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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897021901 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. J1 SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV. RELIGIOUS. Cluirebea of Ltvurool tition asking tbo United to accept the arbitration MIn.4 Jcridlo Atikui'tnan adopted u pe- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1897. LANCASTER. VICINITY NEWS. HUSTONVLLe Miss Boulah, daughtor of C.C.Jones, James Fryo has torn away the frame died at Middloburg of pneumonia. house in the northern part of his yard, .Tamos II. Coleman, of Harrodsburg, thus contributing greatly to the Is dead, leaving a wife and two child of his handsome property. He ren. made use of tho lumber to build an iceThe last of tho many Knoxvllle build- house above ground; tho only one, wo ing and loan associations has gone un- believe, in this community. der. Ciesar Minor, our colored barber, was W. J. Fuller was accidentally shot taken to Somerset by revenue officers by B. F. Brown while rabbit hunting charged with selling whisky at Liberty In Casey. without sufficiently arranging matters William Daniels Is in jail at Leba- with Uncle Snm. Minor carried a non charged with attempting to as- rabbit's foot with him and he came out sault his little daughter. all right, being discharged by the comA bill has boon favorably reorted to missioner. give a pension of $.10 a month to tho Tho young ieople arc practicing for widow of Gen. W. J. Landram, of Gar- a minstrel entertainment which they rard county. proiwso giving next Friday night, 26th. James Ball, tho son of a prominent They promise a clean, s show, farmer, residing In Bell, was found dead comprising all the latest specialties in In the woods. There was nothing to show the realm of burnt cork. There will the cause of the young man's death. be four end men Jerry Adams and J. C. Acheson has been elected man- Will Huffman will rattle the bones ager of tho Centre College ll while Bcecher Adams and Smith Yow-el- l team for next season and Lyno Starling will twirl the tambourines. Henry to tho same jwsltiou for tho base-baCatnnitz will Imj middleman. There is nine. plenty of talent in the company and a Because he had been reproved by a laughable and pleasant entertainminister at church, William Ovorstreet ment may be expected. a Jessamine county young man, left Miss Bessie Worthington left Saturhome, saying ho was going to kill him- day to visit her parents at Moysllck for self. It is hoiod he kept his intention. a month or six weeks. J. G. Weatber-for- d W. C. Karlns, tho 1M year old son of has returned to Mllldale after a J. Karlns, the Louisville marble and visit to relatives here. He left his litgranite dealer, took a doe of morphine tle son, Boyd, who Is just now In bad because his salary as freight clerk of health. Miss Mary Lusk left this week tho L. A: N. was cut and died. His fa- for Chicago, where she enters for a secther has furnished many a tombstone ond term the Chicago School of Oratofor the jwoplo of this section. ry and Elocution. Miss Lusk has great In one of tho Knoxvllle cases we are talent and will doubtless take rank informed that tho president of tho or- among the foremost dramatic readers ganization drew a salary of 22,00i) per of the country when she has completed annum. He had an office building her preparation. G. M. Givens was erected at a cost of 100,000 or over, visiting relatives InJBoylo county this the furnishings alone costing $S,000, week. Miss Margaret Hopper, of Per- and suckers all over the .country con- ryvlllo, Is visiting relatives hero. Miss tributed to It. Ara Wright and sister, Mrs. John Btain, are visiting at Junction City this WAYNESBURG, week. Dr. Hawk Brown, who has been sick The lovely weather of the past-fe- w for some time, is now getting better days makes us think of "plantin tudaily, much to of his tors." many friends. Dr. Brown is one of the Mr. II. Bright Ferrell has bought of L. G. Gooch tho place known as tho few men the community could illy Ballard farm tor WOO and also the Tut-tl- o spare and It is to be hoped that he has many years of usefulness yet before property In old WaynesburgforWO. him. Mrs. R. B. McKInney, near this Died on tho lath of paralysis Edloy Chft, brother of Mr. G. W. Ollft, with place, has been quite ill of pneumonia is now getting better, we aro glad whom he was living. Ho was burled but to note. F. B. Twtdwell, who has been Sunday after funeral services conductsick, Is out again. Judge Henry Cam-nlt- z ed by Bro. Davidson. Mrs. Cllftis still Is to be seen on the boulevard very low and wo extend to the family again after a severe tussle with tho our sympathy. grip und rheumatism combined. Bcech Messrs. Hayden aud Bonny McMul- er Adams went to Stanford Sunday to len, Harvey Stephens und Venerable have Dr. Penny work on an aching Singleton left Sunday for Illinois in tooth. That night thotooth nearly search of work and money, and here's drove Beecher frantic with pain and he hoping they may iind work and may was pious enough to attribute his sufmake dead loads of money. Wo think fering to the fact there aro two or three young ladles who Idled on Sunday. that he had the tooth We suppose by this look a little sad since they left. time some judgment has overtaken the Misses Ethel Keith and Peaehio popular dentist for his share In tho proGooch, of Eubanks, were the guests of ceedings. Miss Minnie Caldwell. Mr. W. F. Camden is confined to his bed with lu GOV. gripo. E. W. Caldwell sprained his ankle Tuesday and is not able to walk Mr. J. R. Warren, who was 92 years since. Mr. W. D Johnson's daughter of age last November and still retains Is still very low, with Httlo liojw or rehis mental powers to a remarkable decovery. She has been sick some time gree, walked up the long stairway to and the family is almost worn out. our office Tuesday to give us tho folBro. Davidson has been holding lowing meeting hero since Suuday. He has Bradley phrenological study of Gov. made 20 years ago. Mr. Warbeen preaching excellent bormons and ren Is a great believer in the science wo hope they will not bo as seed that and takes great pleasure in exumining fall by the wayside, but may benellt all heads, those of tho ladles especially. who hear him, both Christian and sin- Ho still reds without glasses and is as ners. We understand that tho meet- well preserved physically as mentally. ing will close Friday, as ho lias an This is tho note and It was written by at Burnsldo. There hits his own hand, clearly and distinctly: been perfect order during tho meetings, I seo a short paragraph in the Intkk- notwithstanding the fact that Waynet-bur- g iou Journal from J. B.Thompson in has a name for bad behavior. Wo reference to Gov. Bradley's intellec-t don't think wo are so bad after all. ml ability. I will just say some 23 or Louisa, tho wife of Mr. J. P. Gooch, 30 years ago I was summoned on a jury of whom mention of was made in a case brought by a Mr. Salter, of in your paper a short time ago, parsed Garrard county, to restore him tho away Tuesday after a short sickness. right to the management of his propShe lacked only ono t'ay of being 70 erty, which had been taken from him years of ago, was a devoted Christian, on account of his not being ablo to never murmuring at her troubles, but manage tho same. Gov. Bradley and doing tho will of her Master ohecrful-ly- , his father were Mr. Salter's lawyers and It is said that during tho 20 long and the governor was quite a youth und years of separation from her husband, I criticised tho young man's Intellectshe was never known to say a harsh ual ability then by the science of word about him. It seems that her life as best I could. I saw he had was spared only long enough to bee and a most Intellectual head aud said then forgive him whom sho loved, and ho t) his father he would mako his mark was making amends by being kind and somo day. Any phrenologist will say attentive to her. Sho had been, for Gov. Bradley will compare Intellectualmore than SO years a member of Dou- ly not only with the most talented reble Springs church, was a loving moth- publican, but with any democrat in the er and was loved by all who know her, State of Kentucky, so fur as intellectu J. R. WARREN. and the aged father and his children allty Is concerned. have tho sympathy of tho entire neighJudge C'antrill has rendered a deciborhood in the loss of their companion sion knocking out the saloons in and parent. The funeral was preached Georgetown. At the local option elec Wednesday by Bro. Davidson at ,'i i tion the city went wet, while tho counM. ty wont dry. License was granted, John K. Strlngheld, a former turf but the Judge holds that it Is no good, correspondent at Lexington, is in jail since the majority was nguln&t whisky ut Cincinnati for forging a check. Ills no matter how It was figured. wlfo created a scene In court and tried In the circuit court at Winchester to follow him to jail with her young Mrs. Nancy Adams secured a verdict babe. of $."),000 against Matt and Dlllard Ral-no- y Tho tract of 2,242,S00 acres in Florifor the murder of her husband, da known as the Everglades has been Aaron Adams, about a year ago. Ono .ia:isferod to tho State of Florida by is under sentence of death and the oththe secretary of the luterior. er for life Jov tho crime. Hrst-clasfoot-baI ll TY.; BRADLEY'S-INTELLECTUALIre-uni- ; NO. 91 ii Mr. William Poor, a prominent farStates Senate mer In Lower Garrard, was married on treaty. Tuesday ovunlng at tho home of tho will noon en-t- bride, near Bryantsvillo, to Miss Mat-ti- e Ison, a popular and attractive lady. ujH)ti her duties an assistant pnwtor of the Fourth Haptist church of Chicago-T- , Next Monday will bo county court hirty day and It being a holiday, as an annipersons have huen added to versary of Washington's birthday, the Central Christian church at Lex- does not prevent tho legal holding of ington since Klder George Darsle be- court as some very erroneously supgun his meetings and the good work pose. goes on. John M. Farm Is filling tho editor's Just after accepting the call of the , chair this week In tho Record olllco, Richmond Christian church at a salary Capt. Landram being In Washington of $1,1100, Kldur W. H. Lloyd received City on Imixjrtant business. J. M. a call from a Louisville church offering and Dr. J. W. DIckorson, of or Is Your Eye Do you need spectacles 7 , Soft Faifino ? If so have your eyes tested at once at Craig Spectacles and 5 25 Hooker's. cents up. We are Specialists in the fitting o Spectacles. Noe Glasses from S ni Cheapest in piico and best in qua ity. A i, I j ta SP Full Line of Surgical Supplies. htm 2,000. During u revival at Nevada, Mo., Hcv. G. F. Taylor publicly denied the rejwrt that ho had tried to hug a certain young lady, though ho failed to deny that ho had done so. Huv.J.T. Sharrard writes that his sUter-Indawhom he went to Louisville to nor, Is soma better, but not out of danger. Ho will, however, be up Saturday and preach as usual Sunday morning and night. The houo In which the llrst Methodist Conference was held Is still standing near Lexington. It is built of bluo ash logs, which aro almost us sound as ever. Hlshop A sherry held conference there May IS, 171K). L. your city, woro hero on Wednesday. The meeting nttho Methodistehureh Is still in session and will continue to Sunday, 23th, at which time tho now church will bo dedicated by Rev. Julius E. Wright, who has preached so many good sermons during tho meeting. In tho police court on Monday, Ben Guinn, colored, was sent to tho workhouse 10 days for whipping his wife, and Lottie While and Frances Booker, two sable damsels, were sent to the same place for drunken and dlsordcly conduct. Lancaster Is a great town for witticism, sarcasm and Hronal thrusts; and, while no harm is meant, In tho majority of Instances, yet there are eases in which Individuals, indulging In what Is apparently a jest, have some sinister motives in view and evil in mjiiio form Is tho result. It takes a wire man to know when and whore to jest. Even when there Is no ill will behind an expression It may be true ami bad feelings aro brought about between tho best of friends. A. C' Hammond, aged lli, who was raised near Lowell, this county, and who was a popular man, went from here a few years ago to Jellico to live with his daughters. Ho was brought back hero Wednesday and adjudged a lunatic. Ho was not brought Ik fore the court, Drs. Huffman and Bush stating that ho was not in a condition to justify it, lelng wild at times. Tho ctuso Is unknown. Be will be sent to (Thurstie Lexington Asylum day). It Is hoped that the attempt to secure hotter train service will Imj successful. Tho crops produced by our fertile soil and the vast number of live stock shljv-hmto tho markets would bo sent over tho L. & N., and many people, who lake another road now, would travel over that and help to swell the revenue. In addition to that Garrard paid 2S0,000 and gave tho right of way for tho road, which certainly entitles the peoplo to liettor advantages, both in traveling and shipping. to-da- CRAIG66 HOCKER, ft H it f (J!J i Brarrfi CoaTJ 'M i$j ; i Take ?. YA1 x4 We ore now Sole Agents for the celebrated Falls Branch Coal and can furnish any other coal desired. Will The Christian Ministers' Alliance at Nashville, has formally protested against the sale of Ihjoi and wine at the Tennessee KxjKwltlon. One preacher withdrew because lie could not carry a resolution to Iwyeott the concern If It failed to observe the protest. I lev. In exchange for coal. Call and see us before buying. iou Money, Farm Products I We will Save 11 J. H. BAUCHMADI & CO. i "A&s t It k s H. Lloyd has gone to Stanford. Illinois, where he will conduct a protracted mooting In tho Christian church. When it Is through ho will return to Richmond to live. His meeting hero closed with (11 additions. The church Is preparing to buy a pipe organ. I'antagraph. By sooial request of Kureka, Iodge, No. 7, K. P., rs'uwport, Kev. A. V.Slx-morwho Is an enthusiastic inomlwr of tho order, will preach a criuon on l'ythlanlsm next Sunday, the anniversary of tho order there. Sheriff .lulo l'luinincr Is one of the committee to confer with the preacher and Is tho man who will hang Jackson and Walling. Rev. W. W. Bruce, pastor of tho -up-wlnt- od REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. Farm No. t. Situated In Lincoln county, Kv., near Ilx Ulrc, containing 210 ncret, with a tine, laivo hrlck dwelling, two Rootl lurm, all necessary otitliulIiIltiK', all under Kixxl fence; tine orchard of alxjut :iW tree made from a careful and prudent oeltH'tlou of acclimated varieties. Till firm h In a high Mate of cultivation and will tiruduce in tuall-t- y and quantity that of any farm In Lincoln county. Trice MU jier acre; terms easy. No. 2. .Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., containing 300 acres well Improved, all under fence, well watered, fine hody ot timber, 75 acres of river bottom, in fine condition fur any kind offurmlng products Trice SIS per acre, cash in hand, balance In I and 2 years. one-thir- d l I MANAGER. INTERIOR JOURNAL BUILDING:' ho. 5. Situated Jut outside of city limits on a fp end d turnpike and between town and splendid dwelling, barn and all niwsary outbuildings, ample water for lioth domestic and stock This farm is all mi Jer good fence and in n high statu of cultivation, in fact its producing qualities aro 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 being cloo to the fine educational and religious facilities. Trice 810, 000, half cash, balance In 1 and 2 years. No. 7. Near Crab Orchard, containing la? acres, well improved In every particular and nicely loca-tnTrice giti per acre; terms liberal. No.2S. Contains 400 acre, fine y brick dwelling with 8 rooms, splendid barn and all outbuildings, volumes of never falling water, together with a soil that will give satisfaction in the yielding of any kind of rami products, bltuated on good pike, clovj to school and church. Trice S18 per acre; easy terms. 32. store house lio stories high, new stock of general merchandise, which will invoice J2 300; three dwellings with good stable, ware and buggv house and all uecessary outbuildings with splendid wells aud cisterns to each dulling; the total amount of laud ujMin which the buildings stand is two acres. Cost of building the store h use aid three dwellings was SJ0OO and tho land 81,000. The present price for all the b ve projierty 5,000. toll-gatnur-iime- a. -d. two-stor- e, Presbyterian church at Hustonvlllo, has resigned and will likely go South for tho bonotlt of his health. He was tendered a trip to Hot Springs by his admiring congregation, but for good reasons did not accept It. There are few eople In the West End more beloved than Mr. Hruco and his departure will cmiHo tho sincere regret of tho entlro community, Including tho Joi'UNAL, for which he has written so many newsy letters. No. 3. Contain IJ0 acres, Rood Improveme nti excellent water, tine apple orchard, nice location very productive, about 5 miles from Stanford. Trice 53,000. No. I. Situated In Lincoln county and contains acres, all of which Is fine, productive. rler bottom, with splendid Improvement', nil underwood fence plenty of never falllni: water and will produce tine hemp, tobacco and corn. Trice. $2,700; terms easy. 9. 1 Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Fur- nished, KentB Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDEK, Stanford, Ky. m MMmm&mmmmmmmmzw$5-- K. OF P. CELEBRATION. r IY1 I Lkxinoto.v, Feb. 18. Grand Chancellor Stanley Adams' call for a dis"Mr. James Coffey, 'J2, and Miss Llz-7l- e trict meeting was promptly rescinded Browning, lit, wore married at Hus- to by tho 22 lodges composing it, each one sending large delegations. It was tonvlllo yesterday. Prowltt Brown, a widower of 27, and tho inauguration of meetings that aro Lizzie Walls, 10 and pretty, were mar- to follow. ImKrtant questions were discussed and great good was accomried near No Kinney Tuesday. In love, a woman is like a lyre that plished. Phantom Lodge entertained surrenders its secrets only to tho hand the visitors becomingly and "set 'em up" to a banquet, at which about 200 that knows how to touch its strings. 12 years old has ap- woro present. An Indiana girl Senator Wilson, of Indiana, was presplied for a divorce, on tho ground that wants to go back to tho old district ent and said to me, "give my love to Col. she Bill; wo woro In the war together." school. Lincoln and Boyle counties aro largeFrank Owsley, a youth of 2.1, and ly represented hero and most of tho Mrs. Sarah Wilmington, a widow of Si, were married at Fayette, Ind., a few representatives aro stopping at the Family Hotel. Tho Stanford young days ago. A sensation was caused at Paducah men who aro at this hostelry say that by the elopement of the widow of lllioy rates and accommodations considered, They wore it is "ought of sight," to use a slang Boyd and Cliff Burnett. complimentary term. HI. married at Cairo, Joe S. Rice was picked out of about Wright, a Pittsburg Miss Kathryno will wed Sir Kdmund Lech- - 200 to assist in giving tho secret work boautv. mere, of Kngland, who In ISStS rescued at the lodge last afternoon. Bro. Cam Green was extravagantly complimenther from a burning building, ed for elllciont work in tho conference Charles B. Brooke, tho noted crimi Jon F. Watkhs. nal lawyer, who died In New York a of degrees. ago, left three widows, each of week Banker J. M. McKnlghtaiid Alderwhom alleges that she has proof of her man Brltt, of Louisville, have been inmarriage to him, and It appears that dicted by tho lT. S. court at Louisville, none wore over divorced. the former for misappropriating the Mr. A. C. Alford and Miss Etta funds of the Gorman National Bank Gooch, daughtor of Mr. Jas. Gooch, of and conspiring to misappropriate, and McKlnnoy, wore married at Lancaster, the latter for aiding and abetting the yesterday and returned to tho parental misappropriation. Tho former could not roof for an infalr last night. Mr. Al- give $0,000 ball and was placed in cusford Is an oxcellent young man, bober, tody, tho latter gave $2,500 and was reIndustrious and upright, and wo hope leased. he and his pretty bride, who is said to Gov. Bradley has llxed Saturday Imj a lovely young lady, may bo very March 20, for tho execution of Jackson happy. did rrcd Klncaid, of Kansas City, and and Walling. Asked why he said not make It Friday tho 10th, ho that Miss Klllo Rico woro married at Panboon blasphemed and prodora, O. When thegroom's father got Friday had enough and would not be further tho news he telegraphed his now faned disgraced while ho was governor. It is daughter-in-lathat his son had anothwill make a confeser wife who was ut his house. Tho thought Walling her futhcr did tho sion before the day. bride fainted but Tho U. S. supremo court affirmed tho arrested right thing by having-Klncaidecision against Editor Duulap, of Chifor bigamy und now wife No. 2 visitfl cago, and he must go tj prison for two him In jail and amuses herself by ventyears and pay a lino of $10,000. Ho was ing her wrath on him. convicted of publishing obscene adverIn the St. James Hotel, tisement in liis newspaper. An elevator Judge James E. CantriU narrowly San Antonio, Tex., got beyond control, crushed through the roof and fell down escaped being killed by a train ut Georgetown. j tho shaft, fatallylnjuring two men. MATRIMONIAL. LHNDRETH'S G0RDEN SEEDS. 1 New Seeds in Papers and Hulk Guaranteed the Best. ii I .'j vs ,sc R ffi FISHING icwjious V V 1 1 TACKLE . I 1 is. ami ueeis, ocst liass Lines and ever v th nir in tho linn nt T a ! m tt K '& K Wi . Lower Prices. m Wt Lotnnounued from ihn PR ESC? IPTIONS TtrniTs nml m.n.ninnk. d: t m JAt rmi m ffl TTT "a d,WiUVWJOlVAO, KrTinwi9ms m rA4 & rs i STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. WILLIAM SHELTON, Tho Second Session of Prosidont. 1800-97 OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. For ful' inlormation about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our New logue. Address, MKS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Ladv Phixcipal, Stanford, Cata- Ky. VA ISgItlfri A fA UDDGKCAKinG BY phre-nolg- y, ?A J. C. M' CLARY, , :A Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridle?, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Oppo.ite Court-Hou- se m vk sA Square, Stanford, Ky. Ws w wA4xr'hA&vxxf:'pps3t THE Thoroughbred 8LUC-URA3- S KERB Dure: Jersey M HQS3, . lxt oftbU tainoui lirml of swliio in sercral Stau a I'leudM lot ofiiltp of illllirtiit ages for Nile. Hied win a ieclaltr. Satisfaction guaranteed. iullilted AiMtcM My lirrolere were telecttil from tbe ber.l of Cones-IKUlddu- t) R. H. BRONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Ky. M JT l, . I J ,J.t ,) aaiwffjrw-"--a,- - "i,,7t i ii 7TyTn?T--rtrffiniSwT- fi inftiwua ..i..illnr.i-pt.v..TTilr,'Wi M if v -J -- i Cuban insurgents wrecked a pay train mtl- In a card to the Lexington Herald, Dr. Dukstrow, tho Johnston says he will not re- on the railroad near Caudelaria and selionuirc, was hunjr at St. Louis Tues Chairman THE INTERIOR JOURNAL!,1, day for the murder of his wifo and child fuse tho request of the Lexington mass cured over ?000,000 In silver. They alguerrill' throe years ajjo, which was committed meeting for him to go to Washington so killed ton guards and four hemp. Ho as. . hi drunken frenzy. He was the son to ask for a protection on The order for building 40 locomotives hut the estate was holds that he will not surrender his of a Stanford. Kv., Feb. 19, 1897 convictions on protection by attempt- for tho Nippon railway In Japan, Is left hy tho old man that ho could Ube to have been given to tho Baldnothing but the incomo during his life, ing to secure such benefits as Kentucpro- win Locomotive Works, of PhiladelW. P. WALTON. lie was twice convicted of tho crime, ky people are entitled to under a and sentenced to death and from the tective law, though ho may bo opposed phia. InMiller Ripley, of Bristol, Tenn., and llrst feigned insanity. Pretending to to Its onnetmont or the principles his brldo of a week, burned her brothOur past week's business forcibly demonstrates tho fact tlmt the people will buy of KentuoKy volved. Wiikx tho democrats Gcn Bran(icnburg, ho cut all kinds IN a letter to tho Louisville Post. er's house ;ind for fear of being caught if 10 goods are right and prices cheap enough Wo will attempt to ucllpo our last got together in IStiS and organized for of 0lljWrSt but several juries and modi- victory nud good government, no ques - i cal ex,,erts pronounced him as he Nationnl Committeeman Prey Wood- up with drowned thomsolvos in a river week's efforts In bargain-givin- g. no call- really proved to be, for ust oetore ine son says It Is abiurd to talk about har- nearby. tlons were asked and thero was A pair of Ladles' n wool Mitten; worth 25c. At Philadelphia John II. Hoffor, tho IOC. ing to account for former utterances and execution he threw oil the mask of in- mony, even If the W per cent, of the no conscription for former acts and be- sanity and admitting his guilt fobbed democrats could" forgive tho 10 per embezzling cashier of the First Nation 45c. For Ladies' Union Suits; woith 75c liefs. Whether a man had been for or like a child. He wont tb his death cent, who put Bradley and others in of- al Bank, of Lebanon, Pa., was sentenc- 20c. Each for ladles' ribbed vests and pants, a grade usun ly Mld nt 35c, against secession, for the emancipation bravely, however, without a shade of fice at Frankfort and made these nas- ed to 10 years In tho Stato prison and 60c. Pair for nice Inco curtain?, 2 yards long; worth 75c. of slavery or against it cut no ilgure. fear appearing to jwops him. His ty penitentiary and asylum scandals fined $1,000. In a quarrel nt Carney (.'reek, Tenn., 75c. l'nir for a better lace curtain, :ij yards long; worth $1. The past was wiped out and the futuro sister, to whom the vast estate now re- possible: gave tho electoral voto to McIn this way and this verts, refused to contribute a cent to his Kinley and defeated Blackburn. The over a nickel, Marsh Winston killed alone considered. shirts and drawers, regularly sold at 11.25, 75c. Per garment foral wool way alone will tho democratic party dofenBO or to visit him while in prison, silver question is upiwrmost he says John Wilson. Both aro prominent men. d Wilson before he fell, wounded Wins- 36c. For Merino for men; well worth CCc. get together again. There must bo no oither because she thought he deserved and will not down until settled and ton terribly with a shot. right. crimination or recrimination, no pro- death or wanted to get what would go All other Underwear In proportion. Is tho timo to buy your Mrs. Phillips, of Gilboa, O., made a and no atonement for to his heirs. The stubbornne3s with bationary period fire with coal oil and unthoughtedly News Briefly Told. conscience sake. Believing in tho reg- which tho case has been fought and the put a lamp on the stove. An explosion ularity of tho Chicago ticket tho Inte- alleged wealth of tho accused has Lrman J. Gul'o is at Virginia Hot soon followed, her dross caught tiro and Journal very promptly fell in made it a most celebrated case. rior Springs. she was burned to death. line for its support, but it has no quarJnpan has decided to adopt the gold In Hawkins county, Tenn., Miller who from principle, Green Hiver Republican scores The We wore novcr bettor cquipcd to supply tlio want of the pcop e. rel now with those standard and coin silver at the ratio of Ripley and wife burned the house of a considered it, acted otherwise. John Rhea for appointing his broth- 32 as they S I . Ihirs a nice Dongoln patent tip Shoo for Indies; worth il 60. to 1. relative with whom they were at outs The majority of these men nre as much er private secretary and the Frankfort Moore, of Harrison, who and Immediately afterward drowned $ , For nil 75 1'cbblo and glove grain Shoo, heol or spring heel. opposed to republicanism as wo are. Capital endorsed it by giving the article lost his wifo last week, had a daughter thomsolvos In Holston river. They are still our brothers and we editorial prominence. The gentlemen to die Wednesday. 25c. For ladles' nnd genjs' overgnilors: worth 60c nny whore. James Parker, tho alleged Arizona would gladly march shoulder to shoul- arc requested to pull the beam out of 25c and 50c for chi drvn's shoes. The funeral cortege of the late Gen. der with them again In tho battle for the eyes of their own party before they Shelby was the longest ever seen at train robber, for whom scores of detectives have boon hunting for weeks, has SI to S3 Buys you just what you wnnl In the men's Shoo line, In black, tan nnd democracy. They have seen and we try to pick the mote out of tho&e of tho Kansas City, Mo. ow Is the time to buy been captured. The jonalty for train cuocoinie colors have seen what a falluro the republi- democratic party. What's the matter A run on tho Merchants' National robbery in Arizona Is death. power with jumping on tho member from the cans have made wherever given Bank of Jacksonville, Fla., forced that "Mv wife has left mo to associate and wo aro sure that they will bo only 8th district? institution to close. with sinners and I can not endure tho aid in restoring demotoo anxious to The Georgetown Times says that the No oleomargarine can bo sold in West suffering It occasions mo," were the " cratic rule. The money question is setTW assessor's books show that there are Virginia, under heavy penalty, unless words uttered by Charles S. Hick, just tled for a season at least and if it were It Is colored pink. 12 diamonds in Scott county. Tho before committing suicide at Lima, O. And other Winter clothing. The Inst cut nnd n deep one too; come and tnko your not tho officers to be elected this year but At Falcon, Tenn., Sam Hook, a Tho State of Tennessee has leased to pick at 03c on tho $1. do with its Bell family doubtless gave the whole will have have nothing to was crushed to death by a throe firms the lalor of 297 convicts for to see a good lot In, If they are as wealtny and as brakeman, adjustment. We want SI2 Overcoats for IS, 110 overconts for rt, IS overconts for 15; 10 overcoat for newspaper train on his first trip. a term of six years at the minimum $3 50. Hoys' overconts from 5 up. Hoys' knee pants Milts $1, aires 0 to 13. democrat chosen clerk of tho Court of prosperous as their other convention of school The national Appeals and democratic circuit judges, friends in these times of proscrity and superintendents will meet at Indianap- price of &Ci,000 n year. Tho prisoners McKinley and his will bo employed in making shoos and SI.SO For boys' knee pants suits in neat gray cllccltt, sUcs to H years. Commonwealth's attorneys and county neaco nromlsed by olis on February hosiery. $3.25 For youths' long pants uits in neat cheviot in xtures cut from 5 officers elected wherever democrats aro prophets. In Owen county vandals destroyed Courier-JournA bloody battle took place on tho AlIn the majority. As the The Richmond Pantagraph mentions two culverts on a turnpike and threw abama Great Southern railroad near 20c For boys' knej pnnts; better qualities 40c nnd 50c. Wo have on hands tho Is wont to say, so say we In very our business manager for Congress. biggest line of HATS since we havo been established here, Men's Alpine, trees across the road. truth, wo want no office and would not Thanks. He'd be a good man for the Four men, sentenced by tho court, Birmingham Iwtween a farmer, his two e.tra fine felt fur stock in black nnd browns nt 76c. sons and railroad employes. In which have one as n gracious gift, but we do place, but the I. J. can't-spa- re Men's crushers nt 60c, nice fur nnd well worth double the amount. Wo hnvejtut him, were whipped by the sheriff of New the two sons were killed and tho fa and we want to see democrats elected rocciveu six uoen lints in crushers niul Alpine shapes, Mnck nnd brown, which will oven if forced to increase his salary to Castle county, Delaware. ther was fatally wounded. will see them so honored If a conserva- double that of a Congressman. feel the keen edge of the knife, go this week nt 25c. Both Jackson and Walling are brokserving ovei threo years of a Is pursued and tho hot heads tive policy realize the 10 After en in spirit and at last Don't fall to come this week and mo will prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that years' sentence for aiding In lootof both sides sent to the rear. Let harPOLITICS. gravity of their situation. conCommercial National Bank of wo always havo nnd nlwnys will sell cheaper than anybody else. ing the mony prevail and brotherly love Gen. Alfred Pleasanton, one of the tinue, and republican rule will be a The vote in the primary In Shelby most distinguished cavalry comman- Nashville, the cashier, Frank Porter-Helhas been relieved by the presiwas very large aad shows but little dething of tho past. ders of the late war, Is dead. dent of further punishment. fection there. A tax of 2.") cents on each package of There are 13 avowed applicants for Thero are 09,000 llrst class postmasby MT. VERNON, the U. S. Marshalshlp of Kentucky, in- ters In the country, most of whom will half dozen cigarettes Is proved the South Carolina Legislature. A. UIU1ANSKY A CO, I'HOi'Hittons cluding Rev. F.Grider, of Casey, Green walk the plank before the year is out. The minstrels wore well attended The Suite National Bank at St. JoTrimble, of Pulaski, and Judge Brown, Col. Wm. P. St. John, the New York T. D. HANKY, Ma.vaokh. of WOO, lxjth nights. of Laurel. Five lawyers want to bo banker and treasurer of the National seph, Mo., with a capital stock liquidation. teller did a lucrative I'nrN, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenceburg. Tynthlana, Versailles, EmiThe fortune district attorney, among them Con- democratic committee, died suddenly. 000, will go into voluntary nence, Georgetown, Kliinbcthtown, Frankfort, nnd Mnuckport, Ind. Hon. Gus Richardson, of Meade business here Wednesday. gressman John W. Lewis, of WashingIn the primary election In Shelby county, A dark haired boy is looking out for broke his arm and sustained ton county, and R. D. Hill, of Whit- Saturday, R. L. Pulllam, late of this young la ley. Col. D. R. Collier, of Garrard, J. county, was nominated for county at- other injuries In a bad full on his farm. that golden haired girl and a The children of Benjamin Henry, of dy Is dreading the next two years. and two oth- torney. Speed Smith, of Mudison, Judge T. Z. Morrow and wife wore Evans filed in the Carlisle, have for a pot a lamb brought Congressman ers will contend for the office of suroperation. entertained by Mrs. A. G. Lovell last veyor of the port at Louisville, while House a petition for the passage of the into tho world by a Gesarian Tho fiscal court of Woodford county Saturday evening and by Mrs. J. W. Dr. C. J. Walton, of Hart, Judge Vin- antl scalper's bill, signed by 2, 100 has decided to condemn all turnpikes Nesbitl last Wednesday evening. cent Boreing, of Laurel, and several The grand jury adjourned last WedJohn B. Gaines has secured control not surrendered to the county by March others want McKinley to reclnd Clevenesday after finding about l."0 Indict the pension of the Park City Dally Times and the 1. land's order and give them VanDye gave himself up agency at Louisville. Yerkes has a Dally Advocate, of Bowling Green, has Jesse Allen Anderson, I ml., saying ments. Tins is alarming. One jury to officers at man lost his mind in the grand jury cinch on the collectorshlp In this dis- been discontinued. been that he had committed thefts at Padu-ca- room and the judge had to upoint a A number of Indictments have trict, If he wants It, but It Is likely he substitute. will be given something very much returned against prominent citizens of The latest schedule shows that tho An Indictment for murder was found dead sure of Nicholas county for betting and holding better. Sam Roberts is depositors of the defunct First Nation- against Per Rigsby and Groely Ioar. collectorshlp, but It is stakes on the lust election. the Lexington Bank, of Newport, will be paid In It will bo remembered that those parIt is figured out that the 2oth judi- al anybody's race in the 2d district. There full. ties were tried before Judge Bothurum, arc going to be many disappointments cial district, composed of Bell, Harlan, Elijah Watson has been postmaster tho former was released on bond of 0 counties, has over 200 and heartaches and not a few acces- Leslie and Perry at Rushville, Mo., since 18.VI, having and tho latter cleared. sions to tho democratic ranks from candidates, or one candidate for about been appointed in President Pierce's Valuable Goods Given away with Coffee nnd linking Powder. The jug trade will not lw so brisk if republican every 20 voters. those who now claim their time. to roach it will tho effort of our court The populist hold upon the South principles the loudest. Two Negroes who burned tho house avail aught. Thirty-seve- n indictments has loosened. Out of 1,900 members Mississippi weio ANOTHER railroad record has been of Southern Legislatures, only 204 are of a whlto man in wore found against J. W. .lumen, of graves befoio Crab Orchard, for soiling whisky hero. established. II. J. Mayhem, a Denver of tho populist variety, while 307 are forced to dig their own being lynched. New republicans and 1,3S9 are democrats. mining investment broker, left It is time something Is donu for the John Faucett, colored, fell Into a county. It Is getting back where it was York for Denver Sunday with the hope One man out of every 0 n ithe coun Saturday night 10 of reaching thero before his son, who try, or over 700,000 altogether, hasi ditch at Campbcllsvllle, years ugo. and died from exjosure before he could was at the ioint of death, breathed his gone to Canton since the beginning of When there Is rottenness In tho arena, there should be a sufflast. He reached Chicago by the fast- the last presidential campaign. Itpajs be rescued. In Bartlett county, Tom., a youth icient number of upright men In any With one Pound of Coflee. HANDSOME LAMP with one 15c can of linking est train and then hired a special to small towns to raise presidents. Cinnamed Jones shot his father to death in party to frame a right sentiment to Powder. Como nnd see forourself. take him to his boy. It ran over the cinnati Commercial Tribune. that party. Instead of ullowing the dark under the supposition that he guide county to become a laughing stock Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and your One of the candidates for jailer In among your sister counand Burlington & Missouri roads and made Calloway county publishes a card In the . was a burglar. ' Patrick ties, place old Rockcastle to the front HIG-G-IN- S the 1,020 miles in 18 hours and ."2 min- Times ottering as an Inducement to tho ' In Sevier, county, Tenn., Graj-soby putting honorable men in office. William utes, beating all records from one to voters to buy two at an j Matthews assassinated in the presence The grand jury failed to find indicthis brother-in-law- , threo hours. At every stop tho father expense of $12.", and keep them in Murment against G. A. Parker for killing his father. In the trial of Dameron sent a hopeful dispatch to tho boy and ray ready for business as long as he is , of Grayson's wife. Jesse Harrison was shot' and killed ohurged with murder thero was a hung continued to send them after he was jailer. also In tho case of Todd charged Editor Adams, of the Richmond Pan- - at Whltesburg by J. A. Cox, a mer- jury, manslaughter, Tllford MIzo was dead, as ho was not apprised of tho with to Harrison margiven two years for assault on Monnlo death till his arrival at Denver. The tajraph, sniffing failure to get office chant, who objected sighs sadly and says he stands a fair rying hlB servant girl. Poynter, Stevo Adklns plead guilty to railroads charged him $1,000 for the Mrs. Hattle Star, who comj)osed "Do obtaining goods under false pretenses chance to reap cord wood, shucks, fodIn tho world nnd you'll And them in every town in the engine and one coach. one der, chickens, ducks, geese and other Do My Huckleberry Do," Is under ar- and was given year year, Calvin Jones country. for forgery. one Mrs. Lucia Smith, who is running valuable things usually taken in ex- rest In New York charged with steal- was given has been very sick. Mrs. 1. Tho druggist who sells "chenp" drugs only. Dr. Davis ing veils and other articles. for the democratic nomination for su- change for subscriptions. 2. The druggisl'who soils some good drugs and como Crouteher Is quite 111. Mr. Will Smith, Henry Kiefer, a New York dude, who had threo ribs broken, is in a critperintendent of schools In Carroll counAnderson county democrats will hold 'cheap" one. Miller, of ty, is experiencing the trials that beset their primary May 1. Thero are 45 wore shoes that were too small for him. ical condition. Capt. John court. Dr. 3. Tho druggist who soils nothing but good drugs and Lancaster, Is hero attending those who seek office. Her measly candidates for county offices. Judge Inilaranmtlon set up and it .was neces Benton, of Brodhoad, was here Mon- charges only whnt tliey'ro worth. male opponent started tho story that Thomas H. Hanks has withdrawn from sary to amputate one of his legs 4 Tho so called exclusive druggist who sells good dav. Mr. M. C. Miller, of Texas, is The longest commercial distance at visiting tho homcfolks. Mrs. U. C she had a picture of McKinley in her the race for Stato Senator, leaving the drugs generally, and novcr forgets to load them down window during tho recent campaign, field clear to Judge L. II. Carter. All which tho long distance telephone is Williams entertained tho young peowith exorbitant prices. evening which sho vehemently denies and pub- democrats who will support the nomi- now operated is from Boston to St. , .Sir. handsomely last Thursday a farn We belong to tho third kind. Ourpriccs nnd goods ' Noah Tyreo has moved to Louis, a distance of 1,400 miles lishes uffidavits in the Currollton pa- -' nees will be permitted to vote. aro right. near town. Mr. Abe Pennington's new Tho convention of distillers at CIn- - residence nears completion. pora to back her denial. Mrs. Smith Tho Capital says that Mr. McKinley ... will llnd as the canvass progresses that said to certain gentlemen: ''If Gov. clnnatl adopted resolutions urging a tho roads to office aro thorny and rough Bradley's worst enemy were to be elect- reduction of tho Internal revenue tax TflliHl I and not by the primrose paths of dal- ed United States Senator it would not from $1.10 to 70 cents a gallon. MMID I Ul UUllii Lewis Ginter, tho millionaire cigar-- , liance. Interfere in the slightest degree with recognition of your distinguished ette maker of Richmond, Vu., gave a THE Indiana Legislator, who has be- my In the filling of tho offices in 'social function" last night which was, I ojfer for mle privately four Town come disgusted with ordering some- governor in Miller Addition to Stanford, one on com- affair. your Stato, and if you think it worth to rival the Bradley-Marti- n thing from a bill of fare with a high have decided to let cr Liuan Avenue and Lancaster street, con- y Turkey Is said to sounding French name to llnd it a com- while you may say this to Gov. Brad-lolaming Six Acre, good burn, crib, cistern ru the powers settle the Cretan question, md mnU, fwm for me." in Jrxlt w premon, every day article of food, has Tho county commlttco of Mercer, decontinues to prepare for war. lhe imi ornamental tree; an unimproved lot sented a bill to prohibit hotel keej)ers cided that Floyd Taylor and Frank but commanders of tho foreign vessels In adjoining it, containing nearly 1 wo Acres, from printing their bills in anything Thompson must run tho race over for Cretan waters havo sent word to tho one fronting Miller street, containing Four Acres: oim on Whitley Avenue of One Acre but the English language. Wo second county superintendent. The returns X Greeks that any attack on Canea, HnJ qm lioQl For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer jho motion. showed Taylor nominated by 11 votes. Retlmo, Herkalion or Sltla will bo re--1 jjie gix and Four-Acr- e Lot can be di- prices than ever. We may escape the wages of sin for In tho Bohon precinct Taylor got 80 pelcd by the foreign war ..ships. Greece tided gold Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed ... LUnll t March 8. n ml ti twin .. Jf a season, but the penalty Is sure to votes and Thompson six. The latter Continues u umuu tun truuia mm .,.., uiui court not before on that day 1897, countu will be told pub. dag, .v, one side all seasoned stock. . ..,. of claimed irregularity and brought up entiy uoes noi menu .w como sooner or later. The author Kdjf 0jtht court n0Me do0ft "Do, do, My Huckleberry, do, " Is in jail 2T men from Bohon to make affidavit. tlo Its handa while Turkey is mustering MRS KATE J'. MILLER, Exit of W. JL Miller. that they had voted forAhim. squadrons and troops. at last. .GRAND. 11 hi ii- cd Drawing Prices. I I -- nc.-ul- sot-tie- nil-wo- Pay-No- w er OYSRtO. M.!T JO WW-W- ' f 1 10-1- al d, THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. -- Ken-tuckinn- s. LOOK AT THIS. h. 600DS TO GIVEAWAY. Pitcher i'J,-00- K Fine Decorated Bowl and I by-wo- rd n, & McKINNBY. blood-houn- There Are Four Kinds of Druggists I l""" ftfc Fftr SlIP PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Doors, Sash and Blinds, It j Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Eto. i. il ,iD -- A. C.SINE;, -- Stanford, Kv. i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Stanford, Kv., K. C. I will sell rough lumber and shingles as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. Fun. 19, 1897 Walton, Jlt'diNKss Maxai:k. Youhhould tnko your prescriptions to Penny's drug HUiru wiero prompt and accurate ervico Is K"t-'ei- l PERSONALS, Mils. Uoiti'.iiT L''r..V7.i:i la qulto trick. Ci W. CJ. W:i.cil went to Mt. Vor-no- n Tuesday. Mits. W. A. Timiium: visited frionda in Danville this week. Miss Octavia Si.kmokk is viking hur brother at Clinton, Tonn. MlssMAMli:MoouKvunt to MissKati:(ooki: is viidtlni; Mih. Dr. Loo F. Ihiiruuiti in Lexington. Lontx-vlll- o TttOMltiy to' remain ti month or ho. Mkh. J. 11. lAXTON irt vlalting Mr. T. J. KoblnonH family in the West End. Miss Moi.ui: Buhdktt wont up to Mt. Vernon yoatordny to iond u few week, Mils. Tiios. Dai.ton went to Porry-vlll- e yesterday to vlwit Mro. J. A. Car-lente- r. is Miss Anxii: Lasi.ky, of Louisville, the truest of her cousin, Miss Susie C.K.s 1). It. COLLI Kit ami W.T.Woht were hero yesterday to see the tfray Koldlntf. Mils. S. M. OwnNS and Miss Glenn Hlbb aro visiting their sister at Hrh-t- ol, Term. MUS. J. S. UoriCKit entertained the Kconnmicul Club royally yesterday afternoon. rlht of JOHN Walkkk, Garrard, is learn- ing tin' hanking businutts in the Farmers Uank it Trust Co. Mil. .JOHN Hlain continues to hold his own although ho Is still in an almost helpless condition. Hoiii'.kt Moitr.LANii Is aent for the Cincinnati I'oit now and servos It for breakfast to his ubcrllors. Mil John C. Hill is very low with uml his recovery Is impossithe ble, lie is nearly SI years of ae. Mil. J. KICK HIIOWN and handsotue mssed through to wife, of Chicago, Lancaster yesterday to visit his pa- droy rents. AN entertainment In honor of Miss Virginia liowman was given by Miss Hleanor Coleman in Lexington last evening. Misses Sallii: Cook and Iam Hock er, of Hustonville, and J. H. Cook, of Lawrenceburg, visited relatives here this week. Jl'DGK J. V. ALCOltN came home from London Wednesday quite sick with symptoms of pneumonia, but is letter now. Mil. Tlino. Wesley, who wants to lw jKstniasU3r at Middlcsburg, was here TueMlay. It would lw hard to find a better man for the olllce. Miss Bessie Cheatham, the beautiful daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Win. Cheatham, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Bessie Dunlap In Danville. Mess its. M. F. Klkin and BANK Stock. Matt Woodson sold FARM AND TRADE, to James P. Bailey tho seven shares of Farmers Bank As Trust Co. stock adP. P. Nunnclley sold to J. W. BaughTlIEHEareH prisoners in jail now vertised last week, iit$105. man calves at 811. and Mine Iloit DoRord has a "house Star Pointer, 2:02$, will be sold at full." Boy. Mr. T. J. Foster received a Fasig's New York dispatch yesterday from Wihnoro that t Northern seed sale next month. Till: "Fast Mall" will be put on at, oats, clover, timothy Walton's Oiiiu-- TIiiiimm Mnr.-l- i Hi.li. ntwl his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Metcalf, and s seed at B. K. Wearon it will bo thrllllngly spectacular and had another boy and ho and his mother As Son's. wore doing well. uraniallc. Sandy Carpenter, of tho West End, Looic Hkke. You can buy your HoL'SEnnd lot on Whitley Avenue sold to an Ohio party a saddle golding corn, hay, oats (seed or feed), cow feed in Stanford, well Improved, will he sold for $160. Thertj is a difference of only five and the best and chenjwst coal, nutaud on Court-hous- e Square, to the highest lump, at Noel A: Son's. bidder, Monday, Feb. 2'2, circuit court pounds In tho weights of John R. Gentry and Robert J. day. C. C. Withers. Last Call. Vou must pay your 18M Henry county farmers are feeding tax on or Iwforo March 10th, 1807, or The young gentlemen have engaged horsellcsh to hogs as a preventive of your property will lo advertised. T. the Opera House for a hop next Mon- diseases among them. D. Nowlund, S. L. C. day njght In honor of the visiting laJ. W. Allen, of Hustonville, sold at dies and the father of his country. The Danville Monday .'10 cattle averaging I HAVE secured the services of an exDanville Orchestra will furnish the mu- about 660 pounds at 22..'l7i. perienced butcher who will bo pleased sic. A Woodford county man bought to wait on the people of Stanford and C. C. W. James Floyd, a West End horses at SI a head at Georgetown for vicinity. G. W. Logan. Negro, who was indicted last court for the purjKJso of feeding theilesh to hogs. WOVEN wiro and oak picket fence, carrying concealed wcajKms, was placJosh Jones sold to J. C. Johnson, of the most economical fence in the mar- ed In jail by Deputy Sheriff R. M. Boyle, a bunch of hogs at 3c, and to ket. I am selling it at alMiut cost of Nowlund, Tuesday. He will be tried Danville butchers a lot of butcher stuff at manufacturing. A. C. Sine. during circuit court. Pence As Dawes sold to Henry Ple.ie-anA. W. Carien-teA PLEASANT spell of several days Sold a Toll-hath- . a bunch of steers at 2Jc; one to w. president of the Stanford As came to an end yesterday, when clouds II. Llllawl at .'ilc and one to Robt. Ruspike, now the property of the overspread tho sky that had been clear sell, of Boyle, at 2e. e county, sold one of the houses since Sunday, making it as dark at 1 W. W. Goddard, of Mercer county, to Sam Tucker for $160. o'clock as night and rain began to fall. hns succeeded In a breeding experiund Friday colder." ment, the object of which was to pro"Showers PkesmibntM. II. Smith's private car passed down to Louisville, WedTHE Mexican Veterans, Messrs. R duce hornless cattle, At the sale at Chicanesday, carrying Mr. Smith and other Williams, John Dickerson, William go, Sandy Bay, 2:12. brought 1,000; distinguished gentlemen. They had McConnack, William Burton, Thomns Kuthlee, 2:18J, 32,000; Lord Clinton, been attending court at London. Gooch, J. T. Harris and Jack Bosley, will celebrate the anniversary of the 2:08!, 31,600, nnd Moxie,2:12J, 31,800. Fakmeils' MEirriNO. A. D. Tho Climax says that corn sold at commencement of the battle of Buena of Dansville, N. Y., will give a Ham Norrls' sale at College Hill at Vista Monday, by partaking of a big free lecture and distribute free books $1.0. The Bullards shipped a carload dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel. on Commercial Fertilizers at the courtof shoats to Cincinnati bought at 2t to house in Stanford on Friday, Feb. 2(1, Attention, Democrats. The mem- :ic. J. T. Mock sold to T. L. Riddle, of !iL2l. M. See ad. bers of the Democratic County Committee aro requested to meet in Stan- Eaglo Falls. W. Va., his handsome pair Cheap, ain't they? A "Mb can of Ap- ford at 10 A. M., Satuwlay, March tlth, of harness mares lor 31,000. They are ples for 6c; a 'i lb. can of Peeled Peachfor the transaction of imiwrtant busi- very fast and can trot better than 2:36. es for 10c; a 1'0 o.. cake of Globe Soap ness. Advocate. The various candidates for for 6c; a large bottle of Tomato Catsup county otllces aro also asked to be presF. T. Perkins stripped 2,400 bushels for 6c, VI lbs. of Green Coilce for $1. ent at 1 P.M. of the same day. J. E. of blue grass seed In 10 days with a sinWarren A: Shanks. gle strlpicr, breaking all records. Ho Carson, Chairman. Next Monday will be Washington's MUELLER. Tho remains of Mrs. M. sold the seed at 20 cents per bushel birthday and a legal holiday, but it Mueller, of Louisville, were brought fresh from the stripper. Richmond Pnntagruph. won't prevent circuit court from runhere Wednesday and Interred in BuffaAnderson As Spillman bought of J. C. ning all the same. The ostmaster lo Cemetery. She used to keep the and the bankers constitute the only toll gate on tho Hustonville pike and Caldwell and others, 2:15 acres of the coming wheat crop at 02 cents. They Krtion of our patriotic opulallon. was thought a great deal of by all who also bought . at Georgetown 15 Curitcii roit Sale. The Rush knew her. Her death was caused by of corn ut $1.17 to $1.50 per barrel, deBranch church will lo sold at auction general debility. She raised two sons, livered at the Danville deiot. AdvoFob. 27, as will be seen by advertise- Messrs. F. W. and Augustus Miller, cate. Georgetown Monday 260 cattle At ment in this issue. The membership who aro now in paying business in the sold, best at 4c. Big mules brought city und they camo up to 6ee the body 3S5 to $100, small ones $40 to 305. Mrs. has disbanded and united with the Hubble, Iuincastcr and Stanford churches laid nway. They were adopted by her Ellen Whitney's farm of 130 acres on In 1870 and have ever since been treat- the C. S. sold to R. D. Colllus at 304.60 according to convenience. ed an her own children. Sho educated and Graves farm of 140 acres on the Dr. W. Want the Advocate. Messrs. T. their and lived to see them well estab- Lemon's Mill piko to at $69.75. B. of Lexington, C. Fox and T. M. Goodknlght aro ne- lished. Fred W. has recently married gotiating with Mr. II. E. Woolfolk for a handsome and wealthy lady and they the purchase of the Advocate. Ho has llvo in good stylo in a house of their named 310,600 as the price and the own on East Broadway. Ho a Red man I liavo opened up n Candy Manu facto gentlemen may take it at that if they and an Elk and so is his brothet , and ry on Lancaster Street and can supply can not squeeze a lower llguro. loth hold lucrative und rcsonslble poCANDV sitions In the Frank Fehr Brewing Co. Gamincj. Bill Singleton, a Turners-vill- e Their friends here are glad to know Exceland darkey, was given over to Jailer that they have gotten along so well In Of Mnny Varieties Mr V Superior Egbert, lency every day urtls DoBord Tuesday night by Constable life. They owe a great deal to Mrs. an experienced maker, is in charge and Bailey. Singleton had been "gaming" Mueller and recogonize ho debt per- guarantees satisfaction Give us a call and was held in $60 to apoar at cir- fectly. Sho was twice married, the last J A STEPHENSON. cuit court, but failing to make bond he time changing her name only from Milwill board with Mr. Do Bowl till his ler to Mueller. 20-od- d A HftiitlMjrue GIVEN : A Cruiou Portrait of yourself or friend with each 10's Worth of Goods. Wo liavo just opened a largo and comprehensive stock of AWAY Side-Hoards, I ;jj v I Blue-Gras- Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, HIUC-- I1RAO, AO. ; ! The latl cHre especially invitud to see our new lino of Dining Tables, Hooker, Enameled Hd. Easles, Pictures, kc I'icturo Frame imulu to order. Work and price gu iranteed Insect our lino of CoucIkm. Mirrors anil Window Shades J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lancaster, Ky. : ! Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet Something new in the realm of Health nnd Hjgiene It is for the benetitof every man, woman nnd child. It is naturo's crcflt helper in the ue of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Hath Folding Cabinet for Homes A complete Kus-sia- n Medicated or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs Treatment by your own flresido at a nominal cost. All physicians endorse it and It is now in use in many Hospitnls of tho jf country nnd in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect cure for La Grippe, Hhcumatism, Neuralgia, (.old, Skins Diseases. Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidney and Liver Troubles, and is Woman's Be&t Friend After a vnnor bath luRt before going to bed, you will say no other bath is comparable to it. It removes all the effete, pernicious accumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth nnd glowing, reinvlgorating the whole system. "With ordinary care will last a life time When not in use can be folded and set away Two or three cents' worth of wood nlcohol and about a pint of water is all that iH necessary for each bath. Can be seen at Craig & Hocker'sand Miss Liccie Beazley's -- iJvmpI 2c ts r, Mil-legevil- le toll-gat- 87-2- to-nig- J. S. HUGHES, Southern fljert. Splan-Newga- ss yTi!$)i!i We have added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock Merchandise and are now prepared to oi General Mc-Nal- r, Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an every-day, I please sujt to a wedding outfit. Our stock of tfc Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queensware, Sc, was never more complete. FARRIS & HARDIN, car-loa- ds I Mattings, Mattings, I U i " m Mattings. Carpets, Carpets, Carpets. NEW f I8Q7 Mc-Clur- e, CANDY KITCHEN! FRESH i 01-- tf Joe F. Waters, State solicitors for the Order of MncealMjos, nre in Sholbyvillo giving the people a chance to get a good thing. Key. A. V. Slzi:.ioiti: and wife went to Newjwrt yesterday whore the former has boon called to preach. A largo crowd was at the iloxt to tell them good-bye. Or u Business Manager couldn't go to Mt. Vernon this court and Kditor .hunes Marot kindly acted in his place d and sent us a cheek yesterday. That's the kind of a friend Jim is. Mil. J. M. LOtiAN, Suite agent for the Forest "Fluctuation System" of Investment, was hero this week talking it up to investors. lie can readily allow how $100 can earn with him live nor cent, u week. Some eight or 10 couples formed a storm party and went out to Hon. G. A. Lackey's Monday night. They wero charmingly entertained by Misses Clara and Ophelia Lackey, assisted by their guest, Miss Mattio Klkin. gixxl-plze- Messus. W. II. Weaken, George B. Wearcn, Dr. A. S. I'rieo, J. D. Weur-en- , J. W. ITocker, B. n. Dunks, Jou F. Waters, Joe S. Rico, J. F. Cummins, M. F. Elkin and R. G. Denny attended the K. P. celebration in Lexington Wednesday. HOME NEWS, IV. i DANKS has Hue mantel clocks. Danks for Sterling silver spoons. TKY us for cash. inFarrla As Hardin. Sl'KlNO goods for received. Itupley. suitings now being Come and select. II. C. Gakden now is uml tlowor seed, sweet peas the time to plant. W. B. Me- - Roberts. Stenookaimiy and typewriting done correctly und reasonably at the Intek-io- k JouknaL olllce. m I will soil you beat quality steel rooting nearly us cheap as you can buy shingles. A. C. Slno. boxing, stripped and nearly seasoned, $1 per nun dred feot. H. J. McRobcrts. LUMUEK, fruming and Just Opened and on Sale at tho Lowest Price? Ever Known on These The tlscal court was in On Saturday, Feb. 27, '97, Goods. Come and See Tliem Whether You Need One or Not The commission We will odor the ers apointed under condemnation pro- Hush Branch for sale on the premises conMeetiim House and Lot ceedings against the Stanford and taining Two Acres. The house and lot wi IN Hall's Gaj) pike had taken proof of be offuied separately and then a a whole m valuo of the road, when witnessig and tho highest bid will be accepted The swore that it wasn't worth anything all title to the land is perfect. At the same Read their ail. and then go und see tho way to 31,000 a mile. Tho county tiiuo and place will be sold all the Seats, Stoves, Desks, Ac Sale will commence what excellent and what great variety had offered $12 a share for it. There at 2 i m J M McHobsiits, ! of candy they mnko. Trustees. J W. I.00AN, are 218 shares, tho county owning IK) of 01 td J L S. Wither und D. W. Vundeveer (Ci. While a sat.etillcatiou and prayer them meeting was going on at Tom Oaks' Tho majority reiort favors paying the other night a half dozen or so little 37.60 per share and the minority 31.'i.60 A Nice Home For per share and assume tho debt of $.'100. lK)ys, who had borrowed pistols, gathIs the certainty of fulfillment 1 desiro to sell privately the President C. Fowler for the Knob ered around the house and shot a dozen of each and every one of them. When you leave frame dwelling in Middleburg, former y or more times. Oaks and the other Lick pike projwscd to tho court take owned and occupied by Jno, W. Wilcher, $12 a share for the road, provided your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guaranbrothers ran them away but that containing jive big rooms and many mod. tho election on the turnpike question em conveniences There aro all necessatee that you will have an accurate and reliable timedoesn't end it. He has sworn out writs for tho little scamps and they will like- Is declared legal, ho to run tho road and ry outhouses, all in good repair, and an piece. collect toll till then, but nothing was excellent small orchard nnd good we ly pay for their fun. Write me for further particulars Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are on tho pro)osition. done JAMES W McWHOHTEH, Who Ake They? A coward who President J. K. Baughman offered ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? 91 lm Middleburg, Casoy Co , Ky. lives In Stunfowl criticises tho Climax the Carpenter Station As Moreland at We have gained the reputation for miles around for for its published opinion of one of the 316 per share. best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince MEETING. best citizens of Lincoln county, a man P. W. Carter, R. L. Porter and G. FARMERS' you. who has done more to put Stanford on W. Young wero appointed to investithe map than even the L. As N. or any gate tho valuo of tho Chappoll's Gap A. D. McNAIE, Dansville, N. Y., other agency. This is the kind of road. a FREE LECTURE and W' ' G. M. Davison resigned as county Wilgive free books on Commercial undistribute a target ut which the on at StanfoiiD Count-Hous- e derhanded, undersigned writer directs judge and tho resignation was accepted 10 days. of criticisms. Come out in to take effect in nls shafts Friday, 26, '97, tho ojon, partner, maybo you aro a genThe Stanford Banner, Dan Parker, 91 2t 2 v m. At tleman. Richmond Climax. editor, issued its ilrst number 20 years Dealers In The issuo tells of False Alarm. About 7 o'clock ago next week. for killing a fox hounda Tuesday evening Frank Rout telephon- celebrated trial WaggA Farm of 15G Acres, of which 40 acres ed from tho water works that Frank brought by Wm. M.Cralgagalnst Samuel Bailey, in which nil tho fox hunv;r McKinney'd house was aflro, and to tho rtesfaj hna ters took interest. Bailey won. Judge ' i ntlf r ft Vti yi no.', lino si ariii7t7 mini r iuit nii tjrjm, i scene all who could get horses rushed. ciar(f (100 beariiujfruit trees. This farm &c. It proved a false alarm though and J. W. Alcorn was of counsel for Craig. is a portion of the Grccnberrij Bright farm. Tho editor acknowledges a charcoal Will rent privately, but if not rented before what looked like u house burning was Agents for only a lot of brush and straw which pipo from A. A. Warren and public County Court day, March 8, 1897, will on that day rent it at public auction at the Mr. J. W. Watson was disposing of. documents from Hon. G. A. Lackey, in Stanford. For further inwho was then a member of the LegisMr. McKlnney thought he and his wife formation, apply to the wero being "stormed" and wero ready lature. Dr. P. W. Logan had just Jit; Ah USTATJS JSAUUANUU, and located. The anOpposite the Court-HousStanford, Ky. to entertain their guests in royal style. moved to town nouncement of Col. Tom Napier for s THE wreck between East Bernstadt sheriff appears. Auctioneer J. M. and Pittsburg, which was tho result of u reports the sale of "40 line, large, rear end collision, was a bigger thing unfatted bullocks at $71." An obituary On Monday, March 8th, than wo tlrst heard. Besides almost of Col. Rico T. Stewart, brother of Mr. 1897, wo will sell on tho promises adjoin-inel)ruining an engine, Chief Dispatcher Roy Stewart, appears. He was 81. -J. K VanArsdnle's and W. A. arc those of W. F. Sheridan tolls us that 14 cars Among tho advertisementsIn tho drug Tribble's property, fronting on the Cut-of- f Joe Severance, who was wero ditched and wero more or less business, J. N. Craig As Son, In tho dry pike and on revton at ungues Avenue, a d of corn was In goods, C. H. Rochester As Son, grocers, number of residence lots in the most beaubroken up. A -- Is) Receiving his- tiful locality about the town of Stanford. tho wreck and was badly scattered but S. D. Myers, undertaker, II. T. Har- Said property will be sold for d ris, insurance agent, John B. Short, Mr. Sheridan managed to disposo of it saddlery, John B. Dennis, carriage ma- cash; balance on 0 and 12 months with 6 at (50 eenta per barrel. The company, ker and so on. The paper did not llvo percent, interest. It will first be sold in he says, will lose about $10,000 bv tho very long and upon Its ruins, tho In- lots and then offered as a whole and the collision, which was caused by the terior Journal, was founded March best price will be accepted. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. HUGHES & PEYTON. carelessness of a flagman. 1, 1872. Kitchen, just opened by is being liberally J. A. Slcphcm-on- , patronized and all who have tried them pronounce their candles W. Curtis Egbert Is the manufacturer and seems to fully understand the business. THE Candy tlrst-class. trial. m m PUBLIOSALE. PATTERNS m Ti'RNPllCES. -- session yesterday. 1 SEVERANCE St SON. imw&mmm&mmft:wmimi! oF Sale. My two-stor- y W1 3 .11 ' 1 THOMAS DALTON. loft-hande- d, Fer-ti.ize- February B. K. WEAREN & SON -- j TOR RK7T. d 9 Farming Implements of all Kinds, ons, Buggies, Carriages Carts, Buckboards, court-hous- e Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. e. m Hlg-gln- LOT SALE. H.C.RUPLEV, r. THE MERCHANT TAILOR ear-loa- one-thir- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ' J : .,,. rv IL A - K' A . - fmt?-'- - - r--! i in" 'Tiy ir "iTTT in ViT'TniiiiiHiMMii'irrirtiifrvrTaTtir mVirffrrri iinr iwJiiwi t,tienatim WHWff Vi pnwpiiio-i.nyiniip- pwiinnHiM , p.fcMwi f.mlfL.W.frl,M-tf.r- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL S'la.bllsliod'r'ra.osiaj-- a aj.3.rrtia.3ro BRODHeflD m S3 PICK. YJflAR IX Vr J tf i nr When not so paid OZ.SO will te charged. tmsm Smdl ii at 4:30 LOCAL TIME Mi, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Train leaves Stanford at 7: 10 a. iu. andjreturns at p.m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. held at the Christian church Friday night and the occasion promises to be TimOUOII TICKLTS SOLD. nn enjoyable one. All are invited to UAOOAUE CHLCKED TIinOUQH. attend and witness the display of the For any Infonuatlon enquire ol children. I feel that wo owe It to them. JOK S. MCE, Agent, Mr. A. E. Albright and W. H. Coll-ye- r Stanford, Ky. have organized a new brass band, consisting of the following boys: QUEEN & CRESCENT. Cleave Cable, II. Collyer, Ora Frith, Trains pass Junction City as follows: Hugh Martin, 3 3f Jp m Bob Hicks, "W. Owens, No. 1 South .... 12 (Hip ni No. 2 North 4 " ....3 15 a m V. Martin, Charlie Pike, Horace Ben....2 0;a in No. 3 " I 49 pm 113tam " 0 " No. 5 " ajWlptu "10 " ....6 00atu ton. No. 0 " os. 9 and 10 run no further than JuncMiss Leila Rogers, of Crab Orchard, tion City. All trilns stop there. is visiting Miss Delfle Colly this week. Mr. E. Protheroe is In Cincinnati KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. this week. R. S. Martin has gone to VIA OEOHOErOWN. A. St. Junction City to spend a few days. Mr. p.m. P. a m. 2,00 Lve. Somerset, Arr 0.1 2 30 Cass has returned to his place of " 12 835 J. R. ' Jet. City. 3 15 630 business at Millwood. Mr. Bennie Pike Georgetown, LvlOS) 4 50 5 03 Arr 400 ' KranUort, " 6 55 7 35 9 15 made a Hying trip to Pulaski. Miss o I.ve 9 55 Paris 8 30 Arr 535 Jennie L. Reynolds went to Oak Hill Dally except Sunday Wednesday. C. Ii HEltCAW. O. V A. Mrs. Josio Tyrce lost her little boy on the 16th of a throat afTcction. Mrs. Andy Hiatt died Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock of pnemonla fever after an Ill ness of two weeks. She was Miss Ollle Vicers before her marriage to Mr. Andy Hiatt and was raised by Mr. Koran-de- r Hiatt. She was a model, Christian woman, a good mother and an affectionate wife and beloved by all who knew her. We all extend our sympathy to the little girl that Is left without n husa mother and the band. She was buried at Oak Hill church and Bro. Pike preached her funeral. ForallU'olnts. Note-N1 OH So. 2i5 " 2t'o. 25 Xo.Z " No. 24 Tratu going Korth " " " South " ..... t2 3T p 111 u 8 13 12 01 p m " ....... 1031pm Mr. Hope Tlmrp left for rurksvlllc, 111., nnd we wish him success in his new homo. The Rev. Borum, of Mlddlcbboro, commenced a series of meetings at this place last Monday night. He hus made a good beginning and we are hoping for a good meeting. Mrs. Rev. Borum nnd little daughter, of Mlddlesboro, are spending this week with us. She seems to be a zealous, working Christian and has made a good impression on our people. Mr. Plea9 Williams and a young Miss Adams, daughter of Mrs. Sallio Adams, was united in matrimony last Friday evening at the bride's home, Squire Granville Owens officiating. Our school entertainment will be The Chesapeake & Ohio having been decided on by the State executive republican committee as the official lino to carry the Kentucky delegation to the inauguration, arrangements are being made by the company to (handle the entire delegation Jjwith rtho same comfort and luxuries as tiro afforded on all regular C. fc O. vestlbuled trains. In order to faclliate mattors and to form a correct estimate of the number going, you arc requested to tend in your name for sleeping ear space as . A round trip rate of early as one fare (J14.53 from Lexington, Winchester, and Mt. Sterling) and correspondingly low rates from all central Kentucky points has been made for the occasion. Tickets will bo on sale March 1st. 2nd and 3rd, cowl to return March 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. Two limited vestlbuled trains each way dally. Leave Lexington 12:2o A. M.t and 8:.'tt l M., arriving at Washington ut 6:30 a. m. and 3:40 P. M. next day, from threo to live hours quicker than via Cincinnati. For scenic beauty the C. & O. has no equal east of the Rocky mountains. Georgo W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, Lexington, Ky. The abolition of convict labor at Sing Sing has forced the warden to make experiments in the employment of prisoners which will Interest, Instruct and benefit them. Fifty at a time are given lessons in art culture and Outcalt, "the Yellow Kid artist," of the New York Journal, Is the instructor. po-sib- Reduced Rates to Washington. A, W0w lySgr Mm. v ' ri AMERI- - HEMP BREAKERS. Wanted, at once, 10 experienced honip Hnvo 73 ncrcs to break. breakers GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Suierlntendent of I'utdle Schools ol Lincoln omnty, sulJett to the net Ion of the Deui' it. M. Writ, HyittlKville. Ky. (Kraitc art)'. Mason Hotel r. MltS. I) SIMPSON, : J. F. KIOLDAM l'ror. Is n candidate for Awwr of Lincoln county, subity. ject to the action of the democratic GR0WN" Lancaster, LESS tnblo. Everything moot all trains I Kentucky. 89 SAMUEL M. OWENS Is a candidate for sherlll of Lincoln county, subj to the action of Undemocratic party. t Newly furnMicd; clean beds; splendid lirst'Clus. Purlers le vw. McCORMACK LAND FOR SALE. EMMETT t Asiiworof Llnro!ii county, candidate Write for one of tuy large catalogue that will rIvc you a full description of aliout .V) great bar Klns I hare In Central Kentucky fur Mile. U. W. I.YNK, IthAl. Ustatk AllK.1T, Office with Jcftsimlae Journal, Nicholas! Die, Ky. to tho action of the democratic support Is earnestly solicited. Is a for .jiib-J- urty. lour Those who attend the inauguration of President McKinley should go to Washington over tho picturesquo Chesapeake & Ohio Knihvny. as it is tho only line combining every essential feature of nn attractive tourist route, namely, varied nnd beautiful sccnury, historic interest nnd superior track and train service. Trains are run by the block system and aro lighted by electricity, heated with steam and carry through dining cars Tho clockwork regularity of its schcdulo and tho perfection of its equipment has made the 'F. F. V Limited'" tho most famous railroad train of America. For rates and other information address 0. B. Hyan, O. P. A , O. & O. Kailway, Cincinnati, Ohio. M. P. KLKIN sub- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the democratic partr, A. S. PRICE. Surgeon Dentist, JOE T. EMBRY JIBIHH Is a candidate for Atmnor of Unmlu county, subject to tlm action of the democratic patty and earneatly asks your aupiwrt. Stanford, Ky. Office orcr Mclloberta' Drug Store in IhcHOwsley llulldlng. C. G. BAKER iv. s la a candidate for Aascmor of Lincoln lhlnk. ect to the action of Ihe dnuoiratle party lug tbewHilhernendof llieivunty is entitled to a W IS M, Mil Ml li, slice of the pie, he asks your supirt. H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and Xioolc Smith. STANTOIUt, KY. All kinds of rvpilrinK Upholstering a oprlilt)' do-- Money to loan on ImproTed city property or pro- uuciito larms in nianiom ami i.incoiu county al 6ercenl, payable Nm.AnmialIy AN) I wll furnish liomls fur public or curtairatlou othclalit hiivutoni, Admlnlstratnrsor (Hianllaus at reasonable latc. Am ageut for fuurcfttie let Klra Insurance Companies doing buslucM In Kentucky and oiicu iwinmagooi proiwtv noiuers in nianiuni, Itates same as uthereomiHinles doing bu.lneM here. WALLAU; IX vaiimj:, At. WILLIAM MOREL AND la a candidate for AstMorof Uucoln, subject to the action of the deuKKratlc paity lie kinuiy asaa your support. SAM W. MENEFEE ject to the action of the democratic It a candidate for.Micrltr of Mnenln county, sub- arty. e SitLfactloa Kusraoteeil. at reasonsble rt-- . ROYAL A man thus describes an optimist and .l'roprlctur a pessimist: "An optimist is a man LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE who Is happy when he Is miserable, and a pessimist is a man who is miserable : City, Ky. when he Is happy." Turnouts, prompt attention, xttr M . T ..! ...Ill reasonable rales A rtlti of jour tpjnae It 1I....1 ....II I. .. I otter for site privately Town Property In s uouisviue lucuiuui I'uui'Ku is preI.aurt'1 couniy. K) , ll) yirds from U A N repcetfully sollclte.1. e for free distribution deot. A slltutlon for manufacturing paring ; gixl cnntiluliig 9 among the ioor In cases of diphtheria. purposes, tin! other ncrvatsry iiiilbiiildings and barn SHELBY & SHELBY, Joll II. Catllt.XAs;. A. U. UMUM. Town Property FOR Ilmt-cl'- SALB. Urn-do- Junction l'lrst-CIa-s- s . INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. antl-toxln- cn-i- dwelling-hous- m llucklin't Arnica Snhr. The nest salt e In the world for cuts,, bruises tore, ulcers.salt rheum, fever mire, tetter, chap. pert hands, chliniaint, corns ami an sum eruptions. It positively cure piles or no pay required. It Is euara.ltecd to glre tierfect aatluctlon or HliilirT if- fnndeil. Price 23 cents per box. Kor sale by VY. II. Mcltolierts, Druggist. well stoeki-- In fruit and oruameuttl trees and plenty water to run any manufacturing establishment. Kor further Information .ildrew KllLD 1ILUI, Umdon, Ky J.X.Jones, AND TIS SHEET IIS WK5, ho-hI- heart-broke- &AKP Absolutely Pure. Did You Eier POWDER Celelirated for its great learcnlng strength and Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration so common In the cheap brands. Itov.iL, Da kino Powdkr Co., Now York. Nashville, The city of Nashville, where the Centennial und International Exposition will open May 1, will of itself form a delightful surprise to the visitor, who will find it thoroughly abreast with the times and progressive In every thing. It was founded In 17S0, or 16 years before Tennessee was admitted into the Union and has grown from 2o,000 imputation in 18G0 to 150,000 In 1897. It has the finest electric railway system in the country, its 19 lines being operated by one company and centering in a station in the central part of tho city. It has over 100 churches, besides the union Tabernacle built of stone, steel and slate and with seating capacity for 5,- 000 persons. There are 19 public schools, 80 or more universities, colleges, seminaries, etc., making it truly healthfulnes. cine haslieen found to le ecullarly adapted to tho relief and cure of all female complaint', exerting a wonderful, illrett Influence In gllng strength aud tone to the organs. If you hare loss of aptlte, constipation, headache, fainting pall or a nervous, aleeplew, excitable, inelancholv or troubled with Hitters Is dlrir spells Electricstrength are tho medicine you guaranteed by Its neeU. Ilealth and use. OnlySOcents a bottla at W. H. McUobertV drugstore. Try Klectrlc Uliters as a remedy for your troubles If not, gt n iKittlo now and get relief This medi- . GOOKffS : SARSAPARILLA WILL CURE thing better, but In order to make more profit he Just as good. You may claim something else to want Dr. King's New Discovery localise you know guaranteed to do good It to be safe aud rellablo anil or money refunded. For coughs, cobls and all affections of the throat, chest and lungs there Is nothing so good as Dr King's New Discovery. Trial bottle free at V. U. MslUitierts' drug store. slieSoc and 81. 1 Ueg-ular Xotliing bo Good There Is nothing Just at good as Dr. King's New Dlsooi ery for Consumption. Coughs and Colds, so demand It ami do not ermll the dealer tn sell you some substitute lie will not claim there is anyThere i MANAMi'.ltS, Sole proprietor of Dran'a Illack Diamond Itoof , I'alnt. Ilttlmates lurnlahiil fur palming Building, Louisville. metal and Iron n.fs hatltfactioii guarautreil All Oommorco roof uiiiUl with IVsn'a lllark Diaiuoud I'alnt I will otter at private sale my House and 1it on warrantol for tear. Dealer In l?st (.l.tern 1'iiiiiiot Agents TUrmijhout the South. Main s'ji-et- , occupying tho iwiuare with the Chris, andtialvanibsl Iron Miters, (ia'rauln-- and lllark from now until Iron ldutlngofall klixlt. tlan church In Mauford, Ky , .'llf March th, County Court day, and If not sold !. fore will then sell to the highest bidder on the preuilv-- ) tiald property It one of the Ust built, loeal Agent, ! best cpilpis-"- ! nnd best urratigisl proiiertle. In the J. & lit (illS. Male All iwrxiut desiring Uint IVits for idauk fenre, bTANHOKD, Stanford, Ky. mtt and railing or wire fence can It ml w bat they JMf want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike I al leaillug from Crab Orcbanl to htanfort) keep ou baud a supply of plank for fenelng, All kinds of lumber for building purioet. also Uiardt ami shingle. All i'p.mt desiring any article of this kind can rail on me at mr store ncjrtvdar OKSTASKOltD, KY J W. MNdLLftlN Creek. ai FOR SALE! ! STAN FOR ID. KY B3BDEE & CaSTLEHM. VT. nsroariODz: A. TMBBlLJi, -- s.'-t- d Kentucky. TORE ROM Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. 1200,000100 17,G03 80 Its charter, On Mhin Street, Stanford, FOE; ZRElsTT. Apply to SON, r!i up Capital, Surplus. DEHLERS IN COHL, fully prulrrtisi of provisions are NOEL & Hy W. P. WALTON. Order (Mure and lccd Knhange, near the llallroad C'ruulug, leot Mrvel, Corn ittiil Ifiiy, Stanford; Mill CM Yanl. Mm-t-, laUly J II. Iflgglnt' hatltfaitlon guarauteisl, - - IContuclcy. i Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it ' No Better Goods Sold Any "NVliLre MONEY ir.t TO LOAN semi-annu- dejmaltors are a in Natlniial JUuks Its shareholders Ulng lield Inditldualty liable to stork therntn thoeitml of the amount of theirto the amount Inal lhe-avalue tin nsf, Iu addition It may act at eiecutor. ad veatisl In tiuh sharer. tuinlitiator, truttre, Ac , as fully as an Individual Tendering our thanks to th.po who have entruit eil their biulurM to ut. we trutt they will continue to jo so, and we niter at a guarantee for prompt at In bnk teutloti to same our 91 years' lug and as liberal acivmiuodatlous as are cuntUtvnl with sound tanking at desltors r w OS IMI'ltOVLD KAIIMS In Lincoln county, Ky., at 6 er rent, Interest, no commlwiou cliarvisi Adilress (li:0. it, l, iiuom ii, rwriiyon nuiiniiig, linlttllle, I or blank aiillcationt aud lurther Informa Ky Saunders, A ttoruey, Stanlion, Inquire of J. ford, Ky. DIl.Tl)HS. the Athens of the South. Its hotels are numerous and with many boarding houses capable of handling large crowds. As a boot and shoe market It ranks fifth In the United States and Its wholesale jobbing and manufacturing busiKeeps You Well. ness amounts to 3100,000,000 a year. Nashville was the seat of operations In Sold in Lincoln county by the West during the war and many W. H. Mc Roberts, Stanford. noted buttlefields aro within easy reach. " Store, Penny's D Two presidents lie buried there, An" Cr.ij & Hucker, drew Jackson and James K. Polk, and W C. vVoltord, Hustonville. their tombs and residences are features " Twidwell, V of great Interest. The Capitol Is a fine building on a hill overlooking the J. A H umno'id, Hubble, city and a library therein will furnish 'rainier Urns , McKinney. t. hours of pleasant research. Of course Powers. J K. Heazley & on. Crab Orchard. everybody who can, will go to the exposition and take in the city, which has Moieland. M Lee I'ip'-s- , set out to eclipse Atlanta and her big , Yours for Al-totH'.-altli- than we Sell. Big Bargains, High Grade Goods, Low Prices. &9 J. T. STJTTOlWr, - J. J. Williams, 11Mi. Vernon; I'reachersvllle, V. Cumnilnt, J. II. Owsley, J S OwsUy.Sr, S. II. Shauks, William UokIi, J I Cash, S. J. hmbry, A. J. K. Lynn, J N. Menefee. orricias S. II Shanks, Trident, II. Owsley, Cashier, J. W M V , CarM-nter- , Ilrlght, Teller Undortalcor, Kentucky. Hustonvillo, FIRST NATIONAL BANK James T Cooke, Harrndsburg. Ky. show in 1893. LMGE S JLLES SMMX PBOFITS DR. Is our Motto. M0IM0M($0NIOMMI O MJ THE POPULAR lS.il?l..:liHm Albert R. Gritllth, uyed 02, und said tibe a cousin of U. S. Grant, was found lloatinj,' in the Ohio river at Cln- nlnnntl Tim Irdinfltlnn nf fnnl nlnv UxJImIO .was that the pockets were turned side out when found. lie was formerly j kjlff?! n engineer on river steam boats. OK STAN FOIM , KY. Oir.rs his servlcut to the pnple of West Lincoln and Ciuey ixjii ulles. 1'ull tloik of CotUntaitd Catk-et- a always on hand. Capital Steele $100,000. 2 1 Surplus $15,750. Vi D. a. Carpenter. Manager. Attention of the nubile la called In the f.ict that this Is tho only National llsnk Iu Mauford. under Ihe protlslous ol the National Hank Act stock, delltorateMiurisl not only br liability lor an amount but by the stixkhnldt-rs- ' so thai depositors of this Institueiual in the stuck, Klvu swum tion are siTiirtsl by a fuud ol (A0,i) Will soil at rust two Uugglcs, one cut under shelt statements of the condition ol Ihe Hank are !a s UhI, i err line surrey. Tim lluggles am tiovernmeiit and Its earh year to tho fulled Slates Jotx In urrry repeii. If you waul a bargain, cll ixli are examlnisl at stated limes by government at once and mi tin bills and get you a vehicle thai agents, thus securing additional and aalety will glto )ou satisfaction sure to depositors. D. S. CA Itl'LNTKIt. Ites.tfully, lliislii.tliutlou.orUlually ettabllshe.1 at the De aa xli lUnk of Stanford In 151, then CA and again the atloual Hank ofStanlord In reorganized ns the I'lrst National Hank of Stanford Iu IH4'.', has had practically an uninterrupted exist-emCir 3.1) vara. It Is better supplied now with Urllltles for transaUlng business promptly and lib erally lliau ever before In Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, flduclsrle, Unas and individuals solicited, D. S. CARPENTER, hrst-clas- thtaital m-- "W. B. PBNWY, s. MM POIjOINlOINl lyjuxJiyj I 0 OMMOIMO-tx- 'SSihlHlwra! . the first settler of Jutnes iWlw county, Is dead, at 93. His wife, Piei-son- OVERCOATS "SVny Dentist, t Stanford, : Ky. Office on Lancaster street at llesldeiicc. llajdcn, Stanford " . It. llaughman, " T I . Hill, llinkcr, " J. S. " K. I. Tanner, McKinney. W. A. Tribble. J.I I. Colllcr.Crab Orch'.l; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon K.JIt.l.l, Lincoln Co.; S. r. Harris, M, D. Klmure, Manfurd. orriCKRS. IIIRICTOKS. J. W. down in Price and high in Quality. M0IMM(Q)IN1O1M AJIM MOIMOIMAX MM0IM0Tn, CvilM 0MJwwM NIOMMk Xiiu MmM L ntO IMP) fM mmu iMMOuAlAXF oM MOMMUM U-- i An Atlanta clergyman has expressed OKI an opinion that hell is .not a place, but u state. When ojio thinks of Nevada, this theory of hell being a State sounds pluuslble ut least. Louisville Post. Trii lots Invaded tho home of a MasFRANK J. SEED, sachusetts editor last week and ho celChlciUfo. rr7lfXn O.P.A., lyJUXl ebrated the event by printing the ne.t E.II.IIACON, Ixjulavllle. OINI day's paper In red. V.V.A Two members of the grand jury were' OIMMQIMIOIMMO arrested for counterfeiting at Martins j J. INIrVi 0MOIN1M01N10IN1 viHe.Ind Olwv MM V, Mm ) mm Seventeen children and 500 descend-ent- s to tho fourth generation survive him. Since Thursday threo feet of snow have fallen in tho Cascado mountains, increasing tho average depth of snow on both sides of tho Northern Pacific tunnel to 11 feet. The track Is being kept clear by the use of rotaries. Sunday's New York Journal contained n full page picture of Miss Alice Castleman, daughter of Col. John B. Castleraan, and a write up describing her as the handsomest woman in America. Men's, Boys' & Children's Suits. Better Values than ever Known. COAL I I am still Agent for Falls Ilranch Coal aud will keeii a supply of all kinds ofCojl, so jourauget sue II as sou wani ai (lie lowest nussuue prices lor UUlce next door W, W, Withers' 1 umlture Cash I. S. lloeker, A A McKinney, Assluant Cashier, Insldtil; J. J. Mcltolierts, Cashier; "BIG 4, KOUTK. ii Store. 37 J. II. IIKJOINS, I'ropridor, W. T. SAUNDKUS, Manager, The llest Line tonnd From Itowland, Ky, TOLEDOAND DETROIT AH I'oluts In Michigan. Underwear, Shirts, Hats And Shoes. Xow is your chance to buy Good Gocdsat 4m,mmk Sutisiaction Guaranteed. --& Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Property in the Best of Companies. CHICAGO. "While City Special." IleatTermiual fetation. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel BOSTON. Wngner .Sleeping Curs. LOW WllT.fTGS. jm i Gentlemen's Clotlilnj? Made to Measure IM1SW YORK. M(OfO(j(0(iOK mm ma M0 The Globe, L; FROHMAN" & CO., Gilcher Block, DAXVILLE. Hullet Tarlur Cars, Warner Sleeping Cars, Trlvat Coaches and DinCoiuiKirtuiHit Cars, From the most attractive lines ol samples to lo ing Cars. My system of measurement guarantees a found 1 hy exerliuent tierfect fit in every department. with ameteurs when you can be protected in every He sure your tickets read via "HIO FOl'lt" particular by leatli)g)our measurement with uie7 K O. D. II. MAUTIN, MrCOlUIICIC. 1 am ulso Oun. I'avi. A Tkt. Agt. 1'a.tseaiorlTralllo M jr., CINCINNATI, OHIO. Agent For the Lexington Steam Laundry. JESSE D. WFAR 2N. All work guaranteed thlnir tonatont? PnnrttuurldenH: thcvinaw bring jrou wenlth. Wrltu JOHN WKDI HUUN fc CO., l'uteul Attorneys. W U. O., for their Jl.bou prize otlcis - Mt XTtidSWShrfc.