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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897012901 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. .3JKMFfcK"- - JZJZ V SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV. IN THIS VICINITY. MT. VERNON, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1897. NO. 8.5 Middleburq, Casey Co, LANCASTER. t( 'Hie zero weather is tho thome of 1 .1. W. MeWhortor running his saw .1. T. Liuvillo bus been appointed Court day, lust Monday, was a cold, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. is MANAGER. postmaster at Tiirroll, Madison county. conversation. mill regularly now and is turning out a tame affair and but little business was citiThe Haptist church will be dedica- quantity of merchantable lumber. Jesse Nowby, one of the oldest transacted. INTERIOR JOURNAL BUILDING: zens in Madison oounly, In duud at tho ted Sunday. Fob. 7. Eldor George W. Gowon's subject at Jacob Wall, of tho Mt. Saluin neighHarris White was out with his sleigh borhood, has sold his farm to J. II. tho Christian church Sunday tit 11 A. PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR ago of 80. No. Situated Jnt nuttldoof Ity limits on a SALE. splendid turnpike ami twtween town and Two mon In Madison county paytax-c- . minus sleigh bells, Wednesday. Thomas for J(i00 and will move to Illi- M. will bo "God's Uses For'lJaptism." 'plemlld duelling liarn mid all ncetmary outbuild farm Nn Lincoln Ky Miss I Jessie Miller visited Miss Hva nois to make his future homo. on over ilOO.OOO of property. Thoy The zero weather is still on and a iicnr lix l!lw, Slluutnl In BIO aero, miinty, line,, iiiK, ample, water for liotli domcMlr and stock (inituiiiliiK witlin , Till farm i all under pmkI fencoand in a latye lirk dwelling, two (fiKxl ImriM, all nwcrvMry last weok. P.Chonuult. Martin, of are John 13. Hanls and T. Mr. and Mrs. Mel). Jones gave a lit- snow has fallen, which will protect tho outlmlliliiiKi, all iinilcr K'xxl fi'iirej line ortli.inl qiiaN of IiIrIi state of cultlv.ilioii, In fact It producing counA number of students of tho Institute tle folks Itionru firt claxsand xecoinl to none In the. !VK) Irws tuailo from n careful ntid printout of MlsM Sophronlsbu - Pictures party at their homo Saturday wheat and make the sleigh bells jingle. nliout of .Killiimlcl Aariotlc. 'llilfirm Nina ty; In addition to this it is contiguous to the city, In a costume buttor will apply for teachers' eortillcates In night, when quite a number of little Judge Totten sent George McCarley IiIkIi ftatc ofcullh itloiinml will prtMliico In (iiiall- which lin hlcMllitf in the way of MngchrH; to Iho line educational and religious larilltle. Price lilted foru little girl than an austere .Illlll!. tots were present and report a jolly to jail for six hours for refusing to tell ty urn! aiantity Hut ii any farm In Lincoln half cash, balance, in and 2 ycari. ty rrico 10 ior uirv. term emy. Mr. H. II. .loplln returned Saturday time. lawyer. where he got whisky, when no one was No. C. Contains 107 acre, 4 iiiilen from Crab OrIn Lincoln Tho judgmunt of tho Giirnml circuit rom a visit to Livingston, accompaNotwithstanding it is thought that on trial for furnishing it to him. How No. 2. Mtiiatcl well Improwwl county, Ky., fence, chard; 00 aens of line river bottom, whirh Is now all Jimlcr well watered, line tocly n tlmli.r, 7" acre of rhcr set in clover and timothy, some tlnilier and under of Arnold vs. Hubble, nied by Ills slstur, Miss Ella. court In the cum? the school per capita will be a few cents many inquisitorial tribunals aits we en- Ixittoiii, in fine condition for any kind offariiiiiiK Rood fence, moderate Improvements and never The Salamaguiiill will lie ontertaln-o- b worse than nothing this ye.ir, teachers titled to ? bottom land city attorney of Lancaster, ban lwen ht iirodiuu Price $IH ix?r acre, ca.li in ncre.water. The whole farm is well worth Price for cash, $,(, at the next meeting by that charm have already began prospecting for pobalance in and 2 years. alHmied by tho court of appeals. George Lasure was lined M0 and luml, Irilancu in ami 2 year. ing hostess, Mrs. It. L. Thompson. Tho sitions. No H. acre. No. 7. NearCrahOrehard, Charley Hall, n Mlddlesboro costs on Wednesday for committing a eTCflllPIlt Contains IV)nllttln ctcvmI Itiinmrvmnnt. containing IVi acres, IlIlM Afr. fino ..r..u'.i Il4r.l ...vu InMlInn wen .tf. . . .. in..llwM a Houston, i'M) club increases in interest and numguvo bin brother, It seems Unit tho republicans of this urettCIl OI Iuace, in Hie !KUce COUrt ' )rT,Y lrwincue, about 3 mll fnm Stanlonl. ted improveii in every particular ami icely loca- Price SIS per acre; terms liberal. I riic ' (nJ ' to dimwit in bank, but he lit out with bers. on end of the county want all of tho ednesday, Jim Scott and Nannie No. 28. Contains 4oi) seres, line brick We omitted the name of Mrs. Willis .vilii;aJt;LI.'.'i'An.?"1". it and lias not since, been hoard of. Wo have in this precinct a candi- Ballard were lined $20 each, on aL?-4":,ntX a,,l!. 0''aIns dwelling with 3 rooms, splendid barn and all volumes of never failing water together " Adams, of Garrard, when mentioning date forjudge, one for county clcrk,one charge of fornication :tl torn, with Fplvndlil liiiiirovciiiciitn, all under Rood with a noil that will give satisfaction In tho yieldDr. Ulnohart, f Sprlngllold, ' .,.. fence lilcntv of or filllnr. .! .m ing of any kind of farm products, situated on good tho c.H)i'iiuunt of raising a prem- the children of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. lin- for circuit clerk, three for assessor, one The city council lUCt Tuesday lltld ' tltice tim henm. tint ... ....v.-.. tobacco ami mm. -Prlco trim. pike, clne to school and thurch. Price SI8 wr an incubator. ker. Their grauibuliildren number for sheritr and it Is reported that Jim voted to advertise for bids to furnish .i rum c.ny. child in aturely-born acre; easy terms. lii-lu l The infant is 10 days old and in grow- - fit). Kits, colored, will soon announce him .111.(1 .W. V..V Vllji 'Pl.Iu An .it Land .wwa.v llirlitw fn. 111.. ..!(! LSI. Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Fur- Alimwt a your has elup-esince the self for jailer. I n jr. move in tlte right direction and those nMicd, Items Collected. W lite to J. II. SOWDKIt, Stanford, Ky. Twelve lots at Klchinond that cost mysterious disappearance of Willie W. T. Durham returned from New who have been in darkness so long ex- -' boom McClurj. No duo ns to hid wherea- York Sunday, whither he had been to claim with one voice, the owner $100 each during tho "Let there be times hold at auction Monday for 4tMJI. bouts has buen obtained, although his soil staves and report thedullesttimes light." SH- ''A&yjdi&'jfiifrfei'jsi'j'jtei. A protracted meeting will be held Conllduneo and prosperity evidently father Iim Hdvertiood and in urwry way ho over saw. Mr. Durham is u repubeudettvoti'd to find him. lican and was very loud In his prophe at the new Methodist church, beginliavon't reached Hlohmond, Mr. Stokes, the ciml man who sup- sies of tho wonderful times that were ning next week. No people are more supt. Seott, of the Lexington Luna tic Asylum, admits that lie. put Mltw plier our town with coul from his own to follow tho election of McKinley, but devout and no church has done more .Sarah Cecil in a straight jacket, when coal bank, will make It prove a gold it seems that his fondest hopes, If ho good than tviat. They do not thank 1IY she bocatuu uumanaguablu, jut as ho min' If this weather continues. In ever had any. are not being realized by (Sod that they are not like other peo- would any other patient under similar fnct veins of some kind of heavy ore a long shot. The big blows about the pie, nor do thoy abuse a sinner for what j are occasionally struck by the coal restoration of confidence and the big he has done. (irciinittuueos. We were told by thu republicans that Wo have a large specimen prices of mules, &c, were vote catchIn thu Madison circuit court Richard digger. eonildenco would bo restored and times S. KIceVned Z.T. Hlco, Sr., his broth-i- r, of it on hand now. ers that wont catch in tho future. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. for dituingiM to tint amount of 41,000. Tho contest between some half dozen would be bettor if McKinley should be Some time ago Z. T. Rico, Sr., had a HoiibtMi Mullius died of measles la- -t young lady pupils of Junto Wit-.Insti- elected. This occurred and yet banks lunacy warrant indued against bin Monday. She wns a mo-- t wliioome lit- tute for a medal to be given by l'rof. are breaking and times are no better. tle glti, the pel of the household and Ford will take place at the Haptist Tho-- o who are out want to get in the brother, but for some reason the Now thu brother the family is stricken with grief over church here Saturday night, Jan. .'tOth, public crib and thut is all politics has win not implied. crn en damage. Tho jury In the ens the loss of their darling. A large num- Instead of Friday night. I'rofs. J. H. to do with the prosperity of a Nation, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, ber of friend- - attended the burial near Uucker, of Georgetown, and W. C. John (3. IX ty, son of Capt. John Dofailed to agree. Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. The landholders of tho Richmond, the I 'resby terian church. Grinstoud. of Danville, and Hon. G. E. ty, atul Miss Mary Doores were marThe Itrudiey Martin Iwll which is to Stone, of Liberty, will comiioso a com ried in this city on Wednesday. Hev. Room Opposite Court-Mou- se Square, Stanford, Ky. Niohohisvlllo .V Irvine rallroud will by co- -t 42.V 1,000 ceeni- to have invoked the mittee to decide the contest mid award I'. II. Campbell olllciating. They left probably lice their entire lioldiilK the reorganiwition of the Monon, which wntth of the clet'icy uKin the head of the pri.o. After the contest is over at once for Searcy, Ark., where thcyi hat been 01 derail to Ihi Mild. It wan the millionaire. If a few more of the the ladies' Hid society will give a sup-I- will make their future home. They landed for 41,000,000, and tho bonds wealthy would thus unlock thelroolTer the proceeds of which will be used leavoinauy friends in this county. Sheriff Hobinson arrested Jim audi were indorsed by tho Motion. No In- - and dlslmrse the money to trudetunen. In purcha-in- g a carpet and a communteiv.it has iHMin paid since I6ii. Haifa IbirUts and all who must help to make ion set for tho Haptist church. We are Tom Story on a charge of stealing r million of the bonds arc hold in Louis- a Miccoe of such occasions It would be requested to oxtond a general invita- turkeys. They are in jail awaiting an m better for thu starving Mor. ville. tion to uvorylody to attend, as the big- examining trial. Humor says that Tho charade party mot with Mm. C gest tlmo ever in Middleburg is prom- they are guilty, but there ure many At Montieello the property of the graver olTenses than the charge which Kentucky Consolidated Oil and (Ian C. Williams hint Tuusihiy evening, all ised. E3 Senator J. C. Lay is making an activo they, are called to answer, especially if Company was sold at public auction to report it pleasant timtOMr. C. A. MorC. White and rison Is at Altumunt on business. Miss canvass for the republican nomination tho fowls were in good condition. K. I. Sajre, Goorgo Tho withdrawal value of stock held JA William Tarr. of Central Kontucky, Herda Martin visited frittuds hero hut for superintendent of schools. It. S. at r for f 10,(HK). Tho purchasers own 4.'IV week. Mr. Andrew Gentry has taken Hector, who was defeated by J. W. hero in tho Southern Building & Loan rooms in the Smith property. Little Hosklus for tho same otllco, is also a Association, of Knoxville, amounts to 000 out of the JJiW.OiH) londed Indebtedness. This brings tho totl cost of tho l L. Thompson and Cora Grillln are candidate, but it is plain that Lay has i",000. Some stockholders! believe that a suro thing of it this time. Miss Liz- tho amount will bo paid if tho assets Wo solicit a share of your patronage. Give us a call JA' property to it present owners up to sulTering with measles. ::-zie Foglo. a young lady nltout whom uro properly managed and thoy opjws-e- d '& $18,000. naught but good can lie said, is an inLIBERTY. & the appointment of a receiver; but Vt m dependent candidate nud wo finr ly tho basis, upon which such associations WAYNESBURG, There are several contestant for tho And Infant and Invalid Foods. Fresh stock always on hand that somebody Is going to bo woe aro founded, gives no security to the :3S ft and the race Is getting inWinter has come in earnest. teresting. Among the numlier is our fully surprised when tho final count is stockholders and exacts and exorbitant 'Horn, to tho wife of I). W. Caldwell, old R?l m frloud, M. K. Humphrey, whom we made. Miss Lizzie is a most worthy rate of interest. i on the Will, a Ilrynn democrat. He would us soon young lady, well qualified for tho olllco W. M. Kirby, who was sheriff of this u see hold down tho doing nicely. and his mother are as any one and from Information she seeks, and if tho people are look- county some years ago, and who has Mr. Stephen II. Gooch asks us to say ho seems to bo in ing for a deserving person in whom to been in bad health for some time, died the lead. that ho has a gOixl top buggy, except County court as a general thing does entrust the educational iutcrost of the at ills home Wednesday morningintho that the dash board Is a little disfig- not. .iniNii inuih ix.!it.im.uii. '"" ""i o inan 10 i.th year of his ago. Funeral services I.II..H.IV. ' ured, which ho wants to loan. vote for Miss Lizzie. (Thursday) at i f.. i.,.t m at tho residence i.... k i....... Wo hojiutho neighbors will kill some years in tho way of crowds 1. M., after which tho remains will lie as all juris KKO.M ANOTIIKlt COKKFSI'ONDKNT. rabbit and tako to Mr. L. G. CJooch of the county was heavily represented Tho roiiort in tho LVTKlliou Jouit- - interred in Lancaster cemetery. while tho snow lasts, so that his family by During the year just closed we have tried hard to serve you well a member of tho Presbyteits citizens, who spent the day lis- - nal some time ago that a Mr. Brown, may have ti few messes of meat. "Good Goods at Low Prices," toning to tho oratory as it jsjured forth brother-in-laof Mr. G. W. Drye, of rian church and was a Federal soldier, and we believe we have succeeded, Mrs, Harriott Hamilton, Mr. and from tho lips of tho.'.'I candidates that this place, had skipped with 7,000 of having enlisted in Col. John K. Faulk- is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword. For your Mrs. II. W. Caldwell uro convalescing wore proMjnt and who.u claims will bo Mr. Drye's money, is untrue. Mr. Dryo ner's regiment when the late war bc- - patronage in 1896 we are very thankful and promise you to do all in severe cases of grip. Tho daughafter L'un. Ho leaves a widow, formerly sattled March (J. ter of Mr. W. D. Johnson who has been A subscription school is in session showed your correspondent a letter Mhss.Murln Kinnaird, and two .sons, power to merit a continuance of it during the year just begun . Our saying that Mr. Brown was still there very low, is a little bettor at this wrihero under the supervision of Mrs. and that the report had gained ground John and Kirk, the hitter now iwsidinjrl' .stock of ting. in Texas. Hu curried $7,000 iiisunmeo ; Hortman, at which wo are in- from a misapprehension. n t J They say that Squire Kaulkner is formed about 'A) pupils t;, uuuus, in the JKtnu Life Insurance Co. are in attend very hard to purchase tho p.iss trying IvlNOSViu.K.-ThMisses l'enny-luekce anco and tiie school gives entire sat SHOES, &c. , was nevermore complete and our prices are in which M.(5. Reynolds holds over tho MATRIMONIAL. returned on Sunday from a two isfaction to all. The citizens aro awak with the hard times. Highland & Wayno&burg piko and wo oning to some extent in regard to edu- - w"' visit to Sliakortown, Harrods- Mrs. Luvinia Davis, whose husband also hoard that the Squire was troubled oution and it is hoped that the county burg and Junction City. They report was killed by Little Phil Thompson, with an ollloial bee In his bonnet at se.it will make some improvement in having hud a splendid time. Thoy are s dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel when you come "Get a times. too modest to tell tho number of their was married at Atlanta to J. D.Grover, tho way of school buildings. son of Grover. Both o town. Special dinners on courts and public days. Mr. .las. P. Gooch, who has been liv Having a curiosity to know the sen- conquests, but their works will follow live in Georgetown. ing in Texas for 20 years, and who re timent of tho Casoy county people on them. Mr. Tiwo Waters is still with Two Iowa lovers have just been marturned from that State a short timu the subject of free turnpikes we ques- us but is talking strongly of going to ried after 40 years of uninterrupted ago to visit his children, of whom tioned well poated men from d liferent Mexico to engage in railroading. MexMr. L. G. ,Gooch is one, is paying avis-i- t sections of the county in regard to it ican dollars, ho says, aro good enough courtship. Some men when they have a good thing have no better judgment to his former wlfo,who is living with and from tho result it is clear that the for him. Mrs. Jas. Hoy is visiting Mi&s her daughter, Mrs. Marshall Morgan, voters would decide In favor of tho White in Lexington. Both were taken than to go out looking for trouble. Two brothers by the name of Dollars Kvu Caldwell opened her school 'Alt." should they havo a chance at sick soon after their arrival in Loxing- married two sisters by the name of hero Monday and we hopo she may the polls, whieh I think they will do ot,.tonantl conllnwl to their beds. Tho ' Literary Club is btill Nichols in Oklahoma tho other day. have unbounded success. Miss Ora us he circulated in time Just received 10 cars of all grades Jof coal and wo aro selling at tho is of tho instances where if Williams has also begun a school at to cause a vote at the nu.t November llourlshlnjr. Mr. Crelffhtoii'n unique This ono rate of a car n day. Plnce youi order now and the Dol' position as tho only mule mumiier of tho Nichols are taken care of the Ellison and every parent should see to ulection. of themselves. will tako care I had tho pleasuro of oxchtuitfino; tho club is still exciting tho envy of lars I It that his children do not loo a day 'II tchojl. Talking about schools compliments with that venerable old tho younger mon of our town. Tho Glasgow Times. from A sensation was caused at Lexington reminds mo of wJuit my good friend, man and excellent pen pusher, Uncle ' sick hero and hereabouts uro slowly v when it became known that J. Walter ,r.V Tarrant, who informed 1110 lie covering. Dr. Thompson, our physi-lui- d Mr. Goode. at Hubanks, said . to mo in - Wj Wont bother you, Priceh and quality guaranteed. just finished a school on Casey ' oiun, has been very successful with his Peak, Congressman Owen's right bowregard to education. Ho said some of and Mrs. doe McCann were married &V. our best mon did not seek education Creek and would spend tho remainder patients. Numerous weddings among or, sjuie tlmo ago. Mrs. McCann secured D r.sji for thu lovo or doslroof becoming great of tho winter In Liberty. The tolls of us in prospect. Thin old bachelors and a divorce from .loo McCann, a well- -' ! It was bccauso.thoir parents life are fast telling upon him and he is spare old maids are exciting great men, but f.tvi litl.lttliu r.ii.l.i.kt. inr.i uml III! . , retiring from public circles miberation tills intensely cold weather. t.'.ti.ll ...1., .. .. lllUII.I.Lj "ft" 4. Jill make them go to school while young Peak was tho chief witness. They wero D. M. C. and their teachers make them study as lits years are numbering many boyond marrletl soon alter tne ctivorco, and ' until they form tho habit of learning; thu averagu, but may he yet see many War will come high if wo must havo were to keep tho marriage a secret for more and his last ones be the happiest. then thoy go on loarnlng through habMr. J. W. Loving, who left here for It, for tho House Committee on Mili- - six months. it till lliey aro at tho head of tho NaA,TuIw rol)0rts to Congress that its tiu'-A. Hnrvey Stone, lineman for the! tion. Would to God thut more parents tho ".Sunny South" some time ago, is and projectile alone Electric Light Co., and Miss Lucy, tho Ht" im' Vm and teachers would cuuso their chil- back nirain whore ho will settle down . to lire one round from an pretty daughter of "William Cooley, dren to form thqhnbltof learning; thou and follow his profession, thut of u Ii -- jails and The ultlzons welcome his re- - bicli rille. $322 to tire ono round frojn a wero married at Mr. U. F. Hout's resi- wo would havo less usej.foirille, $."j(il to lire one round from deuce Tuesday ovening by Hev. S. M. iwnitontiaries and moro for schools and turn and join ills many friends in wish- a rltlo, and $0T0 to fire ono Logan. Tho groom, who is a son of ing him success, which in no doubt lies churches and teachers. pneumutio gun. Mr. "W. T. Stone, is an Industrious aud round from u Is Receiving his- V. H. C. before him. clover young man, while tho bride is u Tho cost of ono round from a Tho Stanford iNi'Uiuoit Jouknal At Paducah, Mrs. A. K. Stone was mortar is $211). Here is another' argu- splendid young lady with many noble now suit it was always good, and is a splendid paper, divorced and remarried inside of an ment in support of arbitration. traits of character. The murriagu was is handsome. It a surprise to Mr. Stone's family, who Philadelphia was visited, by a by a superb man, and is ahvajs hour. Tho euremony rook ldaeo In tho edited und tho wit which caused a loss of know nothing of it till tho following homo to be read at our leUuio court-hous- e taken AU Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. day. nessed it. und pleusure. Glusgow Times. . ( toll-gat1 pur-ixr- Mnrol-dnirg- Hreok-nridgeshowh- ur - f 810,-mk- ), 1 Cill-l- n one-tlil- 1 one-ha- lf 1 moi-chu- nt, J1 olll-ce- s. two-stor- y ; try-Iti- fr . ."" ..-- .- - , f ! .7 i UODGKCAKinG J. c. M'CLARY, I h ee Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. - mFm&FWuwmmm$mf$m$wx f. I Best Work, Lowest Prices, Prompt Deliveries. jtsEiiEl 1 A? H& i PRESCRIPTION DRUGS ba-lle- poxt-olll- co jiosi-tio- "". to-da- y IS 'mimmmmmmsmmsib A WORD TO YOU ! 1 TOILET ARTICLES 1 1 W. B. MoROBERTS. PHARMACY. s w Oe-lur- uniiiawai uiubcim, ndiuwttJe, tW my o or cones-ponden- first-clas- FARRiS HARDIN, m K Buy Coal Now. Mcrry-Co-Houn- d ' ! Predicted Goal - Fanie & CO. , coin-gradual- ly """ 11 J. H. BAUGHMAN IV hl'AiiF&?&tt&& v H. C. BUPLEY, eight-iHwi'H- r. , THB MER6HANT TAILOR-- -- 10-lnc- li 12-In- h 12-in- in-lt- s on wmmmmm liA IpBSI "" mifcBmwjiiM. " -- Mwumnmnmu)kWM9iWTmw?mvfrfri'9i ' i mh m urn Vwwj maw 4 'I I nth of John P. Cozlne, for many ours tho editor of tho Shelby News. He was an all round iiewpajior man popular fellow. 'and a 1897 For months ho had been prostrated Ky., Jan. 29, Stanford. ' with disease, but recently he seemed to mmmmmm j be convalescing and hojxis were ontor- W. P. WALTON. .. tnlned for his recovery. He leaves a --a ' wife and several children, mot of ,. orK whom are grown, including Mrs. W. . , . T ..!.mi . ,.. ,, GOV. Buckneii told the Now 1 A. WUUWOl'K, 01 UOUlSVIlie, wuu uffvu Express una .uciviiuuy mis t . Mail and till- ITIlft. -; i.i.il ffi.'.t.tltit- "l" " .1 ? nnioticallv abandoned the Issue of the aim to tnem wo cxieim sincere sy mou election, that of sound money, and tho thy. general trend seems to bo In the direcHere Is a chance for impecunious tion of high protection and other one at Burlingpaternalism and ho fears that fathers. Bryan forms of there can bo no great prosperity du- ton, In., who named his baby forhim, a ring the next four years. Tho gover- check for $100. This may be a case of nor Is too old a bird to have been caught siwradlo insanity on tho part of with such chaff as the republicans tho "Boy Orator of tho Platte." but It threw out to democrats, knowing from wont hurt tho offspring for some other past experience that that party la noted father to try the name. for holding the word of promise to Mks. Cleveland doesn't want nny the ear to break It to tho hope. A good "Nigger" In hers. She wasn't In when many democrats who were led into deLiliuokalanl called, preferserting the old party nro beginning to ring a drive with tho mercury below feel that thoy sold their birthright for zero to "playing ladles" with her. a mess of pottage and then didn't get "Continued oven that small piece. POLITICAL. disaster" Is all that the tall end of tho can see now and he ought decoy ticket John S. Rhea has appointed his to go behind his old log house at Glen brother private secretary. Lily and pay his promising boy to kick The populists aro going to nominate him for the part he took in the contin-uatan- candidates for county olllces in Pulas- The fraternity sorrows over tho News Briefly Told. John Wannamakcr lost $100,000 by tho Philadelphia Are. Tho First National Bank of Olympia, Wash., has suspended. Mrs. Rachel Craft, aged 101 years, died in Letcher county. Tho mercury went down to fl below zero at Virginia, Minn. A block was destroyed by lire at Lincoln, Neb. Loss Two lives were ol $40,000. A KiS!.cngor 7."i,000. lo- -t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I whole-soule- d, I I 1 1 1 K.,-- I 1 by a hotel lire at Fort Smith, Ark., which caused a loss I ex-Que- en cc of disaster. order to prevent him from being lynched, George Dinning, tho Negro who killed Joe Conn, a in Simpson county, when he went with a mob to warn the Negro to leave tho country, was removed from Bowling Green to the Louisville jail. Then the cowardly mob sought vengeance by burning his little home. This Negro, mean as he doubtless Is, has done tho State a service by killing one of the midnight raiders, and ho should bo protected If the entire State militia is necessary to do so. Gov. Bradley says he shall not bo mobbed and we hope ho will bee to It that tho law takes its course in this case especially. Conn and every member of his lawless band deserved what ho got, and if all mobs could meet with such reception, few of such gangs would disgrace tho State. IN white-capper, W. V. Helm has been appointed postmaster at Newport, against tho wishes of Congressman Borry, who says ho will not bo confirmed. The National House has passed a bill permitting National banks in small towns to operate on 820,000 capital. At present WO.OOO Is the lowest capital. Gov. Pingreo, of Michigan, is a greedy rad. Although ho has been Inaugurated as governor he still holds on to the mayoralty of Detroit, and the courts have been called upon to decide his ki Feb. 13. right to do so. tho comicalities of law make countless thousands, who believe in its enforcement, mourn. In Louisville the other day Mamie Harth died from tho effects of a criminal operation and although she made a statement on her dying bed to several responsible parties giving tho names of tho persons implicated in tho operation, they were released when arreste'd and put on trial, because forsooth, the poor girl had not been told she was dying but that she "might die." Such child's play as this is enough to disgust the average man with tho law as well as with those charged with Its execution. tho heels of a scandal at the Lunatic Asylum comes another from tho one at Lexington. Tom Scott, son of Dr. W. P. Scott, tho superintendent, was accused of undue intimacy with a female attendant. He was supervisor of tho institution, but resigned, after an alleged investigation and vindication. Now It Is said that Dr. Rhorer, Urst assistant physician, Is implicated in another scandal and so It goes. The republicans are making a mess of it everywhere and insuring democratic victory next time beyond a peradventuro. Ono terra of that party will do Kentucky for a life time. ON Hop-klnsvlllo The technicalities, the absurdities and . . thought he heard burglars in his .oom , fn ft, Lonavillu .,,, ft riln and tired in the direction. ' "pHng iind is worth $10,000. The en-rJ, thL htuko lmvo jUHt hton M. ho found that he had fatallj edhsbon. .,.,., ill.. '(,ml and it includes several hun- nounccd John Fisher, of Payne lost $100 at cards and killed hlmseir gUl "New w w hw than pay the debt. He lelt a 1.ohL eontniniiijr itXi acres, from Mrs. y ago Herbert BarnumSee-lSOME time note to tho fellow he owed It to saying Mo,)m Loer) ,,ayinkr $sKjruere for gave u dinner at Sherry's, when tho "Now get It If you can." 273 acres and $7.1 for the remainder. of guests were amused by the posing , Tho Interstate Commerco Lomnils.f:ionu.,..i." women in the nude. Itshocked N. Y. City ,.f i lw tiflentu account ui Hinns income farm from Mr. Massie, containing 273 circumference, preachfrom center to ,f ,. Unit! States for lb'.)(J shows a acres at $S3 iwr acre. Paris News. ers preached about it and moralists gross earning of $0,510 a mile and opTho government figures tho yield of wrote columns of articles denunciatory erating expenses $4,380 a mile. wheat for 18!M), 427,031,000 bush, on an of the filthy orgy. The result Is an collision at Atlantic City Mead- area of 34,(1111,000 acres, and valued at Tho Investigation and indictment of the ows last summer, by which 41 people $'110,003,000. Tho farm price was 72.(5o principals for conspiring to procure inwere killed and about 100 Injured, liua Ior bushel and tho yield jer acre 1 1.8 decent exposure of females, tho penalou-- i ,., ,.... t ., ,wwt u..., w ww UUDUU13, i 1UU9 iai illU t,j,i wi fMiTnnimies concerned ix..nh, mh. JflUlM IMt Wt ic )Wf- ty for which ought to bo a long term In ,007,000. 81,000,000 in settlement of olainw 87.",00() bushelrf, valued atS-Hover the penitentiary, If It la not. with tho farm priees 21,5c, and tho yield for damages. of Owensboro, has jH;r aero was 2."i.7 bush. Tho area of The weather has been intensely cold Moso Bulllngton, all over tho country and great damage been removed from the olllco of deputy winter wheat was 22,701,000 acres. Tho to life and property has resulted. Many iti,,w1 t.it.w Marshal on account of farm nrlco was not 72 cents hero. It freezing to death are reported, cases of the Indictment found against him In wasn't over f0 cents. g. & C. V. Cecil's Gambetta Wilkes In tho Northwest stock of all while the Ilendorson circuit court for alleged kinds have perished by tho hundreds. heads the list of winning sires for ISiMl. mob. leadership of a 828,102. Tho cold wave extended all over the On her death bed Miss Suslo Moss, a Ills sons and daughters won South and sent tho mercury bolow woman of Paducah, Huron Wilkes, who won tho penant In well known young -, J8!).freezing In Florida, greatly damaging is becond, with $22,178 to his confessed that she was the victim of a' tho orange trees again. performed by a col- - credit, while Jay Bird with 821,01.'! is criminal operation biggest win- ored woman named Hannah House, third. Giunbottu Wilkes' IS tho tide turning and so soon? This nors were Emma OlTut, $10,017, and Lot- Tho House woman is under arrest. looks like It. Last November the voLoralno, W,200. both of which were county. Iowa, gave Mr. Tho homeless poor, of whom there campaigned by the Cecils. Their C. ters of Clinton McKlnley a majority of 900. Last week harateiTlitme with the "mercury .P. Clay sired winners of 13,35! and is in a special olectlon to till a vacancy Ill mu WSL ui wo ui uiu3u nuiiiiuun 21 below zero. The work or roller lias in tho Legislature, tho democratic whoso got won over $1,000. Hayes, was been prompt and extensive, but a numcandidate, Cap McKeo and Will Fox returned majority of about 800 over ber died from cold and starvation. elected by a last night from the Atlanta mule martho republican candidate. The taxable wealth of tho Negro ket. McKeo disposed of two loads at population of the United States is over $71.50 and $S0. lie says there were 3,- THE olllco of State Inspector Is no inn mv ono. There uro 2:,4i2 ., ,hl, mavUot thl.ro VlMt(M. B"innft longer a sinecure. Ho Is the buslct church bodies, wltl"'clJpi,r0I,u,"ty day. Anderson Jb Spilman have been Is kept on the man In the State and valued at over $2.1,000,000. f $1 & skip bctweon the Hopklnsvillo and colored mln- - .m$Viil on tno cura ut Georgetown. This over 1,000 college-traine- d Lunatic Asylums and tho Lexington Is not because corn can not bo lxnight Inters. Eddyvillo penitentiary, verny mo Lexington Tuesday morning on In Uoyle, but because farmers In vomibllcan administration is iuu 01 a dog was found in a abouts are holding for a bigger Danville Advocate, bo few of days. trouble, may it also standing position frozen to death, says a dispatch. Tho dog's countenance- KNOZVILLE. Ingersoll & Peyton, Atto CONFJDBNCE and prosperity Is being pai,rn8t neyi and Ouiisiloni qt Law. Corporation; ivineed all tho buoyancy and hopofull- ' rapidly restored. There was only ono , CwwuercUl: Insurance ami Keol Estate. Lltl- being suuueniy nuiicu of Lexington has established a soup ness of a human attention. Attorney for Kalon ivcn bank failure, that of the National A Xanlullle K. It Co. Norfolk A the life, action and paa- wtorn K. It. Co. ami the Central Sarins Potsdam, N. Y., Monday, against three house to feed her needy population dur-th- o in .1.,. ...! rusn nf uik. ing the cold snap. glon by tho rude, cold hand of death. Monday before. or 1 William Kaufman, of Covington, who lost his voice whllo shouting for McKlnley in a Cincinnati parade the night before the election and has since been speechless, is now an applicant for a clerical position under the new administration. Joseph H. Dowling, collector of in ternal revenue at Cincinnati, and Deputy Collector Joseph B. Klnnlnger, have been removed from olllco for violating tho civil service rules against collecting or receiving money for campaign purposes. Mr. McKlnley is reported to havo said: "I will call a special session of Congress on March 15, and, unless I change my mind, I desire to havo my protective system Inaugurated Immediately upon my Inauguration, and I want a measure passed that will immediately stimulate business and givo idle men work." The political fortunes of tho Hon. John J. Ingalls are at a very low ebb. In the caucas of tho republican members of the Kansas Legislature to select a candidate for tho United Suites Senate Ingalls received but three votes. Kansas is not in a mood just now to a apply tho United States Senate with epigrams and satire. Hiram C. Wheller, the Iowa farm king, who was tho republican nominee for governor in 1S!1, and defeated by Horace Boles, has sold his farm of acres In Sac county and will remove to Texas. Ho has purchased more than 7,000 acres of land .")0 miles northeast of Galveston and proposed to establish tho largest dairy in the world. Tho second administration of Clove-lan- d has worked a reduction in the pension roll of something like $20,000,-00- 0 per year. If nothing else had been done this accomplishment would bo worthy the gratitude of the entire country. Tho jcnslon outrage Is one that needs correction badly, but ono which tho majority of cheap politicians aro afraid to tackle. Louisville Times. It appears that there is a disposition everywhere among democrats to look to tho true Interests of the party and get back to tho old paths of democracy. It would bo fortunate for tho party and for the country If this spirit should contlnnc to grow. Certainly It should continue tojgrow. Tho democratic party is the great enemy of centralization and State socialism, and its influence in this direction was never more needed than now. Louisville Post. In a letter addressed to the chairman of the county committee Col. P. P. Johnston, chairman of tho democratic State central committee, says: The resolution passedjby thej central committee was not promulgated as a rule or as an absolute standard to govern you in your local i affairs. Conditions aro now exceptional and require different methods of treatment in different localities. You iaro expected to study the situation and do what is wise and best to unify and strengthen tho democratic party in your district. It is tho privilege and responsibility of county committees to do this, and you who achieve tho best results consistent with the principles and purposes of our party, will furnish the best indication or tno itno or action that ought to bo pursucu oy uio central anu executive committees when thoy tmect to deal wiin raaiiers pertaining 10 state cam- 4,-0- 00 car near Ball, W. V11., and two men were killed. Two men were killed and seven Injured by an explosion of gas In u mine atUnlontown, Pa. At Gloucester City, N. J., a jealous FARM AND TRADE, young man committed suicide In his sweetheart's presence. O. P. IlulTmun bought of Dr. Hugh John Pennington, an Ashland Negro, Held a heifer at 2Je. on a wager of $0 ato a dozen cans each John Murphy bought In Casoy and of oysters and sardines. Adair a bunch of calves at .'le. William Thomas, of Lotcho- - county, Woods it Lynn bought of Sam Cochdrank a pint of raw alcohol Iwcause ho ran a bunch of fat hogs at 2!e. "- "" couldn't get wnisKj, Corn, corn, corn. Highest market effects. price paid for corn. Noel & Son. population, according to George Woods sold to William More-lan- d estimates, la 21f,S02, which directory steers at .'1.65. a bunch of entitles tho city to two additional Frank Holtzelaw sold to J. L. Jaryis iudtres. 00 acres oT land on l)lx river for $1,2."0. 2."1 A sporting paper says that only tobacco buyer has A Richmond men have been killed In the ring In bought :W,000 H)unds of tobacco In Madthe whole history of civilized and re- ison county at cts. fined pugilism. Col. O. 1'. Alford, proprietor of tho James Kelly, a St. Louis crank, cut LoxiiiL'tou Stock Farm and a noted 1.1- throat nftnr lwimr nlaced in Jim at bnjed ,mH mad(J u assl(,mnenU his own request, no imagineu no ...i.. . Afc thj rfiow n L(mlllviU0( killed a woman. , John MeRoberts Mount, of LaGrango, Four lives and four millions worin white of property were destroyed by lire In horns. Philadelphia, Chicago and several othThe 300 cattle on the Winchester er towns Wednesday. market Monday sold at 2J to III; smooth Tho ministers of Indianapolis have steers of 1,000 jiounds brought the fororganized a crusade against a bill pend- mer figures. ing in tho Indiana Legislature legalT. J. Culton hold to S. S. Long at izing Sunday base-bal- l. Lancaster Monday a lot of butcher The National board of trade at Its stuff at 2c and to other parties a lot of meeting at Washington Indorsed tho extra good steers at 'Ale. sentiment that tho gold coin shall reBun Gaines has rented the Malinda main tho standard money. Popples farm near Rowland containing Fourteen hundred bodies have betn 100 acres for tho small price of $7fl. Ho recovered from tho ruins of tho re- has moved his family to it. cent earthquake on tho Island of J. M. Roberts, of Pulaski, sold to G. Klshm, In tho Persian Gulf. A. Swinebroad 22 yearling cattle at Mrs. Caroline Hendricks made an 'A.'AQ and to other parties a lot of calves argument before the Indiana supremo at $10 and some big steers at 3.1.1. court, tho first speech ever made by a Thomson & Brown sold to Thomps. woman boforo that tribunal. ',mniii. ni fiiirmnl. n lmnch of two . Is said George Treselvan, of ar,old 01lU,0 at :uo lind lo th to be the largest man in Las err. KenR at ate tucky. Ho weighs 380 pounds in his & &m F(hlonol(1 to . . . stocking feet and shirt sleeves. f Tho Columbus Enterprise reports no lrtindml m lno Cttr hcro. Tho Nooh, death of Ground Hog Allen, a nlt,1 ' HhipiH.d lo lho North .ItiUlco Coal Co., tiaractcr, who had for many years lived in a hole In the ground near Colum J. D. Huston, a famous corn shucker bus. of Farmlngton, Kan., has made a reTho Muscovite government has de- cord thiH season of 4,000 bushels In 1.1 cided to devote a sum of no less than days, and ho Is prouder than tho town $60,000,000 to the construction of rail- banker with all his money. roads in Russia during the current Hon. John Sam Owsley, Sr.. returnyear. ed from Salisbury, N. C, Tuesday, Four persons lost their lives In a leaving J. P. Harior and J. C. Lynn to burning house In Michigan, and tho In- soil the mules ho did not disjH)-- o of. mates who escaped were compelled to Tho-- sold averaged about $7o at home. walk a mile, barefooted, through the John Sparks, of Roliertson county, 700-poucir-o.wit, train ran Into a hand- son of Hurley HackTho ney was burned to death In Woodford. A poso with bloodhounds Is search-Ini- r for a Nemo tramp who criminally ununited Miss Carver near Fulton. Margaret Colly, a little girl, scared little Walter Priest to death with a false face at Muncy, Pcnn. Six hundred men and girls havo been thrown out of employment by tho llrst strike In 20 years, in the 1'huMilx Silk Mills, at Patterson, N. J. You arc cordially invited to inspect our new and complete line of Warren Cooper, aged 4.", was frozen to death near South Klkhorn. Cooper Spring and Summer Samples just received from II. J. Franks & Co., wu u brother of Cupt. Spencer Coop- the Leading Chicago Tailors. The season of 1897 is thus inaugurater, the Huol Green newspaper man. ed with a grand display of the very latest designs in Jackson and Walling will appear as witnesses In court at Covington Feb. 'A, In tho case of Adam Hsirpsky, charged They will testify to an aswith sertion made by Harpsky while In jail. Louisville Store. Imported and Domestic Woolens, And the fabrics submitted to your admiring ga.e will cause you to burst forth in a spontaneous song of approbation and delight. Our garments will be made up according to careful measurement, and we guarantee fit and workmanship in every instance. Come & See for Yourself Even though you may not want to buy at the present moment. In other lines also wc 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 Hose 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. Sec our Tuxedo Plaid Suitings at 5c yd. Just the thing for children's dresses. Remember wc always carry a big line of Cottons. "Hope" brand at 6c yd. "Fruit of the Loom" and "Lonsdale," "Green Ticket" at 7c. A good yard wide Drown and Bleach at 5c. Our 10, 15 and 25c Suspenders and our 10, 15 and 25c Socks for men are unequalcd at these prices. Boys' Knee Pants at 20c. Mens' Jean Pants at 75c, worth Si. 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. 'A I ,,.,, I.,. THE LOUISVILLE Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, ST0RL. Liu-red- ,,,,, A: UR.BANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T; D. RANEY, Manager. "i,'i-,,- Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. " There Are Four Kinds of Druggists In tho world and you'll find lliein in ctcry town in tie country. 1. Tho druggist who m?11h "cheap" drugs only. 2. Tho druggist who fulls 1.01110 good drugs and tonic "cheap" one'. !i. Tim drupgUt who sells nothing but good drugi and charges oily whnt they're worth. 4 Tho no called exclusive druggist who sells i;ood druijs generally, and never forgets to load them down with exorbitant prices. Wc belong U tho third kind. Ourprices and goods aro right, snow. circuit, under . court on the charge of .,.f,iniliiv1 llUum oi ulting his niece, Mrs. t- tk n.,rn uis.bond to nt. ..-.- -, . nnuu-.- . WrHiiHle-.- . n mo was held .. . 8 old I I a ho'r to R. C Halt, of Claysvllle, that wnlirhed i28 iounds irross. and (UL " " net. The hams weighed 7. pounds I)ommt, ,t Inndo oa(,h, and lho Mw .. m wnnil. Frank sorest, oi ... . Tl I " .. . Til .. , The Western turf at last has a futur- - PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Foi-rat- hcr ....v ,,,... " Advertising prices is a little out of our line of business but to SOAP! Here we are with Ksep Abreast With The Times 10c Soap, $3 per box of 100 Cakes, or 3 cakes for 8 cakes for Every Day Sjap, $2 per box of 80 Cakes, or 25c Glebe Soap, gi.90 per box of 80 Cakes, or 10 cakes for. ..25c Family Ark Soap, $2.40 per box of 100 cakes. o 10 cakes for 25c Milk Toilet Soap, 3 cakes for Butter 25c White Rose Tolct Soap, 2 cakes for 5c V 1 I J Lnox I SSf'We have been je'In soap at the above prices for over 60 days. HIGGINS & McKENNBY: Dealers in Hardware. Groceriei and the like, Stanford, Ky Doors, Sash and Blinds, 1 ,, XjhXJIME Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Etc. prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. one side all seasoned stock. I pricc.-touinuioau- uj For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer Boxingjdressed 1 mmsi 1 ,.al A.C.SINE, - - Stanford, Ky. ,..,.n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Stanford, Kv., - Takb that wntcli to Hanks. IlKST town. 1110U1I polish in Stknooraimiy and typewriting done furntturo Craig & Iloekor. correctly and reasonably at the Intkr-- I ! n and Trv DatikH engraved visiting curdH. ad. baby. Yotitdiould taku your proscription to W. It. Cooic, who has a store at HighI Wirx sell you best quality steel I 'unity 'h drug Btoro where prompt mid roollng nearly as elieap as you. can buy land, has bought out A. C. Martin's service in gn.it nntecd stock at Maywood, and taken charge of shingles. A. C. Sine. his old stand. THE. (JREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLyOF SOUTH. I desire to M'll nty Millinery Look! Wo have just put in a lino of Storf iml I'kmIIoii PERSONAL POINTS. D. & D. For being drunk and disor Only millinery Mure In tumi Any one delrliitf Cook Stoves and Ranges, at prices to same wnulil llnil it to their Inten-- tt to apply at frrfrfyZbtJ(!'J'J'C'rrAafC' hunsucbs er cmoums holding fine positiohs. derly Thomas Ivelferand Samuel Guest, omu. I or imrtirnl rKailMT... Mlf. F. Hkid went to LouImvIHo suit ovoryltody. Warren & Shanks. iwiitMti; bi i st LtAumu tuiiitss nit utye flflu,yt(fflMw yylffl7'Uy MISS I. IA Mil'. Junction C'ltv Kv. . both Xugroes, wero lined $o each in Tuesday to noil hlrt toh.iceo. f 'ABomeit x77l THE COUNTRY. MENTION UtSE WANTCP. HkVKKAI. of our correspondents and Judge Carson's court. (mwcuEJouRmiME. Thomas Oai.ton mudo a huHlnutiu YMfJlf. a numtnM of newspaiiers make measles trip to tho lnounttilntt thin week. Rank Stock. A. W. Carpenter Miss IIicstkr Him.m: 1'rrkins Iiuh singular and tollttcs plural nouns, traded to D. S. Johnston a lot of Farmwhen tho reverse is true. Ikhui very 111 for month or more. Write for of my catalogues that ers Rank it Trust Co. stock at $10." for Kite) on a full ilrrritlolaw alxmt WW ureal will i of Miss Mary CJkimius, of Kiohniond, I liao In Ceotrnl Kentucky for sale. "You ain't so warm" is a piece of some in tho National Rank of In the guest of MIhs Alice Heazloy. li. W. I.VNi;, ItlMI. KSTATK AtlK.NT, slang now that Jits nearly everybody. . Olflee. with Jess iiiiUc Journal, Xlcholaslllc, Ky. Mr. .1. K. Carson, of Crab Orohnrd, A Ilandbome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each 110's Worth of Goods. The cold snap has nearly fro.en tho Ih liero with l)v. Curpentor for a few $.' and Costs. Charley Stewart got We have just opened a largo and comprehensive stock of marrows of the people here. days. . a jag on a few nights ago and growing It. L. Ht'lnit.K returned from AtlanWovbn wire and oak picket fence, boisterous Marshal Nowland had to : ta nick and has been contlned to his led tho most economical fence in ttio mar- put him in jail. At his trial boforo since. imio-ket. I am selling it at alxmt eost of Judge Carson tio was lined $T and costs. bkao, &o. I offer fur jle prltalely Town I'rojicrty In . Tito lad es are especially invited to sec our new linp of Mr. It. M. Moss, of Garrard, took manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Dining Tables, Ky , 100 yjrds Irom LAN. TYPK. This office lias sold in tho depot. A county, altiiitlon for maniiOcturinz Rockers, Enameled Reds. Easles, Pictures, Ac Picture Frames made to order Work the train hero for "Williamsburg Wednv-sInspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades. dwelling. and price guaranteed I'KNSION. A McKlnney contiitiiin: o khi; Kood dispatch last week or two .100 ttounds of old typo house, barn nesday. ' uoocsmry outbuildings and nd f says that Mrs. Mary O'Hair, who lives and Still has 000 JXMindH of small pica, well stocked In other and ornamental trees and fruit W. II. WHARKN bus sold his hard"UW,lh' & CO. ware store fixtures to a party at Itock-woo- near there, has recoiecd a vouchor for long primer, brevier and nonpariel to M27.M (tension. Sho will receive $3 dlmxwo of at 10 cents a ixnind. in lots of Ky. tm:l uai, indon, Tenn. 50 jtounds or over. Mr. I). 1'. Hall, of Ktninonco, has ler month hereafter. rented tho property, of Mrs. KatoIIays It will bo observed tho ad. of K. O. Zkiio. The weather has lwen exon Main street. Zohagen lias ltoon withdrawn. Dr. Car- tremely cold since Monday, with merMrs. Jok Cofkrv and Joe I.ynn, of penter found that tio had no right to cury Tuesday morning at zero, Wed1'will, a committee for L. C. Dunn, on Livingston, eamudown Tuesday to visit practice optics and was preparing to nesday at 2 below and yesterday at the prcmit' of mid Dunn near ill Salem, A'u.. mi llit liuluiA . .f!itillf)mri nilMrs. It. Williams. swear out a warrant against lifm for three lulow. Several inches of snow 0ll Do you need spectacles ? If so have your eyes tested at onco at J. II. ISarkkr, of Jellico, is at Mrs. the State boanl of health. fell Tuesday night, which has added to --. It. H. MeKinnoy's, in tho West Kml, JftOSTOAX, FEE. 15tIXf 1897, Pamaobs. -- Mrs. Jennie Shumakcr tho discomfort of needy iersons and of with his wife and ton. locomotion. Nearly all the piios in Offer for mle to the hi'jhett bidder the follow Mr. T. K. Miu.kh, of Garrard, was got a verdict at Danville yestenlay for town are froon and a water famine Is imj property: here WVdnusday returning from a vlt-- it $10,000 against the L. N., for causing almost threatened. One Stallion, young and well broke to drite Spectacles and Note Glasses from 23 cents up. We are Specialists in ttie fitting of the death of her husband, John to his father at Mt. Vernon. in tingle or double wmw, and a good Spectacles. Tho euo was tried last fall breeder; one gHnl Jack, three years old; Miss Gkoruia Wkst, who has been Tony Shawley, Chkai Diamond. Three good. emu U, all in foal by yowl visiting Mrs. Alice Lytic, returned to and sho got a verdict for $10,000, but a hrakemau on this division, and for a old Jack; one Jack jack; one tho court granted a new trial. her home at Ilarrodhhurg yesterday. long time a resident of Rowland, won Colt; tiro Uortc Colt; one young Mare, Miss AM KM A GitAY, who has been Cheapest in piicc.'and best in qua ity. OlI)Lumiii:r.x "Yellow" Chris Gen- the WOO diamond rallied tiff by Agent uorh utll and i in foal: Tirentu Calve: 1'ifty J"xl Eue;lolof Llorer J lay; lot of visiting Mrs. T. A. Coulter, returned try has built him a comfortable three-roo- Fishback, of Livingston. Shawley's BsaT" Full Lino of Surgical Supplies. ,urn una rmiaer; one spring ft agon. to her home near l'urryvillo Tuesday. house near the site of the old chance cost him only 10 cents, whilo Sale to commence at 10 A. MRS.C. A. Mookk wunt to Cincin- Huffalo Mills. It is put up almost ex- some of tho lxiys here sjient as many Terms. - All turns under Ten Dollars cash nati yesterday to meet her sister, Miss clusively with tho lumber that came dollars in their effort to be the lucky over that amount on a crctlit of three months IVarl Pollock, of Cambridge, O., who out of the mill, which is years one. The winner sold the stone back withuvproiedtecurity and to bear interest was coming to spend some lime with old, but which is as sound as If It wore to Mr. Fishback for i22., who won it from itate. M. F. NORTH, Com'teefrom L. G. Dunn. her here. 00''J in a radio a few months auo. just sawed. Miss Omvia Hamiwin will enter- Tin: tlscal court didn't make any A Narrow Kscapk. Laura, the tertuin this evening at her beautiful bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. more free turnpikes Wednesday, but it country home, "Maplowood," near Do you Want a Last Call on J orderetl condemnation proceedings Richmond, in honor of Misses Fannie Adam W. Caritontor had a narrow against the Crab Orchard, Chappcll's And Stock, Crop and Farming from burning a few days since. Shanks and Dollle Mcltolterts, of this BLACK DRESS ? TTtonails For Solo. While putting something on tho man- Gap & Ottcnhclm piko and ordered an place. O 0rig to the mmlltlonof my hmlth, I MR. U. Ciianckmxir and his pretty tle tier dress caught tiro and when tier election to bo hold in November to Wehnvosome very lmnd- If you need a jacket now Is H to rent out my laim anil sell uijr tho time to buy. daughters, Misses Ophelia and Lucy, mother reached her the llames wero al- take tho sense of the iieoplo as to a This seasome black goods to show at public outcry son's newest styles at just have enjoyed the sleighing season. most up to tier waist. Quick work on bond issue to buy all tho pikes in tho at very reduced prices. February This 1897, rS They wero in town Wednesday treat Mrs. CartHjntor's part saved her daugh- county. An offer of t!2 jnsr share was J2 Plain blacks and figured u half former price. half in moans tho price cut made for tho Stanford & Knob Lick, at 10 A. M. Tho farm U located on th Danville, 9W ing nil their less fortunatu friends to ter from being burned to much extent, blackB, 23 different styles, two. We might write half Lancaatcr and turnpike, at dui.blu or Camp Dick Itobtninu oeren m!li from a pnge and you would not jjlj delightful rides behind their Hying but her own hands wero badly scorch- tho Stanford & Halls Gap and the Stan- .invlllo and Luiauter, 25c to $1.50. ronrenlent to ed. ford it Milledgevillo pikes, but it has and church and contains 3lS acre, (fiKxl akIiooIi understand better how low steeds. with num. not boon accented. Mr. I). "W. Vande- - hvrono ofnwldenco and thru? (food tenant Iiouvw, Heo Hive, tho ofllchtl pajwr of Tub 8 we'll sell you a jacket. good clMern und well water convenient. Plenty WllKN Sam Guest, who was put in veer, who owns tit) Stan- The farm now has 1A0 acres of Kood growing wheat shares in ttio 9: tho Maccaltees, published at 1'ort Hu jail for drunkenness Wednesday, soaron It, which will go to the renter, W acres timothy ron, Mich., says SirKnlglitM. F. Kl- - ed sufficiently to realize "whore ho was ford & Halls Gap, offered to take 81,000 and clorer meadow, I'JorIA acres of oat land, 50 or luua. and t) tobacco land kin has made a good record for ISM in at," and IhjIii,' too drunk to remember for them, but no less. The court will acres ot corn In whatever acre renter may delre, 4 COIOSCOOCOSfrratt to cultivate crop meet again Feb. 8. or a acres ofeood blue gr.ss in yard. Will fell KentucKy. iho net lncreaso is not about leln In, ho went to tho put barrel corn In crib, 40 ton of baled hay, 2 rucks of timothy hay. a lot of Rood xork mules and u Very great, only 20(1, but it must bo ''hiwh" window ami knocked. Jailer lion.es cixhI Jersey cows, calves and heifer, lot RELIGIOUS. work for fratornul OoRord answered tho call, when Sam tho oi iik aim suoau, a one lot ot new larmititf iinple. ments: coiisUtinofliiniler, mower; dim' harrows; lenellciary order is very much hunler remarked, "I am ready to tfo out now. ! An American missionary in Rombay mhoouiIijk; dbk drills; and all kind of plows; wagDon't Forget About Our V Ci. South of ttio Ohio river from what Is I Just come in to talk to tho boys a few states that not a single native Chris- ons; hames; farmltii; utentlls; Ac: Ac Sale of U liberal and mado known on day of Term ill We nlways have- bomothing North of that stream. minutes." Rut ho didn't et out for tian lias been stricken by tho plague. Mle. ir Any one desiring toonlwk at the farm Ibeforo day sale will find me thoplacoand will good in remnants. Seo our some time, all the same. John Wunatnaker will build a church Rlailly aliow It to them IV.sessIon Kien March l IJ.U7. remnants of Hosiery. See HOME NEWS, to show tils gratitude for ttio escape of T. li. ADAMS. Napkins, Towels, White Stoi.k an'Ick Hoi'rtK. It is rather his establishment from destruction by I. M. lUtJfN, Auct'r our remnant calico. SamGoods, Laces, Jlnmburgs, unusual for a bltf thliu,' as an lee house lire, TRY us for cash. Karris it Hardin. ples 25c to 3oc. Windsor Long Cloths, &c, &c. to m stolen, but it is an actual fact Tics at 10c PUBLIC SALE OF A it Is likely that Rev. W. R. Lloyd, S. CJ. Adams has twen apjiolnted that the greater part of tho wood work who is holding a protracted meeting at Hst master at Kubanks. of Mr. George R. Cooper's has been Co. Richmond, may be called to its regular In the tissue appropriated. The house is back of his pastorate. Wi: have what you want barn and Mr. Cooiwr did not notice paper llnu. Craig A: Hockey. As agent for the heirs of Morgan Hud' Prof. M. G. Thomson and wife took until a few days agoUhat ttio shingles, membership with tho Christian church son, deceased, will cjrpos? for sale on IN FOR Sam:. Perfectly gentle family wcather-ltoardinAc, had boon re- Sunday. North Middlctown Cor. Par horse: eightyearsold. W. II. Vearen. moved. It was evidently tho work of 3, 1897, is Keutucklan. jiersous in search of kindling, but it is Stori:-RoOon Main street In Rev. J. II. Hopior is holding a meet- 0t the jtremises of the excellent farm consirt-in- g rather expensive piece of business to ing of at the Portland Avenue, PresbyJournal building for rent. W. tho owner who lias never needed the I Walton. terian church, Louisville, which had 500 ACHES OF GOOD LAUD house as badly as now. had 18 additions to last accounts. HORN, to tho wife of James Cash, a Lying about three miles Northeast ofl.aneas Eider J. T. Sharrard will preach at ter. A';. The property is well improved and Moonsiiinkus Caught and boy, ami Mr. John F. Cash is now a .1. W. Colyer, general the Christian church Sunday morning well watered The Dwelling Contains Eight grand-fatheIs the certainty of fulfillment deputy collector, J. M. Carter, deputy on "Tito Transformation of Peter," at liarge Rooms and there are all necessary Outbuildings, all of which are in splendid daughter of Charles collector, C. C. Gillonbio, deputy mar- night on, "Face Tho Other Way." of each and every one of them. ANOTiir.lt little When you leave repair. Four hundred acres of the land are Nino women preachers are conduct- in Blue Grass At the tame time and place Hiislin, ofOttenheim, died of whooping shal, Andy Watson and M. Warren, your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranmade a raid on tho triglot of tho 10th ing a revival at Sand Creek, Jennings we will sell cough a few days ago. tee that you will have an accurate and reliable time-- i mm near tho Pulaski and Casey county line county, Iml. Several of thorn aro said Nkw writing iiajHsr, tablets and piece. ami about three miles of Caintown, to be sinkers of more than ordinary THE PERSONAL PROPERTY stylo und quality to suit every captured n large moonshine, still and ability. Belonging to said estate. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are one. W. R. Mcltoborts. Tho Congregational Church Building For farther information, address complete outllt for making whisky. ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? 11 F HUDSON, Lancaster, Ky , or Tin: Stanford Water, Light it Ice About 1,200 gallons of beer, 10 gallons Society bus no debt, and has a building We have gained the reputation for miles around for 11 A HUDSON, Danville, Ky. Cage Muir loan fund of $.'115,571.07. During the Co. declared a dividend of '2 per cent, slngllngs and two men, best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince and Charley Rainwater. Roth men wero past year 110 churches have received after deciding to pass one this time. you. sleeping boundly when poso arrived. aid from this fund. AND RENTING. TllK Cincinnati puers for this olllco Tho citizens in tho West End of LinDr. Worrall's meeting at tho Baptist have not made connection this week. coln will doubtless rejoice, as it is gen- church was so much Hko those the will As committee for Spencer Hubble, Tho Q. it C. seems to bo snow bound. erally believed that these- are tho par Methodists aro used to that tlioy Hock- on body. Tho doctor u Washington, .Ian. 28. Generally ties that lias been such terror around ' ed to it almost in a 4, 1897, Morcland and Nealey's Gap, soiling is a sort of a sanotillcutlontst and faith ami Friday, not so cold, fair their moonshine for many months. healer himself. sale on the farm lying on the Offer for but continued low tcuicraturc. Cooic. Lancrster pike at the Hanging Fork Rishop Thomas U. Dudley celebrated Ky., Jhe Killed JHkksixk. Sallio Hooker, tho ood anniversary of his consecration bridge, two miles from to Hubble, the farm-imDealers In- Cash. Wo will soli you goods as wit: All j property of said farm, tho cash. If you wife of Jim Hockor, a Morohind Negro, 1() tho Episcopate at Loulsvlllo Wed-wa- s low as anylKxly for Two '1 accidentally shot and instantly noS(iliy. Tr0 was born in Richmond, Newtools consisting of Binder, Horse II agons, don't boliovo it, bring your cash along Mower, Hay Wheat Drill, killed at that place a few days since. Va., In 18:17 und served through tho Hake, a uumber of good Plows and other and try us. Furris it Hardin. Farming Implements too numerous to menThe husband tells tho following story war jn the Confederate anny. TllK man who failed to get ico this which is generally accepted as true: prof. h. h. Harris, of tho chair of tion All the stock on farm consisting of spoil deserves to drink hot water dur- Sho had made somo cakes during her polemics and Biblical instruction in 2 Good Jacks, 2 and 4 Years Old, ing tho torrid months of next summer. husband's absence and had put them tj,0 Southern Theological Seminary at Agents for Young Jennets, 4 Well-bre- d A great deal of it was housed, running in her trunk. On his return ho asked . Louisville, is dying at Lynchburg, Va., from '1 to 5 inches In thickness. her for Borne of thorn, and on her re- - where lie wont a few weeks ago hi tho Four aood Work Mules, one good Saddle Horse, a lot of Brood Mares and young hors of getting In fusal es, a lot of Cows, young Cattle and Stock Wallace, tho little son of Consta- when hojwas tho act"If you takethem i,(,1HJ Qf building up his health. any sho remarked: Stewart, missionary to irogs About 40) Barrels of Corn, some Bar-leUov. j. ble and Mrs. T. J. Benedict, got hold Opposite the Court-Housof those cakes, I'll kill you," at the China, lectured last night at the Pros- 20 Stacks of Clover auk Timothy Hau. of u ball of lye und putBOiuo of it in his will also Bent about fill Acres of Coin tlmo reaching for the gun In , lvtrtim nhio'eh on "Missions" and will same mouth. Ills tongue and throat aro Land, 70 lcrfji of Wieat Land, 40 Acres of to get It, it was discharged, lecture on tho same subject is thought that ho tier effort S HSRO badly burned, but it THE Meadow ixiuu ana 3U Acres oj urass Land tho entire load entering her side. Death Mrs. Stewart will talk to the ladies ut at the same time in parcels or as a wliole, on will recover. Tho woman was the same church this, Friday, afternoon a credit of 12 montftsfrom Jan 1, '97. ThoroughbredDurooersoy BED BOBS was instunUineous. Terms: All sums under J10 cash, over While attempting to cross tho track not considered bright lint sufficiently so at 2::t0. My lircnluni were selected from tho tint herds o( that amount on three months' time with apA in front of a train that was switching to attend to tier household affairs. Sho of this famous lint of awlne In several State proved seatrity without interest. splendid lot of pigs of diflerent ages for sale Urvd Mr. Ernest Rose, a son of Conductor at the dopot, Mr. W. S. Warren fell, loaves two little children. Tho hus Sale to commence in the mornsnn at 0 nowa a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed. Correa. pondence solicited Address WILLIAM HUBBLE, but managed to pull himself out of the band scorns greatly (grieved over tho ' J. V. Rose, of this division,, was mar- o'clock. R. H. BRONAUGH, Com'tee Spencer Hubble week to Miss Fannie Oakley way. The wheels barely missed his death, probably becauso he did not ried last 9BSVBIIIMESvflBBHBBaalGBaWBVaaBBiBHBaV'' Crab Orchard, Kjr, 83 D. N. Prewitt, Auctioneer. Jcffcrsonville. at catch the load himself. legs, l'OSTPONP.t). Owing to tho frigid weather, the sale of Spencer I Dibble's Miss Calvkrt offers her millinery effect was iMMtnonod till Thiirhdnv. K. C. Walton, Uusi.nihs Manauku. business at Junction City for sale. See Fob. 4. m m Jan. 29, 1897 wim. sell rough lumber and shingles as low tiH anybody. A. C. Sine. I ior Journal oiilcc. Mr. Win. R. Holly, wife of tho engineer, died at Lebanon Junction TuesFETCHLE day and was buried in Buffalo CemeWILLIAM SHELTON. President. tery yesterday. She was a duughter of the lato Capt. J. W. Carter, of Row- The Second Session of 1890 97 lntl(1 IlI1(1 was 27 years old. She had ON MONDAY, JANUARY 2GTH, 1807. bccn ln of consumption for some time, OPENS Asides her liusbantl she leaves vo For full iniornntiun about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, scitdfor our New Cain children including a old loguc. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUPLEY, Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky STANFORD COLLEGe. 11 two-mont- FOR SALE. WSfiffiW TJE - H5-- tr LAND FOR SALE. o-- e f"J (VMfttjsJirJr : ffirtrf & 11 a Ilustou-vllieatl)- 0. GIVEN AWAY Side-Hoards, I Town Property FOR ttrat-cl-- SALE!. In-do- Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, A . I d, WiE? iHlSSHS J. A. BEAZLEY Lancaster, Ky. ! PUBLIC SALE ! - Is Your Eye Siofit Faifino ? ---- t Craig & Hooker's- - Shu-make- r. tico-yt- ar m J. CRAIGS6 HOCKER, 00-ud- d m m FHRTC FOR RENT mmmmmmwmm!mmm CLOAKS! es-caj- sj haveile-termlii- rt pvrton-nlt- y i 3j Tuesday, 2, toll-cst- e, 1 8 VOO :g:c3:':oc, lu-(T- REMNANTS - m Table Linens m Fine Garrard Farm. g, Wednesday, Feb. mwmm:mmmmmmmmmm SEVERANCE & SOV. c IN-tkri- Back of IVIy Still r. Promises m m SALE THOMAS DALTON. - I to-nig-ht Thursday, Feb m " Dan-rille- d' B. K. WEAREN & SON -- I hi I I ( Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c. Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. e. BUiC-aRAS- l. u. I to-nig- aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV a r A. .. -j - A- - &.- - ' ""'IjUflHiE.1!"1 ymjnmip ''sw'wsisyyjiK.; V"1 ". EjpytWri-Fyr-- t. r FTT s iT" T T1 nl stsT Hi "' ' ft- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 3Pa."bliola.o3.',iGa&&3ro AT I WOMAN AND FASHION. Midwinter Bummer Stylos In Slrht Fashions Buttarfly Dacorn,- tlons-Wh- at They Say. HUMOR OF THE HOUR. Littlo Olftretico (with a rising inflection) Pa? Mr. Callipers (sternly) Thero, my fou; that will do for tonight. I do not know why the Script urea .should say that it rnins alike on tho just and ou tho unjust when in reality tho unjust usually havo tho just's umbrellas in times of need; nor why Krokonolo is called Krokonole; nor how, if n camel is cursed with seven stomachs, lie can toll to an absolute certainty which ono of them it is that aches; nor how many Italys of America thero aro in America; nor whether I should havo preferred to kiss Harriet Beecher Stowo or tho ikijhj'h too; nor why it is that tho less a man knows tho more ho is apt to think ho knows; nor why tho prettier and daintier a girl is tho moro likely her father is to look liko a baboon, nor anything of that kind nor of any other kind or character that could by tho most remote clmnco or possibility lie of any interest, uso or satisfaction to you, either now or at any timo in the near or remote future I haven't tho time, knowledge, inclination nor patience to answer any moro of your foolish questions aud if BRODHGRD. Our oil men havo now. reached a depth of "f)0 feet. Mr. .lames Muret, editor of tho Mt. Vernon Signal, was in our town this week in tho interest of his paper. Tho Hev. T. II. Burger preached at Hev. t lie Baptist ohureh on tho 2lst. I'orner, who is a student at Lexington, 1 A. 9. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, GARLAND SINGLETON oairrliays -- A-X St nil ford, Ky. Otllco ou--r JlfflE of Lincoln county, subject to the action WarandldntpforSilnorlnteiidonl of Public Schools otrailc party. ofthelcni Tho nirstprics of vrintor dress nro barely solved ero tho trumpet noto of charged. 3- - When not so paid CC.30 will lie warning that rammer is near comes in tho display of gingham, gauzy organdies, lino batistes iuul thin silka in tho Bhop windows. Winter goods liavo been superseded by tho irreprensiblo cotton shirt waists, dainty muBlins and parasols, in spito of tho fact that their timo K. C LOCAL TIME CARD. of nsofulnetis is threo or four months Train leaves Manfonl al 7 JO a. m. sndjreturns at distant. Tho new batistes arc far moro at 4:30 1. m. $2 PICK. YJCk.1 IN" V'CE" Mcllulierta' lrui Sloro In tho Owlcy Illlllillllg J. jctt I IIOLDAHI "lib U a cuinllilulo for Ase.ir of l.liusiln to ihouitlou of tliedeiiKHrntlc party mil 70 mi wn mi :; pro-dy K. No. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. No 25 No.' 2 1 Ko.'i6 " 21 Train " " goltifN)lii ' " " " "" South KlIiJP m :t 13 a 111 ....... .. 12 01 i m ... lJUInm . KorallPolut.s. tiiuough tickcts iia(!(sa(skciii:cki:u:tiiuoui.ii. For any Information enquire of JOUJS. HICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains p.i1JuncttonClty " follows: 3 3 p tu m No. 2 North No. t South .... 12 " " No. ," UW m " 0I " lWptn 1131am No 5 ." .. .6 00 a "I " 10 " 8 MJp in jfo. 9 : " no further than Junction City. All tr tins stop there. 3-- ?"am KENTUCXY MIDLAND RAILWAY. 2 30 v.v. a.m. 4 50 9 15 via c.i:ukui:tovn. Lvc. Somerset, 315 2) .10 6 03 jjl C3.5 8 claborato in pattern and coloring than any wo havo had before. Tho muslins and thin silks come in all over patterns, rather striking in effect, and there is a new si Ik warp barege, with dark grounds and conspicuous conventional designs, whioh resembles tho foulard silks of last summer. Among other suggestions for summer gowns mado in the New York Sun in this connection is tho fancy for tiny tucks, and thoo who desire to make up their thin gowns now can safely make uso of this fashion without any fear cf getting in too many, especially on tho bodico and sleeves, which aro both tucked round or up and down in groups or otherwise. Gauzes of every description aro mado up for dinner and party gowns, aud ribbons aro tho trimmings most employed. As tho bolero jacket shows no sign of being ousted from favor, laco and ribbon boleros bid fair to Absolutely Pure. figure larguly in thin summer dresses. Celebrated for IU ureal leavening siroigth aud Tho new skirts aro works of art in hcalthfiilne). Assures thj fool against alum and all forms ot adulteration s i common in the (hup tho perfection of fit which is required to brands. bring them up to date, Tho godeta aro Koval Umci.no Powder Co., New York. still hero, on a much smaller scale, and aro very carefully fastened with olastic to keep them in place. The fullness is drawn well to tho back, with very little flaro at tho Bide, and tho (it over tho hips should bo perfect. Tho Spanish flounce is used in somo of tho cloth gowns, and ono rather unique model of this sort in dark red cloth illustrated by tho authority quoted has a trimming WILL CURE at tho bottom and whero tho flounce lu"ycwl't!,1""'ayci. nnuc.vw.o.i'A. eorgelown, " Frankfort, (I ,. .. i'arU I.re Arr Arr ' Jet City Arr " 12 Oil Lrl0 30 BBS 'J M i'm. ft 1 a.m. 4 00 8!U 630 DRESS WITH bl'ANISII FLOUNCE. ROYAI till POWDER cover any good and sufficient reason why hired girls should bo called 'help. ' " DACGHTKHS of tho American InvNew York Sunday Journal. olution who will attend the annual convention in Washington, I). C, on A Fnblo Up to Date. In Once there was aviso mau who lived Washington's birthday should liear mind that tho Chesapeake & Ohio is in a small town. His neighbors declared that ho was it wonder, and he the only lino from Lexington and Cenwent about shedding information right tral Kentucky with through train serand left like a normal school. No such vice to Washington without change. brilliant man had ever stopped over iu Tho C. V O. has two limited vostibuled that town before, and his famo spread trains each way daily and tho time to daily. is several hours Finally he concluded that ho was and from Washington quicker in each direction than via any wasting his lifo in the small town, aud ho reoolved to move. "I will go to a other line, beside avoiding the many largo city," ho said, "where brains aro iwtty annoyances incidental to changmarketable. In tho country one might ing curs and dojKits, etc. Before making jus well be a clod. In a largo town I will any arrangement, get a map and time bo appreciated, and I will knock tho table of the C. & O. and compare the eyes out of all observers." advantages offered. Low round trip So ho bought a ticket, packed his padelegates. per grip, donned his linen duster and rates will be made for particulars write or will For further left the homo whero his wisdom wits unquestioned. Two weeks later ho re- on George W. Barney, division pas. turned. "When I reached Boston," he agent C. & O. By.. Lexington. Ky. confided to a friend, "I found that I JhicUin ..Iniitti iVitv. skimmed no milk ut all. Thoro wcro The iwhI wle In the world fr ruK, liruKm 8,000,000 men there and almost as wirw, ultvre mil rheum. feer tn, teller, l many parrots who knew moro than I hand., chllMalii oirlmund all skin It iltlvtly cureplleur imiay required. Ill did, and ono of tho parrots tried to sell ituarj itewl IorIo r money IVIw 2S.iUprUii. KorwiIehyW.il. mo a gold brick." Moral. An oasis is valued only be- Mcltohcrti, UniggUL cause of tho surrounding desert. Truth. Dr. King's AVir Jhscnrry or Contumption rliap-in-.- preached at the Christian church last Money to loan on lmpMetl city pnicrty or understand that ho has enSunday. the farms Iu Stanford and Lincoln Alcount) al twice a i! xTcent., iKiyahle I wll gaged to preach this year month at Mt. Vernon and once each at fiirnMi liiiili for public or ciiriratlon at othclnUt riiiim-ablKxtviitcir., Administrator, or (iiurdlaiu Am ai;ciil for foiirof tho lire iate Brodheud at.d Crab Orchard. Compautcs doing btiflncm In Kentucky and Mr. Christopher Woodull slipped a Midi lutronatfoof property holders In Stanfonl. ilolin! IukIiivm here. day from homo a few weeks ago and ono ItatcH same ai other coiiiluulen I.. VAltNO.N, At. WAI.L.U I. with this week. He came in bringing him a lieautiful looking bride that ho SJJEJiBY & SHELBY, had married at Now Haven, who was a Proprietors Miss Houoll. A grand reception was in waiting for them at Mr. H. Woodull's, LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE the groom's father, and many of his Junctioti City, Ky. friends greeted him on his return and Turuouu, prompt attcutlon, Tory of the many good things. partook reitaoliablo rates A ortloii of jour alniiaaa l Mr. Granville Owens, who is tho sollcliwl. It present Incumbent iu this magisterial district, he with ono other, being yon do not stop asking them off you go the only democrats now In otllco in this to bed by tho shortest trail. Understand? county, will bo a candidate for WORKS, TIN ISD SHEET "Of course I do, pa. But I wasn't goat the Novomlier election and as I ing to a.sk any moro questions. I was know of no better man nor one who STANFORD. KY., only going to toll you something. " would be likely to fill tho ollleo with Sole proprietor of Dean' HUk Iiismotid Kool "Well, out with it." for palntliu Intimate "Why, pa, I was going to say that any moro honor to himself and satis- Palnl. and Iron nN.jurnlnlied All SatUfattlon jtuaruiilc-metal people, I seo no nr palnlc.1 with IVun's lllack lilauiolid lalnl I have studied tho matter over and look- factory to the common warrantctl for ran. Dealer In lt--t Cl'lern l'iiiu Mr. anil(lalTatilr( Iron I llten, (ls'vanle. slid lllaik ed at it from every poiut of view that I reason why we should not Iron ltoonngof all kind.. can think of, without being able to dis- Owens. e U-- SAMUEL M. OWKNS t Isarandld.ilef.irsherlllof Llnonln rsHiuty, sublet tolheactlou ofthedetiKK'ratlc party. tt EMMETT McCORMACK Lincoln ii.unly, ub lsacsndldalofor lour Jctt tolheactlou of tho democratic jurly Is curneMly solliilnl support .rof !tl-- M. F. ELKIN Uacandldstefor tu the action of the democratic Awv.rof Uiiclu county art sub-J- t JOE T. EMBKV of Uncoln county, sub la a candidate for Jcct to the Billon of tho dcniocrjtlo piny and rarmstly asks your rirst-Cla- Assr suirt J. T. Jones, III C. G. BAKER uuly. sul-Is a candidate for Asscwor of Lincoln IhlJ'k to the action of tho denim ratle party 1ng thehoutherii end of the county is entitled loa llct of the pie, he on ak yuur iiiort. wo-xl- , WILLIAM MOKELANli the action of the democratic aily ) our supiwl. Is a candidate for subject AsH.irof IJnciln, ktudiy a.kto He ro-ele- ot 21-- tf Whin; Imm Crab Orchanl to Manlord I ali- ktepou hand aiupply of pUnk for frueliu All kliiil.iiflumber for luilldliu purium. alw Iwanlt ll l.'rwiii. .loicltnr any ailMenf and liuiy. this (x. kind All ritn drolrine f.Muv l'oH for idatik feme, X .i niul mllliit. or wlra mil fltltl flat ther want at my store tienr Cnlar Cnrs.on Ihit pike NOTICE lot iiurall I SAM W. MENEFEE Jnt of Isaiamlldate forMisrillilwum-rall-Uncoln rouuty, sub to the action ol the arl. iiearCwIsr ou me at my .MMfl.l.-roI. N in COAL I s knoasuppl) of all kinds oftVal, - Joti .augr r l I " su.fi as ji.i want ul Hie ltallnwl t rvwin i liuVotm Mlllstrwt stsl opinMlle lUdler Mill. mI Ky I am stilt Agsml for Palls llraneh NOEL & SOW, IN 'r Stanford; exrhsui Cumn DEALERS snd mv COHL, ami Hay Intea In .1.11 fc.M IIMHJISS. .Slant A Il Csl a.. I will lUllroadCroMiiiR, Ut of lSt, ii Kontuclcy. Jolt.N II. (. ti I, I IMI M (,1,rlinaiHlctiMi 0rn MONEY lV TO LOAN ox i.mpimm:i INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVKKPOOL. B&&BEB & G&STLEMH. MAN K.LUS. I AHMS ' p .mi "M."1I Iii Uurotn nmuly. K . "f"!...A,l',fw"i iVi iBlewt, m r.miiHl.4 W i . Itoom 17, Keii)blhllw. llvllle, Kv I'orbUnk ommeil..H il twrtlmr iMfcimw., IS'o, Iwiulreof J. N. .suiMlm. Attorney, Stan-lordKy. J. T. SUTTON, Uticlortolcer, - Ootnmcrco '.Building, Louiavilie. AKenUThnMiihoiit the Suulh. Hustonville, Kentucky. Wl COOKE'S SARSAPARILLA Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, Hud all diseases of the blood and ' " Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. '' Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, Wolford, Hustonville. VV.X. " F. B Twidwell, Hammond, Hubble. J. A. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee npes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. A Now Lanjruaffo. In tho courso of Mark Twain's visit to Egypt ho engaged two Arab guides and set out for tho pyramids. Ho was fiuniliar enough with Arabic, ho thought, to understand and bo understood with perfect ease. To his consternation, ho found that ho could not comprehend a word that oitherof tho guides uttered. At the pyramids ho mot a friend, to whom he mado known his dilemuuu It was very mysterious, Twain thought. "Why, tho explanation is Bimplo enough," said tho friend. IJ"eoli ThU l the Ul mullein In tli world for all f OflVr his services to the -- opI r. ...... ..?.... .tia nti.l nilil. iuul fur (liti.llllllillotl of lotllmsnd Cask- cure mid not snd Cavjy uiilie lull Hik It will Kvery Iwltle f. V.... .... ...nl f.ir Mrlumtillii nillirll. vtaslS)tou uaiHi Manager ii ....... 9 1. S. Carprulrr. .lire cure. Ne Nr till sots. U W. A. THIBBIsE, local Agent, Stanhokd, Kkstucky. J7l lllscoicry. uj they regulate "d tone the loinach and bowel- -. We truarnnlcti perfwt trial LoUth- at W. 11. rvturu moiioy lie .VX. slid gl. drurf .tore Itlalaj well to lake Ufel'llI-Icumirtltbii Willi I'r I'leaanl to takuauil unotoau.i wr hini; nuiKS.-tr- i D. S. Will sell at CARPENTER, HuHtonvllle, cot two . rei-ct- Farmers Bank&Tnist Co. OP "Plcaao enlighten me, then," said Twain. rW A NOVEL "Why, you should havo hired younger men. These old fellows havo lost their teeth, and of courso they don't After using horse cirs for 31J years, speak Arabic. They spe:ik gum Arabic, ' Philadelphia has discarded the last one Saturday Review. for electric cars. Savin a. An Irishman required a stovo for his ! kitchen, and, having heard that a cerIM on I will otter at priralcNile my Houwand tain mau had invented ono that saved with Malm'reet, half tho coal of an ordinary stove, he uaii church occupyliiK the Kinare from the C'hrU now until In Staiilord. ky , immediately purchased two of them. March Mh, County llourt day, and If not wild Milieu bidder ou the Ou his wifo discovering this sho angri- fore will tueti sell t the one of the lct built, properly .hiiiUk arranged propertir In the ly demanded tho causo of such extrava- Uaieiulilil and J. s. 111(1111., gance. Tho Irishman replied, "D'yo not .vaU, td Stanford, Ky. hi ono stovo saved see, mo honey, that if half tho coal, sure, then, begorrah, it'll bo two stoves that'll save tho wholo of it." Scottish Nights. at once and A Valuable J'rctcrtplhm. of the Worthluistun. lint , Suu IMItor Morrl-oi- i, a riduablc priwrlptlun In writes. 'VoU Kleetric Illllen. ud I ran cheerfully recommend a (ten fur constitution and lck heads he and It tonl-- lt ha tiu tud." .Mr. Annie er Chlcaito, w.i all SU'hle, . tfittaco drove .tiiiio run dow.i could not e- -l nor dlccM f"J, hd a u ik ami felt tired ml weary ache which nurerleft her hut als bottle of Klectrlo Illtttra he. lth aud renewed herMrctuth. l'rlcc 00c and SI. n--t a bolllo at IV II Mcltnlirrti' drug More. verv fine td, In every surrey lot w Mi If you want a Iwiyalu. call t.lll and get you a vehicle thai S CAIU'CSTKH one cut Hnle.Uncles areunder tint Tli shell iu STAMdlllt, KV. h.e Wl''K'tX"'t,fX1""r. Tali up CiplUl, Surplus. lteiii hr d, w. ItentUt, : 52W.CCO 00 17,603 60 s. sHH-E- TH&ntrr. -- Stanford, si : lCy. are a II proTltlons of IU charter, fully protected as are deltnrs In National lUuks. Individually liable lo Its shareholders Mini held st.xk therein al Ibeeitenloftho amount of their to theatuiaiiil In the ar Talue Ihcrvuf, Iu aldltlmi Ii may act as ciccutnr, , Tti-.-l In such shana. mlnlstialor, trustee. Ac. as fully a an Indltrldual Tnidt ring our thanks to thirf who lusncitlnist. e.1 their bu.lneM to us, e tnut Ihey will continue to do so, and wcofler a a guaraiitivfor prompt at in hank tentlon to same our 20 years' lug snd as nigral aixvminodalloiis as are unisl.linl with sound banking ico ileiltrs for sale: aid 1 ln-a- t Office on lailiraMer street niaacToss. J. J. Williams, rt. EARN MONEY. The XInKELL MAGAZINE wnntH Wh1 reHnhlungciiltf Iochii A verv vn for 6iib'criplion good rate of csh roininisslon will bo given, or bicycle premiums if preferred All innteriiil and sain pla copies furnished free. Apply at once. J.S 0sey,.Sr., WUIIsm J. J. S. J. I.mbry, .h, W II. Cuuimliis, Preat hersTille) J. H. Owsley. S. II Shank., ML Vernon; J. 1 - -. 1X1.) mi, N. Mcnefee. 11. Carpenler, ornctss. W M Shanks Prcsblelit. J II. OasJey, lahler, llrlght Telle r Town Lots For Sale. WltAr. The Nickell Magazine, 180 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP bl'ANPOltH, KV. (0 the popular MOM 1 L T" QMO MM0MOMMO1N1SIN1 MOIMOMiMISIMOMy OM01MM0IM0 X0 h 0MM0IM0!IV4(s M0MQM OMIM0 y LV I M0 OM0MAlJNl0!Nl a0(M0l(C! PMQINIVX)Ra0 OlMMOMOMIMHQ i MM OfjJ MOMMolM J. mm MM mM3MWiMaM mm G.l'.A., REED, Clilcajro. ma OKI A I JJ I - mm Il.r.A., K. II. I1ACON, JVoulavlllo. BNIM0M0MM0M0 woiMyiiyiM iJ. Kj&tgi sets in of figured velvet cut in bias folds. This also forms tho bodice, and tho chemisette vest is of plaited silk muslin with jabota of laco on either side. Novelties in outsido wraps aro rare things in midscason, but ono is reported wrath. "Becnuse, if ho were, Armour and the which is a combination of jacket and cape. It is tight fitting in tho back, it?3t would havo either smashed him cr pluited into a full basque at tho waist .taken him into tho trust long ago. " and crossed in front under a belt of Cincinnati tuquirer. black velvet. Tho collar is faced with Where They Differed. black velvor, and persiau lamb edges "Theory and practico aro different tho coat and largo cape sleeves. things," said tho professor. "Yes, indeed," assented tho medical Butterfly Decoration. theory, and I will Thero is a fad juat now for butterfly student. "I pay for Brooklyn Life bo paid for practice." decoration. Tho genuine article is demanded aud appears everywhere in the No Occasion For Alarm. hair, on hats, on gowns and onUido Moely Wraggs Thish yer paper says wraps, caught in folds of chiffon aud they've found microbes in soup. Wot is laco and lost in tho mazes of claborato u microbe? neck garnitures. Then, too, butterflies, Tuffold Itnutt Denied if I know. mounted ou invisible wires, aro mado to Wot's soap? Chicago Tribune. appear hovering and fluttering over and ' WlnB. around tho floral decorations of one's apartment. " Good can vasback ducks," said Riv- ers, "are quoted, I see, at $3 apieco. What They Say. How true it is that riches havo wings!" Along with the revival of tho colonial Chicago Tribune. stylo iu architecture thero has been an In Church. effort mado for tho revival of tho old With head bunt low and downcast eyes, timo door knocker. A picture of devotion nho. The rage for vaudeville, concert hall No thought of earth may hero surprlra Tho current of hur piety. siuging and Buch like, it would appear from tho Now York exchanges, is inThe rector's xolemn words nnd alow, creasing in privato houses. The Klud resixjiiiiod quickly read. The altar candles' softened kIow Winter millinery represents a riotous Bcera benedictions on hur head. combination of flowers and feathers, Yut lower still her head bba Lends. laco and color. Tho kncjlitiB flgure gently Nways Flower decorations aro very popular. As though tho forvent spirit tends To ccstanies of faith and praise. Ftuis aro small, and tho cinpiro and Louis Quinza are populoc styles. Out now her little hand steals dowc, Full cautiously and by degrees, Tho correct thing in wedding rings ia To pull her skirt and keep her.coTm a plain circlet with insido boveled, Froai getting baggy at the knees. Dttrolt News. made in 18 or 22 carat gold. I I I Competition Crushers. I" said Asbury Peppers. "Woy-le- r "Ball isn't half tho butcher you fellows mako him out to bo." "I'd liko to know how yon know so much," said tho patriotic boarder in r tale privately four Town lA)t offer in Miller Addition to Stanjord,one on corn-m- lrnn li.miM i)nZ iMueiutrr rtreit. con tainiiuj Sis Acnn, ;hx fctiru, crd, cittern and ntmhm room ana mu nockhi injrmi and ornamental tree; an unitnjirovnl lot aajoaiiniju,cantaniinij nearly i un .cren, one mutiny Miller fired, containing Four Unc Acre Acre; one on Whitley Avenue ami One Hood IM can beat 'I he mix and Four-Acr- e viilnt 1 not fold beore March 8. 1S07, county cuuit day, they will on that day be fold pub lid' in front o the court hounc door MJIH. I Summer Street, Capital Steele $100,000. Is Boston, Mass. TWICIi-A-WlSlS- Surplus $15,750. K COURIER (JOURNAL nd 12X11-WIS . ... 12KL.Y INTERIORdOURNAL FOR ONLY Wo have mado a Twlco-a-wee" k s n KATE Kits 1 o MILLER. V 11. Miller. $2.50. 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