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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897062901 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. A A. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 21). XXVI. TRADE. 1897. NO. 35 FflRM-flN- VICINITY NEWS. Mrs. Maggie Scovill, wife of County Clerk C. N.Scovlll, died at London, after a long Illness. Tho North Jolllco Co. has made application for a reduction of its capital from $250,000 to $175,000. Jonathan S. Peaks has been appointed iHMtmastor ut Shirley, "Rockcastle county, vice E. MIze, resigned. Old man Worthington pardoned Nancy Clark, of Laurel, convicted of an attempt to conceal the birth of a child. Nleholasvillo suffered a $30,000 (lro Friday, tho Sparks block going up the second time In Haines with a number of stocks of goods. Win. Herudou, who is charged with the brutal murder of his wife in Whitley county, was arrested in Wisconsin. Kentucky officers have gone for him. Miss Sarah Cecil, who was sent to tho asylum from Danville, is trying to starve herself to death and at last accounts hud not tasted food for two weeks. The combination on the safe of the MATRIMONIAL Arch Roberts. 20, obtained license yesterday to marry Miss Kate Lutes, 11 at W, S. Thompson's July (1th. A New Jot'rey husband who put a snapping turtle in his wife's bed to provoke her to sue for a divorce, has been urrested on a charge of assault with Intent to kill. There will bo a double wedding at John Lay's when William Strat-to21. and Miss Sarah Lay, 17. and Jesse T. Lay, II), and Miss Maggie Stratton, 20, will be married. Week before last Mrs. Mary Robert son's husband had the stuffing mashed out of him by a scavenger's wagon. Last week she married another man and is now living happily on his pension at Washington. C. A. Hull, a prosperous Denver miner, le In Fayette county to marry Miss Julia Dooley, of Athens, whom ho had never seen previous to this, his first call on her. They began their correspondence through a mutual friend. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wlthorspoon, of to-da- y, ( o Wheat harvest Is on and this county At WwriMi, O., l,2tKpoimdr of wool lias produced tho largest crop for years sold lit 'JO to 'lie. John V. Flowut-- holtl to.lohn Woods both as to acreage and an abundant yield. u bunch of feeder nt !l.S0. Hev. William Harton, of Hoston, sold to Gcorjro Lojjuii. J. W. Atlums brother of Mrs. G. M. Patterson, of butcher huiIT at Ho. homo Osimui, In V. H. Kohl's stable, won tins place, preached two able sermons hero Sunday. at 8 to at Latonla Thiuwluy. Tlcki'ts are selling rapidly for tho W. II. Hrown sold at Lancaster contest Tuesday night and the fame of of calves at $11. a bunch Fifty Hollc Meado yearling bold In tho contestants promises to draw an unusually large audience. New York at an average of $270. Miss Carrie Land died near Huck-ey- o wild for A full brother to Ornament last week and after the corpse was sale. $10,000 ut a New York hore wanted to jjritft? on my farm dressed, the lightning struck the house Stock and rendered a sister unconscious for near Htutonvlllo. F. P. Hishop. a time. In tho same neighborhood a before-yoSee Jusao Doty, of CJurrard, tree was blown down, killing two coll your wheat. Hlgbora iirlce. bought of H. L. horses. Hurnirido& Lea veil Tho tax books for this yearshow2,812 1 heifers of ICclley a polls and $1,210,1)03 of taxable properat lit. John Ilrlght, a 40 to 1 shot, won the ty. Tho rate being (17jc on each $100 of taxable property, the tax due the Sensation Stakes at Iatoiila for State Is $22,2111.7(1 and tho amount due Wood m A: Lynn bought Saturday a tho county is $11,2111.3(1, beside the jk)11 car load of hogs at 2c and a load, of tax of $4,218. Those who have returned from the Iambi at le. Nashville Exosltlon are profuse in A great deal of wheat has been cut and both the quality and quantity uro their expressions in reference to the delightful tlmo they had and tho hosHaiti to bo good. s pitality of tho jK'ople. No sectional The Heeord nays that about of the usual crop of tobacco feeling was manifested in word or deed and all went merry as a marriage bell, will bo sot In Garrard. Pow telling of tho happy bonds of union .1. T. Hackley sold to nurdette ell, of HustonvUle, n bull call oi ills never to be broken. Deputy Sheriffs Arnold and HoblnAmerican Hornless breed for W0. son went in search of Frank Warren, Lokl won the Hotel Handicap at Latonla Saturday, defeating Hen Holiday colored, who Is wanted In Jessamine county for selling liquor unlawfully. and McClelland In the order named. livery stable owned by As they approached him In Logantown, The Shannon Capt. I). J. Tracy, the Lexington horse- ho took to his heels, when a shot from man, brought S10,f00 at a forced sale. Hobinson's pistol only Increased his speed and caused consternation in a G. A. Swlnebroad taught nt Lancae-te- r crowd of Ho Is still at yesterday a bunch of stock heifers large. 15 to Madison parties at 2!c. He told Your reference to tho drawlngof at He. In the Louisville Post Is kindly F. P. lllshop took a car load of cattle noted, but pistols will not bo Used, us and lambs to Cincinnati, Friday and tie people iiero know that the drawlrg fl to .'He for bulchcr cattle and :U)f got sent by Mr. Sutton was a true likeness, to fie for lambs. which was butchered at the office, and O. P. Huffman taught of Woods A- I am illsRwetl to deal gently with new, .Lynn 12 head of butcher cattle at 3 to paper aen. Hesldo that, there is not .'lie, some lambs at 3c and of J. H. much in looks, as good behavior Is Haughmau a few fat hogs at 3c. more desirable. Lucius Perkins sold to Hoblnson A: Henry Tcvis, colored, who was electMcCarley a bunch of lambs for present ed trustee of this school district, after delivery at. k:. A bunch of J0 averag- a heated contest, has been declared Ined S3 ounds and another bunch ". eligible to hold the office, SuperintendIKHinds. ent MoMurtry so ruling, according to Ornament, thu favorlt'e, won tho St. tho law, which provides, that trustees Louis Derby Saturday aud defeated shall be able to read and write, Tovls with case his rival, Typhoon, whocamo not talng lint, nuckvldere was second. Tho for tovoral able to do so. He has served terms and all wero sutlslled track was muddy and tho slow time of but conlllcting Interests suggested this 2:.il was hung up. scheme to oust him. In tho 1.1 stake races for tho fall Tho action of tho Haptlst Associameeting of the Louisville Driving nnd tion at Georgetown in declaring that Fair Association there arc 407 entries, no one engaged in tho manufacture or of tho largest nututar In tho history sale of intoxicating liquors should bo any racing association In the country. retained in church fellowship, is rathTho Advocato says that Tom Yeager er a dangerous proceeding, and a releft last week for Columbus, O., with markable one coming from tho source Tip Druce's string conioscil of Arthur It does. If liquor is such an evil that , 2:121, Correct, 2:21i, and Deck Milby Gambetta Divine Grace can not oven tolcruto Its ler, a green trotter manufacture, what will the church do Wilkes. with the man who drinks The farm near Walnut Hill" church, will not hold the gunsmith it? Justice resonslble Fayette county, containing about 300 and let the murderer go free. acres, and well Improved, was sold W. H. Jarvis, chairman of Indeat $7.2o. Capt. Sam S. Hrown wns pendent free turnpike faction,thehas isthe purchaser. Some years ago tills sued a call for a meeting to be hold In farm was bought by Mr. Todhunter at each school-hous- e In this county on the $125. tlrst Saturday night in It Is not positively determined, but delegates to meet at thoJuly, to apjoint e on very probable that Danville will this tho second Saturduy In July, to nomino fair. The association bus year have nate candidates for the various county been losing money steadily for yearf, offices. Some think that this move will and tho directors seem to think that It put out a strong ticket and a lively good would bo a good Idea to wait until d light will bo the result, giving another times return before but tho best informed do not think that Advocato. It will amount to anything and regard S.G. Hoyle, president of tho Ken- It as a tempest In a There Is a tucky Stock Farm, has put up $((,000 tendency to unite and harmonize among wlththe Ky. Trotting Horse Hrecdors' tho democrats and an Inclination to IgAssociation, of which $5,000 Is offered nore single and irrelevant Issues, of for tho trotters and $1,000 for tho pr.- - which this Is one. Among tho pros Tho trot cors, both for pective candidates on tho democratic ting stake has 55 entries and tho pac ticket, Deputy Sheriff W. L. Lawson Im' Htnko 21 entries, makinir all told 71) is favorably mentioned for sheriff, and, entries. being very popular and highly compeThere was everything on tho Lancas- tent he can win. ter market yesterday from a goat to a lamo mule, but there were few buyers Shelby City. Tho crowd and very llttlo was done. Hov. J. II. Pence, of Corbin, former-l- y was tho smallest for years. Of tho 150 of Rowland, preached at tho Moth-odlor more cattle only about 50 changed church Sunday. hands. A bunch of 700-l- b steers brought On Friday night next, the pupils of $1S.55; butcher stuff 2 to 2e, mountain Sunday School will holfers 2 to 2!c. Horses and mules wero glvo a children's day exorcises, after slow at any price. ( 1 yos-terdrty LET B1TCS JLLOHET Let drugs alone unless you really need them and then only Pure Drugs such ns are sold by particular nnd painstaking druggists. We Keep Only The Best. We can't nfford to carry a grain of any thing that isn't the best. Hemember these facts when the time comci for you to patronage a druggist. Patent medicines of known merit. Best perfumeries. Toilet Soap, the puio nn.l safe sort, Combs urusues ami uaoy Dottles. n, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. car-loa- d 1,1u0-muii- METAL ROOFING. LU ORIN G , yVlv Ol SIDING. s. A.CSIHfil CEILING, ZJ STANFORD, KY. three-fourth- tho money out. Mrs. R. C. Moore, of tho Red House section, in Madison, who bus been currying a butcher knife in her belt nnd threatening to destroy her family, has been adjudged hisuue. Mrs. W. D. Cnatt died suddenly at her homo ut Parksvillo Thursday night. She was a sister of Mr. C. S. Parks, the clever merchant of that town, and was a splendkl woman. Somerset Hanking Co. got out of fix lust week and it took Cashier R. G. Hull nearly two days to open It und get Parkland, celebrated the (50th anniversary of their marriage Sunday. They wero united ut Elkton, Todd county, June 27th, 1837, und their long und happy wedded life is a shining example inoposltion to the new query fntlinwt ' Gov. Atkinson, of West Virginia, was married to Mrs. Camden. He is the third Iu tun m NSS&S FINISH. - Farm and Yard Fencem rtirn mj-so- lf Little Margaret Ingram, daughter of Editor S. M. Boone, of the Somet-sReporter, died lost week. She wus a bright little thing and her parents n are almost over their ot heart-broke- los-j- . court-hous- three-cornere- tea-po- t. two-year-ol- st Rev. Ben Helm Is buekjjfroin Eflza bcthtown where he has held a meeting of several weeks' duration. He reports a splendid meeting but tlio number of professions and sanctltlcattous was not as great as ho had hoped and expected that It .vould be. A Missouri newspaper man say: "It takes a rattling good preacher to keep a congregation awake on a Juno Sunday. .The soothing Jrustle of the leaves, tho sleepy voice of the blue jay as ho calls to his mate from the shadow of tho apple tree, tho heavy fragrance of the llowers lloatlng In through tho open window, all combine to woo the tired listener Into a blissful disregard for tho burning words of tho pastor in this world, and a happy forgetfulncss of the terrors of the burning lake In tho world to come. Tho combination is too strong for tho eloquence of tho J. P. Long at Cottonburg, Madison county, A. A. Falkenburg at fatnei-towIn Russell, T. C. Witt at Kingston, Madison, Jesse Tuggle at Monti-cellLuclnda Sowoll at Oakley, Laurel county, were appointed jwstmastors. A dlsjMitoh tells of tho death In TexFETCHLE as of Bill Wilson, who 25 yenrs ago President. was given a llfo sentence at Danville for murder and who handcuffed and guarded by three men heavilji armed, lcucd through tho window of a rapidly moving train on the L. & N. and at once as if tho earth had opened and engulfed htm, successfully Elder John Carmichael preached the eluding his pursuers, for years dodged tkc aiuc-Qtukkro fuueral of a Mr. Nicely near town Sunmen who hunted him for the reward on TlioroiiglM Dure; Jersey &ED BOBS, his head and enjoyed his freedom until day. The valuable deposit of line clay His crime was the murder of death. My breeder were selected from the bet herds oi a eon of CupU Williamson, at Shelby which Dr. Lovell discovered near town of this fatuous breed of swine In several States A several years ago is attracting the atCity. splendid lot of )jrs of dltlerent agesforsale. Bred tention orMiddlesboro capitalists. sows a sjiecialtr. Satisfaction guaranteed. solicited. Address The next meeting of the W. C. T. U. RELIGIOUS. R. H. BRONAUGH. will bo held with Miss Lena Newcomb. SJaBBBSgfcj ' nl Orchard, Kj, Rev. C. II. Neal will preach at Mc New officers wero olected at tho recent Kendreo Wednesday night. meeting at Mrs. Hiram McKinnoy's. Four Mormon elders wero run out of The rock quarry belonging to Mr. Meridan, Miss., by a committee of USTOTXOiE I Jus. I. White near town is now In I can now aupply tlio people with Froth charge of tho Globe Contracting ComAll tersons deslrlnz Locust of ninny varieties Elder J. T. Sharrard was elected first pany of Cincinnati, which Is getting Candyevery duy. I am and superior excel- post aud rallliu or wire fence Posts for plank fence, lency making It myself wunt at mr store near Cedar can 11ml what they Creek, on the pike vice president of the Ky. Christian out 1,000 yards of stone for mo a cull. their works andguarunteoVntltfactlnn. GlvoStanford. leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also J. A. STEPHENSON, keep oa hand a supply of plank for feneltiit. All Missionary Convention. at Middlesboro. kinds of lumber forbnllditiJ purposes; also boards Rev. W. S. Grinstcad left .yesterday and shlneles. All persons desiring any article of Messrs. Noel, Robinson and several this klud my storo near Cedar to attend the Covington District Con- other gentlemen from Middlesboio Lincoln Co. Bonds. Creek. can call on me at U. W.MIXOLKTON. 3J ference at Cynthlana, after which he were here last week prospecting. Tho says he will spend u week or two In tte mineral wealth of our county Is beglc-nln- g The underslgne! committee will on D. S. woods communing witlwunturo and to attract attention. Geologists MONDAY, JULY 1897, resting from his labors. Hustonvllle, say It Is especially rich In clays of vae n, o, dls-apcar- cd man she has called husband, but death, not the divorce courts, relieved her of the other two. Oats and- Tho bride is under indictment for . forgery, but as she is worth $100,000 and as the governor will have the right to pardon her if convicted, ho ran no Always on Hand at c risk in taking her. Tho announcement of tho marriage M of Mrs. Lizzie Portman which we make on authority, : Orders at Special Prices. will surprise many of her friends as she has kept her own counsel well. At IB? high noon at her mother's residence on m III the 30th, she will become tho wife of Mr. U. R. Bright, circulttfclerk of Montgomery county, who is dee crlbed as a very excellent and popular gentleman. Mrs. MoAlIster is a Jmost lovely and pretty woman nnd the union must WILLIAM SHELTON, result in happiness to them both. She The Next Session Is a decided favorite of the writer, who sincerely hopes that her fondest dreams will be realized. For full Iniormation about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Address, MRS. NANNIE 3. SAUFLEY, LDr PuscirAL, Stanford, Ky. MT. VERNON. I -- Corn, Shipstuff, Hay, a,,, !V'h Car-Loa- gw Va 2iJiV AiVAy i mS Feed of Every Sort rrxm w Mc-AHst- iviAKifc;T JPRICE. d 5 J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. -- l THE STHNFORD f COLLEGG 7ill IBeginSeptercLber tin., as 1397. Cata-logu- e. Corred-pondenc- o m cltl-.zen- s. CANDY KITCHEN. Sale ia, CARPENTER, Money to loan on Improved city proerty or productive farms In Stanford and Liucolu county al Gjiercent , payable Also 1 wil furnish bonds for public or corporation otticlalst Miss Sallio Cook at Coro. Executors, Administrators or (iuardiansat reasonable I ates. Am ugent forfourof InMisses Blanche and Alma Stark, of If Sole iinir!otor of Dean's Hlack Diamond Hoof surance Companies doing businessthe lest Fire and In Kentucky solicit patronage of )roertv holders In Stanford. Livingston, nre visiting friends here. ralat. Ultimate jurnlshed for painting wood, Hates same metal and iron roofs. Satisfaction inaranlced All at other companies doing business here. 81.6m Miss Florenco Griffin, of Murotsburg, roots iaintisl nltti Dean's Hl.uk Diamond Taint WALLACE E. VAKNON, Agt. warranted for years. Dealer In Utt Cittern l'utii4 Is visiting friends near East atuKiuIvntiUfl Iron Kilters, (ia'.raulzed and llluck Mr. A. II. Sparks spent Sunduy with Iron Ilnonngofull kinds. U taken rooms at tho Miller House. Mr. Davis will continue in tho saddlery J- business. Three charming young ladles, Misses Florelle Brown, Berda WW Martin und Alza Brown, are visiting I 111 M In front of the Court-Housdoor In Stanford, ICy., sell publicly - Lincoln County Miss Ida May Adams is visiting II0111N of 6250 each, payable In 20 year-.- , with of paying In live, friends at Livingston. Mr. und Mrs. Wr privilegeInterest, payable bearing l cent. annually. B. J. Bethurum have gone to house- Iued under .section I,S57of Kv. Statutes. V. L. Damson, l keeping In their handsome new cot J. F. CoiMtj!, Commute tage. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Duvis have J. . Paxto.v, ) rious kinds. Will carry a larger stock of Furniture of all kinds this jear than ever beforeand will sell cheater tliau anybody Plowi- - The Oliver Chilled, Vulcan, Sliver Steel and Chattanooga nnd oluts of ull klndt. Cultivators and Double Shovels, all Malta make, the Utt in the world. Farmers, call In and get auy tlilpg jou want from a buggy down. Hespectfully, 1. S. CAIU'KXTEK. TO on T. Jones, U7 w QUOT UUlyl;! TDnvr UAH, S3HD3 UADE it, lllUH STANFORD, KV., Be-nsta- dt. 1-tf -'- preacher." Tho worse hallstormfiknown In tl o history of JKansas struck Topetai Thursday night. Stones weighing 12 to 1(1 ounces stripped Ihei trees of their foliage, smashcdwlndowpancs on every bund, including. .the finest plate-glus- s storo fronts, cut down telegraph and telephone!' wires, riddled awnings and inlllcted unprecedented damago . Dogs wero struck throughout In tho streets undJMnstautly killed. Horses wero knockedjto their knees, to rise again and dash away in mad llight. Runaways occurred throughout tho city. When tho fury of the storm had passed, dead birds wore found everywhere A heavy wind and terrltlc lightning accompanied tho storm. the-clty- his brother, Mr. W. J. Sparks. Mr. R. L. Joplln has returned to Wllmore after a pleasant visit home. Mrs. G. W. Cook, of Livingston, was tho guest of Judge and Mrs. Lair this week. Mrs. Georgia Rico is in Louisville. Mrs. Ed Wood visited friends In Livingston last week. Miss Emma Rickles has been engaged as an assistant in tho Insano Asylum ut Lexington at a good salary. Rev. McCombs and Miss Maggio of Livingston, have been visiting friends here,. Mr. McCombs Is un Sam-brook- D0RS6YG0LDDUST ' Rev. Boswell, of Mississippi, a at tho Lexington Kentucky Bible College, will begin a protracted meeting at tho Christian church, Monday night, July 5th. Quito a number of young people from here uttended tho children's day exercises at the Methodist church at More land Sunday night. After tho exorcises a nlc um was taken up for missions. Miss Sadlo Hawkins, of Corbin, is visiting her relatives, Misses Sue Calcapper. vert and Fannlo Hunn. Mrs. R. L The Topoka correspondents are send- - RoynoUls Is now with her daughter, 'Ing out a story to tho effect that tho Mrs. Sam Morris, of near Versailles. Tho Anchor Lino steamer City of hallatoneB which recently fell In that Gib Johnson has opened una flrst-- Rome arrived at New York from Glasso big that a local Ico comtown wore pany Bold thorn for 10 cents apleco. class barber'shop. in Hustonvlllo and gow after a thrilling oxpeiionoo with will treat you right. Glvo him a call. tiro on board ship. Next. etu-r.ont An attempt by tho whites to lynch u Negro at Key Wost, Fla., caused tho formation of a Negro inob and tho kill ing of an Innocent white mun. Tho town U virtually in tho hands of tho colored rabblo and tho mllltla has been rdcrcd but to prevent trouble. A detachment of 82 State troops from tho McCrcary Guards, of Frankfort, and tho Winchester company, under tho command of Col. Galther, wont to Franklin yesterday to act us a guard to Georgo Dinning, who killed a whlto which u collection for missions will bo taken up. s, excellent preacher. Elder Albert was met ut tho train hero by a number of his admirers as he returned Mrs. L. M. from tho Association. Scroggs has gone to Lexington for hor health. Mrs. Sam Ward was up from Livingston last week. Dr. Clark Is building a handsomo new residence at Brodhcad near the station. Mr. R. S. Martin, of Brodhead, passed through town: en route to tho mountains recently. Mrs. Geo. Griffin, who has been qulto 111, Is recovering. Miss Sallie Adams has returned to Garrard during vaoatiou. Bo-ru- m No. 52012, Producer of combined und Eastern horses that sell for good prices, will mako the present season at Ten Dot.UAKs to Insure a livAlso xa, 1897, ing colt. colt. jack, Koscoe, ut S5 to Insure MONDAY, u living F. HEID. N. II. Dorsoy Golddust hn.s produced a Between the hours of 12 m. 11 ml 4 i. M., at class of combined horses that attract buydoor In Stanford, Lincoln ers and bring good prices, regardless of panthe Court-Hou- se county, Ky., I will expose to the highest bid- ics. der for cash In hand, to pay thu county, Suite und school taxes for the years IMI, 1802, lf0:i, 1MM, tho following described property, or mi much thereof as may be necessary to pay to pay thu said taxes with all cosU and Interest. Cost on each list for adverMAIUON, CRITTENDEN CO., KV. tisement und lovy, 82, must be paid. O. Hniunu fcr ISO.', lot acres, Kings-vlll- e, 600 acres, ltoblnsou Land, A Delightful Rummer Resort. 527 ucres, Freeman Laud, school $53 35 taxes for 1801-- 2 Close to Kullroad; Double Dally Mall; SplenE. J. Hlchards, 40 acres near John Tydid Music; Table First-Clas- s. 1 85 ler's...! For Terms, write to 40 acres, Jacob Ottenhelmer, 1S02-3-- I, TI1UKMAN & COOK, Phoiis., - Marlon, Ky 140, 1,200 acres, John Turubull, Chandler, COO ucres, It.istlu Si Peter Collier, 04 acres, Wash Harris, Same for 1S03: 730 acres Ilraune, MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. 05 ucres Murphy, 40 acres Hlchards, 40 acres, Arthur Hros., 35 acres, x Ottenholm. Samu for ls9l: 452 m 450 ucres, ST acres, 00 acres, ucres, is Total tax... 75 70 35 acres, Otteuhclm. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd table. Everthing tlrat-clasPortera J. N. MENEFEE, 89 mset trans. Lincoln Co., Ky 32 Sheriff's Sale for Taxes. JULY CRITTENDEN SPRINGS Mason Hotel ,ancaster, Kenttyftfj d. I jfcfoM&,'i-M?ZJ- IML , J i 1 . TiiJ J1 t . V!P i " m fy-Tt- a irr- "fn ' 4 1"-,- I t"g-- u. ,. k,. j,, ntf"" r- & 'Wiii t - r. tw f bm mnnpaMiftiiwwfcy,1 m, ' UWftftjiiMtfMi rw tt ijf 3 a . 7 f y Huadsman Bkistow hail already decapitated 8,000 democratic fourth-clas- s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL postmasters and la working the guillotine eight hours every day In tho demoweek except the first. Stanford. Ky., June 29, 1897 crats helped tho victors to )xsltlon to get the spoils and they are getting them as fast as the axe can revolve. P. WALTON. W. - So-call- .1- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fo Aplate Cl'l; S. J. SHACKELFORD I " Circuit Judge, M C. SAVFLEY. - Com'lth Attorney, J. S. OWSLEY, Jr. " Repretcnlnlire, - .V. F. NORTH. " County Judge, J. E. LYNX. " County Clerk, - GEO. JJ. COOPER. " County Attorney, HARVEY HELM. " Circuit Clerk, J. F. HOLVAM. SAML. M. OWENS ' Sheriff GEO. II'. DEUORD. ' Jailer, -C. G. RAKER. ' Attrttor, - I r V ' " Coroner, Supt. &W. VM. LANDGRAF. GARLAND SINGLETON t . Senator Is mighty right, tho situation r, has changed. Ho was then an making any kind of promise to secure a vote, even to favoring free silver. He is now by virtue of traitorous democratic action U. S. Senator and the rapid promotion has turned his ' head, never too full of gray matter. But ho should remember that honest men keep their promises and that there is not only a day of reckoning hereafter, but hero for tho liar and the double dealer. Editor B. J. Newlon, of the Herald, who was one of the K. P. A. party, says the meeting just held was not a fair representation of the press of the State. A number of the leading papers were not represented at all, and many of those sending delegates chose outsiders to represent (?) them. He calls for a genuine and thorough reform in the matter. Some weekly papers had as many as four representatives when only entitled to one, thereby imposing on the association, the railroads and the communities that entertained the association. The body ought to purge itself of barnacles or disband entirely. oillee-seckeOw-ent- Col. W. S. Forrester, assistant adjutant general, who went to Washington to see how much Influence Gov. Bradley could exert with the administration, has returned and in an Interesting article published In his paper says among many other things that 4,tho Washington managers are not interested in Kentucky affairs and that Gov. Bradley's friends who call at the White House will bo treated as gentlemen and the hoboes will be treated to pie." The hoboes are the Deboes and the colonel proceeds to pour not only vials but hogsheads of vitrol on tho raeasley crew. He convicts Deboe 01 aupncuy in nrnniisini? him and the governor to recommend Gen. Collier for surveyor . . T ..t....t1ly r.iw1 Cll'iJ tllllt. ... j .. 01 tne fori ai iuiuswuu uu Senator from Kenwhen the tucky was confronted with his pic crust promises ho simply said that the situation had changed since then. The .--. The editor of the Frankfort Capital, N r The republican tariff managers are very hopeful of being able to complete the consideration of the tariff bill In the Senate by next Wednesday night, but the democratic leaders do not concede that there can be 60 early a conclusion. They say it will bo a week further on, but admit that a vote may If It be reached by Saturday night. were well to be done, 'twere well to be done quickly, but few except thoe who have no regard for the rights of others than trusts and combines will agree that it is well to be done at all. THE Scott county republicans instructed their delegates to the republican State convention to support fusion with the boltocratic candidate for appellate clerk that Mr. Watterson is tearing his shirt to have nominated. Thanks to the wisdom of certain democrats of the last Legislature, they will have to do so under separate devices and not under tho same, as they had hoped, till their plans were foiled. . r I S I ' . U Senator Pi.att remarked while Senator Pettlgrew, the free silver republican from South Dakota, was speaking on tho tariff Saturday, that ho appeared to bo a tariff man only In spots. This enraged the Dakotan so that blood clotted on his brain and he fell unablo to articulate and has similar fate. slnco been very 111. It Is a pity that tho protection grabbers do not suffer a The Blue Grass Blade will cut no more. The "old heathen" announces in a pathetic article that he has spent all he has on it and more besides, and is unablo to run longer without money. Tho death of buch a paper will not bo deplored. Its Influence was anything else but good and the sooner it and its caltpr is buried in oblivion the better for society. tors, who can shut up shop and take u rest, but Editor Dan E. O'Sullivan Is one of tho number. He announces that after eight years of unceasing toll he has decided to suspend the Critic till Sopiefnber, and hero's hoping that he will enjoy his vacation without let or hindrance. gold wero exA bond sale at this rate will ported. scon be in order. Labt week 84,800,000 in There bo few Indeed of us poor edi- THE Crash Suits Alpacca Contain fast black at II each. Fancy cidor Summer Coats, There Is necessarily a sameness about f to Hi Ilalbrfgan Shlrtsand Drawurs 45c Suit. Suporipr style Men's ll.tt.s nt 50c all such exhibitions, but tho visitor to Silk lined nnd wnnhnhlu Golf Caps at '25c Cotton made pant n pair. the Nashville Centennial will find some new features over both the World's Fair and the Atlanta Exposition. Compared with tho Chicago show, of course it is a rather dlmlnitlve affair, but It Is an improvement on Atlanta's and that Summer VcsM fie. Fino Bleached nnd Unbleached nt lOo, worth double the inon? ii praise enough. The Nashville ey. Light weight Skirt II. 'St. Lawns in fast colors 4J. New line of Ladles Helts grounds are naturally more beautiful in nil the popular shades 25c each. We aro making and tho buildings much more Imposing. In fact It Is a mlnature Word's Fair If she says and much resembles tho "Whlto City" will go before my wife and in many respects, tho buildings for she Is guilty of Improper conduct with says the most part being made out of the you, then I'll leave her, but If sho Chica- sho is innocent, then one of us must Of Wash Drexs Fabrics, Organdies', Dimities, Organdy Lawns, l'eminn Mulls, etc. same white material as thoso at go. While tho exhibits are principal-I- v die." Corley nccomjuiniud Curry to On our Ilnrgitln Counter now to close out. They must go. 'First come, first his Dross Goods were never known no from Tennessee and show tho won- his home, where In tho presence of CONFEDERATE VETERANS PARADE. of mine, forest, land wlfo Currv made accusations of Im" Two years ago In Louisville we saw UUlllll rimircG which Corley, as well other States and proper conduct, the seriate columns of the Grand Army and manufactory, ...1.. .i . .... . ....si.llttittl. s ..us. f....... .nvifiliut tiMilli flnnliwl.w...t. ....... ...,, wwuiwuh. some foreign countries u of the Republic, 100,000 strong, march whole exposition Curry then ordered Corley out of the with drums beating and banners Hy- exhibits nnd the the en-- , house, and as he roso from his chair ing, each man a pensioner on the boun- speaks volumes of praises for the ran- - Currv fired twice In oulck succession. . i., A clean sweep if prices will do it. All plain nnd Novelties up to 10c go nt '2hc j .i ,n.r,..in,s of ty of the government and begging for yard. idly growing city, which Is as beautiful Corley threw up his hands and cried: an increase. They were held together "Don't shoot any more: you've killed pen- as it Is enterprising. by pensions anJ a hope of more Wo havn't space, If It was necessary to me," and fell to the lloor dead. Curry sions and are able, many of them, to various features then fired three moro shots Into his live without toil, neither do they spin, expatiate fully on the show, which would bo prostrate form. The shooting was In while Solomon In all his glory was not of the great of Curry's wlfo and little large as the arrayed as some of them array. These creditable to a city twice as when she realized tho nwful Ever in this city. Ox Moods in Laco Shoes and Oxfords. Tnns, lllack, Ac, Don't double as child and men represented tho victors of the Nashville and a State I years ago wealthy as Tennessee. It must be seen deed, tied from the house with her forget it will always pay you to inspect our line before you buy. Kemumbcr wo' bloody conlllct that givo a he is wise who child in her amis, followed by her tried men's souls. Last week at Nash- to be appreciated and opportunity. The an- - j band, who carried In his hands tho the ville, tho vanquished marched again to see Homo smoking pistol. Curry gave himself under the stars and bars and to the mu- cients used to bo satisfiedwill stand in (up shot tly afterwards and was sent to sic of "Dixie" and other stirring airs, and die. The moderns see tho the Williamsburg jail by the coroner, they which over 30 years ago swelled their their own light unless had pronounced the case Oi a handsome piece of and valor. There Tennessee centennial audits Vanity after the jury SILVERWARE with every iSt Purchase. Cumv to breasts with pride 0" ol willful murder. It was proved eo u. less than 10,000 in line, Fair and live. were perhaps Jud"eJ. W. Alcorn was of Incalcu- - that ho had tried to borrow a pistol but every man was a hero in war and is Kentucky crowd, from soveral men to do the ileeu. curnow filling the full measure of honored lable assistance to the ry married Miss Ida Johnson, of Dancitizenship in peace. It was an affect- hi close connection with the railroad ville, several years ago and sho Is said for them ing sight to see these grizzled and gray company enabling him to get A. UK1UNSKY A CO , PRonmrroM. to have been a sweetheart of Corley old fellows, many of them hobbling on extra accommodations. InT. D. RAXKY, Makaokr. before the marriage. Curry was crutches or carrying empty sleeves. sanely jealous of her and she is said to Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lnwrenceburg, Pynthlana, Versailles EmiNo pensions or hope of pecuniary have lived In dread of her life, as ho nence, Georgetown, Elixnbcthlown, Frankfort, and MauckKrt, I mi. reward of any kind brought tho grand Coke, of Chicago, was often threatened to kill her. Curry Congressman old follows together. Their solo object found dead In his bed at Washington. was from Harrodsburg and although was to revive memories of the lost Irvine B. Dudley, a California man, reckless was considered a very clover KEEP YOLMl cause by meeting each other again be- will take "Qulnlno Jim" McKonzto's fellow. Ho was In business at Corbln. fore the final summons, which of neces- place as Minister to Peru. Corley was a very popular drummer, has having been president of their associasity must come soon to all of them, nnd The St. Louis talk of the Incidents of the terrible passed into the control of Mr. Joseph tion and was a widower. He was burcon H let in which they took so noble a Pulitzer, Mr. Charles Jones retiring. led at Lebanon, where his father lives. prrt. Thursday was the day set apart A petition from 103,000 Chicago citi- Curry's examining trial is set for tofor the parade and It was a grand one zens has been presented In the Senate morrow, :K)th. till the rain marred it to a considerable protesting against the proposed in Mrs. Curry says that her husband extent. Gen. John B. Gordon, one of crease in tax on beer. tried to get her to write a note to Corthe youngest and bravest of the ConFormer State Treasurer Bartlcy, of ley, asking him to come to see her. In Will buy a handsome three piece Bed Koom Sult, Iknl, Drcer nnd Wash Stand. federate generals, who had been re- Nebraska, convicted of embezzlement, order that he (Curry) might kill This suit will b3 laid down nt station in Kentucky upon receipt of above amount. elected commander over his protest, was sentenced to 20 years' Imprison- Corley and the note be found In rode at the head of tho column and so ment and fined $300,000. iocket. She nays Curry has fregreat wa tho ovation to him all along J. L. Waddle declines to make tho quently told her ho Intended to kill IV. the line that he was forced to keep his race for county judge of Pulaski coun- Corley on sight. hat In his hand and acknowledge in his ty. An effort Is being made to Induce Branch Storu at Huston ville, II. K. Camnit., Manager. matchlessly graceful way. One Ala- Judge W. II. Pettus to run. Little Rock, Ark , was visited by Its bama company had on their old uniIntroduced a bill ask- worst storm of tho season. Dr. Clardy has Considerforms, with their breeches shoved Into ing for SclOO for the relief of the Chris- able damage was done to property and their socks nnd with blanket and can- tian church at Henderson for damages several persons were Injured by Hying teen looked like they did, barring gray Infilcted by Federal soldiers during thu timbers. hairs and bended forms, when they war. The Turkish army in Eplrus has ocbared their breasts to battle for tho Miss Emellno Lapsley, formerly of cupied several positions overlooking cause they loved. Janlo Wash Institute, has announced Agrappa, thus threatening tho Grcok A majority of the old soldiers looked herself a candidate for school superin- retreat in the event of a resumption of like they had fared well blnco the sur- tendent ol Russell county, subject to hostilities. render, but many showed that the bat- the democratic party. An unlikely report at Washington Is tles for life had been fully as severe Although the Ohio democratic con- that Speaker Reed is thinking of nH with them as tho-- o of the civil war. vention does not meet until Wednes. pointlng the judiciary committee at the They were full of hope and confidence, day, half a dozen candidates for the present session to consider a bankhowever, and seem to enjoy to the full- gubernatorial nomination have already ruptcy bill. HN FIT est extent the pleasure of once more opened headquarters at Columbus. Claude C. Hoar, of Fredericksburg, marching under tho stars and bars to When asked about a statement that Ind.,died suddenly and when his will the Inspiring strains of martial music. President McKinloy is considering a was read It was found that he had left St God bless and keep the dear old fel- plan to purchase Cuba's freedom for a fortune to the sweetheart to whom were and still are the 8100,000,000, Mr. Hanna said that "the lows. They ho had been paying attention for eight (lower of the earth and each one of statement was not authoritative." years. them deserves to be crowned with laurBoies, of Iowa, has written Sunday was the hottest day ever els In life and to sleep beneath a monu- a letter proposing that the government known in Georgia. In AtlanUi the ment of Imperishable granite In death, accept all silver bullion offered at tho thermometer reached 104 degress. Ma-n- v erected to his deeds of valor and his mints, paying for it In paper, to be redeaths and urostratlons from heat patriotic disregard of privations and deemed in silver and gold at market were reported from various ioints in! HY sufferings for the cause so near to his value. nominees in Bath tho State. heart. All the democratic It is said that Japan bases Its opposiKentucky made a most creditable county have declared for free turntion to the annexation of Hawaii to the showing in tho parade. The Lincoln pikes. As tho republican candidates county contingent started out with Hy- aro similarly inclined, tho issue is United States on the ground that such ing colors and soldiery bearing, but the practically eliminated from the No- annexation is an interference with tho( treaty rights of tho Japanese governlong, hot march was too much for them vember contest. ment. They insist that thoy have no and they dropped out of lino before There are now on file in the Whlto designs on Hawaii. i Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, reaching tho quarter stretch. At the Tlni.a,. nil l.milinir l1mt:u t Illl'ntS KMt.OflU A St. Louis msn who died recently,1 lovo feast at the tabernacle Judge M. written applications for office. Most of' Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. C. Saufiey was called on for a short them are Indorsed by representatives left a will in which there was a bo-- ; Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se speech and he responded with pertl-- J or influential politicians. Some of quest of $1,000 to a young woman on, nence and eloquence. Indorsed by entire State dele-- . "scoro of gratitude," the document. them are reau, "because sno uecuneu to marry In tho parade was a largo number of iratlons. Including Senators beautifully bedecked carriugesand gaiThe proposed duty on borax is enor- mo and thereby enabled mo to spend . ly cnpart&oned horses containing tho mous. Tho four cents a pound propos- my last years happier." sponsors and other charming specimens ed by the Senate committee is said to The delegates to the of Southern beauty. They wero a lovely , bo equivalent to an ad valorem rate of Congress, the most prominent business sight to behold when they started, but 42." per cent., monstrous and prohibi- men of Central and South America, alus and alack the rain came and when tive. Rorax is universally used. Twen- representing tho great mercantile Inthey reached the end of the march they ty million pounds were used In tills terests of those countries, who uro Wo have addod a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selectod stock of General presented a spectacle of departed glory, country last year. now visiting tho principal cities in tho Merchandise and aro now prepared to with dresses ruined, bangs hanging iti John G. Carlisle arrived in this city West and South, will be In Louisvillo strands over their foreheads and tho Friday at noon, and although thu thercolor faded from cheek und bonnet. mometer stood at about SO all over tho Queen & Crescent $1.25 excursion to They stood tho storm though llku the city, Jio met with such a frost at tho thing you want from an ovory-dasuit to a wedding outfit. und only went to cover whe.11 dooot that he turned up his coat collar Cincinnati, Sunday, July 4th. The Any soldiers . Our stock of fri.int. y.nn will lirt ntw.n.' Pinou Tulnrwl tho parade wasjover. T und shivered. tiio man who oeirayeu e L"K00 antl Chester Park will bo .i..,n.,..iitln nartv last year was met Nashville wrote her name in letters offering splendid attractions, of gold and pictures of silver on the by no one, and walked alone, unhonor-- 1 l)en Tho round trip rato from Junction City hearts of the veterans and surprised tho ed to tho hotel, where even tho clerk Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queonswaro, &c was nover more complete , UttO. XVUJ OKUUt, V,,lJ ''-- "' J. world by the excellent manner in gave him only a cold nod as ho regis Rinearton, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. which sho took care of tho vast crowd tered. Louisville Dlspatcti. 1 A VISIT TO NASHVILLE. THE editor and his little family made a Hying visit to Nashville last week, almost In a literal sense. We were gone only two days and a half, but we managed to seo a great deal In that short time. By "Hying" wo do not Intend to convey the Idea that we went in tho much talked of air ship, but we almost Hew on tho wings of tho wind on an L. & N. train. Tho service on this excellent road Is superb. It runs a half doz.cn or more trains each way from Louisville dally and at such a speed and freedom from jolt or jostle thnt one nearly imagines ho Is Hying. Tho Knoxvllle trains make close connection with those on the Main line, where Heet double headers pull coaches on some stretches at the rate of a mile a minute. It only takes seven or eight hours to go to Nashville from here and with the low rates and many attractions, everybody should go who can before the great show closes In October. mng-nlticent drawn thither by tho two great attractions. At tho Confederate Hotel, erected solely for tho soldiers from 0 to i:i,000 of them wero fed each day and still there was an abundance loft. The material for the food was contributed by tho farmers of the vicinity who would gladly have given moro to add to the comfort of tho boys who fought for their homos and tho honor of their section. Tho city was In gala arrav. the colors of tho Confederacy largely predominating in tho display of bunting and tho pictures of Davis, Leo, Jackson Johnston and others of the II,-00- KILLING AT LANCASTER. MARION SEHAHSTIAN SHOT 1IY TO DEATH DEE TURNER. 23. Lancaster, Juno p. m. Mar- ion Sebastian was shot to death by Deo Turner on street a few minutes ago, tho result of an old feud. Jack 'Turner, an uncle, also figured In shooting, Sebastian shotsoveral times but missed. E. C. W. Turner Is under arrest. OnMeritWiDs! goods arc tho two qiinlltles rccogulcd by And In buslnesi low prices and nil buyers. Wind, blow, brng, bluster, unfounded claim", never yet bjillt up n bus incs Merit nnd lowest prices for tho best goods alono hold the trado for any houo Thnt Is why tho Louisvillo Store grows where others shrink. Look nt our proof bo low Every Hem wo present Is a money saver. Hrst-o'a! Immortal soldiers were displayed on TENNESSEE 'CENTENNIAL. ev- ery hand. JOHN CORLEY MURDERED. The killing of John W. Corley, tho drummer, by Dan L. Curry at Corbln, which took place a few days ago, sedus from the accounts to have been a most cowardly und premeditated murder. Mr. Corley. who was a high Mason, was attending tho MaonIe picnic at Corbln, with two ladles from London, was met by Curry, who accused him of writing notes and calling on his wife In his absence, and also of showing her too much attention on a recent trip to Danville. Corley bitterly denied any impropriety or Intention of It, when Curry said: "Wo well-know- n Men's Necessities Ladies' Necessities. ! A SPECIAL SALE 1 i- wiji -- 1 $l?oe5 arjd Oxfords, prc-en- co :t0-od- d hus-ombrac- es i Handsome Bronze ClooK, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. "politics" Post-Dispatc- h Eye On The Bulletin. $11.00 Cor-ley- 's W. WITHERS. STANFORD. SRECTACLES KCCURHTE I r TO SUIT EVERY EYE, GUHRKNTE6D. ' CRAIG HOOKER. Ex-Go- v. UDDGKCAKinG J. C. M'CLARY, Practioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Pan-Americ- an iciiiima y, to-nig- Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. i. ;T' Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, FAR R IS Y a HARDIN, i 4istLu&im jijj-ftyi.4- , .iA-- . 4 ...-- .. TVtT.r' bLfc. J.r j,. a LmU .Xf4A, A&k4. t t, s,. v? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL H. M. NEWLAND went to Lebanon J again Sunddy. . 1 , ik Mr. John Buchanan was a little better yesterday. Miss Stanford, Ky., -- June 29, 1897 DanvilleLJkll Hoot is at homo from for the vacation. MR. A. A. McKinnky, Jr., returned 13. C. Walton, JJusiniss Manaokii. to Montgomery, Ala., yesterday. Miss I'kakl Uurnsiije went to LebTin: best is ohenpcHt. That's" why anon yesterday to visit Miss Lucia Mcour paints, lead and ull uru cheapest. Afee. Penny's Dnitf Store. Mr. A. V. Cakpkntkk and son, George Cai'iwnter, and Mr. Josh Jones will join the Christian Endeavor ExPERSONALS. cursionists to San Francisco ItKV. Gko. O. Haknks and wife and Mil. II. J. McIloiu:itTH, who 1ms boon lck for Hevenil days, in out upaln. Miss Mario Barnes, together with the Mlt. AND MltS. I'r.YTON I'AUKOTT, of little organ, arrived yesterday and to e evanthe Lexington, arc quests of relatives hero. night at thu gelist will toll thu story of God Is Lovo J. II. Uauuhman attended thu Statu Millers' Association at Lexington last and Nothing Else, while he and Miss Mario will sing the songs that never week. Mlici: OwslkV has returned from thu fall to touch the heart. The services Cumberland University at Lebanon, will begin "at early candle light." All three are In line health and are looking Tenn. II. Chandlhii, Jit., representing well. J. Central University, is hure hunting for to-dn- it Shanks'. Fly paper and Fly Traps at Warren Ken- their accounts by July Ohelisk Hour Is tho best in tucky. J. C. Florence. ALL who owe mo are urged to pay 1, ns I am com- -' polled to have the money. Mr. A. A. McKinney. I Bring your prescriptions to us If you Miss Cook's Funeral. An exwant prompt and oilielent work. Craig ceedingly large concourse of friends ' gathered at Hustonvillo Friday nf tor- -' it Hockcr. noon elTortis being made to secure a pardon for Willie Hansford, the llttlo negro who was sent up for 10 years for attempting to rape Mary Brooks, tho well known character. a Clothing. i My stock U Another The Garrard county democrats, so court-hous- our business manager telegraphs, nominated yesterday Letcher Owsley for county attorney and Miss Eliza Lusk for superintendent. Others will be nominated July 8. OUR friends can now comu down on 24 and return on 23 and have sulllcient timo here to buy a bill of goods, take a shave or get a drink either of aqua pura or splritus frumen-ti- , as his taste dictates. it C. has put on a special rate Born to the wife of John L. Spcona-mor- ofSl.fwto Chattanooga straight from a boy. Junction City and for the round position. trip, good for seven days. This will I guarantee Obelisk Hour. Come glvo Josh T. Oatts, of Cairo, 111., spent tho people a chance to. visit the a few days with his sister, Mrs. John and nee. J. C. Florence. Nashville ExjKJsItlon and other points l. Davln. Ni:V shirt waist sets, links and bolts, at unheard of rates. Mits. Anna I). VanAksuali:, of Seo the window. Danks. , is vUlling Mrs. Harrodshnrg-Mr. I. M. Mihsks Mamii: and 1'hakl Wiiitk have returned from thu Nashville imQ. e, m m pupils. HOME NEWS, The II. J. roller mills thuru. Mlt. V. II. HlfiOlNH spent several days in bed as a result of his trip to the Nashville Exposition. Mil. En. Sta(i, who losta log In battle for the "lost cause," attended the reunion Mlt. McKoborts. OUR Mits. Mantua Chimes hits been very faction. Craig & Hooker. 111 with bronehial trouble, but Is slowFruit Jars and Jelly Glasses of all ly Improving. MllS. KlNA LaYTON and daughter. kinds at Warren & Shanks.' Miss Sue, of Cincinnati, are guests of Tin: soda water at Penny's is pure, the Misses Noel. cold and refreshing. Try It. Mits. John M. Hail and grand 0 A girl arrived at Mr. and daughter, Miss Lucy Hall, are at Crab Mrs. Harry Goer's yesterday morning. Orchard Springs. u Mil. II. T. Mattiniu.y wont to To reduce stock before invoicing I Sunday to bo head miller for thu will make very low pricos on m m Bruce received Death. trusses glvo the greatest satis a letter from his sister, Mrs. Salllo Mcltoborts, yesterday, telling him of the death of her mother and his only living aunt. Mrs. Lueinda Bruce S0-od- Graves, whose second husband was Ilaydon Mcltoborts. Sho was raised years old. hero and was d little Small Pay. Mr. J. II. Bright, who is back from a visit to his daughter, o Mrs. II. It. Mills, at Frenchburg, county, tolls us that his who Is a Methodist preacher, has four charges, Frenchburg, Salem, Union and Maytown and notwithstanding they are from 10 to 2.1 miles a part he very seldomly rides to them. He is a good walker and a the four churches pay only $100 it behooves him to economize. He gets about $100 from tho Methodist extension board, however, and with the money he gets from marriage ceremonies and the like, he manages to keep tho wolf fiom ho door. Men-cfcson-tn-la- Lol-niio- lumber and shingles for the next few davs. A. C. Sine. at Nashville. Tin: weather has been very pleasant for several days. Slight showers fell yesterday, but Tuesday will probably be fair and warm. i. Look OUT. Hayseeds and others at Lebanon were victimized by fakirs that convention. follow Hall's circus in sums ranging Mits. It. J. LYUS, who attended thu from J 10 to $200. HuU was arrested for burial of her slstei, Miss Kato Cook, permitting the shell game and short visited her sisters hero buforu returnchange fry to bo with him and gave Besides being a splendid woman in ing to Nashville. ball to the next court In 6200. many ways Mrs. Sandidge was a devout IlAKItY GlOYANNOLI, of the Danville member of tho Presbyterian church Advocate, was on Sunday's train reProf. Hardin Crakj, of the Male turning from a Tow days' stay at Crab and Female Academy, tells us that a and was one of Its most active members Orchard. Springs. class of boys will take tho Freshman before her health failed. Two llttlo 18 months and four years, of court e with him next session Instead of sons, aged St. Claihk IIcohks Camimikll, respectively, are left to feel tho want Itoek Castle Springs, and littlu Dorothy going to college. They will thus have Norwood, of Lexington, aro with Mr. tho advantage of homo for a year long of a mother's care and they with their father havo tho sympathy of all. After and Mrs. John S. Hughes. er and can then enter as Sophomores. an appropriate funeral service the re DanMiss Doha Hacuiiman went to How's Tins? Mr. Heuben Williams mains were laid to rest In tho family ville Friday to vLsit Mrs. Montio Fox, who a few days ago presented her hus- a has pear tree that has bloomed three burying ground near her late homo. times this season and has now on it a band with a bouncing lny. Sheriff T. Been There Missks Dom.ik Mcltoiinirrs and few pears from each series of its blos D. Newland tolls Before. seven pri us that the Fannie Shanks went up to Madison somings. The fruit of the first bloom soners he took to the penitentiary last Saturday afteriUM)n to bo present at the is about the sbe of a guinea egg, that week swelled the number thero to 1,2415 of the second about half as large, while Htittaln-IJiildwnuptials the largest over known. Hiram Ace tho third Is yet very small. JL'MAN UOUHNK, who has been In linger and John Campbell, who got live Huntington, V. Va., for the past two DOWN In Nashville tho other day, years each for house breaking, had both years, most of the time in school, is Thomas JetTersou Hntcher, who fought boon there before, the former having liero with his brother and sister. with Stonewall Jackson and knows been sent from Whitley tinder tho W. E. ItHOWN, of Lapeer, Mich., many of the surviving soldiers of tho name of James Sharp. Thero wore who is making the trip to the Nash- lost cnuse, took Georgo DoBord away several of the convicts who said that ville Exposition on his wheel, stopped off and tearfully told him: "I thought ,li(.j u'flU Vtt.i ttit.1 tt.t.t ..In f.i.t.w tlml WI40 . ..3 fl.O Willi. llllllllill; lilllV over a day with his old schoolmate, I knew all of those fellows, but I II nil I he wus there once and was known ns Hon. J. N. Saunders. don't know half of them." Davis. If tho hitter Is proven the life Mbsshs. James Mahkt and It. G. sentence will bo Imposed. Strange to Williams were the last of the editors A WOMAN preacher entertained a say ull of tho prisoners sent up this to get in. They were on Friday night's street audience Friday by scoring term wore for house breaking. Mr. train having been out nine days and President Mclvinloy, Mark Hanna, Nowland tells us that Frank Brooks, combines, trusts, iNcc, and lauding to enjoyed thu biggest of times. who got 21 years for killing John NovMiss Hattib Humi'HKKY, a Nelson tho Bkles Hon. W. J. Bryan and tho els, and Anothy Alcorn, who was sencounty beauty, returned with Miss An- causo ho represents. Shq gave hor tenced to hang for killing his father, nie Evans Bright from the Centennial uamo as Mrs. Rice and was accompan- but whoso sentence was afterward comied by her husband and two children. and is now her guest. Miss Frances muted to life imprisonment, have both Adams, who also wont to Nashville, is Tin: rads uro trying to keep tho col- been sent to Eddyvlllu on account of 111 with hor too, ored brother In line and in u good hu- health. Alcorn has consumption und MKSUAM1S J. S. AND T. A. KICK had mor by selecting a dozen or more of can't live long, so Mr. Newland wus Ina narrow escape a few ovenlngs since them as assistant county committee- formed. ip while driving across the railroad on men. Poor things; this la mighty cold Col. J. W. Guest, tho noted turfman Lancaster street. The- K. C. train, pie for them, but It Is thu best they'll which was backing up, camo vqry neat' get as long as they romain under tho of Danville, Is at tho Emery. "I have been In Louisville for 10 days," said catching thorn and they were soared lash rulo of the republican party. the colonel last night, "and I found of their wits. almost out The Union Sunday School picnic that the democrats uro going to wipe Mus. Martha Lackey returned with Mrs. W. I. Walton from Galla- will bo held In Tate'a woodland on the thu republicans olT the face of tho tin, Tenn., to visit hor and hor sister, Hustonvllto pike next rlday, begin- earth. The democratic ticket will win havAll in Boyle county and all over tho State." .Mrs. Mary J. Mlllor. Shu hua been ning at 0 o'clock.will bp.children not in tho Christian Cincinnati Enquirer. of marked attention over ing conveyance the recipient Thero were four murders in the city arrival, nearly all her friends, church, yard at that hour and they will slnco hor and tholr namu Is legion, having called bo conveyed thlthor. All good people of Louisville during tho past week und bring a basket of food will be during the past three months there on her, and sho Is enjoying her stay to who will welcome and are invited. have been 20. the fullest extent. . haudsoinu young lady from liowllng Green, In visiting Miss Mary Powell. Miss I'attii: McPiinitsoN went up to Richmond Saturday to attend the marriage of her cousin, Miss Baldwin. Miss Doha Stuauh, who has been In Tennessee for some time, returned with Miss Minnie Struub from Nashville. MKS. ItKV. W. S. Gkinstbad returned to Jessamine with her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Turner, and is her guest. Mks. II. V. GiVKNS and daughter, Miss Florence, of Lincoln, aru guests of L. It. Glvens' family. Ilarrodsburg Democnit. ItKV. C. K. I'OWlll.L, of Mlddloeboro, was thu guest of his fathc, Capt. It. F. 1'owell, on his return from the State II. C. KL'I'LKY has returned Taxes. Six percent, will bo added from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. It. to your town taxes if not paid on or by It. Ilourigan, In Marlon. Sqi'liu: L. IJ. Auam.s, who was a gal- July 1. Pay now before the jninalty Is lant Confederate, and Sid Adams have added. O. J. Newland, marshal. returned from Nashville. Telephone ioloa have been laid beMltS. SUSAN S.UtOKANT and Miss tween Turnersville and this place, and Suslu Laslcy went to Hopkiusvllle Sat- before many moons wax and wane we urday to visit the former's son. will be helloolng to all parts of the Miss Annik Eaki.k Koonts, a very country. Banquet. The Knights of Pythias The Danville Advocate of Wednes- day came lumbering in late Friday evening. It's a monstrous good paper though and we want it if it takes a month to get here. No one who visits Cincinnati nnd has thu timo should fall to go to the Zoological Gardens. It Is full ofYare beasts and birds and Is a delightfully cool place to while away a few hours. in m - Notice. W. J. Itomans Co., Lancaster, are closing out their largo stock of buggies, surrlc, phaetons and road vehicle line from them. t lodge will give a banquet at the St. Asaph Hotel Thursday night, July Sth, to which several lodges have been Invited and which will be elaborate in every detail. Tho wives and sweethearts of the members of the Order will bo present, and appropriate music dlscnscd lavishly. After Invocation by Rev. S. M. Logan, the following orators will rcsjHjnd to toasts; Mr. Clarence E. Tate presiding as toast master: "Welcome Address." Eld. Joseph Severance; 'Response,'' Hon. R. II. Tomlln-soof Lancaster: "Our Guests," Hon. Harvey Helm: "Friendship," B. H. Dunks, "Charity," Joe F. Waters; "Benevolence," W. II. Wearen; "OurPatt and Future," J. S. Owsley, Jr. n, During tho next fio tlayn. Prices will be Greatly Reduced. I will you old home place now occupied by Mr. ' and Mrs. J. W. Allen, after which the remains were taken to tho cemetery and consigned to mother earth by the A nmiiV. All Wool suit for 81.50. Come and .ee them whether von want to buy or not. side of tho kind father and devoted mother, who had preceded her to the fairer land above. Loving hands hud lined the grave with ferns and pink llowers, the latter being hor favorite color, and when the casket was lowered IQi k BH and the earth closed In, eyes that were & & not used to shedding tears dampened whllo tears fell copiously from those SS ? 9 Keep cool at homo by buylug a pretty Hummock who more freely give vent to their feelings. "Asleep In Jesus" was bcautt-sunRev. B. J. Pinkcrton spoke for u few moments and prayed, after which Til possibly the saddest assemblage that & ever gathered In the beautiful little fM 0r n "ncr one with fringe, bright colors und largo enough for two. Comu u Ciinetery on the hill was dismissed. 14? Flowers In profusion and of the rarest Kjjj varletyjwere placed on the grave, kind II.J and loving words of cheer and comfort S5, & DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. wcro sK)kon to the broken-hearte- d and brothers by those good West r.i End people, who are verily the salt of t the earth, and then the sad parting came. It was a pathetic scene and pity SEE OUR- tho heart that would not have been touched by it. The following young gentlemen acted us the on whlto und the honorary on blnck horses: J. II. Hooker, Juno Held, W. S. Drye, W. S. Huffman, Bledsoe Bailey, F. B. Twldwell, Sam Lusk, Rowan Saulloy, Walker Best and Largest Line of Implements in town. Sec us before buying:. Pinkcrton, Jones Baughman, Harry Baughman and Geo. D. Weatherford. Although a good portion of her Illness, Miss Cook never spoke of Known Before. Satisfaction Guaranteed. dying. That she was prepared to meet hor Master there is no doubt, but it was natural for her to look on the 4k bright side and seldomly did she spenk on serious subjects. Her sutrorings were intense almost beyond description but no murmur escaped her lips. She ..THOSE. was a woman of wonderful patience and fortitude and an extraordinary one In many ways. s-- to witness the last sad rites the burial of Miss Kate Cook, whose death was mentioned In our last issue. A touching sermon was preached at tho yet full of Omul Things and Choice Spring Pattern" THEY MIS1 r BE SOLI ll A CHILD'S SUIT FOR 50I5CTS. H. J. McROBERTS. TV m HAMMOCKS I g, i -- Fop One Dollar k TT"V W. B. MoROBEBTS. Hs-te- rs WS5lig?!g 'l?m -- pall-bearer- s, active-mounte- Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CKRRIHGES. HHRNESS. SC. cont-clou- s PRICES LOWER THAN EVER B. K. WEAR EDI SOV. m&immwMm&mtmmmmmz Cfiifdren's Wash Suits 61 m Sandidoe. Mrs. M. M. Sandidge wagons. Von can save from $5 to 2T by buying anything you want In the died at her home near Milledgeville Thursday night after a lingering Illness which begun with pleurisy, aged about .'50. She was a daughter of Thalas Wright, who moved from this county years ago to Missouri and was Mrs. Lena Liter, when sho married the man who is now bowed down with grief. in TURNPIKE ELECTION INVALID. In our issue of Tuesday last, wo stated on the assertion of numerous learn-yer- s that the turnpike election wci void nnd of no effect, because tho petl tlon was not noted of record at a regular term of the court, but received only four days prior to tho term of court ujwn which the election was ordered. The object of the law, for It has been decided to be tho law by the court of appeals, Judge Pryor rendering the opinion, that such petitions shull be filed at u regular term before the one ii)on which final action is taken, is to give the people u chance to examine the etltion and see if those asking the election are qualified voters and if there are any forgeries or other irregularities in tho matter. This Is a wise precaution and simply justice to those proiosed to bo taxed. Every lawyer, who has examined the question, pronounces the turnpike election Invalid, including P. M. McRoberts, Esq., who says that under the decisions in similar cases, thero can be no doubt of it. No one that we know of asserts otherwise but Squlro A. G. Faulkner, a justice of tho peuce, now In commission and a member of the present fiscal court of Lincoln county. Ho sent us a letter for our last Issue, which was withhold on account of our absence, in which he asserts that the election is valid and that tho whole business is an elTort to get the turnpike business out of poll- ties. As tho squlro has possibly not studied tho mutter as fully us the have, wo give instead of his opinion, the following from Justice Hines, who was a member of the constitutional convention from Franklin county, and who boat Judge Lindsay, now U. S. Senator, for the position: luw-yers ex-Chi- ef At 50c, 73c and arc ju.t tho thing for boys. Save work and worry of making. pler)$ ANo Linen, (Genuine hiyet) Suits, Home-Made) to make pants and suits at 25c. i i m fii fftv Sji Q5 CENTS. Try our 05 cents Oxfords for Ladles, lUncks and Tans. Umbrellas Recovered. Hon't throw your old Umbrella Frames away, but bring them to us ami have them 1 I NEW WASH GOODS On alo SATURDAY and MONDAY. art m SEVERANCE & SON. mmmmmmrmmmmmm& HiQft Locust Herd Reg. Poland ciunas. Headed toy U. S. MODEL,, rjO. Son of Klover's Model, No. Si),, l'J. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. IS.fi'JI, sou of the World's Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11.007. Pino toppy young lxars ready for service. A few show gilts old unougli t) breed, ami bred sows In everv respect, with a Miecfalty, for sale, Tills stock Is strictly tlrst-cla- ss Prices reasonable and .satisfaction guaranteed. Write vour wants r nedlL'rees. ,..wi see jiiv hoes. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pekin Duck A. K. HUNDLEY. Pox 11)5. Danville. Ky. Egs, SI for Kl. 38,353. ln to-la- y. The Ky., Juno 1, 1S!)7. R. C. WARREN Dear Sir I was de-- t lined at Lexington longer than I ex- Frankfort, Buckeye Churn re IWCttjrHHWN CD llf, pected, which is my excuse, for not Makes hard work easy. You can get more sooner answering your inquiry as to butter. You wash, salt and work the tho validity of tho election for free taking it out of tho churn. turnpikes in your county. I huve given tho matter careful consideration and You I am of the opinion that the election wus invalid. That tho petition should have been filed at a regular term of tho court and made a mutter of record, Is It will pay for itself in few weeks. Call and see it. conclusively settled In tho case cf vs. Smith, 17th Ky. L. R. IMS. Webb Will Sell One on 'kSv Freezer. & VKStr Trial. m Yours truly, Thomas II. Hines. In order to discuss the matter and rectify tho mistake would It not bo well to hold a mass meeting here next Saturday afternoon, say at o'clock, and do that which is best regardless of politics? The question is of deepest In the couninterest to every ty and it should be considered without political bias and with a desire only for tho greatest good. We voted against free turnpikes at tho lastolectlon, but in order that the will of the majority shall be carried out, wo may vote to free them next time. The people havo said they want free turnpikes and wo bow to their demand In true democratic spirit, but we wunt it done by legal methods after an election upon which there can be cast no shadow of a doubt. 1 tax-pay- er The Up-to-Da- te Requites lesslabor Most Complete and Convenient Freezer ever offered in Stanford less time and less ico than any freezer, only requiring fiom one to two minutes to We guarantee them to do all we claim and tlioy are sold on trial. freeze cream Very respectfully, Come and beo for yourself. Try one. HICCINS M'KINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, HIE MERCHANT -- TAILOR IsJ Receiving his- - GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him a Call: Guaranteed. Perfect Fit Goods Warranted and a ub i &i&ti&mkte.tS-- , if ffe.taOtWKwa'N.. jg hj.&u.'m-L'5-- " 4$$.wr.. -- ' J' 'iHl ' M 1 rl 1' . swJslsssssssssssssssssssissWff J ".T "1ii'l'l.i.lqWCIIIli,ll L" h . ,,! ii ,HH, ij l '"Tr "Tr" t fc Decker llros'. Flam, Lorn Brown, of Christian county, was Tho Itviunrka ami Opinion or t!i Small Haines Ilnn'. Pianos mashed to death by a falling tree. Hoy Neat Door. KllliiKtoii Piano, Wake-maII. II. Ilahlwlii Plauo. George D. Miller, aged (50, of I wisht nm wouldn't kips mo every o E'xa.'talloli.odT'iAoaia.yoia.sa.iX'rlAo.'v-Piano, c. O., committed suicide on his timo wiieu 8iio wants to fco If 1'vo been AT Rtoy Orptuis Hamilton Organs and othur smoking on tho sly. wife's grave. M'. Is Fust. To Fnjoy tin" Milliliter go to SV? I?lSli"V.KA.14 IX ADVVXCE Sunday school wouldn't bo so bad if F(uin (liH)d anil (let .M Prices llefore uu A Pennsylvania child which wad bit' 10 W. T. WlirfrM'rnli Orchard yon didn't have to go. I can lick every Htij. ten bv a rattlesnake swelled until Its OS- - When not so paid S2.:o will lie charged. kid in my elms 'copt one, and ho don't limbs burstctl. Ry. to Toledo and Mich Cent, via Decomo reg'lar. Frank Greuston committed suicide I don't know why when I rim nwny troit to Niagara Falls, the world's wonat Maysville, by throwing himsejf in from fcchool Inst week and full in tho der. Special trains of tho first class iT7 front of a train. river, nntl ma thought I was going to couches and Pullman sleepers will Walter Steele, an aeronaut, was kill- bo drowned and cried, then when I leave Cincinnati at noon, July Sth, and TIME GIfiD ed while making a balloon ascension at wasn't showent and licked mo harder 'u from Q. & C. points will bo on tickets Address for Term, A,e , anything. I visht I hud drowned Lynchburg, Va. Ain't it queer how it mast always wile for trains that make tho connecHayes to Will Sparks shot Arch KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. tion, good until July llth to return. GUS. H0FWCA1T2T, Fropriotor, death near Louisa, this State, as there-sui- t rains on Saturdays? 7:10 a. m. and 4 p. in Trains leave Stanford t If a feller's mother didn't toll him ho This is ono of tho most completely insof an old feud. returning at . 23 p. uKandU:W p. in. mustn't do eo many things ho wouldn't" ular trips known to the American pub 32 Crab Orchard, !C. While robbing a mill at Sprlngtleld, want to. BROOKLYN. KNOXViLLE DIVISION. and Niagara is visited by thousands lic Mo., one man was killed and another I don't liko to fight with girls. They of Americans every year. Tho present JOriag -- .12 37 p m Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry Ho. 84 Train going North scratch, nud anyway when you do lick 3 13 n in badly wounded by otllccrs. " No. 20 is an unusual ono and you llnylc Co. 1'oultry Yard. 12 (Up in " Smth. No, 25 " : Wood Lacy was held In $o00 bond at 'cm they always make you feel bo bad opportunity " " ,u, A wont to the farmer,. If you uiske money In your Q. & C. agent or No. 23 " Russellvlllo to answer for killing a Ne about it afterward. Tlwy hain't got uuy should see till day and time ou imit I, op up with Hie time Kor all Points. the undersigned for space at ear- and Veep thoroiiKhiuvdt. They mature earlier with sand 'copt one, fIio didn't scratch and Co., gro who Insulted Mrs. Lacy. .Vi ierrint a posslblo date. Tho rate from ol pmllt of mora thanthat there ran Thearr.ngriiiciit TICKETS SSOLO. THUO'.'OH eho walloped mo good. Gee, but sho's n liest Is? nn mix In our )ard Is such Win. Blerly, a gambler of Ports- dandyi THROUGH. UAROAOn CHECKED iaoa. Junction City will bo sM0.tl5.for the breed. Wo guarantee all egg fertile when shlp.cd mouth, O., fell dead when ho lost his For any luformatlou enquire ol I was good for a week once, nntl ma round trip. Chad. W. Zoll, D. P. A., II. 11. Itiil Fit (lame- Imp. setting ot IS V.tv, $'.'(nj ' M last dollar In a poker game. sho thought I was sick and givo mo a Fourth and Race Streets, Cincinnati. Snrhcr Oelehrated Fit (nine " JOE S. UICE, Agent, WhltoCreted HlaiJt Illh UM Stanford, Ky. There have been 40 suicides In Chi- doso of castor oil. And then I was sick, W. C. ' " ' IteilCap. Imported Ji50 Rineareon, gen'l pass'ragt., Cin- Mack Minorca, " " ii.w STANTOUP, KY. cago during the past month. Five of and I wa'u't good no more. William ' iH " " Silver l.ared Vandotte, QUEEN & CRESCENT. O. cinnati, Edgar Fisher in Truth. Farred Plymouth Hot I, them occurred in a single day. JIM A.O, La.muv. John. Caitlimax. All hrevdi mire aluve W points. Trains pass Junction City as follows: An immense new traction company, C. & O. EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC 4 02 p in CKAKI ltltOS., Proi .Junction City. Ky. No. HSoutU ...!! 57 a m No. 2 North Id the Good Old Day. 4 3 46 a m with a capital stock of $7,500,000, Is to ....1124 pm CITY AND CAPE MAY, N. J. No. 3 " ......1 30 p m 6 11 2.1am It was tho year 10000097 B. C. Tho No. 5 A WOIU) TO- ' 6 00 a in be organized shortly at St. Louis. 10 8 20 p m No. 9 Dally On Thursday, July Sth, tho Chesa Hon. J. H. Bible, United States dis editorial ofllco of Tho Palcozoio breath-leaNote Not. 5 and do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 Gazette. A reporter rushed in peake it Ohio railway will run an exOWNERS. INSURANCE COMPANY ro no further South than Junction city, uetiucr trict attorney for East Tennessee, was . cursion to Cape May and Atlantic City, Jo.they run Sundays. In bed nt Chattanooga. found dead Aruynu Insured J If not, why not? "Extra, extral" ho shouted. "I havo ll:- -" a. m. for FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. of ilwi'lllnH nud hnrn good n jour Ben Bradley, who killed his wife In just got a ecoopl Thrilling incidental" leaving Lexington at OF LIVERPOOL. $13 round trip, tickets good returning VIA GKOKUUTOWN. Tho city editor sprang up. Millersburg, with a poisoned apple, 12 days from date of sale. Tho excut A. M r. M. A. M. P. K. "What is it?" ho cried to life 2,00 Somerset, 35 315 I.Te,Jet. City. Ar 12 65 8 20 was sentencedBrooks, Imprisonment. ' "A battle Tho town has been in- sion train will run via Washington and " 1131 n the "Daddy" BERBEE & 630 450 Arr (Jeorgetown, Lt 9 35 505 vaded It's tho Ichthyosaurus, tho Philadelphia and arrive at tho Jersey Every year. Involving tins lo of million of ' 6 30 3 00 Lexington hotel man, has rented the ' Frankfort, 1153 720 MANAOF.ltS, elianopaurunes, tho zenglodous, tho o coast for dinner tho next afternoon. dollitW. Why nlmtilil jnu expect to eoiijx Hotel at Harrods-bur5 30 New Commercial 8 40 S 10 Arr I'aris o Through sleepers will be provided and tho brontoshcriunis. and from j ear to'jeur Daily except Sunday Commerce Building, Louisville. of life!" CD.BEKCAW.O. F A. every elTort made to make tho trip an Your Property May Sum The society ladles of Lexington who "What for? What's tho matter?" Agents Throughout the Smth. same rates acted as conductors on street cars there "They're hunting for tho man who enjoyable one. Tickets at vHlo.Frank-fort- , Within u enr. Mjtliln u month, within 24 Shelby can be purchased at hours. Why should ou e)-- c the Friday for sweet charity's sake cleared named them. " New York Journal. V7". of eiir ot 'honet toll to lo hy 873.40. Winchester, Mt. Sterling and u It In nil Millie lirewhich enii dctro Agent, While under the Inlluenco of hard ciother stations on tho C. it O. Send In hour ? Soliciting ii hlinre of our patroune Had IU Advantage. ltopectfullj Mr. Booce I saw a man get ran over your name for sleeping car berths. For der, Curtis Brendley, of Liberty, Ind., Kentucky. SrANFOKU, - - killed his sister Sarah, by striking her by tho trolley this afternoon, and I full information write to George W. JSSSE D. WEABX2T, hoard later that his leg had to bo taken Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. in the breast. off at tho knee. Isn't it awfnl? m General Agent, - - - - Stanford, Ky Jimmy Ossenton, tho Mrs. Booco Yea, I am corry for tho A Kansas Romance. Hero is a boy pardoned from the penitentiary by poor man, but if ho happens Gov. Bradley, Is again in jail at Ash- wifo she can keep him home to havo a Kansas story that is as good a a roat nights mance in violet binding: A man apland for theft. now by hiding his wooden leg. nnAi.nit in plied to a court to havo his Latest figures show that the 33 life "And still," said Mr. Booco to him-eoInsurance companies doing business in out in tho hall, as ho jammed his daughter adjudged insane and sent to KY. 8TANFOIU), PleasKentucky In 1890 made a gross profit of hand between his overcoat hIccvo and an asylum. On examination tho girl e tho lining, "and still they talk nbont suited that she was In love with a nice All kinds of repilrtrg at reitomhl rates $1,TJ9,104.01. FphoUterlag a specialty, S.lUf.ctloo giiarair! Marcus Daly denies that he has of- tho tender, impulsive heart of woman." young man, and her miners oujeei in Cincinnati Enquirer. getting her sent to an asylum was to fered 812o,000 for Galtce More, the prevent nor marriage, i no juuge s ni great Irish race horse. Nobody but an Not In It. for tho young man and after investigaidiot believed the story. Paderewski smiled as ho rtrock tho tion, decided the lovers wero not lunaAbsolutely Pure. son of James Slaugh- closing chord of a brilliant pchcrzo by The in High-Gr&d- e Celebrated for its great leavening strength and ter, of Louisville, seriously cut his faFertilizers and Goal. Handel. "Ob, dear, nor" he said. tics. He therctton married them fcesdthfulnos. Assures the food against alum and Kentucky court straightway and sent them home, Huitonvillo. fbroisof ladulteratlon so common in the cheap ther because he used abusive language "This speed is simply nothing. ail You Office on Oood Warranted a Heprveiitel. treads. pl or West Lincoln to the ought to seo me when I'm out on my assc'seing all the costs on the astonish-e- d Offen to the youth's mother and sister. Royal Uakino Powder Co., New York. Main rUreel.opiMwdto Klmon' Store, Caey counlir Full stoik of Cofflnsand Cask and father. ets alwayson hand. Polk Place, in the center of Nash- bike and ran into a tree. Sail over the Stanford, Kentucky. M D. rj. Carpenter. Manager. Handel bars? New York ville, the home of President James K, Mrs. Grace Davldo, of Now York, J. U TOTTF.N. riiLMMAK. Press. Polk, was sold for distribution among has opened In Lexington a "Shelter for & THUKOL'UHIIKKI) The NIOKELL MAGAZINE the heirs and brought only $13,000. It Seemed Impossible. Homeless Dogs and Cats." For vawants good reliable agents to can In a fight between Wesley Rich and "What kind of language was that grant dogs and cats small boys are paid ! vas for subscriptions A very Buck Teasley, rival merchants at yon wero talking to buby just now, one cent each. After a good feed tho good rate of cash commission will Tim mmt promamma?" said littlo Ethel. Corn and Uuy. ee given, or bicycle premiums if Blocton, Ala., the former was stamped line of all breed, "That's baby talk, my dear," replied animals are ensconced lu chloroform Order Office and Km! Kxchane, near the Itallroad attain tho greatpreferred All material and sam to death by tho boot heel of the other. tho mother. Cro.lng, IVjt htrttt, boxes. Their carcasbes arc Mild to soap est weight, fatten tple copies furnished free. Apply Sam Buckley was probably fatally - proceedu used to jmy "And did I ouco understand that, factories and the enlly at any age. vst once--. 11. Ulgglns'. wounded In the Frankfort penitentiary mamma?" Yonkcrs Statesman. Coal Yanl, Mill Mreet, lately J, Hour reaih- for the cxenscs of tho establishment. batlsfactlon guattntrel. mtvIco. Olltit and mimn already bred. Pig Nickell Magazine, by Sam Crabtree. because the former JWiM'oii Ettr of either mix, not akin. Questions and gave away the latter's plan to escape. Worn Off. promptly niiwered. 180 Summer Street, ! Try nertric Hitter Ban remedy for your trouhlen ? Tho baldhcadcd man stroked his pate. If not, K't a bottle now and Kt relief ThU mcd. Haifa dozen steel saws were found Boston, Muss J. V. & H. J. McEODEETS, SUafcrd. ieuillarly adapted to the on the "I was a football playcronce," Baid be, lino haalieeu found to concealed under a court-plastCrab Orchard now ha tho llnest exerting of Savfki. "I raised a lovely shock of hair just relief and cure of all female lucomplaint,trength anda artUt lu tho c. jntry lu the. I havo oHued n shop at tho forks of the gixlng back of Worden, the condemned wonderful, dlrett Influence who h'ainlles tliu n'Uor and lltistouvllle tone to theorvan. If you hare Iom of apKtlte, Folsora prison in for novelty's sake, you know. Now" coiillpatloli, headache, fainting i11 or a mrrotn, rnior In oxjKrt tjlo. Call on hltu when ou Mr. F. Hold's and Mllludgevlllu pikes,donear at and am prepared to all the buldheaded man stroked his pato IeepIiT,exiltaMe, melancholy or troubled with 7 styllh haircut kluiU of California. again "tho novelty 6eems to havo worn dlur elM Klectrlo llltten l the iiiedlrino you vaut a clean slinveor Each convict at the New Hampshire off. " Spare Moments. net!. Health and ttrengtli arc guaraniot! ny lit Blacksmithing and Woodwork, ii. OnlyftOceiita a Imttleat S. II. .MCllot.Tli' State prison is furnished with a Bible drug store. ! At the lowest prices mid In the best manner. m Incognito. and a dictionary and a Greek and Latin I will tnku all I gunrnuteu all my work. Tom He's somo furrin nobloman There i Nothing o Goal supplied those who ask textbooks are kinds of country jirtMluce, except fof horstj iucoguitio. 0U cents, cash. Please give : There i nothing juit ai kxI a. Dr. King' New i Ky. for them. Al K,nrdlan. AilmliiNtrators and such shoeing which Is mo a share of jour patronage, Dick What's that? Dlswery lor Coti.umptloii, Coughs and Cold, Clark Lewis was hung at Fayette-villMill you who have not mndu u settlement with the C, II. MAYiy. demand It and do not ktiiiII the dealer to Office on Lancaster street at Residence. Tom It's when a man changes lf some u'tltutu lie will not claim there Ii any- Lincoln County Court In tln lut two years Friday, and died singing. Ho into w'at ho ain't an expec's every thing lietter, but In order to male mure pruflt lie arc herebv not'ltlcd to como forward at once good. You against lx belonged to a gang that lived by mur- ono to know him thev as ho isn't. Boston may claim nomelhlng ele to lie Juit at yoli know and hettlo" or law! will W.procccdwl L. DAW.-Owant Dr. King a New S. acconllng to der and robbery and his death was a Herald. t to tio sife and reliable and guaranteed to do 20 Co. Judjje Lincoln Count Court. or money refunded. Kor cough cold ami all llttlng climax to the life he led. Surgeon the throat. chet and lungs there 1. The Cull und the Unite. OF STANFOIID, KY. The sherllTs were busy Friday. Jim Dr King'sNcw Dicoery. Irl nothliigsogixxla Dentist, HWHfTG "Did you call tho servant, John?" al little free at W 11. MIU,lierts drug store, lleg Williamson was hanged at Wharton, F&id np Capital, ulanlreMicaud SI. $200,000 00 sho asked Ky. Texas; James Pollard at St. Joseph, Surplus, 17,603 80 "Yes," ho nuswered simply. "Icould Colb'go Homo Is now ojm'ii for iHi'irdor. IhicUin's Arnica Salic. Mo.; Clark Lewis at Fayetteville, W. not raise her." Comu to Crah Orchanl. hreatho tho mounHy proTltlons of It charter, debitors are a Office aver Mclloherts' Drug Store In the Owsley Va. and Terrell Hudson at Decatur, for The nest minerFor what is life, nfter all, but n gamo sores, ulcers.alve In the world sore,cuts,, bruises- tain air and drink the fully protected as are drilior In National lUuks, HuIIdlug. tetter, chapsalt rheum, lerer Ga. of chanco? Detroit Journal. corns ami an sum eruimuui. al waters, Location IiIkIi. retired; grounds Its shareholders Mug held Individually liable to I.! liailiK, tlillliiaill. or no pay required. It Is ample, hhado abundant and very tilry Ta- thevxteut of the amount of their stock therein al It imsltlifly cures piles The Tennessee Central railroad was the par tjIuo thereof, in addition to tbeamount . & gujra.iuvu iogie ienicvsiiiiwv,iuii sale by . U. hiti supplied with the Inist of tho season. In stall shales, it may act as executor, aold In foreclosure to Jcre Baxter and Tho Lou f and .Short of It. Price 2J cenu per box. Kor Dally drlvo to tho various watering places trustee, Ac, as fully as an IikIItI.IusI. , Druggist. Proprietors free to guests. For p irtlculars. address associates, who will completo It from Tendering our trunks lo thuM who liate entrust. "Yon said you would not bo gono McitoU-rts:i.) Pror. int. tiTAPP. their trust they il do so, business to us,as wugiiarautevforwill continue long," to a LIVE RY, FEE D& SALE STABLE Nashville by way of Rockwood and camo said sho reproachfully, as ho TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. am! weolter prompt atin from tho "littlo gamo" at2:JJ0. tention to same our ) years' exierleiicu lu bankUarrimau to Kingston, Roane county, llronio Quinine Tablets All Take ing and as liberal accommodation asare consistent For Tenn. Ky. "Well," said ho weariedly, "I camo Druggists refund the money If ItA fall to Cure. (J. with sound banking. 11. MclSoherls, Cral; Indianapolis sale by W Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Hotker and John Moes, the Negro for whose back short nnyway." nixrcTOR. Turnouts, prom jit attention, very L. Feuny, GfflMOlM 0INI A ortiou o;I your tuttouage is protection a Mississippi Teaaaname rate Mi. J.J. Williams, II. Neruon; sheriir endeav- Journal. 18 W. ref poet fully aollclted Cummins, Prcachcmllle: Diparaosslaeotophouondiphonllplpo-ruzin- e ored in vain to procure troops, was taNo Problem at All. J. S Owsley, Hr., J. H. Owsley, oiAiio'I "II"VMM William (ioocb, S. II. Shauks, Is the name conferred by an In"A 'KODVJI ken from jail at Crystal Springs, Miss., "Why is it that romo women look so S. J. Kmbry, J. F. Cash, "VM'D choinlot upon a new compound ho dian oiupo J. i:. Lynn, A. W. Carnterj by a mob and hanged. He was suspect- ugly on tho bicycle?" J. N. Menefee. i;i:iu skviu m "BecnuHo they aro tho same women has discovered. ed of murder. WM orricxxs. S. H. Shanks. President: It is stated as a fact that Queen Vic- who look so ugly off tho bicycle." Hundred of thousands havo been Induced & J. II. Owsley, Cashier: CliainlHjrliilit'ii Cough Humody by readtoria In her whole reign of 00 years has Truth. to try W. M. Ilrlght, Teller It has done, for others, and having ing what not worn tho crown of England more Love on the Wheel. aro for tested its merits Ky. Box 44, than 20 times, and then only on occa"How did you And out that Charley Its warmest fi lend. For sale, hy Craig k tiaji hud 12 yoarVs practlco before all tho sions where the highest court etiquetto loved yon, Hooker, Druggists, Munfoni. ivj Clara?" Doim tmunts lu Washington City. y took a turn bio when wo wero out required her to do so. "I OF STANFOUD, KY. "For three years wo Lavoiiuverbecn withA Southwestern Kentucky editor got bicyclo riding. "Detroit Frco Press. out Chumborluln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Kemedy in tho house," ay A. II. Patmad with a theatrical company, beCapital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. ter, with K. O. Atklii k Co., liidlaiinMIU, How She Captured Hint. cause it wouldn't pay him a small bill, wife would as noon think of Attention ot ihe public Is railed to the fact that Laura I never had a beau till I got Ind.. "and niv Hour as a bottlu of this Itemo-d- y without and published that it was the rottenest mo a wheel. only National Ilauk In Stanford. this ItOUTE. OIKIINIS der Is theprovisions ot the National Hank UnIn tho summer season. Wo havo used It the Act on the road and thereupon the concern depositor are secured not only by the capital stock, Carrio Run him down? Town Top with all tlnoe of our children and It has Tlio licit I.llie toaud From but by the sto khoblers' liability lor an amount manager had hltn arrested for criminal ics. never failed to euro not simply stop pain, o equal tn the stock, so that depositors of this instituhut cure absolute!'. H Is all right, and libel. Ji-tion are secured by a fund of S.lo,oijo. KIto sworn who tries It will tlud It m." For sale by Oh. the ritjr of It! statements of the condition ol the Hank are mule AH Points In Michigan. , Mrs. George SwalTord, of St. Louis, Craig A. Hooker, Druggists, Stanford, Ivy. each year to the United States Oorernmcnt and IU assets are examined at stated times by government is an unusually bravo woman. She saw CHICAGO. agents, thus securing additional an J perfect salet n Mr. Isaac Homer, proprietor of tho a tramp carrying otf some of her mova ast to deposlton. - - f "White City Special." House, Htirton, W. a., and ono of tho This Institution originally established as Ihe Deble property and called a halt. The Ileat Terminal Station. most widely known men lu tho stato was posit Hank of Stanford In 1834, then reorganised aa cured of rheumatism after three years of the. National Hank ofStanlord In I8C3 andagaln scamp pulled his pistol, which Mrs. S. LOUIS. reorganised as the First Nalloual Hank of Stanford suffering. Ho says: I havo not aufllclent jerked out of his hand and with it AToldlng the Tunnel In lftsj, has had practically an uninterrupted existcommand of languago to convey any Idea of ence for a years. It is lietter supplied now will my physicians told mo that what I suffered, made him "git." Utilities tot transacting business promptly and libBOSTON. nothing could 1k Uouo for mo and my friends erally than ever before In Its long ami honorable The St. Louis express on the Wawere fullv convinced that nothing but death Wagner bleeping Cara. career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlrnii bash railway plunged through a trestle would rofiovo me of my suffering. In Juno, and Individuals solicited. lsfll, Mr. Evans, thou salesman for tho DIHICTOaS. at Missouri Qlty, Mo., carrying down YORK. Wheeling Drug Co., recommended Cliambor-liilJ. W. Hayden, Stanford l"1.'!' u,ncoln Co.; BcAt Parlor Can, Wagner Sleeplug Can, Frirat tho entire train with the exception of Puln Halm. At thU timo my foot and OfrVlO nB....JL--i S. T. Harris. S. II. Ilaunhman. Owapartmeal Can, Elegant Coaches and wero swollen to more than double their " limb J. S. Hocker, the rear car, a sleeping car. Tho gorge T.F. Hill. Can. K. L. Tanner, McKlnney. W. A. Trlhble, normal size und It seemed to mo my leg " had become a raging torrent because J.H. Colller.Crab OnhM; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. would burst, but soon after I began using of a tremendous downpour of rain, and Me ure your tickets read ria "I1IO KOUB" M, D,s,lmorc, Manford, tho Fain Ualtn tho swelling begau to deI I). II. ilAKTIN, Sadlo Ain't ho a bate? the structure weakened. Nine persons "A C.9. AloCOHMICK, crease, the pain to leave, and now I consider BIKINI Qsricaas. Ehdo You bet What a shame ha that I am entirely cured. For salo by Craig T(Mi0er Trado Mgr., Gen. Paai. A Tkt. Ajt. are known to bo dead and tho list may I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. MoRoberU, Cubltr OUfCINNATI, OHIO. A. A. McKlnnsy, AssUtaulCssUler. reach 25. wuwn't twins; then thero'd 'a bin an & Hocker, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. btuband apiece for us. Truth. n, l'l-ch- er THE INTERIORJOURNAL News Briefly Told YOUNG, BUT BRAINY. NIAGARA FALLS. Tho excursion sca.ou to tho North opens this year with much promise. Tho Niagara Falls eeason will bo Inaugurated with an excursion at rates lower than havo ever before been mado from all points on Q. & C. Route, Thursday, July Sth. , This excursion will be run via Cincinnati, C. II. Ar D. The Winter Of Your Discontent PIANOS AND ORGANS. .1111 (5..1 III ISMM" CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. FIRE piiiNcii FHHNIX OF Insurance Company, Illue-Gr- as 1 ;--! ad-dre- es Caledonian Insurance of Scotland. koundisd - R. B. MAHON Y, Agt., ROYAk C k PROPERTY Thou-nmu- U well-know- I Are Destroyed by Fire or Lightning I CaSTLEHM. oro-hippus- g. Tor-ribl- ks pPYAi nectt-niulutl- A. TKZBBZiX, lK-al HP H. D. PHILLIPS, J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wagons, ure Vehicles, lf Gun and Look Smith. do-- POWDER jr. t. suTTOwr, Undortnkor, e Agricultural Implements, hlsK-nlc- EARN MONEY. I Mm-m-m- l" ft SON, DEKLERS IN COHL, NOEL Kentuolcy. DUROC HOGS Stanford; - 'The NOTICE Dzt, w. b. pmnrsr, er I ton-Mirl- train-wrecke- r, -- 4smfr NOTICE Oentist, Stanford, PRICE, e, as-oc- his-8c- t. 1 A. Dln-oter- N. Farmers Bank&Tnist -- Si! Stanford, Summer Boarding. health-Klvlug SHELBY SHELBY, i"ri S JuncttonClty, INIOINIOIJOIMO MM t Tttst-Cla- s v GE0RGEJH. M'KINNEY. 0 MO mmm mm o h Pension Claim Agent, t Mm Stanford, them-elv- es to-da- y mmmMmMmwMm m "BIG ST. 4: oBavw Mm srMWMmM FIRSTNATIONALBANK fc r TOLEDOAND DETROIT any-on- cri 7j .t4iijftH kffel m Ilur-to- 4 0ttV E0IMg) IMOINIOLlINia 0A MOMOIINIOINI OMOlMOuO """ NEW n' Din-ta- g o . I O w.