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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897030501 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. t SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. RELIGIOUS. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., LANCASTER. s i Fill DAY. MARGE 5. 1897. NO. 2 W contaluedadouble-coluiibutcher cattle at il.UO. ribune sold to cut of tho individual mentioned below, John A. Wood, of Garrard, Morris Farrls 55 bushels of clover seed, which causes Laurie Blakely to enter delivered at 4. George Cogar sold to this protest: Tho Commonwealth is prepared for Farrls A; Whitley 1,000 bushels of shelled corn at 28c at tho depot. Far- anything from tho Commercial Tribune, but when it prints a cut of u handrls & Whitley bought privately at some young man with eagle eyes hulf Monday 7(1 extra GOO to 4c. They ulso bought scared out'u his head aud palms It olT cattlo at as W. P. Walton, of tho Interior of A. G. Whitley 00 picked mules out of his lot of 75 at $30 and will Journal, tho time has como for tho feed them. W. 13. Wood, of Camden, bitterness of kicking to pass. CovingAla., who has handled 150 mules and ton Commonwealth. horses for Farrls & Whitley, writes Tho Grand Array is dying at the rato that tho season there is closing ex- of 100 a day. Every 15 minutes of tho at $iJ5 24 hours tho iluul tap sounds for some tremely dull, good mules soiling But all the to $40. Farrls A: Whitley bought 200 ono who woro the biuo. same the pensiou roll Is increasing, Bhoats at iio. Advocate. Dogs killed several line sheop for II. DwIkIiI L. Mwotly, tlie emit oviuitfts-lla- t, in holding forth in Music Hull, C. Arnold last Sunday. Capt. Mlko Salter has returned from Cincinnati, to packed audiences. Tho Wayne county, where ho has been on choir 1ms 1,000 Hinders. Hov. It. H. Mahony will preach at t'uty In the revenue service for two I'rciichoi-HvlllSaturday and Sunday. months. Klder Georgo W. Gowcn's subject at I). ltockfcllcr, who has already John tho Christian church Sunday forenoon Hlveii S,000,000 to the Unlvcrrtlty of tvfllll... , it. .i.i ., .1111,4111 imjjui iiooux Chicago has promised to give 810,000,-00- 0 ......,, the Plan of Salvation." tnoro in installment. Tho hemp combine wan broken hero n a Tho Hev. Hnos .Johnson, and candidate for county as- on Tuesday. II. A. II. Marksbury minister sessor in Harlan,' was arrested on tho bought ilOO.OOO pounds of hemp from charge of stealing money from hishost. Capt. I. M. Dunn, Mori and Geo. RobDr. Lyman Ahbott is a very jjood au- inson and others of tho Hryantsvllle vithority on the Hlblo, but tho layman cinity at W.25 per hundred. The comwas represented hero, but their will continue to swallow the Jonah and bine oirerings woro too low and they were tho whale story, with the whale, Jonah, knocked out. It was tho largest deal the swallow and all. of the season and tho farmers are grab-llleKid. J. T. Sharrard will preach at the to know that they may yet receive Christian church Sunday morning on Personal Relation to Missions." a fair valuation for their produce. "Our It would ta wise for some democrats At night tho "Young Peoples' Socie7 to to commit David 13. IJIU'h expressions ty" will hold mi open session from 8 o'clock. An attractive program has to memory, especially tho following: been arranged and all are cordially In- "Conservatism must take tho place of radicalism," and, "one issue did not vited to bo present. give the democratic party birth and Dr. J. S. Coleman Is 70 years old. years, one Issue can not destroy it." If those He has Ik'oii In tho ministry 1,711! jwrsons, organized principles are adhered to we can elect hasbtiptUed and district n churches, aided liiordaUig H preach- county an issue withollicers. Wo should ignore which suchofllcers ers and dedicated 01 houws of worship, will have nothing to do. Tho leaders lie has always lived in tho Green ltlver should Insist on drawing the lines dissection, and took charge of his present tinctly and avoid any act or word that Hecordor. pastorate In 1iij. Htiptlet has the semblance of a swap, a trade or a surrender of one Inch of ground, FARM AND" TRADE, for any purpoo, lost it works mischief to rent It. L and defeat. I'M acres blue-graOnly one bid was laid before the White. O. 1. HiiMiiiiiti taught of John M. board of city council on Monday night, to light the city by electricity G. M. Hill three fat heifers utile. e T. Deck sold to C Vann.v 13 PatUnxm oil orwt to furnish 10 power are lights and 1.1. 25 canHho.it s of (10 pounds at ?2 otich. Tho American trotter, Ciov. Hnulluy, dle jKiwer InrtUMleMMnl light at S7.V) is winning nicus at St. l'otorsburg, ,xr year for 10 years. The bid was acltussia. cepted on a close cull, the vote being Northern seed onts, clover, timothy three for and three against, when Majat 11. IC. W'oaren or It. Klnnaird settled the mutter by and & Son's. voting In tho utltrinutive. Those voting William Austin bought hi Uockoas-tk- - In tho negative claimed that the bid county a hunch of hulors mid was low and that a bond should be put at 2fc to ille. up by iliu bidder to Insure the enforceM. S. Huughmun sold to Loo Thomas, ment of the contrarl. Tho profits will of Lexington, a sorrel gelding by Uo. be derived from lights funiNhed to Dictator for12fi. store ami residences. It is thought s. II. Shanks sold a mall lot of corn that Uie plant will bo in working order which Is the higha-- l in about throe months, when the citithis week at $1. hns buun paid in thld section. zens of Lancaster will enjoy a price that d The horse nuu.oii Is moil at hand. improvement. Ailv.r(.l.u now and let the brooders Tho fiscal court received the report have time to consider your horse's ped- of the turnpike commissioners last igree. Monday and they wore discharged, afWayne Will have 10 I and ter which the court adjournud to meet county cattle for sale tho lfith. next Tuesday. So what will be done and tfood colors. J. F. Cook, in the matter Is not yet known, but the Itowlaiid. opinion is given that this court will not WANTIU). Five Durham bulls and purchase the roads. Some ojijohj the three Jersey heifers. Olvo full de- purchase on the ground that oven if scription and lowest cah price. J. F. they could levy 25 cents on each $100 Cook. 1 lowland. worth of property and Issue bonds payJ. H. Sowdors, as agunt for Miss able In 12 years, tho county would bo Urlclit. runted her fiirmZof lf0 in debt Wild every year for tho 12 years, a to near Hubble, to Joshlln A: Miller the revenue falling that fur short of the fjr&ftO. Tho farm Is unimproved. cost of the roads and the expense of Calvin Cariwnter, of Ilustonvllle, running them. They report that the hold to Leo Thomas, of Lexington, a roads should cost $.'12,570 and tho recombined gelding for i"0. W. M. pairs 0,000 per annum, or nearly $05 Dodd sold to same party a gelding for Kir mile, there being U.J miles. Add 41 11 were ."00 cat to this $750 supervisor's salary, per Tlie Itoglstor says there tle on tho market Monday and all sold cent for collecting, $2,751 to tho sinking fund each yuar to Niy bonds and other hv '2 o'clock at prices ranging from MX) expenses and wo have a total of $11,(12S to ille. Wagers A: Cohen sold 20 pound cattle at 3.S and U calves at annual oxhjiisos. Tho taxable proper JSDtl was SI.KIti.MK) and taking 914. Carlthers .t Heard taught four ty in that as a basis the levy would only raise mulcH at 70 to iW. Wilkes. W. It. McKean's $11,01)2, leaving a debt on the county Jersev great stallion, only brought il,07. at after levying the tax 12 years. This the Terro Haute, Ind.. horse sale. He burden will not likely be placed on the cost $10,000 only a few years ago. Tho people and there is opposition to buying one road at a time. There seems famous brood mare, Kva, who iinMlucud foals that sold for 10,000, only to be no tatter way to deal equitably three with all ).irties than to let the matter brought WOO. Sho is 18 years old. Mr. Josh Jones, of Lincoln county, rest where It is, or legislate so as to was In this county again the week past, raise tho money by a jioll tax In order to equalize tho burden. It is feared by buying cattle. Ho bought about (10 of Nowoll llros., paying il to some that the people will make raids the gates and destroy ilc for them. Ho calls them extra on not likely to occur. them, but this is good cattle, and Bays ho always gives good prices for l'ulaskl stock. Senior-Hi- t Col. W. T. Havens, of tho Mt. SterParagon. t, who has for ling W. K. Muncey & Co. bought and years called tho editor of this paper shlpiwd 1,500 dozou eggs Monday. Z. general for a reason that wo do not reG. Cobb had eight mules jwlsoned last call, Is moved to say: week. W heat sold at 07 cents and corn Tho Stanford Journal, editor, Gen. at $1.10 at Fort Estill this week. G. W. P. Walton, has been sued for pubW. Nantz sold his farm of 100 acres lishing a news item aud the damage near Paint Lick to A. U. Kstridge for has Ik'oii laid at $5,000. That plalntltl 35,500. Richmond Climax. d is a shrub and ought to J. C. Johnson taught of Farrls it be heavily lined for annoying the genof hogs, to go tho d Whitley a eral. of April, for .'lie A. G. Whitlast half Last Sunday's Cincinnati Commercial-Tley bought of J. C. Johnson 45 oxtra o fppw 'ri jit A w m(k i 9& .; II .01 ': I CLOSE PBICES I I :, Falls ilranch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds oo'd lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. at the c. fol- 1 1 5:8 Mi well-know- I m rKv QROVUK CLEVKIUJin WILLIAM M'KIXLET. I Coal Frorr; 7c to 11 l-2- SPWT .j At house, with one cent ndded for delivery inside town limits. Torn from ilO to 35c per bushel. Oata from 30" to :15c per bushel. Hay, 40 toGOc per 100 pounds. Millet, 5c pur 100 lbs Straw, 30c per 100 lbs. Shlpstuir, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. C5c per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands. Ca 1 and see us hefoie buying. I if g 'IT J. H. BAUGHMAN To irs St CO. ? d THB OUTGOING. THE INTCOiVIING. THE NEW CABINET. THE WHGN : BAND PLAYED ON (T 1 1 SjW 4.. . xd Iff wik-"?7- irj. 5S X. V'HAT A FINE LINE ss 1,200-candl- Spring Goods We nre getting in tlie Illuo-(Jnissseo- d tur Nobbiest And i Neatest Suits And Fit Like Tailor Made for Only 10. been an Equal. -- ', much-neede- There has never ed Neckwear, Shirts, ln rSTF-7F and Hats All the Latest and Most Stylish. Lu-oI- Ih T0U tffll?) 5) GMT AFF To Jliss our Line to be in Style. J7l. srrrmm r-?- r ? F30HMAN&CO.,J)ANVILLE, Kentucky, (yttg 1 MATRIMONIAL. The chaperone of an Iowa skating party ran away from tho party and married the wildest young man in the crowd Women In Rurmah propose to men whom they seek Injmarriage, and when they tiro ofjthomja dlvorcejcan bo had for tho asking. Before Mr. and Mrs. William Irving were married.. at Columbia, Mo., tho promgroom uiado the ise at tho ultar that she would never wear bloomers or ride a bicycle. Tho marriage of Mr. Bruce Miller, of the Bourbon News, and Miss Jessie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hughes, will take place at thoChrlstlan-churctho 4th. This will bo the birthday of tho bride and tho anniversary of tho marriage of her parents. They will go on a trip to Washington. Paris Kon-tucklan. VICINITY NEWS. James Doziers, aged l(5, Fox-town, Sentinel-Democra- 75 acre of rier well watered, lino liody ol tlmlf-rcutting Buster Fife. liottom. In fino condition foranyklnd offarmlnit cash In acre, Mrs. Mlchcal Taylor, of Casey, died prodmti I'rice 818 peryears. hand, balance In and 2 of measles at the age of .'JO. She was 150 acre. Rood ImproTeme Ms Xo. 3. the daughter of Judge J. M. Tilford excellent Gintaln rlno apple orchard, nice location water, ery productive, about 5 miles from Stanlord. and leaves six small children. l'rlw 83,000. Mlllersburg College was bought at Situated In Lincoln county and contains tho sale Monday by Dr. Mac Miller for DJ No. 4. all of which Is tine, productlro river liotacres, under $7,005. Dr. C. Popo will fill tho session tom with splendid liuproemeuti, ulland will good pro. fence, plenty of never falllnij water out and may be engaged for next ses- duce tine hemp, tobacco and corn. Trice $2,700; , one-thir- d died at Madison county, Sunday. JOURNAL kJTJILDING: Republicans in Madison will hold a No. 5. Situated jut outside PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. splendid turnpike and between of city limits on a primary May 8th for county otllces. town and splendid ilnellliii?, luru and all necessary outbuildAlex Mills, a wealthy Knox county Kami N'o. 1. Situated lit Lincoln comity, Ky., ings, ample water for Inith domestic aud stock farmer, beat his wife almost to death near Dlx ltlvc, oontalnliu ill) acres, with a Hue, high Tills farm is all under good fence and in a state of cultivation, In fact Its producing quallarge brick dolllii, two gntd liarn, all nectwMiry with a jMikcr. oiitliuililltiK, all unilcr good fence; tine orchanl of ities aro first clxv and secoud to none in the conn pliout 350 tree niaile to the city, Walter Flake, of Cleveland, O., was selection of acclimated from a careful and prudenta ty; In addition to this it is contiguous close to the in which Is a hlcvdug lu the way of lieing varieties. Tliin l.irin caught In a cave-I- n of slate at Mingo high statu of cultivation and will produco in quali- Ono educational and religious facilities. Price half cash, balance in l aud 2 years. ty and quantity thai of any farm in Lincoln counmines and killed. ty. I'rico 10 er acre; terms eaay. No. 7 Nor Crab Orchard, containing I35 acres, n well Improved lu etery particular and nicely locaDeputy Circuit Clerk Charles No. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., conted. Trice SIC per acre; terms liberal. was held over at Richmond for taining 300 actvt well Improved, all under fence, No. 23, Contains 400 acres, fine brick REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. INTERIOR J-" S0WDEflNAe. toll-gat- pur-(HI- 1 JIO,-00- 0, Ray-bur- two-stor- y dwelling with 1 sweet-scente- car-loa- fltia stall-fe- d m liar-rodsbu- rg 700-pou- Soap Is made from sunflower seed in Sixiknno county, Wash. One acre of land will yield 2,500 pounds of seeds, and from these 800 ounds of oil can bo extracted. When this oil Is refined it is worth $1 per pound und makes the Uuest of toilet soap. It is Btated that an actual majority of t le recent "Congress of Mothers" In Washington, were unmarried women. It has often been observed that those who have no children know how children should be reared far better than do those who have them. Western Recorder. Physicians aro advocating tho use of pure olive oil, which comes from California, for weak lungs. It bids fair to take the place of cod liver, oil and it is thought by many plcasanter to take. Frank Bedford's farm of 250 acres, four miles from Puris, was sold al auction to Samuel Muckey, of Jessamine, At Lexington Letcher Bogie was Latul Excursions conducted, Factories LocateJ, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts givon a $4,000 judgment against A. T. Kents Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. Scott, a rich Garrard county farmer, who had him arrested on tho charge of rjbbery. ,. Tho revenuo collections in Collector (Ml & Rodes' district for February amount in stho aggregate to $14:1,01184, an X of $5:!,7:M over tho correspond1 ing month of last year. New Seeds in Papers and Hulk Guaranteed the Best. Miss Sarah Cecil was removed from t2J High Oaks Sanitarium, Lexington, to T m R. the home of Dr. Clark, former superin. BkHtf Bba M M m tM'r Ml tendent of the asylum. She will rete v main there until the preliminaries for I'M Ni-Itods and Keels, best Bass Lines and every thin? in tha line at V5I new trial now in progress aro decida Qi Lower Prices. . - H sion. teriin easy. rooms, splendid barn and all tnlumesof never falling water, together with a ooll that will give satisfaction in the yield-lu- g of any kind of farm products. Situated on good pike, close to school aud church. Trice Jls per acre; easy terms. 32. More house two stories high, new stock of general merchandise, which will InTolce 72,500; three dwellings with good stable, vare and buggy house and all necessary outbuildings with splendid wells ind cisterns to each dwelling; the total amount of land ujion which the buildings stand is two acres. Cost of building the store house and three dwellings was i low and the land 81,000. The prexeat price far all the sb ve property 5,000. 8 Fur-wished, JWfW ce LRNDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS. T. -- li w FISHING . TSfK at $70. Pardons were issiieu to Kstoll Lackey and Tom Madroi, of Rockcastle county, each sent up for 10 years for rape. It has developed that both men were convicted of the same olTenso by the same witness and tho governor was made to believe that neither was guil-- J ty. ed on. fed Comnoundcd (rotn the Very Best Drugs and Ohotnicalg. FR ESC? ITTiONS St m t Priois Low. I smmssmmmmsm V7. B. MoBOBXBTS. I 1 4 Ki. i SMI i INflUGURflTCD INTERIOR JOURNAL THE flnqid Great Poitqp and Cerernony. Stanford. lf li Ky.. ( Mar. 5. ,897 Washington, C, Nov. 4th. was inaugurated at 1:18 in tho D. as- Mc-Kinl- ey " presence of tho largest crowd over sembled at tho Capital. In his nddrcss, tho president said ho wanted a protective tariff law enacted as soon as prae- The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribun- e astounding story tlcahle and a change In tho currency publishes the most that the Rev. J. A. Lee, of the 3d Bap- and banking laws. He nlso expressed hi nself in favor of international bimettist church, Covington, tlio self-apointed spiritual adviser or Jackson allism and scored trusts. Tho weather 0 and Walling, has used his sacred olnco was lino and over 5,000 troops and of getting alleged concitizens marched hi the parade. for the purjMwe fessions from them, which he offered to McKiNLKV is president of the Unisell that rawer for $3,000, remarking, but ted States, both Houses or Congress "I am not in this thing for fun, only ray or hope mean business." Four or five report- are republican and the ers corroborate the story, together left for democrats is that tho mistakes with n concealed stenographer, who of McKinley will more than discontent or Moses, and that with unlimittook down every word and proposition those says ed power the republican party will cut Leo of the clerical scoundrel. such tricks as will make tho that on the strength of his position and angelsfantastic and tho peoplo long Tor weep and Jackson the further fact that he If, however, are Odd Fellows, he obtained his entire democratic simplicity. tho republicans even reasonably well confidence and a full confession of his fall, part in the notable tragedy. It Is al- fulfill their rosy promises of last of the and the good times assured shall .come, most past belief that a minister the democratic prospect for a speedy gospel should be guilty of such a thing sheep's clothing de- return to power, is decidedly dark. and this wolf in That "F" though is a long crooked letserves tho execration of everybody and ter and we expect to see the country should bo severely punished. This and disgusted with the gang now in charge or tho efother scandals growing out pander in less than three months. forts of certain newspapers to to the morbid tastes of their readers, When McKinley was gerrymandered to the extent of having reporters ar- out of Congress and left Washington rested for alleged misdemeanors in or- six years ago, It hardly seemed probader to bo confined in the jail with the ble that he would return after being prisoners, hoping to get something out governor of the great State of Ohio, of them, has caused Judgo Helm to with bunds playing and banners Hying have them removed to tho jail at Alex- to greet htm as tho coming president andria, where they will not bo disturb- of the United States. The life of this ed by such ghouls. man is indeed a study. Of no trnns- - void, ami cndla. numer- - cendant abill ty, but a plain, honest man, ln the hospital lor the insane, at TllE failures of justice are so House The Senate agreed to the Kankakee, 111., experiments aro being comment he has won the confidence or the ous in Kentucky courts that no .latter day man has, and If he amendments to the bill for uu interna- mude with musle us a cure lor tho pawaste or words and jjto without the Up tO expectations, llO Will gO intO tional monetary conference tients, which promises to become qulto space, as they 6eem to do no goou, hilt' formality of a yea and nay vote. Tho effective. history as one of the best men that tho when they are emphasized so strongij country has produced if no claim can two hours' debate was occupied princi It is learned that Cadet Montgom- as in tho case of Newton Lane for tho, is among the pally by the silver repuuncaiis ,u made for him that he or.f who , mvsterlously disappeared killing of the Rodenbaughs at Vewall-- greatest. ding their old party good-byfrom tho Annapolis Naval Academv les, we are forced to consider the conThe Kentucky members of tho o4th lasltMttVil8 i command or a dynamite tlnual cheapening of human life. This pOIt thc m.st tjn)0 m tjj0 history of Congress have not mude a very onvl- - bftUery ln Cubn man killed Col. Rodenbaugh and his that Interesting and sometimes ublo record during the term. Their , Mps Lmjy Jestori trampolj (rom son over a trivial difference in ng publication, the Congressional effort seems to have been to kanba8 to Lodon, O., carrying her bill and barely escaped lynching corC) jt appeared as an illustrated .pa-fo- r have private pension bills, of a doubt- buby Sho WJW wllnoul monoy the crime, thought at tho time to per A picture of the ballot prepared ful. nature, passed, und appropriations y(mnp Uxj J)roud tQ uml WJW IHOneJ. to pny have been a most cowardly and unpro- ' by the smart Aleck clerk or the Clark for public buliuings tu cross ruau iu hep way on the lraln voked murder. But time, which the county, with its coon and all, and which made. Not a single measure ol public Judge Scott has decided the local opaccused had put In well since his re- - lost Kendall his seat in Congress, Importance has been proposed. tion election held at Winchester last tho peara in ti,0 issue of Feb. 27. after the first hung jury, and The Richmond Climax prints a summer Is valid, and the saloons mutt mellifluous pleadings of Col. BreckinouIol'v of the nubile ser close May 1. Tho case will probally bo rldgo to a tender hearted jury, ehang-- 1 Catching step with tho march of vice of Gov. McCreary, which con taken up to the Court of Appeals. Register has ed the crime into a deed of justification progress, the Richmond a citizen, soldier In his suit against Chief Justice As a pioneer eludes as follows: As nn.1 thr. slaver is airaln a free man with become a and statesman Mr. McCreary haa tilled Snodgrass, of Tennessee, Col. John H. will, in discarding the old weekly business, an almost carte blanche to slay at bravery say to the every Htation with dignity, homage Beosloy, who was shot by tho former, God save the Commonwealth. Her re- the Inteimor Journal can and patriotism, and tho simple testified that he does not believe ln cord or unprovoked murderu Is a blot new venture that it has a pretty rough paid him here is the pride of citizen- God, the Bible or tho immortality of we are sure that on her name and a disgrace to a clvlllz- road to travel, but friendship freo from price. the soul. , Tipton, with the ablo assistance or his ship and a ' entered a Boston courtA sneak-thie- f The Owonsboro Messenger auy that Lincoln county man, Davis, will bo s "almost all of Senator Blackburn's life room during the progress of a trial and an almost continuous public CqUai to the emergency, , mirror and has been spent In office. He has drawn walked off with a live-foservice since 1871, as legislator, gov-Hon. James Mr. Cleveland vetoed tho irarai- - from the United States government tho judge's overcoat, umbrella and hat. ornor and congressman, salaries and In addition his The judge himself, however, was not Bonnett McCreary yesterday became a gratlon bill, because it is not just anu $120,000 in mileage and stationary account will molested. nrivate citben. His faithful servlco 'would in jure Americans as well as well George Dinning, tho Negro who kill- swell that sum to $130t000 or has ever been the pride of his co'nstit-- l meaning foreigners, declaring that probably ! CM.. ...... ........... t.l. other nations might retaliate, but the 3135.000, and yet he will go out of otllce ...1 uency and no man has ever retired is certainly has not yet been indicted, and there is dollar." This with the plaudits of so many people of House gave him a parting slap in tho without a No person ever ap- - face by passing the bill over him 193 nothing to brag of; all of that money no certainty that he will be. There district and State. been spent except by seems to be no one who will admit ho pealed to him in vain and no letter over to 37. The bill prohibits Immigrants, could not have was in the mob. from land-hi- s riotous living. eent him, eveu from the humblest of who can not read and write Otis Smith, a swell society man who The Lexington Herald says when our ing in this country. people, ever went unanswered, republican friends publish that tho was arrested at Atlanta on tho charge Ift Wo are not done with him either. tho neces- of forgery and embezzlement,, was reIt now seems certain that Gov. hi. a nnt. nlintoil 11. S. Senator or forc Bradley will appoint A. T. Wood, of Wilson law fulls to furnish thoy carefully refrain leased, his relatives having made good ed to carry tho banner of democracy In Mt. Sterling, U. S. Senator and call sary revenue facts, first, that tho Smith's shortage. Ho says It takes tho light for governor, ho Is as sure to tho extra session of the Legislature at from stating twoincreased by jHinsions money to move In society and he had oxpeuscs were disbe elected to Congress from this says that to the full once. Tho Courier-Journof the deficit; and to tako it or got out. trict in 189S as he lives.1i.jAll honor and St. John Boylo declined tho appoint- - secondly, amount Amount which would Bud Williams opened fire on J. R. t that tho nrti'itP tlln il urou ...l.n praise 10 tau b t m t f elcctlon Wood realized from tho income Gulllhuo at Dover, this State, when he eu ins ouck upon ubiuwiuxj v.. ......- - is about tho shortest man that the gov- have been would have more than made up found the latter eloping with his sister. tax to do his duty, as he saw It, fully and ernor could have found. oven this deficit. In seven years and a Tho bullet struck his pocket book and well. in pensions the enor- he was uninjured. Gallihue then fired Two Kansas Legislators say the Kan half wo have paid Editor J. M. Richardson makes an sas City Stock Yards Co. offered them mous sum of over 10 hundred millions and fatally wounded Williams. Five interesting explanation of his resigna 31,000 apiece to vote for a certain incus- - of dollars. Our revenues last year un- minutes later Gnllihuo and Miss Williams were married. law were$32,l70,200. tion iron: tne uiasgow nines iusi. i ure. It is strungo that they iiautrt ta der the Wilson Is creditable to him In every ken the money and said nothing about which Told wav. Ho was only a hired man then, t finrt ,niilil tint lm ! tlinilrrrit. en he vulued his self respect more many virtuous men could have been uub A drayman at Columbus, O., has faluiiui ma iob and when the business found in the body of which they are len heir to $.".00,000. I will otlornt private wle mjr Inu) ami lit nn manager put in a editorial prepared by members. utrc't, villi Four men were gored to death In n Mainchurch occupying tlio rijuiire from Hie until now In Manfunl, Kr , in the interest of his can-- 1 W. L. Porter M mt. lltV. bull light at Durango, Mexico. .fMII.I .'... ..M. Itll.l .1 II. I. u.t.l .'..ILII Till. Pr..ir.(w tf..lirt .1 , r.n.l If tint ."'I.. I'M'Blackiiurn may be elected to forts will then w;ll to thu hijihett Mililrr on the didncy for circuit judge, over his pro- -' arel$l,f)00,000,000 Invested in iremlws. Nilcl jimperty li'one of tlio Thero is said that built, ho hud nothing left but to quit und ceed himself after all. It st electricity and electric plants in the U. ?tat oiulHl mid Utt arranged proiwtli In thu III'UIIKS, J many thoro Is enough evidenco to unseat he did so. There are a great S. 8tanfi.nl, Ky. of Mr. Porter's ilk, but we ators Cumbraugh, Linney and James, W. C. Sandidge, of Kllzabethtown, If it is done and democrats stick ,. Knrrv tn sav there arc few spunky and stuck a rusty null In his foot und died nil naif rcanectlnir editors like Bro. together wo may be happy yet, of lock jaw. of work, John Flnley, Richardson. 8II1, After our picture or the cabinet, ended his life Blck and out by shoot adjoin-in- c who wnicn appears on tno nrst page, was 1897, we will sell on tho premises TjIKKE are two Kentuekluns McCook jumped tho game and ing himself I)r .1. K VanArsdale's and W. A. doubtless feel like fish out or water. , made oeen seiui.K I"J , Tribhle's nronertv. frontim? on tlioRiit.nfr lliram l.usKins nus G. Carlisle and J. C. S. Cornelius N. Bllss.Jtho New York They ore John or the In- - on tho Doylestown, Pa. Intelligencer, pike and on Peyton A Htighi's' Avimii n They have red ut the pub- - Honairo, was made Secretary number at residence lots in tlio most beau for f5 vcars. terior. tiful locality town of He crib so long that they will hardly What appears to be a genuine volca Said protwrty about the sold for Stanford will Grover can nowgo a'lishing ad libi- no has burst forth in the great Salt cash; balance on (5 be 12 know how to get along without their and months with G salaries and earn a living like other tum et ad infinitum. Lake in Utah. percent, interest. It will first be sold in folks. Mr. Carlisle has been in oliico lots and then offered as n whole and tho Maj. W. II. Owens, a POLITICS. Tor 30 years, while Mr. Blackburn has of tho best prices will bo accepted citizen of Louisville, HUGHES A l'KYTOX. served tho dear people for 20. Though Gov. Bradley did not attend the in- detectives, Is dead. no longer friends politically, tho fel- auguration. He had more important . -- , A third or the retail liquor dealers low feeling born of kindred circum business at Frankfort. business because' or Lexington will quit Q Q stances may make them wondrous kind PrPHlrlnnt, Plitvnlnml Hlcrrwil Mm Tn- - of the dullness of trade. and heal past differences and disputes. t0I.natiorml Montetary Conference and John nendcrson and his little son ' were burned to death in an incendiary , Iojferformh privately four Town Lot tho whisky bottlin bills. POOR Old Tom Watson continued to om.yoni, one on corn " t'4",f' ,1t4Hifj t.. Instead of being an Irishman, Dr. W. 11IU ,.t whonllncr. W. Vu. T yttt ...... rtml fifiiAtoAM "'rjl pluy in bad luck to the last. The House " nn. U ......... l.llvviinl filled everv Ico taininn ':.Tii'V:" Acres, noml ibarn. crib, rlxirrn T,..,,,,... w. . .' 1 tf J...U J refused to give Godfrey Hunter Js a Polish Jew, acby a unanimous vote In Kansas. In tho Northwest and tenant' room and uell ttocked in fruit him the seat In Congrots to which cording to the lutest story, which tho house and ornamental tree; an unimproved lot oven churches were used. Black was elected. He doubtless now Times prints. - adjoining it, containing nearly Two Acrcx, Dr. Bon F. Letcher has written a letThn assessor's returns from Jcffer- onejronlinij Miller utreet. containing Four knows exactly "where he is at," and ter to Gov. Bradley, positively refusing son county and Louisville show a Acres; one on "Whitley Avenue of One Acre wheroiio will stay. and One Hood to resign as superintendent or tho shrinkage of over $7,000,000. The Six and Four-Acr- e Lots can be diCourier-JournHays, of Pembroke, this has droppod its Western Kentucky Lunatic Asylum. Thomas THE vided. Davison says ho has endorsed Yerkes State, shot ut a chicken thief and faalmanac supplement for which comic Jf not told before March 13, 1807, Saturrelief much thanks. The old lady for collector and Dan Collier for sur- tally wounded his son Instead. day, they wdl on thatday be sold pub. Ne- Ucly in couldn't stand tho jibes and jokes that veyor of tho port at Louisville. That Thomas Welch, a Hopkinsvllle front of the court house door. MRS. KATE P. MILLER. tho hideous and pointless thing brought settles it. Wulk in gentlemen and take gro, drank a quart of whisky ln 10 minExtx of W. 11. Miller. fort&taom press and people. your jobs. utes and felt little or no ill effects. W. P. WALTON. p 20,-00- Miss Ida Webb committed suleldo nt nn. fni.t. ttuit.atiinil on the Ken situation us plain us Glenvlllc, by taking strychnine. Sho tucky Senatorial tho noso on a horse's face Is that Hunt- was to have been murrled next Sunday. er will not be appointed and can not bo The city council of Chicago passed mi ordinance requiring cigarette dealelected. Times. including ers to pay a license of $100 per annum. persons, Twenty-eigh- t Elijah Klrby hung himself In jail at Sheriff Gross and a dozen policemen, have been arrested at Lexington for Cairo, 111., rather than servo two year violating tho election laws and will in tho penitentiary for killing his broth- lmvi tn iinmvnr hnforo the U. S. court ni'.ln-lnThe free silver republicans In thoj Miss Julia Stagg sold to Wm. B. Snnntri hiivniurreed to ODPOSO tllO In- - Wright, her farm of ubout SO acres, ly It's a Ilonnnza for tho peoplo this week Wo refer to our big elcarnuco siile now ternationnl Monetary Conference bill, ing between Ilustonvlllo undMorehind, in progress in ordor to make room for our would not at $30 cash. on tho ground that tho plan John MiiMiii, a former Kontucklan, be curried out In good faith for tho addied ut Loupuh, I. T., from blood poivancement of silver. John A. Middleton. who was nomi- soning caused by a bite on his linger nated for representative on tho fusion by his son. Two eent fare on railroads Is cointicket of republicans and National Which is arriving every day. Tho Phenomenal Harg.uns we offer, thu absolute ancounty, h:n de- ing. The Missouri House has passed democrats In Shelby nihilation of values and the my lea all considered render this sale ono of more than clined the nomination and sensible peo- a bill making that rato and tho Senate ordinary Interest to tho purchasing public W'c deem further comment usoles!. will follow suit. plo can see where ho Is right. William Jay Koorner, the newspajHjr Nearly every republican in Whitley turned out Monday to see and hear the artist, who killed a woman, was senand tenced to bo electrocuted during tho OS candidates for county offices Of week of April 10 at Sing Sing. was full of people. Williamsburg Stockholders of tho First National tho candidates 17 want to bo jailer. The Bank of Newport, aro In dismay over primary occurs on tho 23d. The Wheeling, W. Va., Blmetalic an assessment on stock of 100 jnir eon t. League, having a membership of 500 payable In quarterly installments...1 ...1 ., . jvrwiur ,tf . tll.. urrcsicu i.. cniuuu Head our ndvcrtiMmionts. They always contain va'uablo information. Corto and t mil, .......1 ui democrats, adopted resolutions congratsee whnt we rc doing. Another big week for the ulating the democratic party on the for tho murder of Jesso Tyree, at Lexington 12 years ago, is tn the Fayette permanent retirement olGrover Clevecounty jail, but will likely be acquitted. land and his adherents in otllce. high authority, the The army of the United States This from that settles it: amounts to only 2.1,000 men, yet they Commercial, Louisville There are no silver republicans. When cost last year near WO.OOO.OOO. This I u man accepts thu free silver coinage, was an average of $2,000 for each man. Harvey Llnvllle applauded tho jury a popullat 10 to L fallacy, he is either when It returned a verdict at Mt. Oli- You'll always find popocrat or an idiot. He can't be a every thing exactly sh advertised nnd represented. Gel in the vet lining him $100 and giving him 50 runli and get sumo of our A bill is before the Mibsouri Legis- days in jail for striking his stepmother. lature which is certain to puss, deelur-in- g It Is reiKirted that 2,000 Mussolmen that all bonds, notes and evidences were massacred recently near Scllno, ,,f i.i..iit,l.,..ju ..... t ui iuui.uh.uuu. tmiiln tiivnliln bv law In Crete, ami great apprehension Is felt by the Assessor, shall be fw and not listed othfirg who ftro lwwlnfriifl nont' In Ladies' I)rm Goods. Notioim, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery. Undurwear, G'oves, Shoes, !....,, TVin AT THE Iioaisville Store. HEW SPBEKG STOClo Our Prices and Our Goods Speak For Us. 4 GWnomiGAL r)0U$GK6GPGR RESL, LIVE BARGAINS KlankctHnml Comforts, Corsets, Domestic, j io im HATS, NECKWEAR, CLOTHING To hnnd down and Merchant Tailoring Goodwin Great Variety. wo will alwnyri treat you right. Bo suro and call; e. umus-crippl- ed Ar-prlncl- Re-ahot- el And at figures that will prove that they aro cheap. IddlcV Shoo from 11, up. Miss. 0' Shoes from 75c, up. Children's Shoes, 25c, up. Men's Shoes at f I, up. Hoys' Shoes, 00c, up. nice: line: A. UKHANSKY T. D. KANKV, &. of shoes ST0RL. , THE LOUISVILLE CO ( PiionuRronii. Kmi- - ap-lea- se Maxaiikh. high-K-fii.rif.pv- Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, IJardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthlana, Versatile, nencc, Georgetown, Klltabethtown, Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. semi-weekl- y. A Handsome Crayon GIVEN : Portrait of yourself or friend with each flO'u Worth of Goods. Wc have just opened a largo and comprehensive Mock of AWAY AO. SMe-Iloard- Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, imiO-A-IUtA- after ot The ladles are especially invited to see our now lino of Dining Tahlo Hockurt, Knamcled Bed. Kaslts, Pictures Ac Picture Frames made to order. Wor and price guaranteed Inspect our linu of Couches Mirrors and Window Shades s, , J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lancaster, Ky. THE'aUEElM al - .. washing Machine ! 0,&i."S!",S-Mrlo;r. .. , s !.:... 'iicr: ,.i . Wo claim for tin, rl r"'..!r',i'": . -- conrsest clunn i, , Thirl, Tl ,imi m "?l '" l" 'Cftr ., u, . doilicrt. . k ' ncjt to thu News Briefly FOR SALE! X V Ix-- Fourth. Tlmi v ' fourths lii, t . oucan with Work in ono-half "" .. to ClirU-tln- n 1..1- '',e,i.Hrwf1-v5',,0,l,,,,",- euc-tes- t, HIGGIJVS it 'on & McKlNNEY. es & 82-t- d . LOT SALE. On Monday, March ( ....., Is nno-thir- Your Eue Sight Faifina ? Do, you need spectacles? If so d hive your cyei toted at oncj at well-know- n ex-chl- ef Craig & Hooker's- Spectacles and Noms Glasses from 25 cent up. We are Spec'aliits in tho llttin? o . ! fOf ddld Spectacles. I Cheapen in pi ice and b?tl in qui'lty. Full Line of Surgical Supjilics MM w- - w """ ".'.,'. CRAI3S6 HOCKER. THE BUK-QRA- 8, HMO HDDS, r Thoroughlrei of this Suroc Jersoy SED al My tirccden were selected rom the licut lieriU ol faimmn lirwl of iwlno In soveral Stated A splcndiit lutufplgaof dliterenl ngw for Nilo. II red a ipccUItr. Satisfaction guaruntceil. Correa. bowi IoiiJeiit9 tollcitcxl. Addreu R. H. BRONAUQH, Crab Orchard, Kjr. xx-Ai- a, ..tjn l:u uJtL.M. ti, friJkC - ,.U.t . cKr-'-nmil- ! ttf'-.- i ijoju fcMtoMhmi'mmii$ fwtitoittfk4- w J Cheap buckets for your sugar camp. Bin lino of lints in the very latest Hlgglns ifcMcKinnoy. styles at W. II. Shanks'. I WILL noil rough lumber and shingles as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. THE gate kccjKJrs on the Halls Gap SPUING is here and wo arc ready to . nlku nrh now ivillontlnir I nil nml tint show tho following now spring goods: n , . . Stanford, Kv., Mak. 5, 1897 lions, to the wlfo of Mnnloy W. . . . to tear tno gates Penangs, Ginghams, Wash Goods. Oriirsi man who on Tuesday, boy, tholr down will be tries promptly shot. gandies. Come and see them: Severllrst. ance it Son. K V. Walton, Husi.ntas MANAar.it. My Spring Stork is now almost Comp'ete and it comprises Leave your order with us now, If IJlG consignment of wall papers and DiSTUMiiNO Woitsiiip. Will Bogle, Chinese and Japanese mattings just re you want to get in on our shipment of You nhould take your prescriptions to ceived tho best DIho harrow for tho money ov- Julius Stewart and Alex Simpson were at V. W. Withers'. Penny's drug Btoro wliero prompt nml er offered In Stanford. Also btcel and arrested yesterday by Marshal New-lan- d o Gkokok Wood's Itondcd borvlco is guaranteed wood frame harrows. See us Monday. on tho charge of disturbing relignear Iledgeville was broken Into a few Hlgglns & MoKiuhoy. ious worship at a church inMacksville. In Brown and Plaids, as well ns the More Modest Blacks and Grays. ... mm nights ago and considerable whisky PERSONALS. Their trial is set for IN a lit of economy, Mr. II. J. stolen. HH.V HakijIN' spent several days In dropped his ad. in this paper f'UOSS-Tli:L. G. Gooch t Son, of SrLi:NDll selection of now spring Conic in and See Them. Jan. 1, but ho finds that he can not do Waynosburg, are extensive ctoss-ti- c Moutleollo this week. and summer goods. Call and see them. Miss Luella Ukkiiit returned to Host grades tho market affords. II. C. business without it, so you will observe dealers. Mayor J. N. Menefee, who M iddlcsboro yesterday. that it appears in tills issue. His store was there recently, says they had about Hupley. is headquarters for the latest and most '!,000 worth on hand and that Miss Mamii: DkIIoud Is visiting relTo Loan. ?1,000 In sums to suit, on fashionable gentlemen's clothing and ous wagons were Increasing numer atives at Crab Orchard. the lot Mihh Lkna Hahnktt continues very well Improved Stanford property. Call furnishings. dully. DON'T JUMP at olllce. Tho Heal Estate Exchange, ill of u nervous trouble. Mauch KK Tho date for the meeting Stanford, Ky. Sam Jones. Mr. W. B. McBride.of OSCAK Huffman has been down 0VEB THE HOUSE of tho Democratic County Committee with tousllitls for a week or so. To open tho windows don't go W. A. TiiiniiLi: bold to a Garrard has boon ostponcd ono week and tho Danville, was here yesterday and ar Hkv. Gkouuf. W. GOWK.V, of Lan- county party several shares of matured members of It are requested to bo In ranged with the Opera House managers all over town looking for a good caster, is visiting friends here. Drug Store, when you've got track stock in tho Lancaster Huildiug A; Loan Stanford at 10 a. m., Saturday, March for a lecture by Sam Jones, April fth at 2 P.M., on "Get There." The bare G'AKUOLL llAlLKY Is attending Cal- Association at $1)7.60. of one, right under your nose This 13. The candidates for the various announcement will be sufficient to pack houn Kindness College at Lexington. must be a good Drug Store not You can buy your county olllces will be on hand at 1 1 M., the house. Look II km-:Mits. Madison Sandidui:, of the because we gay so. but because same date. J. E. Carson, chm'n. West End, has been very nick for sev- corn, hay, oats (seed or feed), cow feed doctors and careful people say 6p. Fast Mail. The Richmond Climax and the best and cheaiest coal, nut and eral weeks. Thoy are not hired to praise it ciIt was reported here this week that says that "Lincoln J. Carter's line Son's. Hcv. Martin Owens, of Rockcastle, scenic production, MI8S HnssiE BUUNBtDK, d lump, at Noel tho ther. Drugs cost them regular . The Fast Mall, at who has been paster of the Mt. Moriah county beauty, Is tho guest of Mrs. price, even if they lay their praises the ojiera houso Monday evening was Last Call. You must pay your 189G church ut Highland for 41 years, was ono of the best plays ever shown In Al. G. Huffman. on with a trowel. "When you got on or beforo March 10th, 1897, or tax Mkr. Maky Layton and Mrs. Mar your projerty will be advertised. T. dead, but a jwstal from the old gentle- this city, and too much can not be said In the way of trading here you man to Mr. J. D. Bastin, gives a black in garet Hyatt, of Garrard, aro guests of D. Newland. S. L. C. will understand why our patrons praise of the company and the play eyo to tho report, we aro glad to say. the Misses Noel. produced." The Mt. Sterling DemoPRAISE US. Tub ladles of Ladies' Aid Society Ho has been quite sick but is better. Mksdamks J. P. Hikfk and T. L. crat 6ays that the company is a splenDRUG Curientor, of Hustonville, were with have decided to jostj)oiie their enterThe circuit court got a move on It- did ono and presents the play In a mantainment, the Dcstrict Skule, until friends hero yesterday. ner worthy of crowded houses. self TucMlay and tried six or seven K. L. IJUHHLK Is at tho Joseph Price some time during April. WE HANDLE cases with penitentiary verdicts in . 1 Urinary, where he Is to undergo an Acquitted. Judge B. P. Bethur-um- , TUB "Fast Mall" troupe will arrive three, aggregating 11 years. John Anof Itoekcastle, was acquitted In the oeration for kidney trouble. Sunday and le with us till Tuesday, derson for breaking Into tho hoiibo of Federal court at Louisville of the Mil. II. D. HltL'CK, who has been so when the Haughmans will take them G. D. McCarty at Mt. Sulem got three chargoof forging the name of County 111 of pneumonia for the past two years and Fields Salter and Geo. Craig Clerk M. C. Miller to nn to McKinney for Somerset. affidavit, cermonths, is able to be outagaln. for breaking Into tho hen house and tifying that Green Renner had made W. 11. Million, of Livingston, was Tin: weather has leon behaving stealing chickens hero Wednesday. Ho told us ho lost pretty well since last issue. Haiti to- given four years from Andy Dunn were his declaration beforo Willis Adams, each. As they only about 'J00 logs by the recent tide. night and rViduy, stationary temper- got a chicken or so apiece, they pay whom he claimed was the magistrate In the district. There were a number of Mltfl. T. E. Haldwin, of Madison, Is ature, was yesterday's prediction. - AND pretty severely for tho job, but if their indictments for similar offenses against . . . with her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Shanks. WOVEN wire and oak picket fence, fate shall detor tho numerous other Judge Bethurum, but all except the MltS. J. W. IlAYDUN entertained at the most economical fence in the mar- chicken thieves in town from their mid- one on which he was tried Wednesday tea a few nights ago In honor of the laket. I am selling it at nlout cost of night raids, they will notsuller In vain, were dismib&ed, for tho reason that dles of the College faculty. nor will the State lose by their contlne-men- t. they were barred by BSTSpecifications and Prices with Guarantee Furnished on Application. the statute oftllm-ItatioMhh. Anna I). VanAksdalk, of manufacturing. A. C. Sine. tSl B. Reynolds and John Turner Harrodsburg, came up Wednesday to Fur.w Goocil, of tho McKinney sec for disturbing religious worship at a visit her daughter, Mrs. II. J. Mellob-crtH- . tion, while riding on his wagon, had church In 6k the South End of the county RUSH Biianch Chuhcil In a conhis leg caught against a stump in the were lined WO.to be paid at hard labor versation with Mr. J. M. McRoberts, ClIAKLKY Hewitt, who was so HI In road and broken below the knee. If not replevied or satisfied. William who was older In the Rush Branch the asylum at Iexlngton, Is couslderly Spratt, who broke into George Chup- - church for many years and who with Embroidery MKAKLKS. Sam Meuefee writes to Iwttur, writes Dr. Scott to the former's Mr. P. L. Simpson, is the only survivhis father, Mr. John N. Menefee, that jelr8 and got a few dollars, was ac wife hero. quitted, tho jury bollovlng him to be ing older, vo learned some interesting We have any thing in this lino you want MlHH MlNVA PAHK sPliKLl'H, who there are 17 cases of measles at tho We aro now prepared to show you the irresponsible. Coleman Carpenter also matters in regard to the old building, Flain Linens in all widths Stamped A: Dumb asylum at Danville. has been quite sick at Mrs. W. M. Deif best lino of Carpets and Mattings in this, and Its membership. Linens, all sizes. Brainard & wont acquit and on j)oremptory In- sold M Armstrong's section. The Uright's for several weeks, has about A. J. Eaki, the enterprising pho structions, tho man he was charged The lot uj)on which It was built was Fils and Twisted Silkc in all colors. Emrecovered. tographer, is preparing to open a with cutting, Al Christopher, swearing bought of Ephriam Jackson and wife broidery Hoops. Knitting Si Is in all colMlia. SL'HAN Harms and Mrs. Geo. ho did not know whether he was in 1819, by the Separate Baptists, who ors Wc sell a Spool of Knitting H. Wearcn went to Lebanon Junction brunch gallery at Lancaster. Ho will that Silk for Just think of buying carpets for 50c that, bjend u day or so of each week there. cut with Coleman's knife or by the worshipped there till the reformation 5c Wednesday to see Mrs. E. G. Waller, sold for 75c a few years ago A beautiful pieces of a pitcher that was broken ut set up in ubout 1827. Three years later who is sick. I W. W. WlTlir.its Is oienlng a nice tho time. B. F. Good and Capt. line of patterns In mattings. Mattinas Thos. the Christian church was organized Mil. S.J. K.M1IHY went to Louisville line of furniture in connection with his with Bovcn members, all Bap- Ask for ono of our Blue Books on Em- will be higher on account of increased tarRichards were placed on the ietit there Tuesday to bell the remainder of his undertaking bublnct-- at Hustonville, jury. iff. Profit by it now. tists, who had left that church and tak- broidery tobacco, but found the market badly off which will be under the management A new trial was refused Frank en tho Blblo and the Bible alone aa the SEVERANCE & SON. and offered none. SEVERANCE & SON. Brooks, convicted of tho murder of only rule of faith and practice. of H.H. Camnlti. Tho MHH. V. 13. Du.LlON, who has been John Novels and sentenced to 21 years, organizers were Weedcn Smith and Land Salk. J. W. Adams sold to and an apjcal was taken to tho court of with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Itoutt, some Nancy, his wife, Reuben Forbes and ! s time, returned to Livingston yesterday, Frank Martin 40 acres of npiHNils. Martha, his wife, and Grandma Forbes, land and ftO acres of knob land for leaving her btlll very low. Wednesday John Green for wilfully The tlrst named tract is Hituated cutting Ed Biwter, another Negro, was as sho was usually known, Jane LawMils. Maky Gkkkn, of Hustonville, It looks like Foolishness to mention The Story of our Ladies' Shoes is soon, rence and Captain Lawrence, an old lined .r0 to bo worked out if not paid. Negro slave belonging to Hugh Law- Organdies, siKJnt several days with her brother, near Turnersvillo .and is improved. told. Thoy aro bought right. .. Mr. John Main, who is still In a helpKNCOUKAOKD by their success at Tho case for assault and battery against rence. Weeden Smith and Reuben less condition, but Hllghtly bettor. THEY FIT YOU RIGHT. Forbes were chosen elders and Martha Hustonville, the Hustonville Minstrel him was dismissed. Miss Maky Hum: will entertain at Co. will show at McKinney Constable T. J. Bonedlctand Forbes acted as a deaconess for some Etc , but to get the most desirable you They look right They are priced right. dinner froit 7 to 11 thtsevenlng In hon- filli. They will go to Liberty later on T. W. Gooch were tried the time. They soon had a prosperous must buy now. We aro showing or of Mlssos Kite, of Nashville, and and will probably come hero tho same day for accepting a bribe to turn church and In 1842 Carroll and latter prisoners Allen Brno Hruce and Yeager, of Danville. loose and were fined $100 Kendrlck, brothers, held a protracted I part of this month. Mil. J. II. ElliON, an architect from You will bo convinced that the above is each. The court thoroujioti added to meeting for 10 days. They had 1.10 ad. ' In Percales. Tailor Suiting, Ac. DON'T forget tho V. A. M. entertain tho judgment that the conviction car ditions to tho church, tho greater numParis, has 1kcu here several days, the true. guest of Elder J. T. Shurrnrd, to inter ment at tho college ftth. They ried with it the taking away of tho of ber of thorn taking., membership at SEVERANCE & SON. SEVERANCE & SON. est our ieople in building artist le havu arranged a nice program and the llcoof constable from Benedict and ho Rush Branch. Of the 150. only three llOllberi. money is for a gxd object. It will bo was relieved of that position. The facts aro now living, Mr. James Robinson EUHANKS, of the Hubble well worth the quarter they charge for of tho ease as proven by W. B. Jones and John Logan Mil. J. and wife. A number section, will celebrate his 7 1th birth admission to witness the performance. aro that during Christmas, ISM, Rob of the pioneer preachers of the reforday Saturday by giving a big dlnnei to ert Wright and Wm. Bowling, who mation have preached in tho old buildCharllo Slaughter,son llvo in SLAfUHTKit. WILLIAM SHELTON, President. which a number of his friends are c.v another State, were at McKin- ing, including J. T. Johnson, Jacob of tho lato Dan Slaughter, who was re ney The Second Session of 1890-9ccted. and feeling pretty good gave vent Creath, Sr., Absolom Qulnn, M. E. Missus Kathkkini: Waddkll and orted ill in our Crab Orchard letter to their feelings by numerous and sun Lard, G. W. Elloy and "Raccoon John" OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH, 1807. Susie Hrlnkley returned to Somerset Tuesday, died that afternoon and was dry yells, which disturbed tho pence Smith. Tho last service was held on For fill' information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for buried in tho cemetery at Crab Or of that quiet town. our Now Oita-logyesterday, after a visit to Miss Suu Tho two constables tho 4th Lord's Day in December, lS(J(i, Address, MKS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Ladv Pixciial, Stanford, Ky. which they made chard Wednesday. Ho was 111 years arrested tho olfenders and according to and on the 27th of Willie Halu, during February, tho house old and for the past six months had numerous conquests. Jones accepted & to let them go when was sold reserving tho grave yard, been a model boy. Tin: report was current hero yesterthey pleaded to he released. Benedict's around which will be built a nice iron day that .lames A. Hcazloy, until reEcus. Edgar Nevlus has a collec- testlmoney was that tho men shoved fenco to protect it as a bacred spot cently a Stanford boy, would take unto tion of eggs, which can not bo excelled something In his hand when leaving, wliero those who desire may deposit hiuibclf a wife In a few days, in tho per- probably outside of the Smithsonian which when he discovered was money, tho remains of their loved ones. The son of a pretty Lancaster lassie. Institute at Washington. He has d he called to them to return and get, but elders from the beginning till the close varieties and they include every thoy declined to do so. Gooch bworo were Wooden Smith, Reuben Forbes, HOME NEWS, Wo havo added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock of General kind ot egg from a common hen's that he afterwards went to ono of the W. II. Bryant, H. M. Withers, Robert product to that of tho rarest of Hiiakes. men to return tho money, but ho de- Elkin, Charles Hammonds, E. H. Smith, Merchandise and aro now prepared to DANKS' for solid gold rings. Ho has been collecting them for years clined to take It, saying with an oath E. B. Bcazloy, P. L. Simpson and J. M JOWL and greens at Higglna it Mo- - and is naturally very proud of his dls- - that ho did not want It. Both defend- M. McRoberts. Mr. Lewis Withers ,,tty- ants took exceptions and It is said that was elected elder, but died before lie Klnney's. suit to a wedding outfit. Mathbny. The body of Mr. W. T. Benedict ill take his case to tho was installed, C. C. Withers was the Any thing you want from an ovcry-daOur stock of I, Egos for hatching. Hlaek Minorca. Matheny was brought hero from Lex- Court of Appeals. last clerk. J. C. McClary. Tho juries were discharged yesterday Tho church was bold because most of ington Tuesday and Interred In DulTalo and tho rest of tho court, which ex- tho members lived near Hubble, where Co a can. Cemetery. Cash does tho work. Corn Mr. Matheny was a brothpires afternoon, will bo de- they built a better and more convenHlgglns & McKinney. er of tho lato Mr. S. N. Matheny and Notions, Shoes, Chinawaro, Glassware, Queonsware, &c , was nover more complete. voted to equity cases. ient houso. was like him, a merchant tailor. He VAPOR and hot water baths given at A special term was set for April lHth was born in the old brick now occupied Mr. Teams, of Jackson, Miss., was my shop. Ed Wilkinson. for tho trial of tho Bright will case and by Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Nunnolley (Kl the jurors of this term ordered to ap- here last week and bought SO t addle I will soil you best quality steel years ago and followed his trade hero pear then. horses for tho Southern market, paying from $150 to $125 each. Hart County roollug nearly as cheap aa you can buy for somo time. A wife but no children The grand jury adjourned yesterday Record. survives him. Mrs. T. S. Parbons, of shingles. A. C. Sino. finding '2ti indictments, only ono Rowland, Is now tho last of tho fnml-l- after TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. for a felony, that being for perjury. It the great wall finish, Alahastinu, Mr. Matheny was a member of the Tnlo llrunio Quinine All y Every Methodist church and said to have been was In session seven days, Judgo Sauf-le- I'ruailsH refund the money If it fails Tablet. Tor is made in ill dllToront colors. to Cure. U. Mclloboili, CrljA having extended tho tlmo one day. Stloliy W.l)nipi;lt'1. Stanford, Ky.Hotkcr and O. color Is In stock now at Penny's Drug an excellent man. I Somethingnow in tho realm of Health and Ihgiene It is Wo do not know whether any special Store for the benefit of every man, woman and child, "it is nature's Fast Mail. There are six acts in tho effort was made to that end, but no in great helper in tho ute of tho justly celebrated economical Lot For Jusr to Think. Sauer Kraut, Cab- scenic melodrama to bo produced at dictment was found against the turn- House Vapor Hath Folding Cabinet for Homes A complete Rusbage, Potatoes, Ueans, Hominy, Grits Walton's Opera House Monday night, pike raiders. In their report tho jury sian Medicated or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs Treatment by your own fireside at a nominal cost. All physicians For certain reasons I have to rcoffcr my and all kinds of good things at Warren 8th. Tho scones include a view of said that tho court-hous- e cupola is safe, endorso It and It is now in use in many Hospitals of tho new property forsale to tho h!plnt iii.i. & Shanks'. he circuit and county clerk's otlices der at thoCourt-Hous- o Memphis, wharf sheds, tho engine country and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect on Monday rooms of tho steamer St. Louis, tho are in good order and tho jail excellent- March 8, 1897, county court day. euro for La Grippe, Kheumattsm, Neuralgia, Colds, Skins Foil Salk. Coal, corn, corn-choDiseases. Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidney and Liver Troua ly kept. A recommendation to tho It is located on Whitloy Ave, about 500 millet, straw, ship btull, oats, &o. wreck of tho steamer In haw bles, and is Woman's Best Friend from the After a vanor Imth lust Houso is newSeo prices in another column. J. II. full sized freight train and a lightning county court for tho erection of a work yards ly painted and contains three rooms. Haa beforo going to bed, you will say no other bath is comparable to it. It removes all Is made. fast mail taking up mail at a station on house Baughman & Co. verandah, lattice porch, water, hen house, tho effete, pernicious accumulations of tho skin, rendering it smooth and glowing, Tho case of D. A. Baugh vs. I. N. coal and tho Chicogo & Alton, a Dago divo on dairy, barn with roinvigorating tho wholo system. With ord nary caro will last a life time When B. II. Danks shipped to a Lobanan tho wharf at Chicago, tho suspension Johnson. In which about $1,800 were in- room for four horses, buggy, 50 barrels of not in uso can be folded and set away. Two or three conts' worth of wood alcohol Junction this week a pen of lino blood- bridge at Niagara una a view of tho volved, lasted two days and resulted corn. Btack of hay, barnyard and arardon. and about a pint of water is all that is necessary for each bath. Dan bo seen at'Oraig ed chickens, for wMcll ho recolved a falls by moonlight. You can't afford, ' lujt afternoon in a judgment for tho de- All well fenced. Lot fruit trees bearinir. A Hooker's and Miss Liccio Beayzle'a. ' M O. C. WITHERS, Stanford. fendant for 4.87. S. HUGHES, SoUtrerr) fleqt. to miss this attraction. handsome amount. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Dan'KS fine Bilvcr plated ware. m m Ty-re- e, " I 11 CLOTHING ! wnro-hous- The Very Newest Styles h. j. McRoberts. i t i i .. ... to-da- Mc-Hobe- s. TERMS CASH; FR!CES LOW. m . - Gar-rur- t PGNNY'S STORE. -- 11 Star Wind Mills, Geneva Feed Cutters, B. K. WEAREN The Taylor Hose Powers, SON. n. Materials. Carpets and Mattings. last-Saturda- PRICES ARE RIGHT ... s TEII bluo-gras- Foolishness. $1,-40- 0. The Story Dimities, Taffetas, to-nig- m m STEW PA.TTHH1TS Call And Th.em. to-nig- STANFORD FEMHLE COLLEGG. 7 uo 70-od- Lf?iSli y, Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. ... Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, FARRIS & HARDIN, y. Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet and Sale. p, mid-rive- r, court-hous- o. smoko-hous- e, I 87-2- m u -- . tzJu-&xi'aiui:''JUii- -- - I vulfth , .jii t,.i...4iifciA.' 4ft j i ' . - v .W j. t .. ti '' "ir,"1-- 1 "gv-- . r 7W T-'g- a TT! Tyr u.' "'"f W 1"iWW,t - V THEINTERIOR JOURNAL 2 PKBYJiliVH IN" AD a- - When not so paM SZ.S3 will ta charged. md KENTUCKY CENTRAL m card. DIVISION. m al4;30p. hi. Train leaves Stanford at 7: 10 n. m. nndjreturus at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 21 Train going North " " No. 2il ' " South No. 23 " " " No. 2.1 " For nil Points. ,..12 37 ... 3 13 ...12 01 1 IU .. 1 03!l HI pin am THIIO'IOII T1CKI7TS SOLD. UAKOAtin CHECKED THROUGH. Tor any Information enquire of JOE S. IlICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. m KENTUCKY P.M. 2 30 COT . M. MIDLAND RAILWAY. P. M. A. M. VIA OlXMUiETOWN. 2,00 3 IS 4 50 1155 725 6 10 Arr 1 OS Lve. Somerset, " 12 00 " .let. City. Arr Georgetown, LvlOOO " 0 30 " 1'ranklort, o Lve 9 20 835 300 5 30 G30 8 40 Arr 1'arls Dally except Sunday C. D.HEP.CAW.O. P. A. T.t mm i ,v-- k. a i POWDER Absolutely s Pure Celebrated for Its preat leavening strength and hcaltliftilnrw. Assim-- the fond against alum and all farms of adulteration so common In tho cheap brands. UorAi, IHkino Powder Co., New York. GANDY KITCHEN! T have opened tip a Cendy Manufncto ryoti Lancaster Street nntl can supply FRESH CANDY and Superior Excellency every day Mr V Curtis Egbert, an experienced maker, is in charge and rnarantces satisfaction Give us a call, J A STEPHENSON. i Mf u a u u ti ci O n Of Many Varieties o V 4- -J W a i u . bo CD x o V 1-iT CO 0) s $ s 2 o -- o W w R o HI u c (u "rt a "1 9 3 u fl OS JJ u .Q e n si J O P CD I I rt So CO w m .3 in V o CU n r1 hJ o o U 3 00 z CD a 1 to S T3 I IV 1 K After c my father's death I found among his papers a memorandum asking that after Ills death you bo Informed, and in compliance with his request I write you this letter. H ( Father was taken 111 with a sovere cold Sunday, Feb. 14, which in a few ' days developed into pneumonia and the SARSAPARILLA following week, Sunday, Feb. 21st, he died and was buried Tuesday Feb. 23rd WILL CURE by tho Masonic lodge and with Grand Army honors, from the Frst Methodist Scrofula, Salt Rheum, church. From tho beginning of his Sores, Boils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, illness he suffered little pain and was to the last. end all diseases of the blood and conscious mailed you a Hiawatha paper I have k3t Makes You Well. and enclose a short biographical sketch. o o .s rt u u rt C 0 t Miss Ethel McCttsHn, of Franklin, Intl.. has threatened to leave the church James Vann lought of L. G. Gooeh and choir in which sho sings If her faAdd to my report of lint week n f jr II. Osborn six calves for $.ii. ther, who secured u divorce and marson on tho 2oth and charge siuno Mit-- Ora Williams school at Ellison ried a hired girl a few days later, Is to James Owens. y on account of small at- not expelled. Tho pcoplu nro making preparations will close b.iby show at tho tendance. to give tho largest Hucklin'f Arnica Sithr. v lilgiutuui fccrjuo says unit iujiuit4 fair this season that was ever recorded Tho iwl iIt In tho world for ruts., Iirule d "M. G. Reynolds bus ordered a Nrm, ulivr iilt rheum, lvir oro toller, i hapby any one county association. And alt li.itiil. of postal cards to write to delinquent pedMMltluly clillMnltiK corns no pay skin eruptions. cure pile or ntilred. Ills The L. & N. lias agreed to furnish a It Reynolds asks us to say If Kiiaru iteed IkIo TfiTt Mtlf.u'tloii r money 11. number of cars of slack, at a small conbox. rornatohfW twits lVlw l' said scribe had paid his taxes half a Mvllolrt, Drought. sideration, for tho remodltng of d sufficient. would have been and tilling marshy places In and on. ixmiethwij to ift'jx-nJames l'ryor and his wife, formerly about town. Street lights are talked Mr James Jones of tlioilnitf linn of Jones. Shi. Dr Kiwi's In of and a general amen Is given to ac- .Miss Ronton, have dissolved partner- Cowdeti, III,that akltitiir his ullo was New attacked l.it Inter ship. Wo did not learn what tho trou- Kith 1.11sis complish this move. that irl'p, and hcrcae ttrv. could wrlom tiling do n, ilen anil Patm at Coo boy of P. W. Brooks ble was and we dislike to hear of their phtslclan 11 swiued todeTclop IntohaMy colisump. The ror'her storn, New llooery was bitten by n mad dog a few days separation so soon, when they seemed lion llaTlng lr Miik's took a Uittlo homo,In and In and sellltiK lots of It, lio since and was taken to a madstono near so loving. Mr. Pryor has folded his thosurprlMorllslie'ynn to pet ltu-- from first and Stanford, and tho application lasted tent and Mown, going, we learn, to Lou- doo. and half doien tattles Hiredlorher sound Consumption. King's New Discovert well. do attempted to cross isville. We never did take much stock Coughs Ir Colds Is RiiaraiitMsl loW. IIthis isl and four hours. The dog work Try It 1'reo trial tattles at tho railroad track nnd a passing train In him, but didn't think he would fly Drugstore m 0 sheared his head closo up to its shoul- the track so soon. Old Pntple. Lost, Strayed or Stolen. One C. C. ders. regulate, tho Old twoplc who require Tho merchants here nro rebelling Gooch. Was last seen on or about the tawelsand kidneys will medicine to remedy In find the trim grocery line, beginning of circuit court: was headed lUectro Hitters. This medicine loo not stlmulato against each other in the toxicant, luit Livingston toward Bee Lick. He Is n lean, lank and contains no wldiley norothtr mildly on the in coffees. especially It acts acts us a Ionic and alttralivo tawols, adding strength and kII" and turns out In full nnd largo quantities of onery looking cuss; blind In ono eye, stomachtho org.un, Iherehy aiding Nature In the tone to wears only one gallows, perfortiMncaot (lie functions Hitters Is goods from this place Is freighted thero Old and has on heavy brogan shoes, No. 11, an excellent aptlfer and aids digestion lrlcolw 50 dally. Some think that J. G. Frith is pie Had It Just exactly whit they ns and a silent Bo of tho "Knughphy King," or thereabouts. Any Information re- cents Store.Jl 0 par tattlo at W. 11. McllotarU' Drug Arbuckle, wiille others are easy to be- garding his whereabouts will be glndly lieve that J. T. Cherry pulls a line received by his folks, to that they can send him money to buy tobacco with, with tho "sugar trust.'' J. M. Nave, of Nicholasville, Is here that ho may keep going. Mr. W. D. Johtison's daughter Is Ho viewing his Interests at the that oil is steadily Improving. Asa Morgan left says the formation Indicates MONDAY near. All others concerned have been a few days ago for Indinnn,where ho exEVENING, Manotified and are expected on first train. pects to reside. W. S. Gooch and rlon Williams also loft on tho 2nd for Mrs. Judith Wells and little daughter, Ten Sets of Special Kate, are with her mother, Mrs. Fran- that State. E.W.Reynolds, who has LINCOLN Scenery. Flight of cisco. Misses Delpio Collyer and Ma- been visiting relatives here, expects to jr. tho Fait Mail. mie Ilolman, two society rose buds, are leave for Tennessee next week. Dr. J. by Moon spending a few days with Miss Lena B. Wirt, the jolly dentist of Somerset, light, with Boiling was here Wednesday and Thursday In Rogers at Crab Orchard. Kev. A. J. GRAND ' Mlht. Prnctlcnl Tike, accompanied by his wife, went to the Interest of his profession. Dr. J. Working Englne.nnd re- W. Dickinson, of Stanford, was also in SCENIC Livingston last Monday to conduct 14 Freight Cars with town a few days since looking after denligious services. illuminated caoo-e- . We see that Bro. E. B. Smith tistry. The Dago Dive He will begin the publication of a new panlistic Kivrr Scene Now lie Is a good per at Llvingt-tonand Sleamhoat Exman, and we are his friend, and wish Bro. Trafton will preach at McKen-dre- e plosion, nnd other him success in his now homo and In his Sunday morning. Startling Effects. undertaking, but of course It will sucDr. Herring presented Jos. Wllmot March S, 1W7. ceed, for we will enter under tho with a young W. J. Bryan a few days MAIL. administration on the 4th and ago. Prices, Coc, oOc nnd Toe. Heerved Sent as confidence has been restored and ns on Sale at W 11 McKolK-rtElder George Gowen will preach at Drug Store confidence is all that is necessary to the Christian church hero Sunday evprosperity there will be no such thing ening at 2:30. us a failure so wo will guarantee a Dr. Elliott, of Bryantsvllle, was here success for his pajwr If it has tho free Monday looking at some farms on whl?h SPRING, x897 bllvcr ring. to locate. T. C. Rankin is In Wayne. Mrs. Martha Naylor died on Sleets Ertnithimjfor Orchard, I.an and GarCo, branch near here Saturday night, after den ttoch of Ornamental and J'rml Small un illness of consumption for some Tree, Graite Viiut, A)wriu)i and at Never before in the history of the It V employ no agent but wW Fruit prices direct tu the planter. Telephone 'State of Casey" was political feelings months. Col. Underwood sold his jack in ojjtcc. Stratclierry and yeneral Xurtery as warm in tho republican party as application to now exist within Iter borders and will days ago for SlOX Old corn Is coming Catalojuet on II. F. MLI.KXMYEU, in demand at ?1.."0. A. J. Rice sold continue until tho polls of the primary U'ximjton, Ky 03 close Saturday night, when that day s)me cows to George Wood for Uc. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon was called to will go down In Casey's history as one seo Mrs. Fannie Ball, who has been A of the hardest fights the republicans ever had among themselves. There are suffering from heart trouble for some the two htory 1 desire to 'ell l$ candidates and u million or more time, but is thought to be tome better frame dwelling inprivately Middleburg, former y now. deputies fighting for the nominations occupied by Jno W. W ilcher, John N. Menefee, of your town, came owned and live big rooms and many mod for the 10 different offices of the councontaining are all ty. Every precinct has three or more down last Friday evening, and hitched em conveniences There repair, neresia. nnd nn un- his horse to the fenco here, when she ry outhouses, nil in good candidates and no grass is growing excellent smnll orchard nnd good wo der their feet, while sleep at this writ- became frightened, broke loose and ran Write me for further particulars. sho turned ing is not thought of and their many off. Near the school-hous- e JAMES V McWIIOUTEU, Middleburg, Cauy Co . Ky. 91 lm conditio is and "tales of woo" they the buggy over and throw herself. About that time some of tho boys on present you keeps one's mind 60 tangled that he "knowest not where to stick Cherry street came up and held her Co. his stencil," even though he was in the down till Mr. Mencfeo arrived with and lines. bajth ready for action. The candidates bridle OP STANFOltli, KY. are a fine class of gentlemen and well DDuring the race for mayor between S200,000;00 qualified for the stations they ask for Todd and McKnight a year ago, Alder- Paid up Capital, . 17,503 SO and the races are going to prove inter- man C. J. Surplus, Jenne, Councllmen John W. esting before the finish. Friends of all Adams, Walter E. Glover and are John II . lly rrovlslotn of Its chtrtvr, depositors lunks,a aro working hard and tho men that Sowders met ut a convenient place near fully protected as antdcoltor In NationalIlahto to It shareholders Mint held Indlrldually pull through will only do so by the ttink therein the German National Bank, sent a tho extent of the ainoiiiit of theirto theaiinuiiit at value skin of their teeth. Knowing ones message to Banker McKnight by Ster- tho parIn uihthereof, InItaddition as executor, may act shares claim that the heaviest vote ever cast ling E. Edmunds, und irmtee. Ac, as fully as an ludlrldual. received through who hare entrustto lh Tendering our thanks in a republican primaryoln Casey will trust they will continue their the messenger SI, 000, which was divid- ed do so, luln"ti to us, we guanine 'for prompt atand weolljr as a V. It. C. to bo polled next Saturday. In ed between them. They have been In- tention to Mine ouf'-- years' and as litaral actum uiodjlioiis as are consistent dicted for the offense and have been with sound hanking. RBODHgflD. WRYNESBURG, nd A young woman, wearying of an old man's tonder advances, had him arrested when ho rofused to delist, und a Lexington Magistrate llnod him So and GARLAND SINGLETON ol l.lucolu county, subject to the action Ii nrandlilateforSuporlnlciidcnt of Public Schools party. otthe 1ciii-ocrat- s costs to-da- J. F. HOLDAill ject to theiictlou of tho democratic part). Is n candidate for Aveasor of Lincoln county, sub- A Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. Safeguard for the Rich RcmiIu Assured. No Risk. car-loa- SA3IUJEL M. O WENS a candidate for sherlll of Lincoln county, subject to the notion of Hie democratic party. ! tax-payer- s. n--r out-street- s A car-loa- The New England Mutual Life EMMETT McCORMACK Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub-Jto thu action of the democrntle lurty, Your supjiort is eurtiostly aollclUsl. Insurance Go., Issues all Forms of Life, Endowment nnd Term Policies r REAR THIS IN MIND. All Policies Ivuicil Participnto in the Annual Distribution of Surplus. Cni-l- i Stir 91. P. bLKIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, tub. Jcct to th action of the ileiuiK'ratlc party. Mcltoli-crts- " render and Participating Paid up Insur- JOE T. EMBKV Aiosor of Mucoid mutily, sub. Ject to the action of the democratic party and eameslly asks our supirt. Is a candidate lor ance Values Endorsed on Every Policy. No catch clniihcs; No fine I print. Corres- C. G. RAKER bow-legge- d, i:ii-Ur- pondence Solicited, JESSE D. WEAEEN, Agent. Stanford, Ky. la a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count v. sub lect to the action of the democratic lurly Think-lu- g thuNiuthcru eudof the county is entitled to a slice of tho pie, he asks your support. Walton's Opera House. LAND FOR SALE. MflY WILLIAM MORELAND Lincoln, subject to tho action of the democratic pally, lie kindly asks your supsirt. Is a candidate for Assessor ol oil-ri- g. 8fh glte )ou Write for ono of my tiiy--r catalogues tint will s a full description ofataul '."0 great I Into in Centr.l Kentucky for sale. (I. W. I.YKK, Uku Aukst, Is a candidate for; MierlfT of Lincoln county, Ottirt) with JosshiiIdc Journal, NlrhoUsrllle, Ky ject to Ihe anion of the democratic arty. hir-gsln- It4tk Y SAM W. MENEFEE sub- FOR SAMS 11 F. REID, STANFORD, KY. Golddutt Hortetfor lioth Saddle and liar- - Mason Hotel MIIS. CARTER'S P. D SIMIVON, Pror. : Jersey And net I'ttrixwt. Short-Hor- n Lancaster, Kentucky. i. Oattlo, timt-olns- Newly furnished ; clean beds; splendid Poland China Ilty and Southdoicn Sheep. l'orter tablo. Eveiything Choice ndiridoal of Ixtt Strain. S'J meet nil trniux. Call or Write )'onr ll'mif. . "HUBBLE," THE mm ;o ;o, mnlwi N-- it, FAST COAL I 1 aiu still AkiiI for Palls HranehCoal and wilt kerp supply of all kinds oftVul, you ran act want at the lowest tMsiMe prices lor such as Wllhwra' 1 urtilliire tush Oltlee uett door W Store. J. 11. HIGUINS. Proprietor, W T HAINDLILS, Manager, 37 IUwtaud, Ky Mc-Kinl- cy s Blue Grass Nurseries. Money to loan on luiproTed tlty Kiert) or pro dilutive farms n Manfcinl and Liueolti count) al f. rsMit tuyahle Ntml Vuuually .H I wl furnish tan.ls f.ir puW or r.rratloii olfkLkt Administrators or Ouardlaitsat m aeent for foor of the t I Ir doing huslnesx In Kentikky ami solicit utroHag of propHTtv holders In htauf.ml. lt.it. Minea. other nuiiinles il..lk' l.olnes Un. WAM.ACKI. VAUNON. Ant. i;t-cutortrun-ahloiutes )u SHELBY -- & SHELBY, .. . A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Middleburg, Casey ..Proprietors LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE lit-ii- uj Junction City, rupestfully solicited. Stanford, Ky. Otfircorrr Mrlloberts' John II. 1 istm-man- J.UHILL I'Cy. Is ltrst Class Turnouts, prompt attention, scry A ;tlloii of )our rccisonaMe rate troiu f Dnift Sture In the Owsley llulldioi.'. . Aits. l.AMUM, Nice Home For Sale. J. T. Jones, TIN IP 111 WORKS, INSURANCE COMPANY STANFORD, KY SHEET s 1 Sole proprietor of Dean's Illack Plamond IJoof lUtluiMi-Paint, juriiishnt for painting woo.1, metal and Imii roots. Satlsfaclloii Kuarautee.1 All roofs talnltsl with Dean's Illack tilamond Piiut warranlisl for years. Dealer In I'litcrn Pumps simuaiTuniJ'-- i iron i uirs, da'Taniieil ami Illack Iron f all kinds. J OF LIVERPOOL. lst BBRBEE S CaSTLEHffl. MANAOKItS, 3STOTICE I keep on hand a supply of plank for fmelm;. All kinds of IuiiiUt for linlldiii puruMs; aNilxurds and shlnalrs. All jrMius dcsirliiK any article ol this kind can call on uiu at my store near Cedar XI L'nvk. it W. fcl.Ntil.l.TO.N Farmers Bank&Trnst sst and railing or wire ftncueaii tliul wbal they want at my store near Cedar Crwk, on the pike hading fruiu Cral Orchard to Stanford I s!n. All ersons dcslrlni: Ix-iis- t IWs for plank fence, Oommcrco Building, Louisville Agents Throughout tho Nulh, VT. A. TXHBBZ.X. lcil A Kent, D. S. CARPENTER, - Stanford, 3 Kentucky. drTlee'roy'yates. (Tithe Editor cf The Intekior Joch.vau, arrested. Hiawatha, Kas., March 1. inP'o Some Cullfornlans tried the old test They ate toad stools for mushrooms nnd died. If they hud been mushrooms they wouldn't have gono hence. An old maid In Baltimore keeps 30 as pets. cats In her with the usual result. bed-roo- m i B UHDGRCMinG BY K lu Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it - Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., Mc Kinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee' Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg. Ky. Brent K. Yates. J. C. M'CLARY, Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Will curry a larger sloik of Furniture of all kinds this year than urrr M.treand will s.- choaperthan Plov anybody The Ollser Clillle.1, Vulcan. OP STAXI'OUIi, KY. Silver bli-r- l and ChattaniM4s and pilnts vt all kinds. Cultivators and IXiutilv Miovels, all Malta In tho orld. 1 armers, call In and make, hank-lu- g ex.-rleiiCapIUl Steels 5100,000. Surplus $15,750. get any tiling you want rrom a lum;y down D. S. CAItPl.NrKl:. lU.ectIully. 1 Attention of the public Is called to the fact that Dl ECTOR s. this is the only National Haul In Stanford. Under the provisions ol the National Hank Act Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. J. & W II. Cummins, Preacherivlllc; drwltors art' secured not only by the capital stock, Osislev, but by the sunk holders' liability lor an amount J. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. Shanks, equal tu thosbxk, so that deponltors of Ibis InstituWilliam llooch, tion are secured by a fund ol ?.tli,isj. rive sworn H. J. Kmhry, A. W. Careiilcr; statements of the condition ol the Hank ar male J. K. l.ynu, Menefee. each year In the L'nlled State (iorerumtnt and Ita J. N. Com und assets nro examlntsl at stated tlmoa by coverument orriccRs. Onlcr iHRiQ and Vw KxcUmij, near the llnllruad a,rents, llius svciirlDK additional and erfect salety President, S. II. Shanks. UIUMIIf( I'lint. slltTtt to deiusltors. J. 1J, Owsley, Cashier; TliUlustltutlon.orltiliially elabllshel as the DeW. M. llrlghl, Telhr M, then risirxanlreil aa posit lUuk of Stanfonl In Coal Yard, Mill street, lately J. II. Mains' the National Hank ofStanlord In 1&G3 andsgaln Satisfaction KuaraiiliTl. reorgauliiHl as the I'lrst National Hank of Stanfonl In M1, has hail practically an uninterrupted exist-cuc- c for 111 years. It Is better supplied now with larllitles for trausaclln business promptly and than Her before lu Its long aud honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries:, tinus os iMPiiovr.D r.viiMS and Individuals solicited. In Lincoln comity, Ky., al 6 wr rent, U1HICTOKS. lnierpsi: no column, on cnaivoi. .tuuress un;. F.OlcId, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Ilaydcn, Stanfonl W. DAVY, llooiu 17, Kenyon iiulldlim, litilrllle, S. T. Harris, S. H. Ilaiighinau, " Ky. Kor liluuic applications ana iiiriner iiiiorma. J. S. llockrr, " " T. I: Hill, lion, impure oi J. i. Sjundem, Attorney, Stan. K. L. Tanner, McKlnnoy. W. A. Trlbhle, " ford, Ky. J. II. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Y M, D. Klmore, Stanford. c FIRST NATIONAL BANK thelt J-- SON, DEHLERS IN COHL, NOEL liny, Stanford; - - Kentucky. I MONEY TO LOAN semi-annu- -- There Is a period In the year, from June.1 to July 12, when tho land of America's great republic enjoys an equal distinction. Tho United States Coast and Geodetic Survey has estimated that at Polnt'Barrow, tho northernmost point of Alaska, there Is continu ous duylight for 84 days in tho year, from May 10 to August 2, approximately and that from about Juno 1 to July 12, in each year, the sun rises on one day at West Quoddy Headlight, Maine before It hus set the preceding evening at Cape Wrangoll, Alton Island, Alaska. Thus for a part of the year, at least, England is not ulone iuherproud boast. B. P Reed nnd Miss Hettio Hal- brook, of Covington, were secretly married two years ugo The fact has just been made public, The baby hud tobo accounted for. It has been England's unlquo boast that the sun never sots on her empire. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. sCs m DentlNt, ITBHBmBV t I. S. Hooker, President; J J. Mcllotarts, Cashier; A. A. McKluney, Assistant Cashier. orricsaa. . "BIG x Stanford, K. KOUTK. 4: Tho Ilest Line toand From OlflcAon Lancaster street at Ilcsidcnco J. T. TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. SXJTTOWr. - Undortalcor, - CHICAGO. "White City Special." Heat Terminal Station. H G RUPLEY Hustonville, Kentucky ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- Offers his service to the people of West Lincoln and Casey counties. Pull stock of Collins and Ck- - ets always on hand. I). 8. Carpenter, Manage , M BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping Car. Is, Receiving his- - Wanted-- An D- - C- Vn.tct your laan: they may bring you wealth. CO- Trtto JOHN WKUDEKBURN their ftl Patent AttorM prU ooTm ney. VMblaf ton, - tor p u JLtot two hitadrejd luTeatloM W4afeil, Idea ftsm SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call; H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. HTANFOIID, Buffet Parlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Can, Prlvat Compartment Cars, Llegant Coache and Din- lug 1,0 rs. NEW YORK. lie tnre your tickets read via "HIO FOUIt" E. O. McCOItMICK, D. Ik MAItTIN, rassenjerlTrattto Mgr flen. Pass. 4 Tkt, Agt. reasonable rates. All kinds of rcpilrlng done at 'cmCINNATI, OHIO. batUfactlon guira iteed.. Upholstering a KY. scllty. . --: k j i, kl - nati , Sk . Aft. "ttm& u Crffta.w jw. . ,sPsi(rrritSTiifl"rl.r iMMu -- s