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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897012201 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-WEEKLVOL. XXV. BRODHgflD. Our oil inun aro going on down through tlio earth, having reached about i00 foot. . .John Mulllnn. or Livingston, Iiuh been upending a row day anil nights with her Hick ulster, Mr. A. J. l'lko. M. O. Aldrldgo, of Markbury, lias rented tho .1. K. Woodyurd property ami all of bin land North of the county road, and ho will soon move Into Mt-gout-tow- Y LANCASTER. ; INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, IN THIS VICINITY. J8D7. NO. 83 Htlslonville. a I wlllbeatllustonvillo Monday, 2."ith, to remain a few days to practice my profession. W. H. Penny, surgeon lU-v- the pluco for tho last your, preached his farewell hormon for us Suiulay. Ho hart endeared himself to our people and all feel sorry to see liliu take hi leave as pastor. Mrn. Margaret Hulltns, of Clear Creek, wlfo of old undo Isaac Htilllns deceased, Inflight of W. H. Collyer three sets or totnbstouos, one or which she is having put up on her own anticipated grave. Her husband had his nnd her cotlln made many years lioforo K. H. Muhony, who has beun pastor of tho HuptUt church at this . his death. There aro quite a iiumlwr or applicants for tho different olllces to bo MThe electric lights idi in tills county among tho ropublican and In order to have wiieo in seoin to be flickering for tho present. brethren the household, tho ropublican county Tho city council voted in favor of the scheme on Monday night, and uppolnt-e- d cot ttiiittoe met last Monday In Mt. a committee to consult with local olouttou rnon and called a primary 20th, and now wo will electricians as to the nuinlicr of lights to bo held March the relative lme rdiullllng among the Intys, for ivqiilred. to adverlihlng cost, Ac, pre. for bids for a aro from two to live for ouch pluco liuilnary there plum. The committee rcKtrtcd on Ube lUledal the November and a nomination in tho republican Wednesday, but two members of the w part in this county is equivalent to an board ere absent and the voto with tho-- e present was a tie. some prefer(.lection. to light. Tho Win. Frasvo, of Itiwhvlllo, Ind., who ring Is an oil man In that Suite, Is eiuudini? mumliers will vote in favor of the lights afiwdays hero. Ho is well plou-e- d at ( tho next meeting and all will be well. 'onsldenible excitement was created with the proioots and says he thinks In about 1,100 feet. here by an anonymous letter received they will strike oil Iluni-idsigned ''Kidder," K. H. l'rotheroe, of London, is visit- by Judge notifying him that tho tollgate houos ing his father's family here. .1. M. JJfown, who hn Won nlxHt ohrnUr would be blown up and iohjs would 1h gates were not thrown at this place for some months went to open. If the credulous, The like Mickern, V. V. Owens will Sinks this week and down horu for awhile. nibbled at tho Imle and swallowed hook hold the ollice t Wullln, who luia iwon in the and all. The more sensible and con.Southern States for a few months servative liolievc that some Indiscreet working for tho Wrought Iron Itano liend wrote the letter, or that some one Co., has returned home. Squire Dan- in this or an adjoining county, who favors free turnpikes, wrote the letter to nie Owens, who now lives hero, wout enlist public sentiment in their favor. out in the country Saturday with his wife and two llttlo children to At any rate, Sheriff Hoblnson Is ready isit his father's family and he came to bring in any raiders and there will back in to town Sunday to summon Dr. be no necessity to order out the militia. IlVntoii to tho ledsldo of his little loy, There are many who oppoo the free who was reported dangerously ill with system lecause it burdens the taxpaydiphtheria, and Dr. Denton has been er who seldom leaves home, with the sitting by tho bedside of the two chil- dobtn that travelers should pay. If a dren for two days and nights, but now man can not pay toll, railroad fare or thinks that thoy may. probably recov- hotel bills, he should stay at home. No one would leave a country htore and er. Mrs. A. .1. l'lko, who has sick with typhoid fever ror three weeks, come to town to save -- 0 cents toll, and l( such we iv the ca.e it would be an inis some lwttor at this writing. justice on the country people Tho g. much-tullccd-eh-oUodm-kncs Hoburt Harrow Klkln, bon of T. S. Klisha Huddlestoii, of .fellico, hung Kllriti, attended tho marriage of Miss himself with a trace chain. Florence Combs in Cli.rlc county on Lamar Smith, or (May county, was oiinoMiiiy. killed by a tree railing on him. Tho supervisors will not got through Hon. M. J. Durhiiiujwus elected presuntil A member of the ident or the Lexington Clearing House. board tolls us that it is safe to say that T. F. House was held up by Negro tho total assessable, property or the root pads at Lebanon ami ' robbed or county will be about Jl,:i00,000. Many S0.10. were raised, and justly so. Dr. I. T. Hunisey, of London, has I. T. Palmer, or Klchmond, formerly moved to D.uivillc to practice his proof this county, was hero Monday. As fession. solicitor for tobacco wurohoiwes in LouA col) pipe factory has beun started isville he has shipped about 700 hogs- by Hubert 1'otts at White's Station, in heads from Carrard and Madison coun- Madison. ties. He is a good worker and always At tho Riley Hotel, London, Tilford keejwup hi- - ond or the rope. Jackson shot and killed Sam Osborne, It Is strange to say, but true, that another Negro. Mrs. Sarah A. Landram, widow or the Twenty shares of Citizens' National lain (Jon. W. .1. Landram, has never Hank stock sold publicly Monday at been granted u pension, although he 17." to 170.7.". Advocate. was drawing ."() a month at tho time of Mrs. Joe Allen, mother of Prof. his death. l'on-Iohave beon grant- Sohoolileld, of the Ky. School ror tho ed to the widows or less meritorious Dear at Danville, diud in that city. men. (General L. was a valiant soldier. George Curd, of Williamsburg, shot but it oiton occurs that favors are and killed a man named, Pees at Hal- handed around to those who are least coy, w lieu lie tried to strllce mm Willi a tax-paye- rs ns nuinoer oi new pupils nave m a- - mi trieulated at Christian College since AUL the close of the public schools. TU?,(Tr 7i7;TP( f'M M til II 11-Llw Mat JiJ -- s A II L iKA. 2L 11 IT1 nPTIIIi I dentist. Rev. Mr. Johnson Is carrying on a sanctlflcation meeting at Morel and. Rev. Culpepper was expected to be present but failed to put in his appearance on account of sickness. Mrs. W. C. Wolford died Friday and was buried in the cemetery at this pluco Saturday, Rev. H. J. Pinkerton conducting tho services. She was a T. ZE3C. SO"WDEI2? Ikfa.in.si'er. Loans Negotiated, exchmce: . Land Excursions Conducted, Factories Located, Abstracts Furnished, Rents Collected. rock. Mrs. Judge Cantrlll has tiled charges ol brutal treatment or Miss Sarah Cecil by Supt. Scott, ol the Lexington asylum, and had her removed to a sanita- rium. Wood, the son or J. Perry Dullard, died Tuesday, alter a long Illness of brain trouble. His remains wore interred at Pronchur.ivillo Wednesday. Joseph Renfrew, aged SO, died near Valley View, Madison county. Re was born on the farm on which he died and had never been out of the county a half dozen times. Klder Madison Cntnplell, colored, cf Richmond, agvd ".'I, who gave his wife i"J00 to marry him, is now bemoaning his lolly. The woman has driven htm from homo and brought suit for divorce. Jim Hailey and Charles Lewis, Negroes, of Doyle county, quarreled over a horc and Lewis was shot and killed. ISefore dying Lewis wrenched the pistol from Dalley's grap and shot at him four times. tlve-yoar-o- ld ub-e- nt e, consistent member of the Methodist Ask ror Unrgnin List ol Properties One Agency will bo established in each county. church and died happy In her faith. Apply for your county, with reference Two men were in town Tuesday beg1 ging for a Mrs. Lambert whose house was said to have been destroyed by lire and she with her fumily left In a desti tute condition. Mrs. Lumbert's friends,. would have done better for her if they WILLIAM SHELTON. had taken the precaution to leave their The Second Session of 1806 97 breath's outside the town limits. 'ON MONDAY, Grandpa Henry Null will toll you all 1S97. about It for the asking. It is a girl For full information about Courses of Study, Term?, Ac, send for our New Tata" and'her name is Hertha May and was loguc. Address, MI1S. KANXIK S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. born to the wife of Willium Moran last Friday at the Nail home. Tho felicity of tho occasion was marred by the abrarfs--aasence of Billy who unaccountably dis Wi appeared that day and could not be found, but he turned up all right the next day and is wearing his honors nicely. Wt BY The crack of a gun on the beat no longer suggests the Idea of a scrap, but w. simply means that a barrel head with marks and figures on It has been lilled full of shot in order to doterinlne the prize man in the last rullle. Only the most innocent and harmless rallies are Indulged In by our people not the bold, bud kind that grand juries are supposed to look after. The Office In Interior Journa Building. STANFORD FEMHLE COLLEGG. President. JANUARY 25TH, OPENS - OnDGKCAKIHG I cy. c. M'CLARY, Court-Hous- ft Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Marncss, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Oppo.Mtc e. The Recital at the Christian church on Friday evening was unique in every particular. Kach young ludy acquitted herself with much credit, due to the un Ws Square, Stanford, Ky. Kgl-er- tiling efforts ufu-nux'- ii j I Ik-o- The suit against the Cincinnati Southern for $i0,000 damages, for causing the death of the old Negro, Archie Washington, at Junction City, was dismissed on motion of the attorneys for the plaintiff. The railroad asked that the case be transferred to the United States court on account of the amount of the damages asked, but now tho sum asked for will be reduced to the limit, 2.HX), and the suit reinstated in the circuit court. Danville Advocate. Richmond, In addition to the lew items from this place in last issue I wish to add that the liveliest corpse that was ever interred in memory's cemetery is so-call- The Short children have moved to the tollgato at Yosomlte. The literary society met at the Friday night. It is progressing nicely and has got a good momburshlp. Your scribe is tho hustling (?) shal. Tho free school will oln-- e Friday, .Ian. --1'th. Under the management of V. T. Fowl an excellent wlntr school N expected, l'rof. Ford look- for a good attendance. Thi writer of thU acknowledges that lie sent tho dispatoh about guards being plaood at tollgntos on what he v insulered reliable information", but Is glad to know tlmt tho rumor was col-log..- Middleburg, Casey Co, proKed system gate keeper to free roads. is all bosh anyway. A tried to iwrrow a shot gun in town on Wednesday evening and his friends: ridiculed the idea. This procedure will strengthen the opposition i that of free silver. This fact has1, bee, 'tivor- - - ;t0th. A good crowd is oxiwoted. Mle, Fiorence Wesley, Jesbio Uryunt. Mat-ti- e Kates Kmuui and Dessie Fogle and Ilerthu Holdon aro the contestants. The reason for holding It at the church was to give more, room and to secure a larger crowd. After tho contest the good ladles of the Haptlst church will give a supper at Keoney's Hall ror a small sum. The money will be used to purchase a oarot for tho church. Long o sum' hours a social will about the be given at the college by tho college pupils. from heading to foot slug has a bran new dress of type, which to oven the unpraoticed eyo looks as sharp and dean as the Indentations of a graver's There will be a deoluuiuiory contest at the Daptlst church Saturday night, The Semi-Week- ly Intkuiok Jouit-NA- I. The State papers gracefully yield tho Jouhnal its front rank In Kentucky journalism, instinctively turn to it for inspiration in their work, and e teem with praises of this and fearless shoot. "It Is better to love your mother now, bojs; And not wait to tell hor so," than to unbottle your tears and force flowers out of season with which to bestrew and bedew hor grave. Mr. Walton's brethren of the press pay him now the tribute which his en terprise doservco, nts niaunooii moras, consequently in life ho enjoys what In death would bo stale and unprofitable. Richmond Climax. wide-awak- tool. impressed upon myiuind by u Dry sation with Thomas J. Smith, Hwi a HUBBLE, brother of Hon. W. 11. Smith, one of Xannio and lleie, were 'SHOES, &c , was never more complete and our price-- , are in cones- ter.s, MIm-o-- j George Wood has gone to Virginia the most practical speakers that visit- witli relatives hero Sunday. Mis Kate after some cattle he bought hint week. ed Lincoln in the recent campaign. .lones h:w returned from a visit to Li'li - pondencc with the hardr times. r- v a 1 1 cm irto ? Mr. Logan and Miss Ora Wood, of Politics was never more complicated anon. Miss Minnie Woods is still sick ex. 1 in this county than now. I am informed the Mayweed vicinity, visited relatives and unable to return to her Mnool at dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel when you come a "polities is hell" here, to use Judge here last week. o town Special dinner- o court at pjb'ic days. d Jewell's phrase, and Danville. Confidence has Ikjoii restored to a Mrs. A roh Fryo must be very popuwhile evading profanity, or a som- groat extent, as our stage line lias been lar with the young iooplo when they j bianco thereto, next November "the sold to tieorge Austin again. celebrate her birth day by a storm par-- . :i':''"?'0. J. F. Sidney told his mules in tlu devil will bo to play," with tho demo- ty and this they did last week on Thursm crats bucking against u fusion of bolSou til at Hi) and the other boys have day. Mrs. Frye was very much sur ters ami republicans. returned and report no money made. prised at the honor, but greatly appre- Klder W. T. May. of Lebanon, will ' The Richmond Mandolin and Guitar eiatlve. In giving the writer the p;ar - llMl preach at the Christian church here Club is a daisy now. The members tieulars of the gathering she failed to Saturday night and Sunday morning, gathered at the hospitable home last say what was the number of the birth and Hro. A. V. Si.emore, ol Stanford, night of Mr. Charles K. Smith, whose day, but as the boys and girls seem to will preach at same place Sunday night. son, Karl, is its president, and a natur- think she is as young as they, wo will to the Talbott Hammonds and" brother, of al musician, and 1, take it for granted that the number is fact that thoy are all Casey county, made a Hying trip to thin 81 not great. The following ladles and Stanford s forme excellent towns- -' gentlemen were county a few day ago and bought a present: Misses Sal-li- e row plug horses at Danville court day man, R. Zimmer, is conducting a big and Josie Caoode, Mary and Frances ' : at ilo to $ii. Kd Minor and Tom Green 'establishment hero, is popular, and Adams, Pearl and Minnie liose, Geor-gi- o SSTAll Farm Products taken in exchange. ijj are shipping their crop or tobacco, as prospering satisfactorily. Ho and his Newborn, Lou Hooker, Nanoy wile say that the llrst thing the Stan-lor- d d our buyers aro not in it this year. (J. llessio Worthington, Lena Yow-el- l, people do after reaching RichII. M. Spoonamore's horse fell down Grace VanArsdale, Kate McKin-newith him Tuesday and his foot hung in mond Is to pay them a visit. "Hard Sadie and Kate Cook, Ftlio Miller .. the stirrup, which caused him to drag times and worse a'eoming" don't seem and Loulle L'drington, and Messrs. 11 ?S13 till the hoise kicked him loose. Ho to have affected their business or Charley, .Jerry and Sid Adams, Henry, thrown ti damper on their business pro Fugene was unconscious for a short time, and and Lafon Carpenter, Smith Joi: F. Watkks. the kick in the side has caused much clivitlcs. Yowoll, Jones Haughnian, Koy llo&e, tt pain and soreness, though it is thought seem to effect, Carl Wheeler, June Hooker, Uurdettu The hurdtimes'-don'- t he is not dangerously hurt. Col. Rice I,owo11' wiu KM"u.dv. illiam and . still remains very poorly with Dright's tho Stanford Intkkiou Joitknal, dames Clurk-jon- , Frank Sopor and Phil a handsome ,1UNV which has donned UOfl'l. disease. Nunnelley. dress. Always interesting and Tlio Hot Mm- to ami From in tho way of news. It is now as Ninety yearn hjjo w.ia born STia'Cic on Job. The Climax was p Uobert Kdward Lee, than whom, take pretty as u picture and as bright us a favored last week with a visit from Joe Alt I'olutD In MlcliUan. him all in all, we have been educe his new pin. Mr. W. P. Walton, the F Waters, of Stanford, who was here "Wanted. prosdeath, October 1L', 1ST I. no higher type worthy editor, deserves all the CHICAGO. to reorganize the dormant lodge of Partlc bavlng Inventions they wish to procan come to him. George- Maccabees, at this place. He Is one of of the genus man in tills or other land. perity that "While Clly Siclal." tect should procure their patents through our Inventor's Manual, a book containing If this be treason, let us all, as in the town Times. IWlerxilual Suiloii. the disciples of the Stanford Ixtiuuok cost of patents, modo o( procedure, etc., and ease of Washington, make tho most of other Information, sent for 3c. stamp. The Intkuiok JOUHNAL aiul tlioio Jouknai., with which paper ho has! LOUIS. Ourliat of patents wanted, for which lsrpcsnma it and him. Louisville Times, ISlth. in Ken- - labored for many years, and by whose 01 money nro ofTered, sent with tho Manual, (reo. Is but one better AmiMIii; Hi Tiimirf. Wo lind purchasers for patents procured Tho llrltish commissioners claim that tueky has just put on u new dress that editors ho is held In high esteem. Mr. through our agenry. Branch orrlces in all tho BOSTON. principal cities and In all foreign countries. a census of seals shows a herd of 1 is quito becoming. Hro. Walton has a Waters Is a printer by trade, but by " iuj THE WORLD'S Vugiirslaiilu C.u. PROGRESS, on the PribylolT Islands, and tlmt good thing and keeps It well fed and careful attention to business ho has ZZ v -h O. J. IUlLEY, Manager, Prog-- ' ,Von the oontldetico of his employers M V YORK. the danger of Herlng sea herd's extinc- clothed. Flkton 601-30- 7 PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, O tion has been exaggerated by represen- ress. and Is regarded as one of the brightest Hiilliit I'arturP r. Wiln r S.ju! i .Cr, IVTTT: ('oi)ikirtuimit Ouns UtvMitl featn arul InnMo ture to mention this paper. tatives of American interests. A little girl being charged with van- - ornaments of the profession in the Iii Uii. A Now York woman on hearing tlmt ity because she was fond of looking at State. Ulchmond Climax. WAWTED-- AP He nro y,mr .DEAJTSSSilffiS -- iiU "XJlOIKoriM gasoline that had been boiled would herself In a mirror said: "No, I am MA11T1N. thiDStopcttoct? T,r otect your ideaa; they may I'O.MiCOUMICK.I 1 don't Tho mercury was 27 bolow zero at WKIJUEII-HUUthink I'm half rs vrcAltn. not explode, attempted to test Its truth. not vain. l'aiiiir l'Mille Mtr., C.n. l'.uw. A TUt. Agt. brim; youCO., I'atentv.rito JUU.nWnaUlnctori to Attorney.. S.iranac Lake, N. Y., Wednesday. CINC1NNA1I, Ohio. Tho funeral was largely attended. pretty us I am." U. 0., for their S1.3W sriis oiler -- of Missis Mary Holmes Liisk and Margaret Dennett. The classical renditions of that evening further verify the proficiency of Miss Dennett as an adept. Prof. Pinkerton Is fortunate in securing her for the ensuoolVdf ing term. Much to tho regret of all POSITIONS. patrons and pupils Miss Liisk will leave by the leading business men of shortly for the Columbia School of Or''adBuzLx T) THE COUNTRY, mention course wANrrp. atory, Chicago, to further equip herself as a reader. Already she Is an artist but like other gifted women linds that ambition knows no limit. Carl Wheeler left last week for Lou isville to resume his studios at the Ho; pital College of Medicine. This is Dr Carl's hist year and when he returns in June he will be a M. D. During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you well Rube Glvens Is in the South with a car"Good Goods at Low Prices," load of stock. Uncle Joe Hopper, Pres- and we believe we have succeeded, byterian State Kvangelist, was here is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword. For your last week visiting relatives. Misses patronage in 1896 we are very tlnnkful and promise you to do alt in Kngllsh and Dowell, of tho faculty of f , fiiirltiry 1 .niifinn3nf.A nMirAf tr m..-.xtfir ,i,c no,,n Our Christitin College, expect to leuve this week for labor in other field;. Tin Vmuck ui iigEiaEiSTO rfif&iffJM fJwflu we the yhmrtMtoMyirfme (Y? nmm 3 A WORD TO YOU ! - full-Hedg- j ' Iwl" Hardware, Cliinaware, " Goods, m, j I j 3Get mAMTtxi& 1 f mj fir.-t.Ja- ss k lj much-quote- rtj""!-j!--:'- 1 I 1 0OAL. van-testif- world-beater- s. f I Buy your Coal now before it goes up, for the Winter. CO. 2S3vgSSST: St I Ken-ned- y, I I I y, ' i.J. H. BAUGHMAN J BIG - 4 atent; Patents to-da- y TOLEDOAND DETROIT lOC;UiE01-- ' semi-week- ly ST. III,-0- Suml-Week- ly it i - ! tlrt !.. N t .v rrmtrrni .i.tn IIMIB .fm Willi ! I , l, t.n,;i- - iwffn L t .'i ir-f- f1 .1 ' - " .....i. ii mil . j 1 I t 1 t h . Ml U ii & I by i' N 1 I :l t' f a I 'l I J I fcv . The two Steele brothers wei-- each FARM AND TRADE', sszz EL E. Mason will succeed John M. damages against tho In the U. S. Sennto from Illi- awarded $S,000 Palmer THE INTERIOR JOURNAL nois. As one is about as pood a repub- Chesapeake & Ohio in the Federal Tho average orange tree In Mexico raises 1,000 oranges annually. lican us the other the exchange is un- court at Frankfort. W. P. Robinson bought of Win. Tho remains of Minister Willis arimportant. some butcher stuff at lie. the steamer rived at San Francisco on Stanford. Ky., Jan. 22, 1S97 Corn, corn. corn. Highest market will bo brought to LouisAustralia and POLITICAL. price paid for corn. Noel it Son. ville for interment. C. M, Jones did well with his mules Tho costliest building of modern The ballot In the Missouri LegislaW. T. WALTOX. of Alba- in Atlanta, tho best of which ho sold times Is tho State oapltol ture resulted In Senator Vest's ny, New York. Over $20,000,000 has for $80. lion. Jacob II. Gallinger was For Sale. Fine pair of work mules; been expended on it. You arc cordially invited to inspect our new and complete line of Tin: republican party was 41 years United States Senator from New Chicago drank :i,XV,:22 barrels of 1(5 hands high and good lookers. R. II. Spring and Summer Samples just received from II. J. Franks & Co., Wednesday and the anniversary old beer last year, or an average of nlnnit Crow, Shelby City. was celebrated at Pittsburg, where it Ilnmpshire. is thus inauguratPerry S. Heath, late of tho Cincin- three barrels for every man. woman Fifteen broke tnulus ready for tho the Leading Chicago Tailors. The season of 1897 first saw the light. The incubation market and IK shoats for sale by M. S. ed with a grand display of the very latest designs in was by Salmon P. Chan? and Deacon nati Commercial, Is to bo McKinley's and child in the city. Hawley, of Winchester, Ind., Baughman, Stanford. Pittsburg Gazette, who privnto secretary. Thomas White, of the The gold in the treasury now stands fell from a load of hay on an iron fence. John Johnson, of Boylo, bought In held a private conference in the House and decided to call a above the $140,000,000 mark, as against Two of tho bars went through his body Garrard and Lincoln a oar load of butcher stuff at 2 to 2ic. killing him instantly. National convention, which was done SIl.OOO.oOO last February. Hon. John W. Yerkes was appointed B. G. Fox, court day, bougat 1IJ work Tho Missouri supremo court decided and the convention met at Pittsburg, year. The sole ob- a member of tho reception committeo that Dr. Arthur Duestrow, tho million- mules from various parties at from $."0 Feb. 22, of the same ject of the founders was to prevent the which will serve at Washington during aire, who murdered his wife and child to $D0. Also two road horses at $80 to And the fabrics f ubmittcd to your admiring gaze will cause you to $100. Advocate. at St. Louis, must hang. further extension of slavery and to the inauguration. counis said that tho president will not which us that some hurst forth in a spontaneous sonf of nnnrobation and delight. Our It P. P. Nunnelley tells W. H. Garnett, whom a Leslie take the place of the whig party, went to pieces in 18T2, after its nominee appoint a successor to Minister Willis, ty mob came near lynching, was ac- mules aro being sold in Atlanta by tho gatments will be made up according to careful measurement, and we for tho presidency, Gen. Winfield but will let tho matter go over to the quitted of the charge of assaulting and pound and that 10 cents a jkjuimI is tho guarantee fit find workmanship in every instance. ruling price for tho best of them. murdering Polly Feltncr. Scott only carried two Northern and next administration. to remit the Gov. Bradley refused Tho biggest prleo ever paid for a Dr. Will Rogers died of pneumonia two Southern States. John C. Fremont was nominated for president and fines imposed upon 12 Louisville alder- at Lexington. A brother died of tho horse In America was $32.",000. given W. L. Dayton for vice president by the man for contempt of court and thoy will same disease a week ago and a sister is by J. Malcolm Forbes, of Boston, for Loland Stanford's Arion. a trotter, Pittsburg convention and the ticket re- have to pony up or go to jail. at the point of death from it. Tho United States Senate will be so votes. Lincoln was Castellane, formerly Miss r P. P. Nunnelley Is back from Atlanceived 1,275,000 Countess leadtho next nominee of the new party and close that some of the republican Anna Gould, became a mother to a son ta where he sold his and S. II. Shanks' Even though you may not want to buy at the present moment. In was elected. Since then tho party has ers begin to think they were wrong Mondny at Paris. She was married to mules at from $ltl to $7(5. Tho greater of Count Castellane on March 4, I8IC1. been in power, save during the two when they refused to admit Dupont, Iortion of them went at tho first fig- other lines also we arc going to supply you with the best that can be Cleveland, and it Delaware, to a seat. Legislature says ures. had for the least money and a glance at the following prices with a terms of President The West Virginia The House judiciary committee will that State owes no part of the debt of been in power for a year Tho famous old thoroughbred stal- comparison in quality will convince you: has practically or more of his expiring term. It has recommend that the bill creating a new Virginia made before its formation, and lion, Fellowcraft, and the celebrated Three papers of pins for 5 cents. long since out lived its usefulness, but judicial district in Texas be passed will hear no negotiations for a division brood maro, Radha, died at B. G. The best 5c Hose in the country. by tho over tho president's veto. Pio Is so much of It. Lexington, a few Thomas' farm, near is held together by greed and i Nice Kid Gloves at only 75c Pair. corruption of voters with money fried in demand that places must be made Arthur Palmer, of New York City, days ago. brother and Illinois Humane Society during millionaires, trust) and other right or wrong. The out of shot and killed his mother, Nice Jersey Gloves at only 15c Pair. Former State Auditor Norman and sister and escaped. They objected to the last 10 years relieved 7,118 horses combines, which thrive by its protecLadies' and Misses' Union Suits at .joe, worth 75c. former Auditor's Agent Barker won his marriage and did not treat his wife from abuso by inhuman drivers; caused tion. as unfit against them at Frankfort on kindly. Sec our Tuxedo Plaid Suitings at 5c yd. Just the thing for chilthe case 2,l.'t:tobolald up from work the frequency thatJ his name ap- peremptory instructions. This suit 1.401 disabled animals dren's dresses. If The deep water way commission ' for It: rnmovod pears in the public prints is indication was instituted by Gov. Brown, the de.lnmnnatviltns the feasibility Of bv ambulance, and ended tho suffer- "Hope" Remember we always carry a big line of Cottons'. thereof, John W. Yerkes, Esq., is the fendants claim for spite. somiriiiL' an unbroken passage for ocean imrs of 2.IJ47 by a merciful shot. brand at Cc yd. "Fruit of the Loom" and "Lonsdale," "Green is vessels from the Great Lakes to the most important man now before the Pity 'tis that this is true: There F. P. Bishop sold to J. H. Swopo a country. His comings and his goings, but one way for the democratic party ewes at 'Mo and Ticket" at 7c. A good yard wide llrown and Bleach at 5c. Our bunch of first-claocean. Atlantic ' his sayings and his doings, his pros- In Kentuoky to expect to get control of Mrs. Monroe Padgct wants $10,000 ' bought of Porter Robinson 20 at 2 a 10, 15 and 25c Suspenders and our 10, 15 and 25c Socks for men pects for otllce, either as collector, U. tho State again: That way is to heal at $2.50. Ho from the town of Farmers, In Rowan head and of W. P. Carson are unequalcd at these prices. Hoys' Knee Pants at 20c. Mens' S. Senator or a member of the cabinet, recent differences and restore harmowus burn- -' also sold to Lyon it Allen some butcher county, because her husband A big line ol Hats bought very are daily dilated on, until he himself ny to the divided ranks, and the pros- ed to death in the town's lock-uto cattle at 2 and to D. S. Johnston somo Jean Pants at 75c, worth $1.25. must have grown tired of seeing his pect of a result like this is not special' $2.'i. cheap. Prices 15 to 50c. Worth three times the amount. Our at 25c and bought a cow for which he set the fire. name in print, just as Col. Hill says he ly encouraging. Georgetown Times. ready-ma- de stock of Clothing is always full of bargains and it will pay convicts have been leased Arizona sometimes gets tired of hearing his IN Secretary Carlisle and Senator Black- for 10 vears at 70 cents a day. their la- -' H 1 . V cnMHM , you to examine it. own voice. There are many reasons burn accidentally met face to face at bor to be utilized in constructing an Ir- Tli nu'usles are ....idumic in this why the Danville man is as popular Secretary Francis' New Year's receprigation canal that will make produc- county. with newspapers as he is with the tion. They had not met for two years, 100,000 acres of land. Fred Kreuger, the enterprising conmasses. He is bright and brainy, a during which time they had made sev- tive Virginia has elected a woman sheriff. tractor, is sjondIng a few weeks In forgets that he is eral uncomplimentary remarks about good talker and never A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, is a sweetly solemn thought that Louisville for his health. a gentleman, even in talking to reiort-er- each other. Rumor says they bowed It no prisoner In that bailiT. D. RANEY, Manager. Messrs. Miller, Tato and Rash aro whom ho treats with consideration so formally that frost formed on the henceforth wick will bo hanged without having candidates for tho now very desirab!o and politeness. Unlike a great many window panes and icicles hung from Branch Stores: his black cap on straight. ollieo of county dork. Mr. Miller has men of smaller calibre, ho is not puffed the chandeliers. killed his rival In filled the otllce most acceptably. George Mullins up with his own importance, but is as Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, love, Tony Mitchell, nt church in HanMr. Gaines, of Frankfort, passed and as harmless aB a modest as a maiden Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, NEWS NUGGETS. cock comity, Tenn. Mullins was with through hero Tuesday prospecting for dove, though as wise as a serpent. If and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. the woman when Mitchell stabbed him; a sioko factory. He has $12,000 worth Texas had a snow btorm Wednesday. the republican party were made up of In return Mitchell was shot to death. would uso hickof machinery. As he The Bijou Theatre at Louisville, has such men as Yerkes, its following William Hall was run down and kill- ory and small oak, which are abundant would be much more decent in Ken- "busted." & O. train near Augusta, The Phoenix Carriage Works at Cin ed by a C. Engineer Clement, who here, this would bo a fine location. One tucky. State. this of our citizens made a strong appeal to cinnatl has failed. Senator Hill received the empty Three Negroes were hung by a mob was at the throttle, has already run him to locate the factory In Mt. Vernver and killed six persons during his t non. honor of being nominated by the dem- at Amite, La., for murder. New York Legocratic members of the In the world nml you'll find them In every town in the A minister who preached hero reA child born in New York has the career. islature, but even that small favor was regular features of a rabbit. The examining trial of Jacob Neace cently seemed to believe that tho heart country. charged with the murbestowed grudgingly, five democrats 1. Tho drugget who n1U "cheap" drills only. takes tho place of tho brain, as he The New Woman is a street car con- and Dan Farler, refusing point blank to vote for him. ductor at Santa Barbara, Cal. der of Deputy Marshal Byrd, was held taught that we love with tho heart, 2. Tho druggist uhosullft some good drugs and some Fact of the business is it ought not to Tho wife of United States Senator at Jackson. The prisoners are .strong- curse with tho heart, etc., whereas it ''chert p" ones. have been bestowed at all. His course Isham G.. Harris died at Paris, Tenn. ly guarded to prevent violence and ' has lwen conceded by scientists that il. Tliu druggNt who sell nothing but good drugs and ' in the late campaign showed that it were hem without, nan. chaigut only wlmt they're worth. the brain is tho seat of the emotion and The Newcastle Tin Mill, the largest was time ho was laid on the cooling The order of railway trainmen op- the heart merely an organ for tho dls-- 1 I 1 ho no called esclimive druggist who fells good In the world, burned at Newcastle, Pa. board. poses the reduction of railroad fares to tribution of blood. drugs generally, and never forge tn to load tlicm down Loss $50,000. a mile, as they bellevo it with exorbitant prices. It was considered quite a funny af- At Middleport, O., a member of a two cents corresioncniig reuueuon m The protracted meeting closed last means a Our pticcs and goods We belong to tho Tiniti) kind Tuesday evening. Tho littlu church Mrs. Gates scalded C. Fore- robber gang committed suicide to esfair when their wages, and have petitioned tho wns crowded Jy an attentive audience. aro right. man, an objectionable lover of her cape punishment. Illinois Legislature not to pass Miobill. Mr. Faulconor endoared himself to his daughter, but tho matter has taken a Lillian Ashley lost her suit against A St. Louis woman who caught a iconic while here. Several made con decidedly serious turn. Foreman is "Lucky" Baldwin for $100,000 damages burglar locked him In a room and talk- fession since our last letter, among Mrs. Gates is for alleged betrayal. thought to be dying and through the door until day them being Misses Zerllda and Emma in jail in default of bail. At this rate Marion Johnson gave himself up to ed to him him over to Pennington, and Ed and Will Jones tho scalding of young men who persist the sheriff of Breathitt, saying that ho light, before she turned He should bo released by and Jeff Pennington. the iolk'o. in calling on girls against their par- had killed Dan Mcintosh. given a vote of sympaNoahTyree and Miss Riddle were ents will, will not become popular. tho Louisville Na- the court and Ollie Speckert, thy. united In marriage last Sunday. The poleon of finance", was adjudged a lunaPalatka, tho Hungarian boys gave them a lively charivari TuesSamuel Thk sad, sad rumor is wafted on tho tic In the criminal court. tramp arrested for the wreck of a pas- day night, which sounded so much llko breezes that McKinley has determined Asa Taylor, of Pomeroy, O., drownthero shall be a new deal all around ed himself in the Ohio river rather senger train on Cahaba river bridge in a firo alarm that one lady ran out on that Advertising prices is a little out of our line of business but to Alabama, three weeks ugo, by which Main street and shrieked "fire, fire" this time and that no person who held confessed to tho admin- than be tried for burglary. 20 lives were lost, has oillco under the.lust republican until told tho cause of the commotion. Portage county, O., has two old terrible crime and says he did it to rob Several others were likewise alarmed istration will be considered this tltne. Elizabeth Byers, 107, and the passengers. This Is pretty tough if trueund it ought and prepared to rush to tho lire. This Mrs. Prlscllla Spencer, 10U. to bo true if it Isn't. Cadet George Mason Lee, has been old time method of serenading should Clara Mullen drowned herself in the "plucked" at West Point, or, in plain be relegated to the past. FEW idiotic papers following tho Ohio river at Covington because her English, ho has failed to pass his reguA Supt. W. S. Martin and Train Dislead of the New York Journal are pub- lover had disappointed her. lar examination. Ho is the first of tho patcher W. F. Sheridan passed through Twenty-fiv- e deaths have occurred in lishing in each issue, dropping oil one Lees to bring this humiliation on a hero on tho local Thursday morning. Here we are with 40 more days of Clove-land- two months in Boston from asphyxiaeach time "only family that has contributed many dis- J. J. McCall went to Llvlngton this Is certainly nothing to ex- tion. Four occurred Monday. This tinguished men to tho U. S. army. week. Higglns Kennedy Is out ngaln ult about. Tho meanest democrat is Congressman Hubbard shows that in 10c after a severe Illness. John Mullins, of Lenox Soap, $3 per box of 100 Cakes, or 3 cakes for of six years there were 183 hold-upbetter than tho best republican. RELIGIOUS. was In town this week. Everv Dav SjaD. S2 per box of 80 Cakes, or 8 cakes for... .? LlvhiL'ston. 25c trains and 35 persons were killed. Aft.. Mnttiit Williams reports a do A Now York dispatch tells how Gov. Family Globe Soap, $1.90 per box of 80 Cakes, or 10 cakes for...25c the Christian church Preaching at Annie and Mary Torian, twin sisters, visit to Knoxvllle. Mr Buckner jollied Gov. Bushnell, of Ohio, of McCracken county, have both been Sunday morning and night by Elder J. $2.40 per box of 100 cakes, o- 10 cakes for way tho democrats (?) helped declared insane from identical syrap-- I T. Sharrard. over the 25c It was C. C. Davis, Butter Milk loiletaoap, 3 canes lor tho republicans out In tho last election, toms. Rev. A. S. Worrell, of Louisville, visit to Tennessee. superintendent of tho White RoseTolct Soap, 2 cakes for who wasFolected 5c as if that were anything to boast of. It Carnegie and other Pittsburg capi will preach at tho Baptist church SunChristian Sunday school. begins to look like the last end of this talists have bought 4,000 acres of coal day morning and night. old man Is worst than the first. 6TWe have bten selling soap at the above prices for over 60 days. A Unitariun preacher at New York land In tho Monongahela valley for ThomoH Chapiell died at his hemo created a sensation Sunduy by assert- near Chuppell's Gap Tuesday, tiftor OrtLY three banks broke Monday, " school-maring that suicide wasua justifiable some protracted UlnchS of pneumonia fover HIG-drlN- S the German National of Louisville, tho A Des Moines, Iowa, which caused and under certain times as homicide wife, l." thrown a;ed 03. Uesldes National of.Nowportand tho Min- whipped a little boy, First a duty. u, jf.uii.-Inecniiuren survivu mm. Stanford, Ky nesota Savings Bank. Times do not heart trouble and which resulted in circumstances Dealers in Hardware, Groceries and the like, Dr. Morton, an evangelist, reWhen G. A. It. and was buried at Epho- any better for the his death. Bcem to bo getting was )iiii-1liv that, order vestenlav Lnid A government report ju&t Issued, tired at Anderson, Ind., his sight banks at least, or for anybody as for of people in the all right, but when ho awoko In tho morning--. Mr. Chappoll was n memshows the number that matter. country engaged in gainful occupations morning ho wasstono blind. Ills case ber tf tho Baptist church und disease, Is puzzling the doctors of the town. man. Afteu a long seigo with crossing to bo 22,735,0fil. Another denomination has been start Isaac Trob ridge, of 1'ulaski, ayed 85, railroad fare is coming. Tho two-ceduring which ho camo near t uouy is dead. John P. Cozine, Bills to that effect are pending In sev- ed in Massachusetts. TJie the dark river, Editor North Adams of tho Shelby News, Is convalescing, eral Legislatures, Including one juat of- has been organized at James Sngosar, a Scott county farmand with tho name "the church or tlio his brethren of tho quill are delighted fered In Missouri. tidings." The main doctrine is er, took Henry Prlbble, his neighbor, to hear. Since John Dunn has been In jail at L'lud On who was in town drinking, home. Immortality. camps celebrated Versailles for criminally assaulting conditional THE Confederate Dr. Pope baptized and received into the road Prlbble fell across Sagesar's For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer died, thereby the anniversary of tho birth of Gen. II. his niece, his father has prices than ever. tho church 10 persons, the result of a lap and tho latter thinking ho was Tuesday, whoso character, siddlng to his woes, E. Lee been In progress asleep paid little attention to It. When Tho town of Dycusburg, In Critten- revival which has Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed friend and foe now alike admit, was tho Cros Pribblo'rf home a was reached it was one side all seasoned stock. den county, is excited over rumored since Christmas, near Black's grandest that, over shone on earth. was dead, a blood vessel threats to burn tho town in retaliation Road, under tho ministry of Rev. S. found that ho burstcd from excessive in for tho rough treatment of a preacher Mays, a local preacher. Mlllersburg having been Senator Pritchard was vomiting. cor. Paris Kcntvokian. named Fox by a band of whitccaps. North Carolina. o "W. "TH to Dud-der- ar Louisville Store - Mon-ongahe- la Imported awl Domestic Woolens, Come & See for Yourself I I ! ss 111) p. I I THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. s, There Are Four Kinds of Druggists I PENNY'S DRUG STORE!. SOAP! rs. Keep Abreast With The Times ." s, Sporr 1 11 m I 11 i ia & McKINNBY. nt 11 f,'d Doors, Sash and Blinds, MLetal Roofing, nt m-s- 3XJ3MC A. Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Etc. C.SINE, - - .Stanford, Ky. .jalilflttiS. .ttt. I.', r, V-- r!.. fa ,Wl4ljU2.,JW,J,J,,.fMvr tthfc&&rtu&rf:U.tUV,. .wm. m h Takb that wjitch to m DiinkH. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., K. C Tky Dunks' onriivcd visltingciinlH. 811I0 Daiuy.- - Milk routo and wagon for The Farmer Hopklnn Company carj at a bargain. A. O. HulTman, ries Its own Hcenery and tho opera house stugo looked entirely new last Stanford. -- I 3 ..vr ' Wantkd. -- 100 bUHhols of clover . Jan. 22, 1897 teed. II. K Wenron it Son. I WILL well roujrh lunilxsr tfloa as low uh iinylKxly. A. C We solicit your Trade lor the year just begun, guaran- r Wi: will wll you colTvo from 81 to XM due tlio teacners wero Wednesday, theo poorly paid poo-- , fort teeing you unoa unous at tne Lowest 1'nces. L R cleaver and MUs Elizaboth cents i)or pound. Warron & Shunka. You should take your prescriptions to pie will be glad to hear. Spalding, lothof Lebanon, were lrmr- a ' Vvi.u lino of DennlHon'rt imported I'cniiy'n ilrtig store wtcru prompt nml 81 pre- - ried In Louisville Monday, ItAlNY, drilling weather has J tisdiio pnpur at C'raljf ti Hookcrcpo ncrvlco is gti.iuiiiK'cd &' ' Jumes Hichards, a Kent, O., days, with sleet and vailed for several er's. Give us thrown In. Tiwluv will be fair, chant, cut his throat with the knife his te Given as Low Prices as any cash house in town. wife had given him. for a Christmas , Stohe-hoomPERSONAL POINTS. with out ranees hot lion tho signal service says, "followed by a"call: Thanking you for your patronage and soliciting a k'lft' Main and Lancaster streets, for rent. creasing cloudiness. Very Truly, MltS. S. II. UAt'OHMAN irfqulto ill. Si continuance, I ?m William Smith, aged 10, and Mrs. Walton. W. P. :? A. ('. Dl'NN went to London IC. as tho lower part of Sallle Huston, 1(1, and the mother of Needmohe, M STBNoailAPHY and typewriting done Rowland Is called, will get no more eight children, were married at Princem Miss Ki.i.a WmtniT 1ms returned correctly and reasonably at tho water from the water works. The town ton, N. Y. from Louisville. wont buck on Us contract with tho At Shreveport, La., Congressman MlW. J. S. Uoc'KKIt will entertain at company and got tho court to annul it Denton MoMillen, of Tennessee, was Look! Wo have just put in a lino of so tho supply will Ikj cut oil below the tea this evening. married to Miss Lucille Foster, the law Cook Stoves and Itanges, at prices to L. it N. tank. Looan It. Muoiins Is studying daughter of a wealthy merchant. suit evorylKxly. Warren it Shanks. r'yMM,vr-- t iWl with J. H. 1'axton. tl .V. Illif...(lllll(.l Miss Nkllik Ohndoukf went to w to swallow her engagement ring. THE free turnplkers aro getting im- gun on him some days' ago, Jesse LouIhvUIu yesterday. und her dckle lover was so mean as to patient In Gamut, but all the same no Uldkk Joe Skvkkanci: and wife re- decent man or set of men will send struck him on tho neck with his fist make that a pretext for declaring tho ? Better goods were never offered for the money than the y& when they mot Tuesday. Woodall was utTairolT. turned to Memphis yesteiday. anonymous letters. following. considerably stunned and when he 5m Kg of DanMiss Flokkxci: Jenkins, In five minutes after divorce was WOVEN wire and oak picket fence, came to himself ho had Terry arrested. granted the wlfo of Sylvester Clark at ville, Is with Mrs. J. W. Haughman. Color Turkey Red Damask yard Sx Fast 25c ii Milton and Alice Williams, Wal- the most economical fence in tho mar- His trial Is set for Saturday at Gnlllpolis, O., she married Clark's son, 30c ' ii nut Flat, have boon granted pensions. ket. I am selling it at about cost of r 20 years her junior. The cerewho was 35c " it " Miss Lizzie Looan Is visiting her manufacturing. A. C. Sine. desire mony occurred in tho presence of Syl40c Theue seems to boa general yj In the above we show a beautiful line of patterns, colors 3 of tho democratic par. vester, who wept bitterly. sister, Mrs. Den S. Hoyd, In Knoxvlllo. of Stan- of both factions The last half of the session Hero Is a chance for old maids and w Makk Hauuin has hud u hihjII of guaranteed fast. $ki ty to get together in this county to next ford Female College, will grip. nominate und elect competent and young maidens. Tho town of Jerome, & German Half Bleach Linens. 50 inch German Damask, Vfp Monday, when the number of students Miss Fiiancih Adams, of Huston-vill- will bo materially augmented. worthy men for county offices. There Arizona, has 500 marriageable mcuand & Nap- - Sr5 25c yard. 58 inch German Damask, 40c yd. i& Is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Alver-oshould be no crimination or recrhnina- - only two or three unmarried women, doz. 70 inch German Damask, 49c g kins to match at 75c jg Assignment. Cartwrlght it Co., tion, but concessions all around for the and the local paper calls loudly for wo- There are no better j&jj Napkins to match, Si doz. yd. 5$ men to come hither and select husbands Mils. Gov. W. O. Dkadley is the general merchants at Junction City, as- publlc good. these German Half Bleach Tar $2 wearing goods made than guest of her sister, Mrs. It. C. War- signed to J. W. Itawiings for the bono-l- lt at will. fy ble Linens. S3 Cblo Dunn, DE LAUED 1NSANE.- -T. To prevcnt tho WjKhtIng of thclr ren. of Pearson & Clark und others. , nurH11inL, , , . . , was inou u.. . oi ui .Mi. atueni secuon, fe Bleach Damask 58 inch bleach damask, 50c yd MllS. J. S. ItlOE Is visiting her parCitAH OllCHAKD. Itobert Fish, the tho charge of lunacy yesterday and or-- f mtholj William Dver and Miss Addle napkins to match, 98c doz 62 inch bleach damask, 75 JJK, ents, Dr. and Mrs. Garnett, at Cave Crab Orchard Springs barber, will dered to tho asylum at Lexington. JIun) of PllM.ohl) j0m wero n,arried !?! City. cents. S& napkins to match at Si. 98 70 in Geranium leaf IjIh fath- upon it line shop in Mrs. Kate Egbert's Sherlir Newland will take him over ,n the exm.eba car JUht boforo roachin. DEN HaiuhN returned with $$ pattern damask, 98c yd. f Napkins to match, 2.50. C We can show you 20 dif-- ftp enI1i.tt Mo, Her father wus less than er to Montlcullo and will spend a week property and Invites his friends. to pa- saiiiitiay. mt. wunii huh oeeii suneilA napkins to match at S3. 50. mg irom uritin irouoio lor some nine. live miles behind on a special engine. tronize him. or so. ferent patterns. f WE ure Indobtel to our frlond, J. A. all linen towels at 10c each. For this 5g? Towels. was W. II. Ml'HPHY'S eon crib was bro20x40 FltEE PIKES. Tho fiscal court A Hoini)on county farmer netted but Hammonds, of Hubble, for subttanlial ken Into a few nights ago and a small In session again yesterday to hear prop- Jl" on a tobacco crop, which he j$ti week we will make a special on 25c towels for 35c pair. w fuvors. amount of corn was appropriated. The ositions from tho turnpike companies. sold last week In Louisville. Another Many other bargains in towels and crash. 24 inch Plaid ajft Miss Uettii: Hioolns, of Crab Or- - scamps also scattered a big lot of The Hush Dranch pike directors of- Hourbon farmer netted only $11 on a )f?i Linen for fancy work. 1 ?c yd. We will take pleasure in j ehanl, was tho guest of Mrs. .lames F. j? for him. fered to turn it over to tho county and showing you these goods. crop sold in Cincinnati. News. &jl Cummins. says It was accepted. Mack Kubanks Alex Abbott, who jKilsoned his wife Hank Stock. Col. J. P. Chandler It cost W00 last fall to put It In re- -' carta VJ and elo)ed with her niece, Is on trial at sold privately for John 'A. Soonamoro that pair, so it will be seen that the gift is a ! Morchead. eight shares of stock In the Farmers riddance to the givers. J. It. ltOUTT has rented Mrs. Fannie Hank it Trust Co. at $ 101. Silas Ander- happy Stanford it Ottenhelm stockI will ntlfr at private ale my Hc)iih and t on The Main K'rwt.occupjliie Hie wjuaro with the Clirlv Dunn's place and will keep the Myers son got seven and Itobt. L. Porter one. $." a share for it. rhiin'li In standi. I, Ky . from now until tlnu holders want House bur. George W. Logan presides March Mli, Comity Conn luy, and if not nolil v Tho McKinney it Coney's Mill poo-- fore will then m11 tu the hlclicst ldtliler on the attheCariHMitcr House mloon. Hocc.ht Him Oct. It. It. Noel it nlo link -i n sharo of .V) for it. NiM pn.prrty Is one i.f the K- -t lull t, ' ixjutpiuM ami inni arrange! property s In the MihsJANNIeMcKinney Is with her Son have bought out tho coal business j Stanfonl, .,Ky. nuiiir..-rne atanioro ireacnersviue oner Mate aunt, Miss Lettiu McKlnney, who Is of J. 11. Higgius in Stanford and they ed to turn over If the county would pay quite siek at her homo in the West are on a trade for the branch at Itow-lanIs the certainty f fulfillment tho $1,000 Indebtedness, but dnally took Knd. , The drst named will run lnith $700 and that pike of live miles also of each and every one of them. When you leave Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sit., found the houses and licsldcs do a big grain and was freed. your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranBONDS FURNISHED, mule market at Atlanta so glutted that hay business. Tho McCormaek, Knob LickandTur Cartwo ho took his to North tee that you will have an accurate and reliable timeOLD TltfNK. Mrs. H. K. Wearen ncrsvillo was turned over to the county olina. piece. of $447.(52. assumed Jose to Petehs, of Su Joe, Mo., and has given to her grandilaughter, which which A. G. it debt says that tho Moneyfarmloan on Itnprmod city prnjierty or al In Stanfunl ami Lincoln county Faulkner Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are Squiro ...... - "Till, ....... t.l W.....I lm.11.. IV. ... Mrs. II. C. Peters, of Washington, phine Waller Wearen, a trunk .H nii . ...II frnihiwn,l iwifli'ivpublic or corporation otiichist county has now. miles of free jilKcs at " for ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? Mo., have boon tho gucbts of J. II. has'lH'cn in her family for six generaKxeculon, Ailtiilulatrntors or (iiianlians at reason-tions and which is 1(15 years old. It is a cost of $l,f78.tS2. able lateo. Am azent for foiirof the tKt Klre Ic We have gained the reputation for miles around for Tucker and family. The court adjourned at '.:'M to meet mirance Companion ilnlnj; burlm-- In Kentucky and promises to best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince solicit patronage or propmv noiiteri in Manioni. While working In his warthouse at covered with deer skin and again this morning. ltates Milieu other com pin lei doing lniliics? here. do service for another century or so. tho mill, J. II. Haughman fell from WAI.1.ACK i:. VAKNON, Aist. yU Sl.fiin TllKKK wai an episode in tho llscal tho second story, badly bruising one of It Is often asked how the city council his feet. Ho hasn't been able to walk could grant license after tho jwoplu vo- court yesterday that was not down on on It since. ted against saloons. Uecauso of some the bills. M.F. North, Fsq., made a EARN MONEY. D. P. Hall, of Kmiueuce, who has irregularity In calling the election, it speech against tho court buying a The XI KKLL MAGAZINE opened a saloon in Tommy Hull's was declared void and tho drys were turnpikes and makwant" good reliable agents to can store room on Lancaster Street, has not wide awake enough to seo that on- ing them free because the county judge A vcrv vas for subscriptions rented tho Nunnelloy proHjrty on tho ly councilmen opined to license were had In his canvass promised certain Kood rate of cash commission will be given, or bicycle premiums if same street for his family. elected. Kternal vigilance is the price ncighliorhoods to do so, notably the Did you know that we keep the purest and best drugs and will fill prufcried All material and sam manager of the Heal of all achievements. Waynosburg, and argued that all J. H.Sowuei:, pie copies furnished fiee. Apply your prescriptions accurately ? Did you know that we don't charge Lstate Kxchnngo, Is nicely fixed up in should bo freed or none, as tho nt once. Soi. Smith ItrssKM., the comeiMan, for filling them as some druggists ? If you , didn't 'know his olllco In tho Inteiuok JornNAL would be doubly taxed then, taxed The Nickell Magazine, as much would deem It an Insult now to be to pay for the little pikes and taxed to building, and Is ready for business. who these things, 180 Summer Street, Invited to play in a town smaller than travel on tho others. Greatly excited Head his ad. on tlrst page. Ma'-Huston, II. C. HaL'OILMAN took his sister, Lexington, where ho apMarod last the august judge descended from his MtfS Dora, to Louisville to have her night, gave a orformanco In thu court- porch on the bench and proceeded to eyes treated, but Dr. Cheatham said house here, coino l.'i or HO years ago. answer Mr. North in his dory, untamSALE AND RENTING. And you will be convinced. A dollar will go further with us than at that Dr. O'Hannon was managing tho Some of us roniomlier his wonderful ed manner, but didn't succeed in consong, which vincing him of his error. In his rejoin oaso llrst rate and she returned v Ithout facial contortions and his any drug store in the State. Patent Medicines of all kinds a little brought down the house: "If any lady der Mr. North went for the "jedgo" further consultation. committee for Spencer HuhUe, I mil cheaper than anybody sells them. John H. Whkiiit, of Danville, sold here wants to kiss me, she'll find me as like a thousand of brick, after telling on S6 him ho was "no better than the rest of to Mr. I'd Carter yesterday a line mon- young as I used to be." 28, 1897, lawyers." Mr. North's Thursday, us little jack-leument for his sou and to J. P. Hailey SHOT. Decatur Crenshaw shot Fercy one for his father and mother at Husposition is tho correct one. If the lyimi on the Dan- Stewart, also colored, In the leg In "jedgo" wants to strengthen himself Offer for Kale on the farmuie ton Ille. Mr. Wright Is a equiiro dealriiic il JAinrrtier 2thr m jiuiiyimi rtirn Maxville a few days ago, Indicting a miles K; er and always (ills his contracts. let him not do so at tho expense of tho brhlije, two said from to Hubble, the . the wound. Crenshaw claims it wit: All farm-infarm, of Failmeu Hopkins," In tho painful taxpayers, whose burdens aro sulllcient property conshting of Tim '2 Hone ll'ifoiis, "Old tool was accidental, but tho circumstances peion of Frank S. Davidson, accom- show it in a dillerent light. Two boys now. Mr. North Is about the only man AVir Wheat Drill, liiiuler, Mower, Hmj In tho county who is not afraid to buck Jlake, a number of good Plows and other panied by Misses Allio Southworth wore scuttling when ho ordered them to against Dealers In- Davidson, Kdith Dombey and Addio the "boss." Tho rest of us feel Farming Implements too nnmcroiw to jini-fi- o All the stock on farm consisting of quit and leave, at tho same tlmo draw- like going oil and hiding when he comes Hriggs, and T. C. Itoblseh, W. It. Todd, ing his pistol and Hinting it at them. around. F. It. Hriggs and J. K. Vetter arrived 2 Good Jacks, 2 and 4 Years Old, Stewart hiipjieiiud to pass by, tho pistol yesterday and registered at the Myers Young Jennets, 4 Well-bre- d went otT and tho ball struck him as Want a Ciiangk. W. B. Mason, of cms, House. Their jwrformanco at tho Opwas here Tuesday to Inter- Four good Work Mules, one gootl Saddle Lancaster, above. era House last night promised to bo &c. est our citizens In behalf of a change Horse, a lot of Brood Mares and young hors largely attended. never rains unless It pours" in of trains on tl;o K. C. At present Lan- es. a lot of Cows, young Cattle and Stock "It Agents for Thomas Vanhooseu sent In his $2 theatrical as well as other matters. About 400 Barrels of Corn, some Barlcaster Is practically cut olT from the Hogs Stack nf Clover an'k Timothy Hay. ey, 20 for a renewal of his subscription yes- Three other shows besides Old Farmer world unless she patroni7.es IWill also Kent alxiut 50 Acns of Com terday, though it does not expire till Hopkins wanted to play hero this week, rest of tho tho stages that run to tills placo and Land, 70 Acres of Wicat Land, 40 Acres of years that ho ouo on tho night ho engaged early last In tho d Danville. It Is tho intention of tho peo- Meadow Land and 30 Acres of Grass Land time inyarals or as a whole, on has been taking tho pacr ho has nev- August. May Davenport telegraphed ple Opposite the Court-Housthere to send a delegation of repre- at the same er been a day lato in paying for it in for tho UUh, The New York Sports sentative citizens to Louisville from a credit of 12 months from Jan, 1, '97. Terms: All sums under HO cash, over tho rule wanted to come last night and tho Car advance. If his custom-werLancaster, Richmond and Stanford to that amount on three months time with ap Instead of tho exception, tho newspa son aggregation wanted Tuesday and petition President M. II. Smith and proved security without interest. G Sale, to commence in the mornsng at 9 per business would bo great deal bet "Wednesday nights, but It Is tho rule of General Manager J. G. Metcalf to run o'clock. WILLIAM HUBBLE, tor one. tho management of tho Opera Houso the Maysvlllo train to Stanford Instead Com'Ue Spencer Hubble, to protect regularly booked companies of Richmond, leaving hero at say (t ? D, N. Prewitt, Auctioneer, -from "dy by nights" so It gave tho lat A. M. and giving a direct connection at LOCAL' fiFFfllRS. twici2-a-vei2- ic ter tho cold shake. Paris io Cincinnati, reaching there at 10, returning reach hero at 8:110 or 9 l. ROUOH lumber and shingles for sale. Is Receiving his- "Wahkkn. It seems to be tho genor (JOURNAL II. J. Mcltoborts. al desire of both factions of tho demo M. Then Instead of the morning train In this county to run Hon. leaving here let it leave Richmond, arViut Si:b our stock of Deunison's Impor cratic party It. C. Warren for county judge, believ riving hero In time to connect with No. Craig & Hooker. Y ted tissue pajwr. ing that ho can better unite tho party 21 and return to Richmond after tho This of 211 from Louisville. Give him a Call. Fihk. Ike liiilllps' house on Henry and make victory surer than any other arrival arrangement for tho IMTERIORdOURINAL All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. D. Bauglunan's farm, burned Wednes- man. Of Mr. Warren's desire In tho would be a capital matter we aro not aware, but wo aro peoplo and wo trust the railroad day. BOTH OTiC YJ3A.R t may seo their way to adopt tho H6HO S satlslled that ho would not decline a THE Tliu court of appeals has decided nomination or refuse to give ready re- suggestion. At present everybody who ONLY Tteoughtei Bnroo Jersey KD BOBS, that you can kill a gray squirrel any sponse to any demand made by ho goes to Cincinnati from here takes tho mailo'a ip.clil cluliMng arrangement without, tear Wo 1i.imi tlmo you get tho chance, party, which has honored him fre- Q. & C, who would go by the K. C. If with tlio ami will ere (elected from tho bcsi ntrusoi My John M. Bt'inl that paH.'r uml our fur the prk-- lumitl to all of'tlils breeders breed of lno In Mineral State A of prosecution. famous In tho past. His qualifications tho change wero made. quently fur wlo. llred aulwsrllKjni who will renew ami uy in udranee, .i.lcudld lot of pigs of dillerent a general promoter of good things, ourto all new ulcrlleni who will pay In advance. sows a ieclalty Satisfaction guaranteed. nr you know of tho whereabouts of for tho olllce aro so pronounced and his Farm, If tent tree on aji- Sample cuplcaof matter In hand and will J.lt.Orndoiil's fox hounds, aged 1U deserts oo great that his candidacy has has thofor an Interview with Messrs. under this offer mint bo tent to All mibscrliitlons Crab Orchard, Ky. montliH and threo years, you can make only to be mentioned to demonstrate n W. 1" WALTON, fctanford. I Smith and Metcalf. popular demand for It. them to him. $10 by bringing Hun-odsburL- '. Walton, Jk'si.viisi Manaokii. and Hhln-Sine. I WILL sell you best duality steel roofing nearly as cheap as you can buy shlnL'les. A. C. Sine. night. ' I I MATRIMONIAL. Win. Linker, of Moreland, Mlllil MllltI, A FEW WORDS TO YOU. I Checks for half the final , payment ,.,., ,,.., ,.,,. ... " .. . .. 1. " muweu 111 - was mar , . "" "W.V, ,lf ! mer-sno- w Cash Customers Wed-ni'hda- y. ... J. ! ;gg5g5fes W. B. MoHOBERTS,, A ...... ..! Bi$ Valaes in Table Lineip. i Tur-nersvll- le. gj m In-'gl- n e, n. - $ ll-ac- re shl-stul- T ro m FOR SALE! SEVERANCE A SON.$- - 1 ATL- I lt SJ-I- Baek of IVIy Promises d. MONEY TO LOAN. pro-luct- ear-loa- ds m Ji-S- SE ..- 1 I u ... THOMAS DALTON: few-littl- e DID YOU KNOW IT ? Ml LV tax-paye- rs s Give Us a Trial, CRAIG -- f 'Jl 1 g Jany. HOCKER, a 1 n B. K. WEAREN & SON .(1 '' -- Farming Implements of all Kinds. WagBuggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, to-lu- 20-od- Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. e. e 11 H RUPLEY THE MERCHANT TAILORS COURIER SI2MI-W12I3KU- mMmmmmW0 GUIS-GRASCorrcs-ponden- olll-cia- ls r FOR $2.50. TwkW'O-wwj- k Courier-Journa- l, ai-i.i- Courier-Journ- u THE INTERIOR JOURNAL X'vOslloli.oa.'r'vi.os&a.ya o.ss.i ( INFANTS' CLOTHING.' Reform FOR OUTDOOR WEAR. dr. e. o: ZErlAGEN At Stnnford. GARLAND SINGLETON of I'ublle Helioots Is acnudldateforSii-rlnleiidei- it of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tho In tho tnyetto That Arc to Bo Commended. riiajra - '' $U ' 3- - 3? 12ft YJEA.lt. IX A-T- VVXC3Scharged. When not aopaM S2.SO will le HaaMiM K. C LOCAL TIME CARD. Tlioro liavo been n grent many now sj'.sA,Ua)'&. 2Sr.. designs brought boforo tho world of mothers for infants' clothing. Several of thco deserve fall approval, as from , BEEF SIRES. a hygieuio point of view they posross double tho valuo of tho old fashioned Specimens of Four of the Oront Ment patterns. Particularly is tins roiorma Cnttlo Families. It is impossible) to say which of tho Shortbeef families, Aberdeen-Anguhorn, Hereford or lted Poll, is tho best. cattle nro not Tho Abordcen-Angu- s quito so largo as tho Shorthorn, but they mature quicker, as is generally conceded, Vro-ducl- 5y (xrile.irty, Wlirn Not Jludo of I'ur, Mont OnrmrnU 1'or fio)c.ir and more Aro I'ur Trimmed. Dr. ZebiiKeli bus m.id B085!5BJBBCL nf Optics This is a fur season, and both dress- tliesolciHO pnifciobm an nt aud cloakniakprs uo fur of somo erlulro Ky , nnd for makers IxliiKtou, In ii candidate for Asseswrof Llneotn eminty, sub variety as an accessory when tho gar- wore, than a )etir hns . MI to made weekly Jic to the attloli oftho democratic pari) is not of fox. Fur capes and liauirllle. K and whero ment itrelf La ..in 1. fiitiml t.iTY mantles nro much worn; so nro fouI III. Dr. Hogln's oiliee r jarkcts and coats. Velvet, velour and .Nitiinlay until are ln ntll"tle..Marb, lliinlali and r..f..rpn.M ibero SI. OWENS burn or water, jour ."hoitld your eyes cloth wraps p.re trimmed with fur. Tho dim t Itii' J. F. I10I.1U3I 1 r s, 3p3 i v.slon blur, ImtcliendAi lie Mid lour vlaw suit ) on, i. ill on tho mil) exihi'lteoplb tin in Hit sti'tlon who sneered, when others till irroiind to suit the xl.tcm nnd fraiuei sccunitidy hT ASA1MI Will ! at made to Ut the face IIOIEI. i'lirlors UVEIIY I'ltlDAY I mil NlNIII K few will' forn AMKL inw Isacjnlldatoforslieiitlof l.ltiniln count), aiilijotl tothenilloniif Ihodeiiioerulli piriy. th, I5.I n ETT HIcCOK suppotl Is MACK Train leaves Stanfordfat iillJa. in. nndjreturns at nt 4:30 p. m. K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. 3 Ko.2C No. 25 " No. 2.1 ." SHELBY & SHELBY, Proprietors . Is a eandldate for Assessor of l.tiienln county, Mils lour Ject In tlie action of the deiiiiwrallc put earnestly oollellcd No.2I.Tratn going North .., " " 11 " ixJiilh .. ," ..12 STJp iu .. 3 13 a in ..12 01 in LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE 91. F. KLKIN sub-Juct .. 1 03'p Junction Turnouts, First CU reasonable rates A repecllully solicited City, Ky. prompt attention, cry of your atn)iiire IS Is a candid He for Aawwor of Lincoln county, rtr lu the action of the democratic 111 QUEEN & CRESCENT. ' Tralnspassl.liiticilonlCity as follows: JiSl South .....U IKIp in 'o. 4i S'ortU J 3J p iu " ' .12 09;am No.3-4- "! ?! am " JVm No 6 -'-""l-ajjiuu 1131am " 6 " GOO a iu 9 JOE T. EMBRY sub-Jc- il Is a camll.late for Assessor of Lincoln county, to the action of the detuocrallc party and earnestly asks jour sup.irt "" J.T.Jones, TVl'ES OF WINTElt STYLES. ABEUDEEN-ANOU- "NoteNos. 9anifiiu run City. KENTUCKY P.M. 2 30 503 735 KM A. M uol flintier man All trilns stop there. MIDLAND RAILWAY. l 1 "ID Juuc-Uo- n 3. BABY'S FLAN'N'EL WIUrrEK. A. M. VIA OEOHOhlOWN. s;i5 450 R 2.00 Ltb. Someret, 9 13 30 Arr ' Franklort, JcUUty I'arls Arr I.v " M. 01 ..... 12HW 8 35 G 5 35 lilHIl, except ''Arr o ........ "6 10 30 55 9 53 30 4 00 I.ve s. M A. al11I.llCAW.O.P R0YAI POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Us great leavening strength and liealthfulness. Assure tin food ni;alnst alum and all forms of adulteration so common In tho chsap brands. Kovai. Uiki.no I'jwdkk Co., New ork. m km Dentist, Hulldlnj. r A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Stanford, Kv. Office over McTtolierts' Print Store In the Owsley COOKE'S SARSAPAR1LLA WILL CURE .Scrofula, Salt Rheum, beef. Sores, Boils, Pustules, Finally, hero is a pioturo of a superEczema, Tetter, latively lino Shorthorn sire. Ho, too, is Nightdress Sachet. and all diseases of the blood and Quito tho simplest cas6 of its kind is a British product and is of tho best aud ' Makes You Well. mado of a straight pieco of linen 15 tion to bo commended in tho exclusion of tho linen day shirt for tho vest of finest hand knitted or woven wool. Tho former tiny garment is no doubt prot-t- y and dainty in appearance but its comfort is much to bo questioned. Tho woven vest and of courso only tho very best quality should bo used may bo described as an ideal shirt, ns it contains tho minimum of weight and tho maximum of warmth. Its silky smoothness is comfortablo to tho tender skin, aud it nover falls into tho chafing rucks and wrinkles of its linen companion. Indeed, nowadays tho sensiblo mother uses flannel for her baby's garments whenever it is possible, aud thcroforo lays up for her little ouo a hcritago of health and strength iu days to coma Tho design for tho long flamiol, of which thevbaby ought to possess at least six throo for day wear aud threo for night is a thoroughly comfortablo ouo. It is mado with n littlo straight bodico cut from one pieco of flauuel, without any seams or joins. Tho back is mado strong with n doublo pieco of tho flannel aud then nicely ornamented with a trellis work of flno coral stitching worked in whito washing silk, which stitching also is carried round tho rest of tho bodice, giving a pretty effect. Tho armholes nro merely hollowed out and secured by narrow straps of flannol. Tho entiro bodico is bound very neatly with whito luto ribbon. Tho depth of this littlo bodico when mado should bo 5 inches, tho width about 23 inches, this allowing for a comfortablo wrap over iu front, tho points nt tho back fastening neatly with silk strings. Tho skirt of tho flannol is merely a straight pieco eorno 20 inches in length and about 41 in width. Unless tho flannel is extra wido ouo joiu will bo necessary, and this should bo mado with tho utmost neatness. The skirt is also bound with luto ribbon and finished by an edging of tho silk coral stitching. It is gathered on to the bodico with a band of tho whito ribbon, nearly all tho fullness being arranged at tho back. This design will answer equally well for day or night wear, but in tho latter case tho embroidery can bo dispensed with. and nro not to bo beaten as tbo makers of tender aud juicy meat. They aro easily kopt and fatten for as littlo cost to tho pound as any breed known. bull in tho picTho Aberdoou-Angu- s ture is a perfect modol of his tribo. Ho has won prizes at tho loading agricultural shows for somn years and is ono of tho finest animals over bred in America. Ho looks ono lump, not of fat, but of V 1 -- - $&? " u- - ."(.., ?nJ'T TXV AT . IIEREFOICU. meat. Tho smoothness aud finish of this typical black follow aro Ecarccly equaled by any of tho othor breeds. Tho Hereford siro is also a beautifnl American bred animal aud has mado his mark at tho fairs, taking tho prizo from nearly all others. Tho Heroford is tho most picturesquo of all tho beeves. At a fair specimens of this breed present n vory attractivo appoarauce, with thoir curly hair, heavy horns, massive, fleshy red bodies and whito faces. Here is tho picture of ono of tho choicest specimens of tho lied Poll fam- - an imported ono and ono of tho ffuost over reared in England, whoro tho Red ily over bred. This animal is, howevor, wM" HF.D rOLL. Poll breed is becoming such a favorito for beef and milk. Britons still beliovo it possible to breed for both milk and Indigestion, constipation and dys- inchc3 wido and 30 inches long. This or must pepsia, kidney and liver disease other bo frilled nil round with lacotho suitable edging. No. 2 shows yield to its curative powers and when cured it W&" Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by V? W. B. McRobert-- Stanford " Dru Store, Penny's Craig & Mocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twidwell, A Hammond, Hubble. J. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pip?s, Moi eland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. v J" great novelty of tho season is tho idea of trimming garments with circular flounces of fur, aud theso nro used olthor on a fur garment or on black velvet or colored cloth. Theso flouncos havo no fullness where thoy aro sowed to tho garment, but, being cut iu n circular manner, they form full flutes at tho outer edge. Quito short shoulder capes in various furs nro worn, arranged with a pointed effect back and front. They look particularly well iu sealskin, Persian lamb, miuk or chinchilla. They aro useful for wearing with tailor mado cloth gowns and for putting on after skating, as they give just sufficient warmth and aro light in weight nnd easily carried. A novel shoulder capo is mado of sealskin cut into points nnd edged with a border of skunk, nt tho top of which is a hnudsomo jet pnsctnonterio insertion. This stylish collaretto could also bo made in caracal or in black velvet, and, if preferred, it could bo trimmed with sablo or any other long haired fur. With this is worn a black velvet lint, trimmed with Fhot ribbons and ospreys. Boleros aud zouaves mndo entirely of fur nlo meet with "favor, and in caracal or Percian lamb they aru decidedly Finart, especially if brightenrd with a littlo jot embroidery. A dress in Foal brown velvet is becomingly finished for street wear by tho addition of a boloro .Muff und in sealskin or chinchilla. toquo aro mado of velvet and trimmed with fur to match tho dress. Cloth walking costumes miido with jackets show, iu many instances, waistcoats of fur. A beaver colored cloth costume of recent mako hail a full waistcoat of palo blue. Tho hood shaped collar and rovers wero of beaver colored velvet, braided in tho samo shade. There is not much chaugo iu tho fur trimmed and fur lined traveling cloaks. They are still fairly ample iu shape and provided with mcderately large sleeves, so that they may not crush or injuro the drew beneath. Some of tho prettiest of these cloaks havo deep capes, bordered with fnr, a good design being curried out, for iustauce, iu Danish red cloth, tho capo edged with miuk, whilo nnother is of Lincoln green, with a bordering of chinchilla. As a rule tho linings aro of Fquirrcl lock, although sablo is very frequently used for cloaks of a moru costly description. Muffs, if they nro of fur, must in every caso match tho capo or coat with which they aro worn, and if two fur? nro used the muff generally matches the trimming. A great many fancy velvet muffs are, however, worn junt now, nnd thcho nro mado in very bright colors to match tho millinery. JiiicUin The TIS SSI) SHEET IIS IIS, 'il-t- C. G. BAKER ST A NPORD, lalnL Solo proprietor nf Denn'a lllack ICY. . Plamoud Itoof iiuit. palntlmj wvl. Kiiarantre.;. All metal roofs tuliited wltli llean'a lllack IHamond I'aliil warrantisl for ean. Dealer In Kt fltcni runi iidUalnnl.il Iron niters, ila'rnulied and lllack f Iron lU.inng; or all kind.. Is a eandbhle for Ascss,r of Lincoln, subject to theiutlon of the democratic aily. He kindly asks our siipsirt. ! ltltuaie juriilstml fr and lnn nN. Satisfaction sub-Jr- sl Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, Think-lto the action of the democratic patty themmthernemlof the county Is cnlltlcsl ton slice of the pie, he asks your WILLI AM NOHELANI) SAM W. BIKNEFEE NOTICE lls XI ilatidralllliiirwlre near want nt my storo leadiiift from (Yah All lHTsons dculrlliu al kinds of lunilr for liiilldiiu pur.-sn.ms deslrlliK any nrtlele of and shlnnleo. All me at my lro this kind can rail on ( iii.i ... vi..nr ...T I it,fs.iiii miiitfr. Olar Creek, on the pike i. (irtlianl ! Slailb.rd I N Jttl touoatiUu uniiOslcmoraUc j.arly. kivoon hand asuppl) of plank fr . feiieiti.: All fnr plank fence, fence can find what they fttili lnts disk. nrLlar ,MMiU.I"N NOEL & SON, DEALERS IN COHL, Near ltallnudCrr.lntf, COAL I Falls llranrli Coal and will I am still Atfiil kcepasHppIv of all kinds i.fOil, so you can net Ml nt Ibe hmeM isdil ptl.s-- . lor sueli a. ) Usli Urtceon Mill street and IU.Iltd Ironing t.i..IU- - Holler Milts fr vj Ut of lKt. J II IIIOt.l.NS.Manb-rd.K- Stanford; doo.1, clean and ehii and see ns Kontuclcy. J.III.N 11. (.ASItUM.IM. Corn ami Hay taion In A.li. UCCHCM exchane llnmo MONEY ON In Lincoln W TO . LOAN riiit. senil aiiMHal Address I Ml. ilunie), Man-fonl. IMI'llOVin IAI1MS Ky INSURANCE COMPANY OK UVKRPOOL. iutrrest, no roimnlssloii lion, InuHlreof J S Ky cnnly, at ' DAVY. Ilooiii 17. KenrnlilldllU, lulvllle, Ky For IdaHk al44leall.nis atol liiribur iMforma. hrsl -- aui.r. j. t. suttokt, Undortnlcor, Qustonvillo, - B3BBBB Coxnmcrco 5 CaSTLEHUN. MAS M.l.ltS, Kentucky. s.ple of West Uiteolii OH. rs his services tn the and Cnwy cunlU- - Full stik of t.itnn.and ts.kvis il arson hand. W D. . Carivnter Manager. Building, Louisville. AirniU Thnboul the Nmth. V?. . THIBBL3B. Alltlll, Stanfokd, . J7"l Kentucky. D. S. ls--1, CARPENTER, Hustonville, s Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OF bTANlOl'.D, Will sell at isnt two llUKlcs. one Hit under shell Mry lino surrey 1li lluwles are nrsl-tlaIf )ouwatil a lamlll, csll JotMlneiery rvtx-ttoiisands.sitliebltlsand pet )oiia vehicle thai will giro you MtlsfacHou suw l K. 5200,000 00 17,603 CO h lAliri.NTI.lL Piii up Surplus, Capital, - . DR. "W. b. PEinrz- - Ocntlst, : Stanford. : 3 rOificiiuii I.aiHiter street at Ilesidcnu' Aruicti Sulir. alrt) In tin triirld tor , cuts,, lirul'r iri-tetter, uliun wit rheum. ihniilalns rornsu'id all Uii eniptkHM.l llireljr curt twijmy rililred. It It Kiiarajtwd to give jivrfeit MtlMurllmi or moin'v refunded. IVIre SI rants wr Ux. IVrwIubyW II. McKidwfts, lnijU'lft- - r, lift fcr j clinp-I-dliaii- pilir . iFire Insurance Written on All Classic of Proper tyin the Hest cf Companies. ro a lly provisions of Its chiMer, ilernllor In allonal lUnka, as are fully pnilc-clIndividually liable to It. shareholder. UI11K htld their stisk Ibertlu at the extent oflhe amounl of Invalue Iheiisir, lu nd Itlloii to llieamoiinl nd llio Ii may act as executor, vested Iu sin h sharc-as fully as an individual trustc-e- . Ac, mliiisliaior. entrust-s- l who 'Itnderliiifour tliaiik.to thn they have Continue will their business to us, we trust prompt al w roller as a guarantee lo do so, and tentloii to same our .")) ears' experience In lnk ItiKand as llUral acssjiiitucUlloui ware consistent with Hiuud lankiii!. DiaElTOR. Ml eiHoti. J.J. MllUauis.II. Cummins, I'rraehersvlllc, V. J. II. Ow.ley, J. S Owsl-- y, Sr , S. II. Shank., W llllani ls.wh, - J. limbry, J. I A. W . Oarpciiter J. K.I411H. J. N. Mtllefrsl. dcltra ir s fr orriciKft. S 11 S bunks. I 're. Went, J. II. Owsle). t'obler, W.M Iltlgbi Te.U r Something to Depend on. SIIOISTIIOItK. Mr .lames Jn-- ', "f lliodny firinof JiimA 111, Iu ivaUu,: of Or Klu a e lw purest blood over bred in Scotland. He lttt winter lih wile wa alUikwl is now five years old and of a fiuo rcan Mnen.sainllittt and hereon itrew i mHoim thai wild "LiOrlH-o- , phjslilulu ut t'oiltu and lnu mhiM do likthliu; color. It todel into hasty tiiiiinii-tlm- i A cross between tho massivo Short- for her HmliirflT KiliK' Nw Diwwery in More, Aberdeen-Angu- s atidnellliu Ixittl home ami In From the most attraitlie lines ol samples la lw It, li horn and tho quick growing lutf from lint found Mysvstim of iiieasoniiienl tfiwraiitees u tl.a urirl if vll tie ha3 been tried to somo extent and dne,aiid lull dozen lml't vtit lllerfound ami perfect fit In eery leMrimenl. W hy exiierliiieiit cured Iitir Ineier) DlMinery Hllliuiuetiurs when )ou well with great success. It is now occupying Cdiiiclu It KiiiK'itNrw t;uHrnnl'vil lor('oniiiiiilliii. iwrtlcular by leain,c jour can is prot!e.iwith mo nwatuniueiit ( M ilo tlil ami tho clobo attention of some of tho most wt.rk. Try ItI'lild trial litll at W II Mclhili-erts- " 1 urn alo I'riw I)ni( Stole careful stock breeders of Great Britain m m and ought to do tho samo hero. For Old People. sm-Cd- Gentlemen's Clotlilns; FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ol lUadcto aicnburc Si WrOllD, . K iii Capital Stcct Surplus 515,750. ui O OJMOWOMOMM THE POPULAR N D iSMMil!B:ltllilt MOM mm OMO ! Good ISrerdlng Stock A CONVENIENT SACHET. l'ujs. M0M0MIM(Q)M10MIM1 M0IMM0IN10IN1 OMMOIMolNII iMloinoifVi . &m WOIM y 0 caso folded over and containing the nightdress, whilo No. 0 illustratos the prettiest way in which to fold over tho remaining flap and thon turn baok tho corners again so ns to form a diamond. G.-- these turned back corners tho initials of tho owner bhould bo worked, cither in satin btitch, with whito thread, or in colors, if preferrod. mado in small sizo and of suitablo materials, seems equally well as a handkerchiof sachet. In this latter caso tho uffuir is of courso lined and perfumed. This-mode- l, v m em MO M m ia LYV 1M r I s o I fOMMOKi OIMVXUMO mm ONI MMOMOIIMOlyi mm G.l'.A., J. BKEU, MM I11AXIE Clilcinto. u' OMMOMOMIMOMEI & K. II. HACON, I.ouIs Ule. D. 1". A., mm M mm OLNli 4 N 0N0G0M0!N) cut glass aro provided for celery. Tho mica iu tho stovo doois may bo cleaned by rubbing it with a cloth wet in vinegar. When grating a nutmeg, start from tho blossom cud. It will lio found to gralo much moro readily. OAtmoal porridgo is ono of tho most indigcstiblo things in tbo world if not boiled long enough. Littlo work tables and etngercs represent tho elegauco of Louis XVI's time. Housewives on tho alert for resplendent effects patronize cut glass lamps in oither tho princess or banquet sies. If tho crackers served with soups aud broths aro lightly buttered and then placed in tho oven and browned, they nro much moro appetizing. Here Mention. Low boat shaped dishes of In Australasia and Amorica wo have All work guaranteed to record fairly fabulous prices for high class breeding animals. JESSE D. WEAREN. Whilo the low prices of wool and pork havo been discouraging to tbo aver-agwoolgrower and swiuo fecdor, tho breeders of sheep and swino havo not BEST & FASTEST LINE. lost faith iu tho valuo of well bred animals from families of proved excellonco. Lato public und privato sales of Poland-China- s NEW- UIKKCTOKS. aud Bcrkshircs show that aniNORTH S. T Harris, " Co ; J. W. Haydcni Staufonli l'tlteld, Lincoln eagerly sought N 11. Riuxhiiun, " mals of tho right sort aro " T Hill. J S. lloeker, " for by intelligent nnd enterprising :- -: K. I. aimer, McKlutiev. W. A. Iribble. Mt. eruon. to the fact that J II. Colllcr.t r.ib on h'd, M. J. Miller, breeders. They aro alivo M, D Lluiore, Maylord. in periods of depression comes the golden NAHVIllC R. R. U M orr.CBRs LOUISVILlt lays tho foundatimo for selection that Wo haic oiHiUuil nt Sturim"t' old stand a complete I. S. Ilocker, I'rcsldei tj J J. Mcllolerts, Ca.shlerj 1.1 no vol tion for tho best breeding. Thoy havo A A .McKinney, AsslMaut rashier. read aright tho history of tho stock business, which teaches that when tho TROWS , SO YEARS' U all Paper, DOUBLE "scrub" growers und feeders lose heart Furniture, Gupe'ts-EXPERIENCE. Makes iloocouiittlloiis at . &c , &t. tho breeders of the best tako conrago aud push farther to tho front. They havo faith in tho best and beliovo it to We will Keep Constantly in btock For all lViluls bo tho cheapest at any price the Latest and lk-b- t iJoucis, High prices for woll bred breeding TllltDFtill TICKirr.S'MII.D stock do not seem to bo limited to tho UAI.liAtii; IHIX'KhD TllltOlCill TRADE MARKS tales or stook wo have mentioned. Bulls And Mako Piices to Suit the For any Information enquire of DESIGNS, nnd rams of high excellence havo been s. OOPYRIQHTS Times. JOi: S. IIICL, Agent, taken at largo prices for shipment to Anyone scndlna n sketch and description mn7 Manfunl, Ky. quickly ascertain, free, whether an Invention l South America. Breeder's Gazette. prolwil'lj piitontnble. Coinmuuluitlnus strictly WeBuarantco iwrfit mtlsfaitloii In eery rusjOkt. eonriilentlal. Obiest nuency forsecurtmf patents) Lome to co us In America. Wo hnro a Washington ottlco. Too Iluch Sand. Patents taken through Jluun A Co. rucvlr ipeclul uotlco In tho county eitlztus.uur old lioiue lojlo, are Uncilii The Live Stock Journal reports four coruiall) lmiteil to our (takaiil fcetour iiii't SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, deaths amorg horses fiun swallowing prices LONDON, KY., beautifully Illustrated, larsost circulation of excessive quautit.es of u.ud with driviyear out scleutlflo Journal, weekly, terms f&U) aUjLNUt Keeps all kinds of Hellions IbxAs. Tracts, Iaiersa ng watt r, especially whon allowed io publisher.' prlcea Llblcs for liooii J. A. BEAZLEY & CO., Ac., up. salo at orders promptly tilled and .hi - flJOalxo.Nmonths, fpoclmun copies nnd I'atents aunt froo. Addrcs satlsuoinMall and drink from shallow ponds. In ouo MUNN A. CO., loincastcr, Ky. J hfi stance, on autopsy, 14 pounds of sand V S JACKSON, London, Ky. .1111 Hroailwav, Now Vork. kJ were found in the digestive tract. o Old mvlile who nilro ninlleiiie to regulatri the howeUatMl Lidnev will hud the trueremeily in 'Ihii iiiedlilne doc not Mlmulate Ueitru llltten. and (villain no wliinkey nor other Intoxicant, but ltuct mildly on the acts m a tuiilcand alltnithe Moinai h and lKwel, addlnt! treiiBth and Klviii tonotoths orKJiu, thereby aiding Natum in Hie l.leclriu Hitters It wrforiiMiice ol the jutiUloiis bl !" an excellent aiipeilieruud aUU llnlliiii iilo find It Jim rxa. tly wlut iney u.v.i frue . II. Mutobo reillt and ?1 00 ler IxUloul v.-- . tho Loxinyton Agont Stoam Laundry. Purnitiire House- ?j Attention of the public Is called to the f.u t that this Is the on!) National Hank in Stnulord I u ol the .National Hank Act dvr the prollun delnltor aro ss ured not only by I lie capital s(K.k, but by tho stockholders' liability lor an aim tint oiiul in the stock, so that dciliors of this lustitii-- t by a luinl ol tAD.Wio ton iu swum statements of the isniditluiioi, the Hank uro made ouch )ear to the I lilted State-- (ovcrnment ami Its assets areexaminisl nt statcsl tlmcw by coieitimenl uk'eols, thus KsiirluKndilitioiinl and tVci sjlety toilcisiiitorr, 'Ihhliislitiillon.uriktiually established ns tho Deposit lUuk ol Siaulonl In InV, then rcuvanDeei ns ofstanlnril In lfM amlaKain the National Hank rcsirvanlAsI as the First Nulionul Hank of Stanford In lw.', has hail practically an uiilnlcrniiitcd existence for .11 ycsirs. It Is tietler siippllni now with laiilitlcs for tninsactliiK business promptly and than tier Ixifuro iu Its loutf and houoncblo of Individuals, fiduciaries, llrius career and IndhldunUixilicltisl aruM-curt1 1 '1 MILT Louisville anil Cincinnati mama w. s. -- JACKSoar, 1 iiliiifr agSCTfiwisfi JHyifrifcstA ft ' 9mmemm i i a iiisjsiia . IS mm ... i 4 Jfmtmmtfrtjgffmtmm RpRBtsaB