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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897012601 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. tt SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV. KIDD'S ST0R6. MiirgurotlillTortl, u frunllo ami uf this noltfliborliood, for nearly a hcoi-- of yearn a bonellciary of charity, Buccuinbod to dccrupitutlo. and miuulor last week. Fred Goode llnally declined lltium-villo'- s tcniptatiotirt to tho removal of hid inanufaoturlnj,' and rejialr Hhojm to that city, and will increase IiIh force a8 urcncicrt demand, eontlmiintf at tho old Htand, serenely awaltlnp the of demoralized lninlnoss affair In other parts of tho world. Jim Wright, tho most industrious, cnterprirtliiK' and Malicious of our urban imputation, will himhi remove IiIh family to tlielr Green river farm a few miles below Liberty, and cockle burn will not bo long regaining their wanted luxuriance on Holds where Jim demon-H- t rated hid excellence as a farmer. Manv farmers have lwgun plowing preparatory to pitching oats and corn crops, and tho acreage to Ihj cultivated will be proportioned to the increased conlldenco and prosperity which must follow Mr. MoKlnloy's elucidation to foreign nations of tho Iwnollcenco of tho gold standard a It exists or the bimetallic Htandard as projwsed. it Is suggested that an enumerator Iks apiHdntod and immediately put on tho road in time to make a complete un Y Swinging the Circle. ' INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, MT. VERNON, 189T. NO. 84 LANCASTER. - KICIIMOND. Mr. Win. Kirby, formerly sliorlir of iMilii MosdainiM Georgia Itico and Fannie There are, I'll bet you, a greater Thompson visited Livingston Saturday. this county, is dangerously ill. number of lady bicyclists in Richmond Capt. Louis Landram, editor of tho The ineaslu broke out among tho than any town in the Statu, population ' pupils of the institute, causing a totn- - Kecord, is in Lexington on business. tnken into consideration. They whiz ' iiorarv fullinir oil' In numbers. Mr. John A. Davis, age 10 years, died through Main and all other struets, i morary society nas neon orgamzou at ills home near Buckeye Friday of hloomorloss, at a John It. Gentry or at the institute with Jack Ping presi- pneumonia. SO"77"0Z)DEiI5, Nancy Hanks 2:H) minute gait, riding dent and Mrs. Georgia Bice secretary. Win. Cook's cottage on Richmond with as much ease and grace as Is posHorn, to the wife of Mr. Will MoFor-rn- Avenue burned Friday morning. Loss Land Excursions Conducted, on Jan. 1!, a line 11! pound girl. S.(K): no insurance. sible under such trying conditions and A phantom party was given Saturday positions. The collego boys aro a so- The mother lies very ill at tho home of Located, night by Mrs. R. II. Tomlitibon. It cial, intelligent set, but if dressed in her father. Loans Negotiated, bathing suits and put into a pool of Tim entertainment at Livingston giv- was an enjoyable ulTiilr and the ghost water up to their necks, each of them en by the Christian church was quite a were seen In great numbers. Furnished, Tho young ladles of the Christian would lo taken for a girl, as they part success. Mr. H. G. Williams by re Rents Collected. their hair right square in the middle quest recited "Trad in1 Joe." and upon church have formed a missionary feoci- and wear a few frizzes that are just being encored replied with "A Parody ety and aro doing good for the cause, Ask for Bargain List of Properties One Agency will bo established in cacli county ' They gave a Apply for your county, with reference candy pulling at the Siiup- 'too utterly too too," through which on Ml. Vernon." tho Binoke of cigarettes and the wind Mr. W. A. B. Davis has sold his sou House Friday night and realized 1 blow, but they are all right. store building to parties in town, and 18. IIAItltODHllLMin. The failures of National banks and will close out at once. Having ulways The primary election Saturday, Kith, taken an Interest in educational mat- - Building and Loan Associations, us oc-- J FETCHLE brought out l,l.l voters. Tills was the tor he hoe to receive the republican ' caionally reported, are not always ' third election in the county in 10 nomination for suerintciident of by dishonest ofllcials, but frequently WILLIAM SHELTON. President. occur from a failure to realize on loans. weeks. Klectious and court days are two schools. The Second Session of 189C 97 things that the people of Mercer will Deputy U. S. Marshal Win. Stringer which proven that money is too high and OPENS ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. go to "In splto of hades and high wa was in town last Sunday. He has prov- - product are too low. The supervisors adjourned Saturday, For full information about Courses of Study. Terms, &c, 6end for our New Cnta ter." This primary conclusively prov- ed an active worker for the governed to one of the defeated candidates ment since being in its employ. Sam after having made a rai-- e of $131, 000 loguo. Address, MIIS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady 1'nL.vcirAL, Stanford, Ky. that murdering a fellowman is not a Davis and sister have gone to house- on the assessor's returns which makes good electioneering scheme. The ,.uv mini i,viij .! di.i .ta "iii keeping in the brick hotel whore he til., ..icii ....... .,...,.. ri.T.,uui, ....i.. 4'm -j ",Odd rY'llows lodge holds the runs his saddlery establishment. Jas. 0uT less than Lincoln, which is a much banner as to regularity of weekly meet- Lnndraui, at!iit of L. r N., was call- -' larger county. We expect another bo by Frankfort, two since its llt of republican candidates already ings, having missed butago, being pre- ed to Laurel last wuik who the77serious raio toagainmade at notes. Tho when rjt is work compare years years we can Illness of his mother of tho thous- institution announced, though all meditating announce- vented oiio night by a tire and the oth- old. W. II. Petturtilll his place dur- of the supervisors will yield nearly r. ands Mjriously 1,XX) additional revenue. er by a raid of the gallant and illustri- ing his absenee. tw take ment should UY The committee appointed by tho ous John Morgan away back yonder in The Salmagundi was handsomely enchances. It should not Ikj forgot toil war times. tertained last Friday evening at the county court to see about the purchase K that Hon. John I). White was long in MUltOI.V. home of Mi-- s Maytle Weber. The ex of the turnpikes is hard at work and a majority, suspense as to Colson's exact A young man who lives at Kubauk, poem deal will likely be made. It has been awaiting returns from a Casey proclnttt. in Lincoln county, had his hand crush- orcises consisted of a touching A by the young elocutionist, Min asked why the county had not as well Prof. Howies and trouW, of Taylor ed while coupling cars at llurgln Fri- recited Bet-dMartin, in iier most pleasing pay railroad fare from 'Gilberts Creek county, doubtful of adequacy of coat-iii- day morning and I was close enough to style; an original poem, "A Warrior' and Paint Lick to Lancaster, as to pay eaiKiclty of our city ball, procured g hear his cries. Three Kevorio," read by Mrs. J. W. Nesbltt, the toll by furnishing free roads. One KHTo Aomle- the chajwl department of of his fingers wore immediately ampu- the society paper gracefully read by U just as reasonable as tho other. If i my in our suburtu for one ol tlielr tated by Dr. Meredith. This unfortuthe vote favoring the project i taken "irrtiml, glorious and ixjcullur," sacred, nate young fellow some months ago Mr, t'leo BroWn, a beautiful solo by Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Mrs. Fannie Thompson, and a debate over for any cause, It is believed that profane, comic and otherwUe cyclo-rumi- lost three fingers on the other hand In Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. upon local option was well handled by t.ie result will bo different. panoramic, or n similar manner and this was his first L. M. Seroggs and H. G. Williams. Although it is understood that the Square, Stanford, Ky. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se recovery. "The d n cars The literary feast was enjoyed by all, city council will vote In favor of electwo trip since evoidng. One of the would never got another chance to bite but tho feast which followed when Mrs. tric light at the next meeting, yet, to known dead heads of the audleneo of my hand if was that boy," heard a James Boblnson, tho handsome and tal- make it doubly sure, a petition is being four reiort the professor a succors as brakemau remark as the suffering felof the tax pay ented sister of the hostess, Invited the signed by a prolix and original delineator of the low was carried away, and I see where guests to the dining room was equally or, favoring the project. It has been a """"N A I most thrilling scenes in u vernacular he was right. The Hurgin Cooper Ij . jrence between I well enjoyed by all, the versatile estimated that the J precedelhint of syntax and all known L Shops aro filling a contract for ",.100 president keeping the ball of conversa- that and the present inicthod of light- -' I V V dents. barrels. The coopers aro receiving tion rolling all tho while. This was lug the town would not cost one cent Our tobacco growers of the past few I".! cents for each barrel thoy make, one of the banner meetings of the so- more on $100 worth of property, and, years have abundant experience, but but the price used to Ikj $1.10 when During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you well being so much more desirable, everyciety. are 'absolutely without the essential money was plentifuland syndicates and body will favor it. and we believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," Death entered the happy homo of Mr. elements of confidence and profit. trust were few and far lietweun. Tho II. II. Baker Friday and snatched from is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword. For your Some have consigned their crops to the cooers average about 0 barrels each her loved ones the faithful wife and RELIGIOUS. tho market.aud por patronage in 1896 we are very thankful and promise you to do all in bharks who manipulate day. Frank AVllkliibon Is succeedrequested to make good, small ing in his business in Hurgin remarka- mother, Mrs. Miranda Baker, aged 02 been William RlgstafT, aged 00, Is dead at power to merit a continuance of it during the year just begun. Our years. A noble woman has gone to her deficit in favor of the warehouse men bly well and enjoys the confidence of Paducah. He was a member of the stock of reward. She had been a faithful mem after dividing out tho jay's shipments. the people. A big sanctitlcation meetSO her of tho Baptist church for many Methodist church for year. disaster ing in in full Dry Goods, A few growers who scented Rev. Dr. J: M. Worrall, of Louis- Groceries, blast and they aro ''rais- years, was kind to the jwor and always last summer and abandoned tho grow- ing sand and shouting to kill." The had a sympathizing word ville, began a meeting at tho Baptist SHOES, &c, was nevermore complete and our prices are in corresforthosowho ing crops have never regretted their new Hurgin National Hank is tho bigwere In distress. Her los will be wide- church Sunday morning, which will pondence with the hard times. apparent negligence and prodigal In- gest thing the town ever had and is continue till Wednesday night, with have consigned succeeding even better than tho stock- ly felt, for beside a large family of preaching at 10 a. m., '.'M and 7 l. M. difference. Other who were large ixirtlon of clean, bright stock to holder anticipated. Mr. Joe Head, children and In the Methodist church at Preston- s jierfectly devoted to her, she leaves dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel when you come "Get a convinced of its tho manure heaps, burg there lias been trouble in the conIs a young man of ability, u the cashier, and equally cer- Knight of Pythias and liked by every- many warm friends to mourn her de- gregation on account of the organ. A o town. Special dinners on courts and public days. value as a fertilizer, parture. Her children are Mcsdames tain that to ship It in the face of recent body. few nights ago some vandal entered the .lop. Thompson, J. I. White, J. Pur-cel- l, oxpcrlonccis would lxi deliberate DANVIM.K. c mrch and destroyed tho instrument Jonas and John McICenzie, Miss of an already depleted exchequer No newspaper man in the State is with a knife. to robbers. more iHipular athome(orabroad either) Mattie Baker and Messr. Win. and as well as further Incentive A Boston Baptist church desiring to Andy Baker. They and the bereaved Several tobacco barn were built by than Harry Giovanuoli, of tho get rid of Us pastor asked film to rehusband have the sincere sympathy of farmers last year to house their fltstOne of most influent ial citisign, but as he was getting $7,000 a community in their great loss, but acrops, but it is improbable that a u zens of Danville told mo yesterday that this year, the Lord neglected to tell him it terlal advance of prices about time lor Harry Is a general favorite with every- they can rejoice in the thought that was ids duty to do so. He ha dually sowing plant beds will delude many In body and said he, "Not within my her life work was well done and she agreed to quit April 1, on tho payment to another lass of labor, money, time, knowledge is there a young man who was only called to her reward. of half a year's salary ho will not earn. 1 confidence and religion. deserves more credit than Harry for The Bapti&t Recorder say that Rev. w P. Walton ha dressed up his pa the success he has achieved In life by per, tho Intkuiou Journal, in a IJ. 1 . Taylor m a ministry ol zo year if vin niiiUe iinv more such "bad In the Col his nttontlvcnos to business." His brand new dro.-- and It looks as neat has served tho Mt. Moriah church a breaks" as you have done gift as a and writer of and trim as a beautiful buxom lassie in pastor for '21 years, Perry villo ..church matter, somebody will re- unusual ability was observed by 13 years, and Mt. Freedom church sev others .Mi Jj move tho top of your head with a shot when Harry was quite young. Hesides her first spring wrap. Kentucky has B6TA11 Farm ProJucts taken in exchange. tho Intkuiou Journal one of the en years. There have been converted :. in mm, purely In the Interest ol science, making tho local columns of 'v.; the Advoher under his ministry 2,f00 persons and he papers published within to examine tho peculiar structure of cate teem with readable matter, he is best bounds and an editor who at time has baptized over 1,000. you have your brain, assuming that tho telegraphic representative of an inPastor J. W. Loving, of Campbells wo one." is ihe way llontnon .Moore con definite number of Louisville, Cincin- lights wild cats for past time. Wisli villo, closed his meeting. Pastor J. F, hail more Walton. Jessamine Jour ..luil mi urilelu in his lllade on Kid. nati and New York dailies and sends nal. Williams, of Ilarrodsburg, did the Zackarv. with whom ho has Ihhjii car out many column weekly from "Little Tho Stanford Intkuiou Journal, preaching. The church was greatly ryingon a war of words since the tragic Britain." larry is a Iv. P., a K. O. T. ever on the up grade, has donned a new revived. There were 18 additions death of .May Collins. M. and so on, and Is a mighty good fel- suit. While It is awful clean and nice, Pastor J. I. Wills writes: "I closed a The Q. & C. has Inaugurated a bor low any way you take him. By an or- we are disposed to ldo with Bro. Al- - meeting of l." day at Mt. Hebron nf observation cars on tlie famous der of the city council tho Danville pov brecht, of the Middlosboro News, who ctiurch, Garrard county, which result Hluo Grass special between Cincinnati licemen began Saturday to parade tho says of It: "There Is room for a dllf- - ed in '2Z additions to the church." and Lexington, free parlor cars and Q. & streets in handsome uniforms and badgerenee of opinion as to the improve Western Recorder. C. bUindard vestibule day coaches. es and each carries a persuasive looking on faces." However, we contriiin dailv to Cincinnati with close "Billy," almost making one feel like lie ment The blizzard which started in Mann gratulate Bro. Walton all the same. Is Receiving his- connection with trains north. Q. & was in the presence of that august and tolia, sent the mercury down at Bis p. trninsiii-- without a peer In tho authoritative class of Chicago individ- Owenton Herald. marck, S. D., to 11:1 below zero; at Roch 'i ' ' ' ' t m uw H i i i r i The Intkuiou Journal appeared South; 17 miles shortest lino and uals. Danville has always been classi- last week in a new dress, In the latest ester, Minn., 20 below; at St. Paul, 18 train service. W. C. Klnear-Bo- fied with the orderly towns, but it Is below; at Chicago, 17 below, tho cold and most approved stylo of tho season. G. P. A. Cincinnati, O. est in '2't years: at Detroit, 0 below and useless to say that it will not in future and up to date, just as Bro. is tho best way you be even more no. Like all the other It neat Indianapolis o below. Even the South All Goods Wrrrantetl and a Per'ect Fit Guaranteed. Giv him a Cn "You can get them Walton always appears. May prosperJersey City girl to her re- secret orders, tho Knights of tho Mac- ity continue to surround him and his, is is feeling the blast. The mercury was can," said a jected beloved, who.had asked for tho cabees are growing In Danville, and to tho wish of tho Argus. Frankfort Ar- III above at Nashville and snow fell at Dallas, Tex. Freezing weather i pre&c, return of his rings and things. The further aceellerato the growth of tho gus. 10 loan, dicted to the gulf and South Atlantic youth took her at her word, and while order there, Deputy Supremo Tho Intkuiou .Touhnal In Its now coasts. slept, ho cleaned out M. F. Klkln and tho writer will his dress is a thing of beauty and a joy for Reliable report from India say tho Money to loan ou Improved city inerly or her jewel box. lie also took by mis- spend a week there bhortly. Tho crowd ever. May it live long enough to see farm In Stanford and Lincoln county al famine is not half as bad as rumored tiiwrreut., layaWc one of papa's aculT buttons, and of jiooplo in Danville Saturday after- its errors, politically. It take too good a .Mi i wu ....u.Mlli.l1 ..If. I'll ujwjia.i.n. uuiiv r. now ho Is In durance for burglary. Tho noon 'made it look like a Winchester paper to live and die on the wrong side. and that the measures of relief are ad- luruisu iMinus ior ....t.t... ut (.n.irJlaiu at w.w..reasonKxit'Utont, Administrators or atn,-equate. No deaths have occurred from aliloiatcs Am aent for Tour or the ouil Mro ic-- s U ono of tho queerest In crlml- - court day before the bottom dropped " Loudon Echo. lmslm- -s In Kentucky and "Wanted. ii run to Computikit ilolnk' starvation in tho district traveled by wiIlcIlalniiiin;Boriroiertv holders In Stanford out of price on cattle and live stock nal auuals. Walton, tho IntkuiouJ OUUNALman, Parties having inventions thoy wlih to the associated press man. Kate samuas oilier imiiiikiiiioj Annie Sanders, of Ilobokcn, N. generally. .Tok F. Watkks. Mrs. "" WAI.1.AC1: h. VAIINON, Act. should procuro their patents through our has purchased a now dress for his paA Negro wa- taken from tho jail at Sl.fim agency. Inventor's Manual, a book containing; Y., while kneeling at her housework, Ho write such warm editoriper. cost of patents, mode of procedure, etc., aa Tallahassee, Fla., by a mob and hangTho Stanford Intkuiou Journal drove a plu Into her, knee. otherinformatlon.sent for 3c. stamp. typo Is heated and wear PRIC A. OurlUtoI patents wanted, for which largo hubs, was neces- has put on a now dress and is a typo- al that tho ed and riddled with bullets for an atensued, an operation of money are offered, sent with the Mtnual.fr. away rapidly. Carlisle Mercury. Wo And purchasers for patents proaarad tempted outrage upon Alls Kinma resulted. Surgeon sary, and death graphical beauty. Mr. Walton get through our agency. Branch offices ia alt UM Dentist, below zeprincipal cities and In all foreign oouBtriW. With tho thormoineterkfar A West Virginia man who uctcd as out one of tho beat paper that, come to Tho most costly tomb in existence i THE WORLD'S PROCREM, ,t! volunteer peacemaker In a light, got our desk. Wo learned to read out of ro and nearly every lire plug frozen, Stanford, & O. J. Bajurr, Masager, tangled up in tho row, ana completed tho Intkuiou Journal, and to see it the Chicago fire department had to con- that erected to tho memory of MohamPLUM T., OIHOINWATt, . . shooting both theutwo origi- prosper cause u to rejoice. Lancas- tend with a lire In a stove repair facto- med. The diamonds and rubles used Otflco over Mcltoberta' Drug Store In thtj;Qwley hlB job by . 'T V1. B mrv A In decoration are worth $10,000,000. UuuuiDK. ry which caused a loss of $42f),000. ter Record. nal contestants. :al estate H. Factories Abstracts EXCHMCE 3ana,grer. J. n, The Office In Interior Journa Building. STANFORD COLLEGG. I j j llar-rodsbu- rg iKs-od- UDDGKCMinG ! roi-olv- o dark-hors- o . i I I J. c. M'CLARY. ir heart-rendin- ( ( Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. c, I dollar-a-dozu- n 1 1 teiwwt.wWim S nine-tent- f S s ' TO YOU! ! Hardware. Chinaware, grand-childre- n, JFARRIS St HARDIN, first-clas- rol-ber- y Advo-vocat- e. PML- - s, news-gather- er Buy your Coal now before it l goes up, for the Winter. llns-Putna- m II J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. 1 1 H. C. RUPLEY, THEMERGMANT TAILOR i ed ii m 'if SL n, Coin-maud- cr n ... xr: m PATENTS Patents pro-ta- 1 .. - .. J. U. v "-- - i, ct Blood-pol-souli- ig J. Ai-thur- UWrL 01-3- 07 - W mwvwwmwwwm V2V; fc a , or - w - .3 m" THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., Jan. 26, 1897 W. P. WALTON. II human who salln under the of Chief of Bureau of Pro- hugu title motion and Publicity of The Tennes see Centennial and International Exposition, is a fellow who carries his nerve with him. He sends us enough matter about the prospective show to nil an issue of the puier and does not even hint at a reciprocation of the favor. Wo are for the centennial and hopo will be a glittering success, but when we decide to go into the f rco advertising business, we may communicate tho fact to Herman. Meanwhile we will say that tho buildings aro nearingcora-pletio- n and that everything will likely bo ready for opening at tho advertised time, May 1. Views of tho grounds and buildings show that it will be on a Justi, larger scale than tho Atlanta Exposition, which it will try to eclipse. made answer to fraud by specifiHunter's charges cally denying them and alleging as many charges of fraud by Hunter. In Simpson, Muhlenberg, Monroe, Allen, Edmonston and Butler, thoy were especially pronounced, while throughout the district by the lavish use of money 500 votes were bought by him outright. He further charges that the L. & N. "by thrcatcnings, intimidation and bulldozing," prevented 100 of its employes from voting for contcstee. That Rhea was elected, hardly an honest man doubts, but with a republican Congress to passion his claims, it is more than probable that thoy will bo rejected. Hunter must bo vindicated and the unscrupulous body stands ready to do it. John S. Rhea has of FUKTIIEK proof of the almost axiomatic chargejthat mobs are cowardly comes from Franklin county. Thirty men went to a Negro settlement at night to warn certain of them to leave tho country and when their leader was shot from his horse tho rest fled like cravens, leaving him to dio on the ground. The average mob will run if somebody shouts "boo" at it. Thoy aro usually blood thirsty, but when there becomes a chance of losing some of their own blood thoy leave at once, standing not upon tho order of their going. Gov. Buadley has adopted a good rulo with reference to applications for pardons It is that they must be made entirely in writing and not by personal interview, which he will grant to no one. Another rule he has adopted is thathciwill pardon no fugitive from justice. Now let him adopt another that ho will pardon no man before indictment or conviction, or better still that ho will not interfere with the verdicts of tho courts except in the fewest of cases, und he will see that lawlessness will to a considerable measure abate. family can now has a female lawyer in it, boast that it if that is anything to boast of. Miss Sopronisba Breckinridge, daughter of Col. VfC. P., was granted u license to practice law by u committee ot the judges of the court of appeals Friday and she will hang up her shinglo at Lexington. ment was tho worst substitute that it could havo iossibly made for its beautifully printed half tone engraving sheet, which was in many instances absolutely valuable. Shoot tho red pictures and the funny business, they aro no good, and give us back the half tones. The Courier-Journal- 's comic supple- concern. With great solemnity and display of superiority, it has passed a bill that hereafter no olllce within its gift shall bo bestowed on women, when tho fact is that if women held ull tho olllces In that State it would bo to its credit. gives it as his exMcKlnloy could not pert opinion that have named a more Incompetent Secretary of State than John Sherman will make. And Teller ought to know; ho has been cheek by jowl with htm in the House of LordB long enough. The Arkansas Legislature is an un-galla- nt Senatou Teller I ? Lyman J. Gage, president of tho First Nutionul Bank of Chicago, wills accept tho treasury portfolio in McKin-ley'cabinet if tendered him, 6ays u dispatch. Of course ho will. And there aro dead loads of others In tho same fix. -- -- IN London thero is an ihsuranco company fthlub. insures bank accounts against failure. With banks bursting to the right of us and banks bursting to tho left of us, such an institution would do a land olllce business in tho U. S. now. GEty "WAT HaudiN Ih making a canvass of tho State for stock for tho Now Sliver, dally, tp appear at Louisville, March', iJandAs meeting with gratifying The establishment of tho success, paper now seems no louger problematic. Three boys have been arrested at doubt as to tho ability of tho Kvansvillo for seeking to gratify curiInerything both in the State and State to pay theso bonds, including by piling tional campaign to dlvido and sunder terest, at the present rate. Who will osity about a railroad wreck on a bridge. democrats, now pleads for harmony. deny that this is not tho best plan ? obstructions The new nonulist executive of Kan "Let us," It says, "compromise our Carlisle Mercury. sas, has just pardoned a man out of tho grievances and subordinate our differppiiitentiury where ho was sent for ences and get together on Stnto and loNEWS NUGGETS. having 11 wives. It does seem, for a to determine cal issues, leaving time earth quake of Kisham Island fact, as though he had been punished the future course of both parties on the The 2,500 people. enough. killed silver question." This la all very A lit year old boy nt Oxford, O., Controller 1'ckels has sent to the sweet, but it will go unheeded so far as weighs 2I2J pounds. irovernor of each State a letter calling accepting tho advice of the l'ost. If Sir Isaac Plttnmn, tho Inventor of a attention to the advantages that would tho party ever gets together it will be system of shorthand, died In London. bo derived from having the report of In spite of, not because of any elTort of Mavor Swift, of Chicago, has signed State banks similar in form to those of tho Post in that direction. Democrats tho ordinance prohibiting high hats at National banks and of the same date. Courier-Journno longer look to it and the bill has been ntro- An anti-trefor advice nor will they accept theatres. millionaire was in- duced In tho New York Legislature, A tho dictation of either. dicted for conspiring to ruin his wife's which mnkes It a misdemeanor for a person to treat or offer to treat to In It is unfortunate for the cause ot law reputation. With a voting population of 1,S(K), toxicating liquors, punishable by a $5 and order that when tho Kentucky courts occasionally get a move on Mingo county, W. Va., has 1,500 cases fine for the first offense and Imprison ment for the second offense of not less themselves, they do so on some jwor on its docket. and without Mrs. Hungerford, tho novelist, whose than five days nor more than 20. Negro, without friends A letter from Minister Rodriguez money. The Negro, Charles Taylor, non do plumo was "Tho Duchess," Is was transmitted to tho Senate just in whose case was railroaded through to a dead at Dublin. sentence of death, In 10 days after he Tho damage suits against tho L. & N. time to stop a vote on tho Nicaragua committed his horrible crime, deserves for tho Cnhaba river accident now Canal bill. It tainted out features of the bill which ho claimed violated tho summary and conCign punishment, but amount to $3iV,000. A South Bend, Ind., teacher gave terms of tho concession made to tho cxamplt) would havo been n great tho deal nioro salutary had some white castor oil to some of her pupils who Canal Company by tho Nlcaraguan government. scoundrel, with money and friends at would not mind her. An anti-foball bill Is before tho An onvolope factory has been estabhis back, been brought to face death as Frank- lished at Cooke vllle, Tenn., with a ca- Nebraska Legislature which provides quickly for his misdeeds, as the that any porson engaging as a partlci- pacity of 40,000 a day. fort brute. assaulting pant in a game shall, upon conviction, Two Negroes accused of The Mlddlesboro News, which is al- and killing Mrs. Rowland, were lynch- be fined a sum not less than $25 nor ways doing something nice, sent out ed at Jeffersonvllle, Ga. more than $100, or Imprisonment for a with its last issue an illustrated "coal ThoMonon has been ordered to bo term not exceeding threo months, or supplement" of 16 pages, which sold on a decreo of foreclosure with nn both. Further, If any one Is concerned and contains valuable upset price of ;t,000,000. as a backer, "umpire, assistant, rejort-e- r information of tho black diamond inor onlooker, lie Is liable to a fine of Qov. Turnoy, of Tennessee, wound up dustry in that rich mineral section. his term by making it an even S20 par- from $5 to $25. George Woodruff Albrccht is a tasty dons granted in tho two years. printer and a fine judgo of tho art preA young man Is In jail In Letcher FARM AND TRADE, servative, oven if he did make the mis- .....,. f,.. ..i.iinir n. horse into n church take of saying tho face of our new bre- during the progress of a meeting. A goose 411 years old died at King . Va. Thomson, of wood, vier dress is not pretty. The wife of James county, was drowned' Directum, 2:051, will likely make this Bourbon Gov. Buadley has demonstrated Stoner season at Lexington. ford a swollen creek. is sure very strikingly that when ho Florida strawberries are celling In hundred people were killed at Three he's right he can not bo scared or cajolduring Atlanta at f0 cents a quart, China. In a panic ed into doing wrong. It is Jan. 20 and Kwnng Fou, Fifty mules sold at Fayottovillo, a theatrical jwrfonnance in a temple. the extra session of tho Legislature are victorious at Tenn.. at an average of $IK). Local option people has not been called. Meanwhile the ' More than 250 mares entered the Owcnsboro in tho legal fight over tho heathen rage and Hunter imagines a - great brood mare list last year, petition for an elecvain thing, but they will all find that legality of their Corn, corn, corn. Highest market tion. William O'Connell Brudloy is governor Bradley has offered $500 reward l(rlco paIll for corn wi & Son Gov. and does not propose to bo run by any- for arrest and conviction of tho- Joh u Foster bought of M. S. tho thing or anybody but the law as he sees murderers of Thomas Godfrey at Lex- B!UIRhinan u fow 125 jound hogs at :io. it in his own conscience. ington. Jeannette. tho only African elephant ' A deal has been concluded by which in tho U. S., died at Peru, Ind., aged when John D. White It is a cold day will bo estab-lishe- d isn't running for something. He has a new lino of railroads Lakes to Nor 120. from the Great Laureate won tho Merclmnt'o Handinow shied his castor into tho ring for ' folk, Va. cap at New Orleans Saturday; 11 miles circuit judge, believing that he will fill Samuel Kirby and wife, living near In 1:5HJ. a long felt want as a jurist. Wo hopo were murdered iiyi Bales & McElwalno. of Richmond, he will get there, if for no other rea- French Lick, Ind., thol- - skulls being crushed sold to Jack Spradley, of Petersburg, son than to disappoint some meaner re- a robber, .. .1 .. IT.. n ,..I,1 lr la.tlllHK ll. fl with an ax. publican. Hon. Samuel E. Rankin, mombor of R f(jr im . Col. Wm. A. Hauuis, who will suc- thn TnnnnsHcii Legislature and attor O. P. liutTmnn bougnt oi J. u. ceed the long whiskered Peffer as Sen- ney of the Illinois Central, commiueu Baughman a small lot of hogs at 2lc. ator from Kansas, whllo a populist is suicide at Milan, Tenn. G. D. Boone sold to J. T. Culton a no so blatant as His Whiskers, and Col. B. F. Bradley, of Georgetown, bunch of calves at $14. and tho ,i the fact that he is from Virginia and ... Moonstone. 2:09, one oi the Vlllago in tVif. wuubudvu i.. nw M..iinn fought for the Lost Cause will cover a Civil wars, besides a term in tho Con- Fam cust.ofTH) wjn campaigned multitude of faults. federate Congress, Is dead. again this year. Geers thinks there Is still something in him ' '" POLITICAL. took gasoline for coal oil and attemptThomas Metcalf, of Jessamine, ship: ed to start a fire with It. He died from ped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati, Miss Lulu Flowers will be Congressman- tho burns a few hours later. weighing 210 pounds, which netted him Wheeler's private secretary. -elect MissFloronco Koltz is acting constn-- 1 nftw fijIjrht iml exIHjnB0. The Paris Kentuckian has 41 candi- ble In Allegheny City, Pa., during tho Me(1im Hire(i ir,2:20 perform- . ., . ..i.ilrinir date announcements; 1!) of which arc Illness of .ner miner, and Is ......... II- ' ers linQ "tho dams of 21. II is sons have is generally considfor assessor, which capital olllcer. sired (iit. His total number of descend ered a very soft snap. Viola Willis, of Ham- ants In the standard list Is 4S0. Billy Mason, tho new Illinois Sena- ilton, O., tried to kill herself by swalCoyl & Kennedy sold toN. U. North-cut- t, tor, will have more weight in the Son-at- e lowing pins, when her teacher refused of Lancaster, 500 geeso bought In by 18 pounds than Old John to let her get a drink of water. this county at 40 cents. They made only that and nothing more. A temporary receiver has Iwen Register. $50 by the Rev. D. M. Green, of Calvert City, for the Southern Building and in the numtorof horses The decrease for CO years, a Baptist preacher, Is u Loan Association of Knoxville, on comin the U. S. during the past four years candidate to represent Lyon and Mar- plaint of an Indiana stockholder. has been 2.000,000 and the decrease In shall counties In tho State Legislature. Mrs. John McDowell, of Louisville, value during tho same period has been Tho governors of Delaware since while holdlnglher babe In her arms, 75,000,000. 18.").'l have been sworn into olllce on a fell against a stove. The child's neck At the sale of trotters at Madison in 15112, there being only was broken and the mother was badly Bible printed Square Garden, New York City, Nelllo one of tho same edition in existence. burned. McCrory brought $2,:W0,- - Germalne, It is printed in Latin. Albert J. Frantz, the murderer of $1,575, Mario Wellington, $1,000, JubiIt Is tho generally accepted belief Bessio Little, was sentenced at Dayton, lee, 000, and Blue Bird, $1,225. that Judge Goff, of Clarksburg, W. Va., O., to be electrocuted May KJ. He Sam M. Owens, who took 2(1 small judicial position and rewill resign his her, then killed and threw her eatton mules South for Dr. J. B. Owsley, enter political lifo as President body into a river. reported yesterday that he sold them at attorney general. A passenger train on tho Pittsburg Columbus, Ga., after falling In AtlanGov. Bradley's oxpiditionagainstthe and Western, went through a trestle turnpike anarchists did not catch any- near Clarion, Pa., and threo trainmen ta, at u price which made tho average body, but it seems to have had a very were killed and two badly hurt. About at home $5(1.50. Sam McDowell, of Jessamine, owns cooling effect on the passions of tho an- 15 passengers were more or less hurt. sow that beats the record. She is ona archists. Louisville Commercial. J. M. McKnight, president of the de- ly 2 years old, yet sho has given birth Hon. William J. Bryun addressed an of Louisville, funct German National, audience of 5,000 people at Houston, is under bond of $5,000 for making false to six litters of pigs, divided as follows: Tex., confining his remarks largely to n.fnU on the books of the bank and 11, 12, 15, 12, 11 and 10 in each litter, a discussion of tho financial question his trial in the U. S. court is set for Alcovte. the irreat trottlnir stallion, along the lines pursued during tho late Feb. 2.'1. will bo sold publicly at Lexington in campaign. Charles Tavlor, the brutal Negro, How Senator Pritchard, a republi- who outraged and murdered a young February. In 1800, J. S. Coxey bought by a North can, secured his o . .. i...i i Carolina Legislature containing an sentenced to .be hangcu, me convicuon tvifil wiuli. III. Iiiiu fn ixl t untfhi tho overwhelming majority of democrats occurring less than 10 days from the balance and the sale will bo made to satisfy the debt. and populists, is another of tho of the crime. ,. A small crowd v miratniilflllO fltcl Lancaster court. ...l.n.' n anomalies of politics. ' attended court yesterday and little busl i,- - ),nmn .. , in Leslie Attorney General Harmon has entered into an agreement with tho Union county almost lead to tho lynching of a ncss was done. I hero was not much Pacific Reorganization Commltteo by Nc-- ro suspected of murdering her, has demand for the 100 or more cattle on which tho government Is guaranteed beJn found In Perry county, where sho tlio market and only about half were . The best brought aj; a bunch of 845,754,000 in cash. Tho government hau luiscu a farm, donned masculine honors and steers sold at !U; butcher outwill redeem tho remaining bonds standing, but tho interest has been re wcre,"tuir2to2io. No demand for horses duced from 0 to Hi cents. well at Ju- - m' mwloa. killed by drinking from a Under the constitution tho State of mento, which had been poisoned by an-- 1 J()Jm w"nin0Pe aieil at his home at Kentucky cannot borrow another dol- other lar without a vote of tho people in fa- they vor of doing so. Our idea Is to submit Cubans the question to tho people, with the shot statement that a million and a half dolabout 45 years old and unmarried. Tho lars worth of bonds running 10 or 15 lJoe Conn, son of u wealthy citizen of doctors are undecided as to tho cause of to years, can bo paid principal, and inter- Franklin county, .went with :i0 othersMwi Ills death and a post mortem examina..,. ik lnniin "4U at tho present rate of tuxation, warn certain negroes est, tion will likely be hold. and all tho Stato's debts can bo paid country, and while he was talking to Dr. Carradlno Is stirring up tho saints upon irom an up without an ndditonal cent of taxes. thnm., ho was fired ...w nnd Loulsvillo, rest in Trinity uhm-ch- , and fell dead. Certainly the people would rather vote stairs window to havo their tax- nftho mob lied and left him lying ' many aro "receiving the baptlam of tho for theso bonds than Holy Ghost." es raised these hard times. There can there. The Louis villo Post, after doing ev- bo no Na- "the: i i Louisville Store. " al You fire cordially invited to inspect our new and complete line of Spring and Summer Samples just received from II. J. Franks & Co., the Leading Chicago Tailors. The season of 1S97 is thus inaugurated with a grand display of the very latest designs in M . at Ponnt-ylvnni- a Imported and Domestic Woolens, And the fabrics submitted to your admiring gaze will cause you to burst forth in a spontaneous song of approbation and delight. Our gaiments will be made up according to careful measurement, and we guarantee fit and workmanship in every instance. ot Come & See for Yourself Even though you may not want to buy at the present moment. In other lines also we arc going to supply you with the best that can be 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 I lose in the country. Nice Kid Gloves at only 75c Pair. Nice Jersey Gloves at only 15c Pair. Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits at 49c, worth 75c. See our Tuxedo Plaid Suitings at 5c yd. Just the thing for children's dresses. Remember we always carry a bg line of Cottons. "Hope" brand at 6c yd. "Fruit of the Loom" and "Lonsdale," "Green Ticket" at 7c. A good yard wide Drown and Bleach at 5c. Our IO, 15 and 25c Suspenders and our 10, 15 and 25c Socks for men arc unequalcd at these prices. Boys' Knee Pants at 20c. Mens' Jean Pants at 75c, worth $1.25. A big line of Hats bought very cheap. 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 you to examine it. isbeau-tifullyoprint- ed whlle-trylng-t- I ( THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietois, T; D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt, Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, CynthiaiM, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. ! I ... There Are Four Kinds of Druggists In the world mid you'll And them In every town In the country. 1. Tho dniftgift who sells "chimp" dnionly. '2. Tlio ilrugnUt wIiobcUs BOtno good drtiH and sonic '"cheap" one. .'!. Tliu druggUt who xclli nothing but Rood drug and charge onlv wlmt they're worth. Tho so called exclusive druggist who noils good drugs generally, nnd never forgeH to load them down with exorbitant prices. We belong to the Tiiinii kiml. Our prices and goods nro right. 1 . . Ten-year-o- ld Pul-me- r, ed deal.--Blchmo- nd PENNY'S DRUG STORE. - bo-tray- ed Advertising prices is a little out of our line of business but to SOAP! Here we are with Mc-Kinlo- y' Ksep Abreast With The Times Lenox Soap, 53 per box of 100 Cakes, or 3 cakes for 10c Every Day Sjap, $2 per box of 80 Cakes, or 8 cakes for 25c Family Globe Soap, 1.90 per box of 80 Cakes, or 10 cakes for...25c Ark Soap, $2.40 per box of 100 cakes, o- - 10 cakes for 25c Butter Milk Toilet Soap, 3 cakes for 25c White RoseTolct Soap, 2 cakes for 5c I 11 inex-plalnab- lc ' l"Wc have been 1 selling soap at the above prices for over 60 days. HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Stanford, Ky Dealers in Hardware. Groceries and the like, TMVV"M Doors. Sash and Blinds, ' Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles, Etc For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. 'Boxing dressed one side all seasoned stock. T l,li :..,..., A. C.SINE, ' - - Stanford, Ky. "' Miirfciii MMH - . "THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' Wi: lmvo what you want In tho tissue In Hungary a man convicted of bigapaper lino. Craig & Hockcr. my 1b compelled to live with both his metal tKilIsh in wives In tho same house. town. Craig & 1 lockup. Horn, to tho wlfo of Thomas Butt, A.B. Caldwoll, of Green county, and A Hamlooine Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each of the Highland vicinity, a girl. ?10s Worth o f Goods. Miss Julia Todd, of Madison, married Wo have Ju.st opened a large and comprehensive stock of . WILL hell rough lumber and hIiIii- mm Stanford, Kv., JAN. 20, I8f;7 glen as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. Tin: fiOO aoroH of good land in Gar- last wees:. Air. Caldwolladvertised in rard owned by the late Morgan Hud- a Cincinnati paper for a wifo, and Miss Wl' will W..11 vnll lU.irmi ff.iltl Ml tn "I'll son, together MClDi with his jmrsonal proper-t- Todd opened a correspondence with K. C. W.viro.v, IHwi.VirssS Makauku. centupor pound. Warren A-- Shanks. IHUO-IJKAO, &0. will bo sold on the premises Feb. !J. him. Miss Todd's twin sister was mar-- 1 rled some time ago under similar ro- - fV , , csnre cspcclii lly invited to see our new lino of Dining Tables. Stork-roowith entrances botlion Seo ad. on this page. Ymihlioiild tako your prescriptions to j.uL-.bi.iiiiiiii;h-wens. ivAHv, &c Picture Frames made to order Work mantle circumstances. Main and Lnncastur streets, for rent. and price guaranteed Penny's drag store whero prompt nnd n inspect our lino ol fouclius. .Mirrors and Window Shades Tin: fiscal court did nothing at its Miss Anne Shanks describes the marW. I. Walton. rate service is guaranteed Friday session. No propositions wero ring! of Miss May Adams "with" Mr. 8c CO. TllK plumber is tho busiest man In made from turnpikes and after drawing Orvlllo Nelson Seoloy, in Louisville, PERSONAL POINTS. town. Tho freeze bursted water pljwa their per diem the members took their which occurred last week at tho resiii leave to meet again 27th. dence of her sister, Mrs. W. P. LinMils. J. II. Ykaciuk Is visiting rela- all over town. tives in Lebanon. TllEiti: is a linn in town that opens coln, as a veVy lovely home wedding. I WILL sell you lest quality steel Aliw. W. J. Yaukr and mmi returned roollng nearly as cheaji as you can buy tho business of tho day with prayer. An Kplscopal minister tied the knot, to Louisville Saturday. At least when wo called at the estali- - ' while "Call Mo Thine Own" was soft- shingles. A. C. Sine. .1 kj4.sk Thayloii went after the couple had entered up to Corbin lishment yos'orday, proprietor, clerks ' lly-lor Mendelsohn's wedding ONKof Al. G.HulTman's horses run and others were down on their knees to t,iu Friday to work in the L. fc N. shops. Do you need spectacles? If so have your cyc3 tested at onco at into a barbed wire fence a few days jMititioning tho Throne of Grace, as """'uh. Tho bride was very beautiful Mrs. JOHN J. McKonr.UTS has about n Kown of white satin and lnco. Af- recovered from a severe attack of grip. ago and was badly cut up. overybody should do. i ln Iter a delightful luncheon, served by .Mil. C K. Tati: loft yesterday to enSomk scamp relieved Mrs. Annio THE court of appeals atlirmed the de- - Pargnoy, tho happy pair left for u tour ter the law department of Centro McClary'H hen roost of a round dozen cision of tho lowor court giving tho f the South. The groom is connected apeciaciesanuisoi-euiassefrom 25 cents tin We are Snecialists in tho fittini? of widow of James K'olley, of Louisville, ' with tho Kanawha Dispatch Freight ,iiis. Mauy HoWmaN, Miss Virginia of lions a few nights since. mm Spectacles. and lloraco, of Danville, are at Air. V. Look! Wo have just put In a lino of judgment for S12,r00 damages against uno ami is said to Imj a lino business L. fc N. Kelly was killed at Hazel nmn. May i,0 Iin(1 hlti cimr,nintf 11 old's. nttie Cook Stoves and Ranges, at prices to the I'atch In a collision caused by tho con- - b,ido bo very hnppy, is the wish of the Woodford county has 70 miles of frco suit everybody. Warren it Shanks. ductor and engineer mistaking an or- - writer as well as hosts of her other turnpikes, turned over by the como Cheapest in piice nnd bc6l in qua'ity. A CANDY KITOHKN Is ubout to bo dor. Ho was tho express messenger, j friends in this section. panies. JJST Full Lino of Surgical Supplies. oiHJiied by J. A. Stephenson In tho LanMltH. S. II. BauohmaN, who was THE jolioy of the llseal court, wo dangerously ill, was much bet- caster end of the Walton store-roolearn from Squiro A. G. Faulkner, Is EHOZVILLE. Ingersoll k Poyton, Attorter yesterday. ney! ml Couijttlon at Law. Corporation; Tkn icr cent of tho teachers' money to buy all tho pikes it can with the levy Commercial; Itmiruno mij Ileal ijtatc MlHHUS SL'K WlMTLKY AND NKLLIK elvon attention. Attorneys for of this year and continue to do so ouch Is ready to bo distributed by the superA XMhrille It. It Co. Norlolk A too Ml'RlMlY have entered Miss Hold's WtMorn It. It. Co. and tho CVntral Savlnw year, believing that if tho bond issue intendent. Tho chairman's retorts school in Danville. llank. could bo carried, which It doubts, It must bo tilled. Miss Delia Hanisey, of Richmond, would not be good jnilloy to put more and Allen Kenny, of Danville, will marWoven wire and oak picket fence, bondH on tho market, to Increase In & ry on the 12th prox. the most economical fence In tho mar- terest onarges and pile up more SH 1VCI David C. Hudson, of Texas, Is with ket. I am selling it at alxmt cost of This L a nrottv mmimHiIh vimv taxes. T.I of it. brother-in-law- , - manufacturing. his Soulro John HaiA. C. Sine. 5 and we take pleasure ln giving the . Jx'ffir ?,",'!'. '"'"'"'.vowr Town Irtt .a to Staniord.one on corn- ley, in the West Knd. i" Miiur ? m credit for trying to do tho best it Tub Col. Napier Camp of Confederr,hJan Amiu( am- v. Mkssiw. V. H. Twidwkll and SamWe solicit your Trade lor the year just begun, guaran- S can under tho circumstances. laiuhuj 6'u- Acre, jwd burn, crib, cUlcm St m uel Lusk, of Hustonvillo, were hero ate soldiers will meet here next SaturI teeing you Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. and ivrnmW rwnii awl trill rtneked in fruit day afternoon when It Is ' IioihmI many KU IS Sunday and yesterday. THERE nro a good many vaya to kill awl ornamental tret; an unimproved lot Miss Minnik Huplky, who is teach- others will join the gallnnt band. a dog lwsldes choking hitt to death adjoiniwj it, containing nearly 1 im Acre, nv Miller rtre.1. cuWainiwj Four i ing in Boyle, wjHMit several days with READ J. A. Beazley- - Co'snew "ad." with butter, says an old saw. A mem- - Acren; oiw on ) lutlcu Avenue of One Acre II. C. Hupley. her father, Lincoln county jsjoplo aro especially lier of tho llseal court told us how they , n,,. iimui Given as Low Pnccs as any cash house in town Give us MISS MAROARRT KlTClUK siwnt sev- Invited to call on them when in" Lan- expected to bring tho Hustonvillo pike I'lie Six awl Four-AcrI,at can lc di' eral days with her brother, K. H. caster. Prices low; goods acall. Thanking you for your patronage and soliciting a i owners and the Crab Orchard end of vldeil s Jf wt mid before March 8. IS!)7, rwoiri Ultchle, en route to Texas. tho Danville & Crab Orchard pike to to. continuance, I ?m laud stylish. Very Truly, court day they will on that day be mid pui J6 Mlts. M. K. LoitDandlittledaughter, terms. The Preachersville pike has licly in front of the court home door at ANY ono desiring to graduate from already been made free and the cut off SSf .'(? of Umisville, arrived yesterday to visMltS KATE P WILIER. m tho public schools should procunt him- pike will lie, thereby enabling a man to Krtx of II' Jr. Miller. it Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Harris. i'4T Al zy. Thomas lirown committed suicide in self for examination at tho superin- go to Crab Orchard from here without KatiMis City, when he found his run- tendent's otllce, Thursday, Jan. :16th. using tho direct pike and without a Fee, 91. Miss Kate Blain. away wife in a house of cent of toll. It was also explained how A CONUKNIAL party greatly enjoyed will Ikj done to Hustonville, but J..Jj"5 7TS1 CAUGHT. Jim Bailey, who killed this ' And Stock, Crop and Farming an excellent supjKjr, beautifully served, we couldn't exactly catch the ioint. m Sam Brown, also colored, in Boyle, last 8 . Utonsils For Solo. ut Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hooker's Friday u week, and cscnied to this county, was JlETSY and 1 A HE OUT. As a peaceDo you Want a evening. Last Call on caught near Hustonville, where ho maker County Attorney J. II. Paxton Owiiis to tho cntnl It Inn nf mv luvilHi I him.,1.. Miss Annik Alcorn, who is ii most used to llvo. Ho has liecn indicted and has few equals. J"). Levin, one of Ot- - Vr,"ln', 5,!.r,', out niy farm ami sell my ivrsou- BLACK DRESS ? exjx'rt stenographer, went to Mt. Ver- will likely be tried this week. tenhelm's mcrchnnts. was in ureat non yesterday to take dcKMitions in an We have some very handtrouble because his wife had left him If you need a jacket now is February 1897, important law case. A Negro boy named John Anderson the timo to buy. This seasome black goods to show and gone back to her father'. Mr. at to A. M. Thu farm la locaUxl on tho DsnTlllo, Miss Louis: Saundkrs, sister of wiw placed in jail Friday charged with son's newest styles at just at verj- reduced prices. Hon. James N. Saunders, of this place, breaking into and stealing goods from Lackowltz, and hud also begun divorce from half former price. This i JMirash'T. nmv.nlont tn muni Plain blacks and figured h.u.i Untold histaloof woo i mm means the price cut half in Is a candidate for school biijwrlnU'nd- - G. D. McCarty's store at Ml Salem. proceedings. luurcuoi. ami contains ais acres, with a blacks, 25 different styles, two We might write half to Mr. Paxton and asked that gentlerrsldpnoo an J thnw rixmI tenant hou0 ent in Washington county. Ho waived his examining trial and was y a page and you would not 25c to $1.50. man to go with him and try to bring l'leniy oi Komi cittern ami wfll water convenient. i ne tarm now ha 150 acres ol gixxl growing wheat Miss May l'LUMMKR, a HarnHlsburg placed in jail to await circuit court. understand better how low which tho about a reconciliation. He went, ho on It.clorcr will no to 12 renter. Jti am tlmrili leauty, aftor making a notable con we'll eell you a Jacket and meadow, or 15 acres of oat land, 0 At tho doctors meeting in Danvlllo saw, ho conquered, for befqro ho loft Btrin ui cum in whllterpra acrvs mntAr mnu .l.MlM ot kixkI tobacco land laim, ami quest hero, returned home Friday from t, U the other day, Dr. George Davis, of An tho house Levin and his wifo wero bill- or Cultivate good Mne gr mm yard. Will 5 cri--i of us In &0 a visit to Mrs. H. J. Mcltobcrt. . 1 love-sic- k baled hay. 2 Hacks children. liarrelso.rnlncrili, 40 tons of or ;rr H. Dinwiddik, who has gotten derson, was elected president, Dr. G. ing and cooing like . ..ii.u.uj uv. u John unoi gwi muicHanii -: borne, ..:- cows, calves and heifers, lot to le a republican since his father used A. Traylor, of Lincoln, vice president, Levin's joy know no liounds and tho or hiy andpood Jerseylinn lhoats, a lot and the old reliable, Dr. Steele Bailey, following day he brought in a wagon menu: wiiidlstlng of binder; of new farming Imiil. o to keep the St. Asaph Hotol here, is a mower; dlc harrows; nmoothlng; dNW drills; and all kinds of plows; r secretary. Tho next meeting will be load of good things to the candidate for jailer of Casey county. harm-mfarming titemils; Ac; Ac lernis will In- llleral and made known on day of I)K. W. H. O'HaNNON tollsusthatho at Stanford the ltd Thursday in April. and Insisted on Mr. Paxton. notifying tho farm f him when he was out so that he could Mle. Any ono desiringmetoonlink ntplncvand Ibefore Don't Forget About Our has two patients who have apeudic- uayoisaiti win mm the will "ui.u r'AUMEit uorivlNS" gave a bring him more. Mr. Paxton Is a good gladly show It to them. IV.cloii given March Sale of lis. They aro Assessor Thomas Ter capital show to an appreciative au o We always lmve bomotliing : man in more ways than one. . AIUMK ry and John Chambers. The former is dience, which while I.M'llUNN.Aucfr. fair was not as good in remnants. Seo our very sick. HUNG Up. Tho Southern Building large as It ought to have been. Frank rcuiimnu of Hosiery. Sec MISS ICati: COOK Is at homo after a S. Davidson is ono of tho lest of com- and IvO;ui Association at Knoxville has Napkins, Towels, White PUBLIC SALE OF A our remnant calico. Samprotracted stay at Hustonvillo and oth- edians as well as the cleverest of fel been placed in the hands of a receiver w; Goods, Laces, Hamburgs, ples 2oc to Soc. Windsor er H)luts. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk lows and deserves tho big patronage by the U. S. court and a number of our Co. Long Cloths, &c, Ac. Ties nt 10c. and Mr. L. M. Held brought her home given him ovorywhuro citizens aro on the ragged edge of exbut here. and Hjut a few days with her. pectancy of losing their holdings. ReMiss Nkllik Mkrshon, daughter of The coldest wave of tho season ports from Knoxville, however, show A agent for the heir of Morgan Hud-todeceased, icill exHte for xale on John U. Morshou, of this place, lias swooped down on us Sunday, beginning that there Is not much reason for alarm been elected literary editor of the in a snow storm. It soon got loo cold as it is stated that the association will 3, 1897, monthly published by Caldwell High to snow and by yesterday morning the le able to payout after a longtime. On the premm's of the excellent farm confut.School scholars of Kichmnnd. mercury win ilow u to zero. The signal Some time ago .1. A. Mudd, who has 23 ing of Dlt.T. J. I'KU'K writes us to send his service saj it will continue cold Tues- shares that have cost him $1,H."1, defito Woodstock from McKinney. day with rising temperature in the imjK-ed to draw out, and so wrote to lnad 500 ACRES OF GOOD LAND ,Thiswlllbo news to the Melvlnnoy afternoon. An ice season is predicted. quarters. The reply that ho could tlo Lying about three mile Northeaxt ofLanca corresM)ndent who had his pajwrs improied and Widows. Since wo printed tho item so In April gave ground for suspicion, ter, Ky. The property ix wellContains Eight print that the doctor was dead. as tho association bound itself to well watered The Dwelling Tin: Hconomlcal Club" Is loud In its about Lawrenceburg having &'2 wid- let out shareholderson demand. Among large Room awl there arc all nccemiru praise of the delightful entertainment ows Mr. Jim Fd Bruce linds that Stan-- f the others who hold stock hero, wo Outbuilding, all of which are, in tplcndid repair. Four hundred arret of the laud are Is the certainty of fulfillment and luncheon at Mrs. J. W.'Huugh-man's- . ml sees her and goes two better, havIf the ame itmeaml place Gra ing fit. Ho also finds, ho says, about fiO learn from Collector A. A. Warren, in Blue sell The next meeting will bo of each and every one of them. When you leave we will more women who would doubtless bo are Dr. J. F. Peyton, $:.0; Dr. A.S. with Mrs. J. II. Haughman, Fob. I. your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranPrice, W00; Miss Knuna Warren, $75; THE PElSOHRL PROPERTY TllK Somerset Roiortor gots nick better olT If thoy wero widows. Strange W. 13. Melvlnnoy, 8i:0; W. A. Trlbblo, tee that you will have an accurate and reliable timenames mixed when it refers to W. II. na It may appear there are only llvo $150; Misses Alice and Mary Beazley, Belonging to taid estate. piece. Mtibon, candidate for apjwllnto clerk, n widowers in town and as their combinForfurtlwr information, addre $500, and J. B. Paxton $200. Should "Tub." Tho boys call him "Keg," ed nges aro 310, thoy could hardly bo tho parties hero desire Information as J! F HUDSON, Lancaster, Ky , or Did it ever occur to you that more are,, but 'Hogshead" would bettor suit his said to bo marriageable. II A HUDSON, Danville, Ky. ruined by incompetent workmen than by, 'actual wear? to tho standing of tho concern, Master-so- n size. Peyton, of tho law llrm of Ingersoll Taken to Rockcastle. Sheriff T. We have gained the reputation for miles around for K. H. Cai.dwkll has a Now York best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince Herald published the morning after thu D. Newland arrested William Clymor & Poyton, would bo a good man to SALE AND RENTING. with. assassination of Lincoln, which gives a on u warrant sent from Rockcastle you. full account of tho tragedy, and other charging him with assault and battery MATRIMONIAL. interesting events of tho closing scones on Andy Lowman and Deputy R. M. As comtnjitcc for Spencer Hubble, will Newland took him to Mt. Vernon Frion of tho civil war. Georgo Corzcllus, clerk at Hotel Mus. JknnieCakpkntkk and daugh- day. Clymor says that two years ago Glyhdon, and Miss Georgia, daughter 28, 1897, ter, of Hustonvillo, who have been the while at a dance at Lowman 'a house lie of Curtis Molierly, will bo wed WedOffer for i? on the farm lying on the Danguests of Dr. and Mrs. Donaldson, left struck tho latter with his list, nnd thut nesday In Richmond. ville it-- Lancrtter pike' at the llanginy Fork for North Middletown, whero Mm. Car- - since then they have made up and aro Henry Barbour, aged 80, and Miss bridge, lira mile from Hubble, Ky , the Dealers In- Mntor enters her daughter at college. now good frionds.wHo further says Martha Metcalf, 70, were married at property of said farm, to wit: All the farm- that tho Rockcastle shorllT, who saw Milford Center, O. They wero lovers ing tool constating of Tiro 2 Home 11 agon, - Lexington Herald. New Wheat Drill, Binder, Mower, Hau Hkv. W. S. Gkinstuad, Mrs. J. M. him frequently, made no attempt to ar- In Germany 00 years ago. Bake, a number of good Plow awl other Bryant and Miss Grace C'rinstead were rest him. Clymcr, who calls Highland Miss Leafy, tho beautiful daughter x arming Implements too numerou to mento attend his homo, Hpendsjmost of his time in called to Jessamine yesterday tion All the stock on farm consisting of of Col. and Mrs. Ion B. Null, of LouU-villtho funeral of Luther Turner, a broth- Rockcastle. Sec, will marry Mr. H. T. Shanks, of 2 Good Jacks, 2 and 4 Years Old, er of J. II. Turner, who married Mr. on tho 12th prox. No Ala., Young Jennets, Agents for (Jrlnstead's daughter. Deceased was ers ln Toiiac There aro threo farm- Montgomery, 4 Well-bre- d this county who will not likely Gen. Georgo F. Alford, of Dallas, It) and his death was very sudden. gowl Work Mule, one good Saddle raise tobacco this year. Thoy aro Texas, has tiled suit against his SPKAICINO of tho arrival of Judge Horse, a lot of Brooil Mares andyouwj horsWalker Rout, Richard Bibb and young Dr. Eumonson, for $20,000 es, a lot of Cows, young Cattle and Stock II. T. Noel and family to llvo thoro tho Iko Phillips. Tiiejllrst named for allenatinjr his wife's affec- - JIwis About 409 Barrels of Corn.some Bar shipped MIddlesboro Herald says: Thoy nro his crop to Louisvlllu and Opposite the Court-Housafter laying tions. ley, 20 iSfrtcivj nf Clover auk Timothy Hay. welcome to our city as much as they freight, warehouso charges, trill also Bent aliout 50 Acres of Corn company with $20,000 capital has J Ac, was A AQ aro, no doubt, missed In Lancaster 817 In debt, tho second took down of three been Incorporated ut San Francisco by Land, 70 Icrcuana .107tcat IaiwI, Acres of always resided. Thoy HERO Acres oj urass j.ana whero they have Meadow imwi THE hogsheads and got only $10.80 for tho men who expect to go to ono of tho fiitfflmiHiHBHflilllliiiiiiw aro tho kind of residents that aro a lot, from which amount ho had to do- - South Sea Islands and marry tho fe at the same time in pare Is or as a whole, on Thoroughbred Surocjerssy MSB HOBS, a credit of 12 months from Jan. 1, '07. it. ...ii. """' hiuimu..., imi'ii. tint, iinlv fur tlndi' duct his Term: All sums xtwler flO cash, orcr to Louisvillo, whilo male Inhabitants. respectability, but for their education 3ty Itwlers wero selected from tho best herds of that amount on three montfi' time with un and wife, of Thomas Robinson inn iiiiiiira oiiiiii ii if iii il iiui'niii-iii- i in A of this famous liiwl of swine in several .SUtos proved security without interest. und intelligence, rjilvmltd lot of pigs of dltforent agtis for sale. Urtxl as "lino na overgrow in tho county" will celebrate the 71st anni&tle to commence in Vie mornsng at 0 tows a ccialtv. Satlstuctlon guaranteed. and received a check for &'l. Numer- versary of their marriage this week. o'clock. solicited .Address WILLIAM HUBBLE, HOME NEWS, R. H. BRONAUGH, Com'tee Spencer Hubble ous other tobacco raisers in tho county The husband Ih 02 and tho wifo 87. Both Crab Orchard, Ky. ' are remarkubly well preserved. D, N. Prewitt, Auctioneer. 83 engraved visiting cards. I did almost as poorly. TRY Danks' Taick tlmt watch to Dunks. in IIkst furnituro and 'I i GIVEN': AWAY c rHPI! fllPP. Wf.ll n iflnPT A , m ) I y, larnPte s, Side-Hoard- , ac-c- i J. A. BEAZLEY Lancaster, Ky. I ' Is Your Eye Sight Faifino ? 1 ' Col-leg- o. Craig & Hooker's- s m , ed I.UI-Rati- Kim-la- l CRAIG66 HOCKER. Town Lots For Sale. A mmrMmmi FEW WORDS TO YOU. I I m m ii. - ,, Uuier e i- ' '"'''"'''f lirst-elas- i I a Cash Customers m e. FKRM FOR RENT mf&$immmMm 'ir'7 sawassr W. B. MoROBERTS. I I I m s Tuesday, i"i'e ri ; 2, CLOAKS! 1 - num-Ntoi- io -. 4 m-- ting-g- y -- 8 COso59gcxcJ peace-make- wag-ot- n: - m 1 REMNANTS I $ tA Table Linens Fine Garrard Farm. n, Wednesday, Feb. I & SOV.if-- r Back of IVIy Promises patches, . in com-munica- to I THOMAS DAITON. Thursday, Jany. B. K. WEAREN & SON -- e, m Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, son-in-la- dam-airo- s. Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. e. BUUe-GOA- -- ,,',,, m. ,......., Corres-Iiouden- A-- : ara,i.n m i.iwii. . ii i ... f ... I Hi THEINTERIOR JOURNAL SPAIN'S WEAK NATY. I Ivx'bllslio3.,ra.o3ia3rs an3.rri.4ayo $VJ 3-- FIVE GOOD AMERICAN BATTLESHIPS COULD DEFEAT IT. IlaTO PICK. YJC A.U IN" A.D VANCE. Tlio Dons When not so paid - S.CO will I charged. 1 They Aro l'oorly Manned Forrlgnpr ns EiiRlnpora and Their Interest In Their Work Small Spaniards Tour Marksmen. Mon learned in Iir Modern Vessels, nnd uaval matter;, who hnvo carefully inquired into thorolativo ctreugth of tbo American and Spfiuiah nnvica nnd who have at thoir dinposal tho latest insido information concerning LQCAIUIME CARD. K. C tho latter, believe- that with flvo of her : Ufa. m. nnd,relurns at Train leaves Stanford .it best battloflhips tho United States conld nt 4:30 p.m. whip tho colleotod navnl forco of Spain. K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. 5 Thi-- conolusion is reached after a careNo.24iTranliig N'orthi 12tJJP '" ful study of tho vessels of war that tho in "" Xo 20 " ." South' sorv-iclias in " I?pm Spanish government as couldactualgot ino No. 2. " IJMIpui ' bo " today and such No.lM " Kor alUPolnts. readiness for fighting within tho nonr futuro and by a study of tho porsonnol TlCKKTSJOLD. TllltOUUU IIACiUAOK CHLCKK.l) TIIUOUOH. of its navy and of its history both in times of peaco and war. Tor any Information enquire ol Tho only battloship in tho Spanish JOi: S. MCL, Agent, navy can in any way bo oomparod Stanford, Ky. to our Indiana or Massachusetts is tho Polayo. Sho was launched in 1887, and QUEEN2& CRESCENT. was recently thoroughly overhauled. TralntpasslJ unction City as follows: Sho was built on modern lines, and is 3 an p in No.!l South .....12 021 p m No. 2 North 3 15 a in really a powerful and effective- fighting " 4 " IJMWla in No. a "i" " maohiuo. Sho lins a fow defects, duo to No 5 "." :.'..U3lnm M' ... r:u(h in " 10 " v i uwain faulty design, chiof amoug which is her ... - .. "Wote N'os.i'iiandllu'run no further than Junc small coal supply. Sho can attain a tion City. Alltritns top tlicre. speed of 10 knots and steam 2,450 miles at a speed of 10 knots per hour. Her KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. battery consists of two 83 centimeter via or.oituKrmvN. caliber, 48 tons; two 28 centimeter calip. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. ber, 88 tons; ono 10 contimoter caliber, Bee. Somerset, Arr 2.W 2 30 " 12 O) ' Jet City twolvo 13 contimoter caliber, six quick G30 Arr curgetown, Lv 10 30 150 5 4 00 firo and twelvo machine guns. " CM ' I'r.uiWort, 7 35 9 19 Tho measurements of tho Polayo aro S 3ii Le 3M 5.lArr Paris as follows: Nino thousand nino hunDally except bunday o D hk.ucaw. o. r a. dred tons displacement, SQO feet in length, 00 foot in beam, horsepower, 8,000; belt armor, 174 inches; barbette armor, 10 inches. Tho other armored vessels now in sorvico in tho Spanish navy aro tho Oqnendo, tho Emperador CarEfl Eft xjic.'(r, les Y, tho Infauta Maria Theresa, tho tho Viscaya and tho Vito-riThe first and fifth named of thoso aro armored crnisors, which were launched in 1801. They aro practically twins, except that they differ immaterially us regards their batteries. Thoir measurements aro: Displacement, 7,000 tons; length, 340 feet; beam, 05 foot; draft, 21 feet 0 inches; horsepower, 13,000; speed, 20 knots; bolt armor, 12 inches; barbetto armor, 10J inches. Tho Infanta Maria Theresa is also a modern armored cruiser, which was launched a year oarlior than theso two, but has practicully tho samo dimensions, proAbsolutely Pure. tection and battery. Tho Emperador "Celebrated for ItSRreat leavonlns sireigthnnd Carlos V is an armored cruiser of 9,000 Assures th ) f.xid ngalnsi alum and liealthfiilncs tons, which was built in 1805. Hor nil funiH o( adulteration s common Infiethsap length is 380 feet, beam, 07 foot; draft, brands. Itov.u. IUkimi l'owi)r.nCo.,New York. 25 feet; horsepower, 18,600; belt armor, 13 inches; turret armor, 10 inches. Sho has about tho samo battery power m tho other crnisors mentioned. a is on old typo iron Tho monitor of little valuo, and tho Vitoria is a broadside ship, which wm built in 1805, and is now out of dato. Tho foroa of the Spanish navy is mado np of nine etoel, tbrco wooden and eight iroa cruiwrsof various sizes, largo WILL CURE and small, and three iron gun vessel t. Nono of them is particularly efficient or 'Scrofula, Salt Rheum, dangeront. There aro also 10 first olau Soros, Boils, Pustules, class Eczema, Tetter, torpedo boats, 8 second eorvice. ones and 11 torpedo gunboats in and all diseases of the blood and The Spanish government is doing everything in its power to strengthen ar Makes You Well. its navy. Six steamships of tho CamInJigestion, constipation and dys- pania Transatlautica wero recently suppepsia, kidney and liver disease plied with armament and equipped as yield to its curative powers and light cruisors, aud for thoir nso a monthly rental of $1 15,800 is paid. Tho Spanwhen cured it ish pcoplo havo been going down into their private treasurios to aid thoir Keeps You Well. bankrupt government. Tho Spaniards Sold in Lincoln county by of Mexico recently Kent homo f 225,000 for tho construction of two torpedo W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. boats of tho Temorario typo. Tho Span" Penny's Drug Store, iards residing in peroral South American Craig & Hocker, cities latoly raised a largo fund for a W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. similar purpose " In course of construction aro thrco F B Twidwcll, fino cruisers tho Cardinal Cisneros, the A. Hammond, Hubble. J. Catnluim and tho Princess d'Asturius. Tanner Bros? , McKinney. They build ships very slowly iu Spain. J F. Aletott, Powers. The uuarmored cruiser Heiua Mercedes Bfazley & Son. Crab Orchard. was 12 years on tho ways. The keels M Lfe Pipi-s- , Morelnnd. of tho thrco oruisers now in courso of construction wero laid iu 1887, and tho for Health, Yours work on them is proceeding nt n rato of James T. Cookk, of a ton bnt Harrodsburg, Ky. per day. In addition to this tho cost of construction is much greater than in most other couutries. OlNlOIML10MlOSfllS3 It is believed that tho new ornisers will not bo ready for service for many THE POPULAR years, but thoy will be powerful ves?ols liSM!lil!llillUI when completed. Thoy will bo sister ships, not differing in sizo Or armament. T"Thoy will liuvo a displacement of 0,048 beam, IMMOIMOMIMolNJOlNl tons; length, 347 feet 10 inches; horse01 feet; draft, 21 feet 10 inches; MOIMIOMIMIOIMOMIM power, 15,000; bolt armor, 12 inches; barbetto nrmor, 10J inches; speed, 20 knots. Thoir armamont will bo: Two 28 centimeter, ten 14 contimoter quick flro; two 7 ceutimoter quick firo; four 75 millimeter quick firo; four 87 millimeter quick firo; two machino stuns. Tho keol of a protected cruiser, tho Reina Kegentn, which will replace the vessel of the sumo lmmo which was recently lost at sea, has boon laid within the past few months. Sho will not bo finished for many years. The Numau-citi- , L MD) an old iron broadside ship intended for coast dofouse, is being converted into a modern armored cruiser, but will not (mm bo available for a very long timo. Another important addition to Spain's navy will bo three torpedo boats, on which work was commenced in 1894. Tho Furor and tho Terror, torpedo boat destroyers of tho most powerful M and efficient kind, uru ready for commission. They wero built in Thompson's yards at Glasgow, and two others FltANK J. REED, of tho same typo havo been ordered, but Clilcaco. are not yet completed. OINl G.l'.A.,II. UACON, E. Ono great weakness of this navy has IxmlavHIe. (DM INKS D.I. A., been proved to bo tho inefficiency of its engineering department. Tho eflJoiency of every modern war vessel depends to a very largo extent on the character of - j tht - C -- 1 CM - I 12 te Puig-Oerd- a, a. POWDER vesselx, 2 armed cruisers, 3 cruisers of tho first class 13 of tho second aud third Classen, 9 gunboats and 3 torpedo boats. Besides these, wo havo in oourso of construction 0 first class battleships, 1 coast defenso ship, 9 gunboats and 15 torpedo boats. A goodly proportion of theso new vessels could bo mado ready for servico within a year. Now York Evening Sun. DR. E. O. ZEMAGEN its engineer corps, for tho modorn war IN THIS VICINITY. vossol is practically n machine. In this At Stanford. regard Spain is wosfully deficient. Fully William Sly, aged 70, died at J ii. 'or no years and more s of ths junior ouginccrs and McNeil's near East Uernstadt. Dr. Zchageii has mado TjHBsJiJiJiJiJk. probably n liko proportion of tho firethe science ot Optics A littlo daughter of John Kolltuii!t exclusive profession an fJHss at men und coal hcavurs of her navy aro of lcxington, Ky , and for Boll county, was fatally burned. foreign born. They arc soldiers of for moro James A. Ballard, aged 7."), ono of tho made than n year has weekly tills to tuuo, tho riffraff of overy nation, mon Danville, Ky and when1 who havo nolovo for tho Hag that floats largest land owners in Mudixoii, died ho can Ui found every .Situnl.-iuntil f i,ut Dr. Hugte's ottire Ills above them, and tlicreforo havo littlu from ii paralytic stroke. there are Drs. Hogle, Marsh, Dunlap ami or no interest in th. ir work. ConseLtnney, daughtor of Senator references .should your ores burn or water, your Boryl lA'tehcr. quently tho boilers and tho ongincH aro E. V. Linuoy, of Louisville, died of tislon blur, have hcadaiue aud your glasses don't tall neglected and tbo countless mechan- pneumonia and was buried nt Harrods- suit you,who on tho only oxclusfte optician lu this succeeds when others fall- ijcnsca cctlon ground to suit the vision and frames accurately isms about tho ships not oared for ns in burg. madn to lit the face Will be nt tho ST. ASAPH other navies. Engineers who havo visitIIOTi:i. Parlors James l'ondergrast, ii white boy, wjih for a few weeks. nVKUY 1U1DAY t'ntll Nisui S'i ed tho cugiuo rooms of Spanish 11 havo been struck by this fact. More- sentenced to the penitentiary for over, tho truth is proved conclusively by years at Danville for killing a Negro SHELBY & SHELBY, tho work dono by ships built in England named Thomas. ..l'niprlctor killing Jim nnd manned by Spain. Vessels built in Jim White, charged with English yards and turned over to tho Doneghy New Year's day In Boyle, Spanish government havo bcon known was given two years In the penitentia- LIVERY.FEED&SALE STABLE to fall off in speed. Negroes. Junotion City, Another point of weakness is that tho ry. Both Turnouts, prompt attention, scry The Blue Grass Grocery Co. has navy is faulty iu its gunnery. Spaniards your imtronage is bought S. W. Hicks' stock and made resjiect fullyrates A ioriln of 18 solicited aro proverbially bad gunners, n fact business here. which is duo in part to lack of praotico him manager of their nnd in part to an inherent weakness. Somerset Hejwrter. Tho government has always been exLuther Turner, aged IU years, hon of ceedingly economical with its powder wealthy parents, of Jessamine, drank a IMD SHEET IKOS and shot in timo of ponce, and tho sail- quart of whisky and died In an hour, powors havo in consequence wasted its STANFORD, ICV., der aud shot in timo of war. Constitu- says n dispatch. wanted at London, for John Luttrell, Solo proprietor of Dean's Hlack Diamond llo( markstionally tho Spaniard is n bad Au- Paint. lMluiates jiimlshe.1 for painting wood, man, whether with a muskot or a mod- tho murder of George Baker, last metal and Iron roofs. .Sati.factlou guaninlieil. Alt gun. Ho has an inherited gust, was arrested at Bristol, Tenn., roofs lkilnte.1 with IVan's Hlack Diamond Paint ern ship's Cistern Puui warranted for years. Dealer In ability to miss a target. To overcome und Kentucky authorities notified. andUalvanlrcd Iron l'ilters, lia'vaninl and lllaik of Gov. Magof- Iron Itootlugof all kimU government has done nothheredity tho Tho Kentucky heirs ing. It sailors havo had littlo practice fin's estate have been notified of the at firing at aud hitting targots. In ! finding of deeds tojproporty in Chicago n dozen iucidonts can bo found which belonged to Magoffin. Among All jwrsom dclrlng ls:ut Potts f.ir plank fence, whero Spaniards havo gouo into action Tucker, of Danrailing or wire feucu can find wtat they with splendid ships and fought with tho heirs are Mrs. D.C. of Harrodsburg. ltt and my itoro near Cedar Creek, on tho plko want at ville, and Kb. Magollln, leading from Crab On. turd lo Stanfonl I ali tho greatest bravery, und yet lost, fur fvueluc. All A mosaic memorial window has Iwen keep on band a supply of plank their shells weut overywhero but klmlsoflumlier far bnllillnz pursw; also Isisnls desiring any artlrlo of wall of the Chris- and shingles. All through tho enemy's timbers. placed in tho front my store nenrCedar this kind "Tho Spanish sailors aro brave, "n tian church by Capt. l B. Thompson creek. can call on me at i w. MNtii.irro.s. w ofilcor who knows them said re- in honor of Mrs. Martha Thomp.-on-. naval It cently. "Thoy fear death no moro than contains an ulmost perfect likeness of NOEL & Britons, Frenchmen or Americans. They woman. Harrodsburg Demowill fight with tho greatest pluck, aud the good IN yet they'll loso simply because of dis- crat. was wrecked by No.:i on the Q. cipline. The Spanish ships today arc Near ltallroail ending, list of lHqit, badly handled. There is not ono of them running Into u rock near Nemo. Tho but what would bo moro eflloiont if off- engine went down an embankment and Stanford; - - Kentucky. icered and manned by men of any other Engineer Fowler and Fireman D. B. i..l, clean and cheap Corn and Hay taken In European nation." were fatnlly hurt. exchange Come aud msj us. CI rk, oi Such ia tho naval power of tho nation ha since died. No one else with which wo aro likely to bo embroil- The latter was hurt though the express and bagTO ed at any time. Compared with the United States, it is weak in battleships gage cars were badly wrecked. ON IMPItUVCD I'AHMS nnd cruisers and strong iu its forco of liucklins Aruicti tiahr. animal In l.lnisiln comity, Ky , at lrceiit. torpedo bouts aud torpedo boat destroy w,,r1,1 f"r cuM" ,,n',K' In The tot Interest, no commlwl.m fhar.sl Add r cm IiIO t tetter, crs. To confront it wo would havo to- sorrs. ulT..alsalt rheum. fer W. DA"i. Ibwm 17. Krityotihiiildiiitf, UHiuvllle, hand., ihllblalns. corns and all sk.liieruptl.iiis. Ky l'or blank aiiplt.aiioits aud loriher infurnta day 3 battleships of tho first aud 2 of It ixwltltely euros piles or noiwy rr.ulni. " lion, Inquire of J N. hauulers, Mlornsy, tho second class, 0 armored coast iruira.l!.fd to Rite lrfwl saU.iacll.in r luuiieT 11. Ky, I or sulo by w lix. two-third- GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Suiierlnleinleiit of Public School: of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Deiu 1 II oirailc party. - J. F. Jct HOLWASI Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub to the action of tho democrat lo party. 1 SAMUEL M. OWENS I candidate for sherlirnf Lincoln oimity, subject to theactloii ofthe democHlIc party. - men-of-w- EMMETT McCORiUACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of the denioorallo party, iour upirt Ismniestly solliltcl, 31. P. ELKIN ono-ha- lf ject to the action ofthe democratic urtv. Is a candidate for Assciwir of Lincoln county, sub- Kirst-Clas- s JOE T. EMHRV I J. X.Jones, l- Jut to the action earnestly asks your a candidate for Assessor o( Llticolu county, ub of tho democratic party and uiirt. C. G. BAKER slice of the pie, he asks your support. cl Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county. Thinkto the action of llieileinocrallc county Is entltle.1 loa ing thes.iuthcrn end of the lrty WILLIAM MORELAND Is a candidate for Aswsornf Lincoln, ubiptt to the action of the democratic lty. He kludly asks il-tf his-ror- y NOTICE jour supi-it- t. SAM W. MKNEFEE Is a candidate for;Sheriff of Lincoln isiunty, t to the action ol the dtiuocrallc Jrty. sub-Jo- e SON, COHL, DEHLERS COAL I Tails HraiieU C.-- il and will l am still Agent keep a supply of all klli.lt ufOal, ft you ran gel prlss lor Mich as toti want at Cash. Ollleo on Mill street and lUllroud ttvsslng , ,. . . PIilte Itoller Mills . fr tholoet itMe 3 a ii ins. i. ...., JOIl.t II. I stl.t.XAN. A. i. LlMltM !. MONEY LOAN h-- INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVEKl'OOL. chap-i-- Jtlan-lor- o MeltoU-rts- , lrlt lnifl;lt. s Ir COOKES A RAILROAD NURSERY. Puig-Cerd- S4RSAPARILLA Proposal to Havo Ono to Accommodate Ilablei on a Limited Express. It is proposed to inoreaso tho comforts and conveniences of tho Pennsylvania limited express by introducing a nurs-orin ono of tho cars for tho accommodation of babies and littlo children who travol by that train. An apartment about twico tho siz-- of n drawing room will bo arranged, with padded walls, so that tho littlo ones may not bo bumped and bruised by the motion of the car, and fitted up with tiny bunks for them to uso when sleeping aud tiny chairs, hassocks and ottomans during their wnking hours. Thoro will bo a epilation of toys and picture books, supplies of milk, biscuits, cookies and other edibles and drinkas bles that aro craved by tho infant nnd a medicino chest containing an assortment of simplo remedies known to every mother. Tho nursery will bo in chargo of a trained nurse, selected with spocial reference to her ability to nmuso nnd care for tho little ones. There will bo no extra chargo for tho uso of the room, although no child or infant will bo taken upon tho train without a full fare ticket. Chicugo ltecord. y Something to Dtind on. Mr James Jont-9- , of the dniK firm of June A Sm of r Mn Onwdeii, 111, In corery, says that last Inter his wila as attaclrd I - with l.a l.rippe. and her raw Itrew mi serious hat Physicians it Cowden and I'ana could do uvtnlni: deu-loInto hasty consumpto It .ir her store, tion. IUtIiik- - lr. Kings New lUscmrry lu and to p of Wwl Uncdn Offers his servlrcs to tho homi. and selllnc l't "tH. ha t'W a from tirtt and Owy csnintles. I'ull stuck of CtHitsaud to get tho surprise of sll she el;n sound nt it hand. ilow.mdhalf dozen Utiles curedl.irherlllnllllllttlOII. .. ..- D. .S. Carpenter. Manager. lll.a.rv well. IT. IY1UK ..ow guaranteed to ;lo .V,Is In Coughs and lulds is -worn iryu. rrru " cru' Drug Store .,-a- J. T. SUTTOINT. Undertukor, Ba&BEES. CnSTLEHUN. MsNAtiLltS, '" '' Hustonville, Building, Louisville. Kontucky. Oonimcrco AgrliUTliroughout theulh. n W. A. Stanfokd, TBZBBLiC, Kkntuckv. 1J' Ucal Agent, .'.r-m-..- - " g.l Old People. lieople who require medicine to rrgulato the Old In Iwwelsand klduej. will And the truo reiue-lKlectru Hitters. fhlsliie.lUluedoesn.it tlmulate ami contains no whiskey nor other Intoxicant, but he ads as a tonic and alUratlvc It acts mlldlr on ng fenKth and gir the. stomach and bowels, ad.ling n organs, thereby aiding tone to ttie perform ance ot the Junctions. l.ltrlc II tiers ts an excellent appctlter and aids digestion. Old peoplo tiud It Jiut exactly what thoy need . H Mcllobcrs ceiib. and'si.W per botlbjut Iirtig More. D. S. CARPENTER, first-cla- cut under ihelt 11, very line surrey. Tbe lluggles aare Uirv'sln, csll tons In every nwpect. If you want utoncuand msi thebllliand get )oua vehicle thai will give you satlsfactluu turn D S CAIUT.NTr.ll licciiuiiy, Will sell at cost two Huggles. one Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OK STAN'riMD, KY, Fall up CapiUl, Surplus, - - $200,000 00 17,C03 SO 1" DR. W. B. TEJZTSCSr, GSSSrwr!) OcntlHt, : It has been decided to hold tho next encampment of the G. A. B. nt Lexington in May. James Tackett, who died In Letcher county, left 21 children and 140 grandchildren. A Cure Stanford, t Ky appo-tite- (or Lame Hack. rrOtncoon IJiiratter street at Itasldeuce Hy provlilon of Its charter, depltors are a fully protected as rcde.r.llors In National lUnks, to lis shareholders twin held Individually liable at the extent of the amount of their slock llierrin In. the r value thereof, lu addition to theamount It may act as eecuU.r, vestcl In such shan at fully as an Individual, Tendering our thanks to IIksw who havetiitruit we trust they will continue sl their business to us. to do so, and we offer as a guarantee for prompt at ' lu banntrillion to same our V) years' as are consistent ing and as lllieral aiwiouio-latloiitanking. with sound etH.-rleos PIIICTORS. "My daightir when recoTcrlng from an attack of fever, was a great sulfcrer from --un In the back irotcr.ul Ssanlls. Ny ami hliri," wrllos "After using quite a uuuiU-- of remedies withouts any hemifU she tried one Iwttlcof Chaiiiberlalu s Cham-Iwrlalu'IVIn Halm mid It has glten entire relief. certain euro for rheu-iiiutii1'alii Halm .Ndd by I'ralg A llockvr, Druggists EARN MONEY. wauls good reliable agents' to can A vurv van for MilKcriptions. good rnlo of chIi coiiiinlvMon will bo given, or bicycle premiums if preferred All umteri.il and sain pjo copies furnished free. Apply lsala The NB'KKLL MAGAZINE J. J. Wllllaml. Mt. Vernon; Prrachersvlllej W. II. Cummins, J. II. wly, J. S Owsley, Sr., S II. Shanks, William ljch, J. K Cash, S J. lliubry, A. N. Cari.nter, .1. K. I. mi. J. N. Menefee. orricaas. W. M. A AVnr Anthem. 1 eighty-eight-hundredt- mm M s T !,t- - War would unite this people. It would chaso away tho vapors of discontent. It would exalt patriotism. It would burn away tho cancerous tissues Person who are troubled with Indigestion will con II Ixi interested lu the of anarchy that thrcaton to extend deep- chitftlerk lu railway exierlemt) ofat in. Moines, les mall service Minri-fy- , me pleasure lo lestli) er into the body politic. It would Jowa. who writes. It gltes Colic Iholcra and but it would heal. Iu tho end we to tho merits of Chamberlain'syear I 'havo suHertil r two lUrruhoca Itemed)hushould bo better off. We should feel with Indigestion and am subject to frequent attaiks the slomach manity had not been crushed by our or pain inremedy never and Ixmels. One or two do. falls to give perfect relief. esorthls permission. War would stimulate art, Price 2b and "c Sxdd by Ciaig A llixker poetry, music, manufactures, Wo should trado, civilization. cninn through it rejuveuutcd and reha! bilitated in tho glory of a uoblo enterprise, for wo should havo helped to I will oiler at private sale my IIoum. and Ut on with he strike tho shackles from tho wrists of Mainchurch occupying the square from now Chrisuntil in Maiilord, Ky, tian man. Chicago Journal. Comity Court day, and If not sold March Mb, s. Th pr.sr.wlTe Isdles of Westcrrleld. In.l , . a "Woman's ljlltlon" of the Wostortleld Is Nes with filled JM. The ing date of April matter, of Interest to women and we noi u tne ..I whlih tho iHlit.irj lowing from a isirresimtnleiit printed realising that It tre.il;i-)i-I i a nutter ul for he Wit remedy sex. their roup t olds and Hrom bills l.s: Ihare I n able or famto lind is t hambcrlaln's Cough ltemtdy. ily mm It has no t.ii.d. 1 gladly rcn.iiiciid It Ji and 30c bolllM for sale by trulg A Ilocker Drug-glitpa-cr 1 S. II. Shanks. President: J II. Owsley, Cashier, llrlght, Teller at once. The Nickel. Magazine, ISO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANVOItD, KY. si. lloxton, Mass, 'rVIC12-A-VlEl- K Summer Street, Capital 6te:k 5100,000. Surplus $15,750. Attention ot the public Is called to Ilia fact that this Is tho only National Hank iu Stanford. Ill-le- r tho prot Moiis ot the. National Hank Art ileisfllors aru secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stm kholders' liability for an amfctiiil of this Instituequal tu the stink, so that tion arc secured by a fund ol !Jlts.U'. I Ive sworn statements of the condition ot the Hank are maile year to the I nltcd Stales liotenimcut and Its awets aro eiamliiHl at stated times by Koteriimcnt agents, thus securing additional and (rrfect talety - I COURIER SI3MI-WIS15IC1- W dOURNL And drlior llriy-fe'ls- ts coni-merc- o, for sale: "BIG. 4" itoirn:. The Hcst l.lue to und Krom All Points - INTERIORdOURNAL FOR ONLY Twlce-a-wcck Courier-Journal- tiiiltiaH.ltin. Thl.lnsiiiiitlou, originally established at tho riirgaul7el II $2.50. IN10IMM0MOIM ASM 01MIMOM0MMAVE) SMBINIM OiMMO 1? 000 f YV i. M0M0lJ BIM0NlvC)iM0 0 OKI IP mMMMMM MM mm What I'osturity May See. New York state has ono elephant on its hands that seems to grow moro burdensome tho older ho gets. It is tho capitol building at Albany. It is now stated that the1 building cnu bo completed next year if another million dollars is appropriated. At this estimato the total cost of tho structure will bo over $21,000,000. Perhaps tho grandchildren tif some of tho men who were living when tho building was started may livo to sea it finished. Baltimore American. Tho Genorul Understanding. It is pretty generally understood by thoso who havo talked with Major that it will bo his policy to permit efficient offioinls appointed by Mr. Cleveland to serve out their full terms. Mr. Cleveland followed out this policy, and it is ouo which commends itself to the good sense of tho peoplo. Sioux City Journal. Mc-Kinle- We have mado u special clubbing arrangement , will then self to tho highest bidder on the and w 111 premises, .Said property Is ono of the licit built, with tho paiera'jd ours for the prnsi nuiiied to all that tllKKLTOKS. arrang.-properl lea In thu sendsiilasrlliers lwsiMiiiitcdun.ll.esl who will renew and puy In adtauce, our J " HCOIII.S, J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; IVItelii, Lincoln or to all new siilmcrlbeni who will pay In ii.lranre. S. T Harris, " Co.; Ky. Stanford, n. II. lUiighuiaii, " sent free on Sample copies of Courier-Journa- l .1 T V. Hill. S. Hocker, ' " t McKinney. W. A. Trlbble, to K. - Tanner, All aiiliscrlpllons under this offer mult lo M. J. Miller, MtAeriiou. W, V. WALTON, Manlont. J.H. C'olller.Crab Orch'd; M, D. Kltuore, Munford. h'l-t- the National Hank of Stanford lu IMVk audagaln as the I'lrtt National Hank of Stanford lu los'-f- , has had practically an uninterrupted exist, nice for :fi years. It It better supplied now with lai illtres for transacting business promptly and liberally than over before In Its long and hoiiurahla career. Accounts of Individuals, flducJarlcr, linns ami individuals solliltel. Hank of Stanfonl lu ItCls, then risirgauUetl as orriCRHS. Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Property in the licit oi" Companies. I. S. lliK-ker- , A President, J J Mcltolierts, Cashier; McKinney, Assistant Cashier. BO YEARS yO LEDO A.NInID 0 1ST RO IT Michigan.CHICAGO. "White City SjiccIjI." llesl'lermlnal Matloii. 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