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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897021201 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. .nmu-r- -- T wfz m SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV. BRODHGRD Dr. Benton him been on INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1897. RELIGIOUS. MT. VERNON, Is In session. NO. 89 LANCASTER. k x t i it in Circuit court Mr. Stevenson, of Woodford county, of Columbus. Ga., fell dead whllo prayOnly 21 jugs were sold here Monday. bought tho Stedman farm of 200 acres, for u few days. Detective William was here Monday near Bryantsvillo, for S7, J00. W. II. Collyor will soon have his now ing. Ingersoll says ho wont meet Sam to investigate the safe robbery. house completed. Elder James L. Allen spent a few Jones and Sam says: "That's true-h- ere Mr. Will Cross, of Wayne comity, is days hero this week with friends. He Mr. Bonbon DeBord's llttlo boy, or hereafter." hero again taking leases on oil lands. is quite popular in Garrard county. dluil on Tuesday and was Hev. Horiisby is having great succbureb WedTho California Minstrels will give an Col. J. A. ltoyston has again taken burled ut tho Christian cess with his meeting at Campton. entertainment at tho court-hous-e nesday. next charge of tho Buckeye mall line. He is the right man in tho right place. Our teachers, Profs. Chandler and Over 2(53 conversions to date. Win- Monday evening. The Charade Club met with Mrs. W. Elder George W. Gowen will preach Owens, .are preparing very extensively chester Democrat. Tho Hlblo upon which McKinley will J. Sparks Friday evening and with at Hubble next Sunday at 2 o'clock p. for mi Interesting entertulnmont at tho M., if the weather is not too inclement. close of their school, which will bo on Uiko the oath of olllco, will be the gift Mis Maytlo Weber Wednesday. of tho African Mothtxlist church and The home of Mr. Stapp, the accomThe Manhattan Musical Trio will tho lQand lit of thin month. plished leader of the band, was glad- dispense music at Odd Fellows nail llro. A. J. Pike tilled his appoint- will bo gold mounted. ment with Gllead church In Madison ( Tho llres at Canua, In the Island of dened by the arrival of a daughter re- Friday evening, 12th. They come well -v. fill iicuu ;.M.wjj;uiniiuu mill recommended and deserve u good audicounty last Saturday and Sunday, It "-.,'.!.. llfll'.. .... Kami sv,t......l .I....1 .....1 cently. ho could got away quiet has been restored at that point. Tiie rook quarry on the Baker place ence. being tho ilrst tlmo place near town will be opened this Mrs. John Ison and her daughter from homo for some weeks on the ac- r ivo thousand Christians have lied. A Washington preacher took the 111 spring and work pushed forward by died at their homo near Bryantsvillo count of sickness. on last Monday, the former of dropsy Mrs. Ollle lllatt Is very low with orty to arrange an Impromptu farewell Mr. J. I. White. The Pine Hill Coal Co. will build a and the latter of a complication of dipneumonia fever. Mr. J. Thomas reception for Mrs. Cleveland at the Cherry and wlfo have moved to the Al- close of his services last Sunday. This road from Slate tunnel to the coal Holds seases. Both deaths occurred within and put in blnns at once. This firm one hour. They were well connected bright Hotel and will ImmihI thuro for a preacher needs preaching to. Dr. Charles Taylor died at Courtland, will furnish coal to tho railroad. and highly respectable. At the funeral while. M. G. Aldridge, of Marksbury, Judge T. '., Morrow, accompanied on Tuesday there were three corpses In has moved In with uncle Doo and aunt Ala. He was about SO yoars of age and Jane Woodyard. Mlt-- Hertlo Hilton, during his life had been pastor of near- by his estimable wife, arrived Monday the church at the same time, an Infant who has been assisting hor uncle, ly every leading Methodist church in and took rooms at the Miller House. having died In the neighborhood. George T. Maon, of Chicago, is visThomas Chorry, In tho store at this Kentucky. Ho leaves a widow and a Their many friende welcome them here. iting relatives in this city. W. B. Maplace for tho last few months, returned number of grown children. Tho meeting at tho Methodist church Mr. Frank Monday and Miss Fannie son has returned home after an electo her homo at Kowland on lint Monus so continues with considerable interest Tliomason wore married at the resi- tioneering tour day. Miss Hertlo has boon with long unci has rendered herself so pleas- manifested. Mr. Grinstead says that dence of Mr. Andy Gentry Tuesday, Kentucky. He says that everybody ant whllo here that hor many friends straight preaching and bone-s- work Is Elder John Carmlchael olllelating. The promised to support him for clerk of the motto of tho meeting. He Is not happy couple left on tho noon train for the court of npcals, and they would do wow sorry to suo her go. right, as he is one of the bust qualliled Squire Owens, of our town, was sum- trying so much to make new converts Indiana. Crudup& Co. have bought the quar- men in the State for that olllce. Capt. moned to Copper Creek hut Saturday ih to convert the old converts. A private note from Hev. Win. It. ries at MeuhlervlUo and Orlando. They F. J. White, the veteran typographer, to hold an IiKpiust over tho body of Anman whose death Lloyd confirms tho roiort that ho has will begin work in the spring and also I on the sick list. derson Parker, tho Tuesday's Intkuiok .IoUKNAL gave accepted the Itlchmond pastorate. His at Langford. The Ileum caml quarry William Siencor, colored, who was e a short sketch of this week. Sam Par- many friends hero will be glad to hear on tho K. C. will also be in operation sent to the for .100 days for selling liquor unlawfully, wa taken out ker catno from Yollow Crook, In Holl that he will he close enough to run over soon. The last meeting of the college liter- on a writ of habeas eorpus on Wednescounty, to this county about live or six and preach for them occasionally. d ary society was very interesting. The day and his trial wa deferred to 10 years ago. Ho had no children by his When he wrote his meeting at had resulted In X additions. subject, Education vs. Money was ably o'clock wife, she Iwlng iiUmt 1.1 years old when (Thursday). Ills attorFrancis Murphy iprosos his gratl-- t handled by Messrs. Tyroo Gentry, Jack neys claim that the ordinances of this he married her and Is now about 7ft. It ule to tho precis. He doubtless rcal-Ix- o Ping, Win. Henderson and Edgar Al- town aro void, because they were passIs talked that he married her for her that without it help the Hold of bright. Education won the favorable ed before the adoption of the new conmoney, which was considerable. Tho said to bo his hlumclf and other evangelists would be decision of the judges. boy that killed him was stitution, regulating llfth-ola- s cities. Boss Parkor, who killed his father, The procedure is causing considerable son by bis eoneublne, Sallle Massle, very much restricted. Without news-pajadvertising the Moodys, Sam is in jail. The court fined Win. Cly-tn- comment and It is believed that the and who had been living with him for been a Joneses and Murphy. would ho comparIt) or "0 years. Parkor lm $100 for shooting into a passenger evil doors should be punished whether drinking man over slneo ho oamu to atively little known. HostonTraveler. train. Steve Prewitt was lined 100 in we have a town ordinance or not. Techd When asked for an expression on the two old whisky cases; Smith Ping $.10 nicalities will avail nothing before tho this county. Tho jwoplo of that ball, Dr.Talmagosald: each in two cases. Win. Hyslnger, higher court. think well of Mrs. nr.idloy-Miirtl- n seem to She is connected with the "My theory is that it Is well to give to tried on concealed woajton cases, was Parker. Your corrcs'Kmdcnt has heard so lent people In Hell county, her neph- the poor and the needy. There aro two dismissed. Dameron's trial is set for much of tho money question these ew Wing tho present county judge of w.iys to do It -- ono directly and tho Monday. hard times that he desires to ask those We were pleased to hear of the In- who are better posted than ho is: What that county. The court found two large other by scattering tho wealth. I think Colts 14 and 1.1 and ono '13 revolver, that when an entertainment thut will structions given by Judge Morrow to is money V Is it a creature of the law ? two double barrel shot guns and ono scatter $100,000 is given, tho man who the grand jury in regard to the jug The student will answer "No." to the Winchester and said that the Massle can not see that i'.tO.OOd of it will reach trade. Ho thinks it can be reached and last query. Ifthenitis not a creature woman carried a revolver buckled tho H)or needs a new wir of spectacles. wo believe It will. It is disgracing our of law, It must have an intrinsic or an I am in favor of these great entertaintown and dragging Into its snares tho extrinsic value. If an intrinsic value, around her all the lime. In our town ments. I am not talking now from a young men who should be thehoje and then it passes on its faco value. If an Wo see some bills jostod prldo of our county. Tho county judge oxtrlnsic value, then the real estate of notifying tho republicans that they moral standpoint." Hev. It. H. Mahony, who preached at also should discountenance this work. the Nation Is liable for the ultimate rebo oxootod to vote on the 20th of will Mrs. Will Smith was chosen presi- demption of the money. Lot the taxre'torts tho March to elect candidates to bo voted NowKrt last Sunday, for at the coming November election, church In a line condition. Ho says dent by the aid society recently. Mr. payer decide which he will take. Of in which they say, that in time past It that Bro. Slzomoro captured tho peo- Hlgglns Kennedy has accepted a posi- course he will say that it should have bus been tho practice of democrats In ple by his sermons and visit there two tion In Texas. Judgo and Mrs. G. W. an intrinsic value to make It circulate, this county to attempt to dominate re- weeks ago and they are jubilant at the McCluro gave a dinner party to a uum-b- and thereby relievo his property from of friends last Wednesday. Miss tho burden of redemption. This state publican primaries, &o and that no prospects of getting him as pastor. The pledge to supjKjrt tho nominee on the membership there is 510. Every mem- Sallle Adams returned home last Sat- ment is clear and is suggested to bring urday. Mr. S. II. Martin is foreman of about an agreement between the two part of democrats will lw taken, nor ber of the Haptist church here is requested to be present at tho tho grand jury. The whisky men aro wings of tho tlemocratlcJJiKirty. Let will they allow any man who utliliatcd s. with tho free silver party to voto In services Sunday morning. By request receiving a shock from the rigid exam-- . the two metals then go for their A largo number of indict- - ie value, as horses and cattle go, and election. Now wo wish to say of the pators of tho other churches, their that wo think that the two last sen- there will be a union meeting nt the ments will he returned. Judge Stout'' there will be no moroj trouble. The tences might have been omitted, for Baptist church Sunday night In com- Is at his post. Mr. Hugh Cooper, of stamp of the government can no more surely no free silver democrat In this memoration of Bro. Slzemore's work Lebanon, is attending court. Mrj. j make a dollar than It can make a horse county could think so llttlo of himself here. He was called to tho pastorate Cleo Drown and others will probably or a cow out of a mule. and of his principles as to attempt to or the church in October, ISM, since go to Lexington to hear Nordlca. pire at Carlisle destroyed J. F vote for a gold otandard republican in a which time he ha worked zealously, Firth's hardware store, K. A. Poyn- never tiring in the Master's cause. The President-elec- t McKinley will go primary election, or oven In the Noter's photo establishment and the St. vember election. And now as they church has prospered under his care from Canton to Washington in a re- Cloud Hotel adjoining, entailing a loss 1 want to ask during the ft I years that uud'nuxt Sunmarkable car. It is a private car withhave made this request, of 525,000, with no insurance, save every democrat In thNi'ounty who loves day, having Increased in membership out a name, save that it is known all on tho hardware store building, his principles to assist In teaching 210, making tho total mcniorshlp .Til). over tho Panhandle system as "Xo, owned by II. F. Adair. Five hundred Is 4.1 years old, nov-e- r :tb." Tho walls of It aro of white oak, these republicans that it is unneeosxury The church, which had a pastor who was more univer- planked solid instead of the usual stud- dollars in cash belonging to Mrs. Poyn-te- r for them to go to tho expoiit-- of writ, was also consumed in the Haines. ing a circular asking them not to voto sally loved by the member. and public ding. If It should roll down an em fill It.. -- i Bro. Slzemore's pastor- bankment the sides would not break,! .'.'". .1. u,w,,u1,Im , for republicans. Yes, we'll let them genorally. e.xingion i tsuier, uo ass.gt.cu u s know that wo are above such acts as ate Is also next to the longest of any and It would resist almost any kind of nn uuu"'u' IU " ' "w "" - s'n " previous pastor, and there Is a genuine shook In a collision. The top is a clouthat. tillery property uuil thoroughbred and general regret that he Is to leave 1.., .. .,...v .. . .. .if flt...,l. .....1 ttm ...--.w fn.n..Wnrlr w ..VV.T .,..-- . ... At tho request of a juror, Circuit us. The Newport church has chosen is thoroughly cushioned. The lloor Is horses. She then organized a stock Judge W. E. Settle, of Howling Green, wisely and well. Ho was only .'10 years four thicknesses of heavy white oak. company with a capital of JJliOO.OOO and has submitted an uuolllclal opinion to old when ho took charge of the church Tho entire car is a huge indestructible made her husband president. Mountaineers in Polk county, Ark., the effect that "under tho laws of Ken- hero and is now about .'LI. He is a splen- box. The chief luxury of tho interior tucky, whllo a man may wollop his own did mixer, an excellent sjienkor and a is tho perfect arrangement of every object to tho employment of Italian hi -jackass, ho dare not wallop his wife or very projtossosslng gentlemen. There thing pertaining to human comfort. It !.- , " Ik .lllltll.l,lt.kH.I " " II , till II HMlf " -- ""- "" " his hands upon her In anger., ' has been raised for all purposes during has an oven lay ; log fireplace uml "" Iho Italian were brought exchange tolls of a man who paid his pastorate $7,."00 by this church. He two palatial An apartments with Jh his subscription In advance and recov- has added to other churches in that brass bedsteads in each and a bath iu because the mountaineers drove off ro0d ered from asovere case of chronic rheu- time 29S members In protracted meet- opening from each chamber. There Is th" h'f ullloyed Lebunon. Int., Vh matism. Suppose you try tho remedy. ings that he has held and done incalcu- a magnificent silver service and a large of the county in ready to do our part to lable good everywhere he has been. He collection of rare " We aro always Tri-' . which she lives for !.,000 damages, help our suffering friends. is a Mason, Odd Fellow, Knight of Py, charging that by the olllcer's negli v Gcorgo W. Shanklln, tho veteran thias, K. O. T. M. and a mighty good K. B. McConnell, president of tho genco her husband was allowed to com-- . Evansvllle journalist, died in Wash- man to have around. Bis excellent was under arrest.' ington, at the homo of his brother-in-lawlfo and amiable sister, Miss Octavla, Merehantd' National Bank, of Ocala, mit suicide while he Annottu Paula, a French bicyclist, after a long and who are splendid musicians, will be Fla., which failed Jan. 14, was arrested Justice Harlan, distressing Illness. At his request IiIh valuable acquisitions to tho Nowport charged with embezzling $80,000 of the ' now rides hor wheel head downward along a ceiling 7.") feet above tho lloor remains were cremated. ohurch. Tho public is especially invi- bank's funds. of a theatre, after the manner of tho Mrs. Laura Dowdon, Tho railroad rate to Washington on ted to attend tho services at tho Bapwill bo tist church Sunday morning and night. for Major Glutei, tho cigarette man of! "human lly," A net below protects account of tho inauguration By all Richmond, Va., has sued him for $2.",- - her from serious accident. ono faro for tho round-triTho entire accumulation of 7.10,000 0J0 damages, charging defamation of After all, the Kansas Legislature has tho C. & O., tho quickmeans go by graciously condescended to allow wompieces of print cloths was character. est, best and most picturesque. Mrs. Jcnnio Lilly, who is said to have en to continue wearing bloomers and Of tho 82:1 old lino Insuranco compa- sold at Fall rlvor to tho American nies that have been chartered in tho Printing Company. This relieves tho $'2."),000 which she recently drew in a corsets, though not many of them wear U. S., 774 have gone tojtho wall since dry goods market of an Incubus that lottery, is suing her penniless husband the hitter. Tho machinery department of the for divorce ut Lexington, charging 1SSI. Of tho 41 chartered In Kentucky, has hung over it for many months. Louisville, Lwuibvillo and St. Louis Spencer Hardin Page, a wealthy in oxlstence. only ono is Tho boiler under tho county jail at rallroKtl shops ut L'unceton, Ind., was There Is a Jilllin the Minnesota Leg- Christian county farmer, left his entire "Dan- estate to a woman with whom ho had Frankfort, lot go uml J. C. Hqgers, Dr. completely t leu troy ed by lire. The loss islature requiring that tho word gerous !" be placed on tho doors of sa- been living, leaving nothing to his le- Alvln Duvall, Capt. Lent Hill and Dep- v, ill rouoii $2jJ,j.Ai. On his death bvd Dr. John B. Gun ell gitimate children. uty Jailor Jay Robinson were badly loons. of Parkeishurg, V Va., confessed to Tho Pennsylvania Legislature is ask- hurt. Stanton, u daughter Miss Florence ed to consider a bill for removing tho Bourbon has bIx tux payers assessed tho murder of his neitjnbor, Alexunder of Major Honry T. Stanton, was Campbell, ncntlj luj ears ago. Stato capital to Philadelphia. on over $100,000 of property. shot and painfully wounded. d, I tho slok list Tho Hev. Prod J. Kstos, a preacher p fL?jjfl "We havo added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock of General Merchnndiso and aro now prepared to Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thins you want from an everyday, Our stock of 4-- please suit to n wedding outfit. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ohinawaro, Glnesware, Qiicen.swarc, &c, was never more coinp'ete. HARRIS m & HARDIN, -- 1 !(!i ; Faffs Branch Coaf, WarcnowSoIe AgenLs for the celebrated Falls Bnnch Coal and can furnish any other coal desired. Will s I Take Farm ljj frVi LI J through-South-easte- rn In exclmnge for coal. Call and see us before buying. Products We will Save : a t iou .Monev. 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN J. & CO. H. m T. W work-hous- I? REAL ESTATE EXCHANG U SOWDER, MNAtitK. Itlcii-mon- INTERIOR JOURNAL BUILDING: PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. l'nrm No. 1, Situated In Lincoln county, Kv., near llx ltive, (Miitalniug 211) acre, wltli a line, larRB lirlck rfwrlllux, two cod Uirm, all iieeeviary omlmlMiutri, all under K1""! frneu; tine orchard of nlout treei mndu I'miii a (.ireful and rtid"nt flection ofaccliiiuted nriullt. TliUfarm In a high state of cultivation uml v, 111 produce In quality and quantity tliat of any farm in Lincoln county. Trice SJ0 jx;r acre; terms cajr. 1 to-da- y er nolgh-Iwrhoo- No. 2. Stunted In Lincoln county, Ky , well lmirocd all under fence, ol tlmli r, "." acre of rlrer well watered, fine Uittoiu, in line condition for any kind unarming Price. Sit jior ncre, iirvdnct cash In hand, balance in 1 and 'J year.. lly one-thir- d No. a. Contalm ISO erca. Root Improvement excellent water, tine apple orchard, nice location very productive, aliout 3 miles from Stanturd. Trice W.WJO. 1)5 No. 4. Situated in Lincoln county and contains acre, all of wlilch U line, productive riter out- lorn wun tpientim improtemouui, all under got fence plenty of never fallini: water ami will pro duce tine hemp, tobacco and corn. Trice U,00; terms nasy. No. ,1. Situated Jut oufddoof city limits on a (plendid turnpike and lielween town and 'plendld dw Milne:, turn and all necessary outbuild-Injrample water for !otli domestic and stock s. '1 Ids Linn is all under good fence and inn hiRh state of cultivation, in fact Its producing qualities aru first class and second to none in tho county; In addition to this It Is contiguous to the city, which Is a blessing in the way of Mng close to the tine educational and religious facilities. Trice ), half cash, balance in 1 and 2 years. No. 7 Near Crab Orehanl, containing 135 acres, well Improved In every urticular and nicely located Trice SIC per acre; terms liberal. No. 2S. Contains 400 acres, line brick dwelling with S rooms, splendid barn and all volumes of never falling water together with a soil that will she satisfaction in the yielding of any kind of larm products. Situated on good pike, close to school and church. Trice SIS jcr acre; easy terms 32. More house two stories high, new stock of general merchandise, which will Invoice 2.30"; three dwellings with good stable, ware, and buggy house and all necessary outbuildings with splendid wells ami cisterns to each dwelling; the total amount of land upon which the buildings staid is two acres. Cost of building the storo house a d three dwellii gs was 8'HWO and the land $1,000. The present price for all the b ve proiierty 45,000. toll-gats, pur-Ke510,-OXtwo-stor- y M Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Fur- nislied, Rents Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. MmSfiB'm Ij Best Work, Lowest Prices, lj i.-iir o .... i .ii.-- . . . i ... . , , . ,". ,.TJ- ,- iT ....nS.OtZJ JVJ, er 5 Prompt Deliveries. PRESCRIPTION We of And intriu-Ination- Si k m m I'J U fit M i Give us m m j PHARMACY. I I solicit a share your patronage. a call DRUGS & TOILET ARTICLES 1 Infant and Invalid Foods. Fresh stock always on hand m M .."l,-0- 00 o A 1 - Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each ?10's Worth of Goods. We have just opened a largu and comprehensive stock of GIVEN mmmBs : I1K10-- A W. S. Mo ROBERTS. AWAY Side-Hoar- I II I "s,; Furniture, Wail Paper, Carpets, BKAO, AC. n The lad es are especially invited to see our new lino of Dining Tables, Rockers, Enameled Ileds. Easier, Pictures, &c Picture Frames m ule to order Work and price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches. Mirrors and Window Shades v bed-roo- m """ ? "" - J. A. BEAZLEY 2teMfcm-3ifc-s & CO. Lancaster, Ky. m I ' M' "m,' UnDGKCAKinG BY Chlna.-Chicago- i ' I J. 3 VA I C. M'CLARY, n j Ta jttx tii-Lii;t- 4.i im- -: a i-- a Funeral Director. I m in t;.r, in tui Auiuainmruna i p. ftfi KM ro gy l Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, Buggy- - Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se ri-wyif- ii non-suppo- rt. SOUTH. HOLDING RECOMMENOED COUNTRY. BY FINE POSITIONS. MEN OF THE LEADING BUSINESS MENTION COUHSK WANTMD. acct-dent- ly S ffleamifrfS'ltitiieJtfe " 'f-'- 3SC 1. i" UJ 1. Charley Woller, who was killed in a Told. A MLL has been presented In the Kanwreck near Mobile, Ala., a few days sas Legislature to prevent railroad emhanged at Char-lott- ago, used to fire on this division of tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ployees from flirting with tho female Monroe Johnson was L. it N. and for several years lived at for burglary. N. passengers. The etiort musi 00 in uu-- ThomasC, Hunrv. of Bowling Green, Rowland. who pass through j half of the ladies, Ten shares of tho Citizens National bed and broke his neck. Surely no ono would be O., fell out of Ky., Fehi 12, 1S97 the State. woman drowned Bank of Lolmnon, were sold, R. Y. Stanford. A Corning, N. Y., foolish onouirh to oven want to filrt buying five at S123. Tho otlior her baby because she had no food for with a native Kansas female. five were purchased by Rev. T. A. W. P. WALTON. John Pollock was killed by the burst- - Bracken at $127. IN response to Mr. Wuttorson's . .. tilts ill 1. .. 11. ..... .... f Gov. Bradlev refused to pardon Fin "Specimen Brick" editorial, In which ing 01 mill uuuui uu" i,.v diiiMr tii. ilitiiiiit'Mtii - Statu con State. , . . ...J ......, w. IP G rover Cleveland had done noth- he took Editor G. K. Keller's Carllslo At Covington, lenn., a ioious mui u tm, oonimjttoeman, convicted of curry ing during his presidential term but Mercury as a text, that gentleman lomiuy u.iis iu Ing concealed deadly weapons and us kicked fight all kinds of pension abuses, he shows that ho is a hand and a half with ing the same at Lebanon. very pointedly tells death. would for that alone be entitled to the a pen himself and Only 15 delegates are In attendance convict Dave McClain, a four-yeall parties. some unpleasant truths to tho great edplaudits of the people of upon the A. 1. A. Stato convention at sent up from Rockcastle county for He has succeeded in greatly reducing itor. Paducah. manslaughter, was found dead In his tho navments on account of pensions It has been settfvd that the cell in the penitentiary. Heart failure POLITICS. and in showing up abuses that disgust light will take place at was assigned as the ciuwo of Ills death. those who have to foot the bills. The A woman has been elected chaplain Carson City. The directors of tho Lexington and time serving Congress continues to of tho Idaho Legislature. Mrs. Charles Watson, of Newport, Danville turnpike, In which tho Stato help tho sharks by passing bills of a The Montana Legislature voted 42 to poured coal oil on tho fire. She died a owns an interest, have offered to sell doubtful character, but Mr. Cleveland 27 against woman suffrage. few hours later. to Garrard county at $2,000 a mile that venever dodges the responsibility of It is said that II. Clay Evans feels Six or seven eases of scarlet fever In part of the road lying In Garrard coun- two toing them. This week he vetoed confident that ho will be given a cabi- Versailles caused the city and private bills to put widows who had remarried net portfolio. schools to close. Tho stockholders of the Southern on tho pension rolls again, which is March l) is now believed to bo the Tho missing wife and children of J. Building and Loan Association of against the spirit of the pension laws, dato Gov. Bradley will select for the W. Settle, of Bowling Green, were Knoxville, of whom there arc about but they were promptly passed over his extra session. found in Louisville. will hold a meeting at Knoxville, veto. When the republicans have William II. McKee, of Lawrence-burWilliam Wallace, a Henderson tin- March 4, to tn leavor to secure a plan way, tho pension everything their own has announced his candidacy for ner, drank an ounce of laudanum and of voluntary liquidation. and other ubuses will have full sway, representative. died in a few minutes. A dispatch from Middlesboro says: and extravagance will run riot, till It Is stated that tho Mexican mission William Jackson, of Pittsburg, Pa., Rjv. C. E. Powell will take chargo of indemocratic principles will bo called has already been laid aside for Powell died from the loss of blood caused by tho Christian church of this place to action agahibyadisgusted people. Clayton, of Arkansas. having several teeth pulled. about April 1. Rev. W. A. Borum has law resigned the pastorate of tho Baptist It Is reported that McKinley is revisEncouraged by the prize-figwant everyThe republicans, who thing in sight, are biling hot with tho ing his cabinet list, and that Sherman lottery men will try to get a bill church here and he and Mrs. Borum throuh Nevada's Legislature. president for cutting off nine of tho and Alger will be left out. will enter the evangelistic held. Postmaster General Wilson will beW. I. Mordls hied suit for damages pension agencies in the country. As a Madison Lodge, I. O. O. F., of Richand Lee at Fulton against 14 farmers, charging number of these agencies are filled by come president of Washington mond, has contributed $800 to tho WiVa. that they attempted to hang him. men who do little but draw their salar- University, Lexington, dow's and Orphan's fund, for the erecP. Wat Hardin expresses the opinion boy of 15 killed Ell tion of a home to bo located In some d saving to tho governA ies and as tho Judge Pierce with an axe at Blocton, Ala., ment annually will bo $150,000 or more, that Gov. Bradley will appoint Kentucky town. A vote was taken nnd T. Z. Morrow United States Senator. because the latter was teasing him. every honest man will commend the fie Richmond lodge will use its 1 Gov. Black, of New York, has signed Andrew Wilson, Preston Hall and president's action. Tho republicans lonce to have the homo at Lexington. the bill appropriating $12,000 for an ex Henry Brown, with their horses, met will find a way though to tho agencies dropped, if the oillces are hibit at tho Tennessee Centennial Ex- death under tho ice in Big Sandy river. FARM AND TRADE, position. Lee McGiilT. aged nine, accidentally needed to go around. Corn is selling at $1.40 in Clark connMrs. Marllla M. Bicker, of New shot himself through the head at Lex- The Covington Commonwealth as us- Hampshire, wants to bo the next uni- tnrrtnn im1 iIIimI within a few minutes, tv. ual is right, when it says tho court at ted States Minister to Columbia, in Defaulting Bank Teller McFarland ' Murgarotte, 2:15, brought $2,700 at Lebanon had almost as well have let South America. is under arrest at Parkersburg, W. Lexington. tho mob hang tho Negro Black as to The statement is made that Presi- Va. Ills shorttago amounts to $411,000. I' Wanted. Grass for 75 sheep. John forced into such undue haste dent Cleveland will take a trip around clerk killed Lynn, Jr., Stanford. have been A Pensacola by it. Speedy justico is always tho best the world immediately after the inau- himself because detected In writing E. P. Fuulconer will have a jaek sale for tho law, except when a mob stands guration of his successor. to a married woman, ft Danville on the 25th. Improper letters . t.1 1) lltl.n.i Ivnttivlit flf vnrtmltf lull ........nlulnn inritfil,flllt., ,.... .,....-by and directs the action of the court. Mrs. Rebecca Mitchell, president of uiniiuji uv.uh..i,i ..... A prominent tuuiim!'iu of the Jaw were ob- tho Idaho Woman's Christian Temper- was shot dead by his wife at Cleveland, ties a lot of butcher stuff at 2c. Not even the forms v. II. Wearen sold to Eld. J. T served In the case mentioned and such ance Union, has been elected chaplain as the result of a long scries of quar- arc but admissions of the rights of the State Legislature. trials Sharrard a family horse for $50. rels. Two masked men held up a Santa Foj j. n. Baughman sold to Dick Gen of mobs. by- - Congress the As officially stated Nelson, Arizona, anu ono 01 trJ of nn ,l,ed mule for $00, preliminaries having been voto was: For President, McKinley, train near All. the -. .limit. sold at Ono hundred-iwun- d 271: Bryan, 170. For Vice President, them trim shot dead by the express metgone through with McKinley and senger. $3.75 at a recent sale In Clark county. Hobart, 271; Sewall, 14!); Watson, 27. have at last been declared elected Frank Willis, of Brooklyn, Is wnnted Lynn bought of Geo. Jones Woods The Stato board of equalization or president and vice president of the for throwing boiling water on his wife 74 ewes with lambs thrown In for $105. United States. Tho joint session of ganized at Frankfort with W. A. Bul- when she refused to get up and cook R. II. Bronaugh refused 3.00 for his Congress Wednesday performed the lock, of Bowling Green, as chairman. d steers here Monbunch of London, is his breakfust. Ed Parker, of last act prior to the inauguration. Brytwo weeks pneumonia has day. Within an carried ono more State than McKin- tho member from this district. Matchless, tho premium Hackney William and Allen L. Rawlins, c democrat, has carried off James, of John ley, getting the whole of the voto Keith, three robust brothers, of Tilton. stallion, brought $12,000 at public auc22 to his competitor's 21. California been elected to succeed Senator Cantion. Mason county. and Kentucky divided their electoral non, of Utah. Ho is a native of Salt Northern seed oats, clover, timothy An Indianapolis pensioner has reLake City and represented the territoseed at B. K. Wearen votes. $158 to Uncle Sara saying that and ry in Congress in 1802. He is a lawyer, turned his health Is good and he does not need .t Son's. The Louisville Post makes a good 47 years of age and a Gentile. Covington, Arnold & Co., sold 000 a pension longer. suggestion that might be heeded with The Senate by a vote of 57 to 1, shot him- barrels of corn at $1.25. Richmond At Lebanon, Ind.,ayouth profit. It Is that until the State can of Louisiana,) passed over the pres- Puntngraph. necessary for the president's voto the bill for a new di- self to death in his sweetheart's raise the 8100,000 Tom Bowling, the celebrated race told him she could not erection of tho houses of reform an ar- vision of tho Eastern judicial district ence when she horse, died on McGrath's farm in Fayrangement be made with the city of of Texas. The bill, therefore, is now a go driving with him. Supe- ette, aged 27. Harold Jerkin, of Louisville to use her bchools of reform law, having passed the House over the M. S. Baughman is draining tho low rior, Wis., fell and bit his tongue. Docsomefor juvenile criminals. Unless veto. from bleeding and lands of his farm with tiling. Ho has stop it thing is done to raise the money it will Senator Jones, of Arkansas, late tors failed to already used about 5,000 feet. long time before Kentucky has re- chairman of tho Democratic National he died in a few hours. bo a George Woods wfid two steers to S. county. Mrs. Peter Bright In Carroll formatories of her own. committee, says that no obstructive 10 T. Harris for $07.50 and to Lyon X Alwith paralysis, and In tactics against a republican tariff meas- was stricken Col. Fokkestkk, of tho Frankfort ure will be used. To the victor belongs minutes was dead. Her husband had len a yoke of cattle for $108. yearling For Sale. 52 nice, long Capital, is a head liner trom away back. full sway, ho thinks, as well us the died two weeks before. brought by Floyd bteers. Will weigh alKiut 700 pounds. page is taken Fully a third of his first A suit has been spoils. sheriff, F. F. Martin, R. II. Bronuugh, Crab Orchard. up with scare heads, which do not seem says county against its A dispatch from Nlcholasvlllo O. P. Huffman bought of J. II. payment of uncollected necessary in a weekly. The colonel Rev. P. A. Nichols, of that city, is a to force the Baughman a few hogs at 2!c and of W. has been on a daily so long, however, candidate for consul to Liberia under taxes, amounting to $12,000. that he can't get out of the bad habit of the McKinley administration. Ho is a James Cockram, a respected and mar- II. Orr some butcher stuff at 2e. A lamb with two jwrfoot heads was of Montgomery county, was wasting space, instead of filling it up leading minister in the African Meth- ried citizen at a woman's house by dropped on G. C. Glvens' farm Tuesreadable matter. with odist church and took an active part in shot and killed Bury Haywood, a young Tennessecan, day, but It died shortly afterwards. The lato C. F. Clay, Jr., of Bourbon, tho lato campaign. Ben Konney has severed his connecThe Indiana Seriate defeated the bill Of course the garrulous Senator arises from tho dead long enough to and a bill tion with Marcus Daily and will run a for an intermediate prison, say that the silver fusion is ludicrous. Palmer, of Illinois, who goes out in a will be introduced to make a reforma- training stable of his own at Lexington, Perhaps, but it is more ludicrous to sco few weeks "unhonorcd and unsung," is tory of tho Stato prison at Jefferson- Emma Offuft 2:11 brought $3,025 at tho old corpse try to resurrect itself at in favor of confirming every bolter vlllo. auction at Lexington. She was the tho expense of the party he hetped to from tho democratic party that Mr. John and Reuben Taylor and Will prido of G. fc C. P. Cecil's stables last wreck. Kequiescat in pace, old fel- Cleveland chooses to nominate for Curswell quarreled at Bristol, Tenn., V Oil I low: the democratic party doesn't need office. Cincinnati Enquirer. over the ownership of a match. A fight Josh Jones sold to nn Oregon, Mo., jack for $200 and The Tennessee House passed tho followed in which all of them were ser- party a you or your advice in tho future. election bill, approved by tho silver iously wounded. S.Johnttjn a short horn buil for taD. We have one consolation any way, caucus, taking all tho election machinThe naval squadron encountered se- 822.50. and that is that if the prophecy of tho ery of tho State out of the hands of the Thc Glasgow Times claims that tho vere weather In making the voyage Battle Creek, Mich., man proves true, sheriffs and putting It In the hands of Hampton Roads to Charleston. poultry business alono is worth from from the McKinley administration will last election commissioners in each county, The fleet weathered the gale, but six $50,000 to $200,000 a year to Barren days. The world will come to be appointed by tho governor. only three county. p seamen were washed off tho to an end on tho 7th, says tho latest diGambonlto, 2:191, property of the were lost. Ono Circuit Judge Jno. E. Cooper, a Maine, three of whom viner of future events. who is a candideto for re- man was crushed to death in the cruis- lato William Rue, only brought $500 at a lot coon fatally in- Lexington. Ho will bo sent to Vienna, "It Is time for democrats to get to- election, went Bath hunting with other er Marlblchead, another wasbadly hurt Austria. the gether," wails Editor Knott, when he of the boys indogs county tho judge jured and six others were so J. R. Johnbon & Co., bought at the S. treed and that several may lose limbs. has helped to get night. Tho sees what a mess he E. Shollenberger sale at Camden, O., votes by us into. True, very true, and but for gained one coon and several 11 high-clas- s Poland China hogs at a IN THIS VICINITY. certain marplots they would always climbing the tree and shaking out the cost of 81,000, 12fcmalesand ono male. game. have stood together. Georgetown Times. A coal oil war at Richmond has The republicans of Wayne nominahnnds is the Eighteen und pafollowing candidates for county brought tho price down to 4c per gal ted the THE Louisville Star, the silver height of a horse owned at Plymouth, . tho Truth, of tho offices Monday: John W. Tuttle, for lon. per, has absorbed vr..,. irnttin i?tr.l1a. tho Ndlto woman who lUO. Tho UUIBU is DUIU to bo the larg- UUUIl, I '"""I Bamo city. Suppose after the Dispatch judge; J. A. Brown, county attorney; deserted her baby at Danville, was ar- - tMt wesJt of thc Mississippi river, H. C. Kennedy, county clerk; W. C. is established it absorbs the Courier-Journhave been ! Yet stranger things have Rogers, circuit clork; T. J. Marcum, rested at Nicholasvllle.tli.. ITnncr. bill .. J u, ijaUghmanr. & Co. ...! .ttffllU tft ... .. . . ... oa,i.1 mt - r. ntltml iiuiihhoiui vv. UHIUI J.I10 ooiiuwj j....- eUIIlJ)eilCll IU K" jailer; Sherman sheriff; Squlro Eller, happened. pension of $30 a month to the ,,orn nn(i tnev ,f0t tn two car loads this Powers, representative, and Dr. J. F. L'ivlntr a Tlj0 fttrmora hcn. aro Elector Sam Kash, who headed the Young, superintendent. widow of Col. Silas Adams. week llt ticket In this State, wants a foreign A number of Marion county citizens i,0Hii,,jj for higher prices. Judge Cooper attacked B. F. Day at mission for his services. By tho way, Owingsville, who Is running against Imvn. been indicted for giving in their At Wnndnnl & Shanklin' s snlo at what over became of that suit a too him for tho democratic nomination for property lncorrccuy u wu uoounaur. Lexington, G. & C. P. Cecil's Lottio trusting female brought against him ? circuit judge, when tho following took Frank P. James, wlio was ueieaieu in Loraine, 2:00 pacing, brought $2,000. thn, tirimarv for sheriff, was elected Don Piza, a full brother, with a record Clarence Woods, of the Richmond place: "Day, I understand that you cashier of the Mercer National Bank. of 2:l7i, sold for.$900. Vispaula, 2:14, Climax, seems to bo stuck on "Apt Al- have been saying that I promised not Russell Hawkins, father brought $1,000. literation's Artful Aid," but as he says to make tho race for circuit judge this Dr. James G. J. and Roy White sold tholt W. B. Hawkins, formerly of this ho does not do it at the expenso of time." Judge Day replied: "I have of hog at 3c. It was a monster, said just that thing." Judge Cooper county, died at his homo near Franktruth, wo shall let it pass. though 100 pounds smaller than their then said: "It is a lie; I made no such fort on tho 1st. Instead of letting her get It, James last year's porker. Jonah Wagers, of News comes from Middlesboro that promise." Day responded: "I can not d of tho Watts Stool Plant will open up by afford to engagejin a personal difficulty Long, of Mayfield, took 10 grains of Wagcrsvllle, purchased one Is probably an April here on the street, but, understand, I morphine, when his wife brought suit hogs and cattle In Estill for which ho April 1st. This paid, hogs, 82.80, cattle $2.50. Climax. for divorce, and died am afraid of no man that lives. " fool. News Briefly o, fPJfklTP Hri TBI 1M: 4FWWQ O LJ.JJLJLJ JU JttLVj JL 3) -- About wlmt the- - Mc-Elr- oy I i i I 1 . noni-iltn. 1 bonlsiMlle lOc. A 1 : , Store ar Will do this week by so Hug good at zero prices Now Is iho time to pick tip bargains In nil kinds of Winter goods pair of Indies' a wool Mittuu.s; worth 25c Corbett-Fitzslmmo- ns 45c. For Ladies' Union Suits; worth 75c Knelt for Indies' ribbed vests nud pants, a grade tisna ly nold at 35c. 20c. 50c. 75o. 75c. Pair for nice Inco curtains, 2J yards long; worth 75c. -- 35c. curtain, 3J yards long; worth SI. Per garment foral wool scnrlet shirts nud drawers, regularly sold nt Murine For for men; well worth 00c. Inco all-wo- I'air for a better 1 .23. All other Underwear In proportion ifcfirNow is tho time to buy your 10,-00- 0, g, SI. 1 We were never better cquipiHnl to supply tho wants of the jcop c. lfuys a nice Dongola patent tip Shoe for Indies; worth II 50. 1 ht 9 . For a f 75 Pebble nnd glove grnin Shoe, heel or spring heel. 25c. For ladies' and gents' ovcrgailers: worth 60c any where. 25c ond 50c for clil drvn's shoes. $I to $3' IIiivh you just whnt you want in thc men's Shoo line, In blnck, tnn nnd chocolate colors Now Is the time to buy half-witte- in-1- OVERCOATS ! t And other Winter clothing. The last cut nnd a deep ono too; como nud tnke your pick at 05c on the II. tf; $12 S 1 - Overcoats for 18; f 10 overcoats for 13 60. lloys' overcoats from f5 up. IS overcoat for 5; f(l overcoats for Hoys' knee pants suits $1, sires 0 to 13. 1 .50 $3.25 For boys' knee pants suits in neat grny effects, sixes 4 to 1 yenrs. For youths' long pnnts suits In nent cheviot mixtures cut from $5 - 20c iost-olfie- o 1 i,i, boys' knei pants; bettor qualities 40c and 50c. Wo have on hands tho biggest lino of HATS since we lmvo been established here, Men's Alpine, extra lino fell fur stock in blnck nnd browns nt 75c. Men's crushers at 50c. nice fur nnd well worlh double tho nmount. Wo hnvejunt received six dozen haU in crushers nnd Alpine shnpes, blnck nnd brown, which will feel the keen edge of the knife, go this week nt 25c. l'or- I Don't fall to como this week nnd wo will pruvo loyond tho shadow of n doubt wo always lmvo and always will sell cheaper thnn anybody clso. that jyie, Ho-ba- rt THE LOUISVILLE STORE.. A. UIMIAXSKY D. t CO , l'Horimrroiw Emi- 700-ioun- or KANEY, Manaokh. T. I'ar'n, Carllslo, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lawrenceburg, Pynthlana, Versailles, nence, Georgetown, Elizabeth town, Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. Blue-Gra- ss (Caf-fer- y, LOOK AT THIS. - Five-year-o- ld 600DS TO GIVEAWAY. Valuable Goods Given nwny with CoHcc and linking l'owder, Fine Decorated Bowl and Pitcher With one Pound of Coffee. l'owder. HANDSOME LAMP with ono 15c can of Unking Como nnd see for yoursolf. fc. HIGG-IN- S & McKINNBY. - ld I There Are Four Kinds of Druggists In tho world and you'll find them In every town in tho country. 1. Tho druggist who sells "cheap" drug9 only. 2. The druggist'who sells some good drugs and some 'cheap" ones, 3. Tho druggist who sells nothing but good drugs nnd charges only whnt they're worth. 4 The so called exclusive druggist who sells good drugs generally, and never forgets to load thorn down with exorbitant prices. We belong to tho Tiuni) kind, Our (prices and goods aro right. war-shi- , one-ha- lf r- -- al I PENNY'S DRUG STORE:. Doors, Sash and Blinds, I Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,Eto. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. one side all seasoned stock. Boxing dressed 880-pou- car-loa- Rr : A.C.SINE, "' ' ---- -- Stanford, Ky. i IMMMMMMMMMjgMJMMJMtogajMj-'"'- " " " 11 lifimiiilliwn M .. i. i'iIHi .Uliti inn mt lill H - M WH-- 7-1 I, i.i ' " -- -- 4,.. '.'.'".'' ".' , ,. ''' y.. . .. ...., , rryy ..n, -- "Tf " - mmMfW i?i ? THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - Dakics has lino inimtcl clocks. Danks for Sterling silver spoons, TltY us for wish. Farris Si TInrdtti. lllled ut Fk. 12, 1S97 Craig it Hooker's. Pkksckiitions accurately Foit good lire Insurance and prompt payments call on R. R. Muhony. . . You should take jour prescriptions to I W'll.i. sell rough lumber and shinPenny's drug Ptoro where prompt und ac- gles as low as anybody. A. (J. Sine. curate service is guaranteed I WILL sell you best quality steel rooting nearly as cheap as you can buy PERSONALS. shingles. A. C. Sine. Mil. T. J. LlL'fill, of Clark, is vlsiting-hiLast Call. Yon mustpayyour 180(5 old friends lioru. Miss Jknnii: Waukkn is visiting tax on or before March 10th, 181(7, or your property will lo advertised. T. relatives in Lancaster. Miss Jkanii: Fi:i,anu bus returned D. Nowlund, S. L. C. from a visit to Richmond. SAY, wo are loaded up on Dried Miss Minnii: Ki'im.hy, who has boon Fruits, Reims. Hominy, Grits and all t 'aching in Hoylo, Isnt homo now. kinds of Canned Goods. Come and seo Miss Mattii: Mucin, of Lancaster, us. Warren it Shanks. jont several dayH with relatives here. Miss MlNVA I'AHK lMli:U'S,of Mad John Mkikh, the confectioner, got Ison, Is tho guest of Mm. V. M. Iirlght In a il'rfX) soda fountain yesterday and Miss LOUUA Stuaut, of Crab Or- will have it running in full blast as chard, is thu guest of Miss Annie Tay- soon as warm weather comes. lor. Wovkn wire and ouk picket fence, 1. M. I'OI'i:, of Richmond, was with the most economical fence in tho mar brother-in-law- , his J. S. Rice, Wednes ket. I tun selling it at alxiut cost of day. Mlts. Va.va.k HaUUIIMAN' has been manufacturing. A. C. Sine. very 111 with pneumonia for a week or Rank Stock. R. G. Denny gold pri more. vately to S. 1'. Stagg, Mrs. William Mil. I. S. I'HIM.irs went to Cincin- Logan and Mrs. T. J. Foster a lot of nati Tuesday to havu his eyes treated Farmers Rank it Trust Co. stock at again. Utt. Mils. J. W. IlASTIN, of Pittsburg, Tub College entertainment at 7 l M. has Ihmmi tho guest of relatives in this this evening promises to be a pleasant county. D11. N. H. McKinni:y is at homo occasion. The patrons of tho school from Chicago sutTorlng with it rheumat- and the public generally aro Invited and expected. ic wrist. Mit. M. F. Huurr, of Montgomery, Some thirsty scamp sllpjod through Ala., passed through to Middlesloro a window into the room in which Mr. Tuesday. William Gooch keeps his brandy and Miss Ralmi: Oai.u)vay, of Junc- appropriated about HO gallons of his tion City, is the guest of Miss s E. 0. Walton, liuaiNixs Makaokh. Hot-M- lHchanls. Mit. T. C. RltOW.V, of tho Commercial Rulldtng A- Loan Association, is In town again. Miss Jam: Lym:, of Lexington, is the guest of Misses Fannie Shanks and Dollio MoRolwrUi. MKB. OsiK Huffman and Miss of Lancaster, wuro guests of Mrs. M. F. Klkln. Mit. V. H. l'KTTL'S worked extra here a few nights this week in the ab-- s Mice of Mr. I. Fish. Doc Dkyk is now handling New York horses for (J. W. Dugan, who has recently opened a sale stable In Danville. Miss Foi.i.y Realms, aunt of Dr. J. V. Dlckersou, wlio has been conllued to her lwd since August, grows gradually worse. Mrs. U. D. Simpson, of Lancaster, was hero yesterday and gave us tho "ad" of her hotel, which npcars in another column. MltH. Sl'SAN MKNKFKK has moved to this place from Lancaster and is occupying Mrs. Annie McClary's house in the Miller Addition. Hon-eywood, best olght-year-ol- d. typewriting dono known railroad man In the room with correctly and reasonably at thu Intkk-IO- It his wife. Jouknai, ofllco. In her answer she declares that Mr. Arnold was In tho habit of Inviting Fou Sali:. Seven shares of Farm-Appl- y iiuuo inenus 10 ine House ana tlien acers Rank and Trust Co. stock, cusing her of Improper relations with at this oillcc. them, on one occasion bringing in a poC'AIT. Tiios. RiohaudSj requests us liceman at midnight to examine his to say that for a few weeks ho would be bed room in the hope of finding there pleased to do any clock or watch work Mr. J. M. Pace, auditor of tho West that may be entrusted to him for re- Point railroad, of whom he win insanely jealous. At a late hour her husband pairs. Room over entered her room, and, with a pistol at Tin: scamp who killed a little yellow-- her head, threatened her life if she did dog and throw him over into tho bus- not confess criminal conduct, which iness manager's yard tho other night she agreed to do for the purpose of savhud better watch out or he will share ing her life. Sho asks for u total thu same fate of tho other pup. from her- husband and $200 aliPketty Stoke. Farrls it Hardin mony )er month. are removing a portion of the partition Tho dispatches "say tfTaTThe Bradley-Marti- n s between their and claim bal musquo at New York Wedthat when tho Job Is completed they nesday night was beautiful beyond all will have the prettiest Btore In this sec- description and that as much as the pation. pers have talked about it, the half was 1 r.STEitDAY was a continuation of not told. There were 800 or more guests tho raining, muddy business and the and their costumes were rich and exsignal service more of it as quisite in the extreme. The bill to prevent tho carrying of follows: Rain or snow and Friday morning, clearing Friday after- obscene books and Indecent articles by express companies lias passed tho noon. House, and has gone to the president Dh. W. D. Takdik has engaged the for his signature. Ojiera House for the commencement of At New Xork Wednesday a share of tho Stanford Colored High School, Chemical Bank stock sold at public March lit. There will be one graduate, auction at $4,2;0. The stock has sold Miss S11IH0 Peyton. Tho doctor, who as high as $4,l80. The par value is Is a lino teacher, will go to Henderson $100. next session to teach tho parochial Following a sensational divorce suit, school of the Kplscopal church of which In which he was defendant, II. G. is a member. of Franklin, Ind., married his ' servant girl. Having marrried and settled down A check for $2,2.'i0)000 passed through our old friend, J. L. Frohman, of the "Glooe," Danville, renews Ills adver- the Boston cleurlng house Wednesday. tising lu the I. J., and on our 4th page It was drawn for a stock bond transacsays something of Interest. With a tion. Miss Nora Hackett is now deputy pretty wife and a big stock of goods all circuit clerk of Owen county. he needs now to make him supremely happy Is more customers and them his HEMP BREAKERS. low prices will certainly get. STKNOOltAl'liY und jMMt-olllco. Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet Something new In the realm of Health and Hjgiene. It ia for the benefitof every man, woman and child. It is nature's crct helper in the use of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Ilntli Foltliiie, Cabinet for Homes. A complcto Russian Mcdicnted or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs Treatment by your ow n fireside nl a nominal cot. All physicians cnuoipo it and it is now in use in many Hospitals of the country and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a rfect cure for La Grippe, Hheumatism, Neuralgia, folds, Skins ft Diseases, Xervoinmes, Corpulency, Kidney and Liver Trou bles, and 18 Womnil's IJest Frionil Aflor a rimnr titilli t..u before going to bed, you wi say no other bath is comparable to it. It removes all the effete, pernicious accumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth and glowing, reiiivlgorating the whole system. With ordinary care will last a life time When not in use can be folded nmUet away Two or three cents wortli of wood alcohol and about a pint of water is all that is neccssiry for each bath. (Jan be seen nt Craig 1 i H i" rf i Kf 1 lfiBIBi! (87-V- 'i f 1 di-vor- co a ji - A Rocker's J. S. HUGHES, Southern flgerjt. i i u store-room- STANFORD FETCHLE WILLIAM SHELTON. The Second Session of 1890-97 C0LLEG6. President. to-nig- ht For ful inlorm ition about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac., send for our Now Catn logue. Addrejs, MHS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Ldv Principal, Stanford, Ky OPENS ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1S97. Is Your Eye Sight Faifino ? Do you need spectacles? il w If so have your eyes tested at once at h Mc-Casll- n, Craig & Hooker's- Spectacles and Nose Glasses from 25 cents up. Wo Spectacles. are Specialists in the fitting of Cheapest in piice and best in qualty. BSF Full Line of Surgical Supplies. ;? M" Vf I I Tho young ladies of the Ladles' Aid Society of tho SKL'LE. Dkkstmct Presbyterian church are making prep arations to present the "Deestrlet Skule" at Walton's 0era Rouse in tho near future. W. A. b Miss IRxkn Thl'KMOND returned yesterday from a vllt to her sister at I'inovillo. She will begin a private school at Wlilte Oak school-hous- e Monday. Sniimhc, who has been visiting with James T. Carson, has devel oped a case of measles and was not able to return with Mr. ami Mrs. Carson ROMHKT fe. I h-- i . yesterday. United Confederate Veterans, Miss Linda Miixhk Is In receipt of United Daughters of the Confederacy, two otri:h egg shells sent by her unThe Sons, and other Organizations. cle, Consul John II. Miller, at Falkland Islands. They are about three Stampt. a jeir. Two Samples, Four times as large as goose eggs. Wk regret to observe that since ho S. A. CUNNINGHAM. Is the certainty of fulfillment went to Richmond to reside tho Ron. Spbcxai. Rhdcction In Club with thl Paper W. O. Owsley Is called "Owl." "Gooo of each and every one of them. When you leave KNOSVILLE. Ingersoll ii Peyton, AttorKgg" is tho name he Is known by at your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranney! ami Coiin.'lors al Law. Corporation; Lancaster and tho Richmond eoplo Commercial; Insurance and Heal Eatntc. Lititee that you will have an accurate and reliable timegation given xclal nttention. Attorney! for will please not forgot it. tho Louisville A Nashville It H Co. Norfolk .V piece. Western It. It. Co. ami the Central Savings Miss Mayiikm.k Faynu loft yesterllai'k. day to visit friends in Louisville for a Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are few days and thence to tho marriage of ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? her brother, Dr. G. R. Fayne, to Miss tho timely assistance of neighbors it MATRIMONIAL. We have gained the reputation for miles around for Lena Furbush, which takes place in would have burned. A set of furniture best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince and other household goods were badly I ileilre to soil mv Millinery Store ami Location. Uniontown no.xt week. Kuper Hood, L. & X. agent at Richono desiring Only you. damaged, while a part of the Myers mond, will bo married on tho 17th to same millinery storo la town. Any to apply at would find It to their interest once, tor parttcuUrs auilress, House washing, which Lewis' wife was Miss Julia nubbard, of Covington. HOME NEWS, MISS CALVKIIT, Junction City. Ky. doing, was destroyed. Miss Commie Crowe, of Franklin, A Nkw Disc Harrow at Rlggins Si P. L. Town Property It is a cold day when a business fail- was married last night to Rev. Scoits- MeKlnnoy's. ure any where doesn't allect Stanford King, a Methodist preacher of : Rats. Latest styles and colors, just people in some way. Tho Southern vllle. constitutional convention of Tho Mutual Building it Loan Association of out. H. J. McRoberts. Town lVopcrty In LonAtlanta, which went Into the hands of Delewaro, by an almost unanimous I otter for ale privately 100 yards from I. A N. county, Ky., don, MONKY to loan on real estate, Ad- days ago, caught Mrs. vote, has recommended that the iover deot.Laurel a receiver a few A tirst'cl'ss ilttiatlon for inamiftctiirlng Dealers In- of granting divorces bo taken from tho purposes, containing Sirm; good dress Box 180, Stanford. Dr. G. W. Rronaugh for $300 und W. necessary outbuildings and barn Legislature und given to the courts, well stocked and other and ornamental trees and in fruit Five room cottage on Logan Avenue A. Tribble for $150. At least they had whero it belongs. plenty water to run anv manufacturing establishWaggpaid that much on the 10 and live shares ment. Kor further inroruution address for rent. Mrs. M. J. Withers. Announcement of tho engagement of FltKli HUUI, London, Ky. thoy hold respectively. Miss Majory Shelby and Mr. Georgo Kl.KOANT ierfumes, toilet water, Seven Yeaks. William Rlack, tho Alfred Townsend, Jr., lato of the En&c, sachet powder, etc., at Craig & Hoek- Negro who attempted criminal assault quirer staff, now of Washington, D. C, Agents for H on Mrs. Kd Clark, of Marion, was given will lie inndn in n. fiu-- iluvj .mini. J "'"' .as ' STOKE-ltoOuuejor u. v. vunn, on on Main street in sovon years In tho penitentiary at his by Is tho daughter of Col. Isaac Shelby, the Vi premises of mm Dunn near Mt Sulem, JOUKNAL building for rent. W. trial at Lebanon Tuesday. Tho scloo-tlq- n of "Arcadia," and tho great-grany, ou tla Auttonvttlc A Middlclimj pike, P. Walton. of tho jury, trial and all lasted on- daughter of General Isaac Sholby, tho 011 M ly about 20 minutes, tho Negro having first governor of Kentucky, secretary JdONDAY, FSB. 15th, 1807 Opposite the Court-HousLot Sale. Messrs. John S. Hughes plead guilty. Not a sign of a mob was 01 war aim minister 10 nussui. ane is andJ.F. Peyton advertise a big sale seen, and tho campaign of tho Louis- u young lady of rare beauty, and pos- Offer for sale to the highest bidder the follow iwj property: of Stanford lots, March 8th. ville soldiers proved only a pleasant sessed of all tho charms and culture of One Stallion, younq and well brolce to drive This is tho last day for lllingsuitsfor outing. Tho husband of tho Negro's iMH'fcct womanhood. Mr. Townsend Is in single or double harness, and a gootl tho February term of circuit court intended victim was In court for tho to bo congratulated upon winning such breeder; one good Jack; three years old; Three good Jennets, all in fwil by good which begins Monday week. purpose of taking rengou nee, but was a jicorless prize. Cincinnati Enquirer. -jacks; one Jack; one Jack by tho shorlil" boforo ho could Tho groom Is u son of tho noted newsColl; two llorse Colls; one young Mure, business manager is responsi- disarmed The carry out his plan. Chief Dispatcher paper writer over tho non de pltuno of works well and is infoal; Twenty Calves; ble for tho most of this issue. Tho ed Fifty good Ewes; lot of Clover Hay; lot of W. F. Sheridan says that tho special "Gath." itor has been down with tho bubonic Is, Receiving his- Corn und Fodder; one Spring Wagon, C. II. Arnold, a business man of Atcarrying Black and tho soldiers train plague. to commence ut 10 A. if. Sale roado the fastest run on record between lanta, Is suing his wife, who is a daugh! I Terms. All sums under Dollars cash ii rf lE Six largo mail sacks of seeds were Louisville und Lebanon, covering tho ter of Rov. Cadesman Popo, president over that amount on a credit Tenthree months of - distance of 07 miles in an hour und 25 of tho Millorsburg Female College, for e hero Tuesreceived at tho withaDnrovedsecuritu and to bear interent M. F. NORTH, day. Gov. McCreary never forgets his minutes, Including several stops, one of divorce. Ho charges that on returning from date. Ave minutes. Com'ttefrom L. C, Dunn. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. homo unexpectedly ho found a well- 65'f constituents. one-half ty iirty 10 shares of stock In tho Com merclal Rank of Liberty at SIM. This A NL'MUKit of Negroes have been in is a good price for this stock considertho habit of jumping on freight trains ing the fact that the bank has been which stop here at night and throwing In oerat!on only 1 years. olTcoal. Wednesday night Mr Ivon A STANFORD merchant who has paid Fish, night agent, laid for them and vo of them apjcared on the curs Mfl into the Globe Rullding and Loan when ho began using his shooting iron. The Association of Louisville, asked for a withdrawal of his stock. Tho inn mi rascals fairly Hew and left behind their gors sent him a check, but ho was sur sacks partly lllled with coal. Unfortu prised to Und that they only gave him natoly none of them were killed. Col. The Kentucklan-CItlzen- , THE Richmond Pantngraph says that j)iier, copies our mention of the Judge Davison has selected his broth death of his relative, Miss Lettle P. er, Dr. R. L. Davison, as his private Glvons, and adds: Her father was our secretary. This may Ihj true, but if it mother's half brother, their fathers both being Givens. Our grand-fatheis the "gray gelding's" brother-in-laMr. J. C Florence, has not been after birth of his first and only child, wa.1 murdered in North Carolina by his apprised of it. servants. His body was found In a When asked if he could attend to creek and Ignorant Negroes went to tho the duties of the oillcc, John Johnson, store nearby to buy goods and offered the colored candidate for circuit clerk, in pay tho very money thostore-keoie- r answered: "I will tix that part of tho had given deceased. Tho tree is still buMucxs. Mr. Jim Bailey will remain standing on which the Negroes were in the olllco and will pay me $10 per hung. month." Mr. Ralley hasn't yet been Sepakation and Near interviewed on the subject, however. the summit of "Paxton Grade," about Acquitted. Alex Flying, fireman 1! miles from Stanford, bursts forth a on tho K. ('., had his second trial at spring, the waters of which divide Rowland Tuesday for breaking up a thereat, becoming a tributary Christmas tree there and was this time to Hanging Fork, which empties into acquitted. At his first trial the jury Dlx River many miles below. Tho hung. Ho was then tried for contempt other half helps form tho St. Asaph of court and tlned i'2, which he says ho branch running through town, which will work out on the rock pllo before is a tributary of Logan's Creek, and he will pay, lielleving that the line is empties into Dlx River, many miles iiIkjvc where the Hanging Fork does, unjust. and thus after separation and Fntr.. The house on tho creek occuof 2o or 30 miles, tho waters of pied by Ron Lewis and owned by Aunt this wonderful spring again unite and Candacy Whitley, caught from tho together llnlsh the journey to tho seas. stove Wednesday afternoon and but for m m Tkihiili: sold to a Casey coun Wanted, it D- .- For being drunk and dis- breakers at once, 10 experienced hemp Have 75 acres to break. orderly "Santa Claus" Dalton. E. LamH. M. Wkst, HyattHville, Ky. bert and his son, William, were lined &" and costs each, by Judge Burnett, of Rowland. Thoy will work out the lines. In his elTort to arrest Dalton, Constable MKS. U. D. SIMPSON, 1'ror. Benedict found it necessary to strike him, but tho otllccr got tho worst of it Lancaster, : Kentucky. as ho had his thumb badly sprained. D. Mason Hotel first-clHss HOCKER. mmmmMmmwMmmmMm m i 6c ORAIG I jgg Wore Your Money . i nan any urv uoous ana clotuing House In Central Kentucky I' 8 im table. Everything meet all trains. Newly furnished: clean beds; splendid r ,.... Porters SO 11 jS On Saturday, March 8th, m will sell on tbo premises adjoin-iiil)r J. K VnnArsilnli's nnil W. A. Tribble's property, fronting on the Cut off pike ana on l'ey ton a lingoes Avenue, a number of residence lots in the most beautiful locality about the town of Stanford. Said property will be sold for d cnli; biilnnce on ti and 12 months with 6 percent, interest. It will first be sold in lots and then ofTered 11s n whole and the best price will be accepted HUGHES A I'EYTOX. 1897, wo L' LOT SALE. i j jmT IS OUR MOTTO. We don't claim to give goods away, but wo do claim to give you value received for every do lar spent with us Wo aro opening a brand new line of gents' White and Fancy Shirts, Neckties, Oversliirts, Over- alls, Suspenders, Ac. H JM Crad-dock- 's Ladies' Department. Never a better time to sew than tho winter days. you with We can supp'y one-thir- ?J r, a 7T"ir' f Veteran. P NASHVILLE, TENN. KBPRF.SKNTS ?2 OFFICIALLY tl-OTwo-Ce- nt r DERATE V& $2 W Needles, Thread, cottons, cambrics, long cloihs, Dimities, Ham- burgs, Laces, etc. Also towels, napkins, table linens, calicoes, Per- cales, in abundance. If you have not been our customer in the past, bo one in the future jS' CJ 5 m A SOV.K- New carpets just opened. m fffi Re-unio- n. Back of My Promises mean-derin- gs FOR SALE. SS-- tr THOMAS DALTON. FOR SALE. B. dwelling-house, K. WEAREN & SON -- Farming Implements of all Kinds, ons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, PUBLIC SALE I e. d- Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. ( H. C. RUPLEY, m ld THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- mgkriFiPiMi m iiost-olllc- s;; v .ilXfc - iJf','fc"1TTrTiiTi"mrtTrt-irirtMniinf- ui THE INTERIOR JOURNAL S2 PICK. YJSAR 3- IN" A.33 WA-XCIi- .' - When not so paid CC.SO will be charged. iumii TIME Mi, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. a 71 ! ft Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. in. andjreturns at at 4:30p. m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. 12 " Xo'.h " Kola " No. 24 No "i! Train going North ' " " Sol " KoralW'olnts. " 12 1 'J P '" iwaiu 031pm 0jpm THItOlMll TICKKTS SOU). ll.UiUAUK CHLCKEl) TI1KOUGH. Kor any Information enquire of JOK S. HICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train pav Junction City us follows: 3 3!p m No. South .... 12 (Hip m No. 2 North " lawjani " Cs " No. 3 " 149 pin ' " 1131am No.S 6 00 a m " 10 ' No! 9 " S Mty m Note Nos. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction City. All trtlns stop there. 1 Jam KENTUCKY P. M. 2 30 A. M. MIDLAND RAILWAY. T. M. 1 via tiKonunrowN. SOI 7 35 'i.Oi 3 IS 4 50 9 15 Jet. City. ArrJeoretoirii, " Kranktort, o C. 1) Lve. Somerset, Arr " A. M. 8 35 0.1 I.vlO.T) 6 5J 9 W 12 09 C30 4 00 8 30 SXi Arr I'arls Dally except Sunday Lve HKKCAW (J. l A. P0YAl I POWDER Absolutely Pure. I ' Celebrated for Its great learenlnR strongth and healthfulnetu. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration so common in the cheap brands. Kov.il IJakino Poworr Co., New York. COOKE'S SARSAPARILLA yr WILL CURE Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, all diseases of the blood and and - Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it Sr Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. 13. Mc Roberts, Stanford, renny's Dru Store, " " Cwig & Hocker, W C. Uoltord, Huston ville. " K H TwicUell, Hubble. J. A. Tanner Hro , McKinney. j i ANtott. Powers. on. Crab Orchard. IVeazlev & M Lee I'ip'-s- , Motdand. Yours for Health, Jam us T. Cooke, Dentist, lrly. (hie) Fob. 10. 4jjn-uconvened, horo. Monday tell ? Circuit court Ky. Mrs. T. 1 smell rum on you; that's STANKOltn, KY. with the learned Judge Morrow on tho Olllcoover McltoberU' Dnii; Store In tho'.Owslcy Is n candidate fur Assessor of Lincoln county, subbench. Docket full, theall crowded. how I tell ! at reomMo rM. ject to the action of Undemocratic party. llulldini: Mr. T. Shaw, that's bay (hie) rum; All kinds ofarep drlni; Sitlsfictton giurauteiil. Tho criminal docket embraced every Uphiitaerlntf spoclilly. , common jus' got shaved. patricide, Bpccios of oiTcns-c70 LOAN, homicide, and a groat many other SAMUIiLM, OWENH Several charged with cases besides. AMERIIs n candUUte for ulicrllt of Lincoln county, subject slinnttnir in trains, one indicted for to the action ofthodemiK'ratic varty. Money to loan Write for opc of my 1W catalogues that will ductive farms In on improved city pnerly or prokilling his son, another fot killing his Stanford county al KleyoiiiullWrlpt!oioflioiit (or M Rreat bar- flpcriwni, piyahle Semi and Lincoln AIo I wll Annually sale. gains I hue In Centrnl Kentucky father. furnish bonds for public or coriratlou otllclalst HIcCORMACK O V. I.YNK, IlKlt,JTATK Ajknt, Kxccutors, Administrators or (ioanllausat reasonCrime running riot Office with JeMimloe Journal, Nicholas llle, Ky. able tales. Am agent for four of the best fire InIs candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subno whore. Mice leaving tho surants lniuules ilolng business In Kentucky and ject to the action of the democratic party, lour solicit patronage of proirtv holders In Stanford. support Is earnestly Mlcltcd. ..iw nf thn ivnnle with tears in here. ! Itates same as other companies k.lilug businessAgt. vau.non, 81.6m wai.i.aci: their eyes. Cribs full of corn, grana. HI. I will oiler at private sale my lloo and rt on rics full, stores full, shelves crowded, Main s'rwt, occupying tho miiare with tho Chrisland Is a candidate for Aayor of Lincoln county, sub& thousands of people all over tho tian church In .Manford, ky , from now until ject to the action of the democratic partr. cataMh, County Court day, and If not mM March with rags streaming in raveling .....Prorletors will then sell to the highest Mddjr on tie racts around their legs and many going premises. Said property Is ono of the Ifst liullt, Ust and lost nrraugrd properties In tho LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE EMBRV hungry, and children crying for bread. J. lit'tJIUJi, .Sale. Stanford, Ky. Surely something must be most radifor Assessor of Lincoln county, Is a candidate Oity, ISZy. rty and to the action of the democratlo I cally wrong and fearfully out of joint. ery curiicMly asks your suport. Turnouts, prompt attention, this sweot land of What can It be in reasonable rates A portion of your p.ilrouaga is H resievtfully sollcltol. liberty? Recurring again to tho courts; Those who attend tho inauguration of C. G. recently said before a Crab Orchard President ilcKinley should go to WashI Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subcourt in discussing tho decisions of the ington over tho picturcsquo t. hesaponko ject to the action o( the democratic party Ihluk-I- n oiTtr for mte jiriratcly four Town JaI a & Ohio Knilwny. as it is tho only line court of appeals that there was not the southern end of the county Is entitled to a in Milter Addition to Stanjord,one on TIN 28D SHEET IBDX slice of the pie, he nks )our supirt. Sauiley nor a Morrow on tho apellate combining every cfsenlial feature of nn Itvauc und fomcatUr rtrat, varied bench. And 'tis timo that's the kind attractive tourist route, namely, Six Acres, gootl barn, crib, cittern and beautiful scenery, historic interest anil IvV., of men that tho people are electing to superior track and train service. Trains and fcrvantti' room and uell ttocked in fruit WILLIAM MOREL AND and ornamental tree; an unimvmml lot Sole liroprletor of Dean's lllack IMamond !oo( fill their most exalted positions. Was are run by the block system and aro light- adjoining it, containing nearlg IwoAcret, 1'alnt. Ultimate jumlshcl for alnlln wo.nl. Is a candidate for Aaswworof Lincoln, subject to nsifs. Kiiarantcssl All metal the learned Dr. Bently right when he ed by electricity, heated with steam and one fronting Miller ttrtet. containing Four roofs and Imiiwith Satisfaction lHainond 1'alnt the at tlon of the democratic pally lie kindly atka your suprt. Iean's lllack Kilntl through "dining cars The clocksaid: "Tho masses aro nothing but ass- carry regularity of its hchudulo and the Acrc: one on Whitley Avenue of One Acre warranted for years. Dealer In Cittern I'nuips work and Oalvanltcil Iron Kilters, Oi'vanlrcd slid lllack hoped this Is only true perfection of its equipment lias mndo the and One liool es"? 'Tia to bo 2i.tr SAM W. Ixts can be di- iron HoomiKot all minis. The in reference to honesty. The people "F. F. V Limited'" tho most famous vided. Six und FourAcrc nf Lincoln county, sub. Is a candidate for aro honest and when they go as far railroad train of America. March 8, ISO", comity ! Jeit to the action of the democratic party. For rates and other information address If not told lfore on that day I wUl pub. wrong as they can, they generally O. B. Ryan, G. P. A , 0. & O. Railway, cotir (fin, they will All erons deslrlne 1x.u.l l'oits for plank fence, I id' in front of the court houte door. right themselves. But 'tis almost mo- Cincinnati, Ohio fence railing it and my storeor wireCedar can find what they MltS. KATE P. MlLUili. Creek, on tho pILe near want at tion hour so no more. Kxtx of 11'. If. Miller. leading from Crab Orchanl to Stanford sNi Jiucklin's J mica &'iiv. F. Boihutt. Fontaine keep ou hand a supply of plank for fcnelns All The oot salve In the world for cuts., brulvs kinds of Inmlier for bntldln,! piirsc; alo lards sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fcr sore, tetter, chapdesiring any article of and shlniilca. All ped hand, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions. WRYNESBURG, this kind can call on me at my sioru nrsrCVUr I am Hill Aiteut for Kails llranrh Cial and will It positively cures piles or no pay required. It Is U W. MMJI.irrON. 32 Creek. keep a supply of all kinds ufOal, so you ran k'ft cuara.itced to give rfect satmjclion er iiionor resiirli as you want at tho loxest tstlile prtis lor funded. Price '2i cents Ux. Korsalebjrw.il. L. G. Gooch has sore throat. Cash llture next uoor . n. niirr i uniiiuie ItOl'TI Store! & bought of Win, Mo-s- 3ici;oicrts, imiggiji. A, G. Singleton J. II. IIKitilNS.l'rvprlrtor, The llest Hue toand 1'roin mure for $j."i. an W. T. SACNDKILS, Manairvr, The Grandest l'enudy. IN Ibiwland, Ky S7 Miss Mary Reynolds, of the Eubanks Mr. K It. (i reeve, merchant, of Chllhowle. Va., TO DO AX D D 1ST RO IT had consumption, was given up to certlties tlat school, visited friends hero Saturday die. Mnightallhemedical treatment that money could All Points In Mlchlg-in- . Corn and liny, IUMIAV . A. JoilM II. procure, tried all cough remedies he could hear of, Order Otftce and Kissl l.xchane, lieur the llallroad and Sunday. lint got no relief: steut many nights sitting up in a C MICA-GO- . UruAliii;, K)t Street, Padgett has been very chair; was induced to try lr. King's Ne IMstsir. Mrs. R. D. "White City Speotal." Kor liy tho Sen n ford; - two sick, but Is better. Mrs. G. W. Cllft ery and was cured sbeen attending to bottles. anil buslnes pa.t three years h Coal Yard, Mill Mrcet, lately J II. Ilhttiiis'. llest 1 ermlnal Station. Satisfaction uiutaiUisl. sjys I)r King's New Wstsiiery is the grjndt-- t is very low. as It lus done si much fur Mm r'tncly ever made LOUIS. Peyton Routen and Mr. Pryor have and also for others In his community. Dr. Kleg's Lsgu ran tts.il for ivughs, cobls Avoiding tho Tunnel moved to the farm of M. T. Reynolds, New Iilscuvvry Itd.m't fall. Trial bottles frteabd INSURANCE COMPANY at cousuuiptlot. TO . 11. Mellolwrts'drug store. known as the Gregory farm. BOSTON. on iMritovr.it iaums Saturday and Sunday will be Bro. Wagner Sleeping Cars. " S Something to Know. OK LIVERPOOL Davidson's regular meeting days and ' It In Lincoln county, Ky , at ' isr tint,. , . .. .... i i. i the .i YORK. in le worth ometheng to know thatnert.i.. no ttillllllini.tll vilArisi .iiiui-wi,i..r. lllicrrsi. there Is some talk of him holding a few very licit medicine for restoring the tired out t;. Krnjon V.olblln,;, Ixinltillle, Parlor Cars. Wsnrr Slecpltnr Cars. Prlvat W DAVY, Itoom applications and limber vous a hetltliy vigor Is days' protracted meeting. Tho prayer This system to is purely vacetsble i:utrir Hitters. Ilutl'et Cars, Ulegant Coaches and Hill- Ky Kor blank N. Comrttuenl acts by giving medicine Saunders, Attorney, Stanlii'iilroof J. B3RBEE ing Cars. stouueh. gently ford, Ky, meeting is progressing finely. "Good" tone to the nerve centres lu theanil ld thes.) stimulates the liver snd lldnevs for Friday night's Bible is the subject MANAUl.ltS, In thmwlngofflmimrltleitn tho Wood. Eleclie sure your ticket read via "I1KI Font" tric Hitters Improves the apl'llte, ibis digestion K O. McCOIIMICK, l. R MAHTIN, reading. JT. and is pronoii'Cisl by Ihos,. who have tried It s Oeu. I"a. A Tkt. Agt. Pavscuer.Tratfie Mjr., Oommerco Buildiug, Louisvillo. Try blooil toi Stephen Gooch traded horses with the very lestSne and puritier and nerve W. lc. MeU II. CINCINNATI, OHIO. Sild for Undortulcor, did lt jlwrta' drugstore. $1 or bottle at Willie Simms a few days ago, but Airrnts Thntiuhoul the .V.ulh not throw in the eye alve and drenchHustonvillo, - - - Kentucky. ing horn and when Willie found he A Kent, could not get along without them, he ple of West Unroln Offers his serv Im to the went back after them. Stephen chargof Cofflnsand Cask. and Casey rutin tie Kull stuck Kentucky. Stanford, etaalwavson hand. ed $o for a rue bargain. Willlo says M D. S. Cariwuter. Manaircr. J7t' Gyrus told tho truth when he said was the next thing to MT. VKKNON, x The Cicero Hgain. Mrs. Twlnklos Shnmo on you have been drinking again ! Mr. Twlnklos How can- - you 1 You A. S. PRICE, Surgeon H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Loolr Smith. Stanford, -i GARLAND SINGLETON Is ncnndldstefor Superintendent of Public Schools ol Lincoln county, subject to the action o( tho llem-ocr.u- J. F. HOLH1H ii m do-- e. fcvSk - LAND FOR SALE. U Mil Ml ii, every-.wher- e, EM3IETT m ...! fCA'S FOR sale: P. ELKIN SHELBY SHELBY, he-fo- re JOE T. frj-t- il Junction sub-Je- ct I'lrst-llas- s Town Lots For Sale. I corn-cflxxjcon-tami- J. "T.Jones, STANFORD, BAKER WKS, MKNEFEE NOTICE t-i- 1 er ir BIG4. ST. COAL I tAnn-MUX- I-- 12 SON, COHL, DEHLERS NOEL O- iim-o- ( Kontuclcy. 0YAJ4 MONEY LOAN semi-annua- NEW i. . l Informs-tlon- , 5 CaSUEMllH. or-gi- T. SUTTON, 'horse-sicknes- s" No Better Goods Sold A113' "Where W. A. TKIBB2.1S, 11 death. A free pike to travel over and open saloons affording an opportunity to got on a tear down at Stanford was more than some of us could resist, so quite a number of our citizens attended court Monday and we stood out in the streets in mud three inches deep and enjoyed ourselves hugely, shivering and watch ing tho fakir make his Jegro dolls talk, but it did mako our mouth water to see him get all the loose quarters in town. We saw men talking hard times but as soon as the patent medicine men qame In sight they commenced to feel lor a quarter and we thought well, no wonder it's hard times. Ohio having been State executive re decided on bv tho publican committeo as the olliclal line to carry the Kentucky delegation to thn inauiruration. arrangements are being made by tho company to handle the entire delegation with tlio same comfort and luxuries as are afforded on D. S. CARPENTER, ls, than we Sell. Will sell at nut two Hiiarles). ono cut under shelt scry flue surrey, Tht llugjelisi aro nrstrlas., II yoii want a banraln, call Jotia In trttf respect. at once and sv the bills ami et yon a Teblcle thai will Kit. you satisfaction sure D, S.CAHI'KNTKIU it.pecMHy, Farmers Bank&Trost Co. OK STASKOIID, KY. Big Bargains, Grade Goods, di. "W. High Low Prices. Pl& up Capital. Surplai. - $200,000100 17,003 CO b. puxnrr, The Chesapeake Reduced Rates to Washington. fc LMCE SALEy) Is our blotto. OentlHt, : Stniiford, : Ky. Ily proslslons of Its charter. deMllors are a fully protected as are iLpuslturt In National Itanks. It. shareholders lwln held Individually liable to at the extent ortlw amount of their stink therriuIn. sslue thereof, In addition in t be summit the TcstM In such shanw. It may act as executor, iruslee, Ac, as futly as an Individual TendeTlns our thanks to thow who have entrust-w- l tlirir builnnis to us, e trust they will cuutlnua to do so, and we otter as a KUiranteefnr prompt atyears' ex.erlviic lu hanktention to S4iue our ing and as lllirral accommodations as are consistent with sound hauMui: -u DIIKiTUHs. OHlcaon Ijincasler street at Itesldenre. IMX PIOFTB EARN MONEY. The NIOKELIi MAOA'INE wants kwmI reliitlile ngenu to Crtti vns for snliscrlptioiH A very pood rate of enhh coinmisfion will lie L'iven. or biryclo premitims if preleirt'tl All material mid nam pie cojiifn fttrnislied fieo. Apply at onco. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. 11. Cummins, I'reachcrsvlllo; J. Il.sley, Sr., J. S S. II. ShauL., WlllUm tii.s'li, Kmbry, JK .Cash, S.J. A. W Carpenter, J. I Lynn, J. N. Menefeo. ey, S. ll.Shauks. rresldeut, J. II, Owsley, Cashier. W M orricaat, llrishl, Teller 14 O(M0 OIMO ME all regular C. & O. vcstibuled trains. In order to faciliate matters and to form a correct estimate of the number going, you are requested to bend in Harrodsbuij Ky. your name for sleeping car space as early as possible . A round trip rate of ono fare ($14..").) from Lexington, Winchester, and Mt. Sterling) and corresTHE POPULAR MM pondingly low rates from all central Kentucky points has been made for the occasion. Tickets will be on sale March 1st, 2nd and .'ird, good to return March MM 0MOMMOIN101M 4th, 5th, fith, 7th and 8th. Two limited vestlbuled trains each way daily. Leave Lexington V2:io A. M., and S::i. i M., arriving at Washington at 0:.j0 a. M. and :i:40 V. M. next day, from three to MOINIOIM five hours quicker than via Cincinnati. For scenic beauty tho C. & O. has no G equal east of the Rocky mountains. George W. Harney, dlv. pass, agent, U M ftfl Lexington, Ky. IM1 V" .V A bill has been introduced by Senator Hanna which provides for the disposing of county olllees to the lowest and most responsible bidder. Tho bill was MM drawn by R. E. William-- , a populist of Clay county. Its author would have tho county clerk and sheriff award the f aeh joar. offices on January Kan., dispatch to Chicago ReOKI tMOINl OVERCOATS Wnv down in Price and high in Quality. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OKSTANKOltD, KY. The Nickel! Magazine, 180 Summer Street, si Buxton, Mtuw. 'rvicii-A.-vii- Capital Stcck 5100,000. Surplus $15,750. er (j ;.a':, Boys' & Children's Suits. COURIER dOURNAL .And.. MOM DIMS Better Values than ever Known. OMMOMOO MMlMO Underwear, Shirts, Hats And Shoes. Xow is your chance to buy Good Goods at AIM IMSMOlMiaWi O N OlliOTO N mm DM 0 ItOW PRICES Satisfaction Guaranteed . I additional and rfcct salely ajjents, thus to ilcsltors. ThUlustlliition,orli:iualIy estaldlhisl 01 the Uiuk of Stanford lu 1S31, then mirKanlicd as the National Hank ofStanlord In 1N.1 Hiidaalii rcorKMiiliil as the Klrst National Hank of Stanlord OXJC In Ion.', has had practically nil uninterrupted existence tor ;tt ears. It is belter suppllnl now with Incllltli's for transacting buslines promptly and than eter before lu Its lontf and houornble career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, firms Wo hato made a s.eclal clolililntt arraiiKement and Individuals sullilted. ami will week Ciurler-.lounrawith the Twlce-DlliaCTOHS. send that pajxr and ours tor the price namisl to all J. W. llayden, Stanford; our subssrlbcrs who will renew and pay lu advance, r.iltcid, Lincoln Co.; " who III pay in adiance. S. T. Harris, ' . II. llnimlimuli, or to all new subscrllicrs scut free on up. J S. Hocker, ' Sample copies of Courier-JournT 1 . Hill, " K. - Tanner, McKinney. W. A. Trlbble. pllciilln. All subscriptions under this offer must be sent to .1 II. Odller.Crab Oicli'd; M.J. Miller, Ml. onion. W V. WALTON, Maiiford. M, D. Llmore, Manford. 1 S 12 M I - V IS 13 UV Attention of the public Is called to the f.tel that this Is tho only Natlonul Hank lu Stanford. I'll-ilthe prntlsluns ot the National Hank Act driosltors nru wiori4 not only by the capital stock, but by tho alixklioldcrs' liability lor an aiiibunl of this Institursiualtn tho stock, so that depusl-ortion are secured by a fund ol jao.osi. I io sworn statements of the condition ol thv lljlik are made each jisir to the Lulled States (loveriiini'iit and Its avets aro exnuilliisl at stattsl limes by Koterumrtil s INTERIORdOURNAL IIOTII a YKAB l, FOR ONLY $2.50. orriCBHS, Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Proprr-tin the Uest of Companies. I. S. Hocker, l'resldent; J. J Mclt.jls;rts, Cashier; A A. McKinney, Assistant vushler 80 YEARS XPKRIENOE. omxjvme) MBM (MBIMOMMOMS G. 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