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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897030201 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. UTy 1 mwm SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV. RELIGIOUS. 1,1L INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1897. LANCASTER. p NO. M -- MATRIMONIAL CRAB ORCHARD. Joe Newland represents tho Danville Steam Laundry now. Asylum Inspector Lester was in Crab Orchard tho past week investigating a little whisky bill that was paid by the State. Tho colored folks aro holding a great revival at their Baptist church. 'TIs said the white people attend better than their own church; ut least 6ome of them. A very good way to make Building & Loan Associations close doors is for every body to make application for withdrawal, as it seems they ate doing in i i i l'"M"u ""'" Rev. George Iarsle'H mooting at Lexington brought :iMnto tho church, that there is nothing lu Mm ilHV Mt lllllirt 01 "gainst UIO 1MKICIUH.JUUK.NAI saw his sweetheart at church with her V.. vl ..w 11VAV R.in.lnv It Is hoped that Gov. Hradloy will other beau. the annual offering for foroigh missions Last appoint a U. S. Senator and call an exWithin throe days, Joseph Bishop, among thu disciples of Christ. as much tra session of tho Legislature at once, of ElwooJ. Iud., was tried and acquityear the otToringddid not reach to do something in the way of financial ted for bigamy, married a widow and as $100,000. applied for dlvorco from her. Ho is fear thoy would hno tho service legislation. For aro many here who aro ready years old. of Rev. C. K. Powell, of Louisville tho When Edward Puseli, of Sandusky, Christian church of this city, tele- and willing to take up arms and go to graphed him last Tuesday that the Cuba at Gen. Lee's call, whether the O., found out his wife was untrue to money for his biliary had boon raised administration calls for troops or not. him he gave her a snug sum of money and that thoy wore depending on him. Squire lioyle can raisu a company with and she agreed to skip the country a day's notice. with tho other fellow. Ho Is expected hero on April 1. Every community has an agitator, Dr. John Talbert, of Trimble county, ITorald. A Michigan minister preached on tho who, by tattling and meddling with and Miss Anna M. Ilclnkibeiu, of Inevils of tobacco and killed two cats on other jmoplo's business, produces the diana, were married at Louisville. Tho his pulpit by placing ulcotlno on their same effect on tho people thatheatdoes groom Is 77 and has been married tlvo tongues. Next Sunday ho will make a on water. Tho king boo, of that class times. Tho bride Is a maiden of 35. practical test with alcohol and on tho hero, may learn some bad news about A man out in New Jersey has just following Sunday It Is hold he will himself, if ho continues his unjust cal- married his swoutheart, after a courtship of 6.'1 years. Rut after all ho may build a lire and roast a pig, Illustrating umny. Harve Robinson, who was sent to the havo done wiser than he know. A great of tho damned. tho fato e to pay a fine of100 for sell- many courtships prove happier than Tho meeting at tho Methodist church ing liquor unlawfully, has escaped. No marriage. which has boon going on for a month A New York damsel sued a man for will continue until Sunday, and proba- reward is offered and tho people are Largo crowd attend night- glad that ho has gone. Ellen Evans, breach of promise who had nover made bly longer. ly and tho motulwra aro lwlng awaken- who was fined $10.", has confessed In her a formal proposition of marriage ed n they have not loon for years. live more eases and was given $2.j in and lost, the court holding that such Rev. W.S. Grlnstead Is dolugsomo ear- each cao. This will take 10 days of expressions a "I am going away and her valuable time at hard lalxir. wish you could go with mo." "Life nest and effective preaching. o Your corresondont Is indebted to would bo a great deal happier with returned from Rev. lien Holm Friday, whore ho has been hold- W. 13. Mason, tho next clerk of the you," .Co., could not be held as a coning a meeting for tho juist llvo or six court of appeals, for tho following tract to marry. Once a marriage is contracted thcro weeks. Ho rejKjrts grand success and statement of tho docket for tho Gargreat good done. In tho Master's cause. rard circuit court, which begins next is no such a thing as divorce, and by Monday: Old equity 100; new equity divorce wo mean in tho real, fundaThere were 10 conversions anil 2.i mental sense of that word. St. Luke tho latter Including the pas- 28; old common law lfr, common law .'17, and Commonwealth cases and St. Mark say that If a man leaves tor, Rov. J. C. Hurkholdor, wife and his wife or a wife her husband and redaughter. Mr. Holm Is very much fJO. Thoro are no murder cases. On Thursday evening there were marries, thoy are guilty of adultery. pleased with tho kind treatment reof Wayne county four weddings In tho East End. The Mon may disobey, but the Inspired ceived at tho hands people and Is high In praise of them aH parties are well and favorably known words of the apostles shall remain forand their names are as follows: Chas. ever. Rev. Vahey. n whole. Tho Reporter wiys that I to v. II. C. II. Davis to Miss Anna Asher; Edward HUSTONVILLC. Morrison will hold a meeting In Somer-bo- t Sewell to Miss HcttlcShackolford:Gco. T. Uiwson to Mrs. Mary L. Comloy,and week. K'glnnlng this Will Routt Is breaking hemp grown This can hardly bo true for Col. Crnd-doc- k Thomas MIddleton to Mls Mary Sear- U)on Florence Yowell's land and Is cy. writes to his paper from San AnTho new Mothodls church was not turning out finely. It would probably tonio, Texas: "Young Itov. Clay Mor- dedicated until Sunday night, there bo hotter for tho community If moro rison was holding meeting there, and being a debt of &W0 which amount was hemp and less tobacco was raised here. glad to welcome us. As we were leav- raised at the services Sunday forenoon. Tho blackbirds havo appeared In ing him ho said, 'now let's all kneel A largo crowd heard tho splendid dedi- Hocks and wo take pleasure In informdown and ask God's blessing.' So ho catory sermon delivered by Rev. Julius ing gentle Annie that spring has come. very fervently prayed that 'tho Lord Wright, after which tho protracted If there is not a town ordinance comwould carry our friend Craddook safely meeting was brought to a close, much pelling tho ringing of hogs running at through his long tour of Mexico, and at gool having ixeon done. largo there ought to be. It Is bad lasl'lnnd him safely over Jordan.' " (Mon enough to have a drove of porkers inTho fiscal court meets day) to hear the rojort of tho commis- vade your premises, but when thoy PHRENOLOGY, WHAT IS IT? plow up all tho grass in your front yard sioners, who were apolntcd to get Webster defines It as tho science of on tho stock in the different turn- ono is tempted to slay and sparo not. tho mind, or mipjmmm1 organs of pike roads of tho county. The steps Mr. Edorlngton Is Improving tho thought. In order to get before the In the matter are watched with considof his property with a fresh reader, tho subject above named, I ered Interest. If tho jieople are deter- coat of paint after havlngput a new would say man Is what we may call a mined to have free ronda, It is hojicd iron roof on tho house. Thnt Smith couiNjund being. Uy this I mean ho Is that they will wait until they can be Yowell's genius is versatile has been an animal, moral, Intellectual being. opened legally and not resort to tho shown lately by tho artistic way in All three of those natures were given disgraceful methods employed In our which he spread red paint over the by our Heavenly Father for man's com- neighboring counties. occupied roof of hid father's store-roofort, happiness and enjoyment; not ono Ynncoy, aged 77, a prominent by Charles Wheeler. Robert single ono of those natures excepted. I man, father-in-laof Dr. W. S. O'Neal, Miss Kate Jones, of this place, who proK)bOto give a definition of thoo na- and a half brother of tho late Elder G. was married to Mr. Charles Clemens, tures. I shall commence with tho ani- W. Yancey, was adjudged a lunatic of Lebanon, In tho Catholic church at n mal or lower grade first. Phrenologists Thursday afternoon and was taken to tho latter place, is here, call this nature amatlvoness. A few the Lexington Asylum on Friday. It having lived in this community all her things comitoso this nature and only a was proved that his mind had not boon life, while Mr. Clomens Is said to bo u few. We find, when man was first made, right since ho recovered from a serious prosperous farmer living near Lebanou. tho Heavenly Father placed him in tho illness some time ago. Ho was not be- Mrs. Mary Jones, the bride's mother, garden whore everything that was nec- fore tho Jury, Drs. Hush and O'Neal accompanied her to Lebanon. All their essary for his enjoyment and happiness stating that It would bo best on account friends wish them a long and happy l, was placed before him and at his of his mental condition not to Introduce married life. supposed everything that him. and wo An attempt was made on Friday was necessary at that time, was in tho MT. VERNON, e garden. We find that Adam tKusossod night to rob Miss Ann Dettls, Tho Baptist church will bo dedicathe nature to pervert God'd law. He keeper at tho gato near this city, on tho day Danville turnpike. When she opened ted next Sunday, sure. Rev. Dr. Wardonly gave hlin ono single law, "The you eat you shall surely die," but man the door in roxponso to a knock a man er will otllciatc. Mr. Pat Richard, tho little was respited, for ho lived hundreds of presented a pistol at her, which she closed tho door, pro- Welsh, has been very ill, but is slow ly thrust aside and yea re after. Great many now know If thoy per- posing to use her own pistol. Ho af- improving in health. II. vert God's law thoy suffer or must suf- terward came back and threatened to Tho caudy party given Jut Mrs.realw doing. As time shoot through the glass in the door, but MeFerran's was well attended and fer punishment for developed man's desires or his animal Miss Ann's courage was equal to tho ized $i for the church bell. young Mr. C. C. Davis, nature seemed to increase and hence occasion and she kept tho money, amounting to about $70. It must bo re- teacher, read au Irish story in lino stylo we llnil everything tho Heavenly Fa e at the last meeting of Salmagundi. ther made, was made for man's enjoy membered that this is not a A special collection will bo taken up comfort. That raid, but merely an attempt at robbery, ment. hannlness and next Sunday at tho Christian Sunday being tho case man must have a nature as ho asked for tho money box. school for tho foreign missionary fund. given him for tho enjoyment of all Green R. Keller is a versatile man. A largo party loft hero Sunday to atthose blesslhgs, henco wo seo why those He is chief of tho Carlisle llro departtend thu Federal court In Louisville. natures was glvon us. ment; editor of tho Carlisle Mercury, witnessIf you will read tho fith chapter of ono of tho best papers In tho land; clerk Tho case in which tho mon aro times and es has been called several tint fiuliitlun letter and .'Id chapter of of tho city court; "chief cook and botof Colosslans and many others In tho Now tle washer" at all entertainments; a has cost the govermenthundreds dollars. Testament, you will soon find whero State official and an all around good Mr. E. B. Smith, former editor of thodovll resides. It not Is some great man from tho top hair of his head to the Signal, will edit a pajwr at Livingsomething that Incomprehensible tho corn on his little too. May ho live ston. Tho first Issuo will como out doesn't speak or make signs, but is a long and prosper. Winchester Sun. next Friday. Mr. Jim JMnret had an perversion of that nature God litis givTho Kentucky Midland was reorgan- excellent editorial-Lilast en us for good and wo make evil. Wo ized under tho name of tho Frankfort week In reply to a lengthyj editorial of them say a perversion of any or all and Cincinnati Railway Company. It you may call the dovil, Satan, or oppos-c- la composed of Charles E. Hoge, W. F. in tho Republican. Mr. Andrew Gentry is building a resfor devil means nothing moro than Dandrldge, Thomas Rodman, 13. C. idence on Main street, also Mr. Win. opting what is right to think. Milam and II. P. Mason. Tho compa- Baker. Mr. Gran Baker has moved to That God, our Heavenly Father, ny Ih capitalized at $200,000. tho rooms over his store in tho now would make man and then make an A treo recently out down In What- brick. Mr. Ad Sparks visited his Is a most to get man to sin com county, Washington, was 405 feet to mo to maku all and high and 33 feet and 11 Inches in cir- brother, Mr. W. J. Sparks, this week. Idea select school everything for man'" happiness and last cumference at tho base. If it woro Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt's good attendMonday with nf nil ti mnd ms son 10 uio lor uiau. i sawed into lumber It would make IW,- Mr. Wm. Hyslnger Is quite ill. can show from tho Biblo whero sin 34o feet, or enough lumber to build ance. much that I havo originated. I apply eight cottages two stories high, seven Tho magnitude of a steamship can bo written In this piece to the animal man. rooms each. imagined when it Is told that it took In my next will show or try to show tho Rev. Leo, Wulling's spiritual advis- tho contents of 510 freight cars to load moral man and tho abuses of his moral er, went to Indiana to see tho family of ono at New York for Liverpool the J. R. Waukkk. nature. Pearl Bryan to intercede in his behalf, other day. Louisville's 1897 directory shows that on... Mmilri porrosDOiidout of tho Ilod but thoy declined to communicate with savs It thundered Fob. Mni. Walling says ho did not havo u that city hu9 a jwpulatlon of 215,572, ceiivlllo Herald fair trial, but was convicted ou porjur- - mado up of 175,410 whites and 40,162 18 ' and therefore there will bo frost or cd testimony, colored. enow May la. iij nu ooiiovu Thomas Hawkins, of Gallatin counIn thu Hlml milt ty, attempted to kill hiuuclf whon he - - (10-o- T-lie- M Mld-dlcsbo- ro Crab Orchard. It Is still a mystery whoso goods aro to be sold In Crab Orchard by Col. J. P. Chandler Friday and Saturday, next. Everybody is guessing. A good way to find out is to wait and see. Mrs. Napier, of May wood, is visiting her son, Mr. Tom Napier and family. Mr. Singleton Novels, of Wheelers, Vn., is hero to attend the trial of Frank Brooks for killing John Nevels. Crab Orchard is noted as being tho only place whero jieople can llvo without work nnd judging from the number of shipments of household goods received at the doiot a number must have found it out. Charley Slaughter, who went to Flomaton, Ala., to take a position with the L. & N. R. II., was seized with bleeding at tho lungs on his arrival there and was not able to be brought home until Friday, when his brother, Jim, came with him. Ho is very low, with but slight chance for his recovery. Jim Is doing well as chief clerk and express agent for the L. A: N. at Flomaton. He returned to his office Saturday as it was necessary for him to be there to close tho month's business. Mr. A. II. Bastln went to Lexington the past week and returned home sick and is still confined to his bod. Mrs. M. K. Pollock, who was stricken with paralysis tho early part of tho winter at tho residence of Mrs. Napier, at May wood, was able to come to her daughter's, Mrs. Pleasants, at Crab Orchard, this week, having almost recovered her usual health. Mr. Henry Fish Is visiting friends at Crab Orchard. Mr. D. B. Edmiston resumes his duties as at tho James distillery Mr. Charles Brown and wife havo been visiting his father at Lily. Miss Leah Stegar continues to grow weaker dally. storo-keeior to-da- y. work-hous- A Big Gut For Two Weeks Only. Mon-tlcell- untie-tlficatlon- s, Overcoats At Cost . Prices will Tell. (Dust JIake Room For Spring. Call and See Us. AH Goods Marked in Plain Figures. 3I ft itW. to-da- y n iwi IV1 J. L. X J - . ii - ti ii ii - oj-tlo- ns ii jrjiju TLI FBOHMAN & " Huaa n t(SIGX CO.. DANVILLE Kantnekr. r - ti ii avT ,- .- - - !sr3i-O- j n.m w 13717 ,f v Fektilizkus. Ho pointed out Mr. A. D. McNalr, of Dansville, N. Y., delivered a lecture on commercial fertilizers here Friday. that a complete fertili- m w well-know- dis-Ksa- toll-gat- son-Jo- f toll-gat- zer or guano, is made by mixing certain raw materials, like nitrate of soda, Falls Hranch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds so'd at the folacid phosphate and muriate of )otash, lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. which contain nitrogen, phosphoric acid and jiotash respectively. He showl-2ct ed that plants, like animals, require a proierly balanced food in order to thrive At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn best. It is neees&ary, therefore, for tho f rom 30 to 35c per bushel. Oatx from 30 to 35c per bushel. Hay, farmers to consider carefully the com40 to COc per 100 pounds. Millet, 55c per 100 lbs Straw, 30c per 100 position of their fertilizers. Tho averlbs. Shipstuir. 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 65c pur 100 lbs We keep age fertilizer, he asserted, was deficient stocK oi an constantly ou lianas. Vn i uuu bee us belore buying. in potash, of which it should contain at Mi . least six per cent. Farmers often find ii ., it profitable to apply about 100 pounds s of muriate of potash in addition to the MJfcki a: fertilizers they buy. For certain crops like peas and clover, ho gaid that no nitrogen is necessary, because those REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. manager. plants have tho valuable property of absorbing this costly ingredient from INTERIOR JOURNAL tJUILDING: tho air, thus saving tho farmer a large No. 5. Situated just outside expense. To grow big crops of peas PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. pplcudid turnpike und between of city limits on a town and splendid dwelling, barn and all necessary outbnlld-Ingand clover it is advisable to fertilize No. 1. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., Kami ample water for both domestic and stock them with about 100 to 130 pounds mu- near IHx Hire, containing 10 acre, with a tine, 1 his farm Is all under good fencoand inn largo brick ilwcllinx, two roo.1 liarnt, alt necessary high state of cultivation, In fact its producing qualriate of potash and 300 to 400 pounds of outtiuUrflutf-- nil uii'lcr gol fence; tine orchard of ities are hrnt class and second to none In tho counacid phosphate per acre. For corn, wheat atiout :i5U trees made from a careful und prudent ty; In addition to this It is contiguous to the city, selection of acclimated varieties. Tliti lUrm Ulna which is a blessing the way of being close to tho potatoes and timothy, it would be nec- hltfl) Mate of cultivation ami will produce In quali- hne educational andin religious facilities. 1'rlce half cash, balanco In and '1 years. ty and quantity that of any farm lu Lincoln cotiu-tessary to add nitrogen. Every farmer 1'rice IU lwr aero; terms eaiy. No. 7. Near Crab Orehard, containing 133 acres, therefore, would do well to grow clover No. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., well Improved in overy particular and nicely located. I'rlco SIC er acre; terms liberal. or peas in his rotation. 300 acres, well improved all under fence, 4.00 ws$m$m$g$gigsByB CLOSE PBICES T Coal Fron? 7c to 11 I' H. BAUGHMAN St CO. "" - .. y- - toll-gat- s, pur-iwse- s. -- s 510,-UU- y. 1 tho-JSlgna- l r, op-pos- er ua Co., agents at Loxlngton, notified tho company of the injury and as soon as I Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Furnished, Kents Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDEK, Stanford, Ky. was able to be moved home, Mr. called with tho company's proof sheet and proof was made out und ho sent tho proof to them about Feb. 15, and on the 25th the company executed their cheek for tho amount duo mo by reason of the insurance. Mr. G. A. DoLong paid mo in full on tho 27th, Now Seeds in Papers and l!nlk Guaranteed the Best. being the first one of all other companies to pay any insurance duo mo. I desire also to state that tho Travelers Insurance Co. has answered every letter in a courteous and satisfactory manner. 1 Now Rods and Reels, best Rasa Lines and every thing in the line at Very Respectfully, Lower Prices. P. H.lDOL. De-Lo- No. 23. arres, fine brick well watered, fine loily ol tliulxr, H acre of river dwelling Contains bottom, lu line condition for any kind of farming buildings, with 8 rooms, splendid barn and all outA GOOD COMPANY. volumes of never tailing water, together cash in I'rlco SIS tier acre, product with a Mil that will give satisfaction in the yieldhand, balance In 1 and '.' yean. ing of any kind of farm products. Situated ou good Lexington', Feb. 27. I deslro to say No. 3. Contains 150 acres, rwxI linproveme nU pike, close to school and church. I'rlco $18 per to my friends that ou Jan. S, 1S97, I excellent water, tine applo orchard, nice location acre; easy terms. :V.'. stories blgb, new took au accident insurance policy with very productive, about 5 miles from Stanlord. generalMore house twowhich will invoice stock of merchandise, Price S3.000. 8.',5O0; three dwellings with good stable, ware and buggy the Travelers In&uranco Co., of HartIn Lincoln county and contnlus house and all necessary outbuildings with splenNo. J. Situated ford, Conn. On Jan. 28th I received by 9ncre, all of which Is fine, productive river bot- did wells and citterns to each dwelling; the total tom, with rplendld Improvements, all under good amountof land ujion which tho buildings stand Is accidont au injury, causing the loss of fence plenty of never falllm; water and will pro- two acres. Cost of biitldlog the store house and ono hand. Messrs. G. A. DoLong fc duce line hemp, tobacco nud corn. I'rlco $'J,700; three dwellings was S30U0 nod the land 91,000. The present price I'r all the 1. ve projwrty 83,000. terms e.uy. two-stor- y one-thir- d wmmmmm& LHNDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS. FISHING TACKLE I i Tipton, of tho Richmond Register, got this off and died. Jesse Way, aged 73, who had served 42 years in tho Indiana penitentiary for counterfeiting, has boon arrested on another charge of "itaking money." That's jes a way he has of making a living. PRESCRIPTIONS W. B. MoEOBXBTB. 1 Slmmitseslsss intouii mmii VaiMirtiJMTyTff'HT'nn ii'i''VTr lMii lull mmmrMiWrWto9Mfatfmmtfi&Mri'Wmrm niritr(imXviHlii tmmmtmtfi jbaMMHMft THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., Mar. 2, 1897 W. P. WALTOX. SIX "Wk JLO-ES- . 11 have never been great admirer of Senator David Bennett Hill, of but wo have never doubted his democracy or underrated hlsabllity. An t number article- from him in the on the mistakes and the of the Forum future of the democratic party is to compel the admiration even of lanan enemy. He tells In forceful got In the saddle guage how extremists at Chicago and rodo the party out of its well beaten paths on froveral issues in A SOLON In the Kansas Legislature order to satisfy the populists and get mistakes, he says, has presented a bill providing that their vote. These must cither marry or go to must not bo repeated; the objectionable bachelors penitentiary. Tho average man features of the platform must be Sha- tho material mod- would rather go to 'prison than marry ndong or there muii-be'tho average Kansas woman, and If tho provlslonsjcon-servatlsification of Unessential law, a penitentiary will must replace radicalism; the bill becomes a to bo built in every county. selfish Interests of sectionalism must have give way to the best Interests of the POLITICS. whole country; conciliation must preand vail instead of ostracism; a broad Tho amended "Bottling Bill" passed liberal policy In party management tho Houso Saturday. ndnnted: there must bo greater TTinat. l A favorable report was made on a freedom of opinions tolerated and public building for Carrollton, to cost adefforts made to harmonize and $25,000. just honest differences: unholy alliances The Houso bill to allow tho bottling populists must be avoided; and of spirits In bond passed tho Senate with above all, there must bo a return to the with amendments. fundamental principles of the party The Houso passed the bill to permit from which temporarily It has so ma- National banks to take out circulation terially departed these are the essen- to the par value of tho bonds deposited. tial requirements by which success beDr. James D. Clardy, tho scconil dis comes possible In the future. The Sen- trict Kentucky Congressman, is being ator took no part in the Indianapolis urged by his friends to run for governbusiness, and while ho compliments or. many of the principles it laid down, says Col. J. J. MoCook. of New York, Is on the financial question was gam 10 nuvc uucunuu uiu wuiuui jm.u its action a disappointment, turning a wunnuiu offered hlra, that of secretary 01 tne on the coinage question and ter jor declaring in favor of a single gold, BourDon has 4G candidates for county standard as tho permanent policy of 0jjcera an(j voting population of 4,900, the government. Concluding, he says: b0jnp iqgj votes for each candidate. If, guided by wise counsels, tho regular Kentucklan. organization shall avoid tho mistakes ' Goy Brai0y has completed the call of 1890, upon which I have commented for thQ extra.8ession of tho Legislature a course which millions of democrats except ailing the blanks for the date, sincerely hope maybe pursued tho In- - which wm ukeiy b0 March 23 Times, dianapolis organization will naturally Th(J jQnff jirawn out contest for the speedily dissolve, and a united demo- - jmWgbh, n McCraoken, was ended In cratlc front may again be presented to thc eiection 0t R0v. J. C. Tulley a all- tho common enemy, in tho last presi ver democrat ana auampoeiuio preacn-er- . dential contest of tho 19th century. New-Yorem-ren- sutll-cie- nt THE Louisville Post believes that a silver democrat will bo nominated for Clerk of the Court of Appeals and that his election will depend on tho vote of the sound money men, adding that tho oiHcois a clerical one, of no National iin)orUinco and tho holder will have no vote on tho silver Issue. "It Is a great opportunity," it says," "to show what a united democracy can accomplish. The rank mid file of the party desire harmony. Extremists on one side and recent converts on tho other are stirrinir up strife because they live by strife; they opj,Kse harmony because in n united party they could not bo in the least conspicuous. Tho will of the people will prevail over tho machinations of such men, we do not doubt. The democrats have a way of resuming control of their own affairs, and tho indications are that they intend to take command themselves this year." So mote it bo, tho president of the Daughters American Hovolutlon. Miss Gertrude Lucas, of Frcdonia, this State, was struck by an L. & N. train and fatally injured. Jacob Wall, of Waterloo, O., committed suicide bocauso ho had been robbed of a largo sum of money. Fire broke out in a mine at Zacatc-caMexico, and 175 miners are believed to have lost their lives. Willie Boyer, an Indianapolis school boy, ran Into an express wagon while coasting on his bicycle, and was killof Tho betting on Corbett and Fltzslm-mon- s continues, with tho former favorite at $10 to $3. An electric car was caught between two trains at Chicago and four iwrsons wore killed. Toll gato raiders burned a bridge In Franklin county and cut all tho telephone wires. Fire destroyed tho linmcnso cement plant at Mtddlebranch, O., causing a loss of $200,000. At a danco In Tancol, Mox., 10 peo-pl- o were killed and 15 seriously Injured in a general tight. Mrs. A. E. Stevenson was FHRM AND TRADE, Directum, 2:05L will bo trained this year. 1110 acres to rent. R. L. White. O. P. Huffman bought of J. R. Routt some butcher stuff at 2Jc. John Raney sold to D. F. Logan a shoats at 3c. bunch of Bishop sold to Lyon & Allen Joslah blue-grass 80-Mu- AT THE Iioaistfille Store. It's a Ilonanza for tho people this wcok in progress in order to make room for our Wo refer to our big clearance, sale now u bunch of 175 pound hogs at 3c. David B., 2:09, Is tho champion road horso. He has pulled a wagon In 2:12. P. P. Nunnelley sold to James and G. A. Peyton 25 calves at and &. Son's. Blue-Gras- Glv-on- s 0. $12.-5- Northern seed oats, clover, timothy s seed at B. K. Woaren fflEW SPBIHG OTCJL Which in Tho Weihls bought In Hardin coun- nihilation of valuetiand the styles all considered render this sale one of more than ty 10 car loads of oxort cattle at 31 to ordinary interest to the purchnsing public We deem further comment useless. arriving every tiny. Tlio Phenomenal Bargain wo offer. th& absolute an- s, 4ic News. F. P. Bishop bought of J. T. Carson for Juno delivery a lot of butcher cattle to bo corn fed at 2Jc. Silas Anderson sold to J. H. Baugh-ma- n & Co., 180 barrels of corn at $1.40 and to J. B. Hlgglns 100 barrels at to $1.50 Zc-nla Our Prices and Our Goods Speak For Us. Corco and m William Woostor, aged 49, cashier of the National Exchange Bank, of Hartford, Conn., committed sulcldo by hanging. James B. Ireland, of Hancock county, will celebrate his 100th birthday In June. Ho Is still healthy and vlgor- Tho flood slacked a quantity of lime a building at Cincinnati, and tho structure was destroyed by the fire which resulted. A mob toro down a toll gate near Carlisle Thursday night and threatened to 's house If ho col burn tho lected any more toll. Clarence Austin, a Rochester, N. Y.. school boy, Is a raving maniac as tho result of a practical joke played on him by his schoolmates. Thc United States Bulldlngand Loan Association, of Louisville, assigned as tho result of internal dissensions which caused heavy withdrawals. Cant. E. C. Barlow, Georgetown's oldest business man, dropped dead of iri gate-keeper- ed. sin-co- re 0U3- - ( ( J j. roviun ui wuu num. w. .. ...j burg Democrat, who was turned from0f exi8tence, shows nothing remark-th- e path of virtue and democracy in at,iQ eXccpt extravagance In spending tho last campaign, is an optimist of tho th0 public money, Nation-swor- e The Irreconcilable, purest ray sereno. He and his crowd for prosper- - a democrats of Warren county, have that tho only chance ity was in tho defeat of Bryan, and hav- - resolved not to go into tho sllverlto ing accomplished that purpose, he now primaries or accept any overtures from seeks to make people believe that pros- - tQat BOurce for a compromise or fusion, perlty is upon us, oven at our very , Senator Teller remarks that the Tho people would never know duct 0( thc State department during t, the it except told by some oracle like com- - the last two years has been and ho doesn't expect much linand wo fear that even m0us, ing from a source usually so reliable, provement under tho next admlnlstra-thor- e will bo found a few doubting tion. Thomases. McKlnley may plant and j jf jno persons have been arrested at Bro. Spotswood may water, but the In- - Lexington under Indictments returned crease doesn't come by saying so. When ' by tho Federal grand jury for consplr-itjdoeif ever, wo will gladly welcome acy to Intimidate voters at tho Novem-i- t and impart the fact to our readers, oor election. Other warrants are yet who know that If new and true It will to be served. Congressman Lewis says tho bo found in tho INTERIOR. JOURNAL, not Gambling bill, the chief objectof which is to put a stop to horso racing, in oth- THE result of the investigations of er wordd pt.ohlbit the sending over tho grand jury at Louisville showed an thj wJrog othcrwl8C any informa- . araount of olHcial corruption that It is Uon ftbout golUng) book making men seiecieu 10 or pamblinj? on horso races, shall not hard to Imagine that manage tno auairs 01 uio ci iy iu.u m becorao a law this session. Kentuck- guilty of. Alucrmen iirni, jviug, tnns must Htlll be left bomo riirhts, ho Leatherman, Breucr, Triick and Jenne says. were indicted on charges of bribery Four of the nine men who will comand conspiracy, and in the case of Brltt pose the McKlnley cabinet meeting are receiving a bribe, and relate mainly to Ohio born. Moreover, every president tho "big seven" compact, the "tobacco elected and seated since Lincoln, with inspector" ordinance, the tissue paper the solitary exception of Cleveland loan of $2,000 to Aldermen Britt and Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Harrison and Ileeder by tho German National Bank, McKlnley. was born in tho Buckeye and the alleged conspiracy to make i,- - StaUj vl inla started out to hof? ull 000,000 by the sale of the water works. persimmons on the National h Breuer, who described hlmselt as a tpo hM oup nelghbor acr088 thc rlver perfect gentleman," is in jail in default hftg . hftd run Qf th(J orchard. of ball and tho whole layout will likely niayiUe Times, go down the road to Frankfort. bill passed thc Tho House 142 to 51. It applies only to EDITOR RICHARDSON, of the Glas- and Times, will cither have to walk or , terstato commerce transportation & N. squires al carriers subject to that pay his faro hereafter. Tho L. to provide agents author zed to sell has for reasons satisfactory to itself certificates and withdrawn the pass it gave him. Ho their tickets with makc8 ' misdemeanor, punishable by has been firing Into corporations pretty for one severely, and the company thinks un- - ' Ano of $1,000 or Imprisonment author-th- o yew, for any person not duly justly. Wo do not know tho merits of carri-th- o wo do know that ized to sell tickets. It requires controversy,-bu- t to redeem unused ticket and makes editor Is very much like David, counterfeiting of tickets Crockett, he Is usually sure he is right the forgery or - I'"" o.v.. j ,.u,.. .uu...w... """1uifnin ho crnoa nhpm . P.Vftn If ho (IOCS so-callcon-door- s. puslllanl-Democra- s, Anti-otherwis- e. I Antl-Scalpc- ra In-go- w t!). Ho had been in the jewelry business for 45 years. $300. Advocate. Tho river began to recedo Sunday, Ball Bros, sold to A. J. Smith, of spotted geldat Louisville. It succeeded in getting England, the higher than it had been since tho great ing, Edison, by Monte Crlsto, for $750. Hood of February, 1884, reaching 115 feet Tills Is tho second horso within two and four inches. weeks that tho Ball Bros, have sold A. UIWANSKY A CO , Phoi'hictorb. Masked men caught Albert Morgan, to go across the ocean. Woodford Sun. T. I). RANEY, Manaokh. of Aberdeen, O., as ho was returning Bonta & Bro.. bought 100 barrels of hop and after robbing htm they corn from Isaac Scott at $1.25 In tho Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardntown, Lawrrnccburg, Cynthiana, Venwillei, Emifrom a tied him to a tree. Ho was nearly crib. They also shipped 180 sheep to nence, Georgetown, Eliiabethlown, Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. frozen when found. Cincinnati Monday, and sold them at 4c. At Soddv. Tenn., a race war Is threat They averaged 125 lbs. Col. JackChlnn ened as the result of tho lynching of bought "Popper," the famous fox Charles Brown, a Negro, who attempt- hound, from J. C. Davis yesterday for ed to assault a white girl and who later 8100 cash. The dog will be shipped to fatally shot an officer. Massachusetts iartles. Harrodsburg The Ohio at Cincinnati reached fil Democrat. feet two Inches and began to recede. Do you need spectacles? If so have your oyes tested al one J at In 1884 It reached 71 feet and 1 of un This Is Mardl Gnu day ft Is from inch. Tho damage along the entire tho French and literally means Fat Tuesday. It Is Shrove Tuesday, the river has been very great. Judge W. W. Crump, tho most noted day before Lent. It Is tho last day of a lawver In Richmond, Va., Is dead. Ho carnival noted In Paris for tho travesty Spectacles and NocGlas;ci from 113 cent up. Wo are Specialists in tho fitting o defended President Davis In his trial of a Roman procession, marching to ofS; ectaclus. for treason and was assistant secretary fer an ox In sacrifice to thc gods. The of the Confederate Treasury. ox, which is always tho prize beast of Mrs. Jane Dabbs, of Newberg, Tenn., tho season, Is decorated with gilt horns' was given seven years for murdering and fillet round Its head. Mock priests Cheapest in piico and beat in qua Ity. son. After crushing with axes march beside It, and a band hor & Full Lino of Surgical Supplies. tho little thing's skull she set lire to with all sorts of tin instruments and the houso and tho child was cremated. lictors fill up tho procession. It has A Nevada legislator has introduced been celebrated in New Orleans with a bill providing for an appropriation revelry and elaborate display since for a championship belt to be present- 1827. In 1857 the Mistick Krew of h ed with the compliments of thc added new life to the carnival, and to tho winner of thc 1872 a "King of the Carnival" was in fight. appointed, whose authority is observed "Gen. Lee is a liar, an imjwstor and during thc carnival. a rebel," said Gen. Paltnerola, secretary of State for Cuba, when Informed FOR SALIC BY that tho American consul general was authority for tho statement that tho F. REID, STANFORD, KY. release of Charles Scott had been de- Gohhlitrt Hows for Both Suddleaml Ifnr-nemanded because he had been arrested J'urjotfs. and kept In prison In defiance of law. Cattle, Jersey And Short-Hor- n Tho fight between tho labor unions and street car company at Louisville Poland China Hogs and Southdown Sheep. Choice Individual of best Strains. has been declared off, the street car Call or Write Your Wants put conductors company agreeing to main lines, to heat the cars next on the winter, to charge only one faro to the Valuable Goods Given away with CoTcq and Ilaking Powder, parks, and to make electricity tho mo1897. in tive power on all tho street car lines Even thing for Orchard, Launand Gartho city within 18 months. den. Full stockt of Ornamental and Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Aaratju and Small VICINITY NEWS. Fruits. We employ no ageiUs but sell at livplanter. price There are about 75 cases of measles ingojjke. direct to the and generalTelephone Nursery Strawberry in and around Mlddleburg and Yose-mlt- Catalogues on application to in heart disease, aged Lottlo Loralne, 2:00, pacing, this year; her new owner, J. D. Crolghton, having placed the groat marc in his hands. Joseph Lo Compto, of the Lexington Roller Mills, says after investigation he finds there Is not enough wheat on hand to run the tnlllB in this State till harvest. Tho oIiuhs of 2:15 or letter In 1S97 should not suffer for entries, as It Is said there aro 401 pacers and 220 trotters within tho bounds of 2:15 that will bo campaigned this year. James Hahn, of Anderson county, sold a hogshead of tobacco at tho Enterprise Warehouse last week at $19.75, which is tho highest price brought by a hogshead of lb9rt burloy this season. At Faulconer's jack sale tho best black jack was for tho Blackburn, by Joe Blackbnrn, projHjr-t- y of George Tarklngton, which went to Hays & Co., of Nelson county, for ld five-year-o- Some fiend placed strychnine in tho Kead our advertisements. Thoy always contain valuable information. feed of a lot of mules belonging to see what wo nro doing. Another big week for tho Cobb, of Madison, and eight of the animals were killed. Al Hutching, of Danville, will have I)0U$G-KGGPG- R You'll always find ! Oct In every thing exaclly as advertised and represented. rush and get some of our tho REAL, LIVE BARGAINS In Ladies Dress Goods, Notion, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Fndcrwear, lllankets and Comforts, Corsets, Domestic, To hand down and Merchant Tailoring Goodn in Great Variety. wo will always treat you right. I CJIoves, Shoes, HATS, NECKWEAR, CLOTH! IMG lie Miro and call; And at figures that will prove that they arc cheap. LndleV Shoes from II, up. Mis-e- s Shoes from 75c, up. Children's Shoos, 'J5c, up. Men's Shoes nt $1, up. Hoys' Shocs,.90c, up. nice: line: of shoes ST0RL. ld THE LOUISVILLE Is Your Eye Sight Failing ? Craig & Hooker's- m TRUSSES I 66 two-vear-o- ld CRAIG HOOKER, Co-m- jockot-boroug- Corbett-Fitzslmmo- ns LOOK AT THIS. w GOODSTO GIVEAWAY. Blue Grass Nurseries. SPRING, Fine Decorated Bowl and c. . jjet News Briefly Told ence with thc L. & N. oilicials Is that exceedingly clover people, they are GabeMay got a year In the penitenwho want nothing more than is right, tiary for perjury atOwcnton. and are as much opposed to soryile subA Chattanooga youth Is suing to reserviency as they arc to factious criti- cover $3,100 lost at gaming. cism. Dillard Ralney was sentenced at bo hanged May 15. Is March 2d and the new silver Winchester to IT Tho population of thc Kansas insano dally, which was to appear about this asylums has increased 41 percent since time, Is still non est. The date now 1890. fixed for its appearance is April 2. Gen. A desperado at Arkansas shot and $o0,000 for it. Hardin has raised about wounded two officers and afterward was Jim MaRET is a genius. We knew it killed. There are 4,000 destitute people In before but his take off on curiously o in tho last issue of Claiborne county, La., as a result of tho named drouth. the Mt. Vernon Signal confirms it. post-ofllc- WTong .occasionally. Our experi- Charles Rayburn, deputy circuit clerk, cut Buster Fife at Richmond, in a game of chance. A. T. Royalty, who was postmaster at Liberty for 40 years, Is In a dangerous condition as thc result of a fall. Annie Edelen, colored, while stealing coal at Lebanon, was run over by a train and her head severed from her Aunt Bethy Mulllns, aged 85, of Rockcastle, has kept a record showing tho number of births she has attended. In making a recapitulation a few days since she found tho remarkable total to be 1,577. Tho U. S. court at Louisville sent Hanson Fields and Seymour Gilbert, of Bell, up for CO days each and fined them $100 for retailing liquor, Walker Gabbard, of Clay, same charge and same fine, George Frederick, of Rockcastle, same charge, 30 days and $100 fine and Matt Rainwater, of Pulaski, same charge, 00 days, $100 fine. l I II. F. UILLKNMYEIt, Piteher 03 Isxington, Ky With one Pound of Codec. HANDSOME LAMP with one Powder, Cotno and Bee foryoursolf. 15c D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Will carry a larRcr utook ol Furnlluro of alt klrnb t tits year than ever W'foroaml will v cbcaTtlian nnylxxly Plowt: The Oliver ClillkM, Vulcan, .Silver Steel and Chattanooga and poluU ol all all Malta kinds. Cultivator and Douiilo .sIiom-Ih- , make, the t In tho world. Tanners, call In and get nny thipg you want from a ImtKy down. 1. S. CA Itl'CNTKIt. HcMwitf ully, can of linking HIGGINS & McKINNBY. Doors, Sash and Blinds; body. LOT SALE. On Monday, March 8U1, 1807, wo will sell on tho premises adjoin- -' ing Dr. .1. K VanArsdale'a nnd W. A. Tribble's property, fronting on tho Cut-of- f pike and on Peyton A Hughes' Avenue, a number of residence lots in tho most beautiful locality about tho town of Stanford. d Saul property will bo sold for cash; balance on 6 and 12 months with 0 percent, interest. It will first bo sold in lots and then offered as a whole and tho best price will bo accoptod. ono-thir- 3L."CJ3MC Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Eto. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material atcloser prices than ever. Studing and Joist run through the planer and sized. one side all seasoned stock. Boxing dressed HUGHES 4 PEYTON A.C.SINE, JU-- - - Stanford, tJmwMfmifti Kv. MaasfcaflttWCyrtaftS i& t THEINTER10R JOURNAL! Stanford. Kv., Mar. VIBRATION. Tho student declares that all sound motion, Dut certain vibrations Is but tho-ear-, that strlko on 2, 1897 Tho voice of tho son bird, tho roar of tho ocvn, Tho whlsp'rinjrs of love or the shrlcklncs of fcur, And so tho typnnum'8 a telephones only, To carry tho news to tho Imprisoned W. P. WALTON. X'u.'bUBlioi'srv.ooAoijrao.ii.irrl.a.o.jra That dwell -- AT- J2 IMCHYKAlt Wlieu not wipald IN" V1J VjVMCJG will 1 KT 33. SO charged The pictures upon them to me In my Jail, As I stand at tho bars. In my darkness appealing KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. For a glimpse of the freedom beyond the flash veil. Train leatc Stanford at 7:10 a. tu nd;returm at at 4. S0 tu. We Hunt up our cities or talk with each, other, KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Though distance and ocoan perchance I 37 p m Intervene; .. No. 21 Train golnu North S 1.1 am " The earth has grown smaller, each man Is " No. 34 " 12 01pm " South our brother No.il " l 0VV m " " " No. And Time file defeated Into the unseen. for all I'oliiU. And yet 'tis corrosion, or some generation Of force that Is swift, as the lightning's THIIOVOU TIOKirrS MII.U. sharp glare. llACIUAUi: CUKCKi:i THUOUOIl. We've released In tho form of a rapid I'ur aujr Information enquire o( joi: s. uici:, Agent, Stanford, Kf. ftjktt Smi LOCH TIME CARD. In tho flesh, often weary and lonely, And slKhs for the joys nad tho rest of tho froo. thinker, retentions In his meditation The Declares that the objects wu seem to behold Aro revealed to us only because of vibration. In all of tholr forms and their hues manifold And so then my eyes aro but lenses reveal-In- jr "me." anywhere, for aught I carel 1 Buoar I'll throw her over! St. Aubyn You've said that before, and had to repent in dust nnd ashes, and wear sackcloth, and cat humble pic, and Cecil This tlmo I mean itt (Calls for another brandy, which be swallows at one gulp, torses down tho coin, and exit,) St. Aubyn Poor Cccill Bceno III A secluded walk In a charming garden In tho suburbs. Glimpses of bright toilets to bo seen through the shrubberies; jlstant laughter; strains of dances from Hungarian band; popping of champagno corks, etc., etc. Hon. Cecil Trcvelyan, fierce, gloomy nnd alone, seated out of sight In an arbor near the farther end of the walk; Lilian and Tom Wentworth, entering the walk together, slowly, from beyond the farther end. go to During the Engagement. Aunt Susan What, sitting up writing at this hour? "Yes, nuntic, it's only a little note to Hurry." Aunt Susan Why, Harry only left you Ave minutes ago. Carrie Yes; but there is something I forgot to nsk him, and It's very important. Aunt Susan Yes? Carrlo I asked him if he loved mc, and he said yes, but I forgot to ask him if ho would lovo mo always. Boston iaag3a-ia- L 3 BY UHDGKCAKinG J. C. M'CLARY. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky Transcript. Mr. Oiggs' tailor, "to read about some of the customs of people in Asia." "I suppose so," was tflic reply. "I have just learned that in that part of tho world every man makes it a rule to pay his bills on tho first of each "It's very interesting'," said young Why Ho Marveled. 3 xt Lilian (softly, with a momentary glance round) It's awfully good of you to walk about out here with me, without wanting to know why I asked you to do IU Tom I'd walk about, with you, for hours In the desert of Sahara, If you wanted mo to. (Gently insinuates his hand among the voluminous clouds of n chiffon sleeve.) the Lilian (laughing) Thank you; but I don't like deserts. Tom No more do I. Let's have a pale-gree- Time 1:45 p. m. year." ryir?B?fBgtgigigf;iggrs?.Ei Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet sHHHIIIIIbH BBBaVaWBBl Something new in the realm of Health and Hjgiene It ia for the benefit of every man, woman and child. It is nature's crest helper in the use of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Jlath Folding Cabinet for Homes. A cotnpleto Russian Medicated or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs Treatment by your own flresido at a nominal cost. All physicians endorse it nnd it is now in use in many Hospitals of tho country and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect U . Spidera and Lilian No! oh no! things, I expect; (quickens her pace) the air. And tho thought that conforms to each perhaps it's damp or something. There' a neat a little farther on; we can Bit being and station QUEEN & CRESCENT. Hut finds In the brain an electrlo machine. there, if you like. With its wires responding to every vibraCecil (as they pass the arbor, undei i City a (ullowi: Train u4 tion, his breatbJrThen that girl woa tellNo. t South .... M Wip m No. 2 North. .. ..1 .Vp m Do It holy and winv, be it base and un12 Wi IU " I " . 3 l a in ' No. 3 the fellow! lie's ing the truth! clean. " 6 " ... VI m .11 SI am No. 5 " ...8 00 am And tho "mo" who is thinking who starts taking her arm! " CjOfpm "10 " No. 9 the commotion. Lilian (seats herself with her back ami 10 run no further thin June, o. Is formless and viewless to poor mortal tlon CI If. Alt tr iliii itop there. towards the arbor) Mr. Wentworth, eyei, Though all of my being is thrilled with de- I I er I want you to make love to KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY votion, me? And radiant with light from the throne Vl.VUKUltuKrOWN. Tom (with alacrity) My darling! In the skies. A r. m. m. a. x. L,illan (Imperatively) Hush! Don't r 3") t 2(f 2 And the thinker exploring the realm of (she blushes and looks confused.) I.e. Somrrwjt, Arr 12 Oft I ' Jet Utr. 3S " 0J .US causation fl.Y) 8(U l.r 10 3) IM Arr things we call solid are dead and mean, it's not to bo real, you know. rind 00 " oM 7 34 li " Kninllurt, Inert, Tom Oh! but it is very real, I assure That life Is expressed through the means you. 830 Arr l'arli l.r. 9 M 9U of vibration. Dillr envoi Aundar Lilian I want to explain. There's C I HKItCAW.O. I' A. The forceful, the viewless alone is at some one In thnt arbor work. Perhaps e'en to "me" is a thought of tho Tom (sitting farther off, In some in ii ttleuelt until van Master alarm) Confound the pertonl Who Vibrating forever a thrill from His love hire lenrnnl JincmtnU on is it? Why didn't they keep away? disrules "Wtnger'i .S'xcur 85 7ijii Grwlt J&U7 Who aster. ovor all. without foar or Lilian (with the tips of her daintily-glove- d J'atltrn unci 'uaminteil, Ji It Winger, The vlowle Infinite around and above. fingers on his bond) No, you li, Chicojo Station K. i:. Tarker, In Iloaton Uudget. needn't mind (stops in embarrassment at Tom's astonished look). Your Cousin Minnie ; Tom I don't want to talk about my , In all r.linltJ. dressing-rooCousin Minnie. You don't think I caru ruuiuUubloncor qur Scene I A coally lighted by shudel lumiM. Two for Minnie, do you? s. b. wxvaxjt, girls, in white muslin peignoirs, exchang(K) Cblrago. Lilian (rushing into her subject) ing confidences .over the mysteries of tho But Cecil Trovelyan docs. And ho any evening attach to Time 11MJ p. m. made a perfect bruto of himself about SRHDER tnult ta ormaWa it anna n. of pumpMlnnta (in an tndlRiiantvolcc, tunilnp you, when site danced with you tho T,i.,.i mill anilmlinl Alw ii". .rain arator front t lie mirror, brush In band) There, other night and lie doesn't know I'm U" nii (Sho throws n ratlicr here and I've got on Minnie's dress read tlint! WINOtrl, SiatlQnn, vn.- E.B rrnnijiled letter lnU ber friend's lap.) (contemplates her skirts with satisfacThat's what be thought lit to send wo tion for half a minute). ufter tho dnneel Tom (taking advantage of the pause) Winter's Steel Lilian (comfortably extended in tho It ought to be yoars then; you look llaohanleally depths of n big eimy chair) You've not too charming! cotutrccUvl and ilni'l. Ardl treated bis mLislve with much rowpeot, Lilian Nonsense! And he's In that World't fair I). dearl (ltcadii IU) And I don't think It ploma and MrdaL arbor, apd thinks I'm Minnie, and and UalTantwd deserve any. Tray, why bouldn'tyou so (with a dewpcrate audacity) will Tankt, TUrlator and O Stl fin- dance witli Tom Wentworth? der. K. U. WlWUtCll. you I knood Terrace, Cnlrago. Minnie (brandling vlgorotmly) Tle Tom (beginning to understand, takfact U, I'm gutting tlrcil of Cecil's ing her hatid In both of his, nnd looking jenlotiHieif. If be were a little leu fondly at her downcast eyes) Twill If youll let It stand, darling. Lilian, is Lilian (notto voc) And hadn't such there any reason why It shouldn't be The 2CI"KELL MAGAZINE a nice llitle income? real? wants roo! reliable agents to cmi Minnie Well, his Income isn't any.Lilian (in a breathless voice, quite A very thing agalrmt him, la it? Dut what vas for subscriptions forgetting Cecil Jn the arbor, and'.Min-nlcommUslon will ahould you do? Rood rate of cash and everyone 'else) I perhaps be Kiven. or bicyclo premium. If Lilian (very polemnly) Ho deserve you preferred All material anil sain a bnd punLshlng. pie copiea furnished free. Apply Tom (also forgetting1 Cecil in the arMinnie Of course, he's very fond of bor, at ouco. and, Minnie! and everyone else) me; and with bin "sensitiveness," as (Ue draws Magazine, bo calls It I call it touchiness hemys Tell me. Is there? lps meet, her tohim; thejr etc etc., be can't bear it. Dut I always did like wards 180 Sununur Street, AA lib.) dancing with Tom; and he's my cousin, Ho ton, Mius. Cecil (who ha advanced unnoticed you know, after all. under cover of th3a lender passage) Lilian (pensively, with a smile im of TWIC1S-A-W1SIS- K of a certain pleasing memories) I like danc- When I've settled your scoundrel speak cousin, Minnie, I'll trouble 3ou to ing with Tom Wentworth (a suggest-iv- u a few words to me! piiUM.') and I think be likes dancing (Tom rises angrily. Cecil catches with me. ,Anl Minnie (with a intona- sight of Lilian's tnc& nnd Is struck speechless.) Madame. tion) Oh h? Lilian Kxactly so. (Reflects n HIS "LITTLE FELLER." little.) I've an Inspiration, dearl IXkm Cecil know I've come up to go to the Glorified and Blade Beautiful tho HumYICAK JIOTII garden purty, ble Home. Minnie No. Why? "I happened to bo down in my cellar Lilian (quickly, without explaining) the other morning when the ashman We're just, the same height, and your camo around to collect the ashes," sold l cluMilnir arranreiiifnt We hate made a ami will with the exactly the color of mine, nnd n guntlemnn who resides on Second fur the price nuinnl tu all hair's iwml tlut uvr ami nun our autmrllmra who tll rancw ami par In u.Ithiicc, (after u moment's deliberation) yes nveuuo to a Free Press man. "I was or to all nw iuWrllcni who will ay In ailaiice. that lovely pale green you tdiowetf mo opening a barrel of great red apples at nt fre on Sample tx)pleof tliLs nfternoon would suit mo uncomtho time, nnd when tho big, All subscription under this offer must lo aeiit t monly well aud necessarily untidy man came V. I'. WALTON, fctanford. Mlnnk Hut you're not going to wear back with the empty oah barrel I it, you seel pleked up an apple nnd held It out toLilian Ob, 1 think 1 nm going to ward him, saying as I did so: Mear itl (Kivergvfically draws another " 'Won't you have an apple?' easy chair claso to her own, scats ber "Ho took it eagerly, saying as he did friend decisively in it, and impressive- so: ly details to ber a plan of the war.) " Thank ye, sir; I've a ltttlo fellor at home who'll be tickled to death to git it. o Bceno II Tho smoking lounge of tho fiml something or other In theater. Hon. Cecil Trevclyon, and his I mast always to carry home to lm at the ash barrels W.ILL CURE friend, St. Aubyn. To blase In our lamps or to leap through Jum-tloi. 1 vibration rest In tills romantic-lookin- g arbor. "You don't soy sol" "Yes. And what Btrikes me as the most extraordinary part of it is .that those aro tho people to whom we send missionaries in order to clvilfzo them." Washington Star. No Longer Troubled Her. 'The care of the hand," on id the manicure, "Is a most important thing." "Unquestionably," replied the young woman, demurely. "I'm so glad I've , been relieved of It." "Believed of It!" "Yes. I've given it to a young man who has been after Itfornlmostayear." Chicago Post. A CatsrwauL In the sweet days of honeymoon, With Kate's allurements smitten, I was known, when granted the boon, To call her "llttlo kitten," Dut now my kitten's grown a cat. And cross, Uko other wives; And passing years have shown mo that She surely has nine lives! Dn Note-N- cure for La Grippe, Kheumntism, Neuralgia, ( olds, Skins Diseases, Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidney nnd Liver Troubles, and is Woman's Best Friend After a vapor bath lust befqre going to bed, you wi'l say no other bath is comparable to it. It removes all the effete, pernicious accumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth and glowing, reinvigorating tho whole systom. With ordinary caro 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 seen at Craig & Hocker's and Miss Liccic Bcayzle's 87.2m aWVaaaaaai J. S. HUGHES, SoUtrerr flge rjt. M Do Not SteelTanks with one stone. prettily-appointe- d toilet-table. m -"- -" u,-r- .n. v a0 ob-xu- nl EARN MONEY. good-looki- ng e, posing establishment," remarked the WILLIAM SHELTON. gossipy man who bad just moved In the The Second Session of 1890-9neighborhood. They do thnt, indeed." replied the ON MONDAY, corner grocer; "and my store's the one For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Catathat's mostly been imposed on." logue. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Ldy Phincipal, Stanford, Ky. Washington Star. As to Jagwuy. "You will be surprised to see Jagway in his bathing-suitHe swims anddhes l!ko a fish, and htTcan hold his breath under water a minute und a half." "You astonish mc. I never would II A have believed it possible he could bold that breath of his at all!" Chicago Tribune. The increasing demand for a dally newspaper at a prlco which puts It within tho reach of every person in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. Sho Preferred the New Style. county in Kentucky and has been met by the Lou lie was a gentleman of the old school. isville I'ost. This comsouthern Indiana; nas a plete afternoon dally will special staff correspondent "Permit me," he said. In Washington, and thorsend the Evening Post Then be kissed her hand. every week day in tho ough and reliable men at year to any address, by "Well, say," she exclaimed with some Frankfort. Full market mall, postage paid, for J2. reports, choice mlscel- emphasis, as if something had occurred The Evening Pout Is tho For the nsll brightest and best afterto provoke her, "there's nothing poisonM an a page, ol the ng news. Editorially the noon daily in the South. ous In tho face powder I use." Chicago strongest paper In the Jt prints the full AssoEvening Post. Post. ciated Press dispatches, joum. Noauy pnniea on supplemented by correBend for fine paper. spondence from every sample copy. Address At tar tha Klopoment. Artie Darling, you hnve no Idea how EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. anxious I was while you were comitig CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. dpwn the ropo ladder. I was so afraid you had not fastened it securely above. You needn't have been Susie alarmed, dear. Papa tied the knot for me. Detroit Free Press. Always la Baslaass. Though tho mills of the gods' grind slowly, "It doernot their custom rob; Tls a fact to be pondered drolly That they never loss a Job. 7 The Their Relationship. Bluvvlngtons keep up aery Im- STANFORD FETCHLE OPENED C0LLEG6. President. JANUARY 25TH, 1897. . DAILY PAPER FOR $2.00 YEAR!" '" 8"" n". sport-Editi- on THE Back of My Chicago Record. THE MINISTER'S MISTAKE. The Nickell Km Is the certainty of fulfillment ol 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 time- - ' piece. COURIER (JOURNAL . WAmS) ft a Ti 'IZ -.- . A long-draw- n SISMI-W12ISKL- .Y IMTERIORdOURNAL C'K FOR ONLY nx-cla- $2.50. l, Iff IF ' IM mmm '. jC ' V 1 tj r ,; Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gained the reputation for miles around for best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. THOMAS DALTON. Twlce-a-we- Cmirlcr-Jouriii- B. K. WEAREN & SON -- Courier-Journ- Dealers In- - dust-covere- d COOKE'S Rev. Dr. Choker Ah, what a sweet llttlo girl, and what a pretty dress she has. Will the little pet tell the minister her name? Tho Llttlo Petr Arfer Fwcderwick Wobinson. Harlem Life. Mary's Hair. Mary had a head of hair; Twas raven black, wo'ro told; But blondes became tho fashion. And now 'tis beauteous gold. Chicago News. Would U Farming Implements of all Kinds, Waggons, Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Blackboards, Agents for &c, SARSAPARILLA Km-plr- Vulcan Chilled and Gibbs' Imperial Plows. Opposite the Court-House. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, I'ustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative povvcrs ana when cured it Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F B Twidwell, A Hammond, Hubble. J. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. ir I ' Gwendolyn In cose of a war between St. Aubyn I say, Trev.I Another equal to this big apple. I tell ye the brandy! You don't usunlly go on like little feller's eyes will shine when ho France and England, which side would you bo on? this. What's up? bees it.' Cholly Aw I really believe I should Cecil (gloomily, under his dork musknow haw many times that "I dou't prefer to be on this side. Brooklyn tache) When the girl you're engaged day my thoughts were of that big, to writes to you in this style I (Pulls d fellow, with that apple Life. a rother crumpled letter from his waist- put away so carefully In his pocket for Ho Told the Truth. coat pocket, nnd hands it to his friend.) that 'little fellor Rich Old Maid Do you loe me, HenSt. Aubyn (rending it) Il'm rather "When evening came I thought of the ry? sharp! IJut ou know, Trev. Mlttlo feller' who was on the lookout for Henry (enthusiastically but truthCecil What? father, with tho fully) Love you? Why, my darling, tho big, St. Aubyn Well you are rather er calloused und soiled lrands, but with the lore isn't the name for it. N. Y. Jourer crochety, you know? true heart and the kindly word that nal. Cecil (sardonically) OhI I'm crocth-etmade him n king in the eyes of that 'litWhat They Would 1 nit. am I? Would you like your future tle feller. What do you Cholly Chuiuplelgh wife to flirt with other men? "It must have been n very poor and St. Aubyn Flirt? No. IJut went suppose people will think of you if you humble homo to which the man Cecil But Minnie does: she did flirt at the close of his weary day, but then make me blow out my brains? AH Miss Tights They will think I hnve with that fellow. Her "cousin," in- there was the 'little feller's' presence o deed! Confound him! make beautiful even tho bare walls nnd made a great discovery. N. Y. World. St. Aubyn Well, I shouldn't want to floors and to bring the lovo light to his ..hi iou See the I'olnt? lose ber if I were you. She's a very father's eyes nnd Joy to bis father's I'md 1' -f an t ,ou tell me how old jolly little girl, and awfully pretty, not heart. ' Miss .1 M to mention tho prospects nnd they "These 'little fellers' glorify at. Tl Other One She was quite well count, you know, old fellow! But she's beautify ninny a homo In which povci-tn her last. N. . Journal. when game, nnd If you pull her In too tight abide. P lfimpn nffcctlon em you .will loic her, that's about all. And Thru Her ttoiy I endure toil ml swretlv nnd nnt'-"'i- ' Cecil (furiously) If thnt d d cousin niL's mid "V:..it f tl yon do when he kissed ' tVrei-- n '!' of hers Is at this Idiotic garden party feller' to meet au fe.ocl tho father i youV" nnd she goes en with him when the long day is done." Detroit J "Turned the other cheek, of course." as she did the other evening, she may Free Press. Town Topics. rough-hnndedust-covere- d y, Time 10:45 p. m. night, but it ain't often I git anything Safer. H C RUPLEY THE MERGHART TAILOR Is Receiving his- - 111 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. ! i 1 THE Thoroughbred BLUS-QRA- 93 HERO v- 1 -- ' 1 y Dure: Jersey . S;0 HOBS, 1 v s 31 y breeders were Mccted from tha Inst herds of of tbis fjiuoiu breeU of swlue In lateral Status A 11 ret I spleuiiitl lot of plgaof ilitlertmt uKcsforsale kiws a fl n wmUfr" (tonJeiice sonclte ! saimaciumguarameeu. Address Lorrea- - R. H. BRONATJOH, Crab Orchard, Ky. u5mmimmyra arr3Stayfi m&JtSmuiuEi r iwnittfJii)iWihiiih-M:iir i i n n wiHiniliiiii mi iiiiii nwn iinii if - i mi i n m m i mm iim 'riiiMriiM. .riiiiliiii pa. ill p - miif iinuifcxnytnw iiMMMMfMMnMiiA" riMTHirririvniTirrrr 'liMfclJiMWil'M ayhittapwwi UW'BgftWaMiMMWWWteW jmrnwWiwmnfw MaftpMaJMtafeW :i raylbg Partnership. Struggling Playwright (gleomily) THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! There is no chance for tatent in these days, no chance at all. Stranger That's becauso you don't know how to uso your talents. Go Into - Mar. 2 1S97 Stanford, Ky., partnership with me, and we'll both make fortunes. All you need to do is to play. I'll get it prowrlto a ten-aBusiness Manager, PERSONALITIES. Walton, duced at the Fashion thcaternt my own expense nnd "we'll divide the profits. W. C. Whitney's children, it is said, "Are you the manager of the Fashion AMERI aro still wholly unreconciled to his mar- theater?" riage. "No; I run tho saloon next door." Lord Salisbury turns tho scale nt 252 N. Y. Weekly. A ftl ct ijfall A CROWN LESS KING I Those who attend tho inauguration of President McKinley should go to Wnsh-- i net on over tho picturesque t'hcsaponko & Ohio Railway, as it is the only line combining every essential feature of an attractive tourist route, namely, varied nnd beautiful scenory, historic interest and Buperior track and train service. Trains are run by the block system and aro light ed by electricity, heated with steam and carry through dining cars. The clockwork regularity of Us schedule- and tho perfection of its equipment has mado the 'F. F. V Limited'" tho most famous railroad train of America. For rates and other information address 0 B. Kyan, G. P. A , 0. & 0. Railway, Cincinnati, Ohio. m ponuds. Mr. Gladstone, on tho other hand, weighs less than 117 pounds. in There nro now only two Euglnud. Tlieso surviving of tho bench aro Lord Field and Sir Edward Fry. Two names that recently appeared in tho records of transfers of real estate in Rochester wcro thoso of Educated M. Learned and Christ Amboni. Sigrid Arnoldson recently received from tho Grand Duko of Hcsso tho gold medal for art and roieuco after pinging "Carmen" at tho Darmstadt Court theater. Moro than 80 members of tho Chicago bar aro negroes. Tho first negro to bo admitted to tho bar in tho stato of Illinois was Lloyd G. Whoclor, who was admitted in 1860. M. Francois Coppeo's fondness for cats as pets is bo well known that there was great fitness in placing his namo first upon tho jury of awards at tho recent cat show in Paris. A French Canadian couple, Louis Darwin and his wife, now living in St, Paul, recently colobrated tho eightieth anniversary of their marriage. Tho husband is 107 years of ago, and his wifo is 101. - The Chesapeake & Ohio having been decided on by the State executive republican committee as the official line to carry tho Kentucky delegation to the inauguration, arrangements are being mado by the company to handlo the entire delegation with the same comfort and luxuries as are afforded on all regular C. & O. vestibuled trains. In order to faclliate matters and to form a correct estimate of the number going, you are requested to send in your namo for sleeping car space as early as possible . A round trip rate of one fare 1814.55 from Lexington, Winchester, and Mt, Sterling) and correspondingly low rates from all central Kentucky points has been made for the occasion. Tickets will be on sale March 1st, 2nd and 3rd, good to return March 4th, 5th, tith, 7th and 8th. Two limited vestibuled trains each way dally. Leave Lexington 12:25 a. M., and 8:35 l M., arriving at Washington at G:50 A. M. and 3:40 P. M. next day, from three to five hours quicker than via Cincinnati. For scenic beauty the C. & O. has no equal east of the Rocky mountains. George W. Barney, dlv. pass, agent, Lexington, Ky. Reduced Rates to Wasuington- - Jean de Rcszko, tho famous tenor, is a rich man nnd is said to have mado $05,000 on his racing stable alone last year. His artistic career has been crowned with enough achievements to satisfy any man. Tho lato Judgo Elmer S. Dundy of tho federal court for tho district of Nebraska at one timo had himself carried to court while Buffering with a broken leg to prevent another judgo from trying tho case. President Diaz, sinco his recent fifth inauguration, has been on a tour of tho country. It was n triumphal tour, for everywhere tho popular president was received vrith great act laim by assembled thousands. Tho celebrated Professor Agassiz, when bffered a higher salary if ho would remove to another position than tho ono ho was so laboriously and faithfully filling, replied, "I cannot afford to wasto my timo making money." Mr. Swinburne's mother, who was buried in tho lovely littlo cemetery of Bonchurch recently, was a rery charming and delightful woman. Even at her advanced ago sho was considerably over 80 sho preserved a keen interest in literature and art. Judgo Stephen Neal, who wroto tho fourteenth amendmont to tho constitution, resides in Lebanon, Ind. , and is in his eightieth year. Tho amondmont was written in his offlco at Lebanon and was HE? MP submitted to tho congressional commit-te- o by Congressman Godlovo S. Orth. Wanted, at once, 10 experienced hemp Signor Marconi, whoso uso of tho Have 75 acres to break. breakers electrostatic system in tolegraphy has R. M. West, Hyattsville, Ky. created extraordinary interest in England, is Bomo years under 80. Ho is a typical Italian in appearance. Ho is tho pupil and protege of a prominent Italian electrician and took his invention JtOUTE. to England to sell it there. BREAKER; "BIG 4'.' The Ik-s- t Line toand From TOLEDO AMD DETROIT All Points In Michigan. FOREIGN STAGE GLINTS. I t Spiridon Xyndas, tho Greek dramatic composer, has died at tho ago of 81. CHICAGO. Francisquo Sarcey, tho Parisian crit- - "While City ic, participated in a recent cab accident, 1 ernilnal Station. but escaped injury. LOUIS. Stanislaus Rzowuski has written a Avoiding tho Tunnel new play, "Lo Fils do l'Esclave," for tho Paris Bodiniere. BOSTON. Tho famous Parisinn Cafo Chat Noir Wagner .Sleeping Cars. will bo closed, it is said, at tho expiraYORK, tion of tho present lease. Liu Met I'arlor Can, Waxnrr Sleeping Cars, I'rivat Tho profits of tho Comedio Francniso n cWliei and Compartment Cars, in 1800 were 500,000 francs. A socie-tair- o i Cars share is now worth 24,000 francs. He suro your tickets read la "IHO KOUIt " M. Barbot, tho operatic tenor who I). It. MAUTIN, E O. McCOHMICK. I'assonijeriTrafflo Mr., lcn. Vxm. A Tkt Agt. originated tho titlo part in Gounod's CINCINNATI, OHIO "Faust," has died in Franco nt tho ago of 72. of tho ParM. Halanzler, BO YEARS is Opera, under whoso direction tho presEXPERIENCE. ent houso was opened in 1875, has died, aged 78 years. Sarah Bernhardt has a new play adapted from tho Euglish by Eugene Maraud and Marcel Schwob for production next season. TRADE MARKS, Hauptmann's last play, "Dio DE8IQNS, COPYRIGHTS Ac. 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Inventor's Manual, a book containing cost ot patents, mode ol procedure, etc., and otherlnformatlon, sent for He stamp. OurlUt of patents wanted, for vhlchlarpe rams of money are o ire red, sent with the Manual, free. We find purchasers for patents procured through our agency. Branch offices in all the principal cities and In all foreign countries. THE WORLD'S PROCflESS, B01-50- 7 Mo O. J. IlAILEY, Manager, PLUM ST., CINCINNATI, O sure to mention thit paptr. A Distinguishing Mark. A certain farmer, who is by no means noted for his resemblance to ApoUo, It is convenient for housekeepers to has n son of seven who possesses more know that ono quart of wheat Hour is wit than pedigree. One day n Btranger almost exactly a ixmud. cams to the farm, nnd, seeing the lad, A league for tho elimination of forasked: eign words from the French language "Sonny, where'syour father?" has been formed in Paris. was the reply. "In the There aro living nt present 14 gentletho ThanUsl" "In And, as the man moved in the direc- men who havo occupied the josition of mayor of Bradford, England. tion indicated, tho boy shouted: Tho namo "barleycorn," in long I eayl You'll know him, 'cause he's measure, aroso from the uso of this got a hatonl" grain as a measure of distance, Groat Scene. Tho total membership of tho Boys' Author I've got a scene in this play brigado for tho United Kingdom is that will catch the audience great. 35,000 lods, with 2,800 officers. Manager What is it? Marquises como next after tho oldest Author It'B vhro the leading man correa a red turkey In full view of sous of dukes and aro succeeded by the oldest sons of dukes not of the blood everybody. Manager I don't see anything funny royal. Tho comptroller of her majesty's about that. Author Yes; but ho don't know a household n uks next after tho treasurer and is succeeded by tho master of the thing about carving. Buffalo Times, horse. A rlL After the great court functionaries I find a frlnd whose words iccre wise, rank dukes of tho blood royal, and nft-Whose floods were always grand. And who. It sacmed to me, had been dukes tho oldest sons of dukes of the For aortM great purpose, planned. blood royal. But, 00 a day ha fell In love. Whoroat his wisdom fled Tho Saxon titlo of aldcnnnn was, It Alas for all the foolish things is said, changed into tho more modern That then fro did and said title of earl by William I shortly after Cleveland Leader. tho conquest. Agreed with film. To display a crest on stationery and "It's shocking." said the thoughtful plato in England costs each family a man, "to contemplate the extent to tax of a guinea a year. About 40,000 which money is used in politics." peoplo pay it. "That's true, my young frieud," reTho average wage of tho average barjoined Senator Sorghum, with gTeat maid, plus board mid lodging, may bo feeling. "The way these hang out for big prices when there's n set down as varying from 8 to 10 shilvote to be delivered is nothing short of lings per week. of Prussia, tho EmThe scandalous." Washington Star. press Frederick, draws from the English Unconscious Flattery. treasury as a British princess tho sum She It's no use, Mr. Slimly; in my of $40,000 every year. present &tntc of mind I would not acTitian was tho greatest Venetian cept tho most attractive mun in the painter, tho chief of a long line of imiworld. RaphHo No, 1 Bee you won't; but, at any tators. Art critics rank him with ael and Correggio, a prince of tho art. rate, you .will hare the satisfaction of Mosaic floors, laid with small pieces knowing that he has offered himself. of different colored stones set in reguN. Y. Tribune, lar patterns, were known to tho EgypConclnslre Proof. tians 2U00 B. C. Li Babylon floors of Bob Acres Why, Pat, Irelond must this kind dated from 1100 B. C. be a very dirty place to live in. I'm Tho Euglish Derby is a raco which told the pigs actually sleep in the house nearly always falls to a titled iwrnou-agwith the inhabitants! Daring tho last 20 yeura only fivo Pat Murphy Shure, an' doesn't that gentlemen without "handles" to their prove how clane It Is, cf tho very pigs names have carried off tho coveted iwizc. is fit to slapo with ? N. Y. Truth. of tho fruit of a heavily If Why lie Did ft. laden tree Is removed by picking, tho BoggM Old Friend Great heavens, remaiudcr will bo of hotter quality and man! Do 1 find you reduced to play- also produco as many bushels as though ing a cornet on the street corner to all of tho fruit had remained on tho make a living? tree. Boggtt I ain't doing this to make a Tho estate of Vaturino, tho old hisliving. My wife won't Jet me practice torical residence of Mazeppo, tho n in tba house. N. Y. Tribune, of tho Ukraine Cossacks, In the government of Kiev, ouco famous for Aim Right. its beauty and splendor, has now fallen "Aim hlffhl" tho poets say we must; "Aim at the mnrkl" say I; into ruin ami decay. If you would ucrutch your nose, don't Farriers in Saxony aro compelled to thrust pass a public examination ere they aro Your finger In your eye. U A. W. Bulletin. permitted to work nt tho hnsinis. Thoy must understand the care and A TICKLISH POINT. treatment of hom'S or they will not be tho animals. licensed to In Canada no campaign buttons, ribbons or badges cim bo worn between nomination and tolling day. Tho carrying of Hags as a party liadgo is also forbidden. Tho itenalty in a fine of 100 or three months in prison, or both. The Japaneo religion demands that a man must worship "on the soil" every day. Princes aud rich men evade this by sprinkling a littlo dirt in ono corner of a room, sometimes on a square of cement mado for tho pnrjtose. The term "garroters" was employed to designuto thieves who half htrTtngled their victims in dark streets and lanes in tho suburbs of Loudon aud other large towns sonio 80 or 40 years ago. Miko Oi sny, if a man is born in Tho word is derived from tho "garroto," France, he's a Frinchmnn. a Spanish instrument used for stranPat Suro an' if n cat had kittens in gling criminals. an oven, would you call them biscuits? Probably tho oldest timber in tho St, Paul's. world is found in tho ancient temples of Egypt, in connection with stone, To Itejccted Lovcri. work which is known to bo at least Cheer up nnd try another bout Don't think this freeze will last; 4,000 years old This, tho only wood Full many n mnrblo heart turned out used in the construction of tho temples, To ho a plaster cast. is in tho form of ties, holding tho end Chicago Becord. of ono stem to another. Contradictory. In Paris tho nut ocar is rapidly takiug Mrs. Tenspot (reading) a place for business purjtoseH. Tho Mag-asi- n Crlspl, of Italy, is taking a course of du Louvre which is iu Paris pracmud baths near Padua. tically equivalent to Whiteley's estabe Mr. Tenspot Why, I read lishment in London after experiment that he was out of politics. N. with a motor driven parcel van, has Y. World. decided to adopt a speciid form of par-codelivery van profiled byitotroleum Sure, Wat Not Qnlte motive power and has ordered 18 of "Has your husband the thefeo autocars to bo built for them. fad?" inquired the caller. "Well," replied young Mrs. Torkins Tho following nro tho most famous doubtfully; "he usually helps take up gold nuggets of Victoria: Tho DaKcomb the contribution in our church." nugget, found Jiumnry, 18C2, weighing Washington Star. 27 itouuds; a second nugget, found September, 1852, weighing 26 pounds, preAll Mixed tip. Manager What's the row in the sented to tho quion; a third nugget, found October, 1852, weighing 47 freak tent? Super Tho jawless mnn has asked pounds; tho Sarah Sands nugget, found tho armless lady's hand in marriage, Jan. 1, 1858, weighing 131 iionnds; the Blanche Barkly nugget, found Aug. 27, und the legless man is making n kick. 1S57, weighing 145 itonnds. Town Topics. Though most great captains aud warWonderrul Child. riors have made their reputations be"That is your daughter, 1 suppose?" fore reaching tho ago of 50, there aro "Yes, and a wonderful child sheisl" homo who did their best work at a much "Itcally! How is that?" greater ago. Tho most striking instance "Sho is already six years old and of this is, perhaps, that of Enrico doesn't play the piano." Comic Home eleeted dogo of Venice in 1 102, at Journal. the ago of 82. Iu tho following years ho attacked and conquered Triest, tho IoNot Entirely Left. Lady (engaging help) Single or nian islands and Constantinople. In 1204, being then 04 years of age, ho married? Servants-Sing- le, mum; but I've 'ad took Constautinoplo by storm, himself leuding the attack. chances. N. Y. Journal. pig-pen- ," pig-pen- ? Tit-Bit- s. er I word-workers ss e. to FACTS IN A FEW LINES. me," don't like a friendmandomineer over with the pasaid tho young tient disposition. When tho phuiot Mars is nearest tho "Who has been doing that?" earth, it is 80,000,000 miles away. Ho borrowed my "My roommnte. To put in position 1,000 clapboards evening clothes." requires tho uso of about 18 pounds of "That's a good deal of n liberty." sixpenny nuils. "I didn't mind it. But when he asked To nail on 1,000 feet of covering for my umbrella, I told htm I might boards demands tho uso of 20 pounds of want to use it myself. But he got It just oightpcuuy nails. the ame." An aero of good fishing ground will "How?" yield more food in week than an aero "He simply stood on his dignity nnd of laud in 12 months. said: 'All rlglft; havo your own way A "carat" as a weight for gold and about it. They're your clothes that I'm diamonds was originally a grain of In- trying to keep from getting spoiled; t.ot mine.' " Washington Star. dian wheat well dried. MI 11 High Handed. John R. McLean's Great Newspaper, Without a single exception, there beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Hnquircr ; or a more successful publisher than its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. prices for the Daily The Enquirer have been maintained, and its circulation largely increased each year; hard times and cheaper journals failing to arrest its onward inarch and high appreciation of the public for its true worth nnd merit. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at 50 cents a year, and its circulation increased by the addition of over 300,000 new subscribers; the most substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire. When asked for the secret of such success, Mr. McLean frankly answers: The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons, it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader is old-tim- e Wlte tludgc Mrs. lUurtout Why do you suppose the judgo refused lo grant us n charter for our new secret society? Her Husband Did you swear that certain (tortious of your work were to be secret? Mrs. Ulurtout-Certainl- y. Her Husband Then he didn't want to mnke nny of yon liable for perjury. Philadelphia North American. Itranonable. jir. Bickers Tho newspapers y tell the story of a man who chnrges nnothcr man with running away with his wife and $23 of his money. Mrs. Bickers I suppose tho Injured husband wants the man nrrcnted nnd punished. Hy Mr. Bickers No; he only wants his may form his own opinions. money back. Town Topics. maintaining the price of the iajcr, more news and greater variety can be Ills Waterloo. Ito saw tho smoko of battle curl afar and furnished, and every class of business never quailed; He faced the lire of cannon with a henrt interests catered to, which a cheaper that never fnllcd; But terror swept him In a tldo that cour- journal cannot afford. age could not stem The very liberal support given the When he had to face the furnace smoke Enquirer by the public at large, makes and ftru at six a. in. Washington Stnr. it incumbent upon the rnanagemenl Weil rmerted Ilread. to serve it faithfully with zeal and enMr. ncllows Oh, v ife, thee look like the biscuits my mother baked 10 year terprise in minor matters as well .11 those of greater magnitude. ngo. Mrs. Bellows (greatly delighted) I'm so gladl Mr. Bellows (biting one) And, by George, 1 believe they are the same to-dahlb-cult- s. N. Y. Tribune. ono-ha- lf Make a UlfTrrenrn. John, tho baby's Mntcrfamillaa swallow til a nickel. Paterfamilias O. well. It won't hurt him. NASHVILLC, TENN. "I was mistaken, John. It was a $10 gold piece." OFFICIALLY KKi'KKSKNTS "Heavens! Telephone for the doctor United Confederate Veterans, quick!" N. Y. Herald. United Daughters of the Confederacy, Humility Not Nrgotiable. Her Adorer Of course I renllze that The Sons, and o'.htr Crjianlzations. I am unworthy of your daughter. llcr Fathor Young mini, humility Lt.00i ywr. Strr;. S.tIm. may win a girl's love, but it will never S. A. CUNNINGHAM. get you credit nt the butcher's and bak. "! er's. You can't have my daughter. :t ' veil . C'nl .N. Y. Workh llcnty of Mrs. McSwellem 1 should think you tlwan to would lavv more drluk the way you do. 'm Mr. Mc9wellem dear? I'm sho full self r'spcet m' dear, that I enter every shloon by bnck door. N. Y. Weekly. VvVeteran. f. T- -o rcl. t Tat (ielf-Ilrapc- self-respe- Sclf-r'spec- t, f3KERf? GQ2nlLP72 000mimmomm het-ma- you'll ilVv Judgo What's the charge? L Officer Pickin the pockets of a lady's bloomers. Judge (whose wife wears 'em, sotto voce) Say, prisoner, I'll let you off If WIL3UR R. SMITH, PRESIDENT. how to do It. N. Y. Jour-mitell After Information. .ttJCKY UrVvncITv. ue l. LEXINGTON, 100 KY. The Jest Is meet, not meat. It should, to bo good fun. Ho Juicy, 'tis true, hut furthermore. Raro and still wull done. The .Irtt. rtciercnco em!in HnUI and Award ri-ar. Ietrott Journal. not vi:itv ni:ati.v tut. li h vfY l ("7 1 A ksH ; V 1 l 1 Tr 1 ,jL4CLL l s. World' Diploma of L.ipoUlon tor llootc krrplnc.rtc. A Thorough. Influential and Honored C'ollrc-r- . Hundred! ot tiudcnli iu attendance Iron) 3) itW. lii pirn Dutlnru Courw roniliU of Ilutlnru Arithmetic, lnmnitilp, Commercial MrrchandlMnK. Ilauklng. Joint Mtork, Manufacturing, lecture, lluiinrai l'ractlco. Mercantile Curreaixindence, etc. Coat of full llualnraa Citune, Includlnc Tuition, stationery and Hoard la a ulco family, about toe. Telegraphy Nhartnaml. TypewrHln and teeei.,a and are aperlnltlrai nave room. and can be taken alouocrltti the Uutl-u- r special department for ladle. Nlluatlona. Tlie demand fur our graduate In different department ot tula I'ollrco tiai exceeded Itftiupplv, Islington, 1(7.. the location nf Prof. Hmllh'a College, in noted for Ita liealthfulneeit and Ono rtlmtte ha S riiurche and II bank, .ccrra-Ibl- e br It many railroad. No tnralluu. Knternow. Orariuatedsuccru-fil- l Kor circular nddrcaa Ita 1'rraldrnt, Book-kerpln- m nnk. tt !.. crx-ct- four. WILBUR R.SMITH, Loxington. Ky. ySMO(Nl!M0INlOIMlM D) He I . THE POPULAR Your face reminds me of old times. She Sir!!! Can't Sltico now tho seven-stor- y hat No longer Is tho rage, There In no further need at all To elevato the stage. Chicago Journal. Had Itevrrtcd the Kutlo. y. Y. Truth. So It Without. N O mm mmuwmmmm ri)ivWiaii siiKiii:iiTTIIy raaWiMaJafljL MOM fD MOMMOIN101N1 m er eome-wher- ls Llteunit Have you ever seen "Ten Nights in a Barroom?" 1 ice it's coming to town. Old Soak Ten nights In a barroom? That's nothing. I've been in ten barrooms in one night. X. Y. World. Kitftlly MO(MOuwV7( m NJMOMSTr. off w i OMOIN1M m 1 aaaW buttou-col-lectin- g IteroTcrrd. side- Sin. I had u to-da- terrible fall ou tho walk I He No! Did you lose your feet? SIil Why, of course not. Here they are. 1 only lost my dignity and my breath. Detroit Free Press. Why She Wuntrri to Know. Miss Caustio Did Jack kiss you? Miss Antique No. Why? Miss Caustic Ho looks ns if he had done, something' ho was ashamed ot. Tow Topics. 11 M MMM rviOi 0MM0 LYV IMU OKI MM mm M l om omNJn MO f ifSy(N) OLN1 (! OKI Mm OMOMOINIOtNl M0MOMM0I M O.l'.A., I11AXK A Conclusive Dan-dol- o, "I ate more mince pie an' turkey than you did," boasted one boy. "Xo, you didn't. I ate the most." "Let's tell our dreams and tee." Washington Star. Had tho Losing i:nd. Tct. mm mm J. Jtr.KIi, (MM (o)ffcj ChlriiKo. ffVIOl 1. T. A., K. II. UACON, Louisville). OMMOM0IMMON1(S) MMOMOMMOiMOINl . I "I was up to see Ilumpton this afterthink noon. Be is a badly broken man." of aome Wanted-- An Idea Woo can (Iniple "Consumption?" toiDgioraienir your ldeal they may "yo, went wrong on wheat," De- ProtectJulia tvcuubiiuun.i et In Patent Attor- wrue .is., Waahlmton, li. C. fur their i.fiuu tirlto orxer ceyi. troit Free Press. t and list of two hundred luTentloua wanted. I h,,t . 5 THE INTERIORUOURNAL Stanford, Kv., K C. Danks has lino mantel clocks. Danks for Sterling silver sjxwns. I New Mackerel and white tlsh. & McKlnnoy. m Hlg-gln- s Mar. rough lumber and shingles as low ns anybody. A. C. Sine. 2, 1897 m m m will sell Gi:nuink II111 onions and Hill onion sets for seed. Iliggins A: McKinney. Tiikrb Is talk of Mr. W. L. McCarty, of Klngsvlllo, making tho race for representative. He would be a good man. m m Walton, JJuhinuss Manamimi. Stknooraphy and typewriting done correctly and reasonably at tho Intkr- ior Journal oiilce. Tin: Klngsvlllo plkohas been thrown Yon should take your prescriptions to Penny's drug store where prompt ami ac- open by order of tho directors until It can be worked on and improved. curate service In guaranteed Sili:ni)H) selection of new spring and summer goods. Call and see them. PERSONALS. Rest grades tho market alTords. II. C. Ki'il Encjixman, of Lexington, is Rupley. m tailing relative here. mi. 1 m . 1.. vS Look Hkkk. You can buy your OUR friend, Col. D. U. Howard, of corn, hay, oats (seed or feed), cow feed Lebanon, seems to have struck it rich. and the best and choajcst coal, nut and While ho was keeping the Alum lump, at Noel it Son's. Springs in Boyle county in 1889, he had . . as u boarder, Miss Kato L. Cook, of Last Call. You must pay your 1800 tax on or before March 10th, 1897, or Syracuse, N. Y. She made her will while there, naming tho colonel as exIkj Mrs. Viikjkly.n Martin left Thurs- your property will C. advertised. T. ecutor. She recently died ut Rowling D. Newland, S. L. day to join her husband, V. V. Martin, Green and it Is said left a large estate at Niagara Falls, N. V. Wovkn wire and oak picket fence, to Miss Pauline Pope, of Chicago. The . Mrs. W. J. HouaN, of UryantHvllle, the most economical fence in the mar- will has just been probated at Rowling is with her mother, Mrs. Eliza llaugli-ma- ket. I am selling it at about cost of Green and Col. Howard will see after who continues very ill. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. the estate at once. CARI.. HaNHKR and family lmvo movMr. John E. Wright, tho monuon the Halls Gap pike The ed to Louisville, where they will live ment man of Danville, has contracted torndown by tho midnight raiders are In the future. London Echo. still open, the president informing us Mr. Roy Hosk, of Hustonvllle, Is with the family to put a handsome sjHjndlng a few days with Mr. I). Casey monument over tho grave of the late that ue can get no one to keep them. . A. K. Denny. This is a beautiful state of affairs to be Allln. HarrodBburg Democrat. otf by a few marauders. An Mrs. Taylor Hohkrts and little Gkkmans Coming.--WLandgralT scared nieco, Miss Ethel Hrady, sjvent several tells us armed guard should be placed at the that ho Is In receipt of letters days with relatives here this week. from Germany saying that six or seven gates and toll collected till the road is Miss Dora Hauoiiman has gone to families are preparing to sail for this made free by law. Mrs. Withers has D.mvlllo to see her sister, Mrs. Montie country and locate in the Oltenheim left the Lancaster pike gate and Wm. Wilder, an soldier, who Fox, who Iiuh returned from Atlanta. colony. says he can't be bluffed,' has been enMr. J. E. Carson, who has leon at Nkv Stori:. W. W. Withers will gaged by President Vundoveer us keei-othe Joseph Price Infirmary for a month, 0en a furniture store at Hustonvllle went home Saturday feeling like a new this week with II. R. Camnitzas manman. Circuit Court. There were six ager and he will aUo conduct his underMrs. W.M. V. Hays, after a visit to taking business. This makes four stores speeches In the Brooks ease for tho her slstor, Mrs. Walter Houzloy, has that our enterprising young townsman murder of Novels, ranging from one to returned to Stanford. Lancaster two or three hours and all are said to now has. have been good, that of Casper C WilMr. A. Uriiansky, of Louisville, is TUB Racculaureato sermon for the liams, Esq., of Mt. Vernon, for the in Owensboro, and it is understood will Stanford Colored Public School will bo prosecution, being especially so. In open a dry goods store. Louisville preached Sunday afternoon, March 14, fact there are those who say they havo by I to v. J. W. Stanton at tho Post. never heard a stronger effort In this or The commencement exer- uny other court-housMr. and Mrs. Wm. Gooch were It was late Satcalled to Lexington Friday by the se- cises will bo held at tho 0era Houbo urday afternoon before tho case wus rious Injury of Mrs. Gooch 'smother by the evening of the 10th. given to tho jury and It being unable a fall. Yatis. The Hiawatha, Kus., World to ugree after an hour's consultation, MR. H. H. Hamm, one of Kockcas-tlopublishes a good picture of the late Dr. they wero hold till yesterday. This is cleverest gentlemen, was hero Lee Roy Yates, and several columns of tho second trial of the case within Friday. He was the guest of his friend, high eulogy of his worth as a man and thrco months, tho first jury standing 10 Mr. J. C. McClary. of his services for the Union in tho civil for murder, one for acquittal and one MR. K. G. Wam.kr, of Lebanon war. He died of pneumonia and was for a ienitentlary term. Junction, was here Friday. Ho told us nearly CO years old, having been born Yesterday morning, the jury reportthat his wife, who has been very sick, in this county May 4, 1837. ed that they hud agreed and their ver was improving slowly. dict of 21 years was read. Brooks didn't Mkssrs. J. A. Hhaklky and Robert IT was rojortod that Squlro A. G. seem to be affected at all, not a muscle Kmbry, of Lancaster, attended the Cal. Faulkner, a member of tho ilscal court, of his face seeming to relax. It Is un e was one of the mob that tore down tho cdonian entertainment at the derstood that on the first ballot 10 of near town the other night,by tho jury wero for murder, nine believ Saturday night. Mrs. V. S. HoruNi:, of Somerset, thoto who claimed to have recognized ing that tho death penalty ought to be was called to the bedside of her father, his voice. He heard of it and came to indicted. All, however, finally came Mr. J. C. Hill, who Is very sick with this otlleo to brand tho alligation as a to the two who stood out for 2L years, lie and tho alligator as a liar. and in doing so they did well. It ends heart trouble and dropsy. Cait. Pun. Prici: Is visiting rela- March 13. Tho date for tho meeting a very costly case and gives Brooks the tives at Lynchburg, Va., and Capt. I. benefit of any doubt that a heavier pun G. Wilholm, of the Main Line, is run- of tho Democratic County Committee ishment would have been too severe. has been Kbtoned otio week and the ning on the If. C. in his place. The condemned is a remarkablv tall members of It are requested to bo in man, being about 0 feet high. He is conTin: Cincinnati Post of Sunday Stanford at 10 a. M., Saturday, March tained a handsome picture of Miss Clis-sl- o 13. The candidates for tho various not over 'M but has been married three times, the last time about eight months Daughman, sister of Miss Delra county otllces will be on hand at P.M., ago to Mrs. Noll, tho widow of u brothUaughiuau, also an unusually pretty same date. J. E. Carson, ehm'n. er of tho late warden of the Frankfort woman. Mrs. Mary Howm an was called to Stealing Coal. Charlie Dawson, a penitentiary. He has three children St. Joe, Mo., by the illness of Mrs. J. Negro youth, was arrested and placed and sho three. His lawyers will move for a now trial. W. McAHstor's child. Miss Virginia in jail oy (.onstanlc Kenediet and othTho case of R. F. Campbell for shootand Horaeo Howmau arc at Mr. ers Friday for stealing coal from a ing his wife was culled and a jury qualRe Id's. freight train. He had thrown oil six ified, but on the account of an absent RoiiKRT Farris, who made so many or eight bushels before tho ollicer witness was continued till next term. warm friends during his stay here as a caught him. Ho gave bond a few hours Some time ago a doctor gave Hon. student of Lexington Huslness College, after his incarceration and tho grand Harvey Helm a prescription for aquurt has completed the course and returned jury will take cognizance of his cae. of whisky. H got half of it from G. to his homo at Stanford. Herald. 9 Cait. II. C. Eaton, of Lebanon Tin: Caledonians as usual had a big L. Penny and paid for it. Afterwards he Junction, brought his son Frank here crowd to enjoy their program Saturday got the other half, paying for It. The yesterday to see Dr. Peyton. Tho lit- night, even if some wero kept away by grand jury indicted Penny, charging tle fellow got badly burned while shoot- the rcort that the court would use the that he had no right to sell the last ing lirecrackers Christmas and has room. All the orformors wero ap- pint. Tho cuso was submitted to Col. since been in a bud condition. plauded and the debaters highly com- T. P. Hill, as special judge, Judge Mr. J. K. Murray, advance agent plimented for their elTorts. Tho ques- Sautley being Penny's futher-ln-laEastern "Fabt Mail" Co., was here yes- tion whether a lawyer should defend and ho decided in Penny's favor. In terday preparing for tho coming of his a person ho knows to bo guilty was order to test tho question as to whethshow next Monday night, 8th, and the decided in favor of tho atllrmatlvo by er u prescription covers such a case, town Is blossoming out In beautiful bills Judges J. T. Sharrard, Redell Chan- Mr. Owsley will have It passed on by the court of appeals. It took Col. Hill in description of It. It Is going to bo a cellor and Joe F. Waters. so don't miss It. two days to decldo tho question, at hummer, The great scenic production, Lincoln least un order was mado allowing him J. Carter's "Fast Mail" Co., which ap- for two days' services, $14. HOME NEWS, s pears at Walton's Opera House MonRobert Stephenson was placed on Fishing tackle at W. U. McRob- - day evening, Sth, has played all over trial yesterday morning for shooting tho U. S. for tho past three years. It James Nowlaud, another Negro, with erts.' Is unnecessary to dwell upon Its merits, him a dunce intent to kill. He Fast Mail Walton's Opera House sulllco it to say that for this season it at Mary Rico's lastshot with ut45 pistol. fall u March 8. has new scenery and mechanical Tho ball entered his abdomen, passed that surpass all previous ef- clear through his body und came out at Fogs for hatching. Ulaek Minorca. forts. Tho present season Mr. Carter tho back, cutting holes in the messen J.C. McClary. has six comjMinles our in this coun- tary and Intestines. Theso were taken I will sell you best quality steel try and two In England. out by Drs. O'Bannon, Doorea and rooting nearly as cheap as you can buy RRYANT. Tho Liberty, Mo., Ad- Edmlstou, washed in u tub of washingles. A. C. Sine. vance of the 20 th contains n notice of ter, returned to their pluco and tho T. J. Hatohkr says tho republican tho death of Mrs. J. M. Bryant, widow wound sewed up. Strango to Bay ho party has stolon his sign and ho Is go- of tho luto Lewis II. Bryant, aged 118 lived und yesterduy was on tho witness years. Sho was born In this county stund to testify ngulnst hla antagonist, ing to indict it, if It la not returned. " und her maiden namo was Jemima M. looking none the worse from hla experJust to Think. Sauer Kraut, Cab Roberts. Sho was married to Mr. Bry ience. bage, Potatoes, Ueans, Hominy, Grits ant July 8, 1847. Of tho marriage wero Tho testimony was very colliding bo and ull kinds of good things ut Warren born 10 children, l.'l of whom grew to tho jury ucqultted. & Shanks'. J. L. Bcazloy is acting us deputy manhood and womanhood. Eleven sons corn, and daughters now survlvo their par- sheriff. FOR Sale. Coal, Gcorgo Welch, for detaining Esther hay, millet, straw, ship stulT, oats, Ac. ents. Mrs. Bryant died as sho had livRico, ulso colored, was on trial yester, ed, In tho firm hope of a blissful hereunomur tuiumih o. Seo prices in day afternoon. after. Mr. Bryant died in 1885. Baughman & Co. n, X. II. MclvlNNKY Is attending a dental college in Louisville. MHH. Eihiak Nr.viL'H went down to Marion Saturday to visit relatives. MlKH Maiiki. HoIIahds, of Hauibal, Mo., has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Glvons. Tin: "Economical Club" will meet with Mrs. II. J. .MoUoborts from li to f Thursday afternoon. Jamkh L. Shannon, of San Francisco, is visiting his brother, J. A. Shannon, in the Mast Hnd. Hl.KDHOi: llAlLEY was taken sick and had to come homo from the business College at Lexington. I)l. suit, on well Improved Stanford property. Call ntolllco. The Real Estuto Exchange, Stanford, ICy. in.. To Loan. $1,000 In sums to m m CABr.Y county republicans will hold now My. their primary Saturday and from until then the fur will scores of candidates. There are Notick. John II. Woner it Co., are is well set in grass; has a splendid apple oragents for the Little Wonder combinchard of lnO bearing fruit tras. This farm ' is a lwrtion of the Ureenberm Bright farm. Salk of a Church. Auctioneer II. ed anvil, vise, drill and pipe clamp. Seo Will rent prualely, but if not rented before T. Rush cried tho sale of Rush Rranch them at Rruce's livery stable. County Court day, March 8, 18!7, will on church Saturday afternoon, when the that day rent it at public auction at the building and 1!J acres of laud was' Spring Is hero and we are ready to Mir. furil, Court house in Stanford show the following now spring goods: bought by J. X. Menefeo and Frank '.formation, apply to the Penangs, Ginghams. Wash Goods. OrJCKAL JiSTATJi EXCIIASGE, Iloltzolaw for S28.". Tho new Stanford, Ky. church beyond Walnut Flat gandies. Come and sou them: Severance it Son. bought tho pulpit and seats for i'M. A Nice Home For Eous. Severance Lincoln Is now without a county sive egg dealers, evenitIfSon are extenthey do call it judge and will be until the loth, when I desire to ell privately the theirside lino. They have bought and frame dwelling in Middlebuifr, formerly the magistrates will proceed to elect. sold since Thursday 500 dozen. The owned nnd occupied by Jno W. Wilcher, In tho meantime, tho nearest justice ruling price is 8K containing llvo big roo'ms nnd many mod-cAbsolutely Pure. acts. W. L. Dawson, who will hold court conveniences. There nre nil next Monday. He says the republican The cold wave scheduled for Friday lipaltlifulne-- for threat leavening ntrentli and ry outhouse", all in good repair, necessaCclclirated and an AMiri'tlie foot! ngalnst members of the court have promised to came on time and sent the mercury allf.ininol adulteration wi common In alum and excellent small orchard and good well. tho cheap Write me for further particulars. oleet him judge, so we shall have a down to 15 degress, besides bringing brands. lioVAL ISaki.vo Powdkk Co., Now York. JAMES W. McWHORTER, democrat in any event, for if they fail with it a pretty heavy snow. Since 91 lm Middleburg, Casey Co . Ky. to do so it will be a tlo which the dem- then It has moderated slowly. y ocratic sherill will break after the 10th it will be threatening, with rain or ballot. snow, colder. ! ! ;, Hebron-Methodist pOYAl FOB, RENT. A Farm of iOG Acres, of uhich 40 acres are to be cultivated in corn. The remainder &AKIHI3 POWDER t. !! Sale. y two-stor- m m m To-da- Town Lots For Sale. CANDY KITCHEN I ojTcr for mb' primttly four in Miller Addition to Stanford, con-taini- . . m m ii toll-gat- Town Lot one on corner Ixjan .si mi tic and Ijancanter rtreet, Six Acres, good born, crib, cittern and tenants' room and mil stocked in fruit and ornamental trees; an uniinprored lot adjoining it, containing nearly Tivo Acres, one fronting Miller street, containing Four Acres; one on The entertainment to be given by and One Hood 7iitley Avenue of One Acre the V. A. M:'s at the College chapel The Six and Four-Acr- e Lots can be diFriday night will consist of vocal and vided. instrumental music, charades, statue If not sold beore March 13, 18.97, Saturposing and other interesting featucs, day, they wdl on thalday be sold pub. licly in front of the court house door. program of which will be out chunged the date for sale of lota udver- tised elsewhere in this issue to Saturday Murch 13 at 2 p. m., in front of tho court house door. At the same time she will tell a valuable law library and a safe, new and in good condition. Mrs. Kate P. Miller, usext'x. has I have opened up a Candy Manufactory on Lancaster Street nnd can supply FRESHgCANDY Of Many Varieties nnd Superior Excellency every day Mr W Curtis Egbert, an experienced maker, is in charge and gnarantecs satisfaction. Give us a call 91-- tf J. A STEPHENSON. FOR SALE. I dcaire to sell ray Millinery Store nd Location. Only Millinery itore in town. Any one tletirlutr: same would find It to their interest to apply at once. Tor jurtlcuNrs addrro, 83-.MISS CALVEUT, Junction City. Ky. tf to-la- The admission will be 25 cents and every body is invited to come and help a good cause. ... of unwill be given at Wal- MRS KATE P MILLER, Extx of W. II. Miller. March 8th. A production m. r. He-cor- d. Court-Hous- o. e. usual magnitude ton's Oj)era House next Monday night, Lincoln J. Carter's supurb scenic melodrama, Tho Fast Mull." As Its name Indicates, It deals largely with the railroad and its incidents, und presents un abundance of effects that are daring in magnitude and admirable in their execution. Tho steamboat is said to be a wonder of clever conception and masterly mechanical work, and tho railroad scene, with its trains going at a terrific rate of sieed, makes the stage Beem like a piece of reality. The Niagara Falls scene is beautiful, and It may safely be said Is more elaborate than anything of the kind ever before in this city. There is a multitude of minor effects that contribute to make the performance u revelation of rculism. IIUSTONVILLE MINSTRELS. A mMmMMmmMwmmmMm m k m Si m ; GENTS! You are invtted to inspect our brand l as Mmi, H jjK nov I 1-11115 n ui sit rains : D-,t- rl s 2 ' vis These are from the best manufacturers in the country Fit and work- mnnship can not be exco led. See the new Plaids, Checks and Stripes. S You are invited to inspect our new line large n Court-Hous- toll-gat- m m 1 Fo-rest- us crowd witnessed the performance given by the Hustonvllle Minstrel Co. at that place Friday evening und enjoyed n clean, show from beginning to end. Thefirst part embraced many new features of modern minstrelsy, the vocal and instruments music was excellent, the "gags" wero new, tho dancing was good, while the farces were well presented und exceedingly funny. For a show consisting exclusively of home talent it was a remark-nbl- o success und the boys who took p.irtare to bo congratulated. About $45 was realized which will go to tho Presbyterian church which is behind with Its splendid pastor, Rev. W. W. Bruce. The weather prevented a number from attending from this place, but the following young people braved the cold, snowy night and were well repaid: Misses Clara und Opheliu Lackey, Nettie und Georgia Wray, Mary Elkln, Edna Courts, Bessie Richards, Sue Rout und Mrs. J. II. Yeugor, and Drs. A. S. Price, W. R. Penny, and Messrs. Jesse D. Wearen, Rowan Sauf-leHarry C. Baughman, W. S. Kmbry, George Farris, Jack Rout, W. W. Withers and Carroll Bailey. Gen. Hoi-acPorter has issued an order that "full dress" for both ladies and gentlemen will be considered most for tho inauguration ball. first-elasB y, e 11807 MATS ?gj ! S tjij I Crushers, Pashas, Alpines and Stiff Hats, in Black and Rrown, Cuban Hats in Mode, lllack, Ulue and Brown. We will take pleasure in showing these goods. -- SEVERANCE : & SOA.if- - A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each flO's Worth of Goods. We havo just opened a large and comprehensive stock of GVEN AWAY &0. Side-Boards, I Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, imiO-A-BKA- Tho ladies nre especially invited to see our now lino of I)inin Tab res Rockers, Enameled Heds, Easles, Pictures, Ac Picture Frames made to order. Work and price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches. Mirrors and Window Shades J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lancaster, Ky. ILfiHii.. We havo added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock of Genoral Merchandise and are now prepared to m m Any thing you want from an everyday, suit to a wedding outfit For certain reasons I have to reoffer my Our stock of now proporty for sale to tho highest biu-de at tho on Monday March 8, 1897, county court day". It is located on Wliitlitv Ave nlmnl KiVI Houto is new- - Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Qucenswaro, Ac, was never more complete. yards from the ly pninieu ami contains Uirco rooms, lias verandah, lattice porch, water, hen house, fonl and MllnWd.linilsn (1:1 irv Imrn will. room for four horses, buggy, 60 barrels of corn. siacK oi nay, oarnyard nnd garden. All well fenced. Lot fruit trees boariiiK, 04 O. 0. WITHERS, Stanford. cr House and Lot For Sale. Court-Hous- Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, JFARRtS St court-hous- HARDIN, Walton's Opera House. MONDAY LINCOLN There Are Four Kinds of Druggists evening, Mar. 8th Ton Sets of Special Scenery. Flight of tho Fast Mail. by Moon light, with Boiling Mist. Working Knglne.and 14 Freight Cara with illuminated caboose. Tho Dago Dive Realistic Kiver Scene and Steamboat Explosion, and other Startling Effects. March S, 1897. ts m J. CARTER'S GRAND SCENIC Prnctical In the world and you'll find them in every town in the country. 1. Tho druggist who sells "cheap" drugs only. 2. The druggist'who sells some good drugs and some 'cheap" ones, 3. Tho druggist who sells nothing but good drugs and charges only what they're worth. 1 Tho so called exclusive druggist who sells good drugs generally, and never forgets to load them down with exorbitant prices. We boloug to tho third kind. Our Ipriecs and goods nro right, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. THE GREAT BJsTnESS TRAINING SCHOOLX3F.THBSOUTH. T THE FAST MAIL. I ArrlfffiutHuXpS'ArrMand' - corn-cho- p, H.- Prices, 25c, 50c and 75c. Reserved Seats on Sale at W. B. McRoberts' Drug Store. (Ajm0GlJ:d0WrM.fiiZE. rTr2S3m ilhZ7?AJt..(GZ2.,'s 2," " Wuwwm or cmouati BECOKMENDtO BY THE hpicing ri wsmoi, UAOma EUSINESS MEN t .! i . -J ' 4 ..- -.. . ,.o. w lH04mmmmem&mmmimKml imwnimmnapmfi k I Have Just mm shoes of Children. 1 ! Most Comfortable, Most Stylish, Most Durable, The Cheapest. Received the Largest Shipment of the Above Goods Ever Offered the Public Here. For Comfort, Style, Durability and Price THESE SHOES ARE UNPARALLELED By any line of Shoes. They are Made of the Finest Leather Tanned by the Most Refined Processes and They Are Sewed With Silk, Every Single Pair, Skilled Artists and Made by the Very Best of From Beginning to End. They are designed by the MostMy Workmen. Spring Line Zeigler's Fine Goods Contains a Full Run of Sizes, Qualities, Shades and Styles, in both Oxfords and Shoes for Ladies and A in Has Also Been Just Received. The Public is Cordially Invited to CallNot. and See My Complete Stock Whether They Desire to Purchase or f TKlEZJXr W. H. SHANKS, STANFORD. PLEASE STANFORD, KY. rates. All kinds of rep tiring done it ressonsble guaranteed. Upholstering specialty. Satlsf.ctloo NOTICE.--- I Buy for CASH and Sell For CASH. TO W. H. S. MONEY H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. Town Property LOAN I Informa-tlonSun-for- Middlebiirg, Casey Co, FOR 1 offer for : SALE. In Lon- L. AN. don Laurel county. situation for manufacturing . good wUlngj containing 9 .ere; Louse, birn and other necessary socked In fruit and ornaments! trees and veil luannfacturing establish-- " plenty water to run For further Ky. Town lropcrty ule privately 100 yrds Ky., 'fe'?E(Yntlon, FOR SALE ilarch r f 8th, County Court day, and If net sola will then self to the lifgliwt Mddei on built, premises. Said property Isono of the best best arranged lwirj! '? tno lost J. 8). Me.iA Stanford. Ky. 1 will offer at private sale my House and Lot on Urn-ttia- n Main street, occupying tho square with the C .""' church In Stanford, ky , from n STORE ROM :R,:s2srT. for WALTON. P. Apply to On Main Street, Stanford, W. FIRST NATIONAL SANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock $100,000.2 thU Surplus 515,750. Attention of the public Is railed to the fact that Un-ll the only Natloual Rank In Stanford. alloual Bank Act the provisions ol the depositor are aecured not only by the capital stock, an am. wit but by the stock holders' liability forthis Instituiual tn the stock, no that depositors of secured by a fund ol JAU.uW. Hve sworu tion are the Rank nUteaiontsof the condition ot (iorernmentare made and its eu j ear to the Unite States examined at stated times by government .isseta are , thus securing additional and perfect aatety 1 uji-uta- posit Rank of Stanford in 1SV, then reorganized na the National Hank of Stanford In J8M and again reorganized as tbe First National Hank of Stanford had in lbai ha years.practically an uninterrupted with It is better supplied now M lacilitica for transacting business promptly nil liberally than ever before In lu long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, tirms .and Individuals solicited. exist-4-nc-f- "luUinstitutlon, originally established as the De- DtHBCTORS. J. W. Hayden, Stanford Lincoln Co.? .H. aughuuu, " Harris, JJT. Hocker, " T.p. Hill. I ' W. A. Trlbble, JC L.TanueV,MeKinner. J.H. O.lller.Crab Orch'dj M. J. Miller, Mt.ernon. Kliuoro, Stanford. The Baptists at Grove are preparing to build a church. In Lincoln connty, Ky., at 6 per cent, sera annual Kentucky. IancaHter, Interest; no commission charged. Address UhO. John Fredrick, chairman of the board W. DAVY, Room 17, Kenyon building, Lonlsvllle,, of trusteed of the public school at Ky. For blank applications and further Inquire of J. N Saunders, Attorney, Grove, has closed the doors of the Ky. school-housand refuses to ullow tho Sunday school to meot therein, and there is a decided prospect for war out there. SINGLETON Much sympathy is felt for the family of .Mr. W. I. Gann on account of tho death of little Kate, which occurred some 10 days ago. She was an unusualwith P. and ly bright Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. evorybody.little girl two aoffavorite the family The oest salve in the world for cuts,, bruise Only Is a candidate for Awustornf IJnmln county, subrheum, fever sorwi. tetter, chap- A. 8. PRICE, ject to the action of the democratic party. Office on Lancaster street at Residence. were able to attend the burial. There xirm, ulcers. fait ped hand, chilblains corns and all skin eruptions. in It positively cure ill-- s or no pay required. It is are yet several cases of measles Surgeon giurajieoi to give ticci sausuciion cr money retown and It seems that the disease has funded. Trici 25 cents per box. For sale by V. 11. SAMUEL 31. OWENS Dentist, McRoberts, Druggist. 1WBH come to stay. Is a candidate lor sherttTof Uncoln county, subject to theactluu of the democratic party. Stanford Ky. A. W. Humphrey and W. R. CorThe, Trite Itemed!. W. 31 Repine editor Tiskllwa. III . "Chief," niest, candidates for sherilT, have comranch Coal and will I am still Agent for Falls navs. "We nu't keep houm without I)r King's Omouover SIcIUiWU' Iirug Store In tlui:0ler keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you can get bined and Combest is to be sherlll and New iiooYcry lurloti.umptloii, loiit'hsatid lulils lliilldlng. EMMETT .MctORMACK as you want at the lowest possible prices for such got the was thought Lxerlmenttl with many others, but never Discovituro Humphrey deputy. It Cash. Office uext door V. W. Withers' r Is a candidate for Amesmiruf I.lnmln county, sub. true reme.lv until o usi-- Or. King's New Store. remedy ran take its place In our that J. J. Elliott had a cinch on the ery. Noas other we action ot the ilemoorallc party. Your J. U. HIOOINS, Proprietor, 10 LOAN, :c, Ject to the earmntly solicited. In It home, bate a certain and sure cure for upjiori Is nomination and this combination was tough, Odd, Whoop lig Tough, etc " It Is Idlo W. T. SAUNDLRS, Manager, It other remedies, even If they aro Rowland, Ky. mado to defeat him. Things are said to fxirrliiiciil 37 urged on you as Jut a gml as Ur King's New M. F. ELKIN to bo getting pretty warm in the ranks lllstxiverr. They aro nut u gil. bjcativi this remMoney to loan nn Improved city pniierty or probetide. Is guaranteed. of has Is not out- edynevera record to cures and Trial bottles free at ductive farms In Stanford and Lincoln county nl Is a catidlilate for .m-m- t of Uncoln nmnty, sub. of the g. o. p., though It satisfy fulls It 6 ier cent . pajablc N)mAuiiuaIly Alo I wll Ject tu the action of tho democratic artv. care how fierce the W. II. McltoUrta' Urug More fight and we don't furnish bonds for public or cor)irallou olliclaltt Kxerutors, AdmlnUlratorsor (liurdlatis at battle Is among themselves. Am agent for four of the lsl I'lre InFree 1'ilh surance ComiMille doing buslnes In Kentucky und JOE T. EMI1RY Written on AUJ'Classes of ProperGeorge Austin, who Is wanted in Lin Send vim r mid re. to II li. Ilurktcn A Co.. Chi solicit iatroiiago of holders In Stanford. coln for selling whisky, was arrested at cago, and get a free sample Uix of Or, King's New Rate same as other comimnles lining hunlne here. Is a candidate for AsM.orof Umiiln Tiimir .nl,. ty in the Best of Companies. uf their merA trial l.ue iv,i.i..iLK !.. v.n.u.v, Agt. Ject to the action of the democratic urt, and Mr. Fred Delks last week by his cous- its. 1'IIls. pills are wlU'convlnce Jon aro lurtlcu-larlThi-- o rany In action and uhn ,our iuiHri. etlecthe In the cure of coiistipati'iii and Mck once to in, Jell Austin, who started at Headache lor Malaria ami Liter troubles they Clothing Gentlemen's SHELBY & SHELBY, the capital of Lincoln with his game, have Ik'H proved invaluable, They are guaranteed C. G. BAKER Uy from uvcrr deleterious to Made to Measure but on arriving auMt. Salem, George andlielo lie purelyI'reuvegetable They do notsubstauco weaken .........l'roprlotors la a candidate for AsMmor of Lincoln county, g'viug tone to stomacho From the most attractive lines ol samples to bo gave him tho dodge and has since made by their action, but by to the action of the democratic party and bowel greatly invigorate the system. Think, found My system or measurement guarantees n himself scarce hereabout. Austin used lar sl iVi per box Sold by V 11. McRoberts, LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE lug thtiivjutherii end of the county Is entitled to a Why exierimenl iierfect lit In eery department. slice of tho pie, he asks your suprt. with ameteurs when you cau le protected In every to give this county much trouble when Dru; gliU. particular by leaving your measurement with me ? Junction. City, ICy. and has 6orvcd I am also he lived at Yosemlte, DAXGKHS OF THE Gltll. Turnouts, prompt attention, etr several terms in tho county jail. He Is The greatest danger from La (Jrippe is reaoiiabIo rates A jmrtloii uf your patrunagu IJ WILLIAM 2tt ORELANO IS resjiectfully solicited. result If Agent For the Lexington thought to be as ouery a cuss as ever of its caru is ug in pneumonia nil reasonIs a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln, subject to danger used, however, the action of the democratic jiaity. He kindly asks cursed this part of tho American con- able Laundry. Steam your sup)rt. Among the tens of will he tinent and the scarcer he makes him- thousandsavoided. All work guaranteed. who have used this remedy for better pleased lit grippe, we huvo yet to leant of atiing o self In these parts the SAW W. 9IENEPEE case hiving resulted in pneumonia, which TIN IID SHEET IBOM WOKKS, the people will be. JES8E D. WEAKEN. Is a candidate for.Shcrlir of Lincoln county, sub. Is a The streams hereabout were terribly shows conclusively that this remedy Ject to the action of the democratic party. STANFORD, KY., swollen by tho heavy rain and Incalcu- certain preventive of that dread disease It will effect a permanent cure in less Sole proprietor uf Dean's lllark Diamond Iloof Co. lable damage was done fencing and time than any other treatment. The 25 Paint. IJitlmates jurnlshed for painting wo.hI, Johm II. Castlkiun. Farmers A. O, LaMiAU. land along their respective courses. and 60 cent sizes for sale by i nig ib Hock- metal and iron roofs. Satisfaction uuarauteed All KY. OF STANFORD, roots painted with Dean's lack diamond I'aiut Indian Creek was higher than over be- er Druggists warranted for years. Dealer In liest Cistern 1'umps (ialvanixeil Iron Kilters, (laivaulxed and Illack and $200,000.00 fore and it will take considerable time Paid up Capital, Iron RooOngof all kind. PKOVI CRIPPLE OKEEK. to repair tho damage done. Tho water 17,603 80 Surplus, After lliu hitr Urn in Cripple Greek, I was a foot deep In Mr. Brlco Edwards' ! INSURANCE COMPANY Uy provisions of its charter, depositors are a yard and he and Aunt Betsy had to to took a very sevore cold and tried ninny fully protected as are depositors In National Ranks, remedies without help, the colli only he All persons desiring Ixxmst Cost for plank fence, Its shareholders being held individually liable to carried to higher ground on horseback coining initio settled. Alter using three post and railing or wire fence can 11ml what they the extent of the amount of their stock therein at hamborlniii's oiikIi want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike par value theruuf, iu addition to the amount in- at 1 A. M. John Spears loft his wagon on small hottlus of OF LIVERPOOL. the leading from Orchard to Stanford I also Remedy, both the cold and coul'Ii vested In such shares. It may act as executor, adthe bank of the creek and wasawakened and iu this high 'atituiioit takes u left me. keep on hand Crab a supply of plank fur feueititf All ministrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an Individual. merito kinds of lumber for building purpooex; also boards Tendering our thanks to those who have entrust- by the noise of tho water and putting his rious cough remedy to do any good. U. and shingles. All persons desiring any article of ed their business to us, we trust they will continue to do so, and weoifer as a guarantee fur prompt at- head out of the window, saw It iloat oil It Henderson, editor Daily Advertiser. mis emit can can on me at my store near Cedar BBRBEE & CHSTLEMSS. S3 O, W. 8IMJI.KTON Creek. tention to same our 20 years' experience In bank- und turning to his brother, he said, For sale by rig & HocKur, Druggists. ing and as liberal Bccommodatlous as are consistent MANAOKI, with sound banking. "There by h l my wagon is gone." ON IMPROVED FARMS d, dr. w. s. punrr, e, Wiimf Tho House coramitteo on banking bos decided to report favorably tho bill to MllS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . incorporate tho International AmeriUndortQkor, Bank. Among the incorporators can t Huatonvillo, - - - Kentucky. aro Cornelius Bliss and P. D. Armour. It is to have a capital stock of 13,000,. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Offi rs his MTvlcr 000 and may have not more than eight uf West Uncoln I'orierg and Cwiy rouutins, lo the ..iilr Cutfinsand Cak Ublo. Ererythlng lull sunk of branches in tho United States besides meet all trains. rts alwayion hand. 60 It. S, CaririiU-rManager. Vi others in Central and South America and the West Indies. GARJLAND Swanto Palm, Swedish vice consul at Is arandldatefor Superintendent of Public Schools Austin, Tex., has given tho University Write for oe of my Urga ratalogu that will ot Muculn county, subject to the action uf the . ocratlc party. of Texas, a library of i",000 volumes, give you a full drxriptlnn of about Sou great I hate la Ontrsl Kentucky fur sale. valued at $100,000. O. W. LVNK, Rsul KftTATK Aiikmt, Offioo with JwMimloe Journal, Nlrhotasvllle, Ky. HOLDA3I Ilucklin't Arnica &n(v. Mason Hotel J. T. first-class. SUTTON, , LAND FOR SALE. K-iu- bar-gsd- J. COAL I 11 11 E" n m. Fire Insurance nmsoii-abletatr- s. pni-rt- at-e- y sul-ie- ct Flrst-Cl- a J.T.Jones, 1 1 21-- tf Bank&Trast NOTICE ,I I. DIKECTORS. 1 OPFICXRS. S Hocker, President; J. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A, MiKlnnoy, Aastsunt Cashier. VAHTED-A- N IDEAffiSSffiS rUe offer. JiOittTA OO.TWtent Attorneys. J. a, tot t)wU f t.800 Washing. J, J. Williams, Mi. Vernon; Vf. 1L Cummins, Preachersvllle: J. S Owsley, Sr.. J. I). Owsley, WiUtam tioocu, S. II. Shanks, H. J. Kiubry, J. F. Cash, A. W. Carpenter; J. E. Lynn, J. N. Menefee. orricaxs. S. H. Shanks. President; J. li. Owsley, Cashier; W. M. Bright, Sterling Edmunds was Indicted on three counts for conspiracy to loot tho German National Bank at Louisville and ho was arrested in St. Louis and brought back to answer the charge. A mother and child died of starvaTeller. tion near Clarksville, Tenn. KIIEUMAT1SM QUI KLY CURED. After having been conlltied to the house for eleven days and pacing out $25. in doctor hills without benefit, .Mr Frank Do son of .ault rite Marie, .Mich, was cured by one bottle of Chamberlain's Puiu llalni costing -- 5 cents and has not since been troubled with that complaint. For sule by Craig .V Ilocwer, Druggists. NOEL & SON, Commerce .luilding, Louis vilff. Agents Throughout the South. DEKLERS IN COHL, Order i)et Stanford; - - Kentuclcy. Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately Offloe and Kued Kxchange, uuur the Railroad Crossing, Streyt, Satisfaction guaranteed. Corn it nd Hay, J. W. A. TXIZBBLX, Local Agent, . Hlgghis', Stanford, - - . JTtf KentuckvJ I tmxictr'TniJii- - t . - . Ji A 1. . -- Um, . ... ii.