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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897011201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL XXV MT. SAIEM, UHCOLN UOU11TY. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KV., TUESDAY, JANUARY LANCASTER. 12, IS!) .. NO. 80 nntiEY, CQHFIDENCE AMD SNAKES. Miss Katie Simpson The only New Ywu-'- fifttif any Imentertained portance In thin noiflihurliooil thut we friends on Saturday night. Miss Florence Harris entertained h liau" heard of, wu a 10 pound boy nuinbar of friends on Thursday night. to Arthur Illchurds. Morgan Hudson, one of the oldwst Tvfo Latter Day Salnta, culliiijf thmn- Mormon preachers, dropped into and best citizens of Garrard county, in sclus this community as if from tho sky, and ' quite ill. Dr. William Iliiirman, who bus buen should have been hustled oil" after the e mllned to his room for nunu time." is spirit of Hcighum You jr. .Married on Hie ."ith, Mr. i'lUw NVuIIh much better. Mrs. Walter Hwixluy will untertulu to Miss Lizzie Ityan, near South Fork. It was hinted that another couple was on Tuesday night in honor of .)iss to have stepiHjd out with them on the Mary Bruce, of Stanford. A musqueiNiilu party will be given mime errand, hut something prevented, outlay) by .iss Uuttio n i jmrhaps. bashfulnos-oil Ululimoml AYeutiu. town presents a gloomy uppcur-ano- e This Squire James A. Doty, president of and dull tlme.s prevail, business heintf almost paralyzed since the elec- the Klchmond and Lancaster Turntion of MeKlnley and something llhe a pike Company, tells mo that the road per cent on )anic has sol.ed us tdneo Xmas. Lttit declared a dividend of to dcscrilte the Hlttiatlon iK'tter I will Jan. 1. Mrs. Nancy Clark, aged 7.) yours, quote us follow h from that clever and died at hoc home about four miles from comical guntlcinun, Mr. II. II. Wade, our suburban nolghlor whom we think town on Sunday morning of pneuremains on the wife, however. He monia. The remains will be buried in (Monday) mijs: "The good times that were prom- Lancaster Comoiory ised when conlldence was restored has at .'J o'clock l'. m. J. H. Jennings, who has had much failed to come and a high tarilT they Hut the experience in the mercantile business, mij hay will till our pockets. tlnus are fast becoming worse. Mr. in this and other towns, will open, T. M. Slum has at last shut down shoes and gents' furnishing goods in a on the North side of the his mill, and three hands are More-roolift without employment. I did public square, Feb. 1st. and I The l.vrumoi: Jot'HNAl. had been pay for the t'ourier-Jounm- l but lustond l complimented more than usual of late, It heat Idtink. I'ttu-to- d now receive two a week and hope tlie on account of the ehnsticnient it m and then the old justly gave the Courier-Journafor fa- time will soon IjOiUKVutlu Courier mil jfo to keep jVorliiK a protective Uirln". This is the (mis. Palmer and Huckner company chief difference between the two imr- in "de woods, where the woodbine tlotf, and a surrender on this point r iiieuiio a feitiTundur in toto. "Tlie greattwim th and tlie whang doodle doth est giKMl to the greatest number," ii mourn." the motto of all true democrat and Tlie Cumberland Courier jjlvwn hwh.v protection Ui any cla.H Is purely a re pound money republican, publican doctrine. tin' now claiming so much credit who are A. It. Denny, It. II. llau-oitndlwiuu mill making so much ado over the Mjerri have been apiwinted by tho of the election, as follows: 't to confer with the i)!lleern c.mnti We hear m linioh about original of the turnpike roads, with a view to m md money rupubl leans tliHt It amuses buy Uie stock ami open the gates us. We were at the Louisville wuiven-- t travel. They meet ami ion of lM that nominated (low Brad- will consider any reaonal)le propoi-tiorley and as we nniember there were but No lloticloiis prices will be two men who were uneom prom lid ng in paid, but the roads will be bought at a tin Ir stand for a gold standard, a'td filr valuation, a vote having been tit e were I Ions. Walter Kans nnd taken to authorise the purchase. Thin .Iglin W. Yerkes, thoiijch .Iiid.' Holt is better than mob violence and, blnce fauir.-sound money mid tiev. Head-- the people want free turnpikes, lol Wing a candidate had but little to them try the cxtieriinout. saj However, (iov. Bradley made the Waiter ICanm and Erasmus Allen, lljzht for a single gold standard and t.vo young men, engaged in an airniy at against free coIiiuko and he was the on- Mt. Hebron church in the Hryantsvllle ly one of all the men sokeii of for the precinct on Sunday, :ird hist., In which presidency who was outspoken for h a stick left Its Impression 011 Allen's single gold standard; "there are oth-- no-- e and a pistol was exhibited. They rs" out more recent. Now brethren, were tried iwjfore Judge lturiiside on let's be honest: alnt the imi-- 1 of Us rel ftue.l ji'O and cot each. cent converts to a single gold stand- Tho trouble occurred hi the church ard? Haven't CJ rover and Carlisle yanl and created considerable ooufiis-iomade gold advocates of most of us? Politics brought it on. one limNot that, exactly, hut did we know our ing nccu.-c- d the other of selling out belief and had we proclaimed It uny- - when he voted the democratic ticket. wlure In tho United States until the Of coursy he didn't sell, but If he had Louisville convention of lfelt.? sold he was only paid to do right and there should be 110 further proecutlon. LOCAL. pro-tonti'd Grn.Koui). Mo., Jan. 7. - Enclosed find ! for another year's subscription for the Jot'K.VAi, that stays with the democracy, contrary to tlie McK'inley STANFORD FEMHLE COLLECS. WILLI I AW1 Mu-l- SrSELTON. Stnil?ntm an,l Mor ,1 Wl U. Natural Tiilin" ,S MlcifiNe. . President. Tlioro' In I.itln. ItitIc. Irenrli riwll.li mii, rt an.l S:ioftl.,i I .r faulou. Uli.Vu. 11 to-nig- ht ( ltob-iuso- 1 to-da- y , m eire l, for-m- n re-sa- lt fo.-fre- e to-da- v w. K 1 Siitui-iluyjim- u. annex wing, namely I A H. You will oberve my time for the .Joi'ltN'AL. expired on the 5th inst. I have been on a stand in my mind since then, as I could not think of getting along withTHE GREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL out the paper, whether to send you the THE SOUTH. cah or let you take the required Huic?ts: of cmsiutk holding fine positions. amount in confidence, but not IhIii recokke?.oeo by the leading business men of personally acquainted, and thinking C0UNIR' ''ADOei -MENTION COURSE WANTED. (mwGVEJovxmifoE. there may be others of your patrons paying you in that article, and that you were innslbly better supplied with conlldence than cash, I made up in mind to send you tho cash and bog pardon if I have made a mistake. JAMES NEWTON CRAJC. If this letter doesn't get too long. I The subject af this sketch is nearly Dining the year juit closed we have tried hard to serve you well will give you a short description of a the oldest man in point of years In and we I made. visit wife and Starting out on believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," the USth of December, wo took the 11 Stanford, as he is the very oldest lxnn is our motto and "Pair Dealing to All," our watchword. For your o'clock train at Guilford and In about in the city limits. He lirst saw tlie light in the Ilrst house east of the Pres- patronage in 1896 we are very thankful and promise you to do all in one hour we were in St. Joseph, then at L.'IS we boarded the train on the byterian church and has always made power to merit a continuance of it during the year just begun. Our main line of the K. C. In about two his birth place his home. His parents ock of hours we arrived at Napier, a station were William Craig and Elizabeth in Holt county. That was as far as we Mills and ho was born De.; "l lsin. Dry making him now in his 81th year. On cared to go by mil, for we were-theSHOES, &c , was never more complete and our prices are in correswithin three miles of nitr bov. Ilv the tlie 17th day of June. 1S30, he was marway, we were on a visit to oar son, J. j ried to Miss Nancy Hughes and they pondence with the hard times. C. Hocker. We here took a team and lived together till May 10, lbbl. 4."i arrived at Jell's in time for supper, years; when her labors ended and she fcayGct a s dinner fit the St. Asaph Hotel when you come when we were in luck, for he had went to her reward. Seven children were bDi-to them, three of whom are liv- o tow.i. Special dhner-- o court and p lblic days. butchered only a few day before and had a good lot of sau.sage on hand, con-- . ing: Wm. Craig, Mrs. J. E. Hruee . f siderably more than they have now, and Mrs. Julia Dunn. Ho also has 10 and live greatand the next day. IHh. we drove to living He has for some time u Oregon. That's the county seat of grandchildren. .i Holt county. I had not been there for made his home with his grand-so( Yaig. HO years. where every comfort Everything seemed strange Dr. W. N. a, well as ererybwly. Thenext day is aHorded his rapidly declining years. Shortly after his marriage he and we concluded to go afishing, so we his wife joined the Presbyterian 9 ij hunted up a couple of trammel nets and one drag net, a couple of skiftis and oil" church. In a few months he was elect ed deacon and soon an elder, which for Clear Lake we went. You may to thinks this bounds fishy, on the otllce he has filled for nearly (iO years, !' I .'Oth day of December, but it's a fact being the only surviving elder of th V all the same, for the weather was warm Northern church here. He has been . . enough fo.-- snakes to be out. We kill chairman of the board of trustees of I ed a very large black snake on the Stanford Academy since the cloe of M CfiSAll Farm V oiu. t t iken in exchange I i. : trip, besides catching a lin- - lot of llsh. the war. He was a merchant the greatffiV I thought of some of your Hustonville er portion of hia life and In his day V Originally a Nhnrods, Jim Goode and Dr. Rrown. sold lots of goods. 'jyj Whig, he joined the democrats when 11 for instance. A. H. McKinnoy, of II can give you some idea of that political organization became what Clear Lake in Holt county, Mo., deunct and has since voted the Is and its reputation as a lishing re- straight ticket. He hub several times been mayor of the town and in many sort. Well, this is getting too long or I ways been a Useful man to the community. His faculties have been remarkwould give you an idea of the we were told would come with con- ably well preserved until lately, when his hearing and seeing have become HY fidence icstored. Oh, rats ! We vjsited T. J. McKinnoy, of Holt greatly impaired. At present he is county and Mrs. It. A. Utt, of White recovering from a sjmjII of sickness and Cloud. Kansas, brother and sitor of A. promises soon to be out again and live 15. McKinney, of your county, and to round out a century of honorable existence. found both families well. W Mw". tS ilspfi i4h yxSfrrf&frJMfJJ'yrruwd' yimtf(M!Zfajadgffir(mity E (tyM?fiZWr ZfcttrityS?tei,j(. A WORD TO YOU ! Goods, 1 I Groceries, Hardware. Chinaware, first-clas- F'ARRIS ? & HARDIN, n j 1 I grand-childre- n -- I:7 iyjjV YSStgr'vSSftD; n, I ! Il 9QAL. i I Iks-g- i.i Buy your Coal now before it goes up, for the Winter. i ,TJI' f1 J. ;.. H. BAUGHMAN Mc-liniio- y, a CO. jiro-peri-- ty UNDERTAKING. C. Practical Trimmer, ISmfoalmer And KuneiHl Director J. MXLAHY, ir-.e c. D. Hock Kit. CHURCH CHRONICLES. MLXENIA. SOMEWHAT Mrs William l'owcll, dend M of Madison, is Waddle has bn'ii appointed past nt Hail. Tiilankl county. master tirceii Hell's Unit) in noy, burned, together with four hoiu. a lot of coin, hay, Ao. John '. lluitbiml, of Danville, has been preiiont at Sunday school 50- -' Sun day. out of a poslble60l. The sheriff of Rockcastle, who didn't liiiisottlciiiciil by Januitry 1, his get shown that this wan not his fault, and has settled and Into received his tpiiotus. U train dashed into a A K.N 1. mrrey lioar Nicholasvlllo. Mrs .To"n Huggins was perhaps fatally Injured. Her husband and daughter, Miss Uurie, were badly hurt. The Nctheriand Ihsuianru Co ,of New , York-- lias refused to pay the 1 1(5,000 policy taken out by ('. K. While, laic the Richmond Climax, mid biiit lias been instituted. Farmer William Divine, of Mercer county, rulurned to his homo Saturday afternoon to find that ills wife hndbeeuout raged uud murdered in his absence. J lor (lend body lay upon the floor wllh her two babies beside, it. There is no clue to (lie murderer. 1). T. Uhcsnut, one day lust week, traded W. H Hawkins four houses and lots and other property for a farm in Lincoln caunty and traded the farm to M. J IlolTimui, W illiamsburg, for property in n this place- and sonic other property. Enterprise. County Judge Rarnsido has appointed AH Denny, R. II. liaison and I. M. My era an advisory coinniitteo to wait upon the owners of the various turnpikes in Garrard, and ascertain what prico the roads can bo bought for, tho number of Remiles and their general condition cord. Amanda James, daughter of a Madison county fanner, was found in a resort in A Lexington in learful statu of mind months ago James shot and fatally few wounded Jacob Garrison, her lover, who was walking with her, and tho girl has never been herself since She is at present at the House of Mercy. 111 Sc of - Kvorylaaly regrets the lo-- s from this neighborhood of V. K. Tribble, who has moved to Fayette. He Is an 0x0111- plary young man in every sense of the WAVNESBUnC. word, exceedingly industrious and 1 Isaac Trow bridge Is very Jill at the know he has left the young ladies veej-inhome of S. McMuilen with grip. J. li. Itej nolds ivturiied to Ohio Wednesday Tho Dawson liros., Gentry Hro., J. accouianied by A. K. Singleton. The 1. ICiubry. Harve Helm and II. J. little son who was born to the wife of had a fox hunt of considerable George Foster on the Itli, together magnitude in this neighborhood Friw Ith hU fond mother, is dollar well day night. It was started on the ridge and gives promie of a. Jong life. T. near the Hanging Fork bridge on Mr. H. Singleton will leave inja fewdajs d Feland's farm and though ran by for Lebanon. O., to attend school. Miss dogs for several hours, it never left Anna Gonch and Luther Gooch are attending the Normal school at Eubank. tlie starting point over a mile. r.orn, Saturday night to the wife of It. E. Sorrel came down from Junction Benjamin liryan. a 12 pound boy, namCity to attend the funeral of his aged ed William Jennings Ilryan. lion is grand-fatheTho.aas Sorivl. just simply as proud as a peacock and We would regret to hear .of such beas blithe as a bee and says the younghavior at a decent dog light as there ster is the prettiest litte thing ho ever was at church here Sunday .night. Tho did see. George Eub.inks, for reasons young ..ion who care no more for thembest known to himself, says he now selves than to till up withj.whisky and looks upon ljen with no small degree go to the house of God Sabbath of envy and enmity. should not be allowed to associate with Mrs. Dr. Cicero Kubanks, of Padu-cadecent people. It looks to us like some is visiting the Jamily of J. V. boys care nothing for thenisolvcsor for Fiibanks. Tho box of presents that the feelings of relatives and friends-- , Cicero sent to the old folks and his n nor for the house of God. Such conat home was productive of great duct Is a to the neighborhood, happiness, while the knit of clothes he a scandal to the perpetrators and brings sent his brother, George, has to a consorrow to the relatives of those who siderable extent alleviated that gentletake part in such and should not be man's protracted suffering over the detolerated by the good citizens of the feat of the vicinity or tho members of Double N. Uradley free silverchanipion. G. is visiting his daughter, g. Mc-Hobe20-od- r, oii-th- e h, sis-ter- ce Springs church. Mrs. Ci. A. Uu banks. nu- A ciiiuful cauviiss among our subscribers, irrosjiuctivo of political belief, devel- Pretty girls are getting to be as Cor-bl- ops the fact that thu Stanford Intkiuoii JoUhNaljs thu most popular piper in the State among them as a home uud gunciul newspaper, Of couiso they are loyal to the Signal and would light for .it at the drop of the hat, but Mill they will cast their votu for the 1 J. when It comes to any paper published out sldo of Hoclicas tie- county and we see where they are right Mt. Vernon Signal Certain malicious newspap rs printing a story to tho cllect that a riseu county man has been buried band ofl5 year old whisky. Ko risen county man would he guilty of desecration Ho may occasionally his noso in whisky, but that's all.' Democrat. tiro merous in this neighborhood as they were ."0 years ago when Prof. Matthew Dawson Hughes and, others taught school at the .old house on the hill and when Linn Dawtion, Dave Logan, Abe Smith and I used o court everything in sight. Geewhilllkeiis! those were happy days and Kentucky was a democratic State then, too. Skktaw. Nuw There is DiM'tAcry for Consumption, Coughs uiul Culils, no yell nit ik'iuunil It ami Uu not eriiilt tho ilualer to wmioMi'jMltute. llo will not claim there Is any. tlilUK' IwtUT, but lit onlur to iiutu more prutit Iio may cl liui someltilii elu Id 1h) jttst us gooil, Vmi you know want Dr King' Xw Olson ery Ui-ausIt to lie s ifu and reliable and guarantum! to , t;ixkl or money refunded, l'or coughs, voids ami all of the throat, chest and lunt there is imihliik);ood as Dr. Kind's New licoery. Trial Iwttlo free at W. II. JtsHoberts drugstore. Hoj-ul- ar slro 5oo and SI, There i Xothing so Good nothing Just at KfcU Dr. Kins' 11 Jlar in a Hur such bury 1 Tlie Methodists will have a building and a literary and historical exhibit at tlie Tonness.ce Centennial Exposition. Ituv. Joseph Hopper, of Pcrryville, the evangelist is conducting a protracted mepling at th Presbyterian ehurci. Somerset Itoporter Eld, J. G. Livingston has been called lo tlie Goshen church for the 17th year and will preach as before, the 3d Saturday and Stiinl.iy in cacli month. Tho Lincoln oiiniy Itible Society will meet at the Vutlm li,t cliurelt Sunday night Pastor, are teipiostod to take no-- ' ' ticeofthis. J A Allen, president Hev HoraceG Day bus been pastor of the First Itaplist church at Schenectady f Y, 50 years and uppropiiate services were held Sunday in honor of the mini versary The cnibiido against tail ehmcli bon-- ' nets has been started in New York They are probably unable to see tho gymnastic exercises of tho Gotham clergyman from the rear pows The Chesapeake & Ohio opened a Men's Y. M C A. in their handsome ' new depot at Ashland, following tho sys-torn now in voguo at all of tho illusion endings of their lino The Kmiuher says that Rev G AV Per ryiuaii, of the 1st Baptist church of Newport, lias been called to the Fiist Baptist, of Cincinnati, and has accepted because it gives him a wider Held for usefulness. Rev. "William A. Borum has resigned the pastorate of the First Baptist c niich of Middlesboro and intends to dovoto his talents in the future to work of an evange-lissays tho Herald. Mr Borum is a rara avis in that ho accepts the New Methodist doctrino of entire sanctification. Francs J Murray,' of Washington, D C . committed suicido by taking morphine. Hisbodx was found at the Btp-liTheological Seminary, Louisville, where ho had been studying for the min istry About January 1 ho becarno skep tical and left the institution. Tho recent revivals of religion in resulted in about 230 conversions. When one leilects that there arc 1,750 white people In Harrods burg and that but 700 of these are over 21 years of age, it can be seen how thorough- -' ly the community has been aroused and what a largo element of tho population has determined upon a now and bolter life. Uarrodshurg Democrat, . Rail-roa- d 1 t, st H Alsocarryaniceiiiie-.i- i s ittl- - s HridKs KitRgy Horse Iil.iiikets. H'hius. iS:c Room opposite Court-Hnu- c Sqti'irr. St inlon' Kx Robes, LI PAPER 1 bt -f. FOR $2. ciated Press dispatches, pupplenicnted by correspondence from every Tho Increasing demand for a dally newspaper at a prlco which puts It v.lhln the read; of tvtry person in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee, !) cr mot bv has courty in Kentucky and fn. Lcti- uiio I'ost. nil com-psouthern Indiana; has a moon eally will special staff correspondent send t'jj L.ci!nr; Tor In Washington, and thor.., t 1: v evi- -j ough and reliable men at ytrr t ) "".'.' c lrcr", b Prunkfort. Full market in."!!, imstatje ra' 1, for 2. ri ports, choice miscellany, snort stories, womThe l.eT.:ns I'o't H the For the Hdll brl'thtcst ard Kst afteran's page, all tho sportEdition of the noon dally in tho South. ing news. Editorially tho strongest paper in tho It prints the full .Assolivening Post. . 1 THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. outh. Neatly printed on fine paper. Send for sample copy. Address THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches aud Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriiiian, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Kuoxville, Hot Springs H aud Ashcvillc: and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtnroe ' -Through Tourist Sleepers to 1,03 Angeles and and Shreveport jj San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, )?& via New Orleans or via Shreveport. .: Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati ts.x Free Parlor C-with ever' accommodation to patrons. ranor aau vuservu f "Stijf Cars L,exmgtou to Uiucinnau. caie, don Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. O. Blnearson, Chas.W.Zoll, or - ff iJ""iS Vj miS&L Viv. Post'r Agt., CincinruuU 0. 0.i'...ncinii. 0. This is tho best market and ours is tho best honiio to ship to. Wo mako liberal advances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In haying many largo factories to supply. Via get you tho top prlco and pay spot casU; no. trade-- No traveling agents. Snip all your wool and fitrm produce direct to HRRNDON-CARTE- R LOTJ1BVIIAE. KY. 110 Third Street, op 313 to 310 HurreU Court, WOOL. WOOL. GO. . i,4i A 4a ? - L' : m-- jt: Ii iiiiiMHyttlltifrin I I 'r11 ' ." i H IT is said that Gov. O'Forrall, of Vir-- I ginia, whom the democrats have hon- JOURNAL ' .......1 .... years, .....1 .......la Ik. ..to.. Ill Ilia ......... THE .o uiui niuuii uvjuuu uieu lui deserts, is not content with his efforts against the ticket in the late campaign, is Stanford. Ky., Jan. 12, iSg7 butthe using his otlicial position to build republican organization in the up State, which he doubtless hopes yet to lead. As tho'Now York Journal says: W. P. WALTON. The democratic party has been feeding a choice collection of vipers for severTub people of Bracken county wore al years past, and O'Forrall is one of anxious to boo a hanging that they the most conspicuous of the lot. broke down the high fence erected by Tub republican son of the late demothe sheriff and saw Robert Laughlin make the plunge through the trap. cratic candidate for the vice presidenThe crime of this fiend was extremely cy is luckier than his father. Ho has horrible. lie was caught by his wife just been elected to the Legislature in in the act of assaulting her littlo niece, Maine, while the old man sits in sorrow when he beized a poker and knocked and defeat cogitating over tho fact that her brains out. He then finished his it is sharper than a serpent's tooth to terrible night's work by killing tho have a thankless child, even if that girl and burning the house over their child occasionally gets there. bodies. In order to throw suspicion Tub reportei; of the court of appeals, from himself, he drew a knife across E. W. Hines, has been fired and C. C. his throat nnd told a fearful tale family, at- Turner elected In his stead, while B. had murdered the L. Gully, the son of a republican judge tempted to cut his throat and that he of the court, was made assistant tiphad escaped by the skin of his teeth. staff. The court has a majority for Blood houndH were put on tho trail free silver and It gave It to Hines in 'and they at once runhlmdown. Caught the neck for being too perniciously acdead to rights, ho confessed the butch- tive for the other side during the late ery and after barely escaping a mob, unpleasantness. was condemned to death. For safekeeping ho was brought to the CovingPOLITICflL. ton jail, where he and Scott Jackson William M. Farrington was nominated nnd Alonzo Walling became great friends and they wrote him very affec- by President Cleveland for postmaster at tionate letters the day before his exe- Memphis, Tenn. M. J Moss, of Pineville, has announced cution. Among the last things he said told him that when his candidacy for the republican nominawas that Jackson he found he could not escape the gal- tion for circuit judge. Senator John W. Ogilvie's condition is lows he would make a confcsslon.which for the such that he will probably not be ablo to would" save Walllng's neck Laughlin attend nn extra session. murder of Pearl Bryan. Jas. W. Moren, ex sherill of Laurel of fear on the gallows showed no signs nn.l went to his doom like a unite. His county, has announced his candidacy for neck was broknn in tho fall and the the otllce of county judgo candidates for the vaThere are d execution was an artistic success. rious offices in Casey county. The rads The editor of the Louisville Post, of that county are anxious foroflice The school fund of Kentucky has been who felt so proud last fall when his late enemies fawned on him and called credited with a bequest from Mrs Eliza3 him tho bully boy with the glass eye, beth Buford, of Lewis county, of because he went back on the demoHonolulu advises dated January 1, say cratic party, has at last awakened to David, is forced United Slates Minister Willis is very low the situation and like to exclaim "all men are liars and I and ins death is expected any moment am tho biggest fool of the lot." Says from pneumonia Gov llradley will recommend tho ere he: One imagined last fall when these republicans we're praising democrats alion of tho ofiice of State bank inspector, but it strikes us we have a sutllcient numfor their revolt against vicious might lead to im- ber of officers now. that praise Congressman E E. Settle sets at re-- t a itation, but what do we see? Quay more powerful than ever in Pennsyl- rumor by declaring that J. M Gill, of vania'; Piatt the undisputed boss of Lexington, and not Mr. Settle, Jr., is to New York politics; Addicks holding be his private secretary The Pacific Itailroad funding bill was the State of New Jersey up by the tall, strongest candidate voted on in the House yesterday and was and Madden, the for tho Senate In Illinois, succeeding probably defeated by 48 vytes. It proposes an extension of over a period of 80 Gen. Palmer. years of the f 112,000,000 indebtedness of Gov. Altoeld, of Illinois, sent his the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railadministration Into further Infamy by roads. In his spcecli at Chicago Mr Watterson pardoning In one batch, on the day of from the ofiice he should was generous enough to say: Millions of his retirement never have been entrusted with, 27 of patriotic men voted for McKinley who as mean a lot of murderers, thieves and are not protectionists, millions of patrid otic men voted for Ilryan who had no thugs as ever wore prison stripes. anarchist, who thought of striking nl the public order is an out and out wears the livery of democracy, the bet- or repudiating a dollar either of public or ter to serve the devil of that infamous private indebtedness The memory of General Jackson was .crowd, and tho fact that such a creature was permitted to dictate a plank never before so insulted as it was on tho of the democratic platform disgusted a 8th inst. Admiration of the hero of New republicans may great many honest democrats, who had Orleans from simon-pur- e to shut their eyes in accepting it, al- be easily and satisfactorily accounted for; ways, however, under protest. It is Xq but hon assistant republicans who didn't he hoped that no State, not even de- even havo tho courage to vote thol repubgenerate Illinois, will ever look upon lican ticket celebrate Old Hickory, somehis like again in otllce, or other place, thing is wrong Cincinnati Enquirer The editor of the Kanawha Patriot, pub except the State prison. lished at Charleston, V Va , admits ediA CLOSK friend of Dr. Hunter says torially that lie made a "political ass" of that the gum shoe statesman is pre- himself by running a sound money dempared to do a little dog in the manger ocratic paper, and add-- : "Wo are fully business if he can not be elected U. S. satisfied that even a dollar, if there Senator. Ho proposes to dictate the is such a thing, is better for the toiling nomination and election or he says masses titan an appreciated dollar that there shall be neither. We shall see, cannot be got for labor or trade," liowcvcr, whether ho is the biggest Col, E. II Galther, Kentucky's MaceO, man in the republican party or not. had another dream Tuesday, and so reGov. Bradley's hand hasn't lost its ported to tho governor; whereupon His cunning yet, nor has he ceased to be Excellency nllowed several troops to take his party's idol. Hunter will never bo a march to Mercer county If Col Gaith-c- r U. S. Senator. Mark that. dn't stop reading 10 cent novels lie will get the public against him The gov comTub Watterson club is making crnor is no doubt disgusted. -- Frankfort mendable efforts to get tho party to- Argus. gether in Louisville, but the Times, Tho Courier Journal's Frankfort correwhich is determined to keep the sores spondent draws this fearful picture: He as raw as possible, is moved to dissent says that tlte State's floating debt U nearer to tho opinion of tho members that two nnd a half than one and a half miltho way to harmonize is to harmonize, lions, and increasing daily; that the penal und adds: Likewise, the way for wa- nnd eleemosynary institutions are being ter and oil to mix is to mix; eradicate run wide open at both ends upon a loose certain ineradicable differences be- system of credit; that the appellate court tween them, and they will do the rest. is three or four years behind in its work TUB Carlisle Mercury was tf2 years and straggling yet further toward tho no help of old Jan. 1, and btlll goes right along rear tho procession, and that opinions and coining can reasonably bo expected from the legwinning golden islature, even should that extraordinary free silver, Editor G. R. Kellar has body be called in extraordinary session. grown gray in the service and has raised a boy to the business, who is provHEWSY NOTES. ing a chip from the old block, which is W. W. Degge, postmaster at Norfolk, tho sarao as saying that ho is making a Va , is a defaulter to the extent of 36,840. mighty good hand at tho wheel. In a duel at Memphis, Gus Homer was I MffilOR o how-tramp- s 20-od- $10,-S4- parti-practice- Alt-gol- fiO-ce- It O. Nunnelloy sold to E P Wood a A POSITIVEbunch of hogs at 2)c. Atlanfor P. P. Nuniielly leaves ta with n car load of cotten mules belonging to himself and S 11. Shanks. Shadeland Onward, valued at $30,000, died of pneumonia at Wabash, Ind He sired Online, 2:01, and 10 others with records better than 2:18 Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr , will ship to At 50 of as lino young mulos as lanta ever left tho county. He nnd Jesse C. Lynn will go with them At the sale of tho property of John I the Rrcate.--t Money Saving Moore of Bourbon, the farm of 00 iiTim All broken lines must be sold, afTordtn wanted for beating his wife into insensisold at 150. John O Montgomery, of Chances ever olTered. Look at this column. bility because she paid :5 for a bonnet. Cynthiann, was the purohaor. The white- man who killed old man S M Owons got nn average of i"2 50 Sumner and attempted to assault Miss for the mules ho took to I oluinbus, Ga Ga , was lynched. Sumner at Unadilla, -A Tamp.i, Flu , dipatch says a boy 10 Ho will go back to morrow with two car years old was killed in Guannbacon, by a loads of mules belonging to Dr. J. B Spanish patrol for refusing to shout for Owsley. A Ladies' Corsets. The supremo court o! Indiana has given Two Ladies' Vests. Spain Jockey Downey 15,000 damages against Taylor Brent, individual Five yards of Ribbon. Five yards of Unbleached CanFair Association, of Koko-ruof Coving of tho German National-HanDowney lost a leg in an accident ton, committeJ suicide by cuttiiu his Five yards of Apron Check ton Flannel. caused by a bad start throat In 181X5 18!) pacers were ndded to tho Gingham Five Pairs Good Heavy Cotton Mary Adams fell into a fire with her making a total of 7C5 in this list The moth- 2:15 Socks. baby in her arms at Paducah Five yards of wide Hleachcd or er is dead and tho child probably fatally In 1890 only 10 additions were made to This list in the list and in 1SS9 none Good, Heavy Undershirt for burned Brown Cotton. weighing 400 18S1) numbered only 40 William Hoverfordon, Men. During tho past season 1248 heats were pounds, and well known as thu largest One Lace Pillow Shams. Fan-ta- y Two Ladies' Heavy Vests. drummer on the road, died at Ports- trotted or paced in 2:10 or better leads the trotters and Ixttio Loraine mouth, O t e pacers, ench with 15 heats to their Len Lambert, a Jew storekeeper at knocked one of John Dayton's credit in or below 2:10. in races. For 49 Cents we will give you Iace Curtains. yards, or a good Clias B. Ecton sold Wednesday about eyes out because lie wouldn't pay for a Black, White or Grey Corset. 2,103 busholt of wheat, the crops of 1S95 shirt he had bought and ISfltl to P J Petra, of Mt. Sterling, Three Americans, who had been sen bo shipped from hero to Mt Sterling nt tenced to bo shot at Havann, but escaped to $1.01 on board tho cars Winchester have by swearingallegiance to Spain, Democrat. at Philadelphia of A T Cnrithers bought a a man who attended To escape arrest, mules in this vicinity Including four from a dogfight, which was raided at Patter Blankets, Comforts, Mens' and Boys' Clothing, J. S Owsley, Sr , for i3S5, two of J. N. son, N.J, jumped from a second story Menefee for 1(55, ouo of E. P. Wood 4 for window and was killed Ind , com- S115 and one ofS II. Baughman for f 10 George Collins of Orleans, They were very lino mitted suicide by throwing himself under sold yesR. O Warren, loaded wagon and letting the a heavily terday the W. II. Anderson Iioumi and lot wheels pass over his neck been discovered near on the Somerset pike to Harvey Helm for Another pit GO acres of tho Gordon Spratt GaunabBcoa, Cuba, filled with dead bo $1,700, are moro vie land on Dix River to J. F Voiicr for Eggs and Feathers taken at the highest market prices at the Louisdies. It is presumed they $7-0 and 40 acres near ( 'rab Orchard, beville Store. tims of Spanish brutality. longing t J. II Sowder. to B G. Gover A fonr.vear-olchild at Winchester, 75 . at O , found a half pint bottle of whisky and Eighty sheep were kept the past uncondrank most of it It soon became year nt thu Minnesota Experiment Stascious and died in a short while. other defendants tion on 10 acres of laud Those results Lady Scott and two 10 ncret in A; URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, in the libel suit brought by Earl KusmjI, were secured by sowing the different kinds of forage crops, maturing in London, were sentenc her T. D. RANEY, Manager. at different seasons, and pasturing tho cd to eight months' imprisonment sheep on these in sections, temporary conCrazed by lack of employment, a fences or hurdles being used Branch Stores: vict at Sing Sing threw himself from a Auctioneer W. P. Prowilt, who has below, and gallery to tho floor, 75 feet been selling stock on the streets of Rich- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, there was hardly enough left to bury. mond every court day since 18(30, tells tho "" At i dance near Owcnton, Ben Hninn-wlc- k Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthiown, Register that the horse and mulo trade and John Morgan had n dispute as and Franklort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. there lijst Monday wns the poorest he had to who should dance tho next set with a ever known There was absolutely no do certain girl. A fight followed in which demand for horses, and tho few- mules the latter was fatally shot that were s ld brought ridiculously low The grand jury at Henderson has in- prices dicted U. S Deputy Marshal Bullington A good crowd curie to town yesterday and John Ashby, of Owcnsboro, and John and there was considerable activity in the To think how many and varied are the artiBorn, of Henderson, for participation In cattle trade. Most of those on the marcles which are kept by an druggist ? recent attempts at mob violence ket wore sold, the best price being 3 riO. James Dully by namef William Morcland sold a bunch of S50 Brushes for the teeth, brushes for the hair, Another man, has been killed while engaged in the mild, pounders at 3jc Bntcherstull brought 2 brushes lor the bath, brushes for the hinds. harmless and innocent amusement of to 2jc. George Phelps bought a bunch of Sweet scented soaps, sweet scented essence.", blow prize fighting The fatal Knock-oA good second grade cattle at 2J to 3c, sweet scented powders for the wardrobe. Hot in this case wa3 dealt in New York. many mules changed hands nt ?50 o (110. Tom Coflee wa given 1 yours In Hart water bottles, bottles for b ibies and bottles of ctive Key, when county for shooting The Stanford spunks of D.in-medicine till you can't rest. If you'd learn le as "t'.ie little heaven on exrth" ami he tried to arrost his brother, John Cofmore about our variety you'd come here oftcn-efee, who had returned to tho State, after tho Advocate's cat whines back 'ones Come to see us. Pknnv's Dkug Stoku. being pardoned on condition that he capacity to judge is always broadened by lived contrast" Dry up children Neither of would stay away. Both formerly . . you havo room to brag in Russell county Lancster lie When Samuel Stubbs, treasurer of Cam- cord. 0 A Canadian magistrate has imposed a den, O ,died, his account wore found short and ids bondsmen had to put up fine of 14 13 upon a priouur for kiting a The 13 the money. While looking through the young woman against uor wi garret the other da his widow found a cents wns probably included to impress tea Keltic containing exnrliy that amount the offender that.kissing of that sort is tin and she turned it over to the bondsmen. lucky. The room in tho pension ofiice in which the inaugural ball or reception will be Financial Eeport of the City of Stanford. held is ',' feet long, WO feet wide The Make yourself happy during 1S97 by is lo0 apex of tho roof over this great hall Following Is tlio Yearly UejMirtof City Clerk . Surrounding the hall feet from the floor II. Wciiren to the City Council of Stanford fur llio Vttir Ktullii .lint, lbltC. are three galleries rising one above" the other, atlording splendid promenades, iti:ci:irrs; with a view of the main floor. The build S Caili on lianil JsintMr I, IS! 41 7:1 ing. floor and galleries, is expected to ac- Itfcelvvri from turnjilkt; illviilcaU St 00 ' ' License va m commodate 15,000 guests Tho State of ebraska loses 140,000 by the failure of tho Alma National Hank. Tho city council of Versailles has tho liquor license from JTSOtoSOOO. Fire destroyed the big leaf tobacco factory of the American Tobacco company nl Danville, Va Loss $150,000. Two of Milton Hooker's children died near Murray, this State, from eating canned fruit which was not sound. Nino boys, ranging in ago from nine to 12 years, confessed to committing a number of burgl.ii.es nt Lexington. Frank Martin, of Rushvllle, Ind . is -- - n . ?. to-da- y TEARING DOWH ! to-da- y OF PRICES J 25c Each. 25c Each. book-keep- er k o li-- t, Lex-ingto- n, 2i d Special Prices in Ladies' Cloaks, AND CHr-loa- d Ji 1 comm!-sloher- , l.t d CARPETS, MATTINGS OIL CLOTHS. THE LOUISVILLE . tl ST0RL. non-in-ln- - Did You Ever Stop all-rou- . ut A D.-t- - .Ioi-kna-i. vi r. ;3,-10- 1 Happy fa ! Year. Paying Cash For What You Buy. REMEMBER FfllYI RDflTftflOE ITEMS. Gohlsmtth Maid won in her day $210,-750. " " Kii.cn Tuxes " Miscellaneous :k oo :l,2IS hi 2 00 JU.SW 93 About half of tho hogs in Bell county ., Care of l'rlMXieni havo died of cholera. t Honded cotiun. a car- Wuteraml light L Boone Bros told in Cincinnati A Interest load of hogs ht3 35. one of tho sensational i:iectiom El Ilalne, 2:14, raurVr help n....i trotters of 1895, is. dead. Kxtra iKilloe Fifty nice 80 pound shoals for sale. Street Improvement Ottlccrt) Charles II Singleton, Crab Orchard trot- Miscellaneous Thomas II. Mulr, a Gull on liantl ting horse man of Fayette county, is dead. T. M. Boone sold in Cincinnati a carAS.SKTS. load of extra good butcher cattle at 3 to well-know- Kxn:swrui:i: .$ 112 40 201 00 1,9 W 0:1 We have the largest and best stock of goods "in our line" in Lincoln county and we arc at all times ready to open our heads in regard to prices. - M K A 1 00 'M Dora Hay, Butter, Eggs or moneg, Or most any old thing taken in exchange for goods. We are much obliged for your 1896 trade and awaiting your 1S97 commands, we are, Very Truly, Yours, 'j 00 vm VI UTS 31 h'J n 70 73 .TiS 63 S SOT, HIGG-IN- S & McKINNBY. Stanford. Ky 4c lS'.U tuxe-- In litigation 2it ft r it 1! of pld political hacks and wet killed and John Vaughau fatally injured. law has driven every The nurses met In Chicago, Jackson's Day, 10 of them. well worn cus- trust operating in Atlanta, from tho city. und went through their Owner can get it by Horse Found Tno C. & O earned $10,250,000 last tom of resolving that they are better paying expenses. Will of half n million over proving and than other people and a great deal bet- year, an increase Gates, Stanford 1893 ter than the democratic party. Tho At J. W. Erubry bought Wednesday of Jonesvillc, Wis , family troubles led unties of this "holier than thou" crowd Socrates Maupin 25 sheep at $2 u head -Herman would be amusing if they did not them- himself. Stimm to kill his wife, son and Richmond Climax so seriously. selves take things Burt Thompson, of Fayette county, was It is estimated that 2,500,000 bushels of being held west of Winnipeg, Tub Louisville Times is mean robbed in Lexington of $175 by means of wheat are higher prices. for Man , enough to say: '"The Post done a knock out drops. New York has abolished labor in the The Harrodsburg Democrat reports good thing,' solemnly asserts the graCommercial. penitentiaries in conformity to tiie de- sales of fivo mules nt $55 and two car: cious and ungrammatlcal loads of hogs ut 21 to 2 0. mands of free laborers. Have it went and died?" A LOT anti-trust " " " ISM O. P. Huffmon bought of Mrs. S. W 1HU3 vlcllii'iucnt list Givcns a small bunch of butcher stuff nt Tux iluu from 18U3 .'. " collector 2.15 trotting record has been broken 33 l'lro Deiurtinent Tho Interest In ern llouso times since 1820 and Budd Doblo drove Turnpike. Stock City Hull Iiiiillln Cash on hand Duo from lS'.Ki 4(33 CI 1110 Dealers in Hardware, Groceries and the like, U fefl 11 1,000 00 1,000.00 1,'jiki 00 Doors, Sash and Blinds, ia 00 :rJ3 fi'J 1,701 14 S10,5ft0 Ul Taiei I.IAIIIMT1KS. inclmliiiK uuioiiut I. A I. Co SJ,57U IK) Uomls oiitslamllUn' .''aw 00 Six months rent to Stanford W. Co. Not yet allowed l,Syo Of) Amount over and above; liabilities .1,313 0'' , Warrants ouUtunilliiK, due Stanford Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Eto. I will furnish a better quality of material at clo prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed one side all seasoned stock, lill For the year 1897 810,3i0 U Itesiicctfully Ilcported, Uto. 11. Wkake.n, City Clerk. A. C. - SINE, .-!Z - - Stanford, -- "- Ky. t 4- - fcj, KlHirN rf)ll lii rjjmrili j J'KV vgtfjjy.j . .j'jjujijtffe' - i5f .1 dui 'fry-'- ?. lw tTT V ii4.i-iwffi- n r ri ?' f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, K. ( Kv., Jan. 12, 1897 Walton, Ui'sinuss Maxaukic. to You hliDiild tako your proscriptions IVnuyV tit ti More wi prompt ami no cunite Kcrvlcc Is gtuniiiti'iil PERSONAL MENTIOH. Miss Many Vanoy ut Lebanon. Mil. A. T. T11AYI.OH Ih with friends Clnein-nutl wont to I'm-uy- Miss Maiiik Wauiikn is visiting n Lancaster. C. v. Jon'kh and son, Thurlow, are on their way to Atlanta with niuloa. I'. W. Cautkii, Jit., left for Louisville this morning to the Dan- tal College. Mils. W. f. ZANoNlland Dan Tray lor, of Lancaster, were tho guests of their sister, Mm. .looNovius. It. W. LiLLAHDis hero on a visit to relatives, after a successful tour of North and South Carolina for the Louisville Vinegar Works. His son, Ashlov, has been given this territory now, mid Mr. Lillard has Ihhm transferred to Arkansas and Louisiana. Ho Is u relntive of Mr. Hryiiu and is still red hot for ro-ont- er Wi! will sell you colTce from SI to Xl centH por pound. Warren & Shauks. Thk Quakers wore hero ngalu yesterday disposing of their cure-amedill Friday. , Mil. W. T. UuitiiAM, of waj hi ti Sattirdiiy. Cii:oi((ii: I'uki.I'H, of Madison, Ih the Kuost of Dr. (.'. Fowlur. I Kiiii:u It. (J. Haii of Somurut, sjient Sunday with hid wifu and boh Ik tv. MlSS LlX'Y 1'P.NNINfiTON, of C'rah Orchard, In the LtuuHt of Mis Hyttlo ItK,hi,atcr. LlTTI.K luiri Thk Carpenter Houhe was not put up yostorday for salu, but was rented prl- Tmyl.ir fbr$IOO I AM overstocked on overcoats and vnt0,J' t0 w- must sell thuin. Tho cash prices will Cyclone Hall, Itowiund, owned by surprise you. II. J. e.MRobartn. J. T. ICmbryaud S. W. Metiofeo, ws ""''1 t auction yesterday to T. J. Hene- To IMti.VTKiis. Wohavo (500 jHiumls diet for 512". of. brevier and nonparlol, which wo . Lv the county court will sell at 10c por pound weighed in vuhook was granted drug license... at the cases. ., , t 11.. !.'!.... ill - .. .'i;iiiiiiuy mill iiiu will UI 'V rs. Utile Yofll account at H. C. Itupley's is Hailey was admitted to probate. duo and ready for you and ho will great- Iv aimrociato an oarlv settlement.' OUH livery business is for sale. We are making money, but have more busiDon't put it otT. him. ness than we can attend to. Host equipAttention Is called to the notice by ped stable in the State. .V. S. & J. W. Commissioner It. C. Warren that he Haughmau. LOCRL MOTTC17S . , Aiuzona stove repairs at Higgins & will hear proof on the llth, against the "g " .". acceptance of the report hied by the McKlnuev's. pm " " u,wu since men receiver of the Kings Mountain Can- -' lwautiful weather has prevailed, yester-Clovkii and timothy seed atlllgglns ningCo. day anil Sunday being bright and pleas- c McKInnoy's. INTEIIIOII JOCR- - ant. "Fair, colder NkV DitESS.--Thand Tucs-NAThkiik will bo a call meeting of the has discarded Itu old clothes and day." council this morning appears in a new suit of LP. Squire Shanks'. Full lino of Canned Goods of all kinds, Dried Fruit, itec, at Warron & cines. 1 A FEW WORDS TO YOU. Wc solicit your Trade lor the year just begun, guaran teeing you UnocJ (jnods at the Lowest Prices 3 m&mmmmsmmmMi Cash Customers yilL-L1!- "ri yoatoi-duyJ.il- 1 I i i I ! a call. j,iyj:ash nouse iV.town Give us "? Thanking you Io7youYpatronagcand soliciting"a continuance, I?m cry Truly, (1 M I W. B. MoaOBERTg. ' I I ,,,'., '.,. ,, l' :i:?sta k NEW .IKIT iVJ Ki.sik Zl.MMHU, of i, been visiting Mary and Liz- zie I'orttnan. al Mihskh Annik Taylor and Cullio Ilorton niont ttuvcrul diiyn with Liim-uator- . Miss Mauy Uhuck, of Stanford, is ihijs with rolutlvui. tho jjiu'ht of Mm. Wultur llonzloy. Lanoastor Ituconl. S. MYP.ltH paHftud up to C'rah Mil. Orchard Friday night to tiond a fow J. H. (JltKint, Hsq., has moved hit family Into tho llockor projwrty on HuKtouilk Avunuo. MaIITHA MCAI.ISTKII and .loscphino Kvuin havu gouu to Florida for the wlntor. MlsdamksC. C With Kits avid (!oo. IVndhtou wont to t'orbln yustorduy to IhIi Mi-m- . Dot DitYKiri Mdlolting hoiu8 for K. I. FauU'oni'r'ri comhinatlon Mile ut l).inUU, .Jan. 1!8 and 2. S. ( . Laimcijy uud wlfo, of HarrcKlh-hurjMHnt hvvurul dtiyn with tho family of Hon. (i. A. Laukuy. Mils. SIM Woutham hart gone to oroin ti Ihj wan nor nluee, Mm. Joo Hardin, vho--- child Ih very 111. Miss Ki.i.kn Owslby returned from Hindcmon and IouIhvIUo Saturday and took tho ntago to LunciiMor. Mil. J. 1'. HaU.KY wont ovor to Lexington Friday to koo hin Uledboe, who Ih attondlng a hindnum collogo (. M. Smith. r, there. Missis .Iisnniic and Dovik to attend tho Iloilt-O- Oak-pknti.- k cuiiiu ovor from NIchohiHvillo Mile of tho OiiriHJntor . Miss Maiiy Noisi. wnt to Danvillo Siiturday, whoro who will join a party on a Southern trip Including Georgia . and Alabama. Miss Jknnik Wakhiin Ih recovering Ijout with the grip, in from a which ho got decidedly tho womu ol the encountor. ThkTIuiok sayri that Dr. .Initios V. Gtii-.-home on has liought a handi-oniWalnut Hills, Louisville, ami that his mother w 111 live with him. AlTl.lt trying Albany, Louisville jud ariims other towns, S. C. Hardin, has drifted back to Monticello. plaeo after all to him. tho Mit.s. Annis 1). VanAhsdam: and e t I'-- (., lx-s- t Miss Mny I'lummor, a very handsome lady, lnith of Ilarnxleburg, are V.stof Mrs. II. .1. McHolnirts. (.1 s. I. HaHDIN and family, their residence of many yenrs at the State capital, have rotJirnud to H.imxlxburg to 11 vo. Hurrodsburg DinuK'rat. Lot is Wai. has lnnight one of tho lle butcher shops at Ml. Sterling and ntoe( thither yesterday. Ho is an hotu-'-t- , elcvor follow and wo 1iohj ho will do well. Mils. Foiiiwits Itnii) and son, HoiJ ace, went to (llendale, p., In rosjuuiso to a dispatch stating that Miss Josephine Held, who attends college there, was quite ill. T. L. (.'Aiii'KNTKKand Juno Hold, of Hustouvllle, were hero yesterday with a dozen or more dogH on their way to Garrard to hjkmuI a week hunting with the Vessm. Walker, .1. D. Holdkkman in now "chief cook and bottle washer" of the electric light company at Lebanon. He has charge of everything from the books to the dynamo. Mil. W. F. Caiuikm., a llustonvlllo boy, but who has been with J. G. liill-Hp- s & Co., of Lebanon, for years,, has given up his iosItion and will go into business for himself in that little city. DKI'l'TY SUl'ltK.MK C'OMMANDKltS M. F. Ki.icin and Joe F. Waters go to Richmond this morning and thence to Versailles, Winchester and Frankfort in the Interest of the Knights of tho Maccabees of tho World. William VanI'klt, tho aged and several times widower, of this oity, leavcs.Uo-morrofor Indianapolis to joni uf-t- ir tim ., . ,,, John Ldmiston , the It' j...... lumber and shingles for sale. will not lit exactly the first time, but tvii,i buu niiiuuiiL ui 1IJB DHUI UlgC US pOSl- Ilt Cnib Orchard at ,thoU.,S II. J. Mcltolwrts. we will remedy this in a few issues. court nt Prttllkfort ,.l8t weok ,in( 'Mi Wanteik 100 bushols of clover r...L..u. uuv.uw...u,.iutuiuurc oe.g,01lsu for ombezzlement was continued seed. H. IC. Wearon ..oj.u.oua.m.na.evweoKsyou Son. "' till the June term, know your old favorite. ., , , TllKltE are .11 matriculants in tho THE statement of tho iinancial conBank STOCK.-- W. A. Hall executor (lltIon of tho town) ,mh,lsllC(1 ln this Law Department of Centre College. ,.f . .... .... . a.., um u. tu Don't fail to see the KllTel Tower In hestockof the armors Bank :&1 rust. issue, Hhows it to be almost irredeema- ,n llellt. The 1IabI1Itl0B ,ire S10 Soap in Warren & Shanks' front win Co., of Stanford, at auction but dls- - bIy mM wlth nominal as,etslthe dow. but a glance at the latter di!clo?es that Mutlnda Hejiples ltought lf shares, l'L'HH blood barred I My mouth Hock 'Minio ,lf them nro entirely.' worthless . ,, , roosters for sale at ."0o each. William Mrs. hiiau I'ortmanelght, Mrs. Mary nnil- lrthl,PM wm.f)l ,0-- - , Mlllll It , w. a.. lUllllll il Vau '.nil six, J. M Alvoi-sotwo and their face. It will Severance. take some Nepol- It. L. l'ortertwo eonic llnanceerlng to keep us out of a Tint property on Lancaster street ocole, Bio Time. Dr. J. G. CariHjnter tells vuri' cupied by J. F. Cummins for ront. 1. us that he had a big time at the meetI. Nunuolley. The Ij. k, N. now requires that ticking of the Southeastern Kentucky ets must be used tho same day they are STOltlMtooM, with entrances both on Modfeul Association at London last Main and Lancaster streets, for ront week. Thoro were scores of doctors purchased, else they will not be honored by conductors. The company will, W. 1. Walton. present and numerous essays and however, redeem them at the olllee in were read. Tho doctor was down Tiie iNTKltloi! Jot'liNAL and CosmoLouisville provided sulllcient is font paper on "Sarcoma," but he ac- given why the holder did reasonuse politan Magaiiie for one year W.7o, not and with all other magazines at nearly cidentally loft It at the dejot here and them on tho day of Tho ob instead of it he made a talk on Surgl-- ! , , ", as much reduction. company is to circumvent cal Cases. Dr. Curiwnter, itwillbe , vumiuiuip, lira OWINU to liicreif-eexpenses by rea- Mml..l..n..1 .,M,..,...l M. ....I.,.l.... "'""''"'(.-.iiiv.iiiwi.1 VV4t biiu urnViiti im have Ih'oii standing In with each other. son of improvements tho Stanford Wa- lltulllf. lllt'illl tltill.J ilifil 1tlliilt littin ilii.i a,u' to reduce the chances of the sculp A; Ice Co., passed ter, Light the divi- tors from four counties wont in as char-- 1 or to the minimum, dend for the last six months. tar moinbors.1 There are now over 100 members representing 10 counties. Tho The Whale. Every man, woman Tin Shop. J. T. Jones has moved to association will hold a two or three and child in town, who has hud the tho house nc.u to Win. Daughorty's days meeting hero In April, when Dr. j time and money, has seen the whale, blacksmith shop and is prepared to do Joseph I'rlce, of Philadelphia, and j which has been on exhibition at the all kinds of tin work and plumbing reother noted physicians and surgeons tleKL since Saturday. It Is Indeed a pair. will Ihj on hand. . . curiosity and well worth the 10 cents our blacksmith shop you can get At rBed. It is owned by a Bonton 8yn. CoMPitoMmHi, ...v- any kind of work done at the very low.dicate and , the men ,In charge ,are , Granville Cecil has with- - ... . . ... . v. . est prices, ltomcmttcr wo guarantee 11, win no iiih drawn her suit for divorce and agreed on iuurii .Misiiviiic, wuere workjand do not credit anybody. M. exhibition during the exposition. to a separation. Under the terms of S. J. W. Haughman. The lecturer calls the whale an animal settlement, Mrs. Cecil is to leceive and says that it is about 400 years old, AN olTort, we learn, is to be made to $i',000, in stated payments, in consida little over half grown and was caiH abrogate the contract of tho town with eration of which she surrenders all 20 months ago when it weighed the Water Works Co., ljoeause it is too rights and claims, either by way of tured 60,000 pounds, it was embalmed at a and causes a greater outlay dowor or as due her from her father's large cost and is very natural in apthan the town can stand. estate, In projerty now owned by, or pearance. It is valued at SlJO.OOO; 0 which may hereafter bo acquired by, having been ollered for it by tho Dn. Steele Hailey, secretary, Granville Cecil. This compact to the doctors that, the next meeting stand even, though a reconciliation Smithsonian Institute at Washington. of the Central'Kontucky Medical As- may hereafter le Directed. In addition J sociation will Imj at the Gilchor Hotel, to this, Mrs. Cecil is to receive $1,000 The Thomas W. Napier Camp of the Danville, Jan. '21. A numlwr of paAssociation with It men.- annually from" Mr. Cecil, and s tutodCUH-Hlenit- o pers are to be read and otllcer.s for 1SS17 sums for tho siipK)rt and education ofiuera W!lsi organized here yesterday by elected. the youngest child, of which she is to President Gen. John Boyd, tissl&tod AN old man, in discussing the anony- have the custody. Mr. Cecil is also to l,i' Co' WJ11 Kv Silencer, of the execu-settl- o tlvtJ eommittee. Tho olllcers elected mous letters tho councilmon had reher lawyer's fees. are r. Ij. Shelton, ceived, said he had gotten "one of and A Gay Lothahio. John II. Marks, commander; T. M. Goodknight, adju thcm'jinauimous letters and it had a G. Welch and G. S. Carname signed to it too," when ho was son of l A. Marks, of Danville, is tho tunt,.und of renting his property for a recipient of much unpleasant notoriety penter, executive cominittcecmcu. thinking Tho over the fact that although he has a camp will meet at Col. Welch's olllee at bar room. pretty young wife, ho Is charged with 1 p. m the last Saturday In mouth Ti(E Louisville Store proprietors, A. inducing Besie Abildgaard, and all the Confederates in the county Urban&ky A; Co.. started oil' the Now girl of Perth Aniboy, X. J., to arc invited to join. Following nro tho Year by giving Manager T. D. Itunoy come with him to Cincinnati, for an names of those who joined yestorday in an into est in the prollts of their busi- evil though Marks claims addition to tho otlicors ua'mod: J. W. ness here. This is in the nature of a that she came of her own accord and Alcorn, M. C. Saulley, Fd S. Stagg. J. promotion fdr Mr. Itiinuy . and his that he treated her as a lady. The pa- F. Cash, L. U. Adams, T. J. H.itehor, friends are glad of his good luck. rents of the girl have sent for her and Geo. W. DoBord, James Wilder, It. R. will persecute Marks to the full extent Noel. Geo. P. Bright. Wiiehe is Sowdeh? Christmas day J. II. Sowder, tho real estate man, of tho law If it develops that Improper The first strawberries ol the season are rented an otlicedn the iNTEitloit Jouil-NA- relations existed. Ills wife was Miss being enjoyed by tho licit at Baltimore. building and ordered some sta- Dora Green, daughter of Oscar Green, Ql1 ftl oc a I'"1" an llIo unusual tionary, paying $112.50 in advance on of Perth Amboy, whom Marks met at luci Mlddluslxn-during the big boom V lu,etho rent and job work, and saying ho : ; . 7TT wanted tho room ready .for occupancy there, and after they married the fum Jiuckltn b Arnica Sitlce. Ilywentto Danville to live. Green Tll0ttMUe , .e wori.l for cat,., l.r.. by Jan. 1. That day he left for CinliiMt. Miii'tnir nnil liU rheum. feer miw nnil sores. rlmn. cinnati and in a day or two afterwards illiil ixM hands, chlltilattis corns mill i, Marks, and - itiiiitely cur piles or noi.a- all skin cruptloiM. himnoiuimi. it is wrote us to hurry up the room as he daughter, Mrs. iormb ieneci saui.icilon or iiisnev nc IIvk fliniJoilcents icr iwx. Poriohy V.11. would want It earlier than he expected. mlf wont to tneii oiu nomo to i'iukbui naving procureu empioymeni, Since then nothing has been heard .mui-kthere. from him and he may bo tho victim of Did You Ever ItOL'UH ..,,..,,, ., n 1- - o ht L I 200 Pieces of EMBRO I DERIEE m .!,, I t - i -- s 6BS' .. OPENED. B 1 Come and See Them. '7 - llt-'- I jfc Prettier goods than ever before. See our lines at 5c, d IOC. 7JAC yj meruit Ham burgs, wide margin, at - - - 5c j5 tw Hamburgs, wide margin and fine work, jyc Hamsburgs, wide marcin. fine work. 10 to no ?l The quality will surprise you at the very low orice we ask. - I m (Fa - K?j i CL pa-jw- rs Cottons m Gi? Cr2S?!-A- t & M Cambrics f Il-;'- i..v.... CVil low prices."j Do your Spring sewing now. B d .v- i N. O E.WE-.- , -- , & Baek of IVIy of -Tim A,i,.. head-atMr- s. t one-side- d $18,-00- no-till- es Is the certainty of fulfillment each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaran- tee that you will have an accurate and reliable time-- " piece. Did it ever occur to you that more Wa'tches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. Promises t THOMAS DALTON. m DID YOU KNOW IT ? Did you know that we keep the purest and best drugs and will fill your prescriptions accurately ? Did you know that we don't charge as much for filling them as some druggists ? If you didn't know m - j j vice-preside- nt these tilings, 11 )iu-po- And you will be convinced. A dollar will go further with us than at any drug store in the State. Patent Medicines of all kinds a little cheaper than anybody sells them. Give Us a Trial, CRAIG&, HOCKER. B. L K. WEAREN & SON Dealers In - - Buara-HWi- i Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Blackboards, Agents for - s &c. J w fourth matrimonial venture. Lexington Leader. Ho is a brother of Mrs. Mary Murphy and Mrs. J. It. Warren, of this place. The project to start an afternoon dally hero dioda'bornlu', mid Mr. C. K. Woods, lato editor of tho Register, who-waat tho head of tho 8cheme,has tho position of society editor on taken tho Climax, u place for which ho Is Richmond Regis-tou s embarkupon r. your troulilw 7 LlcctrlellUtereasa UHAMhU 11.1. 1110 ifnot. isetnlwttlonow andiiet lellef This ihh.11. i m tho iincnfoiuiii .to i city council refused to entertain tho Tin: "Economical Club" had Its Urst reiici milieu in on icmaiu coininainis, exerting a M. Alverson and proposition of D. N. Hall, Of Lmlv noiuternit, direct Inltuenco In KlvliiR ttreiiKth and meeting with Mrs. J. tono to theoreans. If you have los of npHtitc, was greatly enjoyed by tho following nni. fni liqilOl 1liini IOI constiintlon. headache, faintlnKlv!lU or a iienous. Opposite the Court-Housslccple-wexcllalile, melancholy or troubled with ladies: Mesdames Win. Severance, reasons, WO learn, because they do not Joseph Severance, Jr., J. W. Haugh- WllUt bar rooms on residence Streets need. Health and strength nro KtiarnntetHl by Its mchuwh.man, W. A. 'fribble, J. S. Hooker, J. and because Mr. Hall offered no proof XSgiW he that .. would keep an orderly house. II. Haughman, H. J. Mcltoberts, W. . ,.. .1... 1 Walton, W. II. Shanks, J. S. Ows- ino oiuer uppncaiiou was inane, inose ry T Et, O Jfl t ley, Jr., J. S. Itice, J. S. Wells. Tho who had Intended to apply not being condt- menu consisted of tea and light bread; willing to accept the iron clad LONDON. KY.f 4I.C1, ir In tiiin wm.iiiuui salad, wafers, pickles, cotTee; orango nuiio. 'II.t i.iiin .atii ti.tlliii.iti """ '""", Kwjis all kinds of ltellirious Hooks. Tracts Papers iiiuiui D. W. Vandeveer, J. B. Ac for aio at tuhiiiieni' prieo. Hibies s crnu straws; vanilla cream, assorted cakes; license, Messrs. 1'W'i'l'uy nilci amuathfac r t m uuuiu mm v.. .... 1 w.i- - a",,l,l'Is Receivinghis- u. .ii. c 11011 Kuaranicea Rich- M....oi iiuioituit, salted peanuts. Misses Resale V. S. JACKSON, London, Ky ards and llessio Burnsido served tea ny, have been tho recipient, of that and colTee. Tho house was darkened most cowardly of resorts, anonymous ' and decorated with holly and paper letters. Mr. Vandeveer got three and llowcrs. , Fach guest was provided with has turned them over to the ' Lincoln circuit Court wero quotations with request that a detective bo sent to Jol",hOU curds on which there All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. sXg oLVHelt. KNo3lou,lfc,,n Vm' from Shakespeare with words omitted. ferret out tho writer. Thoro is a heavy Iur8iiant to an onlor of reference lii tho above A nlco prize was cllered to tho one sup- penalty agalnstUSlngtllC mails IOI SUCH iteau the auue-otuplying tho greatest number of missing u pmpose. in t uiuing 10 mo maun sl(11C)1 co,limlloI1 wtli allJti Ilwrtai,; amj stat0 before tho board Mr. Vandeveer said tho necounts oftho Heccheraiuion words and it was won by Mrs. W. 1. ThoroughbredDuroojIers6y &D MS, Walton. Tho rules of tho club pro- that no one but a Hend of hell, would ' THURSDAY. JAN. J4, 1897 ' wero tho hibit the expenditure of moru than be quilty of such action and dared tho Ho will hear all rouiictent rroof that any ol the of My breeders tirt'Cil telecttxl fromfcovernllxvt herds of ,, J, In A State tills famoin dlVlllgO their Idonlty. O iiartics In Interest may olter touching tho matters splendid lot of iigsof of swlno agea for aalo. II red $.'! for tho lunch and Mrs. Alverson scoundrels tO dllturent in w"tvery growing out oftho reports liktl by kow a vpectaUr Satisfaction guaranteed. and any of the parties In Interest may says she did not expend that much. OUSlliess Ol ,11111 ui Imnortance wns solicited Addrcsa m tho Coiumiwloner ?.S(,,.v"s.tI,..l'ls R. H. BRONAUGH, Tho next meeting will bo with Mrs. J. transacted and tho board ad journqd In ' Crab Orchanl, Ky, Master Com'r L c c. j short order. W. Baughman. i foul play. iU IJU-N- hh Try ! rBmcilyinr iiecuitari)-ndaitr- Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs9 Imperial Plows. e. m-ii-- , ,.... . q Jj Xi.OJ H. C. RUPLEV, -- 1 TflE MERGHANT TAILOR -- in i... - - """ . post-olllc- e, NOTICE. Give him a Call. ss I .....' M i Corres-iKjmlcn- thon-celver- , ,WmJr ! ffrfi f rttm n .a-.i-- v ffy-t"- J ,irT " f riiir'? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SOME QTJEEIl BILLS. NOVEL PROPOSITIONS OF OUR MAKERS AT WASHINGTON. LAW- ! FACTS IN A FEW LINES.. Tho nristocracy of Britain includes persons. Tho room in which Napoleon I died Is now a stablo. ColTco is tho national bovorago of tho Boors in tho Transvaal. Nearly 800,000 worth of articles nro pawned in London weekly. Tho soap of Qtiren Victoria's household costs nearly .CoOO n year. Nearly 10 percent of the recipients of tho Victoria Cross aro military doctors. The domo of St. Paul's is about as many feet high as thuro aro days in tho year. has cost Great Tho British-museuBritain 11,000 a year in tho last 143 years. In proportion to its size tho horso has n smaller stomach than nuy other quadruped. Thero aro two violot farms in tho United States, both managed entirely by women. Every haro on an English farm costs or wastes annually 4s. Od. ; overy rabbit, 2 shillings. Nearly overy English flagship carries eight nnd every cruiser four fully qualified divers. A toilet club for dogs has been established in Bond street, London, whero dogs may bo shaved, washed and beautified. When celery in not as crisp as it should be, put it in very cold water, add n slico or two of Jcmou and lot it stand an hour. Barcelona is tho center of tho manufacture of cigarotto paper. Two houses alouo produce 180,000 reams a year, valued at 0,000. Tho annual aggrcgnto circulation of tho newspapers of tho world is estimated to lo 12, 000,000,000 copies, requiring 781, --'50 tons of paper. A well known oculist says that opera glasses, which may bo hired in mast theaters, frequently become tho medium for spreading very serious eyo disuases. Among tho four longest lived trees nro tho olivo and tho yew both evergreens. Tho maximum ago of tho former is 2,000 yoars and of tho latter 2.SS0. If an express train, moving at tho rato of 45 miles an hour, were to stop suddenly, it would givo the passengers u shock equal to that of falling a height of 54 feet. n Somo ouohas calculated that tho of Loudon walk, together, something liko 4S.1S0O miles per day, a distance equal to twico tho circumference of tho globe Tho Japaneso obtain intoxicating beverages from plums nnd from tho flowers of tho motherwort aud peach. Tho Chinese actually produce an alcoholic drink from mutton. For a felon steam it. A good way is to let tho fetcam from tho nose of u teakettle strike tho felon not so near as to burn tho flesh, but hold it thero till th6 pain ceases. Tho olivo trco nttaius to n great age. It may contiuuo to bear fruit for many hundreds of years, but tho nverago lifo of the cultivated treo is thought to bo from 100 to 150 years. A New York statistician has, after caroful study aud inquiry, reached tho conclusion thut the consumption of wheat in this country is a littlo lesd than four bushels per capita. for two or tbreo cenTho Japans-turies have mado paper cloth which will bear washiug. It is much mora expensive thau cotton or linou aud is thero-for- o less employed as a textilo fabric. Tho olivo treo forms ono of tho chief agricultural rosources of Tuscauy. It is estimated thnt about 270,000 acres to its cultivation, nud that an averago crop of olives yields about 6,700,000 gallons of oil. In full bearing an ncro of olives will produco ou an averago about G4 gallons of oil a year. Ono year tho quantity may be very much greator, but the following year, after u full crop, tho trees will probably bear littlo or no fruit. Marchioness Li, wifo of Li Hung Chang, is said to bo very beautiful nnd looks not more than !i0, although sho is 50. Ono thousand attendants aud servants answer her beck and call. Her feet havo been compressed until sho is unablo to walk moro thau a few yards at a time. Tho most boautiful aud finest filigrco silver in tho world is mado at Delhi. The Iuceliko silver mado nt Malta is also very much admired by collectors. This dolicato haudmado silver is mado in a number of other places aud comes from Norway nnd Sweden as well as Paris nud Florence. A French chemist has discovered that tho eggs of certain species of fish aro enveloped in voritablo silken cocoons. Sinco tho learned Frenchman began his experiments in this lino (in 1804), ho has found seven different species of fish that produce eggs from which a fiiio quality of silk may be woven. Charle3 I, in the twolfth year of his roigu, determined to restoro tho mantlo of tho Order of tho Garter to its original color, uud it was accordingly worn on tho installation of tho Prince of Wales of n rich celestial blue. The surcoat aud humeralo remained crimson. The hat was of black velvet, as before. To lessen if not to abolish altogether the uoiso of a train when crossing a bridgo a German eugiucer has devised a schemo which has proved burprisingly Euccessful. Ho puts a decking of planks between tho cross girdors, and on tho planks a double layer of felt is placed. In this way uny noiso is provouted. Ono of tho most interesting sights nround Paris is tho mushroom caves, which uro nothing mora or loss thau tunnels containing nt intervals of a fow foot small beds of fertilizer, mixed with virgin soil. Tho envea whero mushrooms nro grown aro especially prepared, and great enre and nttontion are given to ihoir keeping uud perfect preservation. 11, 000 past-meo !:iRTi(noniL motion. Jurrv Porter, the drtinnmir politician, uis married at Clinton, to Miss Mamie Heeler. Kmuin May liradUh. 'f Seranlon, Pa , has sued SaufonKimnt, son of a banker, for f 10,000 datnnges for having kissed ' ill IhoMiiRvr lumt-ntllr- it U lv NwllKutfnll kind", (ll N'wlng Mnthlnw Stmif.ml,Kjr .1 tlioold rollnMe Minor Sewlne Mnrhlntt nnd Hcpalr-MulW. IVriln, (.' ollUv, Aeiit. oplto l GARLAND SINGLETON U iieandldsle for nt l.lnndiieounly, oemili' (Mriy. Snirlnleiidnit ulijeel In Inunction of the IMn of I'nlijle Schools SHELBY & SHELBY, S2 PJ2R, YlCA.lt IK .VDVAXCK-- ToIiiiirocTlirntcr Salmon ItcsolutlonConceni-lni- r .Vrrletof J. ! for ISOLflaiai as- - When not aopalil S.SO will U charged. To Change Street Niiim-- In Washington Jllr. I'eflVr'a Itraolutlon. Trclnar nml llonttier IIno Yi'nnt. K. C at 4:30 p. in. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7,10 a m and Train leaves Stanford at returns at L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ho. iJiTraln No. 20 " No. 25 " No. SI " goln North South " 12 37 p in :i lit a in 12 01 pill 1 (M p 111 QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains paulf unction City as follows: ! 3 38 p m 12 02 p in No. 2 North 1 South No. " 4 " 12 (ID a m ? 1.1 a m No. 3 " ' G ' "" ..U31 a in No 5 " 6 00 am " S 35 p m No! J " (further than Junc"NoteNovO-andjlOrunliition City. All trilns stop there. io'; KENTUCKY P.M. 2 30 A. M. MIDLAND RAILWAY- V. M. VIA IIKOUUM'OWN. 2 00 3 IS T rt ' cos 733 3.5 450 9 15 8 30 Arr licoivetowii. ' I'ranktort, o Cnnari)t. Jet. City. Arr "M2(W Lv 10 3(1 IW'l A. M .. .. i.J Jl t " CM 30 4 00 Arr Taris 5 Daily except Sunday I.ve 9 53 U" v C. D.HURCAW, G. I' A. POWDER Absolutely Pure. great leavening strength and food niMlnst alum and all forms of aiiiilteratiou so couimoii In tho cheap) uwnds. ItoVAl. HiKi.Mi Powpkr Co., New ork. limltlifiilni. Azures the Cclohrated for IW J J.T.Jones, TM iii ST a J IMP STANFORD, KY Sole iimnrlptur of Dean's Mack Diamond Hoof Paint. lUuuUi jurnlshed for painting wo.id, metal and iruu roof. Satisfaction guaranteed All roofs, painted with Drill's Hlack Diamond Paint l Cistern l'uinns for vp.ir. Dealer in and Galvanized Iron I'ilteM, Ha!vanUed and Hlack Iron Hoofing of all kinds. w!irr-.iniiH- lt I 21-- tf COOKE'S SARSAPARILLA WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Hoils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and &-- Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and .when cured it SST Keeps You Well. dys-.pepsi- a, i ' i T r i Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, Craig & Hocker, W. C. Woltord, Hustonville. P. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, IMoreland. Yours for Health, , James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. The present session of congress has produced its share of bills nml resolutions sufficiently novel in character to bo worth noting. One, introduced in tho honso by Mr. Berry, is entitled "a bill to furthor higher theatrical interests." It declares that "in view of tho beneficial effect of tho correct thoatricnl art upon tho public iniifd and in view of tho further necessity of preset ving tho better methods of tho stngo" a sum not exceeding $5,000 is appropriated "for tho purpo.o of assisting tho further usefulness of tho theater as an educator and in respect of an examination into present theatrical conditions and tho best means of extending aid to the stage." But it still remains n mystery as to what is to bo done with tho 1(5,000, oxcept that tho authorized by tho library committee bill to expend it. A concurrent resolution introduced by Senator Mitchell of Oregon is rather eloquent ou tho subject of salmon. Tho preamblo contains no fowcr than six clauses, each beginning with its separate whereas. Tho first declares that "whereas tho Columbia river is tho only stream in tho world whero tho salmon is found in all its perfection, no other known river producing salmon of such firm, roso red, oily flesh," whilo tho last clauso declares that tho fish commission "has recognized tho importance of tho royal Chinook salmon of tho Columbia as an article of food for tho peoplo of tho wholo country." Tho resolution following tho loug aud resonant preamblo is brief namely, that tho Clackamas, a tributary of the Columbia, aud tho contiguous government lauds shall bo Ret apart as spawning grounds for said fish. Mr. Peffer has a joint resolution founded on the proposition that thero were four distinct fiuauuial policies at issue in tho lato election, nud that "tho result does not show that a majority of the voters favor any of tho said policies. " Ho therefore asks to havo a national monetary commission appointed to examine tho matter, with a viowto getting nt "a Eafo and sound currency, " $50, 000 Doing appiopriated for this purpose. Mr. Allen has a resolution for n committco of nine senators to investigate tho extent to which money was used in tho recent presidential election, inquiring whether any oxponditures wcro "excessive, illegitimate, corrupt or unlawful," aud especially how much tho owuors of silver mines and gold mines, bankers, manufacturers, railroads or other corporations aud "millionaires of nil classes" contributed aud what contributions were mado by persons aud corporations abroad. A bill to regulato tho salo of milk in tho District of Columbia has among its provisions that no person shall sell, or deliver any cream that contains less than 18 per cent of butter fat. Another bill changes tho names of tho alphabetical streets in Washington, so that hereafter thoy nro to be known as Adams, Bancroft, Clay, Decatur, Emerson, Franklin, Grant, Hamilton, Knno, Lincoln, Marshall, Nowcomb, Perry, Quincey, Randolph, Stanton, Taylor, Union, Van Bureu and Webstor. A third bill punishes by a fine not exceeding $500 any person who sells, dispenses "or othorwiso disposes of" intoxicating liquors of any kind in tho capitol buildings or on the capitol grounds. A proposition of Mr. Treloar is to givo tho president of tho United States and uho tho senators terms of eight years each and representatives terms of four years. Mr. Boatuer's bill gives the speaker of tho houso$10,000 a year, and each senator and representative n year. Senator Call liaq a bill appropriating $100,000, "to bo expended this year" for tho extirpation of tho water hyacinth in tho St. Johns nnd Oklawalm rivers and thoir tributaries in Florida, "so as to permit tho navigation of tho rivers from being closed." This suggests now possibilities in river and harbor bills. Now York Sun. Chi-uoo- k Oglo-thorpe, $7,-COO her. City, Ky. The Somerset Reporter mjs that For-ri- o SASIUKSIi Mi'OWEXS 'l'livtiiktila t tram III Bttvtll tiill . tITV ... son or Judge Sim lUckn, and Hick, IB" III ll.u HHII"Hf A jortkti of yimr HtMii.ie IninandoUlefiTuherlll'l l.llifdn ii.iinty, 1. t rvaotmU' rol MNs Mnmlo Tlinipe, nNo of Somen-utr air pany n to the ai lion liflhe d nwuuliy Mfliiiini, oloped to Tennessee and were mtiriied W. 1'. Dollins, of Wnco, Tex , and Miss EM.UKTT JIcCOKMACK Lena Goode, daughter of J P. Goodo, of nl Surgeon Ijni.indldtitef.r eorof raltc p.irty lu.r Hustonville, were married nt the Catholic Jet t tit In' ael loll of the Dentist, cliuich in Danville Friday, and left at uprl leauitly iwdh Iteil. once for Waco, whero the groom is in Ky. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Nil mini ldal Jet't to lliewlloMiif Airnf Uneoln IheilenMK-mll- i Ilart. innh f . Junction I . , J iii-- a. s. PlilCli, Stanford. l.hh-uli- i business M. F. EI-KI- N COX1WDERA TR WTJillAXS. A Otllro over Mi ltiln!l' linns More Hiilldlug In the tlwlcy Ject to Naiandhlatefor AmTf Uneidn iheaitloii of thedeiu.K'nilli urtv a i' County With those whose names wo havo print soled before, this makes HO Confederntu diers that o have found In the county Ed S Stagg, Quirk's scouti, Morgan's Partial List of th(e Liriiuj in Lincoln NEW MILLINERY. Ii 11 JOE T. EMIIKY Jei't to the raiididate for 11 of Command. T. M.GoiMikuight, (tth Ky. infantry, Orphan Brigade. Dr."T. B. Lewis was a mumbor of Co. A. tith Kentucky, Duko'a Hrljrudo, Morgan's command. "God bloss tho Southern boys, with health and plen- Ihelatpit thlniM In lull and Wlnlor Mllllnry now in tUxk and th Udliw of Stanford and vlclui-t- v the Ulwt M)iin nri'tliilted In rail In and ll Jnrlwel nudv to .ilt on lirrnld old cuntoni-vr- s many new oinw iu 111 whip, and iu mnusllr ak your Hull of the upirt I liieolu count y fnl ileuiocmllt p.uty anil w MIS.-- . Man: iii:zi.i:v Stanford, ! C. G. nl HAKEIl ii'iri Ky. ty," llO bllj-b- . Tho Lrnsotn of Ilonbous. All x'rnu lUMrltiK Umit P.nl fiir idank fwioe, O mliliu or wlru fvnmraii rlml wlmt tliry want at my nr nwr Cedar Crvrk.on the pile I ali MiMeitl) lending from Crali Orvlianl to Stanford U a candidate fur A.corol Uneoln, ka friielns. AH the petMi of the deinocratlr keep 011 hand a mpplr of plank e kindly lly hp klndsof lutulnT for luilldiiu nuy arttiluof jiMir Hiirt. and xhiiiido. All it-iii- llrlii IhU klud run cull on me at my tore V. .M.M.I.I.TON Jtt Creek. jKMt ami NOTICE u'- N a candidate for aMnr of Mnciln count v. MilUk tect lo theaemuiof thiMleiuoenillc lrly llieowiuly l tnllSvrii liiB theHitheriieiidof )our ulleeof the pie, he WII.L.IA9I MOREL AN fr purw. lird nert'dr Bonbons for tho holidays aro more gorgeous than ever. Kibbon bows are & moro voluminous. Lnces, gilt aud even narrow fur aro added to mako these IN sweets moro splendid in effect, moro ngift. Embioideries still hold of lVpt. Near Itallnwd CnltS. thoir owu whero tho confection is com - corned. Tho jewel device, tho dn pattern, tho conventional design, and heap. Com and May taken pretty bits in china, nil aro mi eid.i. ilnii'ohic an oe in hange I hand for tho coming holidays, acoording to Decorator aud Furnisher. SAM W. 3IKNEKEE lrty NOEL SON. -t je l for -- h.ilrt of I lii-da mmlliUt t lo the aill.ni vt ll detw" nitK- ..uuty, f .' D9HLERS I COKL, Iu '- -n Stanford; Kentucky. COAL let 1 I 1 cUi-ing-- i, llnphararil Jnttlnir. Chorry is n fashiouablo color nt the present time. Dress skirts aro small, sleuvea very small and jackets short. Hats and toques mado of mohair braids aro stylish when worn witii tailor gowns trimmed with braid. Zouaves and boleros of every kind nud ehapoaro still a conspicuous part of tho bodices. Chinchilla toques nro worn with gowns nnd coats ornamented with tho same fur. Tho majority of winter shoes havo pointed toes, but not of tho sharpest variety. MONEY TO I LOAN lam Mill RMitfor tali llmmh Cts.1 si. !) w, at ' keipnaiippl) of all kill'" ofOI. 11 anl at whao on Mill the n.l rwel.le It n .1I 4t ltatlfl itwl (ih um... omlte Holler Mill II. illl.l.lNS. Slmilorl Ky 3; J J.in II. t OS IMIMtllVI.il AKMS All KM IV A i I iMUM In Uii.tIii county. K) , at ' per eeiit. whil annual 'hawed AdJl l.l'll tiilerenl. n nmwli" W HAW. Itooiu IT. Keii)ulibulHlutf, lMilllle, I "of Idai.k aiHi)lri.tii and luriW litfiriua Ky SaunWr. Ait..niej . sun Hun. Inquire of J N lord Ky INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL U 111 le rtn leer, Kentucky. Hustonville, Olfi-r- i J. T. hi y CV-e- STJTTOlSr, BURBEE S: M CASTLEMII. V.V(.l 1LS. aud eta J alvim hand Manager N Cari'eiiter. ontew to tk wpl f Wl Lincoln cotinilf. I nil rt.vk uf (ol&inaud Cak W Oomincrce Building, Louisvil 4mlA ThrMKhout the N.uili o John R. McLean's Great Newspaper. is D. S. ld. W CARPENTER, H.UfctOt1VlllOt V7. A.. TBIBBLE, lHl Stam'oru. i7l Anvil I. SPANIARDS WEAR BUTTONS. OtOMOMMilMOMM THE POPULAR Express Their IVar Spirit by Peculiarly .Marked llmlKes. D cuio nMSKSMOlM J HiWiHrsfiiiHatiaji e l tVTTttJj MM mmm OlJJO OIMBOSCB) MBMOMnliM 0MSiN!Mt !rM t WMOMAi LdJ W taMoii W W " - j1 r MQHNMOK! vX - m ' j7. Henry D. Pierce, n relativo of the lato Vico President Hendricks, who has just returned from Kuropo, says that in nil tho cities in Spain ho Baw porsons wenr-iubuttons much tho samo us they nro worn hero. Theso badges show a Email dog running away. Tho dog represents Cuba nnd is so marked. Following tho dog nt full speed is an immenso pig, which is marked with tho word "America." Following tho pig in turn is n large, flue bull, running after tho pig and evidently highly infuriated. Tho pig is Eupposed to bo running nwny from tho bull, which is goring him with his horns in a most om?rgotic maimer. The hull U marked "Spain." Mr. Pierce added that in every way tho hatred of tho Spanish ycoplo for tho United States i3 mado apparent. He t.hiuks that the Spaniards ure only too nuxious for an opportunity to get into a fight with this country. Chicago Times-Heralg con-ieivab- lo Without a single exception, there beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer; Jo or a more successful publisher than its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. prices for the Daily The Enquirer have been maintained, and its circulation largely increased each year; hard times and cheaper jour: Stanford, : nals failing to arrest its onward march McutlHt, Olticcon Liiiraitir (strut at ltrldcne and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and merit. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at 50 cents a year, and its circulation increased by the addition of over Written on All Clasi of Proper -- tyin the He.it of Companies. 200,000 new subscribers; the most substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire. Gentlemen's C lotlilnjr When asked for the secret of such Made to .Measure success, Mr. McLean frankly answers: - "I aniplen lot rom I lie iii'wl alinulmf MMW.iinmeMt fituml The Enquirer has no opinions to force tfitfn hiMv Mleoi U'l'.ill in.lit V li nuoraiilic a eXeiluieHl III I"" proteeled In heli ihi u upon its patrons, it simply prints the inirit. 4111. hy leailng )oiir .uicirtliivlit mtlieer " imo ulur facts and tells the truth that the reader am ulmi may form his own opinions. By Agont For tho Lexington maintaining the price of the paper, Steam Laundry. more news and greater variety can be All mttk UHaraiilewl furnished, and every class of business JESSE D. WEAKEN. interests catered to, which a cheaper journal cannot afford. The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large, makes it incumbent upon the management OqJJa to serve it faithfully with zeal and en terprise in minor matters as well as "' " u those of greater magnitude. lluitEie. IM cut underthWt ill Mil at cot Km lluiorie are hrt-r- l ery Hnewirre) rill J.illn eiery reiHt It you ant aa iNtnftlii, thai ti.e MlNan.l Kt you lehlele at oiiceaiKl cue V'Hi MlufattUm iiiiv will I) S 1 U!M Villi luKitfully. tn Kkstcckv Farmers Bank&Trast Co. (IK DB, W, PEN1TY, STAM'Oltli. K.Y old-tim- e K.. ell llh In National lUuka, fully limit ted a are hehl Individually lialde lo Ha harHholden Uln utixk therrlu at tlioetrnt of tliu amount of their to theauioiint In tho ir value then.if, In addlthm It ma) act a eieiulor, ad iu mh share " Individual inlnllitir. Irmtw A' a fully who have" ulilru.l . TindrrliitMHir lhaiikalo to u. e trmt they will continue i.l their IuIum tmln mi, and c ollrr u. a giiarautw f.ir pminpl at eirlcin In Unk tentton l MiHtfunr M . $200,000 00 rail np Capital, 17,003 80 Sarplas. ..r it. .h.riaf .1..i.it'ir am a t.u ....i.L.h. le.ltr Uv Fire Insurance luitand a lll-er- mhiimI Jer' aeiwiHmlalliw UihMh. aare cnnMcnt DllllTHHV J. J WlllUiHi, Ml. Ventoii; W II ChhiihIih, 1'riwelieratille .1. it. liwoley, ,1 S (Ky,Sr., S II Shailkn, William ioteh, .1 I'. Cah. .1. ISmhry, h .1 P. J. N. MeWfee. I.hi A. W. t'ri-nle- ofricana. S. II SlMHk J II n!c). (Vihkr, W M. 1'rr-l.U- iil. llnht. Ii iir I - I 11I1 r tr FIRST NATIONAL BANK 11I 1 snMuKI". hA Capital Stcck S100.0CO. Attention of Surplua 15,750. sSAPRif?7! lfkHI ntfJCKY UWVfinsiTY. NEW- the puhllr l (alhl to the f t t that thin la the oul) Salimial llink in Stanf.td III ler the proiUhiiiN ot Ihe National Hank Art ileianltiin are eciiril nut only hy the capital tKk, hut hy tlm tliKkholder' lia'dllty lor an aiiii.uut Cualtu thuitock.Mi tlut diinxl omof thlnuInitltu. aunni hy liiud ol iJin,mo I Hull am tnlvnieiiUof the coiidlliniiol tho Uink are nuido ili joar to hu fulled Slate lioieruini'iit mid Its oueta lire exanilm-- l at Mated tliuea hy Kou'riiineiit iiKenti, thin hccurlei! uddillolial undlrfiit anlcty tuileianltura. 'Ihliti.tltulloii, orU'liially elahlheil ni the l'c p lt Ikink of Stanford in InV then rcnvaulreil n theNulloii.il llank nf StJiilonl in l'-'- i andnxalu nairKHiilnal an the Tint National Hank ot stanlord hui hail pMitlmilly an uiiluturriitcl exUt-ne- e in for :1 )ear. It U U'ller auppllnl uuw uli facilities fur tnuiMctiiii; liimlneM prumptly aud llh (rally U1.111 tMT K'dire In ita lotiK uml liuiionildo inrrcr Accounta of ImllildiuN, tldiiclarks, tlrni and iiidlridu.il noMiUcd. li, HIMECTOIin. Furniture Wc'liavo oponut! ut :- -: House. tud a complete WILBUR R. SMITH, PRESIDENT, LEXINGTON, KY. In- J. W. Ilayden, Staiifonl, ' II. llaughiiuu, S T Ilurrl, " .1 S. Ilmker, " T 1. Hill. " K L. Tinnier, Mi Kimiev. W. A Trlhl.Ie. .1 II Colllir.Crah On h'd, M.J. Miller, Ml.Ncnion. M, 1, Lliiiire, Stanford 1' Held, Lincoln Co.; -- f- !- -. tfnn-l.n,- uciuumKsuccessfal Rraduatca. tuotu nnw. Jfi-rt- ! I Stonin' line of old Fun.iture, Orpets &c, &c. Wall Paper, , We will Keep Constantly in stcck the Latest and Best Goods, Mm mm G.T.A., J. KKKD, IT.ANK ClilrnBn. n D.l'.A., i:. II. 11ACOX, OIMOMllOIMO OLlQJlKib.aQJIjaOKI SI mm m m IMOINMOMS LouUvIUo. OIM0IN1M0IN10IMI N:v3pupirs us Thief Cutcheri. Byrnes Somo hint as to how of New York was successful us a thief taker comes ot.t in the claim of an Tom Adams, who asks $10,-00- 0 for tho press clippings ho had furnished Byrnes. It seems theso clippings tiro an essential to the rogues' gallery, nnd coutaiu pictures and descriptions of every well known rascal tho world over. So it Ecems tho uewspupors aro tho best thief catchers after all. And Make Prices to Suit tho Times. We tiuarailteo jwrfeet Com Lincoln county atifatl(in'in oierv rtsjiit. to Mi in and Illplouio at World'l Atvmrd or Uxpodltlonfor llook.ieerlnr.tc. A TliurotiBli, Intlucnllal nnd Honored Hundred ot aludeuta in uiundauco rolleice. year, from 20 statm. the past Ilualneaa Courao conslnlfi ot nook. keeping. Iluslnet Arithmetic, l'ennianshlp, Uuraiuirclul Joiul block, lAVf, WcrchntldUltlK. lUlllklnK. Manufacturing, Lectures. Jtulncs Practice, ilercantlle Correspondence, etc. Coat of Full ilualneaa foniie, Including Tuition. .Stationery aud Board In a uico family, nhout uo. Nliorlliand. Type wrlllnir and Telegraphy and nre apcclattleai liave apeclal teacliera uuil-r.room, and can bo taken alouo cr with the Course Mpeclal department for ladles. Mtuntloua. The demand for our Rradustes In dlllerent departments ot this Collegu has ex cceded Its supply. Lexington. Ky.. the location of Prof. Smith's College, M noted for Ita healtlifulness and lino climate i hat --' churches and 11 unuki. Access, iblebyltn many railroads. Nuvnrutlon. Knter now. Graduates successful. For circulars address Its President, ei S HiKker, l'naldcnt A A MiKlniiey, orricsKi. .1 JMcllnlierta, Cashier, htant lunhlcr WW Bffl TENTG Pntonts aaKaaraaaaMakanwaMMLAsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaU. locurvEjj!?oiy) ranted. Tartlcs harl'in: invcnllnin they wish to nro- tcct mould procure their patents throtiK" our agency. Invcn' ir's Manual, n book containing cost of patents, modo of procedure, etc., and other Information, rent fnrSc. slump. Uurliitnf pa'ents warded, for which lnrrcsuun of money nre nd'tired, sent with the Mauual, free. Wu find purchaser for imtcnts procured throiiKh our n;;cn.";'. Tlranch oUIcch Iu all tha principal cities mul In all foreign countries. nirdlally pric. liiiltai tu liMpevt uiir iltUtnt.oiiruM touknd notour - homo people, aro WILBUR R. SMITH, Loxinyton, Ky. WANTED-A- M ; they tnny thlnz to patent? I'rolei t joiirlilo.is WKUUUIV-HUltbrlnir you wealth. Write JOUN & CO., l'ntcnt Attorneju. WaalilnBtou. U. O., for their S1.S0O vtlzti oilers I ' i J. 8.1 A. BEAZLEY & CO., ' iDEA&tt THE WORLD'S O. G01-30- Ky. J. IIAILSY, MaDBCtV, 7 PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, O Ho ture to mention thl paper PROGRESS, r j:. p- - - - 4i wr irvtn?xmrx;4tniknH v riwrarw mmmamAwm Tmuiterv9mLy&mYxt - I