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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897021601 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. 114 SEMI-WEEKL- Y 'VOL. XXV. KtDD'S STORe. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1897. LANCASTER. IN NO. 90 THIS VICINITY. at Brod- - ft. v I P4 1 j i i A ,:(, i i Vlck Owens, night operator at . hoad, studies law between trains. Wo hnvc added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock of General John Northeraft, of Marion, county, Merchandise and are now prepared to sued the man who shot him and got $100 damages. The governor has olTorored a reward , JumoH ( lnrlc uml Arch Walker have for tho murderer of Mrs. Uevine. of Any thing you want from an overy-daplease suit to a wedding outfit. jjone to Louisville to attend tho tohac- - Mercer county. Our stock of ,"IV, ' !llcH' HiilpM a considora- - The daughter of Justin tilth iittwtiint. finm Iwifii -Noe fell in a kettle of boiling soap in """" ImB T tH W'1 C.eorKe W. Go;en preached an Hell county, and died a few hours later. excellent nornion on, "The Chart of Mrs. Lucy Hoburts was burned to a Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glasswnre, Quconsware, &c was never more comp'ete. Sulvullon 'J he concluding crisp In Madison county. She was 80 '( U"h ' Uni'tUrn." years old and an aunt of Dr. Phil Hob-ert"" e,ervc tintll next Sunday Miss Kate, daughter of W. I. Gann, Protracted meeting a the Moth- ai.ionirl.or now acquaintances. h1Ih church U bein-w- el attended and of Casey, died of pneumonia while live Our turnpike mndri never sulTored c Several others of tho family wore down with " auch destructive upheavelHUHlnco the l.''-measles. confessed and ...any nrotracted freeze. Komi that were a mil ill fiiul in.r ii ilium intkiiM.t others are A dispute)! from MIddleburg says ' delight to travelers beforo ure since Vur- - that Mrs. Lizzie Stacy, of Casey, fell KEV. A. V. SIZKMOHK. ; bow.lor.uid Judge W. h. strongly remindful to the pioneers left HH.'ecliIess from her chair and died in a Hev. A. V. Slzemoro preached his perlol. Heavy "on, of your city, uero here last bat- - few hours. of tho L ': H"'0,, '.;v h crof ,0 wagoning has, continuously on long The board of trustees hns of Corbln farewell sermon ut the Baptist church I. Wo are now Solo Agents for tho colebrated Falls Uranch foal and ...... t.,mi.,l. . thonulMtr.it- - Citizen's ?sutlonal Hank, and H. bin- t v 1,VIVL-wiav raised the tax on proiorly from 2o to Sunday from the text: "The grace of I vo noon on mo hick list mil can furnish any other coal desired. Will ,,- - .,r.. th or- - KUl i lovo of .:: ..i... '17J cents per $100, and tho ioll tux the Lord Jesus Christ, and tho are ing the past week, but tho Illness Is not from l to jfl.'i. and the communion of tho Holy God, der now. However, the olllolals rapidly puHhl.ik' repairs on aU the worst 80,;,miM- D. H. Larkln Moore and Joshua Cox, who Spirit be with you all. Amen." It "M! Gen. Collier is hero and after was a touching and ut times pathetic , , , , divisions. by your eorrcpondont were Indicted for the murder of Tlios. elTort and all pronounce it one of tho Jljj In exchange for coal. Call nnd see us beforo buying. We will Save Tho average Jay farmer Is now with-- ? of l ulloKod eool- - Iladwell. In Hell county, 11 years ago, best they ever heard him make. At its You Moncv, out . i doubt tlmt tho c.immlBni.rU.ulM!H,wnl1hh0UB!tGov. Hradley rr.v ncfH and John have just boon arrested at PIneville. conclusion the whole congregation went aro noon to lie realized, In tho phonom W. Yerkes, as Aaron Acellnger, aged IS, shot Ills W in tho LouisW forward and shook his linnd, expressenal pros'icrlty, and bin prices which ville Host. huM n.ent.oiiud that ho did not believe father, Hichard Acellnger, to death ing their regret at his leaving and bid- II Immediately follow a prohibitive must that there was any foundation for tho noarHarbourvillo, because the latter ding him God speed in his new home tarllton nil such farm products as corn, rOJMM't. demanded that the boy should surrenand in his grand work. This lusted wheat, lions, cattle, turnips, iotatK)S, Tho Manhattan Musical Trio had a der a pistol. onions uml Hiring lwuns. Wo would good audience After a long Illness, Mrs. Amanda, nearly an hour and many teurs mingled at Odd Fellows Hall on In tho general sorrow. After his serto by all moans not urne the coinmlClee Friday night and everybody was bighlv wife of J. II. Thomus, died at Danville. mon at night he made u final talk, In Is nNo a good pa forget ginseng. It Among the six children left are W. , entertained by tho excellent inuslet'l which he said lie loved everybody in irioiie hciieuie io e.uuivuiiiuiinuini-Hra,1BUILDING: "ved here when he LnHue Thomas, tho commander of tho Stanford and thanked God that his lot tntoosfrom duty during the months' WUM (llllt4 Vdllllir. lull the only thing lin Kentucky Knights Templar. hud been cast among them: u senti PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. No. 8. Situated Jut outsiduof city limits on a that Northern nrodi.eors are in tne remembered was tho John Hull, of Conlluence. Leslie splendid turnpike and lietwecn town and town clock. market only as consumers, whilst the splendid dwelling, barn and all necessary outbuildcounty, Is the father of 14 children: is ment which llnds prompt reciprocation W. M. Stlwirs. a every man, woman and child in I'nnn So. 1. Sttuatisl in Lincoln county. Ky., ings, ample water for both domestic and stock Southern producers are the only com- died suddenly of prominent farmer, the grand-fathe- r of T.", and the great- - with near Dlx It.vt, cuiiiainliM Slu am, with a tine, 1 his fa no is all good fenco and lu heart disease at his grand-fathe- r town. He Is a good preacher, a good law liricic tlwi'llin, tr pood li.irn.', all necessary high state of cultivation, under Its producing qual- n in fait petitors In selling marketsthe cities homo of lOU, making a grand toxr. near Hryantsville at o'clock A. are first class sorrow. ontlmiliUiiKs, all underfnini n fence; tine orchard of itiesIn addition to and second to none intothe counNorth. careful and prudent ty; aliout ftV) trees made, Hits it is contiguous of llll. He Is SS years of uge. Lon- man and we part with him in the city, M. on Saturday. Tho funeral was tal He and his excellent wife and sister i.'lwtloii ofofactliinated varieties This farm is In a which is a blessing in the way of lielng elo-- e to tho 1M Howell was Induced to ship tho don Keho. Illicit state produce in quali- tine educational and religious facilities, l'rlce cultivation ami preached at Pleasant Grove church on In Newport ty and quantity that ut any farm in Lincoln counhalf cash, balance in and 2 years. greater part of his tolmeco crop last Sunday and tho Out of work and despondent, Joseph leave for Ills new charge remains wore taken to No. 7. Near Crab Orchard, containing 131 acres, Thursday mid mny they llnd as warm ty. 1'ricc ?I0 er acre; terms easy. Ho, howovor. Is holding a few week. Flagel, a tailor, formerly employed at well Improved In every particular and nicely locaNo. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., ted l'rlce 810 icr acre; terms liberal. hogsheads of tho llnest grade as care- the Danville Cemetery for interment. Covington & Mitchell's. Hichmond, friends there as they leave here. well lmirou-all under fence, Tho hearing of proof nnd argument No. 28. Contains 400 acres, tine acres fully assorted by one of the oldest and committed suicide by drowning himSam Jones got $2,000 for his month's well walered, fine Ixnly ot tlmlcr, kind ofof rinr dwelling with S rooms, splendid barn and allbrick outfarming Iniitom, In line condition for any Virgin-la- . on the writ of halaias corpus by which most expert tobacconists of old ciuti In buildings, volumes of never tilling water together products l'rlce SIS ier acre, w ith a boil that will give xatisfactlon lu the yieldWin, SKJiicer, who was horitoncod to self in Gibson's jond Sunday. He was effort to save tho Boston sinners. hand, lialauce In and 2 years. Hob Tucker has completed the teing of any kind of larm products. Situated uu good u Hohominu. Rev. S. S. Condar, of Wabash, Ind., pike, do.- - to school and church, l'rlco 318 jtr Xo. 3. acrvs. Rood grading of his largo the work house for .mO das' by .Judge dious htrippingnnd Mrs. Stuart Duncan, who was Miss htis entered suit for bis salary against excellent Gintains ISOapple orchard Improvements acre; easy terms. water, tine nice location crop and itegun prizing. As before Tot ton some time ago for selling whis- Mamie Lou Grinstead, died in Louis-vill- a the church he resigned the pastorate very productive, about 5 miles from Stantord. 32. More house two stories high, new stock of ky unlawfully, in 10 dllToront cases, l'rico sJ,W0. general merchandise, which will Invoice S2 500; mentioned, very, very few farmers will last week. She vus a daughter of of to go to an cvungellstio work. three dwellings with good stable, ware and buggy seeks his liberty, has been heard by Situated In Lincoln county and contains all outbuildings with lw Induced to continue tho experiment Rev. John Hutching eamo near being 9tNo. 4. all of which Is fine, productive river bot- house andand necessary to each dwelling; thesplenW. E. Grinstead, the wholesale grocer, acres, did wells cisterns Judge IJuruslde for several days, contotal of tllrting with tho capricious Hntnono and had frequently visited Mrs. Frank lynched in Unicoi county, Tennessee, tom, with rpleudid Improvements, all under good amount of land ujon which the buildings stand l fence, plenty of never falllnc water and will pro two acres. Cost of building the store house and nn ultsi.ir'll. nf (irmlMS of HlOtlSt TOtlS cluding Saturday. The decision In the MoKlnneyhoro. for saying "tho Lord directed the bul- duce tine hemp, tobacco and corn l'rlce $2,700; three dnellirgs was 83000 and the land Sl.000. The W,U n,,t l ,,Vtl terms easy present price for all the ab ve proerty 85,000. protlt in tobacco growing and tho llrst 5" Will Simpson was cut across tho let that killed Lincoln.' Tomllnon, Owbloy and Swlne-bo- d who has resolved to sow a plant dl,J'John D. Rockefeller bus donated Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Furbreast by Wllk Collins, in a tight In In thin vicinity hasn't been re- - ,hroa'1 represented Sjiencer and City Hurlun county. Doctors pronounced ii'iO.OOO toward paying oil tho MSG.OOO nished, Rents Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. Attorney Williams answered. There te(J tho wound not dangerous, but he insis- debt resting on the Baptist Foreign and """O" mltjlity nice ioints Involved A co'uplo of our boys demonstrated ted that It would kill him. Ho died Homo Missionary Societies. of necessity ,ind "10 J"11 iri etched with Interest, three days later'. last week that tho stress Georgetown College rejiorts about 30 s IMl VKn vet arouses a fertility of expediency SH?neor attorneys claim that tho cityThe auditor is now threatening to new pupils at the beginning of the sec,4 ordinances do not conform to the Htatvs. (Mjunl to those they gleaned from Hob-- , which puts the number of bring suit for back tuxes for 10 years ond term, rtVa notning, as and Swls Family Hobln- - mt5S- mn uiai ' l.u.n VS. !jl,b00 u mile, tho difference between matriculates for this year beyond .TOO. at o prisoner Is undoubtedly guilty, m son. After lunching they found them- Rev. John Cogswell, un itinerent what the Lexington and Danville pike solves far In the woods with hula frac 'iylng confessed in nine of the cases, company wan to for tho roud, und what evangelist, who preached in such rough , It is believed that the ordinance l .. u ,..,.,. lv.. terms about society women, was ridden i "cen listing it for taxes. - ...,..,! i. i ,,M,in tvi.i... i... i... . With every precaution, tho mutch force, Tt'mM "ink'ly. On tho on n rail by tho young men of Lincoln novei' 1 notwithstanding there are some fniled them and the elder boy tuw no heels of u suit against his daughter for county, Kas. Vnl.l. that am lathi..- - ti, m altornaton but that one tramp a mile to holds In a church near Mt. Savage, a Morth unnouncement of that the prisoner is lawfully con - (livomj was tho nearest house. Tho younger tho Kmnent of Rev. Cadeaman mon elder while preaching knocked a m. lined and has dismissed the writ. Wo solicit a sharo of your patronage. equal to tho emergency. Starting the Give us a call. Pope, of Millersburg College. Tho lighted lamp from tho pulpit. Tho R elder In quest of a Hint, ho eviscerated building was burned and he was perschool will continue the session out. MT. VERNON, a cartridge to obtainu supply of powiA Upon the recommendation of Con- haps fatally hurt. m der, llshed some cotton from padding Court will continue until Thursday gressman McCreary, Lieut. Vestol, U. A Stanford minister preached on And Infant and Invalid Foods. Fresh stock always on hand. and vs of his coat, provided some tinder A erson In bloomers Is attracted at S. A., of North Carolina, lias been ai- - "Peter as a Fisherman" und "Modern m when the Hint was produced, proceeded lentiou in the California Mlnstrel pointed Military Instructor at Central Anuniuses" Sunday. Ho evidently anQZ to strike a blaze with tho tlrst stroke of Troujie. m University, Hichmond, in place of ticipates tho opening of the Spring m Two juries hiient Sunday ut the Mill- - dipt. Henry S. Wygunt, resigned Ho llshing season. Paris News. the knife and tho dilemma was but a trilling episode. er iioie.. uno is out in u.o Txiu ease will assume his duties March 4th. The Rev. W. II. .Childers, ofPini.-villund tlieotlier in the Damerou case. lias been holding a revival meetDAUGHTERS of tho American RevMr. .1. W. Itukor returned from a ing at Harlan for tho last 12 duys,vliioh CRAB ORCHARD, olution who will attend tho annual con- trip to Missouri hist week, acco.np.i-- ! closed with 81 professions. This Is one vention in Washington, D. C, on1 nled by his son, William, who has been ' S01110 ot c'rab Orchard's dudes had of the most wonderful meetings ever A Ilnndbo.ne Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each fl0s Worth of Goods. Washington's birthday should lienr in visiting In tho West. to 8,y I" ,)e(l Sunday. Clean shirts hold at that place. We have just opened a large and comprehensive stock of mind that tho Ches'tipeako & Ohio Is in denmnd. Dr. Grant, who is stopping at the WOro Dr. J. W. McGarvey preached a serj and Con- - fjuiltti Tffiiijt li.u It. i. m tho only lino from Lexington t lie rrestiyterlans gave a canity par- nion on divorce yesterday utthe Broadtnli.1 ii till "iMMi itwiinut muniivit tral Keutucky with through tra .. Mi - woi.k h,1C0 fiu in.,vaU Thu Dl, ,U1S ty at tho residence of Mr. R. L. Co- way Christian church which startled vice to w asningiou wuuoui, i:imnt--. viM.,0, here for years und always llnds llier Friday night, to raise funds, for his congregation by the energy and diI5R10-BRAO, AC. The C. V O. bus two limited vestibuled plenty of work to do. supplying their Sunday school with rectness with which tho lux divorce The lad es are especially invited to see our now lino o! Dining Taulos, ' . ,.,. .... ,. trains each way dally and the tlmo to books und iwiners. Thov will have laws were denounced. Courier-JournaRockers, Enameled Beds. Easles, Pictures, Ac Picture Frames u.vle to order Work u and from Washington Is several hours Dv A G LovcH and price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades. Iind ,H.Caelilng once a month by Rev. II. N. Tlnu(, quicker In each direct on tlmn via any The Rov. W. .1. Loos, who for sever,MUlllB0Iliel hep ' Faulconer, of Danville. ontol.,uIned by & CO. other line, nesuie aiming me luunj n h)nor ()f hc bIrth(, Mw. Slaughter ent to Montgomery, al vears was editor of the Christian , ' solic-- . g Guide, has been appointed State potty annoyances Incident.! to eh.ing-Mlss A1Ieo Lowlri ,eft yeiJl0lliy for Ala., Sunday to llvo with her daugh-invA AL . cars and depots, etc. Heforo making Hq ter, .Mr- -. j. L McKlnney, who has pur- - Itor for the Christian Church Orphan's , 7AIS jw Mo Sl;Uo u Ql. r Cstcin ur m ' . u map und time , ,,,,..,,. HJLi ,.r ., chnsed u lovelv homo in Montiromorv Home, which needs funds badly for its uny arrangement, get .... v aaauw n k4r.i it demands, table of tho C..V O. unit comparo tno DI l " "J' LlviiiL'stou 10 ut.'and Is dolljjhtodat tho Idea of having increasedS. Tlnsley, our State Sunday tel fm advantages ollorcd. Low round trip Thad. T. J. Hal aid, of Goooh- - mother to care for In her declining rites will bo made for delegates. call tend court. school evangelist, closed a very success hrJ years. Dan Slaughter eamo up from land, was In town last week. For further particulars write or ful meeting for the church ut Ludlow on George W. Harney, division pass. j,., Wm ciuro has moved to tho . thllt eltl' to uccompuny her. BY agent C. it O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. Mooro visucu herdtiugh- - oi January 23, resulting in "0 addiium-.Evans rami, occupying tho residence tl3P Mra- - Charles Singleton, the past tions, 40 by confession and baptism. rm... x'..... ',...lr W.n.lil .iu It mi iiu vacated by Mr. Wm. Gentry, who has j Lexington Messenger. ........... ..in i. ....ii. moved back to liis farm on Skunir'n weok Hev. A. B. Anderson is quite Grand old "Uncle Joe" Hopper, who ' contemplates feeble. Misses Annie .Taylor and lluntaud costly social function that Creok is known and loved all over Kentucky, derar of Stan tord, are Bue.t-- of a farm oil the Evans farm York bus over known was the fan- has been conducting a series of meet"a,m soiling a pari oi ins larm to Kiuer """ "" .1 ball irlvun bv Mrs. Uradlov t. sjient Sunday here. Mrs. America Mc ings ut the Presbyterian church In Martin at tho Warldorf. About SOO s,ultl u,mU Llttl Marguerite Lovell's clothing Whorter, who has been visiting her Versailles, which bid fair to be propeople were there, of whom more thun llro whllo playing In tho tire children, left for her homo in Laurel ductive of great good. Largo congre450 were women. The ball placed about wmiflit . E. Perkins' gations have greeted him, and have eounty Sunday. Mr. ttnniMNiiii.li-nti1iit!ii!i- . Tho ball be.ran with a celluloid comb. The comb la- Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridle?, oe giaa to near tnat lie is listened with unllugging attention to tntilnlirht and ended ut ft o'clock. tilted and In a moment the llttlo one's trienus win Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. fashion" religion ho' a was h ,hl,uedr "'Other, lieai-- of improving fast and sutlers but little the simple, "old meeting will continue1 Therefore its pleasure cost at tho rate expounds. The lnfcr 0' er,esi with riiro presence of with his broken limb. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se $100,000 an hour. Tho cost to thu some days longer, and If the.ro aro any u,lm extinguished tho ilumcs beforo was about 12o,000. Them was liostess It Is 83 ycurs Friday since Abraham persons in Versailles who have nover isy.?-'?r.t.r.f.r''?- i MXf M'Sr'rf 'Vr b' "J10"1 dumujjo was done, n v.ibt deal of display, very little origi- p rinkley is liero agaiu d Lincoln, who us long us tho universe lieainl "Uncle Joe," wo udvise them to, h'- - Mi nullty, much stlirnesa and formality exists will be known and his memory There have been six conver-'eneo. .Mr. Wm. Smith revered as "Tho Grout Emancipator," uttend. Sun. j tur ll 0"t, very little fun." sions. . fell from tho top of his barn, badly in- saw tho light of day in a llttlo log himself. Mr. Jim Thompson first February Is a short month, and yet it THE SOUTH. A Spanish convoy train wus blown up T HE GREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL cabin in Hardin county, Ky.; and rs jsm r hussrebs or CKASUmS HOLDING FINE POSITION!). contains four Sundays, four Saturday und sister, of Gnrrard county, aro tr S r by the Cubans and 50 Spanish bold let's r 't r rrr,ryJfSj-cUrrv- ' lull holidays, in uing Miss Molllo Haker. Mr. Ab throughout the United States, organi- captured. When tho Cubans recog- and BY THE LEADING BUSINESS MEN OF RECOUMENDCD 28, on which busl- - Sparks wus in town Sunday. Mr. W. zations composed of men of all politiall 10 days out of tho THE COUNTRY, in command . nized the Spanish otllcer mcntion cq(Ss WANTip. 'BOISS ncss Is mostly susiiended, and on which C Mulllus was'in town lust week. Mr. cal parties and beliefs united in doing uuu commercial paper is not legally paya- - Glllinun Gllpon is a candidate for jail-bl- honor to tho memory of tho presldont US UI1U IHIUUUU itMll.VJ.. 100 paclticoes, they cut him to er who gave his life for his country. vi-n-l.l- Fred Monnott returned from Nor-ulnosdny, after nearly six walk, O., .....b- it t.. i.u imiiMiUi mill early bovi.iMMi friends. ll Mcema Unit our paternal intinlpii- luturri carry their dlsorlinlnutlnjr lmr- tialltysouugrai.tly far us to Imitate the jjro.it phototype, Noah, is ntlll do- .t "tuuiij uijiiiki i..M.iiu.- -H.mi"und nil who live near him. How closely the cold weather . conlln- ed our country friends If otnpiiusi.eu by the nad news that our neighbor's Mrs. -- Mm. Walker Lyon-n.otof Madison county, wan burled Jones, two weeks ago. Mrs. dones was often a visitor, and had many warm friend. W - lUffnoy went t( Cney county to soo his father, Muj. R 13. Jtljjnoy, w, ma "u" HU' "1 wmo tlmo M'1! A; tlmt tho to-' t wurchutimi, which was lined at Loisvillo for crooked work, i not one f tlHO wh ch he re,)rcH6,t MJ- ' I)vhl Ho,.--, Gun. Tl.omus Gray dropped dead fr I'erryvllle, P LifiOLI y, o, ... hor, """ Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. I four-year-o- ld """ y-t- orday. '; s. I ! !.' o - nnto-MoAila- m t.t..w I - "l Hi Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, n f 1 7i'lt1iii:l;'I FARRIS St HARDIN, Faffs Branch Coaf. if - I Take Farm Products H. BAUGHMAN St M m J. CO. ..... REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.1 INTERIOR JOURNAL ... "' 1BIWW toll-gat- - pur-lose- s. 111 210,-00- 0, 1 I two-stor- y ono-tlilr- d 1 - ui' (Mon-farm- er (..., - trBest m ' Work, Lowest Prices, Prompt Deliveries. PHARMACY. I ..- I I ,,!., PRESCRIPTION m , I m I DRUGS & TOILET ARTICLES m m ( e, GIVEN lmMkMmii4 : A Side-Hoards, W. B. MoROBERTS, II AWAY I - Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, ,. .,, l. , J. A. BEAZLBY !)! Lancaster, Ky. - - "' ( Avv vA'A wjjjtiju - . UDDGKCAKinG I ur. I -- ....,.,,,,. I g Cre Sal-Ne- w J J. c. M'CLARY, : 1 """ - "i.u I Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. ! - jyf' - af-un- ''r ri I jm-ln- YrfmiffJfnu .r ?""' we to t- , e. jW ''T - - xf--X W .' ir-r- t IJfcl--g- ' jua,::-- W we imm.iu )mmt r j"'" -- . . -- .- U cantIt is probable that Secretary of State The collapse of the rail pool has rep. How fully the spirit of lawlessness is Carnogie-Rockfelltrust, of JOURNAL' abroad in the land and how absolutely Olney will accept the professorshipCar- ed the a combined capital Of over resenting fact International Law nt Harvard. THE INTERIOR unchecked-i- t goes, is shown by the for 3100,000,000, to cut tho price of rails In York that a few davs nco 150 men rode into lisle will practice law in Newany more less than a week from $25 to 317. ; Vanceburg and proceeding to the rcs- - he doesn't like Kentucky Dr. Duestrow, tho millionaire, contold him uiin.o iitu f.!i.MiHmi nt t'ovinuton last Ky, Fkii. 6, 8q7 idonceof the county judge, 25 miles fall. victed of murdering his wife and child, Stanford. 't.li nt tliov had hist ridden unless tho govwill bo hanged and that Throo policemen were summoned to and destroved live pre- - ernor of Mibsourl grants a respite until they would continue to tear them down the Tennessee Senate chamber to W. P. WALTON. nn application can oe mauo 10 mo u. if all the galea wore not immediately vent threatened trouble between two,S. supremo court. thrown open. The republican olllcial, officials. A Stuto Senator had remark- At Guthrie, Sunday, Mac lallaforro ami their friends do not who is a candidate for ed that thesu.iertntendent of public InThe convicts ..... .. "- -. . cow- - Kiueu w. u. wj. seem to think that when Gov. Bradley agreed to do all in his jiower to that t.Mi..ttin wim n brute, u ruffian, u I I.I.... ... ,.ll. ..int.. ili.t iilTniitlniw (if lilri IU mvm.v v..w .... SVUIVIll Recently he end, the same time promising them urd and a few other things says "No" he means it. at county, BUI A ford The populists have full swing In the wife. In Warren refused to pardon Frank Scarce, the immunity from arrest and prosecution. Merldeth by way Lexington forger, and again he has This is a beautiful state of utTairs and Kansai Legislature and promise to shot and killed D.ive of sottllnganold grudge. In Breathitt legislabeen called upon to pass upon the grows worse dally. How to check it is turn out some novel samples of Harriott was killed by Ho promptly turned down the a problem, but unless it is, and soon, tion. The Senate Is considering a bill county. Miles In a quarrel over a dog. case. Newton Trusty usestablishapplication Baying that if he theso same scamps who are now de- to prohibit the State printer from ed the precedent, contended for in it, stroying will before long bo ing typesetting machines. A bill to family needed his servi- destroying other prlvnto property or eomiHil farmers to do their reaping FHRM AND TKRDE, that is that his s ho would make a good cit- appropriating it to their own use. instead of with reapwith ces and that Forty-on- e horses have trotted in 2:10 ers would be as reasonable. izen, if pardoned, nearly every other or faster In races. Senator C. J. Bronston has at last convict could present a similar plea. It Newcastle, 2:)1!, has 22 races and observe in this obtained Wisdom. Last fall he sought is very gratifying to News Briefly Told. $lfi,a')0 to bis credit. nnnmwtlnn. that Gov. Bradley has let her, but her father objected and alThe wheat iiroijiocts In this county Merchant's National at Helena, Mont, up to a great extent in the pardoning though the day was set, the engageare quite jioor at present. business. Ho grants but lew 01 anj ment was declared off, the public being "busted." C. Vanoy sold to John Johnson, of Stuart says the i,i.wi n.i.1 nnno when the chartre is car assured that It was on account of the 2." lambs for $100. weapons, as the illness of the prospective bride. Since fight will be pulled off at Carson City. Boyle, 20 owes and rying now emAlix, 2:03!, will be campaigned this Over 2,750,000 jwrsons are attorney in the Leba- then the old man has crossed the river Inyear. Mortis Jones will handle her. non Hstrint. knows to his sorrow. Let to rest under tho Bhado of tho trees, ployed in the famine relief work in Win. Matheny has lost several hogs , . UUtU iw 1nmm thnt nardons arc the Innvlnrr tita flillirrhfnt flt'AVl.OOO. j nnil Sat- - dia. uu nil""" "" I (, II '"fo "" Hon. J. Rundolph Tucker, a Virginia with cholera in the last week or two. and very urdnv the counle were married In St. nvnnntinn frmtnad of tho rule, is dead at Carroll Bailey sold to II. J. Darst a many persons, who would otherwise Lol,i8. The bride, who was Miss Belle statesmun of great renown, gelding by Pence for $115. break tho law, would be uoterreu irom wisdom, of Paducah, is about .J years Lexington. Moore, of the Northern seed oats, clover, timothy u Thr lurtes don't often err in mm of age and qulto an attractive woman. The wife of s seed at B. K. Woaron Kentucky Legislature, died suddenly nnd ing verdlcta of guilty. Their error is & Son's. LYMAN Gage, McKlnley's secretary near Cynthlana, principally In the other extreme. The lamb season Is now on In all Its of tho treasury, has been shown not An energetic Newport woman kept a of the State only to be a bimetalist, but an anarch- baby as a ransom for a board bill. It glory and farmers tell us most all that Chairman Johnston, como are saved. Central Committee, is rising to the de- - ist as well. He is said to have signed worked like a charm. m,olnn - UIU to pardon W. F. Powers sold his farm of 110 treaty will be talked i. Ol .!. uwwi nnA tf lllsltber- i,uu petition asking The arbitration luanUS is adopted, we may yet see an the fiends who made Chicago's streets to death this session and adopted next ncres near Kingston, to Sam Lackey at al policy $12. Fantagraph. ihn Inmocrats of Kentucky marching run red witn Dioou. xne irau oi me as a republican victory. At S. D. Clay's sale In Bourbon 31 Editor M. F. Conley, of tho Louisa shoulder to shoulder against tho com- serpent seems to bo over them all. druggist mnliM Mild at an average of $07.50 and says that "every voter News, Is editor, postmaster, mon enemy. Ho In a long letter in yesterday's six yearlings at $21 each. and jeweler of his town. will bo given an opportunity to choose urnal, President M. H. Smith Several contracts have been made democracy and republicanism. Incendiary fires at Dallas, Tex., An between scalpers fore and destroyed 30 buildings, including the for lambs to be delivered Juno 10 at 5 our party differences havo scores the pestiferous Whatever aft and shows up their dishonest pracLo-- s $100,000. cents. -- Winchester Democrat. been, democrats prefer standing toNewton Dean, of Frankfort, Invested republican party. tices. He is heartily in favor of tho FOR Sale. 52 nice, long yearling gether against the bill now before Congress his pension money In a jag and died steers. Will weigh about 700 pounds. State convention, Tho delegates to the hopes to see it n law. suddenly in the work house. R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. which willcraeet within the next six and diffct-encWilliam Robinson bought 130 barsound money demoFive men. including a constable, are will harmonize theso months, If the according to the democratic prin- crats of Boyle fuse with tho republi- under arrest In Montgomery county for rels of corn from W. W. Stephenson ut $1.15. Harrodsburg Democrat. ciples, for democratic success." Let cans, as is protiosed, it will show that the murder of J. M. Cockram. aged nine, is O. P. Huffman bought of Mark HarHenrv Hollinj-swortmoderation and wisdom prevail and we the last ono of them is a republican at long getting together, es- heart and ought never to have held in inil at Whitesburg, this State, din a bunch of hogs at 2!c. and of B. shall not bo F. Dalton some butcher stuff at 2Jc. pecially when it Is considered what a membership in the party of the people. charged with shooting his cousin. WHHa nrnnk killed his father with Judge A. R. Burnam, of Richmond, mess the republicans are making of Both Gov. Bradley and John W. an ax In Leslie county, for speaking BOu to A. Wilds, of Now York, nis thinjjs. Yerkes deny tho industriously printed slightingly of tho boy's sweetheart. trotting mare, Vlspanla, 2: 14, for $1,afThe court of appeals has at lastand story that they do not speak as they A Lexington school board committee ww Walker Bros., of Garrard, bought of nass bv. But it was useless. Even the lurnoil ilnu-- a oroDosltlon to abolish firmed tho decision that Jackson a Woodford man, a fox hound for $25, must hang for tho murder ot wavfarine man though a fool knew that corporal punishment In the schools. Walling or about $10 more than a weanling mule Pearl Bryan, whose headless body was it was a weak invention of an enemy. The total subscriptions of all kinds brings. near Newfound more than a year ago Exjkm!- IN China no one who has not paid his to the Tennessee Centennial The 31H1 trotters sold by Woodard it port. Only two avenues of escape from holiday tlon now umount to about $1,000,000. now remain for the fiends. debts is permitted to join In a Shnnklin at Lexington, last week averthe gallows Tho corKO has changed tho river's aged $U3.70. It was the best sale in a governor to pardon or celebration. If such a law prevailed One is for tho may long time. reprieve, neither of which ho is likely in this country, holidays would be dull course at Evansvillo, and the city appeal to the and dreary affairs, with few to cele be cut of from the stream permanent Gus Maccy has abandoned the idea of to do, and tho other is to ly. United States. brate them. opening a training stable at Louisville supreme court of tho Tho McCrcary Guards of Frankfort, and will continue to train at Versailles. possible, on the ground The latter is Judge Jewell, of Lexington, was to bo ready to inarch that if they are guilty of crime at all, never more satisfied than now tnat havo been ordered governor didn't tell HIh string this year will be a daisy. 1, but tho A number of Muldraugh's Hill fruit it was committed outside of Kentucky "Politics Is h 1." State Inspector March men report that half the buds were killjurisdiction, and may bo done if the Lester has stopped the payment of $SO0 them where to. Fitzsimmons has failed to put up his ed during tho recent cold snap, hut a $1,500 necessary to procure a transcript fees that he presented to the State. $2,500 side bet on the fight with Cor-be- tt suilicient munlier left for an abundant of proceedings in the of tho 4,000 pages and it is believed that the Austra crop of jieaches. case can bo raised. Gov. Bradley will at POLITICS. lian is getting shy. day for the execution. Dogs got into George R. Fugleman's once fix tho The wife of Editor J. W. Zollar, of South Dakota, and Western and sheep a few nights ago and killed 10 The fact that Judge Jumes Denton, of Robertson county. Is a candidate for Northern Minnesota were in tho grasp K'sides mangling a number of lambs. of a blizzard Saturday. Railroad traf He wants a dog law, but will never get Somerset, has announced his candida- school superintendent. The House increased from $.(0,000 to fic is indefinitely delayed. cy for circuit judge in that district, It. the more's the pity. At Upton, in Larue county, Barney gives color to tho report that Gov. $100,000 the appropriation for experi W. A. Arnold, a popular stock buyer Bradley will appoint Judge Thomas Z. menting with rural free mall delivery. Hornback tried to force his way into of Pendleton county, jumped from a Horace J. Poor, tho present populist Jake Woodt' house and was filled with rapidly moving train and was Instantly Morrow U. S. Senator. Otherwise it would bo useless for any other man to representative from Pendleton county, bird shot by the hitter. killed. Ho thought he could get off at Frank Howard, of St. Paul, dreamed a station tho train did not stop. offer for the circuit judgeship as long will bo a candidate for State Senator to as Judge MorrowJ. wants it. He is a succeed Senator Elliston, of Grant that his house was afire and ho jumped JcfsiLynnis back from Salisbury, window. Every hone N. from a third-storvery solid citizen with his constituency county. C, where he disposed of 22 of Hon. Walter Elrod has been appointed to In his body was broken. and very popular everywhere. The J. S. Owsley's mules at a little over governor could do no better than to ap- fill out the unexpired term of Sheriff In a Hirht, which was the result of an $70. He left J. P. Harer to sell the failold irrudire. Willis Gilpin shotand kill remaining 20. Mr. Lynn reports a very point him or Ycrkes to the house of William Cooper, of Pulaski, who wagering our wuges ed to file his bond in time. ed Kolley Bowles and was himself mor uull market. lords, and we are It Is said that George W. Stone, of tally wounded near Campbellsville. selects tho one or the other. that he The famous old race horse, Tom Leitchfleld, will be appointed by Gov. Charles Bishop, the actor, arrested Bowling, died near Bowling Green last At Algoma, Mich., rival factions Bradley to succeed Hon. C. J. Norwood at Muysville for abduction of a Michi week, age 27 years; sire and dam Lexcontended for tho use of the church. as State Inspector of mines. gan girl, was given three years In tho ington and Lucy Fowler. Ho was tenOne side got it tho other night and was Theeommltteo on elections unani penitentiary at his trial at Jackson, derly cared for during tho last few worshipping in duo form, when in a mously authorized a report in the Wat- - Mich. years of his life. twinkling the house was empted as if 8 contested election ease in Dlllard Rainey was sentenced at Capt. B. F. Robinson and Col. W. G. by magic. Tho other side had procur- favor of Black, the sitting member. Winchester to hang for killing Aaron Anderson, two of the oldest stock dealed a skunk, and raising a window, Tho president has nominated Carroll Adams. His father is serving a life ers In the country, their combined ages hurled it into tho church. Now the D. Wright to be commissioner of labor sentence for tho part he played In the reaching nearly 150 years, were on Satneither side statistics. This is a effluvium is so intense-tha- t tragedy. urday's K. C. bound for Cincinnati Its olfactories by taking pos- Mr. Wright having served 12 years. will risk Bears found their way Into the kitch with several cars of hogs and butcher session. Meanwhile, the grand jury Ib An exchange eavs that provided pres en of nines, near stuff, which they bought In Gurrard at taking a hand. ent indications do not miscarry, Preside- Wllkesbarre, Pa., and upsetting the 2 to 3c for tho hogs and 2 to 3o for tho nt-elect McKinley will givooutubout $10,000 summer resi c vttle. Emmett Logan in a white hat. Ye 700 appolntments.this year and 49,300 stove burned the Danville Court. There was condence. Goda and little fishes ! He will be ono disappointments. When Dlllard Raney, who killed siderable demand for good cattle at of them and says: The Kentucklans In The mountalnjpapers now arc dull, Aaron Adams, heard his verdict of Danville yesterday; tho best selling at tho Inaugural parade will wear white dreary and unprofitable to the average Saturday ho re- 4.10. These sold privutely, but some slouch hats like tho notable tile worn reader, They contain little but an deuth at Winchester d jury ought to bo Bold publicly at 4c. There were "That d by Gov. Bradley. This Is done as a del- nouncement of candidates, every other marked: about 200 on tho market. Butcher in hell." to tho republican man secming-tohavicate compliment m,u,,..n .,...! cin.'a flint. Plnu'iinn stuff brousrht 2 to 21 cents; fccderB the itch forofllcc. leader who first reclaimed tho State In an interview in the Washington and Beck, of San Francisco,-whclaim ii to 4e. Mules and plug horses were from democratic rule. Post John B. Thompson talks sense to have Invented und successfully test-- , dull at any price. Tho crowd was falr- j" n ' T1 C2.It.-i- IV i rritonrl enn ftf thn when he says that Gov. Bradley is the ed a Hying machine, stole tho model . IntellcctualJ.republican in Ken from him I hnvo given Chamberlain's Cough first governor of Kentucky and a cous- - most ami consider it one of fair Tho fire loss of tho United States and IJeniedy ahost test Col. Isaac Shelby, of this county, tucky, a tine lawyer and a good man. in of that I coIlaise of tho Canada for tho month of January, as the very foundremedies for croupalways As a result Ono doc has died Saturday at Adrian, Mo. Ho was have ever wag- compiled pool is from from daily records, been sufficient, although I use it freely. a native of Kentucky and played a steel 3,000 it announced that the employes of tho Pennsylva umounts to $12,010,700, about a million Any cold my children contract yields es of prominent part in the struggle for the very readily to this medicine I can conIron Company will be cut 10 per more than last year. Lost Cause, as well as coming up to nia scientiously recommend it for croup and 1. And prosperity has cent. March Things are coming Gen. Alger's way. colds in children Guorgo E. Wolff, clerk tho full measure of citizenship since. come too ! It is sad. He has been given tho cabinet honor ho of tho circuit court. Fernandina, Fla. Tho lHth annual report of tho Civil coveted, and he has just won a suit by So.d by Craig & Hocicor, Druggists. The present is a billion dollar Congress too, though at present it is far Service Commission shows tho total which he will receive $103,000 with InMr. Ward L. Smith, of Frcderickstown, from a billion dollar country. The ap- number of positions In the civil branch terest for Boven years. Mo., was troubled with chronic dinrrluva $1,045,-00of tho government to be 178,717 propriations so far amount to Several months ago a bug got In tho for over 30 years. Ho had become fully with 15 more days of the session 87,107 uro in tho classified service and ear of Mrs. William Swun, of Elkhart, satisfied that it was only a question of a ho would havo to give for the appropriators to get In their 01,010 unclassified. Ind., and she was unablo to get It out. short time until The Now York Journal perpetrates She left It there, It laid eggs and now up. He had been treated by somo of the work. best physicians in Europe and America, monstrosity: From Kentucky her heud is full of insects. hut got no permanent relief. One day he The Interior Journal, has a hot this comes the that Charles A. Jackson committed sui- picked up a newspaper and chanced to tip and a straight tip from Frankfort Boylo will notannouncementcabinet. Mr. go into tho read an advertisement of Chamberlain's It that an extra session of the Legislature is difficult to understand what Mr. Mc- cide In a novel way at New Orleans. Lolic, tjnoiera ana uiarrixra Itemedy. lie will be called, but is not at liberty to Kinley would want with a Boylo in his Ho made a bed In his bath tub, got a got a bottle of it, the first dose helped him namo the date. Now let tho cabinet as long as he has tho Sherma- good novel, turned the gas on and read and ita continued use cured him. For sale by Oralg & Hocker, Druggists. peace. n-Alger running sore. as he was being asphyxiated. politicians possess, their souls In er .GRAND. I to-da- y, toll-gat- es Drawing Prices. ! Our past week's business forcibly demonstrates tho fnct that tho iteoplo will buy if t e good are right am! prices cheap enough Wo will attempt to eclipse our Inst irnnlf'iao itltni-l- . ... In. en..!..-- .. It.t i. i.v 1...U..O .i .....h.....-t- ,i 1 .(,, 1 IOC. A 45c. pair of Ladies' a wool Mittens; worth 2oc. For Ladies' Union Suits; worth 75c Each for ladies' ribbed vests and pants, a grade usua ly Pair for nice lace curtains, 2J yards long; worth 75c. Pair for a better lace curtain, 3J yards long; worth $1. Mild nt 20c. 50c. 75c. 75c. 35c. 35ct toll-gat- es hand-sickle- Per garment foral For ull-vo- -- wool carlet whirls and drawers, rogulnrly sold nt 11.25. All othur Undorwcnr in proportion Merino shirt? for men; well worth COc. 5y"Now is the time to buy your Corbett-Fitzslmmo- ns con.-enle- d SI. We were never better equipped to supply tho wants of the pcop c. Huya a nice Dongoln patent tip Shoo for ladies; worth II 50. -- 81, For a f 1 five-year-o- ld 25c. $ to Pebble nnd glove grnln Shoe, hcol orNpring heel. For ladles' nnd gents' overgnilvrs: worth 50c nnywhere. 75 er 25c and 60c hr chl droit's 93 shoes. In Blue-Gras- Buys you Just what you wnnt in the men's Shoo line, chocolate colore Now Is tho time to buy black, tan nnd ...... And other Winter clothing. OITKRCI OATli t Overcoats for IS; 110 ovcrcoatH for 0, IS ovcrcontn for 5; 3 50. Hoys' overcoats from 15 up. Hoys' knee pants sull-l- , ( The last cut nnd a deep one too; crnno and take jour pick nt Gjc on the II. overcoats for 13. Courier-Jo- $12 S 1 sixes 0 to post-offic- e. anti-scalp- er es so-call-ed h, For boys' knee pants suits in neat gray eflects, sizes 4 to 14 years. $3.25 For youths' long pants suits In nent cheviot in stores cut from J5 20C For boys' kneo pants; better qualities 40c nnd 50c Wo have on hands tho biggest line of K ATS since we havo been established here, Men's A'pine, extra fine felt fur stock In black and browns nt 75c. Men's crushers nt 50c. nice fur and well worth double tho ntnount Wo havejuit received six dozen hats in crushers nnd Alpine shapes, black and brown, which will feel the keen edge of the knife, go this week nt 25c. Don't fall to como this week nnd wo will prove beyond tho shadow of a doubt that wo always havo nnd always will toll cheaper than anybody else. .50 I - THE LOUISVILLE A. UKIIANSKY & ST0RL. Emi- n CO , PaormCTORs T. I). HANKY, Ma.hmikh. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthlana, Versailles, nence, Georgetown, Klizabethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mauckort, Ind. H LOOK AT THIS. GOODS TO GIVE AWAY. Valuable Goods Given away with Coffee and Baking Powder. y Fine Decorated Bowl and s. Pitcher With one Pound of Coffee. HANDSOME LAMP with one Powder. Como nnd sf o for yourself. 15c can of Baking ck HIGG-IN- S & McKINNBY. Is V 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" drugs only, 2. Tho druggist'who sells some good drugs and tomo 'cheap" ones, 3. Tho druggist who sells nothing but good drugs and chnrges only whnt they're worth. 4 The so called cxcluslvo druggist who sells good drugs generally, and never forgets to load them down with exorbitant prices. We belong to tho third kind. Ourprices and goods nro right. ' o .. of-lth- I. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Doors, Sash and Blinds, . JL.XJ3AS: Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Etc. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. through the planer and sized. Studing and Joist run one side all seasoned stock. Boxing dressed 0, pot-hou- se A.C.SINE, -- Stanford, Kv. A lwrtmMiii mmmui WM)MMfcMM fZ.rfc. "7" "IK' f.M, 1 ,y "' ' "i . - r ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., Fun. 16, 1897 Danks for Sterling silvor spoons. TllY us for cash. House and lot Court-houH- on Whltlov Avenue In Stanford, well Improved, will bo sold o on Square, to the highest Foil good llro Insurance and prompt bidder, Monday, Feb. 1, circuit court day. C. C. Withers. payments call on R. 11. Mahony. Farrls & Hardin. E. 0. Wai.tonHi'sinixs Manaukk. I I WILL sell rough lumber and shingles as low usnnyhody. A. C. Slue. You should take jour prescriptions PoiiiiyH drug store wi.ero prompt nml to and typewriting done correctly and reasonably at tho Inter Stenography ior Journal otllce. htvIcc V Is guaranteed PERSONALS. I WILL soil you best (anility steel roofing nearly as cheap n you can buy shingles. A. C. Sine. t It. M. Nkwland spoilt Sunday In Ll'MHKit, framing and boxing, strii-po- d Lebanon. and nearly seasoned, $ per hunA. C. Ai.roitn, of Casey, Is with dred feet. II. J. MoRoburtH. " friends hero. Miss Kate Ulain tells us that it Hon. .1. N. Saunuhhs sjcnt several takes about 1,000 to pay tho public duja InSpringlieltl. Hi:V. AND MllS. .I.T.S1IAKKAKI1 went schools teachers of Lincoln this year. m 9 m to Louisville Suturduy. THE Caledonians will glvu an enter1 Miss Suhik Laklkv spent several ilnj'8 with friends in Louisville. Miss Haciihi. Am.ison wont over to Lexington to hour Nordlen. Miss Hattik Uuhst, of Crab Orchard, Is with Mm. V. U. Penny. Miss Lucy I'knninoto.v, of the Kast Knd, is with MUs Hottlo Rochester. Dil. W. S. tainment at tho court-hous- e next Saturday night, to which overylwdy is invited. ' LOOK Heiii:. You can buy your corn, hay, outs (seed or feed), cow feed and the best and cheapest coal, nut and lump, at Noel & Son's. 1 Last Call. You must pay your 1890 tax on or before March 10th, 1897, or caster, Biwnt Sunday with her brothers your projorty will bo advertised. T. hero. Miss Alma Cans and Mr. Herbert D. Newland, S. L. C. Gann, of Somerset, are with tho Misses There are five Stanfords In the Hook. United States besides this one. They Misses Ida and 1'khmkma aro in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, of Hoylo, are visiting Mm. T. A. Missouri and Montana. Coulter. Say, we are loaded up on Dried Mils. Kl.LKN KVANSnndMrs. Ltezle MeAllstor returned from Lexington Fruits, Beans, Hominy, Grits and all Hkazley and wife, of LanWkh-KTr.l- t, yentordny. Mil. JOHN F. Fkith, of Ilrodhond, Ik kinds of Canned Goods. Comu and see us. Warren Shanks. t visiting his sister, Woven wire and 0.1k picket fence, O'Hannon. thu most economical fenco in thu marMits. IlKTrn: McKiNNKY has boon ket. I am selling It at about cost of M. Hright's, but is manufacturing. quite ill nl Mr. Sine. A. Mrs. Dr. W. H. bettor now. C - Mil. S. L. LlASTIN was down from I I ;! re , r i I Collision. Tho second section of Miss Viuoi.nia Bowman, of Dan- freight No. .'.1 ran Into tho roar of tho ville, Is the guest of Mrs. James Wat first section K'tweon East Bornstadt son and Miss Eleanor Coleman.- - Iajy and Pittsburg Thursday evening and Ington Leader. badly demolished tho onginu and MlSHKS ANN1K McKlNNBY, Atltllo Engineer Jones, who jumped, Dunn, Esther Hiirch and Mario War was slightly hurt. Tho llagman's careren left yesterday for Lebanon, O., to lessness caused tho wreck. enter the National Normal School. CIRCUIT COURT will begin next MonMus. William CJkku writes to her son, Vincent, that she does not like day and Clerk .las. P. Bailey tells us Lebanon Junction and that she will there aro 70 Commonwealth cases, only oon return to Stanford and either buy one for murder, that of Frank Brooks for killing John Novels, six divorce or build. Missks Anni: and Fannik Shanks cases, four white and two colored, IM leave this week for Now Orloiini to old equity, 110 old ordinary, 20 equity sjK'iul few weeks with the hitter's sU uppourancoH and 14 ordinary appeartor, Mrs. T. A. Woe, and attund the ances on tho docket. v Mtirdl Gran. SUNDAY wiii as rare a day us over Mus. WALLniiCiiBNAfLT, of Fort came The sun rode in Scott, Kansas, has assumed thu duties brilliantly in a cloudless sky, temperof principal of tho primary department ing tho atmosphere to spring-lik- e In Miss Holen O. Chunaull's school. warmth, tho robins sang their sweetest Mt. Sterling Gazette. songs, while they and the other birds Miss Jkan Shkluy and her sister made love to each other and ohosu their are over from Arcadia, and are tho matOb for tho year, and all nature seem-o- l guests of Misses Shelby, of Woodland awakening from Its long sleep. It They on joyed tho Nordlca concert hut was a typical St. Valentino's day and night. Lexington Herald. turned not only young men's hearts, Miss 1'kahl Wiutk has returned but many other to thoughts of love. from Lexington and reports her brother-in-law, IN Bad Luck. Our young friend, Mr. 1 II. Idol, who recently lost a hand by thu accidental dlschargo James B. Robinson, of Mlddlosboro, a of his gun, an getting along nicely. former Lincoln county loy, hcoiiih to Mksshs. J. H. ADAMSandSamLusk, have fallen into hard lines. Tho South of of Hustonvllle, were heru Sunday. ern Building A Loan Knoxville, caught him for $1,500; ho They aro members of tho Aggregation which will give an wus one of tho largest stockholders in entorUilnment at that place Friday tho Walla Walla Gum Co., which usslgned and now coined tho night week. nowa that his store was burglarized. J. H, Kbnnbdy, Into agent at dujMjt hero, has accepted n ixwltion with tho His friends hero sympathize with him Santu Fo road In Texas and left for that in hid reverses and hope that what ho State Sunday. A host of friends wish thinks is his dark hour Is but tho dawn ' Hig. success In his new Hold. Mt. Ver- of a bettor day. non Signal. The Mlddlosboro Herald makes a Rkmittino from Arlington, Texas, pitiful wall because our business manafor his subscription, Capt. E. T. Rooh-'est- ger In a letter from that place said writes: UI will plant corn next things wore dull there. Of course he week. Weather lovely, but It has been was only jesting for anybody who as cold as you could wish. Regards to knows anything about tho Magic City ' Sautley, Warren, Alcorn and Welch." also knows that tho hum of Industry Mil. Rowan Sauklky, of this otllce, there Is painfully deafening and that her merchants, clerks, salesmen, et ill has a proiosltlon from his brother-in-laT. S. Webb, Jr., of Knoxville, to grow gray almost before they roach go to China, and Is considering It. Mr. their majority so little time do they Webb liaH a contract for the building havo to rest from their labors. He also of a Bectfon of a railroad In that heath- takes back what ho said about the outo little lakes in the middle of Chester en country. and Exeter Avenues and tho deprecia tion of rents, for tho former havo overHOME NEWS, flowed and there isn't enough rontlng done there to talk about. A glance ut Danks has line mantel clocks. . the Herald and Its big Sl'ltiNO goods for suitings now being "ad." of itself show prosperity, peace Como and select. H. C. received. and plenty, no what's thu use of any4, Rupley. body saying ''taint lively thar." Ml P. S. Another frog jumps In his Yesterday was showery and blusIs promised for pond with a croak. Tho editor of tho tering. Fair, colder News hM been heard from. Tuesday. o. IMttsburg several days viBitlng the folkH at home. Mil. Ukoihji: 11. Snr.1t1.oc1c, lute one of the proprietors of thu Catlottsburg Democrat, Ih In town. Mils. Huoil Hkkd and son John Owt-lewant to Danville yesterday to vit-- tt Mr. Georglu I'rootor. Missus. II. S. W'rrilKlts and J. S. Hooker were In Harnxlsburg ti couple of days on bank business. Mits. J. K. HaL'OHMAN and Jones linughman, of the West Knd, were with relatives here Sunday. Mil. Jamks Fiiyk was down from Hustonvillo yesterday and retried Dr. Hawkins Hrown some lettcr. TUB "Economical Club" will enjoy thu hospitality of Mrs. J. S. Hooker next Thursday afternoon from - to o'clock. y, WHEN John Doltmarlng, of Covingold ton, was arrustod at Rowland for jumping on a freight, a pistol was found on him and ho was given m m 10 days and lined Rev. R. R. Noel's hen house was raided u few nights since and relieved of 2.1 or .'10 fowls. Hardly a night passes but what somelKxly loses chickens in this way and If a halt is not called Stanford's supply will soon Ihj exhausted. Cully pulton, who shot John Cooloy to death In a saloon at Somerset, was held over till circuit court without bail. Cooloy was a son of Den Cooloy, of this county. The Reporter says that it was proven that tho killing was done without any provocation whatever. chicken Stealing. Without Bail. 1 . hors nf 1ir rintniwiKiitln rv,.i..i.. inittoe aro 1'omii'Mted tn moot in ,,. ford at 10 A. M., Saturday, March 0th, for tho transaction of important business. Cait. Tiios. Richards requests us county Tho various candidates for olllccs aro also asked to bo presto say that for a fow weeks he would be ent at v. m. of tho sumo day. J. E. pleased to do any clock or wntch work that may bo entrusted to him for re- Carson, Chairman. pairs. Room over The musical entertainment at tho College Friday evening filled the chapCANDY. Mr. W. Curtis Egbert, thu el with greatly pleusod people. The candy maker, has arrived and J. A. little ladies who took parts in cither Stephenson's candy kitchen on piano solos or duets wero Misses Annie street will be ready to dispense l'encc, Sarah Stella Rupsweetness in big or small quantities to- ley, Etta Hello Cloyd, Junto Wearen, day. Annie D.irst, Josephine IJayden and His Brother's Secretary. Meet- Minnie Sine, the latter pupils of only ing him yesterday, an I.J. scribe ask- two weeks: All did credit to their ed: "Dr. R. L. Davison. Is tho report teacher, the two last especially and true that you aro to bo Congressman remarkably. "The Rag Baby's ComDavison's private secretary V" "Yes, plaint," In which Minnie Sine, Nan sir," was his response, "for awhile at Donton James, Kate Walton Waters and Virginia Bourne appeared as rag leant." Ih no trouble to loan money around babies and sang a song composed by It here. Tho local in our Issue Mrs. Nannie Sautley, was tho talk of MJbs Edna Courts recit of last week brought to Mr. John P. tho evening. ed "Aux Italians" in a charming man Davis, Box 180, Bcores of letters from IKioplo who wanted to borrow from &00 ner and Miss Mary Cowen sang u coupto M,000. Ho says ho could have plac- le of songs In her usually sweet voice ed many times the amount which was and way. Miss Alary Harris, owing to a sovoro cold, could not take part In the put In his hands to loan. entertainment. The first case of Miss Sophonlsba A on tho Lawrenceburg Breckinridge, attorney at law and counsellor, Lexington, is n suit for dlvorco turnpike near Frankfort was blown un and she'll probably win on a technicali- by dynamite early Sunday morning. e keeper stretched a rope ty. Tho Biblo says what God has join- J. no ncross tho road and went on collectlncr ed let no man put asunder. The court will hold that in this case that man toll, although warned that If he did so would be burned un. The does not embrace woman and grant the tho gate at this tolnt has been destroved divorce. and replaced several times. Qt ick Work. Judge Morrow's In a maniacal frenzy John Marrs, a court nt Mt, Veruon got a move on It- prominent Lexington merchant, killed self last week. Til ford Mbe, a married his Infant son, shot his man with threu children, attempted to daughter, attempted to kill his sister outrage Miss Nannie I'oynter, a young ana cut lils throat from ear to oar. He lady of 11), on Wednesday. Ho was ar- was a member of tho firm of M. Kauil-mii- n rested tho sumo day, indicted and tried & Co., und stood high in business tho next and given two years in tho circles. jHjnltontlary, but 211 hours intervening ,WillInm French, a Fuirvlew, 111., atbetween tho commission of tho crime torney, lost his mind because one of his and the sentence clients was condemned to be hung. Ho spends his time writing letters to the RlCE. After a protracted illness of Bright's disease, the strong constitu- judge and governor asking that he be tion of Col. Robert B. Rico succumbed hung Instead of tho other fellow. Senator-eleHarris, of Kansas, is a Friday and a long and honorable life classical scholar of considerable repute. was ended. Ho married a daughter of Squire John S. Murphy and sho with He has six prize hogs on his farm two children, Joo and A. J. Rico, both which are respestively named Acosto-rideBastorblni, Calllstagoras, grown, survive him. Tho remains wore Pythagoras und Aristldes. brought hero for Interment Saturduy The supreme court of Wisconsin has nnd after an appropriate sermon by Elder J. T. Sharrard at tho Christian decided that a drunkard can not be church, which was listened to by many punished by sending him to a Keeley friends, were taken to ButTnlo Ceme- Institute, us the law provides. George W. Corman, of Jessamine, is tery. Col. Rico was a member of tho conceded to be the boss eorn cutter of Christian church at Pleasant Grove for the Bluegraas, having cut 5 shocks, 10 many years and his neighbors say that hills square in one day. a bettor nelghlwr or a truer friend nov or lived. He would have boon 70 years of age next July. In oitler to give Mrs. Rico time to select a sultablu lot, the remains wore placed tomjMmirlly In the vault. 1 1 post-olllco. Attention, Dkmocrats. The mem 9 rrtt'Il .Hernial Vapor Baft Cabinet Something new in the realm of Health and II; jjiene. It is for the benefit of every man, woman and child It is naturo'rt great helper in the ue of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Hath Folding Cabinet for Homes A complete Hessian Medicated or Perfumed Unth or Hot Ssprings Treatment by your own fireside at a nominal cot. All physicians endorse it and il is now in ii'.e in many Hospitals of tho country and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect 2 Lan-cast- sr cure for La Grippe, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, (olds, Skins Diseases. Xorvoiisnes, Corpulency, Kidney and Liver Trou- mes, and is Woman's Jicst Friend After a vnpor bath just before going to bed, you wi'l say no other bath is comparable to it. It removes all the ciretc, pernicious accumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth and glowing, rein vigorating the whole system. With ordinary care will last a life time When not in use can be folded and set away. Two or three cents' worth of wood nlcohol ami aootu a pint oi wnier is an mat is necessary lor each bath, ('an be seen at Craig it Hocker's s. HUGHES, Southern Wi.in)xZd. fluent. STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEC6. WILLIAM SHELTON, Tho Second President. 1800-97 Sessionf two-lin- o For full InlormUion about Courses of Study, Terms, ic, send for our New fata loguc. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Pm.vcirAi., Stanford, Ky OPENS ON MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH, 180T. Is Your Eye Siofit Faifina ? Do you need spectacles? toll-ga- te If so have your eyes tested at once at toll-gat- Craig & Hooker's- Spectacles nnd Nose Glasses from 25 cent9 up. We are Specialists in toll-hous- o the fitting ot Spectacles. Cheapest in pi Ice and best in qua'ity. Full Line of Surgical Supplies. CRAIG 1 fe m gjK S6 HOCKER, ct If You Want Tne Best, ItUY OF US s, Pach-namuni- s, We Sell The W. B. Corset. Extra Long Waist fl; P. D. Model $1 25. I S Jg JSc gj- a Dress Form fl l 25. 3j Wj R We also sell the Genuine Thompson G'ove Prices the same the world over. Fitting. E style 505 II style fl; M style Jjg U R II; II Si; Y. S. L style fl 50; L. Misses 75c; iSJ HC MX Best Black or White Corbet in town at 50 cents STORE ROOM i NEW GOODS. Ginghams aro scarce and there is nothing bctt'-for children's wash drcses. We aro showing a splendid line of Zephyr Ginghams at 10c. Dress and Apron styles at 5cc Nothing better than Percales for Shirts and Waists ESf New Goods just in r j b ONE STORY GOOD TILL ANOTII ER IS TOLD. On Mhin Street, Stanford, i The Louisville Times published a regular dime novel story the other day with Thomas II. Stark, who has fre quently visited hero as a drummer for his paper house, his and J. II. Ramsey as tho dramatis porsonio. The story, which is written in true nov elist stylo, tolls of the marriage of Stark to tho heroine, their happy life for a while and until tho husband foil a willing victim to tho wiles of a wick ed woman, of tho tragic scenes when Mrs. Stark got on to tho racket and of her final appeal to tho courts for di vorcu and alimony, both of which she got. Woven Into the story was u young tenor singer named James II. Ramsey, who tlrst pitied, then endured and final ly married tho grass widow, engaging to do so even before tho matrimonial bonds which then hold her had been sundered by the law and several times barely escaping Starks' pistol. A few months after the divorce they wero married as related and went to Pinc- ville to live, where tho new husband provided a nice little homo and fitted it up very prettily. For a season every thing wont lovoly and James Henry was imagining himself tho happiest man on terra firma, when all of a sudden a change camo over tho spirit of tho dream of his bride. Reproaching her for it, she broke into tears and simply ejaculated, "I want Tom." Startling as was this assurance, Jim Henry didn't faint, but realizing tho situation sat down and wrote to "Tom" to come at once. Tom went standing not upon tho order of his going. Ho was admitted into tho prosenco of tho pair, when ox-wi- fe FOR IREHSTT. Apply to i W.SjP. WALTON. FOB, RENT. .lcrw. of uhich 10 ucrcn in corn. The remainder m utll M in tjra; has aiplendid apple or-vimru vj noj ucarmijjrun trees. Tint farm is a portion of the Greenberry 11 right 'farm. ih rem privately, out if not rented before bounty Court day, March 8, 18D7, on that day rait it at public auction at the ,',.. in btmitanl. hnr fnrlh formation, appli to the HEAL J&TATJ2 EXCHANGE. Stanford, Ky. l COUrt-llOnse Wo are showing splendid values in cra.h at 5c to All linen crash at 7c, Sc, 10c and 12c. The.e are bought nt very low prices and can not be duplicated elsewhere. 12Jc yl ra SEVERANCE & SOV.ie- - 11 .1 Farm of 10(5 are to be cultivated i mid-winte- r. Back of IVly Promi Is the certainty of fulfillment each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you will have an accurate and reliable timepiece. 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. of KEMP BREAKERS. Wanted, tit once, 10 experienced hemp ummure nave o acres 10 oreak, K. Al. Wkst, Hyatlsville, Ky. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . x Lancaster, Everything meet all trains table. Kentucky, Porters 89 All-St- ar Mln-H'r- ol Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid first-clas- s. THOMAS DALTON. ly On Saturday, march 8m, 1897, wo LOT SALE. B. K. WEAREN & SON -- cr four-colum- n will soil on tho premises adjoining Dr J. K VanArsdnle's and W. A. Tribble's property, fronting on the Cut.off pike nnd on 1'evton Hughes Avenue, a number of resilience lots in tho most beautiful locality about the town of Stanford. Said property will be sold for d cash; balance on 0 nnd 12 months with 6 husband No. 2 proposed to glvo up his percent, interest. It will first be sold in lots claims to tho woman, If Tom would tako best and then offered as a wholo nnd the price will bo accepted hor to his heart and home again. Ho HUGHES & PEYTON. was only too glad to do so, and It was arranged for Ramsey and his wifo to part, a dlvorco to bo secured on tho grounds of abandonment and when it is I ilcslro lo sell my done Stark is to again marry tho wom- Only millinery store Millinery Store and Location. In town. Any ono tlrairliig s same would tlml It to their Interest to apply who is considerably past her an, at onrc. Kur particulars aililre-uand grown so lleshy as not S5.tr JllbS CAIA'KUT, Junction City, Ky. to bo of tho kind of fomnines over which ioots and others rave. It was really and truly an Interesting story, : with u sutllelont amount of red lights and pistols to make it exciting and a novelty of plot to keep up tho interest, I oflcr for sale privately Town Property In London, Irom L. A N. but llko other stories it was good only depot.Laual county, Ky., 100 yards manufacturing s A situation for containing 9 acres; good was told. puroso, dwelling, till unother house, barn and Deceaaary outbuildings Tho other was told in a lino by James well stocked in other and ornamentsl trees and fruit and to run Henry himBolt who simply remarked: plenty waterfurther any mannfaclurlng establishInrurmatiou addreu ment. For t'HED 1IUOI, London, Ky. "It la nearly all a d n lie." one-thir- Dealers In- - Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wag ons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c, x Agents for FOR SALE. , Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. youth-fulnes- H. C. RUPLEY, Town Property FOR tirst-cls- SALE!. THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- Is, Receiving his- 1 m I, II IM ill Ui if if r,"T,1P,"B'"l w liMifBl M 1 I mthi Tiirrill s ill 1 All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. tk A j J f";' L ' I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL X'M'bHsla.oa.'T'vi.eaiexts-- o -- AT- MATRIMONIAL Miss Mary Chinch, of Muncie, Intl., is insane as n result of disappointment in love. Mrs, Mary Allison, aged ?0, aid three times a widow, was married at Oberlln, O., to Frank Ilosldn", aged H. D. PHILLIPS, (a. s. price:, Surgeon Dentist, GARLAND SINGLETON la a candidate for Suparlntendtsnt of Puhlle Schools of l.lneolu county, auliject to the action of the lcm-i- k Gun and Ziook Smith. ratio party. $2 pinrt YiCrvrt y When not sopild S2.C3 ix vr will wa-- x crc- - W CA'S STANI'OIIU. KY. ii m Stanford, Ky. Oulroover Mcltotwrts' Drug Htoro In thel Owsley lliilldlng. TO " All VlmUofrop.lrlnir I'l.luiMcrlni? .leclilty ilo o StlUfiUlo I giuraalwil. it roiinMa rlo. J. F. HOLD AM Is a candidate for Assessor of l.lneoln county, to tho action of tho democratic itty. sub-Je- lc charged. Ire 1 nt nlM Pi K If i John W. Ilobbs, aged SI, andfour times a widower, was married at Ow- ingsville to Mrs. Mary Neston, a widow When her lmsbaiul reproached her for her past life, Mrs. Hannah'JDavis, of Cleveland, killed him so quickly ho i LAND FOR SALE. MT LESS Wtli fiirnnp of inv larce catalogues that will .Vs) glic ion a full descrlpttoi of alKiutfor great bar sale. gains 1 haio In Central Kentucky (1. W. 1.YN1., lttUI. l'.STATK AOhNT, Olllco with Jwuiilao Journal, Mcholasillle, Ky 10AN, ! y MAD:, It, SAMUEL. 91. OWENS TIME CARD. DIVISION, of o0. Is a candldato forsherlil of l.liinolu eoimt, subjei t of the democratic patty. Moner tn loan on Imnmved cltr iimiHrtr or imi- - to the action ducthe farms in Stanfohl and Lincoln county al Also 1 wll iliierccnt . luynhlc fiirnlsli Imiuis for puhlir or iiirionitloii otllclalst KENTUCKY CENTRAL KING I Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. in andjreturns at Those who 'attend tho inauguration of President McKinley should go to Washington over tho picturesque t hesnpoako ...12 37 p m . No. 24 Train going North A Ohio Railway, ns it is tho only lino ... 3 13 a " " No. 2f " ...12 01 p m " South No. 25 " combining every VKXntial feature of an ... U3!p m " " No. 2.1 " attractive tourist route, namely, vriricii KoralllPolnts. and beautiful scenory, historic interest and superior track and train service. Trains THIIOUUII TICKETS M)LI. arc run by the block system and are lightHAC.OAOK CHECKED THROUGH. ed by electricity, heated with steam and enquire of anFor any Information The Harrodsburg Democrat carry through "dining cars The clockJOE S. MCE, Agent, nounces the marrlaco of Miss Minnie work regularity of its schedule and the Stanford, Ky. Crockett, daughter of Mr. George perfection of its equipment lias made the Ralnc, of Atlanta, which "F. F. V Limited"' tho most famous to J. II. railroad train of America. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Is to oontr March 1". For rates and other information address Trains pas Junction City as follows! Arthur T. Gorman, claiming to be a 0. B. Ryan, G. P. A , O. & O. Railway, 3 3p m No. 1 South .... 12 02lp m No. 2 North " .....3 15 am nephew of Senator Gorman, was mar Cincinnati, Ohio. " 12 0i';m No. 3 " " " 11.11 a m No. 8 " 0 (W a m ried on the stage at Detroit to Annie Bucllin's sinifcti Sahv. 8 3Vp m " 10 " 0. 0 " 10 ruu no further than JuncNote No. 9 and Waltman, a vaudeville performer, wno The oct oalre In tlio world fur cut,, lrtifes sores, ulcere, Mlt rheum, fcrcr on. tetter, tion City. All trilns stop there. was attired in tights. hamU. chilblains, corns and all skin cmptlnns. noi-aIt ivwltlTcly niulnsl. Yesterday Miss Allco Berry, gener Kiiaonteoil tocures piles or atIractlon cr moner Ills KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. give er(ect ally credited with being the fiancee of funded. Ir!r 23 ccnta er box. Fur alo by V. II. VIA GKOilur.fOWN. was married at New- McIIoticrts, Dmgglst. A. M. Logan Carlisle, r. si. A. M. i M. I.vo. Somerset, Arr 05 Munn, a wealthy Oregon-ian- . 2.00 230 port to Mr. The Grandest Rtmnly. 12 09 833 " Jet. City. 315 She is the daughter of Congress630 6(U 450 Arr i.eorgetown, Lv 10 30 Mr. It. II. (irreve, mcrcliant.of I'bllliowle. Vn., 63 400 man Berry. ' Frankfort, 'J 15 735 certlfict tluit be bad ronsumptloii. was given up to o.. nuillral treatment that money could I.vo 9 53 Greenville, ua., gin, die, fought all all rough remedies ho could hear of, 8 30 J515 Arr Paris A procure, tried Sunday Pally except many up In but gut no who was secretly married while at chair; was relief; stenttry Dr. nights fitting Discov- a C. D HEKCAW. a. V A. King's New induced to consent of her hus ery and was cured by the ueof to luttles. Fur school, has by the past three years h's leen atteiiilln to huslnes and band left him for hvo years and will at ssys l)r King's New Discovery Is tho Krsndest reiueily eier made, is It his done, n luiuh for him tend school. At the expiration of that and also for others la his community. Dr. Klux's tiinn. if sho does not care to return he New Discovery Is KUirsnleed fur cough, colds anl cousuuiiition. It don't fall Trial littles free at will not fight her suit for divorce. W. 11. .McKoticm'drug store. Granville Parsons and Minnie Hiraell Something to A'tioir. eloped from Wildlo to Richmond where worth somelheOK to know that thn If It mar they were married. A few moments very t niellclne for restoring the tired out nerHitters. a hetltliy vigor It vous later the chief Of police received a tel- This system to is purely ragetable KlwtrichygivitiK acts medicine for tone to the nerve centres lu the Ktomaih, geatly egram from the girl's father, asking stimulates the liver nd kidney and Ids tho' ortheir arrest. They were arrested and gans In thrnttlog ott Impurities In the Mural, nodKNOXVILLE DIVISION. 111 t: 30 p. m. - 1 Col. and Mrs. E. Polk Johnson of Louisville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Florence Pickett, to Mr. Garnett Sebastian Zorn. The Hon. Archibald Mtijoribanks, of Canada, a brother of Lord Tweedmouth, will be married at Nashville Wednesday to Miss Missle Brown, of Nashville. Bo-hon, hardlv kicked. State. $ dl t .rill ..lt..r l iirlrnlK s.lln HIT 1I0U mill Ult III! Main street, occupying tho wiuaro with tho Chrisiianford. Ky , fro'" now untiltian church In....... ll.uv. .t..1. a. I. VAMIII.j I..t.rt .'.."J nn.l If nut Mllll the-vw... ..IBIVII Pill, r.. f.m, will then sell to the highest bidder on Ik-s- I built, Said proptrty l one of the premises. lest equipped and lest nrrangixl protertlej In the FOR sale: mi ! solicit patronage of property holders In Stanford. supimrt Is Mrnestly solicited. Male Miuon-- other comiMiiles lining tui.liniis hero. VAI.I..l'i:i;. VAUNON, Agt. s i:.tciilors, Admlnlttratorsor tiuardlansat Klro Am agent lor four of tho t Companies doing huslness In Krnturky and reawii-uliletnteU-s- EMMETT McCOKMACK tolheaitlon Is a candidate for Asvs.irf l.ttienlii rountjr, of tho diMiiocratlc sub-Js- .t lrty. lour M. SHELBY & SHELBY, ....rroprlctor...... .. F. KLKIN Is a eatiilldalo for Aasemor of I.lllColll county, sub- Ject to the action ofthe democratic mriv. '' Stanford, 1UUIIIA, LIVERY.FEED&SALE 1'lrst-n.is- STABLE f. . Ky. Town Lots For Sale. Ioftrormle privately four Town in Miller Addition to Stanfortl,one on corner Logan Arenue and Lanavter flrect, containing 6'i.r Acre, good born, crib, cittern and tenants' room and uxll ttocked mrtiit and ornamental tree; an unimproved lot adjoining it, containing nearly Itm Acrct, onefronting Miller ttreet, containing lour Acres: one on Whitley Aitnuc of One Acre and One Howl IM can be d- The Six and Four-Acr- e If not sold f.sp Aksutwir til LInmlli count r. tub- ,..u.. Ject to the action or the democratic urty anit s Turnouts, prompt attention, very earnestly aiks your supjsirt. rtloii of your atrouage is rensonalilo rates A Iti rcsiwt fully sollrlted. Junction City, Ky. JOE T. EMBRY C G. BAKER Aworf It HUM 1 i.I"" nn ahi uurii hum nun STANFORD, KY., J. T.Jones, wnD TT1. QIIPLMH iDnvr l.lneolu couuty, sub- Is a candidate for ett to the action ol inoueuiocraiic s"T., ,. il,..ullirii end of IhemillltrU enlllllil to a sllco of tho pl, he W ) our suport. cliap-ix- Sole proprietor of Dean's lllack lUmnond lt.xif l'alut. 1U mates jurtilshrd for wlntlrm wo.vl, t rsmll.lstn for Aiscssorof Uncolu, sables t to metal and Iron roofs. Satlsfarllou guareiites'sl All the action of the democratic palty. He kindly asks roofs ialiiU-- 1 with IVan's lllack Diamond l'alut your support. wamnteil for years. Dealer In lest Cistern luuip inaiiaivanttisi inm l liters, (la vanned aim matk Iron lUwttuKof all kinds. al tf WILLIAM MORELAND SAM W. MENEFEE 1 "0 ! lefore March $. 1S97, rottnfy cottrf Jay, they will on that day be sold pub, All irsons desiring Ucust lViits for idank fence, liclv in front of the court house door. Mt and railing or wlru fetus) ran Hud what they MRS. KATE P. MILLER. want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike Eitx of IV. H. Miller. I also hailing from Crali Orchard to Stanford ISTOTIOEJ Is a candidate for Micrllt' of Lincoln county, to the attloti of the democratic patty. sub-Je- RpYAl m SON, TOLEDO AND DETROIT DEALERS IN COHL, HOVTF-- . BIG4. All lNiluti In MJohlgan. tt Tho Hcst Line tiund From keep on hand a supply of plank for fencing. All kinds of liiiiiNr for Imlldlag purposes, alw hoards ami shlnglm. All htwiis desiring any article of llpsinnti fwlt amllil wilt... I .... .till l.k.1 this kind can rail on mu at my storu near Cedar v"s-- . I BIU .ttlll Jtlinil H'l I . (I W. MNMI.I.TON. M w yourarwl keep atuppljur alt limit BUCUat .. tun mfttltnt . thvlunett tl. ... ... tHille prlir lot (ash iiimx) next. ooor . . mimn Lii..ili.i.u More. J. II. HKHil.NS, l"niprletnr, W. T. A.UM)i:ilii. Manager, Itowland, Ky 37 Cn-ek- COAL I vt.L, . ..- -- NOEL & '"""" 1 lK-- CHICAGO. "White City Special." 1Vt 1 mutual station. Order Otucv and I'ml l.xchauge, near the ltallniad Cnxslng, IVit Strwt, Corn anil Ilnj", - John II. Cstt.i:x. A I. Umi. Stanford; Mill W Yanl. POWDER Absolutely Pure. mn6 Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and liealthfulneM. Assures the food against alum and nil forms of adulteration so common In the cheap braitds. lloY.it. Hakino I'owoKn Co., New York, COOKE'S SARSAPARILLA WILL CURE .Scrofula, Silt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Parsons jailed, but both released, the home with her father. The marriage of John Benton Ilobbs, formerly of Stanford, but now train dispatcher at New Orleans for the L. & N., to Miss Mary Evelyn Bliss, was duly solemnized In Louisville last week. says the decora Tno Courier-Journtlons were palms and Confederate smi-laThe bride wore a gown of Paris muslin over white satin and carried American Beauty roses. Her bridesmaids were Miss Eleanor Bliss and Miss Belle Bennett. They wore Huffy white organdies and carried white carnations. Mr. R. R. Bobbs was best man. Owsley Grant held the ribbons. The young couple left for Tampa, Fla and oxnect to arrive in New Orleans, their future home, about March 1. young lady returning al x. ule Hitlers Improves the appetite, ald digestion and Is pronounced by thoa who haio trltsl It ss tho very lst Muml purifier and uervo toi Ic. Try It Sold for 50c and SI per battle at W 1. drig store. . A ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel Mreet, lately J 11 Hlgglns' Satisfaction guarantttsl. Kentucky. nOYJKh INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping Cars. llutlVt Parlor Oars, MONEY ON TO LOAN seuil-auuu1 IMritOVl.l) KAUMS few months ngoMr Byron Kvery, of Woodstock, Mich, wnt badly atllictcil ills right Icr was with rheutnatlsm. swollen the full length, causing him great suffering He was advised to try Pain Balm. The first bottle of it helped him considerably and the sec ond bottle effected a cure. Tho 25e and Hocker, 60c sizes are for sale by Craig Drugslsts. Oh.nu-berlain- 's NEW YORK. Car, Wagner Pleoiilng ihnpinl Cars. K dfh and l'rlyat Din-lug tn Lincoln county, Kr Interest, uo eoiumlwloii chirgisl. Addrru (II '.II. V DAVY, llooui 17, Keiiyoli liuildllil, lainlsillle, Ky For lilauk applications ait liirthcr luforma Hull, Inquire of J S. Saunders, Attorney, Stan-turd- , Ky. , at t per cunt, BaRBEE & CaSTLEHHN. - " MAItTI.N. ). McCOUMICK, A Tkt. Agt. Oen. l'assenger.Tratn- - Mr.. CINC1SNATI, OHIO. He sure your tickets read via "HKJ FOl'lt" I'a. J. T. SUTTON, Unclortukor, - MANAOPLS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the Nmth. Hustonville, Kentucky. No Better Goods Sold Any "Where than we Sell. V7. A. -- TR1BB1, Kkntucky. 371' Driers his wrvlces to the mple of West Uncoln and Casey counties I ult stock of Cofflnsand Calk-et- a I). S. lineal Agent,- - always on hand Caruter. Manager. W Stanford, D. S. CARPENTER, Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OK STANKOIUi, KY. Will sell at cost two lluggle. one cut under shell lwd, lery tine surrey. Tn lluggles are $200,000100 JotM In every respect. It you want a bargain, call Fsl& up CiplUl, at once and m the Mils and get you a vehicle thai Smrpltis. 17,603 80 will give you satisfaction sura Jtesptttfully, S. CAIU'KSTKH. Ily provisions or Its charier, desltnrs anj a fully protected as are ilrpmllora In fsatloual lUnl.a, its shareholders Ulng held Individually liable to at the extent of the amount of their sunk therein In value thereof, in addition to Ihcamount the act as executor. vested In such sbarm. It my trustee. Ac, as fully iu an individual Tenderlugour thanks to tlne ni have entrust-e- l their buslnws to us. we trust they will continue orter and to do so, ... - we ... mas a guarantee for prompt at . iwH-hra lii latiK. ... .....i IUMIIIPVUI irilllOH Ingand as liberal accommodations as are conilstenl lib sound imnking nnt-clasn Eczema, Tetter, all diseases of the blood and and t& Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. Mc Roberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drtiij Store, " Cm if! & (locker, W C. vVolford, Hustonville. F B Twidwell, " J. A Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Kros , McKinney. 1 F. ANtott. Powers. Beazley & Son. Crab Orchard. M Lee Pipr-s- , Moreland. Yours- for Health, JamksT Cooke, ll.trrodsburg. Ky. - 1st, 2nd and Urd, good to return March 4th, 5th, 0th, 7th and Sth. Two limited ..atu.niiwi ti'iiini" nnchwav dally. W3KUiWU (Lexington 12:2o a. m., and 8:M I'. M., tv The Chesupcako & Ohio having been decided on by the State executive re publican committee as tho otllciai line to carry the Kentucky delegation to tho inauguration, arrangements are being made by the company to handle tho entire delegation with the same comfort and luxuries as are afforded on all regular C. & O. vestibuled trains. In order to faclliate matters and to form a correct estimate of the number going, you are requested to bunu m your name for sleeping car space as eurlv as nossible . A round trip rate of one faro (14.r5 from Lexington, Win chester, and Mt. Sterling) and corres pondingly low rates from all central Kentucky points haj been maue ior uiu ixwjisinn. Tickets will be on sale Murcli -- Reduced Rates to Washington. Big Bargains, High Grade Goods, Low Prices. LAS GE S JXE J?9 l. tr iKl2 .vjl -t- DeiitiHt, Offlcn on : (itauford. t Ky. street at DlkEkTORS. HiLL PBOFn Is our blotto. EARN MONEY. The XI0KKLL MAGAZINE wants roihI ri'litililc ngutiu to can vns for A verv suliscrlptionH. Rood ralu of ciisli cnminieslon will lo Riven, or liiuyclo premiums if preferred All mntcrinl nml t:im plo enpiwi furnished free. Apply nt oncu. J. J. Williams. Mt. Vernon; W, It. Cummins, I'rearhersvlllei J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., H. II. bliauks, William tlooch, J. I". Cash. H. J. Kmbry, A. W. Carivnter, K. l.yiiu. J. J. N. Menefev. S. II. Shanks. IV.Ideiit; J. II. Owsley, Cashier, W M orrtcias. llrlghl, Teller. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STAN l'O III), KV icae ygMMMMMOMKI (Qj THE POPULAR MOM OflOMbMIOnVlOffVl mm QMS MOMOiMMOIMOIMM MOMM0M01M ASM iDWDliPlprrvP OUOGlV GWoO Tft-Cvl- q, mm MOM Kw fATM inm loM0(N a ri OM arriving at Washington at fl:o0 a. m. and 11:10 l. M. next day, from three to five hours quicker than via Cincinnati. For scenic beauty the C. & O. has no ..mini onafc of the Rocky mOUIltll'llS. ' George W. Barney, dlV. pass, agent, Lexington, Ky. DUKOCS. Mr. R. II. Bronaugh, who rans an ad. of his Duroc herd in this paper, sends us tho following: I sold Mr. David Circle, of West Milton, O., a Duroc Jersey boar pig and I have just received a letter from him, in which he says: "Tho pig I bought of you last spring is tho best Duroc Jersey in tho State of Ohio, and in fact tho best one t ni'it.c.nu.v TTit tnolr fh'hL nremiuin at ovory fair shown last year. I want four um- wic u' or your uesi sow piga; a them formy show herd this year, and the other three for breeders." Mr. Circle has been an extensive breeder of Duroc Jersey's for 20 years. I sold Mr. Circle tho four sow pigs at a handsome ni.l... mill nht nned them Saturday. I have two different strains of this breed of hogs, and a cross between them makes the best hog of tho breed I have ever seen anywhere. - OVERCOATS Way down in Price and high in Quality. The Nickell Magazine, Summer Street, lloxton, Mux. 180 TVIC1-A.-VI3I1"- Capital Steck $100,000. fc Surplus $15,750. C Men's, Boys' Si Children": Suits. COURIER (JOURNAL .And SEMI-WI51SKU- each year to the Culled Stales (internment and lla nsxjts are exuniliiHl at statist times by govoiiinient additional and perfect aalely agents, thus ThMnstltutloti, originally establlsheil as the lUnk of Stanford In ltUs, thin ruorKanlsl as the National Hank ofStaulonl in 1W andagaln reorganized as tho I'lrsl National llauk of Stanford In 1bm'., has had practically an uninterrupted existence for :tt years. It Is letter supplied now with lacllltles for transacting business promptly and than oier liefurc In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, llrius and hulls (duals solicited. it Allenllon of the public Is called to the fact that this Is the only National Hank In Stanford, toiatlunal llauk Act ler tho prmlsloiis ot thu by the capital stock, ilollors are eciirnl not only liability for an amount but by the stx kholdi-n- ' equal in tho stock, so that dtjxisliors of this luitllu by a fund or tf.tO,(s) I'lve. sworn lion aro secureil statemelitaof tho roudltioiiol the Hank aro made Y todesisllors. Better Values than ever Known. INTERIORdOURNAL JiO'lHI OXJC Underwear, Shirts, Hats And Shoes. Xow is your chance to buy Good Goods at YKAK FOR ONLY $2.50. l, LOW PRICES Satisfaction Gimmntcod . I ! We haie made a kiU1 cluhhlng nrrangcnient laiurler-Journaami llj with tho send that paer and ours for the price, named to all oursulnsrllwni'who will renew and pay In udvance, r In all new iulcrUni is ho will pay In udvauie. suit free on nj- Samplo copies of Courier-Journunder this offer must be Kent to AU W I' WALTON, Manfonl suhK-rlptlo- IVIIeld, Lincoln Co.j S. IMIarrls, " J S. Mucker, " K - Tanner, McKinney. J II. Colller.Crab On h'd; M, I). Klmore, Maufonl. UIRICTOKS. J. W. IIa)ilen, Stanford; S. II Iknighman, " W. A. Trlbble, M. J. Miller, Ml T 1 "HI. " ernon. " .US. Mocker, l'resldent; A A. McKinney, 3H2j orriciat. J. J. Mc!lolrts, Cashier; Assistant Cashier. Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Property in the Uest of Companies. I n (MMOM (5M5) MMoowiNwoiiro MOI rrn IBMMBI NIMIQNONN sssssaSsvsreVas ii The Cretan war ijromises to assume ss km lir'e proiortions. Canea was bombard- UMAX & CO., Gilcher L. ed Sunday and the governor took refOfrVMOfrVlOfrVlM More, ugo in a Russian H&RD S THE troops have left Athens for Crete, but H053, IIMM Prince George with his llotllla has re-- , Thorouglibred Duroc Jerssj IBASKJ.BEED, ciiicajto. i.r.A., tired to Milo. after a visit from- tho lirewIep,wereieIIfrom,uuw,,,.fa.ol dj1 E.H.I1ACON, A CO nmantlCfd Of tho fOfOlyn WUr Hlllps of(1;i, famous hreeil of swine In seieral.Stute iAubYille. jfjM .P. A, oi iiinereni uk" d lot or shin av spleud srieciaiiypigsaaiuiacuoiiBuaiuH"-- ?" - "" at Canea. Tho Turkish sows a -Rbut put M (Ol IMMIB1 IN1I5) rived at Canett Sunday, a Greek out to ..ndence solicits ONATJQH transBea uj,raln, pursued by Orchard, Ky. ( The Globe, FRO Block, DANVILLE. BLUS-atUS- AiErsTC Patents Wanted. Gentlemen's Z, Made to"Mehure lotliinjjf rvocyijoi.p ot money are otTered, sent with theMauual.free. We And parchoeers for patents procured through our agency. Branch offices In all tbs principal cities and In all foreign countries. J. man-of-wa- r. W r3n Esa 1'rom thu most attractive lines ol sample to lm Parties hayltiB Inveutlona tbey wUh to proily Hyatem of measiirviiieut guuraiittcs a tect iiiuim should procure their patents through our hy excrimeiit wrfeit lit In every department. agency. Inventor's Manual, a book containing when you nilll nillCIIIIO leaving your can .rv protecteil In every coat ol patents, modo of procedure, etc., ana measurement Ith me 7 i arth ular by other Information, sent lor Be. stamp. i am aisu Ourlltt ol patints wanted, for which lartroinmi - Agent For the Lnxington Steam Laundry. All woik guaranteed. v- THE WORLD'S O. 01-10- 7 port. Crah JESSE D. WEAREN. M9 turt J. Baiurr, Manager, PLUM ST., OlNOlNNATI, O ( mention thl pafr. PROCRESt, HiffiiMmi!"" " i4. - .mt ,, -- i )': .4 ,4fJj lil IIS "l' ii ii "i Sssaaaa m ,j. SSiVBSWSSMSHWSSSBBBM KiIkUj& k- - -