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NO. 3 Our people will welcome your photo- - W, Farniurn tiro complaining tlit thoy Mayor Bishop, of Middlosboro, wants flddreSS. tiro not able on account of the wcathor to be Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen- grapher, Mr. A. J. Earp, and will make 2& Tho Hovoral furini of our papor nam- - lo ,, n , his visits profitable. WQrk am, ayo ! 1 . ffi b(jiml eral. a0 Hll JV 1AI Ji. oyoiror.lntny judgment, a coiiHimit r AI--4 V ' JM 2J - " Deputy Collector Thomas Austin hns .; J JlIilrta camnlu'fl court lay rollcci A Casey county man had the imimrs. '.' uinlmrniHHtnoiit to thugovorniiio.it and uwiund last Tiuwduy with a docket of measles and whooping cough all at tho returned from a trip through the moun- - Mj to a safe balance In the treasury, tuln9 on official business. h1x ciwo g;JJ In Cftch hliUmco one tv same time. Falls Uranch and other Coals, nlso all kinds of Feeds so'd at the folWith adoquato revenue secured, but Wl8 8U(,(1 ,jy iui0thur to ,.eeoV(n. a (leb lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. "anna must nave Dccn lorgetiui oi P. W. Green has bought another sa- not until then, wo can enter upon such As thy oonlOHtatlts faUed tQ thu facl tlmt Gov- - Hradlcy is from Gar- n m)t loon at Lexington, the changes In our tlsotil laws as will, while u clW0 W(W u,lc(1 lard county, when he sent the message l-2Tobo's Place on Mill street, c. injuring safety and volume to our tnon-- , dictating regarding the appointment of J; Clilimh' , bccomln nt fo,. The Farls Co's. store at London i I.. t.w K."- -" uyluiuiiKuriiiiiiuuu...b ,vtiit- - W. W. Withers 'at this place in the caught fire last week, but was saved a Senator. At House, with one cunt added for deliverv insido town limits. Corn '&& mont tho necessity of maintaining ho furilIlllP0 buHnciIII Bl, und01.taklnP, without much damage by hard work. A evero wind and rain storm swept II from SO to 3oc per bushel. Oats from 30 to 35c per bushel. Hay, 40 to COc per lt)0 pounds. large a gold reserve, with its attendant Millet, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 ti b,Mk ,nt() a btlsIncd3 fo,. wh,ch ho R.T. Pierce, who was nostmastor over portions of this eounty last Friday, and inevitable temptations to specula Is iHiculiarly fitted, being a practical under Harrison, wants to be jostmas- - dolnS uiuch damage to trees and fenc- - j2 lbs. Shipstuff, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. Goc per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands. Ca.l and sec us buying. tiou. embalmer and having had experience tor of Liberty, and he will likely get '" euiii in un uuecwons nof a Tho experiment ana blowing down a tobacco barn for J. as funeral director. there. m commission to revise tho coinage, bankWes,t' Greening & Swopo kept livery stable Mayor Griffin, of Somerset, has or- -. ing uml currency laws, is worth a trial, for one day In D. S. Carpenter's stable dered John and Earnest Selbel, of that all dogs be kept tied or muz-- 1 and, In my opinion, it can but prove which they had rented for the purpose zled till after tho 20th. Numerous mad Orvllle, O.. who have been here some , beneliclal to tho entire country. of engaging In tho business here. They dogs in and around the town caused tho llmti WL'nt to Danville last Friday in Tho question of international bimet- then paid Mr. Carpenter Si") to release or,lol.. company wiui j . u. uuuey, wnere ttiey r,t CI .... n..l l. f.w.tl (I.... .....,.. allism will have early and earnest at- them from their contract with him and George Perkins sold 40 shares of limnrllt Dr. standard-bre- d tention. horses for ?1,200. moved back to Morelaud. First National Hank stock to various : It will bo my constant endeavor to Tho Hustonvlllo Minstrel Co., whose parties at $'tii and retired from the diA young business man from Lincoln, with tho oth- successful exhibition at this place lust who has cast his lot with us, will lead hecuro it by rectory of the bank. Somerset Reer great commercial powers of tho I clday night has been noticed in the porter. one of our gifted young ladies to the world. Inteiuok, gave one of their clean and T. Allen, of ttiglo Valley, marriage altar on the 17th. I am not David Wo should have more revenue, and laughable entertainments at McKIn-mj- y Ore., and Miss Mattle Parker were at liberty to give names, but the event. that without delay, hindrance or Friday night. Next Friday they married in Pulaski county. Tho couple win occur, nie curious win oe torceu cxjiect to go to Liberty. The boys gave had been sweethearts for nearly 20 to guess for the present. to a great Tho country Is clearly opiw-c- d It is given as a tip that when the show and evinced a degree of years, 18 of which the groom has been any needless additions to the subjects talent that surprised even their most away. present board of pension examiners at ' of Internal revenue taxation, and Is partial admirers. Deputy U. S. Marshal Kit Glllisplc this place is dissolved, the new board ' committed by Its latest popular utterwill consist of Drs. Kinnalrd, Anion A now ordinance was passed by tho made a raid on moonshiners ance to tho system of tarllT taxation. city council at their session last week, county, and captured Martin Wilson, and Mays. It is believed their work, Tho jwoplo have declared that such making it a misdemeanor to train or Noah Taylor, James Passmoro, Milt will be increased, as there will likely WHAT A FINE LINE legislation should be had as will give break hornos on Main street and assess- Wilson and Sam Hrown and took them be legislation favoring additional penample protection and encouragement ing a fine for each olfeno. The festive away for trial. sions. to the Industries and tho development hog, however, still has the run of Main The young ladies' missionary society G. Monroe Hrown, one of the wealthof our country. of the Christian church will give a restreet, and tho private yards and gar- iest and best men In Casey, died last Protective loglstatlon has always dens as well, with all of his inalienable week. He was a useful eiti.en and will ception at Mrs. Wesley West's on Mon- -' been the tirmost prop of the treasury. rights unabridged. bo sadly mis-eThe grip caiwed his day evening, loth, when a new and atSpecial attention should be given to Tho district convention of the Chris- death. His brother, William Hrown, tractive feature will be introduced. Adof tho reciprocity tian Endeavor Societies the will bo held died of the same trouble only two mission 15 cents. The old and the principle. young are expected to be present and this year in Hustonvlllo on April 23, weeks previous. Lynching mint not be tolerated In a J I and Excellent programs have J. IJ. Robinson bought the L. G. Co-- ! contribute to tho noble work. w e are getting in the great and elvlll.od country like the beon arranged for each day of tho mint stock of dry goods, shoo etc., ' hlsl Thursday at tho home of the United States: courts no mobs must meeting and prominent sjHtakors from early in the week and afterwards let hride in Kirksville, Mr. J. T. Royce.of execute tho penalties of tho law. Johnson a distance will be present. Aboti' 150 "Kee" Kinnalrd and Mr. II. T. Noel l'ft,nl Lick' nmX Ml&s Mlir-V Immunity should be granted to none delegated are expected as well o onue is a uaugmer in a in on the deal. The exact disposition w,lc ,mur,e(U who violate the laws, whether Individ- large number of visitors from n of the late M. W. Johnson, the of it lia not yet been determined. uals, corporations orcoinmunltlos. life insurance agent, who car-- J towns. Complete programs MIddlesboro News. ' It will lw our til in to pursue a firm for each day will be published later. The fiscal court of Mercer fixed the ried $110,000 on his life, and whose bodv and dignified foreign jwliey. which was exhumed to ascertain the cause of! W. D. W'catherford has gone to Hot county levy at 10 cents and ordered an shall be just, impartial, ever watchful Springs Ark., whore he oxieetH to election on the bond Issue for turn his sudden death. of our National honor, and always In- spend a few weeks. Sid Adams bus pikes. The wife of James Downey was ' The best feature in the president's sisting uon tho enforcement of tho beon sick for a few days. Miss Susie allowed !."() for the supjort of her inaugural address is its brevity. Plenlawful rights of American citizens ev- Ellis, of Stanford, was the guest of Miss ty of white wash was spread on the worse man orpiianeu ueorge ery where. Our diplomacy should seek Am Wright lam week. Mrs. J. G. Hohon was elected cniutren. Sayings. pernicious doctrines which were advo- - And Fit Like Tailor Made for.Only 10. There lias never treasurer. nothing more and accept nothing less Weathorlord, of Milldale, and children i Two of the gates on the Kirksvillo citeu, oui ioriunateiy u iook oui uttie UGe" au Equal. than is due us. We want no wars of are the guests of relatives here. Mrs. and Lancaster road in Madison, were time. If the prize fight and the hang- avoid tho tempta- Mary Logan is visiting conquest; wo must relatives in torn down and hauled awav on wagons. lug can be finished as hurriedly and re-tion of territorial aggression. u, iu, aim Danville. Miss Margaret Hopper, of A tliliil L':it..:it Round Hill wni ttirnm! BU,U '" ,,,ur ?i Arbitration Is the true method of tho Perryvllle, who has been visiting rela'if the governor would make a 43d rea ..1 t.i...... r3VV4 ..,, ti llUUUlil Ilibl,U3 ill II tit! tltU M'tLloment of International as well as tives here, has returned home. Phil and addressed one to the county judge, son for calling the Legislature togeth local or Individual differences. Coinbcsl, of Liberty, was in town a few directing him to answer their demands er by requesting them to enact a law Tho ImjKjrtanco and moral influence days ago. Ho forgot to have tho measprohibiting foot ball, the country through the press this week. of the ratification of such a treaty les when ho was a child and had would derive some benefits from, the to (meaning the general arbitration trea- make up for the oversight recently and prominent events of this month. MT. VERNON, All the Latest and Most Stylish. ty) can hardly bo over estimated In tho is still feeling weak from tho attack. Mr. R. H. Batson has returned from About 100 pupils are enrolled at the Knoxvllle, where he has been looking cause of advancing civilization. Quite a sjorin p.i?ted over this place Our naturalI.atlon and Immigration Friday. Two largo pine trees in .las. College. after interests in the Southern BuildThe candidates registered last Thurs- ing & Loan Association, which was relaws should be further Improved to tho Fryo's yard went down before the fury constant promotion of a safer, better of the wind, one being uprooted and day and in consequence a largo crowd cently placed in the hands of a temporwas In town. and a higher citizenship. ary receiver. Re says the ease will be inio broken off. The tobacco barn of Mr. John Klrby was thrown from his called In court this week and that a Illiteracy must be banished from the Waller Greening on the Pattou place To Miss our Line to be in Style. land. was blown down. It was u largo barn horse and badly hurt, but was able to permanent receiver will likely be apReforms In the civil service, must go pointed to conduct the business, while and full of tobacco. Two men were in come In to register. S1S3 on. Hut the changes should bo real Mr. J. W. Baker has moved Into the evidence is being taken on the issue of the barn stripping tobacco when the fWwlVI J. L. FHOHMAN k CO., DANVILLE. Kentucky. not perfunctory, or and genuine, storm struck it, but they ran out in house recently vacated by his son, U. tho solvency of the company. They prompted by a zeal In behalf of any have appointed a committee to get time to miss being burled under Its G. linker, on McCoy Avenue. party, simply because It happens to be Two boys named Prewittand Walker proof of its solvency and he believes ruins. Two horses were caught under In jower. the barn when It fell and were extrica- were put in jail last week for burning that It will be established. In that 1 shall deem It my duty ns president ted with considerable difficulty, but down the house of a Mr. Bryant after event it will be turned over to J. H. SOWDER, to convene Congress In extraordinary were agement and business will be not seriously injured. Trees were first driving him away from home. ESTATE EXCHANGE, MANAGER. session on Monday, tho 15th day of Tho favorable reports from the oil Otherwise tho business will bo uprooted and fences blown down all March, 181)7. along the track of the storm. Dr. well at B rod head have made property They paid $500,000 on withdrawals in INTERIOR JOURNAL BUILDING: Concluding he congratulates the so valuable in this county that parties 1S0G and their liberal withdrawal of party lines Humphrey was In tho fourth story of have No. 5. situated jutt outside country on obllberatlon coite from the far West to see clause, together with the pressure of PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. splendid turnpike nud between of city limits on a mill during the storm and says that town aud mid hcctiml nasslons. Tho triumph of the about old deeds, etc., that were burned tho times, will furnish the reason for splendid duelling, barn and all nccostary outbuild a barrel of water that lacked eight l'arm No. 1. Situate! iu Lincoln rouuty, Ky., lugs, ample water for Iwtli domestic and stock tho people whose verdict Is now carl their condition at present. This farm is all underwood fence aud inn near Dlx llle, iimMiiiln,; M0 ucn, wltli a ft no, inches of being full was caused to years ago. ed Into elTect Is not the triumph of sec qualturn, all neeeviary statu of Kldcr Farrar preached au excellent II. A. B. Marksbury has bought an- larifu lirlck tin filing, two ginxi fence; tineonhard of nlgli aro first cultivation, iu fact its producing counsplash over by the rocking of the buildila. and second to none In the ities outliulliliuiP), all under Kd tlon nor of a party, but of all sections sermon to young men last Sunday other lot of hemp from parties near uloiit 35U mi's mudu from a careful and prudent ty; iu addition to this it Is contiguous to the city, ing. rarletlm- This farm Ulna which is a blessing In tho nay of lielng cla-- to the ' selection ol and all tho people. Let us rejoice and night. He is a fascinating speaker Bryantsville, amounting to about 0 lilli ktato of cultivation nud will produce iu quali- fine educatlouat and religious facilities, l'rice f fraternal spirit and man cultivate tho half cash, balance in aud 'J )tars. In spite of denials many people at while the sincerity of his utterances pounds, which, together with the ty and inutility that ot any farm hi Lincoln counNo. 7. Near Crali Orchard, containing IJJ acres, ifestations of good will, which ho will Washington believe there is something are peculiarly impressive. Mr. A. J. 300,000 pounds reported in tho last let- ty. lrice $li) per acre; terms easy. well lmproed in every particular and nicely locaNo. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., do everything In his power to promote in a story, circulated last week to tho Fish united with tho church. ted, l'rice SIC per acre; terms liberal. ter, was purchased at $3.30 per hun300 ains, well Improved, all under fence, 100 acres, fine No. 23. brick and Increase. Ho repeated his oath. effect that Mr. Cleveland and Mr. 01- well watered, tine liody ol tlmhtr, 75 actei of rhtr dwelling Contains Mrs. Willis H. Adams died last Fri- dred insteud of $3.2."i ns stated. Garsplendid barn and all outliottoiu, in fine condition for any kind of farming buildings,with 6 rooms,never falllug water, together ofllco of ney quarreled last Wednesday i will faithfully execute tho volumes of about day from tho effects of measles at her rard eounty produces about 1,."00,000 product l'rice SIS per acre, cash In with a soil that will give satisfaction In the yield-lupresident of tho United States, and, tho giving out of those dispatches from home about eight miles from here. She pounds of hemp and about 500,000 hand, lulauco In I and '2 curs. of any kind of larm products. Situated on good plte, close to school aud church, l'rlto Sis per will, to the best of my ability, pre Consul General Lee, which convicted was a daughter of Mr. II. II. Baker, of pounds of tobacco annually; and there No. 3. Contains ISO acres, good lmprovemc nt easy terms. nice location serve, protect and dofend the United the State Department of a lack of this place, a noble wife andmotherund is a strong feeling among our enter- excellent water, line apple orchard, from Stautord. aire; Mora houo two storied high, new stock of 32. ery productive, about 3 miles I frankness, general merchandise, which will moire Si,500; States, adding: "This obligation to put it mildly. prising citizens to erect a factory here I'rlco e3,0O. beloved by all who knew her. three dwellings with good stable, ware and buggv outbuildings .with have reverently taken before tho Lord Situated tn Lincoln county and contalm liouso and all According to rejiorts recently made Mrs. Hugh Miller is quite ill with and put these crops in a condition to be 95 No. I. all of which U fine, productive, rher liot- did wells aud cisterns to each dwelling; thesplentotal acres, Most High. To keep It will bo my sin by the adjutant gcnoral of tho army malarial fever. Miss Iola Han&el has sold direct to the merchants or the toiu, with splendid Improvements, all under good amount of land Uon which the buildings stand is acres. Cost of building the store houyi and manufacturer. Certainly this would fence, plenty of ue er falllns water and will glo purpose, my constant prayer, and I this country is able to put into the entered tho Normal class of Mrs. to thrcti dwellings wasSJOQO aod tho laodSI.OOO. The tine hemp, tobacco aud corn. I'rlco help the laboring classes and the farshall confidently rely upon tho forbear field not less than 10,024,000 men, none present price for all the ab.o property S5(UK). school. Mr. S. II. Martin was mer alike. It would also be a good In- terms easy. anco and assistance of all the eoplo in under IS, and none more than 40 years tn town Saturday. Mr. Charley s vestment for tho capitalist. It is sug- Liiad Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Furtho discharge of my solemn responsi- of age. New York State, It is estimawas hero last week. Mrs. Capps gested that those, who have been unnished, Kcnts Collected. Write to J. II. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. bilities." -ted, could send to tho front 800,000 men. got up u petition for tho pardon of her fortunate in enterprises away from 5 this matter under considerhome, take Tho damage by floods in Alabama is son, Jack Adams, from tho peniten- ation and establish an enterprise that Walling has sent a letter to Gov. will not only be profitable, but one that Bradley denying his guilt of the mur- worse than at first rcot'ted. A cloud- tiary. m many buildings at The new Baptist church wa filled will be under their own, personal of Pearl Uryan, saying that Jack-eo- n burst destroyed der had promised to oxhonorato him, Prattsvillo, Selma suffered much, and Sunday to its utmost seating capacity in Some fellow bus sued the editor of but had failed to do so. Ho asks the throughout tho State many railroad honor of tho dedication. KIder Wardway ap tho iNTKUIOIt .Touknal for llbol, on 1 governor to Investigate and save his bridges were washed away and much er delivered a sermon 1 damage was done to farms. proprlato to the occasion. The church occount of something gleaned from anlife. New Seeds in Papers and Bulk Guaranteed tho Best. - is virtually out of debt and Is a hand- other paper. Tho follow had better Pension Attorney Garreston, of ChilA guard on tho Great Western Road K: In England has traveled over 4,000,000 llcothc, O., finds that William Melott some structure, onojof which any town let that alone, for if he has got charac1 miles In tho past 40 years, which en- - and his 12 sons, of Wheeling, W. Va., might well bo proud. A true spirit of ter to bo injured he has hurt It more iki & 1 titles him to tho distluctlon of being enlisted in tho Union army tho same brotherly love was shown; tho morning himself than the publication could do, day. services of the Christian church wore for tho people have got to bellevo that traveler on earth. every thing in tho lino at & tho greatest New Rods and Reels, best Bass Lines and a train on tuo Missouri racitlc was omitted, Elder Farrar andjtho congre- when a follow sues for money and charLower Prices. A junk dealer at Muncie, Iud., made his will saying that he had a premoni- wrecked 100 miles west of St. Louis gation uttendingj.thlsj.service. Elder acter, nine times out of 10 both pf these tion that he would not llvo long. Ho and R. A. Rosenberger, a postal clerk, Carmical, tho pastor' of tho church, commodities are scarce among his pos1 $ of liioomlngton, 111., was burned to made a beautiful dedicatory prayer and sessions. Somerset Paragon. dropped dead three hours later. Very Best Drugs and Chemicals. Prices Low, Oouipounded from tho Some fellow up in the mountains has all went homo feellngithankful that It Is now against tho law for express death. Kit Bolton, a desperate character such eaanest workers for Christ King- brought suit against Editor Walton for conmaules or any other common carri er to transport obsceno matter and tho who has been evading arrest for somo dom are at the holm us Messrs. P. D. publishing an Item which tho aforesaid authorities are ordered to .time, was found dead near Hindman Colyer, Henry audj George Gentry, fellow thinks has bespotted his fair with a bullot hole through hia toinple. Jona McKenzie aud Dr. E. J. Brown, name. Shucks Lancaster Record. look after tho violations. Points Frorn McKinlev's VICINITY NEWS. i' rfT . fftcin V- -i CS- 7Tn!TTrr7nrCl If Ja r , -- P I well-know- i. I or Coal Fron? 7c to 11 I I e tit-for- - non-partis- 1 M. I J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. I I 4 n THE BAND PLAYED ON liiJ-Cae- y , d. Spring Goods Nobbiest And '. I -- ug well-know- i Neatest Suits I j W .... I l"-'il"- "iu i Neckwear, Shirts, Shoes and Hats Y CJ AFF0BD minnf? x ii inniu rir nino snLiWnj)Lj0 EiREAL toll-gat- s. -- - o 2."0,-00- 0, 1 to-stor- y one-thir- d g I uinx-tsar- pro-duc- e Nes-bitt- 's Hig-gln- tgpssi LflNDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS. I FISHING TACKLE I s I i post-oillc- e I s ! smmkmmmmsmmmss W, B. MoROBEHTS. !...-&.- - I vf(-iK- . - ii ii II M I iiilHrilMHiij UMIlTWHmiiiinii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., Mar. 9, 1897 W. P. WALTON. C if 1 V J r. J y As indicated in last issue, Gov. Brad-IcA. T. Wood, of Mt. appointed Hon. Sterling. U. S. Senator to till the- vacancy caused by tho expiration of the term of Senator Blackburn and called an extra session of the Legislature to convene on the 13th. In addition to electing a Senator, he names 41 other of tho Midway De Tub matters for the body to consider ns 101 curtailing posit Bank, W. M. Shlpp. was given lows: Laws nirainst mobs, ollicial salaries, fees and costs of every two years for making false entries and branch of tho public service and pre- there nro 13 other Indictments against venting the burdening ol the court of him. The jury at first stood 10 for 10 appeals, amending the criminal law on years, one for eight and tho other ungrand larceny, allowing the State in- decided. On hearing of the verdict, Asspector a stenographer, providing for sistant Cashier Stone, who is also inthe payment of the floating debt and dicted for crookedness, skipped and failed to answer when his case was callcurrent expenses, abandoning tho penitentiary and providing for ed. Shipp Is in jail and his sentence is additional room at Frankfort, amend- generally approved. This seems to be ing or changing law for erection of a bad year for bad bankers. houses of reform and providing for The Harrodsburg Democrat man has funds for their erection, revising the sworn that the horse is 10 feet high and election lawB, providing for election of sticks to it. He is also as facetious as school trustees by secret ballot, redi- he Is foxy, and being bound to his idols, sricting the SUUe, creating extra cir- he worships them with a devotion worcuit court districts if necessary, author- thy of a better cause. Speaking of izing revision or alteration of statute principle, isn't it somewhat unprincilaws, legalizing tho discounting of asy- pled to bind yourself by your presence lum warrants and providing for imand acts to support the nominees of provements of the institutions, pre- your party and then fly the track when testifying, reventing convicts from you don't get your mun or your platlieving litigants who have actions form? pending in tho court of apieals for two years, enlarging powers of board of Considered by their positlon? pharmacy, compelling State banks and Gov. Bradley's layout of work for the otlinr mnnev lcndintr institutions to ovtrn snulnn.,...-- .. nf tho tlio t.tt print quarterly reports anu primuiai; bark louse Is more than twice as impor-fo- r an inspector and examiner, amend- - tant th(J clectIon of a s Senator ing statutes In cities of second class, and a gten0ffraphcr for the State '.for punishment of persons 8pectormuch moro lmpoPtant than the Nut wood, for 8450. Ad vocate. who interrupt speakers or attempt to paigingof revenue to meet the State's Five thousand Arizona cattle were To hand down and Merchant Tniloring Goo Is in Great Variety. He Mire and call; abridge tho right of free speech, pro- - (efldtj But tho gonlal governor has we will alwayH treat you right. recently sold nt Kansas City at 815.55, tecting trees and plants from the rav- - e brought 870,000. h on hls mind to put lt to wool The entire lot ages of the San Jose scale, amending atherjnj,t Lyon & Allen bought in Madison 47 laws as to trust companies, making cat-li- e Ami nt figures that will prove thnt they yearlings, two and are cheap. Ladled Shoes from II, up. Miss-eThe democrats in Congress laws governing owners of mines and 20 hogs at 3c. Shoes from 75c, up. Children's Shoes, 23c, up. Men's Shoes at $1, up. Hoys' at 3i to 31c and applicable to gas and oil well mously passed resolutions eulogistic of Potts & Duerson, millers at Rich- Shoe?, 00c, up. owners, amending tho law as to Issual Speaker Reed's fairness and courtesy, of wheat in mond, bought a of bonds by counties, empowering sink- - This is in sharp contrast with tho windl. this county, at i3c Jessamine ing fund commissioners to reinvest Ing up of the previous session of which 8103,000 belonging to the State Agrl-- ( Reed was speaker. They couldn't Wayne A. UHHANSKY A CO , I'Roranrroits. Will have 40 1 and College and issue bonds for demn his arbitrary rulings too strongly county cattle for wilu the 15th. DeT. D. KAXKY, Ma.naokh. same, protecting coal miners against j then. Either the Czar has changed or horned and good colors. J. F. Cook, convict coal into the the democrats have changed, most like- I'arN, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawreneeburg, Oymhiaiia, Versailles, the shipment of Rowland. Georgetown, F.lizabcthtown, Frankfort, and Manckport, Ind. State, providing for the submission of ly both. Star Pointer, 2:02, brought 815,000. constitutional amendments to the voJames A. Murphy, of Chicago, got him The military and civic parade at the ters of tho State, fixing the boundaries at tho Madison Square Garden, Now ImCornelius .v. bliss. of cities and towns contiguous to oth- - inaugural was the largest and most York, bale. er Slates, amending laws governing posing ever seen at Washington and the This is the gentleman omitted from Wanted. Five Durham bulls and night was gorgeous beyond the cabinet crowd last lsue. Ho is a cities of tho 4th class, those relating to, 1U at three Jersey heifers. Give full de- A Ilandbomc Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each flO's Worth of Goods. New Yorker and will scription and lowest cash price. J. F. We have Just opened a largo and comprehensive stock of ollicial indcxers, those concerning pub- - ordinary imagination, but the hotel n lie printing and stationery, to fecilitate keepers say they entertained fewer peo-th- preside over tho Interior Department, Cook, Rowland. iInottnn of taxes and nrovidinir I)le than U9Unl- - Tho Hguratlvo pie which includes that of pensions. Carpenter Bros., of Mlilersburgsold ar- for oxhaustion of all other remedies hunters evidently ate the genuine to Mr. Johnson, ui Ireland, a borrol ao walk-tro- t News Briefly Told before selling land, to clearly define tide from the lunch counters. gelding for 8000 and a harThe ladies are especially invited to see our now lino of Dining Tables and pass laws to carry into effect Sec. Five men were killed in an explosion ness gelding for 8300. Hookers, Easloi, Hicttiruf.Ac Gov. McCreary has made even his Hicturu Frames mado to order. Work 205, 244 and 240 of the constitution, bought of James and prico Knanicled Hcds.Inect our lino of Cul. Underwood guaranteed. of gas in Boston. Uouclie. .Mirrors and Window Shades changing time for insurance compan- enemies praise him. The Richmond Dnhme & Co., the great Cincinnati Bennett, of Madison, a laws for cities Pantagraph devoted nearly a column 8c CO. ies' reports, amending Jones A. did his du-- I jewelry firm, have made an assignment. jack for 8200 and sold to Rolort of the 0th class, amending Sec. 22 Art. to his public service. "He a cow and calf for 825. girl committed suicide A amend ty and did it well and is the best repre-- I 3, Chap. 100 Public Acts Rumont, tho home of the late "Good bentativo the district ever had," aro at St. Louis, because she "was tired of ing Sec. 15, Art. 2, Chap. 4S, Acts '1)4, Ike" Shelby, consisting or w acres living." amending law concerning inspection some of the high compliments it pays Tho Park Theater, at Indianoolis near Lexington, was bought at auction him. and nweighing of grain in elevators, Is by W. L. Land, for 820,400. was destroyed by lire. The lo-- s e und graineries, regulating soon as time took from Mr. Cleve- 3100,000. J. W. Given has returned from LexAs jurisdiction of courts, amending the land the cares of office, he struck for a ington, Miss., where ho handled 130 Al Woods, colored, was shot and killAct providing for the creation and reg- North Carolina duck pond and Is now horses and mules and did fairly well, ed by Policeman McGaughey at ulation of private corporations, regu- engaged In his favorite pastime, unaw-e- d though trade was not us good us last lating fees of secretary and assistant by his enemies and unmindful of his Thomas Hatley, a Dayton, O., youth, winter. secretary of State and the passage of friends. Mrs. Clevelund went at once J. T. Donovan, of Montgomery, has a his father an act allowing cities and towns to buy to their new home at Princeton, N. J. attempted suicide because Poland China sow three years old, that whipped him. property for taxes, and hold same subhas had six litters of pigs divided as 10, was ject to redemption as to real estate. Kentucky was not represented In to Jesse Newton, agedKokomo, trampled follows: 11,17,15,17,17, 15, making Ind., by death at school at This Is enough business to keep an av- tho inaugural parade, but Sam Rob05 pigs. his playmates. erage Legislature In session for a year erts, of the Lexington Leader, was perL. B. Givens bought 100 barrels tf Wo claim for , ho The Missouri Legislature passed a and as there Is no limit to an extra ses- mitted to cross his legs under the prescorn from Charles Robinson at 81.25. g bill imposing u license on hint, Tl,nt it will out last any sion provided for in the constitution, ident's mahogony and act as one of the otliur A lot of shoats sold at 3c and 21 long we predict that tho session will only family, so wo are still In the ring by u und pool selling. logs led to tho killing yearling cattle at 3Jc Harrodsburg A quarrel over end to give place to the next Legisla- large majority. Wl" W"i,,, a dM a ' of Ike Gri tilth by loggers on the Ohio Democrat. can with a OSLIii ture. Judge A. R. Burnam, of the court of side, near Mays vi lie. Comparisons are odorous, Mr. In an explosion in a mine at Hunt- appeals, has purchased of Major John Hanna, the man who makes presi- Shakespeare once remarked, therefore Sam Stone farm of 300 dents, dictates their policy and whose we will simply observe that the retir- ington, Ark., one man was killed and D. Harris, tho city, for 823,000. Richacres, near this word has always been tho law to those ing lady of the White House discounts 35 injured, some fatally. At Higginsvllle, Mo., D. M. Elllng, a mond Register. who bend tho pregnant hinges of tho the present occupant in beauty and R. Cobb, Jr., of Boyle, bought in may follow fawning, gives her several points in the game. bank cashier, was killed by his assistknee that thrift bull calf of the Ohio a fine short-hor- n & ant as the result of a petty quarrel. has at last run up against a snag. He hornless variety for $300. His pedigree called out essayed to dictate his duty to Gov. WilIt is just this way: If tho republi- Tho fire department-waarm and ho Is a splen liam O'Conncll Bradley and got called cans in the Senato need Bradley's man at Washington, Ind., to rescue women is as long us your did specimen. Answering Wood, he will bo seated, precedent or and children from Hooded homes. down most beautifully. Tho Western Tobacco Journal says urging him to hur- no precedent. If not, not. That's all Sam George was given three years at Hanna's dispactch Princeton for Inducing another Negro that P. H. Mayo & Bro., of Richmond, ry up theextra session, Kentucky's gov- there is in tho contention. Va., paid tho highest price over paid to swear that he set fire to a house. ernor couches his language In words a foru hogbhead of Burley, $3.10 a pound, The crows of two vessels which wcro trifling moro diplomatic, but which POLITICS. "early $5,000 for tho hogshead. wrecked on the Spanish coast wora plainly mean "Mind your own business West Virginia has her first republi- drowned. There were 27 men who lost II. II. Uronaugh soldtoKltChenault, cringing and I'll attend to mine." The 25 of Madison, 40 long yearling steers at their lives. little fellows who expected pie through can executive for years. x uuijia j owui d ihiui- Col. John Henderson has been apMiss Gertrude Lucas, the Pembroke )u Uliu iu x. tho governor's influence are scared to pointed United States Senator by Gov. girl who lost a leg and three fingers of aging 700 ponnds at 3c. He also sold death over his action, but thoughtful at 3.115. her right hand In a railroad accident, the tall end of his bunchto D. N. Prew-Itmen of both parties commend his Bloxham, of Florida. Do you need spectacles ? If so have your cyoi teUed nt onco at sold t It is said that Perry J. Heath, late will recover. J. II. Crutchtleld pluck and admire him more for his de100 shoats at He. Anderson & Spll- managing editor of the Cincinnati The grand jury at Franklin indicted termination to brook no interference week of Hobt. G. EvIn matters, tho result of which he is Commercial Gazette, will be public George Dinning for tho murder of man boht this printer. ans 225 acres of growing wheat at 05 Spectacles and Nose Glasfej from Whltecapper Conn, but ho will not lo alono responsible', Meanwhile Hanna 25 cent up. We are S pcclalists in the fitting o Dr. Gardner, of Hopkinsvillc, is tho tried till June. cents. Tho millers tay they paid too is going dround with his head in a sling Spectacles. ' Shcriir Plummcr made application much for it. Advocate. since he got hit, while people aro In man who will succeed Dr. Letcher as n w,iU reHMJU U,BS "u,m quiring, "What's tho matter with Han suderlntendent of the Western Insane for troohs to preserve order at tho' Bright's farm were not ablo to make Asylum. Jackson-Wallin- g hanging. Gov. Brad- naiV" Cheapest in piico and best in qui'ity. bond and It was put up at auction yen- Tho resignation of Supt. Letcher, of ley has promised to comply. The Covington Commonwealth Is tho Hopklnsvillo Asylum, was presentIn a flro at Worcester, Mass., manyiterday when it brought $3:17 and was 6T Full Lino of Surgical Supplies. putting on airs. It has doubled its size ed and immediately accepted by Gov. flwmnti wnm inhirad. two are ronorted gotten by J. W. Bright. It is near S6 ,. i.v i.nn Hii.wi nml . Hubbloaud contains 150 acres. wni-tand being printed in clear, new type, Bradley. Day. Tho crowd was hardly pretty typographically as it is Auditor Stone'sjreport shows that on nearly $1,000,000 was destroyed. Couiit it is as bright in opinions and chuck full of March 1 the total doflclt in tho State's Tho roply of Grceco to thonotoof tho up to tho average, but those who were nowa. Under tho business management general expenditure und school funds Powers it is said will refuse to with- hero did a good deal of trading. Near200 or more cattle on tho of Mr. Edward Durham and tho edi- was $320,653.53. THE 9REAT BJJSINESS .TRAINING SCHOOL FVTfcJE SOUTH. draw Its forces from Crete, on tho ly u of the sold, the best bringing 4c. of Mr. Laurie J. Blake-l- y Four of tho appropriation bills failed. ground that tho recall of tho troops market torial control CUOUATK H01DIN0 DKC POSITIONS. would bo tho signal for pillage and Butcher stun sold at 2i to 3e; yearlings tho paper has taken on a new President Cleveland withheld his MCOMMCNDED BY THE LEAOUtC SUSINtSS MEN Of d of the Sundry Civil, the Agri- murder. King George has sent orders 3 to 3c; two and cattlo lease of life and is not only a credit to to tho commander of the Greek forces all concerned in Us get up, but to Us cultural and thejlndian bills, and the In Crete to hold all positions now occu- 3J to 4c. A few mules sold at $40 to $50, QauKieimmrxis. ieatlf'&U ' ' but no horses were sold publicly. j Deficiency blll.falled in conforenco. city as well. pied by him. 1 El-mo- ro We give the salient features of Inaugural address on our first page. There 19 nothing especially notable about It, except a sort of a strnin-o- d otTnrt to bo us honest in expression as possible under the circumstances Everything Is subordinated to his pet lK)licy of protection and Congress Is called to meet In extra session March l("i to pass laws in conformity with It, Heed says it will do In which SiMuiker two weeks. On the money question he Is rather vaguo but tries to hold out hope to the discontented and suffering by talking about international bimetallism. As a whole the document is neither profound nor very interesting. Mc-Kinlcer Ed-dvll- le ovtm-minntln- n 1 s R. L. 130 acres mediately expired. keepers say White. Tho Washington hotel Allerton, 2:0ti, will make tho season that the crowd at the inauguration Thursday was tho smallest inaugura- at- T.oxngtan. F. P. Bishop bought of Mark Hardin tion crowd since 1881. a lot of hogs at 3c. Gov. McCreary indignantly denies Sam Bryant bays that Dr. Catlett the report that he Is going to Chicago to live. He is coining back to Rich-me- n will win the Derby. a Houanza for tho people this ucok It's We refer to our big clcaranco snlo now O. P. Huffman bought of M. D. this week which will always be in progress in order to mnke room for our a few hogs at 3c. his home. J. P. Hubble sold to G. A. Swlne-broa- d The new president is democratic in 10 calves at $17.50. one respect at least. He startled the Tewksbury hus been offered $5,000 Washlngtonians by clinging to his Canton habits and taking a long walk profit for John R. Gentry. Tom Nowland, Jr., sold to Woods ,fc through the streets. Which is arriving every day. Thu Phenomenal Unrgains we offer, tlionbsoluto Lynn a lot of sheep at 81.50. Gov. Lord, of Oregon, apjolnted of values und the stylo nil considered ronder this palo ono of more than At Bartlott's sale near Perryville, 50 United States Senator Corbett ordinary interest to tho purchasing public We deem further comment useless. to fill the vacancy caused by tho fail- barrels of corn sold at 81.75. J. T. Royalty, of Mercer, has 37 owes ure of the Legislature to elect at its recent session. Mr. Corbett is an advo- that have dropped 02 lambs. Luclllo's Baby Is the name of a trotcate of the gold standard. Ed Parker, of Lon- ting horse with a record of 2:20. Senator An elevator and 000,000 bushels of don, left for home this morning after a four weeks' business trip to Washing- grain burned at Peoria, III. Loss 8350,-00ton. Senator Parker has made himSales of 75 to 100 ound shouts at 3.20 self one of the most iopular Kentuck-ian- s Plaid dress goods, formci prico 12., go now at Bo. arc reported In tho Winchester Demowho ever visited Washington. crat, Cor. Courier Journal. Good apron "in"hnins only I Ac a vard. best Percales, a Thomas Walker bought In the West Tho Loulsvillo Now just 'sposcn. yard wide, newest patterns, only Oe, Mosonvillu Lonsdale Times thus supposes: Supjwso Wood End a lot of fat heifers and steers at 3 is elect, to 3Jc. ana uniit ol Loom cotton only 7c, Comforts and Blankets is not admitted and no Senator e cinch, Ball Bros., of Woodford, have sold go at half price. Seamless ed, both pretty nearly black hose only fie in all sizes, es, won't old Kentucky, like that Con- their spotted gelding by Monto Chrlsto cotton oc only, Ladies' good Calf and Grain Shoes lloosier federate soldier, be "right In the mid- for 8750. George' Pendleton bold to John Pop- - at 85c worth $1.25, do. Dongola 90c, worth dle of ad bad fix" for three years or $1.25, Misses' nles six Duroo shoats averaging 1H) endurin' of tho wah ? 7Uc, JnJants' shoes 20c, Men' heavy working blioesonly J. M. Faulkner, assistant secretary pnunds at 85. Gioja, a 75 to 1 shot, won a race at Shoes 95c worth $1.25, Mens' Lace and Congress Shoes says that Dr. Hunter of agriculture, charged Representative Hissem and New Orleans Friday. Tho fovorltesold $1.00 worth $1.50, Mens' good heavy Suits to $3.00, Rummans with having sold out to the 2 to 1 and was last. ol Mens' cheviot Suits only $0.00, Mens' Overcoats Woods & Lynn bought of Col. W. Blnckburnltes last winter for a share of Huff Duddcrar 48 ewes with 55 lambs almost iven away. Mens' Jean pants 75c & $1.00 a pair, funds furnished by the Bimetallic Boy's Ivnec pants 25c worth 50c, Home made nig carpet League for the sllverito senatorial con- thrown In at 82.50. Mattingly & Spalding, of Lebanon, 15c per yard. Straw matting 10c per yard. is now said that unless Dr. test. It Hunter publically njKilogizes, no caucus bought seven 15 to 10 hand mules in Economical House-keep- er you will always find real, live nomination can secure him tho votes of Adair at 850 to 870. bargains. B. G. Fox bought of .Too Ray a Rummans and Hissem. colt py Gambotta Wilkes, dam by blue-gras- Mark Hanna was sworn in as Senator k to succeed Sherman when tho exclaimed "Great God" and imwood-chuc- FARM AND TRADE, Maud S. is now 23 years old. to rent. AT THE Mstfille Store. FMIC STOCK Ex-Sta- to 0. Our Prices and Our Goods Speak For Us. -- lead-pip- $-1.0- 0 all-wo- HATS, NECKWEAR, CLOTH I DIG throe-year-o- NICE ld unanl-quarri- es line: of shoes ST0RL. s' car-loa- d J .Tout-na- THE LOUISVILLE con-cultur- al Ktni-nenc- e, GIVEN J. ; AWAY Side-Hoard, I multl-mlllionai- ro ', ! Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, imio-A-nuAO, two-year-o- ld I BEAZLEY Lancaster, Ky. '91-2-- 3, l ware-hous- Law-rencebur- g. THE QUEEN raiagMachiie ! V book-makin- qSK:8"1'""' HIGGINS s MoKINNEY. ir j- -. Is Your Eye Siofit Faifino? Craig & Hooker's- CRAIG I HOOKER, 4&fi$if4Wi&tJMf& lMgHjSi-S Wfo' T -- ajx-prov- three-year-ol- w W. ,.i. iJk .. if . I WILL sell rough lumber and shingles as low us anybody. A. C. Sine. .. Stanford, Ky., - Mar. 9, 1897 Wu have a few more garden seed, which our friends can get by calling . for them. E C. Walton, Busixkss Maxagku. S. T. IlAlims sold to Mrs. Sarah W. I " You Lynn 14 shares of First National Hank should take your prescriptions to Penny's drug atoro where prompt nnd ac- stock at $107. curate service , THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Danics lino silver plated ware. Is Is guaranteed IIIGOINH & .MCKINNKY are PERSONALS. Mil. IMllh SODDN, of Louisville, to visiting relatives licre. Khnkst Waiiiikn has dcou made agent at Pittsburg. W. D. HocKKlt, of HubtonvlUc, wna hero with relatives Friday. Mils. J. K. 1'oiiTMAN has been down with tho grip for two weeks. Misa Nannik Tuimdm:, of Somerset, is tho guest of Mrs. J. L. Yuntis. Mils. Maky Hick, of llurgln, Bjicnt several days with her cousin, Mrs. Mat-ti- e Kevins. nt stove men. Seo steel and cast ranges. their Improved Sl'LENDll) selection of now spring and summer goods. Call and see them. Host grades tho market affords. II. C. ? 1,00() in sums to suit, on well improved Stanford property. Call atolllce. The Heal Estate Exchange, Stanford, Ky. Rupley. To LOAN. . I Miss Mollib Dauohkuty Is back from a visit to Mrs. J. C. Corintncy at Lancaster. Mils. J. T. UlNOAMAN went to Parks-vlll- o yesterday to visit her brother, Georgo Coulter. Manaokii H, G. Goitill, of the Fast Mail, and company, are registered at the St. Asaph. MliS. Lizzn: McAUSTKll left Friday l, to visit her friend, Mrs. Marlon in Mu Sterling. Sal.uk Mills, little daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Craig, lias been very sick for the past week, but is better. Mils. D. G. Govkk, of Hustonvlllc, took the train here yesterday for Crab Orchard, where she will visit friends. Ruv. L. M. Laslky is In from tho famine district of Louisiana and sajs tho destitution Is woro than rojwrtod. Mils. J. 1. Hailky entcrtaincl Kid. and Mrs. J. T. Sharrartl at tea Friday. A number of other friends were present. IJICK GKNTKY, of Lexington, was hero last week to see his brother-in-law- , Mr. John Hlaln, who is some better. Mlt. K. S. l'OWKLL, of the West Knd, was here Saturday to meet his daughter, Miss Mottle, who has been visiting in Lancaster. Joi: Whitk, of Crab Orchard, Is a salesman for F. M. WureiitMcKinnoy. IIu wont have to drive so far to sue his sweetheart now. Miss Hum Givkns, of Stanford, and Miss Mabel Hobards, of Hannibal, Mo., are guests at Mr. L. U. Givuns.'Har-rodsbur- g Sayings. Cot-trel- can buy your corn, hay, oats (seed or feed), cow feed and the best and cheaest coal, nut and lump, at Noel & Son's. LOOK You- Heiik. ... You mustpay your 1800 will bo offered again. tax on or before March 10th, 1807, or Leave your order with us now, if your property will bo advertised. T. you want to get in on our shipment of D. Newland, S. L. C. tho best Disc harrow for the money ever offered in Stanford. Also steel and Woven wire and ouk picket fence, tho most economical fence in tho mar- wood frame harrows. Seo us Monday. ket. I am selling it at about cost of Higgins fc McKInnoy. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Collision. As Rev. S. M. Logan was going out after his sweetheart FriTllliEE. Mr. S. C. Hardin writes that two men were sentenced at tho day night hu met Tom Yeager coming present term of tho Wayne circuit in with his to tho entertainment and court for house breaking and ono for they collided. Result, wheel torn from the preacher's vehicle, but nobody horse stealing. Last Call. Jones' date for his lecture here COME und see our new Spring Drees April fith. Make a noto of it. Goods including all tho weaves in Black Goods, Checks and Novelties. Death. Crim Hubble, son of M. P. Severance & Son. Hubble, died last week of consumption. Ho was 21) years old and a good, ChrisThe fll ncres sold ut auction yester-tian young num. day by Peyton & Hughes wns bought . by S. II. Baughman for l,03(i. It was EXAMINE the grey enameled goods 13 lots. in Higgins & Mclvinnoy's window; di- first offered in rect from tho factory and lower than TilECommissloners.P. W. Carter and over offered hero. H. L. Porter, appointed under condemnation proceedings against tho The "Fast Mall" Is llrlng up at Walpike, report that the entire ton's Opera House as these lines arc 3 miles aro only worth f3."0. being printed and tho prospect is that its lllght will be witnessed by a great A man name Noaks brought his litcrowd. tle daughter to Mr. W. M. Dudderar's Sunday to have his mud stone applied C. O. Items. Mr. W. E. Perkins to a dog bite, but as it failed to adhere, went to his store for tho first time yesterday since ho broke his leg. Miss El- it is thought that the animal wns not mad. la Watson Is visiting Mrs. D. B. Mrs. Kate P. Miller, as ext'x, has changed the date for sale of lots adverThe handsome brick residence offered yesterday by Mr. John S. Hughes tised elsewhere in this issue to Saturday March 13 at 2 V. M In front of the was taken down at $4,fi20. Mr. R. S. Lytic bid that amount and agreed to courthouse door. At the same time let it stand until next court when it sho will sell a valuable law library and a new Sam Chap-peU'sGap n. 3 CLOTHING ti My Spring Stock is now almost Comp'eto and it comprises In Brown and Plaid?, ds well as the More Modest IJIacks and Grays. ! The Very Newest Styles TERMS CASH; FRiCES LOW. M. j. McRoberts. To open tho windows - don't go all over town looking for a good Drug Store, when you've got track of one, right under your nose This must be a good Drug Store not because we say so, but because doctors and careful people say so. They are not hired to praiso it oi ther. Drugs cost them regular price, oven if they lay their praises on with a trowel. When you get In the way of trading hero you will understand why our patrons i Come in nnd See Them. DON'T JUMP OVEE THE HOUSE safe, and in good condition. Quick snlcs and small prollts. PricCasey county republicans were out es talk. The Hygenlo Hath Cabinet In full forco at tho primary Saturday does tho work. W. W. Withers makes tho price M.50 complete. Every cabi- and polled n largo vote. Following were nominated: County Judge, J. M. net guaranteed. Tilford; County Attorney, Q. C. God-beFoil Jailkil Dink Farmer's anCircuit Clerk. A. J. Gibony; Counnouncement for juiler will be soon in ty Clerk, I. C. Dye; Sheriff, James another column. Ho is a good demo- Brown; Assessor, James Thomas; Jailcrat, a line man and would make a er, Brown; Superintendent, monstrous good olllcer. J. C. Lay. No trouble of any kind y; Ex-Jail- er hurt. d. back from Columbia J. nnd Florence, S. C, whore he disposed s of horsqs and mules at of four A. GIVKNS Is car-load- tolerably fair prices. Mil Max Salinoi:k was up from Louisville yesterday telling the boys at his store to keep marking 'em down. See ud for particulars. Mil V. H. MUlilMlY has been notl-tle- d o of the death of his aunt, Mrs. C. O'Hnnnon, which occurred at Dallas, Texas, last week. Knlh-orin- of the Stanford Kingsvillc cannon ball mall went out Circuit Court closed its two weeks' tho morning after Mclvinley's inaugur- term Saturday after having done a good ation with this line inscribed on it, deal of business. Four persons were "Good morning, Mr. Confidents." sent to tho onitontinry in terms aggreMllS. J. II. McAlistkii had a narrow gating 32 years and there were a numof misdemeanor convictions, noescajhj Friday while crossing the rail- ber ted at tho time. Sam Guest, lor houseroad track on tho Danville pike. Her horse stumbled and she barely got out breaking, was given his liberty on his of the way of a train which was com- his own recognizance, as was George Wolch, who had a hung jury for deing at a high rate of speed. taining a woman. Win. Lee. for houseDID Wkll.-TI- io Min- breaking, was acquitted. Sheriff New-lan- d Hubtonvllle was allowed $21 and Jailer strel Co. gave a good show at MoKln-no- y SIS for waiting on court. Claims Friday night and took in a nice against the State amounting to 700 sum. Tho boys are said to bo Improving wonderfully and by tho time they were allowed for jailer, witness and get to Stanford they will be "out o' other fees. fc Do-Bo- rd Tin: "Hlack Maria" quite an Inopportune time e for the building of a as sug gested by Judge Saulley and recommended by the grand jury, for with buying turnpikes and paying the ever Increasing road demands, our taxes are getting to be as burdensome as the people care to stand. Playing With" a Gun. Howard and John Blatn Newland, sons of Sheriff T. D. Newland, aged five nnd two years, respectively, amused themselves a few days ago by loading and firing nn old gun In their fnther's house. The youngsters were in the room alone and their mother was almost scared to death until she found out they were unhurt. The party given by Miss Mary Bruce to Misses File, of Nashville, and Annie Bruco and Katie Lee Yeager. of Danville, was ono of the most elegant social functions of the season. Tho dinner was comprehensive and served in eight courses. The following were present in addition to the honored guests: Bessie Burnside, Lancaster, Is work-hous- Tins . - PRAISE US. PGNNY'S DRUG STORE. -- WE HANDLE - Star Wind Mills, Geneva Feed Cutters, - AND - The Taylor Hose Powers. fiSrSpeciiications and Prices with Guarantee Furnished on Applicition.-tB- a sight." Tub rojort that Congressman son and Mrs. McKlnloy led Davi- tho ball, lacks continuation and is not credited for two rcacons: Tho gray gelding does not trip tho light fantastic and his handsome form has never been disllg-urc- d MIL Sim H. COOIC was passing by a dress suit, indispensable on through Rowland, when tho round- such occasions. house blew down Friday and barely escaped being hit by tho Hying timbers. A WIND storm struck us Friday at MllS. If. J. McHoiiKHTS' entertain- 10:30 and did much damage in places. It blew off tho top of Mr. F. Hold's wament of the Economical Club was Tho list of questions to be an- ter tank, tho chimney of Mr. R. T. swered by abrevlatlon of tho names of Mattingly, much fencing, ami swoopSuites created much amusement, the ing down on Rowland tore tho L. & N. prize being finally won by Mrs. .7. S. engine house to pieces besides wreckHooker. Tho lunch and Its service are ing F. Cordior's barn and doing other highly complimented. dnmage. A largo aspen tree In Mr. II. S. Withers' yard was blown over on his house, but strange to say did it little HOME NEWS, su-pr- b. THE city council did little at its last $yv YOHK wed iotatoes at Warren meeting. Tho matter of advertising k Shanks'. tho sale of the telephone franchise had Ecus for hatching Ulack Minorca. been neglected and it was ordered to be sold at 3 i. M. March 15, in front of J. C. McClary. D. W. Vandovecr and the court-housFOGS and hams taken for goods at J. C. Florence were apK)intcd a street W. H . Shnnks'. committee and esoolnlly directed to TilKllK was no judge and no county see what could bo done for Highcution street, which is almost impassable. An court yesterday. adjourned meeting will bo held on tho NOIITHIUIN seed j)otatoos, oats, Sic, night of March lf. at HIgglns & MeKlnncy's. .. Peculiar Eaters. There Is a lady Fishing poles, rods, new lines, reels living in Stanford who eats no meat of and everything cheaper at W. B. any kind; not even tho tendercst spring chicken. She is in line health and it is . I WILL, sell you best quality steel because sho docs not like meat that she roofing nearly as cheap a8 you can buy rofuses to partake of it. Another strango eater In tho county is a gentleshingles. A. C. Sine. . . man whose home is near Shelby City Tub wind blow down '.100 panels of and whoso diet for tho past year has fonco for Tinsley Spoonamore and dam- been beef almost exclusively. For sevaged his barn considerably. eral months ho ute no bread at all. tempests scorn to have a splto at This, however, was done at tho advlco The Rowland. Friday's storm Is tho third of his physician. she has suffered In tho last few years. has been a split, wo are told, e. m DANKS' for solid gold rings. damage. . There sound money democrats Alaiiastink, the great wall llnish, in tho Every of Boyle, and several wealthy citizens is mado in HI different colors. . 1.. ..... i. ....... .. . tj......t., r ...... who voted for McKlnloy COlOr IS 111 SlUUK "U u"J o uiuy liberally to tho election of uwill donate democratStore. ic county ticket this year. Tho causo AWKUL MuiiDKiL A 2 lb. can of corn of the trouble is tho oposltion of for Gc; u Mb. can of poaches for 10c; a for 10c at Warren Chuirman Lillard, Col. Anderson and 31b. can of apricots others to Mr. Robert Harding, who has & Shanks'. Incurred their enmity because of his Foil Salk. Coal, corn, free silver viows'and support of Mr. hay, millet, straw, ship stuff, oats, Ac. Bryan. Mr. Hurdlng will likely bo a Seo prices in another column. J. II. candidate for as county at Baughman & Co. torney and among his most urdent admirers and supiMH'tcrs aro many of The Wind. J. O. Terry, of High- those who fought the cause with all land, tolls us that tho wind of Friday their vim that that gentleman espousblow tho top of John Young's houso off; ed bo heartily. They will also support wagon over on tho turned a horso and great damage to fences in the other democrats nominated, and.j pike and dia the ticket will win handily. hia section. ed corn-cho- p, 1 which charade participated in by Misses Margarot Noel, Maggie Bright, Lena Bruce, Evelyn Eastland, Anna Cook, and Ashby Warren, Barnes Wearen, Forest McJ ofer for tale prhatthj four Toxcn LoU Clary, James Menofeo and Rob Sauf-loin Miller Addition to Mr. Menofeo mado a capital er Logan Avenue and Stanford. one on com Lancaster ttreet, congroom, while as u bride, Miss Noel wus taining Six Acres, good barn, crib, cittern churming. Miss Jcanle Wearen favor- - and servants' room and nell stocked in fruit ed tho audience with a nlano solo: Rob- - '! ornamental trees; an unimproved lot "!' 'aln,'.uJ Vearl!. 2 uv Acres. o.vt Moreland and little Arthusa McAl- firi rnriiir iiii if tiiirv Vllllti containing artr song; Miss Cow- - winruinuiy on Whitley Ircnue of One Four Istor sang a character Acres; one Acre en very sweetly rendered "Tho Flow-lm- r and One Hood The Lots can be diTide" und the entertainment con vided. Six and Four-Acr- e cluded with sorao amusing antics by , 1. 1 Sntur. If not sold before March 13. 1897. 1.1 tno b. r . j. uanu. 1 no oano. was com' llntl ihfiil will ihni .7... Jv.i ....I. ' of some 20 young ladles, ull wear- loscd in front of the court hovse door. ing dunco caps, and the music thoyj MRS. KATE P. MILLER, Exlx, of W. II. Miller. mado was worth going miles to hear, i was Some civil business was done and many cases that have long been on the docket were stricken off, including that of Mrs. Mary P. Jones vs John D. Page, Ac. A divorce was granted Mrs. Kate J. teller from Arthur teller on account of abandonment and she will resume, her maiden name of James. Ellen Gibson also got a divorce from her husband, Isaac Gibson. Mrs. Josephine Powell's petition was dismissed at her request as sho and her husband, Willis tel. Courier Journal. Powell, had kissed and made up. There being insultlcient funds in RELIGIOUS. the hands of tho trustee of the jury fund to pay tho jurors, an order was Rev. II. L. Murray was arrested in mado on tho Stato treasury for $693.-6Madison for false swearing. Tho mission offerings nt the ChrisMr. George L. Penny, the trustee, tian church Sunday were unusually tells us that tho cost of juries during large. the term was 730. About (1,000 curious persons gathered V. A. M. The entertainment given to seo President McKinley enter church by the V. A. M. Society of Stanford Fe- Sunday. The name of the late Laban S. Wlth-er- i male College at tho college chapel Friwas unintentionally omitted from day evening was u creditable and enjoy ablo ono and those who took part as our Rush Branch articlo last issue. Ho well as Miss Stella Ballon, tho origi- was for many years one of tho church's nator and promoter of it, aro deserving most faithful ciders. C. E. Powell has been holding a very of hearty congratulations. The attenwus not what it should have been successful meeting with the church at dance nor what it would have had it not been Eustis, Fin. They have had 15 addifor a con let of entertainments, nnd on- tions up to date some of the most inly $12.30 wns realized, which uniount fluential people of tho town. Christian will go toward purchasing a laboratory Guide. For two yenrs the Central Christian for tho college. The program was begun by a piano solo by church at Lexington has prevented Miss Hutttc Fowler, which was follow- Tom Lyons from getting saloon Hcen60 ed by a charade, "Country Courtship," In his property adjoining. Last week in which Misses Tovis Carpenter, Nan-ni- o he circumvented it by getting out liNewland, Evelyn Eastland, Bruco cense In tho name of his sister opposite Wcarcn, Sadlo Stagg, Arthusa McAl-Ist- the church. and Victor Bullou demonstrated TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY. that thoy aro actors of no mean preten- . TaVo Laxative ltromo Quinine Talileta. All sions. Little Pattllin Ballou showed lirtiKKhU rvfutid tho money II It falls to Cure. For iy ii. Mcitoberts, crai A Mocker and U. L. lVnny, DniggUtx, Stanford, Ky. wonderful talent in statue posing und rie sho was vociferously upplauded. A piano and vocal solo by Misses Stella Ballou and Alllo Huffman, respectively, Is a cundldato for Jailer, subject to tlio acwero greatly enjoyed, as was another tion of tlio democratic party. "Incompatibility," 7. Edna Courts, Emma Owsley, Dollle McRoberts, Georgia and Nettie Wray, Bessie Richards, Kate Alcorn, AOele Saulley. nnd Lena Bruce, Messrs. A. II. Severance, II. f. Baughman, Jack Rout, Rev. S. M. Logan, W. W. With We have any thing in this line you want ers, Dr. A. S. Price, W. S. Embry, Thomas Shanks,-G- . Stamped A. McRoberts, T. Plain Linens in nl! widths C. Yeager, Green and Mlze, Danvillo. Linens, all sizes. Brninard & Armstrong's Fils and Twisted Silks in all colors. Embroidery Hoops. KnittingSi Is in all colMATRIMONIAL. We sell a Spool of Knitting Silk for ors Mr. and Mrs. Noah S. AVujman cele- 5c brated tho i0th anniversary of their T marriage at Scotts, Kenton county. Ask for one of our Ulue Books on EmCharles L. Crowe and Miss Ollie Da vidson, of Mclvinney, eloied to Jeffer- - broidery. sonvillo Thursday whero they were SON, married by Magistrate Keigwin. The couple had been anxious to marry for sometime, but were deterred by paren tal objection. Several days ago Miss Davidson went to Burgin to visit It looks like Foolishness to mention friends. Yesterday her fiance went to Organdies, that place and thoy boarded a Southern train for this city. The groom is a horseman and the bride a daughter of Rev. W. J. Davidson, of MeKinney. Etc , but to get the most desirable you They aro now at the Fifth Avenue Ho- must buy now. Wo are showing B. K. WEAREN St SON. Embroidery Materials. Carptts and Mattings. Wo are now prepared to show you tho best lino of Carpets and Mattings in this section. The PRICES ARE RIGHT Just think of buying carpets for 50c that fold for 7oc a few years ago. A beautiful line of patterns in mattings. Mattings will be higher on account of increased tariff. Profit by it now. FUSS SEVERANCE & SEVERANCE & SON. Foolishness. The Story THEY ! The Story of our Ladies' Shoes is soon told. They are bought right. Dimities, Taffetas, PATTER1TS FIT YOU RIGHT. They look right. They aro priced right. XTJEW I Call And Sis Th.om. You will bo convinced true. that the above is In Percales. Tailor Suiting, Ac. SEVERANCE & SON. SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD FEMKLE C0LLEG6. WILLIAM SHELTON. The Second Session of President. 1890-97 OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. For full inlormation about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Catalogue. Address, MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Psikcifal, Stanford, Ky. 11 iLmHJUii Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock of General Merchandise and are now prepared to well-rendere- d Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an every-day, er Our stock of suit to a wedding outfit. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinawarc, Glassware, Queenswaro, &c , was never moro complete. i. DINK FARMER FARRIS 6k HARDIN. Xff.7 Town Lots For Sale. Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet Something new in the realm of Health and II; j;Jene. It ia for the benefit of every man, woman and child. It is nature's great holpcr in the use of tho justly ceiebrnted economical Vapor Path Folding Cabinet for Homes. A completo Russian Medicated or Perfumed Path or Hot Springs Treatment by your own fireside at a nominal cost. All physicians endorse it and it is now in use in many Hospitals of the country and inthoutands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect cure for La Grippe, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colds, Skins Diseases, Nervousness, Cornuloncy, Kidney and Liver Troubles, and is Woman's llcst Friend After a viur JmJi ii. will siy no other bath is comparable to It. It removes ill y. -' '""" .' 1 "Mr a r- m W1 I 111 -- j,-- c before going to bed. you tho effete, pernicious ac cumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth and glowing roinvigorating the whole systom. With ordinary care will last a life timo. When not in uso can be folded and set away Two or three conts' worth of wood alcohol and about a pint of water is all that is necessary for each bath. Can bo seen at Oraig AHockcr's and Miss Liccie Beayzle's. 87-2- i d. S. HUGHES, SoUtrjerr) flgcnt. . A--kf- r : tfrySi vfctjjrtrjLfc , ..feaU..M-AJ'- - 1 5.. . ....... 4 H -- .. . -- Hl Jd. vjitA: irftNwiiiTii u jim Some Southern and CaTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL sey County Mattels. (To tho f DlltorcfTlio ISTP.ntnRjoi-RSAU- ) 3T certain preventive of thnt dread disease cure in less Bovai.IJaki.vo Fowiier It will effect mental embarrassment, le- time than any n permanent & A. S. other treatment. The 2o corrupand political 0lrJiltiJ. In ll !". and 50 cent sizes forsale by Craig & Hock! gal degeneracy rouad,ollontror xiuar. ....rroprletors . Bur croon tion, Judge Belden is about "to lloor" er Druggists. S. B. WZJTOBS. Dentist, (K) Cblcat-o- . Hon. Q. C. Godbey, so to speak L19fiRY,FEED&SALE STABLE 3WWWE I have opened up a Candy Manufncto FROM OKI ITLEOUEEK. etlicient and honorable county ry onLancaster Street and can supply City, PCy. w After tho big lite in Cripple Creek, I attorney, for the Ksltion in which he AllliinCDn """:--,- attach to any , vv s. 0 .1.- - a rsinlra lfniimt CANDY took a very severe cold and tried tunny Turnout., prompt attention, very lUninutn mixed. Also mane rcswinable rates A irtln of jour itrunaA'e Is OCIce over Mcltoberta' Dnig Store In thr'nwiley l'lrst.n.M is now resting. remedies without help, the cold only beOf Many Varieties and Superior ExcelVraln.seiwrate or lluilditig. IS rtoprvlfully solicit!. If we did not know that the INTER- coming more settled. After using three meal and grabam flour. ' lency every day. Mr W Curtis Egbert, always true to all its small bottles of Chamberlain's Cough E.B. WINGER. SlitlonR, CHJCACO. an experienced maker, is in charge and IOR Journal is A. U. Ui.MI.tM. Jonx II. Casilkman. cough gnarantecs satisfaction Give us a call. trusts we would be persuaded to say that Keuiedy, bolh the cold and takes a left me, meritoand iu this high latitude it J. A STEPHENSON. f this fair, uncompromising sheet had rious cough remedy to do any good. G. Winger's Steel violated the trust reposed in it by its 1$. Henderson, editor Daily Advertiser. uv iv Piippm ruin J w mi r r paramount, For sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. Mechanically 11 sister county as being the till UlllIl 1UU1I IIUUllU) coiulrucUd and sovereign law of olitlc3. fundamental, slmpta. AwardM KV World". TaJr DiRHEUMATISM QUICKLY CURED. INSURANCE COMPANY But then remember that this noble litploma aod Madat. Sole proprlrbir of 'Dean's lllack IHamond Ilool O.lruiIiM 8tl Afinr tinvltifr !khii confined to the house tle sheet is a democratic organ and can Tanks. Regulators and Orlnd. I'alnt. llulmitii juriilthnl for painting wivvl, trs. K. M. WaNU&H. metal and Iron roofs. Sst sfactlon k'tiarantivl A'l not afford to cross the line, even for the for eleven days and paying out $2o. in aowood Tcrraee. Cblcaco. aMJIl roofs paiutnl with lcan's lllack lil.iuond I'alnt benefit, Mr. Frank lull OF LIVERl'OOL. grand, exalted purose of sinking this doctor bills without Marie, Mich., was warrantiil for years. Dealer In lest Clttcru rump, Dolson of Snult Ste. ndtialv.nlzol Intn l'lllnrs, (la!vanlrel and lllaik an uncovcted, cured by one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain political scalawag into Who can think Iron Hoofing of all kinds. J WILL CURE of aotue .linpl. thing to patfDtF yet just oblivion, where the wallingsol Rnlni pnqtlntr5."i rents and has not since Wanted-- An Scrofula, Salt Rheum, CSSTLEM3S. BSRBEE Idea.: they may rjna- you we.un.nmihlleanism will sweet) over his been troubled with that complaint. For Protect Tour atent Attor! Sores, Boils, Pustules, neya, Wahtnf ton. U. ti. for tbetr i.St) pr iu, odar sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. MANAtiKUS, d soul with redoubled Eczema, Tetter, anJllst of two bunitr1 Inrentlon. "till!. All persons dcslrlnif 1icust INists fur tdauk fence, J. W. Loving. furv. ( ncv tan flu J wbat they xst anil railing or wire and all diseases of the blood and want at my store near Celar Creel, on the pike Oommerco Building, Louisville. also lnidlug from Crab Orch.nl to Stanford which raged throughout The storm Makes You Well. Agents Throughout the Sutb. keep on hand a supply of plank for fenelng. All , Middle West on Thursday night for bnlMln puriscs-- ali lioards kinds of lumber dys- the Indigestion, constipation and any article of and shingles All nws stands unparalleled, not only for the this kind can call on me at my .tore near Cedar pepsia, kidney and liver disease extent of territory over which it rang(i V. siNtiLirrox. X! Creek. IOcal Agent. yield to its curative powers and ed, but for the amount of water precipcwhen cured it Kentucky. Stanford, itated. Floods are reported from al7f Keeps You Well. most every telegraphic station from Pittsburg on the east to Kansas City on "Sold in Lincoln county by I will furnish a better quality of material atjclosci the west, and from the lakes to the For the year 1897 Will carry a larger stock of Furniture of all kinds NATIONAL BANK W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. prices than ever. will HI cheapertban this year than ecr northern boundary of Tennessee. In " Clillleil, Penny's Drug Store, sized. Boxing dressed aoy.odv. Plows. The Oilier and points Vulcati. of all some Instances the wind readied tho Studing and Joist run through the planer and OF STANFOltD, KY. SlfverStet'l and Chattanona " Craig & Hocker, kiuds. Cultivators ami Double ho els, all Malta one side all seasoned stock. velocity of a hurricane, and much damIn the world i'.rmer., cull In and make, the W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. get any tblpg you want from n buggy down age done to dwellings, barns, fences, Surulus $15,750. Capital Steel $100,000. -I " I). S. CAltPi:XTi:it. i F. B. Twidwell, l!o.tfully, orchards and forests has been reported Attention of the public Is called to the fact that t. J. A. Hammond, Hubble. from various points throughout the this Is the only Natluual Hank In Stanford. Un& Tanner Bros., McKinney. der the provisions ot the National Hank Act loss of property Is estimatThe depositors are iwcurvd not only by the capita stock, J. F. Alstott, Powers. ed at 310,000,000. Southern Ohio, Inbut by tho stixkholdcrs' liability lor an amount IN final tn the stock, so that deiHMliors of this InstituBeazley & Son, Crab Orchard. diana and Illinois suffered worse. FT .worn arc secured by a fund of Summit, Miss., March your old scribe lias changed scenes and now he is in the land of the lov nines, where the breath of each whispering breeze Is laden with the 33 When not fopald B2.CO will charged. aromatics of this evergreen eltmo. Our little city is still in the lead in almost every line. We have the larg-n- t nnmnresa in the United States and TIME CARD. have bought, compressed and shipped more cotton than any other town KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Jackson and New Orleans. Our T: 10 a. m. and'returns at shipments now reach 23,000 bales, with Train leaves Stanford at at 4:30 p. in. more on oar yard, and cotton coming KNOXVILLE DIVISION. into our town dally, which we hope will swell our shipments to 30,000 bales. 5 S S j T.?,n B?!ng vv.r,h vrz::::z::: We are also having a nice line of I2 4 P m No! 25 " " South ' 03lli m weddings of late. Since your scribe " " No. U " For started, the demand for Summit girls in January, there seems to be a general TIir.O;OII TICKETS SOLI). CHECKED THROUGH. increasing demand for them, until one HAGGAUE Is captured at the altar Hymenial alFor any Information enquire of most daily. Well, the world can not JOE S. BICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. excel thenoble graces of the Summit belles. KENTUCKY MIDLAND RAILWAY. Our population Is also steadily InVIAGF.OHUKTOWN. Only this morning It A. M. creasing, too. T. M. r. m. A. M. ..... was made larger by the addition of two Arr 05 2,00 Lve. Somerset, 2 30 8 35 " 12 00 ' Jet. City. 315 630 new arrivals. They were the little 4 50 Arr 'Seorge town, LvlOW 603 3 00 30 ' Frankfort, 1155 7 25 "6 daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Arr'parU"" 5 30 Bleecker. who have just opened tneir Lve 9 20 8 40 6 10 Dally except Sunday, a D.JIEKCAW. G. P. A. eyes to the light of day for the flrst time. They are said to be the smallest on record. One possibly weighing not more than one iound. Your scribe was startled a few days since by the arrival of a very welcome missive from the "dreary wastes" of Kldd's Store, Ky. It was penned In tho familiar chirograph of the bright, genial Dr. Tom Bohon, and was writn rich, redundant, ten in that of this prodigious vo- oxuberant stvle cabularlst who is a great addenda to Webber's International. We can plainly read between the lines of this epistle of one of Bryan's yet hopeful followers of pollticality that a great light Is going on In the "State of Casey" among that rabid mob of republican pie hunters. From this modest, unasAbsolutely Pure. suming letter of this sequestered emCelebrated for ll great leavening strength and bodiment of stateliest democracy, we bcalthfulnexs. Assures the fcod Kgalnst alum and that vile all forms of adulteration so common In the cheap are led to almost believe that b ratals. synonym of social impoteney, moral Xa."blliio5.'ria.o3ia3rcaid. rriaajro 3. Again mtir-mui'itiir 1MJ oe-twe- en " light. ner of the haven't taken a drink for four "I months am taking care of myself and never felt better In my life." Five young men have been sentenced to the penitentiary at Jackson, Ky., for terms ranging from six to 10 months, for kul'luxlng. r uieen outer muniments have been returned, one of those indicted being a minister. Colin Doughdrlll, who murdered J. I. Bates, a traveling salesman, for Peas-leGaulbert & Co., of Loulsvlllo, was hanged at Gadsden. Ala. He died without a tremor. Corbett-Fltzslmmoe. Tho citizens of Alexandria, to which Jackson and Walling were removed, are circulating a petition to Judge Helm asking that tho execution bo held in their town. They want u chance to sell ginger cakes and cider to the crowd. John L. Sullivan tells tho New York World that he will challenge tho win- LAND FOR SALE. A Sheet Anchor for the GARLAND SINGLETON candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools Lincoln county, subject to the action Is a of oftliulVin-ovr.itlc Write for oio of my largo catalogue tint will give you a full tlescrlpllm of alxiut 5H) Rival I hate In Central Kentucky for sale. bir-gtl- Poor Man. A 1 imrty. (1. W. 17YNI', Ulllrc with Ji'sSiiuIdo Journal, Nlcholasvlllc, Ky, Bkl I'itatk Auk.it, Safeguard for the Kich. Results Assured. No Risk J. F. IIOI.UA9I Ii a wtn,,ilte for Afv'oir of I.tncolu county, ject to the nitloii of the democratic Kirty. sub- A Nice Homo For 11 Sale. Tho Now England Mutual Life Insuranco Co., I desire to sell privately tho two-storUnties all Forms of Life, Endowment nnd Is n candld.ite for sherlU'of l.lneoln county, subject frntno dwelling lit Midillehurg, formerly totheactloit of thedemocratu pally. Term Policies owned ni d occupied by Jno W. Wileher, containing Ave big rooms and many mod cm conveniences There arc nil nccesvsa. KMSII5TT ry outhouses, all In good repair, nnd nn All Policies Issued Participate in the AnIs a A.vssor of Lincoln county, sub. excellent small orchard nnd good wed. nual Distribution of Surplus. Cnfli Sur- Jett candidate for of llm ileuiwrallc party, lour tothenetloii Write me for further particular. Iseaiueiitly sollcltnl. supiirt lnsur-enc1 SAmiKL 31. OWENS DEAR THIS IN MIND. McCORMACK 01 lm render and Participating Paid up JAMES V. McWHORTER, Middlcburg, Casey Co . Ky. o. 91. Is a candidate for Values Endorsed on Every Policy. Farmers Bank&Tnist Co. OF STANFOBli, KY. P. KLKIN Awtwr of Lincoln county, sub. Jert to the action of the democratic party. No catch clnuses; No fine print. pondence Solicited, Corres JOE T. EM BRY of Lincoln county, sub. Is a candidate for arty and Ject to the action of the democratic 1 RP3l mm deiiosltnr are a fully protected as arc depositors In National Hanks, Its shareholders Mng held Individually Uahle to I km . the extent of the amount of their stock therein at in repuara.iteo4 to give H?rfwt MllMactlon cr moner II. the par value thervor, In addition to the amount ad... 5. t it tested In such sharvs. It may act as executor, ITU" 1" Iutv . u. alia , IllOlieil. ITICS " V oa.o ministrator, trustee, Ac., as fully as an Individual. McHobcrts, Druggist. mir thanks to tluxe who have entrust ed their bulncs to us. we trust they will rontluuo to do so, and we otter as a guarantee ror prompt atSymfthiny to Depaui on, tention to same our 20 years' experience In hankArm rtAtnt A Sain ?... nfthii ing and as liberal accommodations a are consistent 111, in s'peoMn or Ur. Kln' Now IM. with sound banking. Cowdcn, iii.wt ma cwTery, ays umt DlfttCTOR. witu i urippe. physicians si Cowdeti ami iana could ilo nothing J. J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; . ....-- ' Xf. 11. Cututulns, l'rvachersvtUe; lor ucr. ii vmeu V VtlW At l. ft. n.' ."!' !lIjNttriirv In Mtun. J. II. Uwslcy, J. S Owsley, St., . II. Shauks, of It, he took a Iwttle home, ami to William (ioocb, and velUm? IU J. Cash. S. J. Kuibry, toumlaml Carpenter; A. sud half doicn hottlcs cureil her J. K. Lynn, J. N. Menefee. well. Mnssew mwinj mi Coushs and Colds Is guaranteed toASdo this kmI orricaas. work Try It Free trial Kittles at . U Mcltob-eru- " S. H. Shanks. rresUlentj ,. tilit, uvnt. sai.e l sores, uloers.salt ..I-. I liucklin' .lnn'cu Salve. In ,1ia wnrltl .fiir nit... hrtltsr. .. i" fever rheum, "..' ww, tetter, chap- -nanus,t ciiuuimu's .. n Hit- fulfil fftti. Ill .tli.a It - Paid up CapiUl, Surplus, $200,000:00 17,603 80 JESSE D. WEABEIT, Agent, Stanford, Ky .tewir earnestly asks your supiwrt. lir iMYtTlal.int nf Its charter, "" 1 a 1 .... Blue - Grass Nurseries. m , C. G. BAKER of Lincoln county, .ub-leto the action ol the democratic ratty Thinking the southern end of the county is entitled toa slice of the pie, be ask. your support. Is a candidate for t.. lt--- i SPRING, 1897. Event thing for Oivhard, Luunand Garden. rtock of Ornamental and Fruit Treet, Graie Viiu-t- Atparagus and Small Fniitf. We employ no i7fn' but fell at living price direct to the jtlanter. Telephone in ojfice. Strawberry and general Xurtcry Catalogue on application to Akvr ct iIi-i- WILLIAM MORELAND AcMorof Uncoln, subject to the action of the democratic aity. He kindly asks your support. Is a candidate for " : - il. F. UIIsLEXMYER, dj. lr . 93 Isxington, Ky SAM W. MENEFEE Isacandldite forMietltf of Lincoln county, rty. Ject to the action of the democratic sub. .ibii'i trwvillntA FOR SALE BY Drugstore J. 11, Owsley, Cn'hlen W. M. Bright, Teller well-know- i Willi Jl.l IH5JIUC .! liowelsand klduers will rtnd the true ixiiiedr In doc not MliuuUie Electro Hitter-- . Thl and contains no whiskey nor other I toxicant, hut Itacts mlldlr on the acta as a tonic and alterative fllilltllF ft1nlll?lll Utttl LflTltlaf ..........t. .n,l lu-ol-l tone to tho organs, thcrehy aldinc Nature in the ivnornuuce oi um iuih.-.- Old People. u..,,lMi,in.llilnaln mtt-.i-- ; lllP F. REID, STANFORD, KY. Golddml Jore for JMh Suldle and liar- PurpoKt. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SI MI-SO- Pror . TORE ROOM Jersey And Short-Hor- n Oattlc, LancnNter, : Kentucky. s. ' pie And It just exactly what they renta and $1.00 per lottle at Drug More. .U. McBort' need. lrlc SO On Mkin Street, Stanford, i DANGERS OF a Till-- : GHir. FOE; IREISrT. ni; mv,, Apply to Poland China Jlogt and Southdown Sheep. Choice Individual of Ih1 Slraint, Newly ftirnlshcdi clean beds; splendid l'ortern Call or Write Your lloni. tnble. Everything 81) meet all trains. Iirst-clos.- mm mi lt a, POWDER Money to loan on Improved city prn.Tly or farms In Stanford and Lincoln cwuiitj al I am Cwr cent., tuyable NjiiiI- - Vnnually Alto I w able carols useil,I.Iiowevcr, nil danger furiilsh linds for public or enriralln olfirialtt kcvii a VPasL I i?"y (t Bicycle until yon Among the tens of will be avoided. Kvli . Admlnlitrators or (ltiinll.ru t on Am agent fiurof the lire In- Cash. thousands who have used this remedy for WW Jal O W have Icanttd discount 1S97 ' S5 W'jh Gnxde surance Comanlc4 il il nit hu.lneu In KeutHcky and Store. cmf la grippe, we have yet to leant of a sing e "Wimjer't ixillclt patrouaKcof pnivrtv li'ddrrs In Sla .ford. Ji. H. M ' case having resulted in pneumonia, which PalUrn nnd mxrrantal. Itatiw Miuaai other mi.iih duliu l'Utinu here. conclusively thnt this remedy is a Station It, Chicago VAI.l..ll. 1.. V.Vl'M'.V. Agt. shows The greatest danger from La Grippe is If reasonin pneumonia of its result-n- W. fa P. WALTON. COAL I tllll Agent for Falls llranth Coal and will you can icrt supply f all kind. nfO-al- , jwi want at the lowest powible 1 iirlrr. for W W Wllbrrs' Ortlce tiext urnlture iW-- fr rawn-abletatr- J. W T II. IIKHil.N'S, Proprietor, isAtNM.IlS, Manager, ICowlaud, Ky Co., New York. CANDY KITCHEN FRESH SteelTanks SHELBY SHELBY, , PRICE, the-presen- t ML -- Junction Stanford, Ky. 91-t- a0 J.T.Jones, STANFORD, a COOKE'S Sra&HrflBaBHl SARSAPARILLA WW& Idea .' - storm-trouble- 3STOTIOEJ S aL.XJTt S N El, - - Doors, Sash and Blinds, 1 VT. A. THZBBZiaff. J Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Etc. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, U-s- t FIRST dte-trlc- A. O. 1 Stanford, Kv M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg Kv. o iSlil!lil!l:liHil THE POPULAR INI m OM0 MMO(MOIOlNyiM IM0MOMIM0MSMM OMM0IMOMIMJKE1 In remitting for his paper, Dr. P. P. Trueheart, of Sterling, Kas., says: Times are very hard here, but as corn has advanced to 13c per bushel we are living In'dally fear of being overwhelmed by that prosperous wave, of which we have read so much about. With the European standard of money, I can not see but that everything else must come to the samo level. I have too much respect for your feelings to say anything about Kentucky politics, but will remark that I was surprised and disgusted with the result. Hero is the kind of obituary that a Georgia editor puts up for a man: "Poor Jim Brown slung his earthly garments on a limb and swam tho river yesterday. He did not stand back because the water was cold, but plunged right In and struck out for the other shore and met the angels smiling. Jim was u poor man but had his subscription to his home paper paid up and got there In good shape." Girls had better beware of dancing. girl in NTow York died a A few days ago from having danced all night with too much vigor, A clerk In the penitentiary at Columbus, O., has a cat which recently gavo birth to 14 kittens, all of which are tailless and only one has the usual number of legs. Down In Marshall county a candidate has the following on his card: 'Vote for T. E. Ozraent and prosperity will begin, the sun will ahlne brighter and your appetite will increase. A sure cure for aches and pains." i UDDGHCMinG 1 SON. COHL, DEALERS NOEL Corn tmil liny, , Order Office and Kits! i:x"haiigi', near the ltallroad Crossing, Icpit Stn-et- I J. C. M'CLARY, A 'A A Stanford; fitrcet, latelyKentucky. Hlgglns'. J. Yard, Mill Coal 11. Satisfaction d. MONEY .. TO LOAN aeiiil-aiiiiu- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se ON !Mi'KUVi:il I'AIIMS tion statements of the condition ot the Itatik are made each year to the United States (toveruiiient and lis .VH.'ti aro examined at statol timrs by government agents, thus securing additional and jtrfect autety to detiosttors. Tblslustltutlou, originally established as tho Ie-s- ll Hank of .Stanford In lvS, then reorganUed as the National Hank ofSlaulonl Iu 1N'5 and again reorgauiztnl as the First National Hank ot Stanford In IM'2, has hal practlrally an uulutcrrutiletl existence for 33 years. It Is lietter supplied now with facilities for tranitarllug buslnexs promptly atul than bier before in Its long and honorable career. Accounts of ludltlduals, tiductarlea, tlrms and Individuals solicited. DtHCCTOXS. cent, III Lincoln connty, Ky., at 6 Interest; no commission charged. Address W. DAVY. Itoom 17, Kenyon building, UinlsTllle, Ky. For blank atipllcatlons and further Inform.. saunuer., .iuiuvj, tlon, lniilreol J. Ky. ir l.. d, db.. vr. b. Tns&rxrsr. 'i e F.'ltcld, Llucoln Co.; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford ' S. II. llaughmau, S. T. Harris, " T.P. Illlk J. S. Hocker, " " K. - Tanner, McKinney. W. A. Tribble. J. 11. ColIler.Ctab OrcliM; M. J. Miller, MLAernon. M, D. Klmore, Stanf.inl, orriCKKt, I. S. Hocker, l'renldent; J. .1. Mcllolrts, Cashier; A, A. McKluney, Assistant Cashier. INlM0IM0Tn OjjM SMOINIMV sy,!rftf tsgif t;y'igi - tfS0 0K1 H. C. RUPLEY, "BIG 4'.' Dentist, t fMO MMOINlAlJNrOINl toM0i(r!MM 0KI0INlANjM0 01MM0 LYv MOMMOM MM 0IN1M0INI0IN1IM01M0 FRANK J. O.F.A., E. U. I1ACON, LouUvllle. D. P. A., KEED. Chlciuro. THEMERGHANT TAILOR -- Stanford, t Ky. IIOUTU. 1 The Hest Line toaud From Office on I jneaster street at Itcsldcnce TOLEDO AND DETROIT All Points In Michigan. Is; Receiving his- - J. T. SUTTON, Unciertalcer, - CHICAGO. "White City Special." Ileal Terminal Station. SUMMER SPRING ANDPerfect Fit Guaranteed. GOODS. a a All Goods Warranted and Give-hi- Huitonville, - - Kentucky Call- Offers his services to tha people of Weal Lincoln and Casey counties. Full stock of Cotllnjnnd Cask-et- a always on hand. 9 V. S. Carpenter. Manager. ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel THE Thoroughbred L.UE-GGU- HMO BOSTON. AVaguer bleeping Cars. 0l0lOlNO ma Mm MO MM Siroc Jersoj m SQ BOSS, H. D. PHILLIPS, M0 mm N M0M0(M(M0 Mm MQMM mum'gim My breeders were selected from the best herds of of this famous breed of swluo In several States A Bred splendid lot of pigs of dltt'ereut ageaforasle Satisfaction guaranteed. sowsa solicited. Addrcu Cones-jHjiideii- Gun and Look Smith. HTANFOUO, KY. aaai a Bullet Parlor Cars, Warier Sleeping Cars, Prlvat Compartment Cars, Llegaut Coaches and Din-lu- g Cars. De sure, your tickets nail via "UIQ FOUlt" D. 1). MAUTIN, E. O. McCOUMICK, Con. IVur. Jt Tkt. Agt. Passen jerTranio Mgr., CINCINNATI, OHIO. NEW YORK. R. H. BRONAUQH, ""'cSiSSBbWBB.J'SSC' Crab Orchard, Ky. All kinds of rcpilrlag dose at reasonable rates. UpUolsterlni a specialty. Satisfaction guanatced. n ixcutwuLimUMi l '(&