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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897031201 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. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FIRDAY, MARCH 12. 1897. NO. 4 Willlarnsburg. Guntiv is i Louisville goods this week. purchasing Tlio .Jones Lumlwr Co. expect to re-- 1 build their il 111 m onco on me sue 01 the one burned n few weeks ago. Miss Mury O'Miira, who has been in business here for mmiu uionths, expect to move to Corbln and oiwn n stock this week. Miss M. M. Tutt attended tho inutitiratluii lust week, hud not overcome many of our people until they felt able to attend. The recent rains have brought in several thousand logs from miw mills and whllo It helps them it is delaying tho farmers very much and they are already much lwhlnd. of the CumberOwing to a cave-Iland (Jap tunnel all the freight trains puss this way South, which added to the regular trains makes this branch seem like a Main Line. Kev. T. 'A. Only, of Georgetown, Is holding a meeting at the Maptist church, where much interest is being manifested; there have been several additions to tho church. Win. Bryant, who was arrested last Thumlay by Marshal Wallace, of this place, on a bastardy warrant, made his escajH? Saturday night. Young Hrynnt was of a nice family and Mr. Wallace took pity on him ami agreed to guard lilm and that was the way ho received his kindness. Tin renubl can primary oicuuoii is waging exceedingly warm In this county with about M candidate for the various otllecs. The judge's race leads with K The friends of tho d I Heroin candidates have almost come to blows sevenil times over some of the electioneering schemes, (f which there are many and some that would do credit to tho vilest wartl jwlltlclan. The primary will be held March :'.. On Monday night ulwiit 12 o'clock the baru of W. U. Denham was found to be on lire. It was entirely too far gone to wivo, but the stock In It consisting of a horse, cow and some hogs were gotten out. The lire crorsed the alley and burned the barn of L G. IIolTinan also, but owing to h shower having Just full"" "d hard work of the great number of men there, the further spread of It was prevented. If the weather had Ik'oii dry no doubt a considerable portion of the town would have burned as It was In a thickly settled portion. Mm. I. L.. Me-Klnl! Kingsville. Mr. Fonda has rented his farm and will soon move to Cincinnati. One of the men who not long since was asphyxiated in tho tunnel is now reported as being a raving maniac. Our canning factory will be ready nt tho proper tlmo for full operation under the management of Messrs. Hoy and Thompson. Business considering tho hurd times has continued very fair. Night telegraph operators at this place continue to come and go as If by magic. Mr. L. l Wells, of Junction City, iniide our town a uhort but ploaiunt visit last Sunday. Mrs. Delia Matter, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. McCarty. Klugsville Is somewhat on a Itooin a now residence of tho gothle stylo of architecture, and arabesque ornamentations, is to bo erected very soon by Mr. C. G. laker for his own occupancy. Two Mormon preachers have been in our neighborhood lately. Thai part of their religion which makes It Imperative on the part of the many wives to support their liege lord Is to the s a very attractive feature of their creed. Every town and village is said to have its "character." we have ours in an eccentric, old man, an old fogv sil ver democrat. He delights to refer to the simplicity of the early day of tho 1 men-folk- VICINITY NEWS. LANCASTER. l'roc-IKM'l- ty n I , It Is reported that at the Liquor rii('iiu of Ohio, a short time since a candid olllcer said: "It will apjear from these facts, gentlemen, tniii mo success of our business Is dependent largely ujwn tho creation of appetite for drink. Men who drink liquor, like others, will die, and If there Is no new appetite created, our counters will be Our empty, as lll bo our colTers. children will go hungry, or we must change our business to that of some other more remunerative. Tho ohjii Held for the creation of this nppetlto Is After men have among tho boys. grown uml their habits are formed, they rarely ever change In this regard. It will be needful, therefore, that this missionary work be done among the boys, and I make the suggestion, gentlemen, that nickels exmled In treats to the loys now, will return In dollars to your tills after tho appetite has been formed. Above all things, create ap- , petite!" . 20,000,- - L1FKIXTHEWATK1L Kaeh salmon produces about 000 eggs. It Is said that tho Greenland whale sometimes attains tho age of 100 years. The sea has no herbivorous animal. , where all It Is a great slaughter-houseprey on each other. tho Inhabitants The authorities of the Dominion of Canada have presented tho Hawaiian government with 80,000 young salmon, to be placed In tho rivers of the Hawaiian Islands. The most valuable fur Is that of tho sou otter. One thousand dollars has been paid for islnglo skin of this animal not more than two yards long by of n yard wide. three-quarters ' brother writing to tho Bishop to send a preacher said: "Send us a Bishop to preach hero Sunday. If you can't send a Bishop, send a Sliding Elder; if you can't spare him, send a Stationary preacher; If you can't sparo him, send us a Circus rider; If you can't spare him send a Locus preacher: If you cun't do no better, send us an ExhausA colored ter." says: A dispatch from Nieholasvlllo believed that WalIt Is now generally deserted his homo ter Ovcrstroct, who and left a note saying' ho was going to threat. kill himself, has carried out hisways of One of the most effectual pleasing and of making ono's self loved more softens Is to bo cheerful: joy tears. Mine, de Sartory. hearts than 208 days in It rains on an average of 150 in Engtho year In Ireland, about 1)0 days and in Siland, at Kozun about CO days. beria only Walker : Hudson bought the Wado Milt Green, shot and mortally wound VA7T TfiVsTftTrnTirtM fi40 acres, for about , Walker farm of ed Blev 1'hilpot, at London. I: lo.OOOand paid the cash for it. Two births and three deaths occurJli George T. Farrls has bought a red in one house in Lebanon Sunday. lot on Danville Avenue containTaylor Stivers and John Bailey, min ors, were killed by falling slate at Al- - ing one acre of John Duncan for 8200. a Falls Hranch and other Coals also all kinds of Feeds so'd at the fol- : It is reported that a republican will Iflj) lowing cioc prices, sttojeci to change without notice. tamont. John B. Mason, an old man, commit- make the race for county judge, Indeted suicide near Lawrenceburg by pendent of party limitation, but advo- -' 1 -eating froo turnpikes. This will cause shooting. Ed Harper confessed at Maylield to a much mooted question to be further ', At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from :i0 to.'ioc per bushel. OuN from 30 to 3oc per bushel. Hav, complicity In a murder and was given discussed and It will Insure his defeat. ill life sentence. The meeting of ttie republican com-- 1 gj 10 toOOc per 100 pounds. Millet, oic per 100 lbs. Straw, :J0c per 100 a ;. lbs. Ship-tuf70c per 100 lbs. Com chop. 65c per 100 lbs We keep Policeman Amos McGaughey was ac- mlttee on Saturday to nominate candiquitted at Lawrenceburg of ihe charge dates for county offices may not be such IVJ) smooth sailing as was predicted. Some ' of murdering Al. Woods. G. W. Moore was beaten Into Insen- old wounds will not heal. The spirits ' fiT sibility by three Negroes, who over- of George Duvisoii and Spued Smith are moving about and a hypnotic took him near Pineville. is being exerted wherever it Casey county will likely vote on the j free turnplko question in November. will work. Miss Vandelia Varnum will deliver a It will carry at least three to one. Monday! James Bowles, an S.'l year old Owsley lecture in ttie court-hous- e county citizen, saw a railroad locomo- night, March 22, on ttie subject: "Who tive for the first time at Richmond a pays.the Freight V Tho lecture is to ' Still so Diilcrcnt. bo under the auspices of the W. C. T. i few days ago. proceeds above expenses to bo Richard Trlbble, a Madison county This often occurs when look-- at Negro, was drowned In Kentucky river to the K. P. lodge. Miss Vat- -. goods. near Ford, while trying to jump from uuirf comes highly recommended as a' one log to another. j speaker. Admission 2 cents. Xo one can tell the same 'fjio young ladles of ttie Missionary! Granville Cecil's barn, In Boyle, piece of goods at differSociety of the Christian church, are burned Friday night. The Io?s is Insured for S2.000. The origin of making extensive preparations for ent places. tllittt liWf1it Jtn ti Iwi irScnn si tsw1nt ' tho tire Is unknown. John Beard, of police of night, Nov. 15, at Mrs. "Wesley West's. NIcholasville, charged with embez- This promises to be one of the social republic, especially of inauguration zling the city's funds, was acquitted to events of tho season. They will serve dainty refreshments and promise to all ceremonies and enjoys telling of Thos. ttio surprise of everybody. E. C. Moore, a prominent citizen cf a delightful entertainment. .JolTerson riding on horseback to the Quito a sensation was created in the capital and hitching tils horse to a tree Marion county, is the defendant in a to' All and When nearby, in order to take tho oath when seduction suit tiled by Emma Wilson, a Bryantsvllle section on Monday morn-- 1 The Market Affords. One Low we Advertise inducted into the olllco of president. farmer's daughter, who wants $20,000 ing, when It was announced that a feour male child about one week old hud He even, to the inllnite amusement of damages. All tho prisoners In the Lebanon jail, been left at Mr. Polo Cheatem's door' the republicans, says that ttio late pa eight in number, broke out Saturday about J o'clock Sunday night. Some geantry and extravagant display of costly apimrol and blazing diamonds night, for ttie second tlmo within the one knocked at the door, but when Mr. j was a glaring insult (in view of the de past month. Five of them voluntarily Cheatem opened It no one was there but the child. It was veil wrapped pressed condition of the jieople of this returned. Deputy United States Marshal Strin but was crying piteoimly. No clue has j country) to the patient and long sufferAnd CLOTUIXG Are the Best, We Know ing subject of his majesty. William ger attempted to capture John Thomas, oeeu uiccovcreu as to Us parentage. It ! MeKliiley. Tho old man goes so far as of Madison, who is wanted on the Is believed that Mr. c. will keep tho fflfig T&inHiT to say the whole thing was in had taste charge of moonshining. but had to let child and raise it. Ho is a popular man J It g'flJflilAM & CO., DANVILLE, KentUk7. (&U& d and was evon bad intlitlcs; that the him go after tiring live shots nt tho and a good citizen. A member of tho committee who was chasm between the jKtwors that be, and Ileeing man. Cupt. A. J. Burke, aged fll years, absent when ttie report was accepted the iwople Is constantly widening and dropped dead on his farm in Boyle. He demonstrated that an error had been will at last end In revolution. " probably died of heart disease and had committed by reporting tho cost of rebeen dead tome time when the body pairs on Section 2, Danville, LancasRELIGIOUS. was found. The deceased leaves a wid-- ter and NIcholasville road tit $103 per BUILDING: mllo as tho cost for six years past was and a large family. Itwv. J. II. Crouch, of Ludlow, will No. S. Situated Just outside Mike Maloney, a Cincinnati Southern only $118 per mile per annum und it PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE. splendid turnpike and between of city limits on a town and preach at the IJaptist church Sunday splendid dwelling, barn and all necessary outbuildbrakeman, fell from a car while cross- would only be 10 per mllo If the presmorning and night. "o. 1. Situated In I.lucoln county, Ky., ings, ample water for loth domestic and stock farm acres, with u tine, fence aud in Tills Elder J. W. McGnrvey, Jr.. held a ing High Bridge and Inula miraculous ident, Charles Boulden, is correct in near Dlx lUve, eotitalnltuRootIU narns, an necessary high stato of farm is all under good producing qual- a laixe lirlelc dwelling, two escae from death, tils hands uncon- saying that lie can keep it in good or- outbuilding, all uiulcr t?oI fence; Hue orchard of ities are first cultivation, in fact Its lu the counclass and second to none meeting at the Lebanon Christian treot made from a careful and prudent atout to the city, church, which resulted in 13 additions. sciously catching tho telegraph wires der with 15 rods of rock to tho mile at selection of acclimated Tarletles. Thl farm is in a ty; in addition to this It is contiguous close to the which is ii blessing in the way of being SO per rod or $90 per mile. The error high slate of cultivation and will produce in ijuall- line educational and religious facilities. Price Rev. David T. Condt, who was mis- which run alongside the structure. quantity that of half cash, balance in and '2 years. Editor Anstl D. Miller, of the Rich arose from the fact that the committee t)' and rice :w cr acre; any farm In I.lucoln coun ty, 1 lerms tmj. sionary to Sandwich Islands from 1S.'H1 No. 7. Near Crab Orchard, containing 135 acres, well Improved In every particular and nicely locato 1S.V1, is dead at Beloit, Wis., aged mond Climax, had a dog to bite him reported that section as 16 miles, when o. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., conterms liberal. one night last week and thinking it 22 miles should have been considered. taining 3tX acres, well Improved, all under fence, ted. Price SIC per acre; acres, fine IK). No. 2i. Contains 4X) brick well watered, line ldy ol timbr, "5 acrt--t of river Bur-gi- n The turnpike light Is on In earnest bottom, in tine condition for any kind of farming duelling with 8 rooms, splendid barn aud all outAn evangelist named Kuss is now mad, ho decided to try tho famous acre, cash In buildings, volumes of never falling water, together madstone. Tho stone adhered four and will be settled byjballots instead of Kroducu Price SIS peryears. with a iil that will give satisfaction In the yieldengaged in an effort to convert New in I and 3 ing of nuy kind of farm products, situated on good times. Mr. Miller is doing nicely and dynamite. After much discussion the Orleans. A man may rise above any pike, close to school aud cliurcn. Price SI8 er acres, good Ko. 3. fiscal court decided on Tuesday to order excellent Contains ISOapple orchard, Improvements acre; easy term;, apprehends no danger. Pantagraph. nice, location water, fttio handicap. 32. Store house two stories hlgb, new stock of a vote to be taken on the question, very productive, about 5 tulles from Stanford. I lev. W. S. Grlnstead will preach Price ?:i,W9. general merchandise, which will invoice S7.50O; at whether or not county bonds shall bo BRODHeflD. three dwellings with good stable, ware and buggy Hebron, tho new Methodist church Situated In Lincoln county and contains homo nud all outbuildings with splenIssued to raise funds to purchase the 05 No. 4. all of which is tine, productive, river bot- - did wells and necessary to each dwelling; the acres, clstcrnl near Cedar Creek. Sunday afternoon, total Rev. A. J. Pike filled his engage- roads. j torn, with rplendld Improvements, nil under good amount oflaml ujion which tho buildings stand is There are !'! miles and the cost at ao o'clock. He will administer tho ment at Gilead last Sunday. lence. piemy oi neer lauinj waier anu win pro- two acres. Cost of building the store house and will be about $.'10,000. It will be a heat- duce tine hemp, tobacco ana corn. Price $1,W); three dwelllr gs was and the land 81,000. The sacrament of tho Lord's supper. Dr. Benton is gradually improving ed campaign and as present price for all the U ve projwty SJ.000. It will require a terms easy. Tho Sue Bennett Memorial School and will in course of two or three weeks vote to carry it, it is not Laml Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Furat London nnnounces a Normal term be able to discharge tits duties tm of likely to win: especially nished, lients Collected. Writo to J. II. SO WDEH, Stanford, Ky. as times are commencing March '10. with a charge yore. close and tho manner of raiding the tax of l.S0 to a a month. Hoard $2 a Dr. J. M. Clark is erecting a large, is not equitable and Imposes a great week. Address Kev. J. J. Dickey, combination building to be used us a burden on those who receive the least London. dwelling, private olllco and drug store, benefit from the roads by travel. If the In one of his Binton sermons Sam with rooms to let. ft' object is to pay the people's way to Mrs. Amanda Ballard, a dashing tawn, we had as well lease the L. & N. Jones said: "I believe that fun is next to religion and tho next best thing to young widow, received serious internal railroad for that purpose. fun Is money. H the fellow htm relig- injuries in falling from the platform Circuit court is in session, Judge M. New Seeds in Papers and Hulk Guaranteed the .Best. Dunn's store from C. .Saulley presiding, with Commonion, fun and money, I can't see what leading to Frith el&o tho fool wants." the railroad last Thursday. wealth Attorney J. S. Owsley ably and A TV m. m old b;ibo of William zealously watching the Interests of The w. I I m I ? i m m m m ta j m m. m Treadling at the Christian church the Francis died Sunday night and the re- Commonwealth,- W, B. Mason taxing Sunday morning and night by Elder J. , .. ... W v . T. Sharrard. Morning subject, "Con- mains were placed In ttie Christian eost, Sheriff Robinson and his faithful ew uods ana iteeis, ocsiuass Lines ana every tiling in tno lino ni wj Cemetery. This is the Hist bereave- corps of deputies, and Jailer Beqge science:" night "Social Sins and GamLower Prices. bling." The young people's society ment of the young parents. all executing the orders of the court. T Mrs. Ed Albright entertained in roy- Tho judge delivered a forcible and meets at (1 1. M. Sunday. al stylo at her little cottage home one comprehensive charge to the grand Two preachers will bo pitted against night last week in honor of her cousin, jury on Monday, which not only served Compounded from tho Very Ilest Drugs and Chemicals. Prices Low. MJ each other in tho Legislative race in Miss Mattie, who enters tho spring tho purposo for which it was intended, tt Pike county next fall. The democrats HM TX7 term of Prof. Chandler's school. ww but served as a valuable lecture to the avi TVTrtl.r)TJTrRT3- have nominated tho How W. J. May, S" Frank Sanders and family, who left student of law in reference to the varwhile tho republicans have bolocted tho Rockcastle some eight or 10 years since, ious crimes, the penalty and the pro Rev. Anderson Hatfield as their candireturned to his old place from Grays duction of evidonce. Ttie criminal date. says that tho country of docket is light, there being no murder J. L. Frost, deceased, of Mayflold, this week and Rocks Is far bettor than that of Knox. cases, which speaks well for our coun willed $2,500 to the Primitive Baptist d .Miss Jennie Reynolds has been ty. There Is a fairly large civil dock church for tho erection of a house of to her room tho past week as tho et. Tho following cases have been dls- worsli ip at Wingo. Tho will was condeep cold. John Jarrett, losed of: Commonwealth vs. John tested by the heirs of Frost, and the result of a Jr., and Albert Albright uro now brav- Ross for furnishing liquor to a minor court decided in favor of tho fhtn-i.li- . in tho last lined $50; John Royston breach of the They will begin tho erection of a ing an attack of measles stage. Mrs. J. G. Frith and little son, peace fined $50; William Rout same ofchurch at onco at that place. of the Orti, are undergoing fense fined $50; Obedlah Gnrnett selling For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material atjcloser This is tho last night of "Uncle Joe" grip. prices than ever. liquor unlawfully $50; same for carryHopper's meeting at tho Maxwell Street boys are getting ing concealed weapons fined $50. In Oh how anxious-thand Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed church. There will doubtless bo a full o at tills place. It each of the foregoing cases the fines Studing about tho one side all seasoned stock. house to hear tho last sermon of this is reported that some of tho applicants are to be worked out If not paid. Frank beloved man of God and hear him sing have gone to Washington to see who is Cockrell and Jesse Mundy, colored, got "Old Time Religion." There was a going to bo tho lucky man, but some one year In the penitentiary for housegood congregation out last night dewo can not believe this report. An spite tho down pour of rain. Lexing- how report Bays that Mr. R. L. Tot- - breaking. Dee Turner was fined $50 other and Miko Turner se'- for assault und ton Leader, 10th. ten says that If ho Is not tho success buttery. Through an invitation from Rov. G. ful man George Davison will, never get -R. Davis, chaplain of tho Carson, Neb., tho instructions of this county any At Milwaukee, Magglo Kennedy, a prison, Fltzsimmons, the pugilist, at- more, &c. But if a hard working and former queen of the circus ring, transtended tho services Sunday, and led tho nover-tlrln- g republican should happen formed her bed into a funeral pyre and choir. "Why Wait so Long" was sung to bo tho man, Mr. L. L. Jarrett would was litorally cooked to death. She satIsJ Receiving his- and afterward tho minister arose nn.l hand out tho mall at Brodhead. But urated her bed with kerosene oil, lay preached a forcihlo sermon from a bib as all tho applicants are such nico ac down upon It and touched a match to not as ono that beut-,-- .. commodating, ludles first nud then gen tho oil, making no attempt to escape lical text, -- I., it ...1.1..1 from the Humes she had started. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call utuuii, "uiuuuub very appropriate. tlotnen, we havo nothing to say. I IbflJUliS fhrtTTT vn-ou- nt FJuULidLiS I If Coal Frorr) Tc to II f, 2c, J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. ce They're the Same l, do-nat- $a,-(XX- ), ' f ox-chi- ef WeCarrytheBestGoods Price that I Neckwear, Shirts, Shoes and Hats It. S TfTnr2.ftTT REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. INTERIOR JOURNAL -- J-- "'manager. toll-gal- o' pur-ion'- s. , -' 810,-00- 1 two-stor- y one-thir- d two-thir- mmmm&&mfflmffimm I LflPRETH'S GHRDEN T SEEDS. t two-wee- - I FISHING I .... t ... m " I PRESGRiPTtONS m 1 1 Doors, Sash and Blinds, iWmM - - T. ttvvwwmb'sii con-line- Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,;Eto. ed post-oillc- I A. C. SINE, Stanford, Kv. -i H G RUPLEY THE MERGBANT TAILOR -- 'U-igi- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. mlm r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., Mar. 12, 1897 W. P. WALTON. to give in Madison causes the Register some hot stuff, the cowardly raiders which wo most heartily endorse. It were says it is high time these mobs landed broken up and their members prepared in the penitentiary, a place Their offense for just such criminals. turnis not simply an offense against assault on pike property- -it is a savage must the natural rights of men. They convicted. I be apprehended and rights have been Invaded, the law has been violated, order has been brushed aside, the county discredited and the State dishonored. Let justice bo done. . upheaval that brought After all the may go for E. C. Linnev to the surface naught. It is now claimed that the Louisville city council, without author! boundary of ty to do so, changed the district by annexing a the Senatorial suburb, thereby rendering the election demovoid and that neither he nor his seated. If this cratic opponent can bo Senator's is true all of the will go glimmersupposed importance Washinging and instead of going to ton to take charge of the government printing office, he will have to go back esto the case In some other printing tablishment ri-va- te so-call- rp.,1, ,1Mti.iinl.lnn nf SOVOral toll-gatC- d demohere during the campaign for the probably bo cratic ticket, and who will the leader of the minority in Congress, facsays the democrats should offer no to the republican protious opposition he gram for protection. They should, dethinks, insist on a full hearing and Haws in bate so that there shall be no satisfied that we can the record. He is win next time for tho administration can has bitten off much more than it CONGRESSMAN BAILEY, who spoke masticate. which nearly 1,100 millions of the public funds reckless waste Reed's causes Chairman Cannon, man of the appropriation committee, to say that tho expenses of the government during tho last Congress were in of excess of tho legitimate demands service. The public agrees the public very fully with Mr. Cannon, but nobody expected hlra to go off In that way. It was supposed he was an apologist for tho concern. Chairman Johnston, of the democratic State Central Committee, says the doors will be left wide open for those who want democratic success to join with us. This is the right spirit. no There should be no questions asked, efmade, but an earnest made charges fort from all sides to get together, not for the offices, but for tho good of theg The Grecian reply to the Powers was country, which will soon need the sav-iuconciliatory. Greece offers to withdraw grace of the democratic party. the licet from Cretan waters, and to There seems to be a disposition on place her troops in Crete under control the part of most people, who want to of the Powers to restore order. It is see justice administered, to advocate a suggested that the question of Cretan respite for Walling till after Jackson is autonomy be left to the Cretans. hang, hoping that on the scaffold the It is said that when Congress adprincipal in the tragedy will exoner- journed, Hon. James B. MeCreary ate his tool. Wo believe, however, "looked mournfully towards Kenthat If the law shall take Its course no tucky." Incidentally, it may bo ol injustice will be done. served that whenever the Honorable Teems MeCreary looks mournful, It Is THE story published by several patime for other politicians to begin to pers that Blackburn had thrown up the feel that way. Glasgow Times. sponge and would not stand for C. R. Cotton's platform ought to proved what it boro to the Senate make him solid for the Legislature in on its face to be the merest bosh. Joe so .easily. He will Jessamine. He says: "I not only fadoes not surrender vor free turnpikes, but free lunch coundie a'dghting, the more especially ters; coal reduced to six cents a bushel; chance, as in when he has a lighting free transportation on railroads, no thi9 Instance. charges should be mado by liverymen; claim that he has 1 banks should not charge interest on Dr. Hunter's votes pledged to him for U. S. Senator money; doctors no medical fees; lawyers Is doubtless an effort to screw the cour- should bo retired from business; merage of those who are actually pledged chants made to sell goods at cost and up to tho sticking point. If his asser- every effort put forth to1 mako times tion is true he has pain sailing for the moro prosperous." nomination, but it is not truo by a jug of dollars, 1 The 54th Congress appropriated Ellen and Robert Parker, children, Rev. S. II. Young, of Woostor, O., were knocked from a trestle by a train was appointed governor of Alaska. g n felony at Terra Haute, and killed. A bill making In a suburb near Maysvillc Ike passed tho Arkansas Houso by a large Thomas, aged 15. was struck by an majority. Gen. Harrison refused to indorse his electric guy line and killed. n There was only ono bid and tho son, Russell, for an internal revenue sold for $.'1,001, 000. Tho reorganicollectorship. 1. Georgo W. Stone, of Loitchtleld, was zation takes place about May d Carrie Smith, of Sand appointed State inspector of mines by Plains, W. Va., fell Into a tub of boil-In- r Gov. Bradley. water and was scalded to death. Judgo Rives, of Lebanon, has withJames Nlbert, who learned counterdrawn from the race for circuit judge feiting while a juror, was given three leaving Judge Patterson without years by the U. S. court at Louisville. Mrs. Henry Ward Beechcr, relict of A fued between friends of Cooper and Stamford, Day, both of Mt. Sterling, may result the great preacher, died at a long Illness. Sho was So. on account of the primary election for Conn., after At Maytleld, Will Henry was senjudge. to' tho penitentiary for life on Hon. John A. Violett, claimed as one tenced housebreaking. of tho gold democrats who would vote his third conviction for was attacked by three G. W. Moore for Hunter, denounces, the story and Negroes near Plnovllle, and his skull Hunter too. of his eyes gouged All but two of tho members of the was crushed and one out. Sinking Fund Commission voted to reFifteen people were killed in a feartain Warden Happy. Clerk Canfield, ful wreck caused by a washout on the however, must go. Hazelton, On leaving Washington for Frank- E. and T. II. railroad, near fort Joe Blackburn said he expected to Ind. J. M. Twineman, of Wheeling. W. be back In his old place again. The Va., took morphine and died rather is a hopeful soul. desires for strong The sinking fund commissioners re- than yield to his fused to remove Warden Happy from drink. Elmer Raymer, of d the Eddyville penitentiary, though e Clarksvllle, Tenn., swallowed a stick-threurged by Gov. Bradley. Happy is a results are inches long. Fatal Hunter man. feared. A bill has been Introduced in the While their father was out logging New York Legislature to authorize an Deens, of Bell appropriation of 3100,000 by tho city of two children of Mike and were burncounty, played with fire New York to establish a colony for ed to death. habitual drunkards At Humboldt, Tenn., Frank Day, A Lexington paper says that at a conagreed to a life ference there it was agreed that Black- charged with murder, trial, and this Henter.co burn should resign us nominee of the term without caucus and that McCrcary be substitu- wus Imposed. By tho premature explosion of a gun ted for U. S. Senator. in LuPlatte J. R. Mount is a candidate for the aboard tho crulse'r Yuntlc,and two seriwas killed Legislature in Oldham county, subject river, ono man to tho democratic primary, to be held ously wounded. A referee has been appointed to exMay '22. He is a of Mr. J. amine into the insolvency of the SouthM. McRoberts, of this place. Association at Col. Washington has made a .Kwor-fu- l ern Building and Loan Knoxville. Tenn. appeal to Gov. Bradley to save Woodford county will instituto conWalling's life. He says his client is all the mentally Irresponsible and completely demnation proceedings against turnpike roads that have not been surunder tho domination of Jackson. Secretary Bliss says he Is going to be rendered to the county. There were mined In Alabama last conservative and only going to make coal and 2,5SU,710 necessary changes in the Interior De- year 5,705,7111 tons of were produced, tho banner partment but he will likely hi Induced tons of coke history. to believe that an entire change is im- year of Alabama's During a tight on tho recreation perative. school, Lexington, Senator William Henry Jones, chair- grounds at Dudley was stabbed in the man of the republican joint caucus, lias a lad named Elliott called a caucus for Friday night at back by Ed Offut, a classmate. Orlando Howe, of Little Rock, quarFrankfort. Tho call does not specify reled with his wife, and taking his two the nomination of a candidate for Senlittle sons, left home. A train struck ator as the purpose of the meeting. son and killed them. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter bays he has the father nnd one bandits who robbed Pursuit of tho 51 votes pledged for him In the repubthe L. & N. train near Calera, Ala., lican caucus, and that consequently he been abandoned. It Is now will bo nominated and elected Senator. Tuesday has thought the robbers got only about .,- He says he is for himself first, last and all the time and has no second choice. 000. W. Thomas Burns, a prominent merFalling to prevent the election of a committed suicide republican Senator, it is said that Sen- chant of Cynthlana, In the mouth. Bad by shooting himself ator Blackburn will contest on the money are assigned grounds of illegal votes cast by Speed. health and loss of Lieberth and other republicans alleged as the cause. At the celebration of the 77th birthto be disqualified to serve in the Legisday of Jason Webb, near Sergent, were lature. prize-fightinMo-noThree-year-oloppc-sltlo- n. or Four-year-olson-in-law FARM AND TRADE, Myers & Allen sold here Monday . 20 AT THE calves at S. U. Shanks sold to Mr. Patterson u lot of corn at $1.75. M. S. Baughman sold toE. P. Woods Josh Jones bought In Pulaski for R. cattle at $2:1. J. M. Roberts sold to Walker & It's n Ilonnnzn for tho people this weak. Wi refer to our big clearanco sale now Brown 21 Pulaski county holforsut2c. Now Is tho time to advertise your in progress In order to tnako loom for our stallions. Don't wait till tho season Is over. T. J. Culton sold to G. A. Swlnc-broa- d 10 yearlings nt SWnnd five cows Cobb nine d three Pole-Ang- us cows for $110. Louisville Store. STOCK. at 2c. IEW SPBIHC Lyon & Allen sold hero this week a Which is arriving everyday. Tho I'lionotn uial Hargains we ofl'er. tho absolute of values nnd the styles nil considered render this salo one of more than catbunch of yearling nnd ordinary Interest to tho purchasing public Wo deem further comment useless tle at Hi to .'He. two-year-o- ld Bales fc McKlwalno, of Richmond, sold to a Now York party two walk, tros and canter geldings at $500. None of tho three fastest stallions Gentry, Pointer nor Patchen, will bo in the stud this spring. John D. Powell, of Richmond, has sold to Indiana parties his tine stallion, Bluegrass Squirrel, for $.'150. Altao 2:09! is looking well and is be- Our Prices and Our Goods Speak For Us. dress goods, former price 12 h, go now at oe. Good apron ginghams only a yard, best Percales, a yard wide, newest patterns, only 9c, Mosonvillo Lonsdale and Fruit of Loom cotton only 7c, Comforts and Blankets go at half price. Seamless black hose only dc in all sizes. Uoosier cotton oc only, Ladies' good Calf and Grain Shoes at 85c worth $1.25, do. Dongola 00c, worth $1.25, Misses' Shoesonly 70c, Infants' shoes 20c, Men' heavy working Shoes 95c worth $1.25, Mens' Lace and Congress Shoes $1.00 worth $1.50, Mens' good heavy Suits $1.00 to $8.00, Mens' cheviot Suits only $0.00, Mens' Overcoats almost given away. Mens' Jean pants 75c & $1.00 a pair, Boy's Knee pants 25c worth 50c, Home made rag carpet 15c per yard, Straw matting 10c per yard. yon will always hnd real, live heonomical llonse-keepbargains. TMaid ing driven over tho road at Portland, Oregon. He will bo raced this year. J. C. Hays, of the East End, sold to P. P. Nunnolley 17 calves at $12 and to another party 17 of a better grade at $15. lc Wayne Will havo 40 1 and county cattle for salo tho 15th. Dehorned nnd good colors. J. F. Cook, Rowland. Wanted. Five Durham bulls and three Jersey heifers. Give full description and lowest cash price. J. F. all-wo- ol Cook, Rowland. J. E. Clay has sold to Moses Kahn 200 cattle at He. One lot averaged in weight, and the other drove aver eraged 1,400. Paris News. F. Reld received a line yearling Jersey bull from Coopersburg, Pa., yesterday. Tne express on It was about as much as an ordinary bull would sell for. To hand down and Merchant Tailoring Goo Is in Great Variety. Ho stiro and call, wo will always treit you right. The strawberry growers of tho Chattanooga dlstricl are highly elated over the prospects for a heavy crop this sea- sou. It is estimated that tho crop thero And at figures thnt will provo that tliey are cheap. Lulled Shoes from f I, up, Mlm-o- i' will bo larger than last year by 25,0C0 Shoos from 75c, up. Children's Shoe, 2oc, up. Men's Shoes at 51, up. Iloys' crates. Shoes, 90c, up. John Moore and James WIngato sold to Farrls it Whitley u lot of shoats at $:t to $3.10. B. G. Fox bought of A. J. McMullln, M. S. Baughman and A. A. UIUIANSKV & CO, Pjiorainroits. Hundley live work mules at $75 to $50. T. D. K.VXEY, Manaokh. Advocate. Milton Young bought of G. L. Wain-so- Pari", Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawrcncebiirg, Pynthlana, Versailles, Georgetown, Kluabethlown, Frankfort, nnd Matickport, Ind. the Gilbert farm, adjoining Mo HATS, NECKWEAR, CLOTHING nice: line: of shoes ST0RL. THE LOUISVILLE tt Kail-nenc- e, his Hi children, 150 grand-childre- n, SO great-grand-chlldr- and 50 great-great-childr- v b full. hibiting the wearing of high hats in theatres, because he thinks it unconstitutional GOV. BRADLEY has no patience with juries that try to shift the responsibility of punishment on hlra by finding a man guilty and then asking forhls pardon, and very sensibly turns down all such petitions. ! John HOW have the mighty fallen Ingalls, erstwhile U. S. Senator J. from Kansas, has gone to Carson, Xev., to write up tho prize fight for ft paper. New-Yor- k Louisville ladies will continue to wear high huts and obscure the sight of jhe stage from those who sit behind. proTho mayor vetoed tho ordinance POLITICS. Cleveland left a gold reserve of $150,000,000. - The Senutc agreed to a sine die ad- journment. MoKinlcyhas already received 08,- 000 applications for pie. Dr. G. E. Townsend was nominated for mayor of Bowling Green. safe wits broken open $28.72 only wa found. All the deposits are small. In his suit against Chief Justice Snodgrass, of Tennessee, Col. John II . Beasley. who was shot by tho former, testified that he did not believe In God, the Bible or tho immortality of the soul. D. W. Branch, a Montgomery engineer, has patented a side valve for an engine, which he has sold to the Plant System for $100,000. It saves nearly half the steam, Thomas Slzemore was called to his door In upper Breathitt county nnd assassinated by parties supposed to belong to the Red Strings, who havo been guilty of other crimes in the neighborhood lately. Mrs. Clara Doddard, of New York City, threw her baby out of a fifth story window when she heard that her houso was afire. When she realized what she had done sho jumjed from the window Told and was fatally Injured. Williamsburg has a female base ball Attorney General Taylor has filed club. against tho Southern Pacific Company Morgan Rico will fight a wildcat at four suits for nearly 8150,000, claimed Stanton, March 15. us lines und penalties for four years' John G. Carlisle has become counsel failure to report to tho auditor the data for the Southern railroad. required for an assessment of the comProf. Andro starts on his balloon trip pany's franchise. to the Polar regions in June. Harmon Kamp, a Covington printer, A petition for Scott Jackson's pardon called at his divorced wlfo's homo and has been filed with Gov. Bradley. go out with him. On her An Ironton, 0.,ibuby ato potash tab- asked her to refusal ho fired four shots at her, tho lets for candy and died a horrible death. mother-in-law- 's left Four horses, eight bulls and four men last taking off his pistol away from took tho were killed in a bull fight in Mexico a ear. She him and handed him over to tho police. week ago. Three States have abolished capital The betting on the light is now 810 to $7 in favor of punishmont Rhode Island, Maine und Wisconsin and substituted imprisontho former. Miss Katie Sharky died from burns ment In penitentiaries, generally for received while arranging a lambrequin life. So far as wo are advised the abolition of capital punishment has been at Covington. At Coyote, N. M., a perfidious wife followed by an Increase of capital and her paramour were killed by tho crimes. wronged husband. RobertG. Blaine, a brother of tho Fire in a Brooklyn apartment houso late James G. Blaine, is dead at Wash caused the death of two jwrsons and in ington. Ho was 05 years old and leaves jury of two o'hers. a wife and six children. Mr. Blaine had Lewis Combs wub found dead with his resided thero for a long number of throat cut near Hazard. Combs claim- years, and for some timo was employed ed to havo killed 50 men. in one of tho executive departments. Tho Negro president and cashier of a Savings bank at Baltimore skipped with $15,000 due depositors. When the News Briefly Grathlana, near Lexington, comprising 187 acres, and tho price paid was $75 Ier acre. This makes S21 ncres In one body in McGrathlana Stud Farm. Prof. Win. Graham has purchased of A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each flO'a Worth of Goods, We lmvoJiHt opened a largo and comprehensive stock of Joe Clark, a farm on the Russell Cave pike, near Lexington, for $53,000. Of tho amount $20,000 is to bo paid in cash and $3:1.000 (1150 shares) in North,tO ern Bank stock. Paris Keutuckian. Dining Tables, A dispatch from Monclavn, Mexico, Tho ladies are especially invited to see our new lino of Mockers, Knnmelcd Ilctls. Basics, Pictures, Ac Picture Frames s.iys that II. R. Rcmlson, an American nnd price guaranteed. Inspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors andmado to order. Work Window Shades. cattle buyer, has just closed deals for & CO. tho purchase of 118,000 head of Mexican A. YLy. cattle. These cattle were all purchased from ranchmen of that section and tliey will bo bhipped to Texas in a few days und fattened for market. It will not be Secretary Price's fiuil if tho Kentucky Derby Isn't tho race of royally bred the year. Twenty-thremade the final payment on March 1st and at least half that number will face tho starter. It will bo an inter-stat- e contest. Horses will bo hero from all over the country and tho Interest in tho result will bo nut tional. Louisville Critic, Kulmath 2:07J won in seven years 12(i of the 252 heats In which ho started. Q2irWn,SS,8,,,,C,,0rlu,, We claim for the Of these 112 wore In 2:110 or bettor, 71 oirMl' P! " will out last any other in 2:20 or bettor, 4i in 2:15 or hotter nnd six In 2:10 or better. Ho trotted a first heat In .2:07J, u second heat In h "S Ck'n '" a wiffioilr " with 2:03, a third heat in 2:01), a fourth ,l0 ,ho work in heat in 2:10!, a fifth heat in 2:11, a to sixth heat in 2:l!t und a seventh heat in 2:10. Kalmuth Is now tho property of Gilbert Judd, who was his caretaker Price, 3 r,0. Call and see It. during his turf career. Acolyte, tho famous Onward stallion, & T Y. which Gen. Coxey rode to Washington, hns been sold by Georgo II. Watson, of Frankfort, to F. D. Wilson, of Punxu-tawnePa., for $.'1,000. The horse was gold to Coxey by R. P. Pepper for 0 and after $25,000 had been paid on him fell back on tho Pepper estate. At the lato Pepper sale ho was sold to A. H. Moore, of Colmar, Pa., for $5,000, but Moore refused to take him, and ho was again sold at public auction here and purchased by Watson for $1,000. GIVEN J. : AWAY Sdo-Ilonnls, I tt Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, IIMC-A-HKA- BEAZLEY Lancaster, o three-year-ol- f THE QUEEN WashinMacline ! I I I 1 1 I tLSaE,sj;,unir "'i' f I m V HIGGINS M McKINNE y, $50,-00- Is Your Eye Siofit Faifira ? Do you need spectacles? DINK FARMER N u ciiiullditto for Jailer, subject to tho tion nf tho democratic p:irty. ac- If bo have your eyes totted aioncj at Craig & Hooker's- Spectacles nnd Nose Glasses from 25 Town Lots For Sale. er Logan Avenue und Lancaster street, containing Six Acres, good barn, crib, cixtcrn and servants' room and well ttocked in fruit and ornamental trect; an unimproved lot adjoining it, containing nearly '1 ivo Acre, one fronting Miller street, containing Four Acre; one on Whitley Avenue of One Acre and One Hood e Lots can be diThe Six and Four-Acr- cunt) up. We arc Spcclnlists'in Spectacles. tho fitting o Corbett-Fitzsim-mo- ns I offer for Mile privately four Town Ia1 in Miller Addition to Stanford, one on corn- TRUSSES I BST" Cheapest in piico and bsst in qua lty. Full Lino of Surgical Supplies. CRAIGS6 HOCKER. BiLTSfNESS TRAINING SCHOOLW. TKESOUTH. THE GREAT "zi ..ey .. .. ....... .. ....... vided. If not told before March 13, 1897, Saturday, they will on thalday be sold pub. licly in front of the court house door MRS KATE I'. MILLER, Extx. of W. II, Miller. SmM4lmm yJLL,r,( , i Jets j .....A... MEN BY THE UA0.NG RUiUESS Of 2j THE COUNTRY. wnoUMfw t - . u .i JU f J. ...4. . .K.V .rtl.. ly )"Vg!b& i U'V.,uJvi'ji..'j-- ' " &"tl tJ fSW' 'WTOarH'"' " rn K C INTERIOR JOURNAL Mar. 12, 1897 Danks' lino silver plutod ware. IlAMliuitas and laces In great varle ty at Shanks'. Wanted. Warren fc Stanford, Ky., Fresh Yellow Shanks. 1 1 Butter. lumber and shinWalton, Buhinis MANAar.it. gles as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. I WILL sell rough BORN, to the wife of Con stable Sam Kolhwell, a boy Charlie. ty Al.AHASTlN'i:, tho groat wall llnlsh, Is made In 13 different colors. Every color is In stock now at I'onny's Drug fe HlGOlNS A; i McKlNNRY are up-t- o- Store. date stovo men. See their Improved steel and east ranges. m m PERSONALS. MRS. W. $12. Babe Hansford, for beating Jim Cook, also colored, was lined $12 in II. SHANKS has been IIlCB went to iilte Judge Carson's court Tuesday. .. . m , Minsthbls. Arm Louisville strong's colored minstrels will give a yesterday. show at Hustonvllle Thursday night, Mr. John Hi.ain was considerably tho 18th. worse yesterday. TO Loan. $1,000 in sums to suit, on Mrs. W. A. Trmirm: returned from M;ihou county yesterday. well Improved Stanford property. Call Dr. Ku Alcorn, of IhiHtoiivllIc, was ut olllee. The Heal Estate Exchange, Stanford, Ky. here yesterday on business. -- " m m Hbv. K. II. Maiiony went to CincinLooic Hkri:. Vou can buy your nati Wednesday to hear Moody. corn, hay, oats (seed or feed), cow feed Mr. H. T. Matting ly has gone to and the tcst ami chcacst coal, nut and Newtown to run a big (louring mill. lump, at Noel it Son's. Mr. Thomas Dalton made a busiWantkd. Two rooms on llrst lloor ness trip to the mountain) this week. MR. JokF. Watrrs and daughter, In quiet family for gentleman and ICato Walton, aru down with measles. wife. Booms furnished or unfurnishMrs. J. W. Adams went to Lebanon ed, with or without board. Apply Junction yesterday to visit her daugh- at the Heal Estate Exchange. ter. WOVKN wire and Mrs. A. A. McKinnky went to tho mot economical oak picket fence, fence in tho marLouisville Wednesday to buy her Spring ket. I am selling It at about cost of goods. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Miss Mamik Hai.dwin, of Madison, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II. QlMCK sales and small profits. PricShanks. es talk. Tho Hygenle Bath Cabinet Misses IlllODA LUNHKORi) and Nun- - does tho work. W. W. Withers makes 11I0 VunDoveur wunt to Cincinnati the price f.'I.W) complete. Every cabiTiifsday. net guaranteed. Mrs. John Hush, of Huntington, Old Monrv- .- Mr. C. W. Boone, of W. Vn., has been visiting her brother, tho Glllwrts Creek section, has a silver Dr. Clifton Fowler. Mrs. Sai.uk Siiii'Man, of Huston-vlll- dollar with the stamp of King George Price inllrniary for I made 132 years ago and another is at h stamped with King George II nearly treatment for rheumatism. Mtss Hosk Joni-- s, who has been Ii years old. sick, Is able to lw up again. North To Tin; Pi'.N. -- Deputy Sheriff B.M. Mlddletown cor. Paris Kontuekinn. Newland, assisted by Jailer Georgo Mr. J. W. CocilltAN, who was here and Jack Boarloy, took Frank under Drs. I'oyton and Carpenter, has Brooks George Craig, Fields Salter returned to Ids homo In Garrard a new and John Anderson to Frankfort man. to serve tho sentences Imjiosod DKl'l'TY SlIKKIKTlM. G. ItKYNOLOS, at the recent term of circuit court. of the South End, has been here this Jl'DOB Sal'KLBY was right when, in week assisting Sherltf Newland with his charge to tho grand jury, he charhis delinquent list. acterized the turnpike raiders as cowMkssks. W. C, J. J. AND S. J. attended tho party glvou by Mrs. ards. The turnpike raiders are and turnpike raiding would soon James Ellis, of the West End, and rebe broken up If so many of the officers port an elegant time. Die. E. J HltoWN. of ML Vernon, of tho law were not also cowards. was hero yesterday viewing the situa- Courier-Journa- l. tion. Ho will move with his family No toll Is Iwlng taken on hero In a couple of weeks and practice Gap pike, John Haines, whothe Hall's kept the his profession. gate near town having moved to his Will Hl'KF.man and Henry Carpen- farm on Neal's creek, and Mrs. Eu ter, of Hustonvllle. were hero Wednes-- d bank, who kept tho other gate, having ly returning from Lancaster, where declined to collect It and will move out. they went in thellnteresfof tho William Wilder, who kept the gate on Minstrel Co., which will give a tho Lancaster piko for a week, lius lerforinanco there next week. thrown up hU job and James Bolder, Mr. C E. Wools, of thu Richmond tho paralytic, now has It In charge. Climax, lot a hat to tho Register, ONB of tho showmun and his wife which assorted that Its subscription list last had a row at the St. Asaph the other Is larger than it was and which Mr. Woods would not be- night and as a result the husband was lli, ve till he had examined the books. locked up. Ho claimed that the wom Mksshs.-G- . A. McKohkrts, It. M. an hud received a compromising letter Newland and Thomas Shanks, of Sum-for- In answer to one she had sent, and tho will attend tho party that Miss trouble began. He choked her and she Lucia McAfounvlUJglvoJ Friday ulght blacked his eye. Next day Judgo Car-so- u lined tho man MO. which ho paid in honor of Misses Annie Shanks, of Stanford, Louise Averlll, of Frankfort, and shook tlio dint of the city from his feet. Tho woman wont Scot freo. and Lizzie Logan, of Shelbyvllle. Mrs. J. S. -- McClnnahnn fc m m m sick. - e, Jo-op- De-Bo- nl yet-tord- ay MY-Ki- ts row-a-d- b, Hus-tjnvll- lo d, . Marlon Falcon. , Lincoln county, havo been visiting atives and friends m this county for a few days. Miss Luerotia Vaught, of Hustonvllle, is visiting Miss Mollio Dolllns near town.- - Born, to tho wife of Mr.Tolbert Martin, on tho 26tli, a boy. Somerset Paragon. rel- Mr. and Mrs. Josiaii Bishop, of and children returned from Washington Tuesday .CM1'' KHr "as been In tho government printingolllce for three v.'iirs at L'ood nay, but hu advises those who havo even fair jobs at home not to bo lured from them by tho high salaries at tho capiUil. Expenses thcro are heavy and eat up all tho difference. MR. AND MRS. G. C. KRLLRR, JR., HOME "NEWS, DaNKS' for solid-gold TliKehangoi that time has wrought Stanford in the last 4." years is wonderful. Mr. Mack Huffman, who though unmarried, confesses to (iO years of ago, tolls us that ho and only live other jwrsons are living hero that were when ho was 10 years old J. N. Craig, Mrs. Susan Warren, Mrs. Sallio Wm. Daugherty and J. S. Hughes. Ho further finds that within a radius of 2 miles from Stanford not a single person is living In houses now that they were 15 years ago and that ho Is tho only person that is living on the samo lot that ho was at that time, though tho old house has long since gone tho way of so many others. Mr. Huffman was lwm und raised hero and has seen tho place grow from a mere hamlet to ono of considerable Imjwr-tancIn Van-Arsdal- Taxes. Sheriff T. D. Newland contributes about a column to this Issue. Read It and If your name appears In It Northkrn seed potatoes, oats, Ac, you had better seo him at once. at Biggins & McKlnney's. Tub rain of Tuesday kept a Eoas. Barred Plymoth Kocks, pare of tho members of the Lincoln number County Xo man is well dressed without a nice Hat. I am headas can bo, 7.ni for lfi. II. J. Mcllob-ert- Medical Society from coming to their meecting here and very little business quarters' for mens' wear, and have A LARGi: lino of the latest Spring was transacted. styles in hats just received at Shanks'. Death. "Aunt Mealy" Buckner, Come In and look at them. ono of the best old colored women who mm Examini: the grey enameled goods ever lived in Stanford, died WednesIn Biggins A McKlnney's window; di- day. She was the wife of Scott Buckrect from the factory and lower than ner and was about 00 years old. In Stills, Cubas, Pashas, and Alpines in Black, Brown and ever offered hero. getting drunk and acting in a For the new Hat brims-- J. B. Stetsons hats at $3.50. For Salb. Northern seed and feed disorderly manner, James Humber, an Pearl with oats, hay, corn, Timothy seed, Blue-Gra- East End Negro, was put under guard seed and Clover seed. Opposite and will be tried at Crab Orchard this morning. He went to tho houso of Geo. M. D. Elmore's. J. B. HIgglns. Haggard and scared his family and J. T. JoNBS has opened a dyeing ami when tho latter found him he cut two DON'T JUMP cloth cleaning business in connection ugly gashes in the Negro's head with with his tin shop. Tho German who an axe. OVER THE HOUSE Anderson was with the To open tlio windows don't go Fast Mail. It lightened and It does his work. all over town looking for a good thundered, It rained and poured, but Drug Store, when you've got track Mrs. Katb P. Millbr, as ext'x, has thoso disturbances of the elements failof one, right under your nose This changed the date for sale of lots adver- ed to keep the people from seeing the must be a good Drug Store not tised elsewhere In this issue to Satur- Fast Mall at Walton's Opera House because we say so, but because 13 at 2 i M., in front of the Monday night. A good day March sized crowd was ' doctors and careful people say so. house door. At the same time there and enjoyed the performance court They are not hired to praise it eishe will sell a valuable law library and from the rise to the last fall of the curther. Drugs cost them regular n safe, new and in good condition. tain. The scenic effects were very price, oven if thoy lay their praises on with a trowel. When you get. March 13. Tho date for tho meeting realistic, tho blowing up of the steam-loathe mall and freight trains and NiIn the way of trading hero you of tho Democratic County Committee will understand why our patrons has been jostoned one week and the agara Falls creating both wonderment members of It aro requested to bo in and applause. Each actor seemed to PRAISE US. Stanford at 10 A. M., Saturday, March fit his part and all did well. The verDRUG 13. The candidates for the various satile author of the play, Mr. Lincoln county offices will be on hand at 1 P.M., J. Carter, has several other shows on tho road and all are doing like the one same date. J. E. Carson, chm'n. WE HANDLE thnt appeared here, winning success Dawson. 'Squire W. L. Dawson and coining money for him. Manager was fleeted county judge yesterday on R. G. Guptlll Is an exceedingly clever, tho 10th ballot, tho vote standing three as well as a very fine business man, and for htm and ono for Hon. Harvey Helm. makes friends wherever he goes. From tho llrst to the ninth ballot the Moody. Instead of going to the opvote stood two each for Mr. Helm and era, the religious editor of this paper Mr. P. M. MeRol)orts, 'Squires Dawson and Bailey voting for the former and went to hear Moody at Music Hall, - AXD while in Cincinnati Wednesday night, Edmlston and Faulkner for the latter. They then voted for their colleague, and was amply repaid, even if he had Mr. Dawson, who cast his vote for Mr. heard nothing further than the solo by Prof. Towner, the Mists Helm. It is a pretty trying time to go have Rolled Away." uecompanied In office now but we believe that into JSSrSpcciiications and Prices with Guarantee Furnished on Applicition.-- a Judge Dawson will prove equal to the the chorus by several hundred voices. is a grand song, grandly sung and occasion and till the office with credit It Mr. Moody himself said he had never alike to himself and the county. heard better music. In fact ho declar Bary Found. While getting drift- ed that he was loath to begin as he wood out of Dix river near the mouth would like to hear that choir sing all night for there could not be better muof Hickman's cavo Tuesday, Jerry n colored man, sic this side of glory, and so It seemed a found a Negro loy baby. A lishlng line ns the notes lllled tho immense hall and was tied tightly around its neck and it stirred the audience of 5,000 people. was very evident that Its cruel mother Tho great evangelist sjwke from Isaiah: We have placed on sale an immense line of Stylish or some other heartless being had tied "Let the wicked man forsake his way tho little thing to a rook or some other and the unrighteous mun his thoughts, Spring Dress Goods. heavy substance and thrown It into tho Ac." It was directed mainly to sinchild and ners and was one of tho most powerful river. It was a Englemnu thinks it could not have efforts ever listened to. He explained been exceeding two weeks old. After reiHjntance at length, urged the sinner burying it in his garden the old man to turn from his way and accept the salcame to town and told the officers what vation that can be had for the asking. he had found, but it is more than His manner is Intensely earnest, his Black Goods are still very popular, and we can certainly probable that its destroyer will never words arc eloquent and taken all in all he has hardly a pulpit superior. Just please you. Our line comprises all the newest weaves in be known. before the sermon he asked the auplain and figured blacks; prices, 25c to $1.50. DbaTIL J. Met7gar Ashlock died at dience to engage with him In silent Lexington Wednesday after 10 days' prayer and a stillness prevailed with illness of pneumonia and his remains those 5.0W people, which would havo wero brought here yesteiilay and laid been interrupted even by a pin fall. to rest in tho old family burying Cheeks are selling for skirts and dresses and we can sup-p- i' ground on tho Lancaster pike. Ho was MATRIMONIAL asylum and was both a a guard at the you in all size checks at all size prices. Look at our good officer and citizen. He was a son G. William Gouver. In the Chatham of the late George Ashlock and was 2ti county, Ga., jail under a 15 years' sen- ITovcltie.s-th- e prices are right. years old. Mr. Ashlock joined the or- tence for murder, married Miss Sarah der of the Maccabees some months ago Rcilly. M. T. Reynolds, a widower of 55, and but took out no insurance. The following members of the Lexington Tent ac- Mrs. Sarah C. Gooch, a good looking companied the remains here: A. L. widow of 51, were married this week. Hanks, E. B. Hawkins, R. S. Nichols, Both are from the Waynesburg secand J. II. Shryock, while David Lee, tion. WILLIAM SHELTON. President. James W. Harris, a widower of 70, Charles Smith and Thomas Martin, associated with him at the asylum show- was married at Contralin, Mo., to Miss The Second Session of 1S90-9ed their respect for him by coming al- Lizzie Allen, a widow of 23. The groom so. has six children who are older than his OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1SOT. BoKN, to tlio wlfo of fy, of Highland, a girl. James McGuf- - s. The Very Latest Styles H. m m ss J, McROBERTS. well-know- n t, PSNNY'S STORE. -- Star Wind Mills, Geneva Feed Cutters, B. K. WEAR EN & SON. The Taylor Hose Powers, well-know- Dress Goods. good-lookin- g BLACK 6O0BS. Greeks a?d Jovelties. SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD FEMKLE C0LLEG6. 7 e, e. rings. lilack Minorca. . EGOS for hatching, J. C. McClary. . in Eggs and hams taken for goods at For Salb. Push cart, good as now. & W. H . ShankB'. Warren Shanks. ' now lines, reels everything cheaper at W. B. Me- and Roberts'. I WILL sell you best quality steel rooting nearly as cheap as you can buy shingles. A. C. Sine. Twins. McClelland Wheat, of tho West End, Is rejoicing over the arrival of twins, a boy and girl. Tt Is L'enernlly understood that Judge Dawson wlllj appoint Mr. J. E. Lynn magistrate when tho former's papers Fishing noles. rods, arrive ' Coal, corn, millet, straw, ship stuff, oats, mc hay, H Sco prices in another column. J. For Sale. corn-cho- p, Baughman it. Co. Rrmarkahlb Family. Mr. Georgo Conway Abraham, who lies qulto ill at his homo in the East End, la a member of a family remarkable in many respects. Tho parents, Francis Abraham and Jestlno Mallory, came to this State from King William county, Virginia, when Indians constituted the greater part of tho population and settled on tho farm still occupied by tho family. To them were born 11 children all of whom lived until tho youngest was 45 years old. Tho wlfo was tho llrst to die. Six of tho family are living whoso combined ages are 4(55 years making an average of 771 years. Five of them live in ono house, all enjoying single blessedness. Five of the eight daughters married and their husbands wero all house carpenters. Georgo C. and William F. borved tho Confederacy under Morgan and came homo without a scratch, except small pox marks contracted at Fort Douglas. Tho old gentlemen aro very proud to say that not one of tho descendants of tho family over cast a republican vote. turnpike raiders wero out again Jacob Cross, a Rushville, Ind., farm Monday night and tore down the gate er, who has just died, was married six on the Lancaster piko again. We have times and three of his former wives no stock in a single piko and therefore with his widow, survive him. Fivo of do not speak from an interested stand- the women wero widows when Cross point, but if we wero an officer of any married them. of tho roads and the raiders wero to Down in Southwestern Kentucky, tear down a gate, wo would put armed Inst week, a mancnught a fellow a'hug men thero and collect toll if it took glng his wife. Instead of killing him, every cont and more to pay tho ex- ho went to a lawyer and stated tho case. pense. One man with backbone and a "I can get a divorce for you easy gun could run ovcry raider that would enough on that," said tho attorney. "I Thoy aro over show his face. do not want a divorce" said tho felafraid to do anything In tho open, but low "that woman's the finest in town, prefer darkness for their deeds and what I want is an injunction," and nnonymousness for their communicathereupon tho man of law expired. tions. Tho following cowardly eplstlo Jesse C. Lynn and Miss Ora Wood was received through the mails, but it wero married yesterday ufternoon at 5 does not 6caro tho recolvers oven a little bit. Mr. Vundoveor says tho cow- o'clock at Rev. R. R. Noel's by that ards aro at liberty to call on him any gentleman. Tho wedding was a quiet on-no timo thoy seo fit and ho will give them affair, thero being attendants and i a few friends present. After the cerely tho best in his shop: young couple drove out to the D. W. Vandbnt.br. Dear SIrS mony tho Mr. groom's father's, Mr. James E. Lynn, As you seem to Bo Determind to still thoy will reside. The brldo Is colcet toll on your Roads Wo will where tho youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas say that If those Gates Does Not como Wood, of the Maywood section, and Down at onco thoy will Bo taken Down E. is an unusually handsomo and attracand If thero Is ono Man Hurt off tho lady dud is tho possessor of many Freo turn men your Neck and Wallis tive accomplishments. Tho 'groom Is tho Vurnons and your Property shnl Pay stooic man wno counts his tho Pendloty Now you may think this ' by tho hundreds. Ho Is tho Simply talk off ono man But you Will friends son of Mr. J. E. Lynn and a lino see thero Is Hundreds of us so you can oldest business man. That tho union will bo Do as you Pleas and take What Follows a happy one wo havo not a doubt and your Res a Friend. off thinking tho Interior Journal extends to tho p. S. Wo Havo Bin coming and soing you and Wullis happy pair its heartiest congratulations wishes. About Mid Night soon any way it is and best a Little unpleasant to Hero thunder TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY, Hronio liTuko All With out a Cloud But this Will Hap- sruKglatsLaxatlro the moneyQuinine TableU. For If It falls to Cure. refund pen If thoso Gates Docs Not come off. Lleby W. U. Mcltoberti, Crlr A Rocker anj O. . l'cnoy, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Stanford, March 4. TUB well-Know- wife. logue Address, MRS KANN'IE S. SAUPLEY, For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac., send for our New CataLdy Pvincipal, Stanford, Ky. iypiom Wo havo added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock Merchandise and are now prepared to of General Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an overy-day, suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of , Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, 01a.sware, Queonswaro, &c , was never more complete FARRIS Wmi'vl. w. St HARDIN, normal Vapor Bath Cabinet n Something new in tho realm of Health and II) gieue. It is for the benetit of every ninn, woman and child. It is nature's great helper in tho use of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Hath Folding Cabinet for Homes. A complete Jvus-eia- n Medicated or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs Treatment by your own fireside at a nominal co.st. All physicians endorse it and it is now in use in many Hospitals of the country and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect euro for La Grippe, Khoumatism, Neuralgia, Colds, Skins Diseases, Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidney and Liver Troubles, and is Woman's I5est Friend. After a vapor bath Just before going to bed. you will say no other bith is comparable to it. It removes all tho effete, pernicious accumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth mid glowing, reinvigorating the whole system. With ordinary caro will last a life time. When not in uso can be folded and set away. Two or three cents' worth of wood alcohol and about a pint of water is all that is necessary for each bath. Can bo seen at Craig & Hocker's and Miss Llcciejpayzle's. zzF &. S. HUGHES, SoUtrjerrj Rerjt. ?- . . "- - ... j ' i l.it V 7t tm .! STATR:ANI COTNTY. ns tremely penurious property-owneurchins who ere MONDAY, APL. ia, x897 he gazed nt a lot of playing in the street. lt ' between tho hours of 0 A. M. and "To what do you refer?" Ssix"tell3lioiT,ia.oa5.a.3ro;a.3a.5.rid.a3"0 ... o mw i.. titii fiiu'ii fif Mlll- l"These children. Just look at their i tie ford. Lincoln county. Ky.. I win ox, dirty faces!" W docs seem too bad that they the hfcl.cM Udder, for en In '""" "It . f.. ii... vi.nr charged. tho State mill county him.--. should have so little care." aa- - When not so paid C2.CO will "Urn; I wasn't thinking" of that. They're carrying oil my real estate." ertv. or so;imioh thvrvot tiHtiiuy InMiwinry Washington Star. to (niv nlil laxiM. This lM H1 1k pulilMii'd four week, mid tho nnmos will tlUappwr Iter Idcis of It. tiiMMUiul eoH soonji-ith- e The girl in "tho box coat noticed the from tliolNt as t of advert Mug U S2. TIME CARD. littlo flower girl eying her rather close- aro paid. The Wiiitk. DIVISION. ly, and sho finally asked in a patronizSTAM'Onn. NO. KENTUCKY CENTRAL ing way what it was that called for so DauL'hertv. Jack, 14 nctxw. '00. S 2.15 at Train leaves Stanford a;: 10 a. tn. nndlrcturns much, attention. 2.55 J. 1, lot In Howland m. Dohinoy, at 4:30 1. a "Dat coat," was the prompt reply. Dye, J. S.. 09 acres '05-- 0 DIVISION. KNOXVILLE "Ah, yes," said the. girl in tho box 0.15 Hlatt, ItOHslot In Howlaiul. fl ...12 37 p m coat, "it is a handsome coat, isn't It?" .... 3.05 North . No. 2t Train going Wllllatn, 25 acres, '05-- 0 13 a m 3 " " "Suro t'ing," answered the flower girl. Miller, Jim. I1T acres, 'Mjfi No. 25 " 4.10 12 01 p m feouth " 3fo. 25 " OJtp ni "Too bad it doesn't fit yer, ain't it?" " " No. 23 " siiort. Thomas, lot In Howland. '1U.... 2.20 Chicago Post. For all 1'olnU. Halls Gap Turnpike r, eourt-iinuv1 .'-- "- THEINTERIOR JOURNAL "It's Ilia Solicitude scandalous J" exclnmed the ex- Sheriff's Sale for Taxes MullliH. Itoticrl It., town lot . . Mulllii". Siirnli. .'1 ucrv Kim, OeorRo, (n. r.), 05 uervs . . 'M-- fl '. T . . 5 1.00 SO A Sheet Anchor for the GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Superintendent of Lincoln county, suhject to the ltoldiison, Wlllliini, 10 acre. luilnncc Knit Intnl. U. Alfred, 01 nct-v- . Sclmillz. Mrs. IIuro. 20 nerw Slmnis. John M I)., W ncrv. " 'l5-- 0 .... . . 2.KS 1.15 ,t0 3.0-- Poor Man. A Safeguard for llio Kieh. Kcsults Assured. No arty. anion of Kiddle Schools of the llisk Trmiter, Krtink, , , ' i burner. Churli. fn. r.h . , , '"""" .",N' 202 netvi. ,.. ......... -' 'M,.. "" ""- 3.13 . J ' 4 '" u "; va .M) .S5 .M) Tho Now England Mutual Lifo Jett t. . r.ii.lliluir for J. F. UOL.DAIU nli- Asspwor of Lincoln coniity, to thu action of lliedeniiK'ratlc lsirlj. - 7 tiertH, , . !, tJ in .45 Insurance Oo., SAMUEL 91. OWENS 1M -- co-.- Waters, Mrs. Elizabeth, ! acns, '06 White, 1!. L., 73 iimw. W - - - Wetland. Joseph. 35 acres. M - Voiiiii;. .Mrs. Sarah J.. 31 lien's, '1)5 Hall's heirs, i)J acms, '! - - - HUSTONVII.I.i:, NO. 4 Hell, Charles It., 75 seres, '! Hencllct, Wesley I!., ll itw, M-Christopher, 1). V.,2 lots, lulinre W 6 1 0 Issues nil Forms of Life, Kndownient and Is a candldato f.ir sherlll'of Lincoln county, stihjcct to ihcncllon of the democratic patty. - 1.05 Term Policies - 212 - 1.25 - 2.50 All l'ulicies Issued Pnrlicipalo In tho An .weorof Llncolncotinty, suh- r action of the democratic iuty. Wiiitk. nual Distribution of Surplus. Cash sur- ject to tho earnestly solicited. stiort U n.ao render and Participating l'ttld up Insur5,0) BEAR THIS IN MIND. EMMETT McCORHlACK M. (Torres-poudenc- ance "l)5-- Mor-dion- .. 1 TlinO'JOn TICKETS SOLD. IJAC.OAOn C1IK.CKKD THUOUGH. For any lnforniatlou enquire ol JOB S. RICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. KENTUCKY P.M. 2 30 A.M. 2,00 Her Exciting Sport. The Gotham maiden stalks tho count Who craves her father's cash: Tho bloomln' noblo murmurs "dot," WHY TOMMY CRIED. Her father murmurs "dashl" N. T. Journal. The Stanford and 7tU5 l mid iiiit; lot. '05-- 0 Lancaster Turnpike Tho Stanford and lload and one lot, 'W-The Carpenters Station nnd Moreland Station Tumplko lload anu one 101 Tld-iiO 05-0- 'l1 aa.oo I ... MIDLAND RAILWAY- - HUSTOSVILLi:, NO. Hurton, 1, heirs. 15 teres '90 Hcailvy, John, town lot, 'W-y- i Carpenter, (Ivorps 50 acres Cooiht, William, one lot '05.0 Clu)d, John, 3 am ".'5-Holme, l'eter, one lot '0.-HocWr, Charles, 30 acres "M ...... Ilium, I'A, lOacres U.H' Jonc, John, 15 aires MiConnack, Alrre.1, 15 acres 'Ofl Morton. John, lOncres 'M-Singleton, Frank, C acres ''X halantv 1 '1H5-0 6 .... 4.75 3 50 2M) 2.20 3.5.1 Values Endorsed on Evory Policy. No catch clnusca; No line print. o F. ELKIN suh- Is a candidate for Aswwor of Lincoln comity, ject to the action of the democratic party .. Solicited. JOE T. EMBRY of Lincoln county, suhIs a candidal for ject to the action t the democratic party aud ettrncstly aks ) our support. 3.40 2.55 3 10 JESSS D. WEABEIT, Agent, Stanford, Ky. .siwr 3KI 2.15 4.05 1 Blue den. - Grass Nurseries. C. G. BAKER 00 STANTOUn, NO. A.M. 1 CountED. .05 2.05 via m:oum:roVK. i 603 725 5 10 315 450 1150 8 10 Arr 1 0.1 Lve. Somerset, " 12 m ' Jet. City, 00 Arr Oeorgetown, Lv 10 20 6 ' Frankfort, o r. m. ir Til i 835 630 300 5 30 . Arr Parts Dally except Sunday Lve 9 20 c. n.iinitCAW. v. a. Sips akP POWDER Absolutely Pure. healthfiilnej. Assures Ihs food against alum and all forms of adulteration so common in tho cheap brands. KorAL n ski.no Powder Co., Now lork. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and w till What is your little boy crying and moaning about in the next Mrs. Bellows Mrs. Fellows Oh, he begged mo to give him a raw turnip awhile ago. "And you didn't do it?" "Yes, but I did." X. Y. Tribune. A Musical Mnrtyr. They played him classics, sweet and grand; Ills faco was sad to sec. Ho faintly shouted "Dravo," and Ho longed for "Sweet Marie." Washington Star. Arborolojjy. room? CANDY KITCHEN! up a I have opened Street Candy and can Mnnufncto-iyonLaneasler "Now, Thomas," 6aid the teacher, "write mo a sentence in which the words pine and butternut are used." And Thomas wrote: "Tho fellow felt almighty tough, When him his best girl cut; First ho thought he'd pine away, And then ho thought ho'd butternut." supply F.xcel-lonnw Of Many Varieties and Superior Huy a liicucle until you 1.75 Very Simple. hm-- It arittil discount on M'orif i!v. Mr W Curtis Hubert. 2.13 Grade an experienced maker, is in chnrge and j Husband How is that; whether 1 2.00 "Wiuyer's SiKcian&t High 11 guarantees satisfaction, Give us a call. M"ih;t give you much or little, you always Pattern and rcarrantctl. K. 91-J. A STEPHENSON. Station i, Chicago seem to get along all theBame? CRAB ORCHARD. NO. Wife That's very simple. When you .i.iiiniu. 100 acres. '05-- . .C4.45 give mo much I use tho surplus to pay w,.i,i.n., . 3.30 Bruce. Wllllatn, 40 acres, '00 tho debts 1 make when you give me 2.00 250 acres, '00 . Chappell ,t StelnegRcr, little. Fllegende Blaettcr. our. ,nou.emelnd grah-.C5.00 Karris, J. B., 300 acres, 05 vE, B. WlNGl.ll. stiuonn, wn.Unkind Intimation. acres, '05-- 0 Hamm, J. 1).. 100 . 11.45 "My child," said tho old herring tc Moore, David, 132 acres, '00 . 5.20 the young herring, by way of parting Oaks. Jemima. 108 acres, -5 Winger's Steel advice, "the whole ocean is before you, Oaks, Jlni. 50 acres. '00 5 WILL CURE but don't go too near those canneries Ottenhclnier. Mrs. Clara. lot, '00 . . . 10.00 Meebanlea.Hr along tho coast of Maine unless you Ottenhelmer, Jacob, 717 acres, '05-- . . 20.75 Scrofula, Salt Rheum, contnictd and ssssssssssssasssssl simple. Avarvl4 Chiwant to bo taken for a Bardine," Sores, Boils, Pustules, WorW's Fair Payne. Andrew, heirs. 40 acres, '00 . . . .05 and atedsX Eczema, Tetter, cago Tribune. Sliifrhtnn. Mrs. O. W.. Olio lot, '05- - . . 01.75 '08 0.00 Tanks. lUtnlatorsandOrlnd-Warren. Jno., agent Hays, 40 acre. On the Z.lne. si. u'lmivn and all diseases of the blood and 2.75 Wobbling Willie Deso bisooklcs is Wetland, Charles, 00 acres, '00 MS Vnood Terrace, CblcsvfO. FRESH CANDY Detroit Journal. HallliiRer. Green, S acres Halley. Tom. 41 acre Ilrlght, Henry. 5 acres Hrljjht, Jeff. 13 acres ltutcher. Matilda. 1 town lot Carson, Sam. I acre Carter, Georpe. 1 lot, '05-- 0 Christopher, Al, 1 nen, '00..' ( Dctwau. Harry. lSncrt-Hills, ltufortl. 1 lot, '05-- 0 Knihry. Mil. 1 lot. "05- -0 Embry, Smith. 1 lot, '05-- 0 Evans, ltlchanl. 12 actus. lt5 rnulkner, Ulchard, 5 acres, '90... Gardener. Jerry, 7 acre.'"" Glvens. Anthony, heirs, 1 lot, '1)0. Glveiis. Annul, 10 ncros '00 Gill, Green, 1 lot, '00 Goode. Prank. 1 lot. '00 Goode, Frank, Sr.. 10 acres. Ofl... Glvens, Top. heirs. 1 lot. '06...... Mocker, Anderxin, 1 lot, Hocker, Joe, t lot, '00 Hill. .Ionian, 1 lot, '05-0- .. ttinx Jackson, Alice. 1 lot, 'IH. James. Henry. 1 lot. '00.. Jones. William. 1 lot. '00. Jones, Arch. 1 lot. '00 Lackey. William. 1 lot, '00... Lee. Vina. 1 lot. '05-- 00 Ixipan. Sam. 1 lot. '05-0- 0 Mlddleton. George. 1 lot, '00.. Mver., Jess, 1 lot. '00 Owslov, Marlah, 2 acres, '00.. Patterson. Annie. 1 lot, '00 .. Kout. S. II.. 3 acres. Shears, Prank, 10 acres. '05-0... Stewart. Silas, 2 acres," Stewart. Larklu. 1 ncre. "- Trlbhle, Hen. 2 ncrvs. '00 . . Vandeveer. Jes, 0 acre, '90 . 1 acre, '01 Withers, George, Warren. Syd. 1 acre. 05-- 0 s '05-0.... '05-0.0. '05-0.- 2.55 1.05 2.50 1.55 3.50 2.00 2.55 4.20 3.10 5.25 2.00 2.S5 2.45 Even thing for Orvhanl, bum and Gar' Pull stocks of Ornamental and Fruit Trees, Grant Vine, Asparagus and Smalt A Fruits. We employ no agents but sell at living prices dinct to the planter. Telephone tho 1 desiro to sell privately in ojjiee. StnneUrry and general Xursery frame dwelling in MiridlobuTR, formerly Catalogues on application to . Wilcher, owned and occupied by Jno. 11. F. IUU.KSMYE11, containing fivo big rooms nnd many mod Islington, Ky. 9U nil nccetwa-r- y em conveniences. There are oulhotes, nil in good repair, nnd an excellent small orchanl nnd good well FOll SALE II Y Write me for further particulars. JAMES W. MoWHOKTKKj F. REID, STANFORD, KY. Mlddleburg, Cnsoy Co , Ky. 01 ltn Golddust Horses for lioth Saddle and liar-t- i Purjwsft. T. 1). NEWLANP. SiiKiuiT. SPRING. 1897. sub-le- ct Is a candidate for A wsnr of Lincoln county, to the action of ihodemocratle tarty Thinking thesouthern end of the county Is entitled loa slice of the pie, lie asks your support. Nice Home For Sale. two-story WILLIAM MOREL AN O Is a candidal for Avir id Uncoln, subject to the action of the democratic paity. He kindly asW your suprl. SAM W. MENEFEE of Llncolii (silinly, Is a ratidldsle ject to the action of the democratic party. sub- Mason Hotel MRS. V. I). SIMPSON, l'ror. 2.50 1.00 j Farmers Bank&Tnist Co. or stan roup, kv. - Jersey And Short-Hor- n Cattle, Lancaster, tnblo. "Kvfiythlng meet nil trnins. Ncwlv : Kentucky. Tortcrs &U 2.05 2.15 2.15 2.05 3.25 2.00 5.25 i'ofamf China Hogs and Soiifiiioini Sheep. Strains. Choice Individuals of $200,000200 17,603 SO Call or Write Your Wants. Pali up Capital, Surplus, lt ftirnilit'J; clean bed; lirst-da- 3.S5 2.0 2.20 2.20 3.40 3.30 5.10 2.15 3.35 By pnivhl.ins of Its charter, depositors are a fully protected as arcdeltors In National Hanks, Its shareholders Iwln held Individually liable to the extent of the amount t their stxk theivln at tho iir value thervof, In addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may act as rxrttitor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an Individual Tendering our thanks to Hum who hare entrusted their business to us, c trust they will continue to do w, and we otler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our 20 years' exsrk'iic In Imnk-luand as literal urtviumoilatlous as are consistent with sound banking. g imaiM imimi :c rro- - DIRECTORS. Miiur in lr.ii n mi (intinif r.1 cIIt uroiiertr or ductlve faniu In Suuford and IJueoIu ftiunly al Kails Ilraneh Coal and will I am still Agent .inj i wii r,wrceuL, lMyahle furnish luds for puldic or rrratluil otllclalst keep a wpply of all kliwU of Cual, so yeu an for want at the JmhI wwM ptloes such as v Administrators or Wiunllans at lash. Office twit ihwr W. W. Wllhrls' I umlture Am agent for four of the Ut lIru Companies doln; husiiieM 111 Kenliicly and SltifP. J. II. HKKil.N'S.Krwprletor, wdlclt atroiisiteof pniM'rt holders In jManford. W T. aAl'NDKItS, Manager, Itatoi sjiueas other omiivinles doltitt l.ultirn hete. WA1.1.ACL l VAItNON, AkU St. Cm Itowlaud, Ky COAL J fr rwiMiu-ahleiatr- l't .'0 3.45 3.00 5.50 3.50 1.45 J. J. Williams. Ml. Vernon; W. II. Cnuiuln-- , I'renclienvlllej J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. Shanks, William is J. K.mbry, J. K. Cah, A. W. Carjicntcr; i:. Lynn, J. J. N. Mencfce. tii-K'- j; SHELBY & SJ1EL13Y, ..Kroprletors A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, S. II. Shanks. President: J. II. Owsley, Cashier; orricaxs. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE W. M. Bright, Teller Klrst-Cla- ... ... 2-- 2.00 Do Not reasotiahlo rates refit Turnouts, prompt attention, scrr A irtlon of your jatronao Is Olllreover Mclloberts' Pnig Store In llulldliu. la fully sollcltcl. Junction City, Ky. Stanford, Ky. John II. CasiLKMAS. UWml lhKnley Umiak, m' tf J.T.Jones, TlH IKD SHEET A i. .t- - C ISO. WORKS, COOKE'S . STANFORD, KY Sole proprietor of ;i)ean's lllacV Idsmoiid IUxjf lUtlmalcs ;urnlshcl for painting wo.xl, KaluU meUl and Iron roots. Satisfaction guaranteed All roots painted with Dean's HUiV. iHsmoiid Kalnt warranto for Tears. Dealer In t CUlcru l'um"i sndCalranluJlron KllU-rs- , Oa!ranlied and lllack "l-t- f tmn ltiainneof all klmU. ! vUs U-s- m INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. L'-'.-M SARSAPARILLAi '03-4- ,C'-'.2- ? 1 C HNffift 3STOTICE I All tenons deslrlni UKUst Kosts for l.laiik fence, uist and rallluK or wire fence can find what tliey srantat my sloro near Ctxtar Creek, on theI pike also loidln from Crah Orchard to Stanford keep on hand a supply of plank for feticlnit. All for bulldlui puripym; als.i Ixurtls kinds of lumber and slilnslea. All wrsoti dmlriuit any article of this kind can call ou me at nijr store iii;arCo.tar . O SI Creek. BSRBEE S CaSTLEMS. MANAULItS, J , r Commerce Building, Louisville. Agcuts Throughout the Siuth. a . war Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and a great blessln. CRAB ORCHARD, NO. dysHungry Hank W'y so? Yer doesn't Howard, Tom, 2 acres, balance pepsia, kidney and liver disease ride one. wash Ilumber. Sam. 1 acre Wobbling Willie Nope, '03-yield to its curative powers and days dere's twicet as many but clo'es ter Welch. Tom. 4 acres, when cured it WAYNE.SBURG, NO. choose from. N. Y. Truth. 0 3-- 2.75 31.55 3.73 SleelTanks KpNsaaasssaaaaaaaB VjssWy 3Pssssssssssssssssssssy h01.ino. W. A. TR.IBBLX, Uveal Agvnt, Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, Wolford, Hustonville. W.'C. " F. B Twidwell, Hammond, Hubble. J. A. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott. Powers. Bcazley & Son. Crab Orchard. M Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke. Hrirrodsbti'tr Kv. 1" Celebration in Order. Judge Are you aware of any mitigating circumstances in your cuso? Criminal Yes, your honor; this is the fiftieth time I have been arrested for vagrancy, and I thought that perhaps wc mlghtget up a little jubilee. Tlt-Dlt- s. Prospective Delight. Fuddy I was talking with old Mr. Bruce just now. lie's a nice old gentle-an. He says ho docs not think thatj he e cr told a lie, In his life, Duddy He lias a great pleasure before him. Boston Transcript. n k. "And Spudsworth lias 'broken up in business, lias he? Bit oil more than he could chew?" "Worse than that. He bit off more than the publlo could chew. He was in the gum business." Chicugo Tribune. Great Movement in Pork. Scanlon What was the largest shipment of pork in history ? Kavairaugh Give it up. Scanlon AVhen Ham was sent, by Noah to the whole of Africa. X. Y. At to Spadaworth. MOIN10K!llPIN10MII O 1 THE POPULAR 0 MOM OMB William, 100 acres Alfred. 12acros. '05-- 0 . . . Limco, heirs, 10S acres, '90 . J. M., lot In Rowland, '00j . Bovce, Mary, 35 acrt-s-, '00 . . . . Cain. C. W.. (n. r.). 75 notes, '00 . . Carman. Ilezeklnli, 20 acres. '00 . . Clore. .1. W.. (n. r.). 100 acres . . . . Crisler, J. G.. 90 acres rucher, John. 127 acres rrazler. Robert. 12 iicres, '05-4- 1 . . . Grabowskl. 1'rvd, (n. r., 100 acres. '05-- 0 Giinn, W. A., (n. r.), COO acres, '95-- 0 . Hamm, Samuel, 12 acres, '90 Jewell. H. C, ?0 uero. '00 Leach. General, (u. r.), 50 acres, '90 . Lee, John S.. 37 acres, '90 Longer, Ernest, 30 acres Mulllns, Samuel S., p2 acres, '95-- 0 . . Long, Joseph. 40 acres, '95 McDonald, Mrs. Mattle, lot Klngsvllle . Baxter, Bauuli, Bastln, Hastln. .... nlnli.d. g or square roua J.ublon Inallsls.s. x. 1.00 (K) s. wurosSs D. C'blcaisro. 'hn n thfnlr S. CARPENTER, stk lilt-ai- Stanfokd, Kentucky. 17tf 3.45 1.00 2.45 .M) Wanted-- 1.20 1.75 of some simple An thing to patent! in. Protect your Ideasi they may htiw you Attor CO.. atent Vrlte JOHN WKUDE11UUKN neys, Washington. I). C. for their ttfiu) pr to offer and list of two hundred tnvenllona wanted. Idea 3.15 2.35 3.00 3.20 31.70 l.Sti 1.35 1.00 STORE ROOM .... ,' i lL:-1 On Mfcin Street, Stanford, 2.15 2.15 4.10 1.05 .S5 FOR W. KE3STT. Apply to ' JJsttI ?i 'A .: ' r1 JTl J .TT F. WALTON. sTkCTI.P SJI h-L MMOIM0MMSM01M M0M0M1M0M0IMIM 'A A UODGRCAKinG BY l Furniture of al kinds Will carry a larger still sell cheaper than this year than out l, Plows. Tho Oliver Chilled, aulK.ly OK STAM'OIIK. KY. and olnts of all Silver Steel and CliattauiR kinds. Cultivators and Double Mioels, all Malta make, thel-s- t hi the world. Karniers, call In ami gel any tliiPg you want from u huirgy down Surplus $15,750. Capital Stcek 5100,000. I S.IAIIKKSTMU Itespeclfully. J l failed to the fact that Attention of the public this Is the only .National Hank In Stanford In. Act & il.r tho pruiiilotis ot the National Hankstock, deKwltonarusccunl not only by thmapltal liability lor an amount KtiKkholders' but by the mualtn thoalixk, so that drliorsiif this liistltu-Ho- n are secured by n fund ol j.t(i,tM. live sworu statement of the onidllloiiol the llatik aro made Corn ami mich year lo the l nllcl Stales Ouvvrtiiiieiit and Its Order OlDce and Kwtl Kxclianifc, near the ltallroad asM..s are cxamliie-- t at statetl times by guteriiiiii lit Crossing, Ienl Stnvt, agviits, thus securing additional andvlb.t salety to deiKjsltors. orlelnally eslabllhel as the !) '1 hUlnstliutlnti, Yard, Mill Mreet, lately J. II. Higglns1. Coal iKMlt llank of Stanford In IMi, then rwiigsnled ns . Satisfaction guarsutii-dthe National Hank ufStiinloid In 1R'A and again rcorgaulicd as the Klmt National Hank of Stanford In IMi, has had practically an unluterruidcd exist-ux- v for 3.1) ears. It Is letter supplied now with lacilltles for tranai ting business promptly and lllc erallytliaiiexcrbiforelii Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, llduilarles, firms ON IMKItoVKI) KAIIMS and Indli liluals solicited. DIRECTORS. In Lincoln county, Ky., at 6 nent. 1.U. IVIlcld. Lincoln Co.; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford Interest: no comuiMoii charKnl. fe. H. llaughmau, U;nisllle, S. T Harris, XT. DAVY. Hoom 17, Kenyonhiilldlnir, . , Hill, " T.1-and Kr . Kor blank r applications lap. lurilior inniniia. J.S.ll.K-keAilurm.,--. Stall. K. U Tanner, McKinney. " V un ,, . A. Trlbhle, ... :r' lion, in.iur)oi o. II. Colller.Crah Orrh'dt M. J. Miller, Mt. ernon. J. ford, Ky. M, I. Llmori', Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK NOEL SON, DEHLERS IN COHL, Uy, Kentucky. Stanford; - - MONEY .. TO LOAN Mjiiil-aiiiiu- i T l0iMM0IM0liCplNl Herpld. ' DR. W. B, PUNWT, mamsam Oentlst, omenta. 1. S.I locker, A. A. McKlnuey, Assistant Cashier. Kresldent; J.J. Mcltoberts, Cashier; BueUin'a Arnica Sahe. Tl,a iMt .i1r lii the world fur cilK. liruifcs 'norei, ulren.salt rheum, fever sore, tetter, chap- cd haiid, chilblains, conn and all nkln eruptions, It Is it tun tirir nirps idles or no nav required. Ituara Jteetl to give iierfect satisfaction cr nionev refnnded. I"rlco 25 cents per box Kor sale by v. U. MclIolMirls, Drnjrglst. A Ry0M0Tn Cf P 0MOINIRfl I'"- J. C. M'CLARY. if h W0 . Br. King A'f if Discovery for Consumption 1 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and A Funeral Director. VI BIGItOUTIi - 4: Stanford, : Ky. The Host Line toaud From OtBcoon Iaincaster street at IlcHldence TOLEDOAND DETROIT All I'olnts in Michigan. io(Mi0iV(r!(MM N N MOINHWDOINI 'K IMMOMAlJXrOlM UM M0M0(MM10IM0 MM G.r.A., FBAKK E. U. ON M0 This I the U"t medicine In the world for all forms of coughs and colds and for consumption. Kvery bottle Is gmrantefd. It will cure and not disappoint. It has no equal for whooping couli, asthma, hay lever, pneumonia, lironchltls, cold.ln the bead, la grippe and for eunsmilpffoD. It H safe for aliases, pleasant'lo lake hud alwvealLs sure euro. It Is always well to take Dr. Jvlng's New Life Kills In connection with VK King' Jew Discovery, as thoy regulate and tone the stomach and howeli. Wo guarantee perfect satisfactlorior return money. Kree trial Ijotttlcs at W.81,11, .' dnij store. Itcgnur size 50o and -it Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se J. T. SUTTON, Undertaker, - CHICAGO. "White Oily HestTermlual Matlon. Scial." Haatonville, Kentucky xi msV.MsVTXsSansasswfeKfj9Kt.;jv:Lsr,tr:tsrw:wi - .1 . . ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel Offers his services to the people of West Uncoln and Casey counties. Full stock of Cofllnsnnd Cask- TriC Thoroughbred BCUe-QRA- lS HWf) 00j01N0NI mm mm J. BEEP, Chicago. MACON, ets always on hand. D. S. Carienter, Manager. BOSTON. Wagner tileoplug Cars. Uutlet Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Krlvat Compartment Cars, Llegant Coaches aud Din-lu- g Cars, Hd sure your tickets read via "UK! I'OL'll " I). II. M.VUT1N, E. O. MlCOUMICK, Oen. Kass. i. Tkt. Agt. KassengorlTratHc Mgr., CINCINNATI, OHIO. " A Valuable Prescription. IMItor Murrlsnii, ol the Worthlngton, Ind., Sun, valuable prescription In writes: lulu Llectrlc Hitlers and I can cheerfully Tecoiiiiucnd It for constipation and sick headache and as a gen-e- r 1 system toulo It has no equsl." Mrs. Annie Mehle, Will Cottage Grove Avenue Chicago, Wis all nor digest food, lud a btck run dow.l could not ache which never left her nd felt tired nd weary, liottles of Electric Bitters restored her but six lie. ltli and renewed her strength. Krlce 50c and SI. Uet a IkjUIb at W. B. Mcltoberts' drug store. throe Jsrsey S Hi E'lCS, ,i ' J; ' MS IOfMOC (N10 mm oiMoiMiMoiMyi D.r.A IxiuurTllle. OKI et My hreeden were sulected (mm the Ue.t herds of of this tamous hrel of swine in several States A spleudld lot ofplgsof dllhrent ayea for sale. 1 red sows a sieeluUy. SalUniclIuu guaranteed. sollclteil. Address 1 CoricJ-ponden- H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun and Iool Smith. BTAKFOHP, KY. All kinds of repdrlng done at reisonihle rates. Upholsterlni a specialty. Hatlsfastlou guara.tcud. NEW YORK. &s353tKtBe?z!? R. H. BRONAUQH, Crah OrcbarJ, Ky. jsi.- - il,- - ..-- HS1IK.T.HJ .J..ft,JtJtmi-tKtm-: .. ?ji Ub,ij&smi. v-- . 'J --" 2Jl. "a -- fffc t1 fe v-- . ? j j ijA'