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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897061801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. LANCASTER. J. .1. INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1897. It. C. Warren, J. D. l'axton, iiocKer, v. i'. Walton. ISTS. INTi:UKSTIN(S ACCOUNT OK ITS NO. 32 J Cluy Green, colored, wan lined $."1 and in tliu police court for committing a breach of peace. .Iinlln from tlio excessive heat, tho Summer Mileilco mut.t have come bo. fore this -- 2d, thin year. Tlio milts brought ayalnm the insurance companies by the bunetlclaries of L'dr-t- s McKoberts, Geo. II. McKinney, .1. S. , TUB SCHOOL OP THE EVANGEL LET DRUGS IXIE f Let drugs alone uuleswroii really need them and then only Pure Drugs such as are sold by particular and painstaking druggist. the late M. ioo. buho V. .Iohnona,'yroMtu $."",- - Kg BflVflVflVflVflVflBwwB9999W The lllchinoml and Lancaster young ball teams played here, Monday, resulting in a score of 1.1 tc :'l In favor of Lancaster. . Speaks and .lumen Mis May Dally were murried on Wednesday at the home of the bride near Markubury. They leftatonce for LexIk-hal- 't I - good schools and churches. This hotel is With Kits. Death came to Mr. Horace S. Withers at 2:30 Wednesday elegantly furnished; now insured for .v 000. Total cost of this hotel property, morning as he had always Imped it MISS IXI.A MAY SAUNOKItS, would suddenly and painlessly. Though Of Livingston, who will recite "Leah furniture, &c, 7 500. Present price, his health had not been robust for some the Forsaken." at the elocutionary half cash nnd balance in one and two time and it had been noticed that he contest at Walton's Opera House to- Tears. T. L. S. was rapidly failing, ho was in apparnight, is a splendid specimen of phys- No. 37. Farm of 33S acres, three miles J. H. SOWDER, MANABER. leal womanhood, being handsome, tall, ently his usual health, Tuesday, and from county heat and on good pike. Tins and commanding In spent the mo.it of the day on his farm. - JOURNAL. is apd A Farm, in high state appearance. She Is also possessed of a That evening ho went to meet his litof cult vation. Splendid dwe ling of nine BUILDING: very bright mind and a decided talent tle at the Indian show man. rooms, two tenant houses, splendid barn 1 left Stanford and remained till 10 o'clock when he June 5 on 12:01 train of elocution, which she has assiduousand all necessary outbuilding; under good returned and rut rod. A few moments for Kuoxvillo and arrived there at 8:15 ly cultivated. In the number of times No (;3 One Brick Hotel coniuing nin fence. Loid very productive in fact a before his death, his wife was awaken- A. M. Dr. Johnson and three students she has appeared before the public she rooms, three halls, one pantry, three large model farm. Price, i50 per acre. ed by tho sound of dilliculty In breath- from tho Heights met mo and after has won the highest encomiums and closets, three porches, one being a double G. A. L. ing and she, supK)iing ho was dream, visiting a few places of Interest. I was her friends here4 where she Used to and two single; water throughout the No. 44. Garrard county live, are banking on her for a place. ing, attempted to awaken him. As she driven at once to the president's home. building, botli hot nnd cold. There h a farm. Good dwelling, one tenant did so he drew a long and labored Wo wore met at the gate by Mrs. Johncintern and two wells, one of the we'ls g house and necessary outbuildings. Under breath, and becoming alarmed she son, tho president's lovely wife, who ed the diplomas after a very touching the finest of mineral water. One hy- good fence. g Abundance Jumped up and turned on the light, gave mo a hearty welcome, took me in- talk to the graduates. ''Sad Hour of drant, force of which will throw water water. In high state of cultivation. Close when to her horror she "aw that ho to the house and Introduced me to her Parting' was sunj, the benediction over the top of the building. This brick to school, church and In a good neighborwas, dead. She had tho presence of other guests, who were lovely ladies was pronounced: then all the school budding alone cost 4,000, besides on the hood. Price, $40 per acre, cash learn that he will move to Ohio in a mind to call Mr. A. C. Sine, her near from Knoxvillo and friends of the sang "Blest be tho Tie that Binds." same ot thero are two other business and balance in one and two years. and they sang It "with the spirit and houses, one occupied few days. Mr. and Mrs. Torn Wherritt est neighbor, and ho hastened for Dr. school. with up J. B. C. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Homer Price Peyton, but he had passed earthly help The scenery around Dr. Johnson's understanding." It reminded us of per story of which contains four rooms on Monday evening. Dr. J. G. Car- The suddenness of the shock was like native homo Is of that grand, pictu- the echoes of Celestial 'glories. and hall. Other building, which is 1Sx2o Mrs. Johnson prepared the entire feet, is occupied Write For Eost of Proportios penter, of your city, was here on Tues a lightning stroke to the wife, whose resque and beautiful nature that with and t ere day. Capt. Mike Salter, one of the best grief was pitiable. A mes30ti''or was would naturally inspire and bring program and It was a perfect success, are three rooms above. A For Sale. , outbuilding-revenue men in the district, is off duty dispatched to his daughter, Mrs. Fores-tu- out those two elements which en- - us Is everything she undertakes. She good barn, buggy house, etc.; in fact Land Excursions conducted, Factories all Held, and a dispatch sent to Mr- -. tor so largely Into his being the love is a lovely woman, an accomplished outbuilding necessary. for awhile, tho house, of which he last Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Nice brick walks Located, had charge, not having Milliclent ca- -' Mary llowman at Danville, both of of the beautiful and sublime. From musician, a fine artist, a charming all around premises and is within 100 Furnished, Rents Collected. Write to whom arrived in a short time to Hud tho Heights we look down upon tho hostess and in every way "a perfect wo yards of R. It. Junction paclty to hold htm. and depot and on J. II. SOWDEIl, Stanford, Ky. given by Mr. and their beloved father cold In death and beautiful French Broad river, which man nobly planned." The entertainment good pike, one mile from county seat, Tuesday afternoon came the sad hour Mrs. A. Q. llobln&on at their beautiful to mingle bitter tears over his bter. winds Ita way between shadowy cliffs Mrs. J. W. MeAlinter, of St. Jos- from its source high up in the Black of parting. All went slowly, silently country home on Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Itobln-so- n eph, Mo., was also dispatched to and Mountains. Down in the valley were and sadly to the river to wait for the K. Cook was her husband answered that she would tho waving Holds of golden grain being boat. Panting and sighing, the little and Mr. and Mrs. by 3. couples of the best peo- leave that afternoon for Kentucky. If laid low by tho reaper. On every side boat moved slowly and majestically to attended ple In the county and they all express she make all connections, she could not our eyes feasted on tho splendors of the landing. About 50 youngJmen appreciation of the delicious refresh- arrive till midnight last night and in nature; the opening (lowers laden with went aboard, after a tearful parting ments and the delightful time general- order to allow for ono mlsconnectlou perfume, tho swaying tree tops vocal from their brethren on tho shore, once i ( ly. Mlsocs Sallic Klkln and Lulu An- tho funeral was deferred till this after with and tho solemn forests more the steamer sighed and trembled and oa she moved off, all with streamand Messrs. J. Y. and Fleece noon at 3 o'clock when at his late resi- so majestic and sublime. derson lloblnson, J. F. Lear and S. C. Denny dence He vs. S. M. Logan and J. T. The School of tho Evangelists wa's ing eyes and aching hearts sang in s entertained. Sharrard will hold a bhort service, af- established In 18U3, not without many concert "God be with You till we Meet Mr. D. W. Vandeveer, president of ter which the remains will be taken to difficulties and discouragements, but Again" and "Some Sweet Day." The the Lancaster A Stanford turnpike, was llulfnlo Cemetery. Dr. Johnson is determined to do the order was given to trove off and with on Tuesday and leased to the counMr. Withers was born near Hubble work which God has appointed him to waving of handkerchiefs and their here ty court that part of the road running church, .Ian. 3, 1S20. His parents were do. There are at this place represen- voices still mingling with those they to the Lincoln line. So all our roads James Withers and Mattlo Elizabeth tatives of 30 States and many countries, left behind, she passed around a curve are now free until Dee. ), at a cost of Kerr and they came from Fauquier all men of push, iorseverance and pi- and was gone. With tears In our eyes about &,000, or $.'10,000 less than guards county, Va. In 1S50, Aug. 13, Mr. ety, who are getting their education and sadness In our hearts, we wended til would cost for the same time. As the Withers was married to Miss Josephine free by working a short while each our way back to tho building, which vote on the question of issuing bonds Kmbry, who was noted for her beauty day. I noticed that thero are several with Its withered Howers and empty to raise a fund to purchase the roads and amiability, and to them were born from England, one from Canada, one rooms looked like some banquet hall will bo taken in November, It behooves live children, the three above named from Nova Scotia, ono from the Indian deserted. Wo returned to the presiOats and- tho voters to look the Issue squarely In being the survivors. After his wife's Reservation In New York and ono from dent's house, which seemed a veritable tho ace, in order that they may vote death he lived single for 20 years and ) Armenia. Tho paradise, nestled In among the stately If the on April 2(1, 1SS7, married Mrs. Mattlo last named young man is quite intelli- maples and enclosed by a fence of roses intelligently on the question. bonds aro not voted the lease must con- Hopier Owsley, who made hislastdays gent. Ho was photographer to tho in full bloom. Soon night came on and VA Always on Hand at tinue at d 10,000 a year, or guards must pleasant and to whom he became de- Sultan and took photos of tho Prlnco we enjoyed tho soft moonlight. If In any portion of ttie globe, the stars look and Princess of Wales. Before leaving bo furnished at $75,000 a year. The votedly attached. Whon a young man Mr. Withers was for America, tho ''home of tho free," more numerously bright from deeper roads will cost $30,000. So It is not so much a question of conviction on the sheriff of the county, which office he this young man wndedjaukle deep In and purer heavens, "nowhere do their &K Orders at Special Prices. subject us a question of policy. The tilled most satisfactorily, and for 15 the blood of his people. Ono of tho soft and twinkling rays or the calm All question is, which is cheaer, guards or years he sold goods in Stanford, after- shoes which he wore Is in the mu&eum and melacholly beams of the 'Oucen of bonds? Tho answer is easy. Tho roads wards retiring to tils line farm near In London. It has been said that the Night' fall upon a lovelier or holier can bo bought for less than half the town, uMtn wiuen no uvea for JU years Crusaders rode up tothcii saddle skirts spot." After enjoying a week of decost of guarding for one year, but re- or more, during most of which time he in blood to rescue tho Holy Sepulchcr, lightful hospitality, my visit was s of the was a large stockholder and director in but this was written in dark ages and brought to an end. The parting words member that it takes largest vote cast to carry the bonds. the First National Hank. He inherited was probably overdrawn. This young were spoken and as the "Flora Swan" Many Inquiries are made as to tho cost a good estate, which he largely increas- man's performance is a matter of rec- tloated out on the water, and as I movWILLIAM SHELTON, ed away In the distance, I thought of of repairing the roads. I have made ed till ho was one of tho richest men in ord. Tho commencement exercises began how God had prospered this work and some llgures from data furnished by re- the county. A splendid llnaneler and The Next Session liable men. Tho county judge of Uour-bo- n a good judge of men he seldom made a Saturday evening. Tho chapel was in- how Its intlucnce would extend to tho county, where tho roads are free bad loan, or suffered loss. So. upuloiu-l- y deed a thing of b'jauty. The decora- ends of tho earth. It will reach to tho and the matter has been tested, writes honest and fair in his dealings, he tions were superintended by a young end of time and and always and every- For full Inlormation about Courses of Study, Terms, Jcc, send for our New o a letter to this place, slating that, with expected from others what he always man from Denmark. The program for where sounding in the ears of men Address, MRS. NANNIE S. S.VUFLEY. Lady Principal, Stanfotd. Ky. crushers and other machinery, rock can paid hiuiaelf, the last farthing due. the evening consisted of music, ora- with an emphasis which nothing can be quarried, broken and spread at ?.'! Though making no religious preten- tions, debate, Society paper and an weaken and an authority which nothS THE HERD per rod. Allowing $1 per rod and tak- sions, few men have lived a more up- original poem by a young man who a ing can supersede. Gkohgia Lkwis. ing as a basis the average number of right or blameless life than he. Ho few years ago was a little waif in LonSuroc Jersey BOGS t Thoroughbred don, England. Sunday morning Dr. rods which have been spread per mile believed in action more than in pro VICINITY NEWS. In this county, tho cost would not ex- fession, and he let his life speak Its Johnson delivered the Baccalaureate My brewers were selecUtl from the best herds of sermon to the four graduates in his of tills famous briH.il of swine in ecral States A ceed $.'i:j, or about $3,000 for the 00 own praises. d Tho child of Mrs. splendid lot of llgs of tllllereut DKa for sale. Ured Though ho made no pretensions and usual forcible mannc"r. Sunday night miles In the county er annum. Add sows a Satisfaction guaranteed. Caudlll was burned to death in Cag solicited. Address was the farewell t, and to this for superintendent $750, collect- was averse 10 posing as a pniiuntnro-plssey county. R. H. BRONAUGH, Mr. Withers gave much to charit- such a meeting I never attended. It ing $000; interest $000; delinquents, &c. Richmond will have a Fair after all. li Orchard, Ky. unspeakable Is $5,750. A levy of able objects and many instances of his tilled our hearts with $S00, and the total Grounds have been secured and July 25 conts on each $100 will raise over liberality are remembered by the ben- - gladness to listen to so many consecra 27th claimed as the date. 310,000. So nearly $5,000 will go into ellelarles and the few who became cog- ted young men tired with missionary Tho soven children of Robert Tur nizant of tho acts. Ho gave largely to zeal and who aro willing to make any the sinking fund, thus paying for the church work and his seat at the Pres sacrltlce and go anywhere to preach nor, all under 12 years of age, filed inroads and keeping them in repair, with to court at Nleholasville when their fatho gospol of Jesus Christ. six years levy of 25 cents, after which byterian church was rarely vacant. ther was presented for Mr. Withers was a gentleman in tho Monday at noon a party of excursionthey can be kept In repair, with the and tho jury acquitted him. proper management, by a levy of 12i highest sense of word and a citizen ists caino up from Knoxvillo to attend of irreproachable standing. Polite and commencement. Gen. Williams, a Conloy Murray, John Vlvan and Jercents on 8100 worth of property. I courteous, his very manner commanded prominent lawyer and a man of great ry Hodgklne, Negroes, of Winchester, mako this statement for thobenetlt of a have sued a half dozen policemen and number of citizens who have made In- respect. Of scrupulous Integrity, ho mental endowments, delivered a beau- tho city cf Winchester for $30,000 dam- teaches the principal cities of the Stfuth with a service of superbly appelated through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harrimau, Chatta quiries regarding the much discussed scorned a mean act and had contempt tiful and scholarly address. for lawlessness of every character. Ho Tuesday was commencement day and ages for being beaten, cut and bruised nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and annoying question of free was in fact tho hightest typo of the at an early hour KImberlin Heights in a tight on election day. and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs Tho minors and operators of tho Jel-ic- o and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe private citizen and as such wielded un had a gay and festive appearance. The O., Michael Hess, a .Springlleld, district, having failed to agree on and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and influence for good that was felt by tho hills were allvo with tho natives, all crank, who hasn't worn shoes or socks entire community, which Is the a wage scalo after many conferences, San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, better looking as If they had "Hung dull care for years, la dead. Ho has owned two for his lifo in It. Hu loved have his family, away" and In some elyslan fields of mainsadjourned sine die. It now re- Tia New Orleans or via Shreveport. with the miners whethor they trauks of land which are divided by a ho loved his country, and at the close pleasure the dream of perpetual bliss Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati will accept tho scale as individuals. road, but has not been on tho ono on of a long and honorable life, ho Free Parlor sleeps was about to be consummated. The exwith every accommodation to patrons. Tho Fiscal Court of Mercer county, tho other side for 35 years, claiming tho sleep of one who has acted well his ercises began ut 10 o'clock, when an unwilling to pay for guards at tollgates Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa ijjjy-- i HnjEj that ho has no right to tread on ground part, wherelu all tho honor lies, and interesting program was carried out. In the face of a vigorous opular pro- tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and which ho had rented out. may tho sod rest lightly over him. Tho orations showed much careful test, will probally oner to pay a month- Chattanooga. Tho court of appeals decides that the ly rental to the turnpike following have been belected for study and were delivered in a very ef- equal to the average monthly company Tho L. & N. must continue to operate the W. O. Blnearaon, Ch.W.Zell, receipts Blooinflold branch. pallbearers: W. P. Tato, A. C. Sine, fective manner. Dr. Johnson present from tolls. 0. P. A., Cincinvtti, 0. fe Patfr Jg(., Cinciniunt. 0. ington. Several of our eoplo are expecting to attend the elocutionary contest at Walton's Opera House on Friday evening. The fact that young ladles of ability will take a pari and handsome prizes are given will make the event very attractive. The Lawrenceburg correspondent to the Louisville Times announces the fact that our townsman, J. Hunt will be a candidate on the republican ticket for clerk of the court of apKals. lie enumerates the prominent .'oplo to whom he is related, but Hunt knows that a republican can not be elected, and, as nothing has bald about it here, it Is not reasonable to believe that he will be a candidate. A. It. Urown, Sr., and J. I. Hamilton went to Louisville this week. The frleudb of J. D. Gulley will regret to y, Ik-oi- During his visit to Kentucky last April, Dr. Ashley S. Johnson made many friends, who aro deeply Interested In the grand work at KImberlin Heights, Tenn., which live short years ago existed only as a cherished dream. Hy assiduous labor, undaunted perseverance and unwavering faith In Him Who has promised so much to those who trust in Him. the School of the Evangelists has been organized on a linn basis. The writer had formed many bright pictures of this celebrated school, but on arriving there last week to attend the commencement, found that the "half had not been told." No one who has not visited this school can form any conception of the wonderful work which with God's help Is being carried on by this remarkable We Keep Only The Best. We can't afford to curry a grain of any thing that isn't the best. Ifememher these facts when the time comes for you to patronage a druggist. Patent medicines of known merit. Best perfiuueriea. Toilet Soaps, the puie and snfe sort, Combs finishes and Baby Bottles. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 15,-000; INTERIOR 1 Blue-Gra- ss grand-childre- n I SO-ac- i Blue-Gra- ss be-u- never-failin- one-thir- d post-ofllc- e. bar-roo- m 1 s METAL ROOFING. ytfstBfcv FLOORING, SIDING, btrd-son- g a. asms, CEILING, Stanford, ky: s FINISH. Farm a,nd Yetrd Fence. Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, -- far-of- f, Turk-ridde- n Feed of Every Sort Car-Loa- If THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. d J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD & CO. two-third- THE FETCHLE C0LLEC6 President. "vill IBegin. September tih., 1897. Cata-logu- aUUC-GRAS- D two-year-o- San-for- Corres-jHtndcu- prayer-meetin- THK house-breakin- g, Queen &Crescent turn-turnpik- ,j.- - '! Ir TRV'i- - 5t"k: jhwiw vj syr.i;gS'H" v'- -' Ji" - - f -.- - iy ti -- -- - t gmfT'4 r tftors' ,. -- wv' mi ai, rr ;wt"'" 1 'K jit i e ..F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - June iS, 1S97 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fo Ap'late CVk, S. J. SHACKELFORD " Circuit Judge, M C.SAVFLEY. ' Cnm'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " Jleprcfcntat'nr, - M. P- SOUTH. LYy. " Con Jtty', Clerk; - GEO. 11 COOPER. ' Count! " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. " Circuit Clerk; J. F. IIOLDAM. SAUL. M. 0)YENS " Sherif, GEO. II. DEUORD. '' Jailer, C. G. JiAKER. " Attrwor, ir.V. LANDGRAF. Coroner, Su,t. School, GARLAND SINGLETON -- 1 a pardon mill runner, Gov. Worthin ton Is break! nr all records whilo ho is again clothed with a llttlo brief author ity. Tuesday, In addition to pardoning other criminals, he commuted the sentence of Dlllard Knlney, who was to havo be hung at Winchester Wednesday and pardoned Dr. Hourlgun, bent up for 10 years from Marion for under murdering his brother-in-lafor his life In circumstances that called expiation, but a tender hearted jury let him off with 10 years, after several mistrials. Men like Worthlugton, who act solely on impulse, should not be entrusted with the power ho is abusing, lie goes on the idea that all men are innocent whether they are convicted or people have not and that must respect, uov. no rights that they llrndlcy might find a health resort within the State and not leave a man like Worthington to depopulate the law-abidi- nTnocoil he had made quite a rep. as penitentiaries. the town of Kennedy, Christian county, and the administration dared not e give it to a Negro, so the democrat, there goes to a straight-ou- t the only one that will likely be appointed by the powers that be. TWO men were convicted of burning a toll gate in Bourbon and given l'l years each. As they were Negroes it doesn't count. Send a few of the white the otTonse and it scoundrels thcre-fwill do more good than to fill the penitentiary with Negroes. post-otllcor t1 i! :i ;i I'- H i I F & t I I J. C. Cantrlll. son of the judge, is a candidate for representative in Scott. The degree of LL. D. has been conCleveland by ferred on University. Princeton The Dingley abortion puts a tax rate of 2S0 per cent on steel cultery, which is their dues. prohibitive. The English flunky who is in practically Gov. Culberson has sent a message to charge of the Vanderbilt estate at asking for legisAsheville', N. C, either through his tho Texas Legislature suppress lynching. to own olllclousness or by orders announc- lation Senator Deboe has received 1,44 ap- t....-- j eu mat un oi nu uimiui.uo plications for the twoor hrec positions would bo received at Biltmore except .v,io nt. M ilisnosal- at the Capitol. i . i.. the newspaper men. un .luur.usj if they ' Brutus J. Clay was tendered the At MeKln ey sent word that he will probably debarred, he would not come, as geutinc mission, but ho can get tome- ,C if ho finds 1.1, na .hn decline it members. The inhibition was thing better. cabinet A petition, said to contain fi.000,000 at once withdrawn and the whole party names, in favor of tho recognition of should have went, though Cubans as belligerents, was presented kept the newspaper men away. It Is in the House. more than likely, however, that the lit There will be 30,000 offices, with tie Englishman, who said in refusing of salaries attached in Greater to permit the journaliets to come, "Mr. New York, and both parties will strain kinds of . $15,000,000 to 3500,000,000. Vanderbilt spits on newspaper. v""".". i UVUrV IMJlltl'. . ..., ,,, lir, ! III.-" nv. in In Chester county, S. C, Thos. Neal Blacksmithing and Woodwork, wife and her grand ' onnimseu wm.iim... called J. R. chopped his young manner. prices and what a "blarsteu . Judre R. II. Thompson wa(J wuriujy mother, Mrs. Mary Jenkins, to ueain At the lowestuil my work.In the let take all wnat thov sav oi mm, will I guarantee Uar twice and , . , with an ax. He then poured kerosene ... ..f Kiiniiir.' hass" he is. i.nnt for horse , uppiuuueu. oiiinii tiiKitu m, ..u.v.-.on their bodies and set them on fire. blunting which Is 00 cents cash. 1'Ichmj ghu me a share 01 your ii:roungf. ii Skkatoii Lindsay's amendment to Hon. Chas. D. Jacob has withdrawn The murderer made his escape. m ti t vro reduce the sugar differential was de- from the race for the democratic nomibeen notified by Tho auditor has abolfeated, as was his amendment to nation for mayor of Louisville, leaving tho banks that pending the de ish the differential, by a vote of 20 to the field clear for Hon. Chas. P. Weav- cision of the tax question by the Fed Lincoln Co. Bonds. 26. It proposed a uniform duty on all er. eral courts, they will not this year as sugar imported, a rate which would bo W. J. Bryan made un address before usual pay the T. cents tax, which tney The undersigned committee will on the same on raw and refined sugar. By the Washington and Jefferson literary havo been navlnir about July 1 each differential Is meant the bonus given to societies of the University of Virginia year, and which amounts to about WT.V MONDAY, JULY 12, 1897 of a cent, a pound, at Charlottesville. The people from the h the trust of e door In Stan000. In front of the or 81 a ton. Estimated by the product surrounding country turned out and he nubllelv -' Lincoln v.. At Chattanooga, Edith Lebruno. an ford. Kof S250 each. frnvaWe In SO County year-.- , Hondo of 1895, this will be over six millions had un audience of 8,000 to 10,000. His lx aeronaut, was drowned by the basket with privilege of paying In live. which Is a gift pure and sim- address was of dollars, of her balloon overturning and drag- percent. Interest, payable Democrats in the Senlv.ued under section 1,M? of Ky. Statute. ple out of the pockets of tho consumer, Two ging her under the water of the Ten- W. I. Dawson, who Is made to stand and deliver no- ate voted to lay on the table an amend- nnsf..!cj River. Her husband was In tno J. K. Ci'mmins, Committee. Havemyer, the sugar ment to the tariff bill which deprived lens volens. J. II. l'AXTO.V, crowd that saw her plunge into k.ng, owns a sufficient number of Sen- trusts of the bentits of the act. By the great loot. tho river from a height of ators, body and soul, to make the steal vote of Morgan and McEnery the Thu fiscal court of Nicholas county lawful, but a day of reckoning is com amendment was tabled :i" to IW, when The coun The ing and a lot of his puppets will be t would have been carried by a vote of has bought four turnpikes. refused to grant guards on ..,1 .. .l 1... U Imtr tluih Qnn. in . .mi f .1 .. ,j,j 10 .w nan .uurgu.1 unu Ar..lnMi j .wit. ty judge has .nu...i.ui sennojau t Your the Maysvlllo and Lexington turnpike' ator Tillman tells on them Is true. j,onu over to the enemy. company did The Hawaiian annexation treaty sent on the ground that the THE attorney general, the weakest to Uje Sonuto ceded to tho Unltcd not accept the provisions of the new Discontentcan receive no benefit and shortest of all tho rlff-r- a Statc3 ubdolut0ly all rights of sover-u- p constitution and Ii Paot. To Knjoy the Summer go to In the election in lbOo, Is, It is sad, Itjlalldl und from tho Martin law. nnWttUttn n grooming himself for the gubernatorial make's lll0 ,sland!l un lntCgral part of A largo mob of raiders in Nicholas who as a starter thereto' race in 1899 and whh a territoritti county captured the three guards, s Congress in the Al district placed on duty by President will run for q .enment. Until this can be had been next year. The ambition of this man ,,t lu,V8 of IIttWnll Baldwin, who brought tho men from i((.d thu . o'erlcaps itself. He does not realize The UnUed Maysville. The raiders compelled the n iq of them to what a memorable failure ho has made tho IIuwaHun debt, not armed men to walk ahead Commonwealth, but they woro turned as attorney for the Tho ja,)aneriu Blue Licks, where cxcced .j,i000i000 Addrev for Terms, &c, that as well as his dirty liner, which he Govrninont hll3 fllod a vrotcA asaiIlbt loose and ordered nover to return on of death. washed at the expense of the State th(j u.eat penalty had GXJS. H0FMAN1T, Fropriotor, at the penitentiary, will bo duly and . re.adjllHlinent of 8alariorf ' liberally aired, so soon as he puts MATRIMONIAL. allows un ."IS at ,)..esidontilil Crab Oichurd, Ky. above water. j 0peiiMJ of $m ft ycar ut Klzabctiltovvnf and Miss W. D. Gooch, of Wllmorc, Ilarrodsburg, VOUNG ladies who wear steel in their ' London, Paducah, Emily Gooch, of Klngsvllle, were marWednesday. not only attract the men but tho low, Hickman and Middlcsboro. annum at ried ,, .wil. At nnllatro. O. , arics are reduced 8100 per ,.... TT., Thomas Smith, aged 15, and Mrs. ,.. , H""-"" "" " . ,, in three young ladles who had steel in- Asnianu, uiovurpuri, fruuwuui Cov- Malinda Swift, a widow of .'10, were MONDAY, JUJLY xa, 1897, Winchester, Augusta, stead of whalebone stays, were killed married at Booneville, this State. .!. M., at lletween the hours of 12 m. and door in thu bolt of lightning, and ington, Georgetown, Versailles, by tho same J. S. Leach und Miss Nicle Smith, county, Kv., I will expose Stanford, Lincoln to tho highest bidFlomingsburg, Mldwuy and some of the easily frightened havo deboth of the South Fork section, wero der for caoli In hand, to pay thu county, Williamsburg. Winchester is chang- married at Dan Smith's Wednesday. Statuaiidschoultua.es for tfio years ln'Jl, cided to discard corsets entirely, even thlrd-clusdescribed propIMiS, though they look like a wool sack ,vith ed from second to Samuel Allen and wife, who had erty, IMW. lS'Jl.tlio followingmay bo necessa01 sh much thereof as from third to fourth-clastho same ry to pav to pay tho said taxes with all costs years, died a string tied in the middle. been married "Cost on each list for night In Daviess county and wero bur- and IntuVest. levy, SS, must bo paid, advertisement und AN Indiana man who had been on a News Briefly Told same grave. They were each C. llraune fcr 1802, 101 acies, Klngsled In tho carousal with a pair of women of the Two aeronauts fell :t,000 feet to their 82 years old. vllle, 000 acres, lloblusou hand, town, stole a man's horse for fun and Reports of tho marriage of Count ,VJ7 acres, l'reemau Laud, school death at Berlin. drovo away with them In the vehicle. Si'l X taxes for Is01-- S Howard A. Scott was electrocuted at Manfred von Matuschka, Baron Tho owner pursued and feeling just as Sing Sing for wife murder. and Spatero, of Prussia, and K. J. Klcliards, 40 acies near John Tyfunny himself, humored the joker by ' ler's. Threo young women were killed by Miss Ella Walker, of Detroit, add that 40 acres, shooting him dead. This may' have lightning O. wealth of the Walker family is Jacob Ottenhelmer, "the at Jacobsburg, 140, 1,200 acres, John Turnbtill, been carrying tho joke too far, but it Dr. E. J. Yost, brother of Judge W. estimated from 81",000,000 to 820,000, Peter Chandler, COO acres, Hastlu & was u good one all tho same. of the 000", which makes tnc reason II. Yost, died at Greonvlllc. Collier, 04 ucres, Wash Harris, Charley Osborne, of Marlon, O., was alliance very apparent. people aro raising a rip- Same for IsO.'l; 7U0 acres llraune, Richmond Mr. George Noel Parris, of tho Re05 acres Murphy, 40 acres Klcliards, of the prospective removal killed by a fall from a bicycle. pot because 40 acres, Arthur Hros., .'13 acies, F. J. Williams is on trial at Green- porter and Green Frog, accompanied collector's office to Danville, of the Otteuhelm. Same for Ih'JI: 412 for theft he committed .10 by Miss Willie Elizabeth Earleywlne, when Mr. Yorkea Is appointed. They ville, O., acres, 450 acres, h" ucres, 00 acres, for Middlcsboro will leave may as well, however, possess their years ago. U5 acres, Otteuhelm. Total tax... 75 70 of the Kentucky William Biockaway, tho farmer no- to attend tho meeting souls In peace. Wo havo it pretty They will be mar- J J. N. MENEFEE, straight that tho office will be removed ted com)Oscr, is a charity patient in u Press Association. on 22d. Pans News. 32 Lincoln Co., Ky. ried at Nashville St. Louis hospital. to Danrille. hu-jbecwell-know1 agree. While Mr. Watterson is tear, ing his nether garments and shouting hysterically for his few faithful followand ers to come up from the hedges and help nominate and elect a candidate for the appellate clerkship, both of which he says must and can be done, Editor Knott, of the Post, is confident that not a man who signed the call for the convention of July 14 believes or can bo made to believe that the defeat of Shackelford is possible. To pretend otherwise Is to do what the Courier-Journdoes persistently; that attempt to deceive the public. It is, to therefore prefers to tell the truth and by saying shame the Courier-JournIs whether Shackthat "the only doubt elford's majority shall be above or below 2o,000. To pretend otherwise is to be guilty of a dishonest attempt to further some disreputable iolitical trickery." When doctors disagree there is hope for the patient and when the arch conspirators against democracy fall out and light, the rank and file may get by-waal al THE boltoeruttc papora can not Thkkb was not a white republican in waii, even if President MeKInley does urge Its annexation. The United States doesn't need Ha- POLITICS . ie ... -- 'w ,, self-respe- ct $7o,-000,0- 00 A man, aged 72 years, oloped from teachers' Hancock county, Tenn., with u girl ter on the charge of selling aged lii. examination questions. Invitations from Mr. and Mrs. ThomMearg, a Cincinnati John marwent to sleep in a window, fell as E. Baldwin, of Madison, to the riage of their daughter, Miss Mary out and broke his neck. B. Mose Hobby was arrested at Prince- Elizabeth Collins, to Ensign Carlo It strikes boforo alleged to havo been Brlttaln, of tho U. S. Navy, havo been j You are after we now have it ami in greater abundance th:ui ever ton for a murder will bo solemnized at the you In two ways. 1st, with eithiuiism wlic.i joii see the goods and 2nd start received. It committed 17 years ago. lioy 29, ling when you hoar the price. Don't take our word for it hut read our price. A wild man who wears nothing but a Christian church, Richmond, Juno do the talking Tiffin, at 7 1'. M. hat is giving the eltlxens around O.. a great deal of trouble. FARMLAND TRADE, In Kemper county, Miss., a drunken "1 Lry iA M li ) i Negro .shot and killed live colored men. G. D. Boone sold to W. L. Wood 14 A posse is in pursuit of the murderer. hogs ut 25c. Mt. Etfie Nevlll, a Cleveland. O., The are 70 entries for the Lexingwidow, choked herself to death with a ton Futurity for For a line gray Caimere Suit worth to. and 74 for valise strap. Despondency win the cause. Chester Dare has been bred to 00 Yesterday was Virginia day at the mares this season and 10 more ate Iluys n tine Hlue, Mack or Grey Cheviot Suit worth i) elsewhere, Nashville Exposition and Gov. O'Far-re- ll booked to him. and a detatchment of State troops J. II. McAllster sold to J. W. Balis, were there. They In our Bpccial prico on our Brown l'laid Suits for this week. of Madison, 40 export cattle for July 1 Throe young ladles were killed by to 1.1 delivery, at 4ie. in material and workmanship. They III aro stylish In cut, eleg-uilightning In Belmont county, W. Va. faultluady. John B. Foster sold to Dick Gentry A fourth was badly Injured as was the for J. W. Bales, of Madison, :i5 of his father of one of the dead. 40 export cattle at 4c. A feature of the burial of Mrs. MarComplex, the pacing stallion, with a For BovV Wnsluulo Sailor Collar Suit- -. Just tho thin for summer. garet Colley, at Ironton, O., was that r.'cord of 2:11, owned by Cliatfin Bros, her great grandsons acted as pall bear- of Columbia, Tenn., is dead. ers. She was 100 years old. Woods & Lynn sold a double deck Toys' NIca Casimere Suit in .sires I to U years. Ed McFarland and Squire Lancaster, load of lambs in Cincinnati this week of Scott county, quarreled over jwlsou-In- at 2 to oi. They cost them do here. a dog, when tho latter was seriousL. C. King, of the Hubblo section, Is our Special Price on a fine lino of Ileufcr Suits in all mm, worth ly cut with a razor by the former. sold to A. II. Bacilli, of Crab Orchard, double the monev elsewhere. W. J. Anderson, an Itinerant photog i:il barrels of corn at 81.90 at the crib. rapher, was treated to a coat of tar and O. P. Huffman bought of George feathers at Pittsburg, Pa., because lie Woods 12 butcher cattle at Iltc and of kicked on the fare at his boarding John B. Foster n lot of same at same house. price. Gents' I'nderwear for Hot Under wear. Rev. Henry Oberdorsten, of IndianThomas Metcalf, of Jessamine, who apolis, an intimate friend of the late refused J 1.40 for his exjwrt cattle some Scott Jackson, grieved so over his be- weeks ago, sold them to Weihl Satur-a- t Buys n fti Miit of BalhrigK""CO ContS Buys n suit of fine ing hung, that ho has since become denot to fade. A utility usually Balhrigi;an in all colon.; He. ranged. sold at i per suit. Order for the sale of the historic C. D. Collins, a wealthy Tennessecan, rAaJTLadies' Vest at 5c ami 10c each; worth double the money.YxiS Kentucky Association race track at was lured to his probable death and Lexington lias been made, to take robbed at Stv Louis by Martin Ensley, place June 22. Charles Green, of St. son of one of the most prominent men Louis, holds a 8:10,000 mortgage on it For 15c Nice Swiss Kibbed Vests; Kcru or White with Tapped neck In the South. nnd arm.", (futility never sold under 2oc. For 2.1c, the finest Swis asked for the judgment to foreand Mrs. Grant Heath, of Bloomlleld, close. llibUM. Horn or white (minted yoke. A 10c tmllty. held without bond for n Iml., the SIIOFS and OXFoltKS. Our slioesnles have exceeded any thing we have ever F. D. Spott&wood, the murder of her husband, and Mar- newspaper man of HarroJsburg, will try done before. It is because we have the "up-to- . ditto" stuff at a reaionahlo price oOc ion Lay, her alleged paramour, was a novel experiment In offering horses for for Ladles' Oxford, black or tan. At f 1, Our toe sliper with buckle ami bow tan, a held as un accomplice. sale on a trip east. He intends taking beaut). At Jl 60, the ox blood in tho latest style "New ton" toe, worth fJ. The CliTwo wealthy brothers named Huch-eo- n with him a line of photographs of hors- max of the Carpet and Curtain season is here. Always gel our price before you have lived In the same house at es, which will bo accompanied by cer buy. At 15c, Patent Shade Curtain, well worth J5c. At 'J5c, a linen with patent roll South Bend, Ind., for .10 years and havo tificates of soundness, conformation and nnd in handsome designs. not snoken during that time. A mai speed trials, which ho will show to den sister has acted as the purchasers. Judire James Harlan, a brother of Justice John Harlan, of the supremo City Property to Trade for Farm. A. UKHANSKY A CO , PRonmrroR. court of the United Suites, was struck T. D. HANKY, Manahkr. by a train on the Louisville. HenderTwo lnrp' centrally located llrloks, Louis near Louisville and son and St. valuo Sfi.OTA, to Paris, CarliHle, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lawrcnceburg, fynthiana, Versallleo, Iht month; nsCes-was Instanlly killed. trade lor fiirm. Price, only ST.uOO: nuliject Georgetown, Klitabetlitown. Frankfort, and Mauckort, Ind. to Barney Bernato, the South African on Si.SOO mortgage. Will assume like amount UAKIHNEK A: CO.. farm. Diamond King." committed suicide :iJ4 l'lfth St.. IrfiulsvllV, KyIIS whilo his vesby jumping overboard I huve oeneil a shop at tho forks of thu sel was on her way from Capo Town. Hustonvllle and MllletlKevMo jilki"). near His estate Is estimated all the way from Mr. V. Iteld'h and am prepared to do all II. M. Fnlts was arrested at Winchesbar-tende- r, If It Is Bargains 1 rT. rTPTarY wn. ,'5' 'S' ! ( t 120-pou- $2.50 $5.00 $8.00 4 i g 50c At $1.00. At $1.50 and $2. UBDERWEAB I 1 50c - gu.-unnt- 15 and 25c. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. renl-ulgi- W Km!-neno- e, - CARPETS & MATTINGS. II. LV - ! ,inmi.i 1 Bargain Drive for June- A solid car-loa- d of Chairs will arrive this vtccl, embracing all of the new things, .ultn able for lllrthduy and Hrldtil Presents. Itomuu, Trench, English and Colonial Stylos. Jin lhed In Mahogony. Oak. lllreh. Maple. Doll and Dresden. Sale You 111 come: and see II t I'hlla nd my designs and finishes right In touch with N.w York. Hoston and delphla. one-fift- W. W. WiTHERS. STANFORD. Court-llmix- non-partisa- n. Miml-annual- ed ) SPECTACLES I TO 1 2,-A- I Winter SUIT CRAIG EVERY EYE, S6 11 -- 1 Of HN HCCURHTE FIT GUftRHNTEeD. 'o" CRAB ORCHARD HOCKER va , SPRiVCS. r7Mrrrti'7nriTTrr UlZLKlrAIYllZla BY T3itrs-4iiX. ( post-oilte- in-no- so Lud-corse- ts Sal-k,...,- ,,i Sheriffs' Sale for Taxes. Court-Hou- so J. C. M' CLARY A on mav vsy a ! T?ri Te 1 vsi ICIUliUHl AllUlUlOl, UlilMUllllV1 fc&AAWk al -- w..-lonto- Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room VA Funeral Director. Court-IIou- se T! WA Cat-lettsbu- Opposite s, Camp-bellsvll- le s. ii-- l iiymnii w well-selecte- :.?ylFrr:f';yfh??f.;?gPg Square, Stanford, Ky Top-pleoz- 1 l(9S-:i-- l, We have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our .Merchandise and aro now prepared to stock of General Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an every-day, Our stock of suit to a wedding outfit. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Olasswnre, Quconsware, Jtc,, was never more complete FARRIS St HARDEN, r -i. . ArJjk - X -- ... .fttki. . - t- -, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 Tub Indies of tho Christian church liuvo postponed tliuir niccthij,' set for until Saturday from .'J to 5 o'clock. iMlHSKS Annik Kvanh mid LiLt.li: Stanford, Kv., -- Junk iS, 1897 Uoumrrs, of IXinvlllc, aro quests of MIm-cSue Whitley and Nollle Mur phy. 11. II. Uko.vauuii was on yostcrduy'b K. C. Walton, lirsi.viM Manaokk. trnin returning from Latonia whero ho 1.1. I.N11.. ...I.. ... ., . . " wm ,lt "u l" l ovul ,l Tun best l cheapest. That' why "'. "': f eood onus. .' our painty, load ami oil aro cheapest, A dispatch from Crab Orchard yes rotiny'a Urujr Store. terday afternoon stated thai Messrs. PERSONALS.John Liuehauan and Arch Carson were gradually growing weaker, and it was Mlts. L. M. Smith, of Flat Lick, is thought that the latter would not live visiting lier liomufolks liure. through tho night. Miss Kli.a May Xbwland is visitI)K. Lkh F. Huffman, tho president ing relatives in tlie Knd. of tho Kentucky Dental Association, Mlts. J. .1. McitoiiBitTS has been delivered the annual address at tho (jultu sick for hovcral days, but is betmooting In Owonsboro this week and tor. tho Messenger says it was well delivMiss J kan SiiiiMiY, of Arcadia, V ered and exhibited careful study in its visiting-MUAlice Shelby at Lexlny preparation. ton. Mlts. Kllbn Caktbi:. of Lntoga, HOME NEWS, Ind., Is the pucsl of Mrs. John It. Mur slion. FitB.31! candy dally. Candy Kitchen." to-ln- VI k J 0 UNO itAVBD curds and jdate for $1.1 A SPECIAL train of live coaches, Latest styles. Danks, the jeweler. londed with Kentucky editors, passed up to Mlddlcsboro yesterday, where a Two more suits have boon Hied at big time awaited them. The train hard-l- y Louisville to collect WO.OOO in insuchecked up hero and consequently j rance policies held on the late M. W. the Stanford scribes did not go. j Johnson, of Garrard. Suits aro now pending for 8.VJ.000. It continues terrifically hot, the mer .... cury going up to 0U degrees In tho day Badly Hurt.,!. C. Florance, the and climbing down very little at night, Mexican blacksmith, of tho East End. Tho signal service lias predicted thur.-do- r was badly hurt while harrowing a few storms every day this week nnd days ago. His horses ran olT and in his still does, but only one has come, that of effort to stop them tho harrow fell on him, cutting a fearful gash in one of his yesterday morning, which was accom-panted by rain, which failed to fall in legs, it was ilrsjt thought that the bone was broken, but fortunately for him it needed quality. was not. Longbvity. Seeing our mention of the remarkable longevity of Mr. John Tub Sioux Medicine Co., Dr. A. W. C. Hill and his brothers and sisters, McErwin, manager, pitched their tent Squire John Bailey was reminded of hero Monday and showed and gave away medicine nntil yesterday, when the fact that on his mother's side thoy pulled up stakes and left for there wore and are yet a number ofold Milledgoviiio. The doctor says that people. Ills mother, who was from Stanford is tho dullest town he ever Virginia and vhoso maiden name was struck in his line, which we think Jett, was one of 12 children, 8 of whom lived to bo over 80. Mrs. Bailey's speaks well for our people. mother was ir.l. Mrs. Ezoklol Haium, Shooting. The bad feeling exist- a sister of Squire Bailey's mother, is Miss MlNNIB Dinwiddib, of Hus. NEW shirt waist sets, links and belts. ing betwnen tho Kennedys and White?, still alive and was 101 the 23th of last 1' tonville, Is with hur aunt, Mrs. See tho window. Danks. Tate. of the East End, caused another out- month. She lives in Pulaski and is Mlts. S. 1. KastlaND, of Danville, break Monday afternoon, when Win. yet hale and hearty. Her husband was OCR trusses give the greatest satisis vUitlnir tho family of Mr. A.. G. Kennedy and Win, White mot on the one of 10 children, none of whom died faction. Craig fc Hooker. pike near Preachersvillu about dark. under 70 and the three that arc living Knhtland. IlAYDBN is beautifying the J. Fruit Jars and Jelly Glnsses of all A brother of Mr. White tolls ns that range In ages from 71 to 80. Hughes house with paint and other lm" kinds ui Warren A-- Shanks.' when thoy met Kennedy, who had RELIGIOUS. provutnents. gotten off his horse, asked White Tub soda water at Penny's is pure, what ho meant by coming out in that Miss Lucy Lbi: Am.bn, of Miller .'12d annual State Sunday-schoo- l The burp, arrived Wednemliiy to visit the cold and refreshing. Try it. section, and when ho replied that ho Union will bo held at Harrodsburg, MUt.es Wood. was attending to his own business, June 22 to 21. C. V. Gkntiiy had a lino Jersey cow Mlts. Will Sbvbhanck and Virgin Kennedy took aim over his horse's There will no preaching at the Bapkilled by a train Monday night. ia I'ickott are visiting their parents In shoulder and llred three times, none of tist church Sunday, owing to the Shelby County. the builets striking White, but one faW.VUON and implement paint, bright of tho pastor. tally injuring his horse. White also Thomas L. Omt Is back from Kim durable colors. W. B. Northern Methodists have appropriMoltoberts. . . V tf t ll.. tlrovl three shots, but all went wide of wniu uciems, lean., wnerc no nit ated i61,:i7.'J for Negro education and been attending soliool. Bkino your prescriptions to us if you tho mark. Finding that his pistol was evangelization tills year. Mlts. W. M. McKlNNBY wenttoCoi- - want prompt and efficient work. Craig out of order, White started to a neighAfter a precarious existence of a few bin Wednesday to see her daughter, & I locker. bor's for a gun, but his horse, which months, the Baptist Inquirer, C. E. Mrs. Manloy W. Tyrco. was frightened, ran into a fence nnd Nnsh. editor, has suspended. G. B. Ma yds, an excellent black- threw him off, I)li. W. li. O'llANNON is improving cutting his face considTho ladies of tho First Baptist church smith nnd wood worker, asks for pa- erably. Tho hostilities his homo with paint, lie husuUo built ended there nt Indianapolis have adopted tho rule tronage in another column. an addition to his olllce. and Tuesday Mr. White came to town to remove their headgear in church. Mlt. H. It. HitloiiT, of Ml. Sterling, and testified before the grand jury, He vs. Win. Shelton, J. B. Crouch Tint price paid by Col. W. II. was hero again Tuesday. An attracagainst Kennedy, and indictment and It. B. Mahony aro attending the for tho Itodemor farm was s.'l..")02,' tive widow was the magnet. was returned. Sheriff Nowland went State Baptist Association .'1,200 at the tyjtes made us in GeorgeInstead of Mlts. Hbnhy Couuits and MUs in search of him Tuesday afternoon, town. say. of Cincinnati, are visitbut failed to find him. It will be reAccording to tho latest tlgures, there ing Mrs. Itov. J. H. Crouch. 210. -- That is tho number of sub- - membered that their brothers, Ben are Jto.O.Tt Baptists in Jamaica. Of TlIB young people were preparing to scrilwrs sent us yustordny by our excel- - Kennedy and Joo White, hail a simi- the-- c :i,28i wero added last year, again "htonn" MUs Hettie Rochester and lent corrosKjndent at Lancaster. Prof. lar shooting some IS months ago, when in ono year of nearly ten per cent. her guest. Mips Lucile Pennington, nt M. I). Hughes. the former was wounded In the head Tho Southern Methodist board of Dr J. H. Owsley's last night. and tho latter In his left arm. church extension helped to build 401 Tin: bull game between the homo Miss Nbi.lib Mbushon, who has club and tho Hnrrodshurg nine this afClltcUlT COUKT. Lena Hogan, churches last year. An average of been attending Caldwell College, ltleh- ternoon. promises to bo an interesting charged with perjury, was granted bail eight churches wero dedicated every mond, returned homo Tuesday. one. Neither team lias met defeat this in S7t after there was n hung jury In Sunday during the year. .John Camdbn, of the South Knd, year. Dr. D. N. Porter, of Eminence, Ky., her case. Mrs. Martha Aceslinger, who Is a brother of Mrs. C. C. WithIs In his S2nd year. Ho hau been a ers, is very low with typhoid fever. Tub wind of yesterday morning blow who was in jail charged with receiving church-membfor 08 years, a preachMlts. J. H. TUHNKH nnd daughter, down a number of large trees in Mrs. stolen property from her husband and er for fS years and a constant subscribothers, was discharged, the grand jury Mamie, of Jessamine, aro with her pa Woodlc Hale's pasture and several in falling to indict. J. W. Bright was er to the Wistbkn Recokdkk for 02 rents, Kev. and Mrs. W. S. Griustead. Mrs. Lou Shanks' and Mr. Belden's given till Juno 20 to Hlo a bill of ex- years says that paper, which doubtless Tub boss has hied away to Washing- yards. ceptions to tho judgment sustaining the wonders how ho has survived it all. ton and there Is an aching void among Rev. George O. Barnes, who is visitTUB old Woollen Factory building will of Greenborry Bright. the pie hunters that it seems this world has been transformed into a grist mill, Tho grand jury adjourned Tuesday ing Dr. Bogle, will probably preach at can never till. tho court-hous- e Sunday night, and may Miss Klla May Saundbiis, of Liv with a capacity of .'0 bushels a day. J. after finding 2,1 indictments, live hold a short series of meetings after ingston, who is selling high up In the II. Carter and Peter Straub, Jr., aro against tho McKinnoy men charged that. Mr. Barnes is looking well and the proprietors and It. T. Mattlngly is witli breaking into and robbing TanjkhjIs as the lucky contcMnut ner Bros', store. They aro Will Hughes says he is feeling better than ho hii9 head miller. arrived Tuesday. and Slierldnn Davis, Shannon McKin- for some time. He does not know where e Mlt. W. G. I'KOCTOlt, of Quail, Bonds The committee advertises noy and Winter Wright. Moso Tan- ho will go from hero. Advocate. county, went to Louisville yes- in another column that '28 Lincoln Elder T. S. TInsley is 20 years of age terday to see ills son, Dr. D. K. Proctor, county II per cent ImhuIs of $i"0 ouch, ner was also indicted for breaking into and lias tilled several pulpits in Eastern P. W. Green's bar room. Shannon (ho is very ill. payable In '20 years, with tho right to Kentucky. In the past year ho has Kl.DBit John Siiousb, of Missouri, redeem in live, will bo sold at auction McKinnoy, who was held under $700 at held 27 revivals in county seats of his examining trial, has failed to show who Is conducting a revival at July county court day. mountain couutics, baptized over 00 up and his bond has been declared forwill bo the third judge at tho people, added over 700 to tho church, feited. piMiss Ellbn Ballol will give contest hero Tho trial of tho suit (or $20,00!) dam- built three churches and organized five Miss Edwina Count an, who repre- ano lessons at tho Myers House. Puages against tho L. A: N. by W. II. congregations. Mt. Sterling Sentinal. sents Eminence in tho contest here to pils will receive two lessons a week, In response to a question, the Bishop night, Is a niece of Mrs. Lou Shanks and becial attention will bo given to Wearon, administrator of B. F. Scott, at Kansas City said: "There shall bo technique, pedaling, phrasing and ex- has occupied the court's attention since no prayers for Queen Victoria in tho and will be hor guest while here. Tuosdny. It is tho second trial of the Mlts. E. 1 OWSLKY and daughter, pression. Terms i't jor month. case, the jury standing before 7 to G In Cutholio churches of this city or of Miss Matlle Hays, arrived Wednesday this diocease. 1 shall not only order from Columbus, Ga.. to visit tho forTin: reason that pictures of all tho favor of the railroad. It will bo re- that such prayers bo not offered, but I mer's mother and sisters at tho Myers young ladles who aro to contest for membered that Scott was an employe shall prohibit them." This shows how prbos have not boon printed of tho company when killed, Juno lti, despotic are Catholic bishops and how House. lfciKl, by the derailment of the car OwiNO to the death of a nenr neigh in this paper is because they failed to utterly subservient are their membeis bor, the entertainment of tho "Eco send them in time. All are, however, which struck a cow as it was backing to them. from itowland to Stanford. Ho had no nomical Club" by Mrs. W. l Walton on exhibition in Dunks' window and Mr. W. II. Higgins has received a was postponed till Saturday afternoon they aro a very decidedly handsome ticket and tho conductor was unawuro copy of the Lexington, Mo., Intelli of liis presence. Tho case was argued crowd. from i to (I. gence containing n good picture if by Welch and Helm for tho adminisMlt. J. E. ItitrcK hah been confined Rev. A. S. Moffett. who lias been pasHOUSE BcitNBD. Mr. Joo Williman trator and by L. L. Walkir, of Gar- tor thero for three years, but who tenal homo for several days on account of writos us that Tom Dcuhnui, of Jumbo, a sprained back, which ho got by try lost his now dwelling with all the fur- rard, and Col. Hill, who represented dered his resignation histSunday to acJudge Alcorn, who felt too tired for ing to do a half dozen men's work on niture at o'clock P. m. Monday. It is tho effort. Col. Hill had a sore foot and cept a call from tho Lebanon, Ky., ills farm. supposed that the fire got a start in the lie had to ask tho permission of tho church. The paper says ho has done a Mlt. MlLO Shanks, 0110 of tho pro great work thero and endeared himself kitchen. Mr. Dunham was in the corn prietors of thu Richmond l'autugraph, Held and his wife was at her parents' court to sit down during his argument. to everyone by his earnest piety and Tho case was submitted a little bewas hero a few days ago. Ho is a hand and thoy got there too lato to save any fore noon yesterday, when after a short broad and liberal views. some follow and an all around newsp.v thing. In yesterday's Advocate Rev. L. M. consultation the jury returned a ver- Lnsloy per man. " denies that ho is a Bought, a Homb. Greenborry dict for i),000 damages. Mlts. T.J. Faynb and daughter, Mrs und says his letter from tho church Tho men Hughes and Davis confessII. II. Cherry, of Howling Green, came Bright has bought of Mrs. Eliza Blaln at Stanford was forced on him by Pasher pretty homo on tho Danville piko ed yesterday to the robbery and on the tor Grinstead, as ho said, "to keep up Tuesday to bo in timo for tho elocu statement of Commonwealth's Attortionary contest in which tho which contains 12 acres of land for from turning me out for preaching Mr. Bright will take possession at ney Owsley that tho Tanner Bros, had without license from the church." Ho hitler takes part. Miss Florence Tuubhbakt and once, but will coutinuo to run his splen- promised to secure, If possible, tho says further "seeing that license of conVirginia Ilournu went to Nashville did farm, which was presented to him lowest punishment for them, If they ference to preach is a hindrance rathTuesday where they will bo guests of by his grandfather, the lato Greonber- - would toll the names of ull implicated er than authority to evangelize and In the robbery, the jury gavo thorn one Mrs. S. C. Truoheart, whilo they at ry Bright. spread the gospel of holiness, I shall year each. A bench warrant was ortend tho exposition. WiIBN the curtain rises at S o'clock dered to be.lbaiicd for Shannon McKin- until tho dear Lord directs otherwise, Miss Sadib LiLLAltl) is back from at Will ton 'h Opera House continue only an humble lay evangela tho Hristol, Institute, where lovely picture will bo presented. The noy and his bond increased to $1,000. ist." she graduated with high honors. Hor beauty of Lincoln and from many Ken- Tho bail of Winter Wright was iixed Loda Oukes and Miss Julia Anne brother, Mr. Aahloy Lillard, came with tucky towns will llll the building, which at S750. Ed Drye, a West End Negro, confessed to petit larceny and was giv- Bunch, of Ottenheim, were macrlcd her and spent soveral days. has been artistically decorated. Over yesterday. J. I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, went 100 reserved seats have already been en three mouths in jail. Jacobs and Ronton, two white men W. C. Walter bought of Joseph Wilo Louisville Tuesday night to see if sold. It gives promibo of being tho from tho knobs, sent word from jail to liams u house und lot containing 12 lie couldn't mako arrangements to keep most interesting contest over given In tho court that thoy wanted to confess acres near McKinnoy for $000. The Hall's circus from exhibiting In Lan this section. to chicken stealing, but tho grand jury question now is who is going to keep on tho last day of his fair. caster Thb St. Asaph Valley seems destin- had failed to Indict, and their case had tho house for Mr. Waller. Mlts. Hkttib Mblvin, widow of the Tho Mt. Vernon Signal tells of tho Into Mr. Mike Molvin, of this place, ed to bo destroyed by a cyclone. A num- to bo continued till next court. Tho suit of Clarence Deatherago death of Mr. T. J. Coffey, which occurcame down from hor homo in Lincoln ber havo struck it In tho last few years county, a few days ago and Is visiting nnd yesterday morning another swoop- uguinsttho L. &N. forS2,000, in which red at tho rcslclonco of Ills the family of Dr. 11. II. Grlnstead ed down from tho Northwest, striking Train Dispatcher W F. Sheridan is T. B. Lair, at Livingston, where ho lirst on tho old Holm property, blowing charged with abducting his son, was was on a visit. Ho was a wealthy and here. Glasgow Times. Lewis attended the down trees and fences, a nutnbor of In progress at adjournment yesterday. highly respected citizen of Rockcastle , MissGbokoia Judge Suutloy will uttend tho Con- and his death Is generally deplored. commencement of tho School of tho trees on Mrs. Woodio Halo's property at Nushvillo next Ho leaves a wife and four children, Kimbcrlln Heights, and several on Mrs. Lou Shanks' and federate Evungollats ut weok and court will suspend after this Mrs. Harrison Brannnmun, Mrs. Sam hor brother, John Lewis, ntVint-a- . EVnm tlin otrnnf. nnn Tcnn., which is attending, and tells ua about it en- uprooted trees uud many wrecked week till tho 2(Jth, after which tho timo uol Purcell, Mrs..1 Golden Ramsey, tho ij I.ICuCes. ir ,.-.. win uu iuuuu up. laucr Ol iwwmuu, uuu lvu vuiiuy. tertainingly In another column. I y . I Clothing. . M stork is nt full of Good Things nnd Choice Spring Patterns. r"l 1 ' THEY During the next HIST CO ily Pris BE SOLI Hu1uc.m1. I will M.j will 1m; Greatly you - 1 A A mnn'H CHILD'S SUIT FOR SOiCTS. H. J. McROBERTS. AlMVoolsult forSl.50 Come mid set them whither vou want to buy or not. 81 K iW &' s S1 'S4 LC aes&lss NEW We have every thing New and Fresh; no old stock. A M 2W :5 s a K 5C '? new line of J &J &1 l A complete stock of every thing in the Drug Line. cillnlilv. ' j . Toilet Artioles. Lntcst stvle: best " L Stationary; Prescriptions Ai .n. ( ig; i".- v.v iw .uiuiuunuL'ii ..l B. MoROBERTS. W. ... .1 . juuuraieiy ESaSfggSggBBSBSBpggg -- DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. SEE OUR- - ab-ssn- . 1 M 1 1 Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIHGES. HARNESS, Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. C. Sec us before, buying. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed Dud-der- ar 1111 B. K. WEAR EN & SON. I fcS? Cfiifdren's Wash Suits At 50c, 75c I S3 and SI aro just the thing for boy. making. S:ivo work nnd worry of er m & zX JAcr)f hirjer) Suits, AKo Lliiun, (Genuine Homc-Mude) i 25c. to make nanN and suits at Sj . 95 CENTS. 95 1 0 Z Try our cents Oxfords for Ladh-- s t, Hlacks and Tans. Hook-castl- y i Umbrellas Recovered. Don't throw your old Umbrella Tranics away, hut bring them to have them lis ffi and S t& Ci? Turn-ersvlll- o, a? fvj -S NEW'WASH GOODS On ale SATURDAY and .MONIIAV. fflg w & SEVERANCE Headed by & to-nig- fffgn Locust Herd Reg. Poland chinas. Son of Klever'a Model, No. 29.710, tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12.C91, win of the World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11.007. Pine toppy young liosirs ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows in ovurv u specialty , for sale, This stock Is strictly llrst-cl- -t with lo-pto kmmwsmmwmmmm U. S. lyiOOEL, fJO. SON. 38,353. rrIce.sreasonablo and oatlsfaetlon guaranteed. Wilte vour wants or eomo and seo my nogs. They are good ones. Also Mammoth IVkin Duck A few fn'sli Jersey Cows for sale. A. E. HUNDLEY. Itox 13. Danville. Ky. Eggs, 31 for 13. pedigree-.- . The "come-out-er- Buckeye Churn Makes hard work easy. You can get more butter. You wash, salt nnd work tho butter before taking it out of the churn. llUSCHUitNljHnll t, $2,-SO- Will Sell You One on Trial. It will pay for itself in few weeks. and bee it. Call to-nig- ht Vn.-Ton- n., The .Most Complete Up-to-Da- te Freezer. M and Convenient Freezer over offered i i "Mai ford. Kciji ires Ie?slalor less time and less ice than nny freezer, only requiring f i inn one to two minutes to We guarantee them to do all we claim and they atu sidd on trial. freeze cream Very respectfully, Como and seo for yourself. Try one. HIGGINS St 5-T- KINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, -- son-in-la- HE MERGHANT TAILOR IsJ Receiving his- - rc-unl- 'mi ',. m - 1 -- GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him a Call. Guaranteed. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit - mj.i A TlX, J i" -- J r-- " Br-T- i ir... '- - , -- Si , t. ' I'm I I .h.i.i. ,n.i wimmmn i.iiwi-- ; KwijiwXii'nliWo ir.ii St THE INTERIORJOURNAL . GETTING AFTEIl TUE BOSS. MORELflND. ss mini BMMOMOIMIOMO IMIMOMOMMPKIOINI To the voters of the 8th CongressionMr. .1. Iv. Helm, with nlifgo force of al Dl&triet of Kentucky ami more espe hands, is busy harvesting a big crop of cially my old comrade soldiers: blue-graseed In Boyle and Lincoln 3?tt,bUo!ioA'rw.aoAa3ro,a.iiS.rx!.avvo Some time in May I promised you a counties. full history of George M. Davison nnd Mr. S. Matthews, tho night operator SU PMKYKAU IX ADVANCE his political mouth-piece- s of Rockcashere, is oir on a vacation. tle county. Before I begin, 1 wish to Ills job here Is being looked J)V Whcti not sopnld SS.SO will le charged. after by say in order to get at this In the prop Mr. Hal Vandlvier. er manner, that I am bound to use the After a series of misfortunes and ac name of L. L. farrett. I want it dis- cidents, Mr. Will MeAllsler is out tinctly understood that I shall not uso again. Ho is ready to swear that a it with any disrespect to him, but to hammock Is u source of more danger expose the political corruption of Dathan a folding bed. vison and his advisers In Itockcastlo. Morcland continues on tho eve of Mr. L. L. Jarrett, E. E. l'rotheroo, prosperity and KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. if all reports are true, Mrs. Mattio Carter and myself were she will soon be supplied with n llrst-cla- This Is one of tho most completely popTrains leave Stanford at ":10 a. m. nnd I p. applicants for the postotllce at Brod- Tiiouormiimnn in returning at 4. 2S . iu.jindtf.03 On Mi.!n SUL'et, Stanford, hotel and sample room, as a Mr. ular trip- - known to tho American pubhcad. The republican vote of Brod- ! KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Cohn Is comtemplatlng tho erection of lic and Niagara is visited by thousands head in McKlnnley's election was 1,V. Tin) moil proa $1:2,000 house, containing all modern of 12 37 tu Out of that number I had on my petiKo. 21 Train going North Americans every year. The present lific or nil lir'oU, Apply to 3 13 a in " " improvements, etc. No. 2 " attain tho crcnt-in- I opportunity Is an unusual one and you ..........12 01 piu tion 03 republican voters, all of whom " bouth No. 25 " George Gooch, who has been doing should weight, futtuii I OJ'p in " " No. 23 " see your Q. Si C. agent or adreceived their mail at this place, save willy at any ae?. Tor alM'olnts. extra work as operator for the C. S., dress the undersigned for space Hours rvtiilv fur earfour or live, and they voted there. Tahas been given a position as agent for liest possible date. Tho rateat frtm mtvIcc. tlllt- ami MiWNiiln-nillrt'l." I'ltf THRO'Idll TICKETS fcOLD. king (ill from l,"i3 leaves l2 votes, to be of t'ltlitTMU, notiiklii. Questions ami HAGOAGE CHECKED THROUGH. tho company at Brannon. He Is a very Junction City will bo 310.0.1 t for tho i promptly divided between the three other appli For any Infonuatlou enquire ol deserving young man and his promo- round trip. Chas. W. Zell, D. P. J. M. Si H. J. UeBOBEBTS, Stanford. A., cants, giving them 110 and a fraction All persons deslrlre lK'iut Polls for plank feme, JOE S. KICK, Agent, tion was no doubt made upon his good Fourth and Race t and railing or wire friicecati dial what they Streets, Cincinnati. btanford, Ky. each, My majority over all is l2 and u merits and sterling worth. want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike W. C. Rinenrson, gen'l pass'ragt., Cln. I alo fraction. I also had n lady's petition leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford Corn is selling at $2,') and is report- ciunatl, O. keep on hand a supply of plank for f ne in:. All QUEEN & CRESCENT. with about ."tO names; a G. A. R. petikinds of lumber for building pure; al boards ed as quite a scarce article In this loUiidortalcor, Trains pass, .(unction City as follows: and shliiKltvi. All erous uelriiii; any article of tion from H. II. Scovlll, Post Xo. 52, this kind tan rail uu me at my store near Cedar Siwnd Sunday In tho Queen City. II .17 n m No. 2 North "No. HSouth i 02 p m London, and was endorsed by our coun- - cality. Good hay Is also very much in U W.MSOU.roN. Si 3 4rtam Hastonville. " I " Kentucky Crtk. 1124 pm " Tfo.3 " " 130 pm ty Post at Mt. Vernon. In the face of demand at $12 to $11. Few complaints Sunday rates 31.2. round trip from II 25 am No. 5 " 0 00 a in No. 9 " Offers his serrlce to the people of West Lincoln of wheat, oats and nil small grain re- Junction City via the Queen & Cresi 20 p in " 10 " Cask and Coey counties MONEY-- . Note Nos. 5 ami C ilo not run .Sundays, 9 and 10 all this, the pleadings of the governor ported as doing nicely. Hemp is need- cent again next Sunday, June 20th. eta alwaysnii hand. full slock ol Cothnsaud no runner soiuu than Junction city, netibcr of the State, recommendations from ing M 5o they run Sundays, Manager rain and tobacco setting postioiicd Coney Island, Ludlow Lagoon, Chester I. ft. Carjienter. The NIQKKLL MAGAZINE two representatives in the Legislature, for rain. Plants reported scarce. Park and the Zoo. Allsummci resorts RY. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI wants o(h! rellnbie ngeuts to can recommendations from A. R. Dyke, Mrs. Lewellyn Sharp, of Pleasure- - open. Ask your agent for particulars. vns for Htibscriptions. A verv VIA OKOllOUTOWN. editor of the Mountain Echo, from uood rate of cash comtnitilou will A. M. A. M Judge Vincent Borelng, of London, ville, has boon the guest of the family P. M. P.M. be irivcn. or bicycle premiums if Something to Kuou. 2,00 Lre. Somerset, Arl25S 235 s'io and from D. P. Bethurum, which I will of W. S. Wigham. Bud Myers and " 1131 " Jet. City. 3 15 It mtf preferred. All material and samworth mmirthtinK to know that the wife, of WInlleld, Tenn., are visiting rery vt medicine for 630 450 Arr f Scorgetown, Lt 9 3.5 505 ric the tinil out ple eopU's ftirnielutl free. Apply ' Frankfort, 30 7 20 1155 300 explain later on, Mr. Davison disre his ton h.Mlth) vlp(r l Clerlric llltlen father's family here. Bud is an This medicine i purely vaceUMa actn ly Klrliic at once. .. ....o garded a majority of his party and 8 40 5 30 5 10 Arr I'arls operator in tho employ of the C. S. tone to the nrre centre la tho Monurli, gently Dally except bunday, ulmulilc tho liter and kidnet and Mi lhee claimed no nau done all In his power Mr. Nickell Magazine, Chnrles Terhuneand Howard In throwing nil Impurities In the C.,D HEKCAW.G. P A. l.ll. for the benellt of the party, when he ISOSmninor Strvct, of Harrodsburg, have been vis- trie Hitter lmproehy the appetite, aids digestion and U ponoU'.onl had done all in his power for his and tho' who hac tried It is Itoston, Mass. blood purifier joiI nerre loi k Try the iting Uert Shumaker. Mr. Stephen It very tet5"c .NM for others, for their own olitical purpose. and l r Iwttle at W II. Hart, of Douglas, has opened a refreshdruKtore He also rejects tho republican plat-fdrment stand in the store room of Asa ! The Gmmlat lttmnbj. for it plainly says the old soldier Peyton. Mrs. J. V. Edwards continMr It It tireove, mrrthant.of Chllhowle, Va , shall have the preference in the mat- ues very ill. Prof. Thomas : Shannon ivrtltle tlvtt he hail iclren up to ter of employment, and now ho comes and wife, of Wilmore, have returned the nought nil medicalriiiimpunn, watmotley could tivatmeut that CvcVjiih Torii!idi rocure, tried all omuIi remedle h could hear of, and Wind Morm nre out and says it was no slap at the old mt Kot uo uu In Co., after an extended visit to his mother chair; was relief: to trtuanv nlihti slltlm: Olson-- . a mi ntiuicrou and ilctructhc that the propinduced Mint's New Ir soldier when he appoints a soldier's near Millcdgeville. Mrs. A. M. Helm ery and was cured ! Kor erty owner should thetinf two laittle. and KOUND1CD 1800. son. Why not the grand-soas well ? is visiting buddies nt threejiears Ins leu attcndlliitIs tuthe WJlideM her father in Boyle. Miss ) Dr. Kltirf's New llwery Neither has any connection with the Jessie Mitchell, of Florida, is a guest remedy rter made, as It hi dote, n much for him and slo for others In his communli Dr. Klni;' words used in the platform at St. Louis. of the family of Mr. G. Spears, to be New IMver guirantced fur cmiijIh. colds and niosumptloi The whole truth is, Mr. Davison is a present at the Cooper-Spear- s It d.m't fall Trial bottles free at From them a well n from Fire und nrANruuii. ky. nuptials W II. Miltoberts'druf store. Tornnilix". and flrt" are llnlile to ocpolitical trickster and it was for his Wednesday. A. ( I.AMIAM. John. Castlkmam. cur at any time Ni take out u ixillcy In any and D. P. Bethurum's special benefit JiucUin't Arnica is'alie. of my companies. None but he did so, believing the whole matter Co. Tho nest silve In the world for cuts,, bruises was hidden in a manner by his jKjlitl-ca- l sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fetr sore, tetter, chap- FIRST 0LA8S COMPANIES ! and all hand, ring, that it was Impossible for it The farmers are cutting their clover 1elMitlrlychllblaliu, tiirni no pay skin eruptionsIs curw piles or required, It Kcprt rented. euarajteed toulre perfect satliUctlon cr moiier ever to be seen. I will say some one crop. V COMPANY Price '23 ivuts Miss Lizzie Fogle and sister, Mrs. P. Mcltolrt, Druggist. vt box. for sale by It. INSURANCE besides my friend has studied as far as JESSE D. WEABE2T, Absolutely Pure. tho fifth reader and has a good knowl- H. Taylor, were in Danville. OF LIVERPOOL. General A Kent, Stanford, Ky Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and edge of political Rev. W. E. Foster, of Louisville, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY rascality. healthfulnes. Assures the food against alum and All Take I.ixstWe llromo Quinine Tablets all)formsof adulteration so common In the cheap I will state here that the sensible, preached nt the Baptist church Sun- Iru(tst refund the money If It falls to Cure, for brands. ftalebyW II .Mcltolwrts, Crslfr A llucker and (1 thinking republican will not stand day. ItOVAL BAKING l'OWDKRCO.,NeW York. CaSTLEHdN. Mrs. Mary Eliza Ellis, of Rollings. 1. 1'euny, Druggists, btauford, Ky. any such schemes as you propose to MASAI! KIIS. play on him. It will do for the present has been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. A. Ashevllle, N. C, has gone dry and Wesley. uoim:. in the huge cries of distress aro heard but It wont do on the 1st Tuesday in Crows have been playing havoc with city among the mountains. Tho board Commerce Building, Louisville. The liest Line tuand from November, 1SD7. You have made a Agents Throughout the Niulh. mistake and in 189S, you will be able to Casey farmers tblsyear. They pulled of aldermen have, by a vote of I to -- , up six acres for Jesse Cloyd In it half decided to renew none of tho liquor see more clearly your mistake, Davis. All I'olnls la MlchUsn. which expire In July. The lion, and ask that the rocks and hills day. Ambrose and Geo. Humphrey have cense was ?1,000 and there arc Hi appliIcal Agent, may fall on you and hide you from this CHICAGO. the prettiest niece of corn in Casey. cants. : "Whit City Special." political world of polution. t Stanford. - - - Kkntuckv. ltstftlcruiloal Station. 3Jtf You have taken the advantage of They have a 12 acre field shoulder Office on tancaster street at Resldenco. LOUIS. the power vested in you and his the high. & Married, at the home of the bride, Avoiding the Tunnel old soldier and the republican platform S. A. and gave both a slap in the face, which on the 11th, at Yosemlte, Billy BOSTON. IN (Robins little Billy) to Miss Kath- Surgeon you can never recall. Warner Sleeping Cars, IiEALF.K IS Dentist, Corn nntl liny. So, comrades, see who you cast your erine Frederick. 3WWWE McKinloy prosperity has at last Order OtQce and feed I.'xchanice, near the ltallroad YORK. Crusaluj, IVwt Strwt, vote for in 1897 and in 1898. I have Ky, IluOet I'arlor Cars, aitner Sleeping Cars, I'rlvit reached Casey. Corn Is selling at - - ICentuclcy. tried to give you the full details in this Lotupartiiieut Cars, Lleiraut Coactiea and Dla- 32.50, with scarcely any buyers. While Owl Yard, Mill Street, lately J. II Wains'. ui Cars. Office over McllolicrU' Dnu Store In the Owsler matter, so we as a body of old comSatisfaction Kuaraute.'d. there was plenty of corn It only brought Hulldlng. rades may look back more clearly bella sure your tickets read via "HKJ ffifll" 31.50. E O. MtCOltMICK. I. It. MAItTIN, fore wo leap. The Green IUver Woolen Mill., loI'asseuer Traffic Mr., Gen, fass. A Tkt. Agt. tSHELBY & AND ORGANS. Mr. Davison also said the protests of CINCINNATI, OHIO. cated at Phil, this county, will start up Proprietors the best citizens of Brodhcad would I'lutux. within the next ten days. The compa Decker Ilro'. Ilro'. I'laiuw. lltilnt.' High-Grad- e 1IVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE amount to nothing; thatof a protest of ny will get a large patronage from CaFertilizers and Goal. Klllntoii Pianos. Co. same of tho best ladles this place sey und adjoining counties. I). II. Baldwin Piano, Xc. Good Warranted ft KeprvM'titecl Fischer I'luiio. would amount to nothing and that he Olllco on City, Ky. OF STANfOIIP, KV Although it's not worth tho space, I ... i n i. me ji.... S.,M Main Struct, oppoilto F.ltnonr Store. " " .i pariy, regaruiess oi uu pro will say to tho other corresiondent Ety Orgiin-- Hamilton Organ und other Turnout, prompt attention, Tery Makes. Pild up Capital, $200,000 00 reasonable rates A ortlou of j our atronage H.inforil. KcntacUj or In other words, "I don't care tists, ami reiectfully solicited 13 from this place that I was not the au- Soo v.mv OootN V T Oct Mv Prltv lloforu you Surplus, 17,603 80 10 u Wllltr.. CraW who sinks so I swim," and furthermore J h TOTTKS. Sii.mman. thor of the Item a few weeks ago, Hy prosislons of Its charter, deisltors are a he was after men who could command which stated that one of our townsfully protected as are deHltora iu Natloual Itanks, ! the greatest number of votes. GEORGE it shareholdeni lieilirf htld Indlildiially llalile to aC, the 10 LOAN, BONDS men was in jail to await the action of extent of the amount of their stock therein at Mr. Davison has also turned a deaf l C'ralt Orohsird now luii tho flnc- -t the par value theiisif, In addition to tho amount Inthe circuit court. I wrote the letter, In tin) f. Jut r In the H'ron ot j?aiuu. vested Iu siith shares ear on oar county chairman, B. J. BeIt may act as executor, ad artlt Money to loan except that Item. Ili.Kr.ioiti:, who iranilles thu t.clor nnd ducllve farms In on Improved city property or pro. uilnisliator. trustee, Ac, as fully as an Individual. Stanford ami Lincoln county al thurum. He told me on four or five & thine who entrust Mad dogs have been playing havoc razor In export tyle. Call on film Mlien ,M)u liper ent . tiayuble Semi- Annually. Also I rll elTendering our IhaiiLstoe trust they have continue their liusliims to us, '.'T different occasions he had seen Mr. in n furnish Nintis for puldic or corHiratlou otllclalst to do so, and we oiler us a guarunteeforwill prompt atSouthern Casey nnd Russell coun- Maut clean have or stINli haltrut. Kxecutors, Administrators or (iiiardlans at Ky. Davison In my behalf und it was all in tention to saniR our Box )ears' exierleiice In hank. Am agent for four of tho liest fire ties the post month. Thousands of dolasliU'rulaixxiiuiiiMlations as are consistent In Kentucky and Inland ! Him had 12 ytsarsN practice Iwforo all tho my favor. Later on ho tells me ho had lars worth of horses, cattle, sheep and with sound banking. solicit patninaxeof pmTtv holders In Stanford. I)op:i month In Washington City. 0 sent a protest to Mr. Davison against hogs were thought to have been UIKCCTOKS. lUtes saiueus other coiiianli-- i lining dullness here. i. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Mr. Jarrett's appointment and in my .i.l..i.l. i;, YAli.Nii;, .Kt, W. II. Cuuimlus, 1'reachcrsvllle: Nine dogs supposed to have had All guardians, AdmlnNtrator and such behalf. This Is where the dark and J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, cttlcniuut with the hydrophobia were slain one day last who have not made a In tho William tiooch, S. II. Shu'lils, Lincoln Count, Court dirty work wns done. Tho whole scheme week on lnt two jcar S. J. Kiuhry, J. f. Cah, Trace Fork. are hereby notltlcil tocomu forward at "once w THE POPULAR J. I., l.yiin. A. i Ho for a political purpose, is a political Carinterj No. 5'.'12, J. . Mint fie. Our townsman, Patrick Henry Tay- and cttlu tr thej will lo pnx'cedcd apilut W. I.. DAWSON. I'rolui;cr of oomhlueil and Kufern hordes which will come out soon nnd separate aecnrdlng to law. orMCtRs. lor, wants to don the shoes of State 2(1 Jude Lincoln County Court. that iell for pxxl price, will miiUo tho pre-eS. II. Shanks. I'nsldenl: and apart from this article m'iisiiii at Tj:n Doi.taus to Instito a livJ. II. Owsley, Cashier; Senator J. C. Lay, also of this county. Mr. Davison seems to think that no ing colt. AUojack, Uoicoe, at ii to Insure W M. Ilrlght, Teller As Casey had the last candidate, Taj KIWI). a living colt. man can get an office in this country, lor Is in of un embarrassing N. It. Dornt'V Golddust lira- produced a either for governor or county, unless position, somewhat class of comhlued liore that attract buy according to tho established BANK ers and hrln good price, regardleof panho is on tho Bethurum I rule of '"time about," but it must o ics. n am proud to tell you that the Of STANfUltl), KV. Will carry n I.irer wishing he will this jcar than eer stock of Furniture of all kinds Nfuroand wlllwll is undergoing a wreck ut present. understood that here's Capital Stock $100,000. Plows: The (Jllver Chllleil, Vulcan, auyhody empty honor. Surplus 515,750. One wheel is smashed, one horse dead, get the Silrer Steel and Chattanooga and points of all w.-Lemuel Godbey, who hus been at- kinds. Cultivator and Double Shovels, all Malta Attention of the public Is called to the fact that iMkVNiyj tho driver is on a drunk the whole tending a dental school at Louisville, male, the t In the world, farmers, call In and this is the only National Haul, iu Stanford. Unget auy tiling )ou want from a hiigy donn. der the provisions oi the National Hank Act thing will go to tho devil in November rJ ' and Davison and Bethurum will be to hus returned home. Frank Jones has debitors aie secured uot only by the capital stock, I). S. CAHI'KNTKII. ltdspectfully, STANfOlU), KY. but hy thu atoikholders' liability lor an amount moved Into his new residence on Wal tiualtu tho stock, so that deiNsltori of this lustltu. GJ blnmo. D. K. Totten. m All kinds of repdrlnij dose at roisonshle rjtes Hon are secured hr u fund ofS.1.U.ouii. i i,. ...r i Mrs. Mary Fogle la having her sUteiueutaof tho rondlllonol the Hank are made P. S. Wherever this paper is on nut. UpholstcrloK a specialty. Sttlsfictlon KUirasetnl M house painted. D. B. Goode, of Lex- CRITTENDEN each year to the United States tiurerniueut and Its exchange, pleoae copy. D. K. T. assota are examined at slated times by government ington, representing the Southern Inagents, thus Minting additional and perfect satet MAIUON. CHITTENDEN CO., KV tu deiiosltors. ' Hon. Pat Hagan has built a 33,000 vestment Co., was here recently. Judge 1 his Institution originally established as the De Awrxnrni posit lUnk of Stanford Iu ItlM, then reorganized as hotel on High Knobs, Stono Mountain, Tilford, of Liberty, visited Mr. Tuylor the National Hank of Stanlord Iu l&tf and again neur Norton, Vu. It is situated on the Sunday. Mrs. Theo Wesley left Tues- A Delightful Summer Resort. reorcaulzul as the first Nntlmml n ...I- ..f ci..i-....In 1MJ, has had practically an uninterrupted highest point between the Alleghanics day for Sparta, Toun., where she will for M years. It U lietter supplied now wlt' Ucllltles for transa.'tltitf business prnuiptly and and the Mississippi Vulley and from visit her mother. Clou to ltallroad: Double Dully Mall; Splenthan tser More In Its long aim honorable its windows guests can look into fivo did Music: Table carwr,.1V,0'!n,,.f. '"'iTlduals, Uduclarlea.tlriui Joseph RIchurdaon, tho famous and Individ lals Bolkltcd. For Terms, wrlto to States, Kentucky, Tennessee, North akinlllnt who built und lived In DIKKCTORS. , Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. TI1UKMAN &. COOK. Pitoiw., - Marlon, Ky f.JUeld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford the "spite house," live feet wide, left Partlea having Inventions thoy wlah to pro Harris, Miss Juno Dllario, of Moscow, Ohio, b. If. Haugliiuau, ' i' J. Uctahould procuro their latenta through out J.S. Iloiker, an eatato valued at nearer $.'10,000,000 ' agency. Inventor's Manual, a book containing K. L. rauner,.rtrClnnev. T.r. Hill, who has been in bed for four years V. ' coat of patent, modo ol procedure, etc.. and J.ll. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. A. Trlbble, than $20,000,000, as at llrat supposed. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. without apparent aliment and who has other Information, sent fur 3c. atamp. M, D.I.lmorc, btauford M. Oarllit of patents Minted, for which Inrgesunn FRANK J. REED. prayed incessantly for death, has at Of it he gives $50,000 to Rev. II. MRS. U. D.SIMPSON, Pror . orriciRx. of money nre orTered, sent with thpManusl.free. Warren absolutely. Tho rest goes Chlcaco. G. F. A., We find purchasers for patents procured I. S. Docker, President; J. J. Mcltoberts, Cashier last had her prayers answered. through our agency. Iiranch offlcea In all tnl to his 6on, who will be tho 1 A. A. McKtnuey.AsslstautCashler. : E. II. IIACOX, Bob McGregor, who fired his pistol principally principal cities and In all foreign countries. I. 1'. A., IxralaTlUe. richest man in America. in a campaign crowd at Princoton and THE WORLD'S PROCRESS, Who can think J. "W. Grimes, of Cleveland, who Wanted-- An or some simple O. J. Dxilkt, Manager, Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd killed old man, Arch Holland, was finIhlnit ... weighs 540 pounds, Is an expert bicyc- tablo. .Kvciytuinij .- IA 7 ed one cent and eosts at bis second PLUM BT CINCINNATI. O P.ll. Portcis w.Mhk vrES&tiRbffr WMXkrSSS: UK'et all trains. list. 89 trial. 9 sure to mention ( paftr. M.YHtiaton, O. Ufor thetr a1.au prtMOStr Ust r twi ltluo-Ur.ws two-week- 's Til Ml . ss NIAGARA FALLS. I Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry. s Poultry Yard. HoyloCo. The excursion season to tho North I run now supply tlio A wonl to the farmer. If you nuke money In with Frrwli opens this year with much promise. till ilnv and time urn iiiitstktflt UP with the limes Candy of many vurloth-- unit Mitnirlor oxci-lr with The Niagara Falls season will bo In lonry miT) tiny. I am mttUng It inysi'lf and keep thoroughbreds 'I licy imitiire a prutlt of more than Vl iierccnt. 'I In' arr iiKctiielit augurated with an excursion at rates mill ,'uiiriiutw satisfaction, r.ivo mo h cull. nl iiir jnnN l suih that i In re can lie no mix In J. A. bTKl'IIF.NMJN, Stanford. hived c Ku.iraiilet all vkb fertile when shlped. lower than have ever before been intidu W. II II. lied fit ((amis. Imn. scltlnttof 13 from all points on Q. Si C. Route, ' " 8" burlier lelrlimtnl I'll i iiiic " ' White Crested Illiiek follsh Thursday, July Sth. This excursion " " Itcllnp. Iiuiiottiil " " " Uf lllai.k will be run via Cincinnati, C. II. & D. HI Ji. tfniHMii Ti,nT wniwo blher Milium, ' " " l.i.e.1 Wjaudotte, '" Ry. to Toledo and Mich Cent, via DertJJ DllfDl UMi), llarnil fljmoulh IUkW, IKUl " i H) All breeds smiro alnire l" Int. troit to Niagara Fulls, tho world's wonSTANFORD, KY., CI'.VKI HltOS, I'HM.JuiutlonClly Ky. der. Special trains of the first chi&s Solo proprietor of Dean's Illnck Dlan.oud l'.oof coaches and Pullman sleepers will Paint. Cntlmjtes jurulshcd fur painting wo.l. leave Cincinnati at noon, July Sth, and metal and Iron nnif Satisfaction KUarantrt-All roofs tulnted with Dejii's i'alnt tickets front Q. & C. points will bo on warranted for) ears. DealerIllack lMuiti.mil I'uiuiw In CI. tern Iron filters. sale lor trains that umko tho connec andHalvanixclof .ill kinds. Ma'iaiiUvtlaml lllatk Iron ICooflnu if tion, good until July 14th to return. CANDY KITCHEN. J. T.Jones, l, "" -- ORE ROOM '.M DUROC HOGS te m FOE; .IV. K.E3STT 3psMV'SlHfe4U?-vC.rpsa3- - - P. WALTON. nsroorioE I J. T. SXJTTOWT, G EARN FIRE INSURANCE. ! "6 n-t- ori ner-iii)t- FHENIX OFBROOKI.VN. Van-devee- r, Kl.-- e Insurance Company, Insurance The ROYVI m Tornado Insurance-- Caledonian of Scotland. n R. B. MAHONY, Agt.. Protect Their Property Llplit-nlnj- C- Middlebiirg, Casey POWDER .... dr. w. BMBEE 5 b. Fiaranr. "BIG ST. 4: W. TRIBBIX, TOLEDOAND DETROIT Dentist, Stanford, Ky, PRICK, NOEL SON, Lun-har- a, DEALERS COKL, J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, Stanford, NEW AN Stanford; SHELBY, PIANOS Agricultural Implements, Junction Farmers Bank& Trust , Flrst-Cla- s 11 On-har- H M'KINNEY. NOTICE ton-orIa- UT Ml Pension Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, - -- reason-ahleiate- VU NOTICE bit-t2i- ii M0IMOIN1M0MOMII O Mmm MM0MOMMOM0IN1 rn m. DORSGYGGLDDUST 1 -- nt -- MOMBMMOIMOMIivil D. S. CARPENTER, cheaM-rtha- - band-wago- n. M0MM0M0IN1 A3M OMIrMoM mmrn k FIRSTNATIONAL 1 band-wago- OMM0M0M G0Mty MLV mm rn Ix-s- Jj H. D. PHILLIPS, Gu nand Look Sraith. MBIMM Xigm SPRINGS MM I PATENTS Patents Wanted. - exist-tnc- e PM 0NVMMg) MOMMOIN rail-lional- ru mm mm 0(M (M3M0MM0IM0 MM B1M0MMOINI0NI OKI OKI ma MO Mason Hotel .an caster, Kentucky. s. Idea lirst-clus- B01-30- -.- ...,Wcu bpia a u&4rea iavestioM nMfeUT