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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897011901 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. .DEATHS. Mrs. Wolford, wlfoof W. C. of tho Vbt ICnd, died SRturMuy iUno of morning after ii protnict-econsumption. She was Uussoll autl u splendid woman. Several little child-- , ivii survive her. A jHwtal card from Mm, .1. C Korgu-soat Hudson, III., tolls of lior death, hut gives no date or parWol-for11 d, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, JANUARY LANCASTER. IN 19, 1807. NO. 82 THIS VICINITY. j I.V-Advoc- MT. VERNON, a-- n, bus-liatid- H ticulars. Ho fonnorly Hvod In this din-pat- I i county mid when ho was horo hint jour ' was In very had health. .1. Wnrron Ilookor received a ostorday stating that his cousin, Samuel Briscoe, was dead at Parks-vlllU( died of pneuuionla and left besides a wife a number of children. He was a hrother of Mix Jerry llris-eoject. of tho West Knd. Thejsiivorvi-oi- i will meet again on Mrs. Lottie Holmes received a disTuesday. A numburof tax payers will patch a few days ago announcing tho death of the wife of her son. Charles be convinced that tholr property Is II. Holmes, at Birmingham, Ala. Do worth more than they thought, and yet ceased was Mis Olivia Wirt Summers, they will be sorry to hear it. It is rumored thatM. W. .Johnson's pleasantly roinonilHjred horo as tho estate will not pay out, notwithstandteacher of elocution and ait of Stanford Female College a few years ago. ing the large uuiount of Insurance She was a daughter of Col. Summers, which he carried. There are many pi of Abingdon, Va., and was highly ed- 'com lent Ions and some sUirtling Hie exoeeted. ucated. Aftor leaving here she was M. 1). Hughes will have samples from glun the prlnoipiilshlp of the Pollock of the hunt tailoring houses In Su phi its Institute at Birmingham and three the country for spring trade. Satisinwu- making quite a success of the gUKrnutoed in every stitution. Hor death, which was mu- - faction He Ik also agent for the old reliable id m. typhoid fever, will create much Washington Life Insurance Company sol row wherever she was known. The here, who favor local op ii mams were taken to the Virginia , i'he tion, are womb-rinhow your city home for interment. olllce tinted council can consistently grant license A letter received at this at .links invtlle. 111., reads: Mr. Beti-1- k to cull liquor, when the majority of tlie x'Ople oppo-- e It at the polls. Has the ii Hamiuoad, of tills place, formerly sovereign jxiwer been taken from the of Lincoln county. Ky.. died this morn-il- l' at Id o'clock. As Mr. Hammond people ort is It beeaiire of somu technl cwllty In the law? If the'mnjorltv can has a daughter ill Stanford and not IKK rule lis quit voting, knowing her ntiiiut or whethor she Is It is n that the principles married, perhaps this item will reach of democracy were not born to die. It hir H publishing this you will con-- f' is also true that a dlUotenoe of opinion i a fnor on a relative. y the Iniuir develops the fuel that Mr. on one principle eiui not Hirty. A long ami a strong pull will a daughter here by the llaiumond has be made here to elect the entire counn miof Uobecca. His wife was a ,.r ty ticket. The de-- t men will le put i i . i. .i i.. i..... i...iu iiiitiLrruir in mi iiiiu oiiiiii .,ifiiiiii. ifi We will show them how easily it it.l. itjkiiutt llit.(,ttr tluk U'd tt.. W?u ' w,i- - tiriui,.i miv .. ..u ,'t...ffc Ml.i.iliul III tl'illifi.U lltiO- Ilf Ifillltil' .1 llll Kl.lui,.vir,lvwilemiM.ruU..wnitMMirttlioiioiii Pii.,.11-,- 1.: Hh.. killed Ihm. mid (ridge started out to do him up. Commenting on a recent marriage in He fo iml him and hut at him. but fall-i- d Stanford, tho Carlisle Mercury says: to hit liiiiumil Mr. Ilaiumoiid s left as Wo commend the act of Horry Calme-soon as he could for the West. It was If he did this woman a harm ocn with afterwards shown that he had nothing her consent, it was brave in him to do to d ) with the killing of FiirgUMin. all In his power to stive her from further shame. Many people commit sin, Crab grievous sin, in thoughtlussno-- s or in ( rah Orchard ha- - become such a feed woaknesr, and afterwards become as market for tho mountains that corn is good citizens as live. We commend Mr. and Mrs. Calinose to tho charity of a barrel. held at The new dwelling of Mix. K. W. the world so long as their future con.Tones is going up rapidly and will be duct deserves charity. Deputy Collector Thomas Austin, acquite an addition to old Crab Orchard. II. (.illkerson has at last got- companied h. ('apt. . I. C WiNon, anMr. J. ten his mill up and in running order other deputy, .lohn MuHins, of Livingand is now ready to furnish meal and ston, and Ashley Owens, made a raid for illicit distilleries on hist Wednesfeed to the public. day in ltookeastle county. They enMr. .lames Anderson and family of r cave on Crooked Crook I'n aohorsvlllo have moved to Crab Or- tered chard. Mr. Sain Mageo anil Mr. Lo- and after tra cling underground about gan, of London, wore down a few dajs S(K) yards and being a half mile below last week bujing horses for tho London the surface of tho earth, going through subterranean rooms, with rock walls Ilu i'i stable. &c, is improving and ceiling's :id feet high, at times I ol. John Huchanan on rugged ladders, which had KirilMONl), Jan. IS, 1MIT.--takes a and Mrs. .John A. Halde-ma- n slouh. Mr. were up front Louisville and spent been prewired by tho distillers, thej stay of several dajs to really sewrnl dajs with Mrs. Huldemaii's found two kettles which would hold -- 0 what a magnificent town Klchmonil is. parents during the week. Mix. (!us gallons each, liri gallons of beer, the home of the "Model Congressman, ' , which which appellation he won by the cauHofiuaun has icturned from a visit to worms, the fermenting tub-Miss Pitman, the, destroyed and retired without tion and prudence exercised in WashIndianapolis. frh ndi at of l'arkille, who has been visiting meeting any of the proprietors. Mr. ington, 13. C, which alone should make 11 her aunt, Mrs. Itliodu Higgins, lft for Austin es in this city and is a fear- it the city of which every Iventuckian less ami faithful otlicer. The question feels justlj proud. Then, too. three home Friday. Misses Li..io Hea.loy of jurisdiction may lie raised, as the newspapers here, the Hegister, Climax and Hnllie Kdmistou left Saturday to Howling firoon. Mr. crime was committed below the sur- and Pantagraph, tho editors of which attend school at a'ld Mix. Harry Campbell, of Louis-ill- face of tho earth. One thing is certain are unusually courteous and obliging, aro visiting hor parents, Dr. and they were not "moonshiners." for the, and each of which is apparently prosmoon didn t shine in the cave. pering, is a big thing for a town of this Mrs. .1. 1). l'ottus. Mrs. Laura Moore, sio, In point of energy and enterprise. spent matron at tho Lexington Our Dress. ThoGlyndon Hotel, also, with every last week with hor daughter, Mrs. accommodation or facility to lie found Chart. Singleton. Col. Jus. W. Giicdt Tho iNTKinoii .loruN.VL never , islted Crab Orchard durlng'the week. with "good enough'' still goes on in the largest citio-- is an ornament to He has been quite a hiillerer from la with improvements. It appeared Tues the town and a credit to its propriegrippe for several weeks past and as day in new dress and Its a beauty, too. tors, who seem to be coining money, oven under tho defeat of Hryan and Mt. Vernon Signal. boon as he arranged his business alTairs to got well. Mrs. left for homo to try Tho INTKHIOK .lOUK.VAL CIUIIO out free silver. An indefinite number of I'aullna Hays Is on a visit to friends at Tuesday in a beautiful new dress. This lodges of seciet orders aro here, and Shelby City. Mrs. H. L. Stegor and is a sure indication that our esteemed Capt. J. 13. Teeny, one of tho cleverest daughters are expected homo from Col- contemporary is enjoying a prosperous gentlemen I over saw, belongs to nearly all of them. Ho Is tl brother-in-laorado Springs in a short time. Dr. and business. Stanford Commercial. of Bros. William and Joe Bice, of 1. S. Hurdetto aro visiting the y .Iolm:-NAMix. Lvruwou Tho family of L). C. l'aynoat London. It is Is out in a now dross. Liko all Stanford. Judge II. C. Bice, their rumored that Mr. I. S. Tovb will have now dresses it is clean and neat but brother, is also as hard to beat in this charge of Crab Orchard Springs this there is room for a diiroronco of opin- line as Joseph and William. Nowspa-porlall- y and otherwise, Bobort Lee i. Mr. Thomas Chappoll, who ion as to the improvement on faces. ill of pneumonia at his hou o However, tho paper itself Is good Davis is on top here, or at least Inclose has been near Kreiger, is reported very much enough so that it Is handsome in any proximity thereto. Tho Begister has changed hands three times since lie worse. Miss Fannie Hedd Is visit trjj dress. Middlesboro News. Dr. Cooper's family at Livingston, Walton has boon to the foundry and came horo from Lincoln county to go brought back a new frock of typo with to work upon that paper, and ho. "has causes of six lynching in six which to keep on printing tho lXTi:u-to- n been sold with tho rubbish" each time, Tho days in Kentucky are thus summed up: .Journal. No doubt If tho busi as lie expressed it to me. Ho is an all- Abuso of tho pardoning power, by ev- ness manager would figure on his book 'round newspaper man and catches ery Kentucky governor during the past a little ho could show the cast otT dross from tho smallest to tho biggest item if 10 years; tho fuiluru of yrund juries to has earned Its weight in lino silver. it gets within 10 miles of him. "Of tho indict and tho failure to convict by trial Hut they deserve their success always. boys that have left their native county, none deserve more credit for a display of juries in many cases whoro indictSomerset Heporter. of genuine merit than Bub does, and ments were brought, and tho strong Inspector Lester, In his coming re- as a great editor ho Is destined to beof local politics on local courts. bomo oxoufio. Still, ports on tho Kddyvillo prison and the come what Marso Henri W. u&od to be. All thid constitutes it Is Inadequate, to tho occasion. Now Hopkiiisvillo asylum, will recommend The government building, begun hero tho removal of Warden Happy and Su- some years ago, will probably be comOrleans States. The 10 banks of Lexington tiro talk- perintendent Letcher for gross mis- - pleted before Gabriel comes. 'fcasunce. Joe F. Watkks. ing of consolidating. o. e, Mrs. Ci. S. (Jainw enterUlned Sltur tiny evening. Mix. W. O. Bmdlay and MIih Chris tine aro here visiting Mat i vim. Miss SallioTillot has sold hor red! donee on Danville Avenue for is 1, 700. The suddon changes in the neither have caused iiiflch sickness and our doctors are grumbling (?) because thov are busy. .1. Mitchell Hroaddus, a highly farmer, aged 7U years, died at his home two miles from town of pneumonia on Saturday afternoon. Kleetrlo light, a telephone e.diaiige and water works are all the go in conversation. The tax payers are willing and the chronic kickers neitl not ob- ! dowd-onmen- ts V - , ple g well-kno- lt w de-tro- - . i fc I - - - Fi-an- - 1 -- e. Orchard i. Salt-pete- There w a great deal of drinkirg Ii. (J. Fox bought of C.ipt. MoKoe'i ' ,,onu 1"'1' Saturday. e itlon mule? at For the lirst time in the history of '1'ho Salmagundi Club was postponed Jt Superb Company in Friday evening. Boll co.mty it criminal docket iseiear. to hasdis.olv-Soiithoi-- n Ihirglnrs blew open the safe of thu 'Hie mun of Davis Davis & Son. depot at llurroilabiirgaiid got utl llll(' il '" John KIrby Is u candidate for a ct- -' $10. 'lea-aMoody, who killed Lnfay - :"1'' ''uugo I'. U. Colyor, who has excellent olllcer, will be a can ' otto I'o well in Madison count v. whs ' didate for county attorney again. hold under ;l..0O bond. THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 21, AT While Mr. Ha-t- y was occupying an Mr. and Mrs. Win. Perkins died in Mercer county tho same day of grip and elevated position in tho old shop near the station he lost his balance and fell wore buried in the same grave .1. M. Llniiey, a Danville shoemaker, ovul' backwards cutting his head badly, is the father of L'7 children 11 bv Tils ' Saturday. The Presbyterian ml. Ion work in as lirst wife and lit by his present one. the mountains is prospering. S. marshals captured a moonshinA Charming Romance of Country lifo er and destroyed a still which the church and school here there aro several others recently started. was found in a Kxi near Monticollo. Miss Margaret Ingols, of Paris, lias .las. Walton, who was missionary to i accepted an invitation to dedicate the this point last year, has been placed at new opera hou-- o at Somoivet next Hydeii at a salary of 1,000. Mr. H. II. Linker has moved back to mouth. Foster, who sued for oO.fMX) acres of town on account of the illness of his Hell county land, which he claimed un- wife. Miss KHa Joplin. who has a der an (dd patent, lost out in tho U. S. 1 irgo school at Livingston, spent SatKY urday and Sunday at home. Messrs. court at.I'rankfort. A bill has been favorably repotted W. C. MulIInsand Ah. Sparks, two of to Congress to give Mrs. Green Clay Livingston's handsome and enterprising merchants, were hero Sunday. Smith a pension of ."0 a month. While the school is nourishing 'and Judge Phillips, at Nichohisvillo, sent John W. John-o- n to jail because he the ministers leading many souls to' raised a row when he was not invited the fold of Christ in town, broils arc ' becoming more frequent, for the to Ml ( viiii Gill's party. of l, I'd gar one of the richest whisky Is not curtailed in formerly.! (w that our town Is increasing in men in Tennessee, died at Harrogate of Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Uridles, "lation so rapidly the good citiens He wits a brother-in-laBuggy Robes, Horse Hlankets, Whips, &c. of the Watts, owner.-- of the steel plant should endeavor to footer a public sen-tinient against drunkenness and rowdj- Middlesboro. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky. Tlie court of appeals Hlllrmed the do- - '""" As people went to church of the (iirrard circuit court in urduy night they were U ca-- e of IJobiiison ys. .Htna Insui- - en boys, riding at break-necspeed . Carrico and yelling like Comanehos. i iiuce Co., and of Hrackott The Christian church has engaged in the Hoy le circuit court.-I no lsiiiik ol Manoliostor. r.m. rurrar, oi i,o.ington, lor its pas . c. ford, president, and W. H. Carrier, cashier, tor this year. Servicer! will be held WILLIAM SHELTOP4. will be mored to Corbln on the HOth, two Sundays in each month. The SunSliulwiln Twcliirs 7 All sncialU. T Imroi aji coure In I.illn, (.reek, I'teiiili. KiilWi, Natural aiU Moril S.i.miu-.- . Mime, Ar.an.l U.Krutlon. feltuatd when the capital stock will b largely day school elected the following olllcors tllr f.unoiw VI ItVllI III J orsoenerv. nphnnniMnt ..iiumlut.- ior nciHiiiiuni' - en cimaic. increased. lull tor Chestnut's town for this quarter: C. C. Williams, su- milllll fur Catalogue Write 1.1. MI!b. N Ml. b SAL Jj,ly l!rncial, Stanford, Ky. perintendent: S. 13. Davis, secretary: coMtiiiues to grow. A crazy Negro, who spends most of M. J. Miller, librarian and Miss Graeio Tho teachers aro M. '. his time in the woods, has been fright- Cox, orgaiii-- t. ening the women and children around New comb, K.G. Williams. Miss May-ti- e CA Weber, ami Medames Thump-oSomerset out of their Its. j,. n n. .0 0 Sparks, Nesbltt. Williams and Hrown. nio-- t naked and has successfully eluded ,E 9REAT BJJSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLXDF THESOUTH. theollicers who hue tried to catch This Sunday chool - well attended. frrr!j&HJf;ifM'SfrrAafi6 Humsrccs cr cnisuATts holding fine positions. Prof. .Mart, editor of the Republihim. Recowmenoed by the leading eusiness men or The notorious Alvin Angel, who is can, is teacher at the Insti" ''aookcss (yy? J&) CCUNTRY' MENTION COURSE WANTEQ. under indictment on a number of seri- tute. Mrs. George Gritlln and children ous charges, among which arej arson, are visiting friends at Livingston. Miss burglary etc.. and w ho has defied ar- Herda Martin win the guest of Mrs. rest imd eluded the olllcors of the law Cleo Hrown. N. G. Haker was in Lou-- ! for quite a while, was arrested just ov isvillo last week. Kid. Carniichal or the dividing lino of Pulaski and preached at Pittsburg Sunday. Hilly Laurel county by Deputy Sheriff Hen- Haker did not stop in Louisville to stu ry Cornett, who took him single hand- dy law but went mi to Mi ouri. Kdgar ed.- Somerset Heporter. Albright, a talented young student of During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you well A dispatch from Mt. Vernon says: our town, teaches afternoons at the In"In a ditllcult horo Peyton Lung ford stitute. Hov. Seroggs led his regu- and we believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," struck Kgltort Fish over tho head with lar apH)intnient Sunday. Mrs. Kd is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword. For your a revolver Inflicting a dangerous wound. Woodall and niece visited friends in o Langford comes of a lighting family, Pittsburg Sunday. MiHonk patronage in 1S96 we are very thankful and promise you to do all in and lias just been released from jail af- visited her grandfather, James Honk, power to merit a continuance of it during the year just begun. Our ter serving a sentence for shooting to hist week. .stock oi Intimidate. Steve Prowitt was hold Liry under bond for stabbing Smith Ping RELIGIOUS in Prewitt's restaurant. SHOES. &c , was never more complete and our prices are in corresHov. T. N. Williams. State owingo-lis- t, with the hard times. Hotels, Pawill preach at Walnut Flat at ti:U0 pondence ! "'1 ni J ! '"' 1 nt OLD FARMER HOPKINS Walton's Opera House. Sjate'jg2a&-ig'rr- I. He-id- es m lte. UnDGKCMIDG J. C. M' CLARY. I ggftff Ik tt- -e Mar-hal- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. w I at , Sat-ciid- on ' k , STANFORD FEMHLE COLLEGG. President. I Y", H Matli-eiPBtl- e. Hliie-dn- 1 n, WfP&?fMffl -- i- 2bmaJtrfAJtoA9ffiryrlit0 E i A WORD TO YOU I Goods, 111 -s He-si- Groceries, Hardware, Chinaware, Richmond, its pers, U t, e, Friday night. Tho oldest church in Kentucky is sit5yGct a s dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel when you come uated near Lexington. It was estabo town Special dinners o ourts and public days. lished In 17C by Presbyterians. There aro now 17,27!) Christian Kn- doavor Societies, and of these there are "0 .'7,ll.'l in the United States. Tho mem-- . T"" J i"C,.i l ij j7i"7i i.sl.S:i(;.7IO. Iborship m Quarterly meeting will begin at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon at '1 m., when Presiding Klder W. F. Vaughan will preach. w Hov. II. N. F.iulconer has had lil adl ditions at liis meeting at Mt. Vernon. : I HARRIS 1 4 & HARDIN, ., C-- first-clas- J j I 1 New sat-isll- w Semi-Weekl- L Sunday Bev. L. M. Seroggs received six into the Presbyterian church. Tho members of tho Baptist church at Preachorsvillo hao engaged Bev. B. B. Mahony for two Sundays a month instead of one tho first and third. David Bhuele, of Hoekport, Iml., became insane while at tho mourner's bench during a revival and catching a deacon by the throat choked him almost to death. Prof. J. C. Lewis, who was State Sunday School Visitor, will open a school at London, Jan. I'll. It will be under tho auspices of the Methodist Women's Parsonage and Homo Mission society. HP I tif j f : 'si' Buy your Coal now before it goes up, for the Winter. 5"A1I Farm Products taken in exchange. .; J. H. BAUOHMAN THE & CO. sca-ot- Hustonville, I will bo at Hustonville Monday, 2."th, to remain a few days" to practice my profession. W. 11. Penny, surgeon dentist. of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-ic: through trains. Diy Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chatta- , 1 he 1 inevillot ourior arose and put, Attalla( iHrniinKham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, the quest on: "All you gentlemen, Qnd Jncksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knorvillc, Hot Springs Who are sitting around ill tho court and Asheville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtmroe , . m. room hoping to get on tho jury please 1 1 t. H .! !!. otcepcrs 10 Y xurougu xuunsi anu onreveporu i,us ingeies mm ,T llfll.l 11,1 V1M. ltllflflh. " I " ""'-"- i 7" ,"'''" up aim iiiauytl,l t,l ' wouiu San Francisco. Choice ofciRoutes totTexas, Mexico and California, Mpf y K?' nanus worn, more 1 ..: - it rei have luid their owns been honest. Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Short sh tJv- with even' accommodation to patrons. Free Farlor L555,K5t Charles Jones, the, father of tho Wheolersburg, Ohio, triplets, has Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Farlor and Observa Queen &Crescent route C A e 'A :- I .t.'.-t.- -- -- named them Wm. MeKlnloy, Win. J. Bryan and John M. Palmer. Kight prisoners escaped from tho I Bussellvillo jail. tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. Onus. W. 2oll, W. C.Itlnearaon, P10. Pau'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0 d. J'. A.. Cincinnati, 0. silTSbB. i h there tell us that Va., was captured by when Richmond, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho Yankees in ISCm, the streets ran in rivulets of red whisky, poured out by order of the city council to prevent tho drinking It and doing Stanford. Ky., Jan. 19, 1S97 captors from than they did. This mdre devilment incident is recalled by tho termination WALTON. of a suit Saturday which was begun in W. P. 1ST1 against the city council for &' barrels of whisky so destroyed. The Suat tho Louls--vill- o premo Court holds that the council Is A HAXQUET was given Hotel, Louisville, th. other night not responsible since their act was for in honor of Editor Samuel J. Roberts, the public good. of tho Lexington Leader, and Into memorial session IN chairman of the republican State cam- In the of Crisp, Gov. honor was attended paign committee, which represented Kentucky and 10 or McCreary by about 40 nonenities and tome in his distinction. Mr. Kob-ert- s did both himself and State creditfriends a dozen men of McKinley eulogy. They were very fast is the great original and the governor was able to recoun and tho pie hunters think, and man will have a many Incidents both of an interesting correctly doubtless, that he and touching nature and his speech big Anger in slicing it out during tho was listened to with the closest attenfetpresent administration, hence the tion. He received many high complisot trsoaping. As.usual the ing and election of ments upon it. whose vote made tho McKinley electors in this State possiThe discovery of freo silver in payabble, were conspicuous for their ing quantities in Dr. Hunter's home sence except as waiters and the Times county Cumberland is a death blow says they are kicking like thunder, tho to that statesman, who had just emergin the it will amount to no more than against ed from the herculean effort of fumigatime, when people kicked older ting his garments of their free silver tho pricks. Negroes should understand smell. The trail of tho serpent seems only once for all that they arc needed to hang over this man, who can well republicans, who exclaim, "an enemy hath done this." at voting time by the will continue to keep them hewing THOUGH last year was one of general wood and drawing water. financial depression and stagnation in HaHon. A. S. Willis, minister to business, tho Louisville & Nashville Honolulu, Jan. 0th, of was enabled by excellent management waii, died at pneumonia, contracted on his return to to increase Its earnings nnrly half milof lion over 1895, the total being $20,247,-34the Island. He served the people very acceptably in several Louisville The L. & N. is not only the pride capacities, including that of Congress- of Kentucky but the South. Mrs. man, but he persisted In keeping and that POOK old Kentucky, bankrupt and e Thompson in the The handsome cus- republican ! Auditor Stone says It will lost him his job. contako a loan of $500,000 and an increase tom house at Louisville owes Its procured of the tax rate to over 50 cents to pay to him, he having struction deficit. the passage of tho bill for its erection current expenses nnd meet the In It. His and taken great Interest POLITICAL speech at tho laying of Its corner stone Pig Iron Kelley, both now and that of reTeller Is solid in Colorado. He was with the silent majority, are well U. S. Senator Friday. membered, together with the It is stated that the republican tariff Willis was attending It. Mr. will not revive the sugar bounty. not a brilliant man, but what his hands bill Judge T. F. Hargis has announced he did with all his found to do that adhis candidacy for judge of the crimmight and his fidelity to duty was inal division of the Louisville court. mired oven by his enemies. The Lexington Herald is about to Legis- change hands. Desha Breckinridge Is did not tako the Tennessee It lature long to pass the bill requiring n2gotlatlngto buy It from S. G. Boyle gubernatorial contestants to give bond and assume control. Maj. McKinley has just had his life in the sum of e2T,000 and Gov. Turney at once. If such a law pre- insured for $50,000. Tho maje is pretty signed it vailed in Congressional cases there valuable since his election. Palmer Gray was sentenced at Scotts-burwould not be so many frivolous contests money there is In it. The Ind., to 10 days' imprisonment, made for the Tennessee Legisla- disfranchised for 10 years and fined $25 democrats of the ture are to be commended for making for violating the election laws. There are 32 candidates for the reTillman put up or" shut up. His chief to get Mc- publican nominations for the various desire Is to pose as a martyr county otlices of Bell county; 33 In HarKinley to give him a fat job. was put in type, Till- lan, 04 in Leslie and 49 in Perry counSince the above man has announced his abandonment ty. The bill for an International of the contest. He claims, however, conference, as agreed upon by he was elected, but does not bethat his action the republican caucus, was introduced lieve so 825,000 worth, as very decidedly shows, beside?" demon- in Congress yesterday by Senator strating the lack of confidence he has Chandler. John C. Spooner, who has been there In his own cause. Gov. Taylor will be before, has been nominated for the U. inaugurated Thursday. S. Senate by the republicans of the legcabinet makers have been at islature of Wisconsin and will succeed The work for McKinley bince before his Senator Vilas. election, but there is nothing certain Texas seems to want a place in the about its construction yet. except that cabinet badly. A petition witli 103,000 Senator John Sherman will bo secre- names has been delivered to Maj. Mctary of State, a very excellent selec- Kinley asking that John Grantbemade tion, and would be a generally satis- postmaster general. factory one, except for the dicker as to Representative Spencer, of Missisthe succession to the Senatorship from sippi, introduced a resolution to auOhio. A very short horse Is said to be thorize tho secretary of State to buy slated for tho job, simply because he Cuba, but not to pay more than for the pearl. has been a party worker and worked valiantly for the man from Canton. The Negroes of Laurel county want one of their number nominated for demonstrated that when Platt hassuccessfully conducting a jiller by the republicans. They have it comes to accordingly indorsed James Potter, of political canvass for himself he Is Altamont, for the place. Eclipse with the rest nowhere. He was There are four republican candidates nominated for tho Senate by the New to represent Laurel and Rockcastle York'Leglslature on a vote of 147 for counties In the legislature: J. G. him to 7 for his opponent, one Choate. Creech C. W. Haverty, John W. NelFew men there be who can make their son and W. R. Williams. calling and election so sure as Platt, President-elec- t McKinley is going to who is more than ever entitled to be put on style in Washington. Ho has called "tho boss." ordered a brougham at a cost of $5,000 T. Adams and and ho has had an agent out for a V. T. Adams, James a pair of horses. C. M. Madden are now the publishers month trying to buy Judge T. J. Scott and Hon. Ben A. and proprietors of The Winchester they Sun, and will continue the business of Crutcher have announced that firm name of want to succeed themselves as circuit the Institution under the attorney Adams Bros. & Co. J. R. Broadhurst, judge and Commonwealth's with tho paper, retired to resjMJCtively In the Richmond district. who has been The Texas Senate on hearing that go into other business. Tho Sun is democratic to the core and deserves Mr. Bryan would visit tho State, adopted resolutions extending to him all tho tho success it Is achieving. courtesies of the body. Tho resoluSOME of the papers are giving spaco tions allude to him us tho "brilliant to tho status of George Denny's feel- orator", "the great and matchless triings for Sara Roberts and vice versa. bune of tho people." Sam says he loves George, but if Tho Free Homestead bill passed the George loves anylxxly but, his selfish Senate. It opens for settlement self the fact will never appear. Denny U acres of public land acquired did not like the way he was turned from the Indians, with no charge to down for Breckinridge last fall, and settlers beyond tho small otllce fees, t most of us can seo where he is right. those who and releases heretofore settled on these lands. Louisville papers have ACCORIMNO to the In the democratic primary in Mercer all of MeKlnley's cabinet is to bo taken Saturday John Forsythe beat John I. from Louisville and Kentucky. Tho VanArsdale 200 forsheriff; Dave Cheatrot these papers print about imaginary ham won over Lillard for jailer, statesman, is sutllelent to make a can- Floyd Taylor was nominated for school ine disgorge. superintendent and Lee Coleman carA HUSUAND has just got a verdict of ried every precinct for assessor. Tho $.j0,000 against a rich New Yorker for other candidates for countyotllces had alienating tho affections of his wife. already beenjnomlnatcd. Neither was present but Mr. Roberts At $50,000 per alienate there are a good who wouldn't mind tho throw some bouquets to Gov. Bradley many husbands and Dr. Hunter-a- t his banquet the oth alienation. PEOl'LK who were or 0. on tho Western line of tho tho splendid army of orators who proclaimed the Creek reservation and later looted tho doctrines of protection and sound mon town of.; Now kirk. There are in Boston 5 national banks, ey In the highways and byways of KenCitucky was our eloquent governor, who, seven inoruthatiMiro in New York aggregate capital of as a campaigner, has few equals and no ty, which have an suiwriors In tho United States. Our $50,:i50,000. Tho capital of those banks county organizations were modeled runs all the way from $200,000 to and several of thorn havo surupon tho plan Introduced In the memcampaign of 1695 by that pluses equal to more than 50 per cent, orable gifted politician and tactician, Br. of their capitals. Tho amount of indiHunter, whose advice tho committee vidual deioslts averages about and loans about $100,000,00. frequently sought and received." er night: "Foremost of co-ic- sz: "T"H El Louisville Store. You arc cordially invited to inspect our new and complete line of Spring und Summer Samples just received from II J.Franks & Co., the Leading Chicago Tailors. The season of iSoj is thus inaugurated with a grand display of the very latest designs in $100,-000,0- NEWS NUGGETS. - FARM AND TRADE, car-loa- post-otlic- cere-monl- cg ed Horseshoes are made of ImiuIkk) In Aunt Cynthia Carroll,- known to be China. 120 years old, died near Charleston, W. d of F. Reed sold In Atlanta a Va mules ai $50. John C. Wlllard, owner of tho WashThe Buffalo Driving Park Is valued ington hotel which bears his name, Is at $1,000,000. dead. ' E. T. Pence sold to.Iesso Traylor 20 Benjamin L. Davles cut his wife s calves at $13.50. throat at Rugby, Tenn., and then comCapt. P. C. Kldd, the Lexington mitted suicide. turfman, is dead. J. Pierpont Morgan has given a milAn Iowa firm of breeders has 400 hospital lion dollars to found a lying-idraft mares in foal. in New York city. The pacing mare, Lady H., brought A. R. Fowler, of Atlanta, had both $2,000 at Pittsburg. of his hands shot off within a few Towksbury will place John R. Genmonths while hunting. try, 2:00 in tho stud. The National Bank of Cynthiana deO. P. Huffman Iwught of Bun Gaines of per cent, for tho clared a dividend some fancy butcher stuff at 3e. half year ending Dec. 31. M. O. Vandeveer sold a small quanOwen county has bought all its turntity of corn to town parties at $1.20. pikes and appointed a turnpike InspecC. A. Thompson, an Iowa tralner,has tor to keep them In repair. 50 years and given 90 horses records from 2:08! to William Hall, aged 2:30. deaf, was killed by a train while walk-I- n Frank Work, aged 78, still drives tho nn tbu railroad track at Foster, chestnut gelding, Edwatxl, 2:19,vthat is Arch Dixon, colored, was sentenced 25 years old. at Henderson to 19 years' ImprisonFou Sale. Fine pair of work mules; ment for attempted criminal assault. R. II. 10 hands high nnd good lookers. The boys' wing of Buckner's Crow, Shelby City. home at Dallas, Texas, burned Fifteen broke mules ready for the and 10 boys perished In tho llames. market and 35 shoals for sale by M. S. Mrs. George Lewis and child, or ort Baughman. Stanford. Estill, Madison county, were seriously The National Trotting Association, burned by tho child's clothing taking at the close of ISM, had 003 momliors, fire. tho largest enrollment of Its history. The number of murders in tho UnitLyon & Allen lought around Crab ed States last vear was ulxnit 9,000, and Orchard a car load of hogs at 2!c and tne number of legal hangings less than shipped them to Cincinnati Saturday. 150. Old Joe Davis, 2:171, sold for $90 at A Negro who knocked down """ rob ,,ublic auction in Boston. A few years bed a white man at V hltecastle, La.," '" l" was taken from tho jail and hanged by, n 15 Or-nhan- Imported and Domestic Woolens i And the fabrics submitted to your admiring gaze will cause you to burst forth in a spontaneous song of appropation and delight. Our gatments will be made up according to careful measurement, and we guarantee fit and workmanship in every instance." Come & See for Yourself Even though you may not want to buy at the present moment. In other lines also wc are going to supply you with the best that can be s' l-- , g, )ime-tall- lc ?200,-000,0- 33,-252- ,7 from-pnymon- a molK California is Ulyses Sweet, agent at Brannon, had U. S. There are , Stanford Lyne, tho turfman, urr.tcd lho of lQmQn for cursing him and ho was fined $14.2. Stllt, ... i.,,uis lmrtlos will build a race at his trial. A: URBANSrCV & CO., Proprietors, child of Union Hill, mick ja Hol springs, Ark., and havo d A N. J., while troubled with whooping moinjr thero cvorv ason from Decem-cougT. D. RANEY, Manager. coughed up a safety pin and a , March. Branch Stores: shoe buttoner. r.uv Wilkes will be shii)iod East from Innnln Tlrmvnini' IlimiMld into tllC California to be sold at auction. Ho Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, river near Monterey with her child, I was once valued at $75,000 and his stud Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elirabcthtown, which was born out of wedlock, and fee was $1,000. 850 mules were sold In and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. both were drowned. No less than While at work on a building at Columbia, Tenn., last Moday, estimatN.L, Sommers Cole, a cnriwn-te- ed in round numbers to have reached found a box containing $25,000 in the high mark of $110,000. monev. bonds and mortgages. The State Irrigation Convention, just uepuiy U. a. Marshal W. A. Byrci adjourned at Laredo, Texas, contained was instantly killed by Jacob Neaco, mon who nfJW pa,( two crops a year To think how many and varied are the artinear Jackson, Breathitt county. Tne whoro once even grass would not grow. cles which arc kept by an allround druggist ? ...... ....,-- tH.r. u'nu tfvtmr, to iirrost him. UI..V.W. j J. T. Huguely rum to B. G. Fox ...... Brushes for the teeth, brushes for the hair, In the trap shooting match between McKoe jjn tfWH yearling mules at brushes for the bath, brushes for the hinds. Elliott, of Kansas City, and J. D. Gay, n0 id to Fox two road horses of Pine Grove, this State, at Louisville fm. 5200 uul onu cotton ,m,0 for w,. Sweet scented soaps, sweet iccnted essences, Saturday, the former won n io sm. Artv(H.uto sweet scented powders for the wardrobe. Hot The battle ship Texas is to be sent to R wlJ(1 th,lt u .Missouri man was water bottles, bottles for babies and bottles of Galveston harbor on February 10, to UIluiJ0 to j,jvo ttW.lv a team of mules in medicine till you can't rest. If you'd learn the $50,000 silver service to be ,jellem)I, city the other day. But it receive j)C ro,numlH!red thut the legisla- presented by tho people of Texas. mU8t more about our variety you'd come here often Nino men on an ice lloo are being eat- - ....... 1....1 i... , ,.,mvnntl. er. Come to sec us. Pknnv's Drug Stoke. ried out I.nto Lake Michigan by a gale, D c Terhuno shipiod to Shriver, of with the temperature at zero. Their pem,hyivnnla, 2(5 coming mules. Ho lnnight them from J. K. lescue alive Is believed Impossible. collision on the L. & N. uiU1,rhman, of Lincoln county at f 15. 10. In a rear-en- d at Sinking Creek, Win. Cbnley, a Cin- - -- HamKlsburg Democrat, clnnati stock man, was killed. Two juntlle:y Futurity for tho foals other passengers were badly injured. t()f is)7 has been opened by the Trot- W. II. Garnett, a Negro, is in jail at ting IIoivo Breeders' Association at Hyden, Leslie county, charged with Lexington. It will close March U and murdering Miss Polly Foltner, who is guaranteed to be worth $1(1,000. mysteriously disappeared Jan. 2d and . F l$ Twldwoll, of Hustonville, sold Advertising prices is a little out of our line of business but to whose body was found in the woods. to U- L Cooji of Nicholasville, his har- Theo. Goohring, of Pittsburg, Pa., ness mare by Naboth, for $175. She is will let cats alone in tho future. While ' a great road mare and defeated at tho stroking one the other day tho feline ' fairs last year trotters with records as grabbed his thumb with Its teeth and jrO0d as 2:20. At the' sale of Col. Pepper's thor- held on until Its head was chopped off. s near Lexington, 50 sold at At Richmond, Va., while Paul Davis, ' an average of $23, Including the lm-t- o a Nero, was being conveyed from jail Kantaka, which stallion, bo"trled for assaulting Cora Twitch-- ' ported Here we are with shot the brought $25, 13 yearlings brought an ell a white girl, her father $7. Negro, inlllctlng a wound which will average of 10c thousand bushels will fully Lenox Soap, 53 per box of 100 Cakes, or 3 cakes for Twenty probably prove fatal. cover tho amount of wheat in tho hands Every Day Sjap, $2 per box of 80 Cakes, or 8 cakes for 25c Tho coroner's jury has returned a county, Family Glebe Soap, $1.90 per box of So Cakes, or 10 cakes for. verdict in tho case of tho Cahaba river of tho farmers of Woodford ..25c iK) cents for disaster in which tho cause of the ac- - Local buyers are offering Ark Soap, $2 40 per box of 100 cakes, o 10 cakes for 25c tenden-sult- s cident Is "Ivcn as unknown. Already wheat with a gradual upward Butter Milk Toilet Soap, 3 cakes for 25c Sun. aggregating $240,000 have been A fairly good crowd attended Dan-er- s White RoseTolct Soap, 2 cakes for jc filed as a result of tho wreck, and othville court yesterday, but not much are in preparation. S?"We have been selling soap at the above prices for over 60 days. Theophelus B. Steele, u Lexington business was transacted. Thero was of Dr. Steele, who very little demand for tho few cattle on lawyer, and a son was a major on Gen. Morgan's staff, market and only a half dozen or so of and who-,- mother was a Breckinridge, the Inrgo number of mules thero is in jail at New York for passing a bo- - changed hands. - !. a 1.J.. 11711! HFl.t Stanford. Ky "' w iiuicry, uiu kjiuu orueuer oi Dealers in Hardware, Groceries and the like gus check on a typewriter girl. Vnv Hanoi- mills atCrescentvlllo, Chester White hogs, recently sold at , Tim O., burned. Loss over $150,000, which public sale 31 at an average of $29.30. Pro-aincludes machinery valued at $100,000, Included in tho sale was tho boar munufact- - tection, 35 J, which went to Illinois at over 1;000,000 pounds of ured paper and 50,000 pounds of crude ' $210, the highest price over paid at stock. Over 75 men are thrown out of public sale for a Chester White boar. The litmus of tho famous trotting sire, w0l.j. John Dunii is in jail at Versailles for Rysdyk's Hamiltontan, which lie under committing an assault on Mrs. Port- -' a handsome monument, aro to bo dug wood, his "niece and a bride of two up and mounted to bo placed In tho months. As tho assault is alleged to' Museum of National History in New have been made two weeks ago, thero York. Tho museum has an excellent For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of materhl at closer does not seem JU) bo much In tho collection of fossil skeletons showing prices than evter. tho equine species from tno evolution charge. Boxing dressed d horao that is Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. A band of robbersoperatlng In Okla- - tho period of tho one side all seasoned stock. homa is headed by George Taylor, ono no larger than a fox down to within the murderers of tho Mecks family j 000 years of tho present time, but thero In Missouri. Tho gang robbed a stage ' is no specimen of tho modern horse. I J itho had for the least money and a glance at the following prices with a comparison in quality will convince you: Three papers of pins for 5 cents. The best 5c Hose in the country. Nice Kid Gloves at only 75c Pair. Nice Jersey Gloves at only 15c Pair. Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits at .19c, worth 75c. See our Tuxedo Plaid Suitings at 5c yd. Just the thing for children's dresses. Remember wc always carry a big line of Cottons. "Hope" brand at 6c yd. "Fruit of the Loom" and "Lonsdale," "Green Ticket" at 7c. A good yard wide Hrown and Hleach at 5c. Our 10, is and 25c Suspenders and our 10, 15 and 25c Socks for men arc uncqualed at these prices. Hoys' Knee Pants at 20c. Mens' Jean Pants at 75c, worth Si. 25. A big line of Hats bought at auction. Prices 15 to 50c. Worth three times the amount. Our ready-ma- de stock of Clothing is always full of bargains and it will pay preparing to furnish all you to examine it. THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. three-year-ol- h, Mlll-vlll- e. r, Did You i Ever Stop -- I . - 1 ( two-year-o- ld ,w SOAP! - Ksep Abreast With The Tines ough-bred- ) f I ey.-Woo- dford 0 ... HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Doors, Sash and Blinds, . 1 .1 - I Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Etc five-toe- 1,-- of A. C.SINE, - - Stanford, Ky. ' fYTTrrti iSMWPg-'UL'-J- i wq w i 1 W'U.U Hell Nnw wall jiapor, nifn, uarpctH anil you beat qtmlity stool John I). Hockfoller, the multi-mil- superintendent' roolltitf nearly as uhoap as you can buy lionaire, was THE INTERIOR JOURNAL inatthiKH at Withera'. shingles. A. C. Sine. of a llaptlst Sunday school In Clcvo- -' WantI'd. 100 IwhIioIh of ulovui land. lie returned the compliment' bood. IJ. K. Wuurun & Son. Hlanic books, tablets, lino station- with a $20,000 gift. ery at lowest prices. Cards engraved, Stanford, Kv., Jan. 19, 1897 I WILL sell rough lumber and Win. Seargent. of h county, latest stylo. W. 1J. Mclloburts. got mad with his wife and cut oil one of as low an anybody. A. ('. Slim. Till: suits against W. T. Hichardson her ears. He didn't like her loooks then. K. ('. Walton, Huhinixs Manaoi'ii. Tin: I'liuajHiHt lino of ledgers and day at .Junction City necessitated his as- - wi he chopped oil" her head and lied to! day bookn in town. Craig it I locker. slgnment, the many friends of the Tennessee, whore ho war, captured Sat- -' Yoiislioulil tnko j our 'iruHcriptlons to urday. youeot'li-Wk will cell from SI to .Til clever merchant will regret to know lVnny's drug bumo vi cro prompt and The Somerset that ceiitH per pound. Warren it Shanks. At our blacksmith shop you can got William Zaekaryj Reporter saysKiul of Is gtimiuitootl of tho West any kind of work done at tho very lowKyks tested free of ehargu. Our $1 Lincoln, was married at that place to Hpuctaoluri can't bo beaten, t'raig it est prices. Heinember wo guarantee MNs Myrtle Alcorn. Tho wedding PERSONAL POINTS. Mocker. work and do not credit anybody. M. took place at James Wickerslmm's and S. . J. W. Haughman. ' Hev. W. K. Arnold performed tho cer-hl- s Mrs. J. L. Vantih Is visiting her Store-room- , with entrances both on sisters at Somerset. emony. John Hrcce Nevies is trying Main and Lancaster streets, for rent. Mr. J. C. Hryan wont to Franklin W. hand at inventing and has made the1 Cards announcing tho marriage (f Walton. Saturday to visit relatives. model of a verv ingenious letter Hie. ' Mr. J. L. Frohman, of the Globe. Dan- Miss Ida McColi.U.M, of Richmond, Strnooraphy and typewriting done which he will try to get patented and villi, to MNs Cora Kngel, of Chicago, Is the guest of Iter sister, Mrs. William correctly and reasonably at tho Interfrom which we hope he will soon get which took place Jan. 12, have been Hlce. received. They will bo at homo 'n rich. ior Journal otilce. . Miss Mary Courts, of Grounwburg, Danville after Feb. 1. The groom is to Look! We have just put In a lino of IlKJII winds prevailed Saturday and be congratulated on arrived Friday to visit Miss Kdna being able to start Cook Stoves and Hunges, at prices to Sunday with rain Saturday night. Sun-- ! Courts. the New Year so satisfactorily. day was as warm as Spring time but MissMinnirMunday Is attending suit overylxxly. Warren it Shanks. Joe Iilack. aged 77, and Lilla tho bi eath of Winter f ro.o up things tho Cherry Normal School at Howling Old Farmer Hopkins (lit, living near Mlddlesboro.wero f yesterday. Tuesday fair and cold, says married for the second time last week. lireen. OjMjra House, At Walton's the signal service. K. G. Williams, tho rising young Forty years ago they we're divorced, Thursday night, 21st. .. barrister of Mt. Vernon, was here yesWheeling a House. J. II. Haugh when Hlack went to Texas, and Mrs. To Printers. Wo have (KM) iounds man Co. bought of N. terday. it J. Menefeetho Hlack soon became Mrs. Thomas Stanof brevier and nonparlel, which wo Mrs. Nannii: Smith has moved to lot on Mill street uhhi which Smith hope. Stanhope died a few years ago, town and Is lioarriliig at Mrs. Kate 1. will sell at 10c per jkuhkI weighed In Kmhry has his blacksmith shop and are and a short while later Black returned tho cases. Miller's. moving tho oilico next to tho Metho- from Texas, courted her and their secMr. John Di'N'ton and wife, of Lexond marriage is the result. It IOHKH Than Houses- .- Hon. Har- dist church to it on rollers. ington, are guests of Mrs. Nannie Mr. Vincent Goer and Mrs. Hettle vey Helm must Ihj Hush. Ho has just THE lost is found. Mr. J. II. Sow-do- Dawson drove over to Lancaster a few Wearen. lNuightof J. K. Lynn his fox hound, the real estate linn, writes that he evenings ago as twain and returned as Mrs. K. G. Wallkr, of Lebanon lennle Lynn, for $i"i. was called to HulTalo, N. Y., to consid- husband and wife, Elder George Gow-e- n it visiting at George H. Junction, Wearen's. having bound them together. The Some oyster hungry thief stole a er a proposition for his marble quarry Sam J. Kmiiry, Jr., has returned bucket containing three gallons of near G 1.11 Sulpher, but will bo here for bride Is one of tho prettiest and most y or deserving women in Stanford, while from St. Joe, Mo., where he has Jhhjii fresh oysters from tho front of John II. biislne tho groom is a clever young man with attending Mihool. Meier's store Saturday night. A oET of tho Standard American capacity to make her a good hus- '.AS AND KtJ Dt'DDHRAR, of I.Ollls- which wo recently adver- the WOVEN wire and oak picket fence, j band and a handsome living, and they Ilk , arc up to see their brothers, Will the most economical fence in the mar- tised could lie obtained so cheaply, is will doubtless be very happy. and Sam, who are ill. There are I am selling it at alKHit cost of on exhition at this olllce. MR. J. H. Camhnisc'U, wife ami Miss ket. eight olumes and every subject includmanufacturing. A. C. Sinu. A blizzard swept over the Dakotas, Freda Meier went to Louisville tiatuc ing thoo is treated concise- Minnesota and Wisconsin Sunday. da to Ult friends. Ot'R friend, Chris. Lyon, seems to ly and satisfactorily. Come and see Chicago has 7.000 saloons. Their reMR. W. H. TllAYLOR attonded the have plenty of confidence in the futhem If you need such a work. ceipts are t21.0'K),000v and 'J." per cent, Distillers' meeting at the Gait House ture. He has ,'t,r( bushels of wheat lllo last week. A TRAMP called at Mr. II. S. With- of it comes from wage workers. in on hand, for which he has refused ii a ers' Saturday and asked for a dime to ' The consumption of liquors in this The V. M. C. A. will hold lis annual bushel. ciTho buy some quinine. "I can furnish you country is $1,200,000,000 annually; meiting at Frankfort, Feb. gars anil tobacco $(00.000.000. a total of Hl'SINlSSS CHAXOE. -- J us per it Snr-le- the medicine right here," said Mr. W., railroads will give half rates. of Junction City, have sold to who went back into the house to got It. 1,500,000,000. hA.Ml KL .Ml.'KlTTlllCK, who hlln Ih'011 Samuel I'alatka. a Hungarian tram', very 111 with Hrlght's illsease, was able Judge F. S. Tuttlo their stock of drugs, When he returned the tramp had do is under arrest at Eastman, Ga., on su- ., int.. l a tniiriitv i!tii chemicals, Ac, who will continue the in to come to tow a lew days ago. causou the wreck t go a long ways will, tho average beg- -' I,.,c.,? f t Holmi:h ami Mrs. business at their old stand. Mrs. O.I I I.. 1111:11 .,.. 11.. lib..., .....1, llll'liiuiliu lllllUll1. vaiuum. rnur, iviu., u w 1.I..1. -- n U...,j nva ..u..i ... .. ...ia rniiag yesterday for Greonborry ltright lelt AT tho examining trial of J. II. Anwere lost. l)0tOI. Hlrmingham to visit 1'rof. Holmes. derson Saturday, Dr. Morris swore ho T. W. Wright, a farmer near Tecum- Tin: "Kconomlcal Club" will meet did not know who cut him and tho acA Noted Liar. Please state In sell, Nob., last season raNed .'10.000 with Mrs. J. William Haughman cused was discharged. It seems to Tuesday's Issue of your paper that the bunches of celery on one and a half f om two to four, Thursday afternoon have lwen a case of mistaken Idonl- - author of the rejxirt In this town that I acres of ground. Ho will engage In Its J. S. HCC I IKS makes :tl Confederates ty sent the dis'Miteh from hero In regard ' culture more extensively the coming that we have found In Lincoln county e being season. He was a lieutenant in Co. A. Oth Ky. THE Indiana man who advertised for to tho Hustonville Contracts have been let for establishguarded, Is a noted liar and the truth a wife and got four and who is serving I avalry. es not in him. Tho article appeared In l",' a plant at Kannwha Falls, W. Va., MRS. J. I). l'KTTL'S, of Crab Orchard, a term in the for bigamy to use the water power in supplying and Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Campbell, of Is like certain Stanford merchants In the Louisville Host and not in tho Courier-JournaI corres- -' electricity for the operation of the coal the paper Louisville, were guests of Mrs. J. F. one rcs'HM'l. He Is convinced that ad' ikhhI for. V. R. Coleman. Mlddlohun?. mines In tho New River and Kanawha vertising doesn't pay. Cummins. Vallcv coal holds. Mr. J OH F. WATKRS was home SatTin: McKlnney eorresondont of the Tin: sujHirvIsors only gave hood to In Oklahoma City a mother was toss- urday and roHrtcd gratifying progress Louisville Times works that puor for the tales of woo of 18 of the 15S men, Ing her babe playfully beneath a very at Klchiiioml in securing members for all It is worth. An obscure old Negro whose assessment they, raised, and low ceiling when a protruding nail tho Maccabees. woman died near there tho other day stood pat with tho other 110. Tho to- pierced the soft spot in the center of M. G. ALDR1IX1K, of Garrard, took and the fact of her demise was prompt- tal amount of tho raise is $12.'l,vSS7, Its head, causing death. The unhapthe train here Sunday for Hrodhoad, ly dispatched as a big news making tho total assessable property of py mother Is hopelessly Insane. item. where ho will likely go Inlo the mer. tho county 1,271, 173. The supervisJesse Powell, who killed Thomas cantile business. Till. Stanford holders of stock In the ors cost 4120, but as the additional as- Roberts, aged l.". was held for trial at J. K. FAHAY, stenographer at First National Hank of Florence, Ala., sessments will raise a tax of $700, it Manchester in ? 1.000. Powell had a ban returned to bis home in do not receive much encouragement. It will be seen that they paid for them-- 1 pistol that he supposed to be empty and Louisville. Ho is succeeded by has never declared a dividend yet that selves pretty well. napped it at the boy when it tired, cut Fishback, of that city. we reinemler and the statement for tho femoral arter-,- . which bled Month: Fox, of Danville, orders his last six months shows the earnings The Lincoln county auxiliary of the ting the to death. Roberts KiK'r scut to Atlanta, whore he and his eaten up with heavy expense and bad American Hible Society hold their 7 Uh lainilj have moved lor the Winter. debts. annual session at the Methodist church ! Sunday night. After reading the minMr. 1'ux will trade in mules. Mr. Davidson has a strong compa- utes and reports of olllcers, tho election Miss Katk Dryk, acharzning.ouilg anil Lit cm I 0II1T.U rhntc ale my luuj from the Went Kml of Lincoln ny and carries all the scenery for tho of olllcers for the ensuing year was Main ttni'i, oocupylnc iliexputv with tlio -- taiiinnl, K no , fnini count, Is tho guest of hor sister, Mrs. wrfoot production of his play. Tho held, which resulted u- follows: Murrlirlmrcti Count. Court iliv.ninl If not sold mull "Hi then oil to the liMi"t MiMcr nil the H. C. Hradloy. Harrodsburg Demo- musical part of the performance was a A. C. Sine, president: the pastors built, Ixmu feature. Springfield, 111., Register. of the four churches hi town vice jriiilv"i s,,i,i pmp t rtyarraiik'iil of llio l"t In tlio (siiill'issl nml crat. Lt J r.irtlr lilt. Ill's.. At Walton's Opera House Thursday presidents, John J. McHoborts secreta- state Hh. W. S. GltlNSTKAD left iestor- Stanford. Ky. sMit ry. This olllce has been In tho Mcilay for Jos&amiuc to spend several night, 21. das with his daughter, Mrs. J. 11. There are three farmers in this Roborts family for .V years, Rev. S. DR. E. 1 iirner, and drink sulphur water for his county, who live in sight and less than S. McRoborts having hold it 10 yours, At Stanford. lualth. half a mile of one another, who have and his son' the present incumbent, l. years, J. C. McClary was elected treas- I'm five ear ami more Mlssrs. Gro. W. Dr.HoRD and J. N. different Hedell Chans Dr. .I'li.iKeii Into made bauiulors heled tho Crab Orchard cellor gets his mail at Walnut Flat, urer and depositary and J. S. Rocker, tlioMlemv of (tlm an .). Geis.l anil son the at give Mr. F. xiliiRe Liberty II. l'ryor at Rowland and John Mack Hulfinun, S. P. Stagg, A.J. Eurp .uxitiKlnn, Ky , and for llrst uegreo Saturday night. Neither Sam Owsley, Si., at Stanford. and T. D. Runey the executive board. more than a jear hat Tho next uuiitial meeting will bo held made wtt'lly lalt to knew tho other's petition was in until i aim Mini Dogs Lost. Two sotted hounds; ut tho Christian church the lirst Sun u 1111Ik', Im found mrrv they met in the auto room. Saturday until l l at lr. lloglr'ii oitice. Ill Miss Annr Shanks loft Friday for one about three and tho other 10 months day in November 1807. and ivforcnits) lr. Ilnnle Mnrli, Dunlap your our eft' lnirn or e old. Thu Mllliaoio Stuti) iiiriMit Rnv . O. U'tcher. Should l,,M,l.ie!in and .our awater, don't Iioth have black spots over left Louisville to bo present at the ,. , a.sig of Miss May Adams with Mr. O. eyes, running down over their heads. S. Savage, whose locks have become as milt )uii, rail on the only txelulve optician In tills ... us nnwn nun section who wioceeds when others fall N. beely at the residence of Mr. and Tho younger dog has rough huh and mini; iiuse loilll IS iieilti- - ground lo Milt the .Mon and frames aetunitely tlio afternoon. one grey ear while theolderhassmooth ing with tho weight of Mrs. C. S. Nield years nudo to tit the iiiio Will Iw atDAY ST ASAl'II IIOIT.I. I'arlors EVEltV Fill llitll Col. and Mrs. W. G. Welch cele- hair and black oars. I will glvo $10 was present and delivered a lengthy ad- torn few e"k. dress, lie has been agent for tho conbrated their China wedding, 20th anni- for their return. J. R. OrndortT. versary, Saturday, with a lino dinner cern for over 30 years. A rook which was borrowed from at which a number of thoso who wore George MoRoborls 10." years ago was present when the knot was tied, sat MATRIMONIAL. returned to his nephew, Mr. John M. down. McRoborts, a few days ago by a party Miss Heulah McFlwain, who has who doesn't wish his name known. On There are oi widows In Lawrence- been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. OwsOP tho lly leaf of the book was written burg. ley, Jr., returned to Franklin yesterJ. T. Ileum, aged 02, and Miss Susie "tho borrower or receiver will please day. Sho Is a very lovely young lady return this book to George McRoborts. Funis, 18, wore muniec" at Lexingand nuido many warm friends hero ton. Fob. 14, 1702." among both sexes. John Ferguson, S3, and Mrs.. Nancy John F. Smiley, one of the most Dr. E. O. Zehagen has made ar Fought, 72, both of Nortonville, woio popular young men in business and to. rangements to be at the St. Asaph Ho married at Lawroncoburg. WILBUR Ft. SMITH, PRESIDENT. LEXINGTON, KY. clal life in tho city, has severed his tel parlors every Friday until noon for Edwin Clark, of Lexington, and Miss connection with K. Ii. Grovor it Co., to a few weeks. Ho comes to us well rec- Nancy Hccknor, daughter of m tunica. xveiersnce eluding 100Diploma at World' Award or Medal and accept a flattering oiler from tho JJos ommended and is no stranger to tnuny etc. Hocknor, were murriod ut Win- Exposition lor A Tborongb, lafluenUal aad Honored ton Shoe Company, where ho goes Mon of the readers of this paper. Ho wants chester. Colli-ffHundreds ot studepts In attendance past year, from 20 state. day to assume tho managemontof their a share of your patronage by deserving Wlllium N nirdwhlstle ami wife, the Bualneaa Course condita ot IluslneM Arithmetic, 1'enmansMp, Commercial men's department. Louisville Times It, as ho makes optics an exclusive pro parents of Kill tor lllrdwhlstle, of the Law, Merchandising, llanklng. Joint Stock, Business Practice, fession and bus his diploma of qualill Anderson News, celebrated their gol- Manufacturing, Lectures, etc. Mercantile Correspondence, notice. Coat or Full Ilnalaeaa Coarae, Including cation. Roudhls den wedding at Lawroncoburg. LOCAL AFFAIRS. Tuition. Stationery and Hoard la a nlco family, about to. Nhortba.Bd. Type wrltlnr and TelefTrapkr Tin: Opera nouso promises to bo "Poor but honest," sho removed her are apeelaUleai have special teachera and YOU should see our 2.jc ledger. Craig crowded Thursday night. Those who hut In u theater and so captivated u rooms, and can be taken aione or with the Business Course. saw Mr. Davison when ho was here in rich doctor, who murried her, and so hpeclal department for ladles. our graduates In .: Hooker. Nltuntlona. The demand for 1803 remember what a superior actor thoy lived happy ever afterward. dlUerent departments of this College has exceeded Its supply. HOUGH lumber and shingles for yule. Tom Lowe, arrested at Durant, I. T., Lexlasrtoa. Ky., the location of Prof. Smith's ho Is and that ho carries a company of College, II. J. McHoborts. bealthfulness competent urtists. If you intend to go confesses to have married 10 women in climate: is noted for Its and 11 banks. and One Accesshas 25 churches ible by Its many railroads. Dairy. Milk route and wagon for tuul of course you do, It would bo the the last eight years, all of whom are Mo Taeatloa. Enter now. Graduates successsecure a ticket, now living and huvo one or more children ful. For circulars address Its President, aiilo at u bargain. A. G. Hu'Tman, jiart of wisdom to WILBUR R. SMITH, Uxington, Ky. on sale at McRobcrts' drug store. apiece. Stanford. I ulilii-kIoC'hi-NtlnJ A-- 2 I A FEW WORDS TO YOU. I We solicit your Trade lor the year just begun, guaranteeing you Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. Given as Low Prices as any cash house in town. Give us a"call. Thanki'iif , von for yv. mt,on vn.ir (sun uuugi. aim 3uuiuiny a Cash Customers Very Truly, t continuance, I ?m ,,i 1 W. B. MoBOBERTS. M Stan-ho'M- .', mmmmwm,mm Valaes Table fiVl Bi? in Linens. V k jxi Better goods were never offered for the money than following. 1 1 m II the Fast Color Turkey Red Damask II II I II I II II II II 2;c yard 30C 35C Ann II I II II r, A In the above we show a beautiful line of patterns, colors guaranteed fast. German Half Bleach Linens. 50 inch German Damask, 25c yard. 58 inch German Damask, 40c yd. . Napkins to match at 75c doz. 70 inch German Damask, 49c yd. 34 Napkins to match, $1 doz. There are no better ble Linens. Bleach Damask i &a & m 2 to-da- wearing goods made than these German Half Bleach Ta- ii jf I 58 inch bleach damask, 50c yd jj napkins to match, 98c doz 62 inch bleach damask, 75 cents. 54j napkins to match at Si. 98. 70c Geranium leaf te F 5jK z ia-'J- l. r, i &i m to match at S3. 50. We can show you 20 dif-lerent patterns. Towels. 20x40 all linen towels at 10c each. Fnr thic week we will make a special on 25c towels for 35c pair. Many other bargains in towels and crash. 24 inch Plaid Linen for fancy work, iijcyd. We will take pleasure in showing you these goods H ''P-n- s m Nl , S ocicniv'uc ST? E1 f RD M ll a I at &UW.1 m -- . am. i 11 n.ii-t.w- Back of IVIy of Promi 1 toll-gat- 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 timepiece. l, Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen tho'n by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. THOMAS DALTON. m m How-lan- d, DID YOU KNOW IT ? Did you know that we keep the purest andlbest 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 An-br- ej FOR SALE! m 111 11 w-111 111 -- these things, C'hri-tl.11- 1 - W-fo- 'x'-- .1 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 S6 e 1 f' m 0. ZEHAGEN HOOKER. In- - ost-ol)lc- Ma-son- jimfe-d- on B. K. , WEAREN & SON -- I wiii-r- mat-rlag- ...... four-scor- e Dealers 1 tin-roa- I , Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Blackboards, &c, Agents for ! Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. I . rCKY wvmm.. H. C. BUPLEY, I m THE MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving - his- p Hook-keepln- f, Book-keeplni- r, IP HERD -- .- - ' && All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. (THE QtUE-QRA- Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey USD uli-otei- MS- - .'XsBSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSLSsk. M r lircoilera wero oflliUlauiuiwIin-oi- l plem town KIII deiut) lot or ilfc"i l from tho lrft lunU of of swluo in scleral btatw A 01 uiiiereni. aura wlkitetl R. i. iJUJMJi.ujrn, OrcliarJ, Crab Aadress .T """? IJla.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB'a.BMBBBaBlB-IHLtB.PP- H Ky.l 9SHBSH9Bfe&BBSIBE5HaVsV' mi -- wmr m -- umT'ti ai V. : Hore Lunger inn, Work S.crIN of Hot Air, Hot WV.Irr nml 8 tram Which SiiMtaln liiK It nt Ion'.' LATEST CREATIONS OF LEADING IIoit.u IlratliiK. It is truo that grain is nutrition in n DRESSMAKERS AND MILLINERS. Otiro upon a jhno IiSrIi tcmpprtituro I'J.sllsl5.o5.'r,. wnn nil tlmt projilo requiml from tlio concentrated form, and it takes longer T Narrow Skirts Mnnll Slcoe nml .Short systems umjiI in lienting tlit'ir houses', for it to digest than grns'i, and that is PJQ It YJCAB IN" u.T) NOVNCJ2 $12 J.ickt-Itiitr Ulnch Satin or Moire but uam, wholtoiiKuurifliiinv tlm iiinin ono of its advantages. Simply becnuso Clicrry feature, says u writer in tJie New York it takes longer is not inrticiitivo tliat it Urrito tlu Smii;f;ir Thing will 10 charged- j3- - When not so paid Tribune, who furnishes Mm following: uses m much inoro vital forco to do it. cut Millinery. l.rncN In Colors Tlio iili.vsieiaiw liave etlucutrd tlio nocnlo Simplified, it is the food in thcKtomuoh Tlio fcusou is now in full wing, and; to uudeistaiul tlint hot rooms aro not that is being digested LOCAL TIME CARD. K. C that keeps up tho Rowns worn at.tlio fashionable functions romlucuve to Rtiod liealtli, and they havo heat in tho body, or, in other words, Train IcnctManfunl at iMua.m nntI:returi,,at. jnnko npparont tlio fact that much is. eatisid the mean temperaturo of tho nv on,or to work u)011, AlMl at 4:91) '. in. left to tho tasto and fancy of individn- - ' erago dwelling houso to fall several do - y,tnl ro,rco' ln uIs. rp:,.. aro a fow vital points tlmt rrmia ill tliQ last f.i. years. AT.,..! was JUSt If) lolltt US tho llOf-- ll!S food of tllO L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,M 37 i in inut bo observed, of course. Tho Fkirts expected in tho way of electricity for naUiro required in Ids stomach for his No. 21 Train goliii? North .. Sl.taiu ' '.'fi must bo moderatoly narrow, sleeves heating purposes, but as yet it has not vital forces to draw upon he can work. No. 12 01 p in " Mtilh No. 25 " Finall and jackets very short. Tho bo- justified anticipations. "Klectricity may When that food is gone, he has to draw 1 03 . in No. 2 lero is much worn, and black satin or become a rival to steam, hot air and hot upon his stored up cnetgy and begins to moiro is tho proper thing in black Hill; water sonio day," said an expert in tho lose strength from that time until there QUEEN !& CRESCENT. dresses. Cherry color leads. All kinds heating business, "but tho day is not is a now supply in tho stomach, or, in ITK' ' Trains p.n.liim lion City ns follows. of trimmings aro adopted, according to( yet in sight. Tlio real competition in other words, fuel to keep up tho supply 3 as p in No. 1 South .... 12 iti p in No. 2 North " tho kind of dress, furs mid laces. Jew- houso heating lies between hot air, of heat and energy. " .....12 (O n in " No. 3 lWpm eled embroideries, braids atid ribbons steam and hot water. No.fl " 1. ..II t a m " fi " Now, to ilh Irate ao that all may see, m " 10 fiW a 8 .15 r No. 9 " aro nil to tho foro. Flowers nro also ( Tho hot air furnaco continues in high a hor.so goes to work in tho morning at "Note-No- . Uniul 10 run tuTfurther than Juncfavor, and dealers say that tho Hales ? a. m. with his stomach full of grass much worn. tion City. AH trilns stop there. Ball gowns will bo nenrly all tullo havo been larger this year than ever be- that is 75 per cent water, tho balance KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. crude fiber and tho rust over satin or lisso with a deep rncho at fore. The furnaces of the latest patterns about ono-hal- f tho foot, a slightly shaped basque and aro superior in many respects to any digestiblo solids. In threo hours they VIA UKOltliliTOWN. e. M. A. M. tlio bodice cut square on tho shoulders. that havo over been placed on tho mar- aro digested and assimilated when thu A. M. V. M. Arr 1 05 2 uo , I.ve Somerset, 2 30 horse is at work, and if worked until Thcpo littlo all round basque, cut in ket, and expert mechanics are continu" 12'tM .let. City. 315 , Kni 4 50 battlements, arc so becoming that it is ally devising new methods to lessen tho noon he does it 011 his reserve force. If Arn.eorL'ctown, I.r in:l 4 IK) GM 735 J 15 It,'' Kr.inL.turt, not wouderfn) that they aro in request. objections to tho furnaco heat. "It is his stomach is full of hay, it represents ... ....o 5.5 I.vo 9 No pains aro spared in modern dress- bound to remain tho most popular," a about 15 pounds, about 2 pounds of 8 30 'Arr I'arii o 3o tt I'ally except SMimlay making, and the use of narrow velvets dealer said, "because it is tho least ex water, leaving 12 12 jkiuikIs of dry matI HKUCAW. C.. V A. of whinli is crude, nud narrow ribbons in tho ruches gives pensive, and peoplo will overlook a lit ter, nearly one-thir- d an immenso deal of work to tho dress- - tlo dust and a littlo bad air onco in indigestible fiber, leaving us ouly eight I THEINTERIOR JOURNAL CURRENT FASHIONS. HOW TO KEEP WARM. HAY OR GRAIN? ' nt l.t-iillli- lliiohixi'r U IVSmuVniInU U'hU, OINiumI lUimlrs rail N nllliM. n Machine ! N . thoitM rrtUMo Slnircr sowing Mnclilnc Mmifiinl.Kj .I. GAltLAND SINGLKTON In Hi IVrrln, Ajsent. nimflt ll (rtlc irt). urtitHllihte'or SiiiHntPihliMit uf l'ulll Silmi UnmlHCHtililY, milijwt In tit action of Hit' IK in n SHELBY & SHELBY, . C2.0 l'uirietir. .. L1VERY,FJEJED& BALE STABLE In a ramlklaln Rr irf I.IhcjIm mutt Jwt to In attloM of IheilrtiKMraMe im, Aeir TimiouK prompt Mtwitl"ii, wry r iirnniif " Wat'iillWtn for pImtIIIu Mtteohi ihim, rli!i ei r iM.iilib rulm is ! Unlly inilii itoil tlicm iioh of the ulii parly I Junction City, Ky. . lrt (1mm SAMUKI. M.OWliNii i' t e 1 a. rmcis. "j," Surgeon L'cntist, Stanford, Ky. Spas re In llm Owsley 2CM 1. :l . n WW for 9ICCOK3IACK 'H wvMnrnf Mnmlll 1 nlil n.hlnte ittKil.i .kiI.iii ! llie ileiii'H lati. MitT - tHtlieMly iip it sll ileil nr 211. a jei t n F. 1I.L.KIN nli OttiivDtvr Milinli'rK limn si. HiiiMiii,; m" 3am ititnlidate for AMir of I.IIMitln eoiinls f tlir iliiionnilli mrlt to Die mil fJ Uaruinlklale for AcvMirof l.liittn ciumlr nh t ImM fir I'lmiL frm-c- , ak ernn ami rnllliit: wire feint1 ran tlni wl at the) Jett to the action of the ilrmiHrallc pally ami raritotly ak tmir ant at my tor nenr t'oliir Crtvk.nn the 4U. I leiulliiK frntii ("Mli Orilmtil to Mjnfunl leep'ui liuti'l "iipply of plank for IMieliii: All MinHiif limiU'r fur ImlMliu piiriawa, nlxt lKinl ami MncU All mi) urtlrloof llil Mini ran cull mi int ut M Moiu HearCVUr l.lmstln .otintr. utc UnranilhUti (or (1 V. MNdl.imiN iryek. Until, tert to the iKli.xt ( the .leino. rath a thecowitty U liht cih! Mice Mf the pie, he )..ttr upilt. 3STOTICE ile-lrl- I JOE T.JEM RV "I' upit ll All t 11 itih c. a. 1UKUK .owrf at T lily iitiill i V ROYAI lyslg ROYALIST U ? i ttj 2 4 I H F titbit Q W f v i?) u i HTStj !4 POWDER Absolutely Pure. "CcU'lirateil for Iticrcat Ieaienlui; strength ami liAaltlifulnex. um the f.xiil n.iinst alum ami nil fitnr.j of ailiiltcr.illon o iouinij:i ill the cheap bramU IIoval HtKi.vo rou'iicit Co., New York. EVENIXO GOWN AND WHAI. . tf ft h U in potticoats tlio insnion now is for the foundation silk to end whero iiiu uuuuwun ui'm. j uiiuriuju uvuiiiii gown is of ivory whito embroidored silk wokks, gauzo over whito satin, while on tho bodice thero is a daintily beautiful emNFORD, KYJ, broidery of fino poarls, tho sleeves FfSolc proprietor of Dean't Mack Diamond Itoof simply of two tiny frills of the Paint, lvittmitci jurniiheil for palntini; ru.y, gauze. The evening capo worn with this metal and Iron roofs. Satisfjclion i;ii.inintfel All rooh luiutetl with Douh'k Black ltiaiuonil I'atnt gown is made of chinchilla, with deep warranted for j earn. Dealer in Innt Cittrii l'iinin and (I.ilraiilzeil Iron Kilter, (fa'vaiilzed and Muck frills of ivory laco, arranged so that they reach almost to tho hem of tho skirt in Iron Kooliug of all kliuK front Tho long ends of lace aro caught I in with ribbon bows in n new shado of deep violet. Red cloth is wonderfully fashionablo SicttllCM of (loun. for day gowns, and tho red boleros aro According to nt least ono authority, introduced over plain black bodices, trimmed with velvet and laco, or form gems have their Feasousof sicklies, and tho outiro bodico. For out of door wear it was held in tho olden times that their dark bluo cloth jackets of tho finest luster and well being depended very mako of box cloth aro boiug trimned much upon that of their wearor. Bo this VVILLCURE with chinchilla or with bands of narrow as it may, it is quito truo that turastrakhan. Tho latest idea in Paris is to quoises in particular havo a disagreeScrofula, Salt Rheum, drapo tho skirts very slightly on tho hips able habit of sometimes turning from Sores, Boils, Pustules, bluo to green. Pearls also change peelwith small folds. Eczema, Tetter, seems two or threo inclination to This ing, as it were in other words, shed-diu- g to indicate an bring an outer coat. Gems thus attacked and all diseases of the blood and drapod skirts into fashion again, but as tho same Bort of thing was attempted should bo sent at onco to it joweler for tST Makes You Well. soon after tho umbrella skirt came into treatment. It is told that indisposed pearls go into a box hospital, insido Indigestion, constipation and dys- fashion without much success it is kidney and liver disease pepsia, that plain skirts will bo worn for which they nro carefully closed both from light and air, and that after this its curative powers and somo timo to come. yield to period of thorough rest has been enjoyed Tho hats and bonnets, as a rule, aro when cured it becoming, though somo of tho largo so thoy emerge bright mud beautiful as &" Keeps You Well. called picture hats aro almost grotesque, over. with their iiugo cluster of cocks' feathers Scalloped O j iter. Sold in Lincoln county by or ostrich plumes towering at ono sido Drain a quart of oystors from their B. McRoberts, Stanford. W. and a bunch of chrysanthemums or vio- liquor. Sprinklo a thin layer of broad " Penny's Drug Store, lets of equally largo dimensions pluced crumbs in tho bottom of a gieased bakon tho other. " Craig & Mocker, ing dish, put in a layer of oysters, then Numbered with characteristic largo a Jayor of crumbs und sprinklo with W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. hats is ono built with a black velvet chopped parsloy, celery seed, salt and " F. B. Twidwell, brim uml crown of cherry colored satin. pepper. Now add another layer of oysJ. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tho garnituro consists of black wings ters, but have tho top laver crumbs. Tanner Bros., McKinney. and cherry ribbon. An examplo in gray Add half a cupful of cream to the dish, felt is trimmed with gray shot violet sprinklo with bits of butter and baku in J. F. AUtott, Powers. Beazley cc Son, Crab Orchard. tho oven about 20 minutes. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. J. T.Jones, m m urn iw STA 21-- tf maKer. , cou-sisti- J COOKE'S awhile if they know that they aro saving money." It is estimated that a steam plant costs about twice as much as n hot air plant, and that to heat a house by hot water a plant must bo put up which will' cost about 20 per cent more than tho ono for steam. Tho same calculation makes tho fuel for tho hot air plant tho most tlmt for steam 25 per cent less and for the hot water system 25 por cent les than steam. Large buildings will continue to uo steam until nome .system less expenivo can be dvied, and, when it is taken into consideration that most of tho heat in the large oflleo buildings and factories is furnished by exhaust steam, it is eay to understand that to furnish a cheaper system is a difficult task. Many new houses aro also being fitted with steam heating plants, but whero tho cost is not taken into consideration, and where tho matter of space dees not play an important part, hot water is being used. Tho advocates of tho system say that it is less complicated, and that when pooplo know that tho fear of exoani.itel 1oIt ifwl fT plosions is absolutely groundless more fiimlol ISlcv ir iviil x'r hx I'm mI h) W houses will bo equipped with tho hot .Miuoirin, iiii0;iM. water heating system. 77 True Jicmnly "In speaking of heating, gas should W M not bo overlooked, " said thu expert. "It nlitor TULIIna, "I v Him t krrp loins- without Hr KiMit'i does not bid for first place, because, it is New lort'oiKUHHrtkm. omkIh aHil I uM. :i it h man other-- . Imt iicn-- not lh.. too dear and because it will not fill tho . bill, but tho gas log for use in mild true rciiif.lv until we uri lr. klmo pUce lKi .M outer rcuii-tun Mku I In m our weather to tako tho chill olf tho room ir. Iioihc - In it lute j certain ami tiro cure for .., ng oiuli. etc" It l l otiili, olil, and to give a touch of make lieliuvo rvuittlie. eten If they arc comfort to a cheerless fiat has couiu to iint.il .hi jihi :uuliliotlorkwI b lr Kimt'n New Jhi a I'lscoter.. 'lliey are not li.xuHwlliki rem stay. ctly liat a rrcor.l of i ami u-- td 1.1 f a pounds of dry matter for tho digestion He Kin Ly a.k It thewtlloii ol the ilctu.Kratli f Is 'l. , Star H.tllruHilC'iV'liiK, to get on an average of eight ounces of jour mptrl - muscle and nerve forco out of, bofuie being up, and flvu pounds of heat SAM W. MaKNKl'KK mhm), ilenii aixl limp t ru ami Hay taen in forming material. tihamte IVme amlw u of Iacaii.ll.lKte Now, if this hor.o had eight pounds v lit. t otitic Jett lo the a of the hay and four pounds or four quarts if oats for Lis morning feed in TO round numbers, without close figuring, I lt.Ms OS IMI'IIOX we would have a little over double tho ml annual muscle and ueno force to draw upon In county. Ky , al ' wr "In for t.ur forenoon's work and los than hiti'tcil no II.itmnilioti ihryv.l AiKlma lil.O 'II I.oiMiiik', loilvl,. "Ill IT K. t half of the crude, indigestiblo fiber for k) I1W1 am Mill rul kr raUa.llnkth ( lorMmiW aoo.i an o, in ii iiImt iMforn.a aftaO, S kmn a uh4j .rf all Lib hi irf. Ultimo . Iivpiirc of the stomach to contend with, and yet toil. Ky a t.Ha watit at Ikt. Uiwmt immI1 .1' it would bo high nocu before the stom- lonl. ak rHjtl.wua.Mlll 4M MMl Matlro i.lri.altr K.4IW Mill ach was empty. And thus we can, by 1; J II IIHMilNS. M.MI K) the additiuii of a proper grain to our hay and grass feeding, maintain ami 1. hm JoH II. I flilllV keep up the strength of our horses from Uiiilcrtnlcer, day to day and week to week and evuti Kentucky. year to year, while tho hay and grass Ilustcnville. fed hor.so simply can't stand it. U. D. Smead, V. ., in National Stockman. IiI.httIcw li th opr rfWrt Lincoln uiiliw I uil (cl of t..Banl Caak ami t'a ) INSURANCE COMPANY M wjoti halolMannar r I! irl!in n .1 Viliv ' I1. faipittrf. The alve in thrw.rM for nt,, ItrulHM lt rlieuin. fenr o ivi. nlevrs tvtlrr, rbap- OK LlVKUl'OOL. el li.iml.. Ii11I'ImIm nirm awl all skin vruMloiia h curt iikm or hu i y rmulrwl. It b D. -- NOEL & SON, WILLIAM MOIvI.ANi DGHLERS IN COHL, It ramli.lvle eir. I l 1 1 1 ' .a J- Stanford; Kentucky. I ileiu-arat- MONEY 1 LOAN 1 1 .111 COAL I -- I 1 1 .1 1 HM-- jr. t. stJTTOisr. - If nn riii-v- i 1 3 t.MHH-io- S. CARPENTER, Hurttonvlllfc?. at 1 BJSEBEB & lti-.l- 111 hU-f- .' - two lluaxlit. one . ut ulMler helt tere Hoe rrev The llnmilw are Ht ila )oiw In t'tery rewt- - If you aui a tnr.iUt. til Ho- tillUaiol ml tehltlethal at mhc ami III p11 I.-.- cet CaSTLEMU. will Kite r w it..uullv. - ton Mtifaliou Mire I' S l Utn.NTI It. Commerce BuildinLX, Louisville. ir.iit Thn.oh..ot the s n't, ij a- 1 I toextx-rmieii-t D3a. "W. B. PKirisr-s- r W. iTANJ-OKl)- . J. TRIBBIiiJ. bwal ,reiit. - It neri't (alia tn stlW) trial W. II. M.IUlrls' liruicMor 'ft.- - mm iti-- tile 1 1 111 l, Kuaruntec.1 free at KUML'CKY. 37t SARSAPAR1LLA Mli Semi j our wl.liwt to II. V. lion A ( o , C'hl cu.ii, ami K''l a fret Miiiple Uuuf Hr Miik' Nc A trial will coin Iimw ton tftliclr nu--r c I'll! I.i '1 luw pill- - urv rat) In artioii ami arc iwrtnu-la- r it of c.intllwtuii ami McL ly ultrttltt- III lloH.lidie lor Malaria ami Liter troiiMci the) protcd Ititvluabla. 1 liuy are Kiurantecl have to lieptrfmly trwlruiu every dvlrtttrioiit sulntamr Tliey tlo Hot weaken unit to U) purely momathe ly their a. lion, Inn 1) giving tone a ti.l Inmult Kfiatlt lini(orati- - tin- lteKu li W It .MvltoU-il- , r lox. lar slio SV tliL-ctiri OcutiHt, Oilm-o- n : Stanford, Ky : lU- Farmers Bank& Trust Co. Ol SI A.MOlll. K l.aiimtcr Mrnt at -i litne Fail up Capital, 3200.G00 03 Fire Insurance Written on All Classed of Property in the Hebt of Companies. Surplus. 17,603 80 r I'nuxlsu pos-sibl- o Clue for Lnmr lhiek "My d.i itihttr wlieii reentering fmm an attai k of fcvir, tt.it a ureiil tutlercr Irmn uiin in thu ImiL jml liln." ttrlteit lycMiilm drotir, of NunlN, Ky "Alter utlng quite niiuilvr of remrtlln without any lienetlt lic tricl one lttleol riiMiuUrlaiH'it Iimui llalni jtid It I1.1t Kiteii tutlre icllt-f.1 Cain Halm NitNia certain euro for ( "n1'1 h) raljA llinkor, I'riial'l" -1 11 " 1 ii Gciitlciucii'H Clotliiiis: Made t Measure mm Hie mint nltractue line ol iminplm lo If My nyotein of iiiwmireiueiil Kntntt-- t a Why til in every lwrtmetit ran Iw nlwlel In ever) when with unieti-iin- t itartk-ulahy leavlnn iiteaviremeHl with we " am alo I aro a II) provl'iont uf Iti cliartcr. tleit.-full) pmtet titl at are d"tltnr In National (tank, Individually liallfllJ tin UlliB thirrmat theevttlit of the aio.Hinl of Ihelr the ar value tlttret-f- . In addition to tlieamotint In n.t tetel In nut h It ant Ac li am) act nt nnletntor ad , individual fully uiluMtator, tnittisi, IniiicrliiKiHir tlianknto tlot Imi have cnlrti.t mil cl their IiUIii- to tit, ne trutt the) for roiitln le ptoin t al toilo ni, ami eolhr at (tuarttHlee trlitloii to Mtme wur Jl)ear' cvi.ftecw III ut antrtHHH.Uliu.iv at are l liiKaml it villi Mtuiid lmitkllii. ihan-Mdrr- hil tk 1 UU-ra- t foiiinl. r I ml , Utueil The pn;reN.te lailie of ' of I lie Ueterfti-ti- l Netrs Uir-in1 Lalltioii ilateol April .1 lW. 'llieNivr t hlte.1 ttlth matlm ol intruot to women ami tt tiot.iu too lol lottiiiK Irolil a colleHHlelil ttliUli tile cillwrt a matter of tfi prlntitl rralUiiiic that it treatt thclTM-taliiiiirtaini-t'lite IhM rtmc.1) fiir ( roup (0I1U uml llrom lilllv that Ware ahle to liml I t.'oiuli Hemel) . I or faui-II- ) Kiall) rett.iueml It Tt ute It ha no c.iuil nml mx hollies tor mle h t rau; A llmker Urtij- - All work guaranteed rfitT a "Woman ,' 1 )ii )or t- - J J. William, Ml. Vernon; W. II. C'HWHtltw, IWeherM ihc J. II. I In Met , J S l)tre),itr., . II.Mutuk-.Ullliam .s J. KMhry, J. P. CUti. A. W Caixli!ir J L. I.tnii. tnitt,rHt. (eh. II ui 1 luiitl-rrluli- i' Agont For tho Lexington Stoam Laundry. JES3E D. WEAKEN. NEW- - J N Vlcnefe. .1 urrurkv Ontltv, I'mlalenl. ( W h II Shank ..i.ltr. M 1 lln,'it r .r FIRST NATIONAL BANK 111 1 Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. Now ."Umlo Cabinet. A new cabinet, which has been chris- IMBINiOINlMOMOIMl THE POPULAR g7t..t-....,3 mm tened tho Mozart, btands about two feet high and is nicely finished oil all round. It is fitted with six drawers, each drawer being labeled with tho names into which tho pieces of music may bo sortid, obviating all confusion and untidiness. Tho labels inoludo piano, songs, duets, or two jcart I haw mlteicl wttli IliditfeflUoit ami um iihjtit to frciiint :ttt-i- k ot pain hi the Kidiiiadi ami Ixittelt. Ouenr ttroilm. reincl) luiln oof thttand V.t nettr hy Craii; A pile.1 nlh-- l 't' NiM I'rl.v --' Ut l u,-Klliiri.iliiK-ulleiiie.Iy 1 are irouUfl ttith Imlhiettiou will of U lu II Icon lie inicmiel in the ihicfiitrk In rillwuy null ervicetil 1m MoIiio., Iiiii.i ttlio write It Kite me pletoiire to f uikI Colli ( holi-nto the nieritt of i tt Im te-tit slAMiiltn. K Capital Steel: $100,000. Surplus 515,760. - toito ll. Furniture :- -: House- .1 MONEY TO LOAN. Mime) to loan on improved city pni-rtor pro- hi' tlte limit In Sjimiforil and I.iikh.ii loiint) ul Alwi I wll iiercc'iil liayalile furni-l- i IhiiiiN for piihln. or coriratlou iilhclaltt c I.XMiitor- -, Ailuiiniitratiirtor (iiiardlnnt at Am aijeiit for four of tho t lire In KintiiiLy ami mlii It iMlioiiaoot pmpt rtv liohlert In Sliinfonl l'utet njiueitt Mtht-- r coinpiiilet ilniiu hiitine-- luru lil.l.m WAI.I.Ali: i:. VAH.NU.N, ) nxixni-iihletatl"-- Wu havuoH)iicl at Stiiimet' old line of compkle Furniture, Carpets, W;ill Taper, Attention of Hie put. II. ! iall.il to Uo- f t t thai III the only .National lUnl. ill Slaulord lhl tier thu pn.tl.loin ol tlo- National Hank Art Mix I, tlfiltoi are wt'iiie.1 notonl) hy lululity lor an iiim,unt hut h) thu xockholilt-ra- ' or.of tlili In.tilil-tloi- i Ciinltn theatiK k.Hi that I Ite. nw.iin are Htureil hy a fund ol alatenii ntof the coudlthni ol the Hank arc made I nil.il Mute (lorernuient and lit etnli )car lo the jt.nl are fXiiiuiiitii ai ntaic.1 iiiuc oy Koteiiiiunii , thiiH M.turlnK additional and k ifct i a,ility 1m ilii in,l !'', ai-iit- &c, &c. OMOMGvilOlMQ) "TAP LATEST IN MILLINEItV. .l. We will Keep Constantly in stock the Lntebt and Hest Goods, . 'Ihltluiitlliitlon, orulunlly cMahll-dtoin lh. Ic Hank ol Stanford In then rmryanlml iti the National Hank nf Stauloid In amliiain ritiryunlreil u Hind l(t National Dank of .Stnnfurd l lu I '.', hat had pniillitill) nu exl.'t siippllnl now ttllli tine for Xi )nai. It Is lat lilt li- -i fur tr.inHi tint; liiKlnewi promptly ami lilt erully than etur heforu in ltn louit ami, liomiMlile Account of IndltiiliiaU, tinili uml Imlhhliiala itolkilctl. l todeiNwIloM. ilt iinint.-rriiplei- mliit-larlt-s- BEST & FASTEST LINE. And Mako Prices to Quit tho Times. 1 1 tt r it x i If IM1BMMOIN1 ONI 4 mm SOuOINIOIM mm j'ltANK J. jii:i:d, MM mm D.l'.A., I.011UUU0. BMMBMOMMD MO M G.l'.A., K. CHk-uKo-. mmCOM0IKjM0M(qJ II. IIACUN, WM0M0IMM0IN10fNl ribbon and bunches of violets. A toquo Wegii.iru!it(c;;itrfnt ttatitftirtloujiii ettry n.iet. of quito now form is made in chenille. nine tu xu Tho ribbon garnituro is alia decided are I.liuoln county citlrtin.our old hoiiii) blue, with osprey and ostrich feathers t our utiHkninl Ket our cordl.illy IntitiHl to combined over the faco. It turns up at prlii-tho back and is ono of tho decided shapes which framo tho faco in a most becomJ. A. BEAZLEY& CO., ing fashion. Tho art of tho moment in j LV Louioviktc Nashville R. r t 8S lTin.utiT, Ky. millinery seems to bo to adapt a soft, ailUU:.t&-Mlaifct- i ,. milled piece of velvet in careless folds to tho shape of tho head, butjho prinDOUBLE DMLY TRHIES MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY. cipal novelty is in feathers. Ostrich Jv tips aro formed into aigrcts by being Males ill iff ut congregated together in tiers ono abovo CAIIINKT POi: ML'SIC. tho other. Wonderful, too, aro tho largo Bitcred, diinco and vnriou? music. Tho bows, which aro generally mado of frouts of tlmtlraweri aro nmrlit with intr all l'olntt glaco ribbon, with the ends to stand ent swings, which turn down when tho erect liko a sheaf, after tho stylo of tho drawer i.i opened nud euulilo ono to TIIUOKilI lICKI.T&:-t)I.WHiTE'3 GRE1M llAf.U i.i; ClICCKKIi TllllOlt.JI palm leaf bow brought out somo yearn Koarch or any required pitco without ago. or uny liiforni.itlou cnjiiire of displacing thoothcrHor teaiirg thu looso Well dreVsed women avoid exaggeratbhuetH. Tho oabinetK nro supplied in ei.101. S Itlt'K, Vgeiit, ed styles in milliuery as in all other ther walnut, roowood, or ebcuized YEARS FOR Nanford, Ky things and havo adopted for theator wood, and any special lettering cau bo Has lod nil WORM Romodlos. ho can think wear crownless toques or airy little ca- Hubotituted fur tho usual words if deiir-ed- . Wanted-f'EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 tome Iniuia ln potes especially mado for such occasion Tlio wholo is on caste, and under-ueat- h Protect your trtea: ther may hrlnu you wealth, HOI.l) ALL DUUCOI8T0. l'iTp.rr4 Itjr when thoy wear any head covering at ttrue Jua.i ivtuuMuiuii.t x uu IJutent offer tho drawers is au oxtrn ledo, 011 oey. watliington II. for their L!ni iiriroAttorBlflliKUSO.t 3LDIU.1IC 10., ST. LOtTS. C. all. Alice Varxum. which odds uud ouds may be placed. 1st of two hundred tuTentlQtia wauled. uu 111 llat.lin, Slaiironl, T lliirrh, " ll.iiilnoaii, " " T I Hill, S llinktr, " K 1, Tuniu-r-, McKlnnev W. IrlhMe, " .1 II Collicr.Cijh tin h'd, M. J. Miller, Mt Vermin. M ll l.liiiun-- , Mniilord I" ,S JlU-id- . IJncvlii Co 1IKK(.TCIH. .1. W , s. II .1 JTJLlSnNORTH , I OKHCaKS. I lnsM-c- S V I'n-ltle- ut A J J MiltolierK, MiKltiuey, .Wl'lunt luthier 0 PATENTI rpcviy ohp Patents AVanted. Tartlcs havJnjc Inrentlona they wUh to protect should procure their tiotcnts throuRh our agency. Inventor' Manual, a book containing cot ot pRtenta, moUo ol procedure, eta, and otherlnfornmtlon.jent or3c. atamp. Ourlittof palenti wanted, for which larfrciuma c! money aro ottered, aent with the Manual, free. We flml pttrchotera for patenu procured throtiRli our nRcnoy, Urancli oillccs In all the principal cities and In all foreign countries. Louisville and Cincinnati I U 1 vermifuge; 20 U' Idea I : THE WORLD'S PROGRESS, 1101-30- thiDKtui-ateut- r 7 - 1; J3o O. J. Bailbt, Manaccr, PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, O sure to mention thit paptr.