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A rubld do ran amuck through our city and tmburln last week, bitlnjr tho household M3t8 of nearly every residence aloiifr ltd route. Many don have woath-or-wlso, i i Y LANCASTER. Sam H. Harris, Jr., of Louisville, Is visiting his father, K. W. Harris. Geo. Denny, Sr., is quite 111 and is not ex pected to recover. Holes aro being placed for the o exchange, and, when tho olec- trle lights aro put up, Lancaster will be numbered among tho enterprising towns of tho Stato. The stockholders of tho Lexington turnpike road offered to take $2,000 per mile for that part of tho road In Garrard county, but the commissioners think that It is too much. Mr. I. N. Gastincau Inn received a letter from Hon. W. J. Hryan expressing his appreciation of the honor conferred on him by Mr. G., In naming a son for him. A friend had sent Mr. Hryan a clipping of tho fact from this corresH)iidenco to tho Ixtkhiok JoiMt-NAtele-phonL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1897. VICINITY NEWS. MATRIMONIAL. NO. 92 already been electrocuted In dread of development of the malady, and others are doomed. Very few of our cltl.ens will Invest In excursions to Washington or Tho coronation ceremonies of Kind's Comus and William will doubtless bo of surpassing noreous-ness- , but however desirous to behold the Impressive processions and ceremonies we are In tho Abe Fulkerson's dilemma on night of tho IjIT ball willing and ready, but without the where withal. A friend lately wrote us a stunnlnj; account of what wo were led to believe n convulsive episode In high life. A prominent and populur young clergy man's exultant anticipation of his ilrst lorn was realized in a iKumcing boy whose complexion betrayed unmistakable evidence of hamutlc paternity. No glamour produced the paternal pride with which Its father rejwrted and dlscuscod the momentous event, for paterfamilias boasts his African origin. A proK)rtcl revision of our almanac system to be Introduced with the next century strikes us as eminently proper, and we earnestly 1iohj that our powers of the press will not sutler it to die of IndilTerence and neglect as they did the projKwod and practicable ?) vol a link. A lunar Instead of a solar year Is projKwod, hnd It dKs seem that pro plugulty as well as other family consUl orations should determine us in favor of our nearest neighbor. A division of the year into ltt months 12 of 2S days and last month of 'Jl( till leap year gives it 30, would wonderfully simplify In many particulars our present capricious system. Not only could school chil dren Ihj sjiurcd groat waste of time in mastering the revised edition, but tho moon lx? accorded credit for her InlleX' Iblo regularity which only an alrono mer can appreciate now, under the New-Orlean- complexly complicated system of calm culations necessitated by tho old fogy-isstill In vogue. Joseph IJoyce, of Strtngtown, was married at Liberty last Wednesday to Miss Kate Hell, daughter of Col. Walker and Mrs llettlu Hell, of our suburb. Neighborhood Ixiys faithfully observed tho customary celuhralionof u wedding with one of their resurrectlonal char- No neighborhood organiza lvuris. tion is moro thoroughly equipped with every infernal instrument for making tho clangor of a holler factory a "concord of sweet sounds" in contrast with the hideous, discords they joyfully make with an amount of hard labor, which would paralyze them If demanded In profitable work. The still night invited participation of every cur dog within a radius of two miles. Few parties of this vicinity have ever leen desperate enough to inairy the second time, since our band has attained such sujwrior skill as tlesh-crcepin- g jor-formo- rs on ' dumb-lwll- s, gongs, tea kettles, dishpans, rattletraps, tubas, caliopes and scores of similar demonl iical Instruments of torture. A largo crowd of candidates for re publican indorsement for tho various county olllces lllicd an appointment here last Tuesday, and nearly as many voters were present to hear each asplr ant's us.everat ions of pride In and joy alty to the g. o. p., "toot his own has soon" in a mellllluous recital of his many superior qualification) for tho lersimmoii wanted, and hlu everlasting devotion to the dear people who must supply tho iole to knock the fruit. The whacks at the other fellows' dellcleu-ciedelinquencies and deserts to be left In their races were moro than "racy" In many Instances. None of the patriots were specific In outlining the details of tho political millennium they promised an early sequel to Mclviuley's election; nor did they try a begging tho question dodgo by deferring tho appearance of tho prophesied wonders of confidence and piosperlty till after Cleveland's retirement, for their late, loud laudations of Cleveland's patriotism and statesmanship, and prayers for erpetuutlon of his linuuclal policies in republican victory were too fresh in s, mugmemory for oven dissatisfied wumps to take such bait. They are in lino with Dick Knott In urging harmony with a big H. in slicing und distributing theamily pudding. W. K. Vandorbllt, who Is not a Mason, has oirered $1,000,000 to tho Masonic University, tho erection of which la contemplated by tho grand encump-meof the United States, in case it is located u Heaver, l'a. The Times says tho commissioner sold $1,500 worth of accounts of u linn ut Georgetown at public auction for $5. And that Is about tho uventgo value of that much tn uccounts of any firm: nt Capt. Hen Howard, of Hell was crushWllla Vlley, tluTVayetto politician, ' ed to death by a saw log. and Mrs. Avery were married at AtHichmond Is $17,000 In debt and its lanta. tax rate $1.10 per $100. Samuel Totten, just IS. and Miss WilThe Paragon says that 2,860 dozen lie Singleton, were married at the eggs left Somerset In a single day. bride's homo at Peru, Ind. The Reporter says that a pipe lino Krnest Ksby, u bell boy at Hotel Lanfrom the oil fields of Wayno county to caster, Georgetown, 11) years of age, Somerset Is almost an assured fact. n disuppointcd In love, jumped In Hmanuel Crabtree, of Wayne, was river and drowned himself. g given ono year and fined 8600 for Mrs. Hud Laften, of Graves county, by the U. S. court at Louisville. who weighs 226 pounds, presented her John Sampson and Hud Littleton husband with twin boys who have been arrested in Virginia for were nnmed McKlnley and Hobart. burglarizing Itohinson Hros' store at Thomas Hazen, a youth of 17, was Middlesboro. married at Centropolls, Mo., to Mrs. J. A. Craft fc Co., of Louisville, have Sarah Wllmot, u widow been awarded the contruot for the de- with seven children, nlljof whom are livery of mall by wagon In the city of older than the groom. Norfolk, for $2,407. A widow 42 years of age has sued a Al. G. Field's minstrels will open tho youth of 17 In New York City, for new Opera House at Somerset on April breach of promise of murrlagc und a Miss Clyde Huffman, who went to 1st. The house ought to bo jammed, Kansas youth hud a woman arrested Louisville to teach music, and who has and doubtless will be. for kissing him. Tho times certainly muny friends and relatives here, was The Somerset Reporter is on Its ear seem to be out of joint. married in that city on Thursday night because somebody started a report that Cassius White, a society swell, planto Mr. H. D. Jay, a prominent business its editor wanted to sell out. Hrer ned to elope with Miss Iluttie HulT, of man of that city. She Is a daughter of Hoone says ho is doing too well and Is Palntsville. The girl's mother got onMrs. Oslo HulTman, relict of tho late sutlsfled to let well enough alone. to their Intentions and when White John J. HutTmau. Walter Klrod, Pulaski's new sherilT, came to carry the prize away she Hcngo fc Hamilton sold 10,000 jounds has apjMjlntod the following deputies: knocked him down with a broom-stic- k of hemp to Cogor&Co., ut Danville, John A. L. Jasper, H. L. Hubble, J. L. and publicly whipped tho girl. at $2.6.", losing about WOO on 10 acres. Isaacs and J. W. Hansford. Mr. Klrod Tho bride of Thomas G. Pasont, They claim that It will advance as soon has 1(5 bondsmen besides an Kastern who was torn away from him at Richas tho combines get possession of all tho trust company. mond by her father, T. C. Rlmmel, Is hemp. Dear money and cheap products The Corbin Knterprlse, which has said to be pining away at her home In are bad enough, but tho proved high boon Issued from the Mt. Vernon Sig- Rockcastle. The ubdurato parent tariff, which makes goods high, will nal ollloe, has suspended till May, to guards the house with a shot gun and ruin tho country. Tho three can not give Kdltor D. T. Chesnut a chance to threatens death to any who attempt to work together. attend to some neglected business. Tho see his daughter. Judge Kphriutn Hrown and wife cele- new pajier to be started at Corbin will Mr. A. C. Sine received an Invitabrated their 60th marriage anniver- till out the subscription list. tion yesterday to tho marrlago of Rev. sary, Thursday. Many friends and relThe suit of the administrator of Ows- Robert A. Haden, tho missionary sent atives attended the golden wedding, ley Kvans, deceased, vs. the Southern to China by the Stanford and JDanvillo among whom were three daughters: Hallway Company to recover $.'i0,000 Presbyterian churches, to Miss EugenMrs. W. O. Hark, of Middlesboro, Mrs. damages for the death of Kvans, which ia C. Hibbold. also a missionary. As George II. Hruce, of Danville. Mrs. wus set for this week In the Versailles the wedding occurred in China Jan. 7, James Hoyston, of this city, and u son, court, was postjKxied by the consent of Mr. Sine is deprived of the pleasure of James Hieo Hrown, of Chicago. The all parties until the May term. attending. judge is a member of the city council Lindsay Stephenson, who was a son Miss Ida Clark, who taught the Goand is quite popular. His friends hope of David Morgan Stephenson, late of shen school last session, and. who made that the happy pair will live to cele Crab Orchard, and a cousin of our many friends in this section, will be brate their diamond wedding. townsman, J. A. Stephenson, died In married at her homo near Nicholas-villChief of Police Farrisurrestod Harve Fort Worth, Tex., last week. He was Thursday, to Mr. Lewis Bourne,a Hobiiibon, colored, on Saturday, six a railroad conductor and formerly ran thrifty Jessamine county furmer. Miss warrants having been sworn out on the K. C. hero. A wife and child Chirk is a splendid young lady and a against him by T. J. Aldridgc for sell survive him. very pretty one. The couple spent ing whisky unlawfully. It seems that und Sunday with Miss Callio KINGSVILLK. Aldrldge, who Is not generally known Horton at her country home. here, was engaged to play tho part of a The Louisville Times contains a very Miss Marguerite Carney is visiting detective, which worked nicely until for a few days the Misses Ponnybacker. complimentary notice of Miss Clyde the time for trial, when ho could not be The various applicants for our o HutTman, who was married in Louisfound and tho defendant was locked up aro busy circulating their pcti-tlo- ville last week to Mr. V.J.Jay, ayoung and tho case continued toTuesduy. Mr. business man of that city. The bride for signatures. Farris iusisu that ho will find him, if Dr. U. F. Walter, of Lancaster, who is a daughter of Mrs. Osee HutTman, of he is in tho State, and lock him up also. has been professionally engaged here Lancaster, and besides being very pretTho cause of his dlsapearance is a for several days, left for his home ty and otherwise accomplished Is a sumystery. Some believe that foul play Thursduy. perior violinist. Mr. and Mrs. Jay was used by tho "blind tiger" men, of Tho belle of our town at present Is a will bo at home to their friends after whom there are several, to prevent his gay, young widow; among the men an- March 10th at the Gait House. upcariug in tho case, but it is not like- tiquated bachelors are decidedly In the W. L. McCarty, realizing that It is ly that was the cause of his disappear- ascendency. not well for man to live alone, has ance. Kings Mountain seems to be the ren- taken to himself a wife again, In tho person of Miss Viola Frances, who is James Nelperg, of Lawrence county, dezvous for all young night operators, said to bo as pretty us tho days aro long. attracted no doubt by the magnetism of has been indicted by tho Federal grand They went to JefTorsonville to have the town beauties. jury at Louisville for counterfeiting. Valentino day has come and gone. knot tied and are now as happy as can He learned how to make counterfeit Many very appropriate hits were made be in their home at Klngsville. The dollars while serving as a juror at tho n groom Is tho and popular hist Octoler term of tho United States but strange to say the recipients could merchant of that pluec and we extend not see tho point. court. A number of the counterfeiting A terrible railroad uccident occurred to him and his our very best wishes for cases woroloforo that jury und showed here a few days ago In the tunnel by a long life of unalloyed happiness. how the spurious money was made. The fickleness of woman's heart finds After a trial at Wllliamstown lasting which three of the crow, one engineer and two firemen came near losing their ano'her exemplification in Miss Gerard, III days, the case of William Conrad daughter of the late Dr. J. H. Alexanagainet John H. Sanders for $2.,000 lives by asphyxiation. Mr. D. M. Crelghton Is still holding der, of Louisville. She was engaged damages for alienating Mrs. Conrad's to marry Hewitt Hanford, the insurIn tho 10 to 1 d affections, was terminated in the clr-- his place Society, though it is thought ance man, but E. D. Standford, son of c lit court in favor of the defendant. by a brittlo thread, owing to the the lute millionaire, whose namo ho Conrad alleged that Sanders hugged to be bears, told her of his love, and forgetenvious machinations of outsiders. and klscd Mrs. Conrad in Cincinnati Society is all agog over tho elope- ting the old she fled to Jetrersonvllle on Columbian Day in 1802. ment of our most prominent widower with the new lover and became his wife. "Ooni Haul" Kruger, of tho Transwith one of our young ladies. They The dispatch adds that she returned to vaal, has presented his bill to tho Britaro supposed to have gone to Louisville Mr. Hanford the same night by a friend ish government for damages and Inthe engagement ring and other demnity for the Hhodcs and Jameson to be married and are expected homo trinkets. in a few days. incidents. Most of it is for indemnity, A Dr. Tinker, of New York City, ha and tho entire sum which Great Hrlt-ui- n President Hobinson, of tho State is asked to give is about $8,000,000. turnpike In Shelby, has notified the of- been assessed $50,000 for alienating the This does not Include private claims. ficials that "if tho county does not pro- affections of another man's wife. When President MclCnight, who is under tect our property and toll gates, I will ho reads of the current transactions out indictment, claims that before his con- take down every bridge between hero in Missouri und Nebraska, in which nection with tho German National and Hardlnsvllle in Shelby county, and wives are being sold outright nt from Hank it had been looted to the tuno of make so much of tho road as I and my $lf to $2o, he will think he is a much $27:1,000 or $22,000 more than tho en- associates own entirely impassable. abused num. Oklahoma must be a mighty prospertire capital stock of tho bank, lie says Wo own It absolutely; tho Stato and It was tho most corruptly managed county havo no Interest whatever in ous place if it is necessary to pass a law bank ho over saw. tho road, and If it is to bo made value- to prevent tho collection of debts. Agues Wllgus. colored, of Indiannp- - less wo will complete tho work und There has boon no demand for such legislation in other communities for olis, Intl., sued for a share of the estate make It useless." of G. D. Wllgus, of Fayette, claiming Experiments of 11 with sovcral years at least. Belgium has adopted the system of that she was his wife. She lost because rural free mall delivery show that the statues of Kentucky do not recog whllo tho delivery Is a good thing it numbering tho hours of tho day from Instead of from ono nize tho marriage of white and colored would bo an expensive luxury. Tho ono to twenty-fou- r ' persons. of such a system, extended to tho to twelve. The day will begin at midcost Mrs. Kmma Uraun, of Chicago, wus entire country, would bo not less than night. Thus 0 o'clock In tho afternoon will bo 18 o'clock. uwurded $0,000 damages ugahist How $10,000,000, annually, Fire In the business section of Grand Tnomas Craven, a retired missionary. Miss Duestrow, sister of tho man who Forks, N. D., cnused a loss of $110,000. Too latter attached some of her goods was hanged In Missouri for tho murder and sioko roughly to her, scaring her of his wlfo and child, will enter a conWhat is the matter with tho boys? and causing St. Vitus dance. vent, nlthqugh she has an income of Only a day or two ago Dick Knott re Mrs. Frank Corbin aud Mrs. Sllona $;10,000 a year. Should she die without pentnntly remarked that "tho way of Murrill, prominent women, fought on Issue her father's millions will go to the transgressor Is hard," and now the streets of Lexington. Mi's Murrill charities. Walton climbs onto tho mourner's used a poker in resentment of tho The Missouri Legislature will appro- bench and walls that "Wo may escapo charge that she had tried 10 take Mrs priate $1,800 to build a monument over tho wages of sin for a season, but tho Corbln's husband from her tho grave that the body of Daniel penalty is sure to come soonor or laJacob Neuee, one ol the murderers of Boone laid In In that State before It ter." What you bin dolu', boys? Deputy U. S. .Marshal li,, iil, In Ureath- - was brought to Kentucky. Covington Commonwealth. itt county, died In the Louisville jail of Thero are 30 millionaires in Cincin Nuthln'. but reading tho Commonpneumonia. wealth. nati. Elk-hormoon-shlnln126-pou- There Are Four Kinds of Druggists In the world and you'll find them in every town in tho country. 1. Tho druggist who sells "cheap" drugs only, 2. The druggist'who soils some good drugs and some "cheap" one9. 3. The druggist who sells nothing but good drugs and charges only what they're worth. 4 The so called exclusive druggist who sells good drugs generally, and never forgets to load them down with exorbitant prices. We belong to the third kind. Ourprices and goods" aro right. i ,a ?' PENNY'S DRUG STORE, cr7crr Pi m m raffs Branch Coaf. j- - T"C i -- Z I Z'7zrZt J"XC ',Z Z. ZZZ UP Vs !! Wo are now Sole Agents for the celebrated Falls Branch Coal can furnish any other coal desired. Will and i i I I cyj. Take Farm Products In exchange for coal. Call nnd .ec us before buying. You Money. We will Save J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. H- REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. Farm Xo. 1. Situated In Lincoln county, Kv., near Dlx Hire, containing 210 acre, with a line, large brick dwelling, two good larn, nil necessary outbuildings, all under goxl fence; tine orchard of trees made from a careful and prudent alout selection of acclimated varieties. This farm Is in a high stato of cultivation and will nroduce In quality und quantity that of any farm In Lincoln county. Trice $W pr acre; terms easy. No. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., containing 300 acres, well Improved, all uudcr fence, well watered, fine lody ot timber, 75 acres of river bottom, In fine condition for nuy kind of farming cash In products Trice 18 tier acre, hand, balance in 1 ana 2 years. one-thir- d l 80ffDEW toll-gatpur-tose- s. INTERIOR JOURNALi BUILDING: No. S. .Situated Jut outside or city limits on a splendid turnpike aud between town and splendid dwelling, barn and all necessary outbuildings, amnio water fur lioth domestic and stock This farm Is all under good fence and inn high state of cultivation, Ih fact Its producing qualities are first class and eeond to none in the county; In addition to this It Is contiguous to the city, which Is a blessing in the way of Mug clov) to the tine educatloual aud religious 'facilities. Trice half cash, balance in 1 and 2 years. No. 7. Near Crab Orchard, containing 13.5 acres, well Improved in every particular aud nicely located. Trice SIC per acre; terms liberal. y No. 23. Contains 400 acres, fine brick dwelling with S rooms, gplendld lmrn and all outbuildings, volumes of never falling water, together with a soil that will give satisfaction in the yielding of any kind of farm products, bituated on good pike, cloo to school and church. Trice SIS per acre; easy terms. 82. More house two stories high, new stock of general merchandise, which will invoice S2,.100; three dwellings with good stable, ware and buggy houo and all necessary outbuildings with splendid wells and cisterns to each dwelling; the total amount of land uxm which the buildings stand is two acros. Cost of building the store houso and three dwellings was S.1000 aod the land 11,000. The present price for all tho ab vo property $3,000. $10,-000, two-stor- e, Sat-nrda- y No. 3. Cintatns ISO acres, good improvements excellent water, tint) apple orchard, nice location very productive, about S miles from Staulord. Trice ia.OuO. post-otUc- ns No. 4. Situated in Lincoln county and contains Wacres, all of which is fine, productive river bottom, with fpletiiltd Improvements, all under good fence plenty of never falling water and will produce One hemp, tobacco and corn. Trice $2,700; terms easy. Land Excursiono conducted, Factories Located, Loans nished, Rents Collected. Write to J. r m LflNDRETH'S GARDEN VM &w, 0?, mmfmmmmm SEEDS. New Seeds in Papers and Bulk Guaranteed the Best. Negotiated, Abstracts Fur- Stanford, Ky. a m 3 V3 well-know- I m ffl si 11 $ " FISHING TACKLE! at Lower Prices. Prices Low. New Hods and Keels, best Bass Lines and every thing in tho lino I 41 31 PRESCRIPTIONS Compounded from the Very Best Drugs and Chemicals. :l V & rT tZTJi Merry-Go-Houn- '?Sgrifr& W. B. MoB.OBEH.TS. i '. STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. WILLIAM SHELTON. Tho Second Session of President. 1800-97 dia-inDi- id OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, lS97t. For full information about Coirscs of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our Now Catalogue. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lvov Phixcitai., Stanford, Ky. CTtaai&teMg m E? UDDGRCAKinG BY' J. C. M'CLARY, I Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se L?1 post-ofllc- es m r L?? mi J THE BLU-0.(U- HERO Thoroughbred Suroc Jsrsej Hi) IIQIIiJ, My breeders were selected from the ln'-- f herds of of this famous breed of swine in eerul SUtca A splendid lot of pigs of dilltTetit afce for 1. Itred sows u ialt v. Satisfaction guaranteed. Curies wudetiee solicited Address R. H. BRONAUOn, Crab Orcbard, Ky. , i.' , JJf . &-&- ! aMma "LjUfa-wtfA- ' :,.JlfcitJtik'4 wfc' fciAiff tWfi .- r- ,j$J&-'W- - .J ' i - ' . tSh 11. JL U . . . . iilUH 0 " l'HH riV -' rnnfmrff "T'r ''it"' """" " " ' ' fX. jy , . o; i S a. C . wnmiwe.-MwaMWC- WiViTiffi I """"M"i X f-- M ...-.....- u.u .j --i. - fc ,j.J,g lie1 ifKOfc;, rnr II' t A coal war at Lexington has sent coal is some doubt with ref-- ! Told. down to almost nothing, but somo of crence to the appointments of tho Ateven by tho dealers THE INTERIOR JOURNAL torney General and Postmaster Gener- Daniel McCarthy, a wife murderer, giving shortthought to catch of them weights. Four was hanged at Chicago. al, it seems pretty certain that J. J. Local option wa? defeated In Daviess were hauled up In court and heavily MeCook, of New York, will bo given county bv about 577 majority. fined. the former and Gary, of Maryland, tho Stanford. Ky., Feh. 23, 1897 latter position. Tho other dead sure Will N. Halo died at Murray as the Despondent over the loss of his job, Archie Hampton committed sulcldo at drinking wood achohol. members of the cabinet aro Sherman, result of The wife of Sidney Hodes Smith died Lexington. When tho doctors tried to of Ohio, Secretary of State; Gage, of W. P. WALTON. pump him out he fought them off sayhim nt Lexington. Illinois, Secretary of tho Treasury: Al- In a week after 13 deaths from the bu- ing: Bombay 5, "Let me alone. I want to die and In ger, of Michigan, Secretary of War; go to hell." telegraphic invita- Lonsr. of Massachusetts, Secretary of bonic plague have been recorded. Is rosiMjnso to u hasApril 1, 317 long time convicts will A Cuban agent is raising a brigade of tion from MoKinlcy Gov. tho Navy; Wilson, of Iowa, Secretary bland. be transferred from tho Prison South, tened to Canton Saturday and the pres- of Agriculture: McKenna, of Califor- cowboys for service on the killed and four Injur- JotTorsonvillo, to tho prison at Michiident and the governor were "closeted' nia. Secretary of the Interior. It is Two men were explosion at Cades. W. gan City, as after that date tho JelTor-for u long time. The statement has not a very strong concern taken as a ed in n boiler sonville prison will bo converted into a envy made Dr. Hunter turn green with wholo but it will average up fairly well Va. Camp Creek. O., township, Robt. In reformatory. of the Frankand the further statement with tho usual appointments for the Chancy killed Adam Heisel with a State Hunter's visit to the places. fort Capital that rock. FARM AND TRADE, president and to Hanna were made at A band of regulators gave a coat of invitation, is nil out and disThe Cabinet pie his own instance, without Foil Sale. 70 ewes. W. II. Dudder-utar to three disreputable women near simply to leave the impression that ho tributed and Kentucky didn't even get Greenup. was "close to the administration" has a smell, altho' after certain sanguine Carnero is now the "tip" for the Two witnesses In a felony case at completely floored the gumshoe States- souls seemed sure that the body would Perkins, O. T., were killed by the two Kentucky Derby. W. M. Brlghtbought of A. J.Thompman. The paper further says that the bo made up entirely of Kcntuckians. defendants. son l(i calves at $10. is persona non grata with both They now realize that Kentucky isn't doctor Over 19,000,000 gallons of whisky McKinley and Hanna, who think ho the only one and Kentucky republicans were produced In Kentucky during tho J. R. Orndortl bought several pairs of bull cochins at $4 a pair. is "acting ugly" in standing in the way nrc not in that demand which they last fiscal year. Sam Bishop bought of C. C. McCluro of a quick solution of the Senatorial thought their importance deserved. Tom Helm, a Maysvillo Negro, ate a bunch of young calves at $5. He "begged like a dog," says matter. of The Louisville papers didn't know six cans of oysters and three pounds O. P. Huffman bought of J. T. Holtz- the Capital, for their intervention in crackers on a wager. beauty they had "In their his behalf, but they simply told him he what a In the claw some butcher stuff at 2Jc. By the explosion of gasoline till the New York Journal S. M. Owens has a field of 100 acres was "standing In his own light." It midst," picture and wrote up Miss Chicago Chronicle office, six ersons of wheat which is six Inches high. printed her has been a pretty fight but the indicafatally. were Injured, two Castleman. Sunday's Courier-JournWoods & Lynn sold to I. S. Phillips tions now are that the doctor has got Alico A bet of $2,000 to $l,t'00 haa been n cut of her, had a 71 ewes with lambs thrown in at $2. end of his rope. to the showing that she is as pretty as a pic made bv a natr of New York Cloyd Bros, sold to Buster k Thomthat Corbett will whip Fltz. of a republi- ture. Although the majority Robinson, who as, of Boyle, 37 yearlings at 3J to 3fc. Maj. Gen. John C. can committee reported in his favor S. M. Owens bonght of John Rlchen-bac- h Bush-ne- ll mustered McKinley into the army, he had served as a Fokakek may protest and Gov. and notwithstanding 08 choice ewes and lambs for $200. may refuse to do the bidding, but died at Binghampton, N. Y. member of Congress all but two week3 Allen it Lyon bought of John Wheat only for a season. They have come to John Hunt, who murdered his daughof the term, the Infamous 54th Confive heifers ut 2'e and three steers at by vo- time and the program arranged from ter, was sentenced at Columbia, Mo., gress made itself more infamous 31c out. The gov to be hanged next month. will be carried ting 197 to 91 to unseat J. M. Kendall the ilrst Joe P. Coffey bought In Casey and The wife of Postmaster Chapln, of Kentucky district and ernor announces that he will appoint from the 10th bunch of butcher stuff at 21 to Senator to succeed Sherman. Falls City, Conn., nnd tho son of a Adair a give his scat to old Parson Hopkins, Hanna preacher loved not wisely, but too well, 2c. who had no earthly right to u. iven-da- ll girl has come to bless Col. Underwood bought of J. T. A and hid their disgrace by suicide. and has drawn full pay up to date and Mrs. Iiackley a hornless yearling bull for the union of 0 Frank Adams, a plasterer, at LujrarL now Hopklnsjsteps up and draws Benjamin Harrison. It is said that the nn , .. job. There was. a old man is tickled to death, and a great Tn1.. foil ilnn.il when he heard that for the same solil to Jerry Briscoe a J. is. left him $50,000. ranting about purity of many of those who have had similar uncle had died and horso mules for great deal of pair of Former State Treasurer J. S. Bart-le- $110. bought the elections, experiences know how it is themselves. $500,-00- 0 republican, of Nebraska, Is seats they disgrace, but to their credit Northern seed oats, clover, timothy short in his accounts with the State. and 11 republis seed at B. K. Wearen In our harmony article last issue, bo it said there were found Troubles In the colored Christian & SonV. cans who would not stultify themselves tho mortifying substitution of "conin a scription" for "proscription" occurred. church at Winchester culminated facby voting with their party. W. II. Murphy bought of J. M. contending H. Wilson, of Barbour-vlllsuch things will happen even in the street fight between But of Boyle, a registered Durham J. tions. was Hopkins. attorney and has best regulated printing otliccs. Worthy Hotchkiss, of Sinclairvllle, yearling bull for $40. worked in seasoned out for his client. Miss Lena Palmeh, a Garrard is only 15 years old and Is Senatou Lindsay remembered the Now York, Inches tall and weighs 400 county boautv. Is a truest at Messrs. W. The killing of Sol Williams, a Negro editor of this paper with a big supply six feet, 11 H.andTomTraylor's. csnvict from Fayette, by Guard J. B. of garden seed, for which we return pounds. A cow belonging to J. W. Adams of freo John Kelley Sargent, the oldest Willis, of Anderson county, reveals thanks. Trigg county, became tho mother of Mason in the U. S., died at Merrimac, the fact that that "relic of barbarism," triplets and all are thriving. Mass., aged 05. He had been a Mason the whipping post, as 'the republicans POLITICS. Wood ashes put in tho horns of desince 1826. arc wont to call It, still flourishes In the horned cattle In West Vlrglnlu turned During a game of cards at Elkhorn Kyle was elected U. S. Senator by Kentucky penitentiary under republito lye nnd caused the death of over 100 and another Negro the South Dakota Legislature after a Station, this State, Jake Carroll fatally can rule. Williams that he long contest. stabbed "General" Newt, a mountain head. fought and Sara Thomas, of Danville, bought of fadesperado. The House committee will report was at fault took him to the Warden to Williams, of McKlnney, a mulo for At a saw mill near Marietta, O., Ed Joe and of Will McKlnney, a pair of pass sentence on him. A dose Of black vorably on the Senate bill for an inter$90 upon tne Dabold fell snake whip was administered to his national monetary conference. $130. so incensed the edition of Bryan's book, teeth of a circular saw. His skull was mules for cargo of mules ever seen on The first naked back and this The first t chance he got he "The First Battle," of which 100,000 split from crown to chin. Negro that Islands was carried there Ohris Collins, a Birmingham mer the Sandwich to brain the guard, who promptly copies were printed, has been exhaust tried who is chant, shot his wife to death when ho by Pat O'Brien, of Paducah, shot him. The incident is elucidated ed and the cry is for more. now in California. He then more to show that if whipping Is good An Atlanta clergyman is firmly of found she was false to hlra. An elevator belonging to the Lako criminals it is the opinion that hell is not a place but sent a bullet into his abdomen and will in the penitentiary for Shore fc Michigan road at Toledo, goodout8ide of It and we hope Gov. a State. We'll bet two to one Bhe goes die. In one day at oungstown, u., nen-r- v burned with 350,000 bushels of wheat Bradley will recommend the adoption republican. Cynthiana Democrat. Hartcr fell dead from his chair: Wes entailing a loss of $355,000. of a whipping post law by the extra The Legislatures of three States have dropped dead on the Btrect Guy Wilkes, tho noted trotting blrc, e ley Wchr session. just refused suffrage to women. was iounu ueau brought only $3,000 at tho New York Ne- and Daniel Cavanaugn voted against It by 17 to 7; sale. Congressman White, of Ohio, got THE report of Inspector Lester shows vada by 15 to 5, and Idaho by 13 to 3. in bed. and mismanIndians murdered the Splcer him. Although he is 18 years old, it The an amount of rottenness of the LegPolk Canslcr, family of seven persons at Winona, S. was thought he would bring fully agement at the Eddyville penitentiary Saturday defeated John that must disgust even the republicans islature, for tho republican nomina- D., out of revenge for an attack upon Well fatted mules, about 15J hands Jr., of afan Indian woman by a white woman of who are responsible for the state judge in Christian Winona. high, were selling at Ellzabethtown for county fairs. Warden Happy Is condemned tion Monday at from $50 to $55. In tho d methods and county. In tho last 20 years the Southern most severely for Judge Morrow says ho would not ac- States have expended $80,000,000 for past 90 days there have been over 250 a single reform. A failure to institute to the U. S. Sen- Negro schools. Nearly every dollar of mules bought at Ellzabethtown and d cept tho appointment "widow woman's farm" is better even if tendered him. Mt. Vernon this vast sum was furnished by the shipcd South. than the institution, which is con- ate prefers to be It turns out that J. T. Iiackley, of white people. stantly going from bad to worse. Con- Signal. He of tho judge. Joseph Woiiey wus found dead In his this county, is tho originator victs are allowed to go at pleasure and circuit of $50,000 is being raised by A fund had been hornless cattle breeding scheme. Ho barn near Lebanon, Mo. Ho get drunk at will. The inspector is to republicans for the widow of shot in the side with buckshot and a has been at it for years and W. W. be congratulated for the absence of par Eastern Col. John R. Fellows, of New York, in skull Goddard, of Mercer, who claims tho tlsan bias in his report and now if the recognition of his services In helping large nail was driven through his distinction of being the first to breed Into tho brain. sinking fund commissioners will forget Mr. McKinley. Banker McKnight at last gave ball hornless cattle, has but followed politics and think only of the good of elect A. H. Holt, of Russell, will make but it Is said to be straw. It Is also Hackley'rt example. In fact the latter's the State, Mr. Happy and his crowd the race for representative from that said he attacked a marshal who was premium hornless bull had a good deal will soon walk the plank. county and Casoy, this time, It being guarding him, in order to escaiHJ and to do with Mr. Goddard's success, as he used htm. IP the Mt. Vernon Republican was Russell's time to have the office. came near getting shot. James W. Allen, a largo cattle feeder tho only one, its excuse for not publish- He is jailer now and is said to be a Ben Coleman, who was matched for Ne- living near Hustonvlllo, has bought up of An- power In politics. ing the account of tho murder a four round contest with another Tho Federal Grand Jury at Cincin- gro named Rogers, nt tho Manhattan and fed all the corn In his section that derson Parker by his son, might be valid, but it Isn't and it can not nati declined to idict Dowling, the col- Club, was killed In the first round by a could bo bought at $1.50 a barrel, and is now buying in Boyle. Tho Democrat save the reputation of Its county by lector of internal revenue fired by blow from hlsjantagonlst. suppressing the news of killings, no Cleveland, for assessing his employes hearing that Milt Young's barn was told by two reliable Lincoln counOn with rats ty farmers that the farmers of that moro than an ostrich can hide itself in for political? purees. It could find at Lexington was over-ru- n in and nothing in the case. the. sand. It may shove Its head and mice, his friend, Secretary v.. v.. county are generally refusing $1.50 a It costs to run for the nomination in Hopper, of jLatonla, sent him by ex- barrel for corn and holding for $2.. is hid, but it make Itself believe it Several Mercer connty farmers have doesn't fool anybody else. Neither does Fayette. Tho democratic committee press a box containing 43 cats. tho Republican help tho case by tho has fixed the entry fee from $75 for counAdams, once a wealthy opera- recently sold at $1. Democrat. G. W. suppression of facts. It is tho duty of a ty attorney to $150 for county judge and tor In grain at Chicago, who in 1894 ennewspaper to give tho news, no matter sheriff. Most of the candidates will gineered tho biggest corner In oats over what or who it hurts, and to try to ed- have to put up $100 and several have known, committed suicide, after writ- ucate the public sentiment to the sup- withdrawn in preference to doing so. ing on a bill head: "I die hungry." In the republican primary in Knox pression of lawlessness. Col HarVOV Parker, an entnusiastlC Will carry a larger utock of Furniture of all kinds year wil cheaper man the following were nominated of the 71 Knight Of Pythias Of VanCCOUlg, haa thl ,,, than over lrireiul winClillled. Vulcan, Plow: The Oliver DuniNa his four years, now about candidates: Thomas J. Wyatt, judge; lost his VOlCC nnil IS now dcill'lved of Sliver Stwl ami Chattanooga anil ikjIiiU of all V kln.ls. Culthator. ami Pontile Shovels, all Malta to close, Mr. Cleveland has succeeded Jesse D. Tuggle, attorney; John Parkcall In nuke, nlcasuro of attending his lodge be- - ' isct anytho tautyou the world. aFanners, down. In and . .. want from liiigKy thlPK . pension appropriations er, county clerk; J. R. Jones, circuit the . ...i in reducing the cause he can noispeHKu.ojnw.nomu. ito7,fuiiyi D. s. CAiti'i:.vri:u. about $20,000,000 a year, or from clerk; Caleb Powers, county superinTne governor uecunuu iu imuuu m 181K5. in 1893 to $139,289,078 in tendent; W. F. Wcstcrllold, surveyor; Paces, father and son, sent up for mur If this was his only claim to distinction, Hiram Yeary, coroner; S. B. Reese, der from Leslie. The father was In it would alono entitle him to the last- sheriff; and John Dozier, jailer. The jail hero for a long time, awaiting tho ing praiso of those, who do not bollovo colored candldato for jailer was second action of the court of appeals In his that because certain men followed the in the race. He had 13 opponents. offer for tale privately four Town Isit case. to one on cornBUttlcr's wagon during the war, tho m Muter Bpeecix opposing' tho arbitraA plot to blow up the penitentiary at er Logan Additionand manjord, street, com- In his Lancaster Avenue country ought to bo turned over to tion treaty, Senator Daniels, of Virgin-la- , Santa Fe, N. M., In order to roleaso tammy Hue Acres, yowi uarn, cno, cistern thera now. said: "I lovo tho blood of revolu- four members of the Borrcgo gang of mi7 wrrrmtA' room and well stitched in fruit sound money democrats tion. War is often a good thing. Rev assassins, sentenced to hang, has been and ornamental trees; an unimproved lot THE H iin Apw f iVu'tiiiii it rttntiiniun iienrln In Shelbv have fused with tho republi olution Is often progress. Tho Senate discovered and Gov. Thornton has call- onefrontiny Miller street, containitnj Four cans on a county ticket, but the voto in has never declared war unjustifiable. ed out the militia. Acres; one on Wiitley Avenue of One Acre tho last election and the recent demo- For 120 years thlB country has made a Joseph Murdock, of Scott county, and One Rood Four-Acr- e Lots can be diThe cratic primary shows that they will record of peace. Tho United States has Va., who was supposed to have been vided. Six and McBud Lindsay, haa returnnever acquired territory by war except murdered by gnaw a file. Bryan got 2,524 votes, county Jf not sold before March 8, It would ed homo after an absence of 25 years. court day, they will on that day 1897, iub, Kinley 2,029 and Palmer 122, while in in a war of be sold 21 licly in front of the court house door. tho primary tho democratic voto show- seem that with one foot in the grave Lindsay, who died recently, served MRU KATE P. MILLER, moro largely. Shelby will the Senator ought to have had enough years In the penitentiary, having been ed up even Ectc of W, II. Miller. convicted of tho alleged murder. remain true to her colors, mark that ! of war. Jt. While there News Briefly FaetsandRgw Are indisphtnble nnd cirry conviction more than columns of tyye. . .i 1 y HEBE UE THE F&CTS During this court week wo propose to offer goo la nt a price Hint will convince you of tho fact Unit wo really sell t.ic cheapest nt all times. Winter is with n yet and Spring is cloo at hnntl and wo have n few moro Clolhlng nnd othor Winter Goods to close nt n greatly reduced price, Prices will lull and n way faring mnti will we these for himself. r. HERE ARE THE FIGURES For 3tf inch Sucilliati oloth, 25c per ynrd. For a 34 inch Fancy Suiting, nil wool, 25o perya-d- . Blnck, Brown and llluc llonricttn, 32 inch, nt 153 per ynrd. For Gray, llluo and Hrowu Dress Goods, tho correct thing for Spring um, only 3Co jKJryard. We have on hniid now the b'ggust lino of corsets ever bro ight to town. Will o'l you A GOOD CORSET For al 25c. three-colum- Tho "S. O." brand corct nt 75c an.l f 1 In cither blnck or wliito. Our 50c corset Is tho best on earth for the money. Dr. Warner's "Oorallne," Tho "W. II." and "C. H." nJo among tho standard brands wo offer nt fl. Only 75c for a nice, full size bed spread, worih f 1 50. f 1 25 for a hotter ono, hemmed and ready for use. 11.50 for best, extra large, hemmed nnd ready for use; well worth (2 50. It Is a fact that we have a NINE-POUN- D I $11,-80- -- . And nt figures Hint will prove that they arc cheap. Lndict' Shoes from I, up, Mi.sf-o- s' Shoes from 75c, up. OhiMicu'sShoc, 25c, up. Men's Shoes nt $1, up. Iloyb' Shoos, 90c, up. nice line: of shoes Figure5 or) flats go four-year-o- ld y, Blue-Gras- Men's Nice Alpines, Crushery, Boys' Alpltws and crusher Hat," latest stylo, for 11 at 25c. The "Cuba Van-mete- r, e, NECKWEAR FIGURES. Just received 40 dozen new Ties, Four inlands, llows, Winders, Scarfs, Ac, which we figure nt 15c, 10c nnd 25c. pectively. Tho same grade always sold nt 26c, 40c and 50c, resThose are special bargains am' 'twill pay you to call nnd sec for yourself. THE LOUISVILLE A. UKBANSKY A CO , ST0RL. Emi- l'KorninroKs. Willls-ibelievln- T. D. IUNKY, Manaokf. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana, Versaillos, nence, Georgetown, Ellzabethtown, Frankfort, nnd Mauckporl, Ind. head-foremo- st tho-flrs- Is Your Eye Sight Faifino If so have ? Do you need spcctncles? your eye tested nt onco at Craig & Hooker's- Spectacles and Dele-war- Noe Glassci from 25 cents up. Wo are Spec a iits In tho fitting o Srectatlis. er $10,-00- 0. Fe-lan- d. m TRUSSESl;tI Cheapest in pi ice and in qun'ity, BiS" Full Line of Surgical Supplies. slip-sho- mac-age- CRAIG 66 HOCKER. LOOK AT THIS. 600DSTO GIVE AWAY. Valuablo Goods Given away with CoTco nnd Making Powder, Fine Decorated Bowl and D. S. CARPENTER, inUSt0nVin, Pitcher With ono Pound of Coffee. HANDSOME LAMP with one Powder. Come and ec for yourself. 15c can of linking - , $158,-155,3- 42 HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Town Lots For Sale. I cd aXJZMERoofing, Metal Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, ShinglesEto. self-defens- For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed one side all seasoned stock. A. C.SINE, -- Stanford, Kv. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., - gin. Boiin, to thu wlfo of L. T. Smith, a Tin: "I-'ua- Look out for Shanks' advertisement in next issue. It will bo a hummer. Stbnooraimiy and typewriting done correctly and reasonably at the Inter- t .Mall" will arrlvo Wo March 8th. Feii. 23, 1897 I WILL bell rough lumber and shingles as low as unylxxly. A. C. Sine. E. ('. Walton, IU'sin'ixh MAX.vai:it. 12 feet Saturday lliVKit ro-inight and remained so all day Sunday. ... YoiibIiouIiI take jour prescriptions to I AM agent for tho Uiulimond Luun- Penny's drug store where prompt nnd dry and will appreciate your trade. nervice Is guaranteed Koburt Morelaud. Di. o PERSONALS. Mlt. At.. G. 111 IIi'ffman Tub house and lot on Whitley Avenue sold by C. C. Withers yostcrday continues very wasboughtbyHov.lt. JJ. Mahony at Is MM. Matt Woodson, h VI. of Middlusboro, Ki: A. yostoi-day- J. Pikk, of Llrodhond, was to the Kentucky University yesterday. Mish Macioib Sacka Is learning photography under Mr. A. J. Harp. Ml8H SL'HIF. HllINKLKY, of Somerset, is the guest ol Miss Suo Willlo Hale. Mhs. W. A. TimuiLK went to Mawn cjunty yesterday to visit her parents. Mlts. Jkssk H. UOL'TT, who has boon sick for Mine time, was worse yesterday. Mlts. A. K. GIUIIONS, of Danville, 8K.'nt several days with her parents at . Iito William I Iockkk returned Peyton's Well. Mkssus TilmaN Gilfin and Harry Jones, of Rockcastle, were here attend lng court yesterday. W. It. .Mak.hu, of the Troy O., Hiitf-g- y Works, wuh hero yesterday to ace U. K. Wearen & Sou. of Danville, waa Mil I). W. up Saturday to see Mrs. Klljah Huugh-mawho is some better. Miss Nkli.ji: Okndohff has been confined to her room for the past two wceka with muxcular rheumatism. Miss IvAirr Ditv, of Lincoln county, who la visiting Mrs. 11. C Hradluy, has tho mcnslo.- - Harrodsburg Democrat. Miss ICatf. WaUDI.K and Messrs. Kelley Hoouo and John M. Hale, of Somerset, arc quests at Mrs. Woody Hale's. Hf.v. W. T. IJ. WlllTK, who has been down with the yip since Christ-tnni- i, waa down from Crab Oroiinrtl yesterday. Miss Mamii: Lynn, of Stanford, 1b visiting Mra. Thomas Thatcher and Mrs. Dr. Georgo 1'orkins. Somerset Reporter. Dlt. ANUKKW Skakcikxt, formerly of thia county, was nominated for the legislature by the republicans of Christian county. Miss Maky Cash la at home from Hamilton College, Lexington, for a few days with her jMironts, Mr. and Mrs. John V. Cush. Mksdamkh William Cokdif.k and Charles Hewitt went over to Loxing-to- n Friday to sou the lattor's husband, who has been very ill. Mil and Mlts. 11. S. Withkks and Mrs. Forestus Held, of Stanford, arrivto sjwnd a few daya with Mrs. ed Dt-'Nn, to-d- ay Marj Bowman. Mi-ssics. Advocate. II. G. Johnson and C. W. Williams, L. .V N. social agents, are here In the case against llrooks for killing Section Foreman Novels. Hon. J. L. Ho.st.KY, of tho Paris visited hla father, Jack Hoalcy, lic-IKjrt- Kmj. Mr. Hosloy la down for some mighty good pie under thu incoming administration. Miss Dolly Williams, of Huston-villla thu guest of her sister, Mra. Leu F. Ilull'man. Hotli went with a party to Cincinnati toattend tho Opera. Lexington Leader. e, NJNwlll celebrate her 10th birthday Wednesday by giving a party from till f) 1. M., to which sho liaa invited a number of young friends. LittlkMiss Myktlk Hki: O'Han- - HOME NEWS, Danks has lino mantel clocks. for Sterling silver aioons. THY us for cash. Farrls & Hardin. DANKS Lightning killed a calf for Free Silver Johnson Sunday. - now la tho time to plant. Hoborts. la Hooded. GakdkN and llower seed, sweet icas W. II. Mc- - President J. II. Collier tclla brated Washington's birthday Friday us that hid board haa thrown open tho with readings, recitations, st)oochos, gatea on tho ChapjHill'a Gap plko, ow and songs of "America" and tho "Star- spangled Banner" unlived by tho wav lug to Its bad condition. lug of sovon doon small Hags given 111 SOMKof the grand jurors had a dis- them by Prof. Grubba. Tho professor cussion as to tho way "Indictment" was Bpont tho holiday at homo uttendlng apelled. "I don't know exactly" said tho Centra CollogO'Jcxorcibes at Dan ono, "but there's a "p" on It." Hut ville. como think of It, a "p" would bo just A Prodigal's Rktukn. Robert aa much uao In tho word 'us a "t." McGlnnis, who ran away with RobinA HELLF.D dog Beared Mr. J. W. Ad- son's circus 10 years ago, has just reams' horso aa ho and hla wlfo were turned to his homo In Mercer, where driving In town Saturday, causing the he had for years been mourned as dead. anlmul to run. Mr. Adaraa waa thrown Ho had nothing when ho left and his out and his wlfo jumped out, but fortu return finds him still holding his own. natcly escaping Injury savo u few Tho Democrat, which tells tho story, i..t..Q Thn lmwv was considerably doesn't say that tho fatted calf was killI ed by tho old folks. torn up. FiiKU. Mr. W. n. Traylor tells ub that ho la (hiding great demand long tlmu. for hia whisky and that during tho past I WILL boII you best quality steel two wceka he has shipped from ono to rooting nearly aa cheap aa you can buy 10 barrels dally. In tho last week he shingles. A. C. Slue. filled ono order from Now Mexico and another from Arizona while numeroua AUCTION. J. 1'. Chandler will aucahipments have been made to States tion olT a lot of dress gooda, Bhoea, nearer home. fi hats, &c., at Crab Orchard, March uml "' Tub pupils of tho public school cele . IN It rejorted that Mlildleaboro Is It has been out of sight for a son of Col. W. C. P. Breckinden. Possession at once. K. IJ. Ma ridge, Is now working with tho carpenter's crew on tho C. S. between Lexhony. " ington and Somerset. Young BreckinHand-mad- i: harness, factory made ridge, who ia a splendidly educated felharness, collars, hames, fzo., a sample low and who has been almost everyline of saddles. All cheap for cash. J. where, has been a "high fiyer," but he C. McClary. has buckled down to work now at $1 LooiC IlBitB. You can buy your per day. corn, hay, oata (seed or feed), cow feed Lightning struck one of the chimand tho beat and cheapest c9.1l, nut and neys on tho dejKit Sunday knocking It lump, at Noel Son'6. Into a cocked hat. Bud Holderman, In tho dcot, was Last Call. You must pay your 181K1 who was chair but not hurt, knocked we are from his tax on or before March 10th, 18U7, or glad to say. Green Baughman, who your property will be advertised. T. was several hundred yards away was D. N'ewland, S. L. C. knocked down and Hort Hayden standing at the old Christian church, was I HAVB secured the servlcea of an experienced butcher who will be pleased struck on the head by a piece of brick. 9 to wait on tho people of Stanford and TUB entertainment to be given at vicinity. G. W. Logan. Iluhto'ivlllo Friday night by the . Minstrel Co. promises to be an Wovf.N wire and oak picket fence, tho most economical fence in the mar- enjoyable affair and should draw a good ket. I am selling it at about cost of crowd from this place, as the proceeds are to go to a most worthy cuu-The manufacturing. A. ( Sine. program embraces three farces, vocal Foil Iwing drunk and disorderly and and Instrumental music galore, &C., and threatening to take thu town, Sam Cur tho names of tho young men which tis, an Host Knd Negro, was placed In on it Is a guarantee of a first-clajail yeatorday by Constable Benedict. jwrformance. Go and take your friends, the admission ia only 25 cents. DBATH. Willie, tho TUB whole face of the country Is covson of Fred Kiehonlorger, the shoe maker who has recently moved hero ered with water, there having been litfrom Ollcuhclm, died a few daya ago of tle intermission in tho rain since Saturday evening. During the time there pneumonia. have Iwon a dozen electric storms, acFlNKU. Squiro A. G. Faulkner tells companied by heavy down pours. The uh that ho lined Neeley Morris, of streams aro on a high and still rising. 3:10 and costs Saturday for dis At 10:a0 yesterday there was a regular turbing religious worship at Double water ajwut, tho rain coming down in Springs church at Waynesburg. ahcetd and Hooding thubtroets. Probably fair, colder Tuesday, is all Foil John Littrell, of Laurel, who is accused of tho mys- the blgnal service promised yesterday. terious murder of Mr. linker, waa lodgAsi'HXlATlON. A double header ed in jail hero Sunday for freight train atuldcd In Kings MounHe makes 18 prisoners now contlned in tain Tunnol a few evenings ago. The the jail here. smoke from the two cnglnea, together with the sulphuric fumes from the coal, CHF.AF, ain't they? A a It. can of At- was too much for Engineer Anderson pies lor 00; a .1 n. can 01 reeled Peach and hia fireman and they fell into the U0 oz. cake of Globe Soap es for 10c; a situafor fie; a large bottle of Tomato Catsup ditch asphlxiatcd. Hearingof the tion, Dr. C. M. Thompson, James Roy for fie, 12 lbs. of Green ColTeo for $1. and othcrn hastened to tho scene and Warren vV Shanks. succeeded In getting tho men to fresh DF.CATL'lt ChbnshaW, who was in- air. By tho use of proper remedies dicted at the last term of court for tho engineer soon revived, but the fireshooting at with intent to kill Edmond man lay In an almost lifeless stupor for Lillnrd, also colored, waa arrested and a long time, finally coming "to" after placed In jail Saturday. Ho will re- the hardest work. main there until his trial. Circuit court commenced promptly Stbalino Coal. Marshal Newland at l:a0 yesterday, when the following caught Sam Guest stealing coal from grand jurymen were selected and sworn: G. B. Bright, Arch Frye, A. tho coal houses baek'of tho e Saturday night and placed him in jail. V. Robinson, D. A. Baugh, P. W. CarHe was pretty drunk, as usual, and will ter, W. D. Hays, James Robinson, likely get oil easy on that account. Luther Underwood, Richard Bibb, W. II. Johnson, C. C VanAr&dale, T. M. PllIVATB SCHOOL. Prof. E. I. Boone. Judge Saulloy charged tho jury himGrublnwlU oK;n a private school here March '1(1 to elo.-.- May '26. For llrst self and as usual was listened to by a full of Interested people. three primary grades l.f0; '2d and ad court-roo$2 4th 2.50; Collegiate Latin, Greek, Among the many things that he touchAlgebra, Ac, ill, payable monthly. ed UH)n waa tho necessity of a workhouse or some plueo to employ persons Patronage solicited. convicted of misdemeanors and he told Tm:young-jeoplwere In a state of tho jury to enquire Into the matter and happ oxjwetancy when wo went to If thought advisable to so recommend press over tho hop at Walton's Opera to tho county court. House last night. If allvo tho father The judge also called attention to tho of his country would feel very proud e rcjKirts of tho removal of certain that Stanford's belles and beaux should iH)les by unknown ierons and said so remember him. that the strictest inquiry must be made Fkkk imkks. Mr. A. W. Carpenter, Into thoolTcnse and the parties indictwho takes notice of things as thoy hap- ed, If their identity could be establishpen, tells us that since the Stanford & ed. Such lawlessness must not bo perd in this counMiliedgoville pike has been made freo mitted to gain a some of those who used to walk after ty. At tho close of his charge ho Mr. Carter foreman and the e their mall now go for it in jury was soon down to business. wagons and that tho travel on his old Tho petit jury is as follows: W. B. road haa increased many fold. For Hbnt. Neat, little cottage on Whitley Avonue; good barn and gar Arnold and tho horse ho was riding In Kkpt Tin: Monby. Last week Garrard yesterday. Ho was In a field Richard Alexander sent a car load of corset, which is ono of the most import looking after his sheep. hay by Henry Waddle to Somerset.! ant items of a woman's dress. He sold it for $12.5 and putting thomon-e- y comfortable Sbbii. Wo aro indebted to Senator ifMfo A In his pocket, skipped with it. 'HUM. Lindsay for a mail sack full of seed, and stylish gown deMr. Alexander located him at Georgewhlch'we will divide out among our town and taking Deputy Sheriff R. M. pends upon the corset, patrone, If they will be good Newland with him, they soon found and the leading dress him there. Ho was placed under arrest CHILD DCKNKD. A makers, knowing daughter of Peter Bolmer, a German and kept In durance that night, but this fact, recomliving on Neal's Creek, was fatally released next morning, because the case burned a few daya ago. Its clothing showed It to be only a breach of trust. mend the caught from a brush pile and the little Waddle had spent all of tho money but $.'W and that Mr. Alexander tiling lived only 21 hours. succeeded "Glove-Fittin- g" in getting from him. well-fittemMt fivo-ycur-o- hl Killbd. Lightning killed young ior Journal "A Fine Figure" perfect-fitting 3 IN ADDITION -- i office. is always the result of a To The- - Glove ! i , . Fitting Wo Carrv the DOWN to Biz. Robert Rreckln-ridg- o, t . . Six cf the seven Mexican veterans were on hand yesterday to partake of n big dinner at tho St. Asaph Hotel in celebration of tho oOth anniversary of the beginning of the battle of Buena Vista. They were Messrs. Jack Bosley, R. Williams, James T. Harris, William Burton, John Dickerson and William McCormack and the time they had will not soon be forgotten by the gallantold soldiers. Of n number of invited guests, including the I. J. people, only Judge M. C. Saulloy, Hon. G. A. Lackey and Mr. George II. McKinney were present. A splendid dinner and war times were discussed for an hour or so, b.it no speeches were made. t MBXICAN SOLDIKItS DlNB. m being the corsetpm . D. that gives the most satisfactory results. UJUJUUiJIll 1 JjJJ everywhere, and They are known may be seen and purchased at all thein Several Different Grades. We have a leading dry goods houses. If not found satisfactory, the money will be refunded Crjlnnrjir Dnnrrmnniir n II Npu SfOfk UNCDON&BATCHELLEKS I GENUINE CLOVE-FITTING Of both und will be pleaRsd to bhow you. UHOMSONS (TRADE MARK) 7 SEMERHNCESON. Hus-touvill- i! c. ap-lc- ar ss four-year-o- ld Eu-ban- Safk-kbkimn- o. Yates. The following dispatch from Hiawatha, Kas., was received as we go to press: W.P.Walton: Father died yesterday. Please notify friends. Brent K. Yates. This will bo sad news to many friends here for Dr. L. R. Yates was a true man and once a friend he struck ns close as a brother. He was born and raised here, where he practiced medicine and ran the old Yates Hotel, t'.ll his departure for Kansas in the late '70s. During the war he was a surgeon In the Federal army and for a time was provost marshal here, and we are told, exercised his power with great discretion. Ho married a Miss Brown and they raised quite a family of children, several of whom are grown and In business In Hiawatha. While here on a visit last bummer ho was the recipient of great attention, especially by the Confederate soldiers, who remembered his chivalry during the war. Ho was a devout member of the Methodibt church, to which he belonged for many years. A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each flO's Worth of Goods. We havejust opened a large and comprehensive stock of GIVEN : AWAY &0. Side-Board- I Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, BUIO-A-BKA- The ladies are especially invited to see our new lino of Dining Tables, Rockers, Enameled Beds, Easles, Pictures, Ac Picture Frames made to order. Work and price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades. s, J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lancaster, Ky. iLfmwie We have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock of General Merchandise and aro now prepared to Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an overy-day, suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of safe-keepin- g. m Mrs. Jack Henderson died Sunday Notions, Shoes, Chinawaro, Glassware, Queensware, &c was never more near Brodhead. Moody will begin this Cincinnati meetings next week. Prof. Towner will assist with a chorus of l.OOOvoices. Row W. S. Grinstead, who preached at McKendree Sunday morning, got water bound and was held in that section much longer than he intended. Grqceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, complete FARRIS St HARDIN, Thermal Vapor BaMabinet FOR SALE. I ilosire lo wll niv Millinery Store ami Location. Only millinery store In town. Any one tleMrlug wine would nml It to their interest to apply at o-- re For 83-- tr prtlrulr iMre, MISS CALVKUT, Junction City, Ky. On Saturday, Feb. 27, '97, We will ofler for sale on the premises the Hush Branch Meeting IIouso and Lot con- taming Two Acres. The Iioum: and lot wi 1 be otlercd separately and then as u whole and tho highest bid will be accepted The title to the land is perfect. At the same tinio ami place will be sold all the Seats, Stoves, Desks, Ac Sale will commence at 2 p. m J.M McHoBEirrs, 1 J V. Ixmian, Trustees. 91 td L S. WiTHKua J PUBLIC SALE. court-hous- Something new in the realm of Health and Hj giene. It is for the benefit of every man, woman and child. It Is nature's great helper in the use of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Bath Folding Cabinet for Homes A complete Russian Medicated or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs Treatment by your own fireside at a nominal cost. All physicians endorbo it and it is now in use in many Hospitals of and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect cure for La Grippe, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, (.olds, Skins. mm1 Diseases. Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidney and Liver Troubles, and is Woman's Best Friend After a vanor bath lust before going to bed, you will say no other bath is comparable to it. It removes all tho clTcte, pernicious accumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth and glowing, reinvigorating 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 alcohol and about a pint of water is all that is necessary for each bath. Can be 6een at Craig-Hocker'aand Miss Liccie Bcazley's. 87 2m J. S. HUGHES, Sotitrjern fluent. "" the-count- TBV m Back of My A Nice Home For Sale. e toll-gat- I desiro to sell iirlvatelv tho two-stor- v frame dwelling in Middlebunr. formerly owned and occupied by Jno W. Wilcher, containing live Dig rooms and many mod em conveniences There are nil nccessn ry outhouses, all in good repair, and an excellent small orchard and good we I Write me for further particulars JAMES W McWIIORTER, 91 lm Middleburg, Casey Co , Ky, foot-hol- FARMERS' MEETING. A. D. McNAIR, Dansville, N. Y., Is the certainty of fulfillment of 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. Promises two-hora- THOMAS DALTON. . . . , . ... Dbmanu. in 1 Will give a FREE LECTURE and distribute free books on Commercial FerHill, J. W. Powell, W. O. Alexander, tilizers at Stanford Oouut-Hous- b on D. C. Allen, B. K. Wearen, J. C. Flor26. '97, ence, S. II. Gooch, Wm, Montgomery, 91 2t At 2 v m. F. M. Ware, Dink Farmer C.C. Bishop, W. H. Brady, A. W. Carpenter, J. A. Shannon, J. E. Wright, Charley Adams, Wm. LangraiT, W. H. Cummins, 1 Farm of 150 Acres, of uhieli 40 acres E. D. McCarty, W. P. Carson. T. M. arc to be cultivated in corn. The remainder Sims. S. G. Dryo, G. C. Givons, G. S. i iml tet m tjrass; has a splendid apple Carpenter of 100 bearing fruit trees. This farm The cases of Henry Kldd, for carry- is a portion of the Greenberry Bright farm. ing concealed wcu'hhis, Eliza Evans, Wilt rent privately, but if not rented before County for selling liquor unlawfully, and Ben that dayCourt day, Jarcj 8, 1807, will on rent it at public auction at the Woodson for malicious shooting wero in Stanford. For further dismissed or filed with leave, as thoy apply to the HEAL JXSTATJi XXCJIANUE, luivo left tho State. Some 20 or ao Stanford, Ky. small cases were continued and that against James Mershon, for perjury, was tho first jury case. Ho Is alleged to have sworn falsely in a whisky suit On agalnat Wood Green. Tho case was submitted without ar 1897, wo will soil on tho promises adjoining Dr. gument and tho ono against C.G. Waro Trilihln'oJ. K VanArsdalo's and W. A. nrnncrlv frnnfin.. nn tl.o n,.t goods under fulso pre ' fnr nhtalnlni plko and on Peyton A Hughes' Avenue, a tenses called, tho other partlej litigant numocr oi residence iois in mo most beaubeing dismissed till visiting attorneys aro tiful locality about tho town of Stanford. Among tho will for d Judge R. J. Breckinridge, of Danvlllo, Said property on 6 be sold mnntlia TOitli i cash: balance nml 19 C. 5. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, and percent, interest. It will first be sold in Hon. P. P. Bobblt, of Crab Orehurd. lots At 4:10 a verdict of not guilty was best and then offered as a whole and the price will bo accepted. roturned in tho Mershon case and tho HUGHES & PEYTON. I court adjourned. Friday. February B. K. WEAREN & SON -- TOR RINT. Dealers In-- -- or-ch- Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, &c, Agents for court-hous- e Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. LOT SALE. Monday, March 8lli, H. C. BUPLEV, I VF THE MERGHANT -- TMOIH to-da- y. Is Receiving his- - one-thir- SPRVG AND SUMMER GOODS. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. .. - - - - y- - - - 'fryjr- pjtl "'r'Jg:cTTv J . '' wwiii iiw3wiiwifc :PTi tit iirr"i'-Tn- i nrrryJTiifnniffm flai nil Tii I'j'TrfnTpy'' 'W"3Wif,WffirTiyi'Ww8rrBittft;Mm ... tt'n iMWTnfcftaaa8r:- - y THEINTERIOR JOURNAL RELIGIOUS. . Hi fcf fr AD VA'CE' church, Washington. $2 P1SR YffiaVll The Tennessee Methodist Centcnial JW When not sopald fflC.SO will charged. commission has resolved to have no exhibit at the Nashville Exposition because the sale of beer will be allowed. The Methodist Episcopal church will, however, have an exhibit. THE Q North Carolina will havo two largo religious meetings this year. Tho KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Southern Baptist convention will conat vene at Wilmington In May, and the Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m. andjreturns at):M'. m Southern Presbyterian General AssemKNOXVILLE DIVISION. bly will meet the same month at Char..12 37 p in lotte. Ko. 21 Train going North .. 3 13 a in " ' No. 26 " Tho Rev. Dr. George S. Savage, ..12 04 p m .south " No 25 " ,. 03ll m State superintendent of the American No. 23 ' KoralllPolut.1. Bible Society, reports a falling off In SOLD. the receipts of the groat organization THROUGH TICKETS HAGOAGE CHECKED THKOUOIl. o'. $S9,000 during the past year, and For any Information enquire ol this compelled a curtailment of the IN" 1 Kov. J. II. Iloniwr's meeting' at Vor giiillos closed with 15 additions. sxs5.5.Sxtia3ra Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt paid S1,.)00 for half n iew in St. John's To "play noses" hang a sheet of canvas from the colling to thelloor, and cut smull holes in the J sheet. Collect as many pretty girls as you caujon one side of the canvas and as many men on tho other. Then let tho girls place their noses in tho holes In the canvas. A young man must choose a nose that appeals to his sense of beauty, and attached to that nose becomes his partner for the evening. CANDY KITCHEN havo opened up a Untidy Manufactory on Lancaster Street and can supply 1 ! garland singleton acandldatefor Suerlntemtenl of Public Schooli iimnty, subject lu the action of the Dew ocratlc jurty. I of Lincoln vfeiMf L ca's LESS FRESH CANDY Of Many Varieties and Superior Kxcel-lenc- y everyday Mr V Curtis F.gburt, an experienced maker, is in charge ami guarantees satisfaction Give us a call. 01-t- f J A STKPIIKNSON. J. P. IIOLDAM Is a candidate for to thunctloii Asworof IJnniln county, ofthe democratic wrty. auli-Jc- MI Ml "Kitty's her new beau." "What did the little rascal do?" "He told the man that his sister al ways took1 littlo brother scared away ly Thoe SAMUJKL SI. OWENS Ian candidate for shetlllol Lincoln county, subject to the action ofthe democratic party. Mason Hotel MRS. U.D.SIMPSON, : Pror . LauctiHtcr, who attend tho inauguration of meet all trains. President McKinley should go to Wash- Kentucky. ss EMMETT McCORSlACK la a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of tlies democratic parly, lour support I earnestly solicited. a hot llat-lro- n to bed with Newly furnitdicd; clean beda; splendid her." Chicago Record. liucllin't Arnica table. Kverythlng first-cla- Porters 89 M. F. JKLKIN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, ject to the action ofthe democratic partrsub- &ij. 1 1 The- owt salve In the worlil fur cut., brulM Mres, ulrers.salt rheum, fcrer town, tetter, chap-pe.lianils, chilblain rornsaud all akin cmpttoiii. It ixMltlTcljr cures piles or noiaj- - rvqulred. lth KUaniJtcv.1 to give jierfe't mitUfactlon or moner rnnile.1. lrlce 1 oenta lHr box. i ur kiiu uj .. tJ MclEobertA, r. Ur.ignt. Did You Ever good work. Gertie Bronston, wanted In Lincoln osunty, W. "a., for murdering nor QUEEN & CRESCENT. stepmother, was arrested at Montgom Trln. niu Junction Cltv as follows: ery, that state, one was aresscu in 3 3?h m , 12 02IP m No. 2 North No. South " " male attire. Miss Bronston Is also 12 OK m 3 " No. " .....U 31 a m " No S " 6 00 a m wanted at Decpwater for robbing her No! 9 " in " 10 " no further than Juncformer employer. tion City. All tnlns atop there. Rev. J. N. Williams, superintendent of missions of the Cumberland PresbyKENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY- terian church, preached a good sermon VIA GEOUUK TOWN. Sunday and announced A.M. at Walnut Flat A. M. P.M. 05 preach again the third Arr Lve. Somerset, 2.00 that he would U30 " 12 09 " Jet. City. 3 15 03o Sunday In March, when there will be 30 4 50 'B03 Arr lieoraetuvrn, Lv 10 55 00 .nminntilnn flrtrl'lPPft. " 0 Kranklort, 9 15 7S5 . o . Lve 9 35 8 30 Arr I'arls "I wont to Boston," declares Evange cv except Sunday Dally list Moody, "with an earnest desire to D. HEUCAW. O. P A. C. save every single man in the city." He fulled to explain whether he considered all married men as already safe, or that he placed them In the "beyond redemption" category. JOE S. MCE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. 1 C iI,m cine haslteen faunil to le peculiarly ailaptrU to the relict and cure of all feinalo cuiuplalnta, exerting a wonderful, direct Influence In Klvln atrengtli ami tono to the organs. If you hare loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spills or a nervous, alccplcm, excitable, melancholy or troubled with iliurapells Klectrlc Hitters Is the mediclue yuu need. Health and strength are guaranteed by Its use. Only 50 cents a bottloat W. II. Mcllolwrta' drug store. Try Klectrlc Wttera as a reiuoJr for your trouliles ? If not, get a bottle nor and get relief This medi- ington over tho picturesquo l.'ucsaponko & Ohio Railway, as it is the only line combining every essential feature of an attractive tourist route, namely, varied and beautiful sccnory, historic Interest and superior track and train eervice. TrainH are run by the block system and nro lighted by electricity, heated with steam and carry through dining cars. The clockwork regularity of its schedule nnd tho perfection of its equipment lias made the "F. F. V Limited"' the most famous railroad train of America. For rates and other information address O. 13. Ryan, G. P. A , O. & O. Railway, Cincinnati, Ohio. LAND FOR SALE. bar-gal- Write for one of my large catalogues that will U a candidate lor Assessor ot Lincoln county, subgive you a full description of aluut ouo Rreat I havo In Central Kentucky or sale. ject to the action of the democratic party aud earnestly asks your uport. (1. V. I.YNi:, Hkm. Kstatk Aiiknt, Ollloo with Jessamine Journal, N'lcholasillle, Ky. JOE T. EMBRY C. G. BAKER A. S. PRICE, Burgeon Dentist, la a candidate, for Asnswor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Think, ing the southern end of the county la entitled to a Stanford. Ky. UOKST HfPfffH WILLIAM MOREL, AND Is a randldtte for Assessor ol Lincoln, subject to the action ofthe democratio aity. Ho kindly ask your support. &C. There is Xothing so Uood l)lcovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, so demand It and do not permit the dealer to soil you some substitute Ho will not claim there Is anyho thing better, but In order to make more profit may claim somelhlug elvs to be Just as Rood. Vou waut Dr. Klfag's Kew Discovery becausn you know It to bo ste and reliable and guaranteed to ;lo gK.l or money refunded. Kor coughs colds and all af-U fections ot the throat, chest and lungs them nothing ft good as Dr King's New Discovery. Trial twttle frco at W H. MsUolwrts" druj store, There Is nothing Just as good as Dr. King's New H. D. PHILLIPS, Office over McltoberU' Dm Store In HulMlriK. Gun and Look Smith. STANFOKD, KY. 10 LOAN, SSHDS Ml SAM W. MKNEFEE 1 J "S Is a candidate forherlff of Lincoln county, sub. the action ofthe democratic patty. Money to loan on Improved city pnwrty or pro- Ject to at reasonable rate, ductive farma In Stanford and IJlienln county al All kinds of rrpilrlog do-'AN) I w rpholttcrlng a specialty. Satisfaction guarantm!. fipercvnt , payable furnish liomla lor publie or eorporatlou ollirialat A. O. Imiam. Jonx 11. Castli:ma. Kxecutora, Administrators or Ouanllaua at rraxiu able tales. Am agent for four of the bet Klre Couiunies dolni; IiusIucm lu Ktuturky and holdera in Slaufonl. solicit .itrunnj;of 1UI samoas other eoiulutile doliiit husliie. lure. WAI.I.At'i; V.. VAKNON, Agt. Town Property : A few months ago Mr Byron Kvery, of Woodstook, Mich, wns bndly ntUictcd His right lejj wns with rheumatism. swollen the full length, causing him great suffering He was advised to try Cham The meeting at the Methodist church bcrlaiivrt Pain Halm. The first Iwttle of continues with good results. Rev. W. it helped him considerably and the sec S. Griustead is preaching some stirring ond bott o effected a cure. The 25c and & sermons and waking up the member- 50c sizes are for sale by Craig Hocker, FOR I oiler first-riot- SAL.EI. fur manufacturing pnrtv & depot. A situation dwelling-lio! cmi; good outbulldlugs and baru and other wellstocke.1 In fruit anil ornamental trees and plenty water to mil any mannfacturtng (stabllsh-inen- t. Kor further Infiiniiatloti ddres KUi:i lll'fil, 1)ih1oii, Ky. s forsile privately Town i'roperty In 1in-doiimtiiy, Ky., 1() yards Irom LAX. nen-star- SHELBY SHELBY, INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. purine's, containing .I'roprletors LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE AkP POWDER bealthrulness. Azures tlis food against alum and all forms of adulteration so common In the cheap brands. RorAL 11aki.no Powder Co., New York. Absolutely Pure. ...... ...... CcleliratW for us great icarenmg sirengm ami COOKE'S SARSAPARILLA WILL CURE 'Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, arid all diseases of the blood and im- - Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it ' m- - Keps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. Mc Robert. Stanford. " Penny's Yinxj, More, Hocker, Craig & V. C. vVolord, V "B WOEKS, TIB I8D SHEET Any cold my children contract yields I can to this medicine Thouch his head has grown white, very readily recommend it for croup and premlres. Said property la one of the lest bulll, KY., In his step becorao less elastic and grand- colds in children George E. Wolff, clerk lest fiiilpiietl and t arraiigwl S. HltillKS, the J. Mate Sole proprietor of Dean's lllatk Diamond IUof Stanford, hy. children play around his knee, the of tho circuit court. Fernandltia. Fla. 82 td lalnt. iJUlmatca junibhcd fr ulntltu wo.nl. All metal nnd Iron rwta Katiafactloii uarauti-vheart of dear old Dr. Woods retains its Sold by Craig & Hocker. Druggists. roots palntol with (Van's lllark iMauiond i'alnt m m Tumpa elasticity Clairrn youthfulness, his mind the warrautetl for years. Dealer In ainiUalvunla.il Iron Kilters, (ia'vatilied bii1 lllatk Mr. Ward L. Smi'h. of Frederickstown, nnd hi.4 iicii Its cunninc that has al- - Mo., was troubled with chronic diarrha-21 tf I run Hooting of all kind. distinguished them, as Vide this for over 30 years. He had become fully ' wavs from the last Issue of the Bowling satisfied that it was only a question of a ! ' short time until ho would have to give Green Courier: by somo of tho Ho had been All persons desiring Iiocut Tosla for plank fence, Sunday was a typical St. Valentine's up. physicians in treated and America, Kurope Hlatid railing or wlro fen can find what they On Mbin Street, Stanford, best on the pike want at my store nrar Cedar day. The sun shone brightly and hill- - but got no permanent relief. One day he I alo leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford keep on hand a supply uf plank for fencing. All side and dalo were prodigally bathed In picked up a newspaper and chanced to kinds of lumber for building purun, also liarda his most voluptuous embrace. The read an advertisement of Chamberlain's and shingles. All persona desiring any article ol Colic, Cholera and Diarrhrea Remedy I le Apply to ' this klud can call on me at my store near IVlar birds twittered love notes and flitted got a bottle of it, the first doo hcled him O W. MMU.in'ON. Crwk. ' CDqucttlshly from paling tip totrysting and ila continued use cured him For place in tho near by evergreen trees, sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists & where they could whisper, unobserved, their seasonal betrothals and plans for IN m K-s- ship. "How long do you propose to continue the services" we asked him. I havo given ( liambcrlain's Cough "Well, I don't know was his response, Remedy a fair test and consider it one of the very be9t remedies for croup that I my year here is up in September." have ever found One dose lias always been sufficient, although I use it freely ST. VALENTINE'S DAY. Druggists. Junction City, Ky. . portion rcKVtfully solleltnl rrnsouable rati-I'lrst-Clas- FOR sale: lit proix-rtle- s a Turnouts, prompt attention, very Ol your iiniiianr la BtiBBEE 5 CBSTLEMS. MANAOI'.llS, ! is on I will otler at private mIo my Houmj and the ixjuaro with the Chrl Main street, tian cliiirvli In Stanford, Ky , from now until March Sth, County Court dar, and If not sold before will then sell to the huhrst bidder on the J.X.Jones, IX lt , Oommerco Building, Louisville, Aircuta Throughout the iouth. STANFORD, W. A. TRJBBI.X, Ical 3TANFOKD, Aip-nl.- - Kentucky. l lltf - . TORE ROM Farmers Bank&Trast Co. OK STANKOHD, KY. ISTOTIOEI Cri-ek- I Pli Up Cjpltil, Surpluj, . . 5200.OOQIOO 17,603 80 - FOE; EEnSTT. IV. f. WALTON. raiding berry patches In the full ripening of tho summer sun. The velvety walks of lovers and, the soberer paths life were musical of with joyous tread, and all nature seemed to join in with tho auspicious day. Greed and lust and vlelousness were swallowed up In tho hallowness of the day, and thoughts that turned not to Cupid 'u siren beck followed the music of the church bells and the pulpit invitation to "Remember the Sabbath day to keep It holy." Tho heart that was not lifted up In last Sunday's glorious sunshine to its homo in the Hereafter, was surely remiss In duty and indifferent to sweetest wooings. trans-meridianal SON, COHL. DEHLERS NOEL Corn uml Hay, Strvs-t- . . T tt iitirfair. i1rtMltim ir a .. ..- -. I !'! II Dills i,tH. ..f fully proles tesl as art. de.sltor In hallsinal llanks, ': fts aiiarenoiuers orioK '"'" '"";"". alock thtextent ofthe amount of theirto the amount at salue tber.s,f, In addition the It way act as executor, ad In suili ahar. as fully a mlnlstistor.tru.tr. Ac.,... ,1.. wli an indltldual . ..... ......i liar rn trust n e.1 their MislneM to us, we trust they will conllnu to do so, ana weoner In Iiiiik k..Ij.ia m.... aoavnimwlatlont as are ronalstent ln and as with sound banking. "r't." ... lllrl ..,...uiuwti DisatToas. J- .. Onler Office and Ke.l Kxchane, near the lUllroad Croaalllg, Depot Stre. t, Coal Yard, Mill Starxford; - latelyKontucky. It. lllgjina'. Satiafactlon guirsntee.1. ML Vernon, J.J. Williams. II. Cummins, W. PrcacheriTllle; II. J. S Ow.ley, Sr., William tlish, J. Kmbry, J. K. Lynn. J. N.Menefew. 8. J A. W. J. I S. II. hliauks, Cash. Carps-nle- - U"H omciai, W. M. MONEY MtEUMKm JKrft JbbWbbbbbbbHLubbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb(7bbbbbbbbbb VHlVV assssWkVA V TO LOAN semi-annu- S. II. Shanks, President: J. II. Owaley, Cashier; Ilrlfht, Teller OS IMI'llOVKI) KAltMS In Uncoln comity, Kr., at 6 wr ceut. Interest; no tsmiiiilsslnn chare.!, Addra (il.O. W. DAW, llooin I", Kenyonbulbllng, lnlville, Ky. For blank applications and further Informs, tloii, ln.iilruof J. N bauudcra, Attorney, Man-(orKy. FIRST NATIONAL BANK or staskoud, ky. Capital Stock SlOO.OOO.r WBnlsVk BlaasXlA H'l.stonville. ryOfrfn(rtMMFnnlfnRI M M I The Chesapeake & Ohio having been decided on by the State executive reA Hammond, Hubble. J. publican committeo as the official line Tanner Hro , McKinney. p. Altutt. Powers. to carry tho Kentucky delegation to J Beazley & Son. Crab Orchard. tho inauguration, arrangements are being made by the company to handle M Lee Pips, Moreland. the entire delegation with the; same Yours for Health, comfort and luxuries as are afforded on Jamks T Cooke, all regular C. & 6. vestibuled trains, H.trrodsbuig, Ky. in order to faclliato matters and to form a correct estimate of the number renuested to send In , vmiaro X I1IXII V ts II1U J U Vll1 'J J lflll-ITwidwell, -? " Reduced Rates to Washington. LADIES ALWAYS A Wcll-Drcsse- ADMIRE - cl an and Like to Sho- Good Advantage. Them The Handsomest Line of oil to n NECKWEAR Ever Seen. Nobbiest and Latest Line Shirts. Attention o( the public Is called to the fact that this la the only National IHnk In Stanford. I n der the proslslons o! tho .National Hank At not only by tho capital stotk, depositors aro au.mint but by the stockholders' liability lor an InstituHnatonvillo, - - eoualtu thisatuck, m that depositors of this sworn by a fund iirsa.o,). I lw are tion atateiueiilsof the coiidlUoiiot the Hank aro made Wust Lincoln each year to the I'lilted State tlurernmeiit and Its Offer his services to the people-statisl times by Kosernment and Casey counties lull stock of Command Cask asM-t- are eaiulntsl atmldlllonal andrfecl salcty agents, thus seriirliiR els always on uami M to del)sltors. Carpenter. Manager. D Thisltistliutlon. urMnally establlthcl as the Itank ol Stanford In los, then rssiritaulieil a. tho .National Dank ofstanlonl In INtt alidawln reoniatilusl us the First National Hank of Stanford ... Ill I9U, UBS HSU year.. It Is letter suppllcl now w h euc for huaineproinptly and liblacllltles fortntisaclinit A ,........ .. I...... ari.l lu.fwir.l.lrt erniiyiiiau si.it . cansir. Accounts of Indltlduali, nduclarlus.nrui ami limn munis nuiiuim. 'wjtipHB HBkst J. T. SXJTTONT, Unclortukor, r iSorphi $15,750. l Kentucky. De-ls- il dr. "w. b. pmsrMTr, 'IlUl) - I. U1KECTOSS. 0( THE POPULAR MwMMEm MM fn) tfiaaattaaaaiSljb j'RflOMIOMMOINIOKI UXJlMJUdJ I BMB MsiJ mmomm u nirWnT J UNJ i J MOMMOINIOIM U KoKMOMOy VJ I 1 U UV I r. PtMMSMlN TvifrTirnfnirAn1 Mlg)Tf mu WJM J . Aji (M TV D ,.iv n nossiblo . A round trio rute of one fare (814.55 from Lexington, Win chester, and Mt. Sterlintr) and corres- iiondln'lv low rates from all central Kentupky points has been made for the occasion. Tickets will bo on sale March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, good to return March lth, 5th, Oth, 7th and 8th. Two limited vestibuled trains each way dally. Leave vi m.i myi i"v" 51 .0M0IN1M A . Urvnfpn v M . IfviJlUJ V liJIl Lexington 12:25 A. M., and 8:35 P. M., arriving at Washington at (1:50 a. m. and 3:40 P. M. next day, from three to fivo hours quicker than via Cincinnati. nas no i For scenlo beauty tno u. x u. of the Rocky mountains. , equal east George W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, "' j Crispy air, Lovely night, Stylish ! Shoes Beyond Comparison Are Our Deutlst, t Stanford, : Ky. Olllcn on IJiiicaMcrltteet at ltesldence. J. W. llayden, Stanfoid h. II. Itaughnian, " T. P. Hill. J.S. Ilmker, " K. U Tanner. McKlnner. W. A. Tillible, J.ll. Odller.Crali On li'd; M.J. Miller, Mt.ernon. 1). Illuiore, taufonl. M, S.'T. Harris, K.Mlelil, Lincoln Co.; " COAL I I am (till Agent for l'alli llranch Owl and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you can et such us) ou waut ut the lowest wivohle prices lor Cnsh. (Jtllccuext door W. W. Withers' I. S. Iloclcr, Pre-lde- A. A. McKinney, Assistant Caahler, orricam. J. J. Mcltolwrti, Caahler, BIG 4. ItOUTK. n S,0re' 37 The Ilest Lino toand From J. K. II. 1IK10INS. Proprietor, T. SAUNDKltS, Manager, llowland, Ky. TOLEDO AND DETROIT All l'oluti in Mlchlau. '4 Beautiful Spring Suits, Both in Style and Price. Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Proper ty m the 15est ol wOOipanies. OHIOAGO. "White City Sisxlal." Host Terminal Station. ST. LOUIS. Aroldiug Hie Tunnel ISJlNl IBIMBM VwA(M(Q) MaifcMOIfcfl RflOl II IIIIWJI Happy pair. Spirit light. Bashful man, Timid maid; Both in lore, Children's Suits liner and better than ever. BOSTON. Wagner Slcoplng Cats. Gcntlcmeii'H Clotlilng Made to Measure Bob'lailed nag, Lots of snow; "Gee uii, Pete," Half araid. Off they go. AH New Goods Just In. & CO., mm rivUAcoro- mo -- FRANKJ.BEKD. WM PBMOMOMMQINIE) nO DV-A- " utyle- - Ifrjfrsjl ! Narrow fled, Cozy rug; '"Xice," ahe taid, A. i INIIMBIWOIIMOIOIKI ' Little hug. Coming baek, Laughing moon; Yumium smack! Wedding toon. The Globe, J. L. FROIDIAST X -- lluiret Parlor Cars, Warner Sleepiii Curs, Prlvat Compartment Curs, hlegant Coaches and DinKmm tho most attrnctlTe lines ol samples to be a ing Cam found My ytcui of measurement Kuarautec iierfect fit In every departinent. Why exiwrhueiit via "WO KOUU " with aiiict4urs when you can 1 protecteilw In erery He sure your tickets iiartltular by leaving your measurement lth me 7 B. O. MiCOIt.MlCK, D. II. M.VUTIN, lam also (ien. Pass. A Tkt. Agt. PasenerlTrJllli1 M : ., CINCINNATI, OHIO. NEW YORK. Agent For th Lexington Steam Laundry. All work guaranteed Gilcher Block, DANVILLE. JEStJE'D. WARe.N. ' ' " Hj si A nf somo slmpU WAItl I L t hi.tr t tlilnt, tt tintnnt ? !... .... vniiff.lili.na ,iv.x.--TnAV J1' tv:r" WEUUJHV lltO JU1LN brlntt you vrualt i. BUHN & CO., I'uuu. Attorney. Wasluogtoft. I). O., for their S1.SU0 prlxc oiler V. jga:.tJ.'a:,&.;,t'iM?r.V.. : .- -