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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897020901 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. $?f:?zi!tii!imi, ZZjieWftmwm m ,l; !'r.rT "?",.;7., " it 1 SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV. LANCASTER. , INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1897. NO. 88 Elder George W Gowon did not fill Corbln, which is populated not to a lils pulpit on Sunday, ns lio In suffering little extent by Lincoln county people, from u severe cold. Judge Tottoti wiys tlmt Chief of Po- still continues to grow and prosper. lice George Fnrrln litis christianized From a little hamlet of a dozen houses "Rattle How," and his court has vory a few years ago It has gotten to bo a city of no mean pretensions. A great few oases on docket. Col. K. 1. Jacobs, of Danville, was amount of building is going on here s and here Friday on professional business. including the immense J. Mort Hothwoll has gone to Hertford, hall of the Star Grocery Co., which Intl.. to look after the Interests of a' has a number of stores over tho country, is putting up. A II,000 hotel Is client. Dr. .). 11. Ktnnaltd'H telephone ex- under serious consideration and will no change, as proved sonio tlinu ago, is doubt Imj In operation before the year sure to bo n success. About f0 Instru- is out, The thought that tho division ments havo lieen engaged and ho will might be moved from Corbln doesn't place the exchange Instrument In his seem to enter tho heads of those who store-roomI Mountain Towns as Seen r y & p tr " own otllco on Stanford Avenue. Mrs. N. A. Thompson has moved into the new and hundsonlo block, which lias been erected on tho foundation of the old one, which was destroyed by ilro last August. It Is. hoped that our Stanford friends, Owsley Jfc Shanks, will rebuild this spring. llli'L'iiilxitliiiin. .Jr., a son of Geo. T. UlmrinlHithiiiu, former she r- iff of this county, died at tho home of his father in Lexington on Saturday. Tho ronuilns will In) interred in (Monday). His Cemetery .Tolin to-da- y deslro to improve tho town and one Is Impressed with tho substantial buildings they erect. Doing business In Corbln are Charles Henner, Oscar Hoch. T. M. White, Jesse Morshon, John A. McRolerts, J. T. Hockor, Jesso Traylor, V. H. Hawkins, Joe Hardin, all from Lincoln, while In a few days Mrs. Maggie Hibb and Miss Vannah Heck, who have just moved thero, will be found in tho business directory. It is useless to add that Corbln Is a good town after naming over tho above persons. That goes .: 1 I h ,' a brother of this city, and ovorybody in the county is hl friend. Proof of tho death of M. W. Johnon has been taken, as required by tho insurance companies. It Is said that the various ollcles on his life, Including accident Insurance, aggregate 311V (XX). There tiro various conjectures as to whether uny company will refuse payment and whether death was the result of an accident or not. Col. Charles Gallagher, a Presbyterian, and dipt. Mike Salter ongtigud In a discussion on predestination. The colonel said that whatever happened could not Ihj avoided. Salter, In an excited manner, drew a cane over his head and said: "If I Mrlko you, then father is Ulggln-botha- of .John M. without saying. The Corbln boys are preparing to or ganizo a military company which will be known as the Finlov Guards. Char lie Homier has been selected as cajc taiu and his knowledge of military tac tics should make him a capital one. Editor D.T. Chesnut, who has done more than any one towaid building up Corbln, has a lofty location. His homo Is on a high hill overlooking the town - and ho cnu it could not 1k Ihj 'I blamed." protested by saying, "That Is carrying the argument too far." Inclement Notwithstanding the revival- - meeting at tho weather, the Methodist church has lieen well attended and much Interest Is manifested. Hev. Julius Wright, of Harrodburg, Is the visiting minister and Is an attractive speaker. The music Is a leading feature In tho meetings, with Mrs. G. M. Patterson at the organ, Prof. Fogg, of Covington, with tho cornet and a number of cultured voices. Tho committee appointed by the county court, to see what the stock In turnpikes could lw purchased for have taken a number of options on stock In tho Sugar Creek road at W ier share. That road Is 12 miles long and there are '28 Individual shares In it. At that ruto the road would cost 31,:ilK). There are tilniut KX) miles in the county and if the stock could bo purchased at tho (tamo rato, which I not likely, the stock would cost over $10,000 and it cents would require an assessment of on 3100 to pay for tho roads, to say nothing of the heavy expense of keeping them In repair. Many tax payers avoided, and Tho colonel 1 will not InsUintly and see what; Is going on, making it unnecessary for him to run around after news Ike the rest of us newspaper mon. From Corbln I went to Pittsburg and thence to Ignition. Hoth places are dull now and many of the citizens seem to be waiting for contldenco or something else 1)0 fore they make a move. Circuit court Is iu session at London and the absence of many familiar faces was noticed. There Is nothing that so moves the average youth ns a grand jury, as most of our readers know. sit In his sanctum Pittsburg Is putting on airs i ' ( ' 3 overlooked the matter when the vote was taken, but their eyes are now open to tho fact that they are about to bo burdened for tho oxonos of the traveling public generally, and that they will receive no benetlt from tho outlay. UNITED STATES CIVIL SEJiVJCE KX A MI NAT tun. Tho United States Civil Service Commission has ordered that examination bo hold by itrt local board In Hichmonn on Saturday, March '2.0, 1SU7, commencing at I) o'clock A. M., for tho grades of clerk, deputy collector, storekeeper, and mesganger, storekeeper-gange- r tho Int. Hov. service. Only senger in citizens of tho United States can bo examined. Thoago limitations for this examination tiro as follows: '21 years tho minimum age limitation prescribed by tho amended rule. No application will bo accepted for this examination unless llled with tho undersigned, on tho proper blank, before tho hour of closing business on Monday, March 1. Applications should bo tiled 1897. promptly In order that time may remain for correction if necessary. Tho Commission takes this opportunity of stating that tho examinations tiro open to all reputable citizens of tho United States who may desire to outer tho service, without regard to race or to their political or religious utnliutions. All such citizens uro Invited to apply. They shall bo examined", graded and eortllied with entire impartiality, and wholly without regard to any consideration save their olHoioney, as shown by tho grades thoy obtain In tho examination. ForapplicatUm blanks, full Instructions, nml information relative differto tho duties and salaries of tho positions, apply to ent V. U. MIU.KK, of examiners, Itloh-monSecretary board Ky.a d, with her ojiera house, telephones and other advantages scarcely ever found in a town of its size. Shu can also boast of the best hotel In tho country. Mine host, John Hastin, Is a good man for the place, while his wife is lem-In tho culinary art. Lincoln has also done a good deal for Pittsburg; in fact she and Iloyle coun ty have sent her not only some of the best eople in the place, but a number of them. Tho three coal companies Pitman, Laurel and Peacock are own ed and managed to a great extent by from those counties, while numerous other business enterprises thero are controlled bv sons of the two s counties named above. I sjKiko above of London being dull, but l hope and believe it Is only tem porary. Pension and star money is a big item there and pay day is most at hand for both. C'apt. Frank Hiley 0 told mo that between $."0,000 and are paid there quarterly to tho star there's no toiling how much pension money Is received. Hlght hero let me state that I do not base my opln Ion of the times by the amount of bus inoss I do out Iroin want tnistncss men toll me. I did well both In Pittsburg and London. I had the pleasure of again looking on tho "Magic City, which at present is the muddiest place iu all creation. Some of the streets are almost impassible while In others pools of water a foot or so deep can bo seen. Cumber land Avenue Is a pretty muddy one 'too and iu many resieets doesn't look like It did when Mlddlesboro was In its palmy days. Vory llttlo business Is going on there now, but her hopeful citizens told mo that when spring comes tho foundries, factories and so on would begin operations. Tho Hostou Gun Works are still running and give employment to between 110 and 75 men, but In this time of assignments and "shut downs," there's no telling how long It Is going to last. The Mlddlesboro Hotel is open again, but Is not run with the splendor of a fow years ago. It Is now a $2 house of &t to $10 as It was then. Tho Walla Walla Gum Co., which was recently moved from Mlddlesboro to Knoxvlllo, has gone to tho wall. James H. Hoblnson, formerly of Lincoln, was one of tho largest stockholders, but ho doesn't think ho will loso much. Mr. Hoblnson also had about Jl.HOO lu tho Southern HuildlngitLoan Association, which wont Into tho hands of a receiver a fow weeks ago. pmiplo who live In Tho MtUdlesboi-tiro getting on tlrst-rat- o and tiro tho best contented people Im aginable. Most of them uro making monoy and they think there is no place llko tho Maglj City. Mr. R. C. Ford, who ran for treasur-- 1 par-excel blue-gras- $73,-00- or' lH vory ,m,cl1 of u ,mnker m,w- - n KIDD'S STORC. l president of three banking instltu- A belled buzzard ha lately tlons and is succeeding well with them a near-ball. From a financial standpoint it was roost and forages almost fortunate for him that he was defeated. dally over this environment. Every crop of late wheat visible In Ho now rc-ldat Mlddlesboro, where a little daughter arrived a few days my limited rambles during and since ago. tho blizzard appears badly damaged. Jay Ream, of Chelf's Ridge, brought There lias been a decided reduction in rents in Mlddlesboro. For instance u bag last Wednesday to aca store-rooon Cumberland Avenue commodate two week's accumulation of which onco rented for $100 per month mall. now costs only -- . Von can rent a Tho measles as manifested hero were house for little or nothing, goods are little more than Incentive to solicitous cheap thero and one can live there for mothers to see that the afllieted wore less than it cents to pay taxes in Stan- shoes when on the toboggan slides or ico pools. ford, (if you have much property). 1 got a glimpse of some of tho lots Exemplary citizens and obedient boys owned by Stanford capitalist-- who for promlsu our aldermen a long respite some reason hold on to them tenacious- before an audience will impose addily. The lots uro still there, but tho tional municipal outlay to have a curleast said about them the better. Heal few rung nightly from tho tower of estate business is too dull to talk about City Hall. Among the many disappointing E. C. W. In Mlddlesboro. transmutations of our revulsive times, not only are ''apples turned to ashes," IN THIS VICINITY. but the leaves of a laureate wreath too Ned Hrock, 10'J, died iu Hell county. often studded with cactus spikes a J. S. Davenport has been npoiutcd veritable "crown of thorns" a penalpostmaster at Kirkwood. Mercer count- ty of modern greatness (?) yWecommend our Hustonvllle friend's S. L. MidkilT's house at Richmond superlative modesty iu confessing Inadconflacaught fire and barely escaped equacy of his vocabulary; on occasion, gration. . Tliif Ice gorge in Dix river broke and and shall not resent his flippant fling at demolished several shanty-boat- s at ours, but affect that charity which "sufforeth long" and which some are High Hridge. not content to exalt and commend only 11. Hrouddus' report Assessor P. shows that thero arc .1,748 legal voters by precept. Atieut the paragraph In the last issue In Madison county- .- Hichtuoud Hegis- concerning the travel around foot of tor. Madison county has ISO miles of turn- knob through Bonoyville to avoid turnpikes, valued at $110,080. Tho total pike gate, a' grumbler declares that as value of the projwrty In the county is It Is now an alternative of s,:ho.ik. it Is a good business investment if in to no great hurry to take the longer route An unknown man wa death between two blocks of lee and save toll. while attempting to ford Kentucky Zero temperaturo.snow and wind pro river atllydeii. duced no subsidence of Hood of Casey Gov. McCreary has presented a bill candidates that has Inundated our city to lay Lt. II. S. Hriimiman, of Ml. since the hustle begnu. Some of our for three mouths services during were cynical enough to the war, for which ho received no pay. suggest that many of tho scores would A Lexington dispatch says: James have been more conimendably employ Montrey, colored, claiming Crab Orch- ed providing wood and building llres ard as his home, was arrested there ns for suffering families. a susoct. He came here ho says to Jim Wright and family removed enlist wjth a company to go to Cuba. from this city hist week. A year's prosTho Walla Walla GuinCompany has perity abroad was iiisufllelent to wean gone to tho wall. The Valla Walla Fred Goodo from his lirst love and the Gum Company has never been a very blizzard no hindrance to tho hasty erec strong financial institution, but for the tion of his new house preparatory to past 18 mouths It has been golpg with the of his family withprospects that Indicated ultimate suc- in convenient reach of the old smithy. cess. Mlddlesboro share holders lose Tho prodigal's welcome home was a about $2,000. Herald. phlegmatic demonstration in contrast A man named Littoral was arrested with Fred's hilarious reception. at Corbln for the murder of Georgo A philanthropist recently deplored last summer. Baker was killed the fact that our Insolvent incoming and his body placed on the fack and president has paraded the purchase at run over by a train. While drunk a Chicago of $.",000's worth of vehicles, few days ago Littoral and his wife quar- with silver mounted trappings, fordis reled. His wife then told that he was play during his administration, and tho tho murderer of linker. He was placed trip to that city of the e first lady in jail at London. of the Nation to have fit her inauTom Bridges and Dave Boggle, the gural gon, when tho stress of Winter Negroes who assaulted John Stagg coincident with the- - announcements were given two and four years respec- found so many of Chicago's thousands tively in the Mercer circuit court lttst of poor are not only unable to find a week. Stagg was struck on tho head semblance of prosperity promised a with a base ball bat and was uncon- certain consequent to his election, but scious for nine weeks. Sam Young for are freezing and starving to death In setting up antl operating a crap game inability to find employment and in was fined WOO and given a year. need of absolute necessities. A mob of 2 masked men met pas A late visit to Harrodsburg found our senger train No. 2.") at St. Mary's Frl. republican and mugwump friends conday night expecting to capture the Ne- siderably exercised ubout the lottery gro brute, William Black, who assault- for pie soon to bo held under manageed Mrs. Ed Clark, of near Bradfords-ville- , ment of our lately elected Congresslast November, but he was not on man. It seems that some heelers of the gone to g. o. p. thero havo been bulled in fortho train. Tho jallerj-hud- j Louisville for him by order of the eign markets to fictitious boom tigures judge, but when that ojllclal heard of and rated valuable investments when tho mob ho telegraphed him to leave in fact their campaign ammunition has him in tho city. always been wind, and the actual value of each is only his individual ballot. HUBBLE, Though tho mugwump and colored Dr. W. B. O'Hannon reports Col. brethren have boon refused tickets iu Htco as being worse In the last fow the lottery they have been promised reserved seats at the drawing, but, iu days. their humble capacity as auxiliary Jack Yeakoy's horse, while playing, fell over tho fence last week and died clackors, draw tho lino at being pre-empt- y L?HfN We have added n splendid line of Clothing to our well sslccted stock of General Merchandise and aro now prepared to es two-bush- Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an cvery-day, u m please suit to a wedding outfit Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry .Goods, Notions, Shoes, rhinawnrc, Glassware, Quccnswnre, &c , was never more comp'cte , FAR R IS y, St HARDIN, I i ?.5 KJ Faffs Branch Coaf. We are now 5fi Sola Agents for the celebrated Fails Hr.mch can furnish any other coal desired. Will Coal and II ljj '(tfi IL In exchange for coal.' Call nnd see us before buying. You Money. Take Farm Products Wo will Save ". v' W fiH J- - H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ( ' toll-gat- mud-road- s, REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE INTERIOR JOURNAL BUILDING: PAliTTAf, LIST FAIIMS FOR SALE. arm No. 1. Sllualtl in Lincoln county, Ky., near Dix lllvi--i, oinialiiiiu 210 acre, with a line, large lirick ilwillliu. two rimk! lmrni, all ncvei.iry outlmlMIriiTV all under pmhI feniv; tine orchard or ahout .10 trees made from a careful and prudent election of neillinated varieties ThU l.irm In in a hiiih latc of cult lv.it ion and will produce in itiali-t- y and quantity that of any farm in Lincoln county. Trice JtOiier acre; terai caij. 1 cm-diee- Vei-no- n, chair-warme- rs No. .1. Situated Jut outside of city limits on a splendid turnpike and between town and splendid dwelling bam Mid allycccssary outbnild Iiirs, ample water for both domestic and stock Ihis farm is all under good fence and Inn high statu of cultivation, In fact lis producing s are first cla. and econd to none lu tho county; In addition to this It ii contiguous to the city, which is u iu the way of lclng cloo to the ), tine educational and reliuioui facilities. Trlco cash, balance in 1 and 2 years. half pur--r-ipial-Itle510,-(kn- n. Mtuttpd in Lincoln county, Ky., acre well Improved all under fence, ol Units r, T.I acri- - of rircr ell watered, tine luttoui, in line condition lor any kind of farming d product l'rico ?H tier acre, caili iu hand, balance in 1 and i yean. Xo. 2. 300 lly one-thir- No. .1. Contain 130 acre, gnod Improvement excellent water. Iln. applo orchard nice location very productive, about 5 miles from Stanlurd. Trice Sl.lwO. No. 4. No. C. Contains 107 acrc, i miles from Crab Orchard; CO aerei of tine river bottom, which Is now set In clover and timothy; some tlmlier and under good fence, moderate Improvements and never falling water. The Ih)Uoih land is well worth tM per acre. Trice for whole farm S1,000, cash, balance lu 1 and 2 years. No. 7. Near Cnlb Orchard, containing 135 acres, well Improved in every particular and nicely located. Trice JIG per acre; terms liberal. one-half Situated In Lincoln county and contain Maerei.nllof which U fine, productive river with splendid improvements, all under good fence plenty of, never ulllnt: water and will produce line hemp, tobacco and corn. Trice $2,700; terms euy. lot-to- y No. 2S. Contains 400 acres, fino brick dwelling with S rooms, .splendid barn and all volumes of neier.f.tllliur water together with a soil that will give satisfaction lu the yielding of any kind of la rm products. Situated on good pike, clo to school and church. Trice 813 per acre; easy terms. two-stor- IjupI Kxcursions conducted. Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Furnished, Kents Collected. Write to J. II. SO WDKIl, Stanford, Ky. Ua-k- or to-b- apfomft Best Work, Lowest Prices, 1 Prompt Deliveries. A' m 'X s 1 m m 5$ 1 PRESCRIPTION And Infant and Invalid Foods PHARMACY. Give us a call I DRUGS & TOILET ARTICLES J We solicit a sharo of your patronage i J I I Fresh stock always on hand 1 m ? 1 st A Handsome Crayon sapjissgi 4 GIVEN AWAY W. B. MoSlOBEHTiS, : Portiait of yourself or friend with "ach flO's Worth of Goods. We havo just opened a largo and comprehensive stock of Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, 1UJ1C-- A BRAO, &0 Side-Biards, Dining Tables, The lad es are especially invited to see our now line of to order Work Rockers, Enameled Bed's Easles, Pictures, Ac Picture Fnini'js Inspect our Hue of (.touches. Mirror and Whitlow Shades. and price guaranteed 1.1- nd prompted when to shout. It Is suspectat once. ed that tho gray gelding has been G. A. Swlnebroad sold H7 sheep to A Wm. Moreland for S0. G. A. Swlne- "roped" Into purchase of some such stocks," and it is dangerous to monbroad sold some butcher stuff at 2.G0. ?A key with loaded dice when such expert Elder W. T. May will begin his pasat 'A toral work hero, with the Christian crap shooters are gallery BY church next Sunday morning at 10:30. the llttlo game. Tho bitterness of reT. C. Hankin has returned from a gainment will be fresh about tho time month's stay In tho South, and like all that tho gelding's fences should bo in others, report slow sales and small best repair to Invoke endorsement, and the fragility of mugwump hopples Is profits. ..... Tho prices at Spencer Hubble's sale not absolute guaranteo against dangershow that it pays to advertise In tho I. ous stampede. Tho colored contingent J. If you want a good crowd and best c m also be provoked to sulk, !If not to join tho rebellion.' Beware George. results. H. M. Spoonamore Is out again after Thero are some of tho whitest black his hurt. Dr. Kiuuaird reports Mrs. republicans of Kentucky in Mercer Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, 3ridles, Fannie Ball very slclc with la grippe'. county, but that element Is wondrous-l- y Huggy Robes, Horst Blankets, Whips, &c. llko Jowell's politics, when It comes W, D. Walker writes that ho likes his homo and position iu tho Sunny South. to settling a grudge against a jierverso Square, Stanford, Ky. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Will is a good boy and we hope he may plo distributor. do well. Clifton Knorr, u Pennsylvania man, Mrs. Bradley Martin whoso $2"0,000 la under arrodt for two attempts to yet llftt THE out of the wuy, one ball Is to occur at the Waldorf Hotel, hid motlier-ln-hn- v Dure; Jersey HOS'i . Now York, this week, has purchased of which wus by putting diphtheria . r UOO pairs of silk stockings at $." a pair germs in her bed. She contracted the ' . r verv m;Wu1 fnm tlie txt !irilsof j for the sorvitors, who will appear In disease but the doctors saved her. ulirewl ofswliirlu MieriilStt, i a i of this '!Vj the costume of tho Louis XV period. Mrs.Joo Perkins,, a Grant county UieiirtM of pig .of. mi in infinity. ftnilotlr, iblllrlttHl Alltlrti has also ordered 400 carriages at $7 She B. H BRONATJGH, each for a nunlber of her guests, so that ren county woman to three children Crili Orchard, Ky ""iiiBBiB5'68fcS3Hfe"3BBB Saturday. all confusion will bo obviated. rs WM33 J. C. J. A. BEAZLEY Sc CO. Lancaster, Ky. UnDGRCAKjnG M1 CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. feggggg giggygy?g CUUi-OnAV- Ttaofed elf-' O im j I lt ".i1JrYIe ;t ..I..J..V ifoM V ir..".--;'v-:J..a-a::-Jt- ) THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., W. P. Fed. 9, 1897 , AVALTOX. of Gen. Alpcr is uired tho less appears his character as a warrior. Gen. Custer recommended his dismissal Jrdm the service, because he was so often absent without leave, and since the war Senator Sherman, in his book of memoirs, has sent his name ringing down the corridors of time in words of denunciation, which place unremovable stigma upon It. For this he not only did not call the writer to account, but tacitly admitted the truth of his words by letting them go unchallenged. Now his desire to have oflice is so great that without any apology or elTort at reconciliation lie accepts one that will throw him in continual contact with his ancient enemy. Asked about such a state of affairs, Gen. Alger said the whole matter has been forgotten, thereby showing a spirit full of forgiveness and a Spanlel'like nature, which licks the hand tho more the rougher it cuffs him. The general will hardly make a worthy successor even to the amiable Lamont. Thk more tho record Tub Cincinnati Commercial Tribune has done a good work In calling attention to the growing need for the imme-- I dlate construction of tho houses of re-- 1 form, which the last Legislature pass-- 1 cd a bill to erect, but which made no ' provision therefor. There is no money in the treasury for that or any other purpose and not likely to be soon. Un-- til there is and the houses arc built. the governor will have to Use Ills par doning power when children, like the little Boyd county Negro, are sent to the penitentiary, by courts that ought to know better. I TliK action of the Fayette county democratic committee Is In the spirit of harmony and should bo followed by the other committees. In the primary it gives all who consider themselves democrats and will supiwrt tho nominees the right to vote. If the party in the State ever gets together. It will le News Briefly Told. In this way and not by any blowing of trumpets and shouts of rejoicing over Jacksonvllle, Flu., is to have gro baby show. those who went astray. of the Louisville Critic, with threats of criminal libel indictments. In his papcrof Sunday he goes for the crowd which Is trying to down him, in a manner which shows that ho defies whole set to do their worst. Ills strictures on Aaron Kohn aro particularly severe and if they aro notdeserved that worthy ought to accept the gauntlet thrown down by tho editor and do little indicting himself. 11 recommendation of tho Secretary of the Interior, the president has sign- -' an order discontinuing 10 of tho IS pension agencies throughout tho Unl- States and Louisville Is one of the agencies dropiwd. The change is made asa matter of economy and will become effective Sept. 1st. Payments now made from Louisville and Knoxvllle will made from Washington. is exacted that the government will save at least Sl.10,000 a year by tho new order of things. On Ne- - cam-- J inlluonce he exerted in thcj-lns- t administration has given palgn. Tho him a job at tho Philadelphia Mint which lasts about .10 days. There may a disposition to suspect the admlnis- tnitton of extravagance In this matter, but just think how long Byinun has been on the waiting list. Washington Post. I C.Uo Foreman, who was scalded by Mrs. Webster Cute at Sulphur Springs, Ohio county, the llrst week in January, when she caught him with her daugh-b- o tor, has brought milt In the circuit court of Hartford against Mrs. Cato and her husband for damages in the sum of $10,000. JPtiPkTP Tfr LUJUJ U m 'if w 'O'" cfFs m wm About what the- - J There are In tho United States and :V,0l.") Freemasons, !.", HI Canada 0(i(1 bellows, KU.oM k'nlghts of Pyth-e- d iaH) 107,5:11 Knights of Honor, na.OOO Iioolstfille so : Store bnr-gni- ' of ,no tm; JU.0 0,-le- r of I ted Men and 110.000 of of Klks. In Kentucky there Mi preoinascms and ,IVA Odd Will do this week by order i,'cn0WH, ( ling Rood, al zro prices Now is tliu llinu to pick up in all kinds of Winter goods 11 1 ns j.,!,, juuv0 Cmitrlll has decided "that the f Uj, lM0 as-jnj, of the number vo- sunt of tJ, f Tnu jom.i,on fiscal court will s of peal from this decision. all the voters In a county Is hold to be necessary to carry tho question. It two-thirds bonils for buying and turnjitkcsi requires the Ueep-thereafter- 10c. A 45c. wool Milton; worth 25o For LndiuV'jL'nlon Suits; ivoilh 75c Each for pair of Ladle' 111 20c. Indie' ribbed vests and punls, a grade usiia ly bold at 35c Inco Two-third- ou" 75 o. 7R Pair for idee curtains, 2J yaids long; worth 75c curtain, UJ l'tilr for a better all-wo- ol Inco -- yards long; worth $1. FARM" AND TRADE, 35c. Per garment foral wool tcnrlct shirts nml drawers, regularly gold at 11.25. Merino ehirts for men; well worth 00c. For They can't scare Editor D. E. O'Sul-livn- n, v k p w Hill, Irby, Palmer, Peffer, Pugh, Onmd Squire, Vilas and Voorhees. Some of slip them we shall regret to see go, but a ped away from school at BoHefontaine, - ; L1Uimlt Lawrenceburg, sold majority of the departing guests can O., and married her father's overseer. its for tllOTOllt,hbl.e(1 orkflh$ro two not depart too quickly. Worry over tne ueain 01 iivr $100 each. drove irnv.l A1..VM1 fur Mil. Wattkkson is double leading and the desertion of her husband " a iiuiiiiiii Mrs. Fred Weingartner, of Sidney, O., Wllkesward, 2:lis, at the Chicago sale again. He never writes except between of trotters. double leuds and tho frequency with mud. Bailey Edison, who killed a friend, which he fires shows that he is very ill P. P. Nunnolley disponed of 40 two d goddess evi- was unable to leave his cell at Frank- and d cattle yesterday at at ease. Tho dently chafes under tho galling yoke of lin, and court was held In jail. He was :uo to Mo. protection and other ills that she has held for murder. It is said that an Eastern party will A small, boy and his sled ran into The coal mines of Alabama produced bid 10,000 for Guy Wilkes, which will brought on herself and tho country. edCol. John G. Craddock, the veteran 5,100,000 tons of coal last year, being bo sold at Lexington this week, itor of the Paris Kentuckian, and tripThe bare suggestion of such a law but 5!)1,000 tons less than the phenome- j Foil Sale. 50 nice, long yearling ped him up, breaking a bone in his firm as Cleveland, Carlisle & Wilson, nal season of 1S!5. Will weigh alKiut 700 jwunds. right hand, but the old man managed which It is said will be established at Hickman Carl, a miller at Newton steers. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. R. II. to do a good deal of writing about the New York, is enough to stagger the Stewart, Ind., was killed by being j Foil Sale. Eleven steer calves and girl who helped hlra on with his over- imagination. It is entirely too heavy caught in a shaftingjind revolved unsix yearling steers. Good color and tickcoat and tho female barher. who and will fall of its own weight. til terribly mangled. 'stock. J. C. Hays, Crab Orchard. led his vanity so much that he spent a John Thomas and Joe Richie, stone John Lawson, a Swede, skated 50 dollar improving his personal pulchriPOLITICS. masons, were terribly mangled and fa miles at Washington In three hours tude. Those who know tho colonel will by a premature blast In a and 15 minutes, shattering all records. John Addison Porter, editor of the tally Injured take the statement that he spent a dolquarry at Frankfort. Danville horsemen nave sent hi lar for anything cum grano sails, and Hartford, Conn., Post, has been selectWilliam E. Coake, of Portsmouth, horses to Woodward it Shanklln's sale ed as Mujor McKinley's private secredemand a further bill of particulars, R. I., who recently celebrated his at Lexington, which begins this week. tary. with alHdavits. Klchard R. Kenney was at last ad- lOOdth birthday, says that he has chewThe fastest mile ever trotted in Canada was made by Fantasy, which was Benson Foraker has mitted to Delaware's vacant seat in the ed tobacco for 82 years. The Hon. James The Northwestern National Bank of 2:10. Robert J. holds tho Dominion demonstrated that when It comes to Senate, republicans conceding that his Addicksmay Grand Falls, Mont., has suspended on pacing record, 2:07. owning Ohio politically, he alone holds credentials were regular. account of a defalcation by its cashier The Register says that Col. J. W. tho bill of sale. It was Hanna's ambi- contest. In the Senate It was useless for Dr. Scott to deny to the extent of S1SO.000. has (00 barrels of corn and Thos. tion to succeed Sherman The alleged filibuster, Three Friends Gibion 500 that they are holding for $2. McKinley's desire that he the Louisville Post's story that there and it was Jacksonville, Flu., and The price is ?1.50 now and advancing. should, but Foraker put a spider In the was a "ruction" between hlra and Gov. was seized at d who placed under bond to answer for piracy of Clel Colenmn shtpjM.'d a dumpling and If Hanna gets anything Bradley. Nobody believed it, in firing upon u Spanish ship. Monday knows the gentleman. hogs to Cincinnati it will have to be from McKinley di young Lee Campbell, a Congressman Colson's bill to nay T. that coit him : cents. W. T. Robinson rect. Hanna seems to 00 a oig man for man of Shelby county, shot and killed sol.l to D. L. "Moore 5S slop cattle at lie. everywhere but at home and his case J. Fisher, of Barbourvllle, solhimself at Waddy. It Is believed ho iiarrodsburg Democrat. proves again that a prophet is without mules taken from him by Union diers during the war, was snowed so far was driven to suicide by 111 health. Ed A. Tipton, acting for Marcus Dahonor in his own country. Dr. W. G. Howard, of Vine Grove, ly, signed Frank Morris, of Cleopatra, under it will hardly ever be raised SOME time ago the House passed a from the dead. has invented a hub of a greatly reduc- Mo., to do the light weight riding for bill to prohibit the sale of whisky in 'This month is notable for the birth- ed friction surface that will enable a tho Copper King this year. "Reddy" Senate is not dis- days of two great presidents. Washing- team to haul twice as much as usual. tho capitol, but the Morse will have the heavier mounts. The 87th anniversary of the birth of posed to give up its toddy without a ton and Lincoln. Let the Senate make The Kentucky Derby field will be kick. Senator Hill made a speech it still more historic by passing the ar- Henry Barnard, tho "father of educa- coiiposed of Ornament, Dr. Catlett, against it. and although ho does not bitration treaty with Great Britain In tion in the United States," wus cele- Typhoon, Ben Brown, Carnero, Arlingdrink himself, says it is nobody's busi- its original form." says the New York brated in Hartford, Conn., Inst week. ton, Moncreith, Wabasso, Meadow-thorp- e In St. Louis a man without other ness, if a man takes a little wine for his Herald. und Cavalero. Ornament Is stomach's sake or whisky either for e. It will be observed that the howling means of subsistence is under arrest Woody Ecton, of Clark county, has a that matter. The W. C. T. U. ought of iho judges of the court of appeals for slaughtering a stray horse to make child- curiosity in tho shape of a lamb, or to got after him and others of his ilk. for more help in the discharge of their a meal for his starving wife and rather two lambs In one skin. It had duties does not prevent one of their ren. Emmett G. Logan, the elongated number going on a The fellow who tried to blackmail two heads, two tiills and it had four to at Covington by legs, as usual, and a fifth leg on its dogwood of the Bear.'grass, has been tho temporary pantry of Maj. McKin- Legislator Graziana by Senator Lindsay an aide was criminally inti- back. appointed swearing that he ley. Louisville Times. his do camp on the grand marshal's staff in W. II. Howe shipped during theyear report on affairs at mate with a woman, got a year or Inspector Lester's tho inaugural paradfe at Washington, tho Eastern Asylum, at Lexington, ex- his effort. liiKI. 20.000 dozen eggs and over 15,000 March 4th. The distinguished editor onerates Superintendent Scott. Dr. This Is the sort 01 men moos ougnt i,c,,l(i 0f j)oultry. Averaging tlio eggs of the Times sits a horse like a thing to work on. Oliver Allard, who owns ' at 10 cents per dozen and the poultry at Rhorer has asked to be transferred property, was arrested y cents each, tho amount received of beauty and being a man of commandfrom tho asylum to some other, on ac- much Paducah ing appearance will be the cynosure of count of unpleasant relations between at Metropolis, 111., for criminally as- -' runs ovel. Carlisle Mercury. girl. all feminine eyes and the envy of all himself and tho superintendent. saultlng a manage such things differently They male ones. Robert Morton, colored, was hanged in Germany. An American attempted The four mining camps of Nevada, by a mob hear Rockfield, Warren coun- tho ringer game on a inan and at his The' management of the Lexington Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, with a ty, not far from Bowling Green, for trial he was sentenced to nine months but the total population of 475,000, have eight asylum may not bq sending an Insulting note to a young in prison, fined 1,000 marks, deprived tempest seems to bo of the teapot Senator?, whlleNew York, Pennsyl- white woman of Rockfield. late of all civil rights for two years and the variety, raised by Mrs. Cantrill because vania, Illinois and Ohio, with 21,000,000 The total cost of the official records mare was forfeited. her sister was forced to take food she people, alsohave eight Senators. Such of the rebellion has been thus far $2,- A Central Branch (Kansas) farmer declined to eat. Enough was gathered inequality was never contemplated by :M,32S, and the total, when the work la calculates that one hen is nearly equal from the investigation, however, to the constitution. up to S:i,000,- - t0 an ac,.c 0f ium il8 un investment. He Every time a national bank fails done, Is exacted to foot prove that institutions for tho care of of ground 000. This is,$2rt,785 a volume. figures that whereas these unfortunates ought to ho removed ComptrollcriEckels selects for its reArizona convicts have been leased j produces In a year 20 bushels of corn, ceiver one of the bolting gold demofrom partisan political appointments. 70 a day, their la- - worth $2, tho hen, which costs less to crats. At the present rate of banking for 10 years at cents constructing an ir- - mQ oaru 0f( iUyH 10 dozen eggs, worth to be utilized in The majority report of tho commits disaster it looks as If tho boy financier bor rigatlngcanal that will mako produc- - 1.0. teo in the contest case of Hopkins vs. might bo ablo to place all the Palmer tlvo 100,000 acres of arable land. Health department officials have die- Joe Kendall from the 10th Kentucky and Buckncrjvoterfl In government jobs While looking through an old trunk covered that horse flesh Is being sold favor the retention of the seat by Ken- before tho end of his term. N. Y. which had been In hor garret for 110 jn Chicago and throughout tho country dall, but the minority reports in favor Journal. At the republican primary held in years, Mrs. Kate Jones, of Walton, this u((ur tho guise of lluid extract of beef. of Hopkins and the question will be found a diamond ring und breast They have also learned that it is being fnnrrht out on tho lloor of the House. Pulaski county last Saturduy, tho fol- - State, a long gold chain and three $2 m,t up by a Chicago packing house, - pin, Hopkins hasn't tho shadow of a right lowing for county olliccrs were nomland criminal prosecution will be begun cuts no figure with natcd: Judge, Williura M. Catr ou; cir bills. to tho sent, but that The court of appeals holds that tele- - at once. cuit court clerk, Napier Adams; suier-- j the meazlcy partisans 01 111s mo intendentof schools, J. S. Cooper; rep- graph companies arc liable for damages ' a big crowd attended court yester-fo- r : mistakes In unreionted messuges, tay mt jt was not a good day for sheriff, C. The Delaware Senatorial muddle has resentative, tho waiver of damages ness of any kind. About hulf of tho to tho M. Langdon; jailer, A. J. Catron; asbeen very satisfactorily settled There were two sessor, A. M. Mounce; attorney, C. W. printed on tho backs of tho company's oqq or moro cattle on tho market chang-blankdemocrats at least. j ed hands, at from 2c for butcher stuff republican and one democratic claim- Slfadoan; surveyor, W. R. Burdine, Two men were killed and one fatally t0 yjc fm. a bunch of best steers and and rairabllc dlctu the democrat, clerk, N. L. Barnett; coroner, L. D. S. ant, injured in a freight wreck on the Louis- - heifers. A largo number of mules Hon. R. R. Kenney, won. Hla creden Patton. by jfAfter a long period of waiting and ville & Nashville at Myers' Switch, wero on tho market hut thero was littlo tials were regular and duly signed tho trovcrnor and there was no way of longing Mr. William D. Bynum has near Montgomery. The operator whoso demand for them; only a few selling at getting out of it, or'lhe Senate would been most munificently remunerated mistake caused the wreck, took to the I 330 to 805. Horses were dull at any price. for the services he rendered and the woods. have done so. - e saw the last of Connecticut removwithin the State ed, the process of freeing the pikes having been gradually made until those only on one road remained until that day. Already those who use the roads arc beginning to kick, however, claiming that they are not kept in near so good repair, some of them being nearly impassable and hardly jackassablc. Therein lies the trouble of free roads. Those who demand them loudest want everything free, oven to whisky and lunch, and those who foot the bills get the poorest return for tho heavy outlay of money, free turnpikes are a most expensive luxury and in the end a mo'st unsatisfactory one. Last Saturday toll-gat- On March 4th, 17 Senators will march forth iKsrhaps never to darken the doors of the Senate again. They are Blackburn, Blanchard, Brice, Brown, Call, Cameron, Dubois, Gibson, Gordon, All other Underwear in proportion ftafr'Now is the tiiuo to buy your Daviess county will vote on local opAllen & Myers sold to Lyon A: Allen tion on tho 17th. 22steorsnt$14. In 18Ta the United States produced Pence Sc Dawes sold to John Popples $C"),0CK),000 in gold and has not exceed17 yearlings atJIJc. ed it since. We wero never better equipped to supply the want of the cop e. J.C.Hays bought of Wils King 10 Tho Southern Building and Loan AsDuroc shouts at Iljc. lhiys n nice iVingoln patent tip Shoe for Indies; worth f 1 50. . SI sociation of Atlanta has gone into the Eleven heats in 2:1X1 or better is John For II 75 Pebble and glove grain .Shoe, heel or spring heel. of a receiver. hands R. Gentry's record for last year. Thirty-si- x million barrels of tormentFor Indies' nml gents' ovcrgallcrs: worth 60c nny where. At Fasig's sale In Now York 1112 ed liquors were produced in the United horses sold at an average of 'J2I7. d for chi drcn's .sliovn. States during ISM. Kinney at tho S. M. Owens bought of T. W. Gov. Bradley was a pall bearer $ to S3 Iluys you just what you wnnt in the men's Shoe line, in blnck, tnn and mules for $72.50. three funeral of tho wife of chocolate colors Now it) the time to buv Tewksbury has refused $25,000 for Saffell at Frankfort partlfcs. , ,rlf' John R.Gentry from Boston Joe Brunei, of Hancock count-to Burnside, . c Leavell a . , proceedings murrj- - ., . out of ..n , ing the girl in the court room. Four thousand persons taw been ; u.her rtuffntSJo. urning of And other Winter clothing The lust cut and a deep one too; come and take vour thrown out of work f , pick at Oocon tliu 1. cattie at H. Bruce IS go.1 25c. 25c $, 11 50c two-year-o- ld but-tard- ,. ,,,,,, OTKRCOATS Overcoats for III 50. S; 110 orercoatH for !fi; 5S overcoatfl for 15; Itoys' overcoats from 5 up. Hoys' knee pant Milts 1, f by-th- o Sveurs:;, $12 id overcoats for izus fl to fill. SI. 50 -- Por boy' knee panU Milts In noal In ray uflects, slues I to 1 1 years. "," ? I star-eye- three-year-ol- neat cheviot mxtures cut from 5 Pr boys' kne pants; bettor qualities 10c and 50c We have on hands tho biggest line of HATS "inco have been established here, .Men' Alpine ' extra lino felt fur Mock in black nnd browns nt 75c. Men's crushem at 50c. nice fur and well worth double the amount Wc hnvejut received six dozen hatu In crushers nnd Alpine shapes, black and brown, which will feel the keen edge of the knife, go this week nt 25c. 3.25 For youths' long pants suits 20c Don't fail to come this week and wo will prove lieyoml the ohndow of a iloubt we nlwnys have and nlwnys will tell cheaper than unybody c1m. thai THE LOUISVILLE A. UKRANSKY A CO , ST0RL. Vers-iilles- , PmirHiKroiu Km! I T. D. KANEY, Mamackh. I Paris, Carlisle, Ml Sterling, Ilardstown, Lnwrencvburg, fynthlana, nence, Georgetown, Eliznbethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mauckport, Ind. Ca-pert- LOOK AT THIS. " ear-loa- 250-pou- well-know- li 600DS TO GIVEAWAY. Valuable Goods Given away with Coffee nnd linking Powder. Fine Decorated Bowl and fa-vo- ri Pitcher Comu and see With one Pound of Collee. Powder. HANDSOME LAMP with one 15c can of Baking for)ourself. HIGG-IN- S & McKINNEY. I There Are Four Kinds of Druggists In the world and you'll find them In every town in tho country. 1. Tho druggist who sells "cheap" drugs only. '2. Tho druggisl'who soils some good drugs and some , one?, first-clas- s, ! I an-ne- ro ( a. Tho druggist who sells nothing but good drugs and chaigcs only what they're worth. 4 Tho so railed exclusive druggist who sells good drugs gonernlly. nnd never forgets to lond them down with exorbitant prices. We belong to tho third kind. Ourpriccs and goods ro right. 11 I PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Doors, Sash and Blinds, ' I Mike-Freeman- s. Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,!Eto. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed Studing and Joist run one side all seasoned stock, ( A. C. SINE, r irfi - - Stanford, mam Ky. .. ..VV. Iin il i tf9t iw Mfcim . mmrrifrii n api"iir JTT i fi "in iim y nMimil , mi rfliiVT- - npjfln"-- v w TTr;"Trt n: iiCJT1" 'W'r V 1W5Mliipii Iff 4 r r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 Stanford. Kv., U. Danich has lino mantel clocks. i'KI'SCIMPTIOXH Craig- - & Hooker's. I TitY us for cash. . Furris & Hardin. RELIGIOUS.- - accurately ill led lit - IMill. ., Foil good lire Insurance ami prompt n 9, IH97 paymonts eull on It. II. Mahony. T C, Wit ALTON, Ik'HXISW M.l.VAflKH. WJUH I uitll iimrli l.milw.i. .mil uKln. ,l8 jow llHlnyj0lly. A. C. SlllO. -- . You should tako your pro8critluns to Penny's drug store vi ere prompt and ervlro In gu.iHtntced -- typewriting done correctly and reasonably at the INTUH-IOSTKNOdiiAl'HY and .lOUIl.VALolllce. COAL. II PERSONALS. Mk. Ivo.v V. Fish wont to an Loxlng-- t I WILL boll you lwst quality steel Sunday. (2i:oitoi: IlL'irros, of i'lttfeburg, way rooting nearly as cheap as you can buy )wrv Sunday. shingles. A. C. Sine. n .Mils. I'ltissn: Dhyk is visiting Say, we are loiylod up on Dried in Huslouvlllc. Jamkh T. .Mkn'kkki: returned from Fruits, Beans. Hominy, Grits and all kinds of Canned Goods. Come and see Cynthlunn yesterday. us. Warren it Shanks. .MiksKiika W'KlMKIt, of Louisville, is Exiting Miss Stollu Kuploy. I 'A IT. TllOS. HlCIlAKDS requests JIB Dit. .1. T. HoiION wuh hero yesterday to my that for a few weeks he would be y from his county hamlet. pleased to do any clock or watch work Mils. Kati: Kuiikkt, of Crab Or- that may bo entrusted to him for rechard, waH with Mr. and Mrs. V. II. pairs. Boom over Hlggius several days. ' Tim Hutchison, of tho Highland . IN the county court yesterday tho section, had a rib brokuit while haul- will of M. Dreasler was admitted to ing lUUllK'l' hint uuk. probate. W. K. McAfee tendered his Miss Kaciiiu. Allison Is ovor from resignation as administrator of tho esLexington to vlult her hlstors, tate of GeorgoW. Gi veils and thecourt Hurch and Curtis. took tho matter unt'er advisement. rok-live(.'a-.ejMwt-otllco. Wo have tho sole agency for tho celebrated Falls Branch coal. .1. H. Baughinan A: Co. Mes-dam- es Mils. W'ALLKIt ClIHNAULT, of Fort Scott, Kansas, is tho guest of her Mrs. Lucy II . Beuzloy. Mil. J. (3. W'KATIIKICKOltU, of who is vitdting IiIh mother at llus-- t on villi', wan hero yesterday. Mi.ssMamik Kino took the. train hero yesterday for Junction City to visit Mrs. (J. I). McCollum. Mil. J. l KimiaNK.s started to Spring-Ik'h- l, III., yesterday to get the pay for Mime stock ho shipped there. William and Haywaiid Jo.Niwand I). 11 lack, of Madbou, worn hero trading with T. J. C'ulton, of Mlil-dalyot-tord- hIs-te- r, c, gate im)1o was taken down Saturday night, that of the gate nearest Ottenheim on tho Stanford it Ottenheim pike. Like the other keepers, Mr. Skolton Coleman, who kept this gate, wan not made aware of the presence of the raiders. ANOTHKlt toll ay Crab Orchard. Hon. Haiivky Hklm has boon eho--eus one of tho speakers at tho big Knights of Pythias muutitig at Lexington next week. Mil. H. V. Maiitin is up from his run on tho Main Lino to vit.it relatives. Ho c.ioctH soon to bo given an unginu and a run on thin division. n Bi:ai tho description of Lincoln county on our ltd page. Although in K)lutof wealth It Is tho 17th county In the State, it is the Jlrst in every other particular and if you want to tlnd a good place to live and a good place to dlo como and make your homo with us. TllKltKwill Ihj an exhibition of the work of the class In Art and a recital o by some of the music pupils at tho Friday night, 12th, at 7 o'clock. Miss Fdiiu Courts will anslst by giving ono of herrecitatlons. The faculty Invite all the friends and patrons of the school to be present. Col-legm m 8 I! ii !', r. came to town with seven small children, ollering them to anybody who wanted them. Their mother had just died and ho was unable to support HuMnn-villMiss Macoii: Looan, of who hanln'on the guust of Mr. them. He had oor succe., however, and Mrs. Hutler Weatherfonl, loft for and took them all back except two. her home this morning. Master Hoyd Mlddleslntro people need most anyWeatherfonl accompanietl her.- - Lex- thing else worse than children jut-now. ington Herald. Lucy McKinnky, tho talented Miss KlLLKI) HIS DltUNKLN FATHr.lt.--Andordaughter of Mr. .1. li. MoKlnuey, la deParker, of Rockcastle, veloping into a crayon artist of great while drunk, fractured his wife's skull ability. Her latest subject is a dead with a club, and was then killed by his soldier guarded by his faithful horie, son, whom he had shot and wounded with surroundings in keeping with the slightly. Parker came from Bellcoun-ty- . sad m'oiio. Squire John S. IMmiston tells us that tho old man was bur'ud at Crab HOME NEWS, Orchard tmnilay, and tho loy was present under guard. Ho says he had DaNKS for Sterling silver hH)ons, seen tho two together and they seemed unusually fond of one another. Hats. Latest stylos and colors, just Tho old man was especially quiet in out. H. J. McHoberts, his manner and nothing but whisky Monky to loan on real estate. Ad- could have aroused him to the act for dress Hox ISO, Stanford. which he lost his life. FlVK room cottage on Logan Avenue Till: tax rate for J 607 was llxed by for rent. Mrs. M. . I. Withers. tho council at its last meeting at "" $KK); Last Call. You must pay your 16!)(l cents oy thefull tho same as last year, limit undeV the State before March 10th, 1SJI7, or and to the tax on or constitution. It is claimed that it will your proiKjrty will bo advertised. T. require the amount thus raised in addiD. Nowland, S. L. C. tion to tho iM,."00 for liquor licenses to Tm: weather has licen damp, chilly meet tho demands old and new against and dlrfugreoablo for several days wltli tho town. It strikes tho?o who have rain enough to make the streotH a per- to foot these bills that Stanford is tho fect loblolly. Snow was predicted for heaviest taxed place in tho country for last night, with fair, colder Tuesday. tho value it receives for it. On application of Mr. .1. S. Kice, who represenFlllKNDS of A. Fverhart Hundley ted Richmond parties, an order was will bo glad to learn thut tho Negro ho made to sell tho franchise for a telecut Is Improving. Mr. Hundley has phone exchange at the next meeting of had two doctors with him since the the ouucll, March 1th. cutting, which ho very much regrets. yci-torda-y e, Mil. Jok F. W'ATKHS received Saturday from Grand Chancellor Stanley Adams IiIh commission as Deputy Crand Chancellor for thin Pythian district. Mil. A. K. Kiddkll, an Fast Born-Htamerchant, wan down yesterday to lcK)k at tho Walton store-rooand if ho rents lie will open up a general merchandise business. Ahiiiiy lil not get a medal, but ho won many enconiums T.H. Hallartl, of Kentucky University, got tho llrt nnd I). N. Conner, of Cytilhiunn, tho becond prize. Mil. T. A. Bkadlky, of Danville, wno says ho ha wild moro looks than any other man save one in tho U. S., wuh hero disMsiiu" of Brian's new Inxik which ho says Ih going like hot cakoH. dt n Till. Manhattan Musical Trio didn't draw very largely, but those who braved tho storm enjoyed ItH music uh well art that of the Stanford Gold Band. The trio is comiood of C. Fdwin l'hipps, who can play on nearly everything, musical Instrument or otherwise, .1. Henry Brady and Kddie Veatch, a grand-soof Mr. Fleming D. Brady, and a most promising young musician. n Childiikn to Givi: Away. -- B. G. Pennington told our business manager while at Middlobloro theotherday that during the cold spell a Tennes.eo man t pon Foil Sali:. Seven shares of Farm Rev. Ben Helm is holding a revival ers Bank and Trust Co. stock. Apply ' at Monticello. at this olllce. Sam Jones will lecture at Richmond next Monday night. Tabhbwuh a good deal of drinking Rev. R. B. Mahony filled his old pulyesterday, but there were no fights and no arrests up to the hour of going to pit at Newport Sunday. There aro according to statistics 2 pros. lawyers in the U. S. and only "Wovkn wire and oalc picket fence, preacher-)- . tho most economical fence in tho marDr. II. A. Tuppor, Sr., has been ket. I am soiling it at about cost of made professor of Dibical literature in manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Richmond College, Virginia. Rev. C. P. Williamson, former cdltrr F. M. Waiik tells us that all tho oft ho Apostolic Guide, is lying at money has been subscribed for the telephone lino from McKinney to Middle-lmr- g tho point of death in Atlanta, where he has a ehurch. and ho says that tho line must bo n lift wnon mow .ioun sizomoro was ac extended to Stanford. quitted at Pineville fjir forgery, he TllK life Interest of G. P. Bright wuh broke out in a gospel hymn which sold in .'li--; acres of land yesterday to made the welkin ring. Rev. II. B. Cox, tho Dycusburg Baj- J. I. Hamilton tor $.10, about i,000 less than its apprai-.c- d value. It was tlst preacher who was visited by tho sold tosatlsfy judgment of J. A. Ham- whltooaps, now preaches with a couple of pistols lying on tho pulpit. monds of 1,000 and costs. A religious revival is in progress at It rained and snowed and was gener- Bond's.Mill, In Wise county, Va., just ally yesterday, yet men beyond tho Kentucky border line, and sUmk! ankle deep in mud to see a fakir M people will bo baptized In the icy do ventrlloqual and other tricks. The waters of Pound Fork, of Sandy river, man who ejaculated "whai fools wo Sunday. mortals lw'" was striking mighty near Rev. W. R. Lloyd, of Nashville, centre. Tenn., who has been conducting a reFirst-ClasInbiector vival here tho past week, has been tenJ. W. Vickery Insiected the Stanford dered tho pastorate of the. Christian otllce a few days ago and reported it in ehurch, this city, for tho present year, s condition. Postmaster. I. W. and has accepted at a salary of $1,500. Richmond Register. Bout is making a capital man for tho A Parsee sacred fire which has burnplace, while his assistant, Miss Sue ed uninterruptedly for 12 centuries in Rout, ii indispensable. tho temple at Leigule, Persia', went William Hukk IlAitltls, a widower out recently. Its worshippers interof .'IS and Mrs. Lottie Suttka, a widow preted the event as an omen of the of IH, iMith of the Ottenheim section, plague, which is destroying so many of obtained license Thursday and vill be their in Bombay. Before she would agree married Rev.. II. H. Harris, A. M., L. L. D., to having the license issued she made lrofessor of iMilemics in tho Baptist him give her a deed to his knob farm Theological Seminary at Louisville, of 18 acres and had it recorded before died at Lynchburg, Va., where lie was sho left town. The will-b- e bride seems on a visit. He was born in Louisa U have an eye to business. county, Va., in 1S.'W and was a gallant Slaitki) Him. The Nicholasvillo Confederate soldier in the late war. .lournal says a Negro woman walked Since then he has filled many positiors always .with the highest credit. hi to the ladies' car of Capt. Ben on the. Cincinnati Southtrain promptly pardoned the ern, the other day, and when the cap boy tent to the poniten tain K)lltoly asked her to go to the car: provided for jwrsons of her color, she tiary trom Boyd county for btealing boy is a crime slapKMl him In tho mouth. The paper "Tho confinement of this against Christian civilization. A par undoesn't say what Ben did then, but don is hereby granted to him." The less ho resiK?cted her sex, we'll wager governor did not deliver the pardon till he knocked a good size hole in her he had found a good home for the boy, head. who is an orphan and without means to GONK. Sunday afternoon, Marshal obtain transportation back to Catletts-burJohn Nowland, at tho request of Mol-li- o R. L. Albright, of the East End, and Frederick, went to J. II. Anderson, tho clothes cleaner, and took her Miss Lucy Brown, of Rockcustle, were laughter from his house, not however, married Thursday. The groom is an until Anderson had raised such a pro- industrious, elever young man, while test us came near forcing tho ortlcer to his bride is both pretty and accomviolence. That night Anderson and plished. family pulled up stakes and struck for The railroad rate to Washington on other climes, leaving his rent unpaid account of the inauguration will bo and other bills in a similar condition. one faro for tho round-trip- . By all He was lieforo tho courts hero several means go by the C. it O., the quicktimes and in jail once or twice, and est, best and most picturesque. may bo termed quite a bad egg. II. S. Tucker was shot and instantly killed on tho streets of Knoxville, Saw tub Moil W. L. Kvans, of Tenn., by Horace Keith. Tho men this place, was on the train Thursday were rivals for the affections of a young night when the masked mob went widow. through It at St. Mary's In search of The Legislature of Alabama passed William Black, the Negro, who at- -' u bill exempting sol tempted to assault Mrs. F,d Clark, of diers from the payment of peddling li- Br.ulfordhvlllo. He says they had all c 'Uses anywhere in the Commonwealth kinds of firearms and ho thought at, first they were robbers. They were very orderly, ho says, but very indigH. D. nant when they found the olllcers had not brought him from Louisville. Gov. ILools Bradley has ordered a detachment of sTANroim. KY. f0 Louisville soldiers to tako the Negro to Lebanon and protect him at All Mini of n.ilrtnK iloe t roasomMe nK ?jNf-itl, I'liliolMvrini; jcclaliy. giuralintl. all hazards. SJ,-12- Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet SometliinRtiew in tlio realm of Health nnd It is for tho Lcnelit of every man. woman and child It is nature's H great helper in the tite of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Until I'ulitiiiK Cahinct for Homen A complete Huh-nin- ti Medienlcd or. Perfumed Bath springs Treatment by your own fireside nt a nominal cost. All physicians tudoe it and it is now in use in many Hospitals of tho couniiy nnd in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect cure for La Grippe, IMicuinatism, Neuralgia, (.olds, Skins Diseases. Nervousness', ( orpulency, Kidney and LiverTrou-ble?- . and is Woman's Ilost Friend Afinr a vmmr tmili limf before going to hod, you wi say no other hath is comparable to it It removes all the eilete, pernicious aeciiuiiilatioiiH of the skin, rendering it smooth ami glowing, reiiivigoratiug tho whole syHtem. With ordinary care will Inst a life time When not in use can he folded nnd set away. Two or three cents' worth of wood alcohol and nlioutfi pint of water is all that is necessary for each bath. Can be seen at Craig 3 I JU"'l J M r . h I K t9JjB or-JI- ot H7,-0- 00 m 1 & Hncker's f87-g- J. S. HUGHES, Southern Rgcr)t. STANFORD FETCHLE WILLIAM SHELTON. The Second Session of 1800 97 C0LLEC6. President. For ful' inlormitiun about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Cata logue. Address, MRS. NANNIES. SAUFLEY, Lady Phlvcii-ai.- , Stanford, Ky OPENS ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1807. Is Your h. Post-oflic- o EueSiofit.FaifinQ"? If so have your eyes tested at onco nt 25 Do you need spectacles? first-clas- Craig & Hooker's- Spectacles and Noe Glasses from cents up. We are Specialists in tho fitting of Spectacles. M to-da- y. Cheapest in piice and best in qua ity. EST Full Line of Surgical Supplies. CRAIG ?5 2 86 HOCKER, Mc-(Jraw- 's Gov.-Bradle- y nine-year-o- ld More- - Your Money Than any Dry Goods and clothing House in Central Kentucky r. IS OUR MOTTO. We don't claim to give goods away, but we do claim to give you value received for every do lar spent witn us We aro opening a brand new line of gents' White and Fancy Shirts, Neckties, Ovcrshirts, Overalls, Suspenders, Ac. g. m m t Ladies9 Department. We can otipp'y 3-.3T i m Never n better time to sew than the winter days. you with iLLL I&TIEiaE Ncedles, Thread, cottons, cambrics, long clolhs, Dimities, Ham-burg- s, Laces, etc Also towels, napkins, table linens, calicoes Percales, in abundance. If you have hot been our customer in the past, be one in the future PHILLIPS, SEVERANCE & SOV.K- m mmwMiwmMmm:mmmmm New rarpets just opened. Gun and Smith. Baek of IVIy of each to-da- y oj ly A Woman with a Bio Family. Mr. John Dinwiddle, who was here from Hustonville a I ilrlro to mil my Millinery Store anil location. since, told us of a remarkably well Only millinery store In town. Any ono llrlii; preserved woman in Casey county, Mrs. nanio kiiuiii nnn ii uiinoir ltiicrval 10 apuy ai James Kills. Sho Is S." years old, the nrirtt. Kor mrtfittUrt aiMrn. Junction City Ky. f MISS CALVKIIT, mother of 10 children and can do more work than the average woman at her Town best age. Besides- doing her cooking, churning, milking and house work gen: erally, bho frequently oversees her farm on horseback. Sho Is very healthy I oiler lor privately Town 1'roixTty In Lonand her mental powers areas well pres- don, Ijiirvl sle county, Ky., HK) yanls Irom KAN. for ilc.il. A erved as her physical ones. Her lineage mirox-- routilnlng lliiatlonRood nianuficturlni; mores; iul other necessary oiilliiilldlntrt anil lurn also exceeds that of any woman In our cll stocked In fruit and ornatucnHl trees ami knowledge, having OS plenty water to run ny manufacturing Wkll-Piu:skhvi:i) FOR SALE. few-day- s Is the certainty of fulfillment and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaran- tee that you will have an accurate and reliable timepiece. Promises s3-t- - Property FOR ttrst-cl- s , SAL.EI. cstaMJsli-incu- Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. ' THOMAS DALTON. T U ilvi'lling-liou-x- '. grand-childre- n, t, r0 great-grand-childr- en ttnd 1) Twelvo of Mrs. l'or further lnrornution address KHi:i I1UOI, London, Ky. B. K. WEAREN & SON -- Ellis' children aro living and give promlbo of rivaling their mother both In ago and presorvaion. PUBLIC SALE ! committee for L. C. Dunn, on of mid Dunn near Ut Salem, Ky., on the llmtonville it Middlcbnnj pike, on Dealers In- - I Kllon Padgett, the woman who was bo badly burned at the last week, died Sunday. Her child, which was also burned, it, still alivo with the chances against its recovery. Who Is Hk ? A dispatch from Chicago Bays that Dr. Henry Gives, of Stanford, Ky., was cut and bruised con siderably by u Santo Fo sleeping ear ' jumping the track as ho was en route to Kansas City. DKAli.- poor-hou- se nuiL'ht bv Miss Bessie Head, near Shelby City a few nights ugo and stolo a lot of chairs, Ink, pens, A:o. Messrs. G. R. Fngleman and W. E. McAfee, who llvo near by, were here yesterday trying to locuto tho scamps. THIBVKS ii entered the private school-,n- n Fhkb Pikes. The il&cal court yesterday bought the Stanford &Mllledgo-viliknown as Adam Carpenter's pike, at $12 a share and the'gato will be thrown open Tho Knob Lick plko refused to tako less than $1") a share and condemnation proceedings were ordered against that and the Stanford and Hall's Gup plko, tho latter refusing also to accept tho court's olTer. Tho otllcials of tho pike that runs by Dudderar's Mill offered to tako W a share, if tho county would accept tho indebtedness of $100 and tho matter was taken under advisement till tho meeting of tho court on tho 18th. The commissioners appointed under th,o condemnation proceedings aro P. W. finrtoi. O. W. Vnnni- - nn.l A A J Bastin. e, to-da- y. time from the , fects of grip, died Friday and a largo number of friends saw her remains laid tenderly away in BulTalo Cemetery j MONDAY, FEB. 15th, 1897, with those of her relatives, of whom Offer for mle to the highest bidder the follow four generations lie burled there. De 111 property: ceased was a sister of J. A. and R. II One. Stallion, youno and uell broke to drive in tingle or douhle harneM, and a good Givens, with whom sho lived and kept breeder; one aood Jack, three years old; house, Mrs. Bottle McKinney and Miss Three goixl Jennets, all in foal by gooil Belle Givens. Dr. Ed Alcorn's wifo jacks; one Jack; one Jack Colt; tun Horse Colts; one young Mare, was a sister.of hersund sho was closely works well and is infoal; Twentu Calces; related to Judge J. W. Alcorn, of this Fifty good Ewes; lot of Clover Hay; lot of place, as wcILhs being a first cousin of Lorn anil Imder; one Spring Wagon, Editor James Givens Craddoek, of tho Sale to commence at 10 A. if. Paris Kentueklan. Her father, R. II. Terms. All sums under Ten Dollars cash Givens, Sr., was ono of the most prom- orer that amount on a credit of three months inent men in tho county. Since child- with approved security ana to bear interest M. F. NORTH. hood sho was a member of tho Presby- from j date. Com'Kefrom L. C. Dunn, terian church and a faithful follower of tho Cross. A short scrvico was held ut Who can think of some slrupla tho gravo by Rev. S. M. Logan, In the Wanted-- An thing to patent? tdcaa: tbar mar absenco of her pustor, Rev. W. W. Protect your WKDDERBURK brlngjrou wraith.CO., Patent AttorWrtU JOHN u. u, uaar ajijuu pnaa oca UJl Bruce, who is sick. taTUaaa WWW. ef two IwdMd fat ld I will, as Givbns. Miss Lettie P.Givens, who thepremw' efhad been ill for some Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c. Agents for Vulcan Chilled and Gibhs" Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. m H. 0. RUPUY, MERGH ANT TAILOR- -- Is Receiving his- . . -- ao-i- Idea rcmm "St. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. JW X "9ui"ri"j l 43- 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 3?a."tall3li.oa.''v.o3ia.5'o aai JTxti.a.ya AJD VA-XCI- S S2 PJSU YJfiA.lt When not sopattl 1' O OC-S- will le charged. and Isaac At Kokomo, Intl., Mo.-.etwins, who married Misses Martz, Lavinia McCormaok. also m. at 1:30 p. twins, celebrated their golden wedding. KNOXVILLEEVISION. They were married with one ceremony. U 37 l m .. Mr. Albert Jttrey and Miss Mary PotNo. 24 Train going North 3 13 a III " ' Kn "f. " 12 01pm ter, who were prevented from eloping " 21 " Nl . : I03j.m hv the So! 2.1 " " of Pewee Collqge, cot Forallll'olnts. oil to .leircrsonvlllo aud were married. Tiinouon tickets sold. It is taitl that the girl's parents, who HAOOAUi: CHUCKED TIWOUllll. live at Bowling Green, had no objec KENTUCKY CENJRAL DIVISION. Train 1ctm Stanford at " 10 a. m. nnd.returnt at m s MMI TIB! MED, IsbituntQtl in the Southern part of tho Elijah Holseluw, crazed over thu loss Itluc Grass section, about 100 miles southof his wife, lmnjretl himself with a tracu east of Louisville. Tho Knoxvllio divischnin in Campbell county, Tcnn. ion of tho Louisville and Nashville SInrrinjjo id a romance until the book the county from E.ist to West mill is open. True, ho preface is some-tlm- the incinnnti Southern from North to tumwinj;, but it never lasts lonjr South. anil is always deceptive.-l'olncol- ot. Stanford, tho county scat, is situated V. C. Wurnlnjf, who mailo the race immediately on Hie L. & N., nine mi es for school buperintemlent. of Scott from Junction Oily, the junction with tho county, was married on board the Cin- Cincinnati Southern. It is ft!o tho ter cinnati Southern train to Miss Lena minotis of the Richmond Rranch of the tru-vcfcus MflTRIMONIHL'. Lincoln County. Ky. Luke. nd a young merchant, of Creelsboro, and Miss Maggie Gasti-ncat- i. daughter of Mr. Albert Gusti-neaQUEEN & CRESCENT. of near Danville, were married Trains pass Junctlou City as followsHouse by 3 Wp m in the parlor of the Barker No. South .... 12 fr.'lp m No. 2 North ' am Rev. Harvey Glass. Somerset Report " 12 w; i m ? No 3 " H9pm " 0 " 11 31 am No 5 " .. .6 00 a m er, Mfp m " 10 " No! 9 " For any Information enquire ot JOE S. U1CU, Agent, Stanford, Ky. tion. J. M. Snow, u, - Note-N- o. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction City. All trilns stop there. R Snbsciber 2'5 Years. Clifton, Texas, post-oflio- KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. M u. VIA OUOltucrOWN. 2 30 r. m. a m. 2(00 A M- - o'03 7 35 311 4 50 9 13 l.ve. Somerset, ' Jet. City. Arr 1 " 2W ..... 8 35 " Frankfort, o I.V10 30 33 "0 C30 4 00 8 30 Arr l'arls S3.! Dally except buuday l.ve 9 55 i c nunc VW O P A. ROYAI &AJ?P POWDER Absolutely Pure. healthfulnes. Assures the ' e with hand you for subscription to Ixtkuiok Jouknai, for 1M)7. I desire ,to express my appreciation of your noble efforts for the democratic ticket in the late, election. Wo are just now feeling very sensibly the effects of Mr. McKinley's much promised prosperity. I believe this is about the 2."th subscription (S."0) 1 have sent into the I. J. since I have been in Texas and I have never before felt so cramped or pressed for money to pay for my papers, of which I take a good many, the best of all being the old reliable Interior Journal and I must have it even If the babies have to do without Castoria. This, however, by the way, what I started out to say was that if the present is a fair sample of republican prosperity and times get no better under a continuation of the gold standard and high protective rule, then may the good Lord deliver from all such now, henceforth and forevermorc. Your Truly, Amen. Feb. 2. -- I here.money order M. G. Cash. Celehraled for Its great leavening strength and AxhI against alum and nil forms of adulteration so common In the ch.-abrands. HoYAt. Uaki.no Powder Co.,2tw lork. p P. S. I suppose it is useless J"or me tD tell you it has been very cold out hero for the past two weeks. I pre. sume you have a good idea about how it's been by what you have experienced in Kentucky. M. G. C COOKE'S SARSAPARILLA WILL LUKE . Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, "and all Eczema, Tetter, diseases of the blood and Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it ir Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. Mc Roberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, ' V. C. vVoWord, Hustonville. " F B Twid.vell, J. A Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Knx , McKinney. t. Powers. J K. IKizley & Son. Crab Orchard. Al-tot- m-- M Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours tor Health. James T Cooke, II irrodsbuig. Ky. M0iMO(Nl0IMOIMIS!l O . THE POPULAR WW IMMOMOMM0IN10IM MSMOMMOMOlMlivil OlMOIroMIOINIO -. I II m IM0IMM0MBIN1 W r z --" ; oiNjiyjiNJuw r-- Ur wVTrni JIM jr rwTV fr-- a uvu M0IM1M M mm The Chesapeake & Ohio having been decided on by the State executive republican committee as the otilciul line to carry the Kentucky delegation to the inauguration, arrangements are being made by the company to handle the entire delegation with the same comfort and luxuries as are afforded on all regular C. & O. vestibuled trains. In order to faciliate matters aud to form a correct estimate of the number going, you are requested to send In your name for sleeping car space at early as possible . A round trip rate of one fare (S14.f5 from Lexington, Winchester, and Mt. Sterling) and correspondingly low rates from all central Kentucky points has been made for the occasion. Tickets will be on sale March 1st, 2nd and Ilrd, good to return March 4th, ."th, Oth, 7th and Sth. Two limited vestibuled trains each way daily. Leave Lexington 12:25 A. M., and Si.'W i. M., arriving at Washington at 0:50 a. m. and !i:40 l M. next day, from three to live hours quicker than via Cincinnati. For scenic beauty the C. & O. has no equal east of the Rocky mounta'ns. George W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, Lexington, Ky. Miss Bertie Enoch, who has been taking a post graduate course In Cincinnati, has been employed to teach Hrst grade of city schools at Fulton, 111. Joe E. Waddle, of this city, and Miss Etta Sloan, daughter of Deacon Harvey Sloan, of Little Britain, were married on the 23th. Mrs. Bernice Bowyers, mother of our good citizen, Mr. Henry Bowyers, died at her home in Grundy, the latter part of last week. Somerset Paragon. Miss Alice Castleman, the young Kentucky beauty, who was crowned queen of the New York charity ball night by John Jacob Alitor, after she had been chosen by him for a partner to open the ball, Is the second daughter of Gen. John Brecklnridgo CastleMiss Castleman Is a stately man. blonde, much above tho average In .height. She has light hair, blue eyes and a wealth of coloring. m Reduced Rates to Washington. entral, making the railroad facilities us good .as any town in the State. Slanford is a thriving town of 2,000 in habitants anil is one of the richest in cash capital of its sire any whero It linn two banks with an aggregate capital of JJW0, 000 and surplus of M 0,000. owned almost exclusively by theieop'e of tho town and county These otocks and the other honrinc bond make $100,000 in dividends distributed annually here This mak h financial matters here always easy and prevents stagnation of trade and business Tho town has what is claimed to bo the best water, light and ice plant. The water i? pure and never failing and is sufficient for a town of 2o,000 inhabitants There are free schools and a Male Seminary and Female College, churches of the various denominations and the community is a decidedly religious one. There is no county in the State where lands are more productive that can be bought as Cheaply. It has every advantage and will prodtico any agricultural product that Fayette, ISourbon, Woodford or tho other central counties, where lauds nre held at J100 to f275 per acre Our lands range it) price Trom tlO to $7o. The roads are splendid, there "being over 100 miles of McAdnmizetl turnpike with iron bridges over streams of importance More than a million of dollars have been ex ponded and the county Is practically out of debt Dix and Green JUver., Hanging Fork, Rush. Fishing. Logan and Cedar Creeks are considerable streams and with their tributaries furnish an abundance of stock Nearly ev water and for mill puqio-c- s. c--y farm has never falling springs The are corn, vheU, rye, hemp, tobac co, oats, barley and every variety of grass that grows naturally or i cultivated while fruits of every variety grown In tho climate are produced in great quantities and of perfect quality. Cattle, mules, hogs, sheep and fine blooded horsSheep es are raised in great numbers can hi made one of the most husbandry profitable industries There are 10 railway station in the county and not a residence further than There are al10 miles from one of them The county buildings so 18 postotlfce jal , such as (he c , are all substantial and In good re pair and but ittlo improvement will be needed for vears Schools and churches abound throughout the county, there be ing 39 of the latter. 1 ho auUltor s report hows that the county has advanced in wealth in the last 10 years from the 2Sth to the 17th in the State and the census shows that its population has increased in numbprs as much as that of Hoyle, liar rard and Madison combined. The elevation is 1,000 feet above the sea level The water drainage is thorough, rendering it free from marsh anil swamp and giving complete inuuuni'y from disorder. The climate is delightful v temperate, free from the vigorous blasts of the North In Winter and from thesultryandparchlnghc.it of the South in Summer. Mineral springs with valuable medici-n- a properties, abound throughout tho county i rab Urcliaru, iv mi es irom wie county seat, is one oi meomesi aim upm Kentucky I in-te- nt DAUGHTERS of the American Revolution who will attend tho annual convention in Washington, D. C, on Washington's birthday should boar In mind that tho Chesapeako & Ohio la the only lino from Lexington and Central Kentucky with through train service to Washington without change. The C. it O. has two limited vestibuled trains each way dally and tho tlmo to and from WashliiL'ton Is several hours quicker In each direction than via any other lino, beside avoiding tho many petty annoyances Incidental to changing cars and depots, etc. Boforo making any arrangement, get a map and time table of tho C. & O. and compare the advantages offered. Low round trip rates will bo made for delegates. For further particulars wrlto or call on George W. Barney, division pass, agent C. it O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. (a. a. PRICE, Surgeon lJentist, GARLAND SINGL12TON Is a randlihle for Supcrlnteiitlenl of Tiihllc Schools of l.lneolii county, suoject to the action of the IkMii-o- t Stanford. Ky. llui'dltu sJWfflE ratio pnrly. J. F. IIOI.DAM Ass.oriif l.lntsdu eoitnl), ject to thuxitloli of tlieileiuutrnllr mrty. Is n candid tie for sub- Oihceover McK'dNTts' lirug Store in Hie' Owley WSt 70 10AN, DM Ml & SAIUi:i. M. CVINS or nni. Monet tulnan on liiinrnvetl cltv iirois-rtductlve farms In siunfonl and I.itictilu ttnitit) at 0tcreeut p.ivnlile sml Vnnually Alvi I II iiiruitn isiiins ior pumic or tsirirniioii oniriai.i or tuianllaus at nvixui Kteculors, Admlnl-trntor- s ahlolutrs Am agent for fourof the lieot lire In- Isn raiitlltlate for Assossorof Llntsdn istuntr surance Coiiipaiik--" doing liiisliiess in Kcutm ky ami tolhoaetltin id the democratic tw: solltll patronage tifpniertv holders In Stanford, supsirt Isimmeslly sdtitttsl llatet Mine us olht r nimptulcs doing lii'lnes luni. SI. Cm WAI.I.UKi: V.VItNUN, Agt. Is a candltUtr for sherlll ot Lincoln cm nt y, suhjet t to theuetloil ofthe tleiiiiHratli party. ISMMttTT 9ICCUR.UACK suh-Jts- om t SHELBY & SHELBY, . M..F. fcl-Kl- N Pniprletors. Is a candidate for Ass.iu.ir of Lincoln romtly. suit. ttt lo the action of lite democratic urtv . LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE It a candidate for Asissivir of Lincoln rotinly, suh UucUin'n Arnica Salt. Ject to the action of the deminrutlo party and In the world fur uiK, linilxi The iKxt tsirnestlj asks yuursuprt Turnouts, pronijit attention, t ore, iiWrs. alt r lieu in, fTer win, let ter, clip-tux- l reasonable rales A sirtltli of your palnni.igvery fs lismK clilHilnlm corns unil all Lln vruitluiiii. nspet t fully lolliiitsl, IS rtiulrtM. Ills It nnlilu'lr curt llc or Biura.itivf to?lTe rfrct satl'lactlon cr money ' cents er Iwx. lor sale ty 11. I'rltv MclluK'its, Druggist. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coniitr, suh-le- ct 1 lilnL-Into the action ot thedemtHrsth party tliewmthcru end of the county It entitled to a Stand at the Head. SHEET slice of the pie, lie asks jour suptt. TIB An;. J Hogd, the lending ilnwlt of Shrore-pnrt- , llcnvery Ij ,!jv "Ilr Klnc'a Newami It Is l tho thelitl only thing Out run niyoii.uli nicrchtnt ot Saf U vllcrlhau'" J K Camiilioll, New DIstiiTer) t funl. Aria.nrltw: "Dr kln' Sole proprietor of Pran's lllark lHamond Itotil for It; It never tall ami is a Mire 1'aliil. all that It rlalimsl I.stlmitos jurnlsliitl for paiullng wtvvl, Is a candidate for Arsorof Llmsilii, sutdrct lo cur6 forrtr.uniitlon, roughs intimitis. I can not metal and Iron roofs Sallsfattlon KUiraiileetl All thesctloii of the tlciiiocralic piny, lie kindly avks say riioiiilli for Its merits " Dr Mn' New IH roofs alntetl with iKiin's lllark I'lainoiid l'alnt )our stipsirt. emery (ur Consumption, loughs and I'oMs Is not warrantetl for years. Dealer In I test Llstirn l'utiips an experiment It his Iwcn tried for a uuarteruf a indDitvanlztsI Iron 1 liters, lia vauicttt and Illatk Hands at the head it nrtrr Iron IUsillugof all kinds. cenrtiry aud f V. trial huttles at W 11 Mrltolwrts iUsipilut. Marc. Uxuf Isaratididatn ftir Mierllt of Llmstlu tsuility, suh Ject to Ihemlion of the demiKrallP "aity. tiis Junction. City, Ky. J OK T. E9IBRV C. G. BAKER l'lrst-Uav- niir J.T.Jones, ISD g W WKS, STANFORD, KV., WILLIAM MOREL. AX SAM it-l- MKNE1EE EUctric Jlitten nsroarioE: de-trl- i ileslrlng Wniist lNttts f.ir idink fenre, All i:iecinc Hitters l a mitllelne I'llted for any wa-olieu the stt and railing or wire (cure ran find what they hut (vrhitps more Ktiicnilly nettltsl ftvllng prevail. hell the liter tt ant at my store near Cedar Creek, nn tho pike laiiRiild exhausted I also Httirpld and kIukkUIi and the need of a Ionic and leading from Crau Orchard lo Stanford pnniiid use of this medicine of- keep on hand a supply of plank for ftnelng AH alleralite Is felt alstilwardt fjtal hlllous fevers kinds of lumber for tuilldlug pcrlt ten nvtrls lon and any artlrleof and shingles. Ml ers.ns No metllilne will act more mrtly In counieraetlns lson this kluuVtau rail on me at my store near (Vslar I am still Agent oml frtflin; the system from the malarial Fall llranrh (Awl aud will li V. ConjIlpaUnil Iililness Creek. i HeKlarlif. Indigestion, keep a supply of all kinds ofOwL m roil tan gv I i?ltl lo Kits irlc liltters. .'nH: and jl no is.-- lottli as jtm aHI at the lowest t'..s.Me prices It r ueh W. W. Withers 1 urtillure at W U. Jlclttdierts lriissnn, tah utlitviiext & htttre . II IllllillNS, I'roprii J i hainberlain's ( ough I have given W T SAUNDllllij. Mana.tr Hemedy a fair lest nml consider it one of lltttilaiiil K s; remedies for croup lliat I very piirv, COAL I fr thr -r, r sdhirroN NOEL SON, best tho have ever found DEALERS ii-i- IN COHL, So d by of the circuit court. Fernandina. Fla. i taig & Rocker. Druggists. One dose has always Corn tl I lay, been siilllcient, although I nso it freely. OrdtrOlnee ami Itssl l.nhiiige. near the ItallhKtd Crttssing, Kpot Stnsl, Any cold my children contract yield I can con- very leadlly to this mediclnH scientiously recommend it for croup ami CManl, Mill Street, lately J 11 lilggins satisfuttion guatautctst. George E. Wolff, clerk colds in children John li I tstiKUAN A (l I tMUM Stanford; Kcmtuolcy. Mr Ward L Sml It, of FrederickMown, OS l.MIT.uVCU 1 AltM.s Mo., w a troubled with chronic diarrlni'ii He had become fully In Lincoln county, Ky , al o per rout, sewl aliHiial for over ao years rhargvsl. Addrrss l.l.tl colli satisthil tluit it was only a question of n Intrntl, Ih IUkiiii 17, KetijttMlHilMliu, W IiliUle, short time until ho would have to give Ky DAV1, Korltlauk appuealloiis ami itiriner iiimrssia up. He had been t routed by some ol the Hon, liiiputreof J N Sauirlvrs, Attorney, Man best physicians in Europe and America, lortl, Ky. but got no permanent relief One day he picked up a newspaper and chaticoti to read an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhu-- Hemedy Ho got a bottle of it, the first dose 1ioIkh1 him and lis continued use cured him For Huatonville, - - - Kentucky. sale by Craig A Hocker, Druggists. iiiI-.1- "II MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVKRl'OOL. BUBDBB 5 (MSTLBMN. MA.NAl.Lll, squill. J. T. STJTTONT, Unclortnlcer, l Commerce .Building, Louisville. Agviils Ihrwtiihout the W. A. TBJBBLBJ, -- court-hous- e, poor-hous- e, ma-'ari- al OF STANIOIII', KY. Will sell at coil two Hiiggles, one cut untler shell s Tim llii&tlea are lolsln evety reeet. If you want a lanraln, eill $230,000103 at once aud soe tlie hills ami gut you a vehicle thsl F&li ap Capital, Peytcn, Attor- - will give you utt.fsrtlon sure KNOSVILLfi. Ingersoll 17,603 80 Sarplas. l S CAUI'KNTKIl. Itopectfully, and Counselors at Uw ()irorallnn, no) n Comniurcl.lI; Insurance aud ireal Estate. lly pruvitlons of Its eturtrr, deisl'ors are I glteu itiNtlal attention Altornejs foi ltors in .National Hanks, fully prulecletl as are dt A the lulstllle A Nashville It. It Co. Norltilk Its shareliulilen Ulng held Individually liahle to It. It. to. and the Ceutral SaviURs Wtwlirn Iheexteiil ofthe amount of their tt k therein at Haul. the par value lliertsif, In addition lo IheBii.Jiint In vested In such sharts. It may ait as euvutor, d uiiiilitiator, Irtutee, Ac , as lully a an Intlltlduil Ten Jerlnit our thanks to lhoe who have entnut-c- l their liuiufM In us, e trutt they ill tsmlinue to do mi, and weuflir as a guarantee for pnuiipl at teiitlun lo same our W years' exrliuis u lnk l aosininitflatiuiit as are consistent Ing ami at with sound hanking. Write for oc of my lints ratilnRur tlimt will great of almut : i ebe von a full DiaccroHS. I have In Cenlril Kentucky for sale J. J. Williams. Mt. Vernon, IlesMence, Oifice on laincaster stnet at W. II cummins, l'reaehtrsvllle, li. W. I.VNi:, ItKtl K.sTtTK Aokst, J. il. Uwsl, J S Owsley, Sr., OBlre wllli JcmiiuUp Journal, Nlcholisvllle, Ky S. II. Shunts, liooch, Wllllaiu J. l..Lali, s J. Lml-ry- , . Cars.mter, A. J. I-- l.tnii, J N. Meiiefe. ! A few months ago Mr Uyron Every, of Ufftrs his serTlcei to th Woods toak. viich, was badly alllictwl and Casey counties hull slock right leg was els ilwavion hand Manager His with rheumatism l. S. C'arinler. swollen the full length, causing him great suffering He was advised to try Chamberlain's Fain Halm The first bottle of it helped him considerably snd the second butt e effected a cure. Tho 25o and 20c sizes are for sale by Craig & Hocker, of lotuiisaiid of West I.lucoln laical Agent. '' D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonville, UsI, Ttry line surrey. first-clas- Ck bTANKOKU, Kentucky. jr'f Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Druggists. i dr, vr. DentlNt, b. pianjnr, LAND FOR SALE. .......jTX HU-ra- hir-gain- s' Stanford, Ky. .ii.,iin'ap rnnrlo In till' Solllll litul liaSHO I will nlltrnt private sale my House and Iit on occupying the Miuare with the Chris been recognized for 65 years The Springs .Main uu tlan ihiircli In .stutiltirtl, Ky, from now until ci Including Hooui iuv acres u If not sold l Manh sih. County land. is now owned and operated as a fore will then jtell t Court daj.nnd l.lddcr on the the Mahout l onti of the hullt, Keeley Cure institution and at tlie same preiul-e- s .said pnip-rt- y epilptsi and lest arrangtsl pnpertles In the time is open for visitors during the Sum-- 1 J HUtllliS, mar nwmllis iillil llllll(lrt!(lS CO II C ill SCUrcIl h.alf. Sianfonl. Ky. j.pl As a ' of health, which is always found place oi pleasure anu recriMuini u m equal to any watering p ace in the coun FOR SALE! ''t EARN MONEY. vaa for giHid The NIOKLXL MAGAZINE wants good reliable agenu to can (subscriptions A orMCtm verv S II Shanks, l'lesltlriil. J II Uwsle), I. ashler. W M llrlght. Teller ltt I rate of cash cojnmiisdnn will be given, ur bicycle pretniuuH if prefetreil. All material iinil fain pie copies fui niKhed free. Apply at once. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF The Nickel! Magazine, ISO Summer Street, Boston, Muss. TVIO!5-A.-VISlK STNH)UI', Ki. Surplus S15.7B0. try After reading this description of Lincoln county and you desite to purchase a farm or town property, cheap and com- - , ' niriauiu, niiw i "a ' tigale the advantages of this county be fore locating Tub R'Ai. Estate Kvciianob, Stanford, Ky J II. Sowdkii, Manager I Town Lots For I Sale. Capital Stcck S100.000. offer for ml? privately four Town Lot in Mdler Addition to Stanford, one on coni-e- r Isj'jan Amine and Itincartcr rtrett, con 3 io?$uf IMJl AMERI- -' tainimj bix Acre. juol barn, crd, cittern andmervants room and mil docked m fruit and ornanient(d tnet; an unimproicd lot adjoininij it, containin'j nearly Tito Acra one fronting Miller drert. containing Four Acres; one on Whitley Avenue of One Acre and taxf The His and One Four-Acr- e Lot can bedi-vid- rd CA'S CROWN-W- M If not nohUtrfore Jiirci h, 1897, comity court day they uill on that day he Mild pub. liclii in front of the court Iwwtt door. Mi:.i. r. uiLLim. kath of II'. 11. Miller. EMx LESS "BIG 4." itnuTU The " I Ive si.nl tion are secured hy u fund ol JAtl.tsKJ statements ot the ttiliillllou oi the Hank are made .And to Ihu Fnltod Mates iocriiiiienl and Its each jtar asMs are eXBiuliltsl at slated time hy government agents, thus securing additional and turfed salcty V SEMl-WKIiKI.' to drixislturs. Iht.ltistltutlon, originally estaldlshttl as the of Stanford In litis, Unit reorganized as thenllonal liuuk ofStaniord In InVJot ami again .Stanford risirganlzetl us the Irst National Hank In i, has hail prattitully an milnlerruiitcd existIs letler supplleil now with ence for M ear. It lacilitles for irausaillng luihlutss promptly and liberally than tver heforu In Its long ami lioiiorahle fiduciaries, Ilrnis cluhhliig arrangement cam r Accoiiuis of ludhlduals, We have made a solicited Courier Journal, nml will ami liiilivltluals with the lltKKLTCKS. send that papt.r and ours for the price limned in all J W lliytlen.Staiifonl, our sulissriliers who will renew ami pay In advance, F 'Held, Lincoln Co , S.'T, Harris, " who will iay In uth.uuo h. II. ltaiighman, " or toall new sulwcrlhers " scut free on J S. Hockir, " lllll, Sample copies of Courier-Journ' V. A. Trihhle. K. U Tanner, McKlnnev offer must he sent lo .1.11. Colller.Crah Orch'di M.J. Miller, MLAcrnon. 'All siilucrlptlons untler this M, I). Llmore, Maulunl. V V WALTON, Minforil COURIER dOURNAL Atteniloii of the pulilic Is rallnl to the fait that Ihlsls the only aiioiial llauk in sjtann.rd In tier Ihu pmi Islons ot tho National Uiink Act dtpositonuresetunsl not only h) tliu capital stock, hut h) the stotkholtlers' llililllt for un aim mil ots of this Institueiual m the slock, so that dt jl INTERIORdOURNAL noa'rt oxjr. yjoab FOR ONLY Twlte-n-weck 1 $2.50. stlal Tl, orrtCKRS. MM N mm mm 0(N) (M0IN1M0IM CM 0M0G0(M0N bVJIS FRANK O.F.A., K. M0M0MM0 J. KEED, Chicago. MS II. 1IACON, Louisville. U.F.A., NMQMONIMIONQN M0N1OIN1M0M10 A St. Louis man tried to kiss a young woman. He failed and was fined J10 Those who attend tho inauguration of A decision of the court in a President McKinley should go to Washand costs. i hesapeake successful similar attemptj will bo ington over tho picturesquotho only line & Ohio Railway, as it is awaited with interest. combining every essential feature of an attractive tourist lonle, namely, varied The C. & O. gives notice that hereaf and beautiful scenery, historic interest and will only be honor-o- J superior trdck and train service Trains ter 2,000 locally and not for through passage nre run by the block system and arc lighted by electricity, heated with steam and to or from Washington. carry tlnough dining cars The clockJOURNAL is a regular work regularity'of its schedule and tho The Stanford perfection of its equipment has made the "peach" in its new dress. Bourbon "F. F. V Limited"' the most famous News. railroad train of America For rates and other information address Negro woman at Bow- O. B. Ryan, G. 1'. A., O. A O. Railway, A Cincinnati, Ohio. ling Green, gavo birth'to trlpletts. mile-books M lien Line to and I'mm Fire Insurance Written on All Class.es of Proper ty in the Uest of Companies. I. S. Hocker, President; J J. Mcllol erls, Cashier; A A. McKinney, Asslsuut Cashier. KING ! TOLEDOAND DETROIT All Points In .Miclilgau. CHICAGO. 'While-Cit- Special" Host 'lerm lua! Station. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tin; Tmiiitl Gentlemen's Clothing 9Iadeto Meahnre IjhJES quietly ascertain, free, whetber an Inyentlpnut protmbly patentable. Communication strictly contltlentlal. Oldest ajreucy for securing patent In America. Wo haro .a Washlmjtpn olHco. Lo. recelra Patents tnkon through liunu pedal notice In tba beautifully Illustrated, largest circulation of any sclentlflo journal, weekly.terraal8.fi0 a jmi i montbs. IliO sixox i'ATCVTaSpecimen copies and UkXB lent (rao. Addreas 80 YKARS CXPIRIENOI. Warner Sleeping BOSTO. Curs. Hutlet Parlor Cars, Waiiier Sleeping Cart, I'rlvat Compartneit Can, l.Kvaui Ouilies and Dining Car. Ue sure y iir tickets read la "IHO KOL'It" I). II. JlAltTIN, E. O. McCOpMICK, A Tkt. Agt. Oen. I'asfeagerlTriille Mgr., CINCINNATI, OHIO. NEW YORK. From the most attractive lines ol samples lo lo found My system of measurement guarantee a Why exiwrlmetit perfect fit In livery department with uiucleurs when you tan lie protected in every particular by leaving jour measurement with mu t 1 am also TRADE MARKS DESIGNS. COPYRIGHTS JtO. Anyone sending a sketch and doacrlptlon mar Agent For th Lexington Steam Laundry. All woik guaraitecd. 8GIENTIFI0 MUNN AMERICAN, ra. JESdE D. WEAKEN. Ml A CO., Hraadway, Mew Yarlu it ! .!' .1 "., &iih ff !; fr sssnsssfSsessBet ku j swu ,XLasft At . r.fc'Vwsavdu.i