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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897011501 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. MATRIMONIAL on thu divorce docket of tho lloylo circuit tourt,whloh begins Monday, says tho Advocate. V Tho uinrrlngtj of Dr. Arthur of CMncinluitl, iiml Miss Johnstone, Ktlu'l Anno Chnniborlin, now of IJrook-lyX. Y., in announced. In Dickinson county, Vu., Wlllliim Hogston, uged 71 yours, was murrluil to Mrs. Mnry Mullhiw, a nod 07, aftor being dlvoreud from her for ovur 1!0 yours. This whs Hogstou's fourth marriage. Ho has '2 living ohllilron. ' Wo did not know till wo Haw It In tho Somerset Paraxon that Uro. A. It. Dycho, of tho London Koho, had married again. Tho happy ovont occurred In tho last days of tho old year. Tho bride was Mrs. M. K. Jackson, u wonl-t- h and hund&oino widow. (5xxl luck to them. Thorn uro 10 oiif-o- s n, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FIUDAY, JANUARY Jo, 1897. NO. 31 'TI I mt. J. vernon; BRODHGflD. now. MI.ss Minnie Watson, lllimtiir lit HrniUuxirl !m vlutf Imr ty LANCASTER. them. Tho personal estate of jn Gnrrard tills week. prices wore realized. The now suit, which tho Jntkkiok Marion Hasty, son of John Hasty, died of 'pneumonia fever Monday and Jouhxai.. has donned, is quite an at- -' was takpn to I'oplur Grove Cemetery traction and is much admired in this section. for burial Tuesday. Daniel Walker has assigned to T. 15. Martin it I'rothoroo are building a very commodious They Wullcor. Assets and liabilities un- -' are both enterprising men and Brod- - known. Mr. Walker Is Several of our citizens aro oillco under tho now regime. There head oves much to Mr. Martin for its and has a host of friends. George T. Funis, tho new town inar- will bo no rush, however, for tho fav- success and prosperity. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles. Bridles, Tlie Ittishrillo Coal Qil & Mining shal, Is keeping the trangressors quiet. ored ones have buon selected already. Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Candidates' for county oillces uro in- Co., of Indiana, who began to sink a The boys seem to realize the fact that well at this place some 10 days ago, aro ho will execute the law at all hazards. ' creasing In numbers. Court-Hou- se Room Oppo-it- e Square, Stanford. Ky. Tlio mooting conducted by Kov. H. progressing nicely, have already gone Jack Adams, deputy sheriff living1 -- , m . . &: N. Faulconor has been well attended. some Am or WW feet. near Habit Lick, brought Fred Nantz T !llT''T - - .Y''AT - i'Vf'l'i We have four or five applicants for to town on Tuesday, on a charge oft Several have gone forward, being One of w applicants having shot George X. MeKinney. He Missos Hhoda White, Georgia, Fannie the Is said to bo trying to get names to his was placed under a bond of $.100, pond- and Mary McFerran; Messrs. DeRTHS. pouuon irom nit pans or tlie county, tug an examining trial. Doth parties Duvalt, Adams and White. borrowing WILLIAM SHELTON. John Cloyd and wifo aro Wo would suggest that it is a bad and says he Is sure to bo the posinastor are prominent. Some of the city fathers were unable .ilt.,.",''"v V' Tea,c,';'r!, ;c An 'ix'clnl"? Tlioroi.!?!! cmres In Utln, (.reck, loan of a little child by tho idoR to place u cemetery right in tho aftor next March. out tho Irencli. KnpllOi, i c. Art anil Little Johnnie and Kdward Heron, to attend the call meeting on Monday wtl.iii of Kcnliiiky. ilhtliigiiMieil SHe.ue;, Slliull In tl.- - fai.i,.n u hooping midst of a town and that in tho future fur l.tlifitliies.ofclmale. Iwiutv of olwrlcty. MUS. N.VN.VIi; s. SAfH.I.'v, I.a,ly l'rncl.al, Stanlonl, Ky. titorgu Mills, aged il, died netir tho place of Interment Ikj confined to sons of Uncle Tcler Heron, started to night for tho purjiose of granting a Wrliuf..rCtal.iie. tho Masonic Widows ' and Orphans franchise for electric lights. Every l'owars' store, I'nsoy county, last week the old grave yard. If not tho mortalThoy were ad body is in favor of it, however, and it He was a Methodist and a good man in ity rate will bo doubled within tho Home at Louisville. mitted through an implication from i understood that tho matter will bo grown sons survive next fow years. many ways. Six N ' ., i... hun, including K. S. Mills, of Danville. Tho jug trade Is tho most nourishing iironnenu ioul'o, oi wnicn tliett ue - lavoramv 0011S1r1n.1l i CJJU na Wllr " iiwas a member. Miss hoard meet, eltlxon business of tho town. It is said that ceased minor Monroe .Smith, a News ha reached here that a small THE GREAT BpsTNESS TRAINING (iroen Ulvor section, died .Sa- more Jugs are put oil bore in one day LUzie, their only sister, will be left of thf THE SOUTH. , . SCHOOL alone. . ouantitv of n r . .. f,.,..i .. " turday night, utfed SI. His iHsoiiMi was than in a whole week at London. Kv- or CRWUms HOIDINC FINE POS.TIO ' Jack McCall and wife, who left this M. W. Johnson'; stomach which w, pneumonia and ho was sick only a few ery one knows who getsnp tho purses county year ago and who now ' sent to Louisville e tbno d:ij. Ho was a memlwr of tho Chris- to Utko jug out of tho express oillco, live inkmuo Tennos.ee, are visiting rela - analysis. It is not thought th ft thi .11 but thoy do not know how many homes tian church for 10 yearn, a Mason for ".I'ASttMK. lives in the Hlbco House. J. N. Grif- - will liavo anv effect on tho collection and tho fraternity saw that the ImmIv are blighted by tho vile beverage thus II.. .....I i.t,.-.- v .. . .1 .. .. r ..t iw... M..o iubb, ui .MiirutBiiui-Kin - oi l.t 111 policies, us the ouantitv mi ins uie wasproHrly put away. Four children, sold. tiier and sister of Mrs. A. J. like, not sullicient to produce death, and Dr. Nell 1'arrott ha taken rooms in the two by his tlrst and two by his second Hpcnr ii night or two at hor bedside J. A. Anion, it is said, had adminbter- J are living, as IsaUo his third wife, brlok hotel until his new residence is during tho week. Miss Hurtle Hilton, 0d it during his illness. to whom he was married two years completed. Mrs. I'atiouco Carpenter, tho fascinating saleslady in the Cherry Morgan Hudson, aged ST years, died who has Iwin 111 so long, has greatly ao. house, has boon visiting at Howlund on Tuesday night at his homo four improved in health. Mrs. I'ettie lias miles from town. His fifneral will be Ikjoii very ill at tho residence of her this week. Dress. . Our During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you wtll Hro. A. J. like has had a siege of ty- preached (Thur.-duat 11 The l.VTKItlOlt JoUltNAl. has put on son, Mr. Stapp. James Collee, of Wil- phoid fever in his family. His oldest o'clock a? M. at the Christian church by and we believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," coming out now In now dly, was in town Thursday. Thomas son, Hoiiuie, was a new sick for four weeks, Elder George W. Gowen. He was 'a is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our Is visiting the homefolks. I 'arngoii. Miller watchword. For your t j jk', Somerset then Eliza seven weeks, next little The.SUltlfonl INTKKIUII .lOt'K.VAL. Is Squire John Childress, of Hrush llosi. has l)eoii sick 20 davs, but is member of that church and one of the patronage in 1S96 we are very thankful and promise you to do all in iiiiisi, putting on airs with a now dross and Creek, gave his charming daughter, much bettor now, and last his wife was havl-ii- r prominent men in tho couiitv. Power to mcrit a continuance of it during the year just begun. Our ..h..-- .. amassed a ' ti.i- Miss Luklo Childress, in marriage to taken down new head. Louisville Post, days ago and has been world's uoods bv honest (l..lin.r ...1,1, .tock ol The Stanford Jouknai. stands a Mr. J. McIIargue. of IMnoville, last very low, but Is thought to le conva HMtli-Hiwr, and now Hue iijw dros vuwk. The attendants were Mr. Mc- loscentat this writing. She has been nukes us prepare to follow siilu i'uris IIargue and Mis Sallio Chestnut, Mr. under the treatment of Drs. Hunt on, of National Hank, this city. Mrs. Lucy SHQES, &c , was never more complete and our prices are in cories-HeazlI'M Huston and Miss Ida Childress, Mr. Kcntuckian. ' this place, and Drown, of Mt. Vernon. of Lincoln, Mrs. Waller pondence with the haul timt-.The iNTKltlOU Joi'ltNAI., ill lt-- now Willie Childress and Miss Hosa OwChenault, of Fort Scott, Kiu... and '(iu ox, is to protty as a summer girl, ens. A large iiumlxu- - of friends par& HUBBLE, OC Humphrey nudson. of Doyle. and, as usual, as bright an a new silver took of tho elegant lunch, which was The grip is raging in this communiJSGet a first.class dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel whenjou come served after the ceremony. dollar. Advoeatg. Frank Smith, of Peru, Ind.. fell dend n ty. S5nPrhl Hi.m,r - r m lown Wo learn that Mr. Kph Hansel will - ,,,,r,l ,i,,,i t c The Illinois courts have decided that Iwcome a candidate for school sujiorin-tondon- t, Ed Minor will start up his grist mill while praying in church. On and after May 1, Winchester will he the Interstate Commerce law Is not subject to the nomination of Friday. a dry town, unless the saloon ninnl strong enough to punish railway J. C. Eubanks had a steer ' tho republican parly. Will Davis, a who violate It. AImiiii the only teacher of many years though no work ,ho "sual technicalities on the peo experience, is a to fall into his thing the whole IiilcrMnto Commerce candidate as well us Mr. Dooley, also a harm was done. I,le machinery is good for Is to enable su- - toucher. With three such formidable : J. J. Walker, Mack Eubanks and J. Heavy snow, de'aying railroad trsflic, d I olliloiiin to hold olllce. applicants tho Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, il!. F. Hlgney left with their mules for the ,ms fa'le Incontest will bo warm A Wyoming. Montana, lown and South Da- The city of Haverhill manufactured deed, but a nomination is as good as an South few days ago. 11,111,1(20 pairs of shoos last year. This iu yS?4? ill Mosdamos Emma Tartar and Maggie kola, election, as tho republican majority is beats tho record, and becomes tho high so large It can not be easily overcome. Floyd, of I'ulaskl, aro visiting their sis - ' An Iowa man has traced tho McKinleys HI ... j tlit Macduffs. He will doubtless water mark for till Massachusetts Wo trust that the voters will look to tor, Mrs. J. A. Hammonds. towns. Hrocton, Haverhill's most for- tho welfare of their homes and only There have been over $1,000 paid out expect to lay onto n government job for midable comjHitltor, made 11, 121,S7. vote for moral, upright men when till- at Danvillo this year for freight on ' l"s pains, pairs. When Mrs. Webster Cute caught an ing the various olllcos that will Ihj va mules from this vicinity going South. The atsoned valuation of Hoston cant. Ed Minor and little daughter have objectionable young man with her (laugh 1, and tho aver this j ear Is j7.1,0l-1,.1Mrs. M. J. Miller, Jr., and Mrs. gone to Louisville for a few days, ter, at Hartford, she liirew hot water on I , &3TAII Farm Products taken ii xchan.; age j early iucroaso Is found to be over Georgia Uice visited Stanford. Mrs. Hiight Swinobroad has returned from hh" and nearly scalded him to death. $17 000,000. Jolin Wa ter,a Hender on Negro, aged Dave Thompson, of Garrard, attended Jacksonville, lia., much pleacd with 02 years, drank seven cups of whisky in his trip. tho burial of hor mother, Mrs. James Hairows, an attendant at tho seven minutes, and died 15 minutes uter. I near hero hist week. Win. Spencer Asylum for the insane In West m IN 1 HIS VICINITY. The bartender who gave him the iipior h . . candidate for assessor, has movVirginia, was beaten to death by an in-wi be ed his planing mill to town. Miss May-ti- e E.S. Pitman shot and killed Henry li' 'r. Whitney and his bride are going to Weber has returned from a visit to Wibnn in drunken row iu Hell county Thoiiiiii IlathHwny, aged 15, and Sallie adopt tho modert and good old style of MiddleslKjro, accompanied by hor sist Pleasant Moody shot and mortally Sweeney, two yearn hi junior, eloped from and son, wounded Lafayette Powell in Madison love in a cottage, i hey have just bought Huntington, W Va., and ter, Mrs. James Hobin-oone iu Now York for s2o0,000, and will William Weber. Mrs. H. L. Thomp- county. weic married. furnish it iu unpretentious way. Moses Helton, in Hell county. accidentNathan Huddloston, mid wife, of Duh son 1ms been quite ill with In grippe. Mrs Kcbecca Holonder, of Rrncken is ally shot and perhaps fatally injured his A A hti, lud , who have Jmt celebrated their Mrs. Nancy Hooker, of county, is 1)7 years und is the mother of golden wedding luivu never been five visiting hor sister. Mrs. M. C. Wil- daughter. oight children, I t grand chi (iron, 55 mile from the lioune they were marriud liams. Mrs. Huston McFerran has James Hallard, an aged .Nfndison conn great The Increasing1 demand for a dally newspaper at a prlco which puts It nnd one great-grerented tho residence of Dave 'obiter. ty ftirmer, was thrown fioui a hor.--o and within the reach of every person in Kentucky. Indiana nnd Tennessee. in. grand-chilcounty In Kentucky and has been met by the Louall of whom are living perhaps fatally injuied isville l'ost. This comMore than 30 muinliurs of the Chicago Dr. A. G. Lovell, a State commission'Southern Indiana; has a A New Albany, Ind, preacher, nnd n plete afternoon dally will special staff correspondent Mrs Thomas llirni, of Cnuip Nelson, bar aro Negroes. The tlrst Negro to Iks er to thu Nashville exposition, went to In Washington, nnd thorsend the Evening Tost great temperance worker, was caught every Week day in tho ough and reliable men at admitted to the bar in the State of Illinois Louisville hist Wednesday to attend a was burned to death while filling lamps drinking whisky in r Louisville saloon year to any address, by Frankfort. Full market meeting of the board. iu front of an open fire. wns Lloyd Q Wheeler, who was ndmitted reports, mall, postage paid, for t'2. choice miscellany, short stories, womThe Evening l'ost Is tho Tom Marciim shot himself at James- Ho ndmitted tho charge, after it was proPor the Hall in 1809. brightest and best afterven on him, but tried to palliate the ofan's page, all the sportCdltlon of the Two Negroes arc iload ami n half dozen town with suicidal intent, but failed. The noon dally In the South, ing news. Editorially tho A murderer in the penitentiary in Infense by saying he was slumming. strongest paper in tho Evening Post. prints the fult Assoit diana, who will be pardoned out in a few others are badly wounded as the result of ball wus extracted by surgeon South. Neatly printed on ciated Press dispatches, At Mnhony City, Pa., a man returned A lien went to roost on the trucks of n by corresupplemented fino paper. tight at a church in Chicot Send tor his wife, who since his a froofor-iil- l days, will remarry every homo in time to see his wife kissing her spondence from sample copy. Address Kentucky Central smoking car at Mays iinprioonnicnt, lias been divorced, married county, Ark. whom he didn't know Ho ro EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. William Liebold, a telegraph messenger vi e and Kept her p ace until tho train brother, and widowed fused to listen to any explanation nnd CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. boy at Lmcaster, Pa, has stolen and pu'led into Lexington. As f.ue for tho Melton, Marian For love of IMward bout into insensibility tho wife nnd bioth-o- r spent N.00O since October and is now in ride Conductor W II Kirby had her conSmith and llorthu Floyd fought at .Oca hi, Ho then killed his little daughter and verted into a stow. Fin , and the foi iner wns mortally wound- jail without a penny. fools at Harrodsburg skipped Thirteen young .Solomon Seal, of Hancock county, ed. The girls who aro about IS years old Charles Taylor, colored, who was nr and members of respectable families, have Tcnu., died nt the ago of 01) yeius. He have formed a Suicide Club. At mid rested at Frankfort on the charge of murticcn iufatuutud with Melton for eomu leaves 20 children, 10 and night on December 31, 1897, thoy will dering Nellie Shipp, bus confessed that draw from a box containing 12 whito 10 mouths ho lobbed, outraged nnd murdered her No burial place would permit tho body balls ami ono black ball and tho member Not a mile of railroad track was laid Tho Negroes at Frankfort threatened to South Dakota, of Hob Laughlin, the JJrncken county drawing tho black 0110 will take his own lynch him, but could not screw last year in Nebraska, their cour-ag- o life during the year. Wyoming, Nevada, Arizona, New Mcxl. murderer, to rest in it, so his carcass was to the sticking point co, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, placed hi a gravo in a horse lot John Adams, Kankakee, 111 , aged So, President H D. liingo, of tho Kentucky A hell boy at tho Lindoll Hotel, Si Ithodo Island, Connecticut, Idaho, and Press Association, has appointed O. i Is getting young again He was toothLouis, found a pocket hook containing Meiicham, II. A. Summers, E W. only one mile in Kansas. of superbly appointed less, bald and almost blind for years, and reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icmid was honest enough to give il A switch engine up in Massachusetts Uroy Woodson and Loving W. very suddenly a change came over him through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattaran away tho i tiler day and wiecked a to one of the clerks It proved to bo tho Gaines to bo delegates to the, Nationd and now ho can sec pretty well, is cutting nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, train in front of it. Then it reversed its property of a Colorado millionaire. Editorial Association, which meets at his teetli and his hair is beginning to and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to KnoxviUe, Hot bpnngs direction and smashed a train behind it. Dr F A. Iirowcr, of Heading, Kan., Galveston, Texas, Feb. 10. II. E. Wool grow He prayed almost incessantly for and Ashevillc; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe Now it is discovered that its number still drives tho horse which ho rodo as a folk, of tho Advocate, and Charles Dobbs, the change. and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and and a cava'ryman during tho war. Tho animal of tho Louisville Times, are among tho was 131. Unlucky botn A forco of men is searching for the body San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, going. is 41 years o d and thu doctor c aims it is alternates. of Miss Polly Feltper, who has been miss via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Maj. Glitter, who made his millions t lie o,dust horse in the world Philip C. Bonn, a formor Louisville big from her homo in Leslie county, Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati 2lS ML v- Tho end of the I uhan war seems in merchant, died from tho eilecs of carbol- sinco Jmiuary 2. She went to Ilyden on with even accommodation to patrons. jra. making cigarettes, has bought.thc proper Free Parlor gSt ty adjoining his magnificent hotel in sight AN Y. Word cub cgnuu sny8 ic acid taken by mistake, it is eaid, for that day to spend a week, and at iho end Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa Kichmond, Va , ami will build one of the that Spain has accepted tho mediation of paregoric. of that time, when her father went after tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and B finest theatres in the South. b'uchu bui d- - the U S. and is wi ling to pardon the insurA Nashville man committed suicide her, It was found she had not been at Hy. Chattanooga. lug is badly needed in the capital of tho gents and grunt most of their demands if when his daughter, who had been sup. don at all. Some of her clothes were Chaa.'CT.Zell, . W. O. Bmearion, I Q. P. A.. Cincinnati, 0. they will ay down their arms AgU, Cincinnati. 0 found in the mountains. Old Dominion. porting him, decided to marry. W. ' i Tho W. O. T. U. will moot with Mrs. V. Nosbltt next Wednesday. Tho wlialo visited our town last Ttiuxliiy. Many persona viewed It wliilo hero. Tho l.ullo.V aid society mot with Mrs. ill .Smith yesterday afternoon. This society Is now about four years old. Hugh Miller, proprietor of tho Miller House, has added a handsome now rig to his livery outllt for (he accommodation of the traveling public. cx'x-ctiii- Greece had only soven wise men, Mrs. Dr. J. M. Clark has been on tho sick list for a few days, but is hotter Lancaster has eight, if yon leuvo it to post M. W!MMi2!2MM3 UODGRCAKinG w koii wns Million Wi.f1n.iw1nt' V. John- ...,! .,,,,.,1 2 J. C M'CLARY J ::?. store-hous- e. well-know- n f ' Practical Trimmer, Embalmer ancl Funeral Director. - I T'.r'lflOf l f iost-ollle- e. I Cum-i-bol- l, , STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. President. Kl.K-.nlo- Hli.c-tJra- -- 7 J wull-know- , n I j I -. I ; . r'-.- . , ; ..... y) aofor j i J' Y"'"''"!'?'''"' - fflmrfM&tfM0Jtik woe' Mffm W)AJ Mnmtovmvmmma fflWWTySfflfJi. m. "" ; A WORD TO YOU! Hardware, Chinawara, Dry Goods, New to-da- y dro, 1 1 ,,1 I an:i,Z''','U:r? ey, S CDDfC 1 -- Uiarii , -'- j .j. olll-el.i- ls 1,100-j.xmn- d ice-hou- se I 'PwV ': StS;?2:;pfp L 11 I hk I lsr &zMQ Buy your Coal now before it 1 goes up, for the Winter. i w I m Snod-gras- s, J Mo-No- i J. H. BAUCHMAN a OO. ir I pro.-ecui- " 11 ! n, Lntli-ttitlturgt- 1111 Hux-ollvUl- o. MIL! PAPER FOR $21 YEAR! grand-childre- n 1 at d, 11 THE grand-childra- n THE Queen &Crescent route e Whit-teuior- e, uSjW ;gjjggMf M?iVyltK iar M, ir,yjTin-- j i .,,.... i, 'njiiHHiirMrii-irnB-""fYirt"- 't The electoral college met nl Frank- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., AV. Jan. 15, .S97 P. WALTON. M t! ira i: will succeed the Tall Sycamore from the Wubasdi in the U. S. Semite. He was 'nominated by a vote of GO to 2T) for all of his opponents and a nomination In tho Indiana Legislature is equivalent to election. He has never held any military or civic ollice and has no legislative experience, but he Is a died In the wool republican find can be counted on to help carry out all of that party's designs on the masses In the interest of the elass- y es Bv tho way, It is McKlnlcy intends to given out that subordinate everything to the passage of a high protective tariff bill, having It is said, determined to hold up appointments if necessary to carry his democrats point. And yet helped to elect this man to the presiWas there ever such a travdency esty in politics? Pity that they alone could suffer the consequences of their act, but unfortunately this is not the case. The whole country must suffer because of their traltorlous action. C. V. Fairbanks nnd one for Bryan, alter W. B. Smith had demanded that the charges in the notice of contest against him be withdrawn, winch was done, as the notice was a joke any way they said. The two hindmost republican candidates for electors, JIowcs and Wedding, had their claims submitted to a vote and Wedding won 10 to 2. Howes was cIiommi as messenger to take the vote to Washington over a This is the first field of outsiders. electoral college ever held republican in Kentucky and God grant it may be the last. fort Monday nnd cast 12 volea for Mc-Kinle- y semi-oiiieiuu- W. Baii.ev, the eloquent young whos' from Texas, Congressman speeches for the democratic ticket here and elsewhere, were the best and fairest of the campaign, has been chosen to succeed Mr. Crisp as lender of the minority in the House. It is an admirable selection. Bailey is the brainiest man in Congress. J. ed 1 act giving circuit clerks $5 In felony cases Is unconstitutional. This will decrease the expense for criminal prosecutions many thousands of dollars, which Is now $2C0,000 annually, but the clerks will consider that they are the victims of tough luck. The court of apiwals decides that the running off with a somewhere else In orprisoner to a jail der to protect him from mob violence has been brought to a short stop by The practice of I Kansas has just celebrated an anniversary of Its admission to tho Union who means business. and no one will deny her right to jubilate since she has turned her back on CONGRESSMAN MONEY, of the Com - republicanism and joined the demomittee on Foreign Affairs, has returncratic ranks. ed from Cuba, whither he went to investigate matters so that he could act A large watch factory at Canton, more Intelligently thereon. He says O.. lms failed riirht under the nose of the insurgents possess the entire coun- the advance agent of prosperity. try and that Spain has no earthly is not living up to the promises chance of subduing them. He further of his shouters during the campaign. states that Consul 'General Lee told him to tell the Secretary of State that POLITICAL. the rebellion could not be suppressed and that a continuation of the war United States Senator Perkins was re- meant only further loss of life and elected by the California legislature. property without result to Spain. Gen. The electoral vote is finilly settled at Lee denies this very strenuously 272 for McKinley and 175 for llryan. and unless the Congressman Is IncorPennsylvania has a Negro in her elecrectly quoted the question of veracity toral college, the first ever bo honored. will have to be fought out. A bill has been introduced in tho IlliMc-Kinl- ey Judge Cantrell at Frankfort. Threats of lynching a Negro murderer and being made the county judge ordered him to be taken to Lexington, but Judge Cantrell countermanded the order and told the sheriff that It was his duty to protect the prisoner and he must do so at all hazards, summoning as many men as he needed, the judge himself among tho number if necessary. "This is no child's play," he continued, "No man shall be lynched here while this court Is In session. That prisoner must be protected. He shall not be mobbed. He will not be mobbed." And he was not mobbed, nor will he be. All that is necessary to protect prisoners is for the olliccrs to have some backbone arid a judge ra-ipl- st The larruping that the Courier-JournIs getting all around for Its desertion of democracy has at last touched a tender siot in Its epidermis, and It bellows like a stuck calf in its issue of the 14th. This is a good sign since It shows that It has not lost all of Its Ideas al requiring contestants for tho ofllco of governor to give bond for J26.000 beforo tho contest. This will knock Tillman out Harrison says: "Sccreta ry Olney has made for himself a record for able statesmanship of which ho may well bo proud. His administration of tho office will long he remoinbered as that of a capable, strong official." E. V Smnlley, who enjoys tho confiMcKinley to a dence of President-elec- t bo sup cinrea-onabl- y 1'reat extent, and with authority, sas posed to be speaking tjathe will foico tiritl legislation by , and that with holding nppointment-!the tarifl will bo paramount to anything else The general arbitration treaty between the United Slates and Great Britain signr..M ll... ITtiitml n ....- eui.uy secretary rl uiiiuy i" States and Julian Pauncofoto for Groat Uritnin binds tho two nations for a term of five years to refer all diflerences to a court of arbitration. King Oscar ot bwe- den, has consented to serve as the final arbitrator in case tho others fall to agree on one Tho treaty consists of 12 articles Senator Lindsay rushes into print to do clare that he shall not help to run the McKinloy administration, unless ho is asked for advice. As he has been shut out of the democratic caucuses the public Is curious to know what Senator Lindsay will do with himself. He is one of the bad Bills that the democrats are no longer responsible for -- HopUinsvitlo nt Ken-tuckia- n. J 1 W Bmghnum so d to M S. 100 Imrrc s of corn in the crib at Bungli-ma- n -- A POSITIVE- - 10 E-t-- ay NEWS NUGGETS. at Mun-cic- , An inmate of tho of 150,000. Iud , has received a legacy M rs Ellen Hardlo, of fircloville, O , fell in a fit on a hot stove and was fatally burned Oliver Harris, of Vnnceburg, fell from his horse while drunk and broke both legs and arms There is going to bo a fox Hunt in Pennsylvania soon, with nine foxes and 500 hounds Ellen Beach Yaw. the phenomenal young soprano, died on thn stage ot liing ampton, N Y. Express and railroad companies oiler r their employes Sl.OCO for each thin killed by them At Pottsville, Pa., four men wcro killed and a boy fatally injured by dropping down a mining shaft Four persons were killed and another injured by the explosion of a torpedo magazine at Shamokln. Pa News of the massacre ot several British consuls and nearly 250 native carriers in Africa has been confirmed. Near Knoxville, Thomas Davis, in a general family row, threw n rock at h's son and killed a little daughter. poor-house present prices. What is tho matter with insuring It beloro doing so ? G. M Givens shipped to his brother, James V Givens.at Lexington, Mis., n car- load of horses and mulos which he All broken lines must be sold, affordiiv; the greatest Money Saving bought in tho Vist End. Chances ever offered. Look at this column. of rultoimtfc Jones shipped a 5 UK), one to mules to New Oiloans, at Grcimtiburg. On , at t7."iaud one to Eutaw, Glasgow 100 Ala, at from i'M u Times Dave Prowltt, bought of Jeremiah Ilhintl a bunch of stock ewes soon to lamb at Two Ladiea' Vests. A Ladies' Corsets 2.30 T. I). Chesnut sold to J S. John13 SOpound shoals, nl He, and a bunch son Five yards of Ribbon. Five yards of Unbleached Canbutcher cattle at l!. Advoof ton Flannel. cate Five yards of Aproii Check Samuel Reynolds, of Lawrence, Kan , Five Pairs Good Heavy Cotton has tho largest Vandiver pippin apple tree Gingham. is 40 years old and measures Socks. known. It Five yards of wide Bleached or 12 feet in circumference nt the trunk. Its Good, Heavy Undershirt (or boughs spread over a circle 100 f.eet In Brown Cotton. Men. diameter. Josh Jones, of Lincoln county, has Wen One pair Lace Pillow Shams. buying Two Ladies' Heavy Vests. In the vicinity for a day or He tells us that he bought 40 cattle steers east of town at from 2 to 3c, nnd that Will arson has bought about For 49 Cents we will rive you pair I.ace Curtains. 2l2 yard, or a 40 for him in other parts of the county Black, White or Grey Corset. Josh don't look much blue financially, and apperus to be satisfied with his country. -Somerset Paragon A 250 pound hog came to my Owner can get it farm a fowdaysngo by paying for iccp nnd th a notice. J. W. Uatighinnn. J M Forsythc, of Mercer, Miy she will hum his tobneco bcfoi o ho "ill take tho TEARING DOWN OF PRICES I - ctir-lo- J25o Each 25c Each. ftl ill ,H 1)00-poun- d to ld RELIGIOUS. Special Prices in Ladies' Cloaks, of decency. of Anarchist Altgeld, abruptly adjourning to prevent its delivery. This goes to show that all Legislatures are not of necessity bad. The Illinois Legislature sensibly clined to listen to the farewell address de- Senator Lodge proposes that Congressional Record be abolished as a nuisance. We object. It makes such good mail wrappers that we could not do without it. Then too it Is so handy for starting fires. :' t jumped on Editor Hearst of the Journal beoause he wasn't there and could not defend himself before the body if had been, now wishes he hadn't. Another Congressman from the golden coast lit in to hlra and showed that ho had tied, from the East to escape prosecution for high crimes and misdemeanors. In his rejoinder the first mentioned admitted the charges and cried like a child, while telling Congress that he was trylnpto be good so as to live down his youthful indiscretions, but he received little sympathy. As silently as he stole away from the editorial sanctum of the Glasgow Times, J. M. Richarson has crept back and In a line announces that he is editor again and that Ellsha Dickey will be his business manager. Every quill driver In the State will welcome this prodigal's return by killing the fatted calf and eat, drink and be merry. New-Yor- k THE California Congressman who Li wrote to the Jackson day celobraters that "Democracy Is not disorder." Of course not. No one but a fool would say so. Democracy is decency and stands for tho constitution and good government. The president is mighty'late In finding out "where he is at," if he still claims to bo a member of the democratic party. Pi.RTOT.Avn legislature to reduce railroad fare to cents Twenty-sevenew governors have taken hold this month and ?,0 legislatures are pretending to be at work In pjiso Ycrbes U made Senntnr, it is said that Wilmoro, late district elector, will be appointed collector of this district. Mr Quay simply called the roll on himself, discovered himself overwhelmingly oppo.-c- d to Wan winker, and announced the vote. Clovei port N likely to have a Xogro for postmaster, as that race predominates there and a primary to settle the question has been agreed on. Senator Mills got hot in the collar in dkcussing the Cuban war and used Inn gauge more appropriate to a convention of Texas cow boys than to the U. S Sen ate. Senators Vest and Pngh undo speeches during tho executive session against the nppointment of. Secretary Francis No action was taken on tho appointment. A bill has passed tho House and will probably pass tho Senate making it law-fu- l after July 1 next to send written on private nostal cards with stamp attached The Union Pacific and the Central Pacific railroads now owe tho government in principal and interest $121,310,878, by a mortgage second to one callnois- 2 n Should the weather permit Eld. J. T. Blankets, Comforts, Mens' and Hoys' Clothing, Sharrard will preach ai Hubble Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sum Jones, who is preaching in Boston, says that city is just a little nearer hell than he has ever been Near Little. Rock, Ark , the pastor of a Baptist church fell out with one ot his deacons and sent him to kingdom come Eggs and Feathers taken at the highest market prices at the Louiswith a pistol ball. ville Store. There will be union meeting at the M. E church Sundnv night in the interest of the American Biblo Society I)r George Savage will be present The will of Mrs Saiah B Withcis, of Bloomington, 111 , gives 3.i 00 to the A.URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Presbyterian church at Nlcholasyille, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Ky , to found a public circulating library. Elder J T. Sharrard will preach at Branch Stores: the Christlnn church Sunda morning on the subject: "The Operation of tho Holy Spirit in Conversion " No preaching at Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, night Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, McKlnlcy will be the t' ird Methodist and Franklort. Ky., Mauckport, Ind. ,ir..siilpnt of the United States Of tho . . ,.. hnve been Episcopalian, six old boy at Lonisa was given others, eight A breaking Presbj terians, two Unitarians, ono Ihris a year in tho penitentiary for tian and one into a saloon and stealing whisVy. The Baptist Recordersays that the & "o . have settled Bamberger, Bloom expulsion incident goes to show how at 50 cents on tlo with their creditors To think how many and varied arc the artiter- - modern sanctlfloationiim is antagonistic dollar and the assignment has been cles which are kept by an druggist ? to church life. It causes division nnd minntnd liv mi order of court Brushes for the teeth, brushes for the hair, whenverit shows itself. This, Tii l.mlv of the girl robbed, ravished Xcgro fiend, i f is enough to condemn tho doc brushes for the bath, brushes for the h mils. and murdered by tho young ruin, so far Charles Taylor, of Frankfort, was found, j trine Its spirit is to rule or Sweet scented soaps, sweet scented essence, Pools are now being soli on me Jack a w have bad oniiortiinity to see it. sweet scented powders lor the wardrobe. Hot a rule, so son and Walling hanging, odds being giv Those who get saiictllltd aie, ah . . ilinv iint swinir. intolerant of opposition that it is practiwater bottles, bottles for babies and bottles of en ot turcc u om; .!. ". the poor cally impovible to gut along with them in medicine till you can't rest. If you'd learn John L Sullivan lias taken We believe in .Bible debtor's oath. During his time he bus church life more about our variety you'd come here often- but those sanctified according to earned over 5300,000, but now he hasn't Penny's Dkuo Stokk. er. Come to see us. Scripture never give 'rotihle to thoir a do lar make any profiion Kieinhans ."c Simonson, proprietors of brothri'n;thoy never never piofuw tho Mammoth clothing and furnishing of thoir own goodness they decided to to bo sanctified goods store, Louisville, havo retire from business and will sell out their Jtucklin'g Arniai b'nlif. establishment at once brHltw i ul In lha w.irM fur n. N. Hart, a traveling salesman Augustus w.rs IWIer, bi- iiWts lt rlii'iiiii, t.hui.iaiiH wm ami M skin nwJ.Mi of Davton. O , has entered suit against mowy Mrs Isabel E Koliolit 11V1S lor :iira,ti iKlveiwrfwtiUliii-iliH.idamages for breach of iroinise of main- - fiuulil. I'rke3Scriitriiux. iorwioy Miliollierla, lrtiio;Ut. . age. Mrs Davis is a wealthy resident Advertising prices is a little out of our line of business but to I)a The True lltnmbj the East End and the wife of Roger W M. ltoplne, eililor Tl.kllwa, III . "I'liler," VIS, an artist without Dr. KIiikh won't Urn hull- CARPETS, MATTINGS OIL CLOTHS. THE LOUISVILLE AND rob-he- ST0RL. ! 15-ye- ar Free-think- er Did You Mor-riso- n Ever Stop all-roun- d iilf. . i' l sancti-licatio- n; ( ,;,, r r .. - MlW ! 1, "' u FARM RND TRADE, J W. Bauglim.in sold to B G Mys "Wu Now IHsomery fort'oiuuniptloii, con-finni- ng Fox six mes-sac- es 14 vl li Si I! ing for 401.623,512. IT is to be hoped that Senator Hill's The Now York Journal publishes a list of all postmasbill to make the terms of 20 banks that failed between Dec. 15 ters four years will become a law. In and Jan 5, with liabilities exceeding olllces esiecially a man the fourth-clas- s 21,000,000 Since then fully ns many hardly holds on long enough to leain is llred. The have failed with as much assets. the business beforo he Hon Waitrnan T. Willey, of Morgan public is not so much Interested In the postmasters as they are in town, W. Va , has held ofllco of one kind politics of and another almost uninterruptedly since their skill and dispatch. 1840. Now at the age of 85, ho retires d A. Viou:tt Is a from tho county clerkship to private life. James geranium. He was too good la, Tlio Pacific Railroad funding bill was Winter to voto for Blackburn for the defeated in he Hoiiho by a vote of 102 to U. S. Senate but ho wasn't too good to 1G8, an adverse majority of 00. Tho bill accept a nomination for county judge has been beforo Congress for a dozen on tho republican ticket In Franklin. yeais. 15erry, Evans and Hunter voted But he is not the onliest one. There against it. are others. Maj. Jacob Crosth wait, an ardent silLoulsvlllo Post, ver man, who died at Connersville, left a rtito. Knott, of tho tvnk u. dav oil' and reproduced editorials provision in his will that the haso of Ida to tho monument should he covered with silver from former issues, In opposition to reform postal abuses, and inscrihed: "Frco Silver at tho Ratio Loud bill ...v.ii, i,.. nassed the House. A glance of 1G to 1." The House of Representatives of Ten nt them shows that tho erratic editor neeso by a vote of 53 to 85, passed the hill is wrong as ilsual. sweet-scente- voting mules at 105 Fifty nice 80 pound shoals for sale. Charles II Singleton, Crab Orchard J. O Johnson, of Boyle, bought in the Free Pill East End a bunch of fat heifers at 3jc your wMkm to II. II. Iluckleii A (b., W. P. Robinson bought the first of the Semi Ktt a frou Minplo Ixix or Hr. hliu; New unit , iriUl Will CUIIVllire OU men ii.y. 1.1 10 I'lllS. week a bunch of butcher cattle at 2Jc. howl pill ura easy in action ami uio lurtlcu-larllu. this year elleelivuln the euro of iimitliulloii ami Mck Montana leads all other States ami l.lver troiihle tliuy Ilru'liu'lia Knr wool, with 21,530, havo been roetl Malaria Invaliiahlo. They urKUaraiiteiil in the production of to loiicricelly Ireolrom uwry deleterious MllwUiuu 013 pounds Tlioy do not uakn anil to U) purely loin; u by Joo Coffey bouahtof vnrious parties in amitheir action, but by 'vin tho Mem.loiiiuiliur bowel greatly luvlKorutu by W II. M.. Unbelts, City section a bunch of butchthe Shelby lto iic per box. sold lnugKlila er Rtiift at 21 to2ic Fon Sal. - Good broke mules ready for A Cure jor Lame Hack the market and 35 nice shoats M. S. "My da .glittr when recovering from an attack of fever, was a great sultiier Iroin pain in tho batk Baughman, Stanford write Unuleii (irover, of hardls, Ky. Baughman, of tho West End, sold ami hlpV number of ruuicdics without J K. Alter u.liiK'l"lll-'load any Unelil she tried ouu bottle of IiuiiiIk rlain'rt to Shrivers, of Pennsylvania, a car I'mn llnlin and It has given eullio rullel " Pain Halm ssaJsoa certain euro for rlicn of yearling mules at Jlo. old by I'ralj A llockor, liuelts iiih matisni associuuoh The Gormantown made an assignment. The liabilities are Thn rorre&.tlvo ladlia of Wtutcrllvlil 'ew llSsCtS n 'Womaii'H IMUloii' uflhu Westerrieltl lii.-- boar ..UAH " 1..IL.' n't.. tiufib ilmililn tho i. i ...ill. Mrs J P Reed, of 111011,0.10,11 which the w made 2,200 .........la nf . hllttLT . UOU1 SIX ..--liiwluirn Iruui u mrretiMiiilelil Uihiii a matter editors . . of rliit.Kl that it truaU 'lllllllllld remedy for four ot tiicm ueing ni imiKiriMiirn u, tliulrixix: '1'nu t cows in the past year, ami llroneliitii that hau leen able Lroup t'oliU young heifers. to filial U Cliainlieilulii'i CoiikIi llemmly. lor famulailly rucomeml It. ij A. Lackey has rented to J II ily uu it ha no eciial. JIon.G and W. II Simpson nine acres ami Wc Imttlvs for .ile by C'raU ' Crutchfield patch of land to he used as a watermelon rorooni who nro troubled with Imlixiwtlon will at SIO per ni.ru. u lllU.ruale(1 , llu experience of Win II. 1'eiin VtaCO, t.uii.ftitrk In the railway mail Mjrvico at Dm Motu at nuCKcr, llentoil & Co., millers to totifv iv'ninrn Iowa who writes. It uivt mo havo recoiveu a Sllipuicuw m ..o.v... jq t)io Wlir,()f cliaiiilrlulii Colle I'holera ami I havo ullere.l Tor two year per Dlrrahoen lteim-lwheat for WHICH thev II4IU J1021 vrllli lniU;elloii ami am subject to rnMiiciit ntt.V claim that this Wheut IS origin in tho utomacli uml bowels. Ono or two iim. UUSIiei. J.UCJT "f ' remcily never tails towivo irfeet relief, of j.rutl . b,i W sold by Crain A llocker Drgu- cleaner and better than the prouuet ' Uuthi3 section. Chi-eua- I.mihIhrihI lolili i;x perlmcntiM wltli many inner., inn nver kh hi l)imv t rtut reineilv until wo iiawl Ir Klnu' Nt--' piaro try. No olliur rt'ineiy can uikti n sure in our a curtain ciiro for lioiiii', ix In ll wo lu CoiutlH, Colil. Wliooti lis (otitjn, etc" It I. lllo niiiwllcs, even If llieyura with in her to New WI oil joiliw Jliit IK Kil ut l'r KIliK's remThey ure not a..x(xj, lucainothi. licorer.rrconl of cnnii aiul Iroiilv I ijiianiiitcol edy ha., u It newr fulls to Mllfy. Trial bottle fret) at XV. II. lcltotTt' IirujjStort' u'l Keep Abreast With The limes Here we are with t Lenox Soap, $2 per box of 100 Cakes, or 3 cakes for Every Day Sjap, $2 per box of 80 Cakes, or 8 cakes for 10c 1 y Ui;u-la- Family Glebe Soap, $1.90 per box of So Cakes, or 10 cakes for. ..25c Ark Soap, S2.40 per box of 100 cakes, o 10 cakes for 25c Butter Milk Toilet Soap, 3 cakes for 25c White RoscTolot Soap, 2 cakes for jc flay 25c We have been selling soap at the above prices for over 60 days. HIGG-IN- S & McKINNBY. Stanford. Ky a C Dealers in Hardware, Groceries and the like, i l . .i Doors, Sash and Blinds, it 1 1 lliKler-l)rug-Klxt- Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Etc. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and.sized. Bcxing dressed one side all seasoned stock. ... y. - A. C. SINE, - - Stanford, Ky. IWf I .V. - til sms-- j .. J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., K. ( - Wantud.Hut'd. - 100 m huwhola m m of clover H. K. Tim Garrard circuit court was vorsuil in tho rc-- I Wcaren.it Son. of ludinirri unci tlnv Tiik cliouiiewt lino tiny iNNikd in town. ly. v ciiho of Mitchell vs. Kir-- i Mi.anic bookn, tablets, fine utation-ur- y ut loweht prices, Cards engraved, latest Htyle. V. B. McHoborts. Ep n A Jan. i$, Crultf & Ilockor. to .'till Shankd. 81 .. 1807 I Wtc will hj11 'Pi 1 1 yimniireo from ... ouiitd)or pound. WaI.TO.V, Itl'SINKsM M.VN.MlKlt. I Turkic tiro two free turnpikes in the R. Williams has rented his little We solicit your Trade lor the year just begun, guaranpupled by .1. V. Ciiminiiirt for rout. 1. county now and Highland Jim Carter sioro-rooto iniertniin who will open J teeing you Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. You should take your proscriptions to I'. Nunnullev. will ride himself to death, if somebody a miuu simp in .wonn.iy. ii i no gentlePenny's drug Htoro wticre prompt nud Stork-room- , with entrances both on doesn't head him. man lives at Ottonheini, but his name nor vice is giiii'iintoed Main and Ltincuster streets, for rent. TllKHK are nli.., . .,,..!.. f M,...l ifl uoh !l JnwliTOilker Ml W. does not . W. F. Walton. it. eounty in the lunatic asylum at Lux- - ,lUo,I1)t to Given as Low Prices as any cash house i i town. Give PERSONAL POINTS. us STICNOORAHIY and typewrit Ingdono ington. CiHniird has eight, Hoylo two T. J. Howi.lN Is preparing to bring aljcall. Thanking you for your patronage and soliciting a i Ckkkn, of Lexington, is here. correctly and reasonably at tho iNTKR-IO- und Rockcastle four. suit iigtiliHt two of his neighbors for continuance, I ?m Very Truly, JOCRNAI. ollice. V. W. WiTMKUS in in Corblu t his Kvkn with a half a million dinned slander to the tunu of ? 10,000, of which other Htoro. anon Meanwhile you can guess fw.. i ...i .... "'' n iintu.'.niiiuill, 4II(1UI Kconomist ranges at Higgins it i.iL ..iii.iiui i... William Fiki.dk wont to Cleveland, are the inoit popular stovo son county is worth less than half what who tho defendants are. ()., TtK'hday. Lincoln Is. Her iisser.sino!it Is 42,08.),- over sold in Stunford. Misk Annik wont to Alt. On Trial. James Faulkner is on Vernon yesterday. Tllic Somerset Paragon says that J. trial at Williamsburg for tho murder Miss Annik Ahiii.ock Ih visiting S. Wickersham is now tho proud par-oThk same directors us lust year woro of Win, Jones, but as all the evidence Mrs. V. H. Tray lor. of a bouncing lniy. for the First National is circunistuntial. it is likely he will be .Iacic Kot'T has been quitu sick with Hank, Tuesday. Their names appear acquitted. It takes very direct ovi- 1 AM overstocked on overcoats and to the la grippe for several days. advertisement of tho Hank on dence to make the average jury find u We have just opened a very semust sell them. The cash prices will our I tli page. M. 1). IIakdi.v, of Monticello, is with We are showing a handsomer verdict of guilty. surprise you. II. J. c.MHohorts. his sons at the St. Ataph. lect line of Check Jaconets, Check line of Cambric, Nainsook and .As tho show is a capital one and Is Continukd. Owing to tho illness of Dimitie's, Plaid India Linen, Miks Salmi: l'mi.i.ii'K is louchingn Swiss Edging than we havv. beeri TllK life sentence of J. W. Hugg for tho llrst of tho season, now over two- - Dr. Morris, the etiso against J. II. An- class in uiumIc at Livingston. able to show heretofore. tho murder of Win. Hoard In Mercer thirds gone, Old Furmer Hopkins demon for cuttiug him in the neck, was We Mibk Katik Lkb Ykaokk, of Danwas alllrmed by the court of appeals. ought to draw like a sticking plaster continued till he could come to court bought of an extensive emoroid-e- ry ville, is visiting relatives here. and the prosjwet is that he will. In the meantime Anderson is paying a Hon. K. C. Wahui'n wont to I'ine-vlll- e importing house and can show-bette- r Look! We have just put in a lino of If you want to man to guard him, us he had cither to Long Cloths, &c. on legal business Tuesday. Cook Stoves and Ranges, at prices to Thk murder of Mrs. William values than ever before. do your Spring Sewing now we stay in jail or do so. V. S. (JltlNHTKADhusboenslek suit ovorylnxly. Warren Rk of Mercer, seems to Iks another it Shanks. a You should see some of the new 'ii a for a week or more, but is out again. Come right on. Laughlin case. It is said husIN his account as receiver of the can supply you. To Pkintkus. - Wo htivo 1500 jKHindrt band was forced to marry that her patterns. Missus Fannik Shanks and Dollie her and thut Kings Mountain Canning Co., W. L. McKoberts are visiting in Richmond. of brovlor and nonpariul, which wo his actions havo been such as to war- McCurty credited his firm with $.'),i01.-7i- 1 Miss Polly Kimianks roturned will sell at 10c jor pound weighed in rant the belief that ho is the only permerchandise furnished employes of with Mrs. Dr. I'ieeroKubanks to 1'udu-cu- the eases. son, who would want to kill her. the company. When objections to the Yocr account at II. C. Ruploy's is Till. King Comedian Frank S. Davi. report, wore in order yesterday he was .1. R. Okndokkk, "lup," is inconordered by Commissioner R. C. Warduo and rundy for you and he wiilgrotit-1)- ; son We have everything in Laces Fifty pieces new style prints a:d his famous company of actors, ren to itemize all goods furnished and solable over tho los of two of his fox itpprocinto an early settlement. sluj.c.M, from the Cheap everlasting to fin- now on sale, Blacks, dancers in the brightest of all to whom and wus given till Saturday to hounds. Blues, Greys Don't put It oil. American comedies, in the new Old do so. Viss Nancy W'akhkn is very sick est Reds and Fancies. and revisat tho homo of her brother, W. S. A dispatch says that Madison coun- Fanner Hopkins A Skriocs Nkolkct. In NovemWarren. liHd no criminal eases on its docket. ed, up to date and a little lieyond will ty LINEN T0RSCH0N. and Miss Loley Fad-gi- If this is truetlhc John M. attor- be witli us Thursday night, 21. Get ber, W. T. Richardson, of Junction H. McRoberts". City, ojKjned a brunch store In Lexingwere married at Matthow I.etich's neys and the grand juries are not g your ticket now at W. ton by buying the stock of William Also new Valenccnnes and Bobi-n- et We are making imusually Low i j i U rduy. thuir duty. ON Sept. 1, 1WM, Stanford voted by u .1. IlATVIIiilt has movod his shoe Shields, giving his notes for same, ne Laces. Beautiful Patterns in Pricer on Cottons, both Bleach T. At our blacksmith shop you can got majority of .10. in a total of 21K). against neglected one important feature of Lex- these at 2c, 3c, 5c, sh to thobubomunt of II, J. Mc Roband Brown. Get our pi ices' before 7c, 10c, up. any kind of work done at tho very low- licensing saloons and a majority of the ington groceries namely, putting a saerts' store. buying. tax payers have since otitionod against loon in the rear, with a family entrance Mils. R. Williams took little Net- est prices. Ib'ineinlsjr we guarantee license, but in vain. TJireo sa- on Sunday. work und do not credit uiiyltutly. M. such Yesterday suit was filed tle Whito up to I'orbin to sou her loons nre now in full blutand u fourth, by Mr. Shields for ?227.8,1, S. it J. W. Hiiiighiiiiui. and attachjesterduy. to Ihj oiKJiiod by the colored merchant, ments wore issued against tho store in Mil. AND Mils. W. H. Shanks are MONKY To Hcrn. Jmlgo Wtillaco Anderson Curr, will Ihj added as soon as Lexington und the one In Junction sk udlng a fow days with her jHireuts li. Vtiruon has hulf a million dollars to license is procured. City. Herald. near Richmond. hum in this county on farms and city Dr. .1. S. Sparks, who used to keep property, live years time. N'ow is your It is a pleasure to know that our old A Gknics. Klder Joe Severance, tho Verandah Hotel at Nicholusville, chance. See him and get your part. friend, Clarence K. Woods is in the who is here enjoying his honeymoon, is committed suicide. harness again. He is now associute edSnow and rain havo tilled In the itor of the Richmond Climax, and not a genius in every sense of the word, Dr. Warder has Iwon pastor of the and the best part of it is, ho does not Chestnut Street Uaptlst church, Louis days since last issue, which havo been society editor, as tho Register spiteand dreary. Yesterday was sev- fully claimed, His salutatory leaves hide his light under u bushel. On the dark ville, for :t'l years. Is the certainty of fulfillment contrary "Joe" is very industrious and Mils. Hki.bN HcffmaN, of Huston- - eral times so dark that lignts were no doubt tin to "where ho is at" on the of each and every one of them. When you leave during the two weeks he has been here llle, Is visiting Dr. Leo F. Hulliiian. necessary where the eyesight had to be important questions agitating the your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranhe has worked on every lock, watch, Used to much extent. Lexington Herald. country and Is written in his best vein. sewing machine, cook stove, or anytee that you will have an accurate and reliable timeAt US. T. J. FoSTKK went over to Lkap Year has gone and another will thing of the sort in the Severance piece. p Tlcssainlnc yesterday to see Mrs. Thus. not dawn till 11MI, but A DANCl'.R describes the us household certain young that has lccn the least out Alt t calf, who is quite sick. the jolllest, the waltz as tho most of fix. Besides this he has photoDid it ever occur to you that more Watches are ladies of town are arranging to give J. li. GltKKN has rented from Hon. the gentlemen a big entertainment in graceful, the lancers as the most state- graphed the town ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? several times, helpJohn S. Owsley, Si, tho farm occupied the near future. It will Ihj a daisy and ly, the quadrille as the most old fash- ed In We have gained the reputation for miles around for the store, preached a number of by J. T. Uingamaii lust year. ioned, the jig as the liveliest, the clog good sermons and is now likely Ihj given in the OjH'ra House. about combest work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince Mil. S. H. Mahtin and daughter, as the noisiest, the cotillion as the pleting a cashier's desk for the store you. TiiKRi; has Miss Llertu, of Maretsburg, wore guo.t a gonoral shake up costliest, the skirt as tho most attracthat would be a credit to any cabinet in the Central Christian College at tive to men, the ballot as the shapeliest, of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. U'Huiinon. maker. If he can spare the time from Mary Lusk, Dow- tho Virginia reel as the merriest, the old daughter of Mr. Hiistouville. The his pastoral duties he may build himand Mrs. K. L. Tanner, Jr., of MoKln-iu- , el and Hendricksou have resigned and olka as the easiest and the schottis-ch- e self and handsome wife a cozy little died Tuesda. of whooping cough. their places have not yet Ikjoii tilled. It us the most trying on those who homo In Memphis and supply it with Mil. K. K. FfioTllKltOK. of llrodheud, is Mtid that Miv. J. F. Cover will till havo little idea of time. furniture, etc., made with his own Ho in one of the one of the chairs. was here Tuesday Oct of Wholk Cloth. The dis- hands. He can do so if he wants to. u.auy applicants jur ponlmaster of his Tllic sujervisorn raised tho assess- patch sent out by a Middloburg corresFrkkTcrnpikks. Tho fiscal court fow n. Did you know that we keep the purest and best drugs and will fill ments of l.S tax jmyers and are now pondent President G. C. Lyon had sat yesterday to hear (he report of the J. S. IIOCICKK, of the hearing fiom them thu reasons for giv- four menthat your prescriptions accurately ? Did you know that we don't charge armed to the teeth tit First National, now appears sails ing in their proHrty lower than last nearest Hiistouville on guardthe irate committee appointed to confer with as every the turnpike directors and ascertain much for filling them as some druggists ? If you didn't know moustache ind looks as young nti your. Tho incruiixo runs till tho way night to give the raiders a warm recep. these things, what they would sell at. from 200 to jj.,7fl0. The total asses-intlon, is, we are told by Mr. Lyon himTho Cut Oil pike offered to give up Ml!. AND Mils. W. A. TkiUHLK have for the county is l,070,Hl, self, absolutely without foundation. He tho road if the county will pay $1,000 n:otd into thnlr homo overlooking uguint 11 luftyour, about .$.100,- - ha? never even thought of such a of its $1.MX) indebtedness. town and tiro now enjoying the discom- 00O lee. thing, believing thut thu people of his Tho Hustonville it MoKInnev was forts of section tire and havo no de- turned over free to the county, which And you will be convinced. A dollar will go further with us than at For Ykkkks. Ropivsuiitutivo H. 15. I'aimjktt and son, R. I). Lm.ison sire to disturb or destroy private prop- owns most of the stock. any drug store in the State. Patent Medicines of all kinds a little F.idgett, of Wayne.iburg, were here King has declared for Yerkott for Sen- erty. Siich reports are calculated to The Knob Lick wants.$li1 a share of cheaper than anybody sells them. edncMlay. The old gentleman is ator. In hi curd Mr. King ntatos that an extra acssion should bo called. King do the community more harm than the $10. tu.iriug his bOth birthday. turnpikes. The West Knd people tiro S6 will The Stanford it Preachei-svlllMils. F. Rkid brought Miss Jose-hh.- e is the lirst member of tho General Aslargely for making pikes free, but not transfer to the county if it will pay the home from (ilemhilc, O., where sembly, with the exception of Senator by sneaking around' at night burning Indebtedness of $1,000. sho has been attonding school. She Linney, the original Ycrkos man, to toll gates and intimidating the keepHighland it Waynesbnrg offered to conio out openly for Yerkos. He was wtis not so well yesterday. ers. turn over if the county would assume Tun Climax sajs that Mrs. Susan formerly for Hunter. White, the mother of tho Into Col. R. F. Wutors sent us its indebtedness of $4.17 and its was acShootinu.-Jo- o TllK newscoines via Hiistouville that cepted, and the gates will be open X. White, who was her only child, celHrown, who married the widow of the following special: As the train (Ml birthday Friday. ebrated her Dealers InClark Cash and who went into busi- stopped at Paint Lick this morning, The Danville it Crab Orchard will Miss HAititihTT W. Glascock, tl o ness with his futlior-in-luFred Nantz and George McKinney were James J. take $S a share for its S7.1 shares of $o0 Delsartean artist, has formed the Wel- Dryo, formerly of this county, at Ar emptying their revolvers at each other, a share. lington Concert Co. and will give an firing ilvu or six shots. McKinkansas City, Kansas, has skipped with each The Stanford it Halls Gup wants $.1 a entertainment at Covington this week. $7,000 belonging to the llrni and caused ney was shot In tho right arm, Nuntz x share, with the exception of one batch escaping injury. McKinney has rentJ. K. Vkttku, the hustling advance Mr. Dryo to make an assignment. agent of prosporwo mean of Old Fared Nuntz's father's farm for tho lust of KUi shares held at $20. V The Stanford it Hustonville asks $50 mer Hopkins, was hero Wednesday arTklkimionk. There is a general de- two yours and they "fell out and fit" Agents for ranging for the coming of his compa- mand for ti telephone line to Stanford, over the settlement. It was a cool a share, which is par value. The Kingsvillo pike, with shares at ny on thclilht. and the Kddy folks believe that they piece of bravery on the purt of McKin$2.1, wants $15 a share. Miss Mary Ashi.ock has returned will bo able to run the lino in the ney, as ho walked right up to the tree Asa number of the pikes had failed s from a visit to her brother, Motzscar spring. A one, for tho 10 at dejiot from behind which Nnntz was to make propositions, the court adOpposite the Court-HousAshlock, at Lexington. Miss Hello lulled, would costal, ,100 and tho stock- dodging and shooting. Col. Charley journed till next Thursduy when a full HulTinan, of that place, returned with holders could readily get eight per Rodes and the rest of the passengers her and is now her guest. cent on their investment. Advocate. didn't crawl under tho seats of the rejiort will be made. Squirk A. G. Faulknkr had to coaches, but they didn't rush into the Misses Kona Courts, Georgia hurry home last flight to marry a couWruy and Maybello Fnyno, and Don "Old Farmkr Hopkins," In the battle. ple. Hardin, Harry Haughman und Jack person of Frank S. Davidson, will give Har Rooms. The council met TuesHcazley attended tho party given at a soliio at Walton's Opera House, Jan. day and granted, license to sell spiri21bt. The play is described as a laugh Lancaster to Miss Mary Hruce. vinous and malt liquors to W. W. S. Warren had a letter from John In every line and a perfect cyclone of tuous, II. Traylor at tho Carpenter House, A. T. Hlankenshlp, stating that ho wan merriment, with just enough tragedy, Is Receivinghis- G. Huffman at tho Myers Hou&e and D. married u few days ago at Hurbour-vill- sentiment, surprise, sensation, singing, N. Hall In Tommy Hall's btore-rooon Money to loan on Improtol city property or but ho failed to give his bride's dancing, excitement, realism, mechfarms in Stanfonl and Llticulu county al Lancaster street. Several of thocoun-cilme- u il percent . .i)alle Also I wll n anism, sunlight, shadow, philosophy nnitie. Mr. Hlunkenshlp is tho furnMi lomls for public or corjioRitlon otliclnlst wanted to restrict the business c' i.xcciitoi, .iiiiiini3irainror viiuruiaiu ui carpenter and contractor. and wit to please every one. Am agent for four of thu Iwst Kiro I when the local option to hotels, but surunct) Companies !oliitf lmilni" In Mary Hrittain came In on tho members saw that Hcenso would carry, kollclt luminal of pniiertv holders Kentucky anil All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. In Stanfunl. iloioi; lnnliiess hero. LOCAL Kingsvillo mail wagon us drunk as a they voted to let everybody open any lt.it en amoat other coiniunles K. VARNON, Agt. WAI.I..UK boiled owl and was taken to jail to so- - whore, saying that If it was revenue HERD TKE YOU 6hould see our 2.1c ledger. Craig bor up. J. II. Anderson, the dye wo tiro after let us get all wo can. The Puree Jersey &ED HQ&3, keoplng saloons In , Thoroughbred works man, helped to take her to the restriction against .c Ilockor. caboose, and when ho got there Mar basements and cellars was removed and My breoleM were selected from tho lest hcnls oi Rouail lumber and shingled for sale. shal Ncwiuud turned the keys also on Mr. Huffman will use tho room formerLONDON, KY., of tills famous lintil of swine In several States A II. J. MeRolHjrts. splendid lot of ilg ol ditlerent ages 13 r sale. II red him, on a warrant charging him with ly devoted to that purpose. Tho en- Keeps all klmU of Religious Ilools, Tracts, Papers wjws:.fUlty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Aildrcej eollcitoil Milk route- and wagon for cutting Dr. Morris. Anderson thinks trance must bo from tho street, how- - Ac., lor rale at publishers' prices. Hlhles 50 cents Dairy. . .....1 li... olntiiu.nif rfv. tlif, nfHmi and up. Mail orders promptly tilled and satisfacR. H. BRONAUGH, 1mi.u tion guaranteed u bargain. A. G. Huffman, it a Bcurvy trick on the part of the olll UVtT, IIUU Hl Bl """' sale ut Crab Orchard, Ky. W. S. JACKSON, London, Ky. 83 must be closed. cer and wont help him uny more. Stanford. m te ! nrmui Wurruit & i ............ IIiaaiNS & McKinnky havo added cauced No. to be over mjvcii hourri another line of cook stoves to their rnie w uuncjsiiiiy iitui all otlior tralim to btoek and can now suit anvbodv in hize be delayed. and price. (5 fhwuht wrecK on the .Southern FEW WORDS S TO YOU, ikSi Cash Customers j R , Ai-cok.- v in. W. B. MoBOBEETS. ii wM. mmmmmmmmE fmfMiil ut m White Goods. Embroideries. CAMBRICS, m Do-vin- e, m m h. Laces. Calicos, Cottons. Lv'-'-'- h tt pro-eoutl- COTTONS. do-lu- I fa-tl- ur SEVERANCE & SON. Baek of IVTy Promises V I two-ste- K-e- THOMAS DALTON. Iho-inonth- ri Mit-Mi- DID YOU KNOW IT ? two-juir-ol- d. 1 eiit 1 , liouso-ktH-plu- g. Give Us a Trial, CRAIG i law-abidi- e HOCKER, - B. K. to-du- y. WEAREN -- & SON w, m Farming Implements of all Kinds?4 Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c. Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. e. llrst-clas- tf H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERGHANT TAILOR-- MONEY TO LOAN. e, m well-know- roa.snn-aliloiatr- s. mmmmmMmmiEmM wj mmmew QUUE-QHACorrw-lHUldeii- to a. YT :! AFFAIRS. ui W. S. JACKSON, - "J THEINTERIOR JOURNAL ACCEPTABLE GIFTS. SUGGESTED FOR THE HOLIDAYS, BUT ALWAYS USEFUL. CARD LEAVING. riio etiquette of Today its Observed Our KtiKlislt Coast ns. MASSENET'S NEW HOME. by 1 $2 pier Articles Comcnlcnt l'rr lloth Sexes anil Easily 3Iado nt Iliiino Mtnuto Direcpaid S2.SO will lie charged. tions I'or Constructing n M'ntch Stnml, 3- - Wheu Ol ass rinliolder mill Case lor Neckties, Numbered with gifts thnt iiigcnions K. C LOCAL TIME CARD. woinouciin makout home nurl winch tiro Train leaves Stanford at 7. It) a. m ami returns at useful not ouly nt Christmas, bat en at 4:30 1. in. other occasions that call for n littlo L & N. LOCAL present, nro tho followiiiB, recently 12117 pm and illustrated in Tho Ladies' No. 2.Traln going North 3 13 u No. 26 " ." Homo Journal: 12 01 pm South " No.M " 1 03 p in . An nttractivo watch stand may bo No. il " &" mado by covering ono sidoof two pieces QUEEN & CRESCENT. of cardboard, flvo inches long and threo , wide, with tho matorial intended for TralnspasslJiinction CJty as follows: 3: p lining. On auotner pieco or uinteriai No7TSo"u"tirzri2'o-- "p w NoTa'Xortli 3 15 ' 12 W a 16 No. 3 "4 " 149pm " fi " 1131am " No 5 AT ykaxi ix .vr VAcac- - not-s- o , , 111 j 111 Nolo " Note tion City. Nos. 9 anil 10 " ......6 W a m ruii'no" further than JuncAll triins stop there. s:Wpm"10 is Y IT KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY- - 2 30 r. m. 735 via ououoltown. A. M. t 503 535 315 4 50 0 15 2 Oil rr 1 M I.tb Somerset, 12'0"J ' Jet. fit v. Arr Georgetown, I.v 10 30 ' Irankfort, o P. M. A. M. 835 G.W " c 00 5-- 400 8 30 JiT Arr Paris I.vo 0 I,allycw1lfeumbrcM,.nKncAW.(M'A. ROYAI IpYALSSi re j s V. and Galvanised Iron filters, Ualtaulzed and Mack Iron Hoofing of all kinds. 21-- tf embroider or paint somo design and then apply this to ono side- of n similar sized pieco of board. Cover a fourth board of tho sanio sizo and shapo with material to correspond to that containing tho ornnmciitation. Then gluo firmly togother tho uncovered sides of each of theso pairs so that yon may havo two boards having each sidoof n contrasting or harmouiziug color. Sow theso firmly together at tho top so that tho lining sides shall bo on tho insido and cover tho placo whero tho join is mado with a bow of narrow ribbon. Scrow into tho Absolutely Pure. ornamented board a tiny brass hook and Cclehrated for Its great leavening strength ami tho watch stand is complete. healthfnlnass. Assures tho food against altiin ami A pretty gift is a clasp pin holder, all forms o( ladulterutlon so common in tho cheap brands. which is mado by taking n strip of IIoyal U u;i.o Powder Co., New York. whito fiannul '20 inches iu length and 2 in width. Pink tho edges evenly. Then take a strip of satin ribbon tho eaino length, but a littlo widor. Midway bel tween each end of tho ribbon and 189 SHEET cut a slit largo enough to admit tho head of a tiny bisquo doll. Gather both materials tightly at tho waist and tio a .. .w... ..v.. JHi r,w,n .v.v. ... 'l...i ' ..... Paint. Intimates jurntslied for painting wood. ; sash of u arrow satin ribbon ending in metal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction guaranteed All bow nnd streamers about tho waist A roofs painted with Dean's Hlack HUiuond Taint similar bit of ribbon should then bo tied warranted for years. Dealer in best Cistern Pumps akP POWDER mnz $te5 If553 riEKTTY AM) USEFUL. J.T.Jones, STANFORD, KY, Til IIS MS, flau-ne- Af to ninny ot onr customs aro uor-rowed from across tho water, it may bo of interest to learn the English etiquetto of card leaving, which in point of fact differs n most not nt all from tho etiquetto prevailing in our largo cities. When n lady who cnlls without her husband finds tho mistress of thu houso nt home, slio should, after tho call is made, leavo ono of her husband's cards for tho hostess and ono for tho hostess' husband if she is married. These cards must bo left 911 tho hull tnblo or handed to tho servant who opens tho door for tho caller's oxit. If her husband calls with her nnd has seen his host and hostess, no card is loft. If tho host has nut been seen, the gentleman who has called with his wifo leaves a card for him. Whoro neither host nor hostess is at home, ono of tho lady's cards must bo left nnd two of her husband's. Exnctly the samo rule must bo observed when tho caller lives with an unmarried brother or with a father who is n widower. His cards must nlwnys bo left in exactly the samo fashion. When a friend is staying iu tho neighborhood and a call is mudo on her, if tho caller is acquainted with tho pcoplo of tho house, slio leaves her card upon them nt hor first visit. It is not correct to 'do so, however, if thoro is no acquaintance, unless, indeed, tho fact of tho mutual friendship induces both sides to wish that nn acquaintance may bo begnu. Girls with invalid or elderly mothers havo frequently to mako calls for them. When this ia done, it js usual to say to tho hostess, "I must lenvo my mother's card for yon, us slio is uuablo to do her own calling." In tho samo way, when thero aro no grown up daughters, a husbnud is frequently obliged to call for his wife. Ho should never omit to loavo her card for the hostess and to make somo littlo remark of tho samo sort to explain tho reason of her absence. A gentleman's visiting card should bo liko that of his wifo in stylo nnd engraving, but smaller. His nnmo should nppear iu tho middle "Mr. Ulnnk" if ho is tho head of tho family, "Mr. John Blank" if ho has a father or elder brother .living. Tho prefix should not be omitted, whether that of rank, of civil or professional life. Tho address should bo engraved in tho left baud corner of tho card at tho bottom, and tho club address in tho right hand corner. It is without excuse if they do not leavo cards after an entertainment. A gontlo-mamay leavo cards without asking if his acquaintances are at homo. But if ho finds tho mistress of tho house in, nnd not her husband, ho leaves ono of his cards in tho hall nfler calling. If both havo been seen, ho loaves no card, but if neither was at homo two must bo left. I n Oreut Composer Is Coming to America to 1.1s c. M. Mnssenot, who sinco thq death of & SJLELBY, Gounod and Ainbroio Thomas holds tho I first place iu tho illustrious ranks of l'niprlctors Fren-jIs a eomlldate far Assessor of Lincoln county, composers, has decided to come to America, nud in tho near future LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE jeet to the uctlun of the dcuiiK'rutlc iwrlj. will havo tho pleasure of City, Ky. hearing "Mnnon," "Lo Cid" and "La HI. OWKNS .Navnrraiso" conducted by tho great Turnouts, prompt attention, very Is Isa tniidldate fiirslicrltfof Lincoln A portion ot )ur Kitnmane aiiKoit composer himsolf, who wields the baton rutsoiuMn rules t" to thenrttoii ufthedeuiocrtic party. with a masterly hand. "Jo voudrais recclitillr Hillrltcil. bien aller en Amerique," said M. Massenet just before ho left France, and ho A. S. I'RICJE, 1291 MUTT lUcCOItlMACK voices the universal sentiment of tho Surgeon for Assworof I.lnraln isuintr suh Isa European artistic world. our jcet to the action of tho democratic Mity. Dentist, Apparently every ono iu it Fcems to Mipjoirt lsrmstly solirlted. want to cotnu to America. Tho day has Ky. gono by when foreign artists aro 91. V, with successes in their own couu- Tho x tlicoMrcllnlilo Singer Swing Machlnn Needles ufU kinds, oils nnd ltiilrsoll at the !lii)?er fM.wltiR MadilneCo's olllce, opposite la nmndlihtc'orSuiKTlutendput of I'uhllc Sdioils Nttiinini, ry J. . runn, .sgiiu. of Lincoln county, tuliject to the action of the He in inrailc parly. ) r'T11 GARLAND SINGLETON ' SHELBY J. IilOLA.1I i1 Amc-ia.Ai- is Junction !)AUUL llrst-Uas- s eon-te- Stanford. S& wM? Nn'yy liLKIN !M $ 1. Otllcuoicr Mcltolvrts' Iirug Store In the Owsley lliilldlng Is a candidate fur AM..or of Lincoln county, to the net Ion of the democratic wtl au'i-Je- ct tffflHlUM . - u-- y 1 NEW MILLINERY. 'I ho latest things In Kail nnd Winter Millinery in rtiM'k and tlm Indies of Manfunl ami rlcliil-t- r aro linllol to rail In and sen I lie latent styles MlvOarhiu Is ready to alt 011 her old old riiiloin-er- a nnd as ninny new ones as w 111 mine. now- JOE T. EMKI1V Is a candidate for Assessor ol Lincoln counl y, auli-Jcto the action of the democratic patty aud earnestly asks )oursupott miss i.ici 11; iu:azm:v C. G. BAKEK Stanford, Ky. Isa candidate for AasMsorof Lincoln ruiinU, auli-li- vt to the 111 Hun ol lliotleimKratlc tatty Ihtuk Inn the southern end of thecounly Is eutltlisltoa sllcu or the pt. hu iks ) our support. UfeMllfiill'ISlffl leading from Crah Orihard to Mnuiord All keep on hand supply of plnnk for feiiehu: LimUof IotiiUt lor tnilldliiz nuriNVn-- .. tilo lnuirdt and shingles. AM person desiring any nrlUlenf till, kiml uui cull on 1110 at my siore neariwiar (1 V. MM.I.l.tO.N. IK Creek. I 11 railing feiire ixt and my atoru or wireCedar run tliulwlml (.'reek, on the near want nt All prisons desiring locust Poti for tilank feme, tliuy pike alxi WILLIAM MOREL AN I Isa candidate for Assessor of l.lueoln, suhlctt to thonttlon of lhdcmKiatlr Ntity lie kindly a.kj our upsirt. SAM XV. MENEEEE u SON, DGHLERS IN COKL, NOEL & M. Is a candidate for Micrill of Llmsdu fsiunty, Jet 1 to thu action ol the dmoeratli psrly. J. MASSKNKT. Near llallroadCnmliii;. Hm1 of IVlit, in I tkn kr. pa supply of all kllhls ofCl, mi y..u all ; t cry, ami American success has grown to so. as ) on want at llilpet isms.I.Ip pri.rs r mean as much to an artist upon returnt ash. lini.e on Mill tnt ami Itailnud r win( ing to Europo ns tho reclamo of their oiiiite Ituller .Mill II llli.i.IVS, sum. rd. ky a: triumphs iu their native lands meant to TO them before coming here. A i IMHU John II, 1 asu.km.iv IY!IMS ON IMl'IIOM The greatest artists seem to npprecl-iitanother important thing that In Lincoln comity, Kj at' annual semi Americans nro discerning nud discrimi- Interest; no isiiiunlssloti ,lturyr.l Addles il. W I IW, lloolil IT. Keiijroii l.oil.llni, U.nUville. nating iu their judgment and apt Ky I'orhlank applliutloii and liuther informaartistic excclleuco from a stand- tion, lii'iulrc of J. N. Muuiler. Vitoiney, Stan point of absolute merit. Famous numes, lord Ky INSURANCE COMPANY unless well carried, do not tako the public in'Amcricn. It is what artists aro, not what they havo been. Ol" l.lVKUl'OOL. M. Mnssenet is best known to Ameri"LaNavnr-raise- , cans through "Mnnon" nnd Kentucky. " both of which were giveu Inst Hustonvillo, - & G&STLBMH. season in New York, when "Mnnon" was splendidly interpreted by Mnte. Wwl UhcuIii MANAt.l ILS, Offers Ids sen Ices to the st4 Molba aud M. Jean du Ilcszko ami "La and Caey counties I nil t.H.k 01 trails ami , ' y Mme. Calve, for whom etsnlwasaon hand. Nuvnrraisu' Couimcrco Building, LouisviLo. W I), h Carpenter. Manager. t M. Chicago wrote thoopera. OihmI, clean ami 1 hfp Corn ami May Collin and sec us. etthniiiie tries. "II faut alloren Ameriquo" ono must go to America is tho universal Stein ford; - Kontuoky. (1 COAL am still Ageht for 1 I andwul 1 alls llratHhCoal MONEY LOAN . .1 o I 1 , r'-nt- toes-timnt- o J. T. STJTTOK, Undertnkor, . BMBEB Mas-euo- Times-lioral- Annus Tlm.iiliout the -- uth COOKE'S SARSAPAR-ILLA WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and - Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and kidney and liver disease Ji yield to its curative powers and when bured it 'fcjtf- - Keeps You Well. dys-gpepsia, "1 A NECKTIE HOLDER. ! Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. Mc Roberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab'Orchard. M Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. about tho neck and n loop mado nt tho back from which to suspend tho holder. Glasppins of various sizes should be placed evenly in the flannel. Fow things nro more difilcult to keep in order than dress ties, and a case to contain and protect theso unruly articles is a welcome gift. Tako four strips of pasteboard 1G iuches inength and 4 inches in width. Cover ono sidoof each first with sachet sprinkled cotton batting nnd later with cotton. Cover firmly two of tho pieces on this padded sido with whito silk. Tho other two pieces should bo covered with linen, ono cover being ornamented either with embroidery or painting. Fasten securely two looo straps of inch wido ribbon two iuches from each nnd of ono of tho silk covered pieces. Fasten necurely two ties of similar ribbon 13 inches iu length tho same distnuco from tho ends of tho ornamented liuen covered pieco and at each cud. rnslilouublo Gloves. Glazed kid in all tho tints of beige, red, brown and gray, cither stitched with self color or with black, iH tho popular glovo for streot wear. These same shades como iu suedo gloves, which still hold their own with many ladies against all tho allurements of tho mora drossy glazed kid. Tho embroidery used on tho now suedo gloves is rather heavier than last season nnd frequently shows u combination of black intermixed with tho shado of tho glovo. Tho NbW York Tribune also reports that for tailor mado gowns there is u glovo mndo of a fino dogskin, stitched with black and finished with tho patent snup catch. A novelty in a black glovo is embroid ered, stitched and finished with white. Bottle green gloves aro again in vogue, nnd tho woman of fads will find that her now purple, green or brown gowu can havo gloves to match it exnctly. Evening gloves aro mostly whito or black. The stylo of having tho glovo match tho gown is gradually dying oat. A Novel riuc.iu.hlou. MOIMOIMOIMIOIIINI MO atiiAHino'i mm t MM mmwmmq. mm 0(MO11IN1O(M1OIM(Q) M0 MIMO IMOINIO w WM (imMuw aaaa w 'X03VSI oauoU3 ;i ''VM'O xxviur. MI VM'CT mm Hints to Singers. Mine. Molba is credited with tho following iu nn English exchnugo: Fow persons realize how much is added to tho beauty of tho natural voico by proper cultivation. Hero tho difllonlty begins. Tho pupil must linvo competent teachers, and hero arises tha first obsta-clin tho way of tho avorago student. If practicable, apply to competent singer to assist iu this matter. Insist upon it, however, that the teacher chosen shall bo a vocal teacher. Do not select a person who teaches various branches of musio "and singing." A good vocal teacher has studied tho physiology aud hygieno of tho vocal organs and has devoted much attontion to tho study of correct tono production, breathing, vocalization aud tho many other departments connected with tho technical sido of his profession and will havo given special study to tho famous operas, oratorios and tho sacred and secular musio written for tho voice. Ho will find that tho branch of musio ho has ohoseu to mastor is too engrossing and too exacting to admit of his devoting a part of histimo to any other, Tho pupil then must attempt to ascertain the acquired equipment of various teachers and solect accordingly. But even then they may not bo safe. Tho only nbsoluto criterion is tho progress mado. Submit your&olf absolutely to your instructor, follow accurhtcly I'll his or her instructions, and if, after your lessons or practico times, ycur throat has any feoling of weuriness or strain, or should you find at tho end of your first term of lessons that your powers aro not increasing, that your voice is not stionger, your tones not firmer und your command over your voico not increased, thoro is likely to bo homo fault either with tho method taught or with tho teacher. o PLIGHT TROTH THERE. Tlip I'huious D. S. CARPENTER. iii "W. A. THIBBLX, lxcal Ajcelit, I'llRlitln? Stane o' Ijilrg" two Hiuicle. one cut under shell Will nll Hi Ilriuotctl to Canada. scry line surrey. Tim lluntles are first cIjm bTANI'OKI), A famous rulio of nnoient lore nud tubs III etery rexl. 11 )ou want ininjmo. . love has just been placed in the Cana- at once and are tne Mllsand Ket ou ehele thai will glv vim satisfaction sure II. I) h ( MU'l-NT- I Itespectiully, dian lustituto uiusoum at Toronto. It Is "The Plighting Stano o' Lairg." Its history goes farther back than nny ono Kentucky. 3;" Farmers Bank& Trust Co. or STANlOltli, KV enn remember, far beyond tho time when records were kept. It Is known, however, to havo been used by tho mystic Drufds centuries before Robert Bruco aud his bold clan mndo Scotland ring with their shouts und the hound of bat-tlfor it is a Scottish stano, of course. Its nnmo tells thnt. : It is declared by thoso who know that (kciitirst, i thousands of truo Scottish hearts havo street at ltesldciue Olliceou taut aitrt plighted troth through nn orifice near tho top that was mado by nature centuries ago. This remarkable Druidical relio would bo a fit companion to tho blarney stono, for, whilo by one the tongue gains power to charm, by the other 0110 is enabled to win the charm- Written on All Classes of Properer. There is nothing like tho stono iu ty in the Hot of Companies. nil tho world, and it is considered a matter of very great surpriso that tho good folk of Sutherlandshiro, tho original homo of tho stano, over allowed it to bo taken from tho placo whero it has lo l I roni tlm most attractlie linos nl sample stood for centuries. Mysyatiui or measurement David Boyle, curator of tho Canadian I011111I fit In ct cry department. Why guarantx a cirlmeiit museum, treasures thostanoashowould nith amcteiirs when yon ran lm prutet ted In tery ' tho applo of his eye. Ho is greatly en- lurthulur by Inning your iiicuuniueiil with mo uni also thused over tho addition to tho museum. dr. w. b. pmrire 4fb Stanford, Pali up Capital, Surplus. $200,000 00 17,603 CO Ii. Fire Insurance lly provisions of Its charter, dollnrs am a fully prolix ted as are derltnr In .Notional lUukt, held luilirldiiatly llshle to IU harrhnldrrs Iheextcnt of the amount of thrlr al.k therein at tatuc thereof, In addition to theatuoiint In the vestI In such share Il may art a executor, ad mlnlstulor, trmtre. Ac , as fully as an Indllidual Tendering our thanks to tlnsv who lute entrust l lliclr iHislueos to us, we trust they will continue to do so, and wennYr as a Kiuruteo for pruuiiit at trillion to same our 'JO years' erlt'tice in hank liiitand as UUral aiiuumuletious as are cousUtrlit with S4,iiud hankln,; -- J. J. Williams, .1 .S .1 William (iooch, Ml. Vrriion, W. II Cumiulns, l'muhentille Owsley, Kr., S J. II. Owsley, IL Lynn, N . Mr n of co. Pn-hlc- nl; nisiiioHs. J. Kinliry, J. orriCRKs. J A. W. S. II. Miauls, T. Cash. Cur?iitcr Gentlemen's Clotliinjr Made to Measure 1 S II Shank. J. II. Owsley, Cashier. W. M. llrlght lill.r FIRST NATIONAL BANK or .sTNioin. M Capital Stcck $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Will Develop Alalmtnii Mines. A corporation known as tho Copper Hill Mining company, with .'1,000,000 of eastern capital, has been organized to mine nud mill tho copper deposits in tho mountains of Randolph and Talladega counties, Ala. D. W. Dotrick is superintendent. Tho company's copper deposits are very rich. Agont For tho Loxington Stoam Laundry. JES8E D. V7EAREN. All work guaranteed MS In the Modern American Houne. Tho first Htriking featuro of tho inte- In Life. William Sexton, 90 yoars old, aud .Marry Furniture Wo. havooK-iie- Rachel Cioft, HO years old, wero mar- m . m in m r vA i W9 JA rs MCVr i xr mivmmmm mi cm wmm l v v wmmn 1 nud serving for uccess to the various ed peoplo. rooms. Ono of its developments, tho When tlie Ullzzuril lllnwt. hull, has becomo familiar even Hear tho Mirly vtsajjed blizzard Madly nlppliiK. in comparatively unpretentious dwellHipping, lipping, ings of recent erection, but tho foyer scisuored Till you're To tho Kizmrd And your nasal it conRealodt Hcnr it round thu forest whirling, A!) rior of a truly modem American houso ried at tho Baptist church on Rockhouso is tho hull. This no longer remains a Brunch, Ky., Christmas day. Tho consimple corridor containing tho stairway tracting parties nro very highly respect- Furniture, Carpets, &c , tion arc neciirol hy a fund ol i'Jto.Uisl I io sworn Btatemviitsof the couditloiiot the Hank arc made t and Its euih year lo tho Culled Mates niseis are exaiuiunl at stated times hy pmriiinent NEW- iiKcuta, thus securlui; additional audsjrfc:t to deisisltors. 'lhIslnstltutIon,orlKlnally cstahlishcd as tho 1M :- -: posit Hank of Stanford In InV, then reorganized ns thu National Hank ofSlaulonl In lftl.1 amlui;aln rtsirKsnlrisl us tho first National Hank of Stanford Iu 18&'J, has had practically an uninterrupted existIs letter at StotnuVold stand a complete ence for itt years. It lmsiiifs supplied now promptly and laclllthi for trausaitlUK line of than eter hefore In Its loin; nud houorahlo career. Accounts of Indhlduuls, fiduciaries. Iinus nud lmlivlduals sollcilcd, Ooti-iumen- Attelillotiof thepuhlic Is called to tin f ft that this is the only .National Hank In Staufort In ler the prtitlsiuii ot tho National Hank Ail dcsiltors aru serurisl not only !y tho capital stisk-hu- t liy the stiKkliohlers' llahlllty lor an auu.uiil o.iialtn tlie stock, m that denl orsof this Institu- House- - Wall Paper, nlUKCTOMS. .1. W. Haydcn, Stanford, P. Held, Lincoln Co.; .S. II. Ikiiiliiuan. " S. T. Harris, " .1 " T 1. Hill, Hocker, ' S. K. 1. Tanner, McKlnnov. W. A. Trihhle. " J.H. Colller.Cruli Orch'd, M. J. Miller, Mt.Vernoii M, 1), Klmoie, Manfunl. orriCBKs. I. S. Hocker, President; .1. J, Mclloherls, Caihlen A A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier &c. We will Keep Constantly in stock the Latest and Best Goods, And Make Prices to Suit the Times. Wo guarantee perfect O ( D mum mm MM MS With u scowling, Growling, howling, thu poodle's coat uncurling, Till tho bark is from him peolodt , UJ-OfM- MMsmmmMU MOM0IKIM0INI0I!I t I- OM0SMq) MtfTOdOd 3H1 iM0N10IM0M01Nl OINB mmm VM Q Tho principal nrticlo needed to mako n cushion described in Good Housekeeping is a small jointed doll about seven inches high. After attending to tho mako tho dress skirt double, like a child's old fashioned creeper. Boforo sewing it to tho doll stuff (not too full) with lamb's wool. A fow stitches to the underskirt will hold it in place. Make tho puff sleeves of tho bodice full, stuffing them also. Ono sleevo may hold common pins, tho other black pins, whilo the skirt can bo used for tho fancy stickpins so much worn. THE rOVKU HALL. B 1, JEIDIOKIEIBSaiflOINlQBfl hall, still more novel, defines itself but vaguely in tho minds of thoso unfamiliar with tho finer class of houses. Tho illustration from Decorator and Furnisher gives a good idoa of ono of theso halls aud its leading characteristic tho firoplaco and mantel. It is of chorry trim Ton should always be mado with enameled u cream white, with tho high freshly boiled water, not water that has lightd of tho decoration gilded and bur- nished." boiled before. Hear its moaning through tho valley, Wildly thumping. Dumping, Jumping! Sea it rally, With n sally, Whilo it vlth tho snowdrift scootal Seo it, liku a llcnd of bloodshed, Swiftly tU'.hing, Cnnlilnn, lathing, Whilo it pulls the (lliiisy woodshed To its booom by the roots! V7hllo across tlm land H' whining, Ringing, mtnglRg, Drown our pining In thu Hhluing Ilruw that miihcj tho spirit glad. Rich o'eu iik tho fuiry idurubor O'er its beaming, Steaming, dreaming, Then you'll feci tlm rose of summer Burst beneath your llvor pad. B. E. Muukittrlck In Kow York Journal... Madly winglnt;, satisfaction'!!! fume to seo lis cut respect. Lincoln county clilztns.nur old homo tienplr, aro cordially invited to Jnsiet.t our stock and get our prices. ATENTG IOC;UIEJOl.p Patents Wanted. J. g.'i A. BEAZLEY & CO., Ky. Partlcn hovinR Inventions they wish to protect should procure their pnteiitg through our BRenny. Inventor's Miinunl, n book containing cost of patenu, modo ol procedure, etc., and IDEASySSSKfSSS other information, tent for 3c. stamp. WANTED-A- N patents for thing to patent? Protect your ideas; they may olOurllitol offered,wanted,with which lanrciums money are sent thcManual.lrce. hrlnS you wealth. Write JOHN WKIlDEIt-nUltNWo find purchiucrs for patents procured CO., l'atcnt Attornoya. Wiudiingtoa, throueh our agency. Drancli otllccs In all too U. 0., for their SI.800 prlzu oUur principal cities and in all foreign couutrics. Who can think of some simple tlilnirtoDatent? Protect your Ideasj they may bring you wealth. CO., Patent AttorWrite JOHN WKUDE1U1URN ney. Washington, D. O., for their 1,8U) prlxo Oder ami 1st of two hundred Inrentlona wanted. Wanted-- An Idea THE WORLD'S PROGRESS, 001-30- 7 Bo turt O. J. Bailey, Manager, PLUM 8T., OINCINNATI, O to mention thl paper. h U Li I J u .) .1 tf ... i.i .1... . .ft.tu; J,.-- , j-.v 'A a4L- 'j iw. V-- - y;assv- - tfiwMtfiKf