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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897020201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV. IN THIS VICINITY. . Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 189 t. FARM AND TRADE, MT. VERNON, iti i NO. 86 John Drown was fro.on to (loath iti j Hell county. Tho assessment of Moroor county ! $l,41.r.,o:t2.n decrease of WOO.OOOugaliiHt Inst year. A distillery In Anderson county will bo rallied olT this week. Tho chances run from 1 font to ?l 10. A. 1). Ingram was substituted as committee for MIm Sarah Cueil by tho court at Danvillo Saturday. Mrs. Mary Moran, lined '!, died at Mlddlobu-- g last week from injuries received in a full some time ago. Since the failure of tho Southern Building & Loan Association at Knox-vlll- o six other Hlmllar institutional there have gone under. J. W. .tiring ban entered uion IiIh 11th month of an exclusive mtlk diet. Ho hat gained .11 oium1 and feels lct-toi r. Ilichmond Gov. Bradley refused to pardon Lee Bovlo. tho Garrard county boy, charg ed with participating In tho mob that est In .Mkilled Devoid and Mrs. arion. Itoglat. jjohn Trice, of Elmore, and MIks o, l'ombrook, drove to Clurkb-vlllToun., a distance of M miles, werojtnar-rled- with thy thormomotor below zero, to outwit their parents, and . and robbed of ill, and that Tom Hans-forand .John and .loo Chandler have boon held ovor till circuit court for the The l S. district attorney of Tennessee, says that tho failure of tho building anil loan associations at Knox-vlll- e was due to mismanagement and not to a supremo court decision, in alleged. The Echo says that the Peacock Coal Co's store at rittsburg was broken Into d roblx'ry. The Uoortor tolls of the death of Mrs. Helen Curd, mother of Capl. W. C. Curd, of Somorsot, In tho lUst year of her ago. Sho was a member of the Southern Methodist church anil a consistent, trusting Christian. On the rexrt of (Jen. I). II. Collier, who Investigated tho disreputable doings of the Uradlcy guards at Barbour-vlll- o Christmas and recommended it, Gov. Uradlcy promptly ordered the company to lw mustered out of service. Miss Annie Flnley, sister of Secroti.-r- y of State Charles Flnley, who went to olorado Springs for her health, died there Friday of consumption. Mr. Flnley was with her and brought tho remains to hor home at Williamsburg for Interment. Tho governor pardoned II. K". Ewoll, of Laurel county, Indicted for selling liquor to a minor. Tho minor proved to bo bo near of age that Ewell believed him so. Hut the question arises, what right had Ewell to soil liquor to anybody In Laurel? Thirty-siyears ago, Wash Morgan, of Hyden, Ky., bade his wlfo and nine and told them ho children good-Hywas going to Covington, to lw gone three or four weeks. Ho returned tho other day, having been to California. When ho left ho had nine children. He now has .'Mi grnndchlldron and a few C x o great-grandchildre- n. HOLL OF HONOH. Thin is tho Hoi I of Honor of tho Stanford public school for the ilfth month, ending Jan. Grade VI, Caswell Saulley, leader, SKI; Susan VnnArsdalo U; Mary and Susie Hatcher VI; James Phillip !0; Alfred Pence, Lawrence VanArsdale and Grimes Hcazley ST; Hen Helm 68; Mack Wallace S(i, and --- d.: Viu.-Arsda- lo Charles Wright M. Grade V, Ella May Nowland, leader, 02; Letcher Grlnstcad SS, and Hubert Woods 85. Grade IV, Frank BnrnottOI; Emmett Cabboll 112; Addlo Eastland IK); Myrtle O'Hannon 8'J, Hobertu O'Hannon 87; John Lasloy 8(1, and John Menefeo 8T. Grado 111, JohnnloSpIdoll, LeGrtindo Jones and Jim Hob Nowland l):i; Welch Hochcster and Albert Wallace l2; Clara Cooper 01; Herbert Carpenter and George Menofeo 89, Laura Dedmaii 85. Grade II, Hoseoo Spldull, leader, !K; Mattio McClary IM; Mary Hurch and Frances Cooper 1)2; Hosa Jones llf and Howard Withers IK). Grado I, Margaret Warren, leader, 1)1); Irvhi Newlaud and Clyde Withers 88; Fred Cook and Willlo Dedman 8(i. Grado P, Kato Pence, James 1C. and Georgo VanArsdalo 1)0. Average uttondanco M.M. Number enrolled 1M. Average mark 5)3. Mr. Grubbs will begin a pay school March 22d and solicits the patronage of all. E. L. Grubbs, principal, Miss Ethel Wright, assistant. Bachelor Allen, of tho Cynthlana Democrat, ahlvciing from head to foot, ejaculates: Ough ! How ono envies, theso cold nights, that young Tuxun who hua 15) wives. Ho ulao remarks: Wo henr a great dcul about tho Priucess Chlmay theso daya, but never a word ubout tho Prlnco'a ahlrt. T. S. Elkiu says that tho weather is Electioneer has 27!) descendants to Mr. Jas. Hobinson, of Middlesboro. "zoroy." his credit. Is the guest of Mr. Win. Weber. W. D. Walker, won of J. J. Walker, China Silk, two years old, won$l,-1)0- 0 Hockcastlo circuit court convenes has gone to Atlanta to make that city last year. hero next Monday. Woo to the lawhis future home. There aro 72 crosses represented In breakers then. Misses Mary and Georgia Milloron-tertaine- d Horeal'H pcdlgreo. The new residence of Mr. A. PenFriday evening, giving a Pence tc Dawes bought In the East nington will be a handsomo structure. "Mother Goose" party. Every one was End 18 steers at 3c. The v vounir nnmiln were p.. ......- w.u w irlvnn iinlmm. rihighly delighted and the occasion will W. II. Murphy sold in Cincinnati last ant party by Mrs. H. E. Thompson Fri- be long remembered. week a car load of hogs at 3c. day evening in honor of tho presence Mr. James E. Austin, a worthy farCorn, corn, corn. Highest market of Miss Annie Alcorn in town. mer, aged 70 years, died of pneumonia price p.iid for corn. Noel k. Son. Elder Farrar, who will preach for at his lioiiiL-- about three miles from Tho price of wheat has dropjiod from the Christian church hero the 1st nnd town on Thursday. The remains were 80c to 72 at Chicago in a week. :il Sundays, will also preach for Broil- interred in Lancaster Cemetery on FriO. I', Huffman bought of George B. head and Crab Orchard churches. day. Wearen a bunch of fat hogs at 2Jc. j Mr. H. L. Brown, of Level Green, is Tho otllcialri under tho present State A wineHiip orchard near Granby, Mo., studying law with Williams & Wil- administration seem to be called to ac- ylelded its owner last year $230 an acre. Hums. Mr. Win. Childress, of n count for their misdeeds more fre 2:01)1 as a sire heads the list do, is In Loulsviilo studying medicine. quently than under democratic admin We have heard of three candidates for 131W, having put 15 in the 2:30 list, istrations. There are more rontons for for the republican nomination forjudge, O. P. Iluiriuiin bought of Thomas it and all we have to do Is to see, laugh Ashlock a small lot of butcher stun at .Messrs. Mulllus, Bethurutn and Lair. and say nothing, Tho last two gentlemen have already Miss Virginia, tho bright little 2ic. A calf with three eyes and three nos- tilled theollice most creditably. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jones. Attorney C. C. Williams gained a uteil at their homo in Chirk county trils is a freak just born in Carlisle victory Jan. 23, whencourt of appeals Wednesday. Tho remains were brought county. The Howling Green Courier says 0 alllrmed tho decision of tho lower court to the residence of J. G. Sweeney, who granting tho widow of James Kelly is the father of Mrs. Jones, and were or M) mules were sold there court day at $10,000 in the suit against the L. & N. interred In the Lancaster cemetery Sat fir, to $130. Miss Alice Lewis is visiting friends Edgarbert, 22$, brought J00 at the urday. Danville sales. Day Time, a bay geld- in town, but is seriously considering a Miss Puttie Lynn, tho change of residence, expecting to go daughter of II. M. Halloa and wife, ing, sold for 22.". H. C. Dodd, of Jessamine, told over into the mercantile business in Kansas drank some medicine which had been in the near future. The many friends prepared for the eyes, and for some 300 horses and mules In Charlotte, X. of Elder Stephen Collier will be pleastime it was thought that she could not C, at 30 to 100. F. Held sold his tobacco in LoulavUlo ed to know that he likes his home in recover from tho elTects, but the pubTexas and has charge of a good congrelic is gratified to know that she is now last wool; at l.f() to .i.j. He will gation. tobacco. raise no more all right. Hays Mullins, a sou of Squire Mul-linVillage Farm has live stallions with Mr. William Hurton, a wealthy arwas shot and Jki lied last Saturday mor In thin county, always kept bin records of 2:07, 2:03, 2:03, 2:11, night by his companion. Jonathan Dainnh about, his person or residence and 2:1 H, averaging 2:0.)J. BenzloyJJsold to A. eron, more familiaiiv known as Z Boy Einbry ami James was frequently reproved by his friends $S.'t and a Laugford, at the home of Liz. Mer- for doing m, having considerable sums C. Hobtnson an aged mule for ricks, near Brush Creek licport says yearling mule for 20. lias been at times, but dneo Secretary E. A. Tipton says that tho that a conversation over the cold weathrestored and some bunks have failud, er lead to the rash and fatal deed. and stocks are depreciating, it is purses of the Montana circuit this year Daineron stated that while in Missouri thought that "Uncle" Hilly is a good will amount to $l"0.000. bought at public ho had soon a man start from tho well H. G. Whitohousc tluaucler. with a bucket of water and before e Tho time lias come to ignore a d infer sale In Anderson 30 head of reaching the house 10 feet distunttho ence between democrats, on any Nsui', sheep at an average of i't.'Si. U'lltl.l l'flJ fl'nl.tl ll'ill Mlllltnc Iflllrrli. especially when the olllco sought has T. M. Hoono sold in Cincinnati a car I....I i uiiiiu ki;u, nit i ..I, wuo uonovo in i ...t. i...,, nothing to do with that issue, and nom- load of hogs at 3 to 3c. He also sold iiii stand on your heads." Daineron that inate candidates that can win next No- some butcher stun at 2 to 3c. Underwood lought of J. W. said. "You mean to say that I have Col. vember. We can opioso tho nominalied." Mullins said, "That's what you tion of any man. but when he gets his Crutchliold a !. hands mule for 7r have," whereupon Daineron seized a name under the rooster all democrats and of J. W. Eubanks a cotton mule pistol lying near, and shot him in tho should hiip'Mirt him, or stop claiming for SCO. killing him instantly. Tho farms of J. II. Hawkins in Scott neck, to be democrats. 180 acres to his widow at Georgo and James Story, tho two were sold, MATRIMONIAL. "1 and the other of 211) acres to Geo. young men who were arrested for steal Tom Henderson, a widower of 87, was ing turkeys from George Brown, were Graves at ."0. II. J. D.irstsold ono of his big bay married at Fairview, 111., to Miss Mary discharged by Judge Hurnsido on Sat urday, the proof being Insulllclcnt, al- horses, privately, at Danvillo, last week Ellison, aged 8o. Jacob Ililler and wife, of Elkton, though the Impression is that they are for $1.V). Those that ho put up at aucguilty. Ono of tho turkeys wits before tion failed to bring what he expected Mich., have been married- nearly SS years. lie is 107 and she 10o. tho court and had Mr. Brown's mark. ami were taken down. Thomas Heath and Miss Elizabeth It had been sold to Mr. Fox, of the Anderson Carr sold privately at Danfirm of N'orthcott & Co., but he wasun-abl- o villo his pair of black geldlnga for$325. Faulkner, lioth of Somerset, wero mar$200 for ried at tho Palace Hotel In Cincinnati tohtato that they had sold him the He had frequently refused ono of them, which was by M. S. Baugh-man'- a last week. turkey, ho having been hero but a George Dictator. Joseph Boxcll, of Dundee, Ind., callshort time. John Bright, Jr., sold at Fauleoner's ed his sweetheart to the door, shot her Luke Shearer, a toll gate keeper on the Lexington road, and John Estes sale to C. H. Harris, of Lexington, his and then put a bullet through his brain, SHVi. Anfulling dead at her feet. met in town on Thuixlny and engaged combined brown marc for derson Carr rcftibod $315 for his pair of Granny White, colored, said to have In a knock-dowlight over tho payment and rates of toll, Estes having blacks and T. T. Lackey sold a horse been 121 years old, died in Madison last week. Sho claimed to have had a traveled ovor the Lexington road. Tho for $78. At T. L. Crow's sale of trotting stock distinct recollection of tho old fort at He pasted and repeated blows followed. $27 to $150. Boonesbo rough. Estes used a knife, but it suaped and in Jessamine horses sold at Noatwood, a stallion by Nutwood, A numerously signed petition will bo was they were separated. Shearer moved to slightly bruised on the head and Estes brought $270. Mr. Crow has George, presented to tho Indiana Legislature Lexington and wlthh is son, asking it to suppress that nul&ance has a black eye. Shearer gave himwill open a training stable. known as the matrimonial steerer, now self up to Judge Hui'iisidoand was lined Funis & Hardin sold to Jim Munday nourishing in . $.". Ho said that he did not desire to 22.VK)iind brood sow at 3e; to J. W. Is still at a Mr. Estes ai.d ho sow and 20 shoats at 3. 10 and Politics and Monky. Judge Wallargo, although the county attorney Eubanks a to E. P. Woods two large hogs at 2.1)0. lace E. Varnon was in Cincinnati tho heard all the testimony, and there were Thev boii'dit of S. W. Glvens a lot of other day, when he told a Cincinnati o her witnesses who made statement butcher stulY at 2e. Enquirer man that he thought the beforo the court. This Is not a toll Cattle exports from this country din- democrats of this county would get togate raid, but a poivonal ditllculty. ing 1811(1 wero.'IODJliead, against 271, gether for the election of a democratic (12!) head for 18D5. Live hog exports in county ticket. "Times are improving 181MS were COO less than in 1895 and HUBBLE, but our people need money. An Eas15S pounds of butter, as compared tern firm of capitalists recently wrote lco houses are all tilled. with 13,1)2.",0!I7 iHJunds In 18115. mo to place $."0,000 In our favored reH. L. Hubble Is out again. Col. Hico J. M. McHoberts and son, II. J. gion on llrst-clafarm and other real Is thought to be some better. will go into tho hog business estate mortgages. I placed a small adGeorge Wood has returned from Vir quite extensively. Thoyj,wlll handle vertisement In the JOUUXAL. and was ginia with a good bunch of cattle. Hod Jersey mostly and have tho Jerry Hoss, of color, an aged and re- - just Duroc a lino sow from an India- deluged with mail In response after tho received llrst appearance of the advertisement, Hpected citizen of this community, died na party, for which they paid about as showing that people need ready money. Friday morning. much as u drove of ordinary hogs Tho lint only wanted 0 per cent semi Tho pale of Spencer Ilubblo was post- would cost. annually, and I have already placed a poned on account of tho cold weather good sum." "What aro you goln to till Thursday next. A Maysvillo special says: The fado about redeeming your democratic Mr. John Asherest, of Somerset, Is mous "belled" buzzard, seensoofton In putting cider in many of our farmers' 'his section of Kentucky, was shot and district from republican rule?' was mouths by showing them nico nursery killed at Logun's Gap. Tho bell prov- asked, when tho judge replied: "It looks llko Hon. James B. McCreary is goods. ed to be a small cow bell with tho date about tho only man who can bring it Tho Christian church hero has de ltkSl engraved on it, and was attached cided to call Elder W. F. May, of Ma- to tho bird by a leather strap, which into line again. Ho was a gold demorion, to preach two Sundays In a month had worn all tho feathers olT thejblrd's crat, but ncqulesced in tho voice of the National convention, and unido speechthis year. neck. es for the ticket. Ho Is u conservative Some of our noted roosters which Miss Maud Stulnaker, the only perhave alurmed thin town for many morn son who succeeded In passing a sovero man, nnd very safe In indltics, business ings wore found dead with a lump of civil service examination for tho olllco and all things. He never failed to carice in thotr bills, which was no doubt of translator of modern languages in ry the district, and represented us for caused by by their oITort to discharge t,ho adjutant general's olllco in Wash- 12 years." their duty In such frigid weather. ington, has been rejected on account of Tub item that wo published about H. M. Spoonamoro has about recov- her sex, tho adjutant general being de- tho return of tho McHoberts book ered from being thrown by a horso and termined not to appoint a woman. has been going tho rounds extengone home. Mr. Tom Green haa movLovoll Whitesides was killed by Bai-lo- y sively. This is what tho Norfolk Vired his family to Uurgin. His tobacco Edison on tho public square at ginian says: "Just 105 years ago a crop was put on tho market last week Franklin. Early in the evening the Kcntucklan borrowed u book from a and rejected at about 3 cents on an a inun met and quarreled when Edison friend and tho Atlanta Journal in no orago by Mr. Minor. cut Whitesides witli a razor, who went ting tho fact says that last Saturday it olT and armed himself, killing his an- was returned to u member of tho ownThat woman schemes in various ways tagonist on sight, of tho borer's family by u graud-soIs u fact you need not doubt; is a flno art in A big malt warehouse at Cincinnati rower. Sho pays her calla on balmy days, Kentucky." When all other dames are out. was destroyed by fire. Loss $330,000. - Faffs Branch Coaf. We are now Solo Agents for the celebrated Falls : V - til ic. can furnish any other coal desired. Bnnch Will Coal and J'Jl JS Jtjj Take Farm Products In exchange for coal. Call and hoc us before buying. Yon Money, , i '; Wl ! Wo will Save M .T.V ill H J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. t-i- . Orlan-Allorto- j A REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. INTERIOR JOURNAL BUILDING: ARTIAL LIST F AHilS FOR SALE. Farm No. 1 Sltuntnl in Lincoln county, Ky., near IHx Hire, containing 210 ncrei, with a tine, laiv lirlck dwelling, two pxxl liarns, all nwewary cittluIMIi!K, nil uinlcr frxA fence; flue orchanl of nlttut XX) trees mailu from a careful and prudent .election of aiflliiutcil varieties. Thin farm It In a high state of cultivation and will rnxlure In quail, ty anil quantity that of any farm in Lincoln counuere; tenus easy. ty Price SID Htuatcxl In Lincoln county, Ky., :VW Hcn- - well ImproTcd all under fence, well watered, line ot tlmli-r- , 7.1 acre of rher liottoui, In fine condition for any Mini of farming tirodudii Price SIS iht acre, cah In hand, balance in and 2 yean. No. 2. lr rplendld turnpike nnd between town and splendid dwclllui; bam nnd all ncccMary outbnlld-ln- s, amnio water for both domestic and stock purposes. This farm is all under good fence and inn high stato of cultivation, In fact Its producing qualities are llrst class and second to none In tin; county; In addition to this It Is contiguous to the city, which Is a Meting in the way of being cloo to the tinccducatiou.il and religious facilities. Price 510,-(- ., half cash, balance In 1 and 2 years. toll-gat- lly one-tlil- 1 j No. fi. Contains lf,7 acres, 4 miles from Crab OrfiO acres of rlne river bottom, which Is now set in clover ami timothy; tome limber and under good fence, moderate improvements and never falling water. The Uittom land Is well worth S:W) er acre. Price for whole farm Sl.lKW, one-ha- lf cash, balance lu 1 nnd 2 eam. chard; s. Nn. n. ("ontalm 130 acre. Rood improvements excellent water, fine apple orchard nice location Aery productive, ahout 5 miles from Stanford. Price J. 1,001 1. No. 7. NearCrab Orchard, containing IX, acres, well Improved In every particular and nicely loca- ted. Prlco $1(5 per acre; terms liberal. Situated In Lincoln county and contains acres, all of which U fine, productive river with fplcndld Improvements, all under Rood fence plenty of never r.illlm; water and will produce, tine hemp, tobacco and corn. Price $2,7W; terms iiy. No. I !k" lot-to- No. 2S. Contains 4iV) seres, fine brick dwelling with h rooms, splendid larn and all outbuilding', volumes of never failing water together with a that will give s.itifactIou lu the yielding of any kind of farm products. Mtiuted on good pike, close tu school and clmn.li. Price SIS per acre; eay terms. two-stor- y Fur-nMied, pro-qnjrit- Land Kvcursions conducted. Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Kents Collected W lite to J. II SOWDKR, Stanford, Ky. high-grad- , A I S3S5kZaS UHDGRCAKinG BY I I m u I J. C. M'CLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. sC - Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky. iv ?4l t n mMmWismM, Best Work, Lowest Prices, Prompt Deliveries. -vi SY sSu 'iKT1 mi 3fc CJ M - sa m 3H xfi -- ij' P? ESCRIFTION DRUGS And PHARMACY. Give us a call JolTorr-onville- We solicit a share of your patronage. pro-coti- to ri i?A & TOILET ARTICLES W. B. MoB.OBER.TS. 20,-!)!)- ss A I jlrWaI WORD TO YOU JFARRtS A HARDIN, first-clas- Infant and Invalid Foods. Fresh stock always on linnd I During the year just closed we have tried 'hard to serve you will and we believe we have succeeded, "Good Goods at Low Prices," is our motto and "Fair Dealing to All," our watchword, For your patronage in 1896 we are very thankful ana promise you to do all in power to merit a continuance of it during the year just begun. Our btock of Groceries, Hardware, Chinaware, Dry Goods, SHOES, &c , was never more complete and our prices are in correspondence with the hard times. s dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel when you come "Get a o town. Special dinners on courts and public days. H. C. RUPLEY, TME MERCHANT TUL0R-- - -- Is Receiving his- - jW rj 1 wjWTBPjTfi 1 11 ri fi t'i af J n ufir Book-kooi- or All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. t - - MTnlTflDTflB 1 STANFORD. Ky., has bolccteil threo mcm- THUD NAT hers of his cabinet and they huvo JUUllImL ccpted. Senator John Sherman, of Ohio, will bo secretary of State, Ly- man J. Gage, of Illinois, secretary of FED. 2, l897,tho treasury, ami Gen. Kuw.cH A. Al- I McKlN'LEY W. P. WALTON. Tin: Louisville Critic dlneunts on tho wonderful works of politics, taking K. C. Linney for a text. A few months ago the subject of the sketch was poor printer, but he was elected State Senator to succeed Kozel Welssenjer and his star immediately shot upwards. He at onco entered the list of applicants for public printer, ami fell to ad vising with Gov. Bradley, Muj. and other great men as to their duties. It is wonderful indeed how much influence a man elected to oflico attaches to himself and how much greater ho is considered by tho men who elected him. Offlce seeming to be the great object of existence, those who attain it at onco begin lo regard themselves ns superior beings and thero arc a great many fool people in tho world who look upon them as such, when really they aro servants, most generally of an inferior order. 11 Mc-Kitil- cy $$&& Y'iSPTBt" -- Aw Hv couploof columns ofZdoublc leads. Editor Henry "VatteiMn in tho Courier-Journof Saturday shows decided inclination to come down from the high horse ho has been riding and indisposed to contrlbutelhiH nilto to harmony with big "II." Get thee to tho OroKint Bath a Rooms, O, recalcitrant Henri, take Turkish bath and try to sweat out the last vestage of republican taint from your corpoiwlty. If you don't succeed, do a llttlo like a certain statesman threat ened, or anything to get mi 01 11, mm when j on have we democrats, who did me.-- s of not foil our birthrights for a smell, may pottage and thon'not got a listen to your overtures. IN a al 11 11 blood-lottin- g, BUSSKLL A. ALOpa. out, what a good many honest people have been thinking for a long time, that "the city is honeycombed with official corruption." It found 15 in dlctmonts against aldermen, policemen, contractors and others for bribery, operating wimbling games, extorting money, obtaining money under false pretenses, conspiracy to aid in false prosecution, &c, and only quit tho work when time was up. When It is remembered that Louisville Is under republican rule, tho surprise will bo modified, but how so much otflciul corruption could have so long continued Gov. Rradley has filed a iwrsonal its past comprehension. It is a sad brief in the cases in which the court of state of affairs, but Louisville deserves appeals decided that the attorney genmost of what she has got for turning eral had unlimited authority to employ her bac1 on democracy. counsel in the Franklin circuit court Lyman J. Gage, president of tho asking for a rehearing. A perusal at First National Bank of Chicago, has of the document shows to a lay mindarc least that the law, reason and right accepted tho treasury portfolio under McKinley. He is a business man en- on the governor's side, and any other tirely, never having dabbled much in construction of the statute would and pjlitics nor held political office. A work an Injustice to tho entail a loss of many thousands of dolnative of Now York, he went to Chicagengo in I800 and took tho position of lars on the State. Tho attorney for a lumber eral lives in Franklin and he ought to bxik keeper and teamster qualifirm. His merits were soon recognized possess, if ho does not, sufficient State's cases and ho rose rapidly In tho estimation of fications to manage the business men until he was made presi- there, without employing assistance, dent of tho largo bank he now practi- oven if ho had the right under the law. cally' manages. Ho was one of the It is a remarkable fact that the probackers of tho World's Fair and a guar- prietors of the Richmond Register, unantor that .Chicago would put up til now, have all had a color for their 810,000,000 for It. Tho republicans genslrnames. It was first Brown, then erally do not like this appointment and Green and for a short timo White. All for that reason it may be said to be a have joined tho silent majority and tho good one. . present proprietor, R. W. Miller, has of Kentucky, had the interior of tho new quarters THE attorney Jgeneral who holds office by the grace, of Gov. painted In brown, green and white, in Bradley, is a very Junappreciative per- memory of them, the green largely preson. Everybody who knows anything dominating, as tho lamented Francis about politics knows that but for Gov. Marion Green vas the longest in Bradley's long and uphill tight tho re- charge. publicans would not now be in power in Some of the gold democrat fools are Kontucky and.Mr. Taylor would still laying tho flattering unction to their be a briefless lawyer, in place of drawappointment of Gage to ing a fat s:ilary. Instead of standing sauls that thoof tho treasury Is a recogdesert- bo secretary by his maker,however, he has of them, but Gage himself puts a nition ed him for Hunter.and pinned his faith ho nev e statesman. Ho will damper on it by asserting that to the er voted the democratic ticket in his lose and he will deserve to lose for his for Mr. Cleveingratitude, and that will bo the end of life, but once, and then land In 1884. A drowning man will him. catch at straws and so will the worse Mks. Canthill. Is on tho war path than drowning boltocrats. with the Scotts, of the Lexington AsyThe statistics of crime for 181MI show lum, as her game. She scores it in to Dr. Scott and literally roasts his sons, that 10.tio2 murders were committed Thomas and Ethelbert, on a grid iron. during the year, and that thero were Mrs. Cantrill says her sister was sub- 122 legal oxecutions and 131 lynching jected to tho most outrageous indigni- during that period. With the number ties and injustices, while incarcerated of murders so great and tho legal exein tho asylum, but exhonorates Dr. cutions so few, thero is little wonder Ilhorer from every charge mado against that tho mob spirit is abroad in the him. Mrs. Cantrill has shown before land. Give us more hemp and there that she Is a bad woman to run up will be fewer homicides. against and tho Scotts will fully eon-cThe Covington Commonwealth Is to in the charge before she gets be congratulated, the fraternity is to through with them. bo congratulated and the public will bo Sherman has declared for Hanna to gratified to know Laurie J. Blakcly, one succeed him in the Senate from Ohio of tho brightest editors and the genand says that ho is not only qualified, tlest and best of men, has resumed his but his services to the party eminently old position. Since ho quit, the Com monwealth has been very much like deserve such recognition. Senator says nay, however, and as his tho play of Hamlet with the principal man, Gov. Bushnell, has the appoint- character omitted. ing power, we shall see what wo shall IN Greenup the other night John see, which will probably bo the apWingo and Thomas Bradley wanted to pointment of Hanna. Republicans may with tho same girl at tho same whet their knives for each other, but dance time. She showed her preference for when It comes to the cutting point they whipped out a quit. Only democrats make fools of Wingo, when Bradley pistol and shot him dead. He Is now a themselves by cutting their own fugitive from justice and realizes doubtthroats. less what a fool a dog In tho manger is. Senator Doijois, of Idaho, one of The removal of tho collector of in the four men who followed Teller out convention at St. ternal revenue at Cincinnati by Mr. of tho republican Louis, because it refused to adopt a Cleveland is a very small piece of busi free silver plank, has been turned down ness. It Is cliargea tnat nc asscsseu by a farmer populist, of whom little Is his subordinates for political purines, known, except that his education is of but the real reason seems to bo thut ho the most rudimentary nature. His gave a very cordial support to tho Chi name is Henry Heitfleld, he was born cago ticket. in St. Louis In 18oi) and was a democrat The Sunday Star has bought tho prior to becoming a jwpulist. Tho populists in elect- Sunday Truth and the- two Louisville democrats joined the ing him, the vote standing M for him sheets will hereafter shlno together with Brent Altsheler as editor, with to U0 for Dubois. pure democracy as tho illuminant. THE Nevada Legislature has passed Two ladies, Misses Nora Wilkereon a bill to permit prize fighting and is not good for and Cora Nelson, aro candidates for suState now that perintendent of schools in Clark. something to speak of. tax-payers The grand jury at Louisville finds ger, of Michigan, secretary of war. Tno latter rose to a colonel In tho army and was brevetted BrlgadlerGeneral for "gallant and meritorious services." He served ono term as governor of Michiof gan and one as commander-in-chie- f Ho is largely engaged tho G. A. R. in the lumber business nnd during the boom at Middlesboro he went to that section to prospect. While there tho Kentucky Press Association met In the then Magic City and Gen. Alger was invited to be a guest of honor. Ho accepted and gracefully responded to a toast, in which ho mado some war-lik- e reference to England, which was promptly resented by their representative, the then great and only Arthur. Gen. Al ger is a fighter and If ho is allowed to dictate the policy of the administration it will be a jingo, with a big J. THE Bowling Green Courier inveighs against tho effort that is being made to have the governor Include In his call for an extra session of the Legislature apa bill for the relief of tho court of rest of us, peals, and thinks, with the that If the'overpaid judges would work Instead of taking so many recesses they could easily catch up. The court of appeals should work as other people do. They are paid more than thoy are worth and they should give their time honestly to the duties of their high position. POLITICS. The Alabama Legislature has repeal . Go at ono third their nctual value, only 5c yard now We include t...11..a .iKufntrt -ii cd tho Australian uauu.. in.!,,,,.!, ..,..., .i.v u Cairo gives una salary of 2.,uw . ,.i .i,j..i. ,...vw.. nn. or. O. P. Alford, assigned last week. ,...,,--v.iu-,,,.,- take the trcasurysu.j-- , , w. inPP.. ... 11V 4tlj rfT ly $S,000. ), murderer of tho Sawyer family, father, s..n.itr Souire. ol vwning""'t Of all kinds in this great drop We will sell all wool one ynrd - mother and son, was hanged baturday. been turned down by George r. lurwido real Shaker at 25c yd. A few more of tho George B. Rolvsrts, president ner, a silver man and Judge Pennsylvania railroad, died at his hiw elected c...u home in Bala, a subnrbof Philadelphia. Josonh Earle to succeed Mr. Irby Malsom McAuloy was thrown irom the United States bunuic. no is m. from his sleigh against a telegraph pole and Instantly killed at Alliance, O At from 50c to $1 50, worth double the ninoiitit. Lidles' and Geni Tiirihnvo been .100 applications for a mountain mm iuiri iiirt('iivtrtii in ..- . . tlemen's eight cabinet positions and thumen Alaska which is 20,000 feet high and tho who will be appointed are doubtless has tho loftiest summit on this Contiamong those who have tiled no applica- nent. tions. A girl named Amanda Jenkins and Ladies' all wool Skirt Patterns aro greatly reduced Jean, Ciixsi The Cincinnati Enquirer wiys that her babe, which was iwrn In tho woods meres and other Pants Goods are in this great drow Now Is tho withdrawn from the Sena- of Orange county, Ind., were devoured Hanna has beht time of the year to buy a now torial race in Ohio and will horoaftor by hogs. and the knife to make war to the knife o It has been decided at Madrid to tho hilt against Foraker. stead aj- Gen. Weylor, and In his It is exacted that 10,000 persons will lolnt (Jen. Azcarraga, the present partake of the inaugural ball supper. minister of war. And other Winter Clothing, as we do not want to carry them over A temporary kitchen has been erected ho come and get the biggest bargains you ereroaw. Mrs. Mallnda Hill, aged SO, was burn at an expcnBO of 32,500 and 30,000 piec- ed to death at Jackson, O., while try es of sliver and 10,000 napkins will bo ing to savo her blind daughter, who required. And all for what ? was also cremated. Cox, of Tennessee, has introduced a Mrs. Cline, who has recently become 200,- A UltllAXSKV A QO , lWaiirroKs. bill In Conirress to appropriate Insane at Caseyvllle, Ind., Imagines 000 to reimburse Confederate soldiers that she is in hades and vividly de T. D. HANKY, Makaohu or their heirs for tho loss of horses ami scribes the place. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hsrdstown, Lawrenceburg, Pynlhlana, Vc rstaillc, other property taken by force In violaThere was two inches of snow and Georgetown, Kliiabcthtown, Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. of Lee's surrender to tion of the terms ice at BUoxl, Miss., which is on tho Grant. Gulf Coast, something never Been in Mr. Cleveland's punishment of those the locality before. who saw tit U Federal The University of the South, at support the democratic ticket last year Tenn., has been given $00,000 to inIs severe and unjust, but those who bo used for building dormitories by G. vited his displeasure will find quite an Hoffman, of New York. honorable distinction In tho future. A colored woman of Atlanta, Ga., N. Y. Journal. named Lillie Williams, has lost her In the House, last week, the contest- mind through the excessive uso of ed election case of Yost againstTueker snuff, which sho chewed. -was decided In favor of St. George i Samuel Palatka, arrested on achargo Tucker, the democratic sitting mem- of causing tho Cahaba river wreck, in ber from the 10th Virginia district. which 27 lives were lost, wa dischargThe cae was so plain that several re- ed on his examining trial. publicans voted to seat Tucker. A bill has leeri introduced in tho Dr. Hunter's friends at Frankfort Texas Legislature prohibiting tho manthtnXr tin. Doctor has been summoned of pistols in the State and prothe position of ufacture John Clark Rldpath, tho historian, has been mado editor of the Arena Magazine. n Capt. John O'Dell, the oldest In Kentucky, dropped dead In Louisville. A train was held up by bandits In Oi egon and tho express car was looted and burned. Mrs. Amelia B. Post, one of tho lending female suffragists of tho West, died In Wyoming. A doctor at Corinth says he Used on his grip patients since Christmas day l.'.O ounces of quinine. Philip Lynn, town inurshul of Brooklyn, 111., was sentenced to Hi years' for murder. Louis Ericson, of Corsica. O., who is b.tt 10 years old, Is (5 feet ,'t inches high and weighs 173 pounds. Willie Millimeter, aged 10. fatally shot his motner at Bueyru , P., with a gun ho didn't know was loaded. At Goshen. Utah, Bartholomew Race shot and killed his wife, who was sick ih bed and then killed himself. Katie and Dollle Miller, aged 15 and 17 resjHictlvcly, were struck by a train at Vincennes, Iiul.,, and killed. 0 Congress refused to appropriate to pay tho exjwnses of tho West Point cadetH to tho Inauguration. Examiner Tucker makes a damaging report on tho affairs of the defunct First National Bank of Newixirt. Gov. C. F. Alford. father of steam-boatma$2,-50- k Big A .. tiler ilrnn ...Q H Drop.S SB r W ut tint Ijinlxvilln Stunt ..- Tin lnrrriirv,, (lniliDod oillv - ii-- lU-- ili.i.n.ca iiml ui til Mint ia mil ixuiiit tn ntirx Winlnr wiih Into til coming yet Spring Is so closo athiiiid we fiml we Iihvo W loo Many Winter Goods IV ! rn Wt I For this time of the year and thorcforo have decided to drop our , . ,n . ..... .. . .. . ... . nr. . t hiiiku prices in your iiivor. inn iu pur ccm. inn uvvn o 'vr ran iu ...l. room for our bitntiK block. In i 0 N t 1 DRESS GOODS We mention only a few articles to prove the fact thnt wo really have dropped prices All wool b'nckSergo, 45 inches wide, worth 75c , now 50c. yd All wool black figured Suiting, 31 inches wide, worth 00c. now 40c yd All wool black auk blue Henrietta, worth 50c. now 25c yd. All wool fancy figured Suiting, worth 50c, now 30c yd Half wool fancy figured Suiting wortli 25c, now loo yd. V jice hir)c of Plaids I - :h" .t.i. . Ex-L- t. - - ..,-.- 1 Q FLAIMN lawycr-iopulls- t. pinii 1 COMFORTS antl-Tillman- ....... a AND BLANKETS S!UNDERWEAR' OVERCOAT -- de-los- a Knii-nenco, 3 THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. otllce-holdcr- H Sc-wan- LOOK AT THIS. 600DS TO GIVE AWAY. Fine Decorated Bowl and gum-sho- postmaster general. Other gossip lias it that he has been called before the for tho discussion of the president-elesituation in Kentucky. senatorial Friday was Maj. McKinley's ."4th birthday. Nino presidents were young-.- ! than Mai. McKinley at the time of their Inauguration Grant at 17, Cleve land at 48, Garfield at 41), Pierce at 4J, Fillmore at 50, Polk at r0, Tyler and Arthur ut ol und Lincoln ."2. Tho oldest president was William Henry Harrison, at 08. The Senate by a vote of 40 to 4 passfor a monetary ed tbr bill conference. An amendment was added authorizing the president to call the ct to Canton to be offered ur Fo-rak-er - viding a tine of $100 to $1,000. Jim Jackson, a Negro who criminal Vnlunblo Goudn Given away with Colfce nnd Huking Powder, ly assaulted Miss Battle, In Bibb coun ty. Ga., was hanged by a mob. A bri dle rein was used for a noose. Frank Lipscomb, of Baltimore, who had been married seven times and was the father of 30 children, has just marMary Smith. ried The signal service says tho cold snap now happily at an end, was tho severest of a like duration oxierlenced east With ono Pound of Coflce. HANDSOME LAMP with one 15c can of IJakicg or tlie Mississippi river In a decade. I'owder. Co mo and see for j oursclf. Frost was felt as far South as Titus-villFla. Only slight damage to the orange crop Is retorted, but tho loss among the truck farmers will bo fce- vere. conference. It was a year ago yesterday that tho Tho bill Is said to have llttlo chance headless body of Pearl Bryan was for passing the House. It Is ulso stated found and yet her betrayer and by some who are close to Mr. Cleveare allvu with slight prospect of land that If the bill should get through being hung. the House tho president would veto it. Arthur Piatt, held at London for tho In tho w. rid and you'll tlnd them in every town in tho murder at the Lexington Insano Asycountry. Told. lum in 1895 of a patient, admits killing 1. Tho druggist who sells "cheap" drugs only. a $35,000 fire Fri- a man by accident, but Bays ho did not Princeton suffered 2. Tho druggist who sells somo good drugs and soino commit murder. day. ''cheap" one?, Ray's Opera House at Madlsonviilo Seven lives were lost in two fires at 3. Tho druggist who sells nothing but good drugs and caught fire just after Josh Spruceby Hoboken. N. J. chntges only what they're- worth. in the Den- - had concluded a performance and it and tiro 4 Tho so railed exclusive druggist who sells good There was a a number of buildings were burned, nlin TTiti.l Trwliununolis. drugs generally, and never forgets to load them down Hancock county there aro 10!) men causing a loss of $30,000 In with exorbitant prices. George Iiaskctt, ono of the accom- and 42 women over So years old. We belong to tho third kind. Ourpriccs and goods knock- - pllces of Alt Holt In tho murder of Po A female footpad in Louisville aro right. liceman White at Owensboro, was given cd a man down and took his pile, $2. A baby choked to death ut Bowling 21 years by tho jury. Holt, It will bo cmembered, was mobbed. Green. O.. by swallowing a large screw Peter Abel, an Anderson, Ind., glass The county judge of Daviess ordered Feb. blower, bcca.nu infuriated at his at- a local option election to be held slstant. a vouth of 10, and held him in 10 National, of Newport, tho furnace a few seconds. Ho was The Union wlth $100,000 capital, has been author horribly burned and will die. A white child wjis born in tho penl- t.. i Covington, tentiary to Lula Howard, a Louisville Curlew will not ring in Sho .i. .w...nn M.vi,i,r niloil the ordl- - woman, sent thero two years eharires that tho ,discharged .elect . .. . . . . . " uuiiuu. Mitchell Paton, a stage driver, was of the prison is tho lather oi hor child Berlin. Jan. 31. Princess Louise, For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer tiimwn from his scat near Paris and oldest daughter of Kintr Leopold, of prices than ever. killed. Col. Robert Leu Baldwin, deputy col- Belgium, and wife of Prince Philip, of Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxingjdressed lector of Internal revenue In the Mays- - Saxo Coiurg and Gothe, brother of one side all seasoned stock. vlllo district, und one of the most Princo Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, lias prominent men In Mason county, is eloped with an Austrian Captain of Hussars. dead. Piteher e, BIGGINS & McKINNBT. niui-dorc- rs There Are Four Kinds of Druggists News Briefly - 00 $2.-1,0- J PENNY'S DRUG STORE!. Doors. Sash and Blinds, . Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,.Eto. - A. C.SINE, - - Stanford, Ky. -' . r VJ, , --T . - ti fc. .2ml Five shares of stock in tho Farmers aro nearly impassablo in winter ho goes Hank & Trust Co. will bo sold at auc- - afoot to his appointments. His pay is L'KY Danks' engraved visitingcards. tlon next Monday at tho court-houat ' mostly in socks, but verily ho shall 1 WILLIAM SHELTON. jcelvo his reward. o'clock. Hkst furniture and metal polish in The Second Session of 1800-9At a recent wedding in town. Craig & Hooker. Tin: Kockcustlo youth who killed n II. I., four former husbands Providence, - Stanford, Kv., - Fun 2, 1897 of the bride OJP12NS ON MONDAY, 2CTH, 1807. I WILL soil rough lumler and shin- companion In a discussion of tho weath- acted us ushers. The other two were er seems to be justifiable. It has been compiled to send their regrets on ac- For fuP inform ition about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, tend for our New Cnta gles as low as iinylxxly. A. C. Sine. E. C. Walton, JJimint-s-s Manaiskk. too mean to talk about. loguo. Address, MItS. NANNIE S. SA.UFLEY, Lady Principal, Stnnford, Ky count of illness. Lost. A black setter blteh. InforWilliam Moreland returned from Tin: cold weather climaxed SaturYuuttliould tnko your prescriptions to mation left at this ollleo thankfully reday, with the mercury i below zero, Paris yesterday where he delivered to ceived. Penny 'h drug store vlero prompt nnd since which it das moderated up to tho Jonas Welhl a bunch of service if gu.viinlced DKATH. A old child of freezing point. A heavy ruin began cattle ho bought of J. H. Lynn at .'1.55. Caroline Hoatty died of whooping cough A girl down in Alabama shot a man fallinir SundavniL'ht. which continued THE GRETAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF THESOUTH. in Maxvillo Sunday. POINTS. yesterday, and freezing as it foil, tho tw,eo a,1(1 the" niurriod him; Maybe Hunskd: or CRuum: hoioing fine positions. Stiinoouapiiy and tyiowriting done streotM wore as slick as glass. Yostor- - B" mu " on'$ "i' nml y that sho Mil. .loilN'lihAIN luiH been vory 111 L correctly and reasonably at the I.vrilli-io- it dav's predictions covered tho snow and dIa lloL Ulko ,l thll(l l'lunk l AOOtrcss for the punt week. '"Jo) THE COUNTRY. MENTION COURSE WANTep. " Jersey uemocrauc paper men aln and said that Tuesday would bo JouilNAL ollice. n Mlt. J. C. Fi.oiu:nuk in vIhUIii tions virover Cleveland as a suitanie fair. ut NolKonville. COAL. Wo have tho solo agency for candidate of the party for governor of I)lt. KroKXK.I. Hitow.v, of Ml. Montijomkky. Mr. S. II. Shanks that Suite at tho election tho celebrated Falls Uranch coal. J. next year. wiw horo Sunday. received a dispatch from Mt. Sterling II. Uimghman lc Co. After maintaining a whipping iost Miss (Jknii: Hush, of lmciiater, yesterday, announcing tho death of and pillory law for 100 years, Delcware I WILL sell you best, quality steel Mrs. Laviniii Chonault was tho Kiicst of MIhh Mary Klkln. Montgomery, has at last repealed it. Tho legislators hllH roollng nearly as cheap as you can buy relict of tho late Dr. T. 13. MontgomMlSS IlnilKCCA SPOONAMOItK feared for their own backs. A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each 110's Worth of Goods. shingles. A. C. Sine. taken rooniH at Mr. J. 13. Owens'. ery, of this place. Deceased was a sisW. N. Culp, general agent of tho loWe have just opened a large and comprehensive stock of Miss Hr.M.i: Di:NNY, of Lincoln, in of Mr. K. K. Chenault and also of cal frieght and coal ter department of the Look! - Wo havo just put in a lino of Prof. Jason il visiting Mian Kstlll Walker. Chenault, who died last L. fc N., died at Mobile, Ala., of heart Cook Stoves and Hanges, at prices to Kegintor. week in Louisville. Sho leaves three 1 rouble. Warren ic Shanks. CO 1.. ltollHKT Rici:, of tho Hodge-vlll- o suit everyltody. children, two girls and a loy. HK1C-J. B. Wright, of the West End, bkao, &o. section, Is very low with Hritfht'H W0VKN wire and oak picket fence, Dining Tables, IlltoiCK His Leo. Mr. Curtis Govcr bought of various parties a bunch of Tho lad cs nrn especially invited to sec our now lino of disease anil other troubles. tho most economical feuce in tho marRockers, Knatnclcd Beds. Easles, Pictures, &c Picture Frames made to order. Work was here from Crab Orchard yesterday butcher cuttle at 2 to 2Jo. Tin: C'yiithluna pujiors my that Minn ket. I am selling it ut ulout cost of Wreckers of the Commercial Nation; and price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades. to L'i't saloon llccnso and told us (.hut Fannlo Howard j,'iivo u dunce in honor manufacturing. A. C. Sine. wore given punlton Mr. W. E. Perkins fell on the Icy pave-- 1 a bank at of Miss Kinilyno Alexander. & CO. hits right leg, just above tlary sentences. HltKNT Hays' horse ran away with mentand broke John Okndoiiff has Kno to flrlnjj From three to 12 inches of snow fell on tho local for his father. He is tho him coming down Lonrun Avenue Sat- the ankle. We, who havo suffered a yesterday and the night before in urday and tore his buggy to pieces. Ho similar calamity, can sympathize with youngest llrenian on the L. fc N. North Texas. Mits. Wii.mam Hick and Miss Ida was thrown out early In tho action and tho poor fellow. Mr. Govcr also told Durglars Btole 830,000 worth of gold us that a Hue boy arrived at his own McC'ollum left yesterday for CJoorjri-tow- n considerably bruised. leaf from a Chicago manufacturing a few days ago. house to visit tho former's brother. company. Tuk Negro boy who called Kverhart VinckntCJkku has runted Mr. M. Hundley's son n vllo name and was cut The s old child of EnginMonUma's Legislature, without deDo you need spectacles? If so have your eyes tested at onco at I). Klmorc's property on West Main at Faulconer's livery stable, Danville, eer W, H. Holly, which has been at Its bate, voted against a prohibitory pass street ami will move his family to it d law. Thursday afternoon, by tho father, was grandmother's, Mrs. Carter, at iho death of its mother last j alive yesterday, wo learn from a genMlSHi-- S MVKTl.i: STAl'I.IW and Loin week, is strangely allected. It quits tleman who camo up from that city. 1'ylo, two ehannin younj,' ladles of breathing at times and turns almost us Spectacles and Nobc Glasses from 25 cents up. We arc Specialists in the fitting of Columbia, aro quests of MUs Mattie Tuk house from which Mr. John blue as indigo and three times in tho Spectacles. White. Hright(red) moved some weeks ago last few days tho little thing has been '''"'fr'" ,,,J; m.v Millinery Stnro ami Only iiillllnfrytiro In town. Any one MI18. J. K. (.'AHSON.of Crab Orchard, had sheltered a Hright until then for (lead. It revives III a short ume wmiM nn.l It totlu-i- Interest to lrlriuK laid out for nly at MrtlruNrapdilrfw. came down Suturdiiy to sue her i tho last 0 years. Not for a single night ...i.ii.. .i i !..!.. i n . M.,f lor MlhS CALVKltT. Junction City, Ky. ii.iu, minimi, aimi is us sjirigiiuy as i'onro. who is dolntf vory well at Joseph had the entire family been away from H were in goon neaitn. its case is a Cheapest in piicenud best in qun'ity. Price lnllrmary. home during that long period. A part puzzle to the doctors that have seen It. SMil. T. J. FosTKlt went over to of the building is over 100 years old. BS- Full Line of Surgical Supplies. to visit his daughter, un A sMALL sCALli a week or Hani Shot Off. -- While hunting more ago, Mrs. Tlionias Metealf. Mrs. Footer the polo of the toll gate kept near Mr. P. II. Idol, formerly went over several weeks ujjo. by Mr. Watson on the Chappell's Gap I oflir for le prlTately Town I'ruporty In Lin. Coi.. K. S. Staoii, of Casey county, a of this county, but now of Lexington, plko was removed. Not caring to dig- tluti, l.aurrt rnuniy, Ky., lWt ynls from LAN. fell. His gun was discharged and both for ritot. A gallant old Confederate soldier who nify It as a turnpike raid, believing our tiurjKiw'g, roiitilnlng situationkoI numificttirlng dwelling kits; lost n leg at Snow Hill, was with loads went through his left hand, shut- people to bo above such lawlessness, wo limi liam nl other !)vry outlnillillii iml t'll stocked In fruit mil ornaincntil tree iml tering It to such an extent that ampu- passed friends and relatives horo this week. over for Investiga- I'U'iity water to run any iiiannfactiirlnK the tation was necessary. Mr. John M. tion, sure matter polo was 1'or further Inform .Hon aildnwi FEBRUARY IS- Harrtxlsburg Saylnsg. removed by iiieiit. that tho KHKI) Ilt'Ol, Ky. White, his father-in-lawent up toseo irresK)nsiblo boys. Mlt. W. H. Mason, of Lancaster, President J. II. took the train hero Sunday for Mt. Ver him Friday. Collier confirms the report that tho .. non, London and other mountain towns H)lo was removed and some other tres- Knt'NITKD. Our Waynesburg la the Interest of his race for clerk of in the last issue told of the imsslng done, but he can tlnd nobody the court of appeals, which he is sure return of James P. (Jooch from Texas, who saw or heard tho mob, if there will, at committee for L. C. Dunn, on he will win. an ubsence of 1!0 years, to visit his was one. Tho toll gate is a hundred the premise of taid Dunn near Mt Salem, after Mlt. W. I). MuHOHKKTH and wife children and wife, and thereby hangs a yards or more from tho plko and tho Ky on tlic litutonville it Middlcburg pike, on And we projioso to ofler were called to Louisville Friday by tho tale. The old man deserted his wife, keeper says ho was not made aware serious illness of the hitter's brother, but after a score of years and now when of the existence of a mob or knew what MONDAY, FSB. 15th, 1897, Mr. W. W. Thomas, who died Sunday he is almost blind, he returns to her had been done till next day. Efforts tale to thcltigltett bidder thefolloxo-innight, leaving a wife and two children. who Is totally blind, begs her forgive- are being made to find out the pcrjc-trator- s Offer for property: Deceased visited here last year and at ness and gets It. He Is "It and she TO of tho act and they will bo in- One Stallion, young and well broke to driiv in tingle or double harnest, and a good that time was in fair health. nnd they are tho parents of Hon. E. S. dicted at tho next term of the court. breeder; one good Jack, three year old; Mlt. Jok Cha.nckm.ou and sister, and L. G. Cooch. Of Winter Goods at Three goml Jennet, all in fixil by guod Miss Ophelia Chancellor, of Stanford, RELIGIOUS. old Jack; one Jaek jack; one Simikks. A dispatch Sal-li- e Death Bnds were guests of Misses Mnyinu and Colt; two llorte Colt; one young Mare, Hov. A. V. Sizemoro preached at the Held from Friday until Sunday. from Montlccllo says: "Elmore Hrents, imrkt well audi in foal; Twenty Calves: Fifty gootl Ewet; lot of Clover Hay; lot of Dr. J. T. Hohon, of Kidd's Store, Lin- son of Hon. John A. Hrents, and Chas. First Haptlst church in Newport Sun Mini unit ruuixr, line otiim n agun. coln county, was welcomed by many Seers, of Albany, had been on a pro- day. Sale to commence at 10 A. if. Tho Klienezer church In Green counfriends here this week. Harrodsburg tracted spree, and wound up by drinkWe have yet to offer a verv good Hue of Term All turn under Ten Dollar carh ing "hot drop." One died at.". o'clock ty, unanimously called Hov. J. M.WalDemocrat. over that amount on a credit of three month and the other at (1 o'clock." Hrents ton for its pastor. Hov. H. H. Mahony tilled Mr. Size with approved tecurity and to bear interest was editor of tho Liberty Tribune for a M. F. NORTH, HOME NEWS, from date 85 while and was a clever fellow, but his moro's pulpit Sunday. Ho will preach Com'teefrom L C, Dunn, Tky us for cash. Farris Hardin. Incontrollablo for whisky niado at Preaehersvlllo next Saturday and AI.-- o him spend more time In search of it Sunday. ool Hosiery, Gloves, Ktc. PUBLICSALEOF A Underwear, Blankets, Si IlALKi) clover and millet hay. Hlg- He v. T. J. Hruce, a prominent he sent for news. Ho was about than glns ifcMcKInnoy. Co. ;U) years old and unmarried. preacher at Went Point, Ga., fell Into . . an abandoned tan yard vat in tho dark Il'K was gotten oil' the Hanging Fork Pkkpakino His Defense. The and was drowned. A agent for the heir of Morgan Hud-toSaturday eight inches thick. C3F"New Sensonable Goods Coming in Every Day "XBa &J other night a man was put in jail here h Kldor.Ios.eph Hallow preached at deccatea, will e.rjoie for tale on so dead drunk that' he did not know Wk have what you want in tho tissue Sunday. Ho has two charges when It was done. When he awoke this year, Fairvlew for which ho lias 3, 1897, pajKr line. Craig fc Hockor. .. next morning, and began to enquire preached nine years, and Parksvllle. On the premise of the excellent farm conthl-in- g FlVK room cottage on Logan Avenue "where he was at," the prisoners hav of ' Hov. M. D. Hardin and wife have refor rent. Mrs. M. J. Withers. ing decided to have a little fun out of turned from Scotland and ho will enter 500 ACHES OF GOOD LAXTD him, told him that he hud been put in Stokk-koOon Main street In McCormick Theological Seminary, at eioii. He Chicago, to complete his theological Lying about three mile Northeast ofLanca JOL'HNAL building for rent. W. jail for killing a certain ter, Ky. The properly i well improved ami wouldn't bclievu It till Frank llrooks studies. IVWiilton. wtllw'atered The Dwelling Contain Eight from the second floor hallooed down Is the certainty of fulfillment Hev. Miles Saunders, D. D., for X Jiarqe Room and there are all necessary NF.W writing injor, tablets and en- "Is that man dead -- shot last night?" years pastor of tho Sprlnglleld Presby- Outbuildings, all of which are in splendid of them. When you leave of each and every one velops, style and quality to suit every Then realizing tho situation he blurted, terian church, retired from that charge repair. Four hundred acres of the land are. one. W. 13. MeHoborUi. your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaran"I swear to God ho shot ut mo twice be Sunday and was succeeded by Hev. H. in lllue Grass At the tame lime and place we will tell fore I shot at all." tee that you will have an accurate and reliable timeShot.- - William Hullock, formerly of E. C. Lawson. piece. years the Baptists of Hoston THE PERSONPL PROPERTY In this county, was shot in the leg in a Killed In a Saloon. John Cooley, Belonging to taid estate. dllllculty at East Hernstadt last week. sjn of Hill Cooloy, who lives on Neals have increased in number 110 per cent, Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are For further information, address Creek in this county, was shot and In the Methodists 107 per cent, tho Episruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? A. G. Huffman lias ceased to run stantly killed by Kelluy Dalton In Cain's copalians 102 per cent and the PresbyB F. HUDSON, Lancaster, Ky , or We have gained the reputation for miles around for his milk wagon, tho hotel requiring all saloon in Somerset. Both parties were terians 278 jier cent. II A. HUDSON, Danville, Ky. best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince tho milk and butter that he makes drinking, but the killing was tho re Tho Cumberland Presbyterians now you. now. havo lfi Synods, 127 Presbyteries, f72 suit of u grudge which had. existed for SALE AND RENTING. Mlt. J. L. TOTTKNissald to be tho some time. Dalton was arrested and Is probationocrs, 1,(517 ordained mlnlsteVs, only republican aspirant for circuit now in jail at Somerset. Cooley was a 2,t87 congregations, over 14,000 oliicera will As committee for Spencer Hubble, clerk and ho will make the race for section hand, u bout 24 years old and and nearly 200,000 members. on besides a wife, leaves a young child. Dr. Lyman Abbott has stirred up tho tliat ollice. 4, 1897, Ho was a clover man when sober, but ministerial monkeys by asserting in a poaches, silver often drank to excess. His wifo was a Pkklko ovajKU-atesermon thut the story of Jonah and the Offer for sale on the farm lying on the Danprunes, buck wheat Hour, maplo syr- Miss Camden, of Pulaski county. Im whale is pure tletlon, as many Illustra- ville it Lancrster pike at the IlmTainq Fork bridge, tuv mile from Hubble, Aw., the up, linger wafers and beaten biscuit. mediately after tho killing our clover Dealers In- tions made by tho Savior are. property of taid farm, to wit: All the farmIllggins & MoKInney. friend, Deputy Collector J. M. Carter, Hev. Morton lost his sight whilo con- ing tool consisting of Tuv 2 Horse Wagons, Salk. Squire J. S. Murphy, sent us tho news and further Informa- ducting a protracted meeting at An- New Wheat Drdl, Binder, Mower, Hay Land uumber of good Plows and oilier us executor of tho J. H. Myers estate, tion wns obtained later. derson. I ml. Ho prayed and fasted for Rake, a implements too numerous to men1 arming sold to W. W. Patterson, of Lexington, The court of appeals atllrmcd Judgo two days and nights nnd on the thiid tion All the stock on farm consisting of te on tho Som 411 acres near tho Saulloy's decision In tho case of Wray day his sight was fully restored, 2 Oood Jacks, 2 and 4 Years Old, erset plko for $2,700. Gbv. Mount, of Indiana, has appointvs. Craig's executor. The plea of usuAgents for Young Jennets, 4 Well-bre- d Z. T. Sweeney, of Columbus, 100 YKAHS Old. Tho aged mother ry was niado on a note given to Capt. ed Elder of Craig Jackman, tho well known col- Craig, but the lower court denied the as State Fish Commissioner. He is a Four good Work Mules, one good Slddle horsof Brood Mare and died at her homo in plea and the higher courtsustalned the piscatorial enthusiast, a man of wealth Iforse, a lotCow, young Cattle young Stock ored and will expend all tho es, a lot of the Deep Woll Woodfl, thlssido of Crab decision. Messrs. J. W. Alcorn and J. and is said that Hogs About 40) Barrels of Corn, some BarlOpposite the Court-HousOrchard, yesterday. Those who know II. Paxton represented Mrs. Wray and small salary of the ollico and a good ey, 20 Stacks of Clover ank Timothy Hay. will also Rent alxut 50 Acres of Corn Hon. Harvey Helm his uncle's estate. deal more from his own purse in seeing say sho was at least 100 years old. The note was made In 187(5 at S pur that the luws for tho protection of fish Land, 70 Acres of 307ieat Land, 40 Acres of S HEAD THE natlvo of Casey coun- Meadow lAind and Acres of Grass Land TlIKKK will bo an exhibition of tho cent, interest, when any amount of in- enforced. Ho is at the tame time in parcels or as a whole, on Diiroc Jersey SU HOBS, Thoroughbred a credit of 12 months from Jan 1, '97. work of tho class in art and a piano re- terest agreed on was legal. Several ty, Ky. Rev. C. W. Clay, of Whitcsburg, is a Term: AUaums under $10 cash, over cital by a part of the music class at years afterwards Capt. Craig voluntawere tho ltt herds circuit rider or rather walk that amount on three months1 time with ap of Mr lircctlen breed selected fromicveral StaU of A of swine in this famous the Collego next Friday evening, 5th, rily wrote on the back (J of tho note re- Methodist job proved tecurity icithout interett. is not envied. Ilia cir ((ilcndld lot of iIgs ol dlRorent age for sale Iired lilt 7 o'clock. Tho faculty will bo pleas- ducing tho interest to per cent., and er, whoso SaU to commence in (lie morntng at 0 sows a sclaltv. Satisfaction guaranteed. Corres Letcher county und two o'clock. pondemis solicited Address WILLIAM 11 UBBLE, ed to receive all tho friends and pa- - it was claimed that that should havo cuit embraces R. H. BRONAUGH, Com'tee Spencer Hubble nt. .......11. tu !nvltnjl fn ..v- -i been collected all the time, instead of othors in Virginia and ia larger than D, N, irons, us uuijrwvtj Crab Orchard, Ky. 83 Prewitt, Auctioneer. of Delaware. As the roada cent, prior to the endorsement. 8 per the State TAUn thut watch to DiiiikH. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! se STANFORD FEMHLE re-1- COLLEGe. President. 7 . m JANUARY te 1,100-poun- d four-mont- PERSONfiL . Mil rolu-live- " ". 9vfrr($(Jf'ifJJ'Srrtaw' (9 Vor-1101- 1, GIVEN : AWAY Side-Boards, I ltloli-nion- ... Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, A Dnr J. A. BEAZLEY Lancaster, Ky. m m Is Tour Eye Sigfit Faifino ? m three-month- to-da- y. How-lau- FOR SALE. Craig & Hooker's- - I lun-ba- nd, Town Property Cot-bin- , FOR tlrt-cl- SALB. ORAIG -- So HOCKER, U mMmsmmm I I k nt PUBLIC SALE ! I A SHORT MONTH g snort Lots and snort Lengths two-ye- ar Very Short Prices. t if Boots, Shoes And Rubbers. dot-Ir- e Fine Garrard Farm. SEVERANCE & SOV.&- - n, An-tloc- Wednesday, Feb. mmimmmwMmwM;mmmmmw.' Baek of IVIy Promises 1 f1 ) m THOMAS DALTON. I Tliursda', Feb. B. K. WEAREN & SON -- toll-ga- Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c. brick-maso- n, Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs9 Imperial Plows. e. BUJC-QEU3- in I tend. i.u . . AAiWlii. ,.. Mjg'PWgTMaMiMMM.MiMM-a,-- . W ass -J- -!" "J - y J- j - sssssSSMSMsMSMSWSM sm sss aiihM TUtWI t 1 ,m"C'-Pt- 7 t. j '.- v' rti - r ! - '- 'TTSr--l i jT;f iiijyirT..njT.Ju - '.' "' """'Cl'l'f'ilTI'iW ""'' "t''-iix- - 9 f Crushed Mini. Tho bachelor who had boarded nt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Loving . hotel for 20 years was perturbed Eadsvim.k, Wuyno Co., Ky., .Tnn. when tho thoughtless head waiter pet 23. Again, Mr. Editor, your old Libtho couple on their bridal trip right operty Bcribo has chunked cllmca. Ho posite him at tho table. South a sun-lleft the "There- is no marrying in heaven, 1 Y15 A.11 IN- vr VaYXCMS week ago and hits again landed among am happy to gay," ho wiid to no' one in $2 l?J3Ii tho "Kentucky hills," where rude Bo- particular. aW When not so paid S2.CO will I charged. "Well, I don't care," said tho blushrons is holding forth to his great dising bride. "There is heaven in marriago comfort. Whilo in tho Crescent City, I met anyway. Isn't there, dearie?" she turning toward her companion, Mr. John B. Hobbs, chief dispatcher and tho bachelor boarder went down for tho L. tc N. at Now Orleans. Ho is stairs and quarreled with tho clerk. a true Kentuckinn yet and entertained Cincinnati, Enquirer. mo with true Kentucky hospitality. CARD. K. C LOCAL TIME A Lino From Fiction. Mr. Hobbs sjroke of his many friends Train leaves bt.utford nl 7. 10 a. m. andjreturns at Stanford, his old homo. Ho told mo at at 4:aon. m. that ho would marry a Louisville lady K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. about the first of February. ..12 37 p m No. 21 Train going North Woll, in this lino of duty, another .. 3 13 a m " " No. ,86 " ..12 01 pm " South KoS3 " concluded that he would ,. l 03p ni Kentucklan " No.ZI " keep tip with tho onward march of Kor all Points. progress, so your scribe led Miss Ida Lassoes a Lassie. .. . m it the-Fam- e .lower-Unio- n, - con-tinne- d, s4& DAUGHTERS of the American RevIs aramlM-itfur Superintendent of Publle Schools Surgeon olution who will attend tho annual con ot l.lmiiln county, Fiilijcct to the action of tlio Dcm 01 mile parly. Dentist, vention in Washington, D. C, on Washington's birthday should bear in Stanford, mind that tho (.'hesaiwake & Ohio is J. F. KEOI4A.U tho only lino from Lexington and Cen- Olllceorcr MrlioU-rlsDrug Store In the Owsley Is niaiidldnte for of l.lneulu county sub lliilldliig. Jcct to the aitiou of tliedeiiKKratlc patty. tral Kentucky with through train service to Washington without change. ,0 iOAH. Tho C & O. has two limited vestibuled HAMUKL M. IV1NH each way dally and tho timo to trains Isnc.indMite f.irslierlll'of I. Iiuiiln county, subject and from Washington Is several hours bitlieuctioli of thedemos'rallc party. quicker In each direction than via any Money to loan on Improved city property or nl In Stanford und Lincoln county Also I wll other line, beside avoiding tho many ((crcciit. imyablepublio or corsiratlou liotids (or oltlrialst EMMETT McCOUHACK to chang- furnish petty annoyances Incidental Kxcculors, Administrators or ttuanii.iiis at Am ugeut for fouroftlie Ir Assessor of Uncolu (siuuty, sub ing cars and depot, etc. Before making MiriinceConianlcs doing Imslurss In lst I'lru and Is u candidate for of the ileuiiH'ratio part, Your Kculmky Jest to the action patronage In any arrangement, get a map and time wdlcit Klliiuni of privrtv Inahoblrrs l.n. t.-Stanford. supMrt Is earnestly tM.llcltt.st lift I..I tx.K rial ntiiiit.n liv 11IIIK irilllll'n !... v iii Hill table of tho C. & O. and compare tho "iv ioti won WAI.l.Al'1; 1U VAItNON, Agt. advantages offered. Low round trip ill. F. fiLKIN rates will bo made for delegates. SHELBY & SHELBY, Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, to the action of the democratic parly. For further particulars write or call ....Proprietors on George W. Barney, division pass, agent C. & O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE A. S. PRICE, GARLAND SINGLETON K. " Asts-sso- r mi" nm mi, it rensou-abluiat- tttM 111 a . 1111 U sub-Je- girl of Railroad Avenue, Summit, Miss., to tho I'or any Information enquire of hymenial altar on tho evening of tho JOE S. RICE, Agent, imprcssivo ceremonies Stanford, Ky. ltilh inst. Tho were conducted by Mayor Gibson in QUEEN & CRESCENT. tho beautiful parlor of tho Williams Hotel, Magnolia, Miss. paw Junction City as follows: Trains 3 33 p m 12 in No. 2 North Since returning to tho No. South " s " ......3 15 a m 12 09,a in No. 3 " " 6 " ....l 49 p in SUtto your scribe visited tho classic 11 31 a m No. 5 " 6 00 a til " 10 " 35 P m No. 9 " llttlocltyof Liberty and verily were Note No. 9 and 10 run no further than Juncour Savior hero wo know Ho would say tion City. All trilns stop there. Verily, verily ye have made ray faKENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. vorite haunts a rendezvous for republican candidates and blackened its surVlAUEOltUKTOWN. A. M. roundings with tho blasphemy of vile P. V. A. If. r.M. Arr 03 Lve. Somerset, 2 0) 230 8ii republican cumpaign yarns." With" 12 09 " Jet. City. 31 G30 150 Arr Georgetown, I.v 10 30 603 ' Kranklort, C63 400 out exaggeration, uvcry other republi1)13 7 33 can was a candidate and each one was I.ve 9 33 8 a) 5 35 Arr l'uris nn tin, "hustle." Tho. man that can Dally except bumlay C. I) I1KRCAW. O. P A. get tho solid candidate vote is sure of It was very hard to his election. tell who has tho inside track in many of tho races. Wo were reliably informed and saw and heard enough to convince us of the fact yet remember that wo are not electioneering for any one, but still true to democracy that the present suave, elllclent circuit 'clerk, Mr. James Glbony, was far on the inside track of his opponents. Mr. Glbony, familiarly known as "Bud," has made an exceptionally good clerk and he should have endorsement by being Of tho things we saw and learned during our short stay at Liberty wo can mention only a few. Liberty is to have a new bank building, which is badly needed, and Mr. W. H.WilkinAbsolutely Pure. son is going to erect a new store house, Celebrated for Its ereut leavcnlnz slroicth and whiuh he should have done ere now. bealthfulne&M. Azures tin fund against alum and i nil forms of adulteratlou so common Intbechjap Among the prominent personages still brands. there wo mot the IU. Rev. Andy Jack- Rotai. Hiking Powder Co., Sew York. san Glbony, and ho greeted us more than cordially when ho learned that we had captured a Mississippi Uower COOKE'S and would no longer bo a rival of his auburn hairfor that little sweet-face- d, ed angel of Dunnville. After learning SARSAPARILLA of our conquest in the South, Hon. George E. Stone, one of the gallant beaux of Liberty's upper hundred, WILL CURE sought us and implored us with all of eloquence at tho favored, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, his command, which cpuld not be ex U. tV7(imi TWrr celled bv a 01ay a Marshal or a McneC. THKOUGH TICKKTS MILD. HAt.OAUK CHECKED THROUGH. Herald, the brown-eye- d 1 Blue-Gra- ss "During this timo our hero was unconscious of all that was going on around him. ' ' New York Journal. Not Wasting UN Ilrrnth. In declining a request for a political interview tho other dav Senator David Bennett Hill remarked: "What's tho nso? soon My successor is to bo named so 1 ROYAI akP POWDER d. soul-raptur- - - 1 1 m ssi m 1 r0tUrn and all diseases of the blood and nn,i itmfiin.n ,,mi Vw.mmpnd him and ...... .. VMHHW car Makes You Well. let him share a fate similar to ours. Indigestion, constipation and dys-- ! Ah verily, George, from that implor-pepsiWQ saw that vnu realized that kidney and liver disease oratory was not directed to a yield to its curative powers and J'01" th(J ,8t5V com,t' Jur'; but oh' perl8h i fee ,0 tUk(i UilIJ S0Utl1 0I1 0Ur -- ! a, lk Ca-wh- en cured it Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. 13. McRoberts, Stanford. i thought : J.,v. Penny's Drug Store, Craig ik Hocker, " " people by the thousands In India, is characterized by swellings of the lym-- ! phatic glands, usually in the arm pits, The bubonic plague which is killing W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B Twidwell, ). A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Hros , McKinney. J F. Alstott, Powers, lleazley & Son, Crab Orchard. 1 and is denoted in advance by tho breaking out of ollenslve carbuncles. When , it once seizes a victim there is no hope for him within the range of medical science. At best ho cun only endure his sufferings with calm resignation und meet death like a martyr. ' M Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, I Harrodsburg, Ky. D I THE POPULAR " A Maine paper says: "Some of our young people, who desire to do a little hugging and kissing, are talking of organizing a dramatic club." If such rules and regulations were generally aJopted clubs of that character would become popular everywhere. Any number of young men here would join uud quite a sprinkling of girls, too. A lute ruling of Judge Oliver In tho district court at Rock Rapids, Iowa, is tj thd effect thut a man and his wife are both responsible for tho payment of a newspaper taken and read by tho family, and gave judgment against both. He said that a newspaper is a household necessity. IMMOIM0IMMOM01N1 QMOMM0M0 IN10IN1M0IN10IN1 OIMIM0M0MM.W0 (MM01M10Tn OMOIN 1N10IMIM AjM 0 win u f0 r m OKI MM OM0MV AfOlH! OtM0IMlV)10 IM10IM(0M MM IINI0IMIMO0INIOKI FRANK J. KEED, Chicago. O.P.A., E. II. HACON, 0M0MM0IN0 U.F.A Eoulnvllle. gregates 813,000,000,000, these great properties will form at tho close of the 19th century tho most valuable assets in tho country. m Theic are 52 penitentiaries and over 17,000 jails in tho United States. They cjst over &UO,UOO,0O0. Over 'jou.ouui parsons inhabited them in 18!)2. The expense of keeping criminals is not less than 8100,000,000 annually. m The latest estimate of railways in tho United States gives a total valuation of railway properties close to and over 180,000 miles of road. Next to farms, whoso value ag- that I don't feel like wasting my breath now." Senator Hill evidently had in mind the experience of tho Genunu at sea ali who, when it was thought that tho ship was about to sink, grabbed a rubber f'l, life preserver with a holo in it nnd began blowing into it furiously, hoping to inflate it. "Hold on, Dntchy," cried a sailor. & "You can't fill that. Don't you see there's n hole in it?" IN "MeinGottl Is dot so?" replied tho Iho very best remedies for croup Unit Crussltig, laist of lieit, Nisir Itallnud One do.e lias always passenger. "Den better I should keep have eter found in mo vot viud I get left." Chicago been stilllcient, although I tio it freely - - Ivontuclcy. Any cold my children contract yields I can icadily'to this uiediciuo very (.nod, clean and iheap Csrn ait.1 Hay taken In recommend it for croup unit eichaiiKe t'oiuu and see Daniel Webster's Gin. George E, Wolff clerk colds in children Webster habitually fortified him.-o-lf of the circuit court. Fernnndliin, Kla. TO during sjieeches with gin nnd water. o!d by t'raig it Hocker. Dniggists Gin, of coniM, has tho advuntago of ON IMPItON VU I MtMS looking exactly like water to the naked Mr Ward L Smi It. of Frcderickstown, comity, Ky , ut per rent, semi amiusl eye, and tho great Daniel kept it by Mo., was troubled with chronic dUrrlunx In , A.ldrrss Ol.tJ, tsiuinilssloii hanj.-- l He had become fully liiten-st- no Iluotu U, Kenjoiilrtiiblnig, liuUvllle, him in a pitcher, with a tumbler, for for over !J0 years DAW. periodical doses. It is related that ono hiitistled that ir was only a nttestion of a Kv lor blank ali..ju .us ,and luriher lufirma. , Sauii.U-rsMtoruer, day a fellow tcnator took a big swallow hhort time until ho would hve to give tlon, linpilreof J K). up. lie had been treated by some of the from the glass quite unsuspectingly just America, as ho aroso to moke some remarks, and bet phjsicimirtin Europe andOne dny he but got no permanent relief tho consequence was a choking fit, picked up a iiewopapcr and chanced to which threw tho wholo chamber, and read an advertisement of Chamberlain's particularly Mr. Webster, into convul- Colic, Cholera and Diurrluea Remedy He - Kentucky. Argonaut. sions of laughter. got a bott'e of it, the first do-- o helped him Hustonville, und its continued use cured him For Saving Time. hale by Craig & Hocker, DrugglMs. Offer his services to the pmpl of West Uncolu A miner's wife, noted for her largo Pull slock ol (Aimiisaud CaskA few months ago Mr Byron Every, of ami Caey csmntls-family, was always grumbling that slio always un band. Woodstook, Mich, was bndly atllicled ets1). h. Carpenter. Manager M could not keep them clean. Ono dny His right leg was Biddy was returning from town with a with rhouinatistn the full length, cutiMiig him great largo tub. A neighbor happening to swollen D. suffering He was advised to try I meet her said, "Biddy, why have you Pain Halm. Tho tirsl bottle of bought such a largo tub?" it helped him considerably and the sec "Sure, and it's for mo children. I can ond bolt o effected a cure. Tho 'Joe and Will sell at orst two Ilugglcs, one cut under shell put two in at once. Tho timo Oi'm 20c sizes are for sale by Crnig Hocker, terv due surrey. The llugtles am nrst class jots lue'iery repe.t. If j oil want a liargaln, rail washiu ono tho other can bo etcopiu. " Druggists. at once and see the bills and get )ou a vehicle thai Scottish Nights. give .Ufactlon .. CA,tST.,u SNOSVILLE. Inscrsoll & Teytca, AttorIIli Explanation. neys and Counselors at laiw fortmratlon. Tenderfoot Dentist Why, somebody Commercial; Insurance and Heal Itato. Attometsfoi given siwlal attention has simply drilled your teeth without the Ijuultvlllo A Nashville It. It Co. Norflilk A filling them. and tho Central Savings Western It. It. ltauk. Pizcnwood Pete That'ri right, pard. s Tenderfoot Dentist tho matter? Pizcnwood Pote Yer see, I can't keep f'um shootin every timo a ncrvo's : Ky. teched. Chicago Record. that will DonHrst. : Stniiforc!, UMr. fur (tnn rr nv Isn'i. rjitalrK.Mli a full description of aiiut 5J great bar .gle yo'i Otllce on Iaincaster street at Itesldnluw. An Actual Loh. gains date in central ieniiick lor saiu. U. V. I.YNi:, lti:L I;stati: Ahk.nt, Wigsby Well, how did tho game Oltire with Jessamlco Journal, Nlcbolastllle, Ky. progress after I left you last night? Cholly Van Polkadot Deuced hahd luck, don'ch'know; last 400 dollahs. The NIOKKLL MAGAZINE ! Wigsby Great guns, man, that's too wants j,'ool rulinblcnKeiiti to cun va for 8iibivriithina A verv bad! will oiler nt prhale sale my House and lad on Kootl rale of cxnlt t'onimision will Cholly Yaas, and 2 dollahs of it Main s'rect, occupying the s'liiaru with the Chrisnow bo 'ivt'ii. or biryclc premium if In Manford, Ky , was iu cold, hahd cash too. Baltimore tian chuixli Cutiiitr I'ourt day, andfrom not solduntil If March Mb, preferred. All material anil nm News. will then m.lft" the liiliest bidder on the pie ropti-- ftirnisliwl free. Apply Is one of the lest bulll, premiss, .said pmptrty lu the at once. Ust tiiuliilxHl and let arrjngisl pni)4Ttli-Tho Lnt 1'lcn. .1. s. State nil IRS Stanfonl. Ky. "So you nro looking for a situation?" Nickell Magazine, said tho lady at tho door. 180 Sutnitter Street, "Yes'm," said the tramp, touching Hoxtou, JIllK. his hat. "What place did you last fill?" VWICIS-A-WISISI"Mo stomach, ma'am," with another touch of tho hat. Yonkers Statesojjfer for mle privately four Town hits man. in Miller Addition to Stanford, one on corn' er l.wjtin Avenue and Lancaster rtrcet, conAnd MltlKBtlnc. taining Hix Acres, yood bam, crib, cUtern Mistress This must be stopped, Brid- and servants room and urll ttockid in fruit S 13 M I - V bC LC U V get. You had thrco policemen in the and ornamental trees; an unimproved lot Acres, adjoining it, containing marly '1 kitchen last night. one fronting Miller street, containing Four Bridget Throe, mum. But tho Acres; one on Whitley Aienuc of One Acre had his supper before ho come. and One Hood Now York Sunday Journal. 2lOrir ON1C YKiVTfc e Lots can bed! The Sir und vided Not lu variably. If not sold before March S, 1897, county "Ho seems to tako after hia father," cotirt day, they nill on that day be sold pub. We bam made a w clubbing arrange nl and will with thu eaid tho visitor. licly in front of the court house door M.ud that aK;r and 0111s for the price named to all "I don't when they is applo dumpHUlwsrllisn who will renew and pay in advance, MllS KATE 1' M11.LMI. our or lonll new sulwcrilurs who will luty In advunre. lings," volunteered tho littlo boy. "Ho Extx of Jl'. 11. Miller. scut free on Sample copies of dou't leave nouo to take." Iudiuuupo-li- s laK-mrnu-r.a-- Turnouts, prompt attention, very earnestly asks your upsirt alt rlicuni, frvrr orv. tetter, rhap-iereasonable hum!. ihllMalin command altnlin eruption. reflHitfully rates A srtlon of your mtrutiage fs 18 sollrltisl. It inMlllvely cure piles or nojmy rvtpilrttl. It la gu.ira.iteeil to give rfertMt(rlactlnti er money l'rlee '.ttrelila ler box. I'or sale b W. 11. McliuliertJ, Druggist. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, to the action o( the democratic tarty Think. Dr, King's Alftr VUcnery fur Consumption w INK the southern end of the county It entitled to a slice of Iho pie, beaskt yoursupiuit 111U AMI Ulllvhl tlio boM medicine In the world for all This forms if iviiglii and colds and for cnnsiiiiiptiuii l'.vtry Iwttle Is guaranteed. It will cure und not ! lKi')lnt. It has no opul for whooping cough, aMluui, liar (over, pneumonia, bronchitis, cold In Sole proprietor of Dean's lllack Diamond Itoof fa grippe nnd for consumption It is Paint. Ittmiitin jiimlihed for ilulliig wo.vl. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, suliject to the bead, All the action of the democratic pallf, llu kindly asks safe for all ages, pleasant to take and atiore all, a metal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction jruaraiilec.1 siirecure. Itlsalways well to tale Dr King's roots lalnlol with Iran's lllark iMamoiid Paint your New Ufo Tills In connection with Dr King's New warraiitcsl for years. Dealer In lest Cistern Pumps Dlsomcry, as they regulate ami tone the Moiimch smlUahuiilml Iron I liters, lia'ianlrol and lllack 'Jl-rfcct Mtlfactloii or Iron Ittutingof all kinds. und Uiels. We guarantee return money I'tve trial lltlh- - at W 11. druit More lUvular lie 5(V and SI. laaraudldato forMicrlir of l.lnndu csuinty, sub! ject to Ibu action of the democratic parly. .1 Valuable I'retcripthn. t Posts for idauk fence, All ierotu desiring IMitor Morrison, of the Wortblngtoii, !n! , Sun, Ami wbat they writes "You lute n valuable iimxrlplioti In lMt and railing or Ira l.lrctrlc Hitlers ml I cm cheerfully nttimmeiid want at my store near Collar Creek, on IhoI pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford It (or comllpttloii and Irk hcadiehe and as a gen-e- r I syttMii tonic It hi no iipul " Mrs. Annie keep on bund a supply of plank fur fencing All Melile, '.Mi Cottage (iroip Atfiiue Chicago, ws all klndsof IuuiUt fur building puriMs, also hoards h'd a b ik and shttiiles All visniis dnirlng any artleleof run dowi could not oat nor digest this ache which never left her and fujt lirol nd weary, Clei-k- . kliui can call uu me at Omi slum uearCsslar am still Agent for Pallt llraiicti Coal and will 1V.MSIII.K1U.N. 32 but sl Nittles of Cleitrlr Hilltrs rrstonsl Iter kniiatupply of all kind of Coal, mi yoiliauget lieillli and renewed " berstretith l'rlce .VV and such as ) 011 want at the lowest pofuible prices for 11 Mr Hubert a' drugstore. Jl tiet a iKjttle at Cash. Otuco and Males near drit. J. II. II IfKIINS, Proprietor, I lmvo given Cliumherhiin's (hoiikIi W. T. .sAUNDI'.ltS, .Maiiager, Hetuedy n f.tir ttMntid consider it one of AT Ibiwland, Ky 1 irv, ulcer The t?t llucktin't Arnica Snltr. live in tlio wurld fur cnt,, bruin Junction il Klrst-CIs" City, Ky. JOE T. EHBRV C. G. BAKER Is a candidate (or Assessor of Lincoln county, sub. Ject to the action of tho deuiociatlo party and J. T. Jones, qiidct urn Tin ct 1 STANFORD, IvV., WILLIAM MOREL. AN ii'rt. tf SAM W. MENEFEE NOTICE COAL I IOYAL, 1 NOEL SON, DEALERS COHL, Times-Heral- d. Stanford; J'lltx II, Caiuhva.n, A. l. La mum 111 MONEY IJm-uln LOAN INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Stall-lord- j. t. suTToar, Undortukor, s BO&BEE 5. CaSTLEHSS. MANAtilllLS, Oommcrco iBuildinff, LouisviliC. AgrnU Throughout the Snub. W. A. THIBBIilC. Ical Agent.' Stanford, lwiu-berlain- 's S. CARPENTER, Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Hustonville, OK STANKOltD, KV. ji" Kkntuckv. N: ll, Pii up Capital, Surplus. I.ltl-gatl- (. db. w. b. Piar3rsrt moHaM ..-g - $200,000.00 17,603 80 Wh-wh- wa-wa- LAND FOR SALE. 1 lly iruvlslon of its charter, drntort are a fully protected as aredrltors lu National Hanks, held Individually liable to Its thanbolders the extent of the amount of their stock tlietelu at the r value thrnsif, lu addllbiii to the amount In li may act a eiivutor. ad. vestesl lo null sbarsss iiilnl.tmtor, trustes.. Ac, at fully at an Individual, Tendering our Ihtiiktto those who have riitriut cd their biislnsss to u, we trout they will continue to do so, and we otter as a guarantee for pruioptat In lank. tentlon to same our 2U years' lug ami as UWral aceommoilallotit as ore cuntUttnt banking. with sound ea-rieiic- EARN MONEY. FOR 1 sale: s 1 1 J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; W 11. Cuiumlus, Preacliersvllle) J. H.Owly, J. S Owslej.br., S. II. Shailli, William Ooooh, r.mt.rv. J.I. Cash. S.J. A. W. Carp.ntir, i:. Lynn. J. J. N. Mclietce. dikkctor orncrss. S. II Shanks. President: J II Owslei, Cashier, W M Ilrlght, Teller e S.'-t- d The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANKOltD, KY Town Lots For Sale. I Capital Steel-- $100,000. Surplus $15,750. 'C COURIER (JOURNAL INTERIORdOURNAL FOR ONLY Twlm-a-wesk a-- nar-gi- nt Four-Acr- $2.50. l, Courier-Journa- Attention of the public Is called to the fact that ' n. this is thu only National Hank In Stanford der thu pnivlslotis ot the National Hank Act stock, ssturcd not dealtor urostixktiolders' only by the capitalamount llalilllly lor an but by the this lliatltu (spial tu tho stock, so that drsbois of tloii are secured by a fund ot i'.X(l,Ul Ke morn tateiueutsul the condition ol thu llauk are made eaih year to the L nlted States (oierumiut and Its assets are cuimlncd at stated times by government nginls, thus surii.g additional and erfect aalety to depositors. 'Ihlslnstltutloii, originally established us the Ie iioslt llauk ol hlunforii In livW, then nsirganlieil as the National llauk ofhtaulord in IkC3 amlaaln reorganized as thu Pint National Hank of Stanford lu IB'.', lias had practically an uninterrupted exist. ems- - for .li years. It Is Utter supplied now with lacllltles for tr.in.utliigbuincta promptly and lib. erally than eier before in lis long and honorable career. Aiituuts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tlruis and individuals solicited. DIKKlTOKS. Journal. Thrco Stucci. Etching llku a furnaco, Over ears in love, Blind in adoration Of III lady's flovo, Think no girl was over Quitu to HVWt't Hi fcljo, Tt'lH you blie's un angel, Expects you to agree. II. Moping and repining, ACT ACT 1. "BIG norri:. 4' J. W. llayden, SUnfurd, K.'lleld, IJnniln Co.; b. II. Ilaiighmaii, " S. T Harris, " " .1 T 1. IH1I. Iloskcr, ' S. " All subscriptions under this offer must Ixi wilt to K. U Tanner, McKlnncv. W. A. Trlbble, W. P WALTON, Maiifu d. J. II. Colller.Crab Orch'd, M. J. Miller, MI.cruon. M, I). i:imore, Stanford. orriCBus. I.S. Hocker, President; J J. Mclbitvtt. Cashier; A. A McKinney, Asslitant Cashier. Courier-Journ- J Tho Ilest Line to and l'rum Fire Insurance TOLEDO AND DETROIT AH Points lu Michigan. Written on All Classes of Proper ty in the Hcst of Companies. O YEARS XPERIKNCf. CHICAGO. "While City Special." Heat Terminal .Station. Gentlemen's i. lo(liiu Gloomy und moro.it", Asks the price of poison. Thinlc'd he'll take u doso. Women are ho tickle, Love Is all a sham. Marriago is a failure, Like a broken dan: ACT ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel l3aIofcto Measure TRAD! Anyone tending a sketch and description mar quickly ascertain, free, whether an Invuntlon Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Olden acency for aecurttic patents) In America. We hars a Washington oSco. Patents taken through Munn k Co. recstlTa special nolloe In the BOSTON. Wagner Mceplug Cars. llullet I'arlur Cars. Wagner Sjloeiilng Car., Privat Compartment Cars, Kleanl Coaches and Dining Cars. lie mro your tlcleU read K. O. MtCOUMICK, rasieogerlTrallo Mgr Ia 0 OM ft . M0 I MU O(M(10(N0MM OKI Tho following plaintive hem appears in tho Somerset Reporter: "We would like to exchange an otllce chair in good order for u side of bacon or a red Han-n- el uMI0IMM0INI0iNI MO undershirt." The post-otllc- e at Abel, Knox county, , VthlstlinK. blithe and cheerful, Always bright und gay. Dancing, hinging, Inugbtng All tlio livelong day, Full of fun and frolio. Caught iu fashion's whirl, Thinks no more of poison-O- ut III. NEW YORK. From the most attractlre lines ot samples to lw found Mv system of measurement guarantees a Why eierlminl Ierfitt tit lu eiery department be protected in every with auieteurs when you lau particular by leailug )our measurement with 111c T 1 um also OOPYRIQHTS Ac. DESIGN, MARKS Ay one For tho Lexington Steam Laundry. 8GIENTIFI0 AMERICAN, beauUfuItr tllnttrated. lanrast cUealatloa o any scioutlflo Journal, weekly, terms HJ a year ILiOatz months. Hpaclmea copies aad ltiJtB 1'ats.tts sent free. Addresa "HKl 1'OLH" U. II. HAKT1K, I'.is.- -. All work guaranteed. j has been discontinued. nt other girl I Topeka Capital. f.'ei. A Tkt. Agt. CINCINNATI, OHIO. JESoE D. WEiE3N. I 3t Wr.s.ar. New MUNN CO., lt.