Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " Erpmentatire, - IV. F. NORTH. " Counh) Judge, - J. E. LYNX. " Counhi Clerk, - GEO. B. COOPER. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. ' Circuit Clerk, J. F. 1IOLDAM. " Sherif, - - SAUL M. OWEXS " Jailer, GEO. W. DEUORD. " Attruor, - - C. G. BAKER. " Coronet, - - W.V. LANDGRAF. Supt. School, GARLAND JINtiLETON K Iv do the talking nessee and Kentucky is said to amount 20th at.'c. B. II. Neulc, of Madison, sold to a to something between o,000,000. and Nashville party his trotting stallion, $10,000,000. ) Cbuntv Judge Hutchins has ordered Baron Bell, for $000. In Muson J. T. Hackloy sold this week to Win. guards placed at u where an attack has been Wright, of Hustonville. an American county, hornless bull calf for $.10. For a lino grny C;Hsiinere Suit wotli 16. threatened by raiders. Woods & Lynn sold In Cincinnati a of Parkersburg, W. Mrs. Tanner, Va., awoke to find that her baby which car load of lambs at f to 0c. The maBuys u fine Hlue, Illack or Grey Cheviot Siiitworth fa elsewhere, was sleeping by her side, had been bit- jority of them went at ojc. F. M. Ware ut MoKInnoy isngentfor ten to death by nits. M. Erskino Miller, one of the fore Buckeye Harvesting Machines. Cull most business men of Virginia, is dead on him for ull kinds of repairs. Is our spjclal price on our Ilrow.i I'laid Suit for this week. They of in California. He was a are stylish in cut, eleguit in material and workmanship, They fit James Thompson sold to W. B. Kidd. fnultlesdy, place at Eudyville prison to J. M.Tins- - the late Gen. John Echols. of Clark, SO cuttle ut 4jc. A boy named Sears is to bo tried as undttS ut 4c Bourbon The trustees of the Kentucky Schools ley, his successor, and Warden Happy murder of Minister News. of Reform, Mrs. L. P. Y'andell nnd has ordered the guards to lockCaulleld an accessory to the county, who was killLawton in Knox For Boys' Wnslublo Sailor Collar" Suits Just tho thin for summer. The furmers of Woodford county Mrs. Wm. Cheatham, of Louisville, out of the prison. J. W. Campbell has taken chargo of ed by his son, Isom Lawson. huve culled u meeting to form an orS. A. Charles, of Lexington, D. H. Mrs. y In the federal court at Owensboro ganization, the object of which is to Howard and B. T. Conway, of Leba- the Middlcsboro Herald, Mr. S. S. having gotten enough in short or Judge Burr ordered u tax levy to sat- raise tho price of wheat. non, nnd V. P. Walton, of Stanford, Hoys' NIcj Cncdmere Suits in sizes 4 to 14 years, , Twenty thousand acres of land in met at Louisville, Tuesday night, and der. Mr. Campbell was formerly on isfy another $7,000 judgment on railroad bonds in Muhlenberg county. Martin county, tho property of tho Tug elected Mr. Conway president to suc- the Carrollton Democrat. The bolters and Hannacrats have deand Insane Asylum nt River Coal and Salt Company, was sold ceed Mrs. Cheatham An Inmate of tho Is our Special Price on n fine line of It'jcfcr Suits in all i'uck, worth Messrs. Howard and Walton, treasurer, cided to call a Suite convention, and Columbus, O,, killed himself by jabbing under the hammer for $08,000. double the luonev elsewhere. say they are going to nominate a a corset stay in his flesh. He made Samuel Forsythe bought 100 barrels and secretary, respectively. The trus- they tees have been hampered by a lack of ticket. "to be voted for." They do not over 100 holes before ho completed the of corn this week, of J. L. Neal: also 100 of Rome Cornish, paying $1.50 at funds to prosecute the erection of build say by whom. Louisville Dispatch. job. Former Congressman Paul J. Sorg Les?on Bu- the crib. flnrrodsburg Sayings. Legislature passed an ings, but the last The International Bible The Register says there were about act enabling trustees of charitable ami has announced his candidacy for U. reau filed articles of incorporation In (Jents' Underwear for Hot Underwear. other Stato institutions to borrow mon- S. Senator to succeed Mark Hanna. the Kenton county conrt by Dr. Davis 400 cattle on the Richmond market ey on the credit of the State and they John R. McLean, of the Enquirer, has W. Clark, J. R. Clark and E. W. Milli-kl- Monday and that a good many sold at Buys n fu uit of Italuriggan. 4c. Some changed hands by tho head ContS Htiys a Milt of lino will proceed at once to business. In already shied his castor into the ring. Hnlbriggan in nil colors; guaranteed not to fade. A quality u.tinlly The state auditor's statement June 1 Spanish und brought probably us much as 5c with best order to acquaint themselves In tho Phillplne inlands the sold nt II per twit, Sinking government has captured 2o Roman and tic H$r iouiid. methods for building and conducting shows the following figures: fcSjrLadles' Vests at 6c nnd 10c each; worth double the money "Xj&a Strawberry growing has become nn such institutions a motion prevailed Fund balance, $411,478, school fund Catholic priests supposed to bo in symthat the trustees should visit the Ten balance, $117,700; general expenditure pathy with the rebels and has roasted iniortaut Industry In Carlisle county. The Burdwell Star says W. N. Bard nessee Industrial School, said to be a deficit. $400,42.V, outstanding warrants. them alive. $.V1,000.-00- 0 made a net profit of $72'J.0.'t on seven For loc NiccSwNs Kihbed Vests; Ecru or White with Tapped nerk model in everyway, and after they ex- $1,421,41)2. The United States produced Dr. A. D. James will appoint Thoman nnus. Quality never sold uiitl'jr 25c. For J.jc, the finest Swiss amine the details will be better preof gold In 1S80, and tho direc- acres of berries and L. T. Jennings worth Hil)lx.'d. Keru or white pointed yoke, A 40c quality. pared for final action July l.'Uh, as J. Yandell, of Marlon, to be his tor of the mint estimates our output made $X7.50 clear on two acres. when the board will again meet in Chief Deputy as United States Mar- for ISU7 at $00,000,000, or a gain of l.'l The Advocate riorts that Karris & SHOES nnd OX FOKDS. Our hoo sales hnvo exceeded any thinir wo have ever Mull at n reasonable price 60o Louisville. Towns wishing to secure shall. The appointment is insisted up per cent, in u year. Whitley sold a car load of hogs at .'to done before It Is because we have the "of the reformatories and on by Senator Deboe, and A. T. Herd, wet and bought an extra bunch of yearling for Ladiet' Oxford', black or tan. At II, Our toe slipwr with bueklu and how tan, a the location Extreme and prolonged cold and are willing to offer inducements can of Lexington, will havo to be turned weather has damaged Michigan's peach cattle J. M. Salleu & Co. sold beaut) . At II 60, the ox blood in the lnteit otyle "Newton" toe, worth f3. The of the Carpet ami Curtain hmmmi is here Always gel our prices leforo you confer with or address Secretary Wal- down in spite or the fight made for him orchards to such an extent that this to J. C. Johnson 1H7 lambs that averagby Dr. Hunter and Sam J. Roberts. h ed S4 pounds ton, at Stanford. at file. Monte Fox, agent buy At 15c, Patent Shade Curtain, well worth 25c. At 26c, n linen with patent roll year's crop will not bo more than Judge S. M. Carson, who represented for Weihl, bought 250 oxixirt cnttlo nnd in hnndsoine designs. the usual yield. A NEW pat ty to bo known as the Sil- the 50th Legislative district, composed Lightning struck a powder factory Friday und Monday, to go in Juno and ver Republican party was organized of the 10th ward, in the last Legislanear Munich and exploded 11,000 July, at 41 to4c. this week in Chicago. There were rep- ture, is prominently spoken of as a can Houses were jKHinds of gun jiowder. resentatives from 32 States, including didate for Judge Carson shattered A. UK11AXSKY & CO , pRonitKTORs. miles away nnd trees ut- HUSTONYILLC. li Kentucky, and plans for an active cam- served faithfully through the war in rooted but no one was killed. T. D. KANEY, Manaokh. paign for bimetallism by the indepen- Wolford's First Kentucky Cavalry, and Rue Jc Spillraan tvill be in HustonNicola Tesla says that he enn tele 1 Ith of June. dent action of the United States were was aftorward city judge of Crab OrPictures Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lawrcnceburg. Oynllilnna, Versailles, Emigraph for 20 miles without wires, and ville about the formulated, through free coinngo of chard. Louisville Commercial. nence, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown. Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, I ml. able to send n mes- mude ut your homes. that he will soon be both silver and gold at a ratio of 10 anThe Climax has from the outset any part of the earth without to 1. Both metals are to be equally nounced its purpose to stand by the sage to An Uncuncloua Kxplwuatlon. tho use of a metallic circuit. clothed with every attribute of full Democratic party in its local, state and Michael Forten, the man who hangFirst Chappie I wonder now, Choi-limoney and debtors are to be given the national organizations. An honest and tho donkey ever right to choose which com shall be the open primary has been held, and it now ed Walter H. Lennox Maxwell, the used howthe er. emblem of canio to bo us stupidity? slayer of Arthur Prellcr, has lost his basis of payment. As the men aTo. un- protioses to wield what influence its Second Chappio (with n yawn) brooding over what known quantities in politics, it is not conscientious course may have given it mind from constant Don't know, I'm sure, dcuh boy. Must Carpets, Mattings, Hugs. Wnll Paper, Ac. I will ofTer for snlo some of the very likely that the movement will amount to elect the ticket that shall use the was one of the most noted cases ever Imve been before our duy. Brooklyn choicest pattern", repnrdles.s of Cost. This tried in St. Louis Life. to much. rooster us its emblem. Richmond CliAt Princess Anne, Mil., Wm. Anmax. An UinltTttamllnK Itraciird. drews, colored, was taken from tho ofDemocrats seem destined to split "Say, why don't you recognize mo of the court-hous- e up almost as badly on the tariff as on ficers at the door Told Must bo made in order to make room for some largo purchase of Kiirnltti'e which and killed by a mob. Ho had just been wlicu we pass?" the money question. Five Southern "Don't you know that tho inferior are now under construction In the different factories. Your Inst nnd only chance to In Chicago during May 410 people tried, convicted nnd sentenced to death both of those from South CarSenators, salutes first?" buy Matting cheap A dividend of '25 per cent i insttntly declared upon every silolina and Georgia and McEnery, of died of pulmonary diseases. for felonious assault. "Yes, I know it, but I thought you ver dollar rolled into my hoiiH'. Now could you mnkeone-fotirtTwenty-si- x persons were wounded by of n dollar easier Louisiana, voted with the republicans Will McAndrews and Tom Murphy, an explosion'in afire works establish two Lexington boys, stole twtfblcyoles, didn't. "New York Snu. tlinu by saving it in a legitimate purchase? In finish a ml design my entire stock in to place a duty of 20 per cent on raw right up to dnte and will be priced on the Lowest Cadi ilnsis. cotton ad valorem, and it passed the ment in Chicago. but were dismissed by the Court on the The ICraMiii. .A mob at Defiance, Ohio, built a 42 to 19. These fellows eviof their mothers that they Senate assurance She How do you account for tho dently agree with Gen. Hancock that bridge Saturday night in defiance of an would thrash them. Chief of Police dionnous increase of tho English spar-ioin Americn? the tariff is a local issue, in which ev- injunction of a court. Jesse saw that It was done right. Former Mayor Cooper, of Atlanta, He They're too ugly to go on womery man gets ull he can for himself and Mrs. T. M. Gaumer, whose assailant constituents regardless of the rights of was sentenced to three months' impri- was hanged by a mob at Urbana, O., en's huts. Chicago Kccord. others or whether it is petit or grand sonment for embezzlement. says members of the mob killed by the Not a Wnrtl. W. B. Coffee was killed in the court- soldiers should be looked upon as larceny. Weary Haggles Say, Dusty, w'at room at Junction City, Ark., by J. J, as soldiers willing to spill their would ycr say if it rained beer? A kepuhlican has written a red hot Sheppard, an opposing lawyer. blood for the holiest of ull und any Dusty Rhodes I'd bo too full fcr utletter to President McKinley objecting The present eruption of Mount Vesu- causes. Ynlo Kccord. terance Kcyond doubt wo have thu best Paint on ihemarket. vius is the greatest since tho year 1872, very strenuously to Deboe and Roberts Joseph Richardson, the eccentric being permitted to dish out ull the pic, when 00 persons lost their lives. New York millionaire, is dead. For The Truth About It, Prof. Barnard, while making an as- years he has lived in a house fivo feet without consulting Gov. Bradley and When wo fto walking out nt'niK'M, To keep her tutfu from lmnn the other republicans who made the cension with his airship at Nushville, wide und his clothes during the past 10 I look quite ready for a llRht change of administrations in Kentucky had a narrow escape from death. Ami slio cllnKu to my unn. years have not cost him $1 u year. He Bud Price killed one and fatally possible. If McKinley is a practical selected his coffin .'J2 years ugo nnd has Ah, then tho blndex blink right and left. politician he will heed the advice con- wounded another of tho Hampton kept it in his houso since. At Lowest Cash Prices. Ami at tho jiluylioUMj door, Of thvlr bravado imito bert'ft. tained in the letter, else he nor any brothers in a fight near Knoxville. A double tragedy tho outcome of a They guzo down at tho floor. A monster snake, supposed to be a family feud occurred in Clinton. Henother republican will ever get the smell Hut, xtrict veracity to tell, which escapeu irom a ry Foster and John Shootman, who had of a vote from Kentucky again. ' I do not inako tho stir. circus, is at large in Woodford county. long been ut outn, quurreled. B'oster I'm big and strong, jwrdl but well The meeting of the Kentucky Phar stubbed Shootman in tho side several Thoy stand in awo of her. The Louisville Dispatch is u little Troth. premature when it says: "The trus- maceutical Association will bo held at t times with n dirk. Ephrlam Redell Crittenden Springs the 10th and 17th. j went to Shootman's assistance, and shot tees of the prospective reform schools Tho grain collected in ,the United Foster through the head. Both men met last night and located one at Lex! ington und another at Lebanon." The States for the famine sufferers in India were fatally wounded. Cnib Orchard now has thu fluest tentorial IJY locations have not been decided upon will bo sold and tho money sent instead. An Indiana editor was recently sucof At Morchead, Alex Abbott was con- cessful in a suit against u delinquent urtlst In tho cantry In thu thu scissors and but may be at the meeting which will HiiAKKMOiiK, wild liandlfs and tho jury In u.xjiert style. Call on him when be held in Louisville July l.'lth, and not victed of subscriber who "had never ordered the razor u clean shave or stvllsli haircut. you 7 returned a verdict of life imprison- paper" (?), but who, It was found, had want on the .'list, as that paper had it. ment. It, nut. It. Inncs' great concert band, composed foiriittii'K' cnlhul fin nnil tnlfnn Courier-Journyesterduy teem. of 50 or more pieces, will furnish the of the The for two years. The ! oJ with supplications to the boltocrats music ut the Nashville Exposition till court ordered that the subscriber pay und denunciation of democrats but it Aug. 1. 'A tho subscription account of $U and $10 All guardian. Administrator, and such Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, will fall on deaf years. The democrats who havo not mado n sottlomout with tho costs of suit: Corbin News. Richard, Culdwell, of Memphis, shot Lincoln County Court In thu last two years Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. will pay no attention to it and the oth- ntlll bll. Mmv. rnnMna flt Pn,,.n ,,, aro hcruhy notllled to como forward at oucu will no more be led estray by it. und wmj hIiue,f or class uud settlu or they will Im proceeded against kIcd whUe reslstl Square, Stanford, Ky Room Oppo.Mte Court-Hou- se V. L. DAWSON. according to law. Is now without a party or a np,.i The C.-20 Judo Lincoln County Court. Long, Charles Kidd and Miss Cora constituency. Mrs. Lucy. Nelson, aged 70, commitboth of Ottenheim section, were marLouisvillo by It hardly worth whilo to try to civ- ted suicide inhealth had mude shooting I ried ut John Harris' yesterday. Ill her dc-sturt-e- d 'herself. ilize tho red raun. The one who Turn Wn jliiiiotnri frtnlrt xlint, t.hn wom present hpeck of wur In Mon- KimndiMit. tho en they loved, but who wouldn't mar In Hungor, Maine, last week, four ry them and then killed themselves. j tana is a graduate of the Carlisle w carry a lawr Mock of Furniture ot all kind. thU year school. Ho shot a herder almost with- young men wei o lined 815 and costs for jwlcheawr than and Miss Eunice anybody than ever IWoreand willChilled, Andrew Anderson The OHer out provocation and then pot his tribe whlsjiering and chewing tolu in church Noakes.dllUghtor of IlOV. K. D. NoilkeS, Silver Steel Plowt:ChattanuoKa and j.oinu Vulcan. ami of all Cultivator mid Double hhuvels, nil Malta of Chcyennes to back and protect him. on Sundny. were1,i,i,1tP,.,ni.i.liiiiTl j ester- - khil'. ,ho heiit , ,ho worl(1 farmer, call In and ni.lke Wo hnvo added a splendid line of Clothing to our" well selected stock of General Mrs. Nancy E. Clem, twice sentenced An v get any ttilwu; you want Irom a bugxy uown. fI). S. CAUTKNTKU. lUrspcctfully, Merchandise and aro now prepared to The excellent sketch of Col. T. P. to bo hanged for murder, but who Tho Richmond Climax aptly speaks inally escaped on a technicality, died at Hill, which with a picture of the genof William Robinson Cook as tho man I tleman, appears on our first page, was Indiunapolis. I J who has conquered nn army of suitors JVI l written by Judge M. C. Suufley, who The Payette fiscal court settled with and won a queen in tho person of Miss suit to a wedding outfit. Any thing you want from an ovcry-dnperhaps knows his real worth better the insurance companies for $.'11,000, Kllen Granger Owsley. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pior. Our stock of loss sustained by the burning of tho tnan any otner man in tne county. court-houst Tho resignation of Preridpnt Charles C. W. Sparling, u midget, is dead at Louis Loos, of Kentucky University, Senator Tillman says tho word "only" was left out of the domocratlo plat- Kansas City. Ho was .'14 years old and was accepted, but ho was retulned in Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Notions, Shoei, Chinawarc, Glasswnrc, Qucenswnrc, &c was nevor more complete form in connection with tho tariff, af- was only 42 Inches In height and weigh- charge of the chair of Greek language table. Everything Portere meet all trains. ed 53 pounds. 80 ter discussion. and literature. toll-gat- e Two Negroes barely escaped lynching at DiMitur. Ala., for outraging it little girl. Fivo hundred lives are said to have been destroyed in a gale on Cliusun Archipelago, off tho China const. Fruit men of St. Paul cull this tho banner vcur for berries. They have never had so many strawberries as now. The deal In coal lands in East Ten- FARM AND TRADE, two-year-o- ld There will bo 20 good steers on tho market Monday. R. II. Bronuugh's Kitty B., selling 0 to ft, won nt Latoniu Tuesday. P." P. Nunnolley told ut Richmond Yqu are nfler wo now hnvo it nnd in greater nbuudntirc than ever before It 6 rites Monday 22 yearling cuttle nt $21. you in two ways. 1st, with oUhmiasm wlion you seo the itoods ami 2nd Mmt- J. no Winchester Democrat notes numerous sales of lambs for delivery Juno ling when you hear tlm price. Don't take our wor.1 for it but read our prices, They IF FOR SOMETHING STRIKING 1 $2.50 $5.00 $8.00 LOTHXl r V2 LJi son-in-la- w l,:t.'0-ioun- d l,100-H)undo- rs Cas-sit- 50c At $1.00. At $1.50 and $2. UHDERWEAR I 1 n. 50c 60 15 and 25c. 1 ''up-to-date- " ut-Hc- . CM-m- one-tent- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. o, CLEARANCE SALE! News Briefly Great Sacrifice Sale h I w IV. IV. WITHERS. STANFORD. lie-roe- s, PAINT. BESMT,2ggDY LEAD. Heady-mixed 0IL& VAKM$f)G$, (0L0K$, CRAIG &l HOCKER. I I 23 I NOTICE UnDGHCAKinG ih.t-.o- ii wife-poisoni- -- C. M'CLARY, I al post-otlic- o NOTICE Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. MflTRMONIflL, J. D S. CARPENTER, Hustonville, 111 leiLMMG, y, q SO fif Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. e. l.aucaster, Kentucky, s. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, first-clas- FARRIS A HARDIN, JVafVTMl Vaa,, yy. . . 3 Go to George Kxtein's nnd get your FRUIT Jnrs and Jelly Glares of all Perry- clothes cleaned, pressed and dyed. He vllle, spent several days with his sis- - kinds al Warren & Shank. ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL pays cash for second-hanclothes. tor, Mrs. II. S. Wither. The soda water at Penny's is pure, MlSSiMAltYCAUTr.lt returned from Mil. A. G. Kastland got a letter cold and refreshing. Try it. yesterday. Mr. W. II. Car Stanford, Ky., -- June ii, 1897 Missouri has been In Kansas a year or Tub cool weather continues with in- from his brother, W. B. Eastland, .f ter, who Mercer, yesterday, stating that his Hot weather is upon us You will have to get out of those heavy clothes I can y and horse fell with him a few days since two, returned with her. dications for light showers fit you up in Miss Lucile Mknkkki: returned wanner. 12. ('. Walton, Ik'sisr.'w Manager. and broke one of his legs. yesterday from Georgetown college, You can go to Richmond and back Ix the Circuit Court Tuesday which sho says had the loveliest com Sunday for 7."o. Special car for whito the day was devoted to the case Tin: best 1h cheapest. That's why she over saw. our paints, load and oil aro "Cheapest. mencement people. See Lige Farmer for tickets. F. Campbell, who got jealous of his Mu. M. W. Jonbs and wife and Mr. Pinny's Orug Store. wife and shot her. There wero many Tow Linen Suits, Serge and Alapaca Coats nnd Vests nnd Luster Cents Suits of I HAVB on sale at my gallery picFrank Jones, of Casey, wore here yesnhnost any culor or weight Terms strictly CASH nnd Prices LOW. terday buying furniture and other tures of old Hush Branch Campbelllto mitigating circumstances connected PERSONALS. with tho case and the jury let him off house-holarticles for tho latter church. A. J. Earp, Photographer. Miss .Jessie Cook is visiting in with a fine of 75. Tho Danville & who is about to go to housekeeping. Tliosi: who want to see President Hustonvllle pike was adjudged not Gboiioi: W. HUN.s, of Moreland,was Miss Bessie Meneeee has joined hero yesterday. Ho tells us that big McKlnley and the other attractions at guilty after ti ial Wednesday of charg ought ing excessive tolls. Sam Rothwell for ; and the bicycle brigade. preparations are b,'lng made for tho Nashvlllo Mb. and Mus. Hoiibut Hauijino marriage of Miss Agnos Spears, of the to take advantage of the low rates of- whipping a boy was fined $10. Spencer Jgj fered by the L. tc N. were hero Wednesday. Spaw was lined i20 In two cacs for sell Wot End, to Mr. Cpoper, of AND MUS. J. C. IIayh went to Mlt. on the Ifith. Whipped. Dr. W. B. McClure got ing liquor unlawfully. Charles Brown, Lebanon Tuesday to visit relatives. MISSUS SALLIB, SADIB AND LlZ.lE a sound drubbing from Dr. Roboit In jail and unable to give bond to keep .. . i. i.. ., Mus. ANSA mYclary Is attending Hawkins left Wednesday morning for dlscharg-- 1 Bryan, at Lexington, because he ob- the peace, was ordered to be VerWe have every thing New and Freab; no old &tock. A new line of the W. C. T. U. convention at Mt. Hustouvtlle, where they will spend tho jected to the latter visiting his sister-in-la- ed. Ed Compton, for petit larceny, got non. three months. Tho jury In the case of Miss Sadie's friends will summer. Miss Berkley. Dr. McClure Mus. .Ibuuy Smith, oMollleo, Is vismiss her, especially a certain young used to live at Junction City and Is Lena Hogan, colored, charged with 11. McKln-ney- . iting her mother, Mrs. It. perjury failed to agree. Witnesses man of East Corbln. News. well known here. A complete stock of every thing in tho Drug Line. Lntcst style; best saw her take a pistol from Cato Crench-aw'- s Mlt. HAUDIN Ckaio, of Owensboro, quality. Miss llEULAll GuiMBS, of Garrard, who graduated this weok at Centre Tub III Dudderar tract of land, coniookot when he was arrested but is visiting Miss Mary Cook at Cook's College, was here yesterday to see the taining .'15 or 40 acres, situated at foot she swore before the trrand jury that Springs. trustees with reference to getting tho of Halls Gap, will be sold in front of she did not. Compounded Accurately Joseph Davis nnd Miss Julia Adams, Seminary next session. Ho Is a bright court-hous- e in Stanford, Jnno 14, counYesterday John Campbell and liar, of tho Kast End, were married both young man and has had 15 months' ex- ty court day, at about 2 P. M. Terms man Aceslinger, white, wero given five Tuesday. e perience as a teacher. made known on that day. Mrs. Kate years each for breaking into the SYLLL'S Johnson, son of Free SilDHUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. gj of James Hughes at Rowland P. Miller, Ex'tr., &e. ver Johnson, Is very ill with throat NEWS, HOME and stealing bacon. Win. Elliott is also Tub Sbminauy, Prof. F. J. DutTy, to be tried for the same offense. W. S. trouble. W. 11. Brady. FltBSU Hsh principal, and Miss Ruth Ellison, as- Hilton, won his suit for $.100 against Miss Mattib Jackson, of London, SEE OUH- Is the guest of Misses Pattio and Sotlo sistant, closed yesterday after a suc- W. A. Flint, of Texas. Nbw shirt waist sets, links and belts. cessful term. morning ho The foreman, Dr. Alcorn. J. T. Bohon, tells Danks. Mlt, II. N. IlOM.Blt attended a "Hsh See tho window. leaves for Nnrragansett Pier, where us that the grand jury will adjourn Frifry" at Bradfordavlllo Tuesday and Fl.OWBH Crocks and Jardinlcresof all he will remain during the season, when day afternoon. It has returned but live ho will go to Harvard and take a sjhj" Indictments yet, only one being from had a big lime., kinds at Warren Jc Shanks'. Mus. Jambs Dunn and children, of cial course. During the three years e robbery. 50 BNOU.W BD cards and plate for il. Prof. Duffv has tauirht here he has the Tanner Damllle, aro visiting her father, Mr. The petit jurors were discharged yesLatest styles. Danks, the jeweler. J. M. MeRobort. made many friends who dislike very terday till Monday. j Best and Largest Line of Imple:nent9 in town. See us before buying. Mus. Mauy A. Tompkins, of LexHoof Paint. Guar-Fo- r much to give him up permanently. BLACK Enamel . ington, is tho guest of her daughter, Tub Odd Fellows' Memorial Dayser- -' sale by an toed to last live years, TUTTLB.--Mrs.P. Tattle died at man by Eld. J. T. Slmrrard was one of Mrs. L. H. Pryor. EZ IZ Craig it Hooker. her homo near Turnersville Monday his best efforts, being interesting and' News comes from Lancaster that a SUB our sani des of paints and wall night of consumption after a lingering instructive and was listened to by a (.on has arrived to bless the union of Known Before. Satisfaction Gunranteed Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Boazloy. p:iKir and get our prices before pur- Illness and was burled in the Huston-vlll- e large audience at tho Presbyterian cemetery Wednesday morning church Tuesday afternoon, after which Miss Minnib Stuauii has returned chasing. W. B. MeRoborts. been enafter funeral services at the Turnersfrom London, where she has members of tho order, headed by It is the "Lebanon" and not tho Lex ville church by Rev. It. It. Noel. She the Stanford Brass Band and followed in a millinery time gaged for the ington Steam Uiundry J. W. Beldeu is was a Miss Sallce and originally lived store. ML W agent for. Barnes Wearen has the lat- In Wayne county nnd was a splendid, by a long procession of carriages, William IlCSBU and family left ter. marched to Buffalo Cemetery. FlowTHERE IS atBesides a husband ers by tho wagon load had been sent in christian woman. Wednesday for Enochsburg, Ind., to old umbrella she leaves a number of grown children DON'T throw your tend tho sliver wedding of his brother, and arranged by the tender hands of frames away, but take them to Sever to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and John Huser. tho ladies of Stanford nnd Lincoln counA MONO tho lit graduates at Centre ancc & Son's and have them covered loving mother. ty. Arriving at tlfe cemetery, a bou. College, this year Is Joseph McAllster, while you wait. Reversed. Dr. J. B. Owsley Is ex- quet of three links and llowers In great of Stanford, and M. L. Itaney, formerW. Hall's Great Rail- ultant over a case Col. T. P. Hill and profusion were placed ujwn the graves ClHCUS.-- G. That our price; and quality of goods nrc right than the fact tlint we nro ly from hero. road Circus .vlll stretch its tent hero J. S. OwhIc.v, Jr., have won in the of the 20 deceased brothers sleeping Sellingtbem Our customers realize the unprecedented Values we aro Mus. J. S. OWSLBY, Jit., and James Monday, July 1U. Mr. Hall Is well Court of Appeals. When Arch Walk- there, the ceremonies concluding with 1 offering in ' McElwaln left yesterday to visit her known to many of our circus goers. er assigned Dr. Owsloy. in behalf of an address by Rev. A. J. Djughertee, parents, Col. and Mrs. James McElchildren by his first wife one of tho charter members of StanTub L. A: N. got the contract to haul Mr. Walker's waln, at Franklin. who was a sister of tho doctor, sued ford lodge, which elucidated the prinof cattle J. W. Bales, A. A. McKlNNBY, JU., and James tho SO him for money advanced on the larm ciples of tho order and showed how And nre buying them. We can suit you in price and style at 4 to of Montgomery, Ala., two of Madison, bought In Boyle, nnd alII. Burton, bv Mrs. Walker's father, which was similar are tho church and secret orOur typical Southern dudes, aro visiting most every freight which passes here made a HeparaU; estate for her. Mr. ders In many respects. "Swet has a half dozen or more cars of them. their homefolks here. ma was then beautifully sung by Walker admitted all the allegations MISSUS SUB WllITLBY AND NELLIE Bid STUMP. Mr. L. C. King, who but his assignee demurred and Judgo ny of Stanford's best viallsts. Before Mamie Wilson Carpenter MUEl'llY-anlives on the Owsley farm near Hubble, Saulley sustained tho demurrer and the crowd dispersed, however, the sugare at homo after several months of tolls us that there is an old stump on this action the higher court reverses. gestion was made that llowers also bo hard study at Miss Hold's school in jho place which measures I'd feet In Tho decision will give tho heirs 200 strewn ujwn the graves of strangers Danville. of a acres of land or its value, about 110,- - burled there and this was done. Tho We offer Are nil fuil of Good Things GENTS' UNDERWEAR. Esther circumference. It is tho remains MIHSBS ANNIB MclvINNEY, procession was a lengthy one, which is which no doubt was the 000. Gents' Unlbriggan Shirts at 23c, 45c and 75c. See our 9i'c a Suit Unreturned Wed- yellow poplar Bureh and Mary Helm Odd Felderwear A genuine bargain biggest tree in this part of the State. II BUB You A HB. Below is the slate appreciated by the order. The nesday morning from Lebanon, O., lows are under special obligations and which Hib Excellency, Boss Davison, where thoy have been attending a Nor ! Without Bail. John Dugan, who Is said to have made out for a county ask us to express them to the ladies mal school. assassinated John C. Colson at Mid- ir MBSDAMBS C. A. Sl'BKiBL, of Shelby as to who so bounteously contributed llowers Ho is somewhat in doubt dloslMiro. was held without bail at ticket. We have an accumulation of Lndies' nnd Misses' Fine Oxford?, which and performed other kindnesses and eswe offer nt halp price. If you want n good half shoe for little money of Cin- Plnovillo. An etlort was made to have whom ho will honor with tho nomina- pecially to Mrs. Judge E. W. Brown, vllle, Ind., and M. Livingstone, judge, county attorney come nnd see them. cinnati, who aro visiting their father, Squire Beth Fuson taken on" the bench tions for county whoso assistance when called upon is and representative as at least two W. M. Doores, at Crab Orchard, and falling, tho defendant refused to Dr. A largo and numerous republicans are as free as tho water of life. were here yesterday. Introduce his witnesses. There was representation was on hand from both suramblim? for his endorsement for J3?"A Bargain. A fine b'ack mohair Underskirt, made ready for nte Tin: Misses Alcorn entertained at no attempt at violence and tho law will lodges. these olllces. The slate Is as follows: Lancaster and Crab Orchard for only fl. Mary and be permitted to take its course. Ei tea Tuesday evening Misses Sheriff, J. T. Rose; Circuit Clerk, Jus. Mary Harris, Emma Mabel Cow en, RELIGIOUS. Tub Elocutionary Contest for young C. King; Assessor, W. Randall Cook: Martin, Isabella Bailey, Adele Saulley ladles at Walton's Opera House, June Jailer, Joseph Phelps; School Eld. J. S. Klndrick, of Danville, is nnd Jennio and Marie Warren. A good conducting a meeting in Glasgow. Miss Kite Blaln. 18th, promises to bo a memorable occaMiss Katb HLAIN Is ono of tho few sion. Seven young ladles will contest ticket so far and a there Is more honRow II. C. Morrison is holding a torschool superintendents honored with a program for tho prizes, a $.'M) gold watch and a or in defeating a strong man than a rid sanctlllcatlon meeting in Hopkins-vlllplace on tho State Teachers' Headed toy U. S. MOOEL, HO. 38,353. 15 lamp, and at thoy aro all unusually weak one, the democrats are well pleasand sho will read an instructive paper Son of Klever's Model, No. 29.710. tho grcatcit breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S well qualllled for tho task tho outcome ed With tho gray gelding's selection. Eld. J. T. Slmrrard will preach at CLAUDE. No. 12.031, son of tho World' Columbian Champion, C'luuJu, No. 11,007. l'lno. at the Howling Green meeting. will be watched with deep Interest. the Christian church Sunday morning tonnv voung boars ready for survieo. a row snow gins oui enough to breed, and bred sows Mk. G. H. Watbus, who has been In every resptM't, with Commencement exercises wero a iliwcfalty, for sale. This stock Is strictly ilrt-cl- u and night. There will bo other features on the Tub pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed, write your w.mts or coma and ill for a long time of a stomach trouble, nt tho College Wednesday Rev. L. L. Pickett says his meeting see mv Iiors. program. .Miss Angle isaiiou win 0 continued is very low and his family have been afternoon when Miss Mary P. Harris' at Corbln continues with 100 or more A few f rush Jersey Cows for sale. Thoy aro good ones. Also Mammoth 1'oMn Duck charge of the musical part of It. In A. E. HUNPLEV. llov p.mvlllu, Ky. summoned to his bedside with tho sad Eggv, SI for M. class gave an art reception and Miss conversions and sanctlllcations. his death Is near at statement that Basb Ball. W. F. Sheridan, who Mary Cowcn's music pupils rendered Tho College of tho Bible at Lexinghand. is a base ball crank, and something of an entertaining program. Tho latter ton graduated 21 young preachers, but MbNBFBB, of the D. & D. Asyb. W. a player himself, Is getting up a nine consisted of a piano duet by Misses Salum, went In a special car to Hender- eomimsod of tho old ball players of rah and Cath Baughmnn, a piano solo none of them is from Kentucky. Rev. Georgo O. Barnes will deliver son Tuesday in charge of 50 or 75 deaf Stanford and as captain will challengo by Miss Mary Held, two National airs along his lecture on tho "Ton Lost Tribes" and dumb children, who live all right and left. Tho first game, which by tho chorus, a recitation by Miss this evening in tho Methodist church to Nash-vlllthe line. Ho will go thenco will likely bo tho last, will bo played Nannie Bruce Wearen, piano solos by C.-and spend a week at tho exposi- - with tho Stanford club In a few days Misses Stella Rupley, Minnie Sine, at Anchorage Yesterday's t iittt Rev. W. E. Smith, the, Canadian, will McRoberts, Eu Mu. and Mus. IIoracb Brown, who when Mr. Sheridan, Harvey Helm, nnd Hettlo Wearen, Mary preach at tho Methodist church, this, pitch- nice Earp, Kate Walton Waters, vocal have spent a week or two with tho hit- Dr. Penny will take time about Friday evening, at 8 o'clock and per- - Makes hard work easy. You can get moro solo by Miss Allio Huffman, recitation hero, Hon. ing, catching and umpiring. butter. You wash, salt nnd work tho butter's brother and sister haps Sunday morning and evening. by Miss Virginia Pickett and a piano o ter before taking it out of tho churn Miss Lottie Helm, left Harvey and A bible used in tho old Augusta LOOAN. Mr. S. II. Shnnks and Mrs. Baughmnn Tucsduy for Now Albany, Ind., where S. J. Embry have received the sad In- duet by Misses Catherine by President Bascom from 1821 to showed You One will vlsltbeforo returning to Se- telligence of the death of their brother-in-- and Mary Held, all of which 1847 has been presented to the Kenthey skill and careful training. By special tucky Wesleyan College, of Winchesattle, Washington. David Logan, which, occurlaw, request Miss Cowen and her sister, MBSDAMBS MAHdAHBT GILL, II. L. red a fow days since at New Market, Miss Mabel Cowen, sang a beautiful ter. Episcopal Year Book roports an Tho West, It. A. Stone, Mo., of paralysis. Mr. Logan, who forElkln, llansberry duet and In responso to an encore Miss increase of 210 clergy and a decrease o It will pay for itself in few weeks, Call and Misses Amanda George Patterson merly lived in this county, was 77 years and see it. audience- with 414 baptisms. The totals aro: Clergy, Anderson, Llzzlo Hrown and Alberta old and leaves besides a wife, who was Mary Cowon favored tho a solo. A visit to tho art room disclos- 4,721); parishes, tJ,:521; baptisms, 04,2111; Anderson, of Garrard, took tho train Miss Nannie Shanks, two grown childlarge number of very creditable communicants, G4 1,(102. Up-to-Da- te hero Wednesday for Mt. Vernon to at- ren. Ho was' a splendid old gentleman ed a Tho meeting at Hebron conducted by pictures made by Misses Tevls CarpenU. convention. tend thoW. C. T. is tho subject of much reand hia death ter, Mary Noel, Lita Belle Cash and Rovs. W. S. Grlnstead and C. II. Neal Turn hriilnl counles took the train gret of all who know him here. Complete and Convenient Freezer ever offered in tanf rd Ilcip irei lets labor Charlotte Warren, in crayon, wator is starting off well. Congregations and Most hero for Nashville Wednesday. Thoy i less time nnd less ice than any freezer, only requiring fio n one to two minutes to LONOBVlTY. Mr. John C. Hill, of colors, oil and sepia. All were studies interest Increasing. Two professed woro GcorL'o. D. Robinson, who had freeze cream. Wo gunranteo them to do all we claim and they aro vdd on trial. and the Mnywood section, who Is now In from nature and most of them truo to conversions on Wednesday night wedded Miss Mattlo Walker, Very respectfully, just and see for yourself. Try one. Tho Southern Presbyterian church Come niuu-leWltwor and pretty bride, who his 81st year, belongs to a family whose It. Thero wero two crayon drawings mum AHee Fox Young. Both wed- - longevity la remarkable. Tho com- of tho IXTEllioit JOURNAL which look- lias 28 Negro candidates for the minis& at Lancaster Wednes bined ages of Mr. Hill and his four liv- ed almost exactly like tho original. try; 4S ministers, M churches, 72 deadings occurred ing brothers and sisters aro ;1S0 years Miss Harris is an excellent teacher cons, 111 ruling elders, 1,501 Sunday iinv morning. of Burksvllle, and thoy all glvo promise of adding a and the exhibition showed that sho school scholars and 1,501 communiCOL. W. T. OWSLBY, cants. II. II. Grant, of Louisville, good many years to the sum total ex- had good material to work upon. The The Rev. II. M. Scuddcr preached commencement exo noxt feature of the -passed through to Lancaster Wednes. cept the above, who has been very 40th anniversary sermon at Eliza-vlllfor some tlito. The others aro Mrs. ercises was the concert to occur at his they went to attond tho day, whero this State, Sunday. Juno (Jth 40 Opera Houso last night and marriage of their relative, Miss Elleu Mary Illatt, Mrs. Allen Wood, Mrs. Walton's they will close this morning at 10 years ago he was installed pastor of Owaloy. Col. Owsloy is the oldest and Susan Brown, whollvo In Missouri and Presbyterian church and IsJ Receiving his- of whom Judge of Kansas. Tho dead of o'clock at tho sarao place with program tho Ellzavillo last of tho brothers, youngest. He is James A. Hill, Dr. gradua has ministered to the church continuHill, who was 81, of music, an essay contest, tho the family aro 'Miko Owsley was tho ously. Thero are but 10 members llv- is moro actlvo and in Mrs. Martha Hiatt, 78, and Mrs. Mari- ting essay of Miss Stella Balloti and84 vears old but took kin faculties on Mencfeo, 75. Their mothor, Mrs. tho presentation of medals and dlplo- Ing who were members when he Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. bettci' possession of all cnarge. Rebecca Hill, died at 89. mas. than most men of 60. "UNCLE ! s Jon" Hopper, of d Summer Clothing ! r to-da- r,: nm TOOL (RA$F $UI$. n d Hiu-tonvll- le. to-da- y I fmm'mMm:jA's,m Ntz. VV H. J. McROBERTS, . I,, . Mob-olasvill- o, (dUUUS . I Toilet Artiol Stationsirsr; Prescriptions W. B. MoROBERTS. -- meat-hous- to-da- ' Gultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES, HHRNESS, &C. I store-hous- . . T. ttv lEZ& mUCD tlAIM CICD 1 m mMmmwmmwgm&m$m INo B. K. WEAREN & SON. Better Evidence car-loa- 1 WASH GOODS. Gents' Furnisfilng Departments y" d Clotfting, Hats, Siloes, tf Half Price Sale of Oxfords 2 bol-tocra- ts SEVERANCE & SON. Super-intendo- n, mmmm$mm?mgmmM to e. fligli Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cnjnas. 1 ,,. n, The u J. Buckeye Churn col-leg- Will Sell on Trial. The Freezer. 1W VI .ll s HIGCtNS M'KINNEY. H. C. RUPLtCY, 1 iu. fee-bi- e, THE MERGHANT TAILOR-- -v iMJ SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ; j?;,d j' . .,.. fwwiM iqiMfr 4 wr.iainw.i.,.. ,.,,. ,t-- ., , i j; , ini.i.iWi.y,W),,,,-- , n.yt gmtumcayyJ MM OM0MM0MOINJ $1C.3j roil till trip CHATTANOOGA. the same mouths in preceding years. Oriag Bros.' Pure Lred Poultry. The medicine is bitter but lt is the on- from Junction City via Queen & CresIloylo Co. Poultry Viird. THE INTERIORJOURNAL Dr. Wnltor S. Beazlcy is the father ly way to reach the disease. cent Route, June lith and 15th, good I can now supply llio people with Prwtli A wont lo fanners. Ifyov make money la this of a fine boy, born on Tuesday. 10 days to return, account meeting Candy of mant, varieties and superior excel- ninl day and limn oa mutkep up with the times keep lency overt ilay. I am making It myself a prollt tlinmuKhlircds. They mature earlier mlth Mr. and Mrs. ll. E. Hughes, of ft) ercent of American Dental Association. Hubble, antlgtturantco .titlsfiirtloii. (Jlvo mo a rail. otmiryanlsmore thanthat thereian Thearr HKcmeut o.n3Tr!.a.a-s-PuTsUohoiTuosiaa b no mix In Is mirh visited relatives here. J. A. STKIMIKNSOX, Stanford. Nashville. breeds. We Kiurunlce all vks firille when shlpsl, AT the com- - Corn is selling for - per barrel in 11. Hod I'll Uainrs. linn, otttltieol IS 111:, t.t.m Miss Lula Batbon attended rJ. io round trip to Mtslivlllo by reS.I ' $U X'KIt YJSA.U IN' j.V V..VXCJC niencement exercises nt Lexington this this community. Surlier Cvlelirnlnl I'll U line purchasing tickets nt Chattanooga. " " ttlilloCrrvrd While Itollsli " -' Vl IteilCap. Inisirted " il M Elder W. F. May will be at the Visit Chattanooga, Chlckamauga, Look" charged. week, and intended to return in time to sTsT When not so paid SS.SO will " " lilac k Ml noreu. " ilw biipimi! inn it play the wedding march at the Owsley-Coo- k Christian church here Sunday. " " Sllser IjiusI Wjandotle. iH out Mountain enroutc to tho exposition. ' ' llarnsl l'l mouth ' KIV) flD DIIJM lftUrt G. A. Swlnobroad sold some cows to Superb vestibulod trains. W. C. wedding at the Christian church W isilnls, All breeds score alioe Lyon fc Allen at lie. Eubanks Bros, on Thursday 'night. CltAIW llllOS, l'ns.,JuucllonClly Ky. gen'l pas'r agt., Cincinnati, O. STANFORD, ICY., A telegram announces that Mr. S. bought some feeding cattle of W. II. Ml Sole proprietor of Dean's lllnck Diamond lloof To The Xouth. -- Tho (Jueen & Cre- - I'ulnt. Intimates jnrnl.luil for palntltii; wo.hI, M. Moss, n former resident of this Underwood for 4 Jo. TIME CARD. county, is dying metal and Iron root.. Satisfaction Kiianinteed All Tollgate guarding is all the talk hero cent Route has Inaugurated a service roofs painted with Dean's at Kingfisher, Okla lllaik Diamond Paint now, and everybody would rather be of observation cars on the famous Bltto warranted for rears. Dejler In le.t date rn 1'iiini.s homa Territory. Ho has prominent andtlalranlrod Iron filters. Ua!anled and lllaik taxed to buy the roads at what, they are Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati Iron (tooting of all kinds. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 21. if and wealthy relatives here. C. Hamilton now declines to with- worth than to meet the guards oxikjiipOs and Lexington. Free parlor cars and H. leave Manford at 7M0a. m nnl I p. Trains TIIOKOrOllllKKII On Mt.ii! Stiict, Stanford, returning- at 4: i p. w. and "" p. in. draw from the race for police judge. on them. It scorns to be a big question Queen t Crescent Standard vestlbuled and such laws will bring on more day coaches. Four trains dally to Cin! Judge Ephraim Brown, n member of DIVISION. KNOXVILLE cinnati with close connections with all the city council, who has berved as jo-li- talk. Tlio most pin-- 1 ..12 37 p in "No. 24 Train going North The people here find the telephone trains north. Queen & Crescent trains Apply to llo of tOI tircvds. judge, is also mentioned as a can.. 3 13 a in " " No. 2 " ..12 01pm attain tlio crcut-f- it " Nmth No. 2.1 " 17 of them would fill the from hero to Lancaster very conven- are without a peer In tho South. didate. Either ,. 10.1'piu " " wclirlit, fatten Ko.2J " ient. Last Thursday night Bon N'ny-lo- r miles shortest line, unequalled train itrik.(ti nl ii.it nt... office acceptably. Tor all Points. was taken violently ill, Dr. Kin- train service. W. C. Riucarson, gen'l fewLh Hours rvuilv fur A rule has been adopted by the young Mrvlco. ullts and sons already lireil. IMrs 'TimOWII TICKETS M)M. naird was telephoned for, and in about pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. of either so v. not akin. Questions and corHAlSOAC.I. CHECKED THROUGH, ladies, in a section of this county, not ! respondence promptly answered. For any Information enquire of to receive any company on bunilay, as 30 minutes he arrived and had the boy liucklin't Arnicti 6'tftv. J. H. k H. J. MeSOBERTS, Stanford. All thii deslrli'k' Uieust I'oits for plank they believe that it is a breach of the easy. We hope to soon have connecJOE S. MCE, Agent, mmI and ralllus or wire fence can find wliat they '.live In tho world fur cuts,, brulc The Stanford, Ky. command to keep the Sabbath holy. tion with Stanford by telephone. want at my store near Cedar Creek, nn the plk sores, ulcers. salt rheum, feicr tetter, chap. alwi leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford C. M. Adams was chosen trustee in ihiI hands, chilblains, corns and wire, eruption., all skin They are 'right and should adhere keep on hand a supply of plank for Tciielng. All QUEEN & CRESCENT. lt pultlvcly cures piles or no nay required. It U this district Saturday, and it goes now guara Jteed to give kinds of lumber lor bnlblliu purKes; also Uards satisfaction cr money restrictly to the rule. aiul ihluglrs. All H'rsons dmlrliiK any attlcleuf Trains paw Junction City as follows: funded, Price 23 cents per box. Kor sale by v. II. Unclortalcor, this kltnl cru call on me at my .tore near Cedar Mr. William Wood and Miss Jennie that he will look after tho interest of Mcltoberts, Druggist. 4 02 p m 11 .17 a m No. 2 North No. HSouth (I W. MNULhlUN. 3J Creek. No. 3 " ......1124 pm " 4 " ..... 3 45 a in Barlow were married at the residence the community in employing a teacher Hustonville. Kentucky " 130pm 1121am " No. 5 " will jdo their duty. The money Stamh nt Iht Head. 60Oam of the bride's father, James Barlow, a who 8 20pm "10 " No. 9 (IrTnra lils M'rrlivs In the of West Lincoln y Aug. J ltogel, the leading drugi'Itt of Shrcie EARN MOMEY. stock of Cotuiisand Cask Note Nos. 3 and C do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 prominent distiller and farmer, the 0th. that Is due this district ought, to and Casey counties, IHscovvry m j the Junction City, neither i, 'lr, King's Newand Is Is best ets always on nana. lull no further South than lrt, a good teacher for at least six only thing 0i.nl cure myoii.gh M ll the On the same day Miss Jennie Hay D. o.lhey run Sundays. ,.ITIII.I1 The NIOKKLL MAGA.INK seller I hue." J. K. CampMl, il and Mr. Houston Ballard were mnrried. months and thereby save the jnitrons ArU , writes: "lr king's New DlMiivery Is wnnts good rellnlile nfjeiita to can FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. Is clalmi-for It, ll lieter tills and all There were four weedlngs that day; going to their pockets for a subscrip- curethat consumption, coughs androids. I Is a sure va for subscriptions. A vorv for can not VIAOEOUUETOWN. good rate of cash coojmiisinn will say enough for Its merits " I'r Kline's New Pit and Mr. Clar tion term. Miss Alice Fox Young M. A. M P. X. M. P. If. Cotiiilis not bo given, or hiryclo prutniumii if Beecher Adams and wife, of Huston-vlll- cvnery for Consumption,liven tried and Colds Is of a 2,00 Lve. Somerset, ence Witwer, and Miss Mattie Walker Arl2M 135 an exeriment It has fora miarUr preferred. All material and sain 8 20 " 1131 " Jet. City. 3 15 visited relatives here this week. century and stands at the head. It newr G30 and Mr. George Robinson having mar50 S 05 Arr (teoivetown, Lt 9M plo copies furnished free. Apply Mr. Ed Minor and family have gone to dbuppuiuts ree trial bottles at W. 11. MclloK-rt3 00 ried, as 30 ' Krankiort, 11 S3 720 Irui Store. "0 stated in my last, and left for a at once. o Louisville to siend a few days. W. J. 5 30 bridal tour through tho South. 8 40 S 10 Arr 1'aris Eltctric liitttrs. The Mickell Magazine, Dally except feunday. Purdom, who has been at East Bern-staisChairman George T. Farrls has C.(D.I3ERCAW,G. P A. Is a Electric iltcl for any for some months, has returned son. but Hittersmore medicine needed when the ISO .Summer Street, generally sued a call tor tho democratic commitIloston, Iavs. home. Bro. M. S. Trafton, who has languid exhausted feeling prevails when the liver Is torpid and sluggish and the ne.il of a tonic and tee to convene here on Monday, 128th, s been preaching here for eomo time, alterative it felt A prompt uteof this medicine" ofcounty court day, to consult on averts loin; ierhsM fatal OFBROOKLVN. preached his last sermon Sunday, be- ten medicine willand more surely In bilious fevers. No counteraetlii ait of importance. Knowing the ! and freeing the system from the malarial olviu. fore visiting his parents in Canada. He Headache Indication, Dlztlncss members of the committee, I feel as has shown himself to be an earnest. yield to Ulectric llltters. Constitution. ,V)c and 11.00 r bottle sured that their deliberations will al Christian worker while among us, and at W 11. DnuMore. Caledonian : ways have in view the best interests of many hope Cjopjtio TornndtH und Wind Morins nro he may return. Chris. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. m iiimieroii ninl ileitructlvo tliut tho pnii Co., Scotland. the party and that they will not be in- Gentry Take Laxative Ilronio Quinine Tablets All visiand little nephew orty owners ulioulil It fluenced by personal considerations in ted R. R. Gentry 1800. at McBrayer this DrulstsW refund the money If A falls to Cure. For 11. Mcltoberts, Cnl ale by locker and (i. arriving at a conclusion on any ques- week. L. leuny, vrugflsti, btaulonl, Ky. tion. Twenty men wore killed by a boiler Our city is well represented at Mt. g. HER FIRST EFFORT. Frtim them hi. well us from 1'lro anil explosion in the city of Mexico. 11th annual convention Vernon in tho sTASKOUIl, KY. ! ToriiuihM' ninl I'lrv nro Itnhle to oc of the "pioneer district," W. C. T. U.. Ihe Had Dropped Into Poetry, but On cur at any time. iv lake out K)llcy In any A.O. IjkKllJiK Joti.v. Castlkman. 1'oem Wu Mot Understood. 8c now in session. Mrs. K. L. Elkin reof my e mi p:t tile. None but It was tlio first poem tho yonng lady sponds to the welcome address; Miss FIRST-CLAS- S hnd COMPANIES ! IN Alberta Anderson delivers two recita- paper,been bravo enough to offer to tho and tho brought it in person. Ki'prcMMitoil. tions; Mrs. Mary R. Patterson and She took it into tlio business ofllco by Corn tuul Huy, Kinnaird read papers, and Mrs. mistake. Order OlBce and Kwd Exchange, near the llallroad INSURANCE COMPANY Crossing, Ieiot btrvet, JESSE D. WEAEEIT, Absolutely Pure. M. G. Gill conducts devotional exercis Tho young lady handed her poem to Stanford; - - Kentucky. es. They are cultural males arm their the advertising manager, and ho count- Gvritiral Agent, - - - - Manforri, Ivy Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and OF LIVERPOOL. Coal Yard, Mill street, lately J, 11. Kleins'. besJthfulne&i. Assures the food against alum and productions will doubtless be highly jd tho words iu it, tapping his pencil Satisfaction guaranteed. alltfbrms of adulteration so common in the cheap upon each ono as ho read it. It rau this appreciated. brands. 1 lor a i. Uaki.no Powder Co., New York. 7 o'clock Wednesday ovenlng way: About PIANOS AN0 ORGANS. B&RBEE S. C&STLEMN. TH2 UV8T DAY. horrible cries and hideous yells were A tho aim sank to rest that evening MANAOKItS, Decker HroV. Pianos. All my hope:) turned to ashen and dost. heard far up on Richmond Avenue. As KDUTC a lies HroV. l'liino- -, Tho future will bring mo but grlerlng an excited crowd approached the scene Ellington PlmiiH, For him who has broken hU truat. Commerce Building, Louisville. The Host IJue t'un.l From O. II. HMdwln Ptnrirw, it was ascertained that Irvine Miller, a Klschur lMiimw, Ac. AgenU Throughout the Smth. And tho day that has gone shall bo ever TOLEDO AND DETROIT respectable colored man, had come Tho lust that I ever will know Estey Organ, Hamilton Organ mid other home from his work and found the lifeOf joy and of loving foreTcr MllkOH. All I'oinU In Mlchlan. See my Good and Oct Mv Price Iloforo vou And tho future bo clonded with woe. less body of his wife in the cistern, V. T. WIlltK. Crab Orchard. 10 CHICAGO. Ioel .gttil, "That's a dandy," said tho advertis- auy. "While CltrSpecUl." Dentist, t Stanford, x Ky. which is about 1" deep and contains 6 ing manager, "and it ought to get him KENTUCKY. feet of water. Deceased was 5o years back euro. Let's see 03 words. Stanford. - lint Tt ruilnil Sutlon. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. J7tf old and a favorite with her people. She bo $1.75 for ono insertion. Will That'll that bo ST. LOUIS. had been alone all the afternoon and it enough?" AToldlnjr tho Tttanrl .A. S. PR1CF, is not kuown how long the body had "Why," said the yonng lady, "I LINCOLN CIltCIMT COURT. BOSTON. been in the cistern, though it is believ- hadn't thought of fixing a price. What- j. Jr.. Trustee, A.C., v. W, M. --Anrgeon Warner Sleeping Car. Fiddler. Ac., Defts. In Faulty. ed she had fallen in some time before ever you think is right will da Do yon Dentist, Ily virtue of u Judgment ami order of sulo DRALCIt IN WHtH her husband's arrival. There was no think it is worth it?" NEW YORK. of tlio Miicolti Circuit Court, reinleretl at Its "Oh, yes, miss; it's a low rate. We'll special April term. 197. lit tho uUivo stjled H u Oct I'arlor Can, Wanrr Sleeping Can, l'rlral Stanfoid, Ky. pump in the cistern and the water was run it right reading matter. It's action, tlio undersigned Couimlsslotier will, Farm Cviiipartiuent Cart, LleKnt Coactn and Dlu- drawn by n bucket being Inserted thro' a catchy idea,next to tig Can. running it in verse. You'd McRouerls' Drug Store In the Oirsley a OSoeover small opening. The main top wan re- better udd your address so tho party On Monday, Juno 1 1897, Untitling. Vehicles. IU lure your llclela read tIi "IIK1 l'OL'K " moved when the discovery was made. that finds him can bring him 'round to I II..MAHTI.V, E.O. McCOUMICK. o In Stanford, door Itefore tliu a It Is believed that she went to a best bidder at public l'a.tear Trafflc JI?r., (len. I'ati. A Tkl. Agt. SHELBY & SHELBY, bucket of water and being feeble,getfell yon. Quitosaidpet with you, wasn't he?" sell to tho lilghett anddescrlU'd proertv, outcry the following CINCINNATI, OHIO. tho young lady. "Sir!" -- ..Proprietors "Excuse me; I supposed ho was. Coroner Grecnleaf into the cistern. . (Thui'bday.) What color was he?" LIVERY,FEED& SALE STABLE will hold an inquest Bank&Trnst Co. ' Fertilizers and Goal. They were thrifty and owned a little snid'I supposed editors wero gentlemen, " Situated In Lincoln county and lxiunded ns High-Grad- e tho young lady. "Excuso mo for follows: llogliiiilug at a stake X'l feet from OF STANIOItl, KV. Junction City, Ky, home. the mistako I made," and sho went out the centre of tlio LotiUvIllo and Nashville Goods Warranted as Iteprcsented. Olllce on Turnouts, prompt attention, Terr anti-mo- b Since the passage of tho $20o.ooo;oo P!d cp Capital, iu n rage. Kallroad. thence N. 41 K. 3U kU-- 11 lluKsto Main Street, opHslto F.lmoro's Store. reasonable rates A portion of your patronage is IS respectfully solicited law, the provisions of which enable the "Whew I" said tho advertising man- a stono at tlio fence on the laud of I'ratiklln Surplaj, Stanford. Kentuckj 17,603 80 K. 10.1 1 stockholders of turnpike, roads to have ager as he scratched his head and read Onsluyfarm, thence his lino N. G'Jto said H)Ies to a stone In tin: laud, corner J. L TOTTKN. Si.aMA.v. liy provision, of It. charter, driotltors are a guards put over every tollgate In the the poem again. "By jingo, this is OHhley and Mrs. Dudderar, tlienco her line fully protected as are dflton In National Hanks, GEORGE H Its shareholden lvlU( held liidhl'l'mlly liable lo alougsiiil line N. "'.' W. M jmiIcs II links lo n county, said guards to be paid out of headed 'The Last Day,' and I thought of stake, tlienco N. 4T W. 105 poles to a wliltu iimk therein the r valuu theruif, In addition it, tlio extentsuihthe aniountof theirtoasthe amount at the county treasury, taxpayers have it was 'The Lost Dog!' Guess I'll let oak tree, tlienco N. lhj W. '.'S poles Id links is In It may art shares. eiecutor, , sum tho fellows up stairs puns on it. It to a htonu near a Htutnp, tlienco N. ril W. OR alarmed m Ac, fully as literary poem instead IS Htake In Pension & Claim Agent, becomewould be at the enormous such might bo a Detroit Freo Press. of a iMlesroadlinks to aof tlio gatetho Hudderar's Moner to loan on ItnpniTCil elty proiertjr or pro- - edTcnderiiiK trintt-e-thanks weastrust they an itidlrldual. our to thine who have entrustexpended under which 'U! where a Migar outside want ad." their lnul iifs to us, will eontlaue iiniiny ai a system. Some are on duty now and tree was called for. tiiencuN in w. as poles iluctlTe l.irnu in hiauioru ami Lincnni ANi Annually. wll iouoso, anu weom-- as a Kuaraiiteelur promntat. jwr cent , payahle Box 44. Stanfoid, Ky. ton Make In alri road IU feet from tho cen- furnish IioiiiU fur public or eurxirallon otllclalil trillion to same our 'JO ) ears' exiierleueu iu liauk. 60 more have been called for. It has IIu'U rractlced. tre of the ralliuad, thence S. ll'J V HI poles Kxcciiton, Adiulnlstratiirior (iiurdlnm at reaxiii. liiKaud aalllienilaceuiuiuoilatlons nsare comlstcut Has lnul 12 yearVs practice before nil tho been estimated that tho full number of I'lru In four nftlie aide lutes. Am agent "How foolish of you to bet that ho to the centre of the Danville anil Crab Orch- miranceCoiiiunhiiiiuliii;for liiuluen. Iu Kentucky and with sound lianlliig. DIKKLTOH1. Dopa t meats In Washington City. 3 of tho Mild guards, at each gate in tho county, couldn't bend over until ho could touch ard turnpike, thuueu with centreleavlur Hiild Milteit imtrunaKeof pniiertv holders In Stanford. J, J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; pike N. oT I. ID tMiles, tlienco talon luuiesu other eouiiianle doluK Imilnuu here. W. II, Cummins, I'rcaclienvlllf; would cost $75,000 a year, or 2J times his toes with his fingers. " ilke with the railroad lino H. 3SJ4 K. Mi ioles 81. Cm WAI.LACi: K. VAIINON, Agt. J. S Owsley.hr., J. II. Owsley, to a telegraili pole, tlienco H. :iT'J l'.. 14 voles "Whv?" more than the roads would cost. Law- William (South, S. It. Shanks, is links to another telegnipli Kle. Ihenco ft, a hcorcher. " Chicago Post. "He's S.J. lliuhr), J. T. Cash, abiding citizens dp not wish to surren '14 n. 14 poles IT links lo nuother telegraph THE POPULAR (QJ J. K. l.ynn, A. W. Carieiitcr; jhiU-A Confused Ilecollectlon. Kile. thence S. tiiy4 ll. 1TJ to the der to mobs, but there is no way to J. N. Mrucfee, cotitalultig 109 Acres and :il orricsxs. No. 820 2. "Yes," said Mr. Cumrox, "my 1'oKs. except so much therof Kood sold by reach them, and something must bo S. II. flunks, rresldenl; in was done or the county will become bank- youngest daughter will bo through Joseph McAllster to Christian ICiMdiler anil Producer of combined ami Kastern horei J. II. Owsley, Cashier; that soil for pwd prices, wlllmaku the presW. M. llrlghl, Teller W. II. rupt. In view of these facts, Judge school in n fihoit time. Sho is already Wm. Dudderar, two small tracts, and liy ent reason at Ten Uot.iaitx to Insure a livTiddler and wife to J. C. Florence, ing colt. Also Jack, Itoscoe, at S3 to Insure making her preparations for commence-incu- t Burnside called tho fiscal court, a numleaving alxiut 107 acres, bo the a mo more or a living colt. day." r. ItniD. less. ber of taxpayers and stockholders of N. II. Horsey Golddust lias produced a FIRSTNATIONAL BANK "What nro they?" The Mild tract of land will bo Mild as a class of combined horses that attract buytho turnpikes to meet hero on Wednes"I don't know that I followed her whole, for tho liutposoof settling up the or STANrouo, kv. regardless of day to devise some means to remove very intelligently, but my im- trust estate ami out of the proceeds there ers and bring good prices, Capital Stock 3100,000. the burden. Tho meeting was well at- pression is thnt they have something to will 1m first paid the lien debt of W. M. Surplus $15,750, MOIMMOMSIM thereon tended, Cupt. Win, Herndon being do with tho immortality of genius in 2sth of S'.'.OOu with Interestsubject tofrom tho Attention of the public Is called to the f.tct that Ib70, a credit luv of D. MXXk (51 IUUUU ..l.,il...non UI1U Mr r1. IV 1I1111II N plain whito and tho neck filled in with of WOO paid August, 1S7. t ?r this Is the only National Hank In Stanford. Un. r.1. Ijlll. 11 1UU ...,,1 1.. Feb. 1. der tho provisions ol tho Nutlonal llank Act " WiiHhington Star. Terms of Pain: In two equal Installments "secretary. Tho chairman stated that chiffon. diposltorsuresetured not only liy the capital stock, of fi and 12 months, lienrlng Interest from hut hy the stockholders' liability lor an amount itiJ Y the vote, which has been tuken, only day of sale until paid, payable to tho Comeo,ual tu the stotk, so that dejiosltors of this institu-tloSTANrOItH, KV. Nurrow Escape. missioner it ml having tlio force and eHect of liroviflnd fnr n Invv nf 5."i ennta nn nnnh arustviireilby a fund ofJAO.WX). Five sworn v "U l "After nil," Baid tho man at tho end Judgments. Lien letalned. statements o( thu condition ol the Hank are made $100 and, as the county could not incur of each yeur to the United States (toteruiueut and Its WAItUEN, Com'r. It. C. All kludnof repilrlng dn'o at (ei.vm'lilo ratci tho discussion, "iioiunu renlly knows Upholiterlng a peellty. tj .tlsfactlon ,'U4rai.eeU assets are examined at stated tliius hy voveruiueut a debt, that it was impossible to buy what his neighbors think of him." aitents, Ihus Heturlng additional itl e7fect sale! to deiiosltors. the roads. He then suggested that the "I enmo mighty near knowing once, " This Institution originally cstalillshed as the Oe O YEARS roads bo leased for a number of years, said tho citizen, w'itli n reminiscent Mslt Hunk ol Stanford In i5i, then reoivanlied as KXPERIKNOI. the National Hank ofStantord la XtWi andaealn after the expirution of which they were look in his eye, "but the jury disreoixaiUzed as the First National Hank of Stanford iu 182, has had practically an uninterrupted exist to become the property of tho county. agreed." ludiunapolis Journal. ence Tor 3.1 years. It Is better supplied now will, This was regurded by many as the most lacllltles for transacting business promptly and lib. Near Enough. erally than eser heforu In Its long and honorable feasible plan, but, after considerable OINIOIM Mrrr'. ,.'""!"". ."' JIIduaIs, nduclaries, lirius "That blond needn't throw any stones and Individuals solltltcil. discussion, it was agreed to attempt to me," the haughty brunette. IN1OMIM101N1 mM lease the roads until Dec. 1, as the at "Does said live in a glahs house, then?" uihictors. Wanted. sho TRADE MARKtf W. W F.iHeld, IJncoln Co.; II. J. W. Hayuen, Stanford question of issuing bonds to purchase DE8IQNS, rartlm havlna Inventions th7 vInh to proS. T. Harris. " S. If Haushman. OMCOIMOiKlMO "Well, I don't know as you could say tect should procure their OOPYRIQHT8 Ac. intrntH through out J. S. Mocker. " T P. Hill. them, will bo settled at the November that exactly, but her father mndo his ajency. Inventor's Manual, h book containing K. 1,. Tanner. McKlnnev. W. A. Trll.1,1. Anyone sending n tketch and description may olectiou. Tho members of tho fiscal mouoy in tho bottling business." De- cost ol patents, mode of procedure, etc., and quickly ascertain, free, whether an Invention Is J.H. Colller.Crah Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. nrotinbly patentable. Connnunleatlona strictly other Information, tent fcr"c, stamp. in, v.r.imore, lanioM. contlilcntlal. Olileit asency foraecurlinrputeuUl IMM court were nppointed a committee to troit News. Ourltitof pa'onls wnnlcd, fur vMchUrcciumi UJJ FRANK J. HEED. tn America. Wo have a Washlniitoii orllce. omciKs. ol money Hre offered, gent with the Jlannal.lree Chicago. confer with the stockholders of tho Patents taken through Muuu & Co. recclva fFTirxn o.r.A., I. S. llockcr, President; J. J. Mcltoberts, Cashier Wo Dnd purchasers for patents piocured special notice la the Now Uglit on Mutlmseluli. UdJUNU A. A. McKlnuey, AwUtautCathler. roo"d on tho question of leasing. E.H.11ACON, throuph our ujoncy. Branch olllecs In all the They SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, " principal cities and In all lorelgu countries. "What was tho peculiarity of IoiiUvllle. ifJtQJ D.r.A., meet next Saturday and it is believed lamest circulation of asked tho teacher. THE WORLD'S PROCRESS, beautifully llluatrated,weekly, terms 0. Ill a yearj Wanted-- An Who can think any seiontlOo Inurual, deal can bo consummated by that the Idea of some simple O. J. Dai let, Manager, "He lived to bo very old without ever JO six mouths. Hpeclmen copies and ILUIU MiiuKiuiMHeair Ilooic ON 1'ATENTS sunt xroo. Address paying something Uko the amount of learning to ride n hike, " nuswered the 801307 PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, O PmiJWt VOtlff tAm thM Msisf txli.rs WrHdtlN WKUDEBBbBN' cd:V.Ut 1 MUNN A CO.. toll which has been collected during smart boy. Yonkprs Statesman. SKj,?,u.,,inul.n ? th,,r f off fie ture to mention thi paper. 381 Mrettdvmy, Nerr Yerk. owpunrd'nreijJDttewBuilt fc LANCASTER. CANDY KITCHEN. Hluc-OriiH- H lli-- s Law-renccbur- tf, o $- I J. T.Jones, 11 S- lt.K-k- , Rin-earso- n, 1MJ - STORE ROM DUROC HOGS ce HI ..".. FOB W. IREJILSTT . P. WALTON. 1 NOTICE il J. T. v SXJTTONT, G cm-plo- men-limi- t Saf-for- -- e, FIRE INSURANCE. y I s dt PHBNIX or a Insurance Company, Insurance RpYAl fiuca-tion- Tornado Insurance McIUil-ert- s I T RB.MAHONY.Agt, Protect Their Property Mghl-ulu- POWDER SON, COHL, DEALERS NOEL Mrs-Fleeci- e ROYAb dk, w. b. Fixnrsr, I "BIG 1 1 I 4: W. A. TBIBBUB, Commissioner s Sale Ow-do- "" J. B. HIGGINS, Wagons. Pleas ure I court-lious- to-da- y Tract of X-iSin- d., Agricultural Implements, Faraers Flrst-Cla- s s .. i r . M'KIOEY. -- wa m mn mi t f! 1 MOIMOMOMOMM s DORSeYGOLDDUST 1 1 OMM0MH i 0 pan-le- a. I'lil-(H- er MSMoINl i 11 1 1 1 i H. PHILLIPS, Gu ziand Lools Smith. u IeMUMM k MOMO Slim lV fMO ijO WwWmffM Patents MP. I m rVDUIEPOLp iLSTJjS I (MOOCOMOIN 0M M0MOMM0M0 Mttlm-saleh?-