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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897020501 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 Y HUSTONVLLe. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 189T. times by a lady not to attempt the feat, LANCASTER. but ho was so well satisfied with his Col. W. G. Welch was here this "horse art" that he heeded no one. In minutes the alarm of danger was week. afow Miss Mattio Elkin will visit hercous-In- , given and the town was called to his II. J. McRoberts, at Stanford Frirescue. He stayed In his perilous po"We hnvo ndded a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock sition for half an hour, when dually ho day. Capt. Louis Lundram will leave Sat- Merchandise and aro now prepared to was pulled ashore, a much wiser man. urday for Washington City to look after Important business. CRAB ORCHARD. Everybody has his Ico house full. Our town Is out of coal and tho weather Is still pretty cold. One of tho paupcrsattho who had an Infant, had a lit and fell in tho lire with tho Infant In her arms and both were badly burned. Although tho weather was down to zero, the Crab Orchard boys would go KIsli Ing. No wonder for the ono who does succeed In getting u Fish will be lucky, even if caught through Ice and snow. Mr. J. W. James has returned from Cincinnati, where ho went to complete arrangements for running hisdistillcry) tho coming season. Mrs. J. A. Pleasants is contlued to her bed with a sepoor-house, i i n t i -- I. h RELIGIOUS. Tho Cllnmx says there have boon uililItlotiH ho far in Elder Lloyd's muot-lii1 l tf daughter. Horn, to the wife of James Fryo, a Cumberland Presbyterian church. Elder .1. T. Sharrurd will preach nt tho Christian church Sunday morning and night; subject, "Peter tw a Fisherman. " "Modern AnnnluHes." Ser1 tit Hlohiuond. Klder.I. O. Livingston writes that ho will preach nt Morclanel next Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. ami ulso at nltfht. Nluhtly services are being held at tho Methodist church by Hev. W. S. GrhiHtead. They will continue till further notice. Hev. J. L. Hill will next month begin the publication at Adalrvllle of u religious paper In the lntorort of tho I ' n 1- - sl !' 1 m ;i M. vices lwgln ut 10:15 A. M. and 7 V. N. Hrlney is doing good work for tho churches at Ml. Carmel and Lees, burg. George P. Taubman will remain with tho Fifth Street Church, Newjwrt, during thin year. Tho Hroad-wa- y Chrlrttlan church, Lexington, has l,l)'.7 inomlmrs.- Messenger. Tho Messenger, Goorgo V. Kemper mid W. T. llrooks, editors, Is tho latest candidate for favors In tho religious laches thick. world. It Is published at Lexington, One of our merchants had four appli Issued once a week at 31 a year, and tho cations for a iM)sitIon in his store last Issues before us are teeming wltli. j week. What our merchants need just church Items of an Interesting nature now Is not more clerks, but more cusIn this secHro. Hrooks In tomers with Kckct full of the much tion, from whence we hope a big list of discussed silver dollar. tMhi.frllvra will bo Mint him. Morrltt Prewltt has commenced a They nay that nt tho Christian church ntiborlptlon school at the public school tho other night they were having a building with 2.1 pupils to begin with. kind of an experience meeting. After Morrltt enjoys an enviable reputation several members had sjtoken Hrother us a teacher In other Ileitis and will rosslloldsuid tollrother ElmerMlller, doubtless give full satisfaction here. "AVoll, Hrother Miller, we haven't Mrs. Blanche Adams has had on ex heart! from you yet, and we don't want slight anybody." 'I'll pass." said hibttlou at Twlilwe'l's drug store a to Brother Miller dryly, and Hrother very beautiful silk quilt, which must 1m) seen to be appreciated. It Is a Croanlleltl asked the next meinlwr. handsome specimen of artistic and r. Owciiidtoro Hro. Miller was doubtless dreaming atustaking neetlle work and is for sale, that he was playing his favorite game being hold at i'Si. At Hew Thomas Colomau's la- -t ap of tuinlsH poiutmeut at the Baptist church two The Foreign Christian Missionary Into the com Society, with headquarters at Cincin- persons were work. President munion of that church, Mr. Arthur nati, is doing a grand and Miss Willie Wlgham. They C. L. Loos, of ICentucky University, Is president. It was organized In 1S., wore baptized In the mmi1 of the Chris-tlochurch by Mr. Coleman. and already has proaM;nniM missions In The home talent of this place aro ScandiJapan, China, India, Turkey, navia and England, and a mission is practicing for a minstrel performance, soon to Iw oHjned In Africa. It has Feb. 22. We are proud of our native raised and disbursed nearly $1,000,000. talent and assure the public that there store for them and hoe to is Itst year the receipts amounted 111 to a treat inentertainment liberally pa see the StKl.SdT.'Jl. The society supirts missionaries, has 1,000 memlwrs, 'JO tronized, as it is for a worthy cause. The Methodist meeting at Moroland day Hchools, with over 1,'JOO scholars, successful In stirring up saint and 71 Sunday schools, with 4,3M)schol-ar- has In foreign lands. It has eight med- and sinner to a high degree of exhila ical missionaries, aud last year they ration, some well known people having treated over '23,000 patients. Tho vari- professed the "Wesleyan doctrine of ous- mission stations hist year raised complete sanctillcation," to tho great about --0,000. It bus property in for- surprise of their friends. Tho world Ib getting better fast. eign lands valued at nearly 8200,000. The severe weather through which we have been passing has been proWflYNESBURG, ductive of a great deal of sutTerlng Cyrus Estes has been horse trading among tho ooror eople of tho com nguln, but still clings to the gray mule. munity. To cap the climax of discern L. G. Gooch says he likes to trade with fort attending the cold simp, our poo Cyrus. pie were not able for some time to get Mr. John Ball, of Garrard, Is visit- any coal from Moroland. ing his sister, Mrs. J. M. Reynolds. Tho Central Christian College, unMr. Hoynolds will go to Garrard the der tho suervlsion of Its proticlent hist of the week. teacher, Hev. H. J. Pinkerton, is pros A number of tho good citizens uro poring in every department. Tho av determined to put down the lawlessness era go attendance numbers 70. Mr. that has been going on In this vicinity Pinkerton has secured Miss Hamilton, for some time and will .handle thoso of Lexington, who is a tlnished kinder who engage in It with the law, regard- gurten teacher and an elocutionist of less of relation or friendship, as tho merit. following, handed us, will show: Florence Yowell has been suffering 'Vo, the undersigned citizens of with erysipelas in his face, but has so Wuynesburg nelghlxrhood, do bind far recovered as to be able to bo out ourselves severally to assist In putting again. Dr. Hawk Brown, we regret to down all lawlessness in and around our note, Is quito 111 again. His old troul-ltown, such as unlawful shooting, hal which was thought to have been looing, drinking, disturbing religious overcome, is responsible for his relapse. worship, Sabbath breaking and dis- Mi. Atlelia Woods has been confined turbing tho good citizens generally. to her room for several pays, a bronWo bind ourselves to assist in all law- chial atTcctlon being the trouble. ful attempts made by any peaceable citMrs. Edward Edwards left yesterday izen to stop tho above named bad be- on a visit to her husband havior and if necessary to bear our In New York, where ho Is engaged on part In prosecuting otl'ondetv: Signed, newspaper work. Her little daughter, V. H. Singleton, W. D. D. Hays, W. Annie, accompanies her. Miss Mac S. Slngloton, S. H. Gooch, W. D. John- Logan has been in Cincinnati for a M. D. McKenzle, son, E. S. Slngloton, P. Gooch, G. T. week making selections for Spring milII. II. Singleton, S. linery and observing styles Reynolds, H. D. Padgett, A. L. Single- In ladles' headgear. Miss Georgia ton, J. M. Heynolds, V. S. Dcnson, II. Newburn has been visiting at Hubble. V. Caldwell, T. J. Gooch, M. G. HoyG. Goocji, J. Miss Kale Blaln, who has been visitnolds, D. V. Caldwell, L. ing Mrs. Ed Edwards, at Moroland, hUs M. Johnson, F. S. Gooch, H. Curtis, I. returned home. C. Singleton, E. H. Caldwell, Jr., W. Tho Christian Endeavor Society of F. Camden, R. Y. Ballard, V. II. Sln- Turnersville will meet in union session gloton, S. P. Shoop, II. Stephens, C. with tho Society of this place next SunG. Caldwell, Hunley Singleton, John day afternoon at tho Christian church II. Caldwell. here. Tho occasion of tho meeting is of the Ohms, a St. Louis miser, tho celebration of tho birth-daWilliam was too stingy to send for a doctor, General Society, the topic, "Christian who was found dead in his room. Close by Endeavor Day," being tho subject of wad a pot containing 815,000, which ho the exorcises. Tho Turnersville Society has many elllclent members and had just been counting. has decided that Aud- will do their part toward making tho Judge Cantrlll itor Stono's construction of tho law exorcises Interesting and Instructthat plrcult clerks now in olllco were, ive. All Invited to attend. Doo Drye, tho famous handler of not entitled to $5 for fees on each crimcorrect. horse reins, recklessly attempted to inal caso was Miss Sallio Newcomb, of Tazewell, cross ono of our famous streams of waTenn., arrested a burglar and took him ter hero a few days ago in a buggy, but wus gorged with huge cakes down to police heudquurtors. She found tho stream room. of ico. Dou was admonished several him in her sick mother's llt-tin- - Misses Hullo and Ivalhoiine Bogle will entertain In honor of their lady friends in thuir usual elegant manner Friday ovening. June Held hits resigned tho position of city clerk and Higglns Woods wh elected by the council to serve tho city in that capacity. H. H. Hooker, of Danville, was hero Sunday. Mrs. Tettle Hardwlck and brother, Acy, of Stanton, are with their sister, Mrs. S. G. Drye. MUs Liz.ie Bogle, of Lexington, has been at homo for several days on a vis-I- t to her mother, Mrs. Chlou Bogle. Miss Julia Stagg, of Liberty, Is visiting friends hero. As soon as wo can see Dr. Bohon and borrow his vocabulary, we want to express the pleasure that tho I. J,'h new dress gives tho constant readers in this neck o' the woods. .The early birds aro not rewarded according tt the'r prevlousness. TIiIh was demonstrated in our citizens gath ering Ice this cold snap, as those who gathered last got the best, much of It 8 !L?I,. every-day, NO. 87 M 'A of General "a well-know- n vere attack of rheumatism. Crab Orchard Is getting to bo quite a courting place. Mr. H. G. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, was down Saturday to defend T. Gilpon In a suit with D. K. Furrls. He also defended A. II. and A. B. Bast in in a suit over trespassing and cutting timber on" of a Mr. Farrls' land. Hon. F. F. Bobbltt represented the phitntitTs. Court was' held until n midnight, with a hung jury in the' Gil-pe- C Mos-ongo- rei-otve- d Me-Ginn- ls n s, Ih-'o- ii e, two-month- s' te h. Reference was made to the little aniIN THIS VICINITY. mal by the Solons, among whom was The 17 stakes of the Latonia Jockey Solon Henry, 47 times in a few hours Tuesday in E. W. Harris' harness Club closed with J.02: entries. was sent store. At Harrodsburg Sam Giles to tho work house for a year and lined A famine exists in Northern Louis ?500 for running a crap game. iana, 50,000 people being destitute. The While chumiliiL' wood Daniel Gar- - State has expended $G0,000 in relieving' hart, living near Richmond, struck ,u tho sulTorers, so as to allow them to wire clothes line with his ax, which re make crops this season. Tho starving bounded, splitting open his skull. say that they aro satisfied with dry Judge Warren Monfort, who was for bread and molasses. South Louisiana some vears iudiro of tho Franklin cir has been asked to send f,000 barrels of cuit court, and also Commonwealth's molasses. Nearly all the stock have attorney for several years in that dis- died. trict, died at Plnoville, to which i lace Indiana has the most wonderful twins he moved some time ago. in tho world. They are living at ArRev. S. A. Mutchmoie, D. D., of Phil- cadia, tho two twin brothers of So, who adelphia, has given tholibrary of Cen- married twin sisters, now SO, in a tre College, with the consent of tho double wedding more than SO years ago. Memorial Presbyterian church, of Phil- In each family thoro aro now seven adelphia, tho S. A. Mutchmore library, boys and tlvo girls, but there are no originally 'founded byhlm-fothat twins among them. The couples were of somo church. The library-consistmarried in 4,000 volumes, valued at $0,000 or Wm. W. Amburgey. a Confederate w Advocate. soldier of Hindman, has not walked a Tho Cogar nemp Company, of Dan- step In 2.j years and has not been out ville, bus been incorporated with a cap- doors but twice. One time was for tho ital stock of $:i0,000, with;C.eorgc Cogar purpose of being Immersed in the Bappresident; Ed R. Sparks, secretary and tist church. treasurer; John Davis, superintendent. Miss Hanun Ream, tho largest woTho company will prepare high grade man in Ohio, weighing 150 pounds, hemp for tho twine and bagging facto- dropped dead at Springlield. Her cof-ii- n ries of tho East, and will at onco givo measured 84 inches in length, U2 regular employment to about HO labor- inches wide and 22 inches deep. ers. Over tl,000,000 bodies havo been InMaplewood, tho beautiful country terred In cemetories at Home, Italy. tho r s 18-"I$7,-00- case and a tine of $." and costs assessed against Mr. A. B. Bastin. Mr. T. M. Holmes Is suffering from la grippe. Miss Fannie Redd, who lms BUILDING: been visiting her uncle at Livingston, Other projierty brought fair prices. No. 3. Situated Jut ontildoof city PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. epleudid turnpike and between town limits on a returned home Tuesday reporting a deand The meeting at the Methodist church barn and all necessary outbuild-Inglightful vi.it. Dr. Burnslde, of Lincoln Ky., splendid dwelling, for Ixjtli domestic nnd Turin will begin in earnest ample water and there near l)lxN. 1. Sittinte-- In 1" acr., county, tine, stock Utvt, ixjiitulntiu villi n was enlled to Crab Orchard l 4 This farm is all fence and In rich harvest, as we are all sinners. liirse lirick dwelling, two pxxl burns, all nrcevury high statoofculthation, under good producing qual- n In fact its tine orchard of ities are first class and second to nono In the counTuesday to see Miss Brittau. who lives IMero aro some, of course, who will ontlmlMlii, all under khxI I from a careful prudent ty; In addition to this it is contiguous to the city, at Cedar Creek and Is very low of pneu- ridicule the doctrine taught, because aliont 'Mi ot rets made rarlctii".. Till and farm in a which Is a Milling in the way of being close to selection arvlluiat-the hljjli state of cultivation nnd will Produce in nuall-tmonia. Mr. D. B. Edmiston is now out they are prejudiced or ignorant, religious facilities. I'rico and but k and quantity that of any farm in Lincoln coun- tine educationalbalance In and i years. half cash, acre; ternu easy. $W and Mr. Nichols, of Brodhoad, has must be remembered that the same ty. I'rico ler No. 6. Contains 107 acre"", 4 miles from Crab Orcharge of the government position kind of people laughed at Noah and No. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., chard; aens of line river tiottom, which Is now well Improved all tinder fence, set In hero as storekeeper and ganger .at tho ( crucified tho Savior. rioter and tlmotby; some timber and uuder well watered, fine liody nt limit- r, 7. acre of rler Rood fence, moderate Improvements and never In tine condition for any kind of farming J. W. James. bottom land Is well W, B. Mason will make a thorough hottnm, Trice SH er acre, cash in acre.water. The whole farm $l,0OU, worth 830 per products Trice for cash, is In very feeble Col. John Buchanan hand, lialance in ami i yean. canvass for .the democratic nomination balance In and 'J years. health, never having fully recovered for clerk of the court of appeals. He No. 3. Contain'. ISO acres. Rood Improvement No. 7. Near Crab Orchard, containing 133 acres, water, fine applo orchard, nice location well Improved In every particular and nicely locafrom his fall some weeks back. Miss is now in Kentucky. In excellent very productive, about i mile!) from Stanford. ted. Trice Jit! )cr acre; terms liberal. Lizzie Gormley has gone to Lexington his nbsenco John M. Farm is acting as I'rico SI.WU. No. 2S. Contnlns 400 acres, fine brick to learn to bo a trained nurse. She has nclrcult clerk and would be a good man No. 4. Situated In Lincoln county nnd contains duelling with 8 rooms, splendid liarn and all outlaflnp, productive, river K)sitIon at the Protestant Hospital. buildings, volumes of never falling water together uUofwIiicli a for the place If Mi. Mason Is elected Mncret. rplcndld with all under good with a soil that will give satisfaction in the yieldWo predict that Miss Lizzie will prove clerk of the appellate court, although fence plenty of neverImprovement!, and will railing water ing of any kind of farm products. Situated on good !,'0Q; pike, close to school aud church. I'rico SIS per fine hemp, tobacco and corn. I'rico useful in this profession as, she has a four republicans have already Wen terms ca.iy. ' acre; easy terms. bright dlsK)sltlon and is very ener- mentioned. The democrats can hold getic. Mrs. Hannah Steger and daugh- that and all other otllces If. tHey will Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Furnished, Kents Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDEH, Stanford, Ky. ters have returned from Colorado unite and work together. Miss Leah's health did not Springs. The Inclination of the present generimprove while there and they thought ation to adhere to superstitious ideus is best to bring her home. She Is too 111 fully manifested In expressions of a beto see her friends, but they anxiously lief in tho influence which u groundenquire after her each day, which she hog exerts over the weather. The old appreciates very much and regrets story of the varmint coming out on the that she can not see them. Mr. W. E. second day of Febauary, seeing his Perkins, who had the misfortune to shadow and going back, causing six fall and break his leg, Is resting easy weeks more of winter, is familiar to at this time. Mr. II. G. Johnston, every one. Ho did not sec his shadow stock claim agent of the L. fc N., was last Tuesday and winter willjsoon be 7a at Crab Orchard Wednesday. over, according to g. theory. J. I. Hamilton has been to Lexington, where he bought a standard bred stallion for $100 and brought him to Lackey & Galley's stable. Miss Lottie May McRoberts, daughter of R. E. McRoberts, entertained a number of her young friends Tuesday, the 8th anniversary of her birth-day- . Mrs. David Ross, daughter and brother, John L. Walker, returned from Bloomington, Ind., whero Mrs. Ross had been to attend tho bedside of her mother, Mrs. Patsy Walker, who died a fow days since. W. O. Rignoy and R. II. Batson went to KnoxviUo in the Interest of those who hold stock hero in the Southern Building and Loan Association. Nothing definite is known as to tho settlement that will bo made. If you buy your clothing from Mv D. Hughes, agent for Wunamaker & Brown, you will not only get the best goods for tho least money, but you will contribute to tho building of thetlOO,-00- 0 church which the firm is to erect. At the sale of the property of Morgan Hudson, deed., Wednesday, the farm of oOO acres was offered and withdrawn, the highest bid being ?20; 110 acres with the residence was then rented to Dennis Foley at H.'Si jwr acre. Horses brought 2."i to 'ffiO: cattle ?20 to sheep W0; corn SL.'tO and wheat !)0c. to-nig- ht Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an iff A please suit to a wedding outfit Our stock of .1'J Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, fhinaware, Glassware, Queensware, Ac , was never more comp'ete. ir VI : 'v. HARRIS A HARDIN, m. ll $ Faffs Branch (oaf. w Wo are now Sole Agents for the celebrated Falls Ilpnch can furnish any other coal desired. Will Coal f i f ,M and - JHJJ Take Farm Product In exchange for coal. Call and see us before buyhiL'. We will Save Zk. $ T r. M I 'I ft mi Y"u W J. H. BAUCHMAN St CO. i W toll-gat- TlT 5 I V 11 A REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. INTERIOR JOURNAL -- ., pur-ixwe- s. fcm-e- ; I y ?10,-0"- 0, 1 CO - fall-iti- ij one-thir- d 1 one-ha- lf V w fa 1 v I South-easter- n 3 two-stor- y Ixit-to- m pro-du- m MitiWWM:mMB. Best Work, Lowest Prices, Prompt Deliveries. n i i I 1 I PHARMACY. I I I solicit share your patronage a call I 1 DRUGS & TOILET ARTICLES 4 I hand And Infant and Invalid Foods. Fresh stock always 1 PRESCRIPTION We of '1 4 I Give us 'ft" . on m S3 Lj W. B. MoBOBERTS. 1$ 11 i A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each flO's Worth of Goods We have just opened a large and comprehensive stock of GIVEN : AWAY Side-Boards, I ' I Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, B1UC-- A BRAO, &0. . Dining Tables, The lad cs are especially invited to see our now lino of Picture Frames nnidj to order Wor Rockers, Enameled Beds, Easles, Pictures, fec aud price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades. sv u J. A. BEAZLBY A & CO. Lancaster, Ky. 0. OnDGKCAKIDG BY a II I 1 J. C. M'CLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room Opposite Court-iHous- e y the lst herds My brcolcr were afford to rely upon in every emergency, ofthlstiiiiouihrvett elected fromseveral SIMM A of iwlne In of illtterent ones for "le. Urol MiIeiulM lot of tertainments given this winter. Prof. for ho adds to his wisdom justice, to sows a H.i'Ialty.llpSatisfaction guaranteed, Corrc- Chandler and Miss Withers, of Lexing-ro- justice courage, to courage kindliness, won tho prises in a literary con- - und to it all n stylo that Is tho envy of Crab Orchard, Kjr. tho press. Richmond Climax. Climax, of n, test.-Rlchm- homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, was the scene on Friday night last of another of tho many brilliant social events that have made that homo famous among society folks. Tho occasion was in houo'r of Misses Dolllo and Fannie Shanks, ,two very attructlvo young ladles of Lincoln. With tho mercury dancing a around zero, and eight miles to drive friends braved to Maplewood, weather and' were rethe Inclement paid by one of tho mo.tt delightful entwo-sto- p d Tho readers of tho Climax are ear- -' neatly invited to peruse tho column on ' our first page entitled ''Wal-- i to-da- y, Mc-Rabc- rts THE INTEKIOK JOUHNAL Is In truth a moulder of public opinion, and its editor, W. Thoroughbred P. Walton, Is the kind of man one can ton's Wonderfully Wise Words." In no wise is this an alliteration at the expenses of truth, for every paragraph Is ' the nroductof anen nithv., nointed nnd , , , t powerful. Tho Stanford ( Semi-Weekly, ' ?im?M& BLUe-QBASa HERD USD Diirocjersej EM!, 4 - ,t ond bV tTtCiTioli"iiTfwii'iri' ilii ri.wftnry l" " H If ; ! The farm of 'MS acres was rented to n horso Jim Mlddleton. tho New York World published in trader, for $1. lot!. Advocate. JOURNAL says ho has tho Dailey Register. THE INTERIOR submitted no interview Breeders' The National Saddle-hors- e A man named Evans has sued tho L. with nny newspaper man. Fact is Mr. damages at Bowling Association met In Louisville and electN. for $i:,000 Gage is not' the kind of a man that tho ed Col. John 11. Castlemun provident him. article makes him. He is a bimetal-lis- t Green for "black-listing- " Feu 5, 1897 Kv., Stanford. Mrs. Robert limit was thrown from and Col. I. B. Null secretary. In the and in 1894 was one of a committee no dividends will be declared, for the promotion of International bi a cur and killed at Flndlay, O., while future mmf but all funds will be devoted to the adbrother's burial. ., A big drop at the Louisville Store. The nierniry dropped only metallism, which "believed that the on her way to her W. P. WALTOX. saddle-hors- e Interests. Enoch Wright, aged 101, and his vancement of Winter was late In six degress and still that is not equal to ours. da? is not far distant when tho necessl- A good crowd attended tho sale of inter-- j wife, aged 99, died within an hour of we find wc have coining yet Spring iss close nthaud ties of commerco will compel tho Spencer Rubble's It is gratifying to noto that the lieu- national use of silver as well as of gold each other In Claiborne county, Tonn. everything went effects yesterday and high. Corn in the Tom Farrar. of C.londulo, O., drank tenant in the command that was sta- in the currencies throughout tho en. t so fear- tire world." he couldn't crib sold at $1.25 to 8l.13; pair ihuUm a pint of alcohol because tioned in Xow York, who was get whisky, and died from the effects. $1.10, and another pair $1!H!: fully cut by his brother olllecrs, when Tun Sentinel Democrat, of Mt. SterJ. Kifesell Hawkins, who was for S jack S 129: yearling jack $5 '; hoives SKI he yielded to love, and married the small and years clerk of the Kentucky Senate, Is to $H: yearling colts $20: bunch Imling, has joined the noble, but pretty daughter of a ami here's dying at hi homo In Franklin county. pound (boat 4.70; milk cows $'K to $10; oJllcer, that he had to resign, is about select set of this time of the year nnd therefore have decided to drop our olllcers looking at it. Editor W. T. Havens 'Deputy Sheriff Judge, of Fulton, yearling calves $20 to $:W. Corn land to bo reinstated, his brother prices in your favor, not 10 per cent but even 2ft per cent to make land at $S.25; having agreed to rimovo the social will have to get up and hustle and the while out In pursuit of a fugitive, shot rented at $.t.7.": wheat room for our Spring Stock. In and killed Clms. Williams, an inno- grass land .K.iV): timothy meadow iii.llf. ban put upon him for the grave breach llrst Issue shows that he can do so. II. F. Ilillonmoyer, the noted Lexcent man. of etiquetto in marrying a girl against The report that a coldness has Hanna House, accused of causing the ington nurseryman, Kiys the warm whom naught but praise could bo said, sprung up between Gov. Bradley and had Miurply adexcept that she was the daughter of a John Yerkes Is pure drivel. If there death of Miss Susie Moss, at (Paducah. weather of November plum buds, sergeant. The fact that a ban should over was a mutual admiration society by producing ati abortion, was held vanced peach, cherry and some 12 or 1ft can resist and while they ever have been placed upon the young these two form one, which naught but without ball. . Wo mention only a few nt tides to prove tho fnct thnt wo really if Marv Anderson, of La G range, Ind. , iltM'trni 1m1ov zero, the cold of last Bb Stt-iit t sufllcient to make the blood of All t..... u llliMMrtil .,.:..., otllcer is w Lil nun. Hill 4tt ivw Kl.ifL- i ikf J.I tnr0nw vMi i Wnftll lm '........ death can sever. took poison when her mother told her j' week was just ulwut the measure of people, who pay the bills of these the 75c , now oOc. yd All wool black figured Suiting, 34 Inches wide, she should not marry a saloon keeper their endurance, and would likely havo paupers, boll with shoulder-strappe- d All wool black ank Ithic Henrietta, worth wurtli (UV nowlOc vil POLITICS. twigs not been fatal to them had the : :.: t. ;. . of that town ,n r a indignation and make them feel liko r.11.. kww u.i ,m. ..! MUIWV ..tu.i vinrittir "" .1 ihh' iiiiw 111 WIIUI rmtnit UK UIl II t'llllMihi u'lirni ix UVt. IlllW JU U Mrs. Carew, who was tried at Yoko- bjon very considerably covered with fl Lindsay Introduced a bill to In their own hands. Senator taking the matter II .TOcyd Half wool fancy figured Suiting worth 25c, now 15c yd. pay Gen. Casslus M. Clay a pension of hama on the charge of poisoning her hour frost which Is always a protection Thk meanest act we havo read of $100 a month. husband, has been convicted and sen- to frozen tissues. lately was perpetrated by tho TabernaV Report has it that Maj. McKlnley tenced to death. MT. VERNON, cle Baptist church of New York. A has invited Chauncey Depow to accept The S. T. Mooro Furniture Co., of IJ Louisville, has been forced to the wall, few years ago John T). Rockefeller tho ambassadorship to England. Dr. J. W. Grant will be in Mt. Ver T We include Go at ono third their actual value, only 5c yard now mado the church a present of the Charles Dawes, of Chicago, will bo with nominal assets of $o0,000 and real non at circuit court for tho practice of ' ..uuu. bonds he held in a certain railroad. It controller of the currency and It is hop liabilities or profession ...1.11a . rt iImiiiiI nt his r i has been paying- tho interest right ed ho will not be so fresh as Eckels. UAYti f UrOWUUIt wmiu un u muni "v The charade club met with Mrs. J. along on them, till recently it defaultin Fulton, this State, shot a .Negro iio ui w Xe!)bitt Wo,,nCirlay 0V(.nlng Bryan polled 10,000 more votes All ...... .....I .11 II i ed and the church sued Mr. Rockefel- West Virginia in 1S9G than Cleveland limit). h.vMuisi hu wouldn't run when he pronounced it a very pleasant occasion. tt nil i.... i . ;iii .i.i grem. imip. ii win mmi nu nmul wuu jmu IBTDC un we ui n kiiiiim ler for tho amount. This was looking did in 1892 and yet ho failed to carry it. ordered him to do so. Penwide real Shaker at 25c yd. A few more Born, to tho wife of Mr. Sam a .jitt horse in the mouth with a venResolutions wero adopted by the Hlndo. Musselman, Buddhist, Jain, nington, Tuesday, Jan. 29, a daughter. geance, but fortunately the courts took House arranging for the formal canvass Sikh and every other religions indigen- The little one was named Jeannetto a different view of tho taatter from tho of tho electoral voto on Wednesday, ous to India,, absolutely forbid the uso and lived but 24 hours. church people and decided that a suit Feb. 10. of Intoxicating liquors. Mr. Will Brooks, the Mpulur drumcan not bo maintained to enforce a Inspector Letter recommends the Tho railroad commission mulcted tho mer, was here last Wednesday. Mr. ' p inf At from 50c to Jl CO, worth double the amount Indies' nnd Gen-J- ) gratuity. L. it N. $,'1,000 for discriminating in and Miss King, two students, are ill dismissal of Dr. Letcher from the tlcmen's shippers in War- with measles at Mr. Nell Parrott's. of the Hopklnsvillo Asy- freight rates between One day it is told that Gov. Bradley lum for "woeful lack of executive ablll- - ren and Simpson counties. Mr. Will Arnold, wjio has charge of will uppoint A. T. Wood, U. S. Senn-tn- ty" Aaron Welch, a Kansas outlaw, sur ishavlngasolgo the countv tho next it published that Judge A bill has been introduced in Cor.- - prised the good people of Wichita IM- vith lneuMcis nt life hoiKe. Ue?Ido.s Mr and Morrow has tho cinch, and ever Lnilivr nil wool Skirt l'atUTtw are greatly ruilucoil Joanf Ca.i- JK&JT and donatin in.,,' iun;i L'ress bv Renresentative Stewart, of joining tho church .. , , 01 me uunaies mo uuiii-it'i- i son anon that John W. Yerkes is dead sure Wisconsin, to make cities and counties allv to tlie preacners saiary. Now In the meres unil other I'lint.MGootlt nrc in thin great ilrow i , Kout limn Mt tltn to be appointed. It is not our fight, liable for the loss of life and property l,.-f-c IMUtUI iV J iinf IaIihU tt HUM who is said to have kill - with them. IU Ullj n tn G. K. Butler, 1H Lawrence ha. located in our nor do we participate in the suspense by mobs. ed 14 men in Australia, was arreted by Louo mm town to practice medicine. the Danville correspondent of tho on privileges detectives at San Francisco as he was ' The havo our physic.ans and they al seem isville Post says the public is suffering, and elections unanimously decided not disembarking from a steamer. , , ... ,,r,... i. .... to bo kept cry busy of late. Besides. but wo do wish the governor would set- to attempt to Col. II. A. And other Winter Clothing, as wo do not wnnt to carry them over tho one already ""thmed our physl-say- s give us a rest. We do tle matter and claim to a teat in tho Senate more tights than any other living man, so come and got the biggest bargains you ever mw, are Drs. Lovell. Davisand Broun. so much about Wood, but not know that Corbett will whip PiUslmfrom Delaware. Morrow and Ycrkcs are satisfactory to rne examining mm i yomiK iuui-ero- n In Kentucky mons in their light next month. Tho republican party us and to all who only ask for a good did not take place 'Monday, as he has demonstrated Its total unfitness to James Shelhammer, of Apollo, Pa., man. when she preferred to await the action of the rule, but the "fool democracy" will shot his sweetheart to death seems that in A. UltHANSKY A fO , l'tmrNinroiu. Old Dan Sickles, who made a greater make it possible for them to continue told him sho didn't love him, and fin- L'rand iurvthatthe case. Itwas accidentho killing during the in power. Georgetown Times. ished tho job by blowing what brains he claims 7 ass of himself than usual T. I). HANKY, Ma.vaoki. tal as he thought the weapon was not Gov. Black, of New York, has ap- he had out. lato campaign, is said to be slated for Parin, Carliplc, Mt Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenrebiirg. Tyntlilana, Versallljn, EmiTwo more suits of $2.",000 each have loaded. commissioner of pensions. He:used to pointed L. F. Payn Insurance superinMr. James I. White Is making some nence, Georgetown, Klizabetlitown, Frankfort, nnd Motickport, ind. & N., at Birclaim to be a democrat, but after Cleve- tendent in spite of the bitter opposition been filed against the L. handsome Improvements on his resion account of the land vetoed the thieving pauper pen- of a portion of the press. Payn is ob- mingham, Ala., wreck. Suits have been filed ag- dence. A spirit of enterprise seems to sion bill he began to fight him and de- jected to because he has been n lobbyhave seized our citizens and wo oxeet gregating landed where he ist. mocracy and finally A child nine years of age has been fo see a great deal of building done properly belongs. It is a pity that It is believed that when the proper anothis when he killed Key, his victim had not time arrives, Gov. O'Fcrrall will be received at the jonitentiary from Boyd this spring. It rumored that for house break- er elegant brick will be built on been able to also fire a fatal shot. The very much disapirolntcd by tho discov- county to serve a year mercountry would have gotten rid thereby ery that Virginia still prefers to send ing. It must have been a mighty frail Main htreet by one of our richest chants. house that he could break. of a very pestiferous individual. democrats to the United States Senate. As soon as he can secure tho engine Washington Post. " signed 'Hannn" from TRADE, and force which is taring for oil at A DISPATCH FARM AND William Jennings Bryan, when Brodhoad, Mr. George Levcsay Intends Cincinnati to the Capitol Hotel at shown Gago's Interview, said: "Gage T. J. Hill, bought of Bud Martin 10 to sink a well on the land where the Frankfort asking that a couple of rooms is a daisy. He wants to retire greenold Milt wells were started and deserted be reserved for him, set the city under backs, to sell silver and to have bank short vearlimrs nt.Slft. T. J. Teter had a valuable horse to because the How of oil ruined the pro- -' the hill agog and big preparations were notes redeemable In gold" only. He is die of distemper Tuesday. pect for salt und at that remote jwrlod made to entertain the boss by .those a daisy and no doubt about It." Woods & Lynn 6old In Cincinnati a coal oil wus unknown. Mr. Levcsay is him as a mediator to the who want A hopeful sign of the times is an apof hogs at 'I to U.45. d already one of our wealthiest farmers throne where pie is disbursed. Imug-in- p preciation of ?2T,000.000 during the past W. Carpenter sold to George and will doubtless ta a millionaire yet. i A. their horror and chagrin, however, 12 months in the value of live stock, Camden a lot of butcher cattle at 2 to common when "Hanna" proved to be a Mr. Boge Brown wo In town this which suffered during tho provious Vnliinb'o Goods Given away with CoiTetoand Unking Powder. 2Jc. of every day drummer, whoso lay-oweek. Mr. Andy Baker and family ocof 8I2.'1,000.-00three years a depreciation on the Betting has already begun samples required an extra room. At last a turn has been reached Kentucky Derby. Ornament is tho fa cupy the new house near Lungford station recently vacated by Mr. H. II. Baof depression, says a WE regret to see that many of our In the long lane vorite. ker. Mr. George Griilln, our polite exchanges are disposed to grow face- hopeful exchange .10 James Hudson bought of Thompson and efllcient jailer, Is again a candiyears standing For a politician of comio tious over the Courier-JournalBros., of Garrard, 21 young heifers date for that office. Mr. Alf Owens, of Is reprehen- the following dispatch from Washing- and steers at to ''.:!5. supplement. Such levity Hazel Patch, was In town Wednesday. is doing the best it ton Is not without its strong jolnt: sible. The C.-W. P. llobinson bought of John Messrs. John Mullins and Walter "United States Senator George, of Holmes some butcher stuff at lie and of can under the circumstances. It is Saunders, of Livingston, visited here Is quite comfortable y. mighty hard to be out in tho cold and Mississippi, Ike Phillips a lot at 2!c. recently. Miss Ardilhi Tyreo will hope that ho will With one Pound of Codec. HANDSOME LAMP with one 15c can of Hiking try to bo funny at the same time. The His condition gives The farm of the late Mrs. Josephine leave Sunday to visit her grand-pareclisoon bo able to leave for a warmer Powder. Coino and so for yourself. Snaldinjf, near Lebanon, of 120 acres, effort in this case is sufficient to caute at Pilot Point, Texas. Mr. John Sams Times. lachrlmation and leniency not levity mate." Glasgow sold at auction toL. M. Kstesnt $115.10. is quite ill. Mrs. Davu Henderson is from J. II, Wilson, Agricultural Commissioner Moore recovering from a serious illness. and lauglfter. Iowa, has been named as Secretary of has closed a contract with Landreth & Judge Pehkins at Covington seems Agriculture. He is a Scotchman by Sons for $000 worth or seeds to bo dis PKO BONO PUBLICO. to be tempering justice with mercy a birth and is at present professor of tributed by Ills department. charge agriculture In tho Iowa Agriculture a' little beyond tho limit. In his Wo have closed u deal with Mr. J. 11. S. J. und J. T. Embry only sold to the grand jury, he said that most of College nnd director of the govern- three hogsheads of their tobacco in Higgins for his coal plant' on Mlllttreot the many thefts recently committed ment experiment station. John D. Louisville. Tho market was oiT and and will use our former plant on Depot were due to tho hard times and that Long, of Massachusetts, gets the navy they got only 5c and fie. street as a Feed Exchange and Order leniency should bo shown tho thieves. portfolio. Judge McKcnna, of CaliThe News says H. C. Melcor shipped OUleo. We can unload our coal cheapThis seems a judicial sanction of fornia, seems to bo slated for attorney from Lawrenceburg to New York In a er and we will bo able to combine a in the w. rid and you'll find them in every town in the thievery and Is sort of a premium on general. country. regular poultry cur 11,800 hens, 200 cheaper and betteiplace to handle coal tho crime. and a convenient point for you to leave 1. Tho druggist who hells "cheap" drugs only. geese, 125 ducks und 50 gulneus. News Briefly Told. 2. Tlio drugglst'who sells some good drugs and some H. Bronaugh returned from Ca your orders and buy .feed. Have we It. IN less than a month, tho last re. Five children broke throutrh tho Ice sey and Adair Wednesday with 0 given you satisfaction In tho past ? Wo clieop" one', raaining branch of tho U. S. governwhile skating in Iowa, and were drown young cattle which he bought so high will also try todosoin the future. Wo 3. The dryggiat who soils nothing but good drugs and rement will pass into tho hands of tho charges only what they're worth. that he was ashamed to tell what ho do not wantthe earth, nor thesolo agenpublicans, who booted and spurred will ed. cy thereof, but wo want to be of benefit Pennsylvania Lead Company, of gave. '. 4 The so railed exclusive druggist who sells good The country to a point of destrucride tho with liabilities of drugs generally, and never forgets to load them down Charlev Dawes bought of J. II. to tho nubile and make a living for ourtion, which will force the peoplo to Pittsburg, failed, an t'DU Small profit on largo quantities with exorbitant prices. Boone BIUllll bunch Ul heifers ..v Hie ov,.v-i- . gladly reinstate the party, which The supreme court decides that exWo belong tJ tho Tiiinn kind, Ourpriccs and goods Samuol Dudderar has refused $1 per is our motto; we pay tho highest market stands for low taxes and an economical u iuw .i o nro right. of governmental affairs. press companies can he made to pay bushel for his wheat, which he is hold price tor prouueo unu sen administration Noi-'i& Son. c.an. State taxes. ing for $1.25. woman AtKnoxville, Tenn., a G. L. Carter, who sent 100 mules The Richmond Climax copies a col- killed a Negro bruto who white Maj. Thomas Goodloe, aged 84, died attempted to down South two months ago, tells us umn and a half of editorials from this at St. Joseph's. Hospital, Lexington. havo been her. that up to date only d paper with complimentary allusion to as3aultStlito county, but Capitol building at Harris-bur- sold. They are 14i to 10 hands and Ho was a native of Madison Tho feel very tho editor, which makes him war lias been prominent as a since the Pu., was almost completely de- brought $40 to $00. proud oven if it Is not deserved. It is county farmer sold to Dick Gentry, of Favetto stroyed by fire. T. J. Hill reproduced elsewhere, not in tho spirit , di Itcv.J. A. Brooks, u mare mule for $87.50 W. S. Marshall's printing plant ut Boyle, a of' egotism, but to show his readers' vine and prohibitionist candidate for which cost $7,000, sold at and 20 125-lshoats to same party at what a partial friend claims to think of Lexington, vice presiuonoy in iooo, uieu ai forced sale for $850. :ic. He also sold to Mrs. Wolf his bald tho him and his efforts in their behalf. Memphis of heart failure, superinduc day of the annual sale face phaeton pony for $85. The opening ed by paralysis. Miss McGregor, 2:13, Sappho, 2:15i, Col. Bueckinhidge is not in favor of trotters ut Lexington saw oil disposCharley, tho Infant son of Engineer and Crescent, 2:24, the threo daughof a compromise with sliver democrats ed of at un averogo of $08. W. 11. Holly died at Rowland Wednes- For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer Henry Nelson, u Lexington Negro, ters of Robert McGregor, owned by W. in order to get possession of tho offices, day and waa burled by tho side of Its prices than ever. he says. No, but he compromised his was fatally shot by his wife, whom ho E. Spier, of Glen Falls, N. Y., uro all In Buffalo Cemetery yesterday. 2:101, by Election- mother renounced tho party that had caught with a paramour. manhood and run through the planer and sized. Boxing'dressed in foal to Del Mar, John Brown, In a lit of jealousy, shot Studing and Joist A Washington farmer in a fit of an- eer. had mado him what ho Is, when he perone side all seasoned stock. At the Tom Aduras salo in Garrard and killed his sweetheart, Ellen mitted his nyno to go under tho "log ger blew out his little son's brains, and in wise county, Va. Brown yesterday, 200 barrels of corn sold at cabin" to regain possession of an office afterward committed suicide. 58c and mules at $40 to $79. then shot himself. Edward O. Leigh, who was assistant $1.40; hay at hlB outrageous conduct had forfeited. I Lyman Gage disowns the interview secretary of State under Gov. Brown, and has bcComo managing editor of tho Pa-due- well-know- A Big Drop.fS Many Winter Good: ! I Too seml-woeklie- s, 'r i H DRESS GOODS Is--- .!J ttt Vs t.,-wi- - . . i -- h! 1 11 ..... F JSjcg hir)c of Plaids P -i m JJ, h 1 W ui zirri--i . . -- Ql 2f COMFORTS AND BLANKETS A r: poor-hous- e, ! "' Senate-committe- re-op- Du-pon- t's ...i.i . P i' m SUNDERWEARE OVERCOAT a THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. Ca-ha- 0. $49.-),00- LOOK AT THIS. I car-loa- 600DS TO GIVEAWAY. Pitcher ut 0. 's Fine Decorated Bowl and 11 J. to-da- nt HIGGINS & McKINNEY. There Are Four Kinds of Druggists . IV I . PENNY'S DRUG STORE:. Doors, Sash and Blinds, 40-od- g, well-know- n 10-hn- b. Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Etc. Titi-wort- h, A.C.SINE, LWIMMWM - - Stanford, J, Ky. I I Jute v .Q . WMVMwmVxtut It 1 .. .A ' .' A frtfcV- - u w ' ,.? 'k. jfarifeOUij.! 'viK'.l;i lllllll III WHnwiiiii m)ton7m.i mnir.tTlllMI r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., FV.ii. 5, P" Dankb hna fine nmritol elockrt.' s I'rksgriptions accurately Craig & filled al FOR 1897 E. ('. Walton, HtiNi;s.s Manaolh. Youliuuld tnko yonr prescriptions to Penny's drug More wi ere prompt nnd accurate cr vice In guaranteed PERSONALS. Mits. (5. V. consumption. Martin 1 very 111 with Mr. Joskpii Lebanon TuoMluy. srvrranck wont to Mrs. K. IJ. McKinnry, of tho West KihI, la very nick. Luhmi: Duncan', of Wnyno,' wjw tho , guest of Dr. (.'. A. Cox. MissJi-sst- K Dkani: C'ooic 1m vlit-In- g rclatlvcM lit UuHtonvllIo. Mish Lii.Lii: Martin Ih visiting in tho Mnywood footlon. rol-utlvi- 'H Iml., Indlunuolln, Wniy. Miss Drlimua Nrwland, of Crab Orchard, Ih tho guet of .Mln I'oarl of In Mrs. Franic Volz, tho guit of tlio MIhpch lMiUUM. Thomas G. Ni'nnkm.ky, of thoTur-norsvlll- o Miction, hun lx:on very ill for hovoral duyn. MlHS UUCIIANAN, of Crah Orchard, 1h vlnltlng lior Hbtor, Frankfort Capital. Iiuh Mr. A. n Addtuntt tho loo Monday und got laid hitn up Hluoe. Highland Jim Cartku flipped on fall which Hur-rodidni- rg MishLkna Lackky wont to er, Mr. Sum C. Laekoy. Wodneeduy to vUlt her brothAl . (J. Hl'KKMAN, who hurt ln'cn hlok for a week or mort, now hun a cuko of whooping cough. Mrs. It. A. Mccarty, of WIHIiimh-burhart 1h'ii tho guont of her hhi, Mr. W. L. MeCarty.of Klngrvlllo. full-lledg- g, Mrs. Mary Craio in at Iliiftonvlllo attending tlio Wdsldc of hor undo, I'r. Hawklntt Hrown, who continue ill. .Ton 1. HfRTON, tif Montgomery, Ala., arrived yentorday morning to vihlthiH father, Mr. William Hurton. Mil. IJ. T. Conway, who hns u cinch wan bore on tho Lebanon Wednesday returning from Luncimtor. iOht-oIllc- o, Mrs. J. H. HAl'dilMAN entertained K.MIIIIY dis-or- very charmingly tlio "Keononileal Club" from - till 1 yesterday afternoon. MKSSItS. S. J. AND J. T. e wen; to Loulrtvillo Wednesday to of their I" hogidiondn of tobacco. MR. JOHN S. HroilKH Is agent for a vaMr bath cabinet, mudo by a Toledo. O., firm, which In Mild to bo a grand MKtSRS. ClIARLK--S AND JRRRY AMS, of AD- HiiHtonvillo, woro hero yonter-da- y returning from a visit to relatives near Hubble. Mr. V. II. Shanks, who him been playing tho role of widower for a cou-pl- o of weeks, went up to Richmond to bring Mrs. Shanks home. Mr. J.T. Carson, wife, and con Itandall, and Maxtor Koliort Snider, of Anchorage, came up Wednesday to visit his father's family here. Miss Katii: Lt:i: Yhaorr has returned from Stanford, accompanied by Miss Mary Hruce, who will be her guest for soveral weeks. AdviH'tito. Mrs. Maooii: Uirii and children hae moved to Corbln, whoro sho will 0cn u millinery store in tho spring. Miss Vaunah Heck is with them for a while. John A. McHohkrts, of Corbln, had f.'HHl in tho Southern Building & Loan Association at ICnoxvIllc. Tho Kilter-pris- e says another Corbln man hud in it. C. Kdwi.n l'llllM'S, of tho "Manhattan Musical Trio," who has lieon hero several days, Is a musical wonder, being a eomjK)ser of noto and a iKirformor on nearly every kind Of Instrument known. Jamks T. C00KK, tho HarriMlsburg sursaparllla man, was on a visit to his agencies this week. Ho say times nro mlglity hard, but tho jwoplo will h:ivo his wonderful pauecoa for tho ills it Id Intended for. AsilHY M. WaRRKN will go to to tako part in tho Cyn-thlana to-da- y Tho remains of Mrs. Lavinia Chcnault Montgomery were brought here from Mt. Sterling and interred besldo those of her husband, tho late Dr. T. IJ. Montgomery, in HutValo Cemetery, Tuesday. They were ac HOME NEWS, companted by her children, Misses Helen and Maud and Muster Thomas DANKS for Sterling silver spoons. Montgomery, Miss Helen Chcnault, GOOD dinner at Meier's court day for Miss Mary Miller und Messrs. Waller 25 cents. . Chcnault, of Fort Scott, Ark., and Will Horn, to tho wifo of Henry Ander- Miller. Mrs. Montgomery died of pneu monia after a very short Illness. She son, a lK)unclng boy. -"" was a member of the Presbyterian Hats. Latest styles and colors, just church from childhood and was an ex out. H. J. McHoborts. cellent Christian woman. Tho funeral services were conducted at Mt. Ster Fivk room cottago on Logan Avenue ling by Klders Tibbs und Clark, of tho for rent. Mrs. M. J. Withers. Christian church, in tho absence of tho LOST. Wuok setter dog. Answers pastor. Mrs. Montgomery and her sisto "Mack." Leave word at this olllce. ter, Miss Helen Chonault, were engaged in a school for girls to prepare them on Main street In STORK-RoOfor college and waa making quite a JOURNAL building for rent. W. diiccesB of it. She leaves threo hand1 Walton. some children, now entirely orphaned, 1800 nnd for thorn great sympathy Is felt. Last Call. You must pay your tux on or beforo March 10th, 1897, or The death of Mrs. Montgomery makes your property will bo advertised. T.I the eighth of the family of 15 to cross i ' the dark river. D. Newland, S. L. C. MONTOOMKRY. " 1 -- His contest thero Heart" subject will bo "Tho und aH ho has much native ability and hud boon thoroughly drilled by Miss Mary Hurrla, of tho College, his friends oxpect to hear that ho has won llr&t prize. to-nig- Toll-Uil- o son, of color, came in yesterday and Try us for cash. Fart-I- Sc Hardin. asked us to announce him us a rand'- -' J. B. Hium.vs 1ms rented the For good flro insurance and prompt recently vacated by B. K. Wearenolllce ' date for circuit clerk on tho republican and payments call on K. H. Mahony. will use It to receive Ills coal orders in. i ticket. He'd make a good one. ' S'nmctbingnuw in (lie renlm of Health nnd IHgiene. It Is I WILL soil rough lumber and shin00 DAYS. Bush Perkins, for robbirg MT' 'aaaaaaffaaaaaaaaWL. for tho bent-li- t of every man. woman and child. It Is nature's Wk can't tell whether tho winter Is George gles as low as unylody. A. C. Sine. Welch, also colored, was given K"Mt helper in the lite of the JuMly celebrated economical over till wo hear from Casey. Mr. W. 00 .. r Vrtpor I!.ith Folitiiifi Cabinet for Homes A completo days in jail at his trial Wednesday. SOMK scamp stole J.'l of George IJ. P. Tate says tho loth Is g. h. day down Mcdhated or Perfumed Hath or Hot .Springs TreatPerkins spent tho night with Welch ment g your own JlrtHide al a nominal cost. All physicianH there. Wearen's chickens a few nights ago. and appropriated SI of his host's mon- mil iims it nnd It is now in use in ninny Hospitals of tho . li unity nnd in thousands ol homes Guaranteed a perfect Stbnooraphy and tyiwwrltingdono WOVKN wire and oak picket fence, cure for La Grippe, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, I olds, Skins correctly and reasonably at tho Inter- tho most economical fence In the marDiseases, Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidney nnd Liver TrouMflfRl'MONTflL ket. I am selling It at about cost of ior JoL'RNAL otllco. ble, nnd is Woman' liest Friend Affer n vnnor Inst manufacturing. A. C. Sine. In Philadelphia there arc 10,301 wid licfnic jrning ! Ix'd, you wi s;iv no other b.tth is comparable to it. It removes all Wo havo tho solo agency for Coal. the cITiMo, pernici'HW nrcuiniihitions of the skin. renduiini it smooth and glowing, Solo.-D- r. J. F. Peyton hold to W. owers and 51,701 widows. tho celebrated Falls Branch coal. .1. rcinvigoiating the whole s stem. With oidinnry care will Inst a life time When y not in tise c.iii bf folded Hiid set away J. C. Foster mid MIs-- t Ada May A. Trlbblo tho live shares of stock in Two or three cents' worth of wood alcohol II. Baughman & Co. and about a pint of fs all tbnt is iiccc-sirfor each bath. Can he seen at Ornig were married at Harrodthurg. tho Fanners Bank and Trust Co., advm) 1 J. S. HUGHES, Southern flgerH- will sell you lxtst quality stool vertised in last Ibsuo at a little over The Prince do Chlmay wan granted a tV HocWh rooling nearly as cheap as you can buy $101. divorce from his wifo, who eloped with shingles. A.. C, Sine. a gypsy fiddler. -. Tin: g. h. didn't see his shadow in Bertha E. Baker, aged 1.1, has just You must jjayour account at this section Tuesday, that's certain. Y0L been divorced at Kokomo, Ind. She WILLIAM SHELTON. this olllce. Bring your money when The day was dark and gloomy and school. you come to town Monday or there'll snowy. Winter is over, praise the will The Second Session of 1890 97 W. O. Chcnault and Miss Lucy Gilbo a fuss to camp. Lord ! l)oth of Madison, were married bert, ON MONDAY, 2GTI-I- , 1807. Tuesday at IJlackstock, S. C. DlSTILLKRY. Leo II. Stono is buildvery much worried Job Goodi: For full inioimition about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Catn ing a distillery for James II. Carter at about the free turnpikes wo will likely Arthur Wall, aged 22, and Miss logue. Aticirejs, Jilts. HAAMK S. SAUFLEY. Lady rm.vcirAL. Stanford. Kv Highland, which will have a capacity have. Ho has been trying to move to Mary J. Vinson, sweet 10, were united of live barrels a daw town for 10 years to avoid paying toll, for better or worse at South Fork Wednesday. Say, we are loaded up on Dried he says, and now when his fondest C. B. Gibson, of Jonesville, Va.f and hojos are realized the gates arc soon Fruits, Beans. Hominy, Grits and all Miss Maggio Bales, of Richmond, were kinds of Canned Goods. Como and see to bo thrown ojhmi. married Wednesday. us. Warren it Shanks. Untrub. Tho rejHjrt that some oth- Paris Kentucklan. The wife of Victor Cause, of WilMORK snow fell Tuesday, but Wed- er person than Mine Host Gus Do you need spectacles? If so have your eyes tested at once at would run Crab Orchard Springs mington. Del., wants a divorce because nesday was bright and clear. Yesterc day was dark again and the signal ser- thin season, is absolutely without foun- her husband refused to comfort her dation. Mr. Hofmanu has renewed his during a thunder storm, nnd ran to the vice predicted rain or snow lease for live years und intends to run cellar instead. and Friday. as long in tho patronage Is sulllclent T. D. Hurgis, for 00 years a magisI'OSTPONKD. -- Iii order to avoid a to war. ant It. He is going U) make n trate in Marshall county, Is dead. Dur- Spectacles and Nose Glasses from 25 cunts up. We nro Specialists in the fitting of Spectacles. conflict with thd Manhattan Trio to- sjH.'clal olTort this season to make the ing his term of olllce he had married night, the College people havo very place more popular than ever. . 1,!HX) collides. His docket shows 2,000 kindly Mstponcd their eutertalument decisions which were never reversed. till Friday evening, 12th. Tin: "Manhattan Musical Trio," Hobert Lord Cave fainted while the Cheapest in pi ice and best in qua'i ty. Messrs. Phlpjw, Brady and Veatch, wedding ceremony was being said Now Is your chance to show your ajn CST Full Line of Surgical Supplies. prcclatlon of the Stanford Gold Hand who showed at Temple Theatre in which bound him to Miss Sallle Louisville, week of Jan. 18th, have a Lexington belle, when he found and hear good music besides. Attend been engaged by the Stanford Gold he had forgotten the wedding ring. tho jKjrformanco of the Manhattan Trio Band to give a porformuncoat Walton's After he was resusitated the preacher which is for tho benefit of tho 0)ora Houpo Friday night, Feb. f, completed his job. b.md. 1807. The "trio" is pronounced tho Prof. Perry, of the Female College ItKNTKD A ClILMICIL A. C. Sine has best musical organization of its kind on at Pewee Valley, intercepted Miss Ma rented of Squire J. S. Murphy tho old tho road. It Is a city attraction. Mas- ry Potter, a pupil from Bowling Green, FKBKUAUY IS- Christian church on Dumu street nnd ter Veatch, one of tho trio, was for- as she was trying to leave the College will use It to store away his lumlwrun-ti- l merly a Stanford Iniy. Admission 2." to eloie with A. C. Jurcy, also of BowJ3 "i he ttcglns the manufacture of his and .'lo cents. Seats on sale at McHob- ling Green, and compiled the young quick change money drawer, when ho orts' Drug Store. man at the point of a pistol to go his may convert it into a factory. way. The girl wan afterward sent to Marribd.- - Miss ICate Cook, the do- her home. ClIICKKN Thikvim. Fields Salter mestic, who.--e name has appeared fn In packing eggs, a young lady drew these columns as the plulntilT In a Neand George Craig, two an ink sketch very neatly on one of Ambwe propose to offer suit und again as a lighter of no gro chicken thieves, were arrested and them of a cottage surrounded by tree?, placed in jail yesterday charged with little fame, was married Wednesday to shrubbery, barn and walks, and undervisiting tho roost of Andrew Dunn and Fox Tapp, a farmer who lives at How-lan- neath, in a pretty ladylike hund, these The wedding was a very quiet words: "My taking a half dozen or so hens. Their Mien Jessie GrifTy; athilr, Rut as soon as the loys caught Shelbyvllle, love; morning. trial Is set for Ind.. January 5, 1807." on to it they collected all the pans, The eggs were shipjed cast and WedCHARLRY Brown, a Negro lny, wax bells and other things that would make nesday tho ono was discovered by Geo. IS Of Wintor Goods at K& placed in jail Tuesday afternoon by Con- a noise and the eharavari that followed Wood, a clerk in a grocery store at was heard oven by residents of Stanstable Bailey. Ho had leen tried Mt. Vernon, N. Y., who has written Squire John Bulley foruttcmpllug ford. Miss Cook has had a rough road asking for tho heart and hand of pretty to kill his father and was bound over to travel for the past threo or four Jessie. to keep the ieace in $100. Ho could years and the Intbrior Journal joins Mrs. Pickltt, of Maysvllle, daughter not make bond and will lay in jail till her friends in hoping that her troubles of Charles Brarael, who requested his 09,1 We have yet to ofifer n very good lino of . S are all over and that hereafter she may body be circuit court. buried in a stone collln filled smooth sailing. She Is a mighty havo Tin: saloon men say that their busi- pretty girl and charitable people pity with whisky, twice married the same man; was separated from the man of ness is owning up rather slowly. There more than condemn her for former her choice, compelled by parents to have been few "drunkv" so fur, but we weaknesses. marry Pickltt. was divorced and mar-r- it are walling to see what we shall sec Also Undciwear, Blankets', Wool Hosiery, Gloves, Htc. v? her lirst love, who died; went to ONB Cbnt a Ybar. Ben Hardin, c nut day. Thero hasn't Ixjen a row on such days for u long time, nor an ar- who is just book from Monticello, tells Sm Monica, California, met and mat-r.e- d Pickett again, and is widow again. rest for drunkenness, tho crowd usual- us that Charles Burton, who carries ly departing by .'I or I o'clock as order- tho mail, daily except Sunday, front Her father left her .100 acres of land. 'M fig E37"Ncw Seasonable Goods Coming in Kvery ly as It came. Wo hope It will bo so Buruside to that town, only gets one $f?l Mrs. Betsy Beeswick, who died in cent a year. It is 'JO miles lietween the Monday. Mercer this week, aged 01, never saw jH)lnts and It Irt necessary to travel 40 Tin: way tho ;ro.--s road eorresond-ent- d miles a day or 12,520 miles during the a train and had never been out of the work tho daily pajwrs is sulllclent year. The payments on star routes are county. Attachment suits have been filed to make a canine cachinnate. For in- made quarterly and tho question arises stance tho Middleburg man dispatches as to how Uncle Sam Is going to pay against the Southern Building & Loan to the louisvllle Post by Mwtal curd tho of a cent, but the contractor will Association of Knoxville. i The Jones Lumber Co.'s mill in probably that tho "Suspension bridge, not likely sue If tho payments are postwhich spans Green Hiver at this place poned till the last quarter and then the Whitley burned, loss $20,000. Is the certainty of fulfillment was badly damaged last night by tho government can forward a copier, melting snow and Ice." The suspen which will be In full. of each and every one of them. When you leave The worse part sion bridge is merely a plunk laid across about the business Is Mr. Burton your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranthat tho stream for the use only of pedes has the contract for four years at tho tee that you will have an accurate and reliable timetrians. I ileslrtf to sell inv Millinery Storn vul location. same rate. The cause of the remarkaOnly millinery store In Kiwn. Any ono ilclriiik' piece. Tin: average man will do almost any bly low price for the contract Is that miiio Himiti nnn ii to inrir intercut to il'l'lv ' Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are thing, lie, steal, go around or what not Burton was determined to have tho imro. ur inrtli'iilni aililrro, Junction City Ky, MISS CALVBRT, SVtf keep from paying toll. Wo are told route over an enemy who was also a ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? t that tho Hustonville gate near town is bidder, and besides he had stages and We have gained the reputation for miles around for losing Vil a month by people going out hotes which ho had been using for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince the Somerset pike to tho county road years for that puriose. He hardly ever : you. near SherllT Newland'd and then by makes a trip without one or more pasUonoyvillo to strike tho IlustonvUlo sengers and at $1.50 each way ho may I utlt-- for tle prlTttcly Town lroierty In LonKy., 100 yirtls from I. A N. pike at Mr. Forcstus Hold's. It is a yet como out even. At any rate ho will don, mile or two further, and a bad road, enjoy the consolation of knowing that ilet. A pout lining Mtuatlon for mantifii'turliiKdwelling9 orca; good lurii nd other ucrcstiry outliuUdinKS and but it is 10 cents saved und tho pike is he beat tho other fellow. well and ornamentil trees and in m faaaaaaaaaal 'JMC" aaaaaaaaafl Ibis-h'.-i- ii m 1 Hocker's. Circuit Clbric John John- Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet ,' lth I Lit-se- C-- 7 STANFORD FEMHLE CQLLEG6. President. JANUARY r re-ent- er OPENS I:-- . Is Your Eye Siofit Faifino ? Hof-man- n, to-nig- ht Craig & Hooker's- TRUSSES ! 66 " Hul-loc- k, A i to-nig- ht HOCKER, mmmmmmmwmmMmm ORAIG -- ! I si A SHORT MONTH well-know- n bat-tar- dy d. 1 SHort Lots anil Short Lengths s le-fo- re I Very Short Prices. I tl Boots, Shoes And Rubbers, k m e v.w-- , ... m v,- - I)ny.a Back of IVIy Promises FOR SALE. 1 Town Property FOR r llrst-clo- SALE!. THOMAS DALTON. I mirpo-ios- , t beaten. The cowurdlv midnight raiders seem to be getting in their work in this county also. The pole tit the gate on the KingsviUe pike was removed Wednesday night, but It was done so quietly that the keeper, DOWN. Torba Gatb I plenty water to run any manufacturlni; establish-nion- t. For further Information addrew KURD HUUI, London, Ky. stoHrd fmit B. K. WEAREN & SON -- PUBLIC SALE ! I will, us committee for L. C. Dium. on the premifn of id Dunn near Mt Stilem, Dealers In- - Mr. D. A. Twaddle, was not awakened. A wretchedly written note, of which Ky., on the Hustonville A iliihlkbunj pike, on the following Is a copy, was left: Notice to all whom It. may consirn, MONDAY, FEB. 15th, 1897, to any Person or Persons Puts a Polo u Cross this Pike gin the may Look to Offer for tale to the highest bidder the follow proerty: be Handle By this gang. This work is vuj Stallion, One iiottna and well broke to drive Done By the Free Turnpike Hadors. in single or double home, and u good The Club No. 228,028, Just Finish at breeder; one good Jack, three years old; Three good Jennets, all in foal by good j 12 o'clock. (Signed) Jack; one Jack jacks; one Grbbn Wood, Colt; tiro Uorte Colls; one young Mare, Hadors Free Pike By Law U. S. A. uvrks veil and is in foal; Twenty Calves; "Lash For the noxt time, 7 stripes at Fifty good Kwes; lot of Clover Hay; lot of ono lick."' Com and rodder; one spring wagon. A drawing of a cowhide then apSale to commence at 10 A. Af. pears. Mr. Twaddle put tho )olo back 7Vri. All sums under Ten Dollars cash and doesn't seem at all scared. Ho over that amount on a credit of three wioifm knows that people who sneak uround wttU approved security ana to bear interest M. jyUJiTJJ, at night to commit such lawlessness from j date. iwOii itcjniiH u. i. xruiri. a cat if it showed fight. wouldn't hurt Tho pikes aro being freed as fast as Who eaa think of soma alniplo possible and theso scamps are doing Wanted-- An uui 10 pMsir themselves and their cause no good by Protectyour Ideaaj thr my bring yon wealth. 1 ! ia Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wag ons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Blackboards, &c. Agents for Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. H. C. RUPLEY, -- I i -- THE MERGHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his- - oo-i- Idea M ant aiMLMifiyj ! their acts. iSSi)MlmSs&fSmmSJS m AU Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. -- . Give him a Call. r '! ?W"'". "H. ,1l''-- ' ppi, price, v- - rrv" 'vrr" THEINTERIOR JOURNAL Z'u.'blials.oa.'r'iAosAaya ew3.4rf-3.a-3;- . BRODHGHD. i A.J. ntiffffiird, tho chlof. of police has boon pulling some ot tho boys for - "IJbJtJMfiPJ! I it r anatomy into mince meat with that knife, and ho did it well, too. At this point Tom pauses to point out several dark st)Ots on the knife.when his listen- ers quickly drop tho knife and van- ish up and down the streets vainly Absolutely Pure. trying to smooth down their hair. .Now Celebrated for Us great leavening strength and Mr. Harve Dunn says that if he doesn't hcalthfiilness. Assures the food against alum and talking all forms o( adulteration so common lntheh.ap bringthat knife back and stop brands. so much about what it did in Kentucky '' Kovai. Uaki.no Powder Co., New York. that he certainly will never trust him with another knife, for ho ,.says every- nor of body will know that he is it from the (ascription mat ne nas given of it. train riding. Miss Llz.io Ilorron roturnctl from YJC A.R. IN" AD VANCE- the city a few days ago and was kopt S2 PJnR. THE SENATOR'S COW. from church last Sunday night by hor charged. ' 3- - When not sop.ild OC.GO will best fellow. He Sold Her For 1IU Wlfonn.l Often lte trotted it Aftcrwiml. Kev. II. P. Barge r preached at tho When in a certain Icgislativo Baptist church last Sunday night. Tho it was proposed to make an apmembers of .the Baptist church will a pastor. propriation in a series of expenditures meet Wednesday night to call end, tho Hon. that never camo to It is said that tho Rev. Bain will begin Philetus Sawyer, then an United States n ascresm mcut... that tho , fCnator from Wisconsin, said K. C LOCAL TIME CARD. Baptist church. him of n cow that ho CU50 reminded Train leana Stanford at 7:10 a. vu. amljrcturni at Mr. R. II. Hamm has been doing a ouco hml ou his fanu IIo Mll tho stoIT . at 4:30 p.m. rushing business for the last few weeks thus: "Once, when we were living on K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. for Mr. W. II. Collyer in selling toomb-- ( tho farm, a man camo nlong and want-atnn,.12 37 p m . No. 24 Train going North nnd notwithstandinir ho has ed to buy n certain cow. I offered him .. 3 lit a in " ." No. 26 " ,.12 04 p " boutu been selling to people before they die, another, but nothing would do bnt tho 25 " No . 1 IKilp tn " ouo ho had iwiuted out. Then I told No. 2.1 ' ." to bo put at their own graves, yet it is him I'orallllftlnta, that that cow was ono I had given to die said that ho is wishing for people to my wife, and that I could not sell it SOU). THKOUflH TICKETS so that his business as salesman may without her consent. UAGOAOE CItKCKKI) TIUtOUOH. " 'Well,' said tho man, 'wouldn't she not languish. For any Information enquire ot Mr. Tom Castor, who lives in Greens-bur- Boll tho cow?' JOE S. niCE, Ageut, Ind., and camo to this county last "I weut into tho houso nnd asked my Stanford, Ky, October und who has been oiwratlng wifo if I should sell tho cow. " 'Oh, the oil machinery at this place for tho money. ' yes,' sho said, 'but I want tho QUEEN & CRESCENT. his homo u last few weeks, returned to Trains pass .luncllou City as follows: "I sold tho cow for 20, gavo my 3 3.:P m few days ago and has been enter- wifo $2 and said: No. 1 South .... 12 02lp m No. 2 North 3 IS a m ' 4 " 12 (;. m " No. 3 ..1 49 p :u taining his friends there by telling " 'Call on mo when you want more.' 1131am " 6 " No. 5 " ,.C 00 a tn " 10 " 8 33'p m No 9 " thrilling stories of bloody feuds, lynch-Ing"Then after that, when my wifo Note N'os. and 10 run no further than June raids on moonshiners and such wanted a dress, n lxmuot or money to Uon City. All triins stop there. incidents of what ho calls every day get a wedding present, she would ask MIDLAND RAILWAY- KENTUCKY Kentucky life. IIo has nso been ex- mo for somo of that cow money. I had hibiting a pocket knife, which he says paid' her several thousand dollars of it VIA GEORGETOWN. and wondered when tho credit would r. M. A.M. is a fac similo of tho kind carried by A.M. P.M. bo exhausted when wo built a house. ..... 2 00 l.re. Somerset, Arr OS 2 30 It has a handle mado Then it had to bo furnished. Wo figured 8 35 all Kentuekians. " 14 0 " JcLCIty, SIS ...... 6 30 450 ArrUeometown, I.vlo:w 6 0:1 from deer foot and the blade is about up what tho cost would bo of tho things 00 " 6M ' Kranktort, J 15 7 35 o six inches and has a joint like a needle wo wanted and found that it amounted I,ve9 55 8 30 Arr Paris 5 35 with an edge liko a razor, and in tho to roveral thousand dollars. I said: Dally except Sunday .. A. C. I) HEKCAW. O. '"mfe, 111 pay you tho oalanco of back is fitted that indispensable article In the make-u- p ofnill Kentuekians a that cow money, and you can pay for corkscrew. Tom tells his friends that i furnishing the houcI..with it.' .. uio .....,t,i .jti, ' HTi. was a uargtiiu, aim ai ihxs il.. i...t t .i. . x. i cow deal was over, Tho animal cot me . . a story wnicn no relates to mom ui nis not far from $20,000, but it was all Kentucky life and while he is relating right. " Youth's Companion. LRpYALISic-- a it his listeners examines the knife. It J What l'unled Hlni. runs thus: About three weeks ago a Half a dozen young fellows who woro arrived at man in Rockcastle county for isow York met togcthor on tho conclusion that that county was too bonml an ocean steamship. When board ubont small to hold him and a neighbor of in midocean, ono, whom wo will call his, so ho politely requested him to Smith, gavo a supper, at which cham move, but his neighbor refused to do pagne abounded smd w:n partaken of so, therouKn he proceeded to carve his freely by all and particularly by tho 1 pro-ccedi- ( , u. ( o. 111 ' DAUGHTERS of tho American RevIs acandldatefor Superintendent of I'uhllc Sclusils Burgeon of Lincoln county, suhject to the action of tho l)om olution who will attend tho annual coninrailc party. Dentist, vention In Washington, D. C, on Washington's birthday should bear in Stanford, It v. mind that tho Chesapeake & Ohio Is J. F. IIOLDAM the only lino from Lexington and Cen- Olllcoover Mcllolterls' lrug Store In the Uwsloy Is n caudldale for Assessor of I.liicolu roiiuty, subject to the uctlun of the demoeratle party. Huildtmr. tral Kentucky with through train ser Washington without change. vice to to idan, The C. & O. has two limited vestlbuled SAMVEI. ill. OWENS trains each way dally and tho time to Is a candidate for sherllt'of Lincoln county, suhjett and from Washington is several hours to tli action of the deuuwratlc party. Money to loan on linproul city pnis:rty or quicker in each direction than via any farms In StanTonl and Lincoln county nl Also wll other lino, beside avoiding tho many (l)ierceiit puyshlepuhlic or eoroRilloii otllcialst EMMETT McCOIUIACK Isimls for furnish annoyances incidental to chang- r.xecutors, Administrators or tiiianliaus nt Ietty 1'lro Am agent for four of tho Isa caudldale for Assessor of Lincoln county, subing cars and depots, etc. Before making Comiiaiiles doing liusiness In Kentucky and ject to the action of the democratic part?. Your solicit alronage of property holders In Stanford. Support Is earnestly sollcltisl any arrangement, get a map and time lUiles same as oilier compinles doing ltusltiiss here WALI.ACK li, VAltNON, AgU table of tho C. & O. and compare tho SI'Ciii advantages offered. Low round trip rates will bo made for delegates. county, Is SHELBY & SHELBY, Jectn candidate for ofAssessor of Unrolnartr. sol). the democratic to the action For further particular write or call ..l'roprieturs on George W. Barney, division pass. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE agent C. & O. Ky., Lexington, Ky. JOK T. EMBKY . (a. s. GARLAND 'SINGUBTON IlfIIL mil ma mi, :: 1 reason-nhletatel-t 1 -- g, s, 1 Is a tandldite for Assessor of Unroln county, suit. Jrs.t to the action or tho demoeratle patty and lirul Ilia worltl for cut The ivt s Turnouts, prompt attention, verr earnestly asks your support Ktro. ulcers. salt rheum, feer wirr. loiter, chaji-e- d reiLsotialile rates A portion of your patronage fs haiuK chllhUlns wnis nnd all tkln nitlmi. rvsnfully sollcltrsl. I It iiltlrclr curwiillcucir niM'ay wjulreil. It li Kuara.itved to rU iwrfect Mtlfuclluii tr money re. funded. lVlw 25 rent i-- Wx. lor sale j . II. McltobertJ, Drupglit. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln couiitr, subThink ject to the action o( thedeiuiK'ralk'tKirty ltitt tliesoiithcru etidor thecnuulyii entitled to a itmuh at the JIoiJ. slice uf the pie, he asks ) our ipimrl. TIN IHD SHEET IKON Aiie. J. IlogeJ, tho lraJlng drualst of "l)r KIiir' .New DIviiutv la the only ttiliiK that orv my imi.rIi nnd it U tho host J. K. Cainnlxll, merchant ot miler 1 lum-IMsoorery I .rix . writes: "Dr. Ithtiijt'a New and a mre Sole proprietor of Dean's Black lMamnud Hoof all that Is claimed for It; nctcr lalb I'sluU Ijittuutcs jurnlshed fiir aiutlnK wish. Iiacaii.lldata.fT Assessor ol Uinsiln, suhjest to and roliK 1 can not metal and Imii roots. Satisfaction etiarantis.xl All the action nrthu dvuiot-ratlpally lie kindly asks euro for mutuitlon, muiihi say enoinsli for ill merits " Ir Kliur" Nw I'alut with nfs lnted rears. 1 Van's Black lUaiuoud rumx your supsirt. for Consumption, I'ounhi and OiMs U lint warranteil for Dealer In Ust Cistern an cMMTlinent It ha lieen tried for a iiuarter of a anilOalranlrisl Iron I'lllurs, Ha!raulied aud Black century and standi at the head. It new r Iron ItooltiiK of all kinds. ill If dlsap)lut. Kree trl.il twltles at W. II. Mrltutria Irii) More Is a caudldale forMierltT of Uiicoln count, suh m to the action of lire democratic ltty. . Jlucklinn Arnica In 'ifr. mIyb Jutiotiori City, K'. Klrst-Uas- r J. T. Jones, STANFORD, KY., C. G. BAKER Shreto-tirt.I.a.J- II'OIS, Saf-foh- l, WILLIAM MORELAM) SAM W. 1 y MKNEFEE ' ROYAI .... ..!.. ... . 1 a. . All persons desiring locust l'odi for plan k fence, Kleclric Hitters a medicine and raillui or wire fence can ftnd wnat they lull perhaps more generally needed when the languid exhausted feelln prealls when the User want at my store near Cedar Cnvk, on lh pike I nN need or a tonleand leadliiK froiu C'rnli Orchard to Stanlonl Is torpid and slupxlsli and the nlteratlre Is felt A prompt uso ol this meIUiiie of kirp on hand a supply of plank Mr feueltnc All l toards klndsof lumlier fur hnllillux piiriusra; i..ri. Imif. Mit.l n...i..f liil.il tilllmis fevers. and shingles. All vrsnns drslrlni: any artiuleol No liifiiimi' III Mt i more surely In counteracting 1 am still Axent for Kails ilsoli this klmf can rail ou me at my store near Cedar Branch Coal and will system Iroiu the malarial the and ( W.MNtll.KTUN 3i of all kinds i.fOtal, so yuu tan Ret lndigetloii, Onnllp.-illi'i-i llcailach I'l"l lll- - Creek. for Iwltle such as jihi want at m misi lossuue pn-yield iliKles trie Hitten. .VHr and SI.W (ash Office net distr W. W. Wltkeis' I umll ure U H. Si. .'.IIMITII. I'MIKtluir. 8c J. II IIKJOINS. Proprietor, W. T. ftAUNI'IHW, Maiunwr, Itoast Coot". ltowland, Ky S7 Ik Eltctrte llitttrt 1TOTICE'! for any soh-o- lt ,! COAL I CasiLr.MAN. A s ir NOEL 1'is-- SON, . POWDER COOKE'S ,. host Tho next morning ouo of tho party was on deck rather early when u stow- in-g panto.., hit. out "1 approacnwi: Alt' Smith wnnlil IiLn ti crw ti Tin la ;til iu hii stateroom" Tho other has- tcued down and found Smith witlui wet towci rouml lis jlc.llL "Hello, old chap, how aro you?" ho asked. "Oh, I'm all right," was tho reply, "I wasn't very far gone, you know, though I did havo a good lot of chain. I remember everythu.g that happened, fellow, who paid for tho cab?" tish Nights. tWs om r ,tQod th thil Banliep. h t -- j olll Scot- - these directions from The Household, tho result will bo all tho most critical can desire. Having drawn nnd thoroughly cleaned and dried thu bird, htud it with niu'hed potatoes highly seasoned wllh onion, sage, Fait and popper, or with equal parts of bread crumbs, chopped tipples and boiled onions, seasoned with Bait, sago and pepper. Sew ami truss, put ou a rack in a pan and cover tho breast Y'ith slices of fat salt pork. s Place in tho oven for of an hour. Tho pork fat is quickly drawn out by the heat, Aowh over tho gooso und nids in drawing out tho oil. When considerable oil is extracted, take tho pan from tho oven und pour off all the oil. Remove tho pork and dredge tho gooso with floor ami place again in tho oven. When tho flour is browned, add a littlo iiot water and baste often. Drcdgo with flour after buHting. Cook until brown und teuder. Garnish with Sorvc with iiutilo aauno. water cresses. three-quarter- If tho gooso is tender and nico to In. gin with und it is propared according to DEHLERS IN COHL, Corn tinil liny, Crvnslnjt, Coal Vanl. Onlcr Office ami - Stanford; street, latelyKontuolcy. J li. Kleins' Mill Satisfaction Kuarauleed. l.jchaiye, near the ltallruad IVit istnst, John B. it. I.IMMM MONEY applh-atloit- TO -- LOAN INSURANCE COMPANY ON IMl'llOVI.O I A I IMS In Uuculii comity, Kr , at . jwr irnt. setul annual Interest, no (snunilssi.Hi tliarje.1 Addrrss (tl.. W. 1AV, Itooni 17. KciiyoRbHllslInx, lsnlsltle, and Itinlier lutoruu. Ky Korhlank auudrs. Attorney, Stau- tlnn. Iiioulruofj. N lord, Kj. Or LIVERPOOL. B3&BEB 5. fllSTLBHM. Louisville. the .south. J. T. MANAOKIW, SUTTOHT. - Undortukor, Kentucky. Vt Oommcrco ;Building, AKcnli Thruujliout fluitonvillc, W. uc. THIBBLU, Ixcal Asent, Lincoln ple. nf Offers hlsserrlcea to tho and Casey counties Kull stifk of Cofflnsand Csk- I). 8, Stanfokd, KENTUCK.V. Carnter. Manager M j;if i' n . i t-- i' - i i The Abscntmlmleri Doctor. K1I02VILLE. lagersoll k Peyten, Atter- A charming North Sido matron, tho nejs aud fCounelors at Law, Corporation; Otl Connor, of Indiana, is here Miss Commcrcl.il, Insurance ami Ileal Kstale. wife of a rising young physician, ia re- WILL CUKE visiting Mrs. I. L. Gentry given sixs'lal attention. Attorneys for Will soil at csisl two Buintle. one cut under shelt BIJOIJSIUIO iur lU SlUlOUlOUk unit WIIUU 1U Co. The dwelling house of G. B. W Ikon . - tho the LouisvilleILA. Nashville the CentralNorfolk A Jul In eery respect. If youUuxirlm aaro Savings Iil, very fine surrey. Thu want barv'iin, call O). and hcr 011t.ai,cul01lt Western It. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, . extln- - , t . k cr h lUnk. caught fire last week, but was d tmttiitL' tho at once and m the hilts and tnt you a Tenlclc thai will alto you satisfaction sure Sores, Boils, Pustules, guished before much damage was done. rag jn piaCe, remarked absentmiuded- li. S. CAllI'KNTKlt. ItostKctfully, Eczema, Tetter, puiso very rapid I lot mo seo Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Freeman came up ly: "All, "and all diseases of the blood' and from Frankfort last Sunday to bo at the your tongue, please. - Chicago Times"W. Herald. - Makes You Well. burial of their niece, Miss Anno Fin-lethat will my Ur' catslgu-Write fur ore of Tenoyton't Pet Story. give you a full deecrlptlos o( alwiil 300 Kreat bar. Indigestion, constipation and dysTennyson used to tell tho story of a g.iiii I hive In Central Konlucity wraaie. Tho weather was the coldest here last pepsia, kidney and liver disease week for many years und tho ice froze farmer who after hearing aTedhot seru. w. mm;, i;iul risTATc .vikxt, yield to its curative powers and Oliico with Jess milte Journal, NlchoUsvllle, Ky. mon of never ending Around brimstono on the river from six to eight Inches consoled his wifo quito sincerely with when curtirl it thick. tho uaivo remark: "Never mind, Sally. ! Mrs. John Cooloy is very sick at her That must bo wrong. No coastitooshuu i Ky. (tenf M, t Keeps You Well. homo in South Williamsburg. Mr. could stand it." Answers. street at Itesldetice. ;Olllcioti on I will otler at private sale my Hotiw aud Sold in Lincoln county by Wm. Gentry, who has been working for Main s'ret, occupying the Miiare wllh Iho Fruit. church In Manfurd, Ky , froiu now unlll tho railroad at Pittsburg, is at home. lW. B. McRoberts, Stanford. Uurt March Mh, "Why do you recoguizo that old duf- fore will Omnty to the djy, and If not sold W. highest l.ldder on the Prof. Puller, of color, of Somerset, " tn!ii sell 'Penny's Drug Store, fer?" (reiulsu. rfald property Is one of the lsl luilll, court-hous- o here Tueslectured at tho " Craig & Hocker, Ust and t arraupjl I,,,WfJlV?,.ln ,no The NinKELL MAGAZINE "By their fruits yo shall know them. " Slate. - " "li,,l,,-l- V day night on "The Mistakes of Great wants gootl reliable ngentc to can W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. "Eh?" hj.,,1 Men." He is said to bo u fine speaker. vh fur Hiihocrlptioipf A vcrv " "F. B Twidwell, "Ho has a daughter who's a peach." Kood rale of C8h cotiimibloii will Detroit Journal. . The Christian Endeavor Societies J. A Hammond, Hubble. bo given, or bicycle premiums If celebrated the 16th anniversary of the preferred. All matcrinl and Ham Tanner Bros , McKinney. Now. Ilurc&ln organization of tho first society hero ut pie copies furnished free. Apply J F. Carmclita I hear Lord Lushcomb ia Powers. nt once. tho Congregational church last Sunday rcduccd. rab Orchard. Beazley & Son, offer for mle privately four Town J.ot night. Nickell Magazine, Grace Has ho been ill? At Lee Pipes, Moreland. :.. r4H(lf .t.hi:r.ti ." Siitntnril. one on corw county committee lit liv;. ..nni.". in Tho republican Carmclita No, but he's marked him 180 Summer Street, l.ituritxtrrntret. coil' ...,!!. iii Yours for Health, met last Saturday and decided to hold self down. New York Press. Iloxton, Miks. Acre, ijmxl barn, crib, ctxteni tainiwj air James T. Cooke, their primary to select county officers and tenant rtnn and uell ttocked in fruit Smuggled Cluur. Harrodsbutg, Ky. TWICIi-A-WBlCI- C ornamental tree; an unimproved lot on March 'J.M. There are about 100 Wallace Try ouo of theso cigara. ami aujouuwj it, coniatniny iininy candidates spoken of and a lively time They wero smuggled. onefrontimj Miller tired, contaimmj lour is anticipated. Ferry Really? (Puff, puff.) Smug- Acres; one on Whitley Avenue of One Acre Mr. Chris. Hamm, an old and highly gled past" tho board of health, you and One. Jiood Ami., e fjj ... THE POPULAR "" l.oti can wui-tide- d The blr and respected citizen of the county, died mean. Ciuciuuati Enquirer. very suddenly last Sunday of heart ditr . ,!.! hfnr Titreh S. 18!I7. COUUtH In tho Ago or Vaudeville. sease." Uncle Chris., as he was known court day they will on that day be told pub, "Did you enjoy seeing 'Hamlet?' " 01MQ) by every ono, had held many positions ' 'Naw. Regular fake. Just ono ghost (ICiy ?.. .' uj mc .....I.' Ji..llJ ""''s .. ll.d t Hjrum iui J i.i.. .Mil of trust for his neighbors and tho coun- in tho wholo play, und ho didn't do a A.tiii of . .iiiii''"i MCvilOMOIMMOINlOINl Y. Jf. Milter. Kxtx ty and was for several years magistrate Bkirt dauce. Only gavo ua a walk from his district. around. " Chicago Record. Judge J. V. Alcorn, of Stanford, has ii ,...A ...n.1 n a.uw.l..l .tiilil.ltn, nrnitifri.iiinot More Light Wanted, and will. VS with the been with us several days recently at" . s:ntl trial iueraini ours tor ion pin-- pay advance, ,Ki is tho fourth week tending court. This in our sulissrlhers who will renew and noi'Ti:. new sulcrilcr who will pay In adante. or to all of the court and its business is about sent free on ap Sample copies ot" The Heat Line to ami Trom over. Only one man has been sent to ... ."""'". ... uuuer- ..... oner mops i. c"i mis All Bliuscripuon.s penitentiary and for only 15 months V. 1. WAIION, Manford. iiMi tho Most of tho time AH I'oltits In Michigan. for has been taken up with civil business CHICAGO. und a great many cases have been dis"White City Special." IMOMRfl posed of. licst Terminal Mjss Anno Finley, as you have alL Written on AH Classes of ProperLOUIS. ready stated, died at Colorado Springs, ty in the Best of Cc mpanics. AmiIcJIhk the Tunnel Col., last Friday after an illness of nearly two years with consumption. BOSTON. Warner.Sleeping t'urs. Sao went West uoon after the first Indication of tho dreadful disease apMadcjjto YORK. UJJUXJ peared, but found no relief. The reUullet Tarlnr Cars, Warner Sleepliu Cars, I'rltnt From the most attractive. Hues ol samples lo lx r.......l Ouif.tuiii tf tiinncilri.liintlt iFll.ini,ltl'M n mains arrived hero Tuesday morning Compartment Curs, Elegant Coaches and Why In every department. iHirfoct fit ....... Curs . Itl siliirv and wero interred in tho Woodlawn i.s. jjw mm lui lie, tal tri.il vt .nj.iuiwisM.v.vi WIIH nillCirui'V with inoT OMElMIMIlQlINIOM Cemetery. Short funeral services wero iarticular by leaving juur Ue sure your tickets read vl.i "HUJ KOi;U" urn ahj 1) II. MAItTJN, U O.JItCOIlMICK, held at the homo of her father, Judge A. Tkt. Agt FRANK J. REED, l'ajseDer Trairie Ur , Hen. 1'avt. H. F. Finloy. Mies Anno was a mem-- b Chlciteo. G.l'.A., CINCINNATI, OHIO. Loxington Agent For sr of the Christian church and though E. U. MACON, Laundry. IxjulHTllle. D.r.A M young had for a number of years taken WANTED-A- N IDEAJJlSrSKiKft All wuik guarantied. udeading part in all Its work and was Efflo after witnessing her first chrisover willing to bo doing something in tening) Mamma, do they water them BURN & CO., I'ntiiut Atlorneya. WubUlugton JEauS D. WEAKEN. tb make them grow? Pick Mo Up. her Mastor'svlnoyard. U. O.. tor tholr 81W DriM oUer n SARSAPARILLA Williarrisburg. D. S. CARPENTER, Farmers Bank&Tmst Co. Hustonville, Of P&id up Capital, STASKOIIB, KV. :,, 11 Orst-clas- s Surph., 1200,000100 17,603 80 i -- - LAND FOR SALE. s y. DR. B. PJLNsNT, J FOR SALEIt U-s- By proslslons of Its charter, desdtors are a fully protected as are depositors in .National lUnkj, Its shareholders Uin li.lJ Imllrldually liable to the extent or the amount of their slink therein at In. the r vsliM thertsif, Its addltlo.1 to the amount ad. sesle.1 In suih sharca. It may act as executor, trustee, Ac, as lully as an Indtrldual. mlnlstiator, who have entrust TenderliiK our thanks to ed their business to us, we trust they will continue so, and we otlrr as a nuaranUffor protiipt atto do tention to same our Si) years' experience III hank, liiijand ai liberal accommodations as are couslsleut wllh souud banktuft. lhe Stanford, rMK.TOK. Ml. Vernon; J.J. William. II. Cuuiiiilns, W, William IJuoili, J. Kmbry, J. K. l.yltn. J. N. Jletiefee. H. J. S Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, W . rreachertvillc; II. Shauks, Carpenter; Chris-tla- ti EARN MONEY. A. J. 1. Cah, H. orncixs. W. M. Bright, Teller J- S. II Shanks. President: J. II Owsley, Cashier, iV Al-to- tt. Town Lots For Sale. I f I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK grty STANIIIHP, KY The Capital Stcck $100,000. Surplus $15,750. that In-dv- , . M0N0(M$M0MM influ, mmm COURIER (JOURNAL SISMI-WISISKIW Four-Acr- I . 4 Jjd. NTERIORcJOURNAL FOR ONLY Twlce-a-week MOMOMIMOIMSMM 'BIG 4' ST. $2.50. l, the provisions otthe National Bank Act drisMltorsare secursl not only by tho capital stock, hut by the stm khvlders liability lor an amount filial tn the stock, o thai dewisliors of this Instltu. Klve sworu Ilou are secured by a fund of i statements of the condition ot the l.ink are made each year to thu l lilted States (iovemment nud IU are cxamlmsl ul staltsl times by Koveiiuueiit aalety agents, thus sccurloi; atblltlonal and to deisisltiirs. Thislnitltutloti, orlitlnally estahllslusl as the De inmIi Bank of Stanford In lttfs, thiii rcorKsnUcd as the National Bank ofKtanlord In IHAA aiidajraiu reoriranlxel ns tho I'lrsl National Bank of Stanford In IMi, has hail practically au uninterrupted exist, ence for Si) ears. It Is letter supplied now with lacllltie for transactltiK buslncM pmmptly and lib. erally than ver before in Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, lirms aud Individuals solicited. as-e- ts Atleiillon of the public Is culled to tho fact this Is the only National Bank In Stanford. r DIRECTORS. Courier-Journa- imi cvr r Courier-Journ- . house-breakin- g. OMOINIM v wXJO f mo i&i TOLEDOAND DETROIT . F.'lleld, Lincoln Co.; S.'T. Harris, " J. S. Hockiv, K. I. Tanner, McKlnnuv. J II. Colller.Crsb DrrhM; M. 1). i:imore, Stanford. I W. llaydcn, Stanfurd; S. II. lUiUKlimaii, ' ' T 1.III11. " W. A. Trlbole, M. J. Miller, Mt.ernon. J. opricaas. S. llmker, ; A. A, McKinney, Assistant Cashier J. J. Mclto1rta, Cashier; Pire Insurance ATENTS Parties bnvliiR Inventions they wlih tn pro tect ihoubl procure their patents through our BKency. Inventor's Manual, a book containing cost of patents, ruodo ot procedure, eta, una olherinforraatlon, sent for 3c. stamp. OurlUtof pa'ents wanted, for which lanrcrnms ol money are offered, sent with the Manual, Ireo. Wo find purchasers for patents procured through our agency. Branch offices In all tbt principal cities and In all foreign countries. mm mm M0M0 VXVlMKQl M0W0IN1 momommoi MU Gentlemen's tlothlnjr exN.-rimeI NEW Mcahure sail Patents Wanted. IHBsVssVBBIIBHBslBaHBsSHsVHHHMsms lln-lu- g x. w . 1 MM M0 Steam the MM NisiiMyiMy MOlMQulMOINlO THE WORLD'S PltOCRESt, O. J. Baiurr, Manager, 01307 PLUM T.t OINOIWNATI.O a3 tur to mention this Jmjmt. hr-- ' -- tat: asInllaHiassl.aaanji i,t.ir.,s.l . !,.. J, ,v,-,,- j . s.