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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897031601 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-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. HARMONY Is What Gov, McCreary Y Middlebarg, Casey Co, Mr. I). F. Humphrey Is very low with consumption at lils.'homo on Carpenter's Crook. WllliumjCloyd has sold to his Mr. Alex Hicks, and will move to town. Green Hlvcrgoton a high again hist week and fencing replaced since the late high tide was again washed away. If any gentleman wishes information concerning the misfortune that befell John Paul a fow days ugo they should apply to J. W. McWhortor, Jr. Ladles need not apply. Joninn Carter killed a wild turkey In his barn lot ono day last week. Mr. C. Hays this is tho third ono ho has utoutl In his yard and shot sluccho has lived where he now docs. Mr. J. A. Allen, of Liberty, agent foi Hryan's new book, "Tho First Haltlo." was here last week Uikingbiibicriptlon. Mr. Allen thinks Bryan is the greatest man since Washington. Tho foot bridge across Jtho lagoon, which was washed away by tho late flood, has been rebuilt. This was prob ably the bUsiHjiision bridge referred to by thu Post correspondent homo time ago. The Franklin county farmers who bought land at Grovo are not tho least discouraged by thelowpriceof tobacco. They have sown largo beds and are preparing for a still larger crop this hia-furstej-fathe- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY.. MARCH J. A. Beazley and Miss 6. 1897. NO. 5 LANCASTER. Ntintii 13. Wants, "Xot ono word of reproach. Wc inilbt forgot for tho j;00" wu noI0 to lo." TIiIh in thu keynote of Gov. wurnlno; to the Kentucky democracy. "I am in favor of. harmony ami union In tho democratic party, with no word of reproach for any democrat. Wo should rumombor thejmotto of our State: "United wo utiintl, divided wo I r, fall." believe all democrats nhottld lie invited to participate In our convontioiiH who 'will pledge themsolvoa to mipport the nominees. Wo should forget tliat wo have been divided, and Htand shoulder to shoulder, submitting to tho will of thu majority, and wo will win glorious victories in tho counties, in tho districts and in the State. In ISO", when tho democrats of Kentucky cumu together and organized for victory and good government no questions were asked, no explanations were , required, and there were no no atonements and no divisions. It matters not In what army n man fought or what his sentiments may have been on important Imuiom, all whodosli-o- d good democratic government stood together and achieved a great victory. In this way the democrat? of Kentucky can get together anil be victorious accut-a-lions- EoRHIHHHHSHilJ Mi&5 KATilKlUN'n liuud-oiiicst WAMiKU,. Tho above I intended iw u likene s of one of tin' and most stylish young ladles of Somursot, though a picture c mid handy do her justice. She is a daughter of the leading lawyer of her city mm i a- - bright and vivacious in she is winMune and attractive. Mibt Waddell frequently visits here, where she U a general favorite and counts her friends by the logion. VICINITY NEWS. Wllllnm Blankenslilpdied In Casey wuek. R. II. Mitchell, a prominent distiller of Marlon county, died suddenly of h 4 ' r year. Tho mission of the democratic party Whisky is baid to have flowed freely Is as great and grand now as It lias ever in tho lato primary election in thih boon. Its hplondld work Is not com- county. One man is reported to have pleted, and If wu deserve miccus wo placed a Jug In tho hands of a mill firm, will win It. when they Immediately shutdown their Tho results of republican rule In machinery and the whole crew, coin Kentucky demand that democrats be posed entirely of democrats, got on a harmonious and do their duty. Tho glorious drunk. which has record of the lust Congre-m- . Tho democrats here are disposed to ftiirpasned all others in lavish and reck- censure J. V. Coulter for the part he less expenditures, tho certainty of a took In the lato republican primary. new tarltt law lmiolng unjust and in Jim may have stupjted aside somewhat burdens of taxation on the from democratic paths, but under tho people, tho failure to reform an unwise elroumstuneui wo think the sin against and vicious monetary system, tho In- the party is a pardonable ono, and all creasing iH)vur of eoriorations, triiete ought to forgive him, especially If lie nml combines, the reduction in value will promise not to do bo any more. He of lb a depression In trade and true blue democrat and has done prosperity, appeal to democrats In noble work for thu party In the past thunder tones to unite and 1o harmo- and can always be counted on when the nious anfl overthrow republican rule linal contest eotuus. His otforts to seand restore democratic power." cure the nomination of his to the olflce of circuit clerk will have PLKASANT DltKAMS. nothing to do with his future olitics. A ditllculty took'placo at Sunday young minister In visiting A nervous school at Walltown, East of here on a remote village had un unpleasant Tho old lady, at whose tho 7th, between Tilden Carman on one hoiibo ho staid, in showing him to his side and Kube and John Horton and room, said: 'It uin't everybody I'd James Floyd on tho other, that came put in this room. This here room Is near resulting in tho death of Carman. full of sacred associations to me," she Mr. Carman had ridden a Texas saddle went on ''My first husband died In that to Sunday school und Its peculiar make bed with his head on those pillows, and and tho number of strings attached to jioor Mr. Jenks died sitting in that cor- it attracted the attention of tho Horton ner. Sometimes when I come Into the boys und Floyd, und they were looking dark room I think I see him sitting it over and handling the strings, when there still. My own father died lyln' Carman jokingly told them not to allow on that lounge right under the window any of the strings to stick to their linthere. 1'oorTa, hu was a spiritualist gers. They became Indignant and beand ho alius suld he'd appear In this gan to curse him, when he told them room after he died; and sometimes I that ho meant what he had suld only as n joke, and told them that It was no mn foolish enough to look for him. If you should see anything of him tonight place for trouble. They continued to you'd better not tell me. It'd be a sign ubtibo him when he knocked Kube Horto mo that there was something In splr- - ton down. The other two covered him iamlism, and I'd hate to think that. then and notwithstanding thu great My ton by my ilrst man fell dead from odds against which ho was contending, heart dIbea-,- right where you stand. ho stood toe to too with them, and thoe He was a doctor and the two skele- who witnessed it say ho would have tons in that closet there belonged to whiped tho whole crew had not Hube him, and half n dozen skulls In that Horton struck him In tho back of the bwer drawer. If you are up early and head with a rock. Tho lick laid him want something to amuse yourself with prostrate, and it was flrst thought that Ids skull was crushed, but it proved to d before breakfast, just open that find a lot of bo only a very bad brulbo. Mr. Carman there and you will dead men's bones. My poor boy thought Is said to bo a peaceable, a lot of them. Well gocd night and young man, while tho Hortons and Floyd are roprorcnted as being tough. pleasant dreams.'' The hitter has borved u term in tho Early Tuesday morning the long ex- county jail for disturbing religious pected and dreaded summons of death worship, and will probably have toreg Inter again with Ciiatlo Bell. came to Miss Hester Perkins, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Perkins, near this city. Hosier had RELIGIOUS. been conllued to her bed nearly three Rev. Joe II. Hopper's meeting at months with rheumatism and other of tho phy- Lexington had 11 additions. diseases, making tho skill Rev. Ben Holm is conducting a resician inoirectual to save her. No inngentle and loving victim vival at tho Congregational church. er, more could have been selected for his dart, Tho singing Is In charge of Mr. Perry, and no ono better prepared to go. She of Spurtansburg, S. C. Middlcsboro united with tho Christian church hero News. Moody will bo In Louisville for flvo last fall and tho assuranco that Christ accepted her, gave peace mid com- days beginning March 21th. Ho will had fort to her during her long illness. It preach at the Auditorium und tho WarU always sad to contemplate death, but ren Memorial Church. Ruv. J. B. Crouch, of Ludlow, filled more so when death comes in tho und of life. Both the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunspring time of nature full of promise of better things. Tho day morning und night, his sermons flowers will bloom and fado but she fulfilling tho high expectations of his congregations. JIo may possibly be has entered tho land where culled to the pastorato. 'Everlasting spring abides Rev. Charles E. Nash, editor of tho And pleasures banish pain." The struggle with pain has ended. Baptist Inquirer, Louisville, is here to ipi. l.nttin linn been foucrht and victory add subscribers to his list and to find won, for, "To dto was gain." Tho eyes prosiiectlvo tourists to tho "Tho Blblo of lovo will miss her in tho home, but Lands," tho necessary expenses of a tho oyo of faith will bco her In that trip thither being only $080. Ho will Building of God,"thut 'houso not haye charge of the excursion, tickets made with hands otcrnul In tho heav- good for one year. ens." To her bereaved family wo exJ. T. S. Tho Covington Commonwealth says tend our sympathy. that John G. Carlisle is coming back to prize- light Tho und hero s Covington to live und Ills house is now will bo pulled off being prepared. hoping both may be killed. ab-encu bon-in-Ia- w this year. heart trouble. William IJniry. the largubt land owner In the United State, is dead at Kclthsburg, 111. Tllford Jones, a London boy, has been engaged by the Knoxville base ball club at 8115 per month. Hugh A. Sued, u Miicou countv farmer, broke a blood vessel while coughing and dlud in a few minutes. James Burton, the tallest man in Madison county, died near Silver Creek Saturday. He was over seven foot. Sweeney will bo married Wednesday evening by Elder Georgo W. Gowan at tho residence of the bride's Mr. J. G. Sweeney. A supper will bo given by Dr. and Mrs. Walter Beazley, where thoy will take rooms for the present. The groom is a popular business man and the bride an excellent young lady. Sho is the only e.illd of the late W. O. Sweeney and la a favorite with everybody. Although thu work in thu circuit court is moving rapidly and smoothly on, there have been but few cases of g ncral interest tried during the last few days. Saturday, Ezekiel Reid. of color, was given four years in the penitentiary on a charge of malicious shooting and wounding. It will bo remembered that he fired a largo load of shot into Charles Williams' shoulder last December, using a musket. This is the tlmo for the democrats of Garrard county to name a candidate for Senator from district, and we have several men who can win. The name of George T. Farris, chairman of our county committee, has been mentioned and If he is nominated his friends and extensive relationship in the district will see to his election. Ho is altogether competent and an "Old Line' democrat. As to the circuit judge's race, the of Judge Suulley seems to be a forgono conclusion, and the resolution recommending Capt. Herndon was likely a bouquet, which lie will appreciate, as he is fond of giand-fa-ther, flirjn Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfiinas. Headed by Foil of Klever's Mode, No. 31.7ll. tln grtim,t IWDK. No. 12.0UI, son of World topjiy voniiB wn.lv fop service. A feir bl,or u , pwlulty, for sale. Tl.N ,toi-- Is M rlctly ilrit-cln- US. MODEL, HO. 38,353. lirei-iHiur ,l, lioir llvlnir In every . Klts ollt eMouKl, to l.rvcd. .inil No ".007 ss 1 mylMi rta",,"",,l-- , !"'" -I- hfnctloii T,,l'-- guaruntoed. iiiu-h- Wrlteur HoX waiiu or comVnnd lVkln Duck with and )rv, I'n.e s vs I.gg. trl ,;i"",,'J?rM,y Cow" for mh'' Kowl " A. ,:. inWDLKV. J-- AImi Jhinimotli REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. INTERIOR JOURNAL l 13UIL-DING- : Land Recursions conducted. Factories Located, Louis Negotiated, Abstracts Fu r nislied, Kent Collected. Write to J. H. SOWDKR, Stanford, Ky. " 15. Danville, Kv. 11 MANAGER. ilVI w I (1 .! U (biLTOJ!, """1"" FMJltJM & I I ci fol- 1 g Coal Frort) 7c to Falls Branch und other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds so!d at the lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. 2ct CO. ri I ;rs in -- e At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from 30 to 33c per bushel. Oats from 3d to 3oc per bushel. Hav 40 to 00c per 100 pounds. Millet, 5',c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per lOo lbs. Ship.tiifr, 70c per 100 bt. Corn chop. 65c per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands. Ca 1 and see us before buying m II M ii.s (A J. H. BAUGHMAN flowers. JohuHungate, ai.prominont Mercer county farmer, diedjfrom an of overdo.-- e Mrs. Julia Rogers will go to Cincinnati and Misses Fannie Collier and Carrie Curry, two of our most chnrm-in- g young ladies, will go to Frankfort this week. Charles Smith, of Lexington, has been hero a few days. Miss Mary Elkin, one of Stanford's benuti-f.- il and attractive young ladies, is tho guest of Misses Mattie and Sallio Elkin. Mrs. Hugh L. Mason, of Chicago, is with Mrs. W. B. Mason. Mr. Moso KaulTmnn is preparing to ojen a clothing store In the room formerly They're the Same Still so Diflerent. This often occurs when look- at goods. Xo one can tell the same piece of goods at different places.' cup-baar- woll-bohav- morphine taken through mistake for occupiedIs by M. Braum. Mr. Sam F. on the sick list. Miss Lucy Kmbry quinine. Ford, rt Lexington, is visiting Mrs. T. Howl Ruees, aged 111, of Mudison county, was shot and killed by the dis- W. Reid. The republicans were here in full charge of an old pistol, which he was force Salurday, the occasion being to handling. Thomas ilinos. of Adair county, was nominate candidates for the various seriously hurt in a runaway accident. county offices. Tho wlrss were worked Both lugs were broken and he was hurt ton finish from early morn tlllli.'SO, the tlmu at which the committee met. Ru internally. Mrs. Sue Lytic, of Lexington, a sis- mors of foul play and corruption were . ter of Smith Hansford, of Harrodsburg, heard on all sides. Thu committee died suddenly. She was (54 years old made the following nominations: For county judge, R. A. Burnside; county and was borujat Crab Orchard. A Wayne county Negro was given clerk, J. M. Duncan; circuit clerk, four years In the penitentiary for dan- Richard Hackley: superintendent of gerously cutting his sweetheart's throat schools, Dr. J. A. Amon; county attorney, W. McC. Johnsson; sheriff, C. M. when she refused to marry him. Several prominent citizens at Kirks- - Boulden; jailer, Rice Bongo; represenville, who condemned tho recent turn- - j tative, J. C Nnpler: assessor, J. C. plKo outrages committed there, have Galloway; coroner, G. S. Greenleaf. had notices posted afthclr gates warn- There were contests In the races for the ing them to keep their mouths shut or nomination for circuit clerk, assessor and superintendent of schools, and sutler violence. much dissatisfaction is expressed over A dispatch savs that dnHiu srvli... ir. some instances. As said at the Mt. Olive church In Casey a dlf-- i the result letter, wounds have been ' in the last Acuity arose between Tyler Carman and made that will not heal and the breach John and Samuel Horton. Carman was stabbed in the back three times with a will be made wider as the days roll by. large knife, and physicians say that It was suggested by some one thnt a sign should be placed over the door ho will die. whero tho committee met, reading as follows: "None but Davison Men Need MATRIMONIAL. Apply." The feeling engendered in I).iid Furbay, aged $1, was married tho light between Davison and Smith ' at Cadiz, O., to Mrs. Jacob Daton, 'M. for tho nomination for Congress last Shade Johnson, aged DO year?, of year was rekindled and it has resolved Leslie county, married a girl of l." sum- itself into a consuming flame. The mers. gho-t- s of those two men stalked about Levi Rea, aged SO, and Miss Linuio and hypnotized some committeemen. Van Skiver, 11), were married at Of course tho Davison ghost is the O. . Belle-fontaiu- e, WeCarry the Best Goods The Market Affords. One Low Price to All and "When we Advertise that our Neckwear, Shirts. Shoes and Hats And CLOTHING- Are the Best, We Know It. gfflS PcjhVjy "' Trnnrgre "' man JLlQlJl wtf., tmr awjr uAHviUiiS, aenmesy. SISg DUJlQflLjo & esi wmmsmmm I Come In and L OOK We will seU you i VJ I At our Samples. j I WALL PAPER & PAINTS Cfceaper than ever before. We have everything now in tho Drug Line. m n aK i 1 & ZJ Miss Lizzie Gray, of Anderson, Ind., is n raving maniac as the result of her beau deserting her. An important movement has started in Louisville for organic union of the Northern and Southern Presbyterian churches. Frank Huggurty, of Fairviow, 111., is wanted for puuriuga potof boiling coffee on his wife whon she refused to wait on him at the table. A prominent lawyer of Fort Wayne, Ind., was found dead and his Intended unconscious, in tho rooms of the young lady's home. They had taken poison. Invitations have been received by his friends hero to tho marriago of James A. Beazlcy to Miss Nannie 'B. Sweeney, which will occur at Laucastor at 5 P. M. Corbott-Fltzslmmot- iB - Dressed in her wedding clothes Jenny Doty, of Middlotown, O., shot herself In tho Grand Hotel at Indianapolis. A note which she left assigned no reason. A Senator of tho Missouri Legislature introduced a bill inflicting' u tine of not less thau $100 nor moro thuu $,00 upon any widow or maiden convicted o rejecting u widower or bachelor. Georgo Nuylor mid wife, of Sugnr Creek, Garrard county, have boon marHe id hi and sho ried 57 years will boon be 82, and they are living now within a short distance of whero thoy were born and raised. Advocate. to-da- y. more hideous, because he is in Con-- , gwjss und can work wonders und of course it dictated many of the nominations. J. 'Hunt Mc.Murtry, the present school superintendent, was a candidate but, having been an for original Smith man, he was turned down or at least that is assigned as the j reason, tie made a heated speech in which ho asserted that foul means were being used against him, withdrew his claims from the committee und asked that they be plnced before the people. Dr. Amon, however, won in a walk, which is moro than your correspondent expected, when ho predicted that ho would win by a neck. It now behooves ' the democrats to saw wood and keep quiet. The truth of the saying, "Whom the gods wUh to destroy they first make mad," may be fully demonstra ted by the b.id fooling existing among the republicans. Thoy passed resolutions recommending Hon. Wm. Herndon for circuit judge und L. F. Hubble for Stato Senator. "Tf woman would only eat more onions," says a professor of physical culture, "sho would have fewer calls from the doctor." Also fewer from other srrr "o wB.raTntirno THE Thoroughbred BLUE-GRA- Se T4 ifc HERD Duroc Jersey D E09S, Jly breviers were selected from the lest henU of of this famous tirml of wlne In several States A Ileii(lM lot of lgi of illUercnt ages for sale. Uretl o sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. solicited. Address Corres-IHjndeiu- sJ5SBBJ5Cj5r7 R. H. BRONAUGH, Cral Orchard, Kjr. isasBaagasigg; UnDGRCAKIDG BY J. C. M'CLARY, 3 yj Praotioal 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 JtMltll"0 What is tho use in hanging Jackson unil Wulling und leaving Sheriff Plummet' and Rev. Lv bohin 1? Let's hang them all and got r' 1 of tho nauseous business. CytuJiiuuu Democrat. bfotfMd&ftl titljtlllMK!" sv J tlml i'K.lu. Aaw.r., ,f ' .. . - .i . - -v jht . tmf ;.-- . Lj - 5PTtr ij-- r V -- n-' "p 5 "- - " ""r fV ,,'P,H' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., 1 tt l i. r 1: I ;' departed gathered around tho caskets to take a last fond look at their loved by W. P. WALTON. WUS Lin- - ones, the effect being heightened .Tnlin TTnv.nf Illinois. Who When you see It? Come and see the good thing at tho Louisville Storo being offero d as ambassador the soft strains of an organ voluntary coin's private secretary, this week Hughes. At the to Great Britain; Gen. Horace Porter, played by Mis Myrtle GOV. Bkadlky's message to tho Miss Perof Now York, as ambassador to Franco; cemetery they first Interred Legislature is a full and forceful elabokins, then the same hands performed a amMerrlam, of Minnesota, as ration of tho 42 subjects proposed for who bassador to Germany, and Hon. Wil- like service for the babe. Thoio It. session. Very lefTisialion at the extra Massachusetts, as am- were present will notsojn forget liam Draper, of naturally'ljo lays especial emphasis on bassador to Italy, will be appointed by honorable and BLAIN. A long, prevent mob violence. He the laws to liaPresident McKlnloy. eventful career ended ati A. M. Friday, recommends that counties be made when Mr. John Blain breathed his last. ble for damages in such cases, that an Additional Local. For weeks lie had been utterly helpless ' Thoughts of Snrinir attire sjoulcl now boiriii to occupy the mind of cvory tuati, vo officer who permits a prisoner to be " shall forfel his oilico taken from him The I. J. sends happy congratula- from the stroke of pavalyfais. a which lor limn nmj cn,j who doslres to dress well and to dress well Is a debt every one owes hooloss to the world they move in. It Is our business to clothe you and we devote all our and that prisoners may bo armed to retions to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harding, years hail rendered him of then first cripple, and death must have been a tinu. capital nnd best ta cut that money can command to this end. Such roncoiitrn- mobs. He suggests an increase of sist of Danville, on tho advent sweet relief. tion is what has made the Louisville Store the most pupulnr one In the country. Our tho tax rate to relieve tho deficit in born, a girl. i Mr. Blain was born in this county, methods are legitimate uml our promises faithfully kept. When you are looking for the State treasury and also an increase life. The commencement exercises of the where he lived most of his in the license of whisky dealers, disStanford Colored High School will oc- In early manhood he married his eous-idealers, billiard tables, tillers, tobacco cur at Walton's Opera House Friday MlssSalllo Hays, who died In childdruggists, circuses, &c. A number of of criminal night. Prof. Tardiffhas arranged an birth within a year. When the war changes reducing the cost .A. HI L.Jl-t-V' j interesting programme and Invites his came on ho was a justice of the ieaco prosecutions, tho reduction of salaries white friends to witness it. Col. T. P. In the Hustonvllle preelnct. Believof useless offices are and tho elimination Hill will deliver the annual address. ing in the cause of the South, ho enter- We Imve it for tho Mnnllest boy to the largest man In any price goods you want. proposed, as well as the abandonment r ed Capt. Bates' Company in a Tennestho Eddyvlllo penitentiary. An adof Just received the biggest Couldn't fit Him. Jack Boazley, see regiment and was In several severe ditional member for the board of truswho accompanied Deputy Sheriff R. M. battles. Including that of Fort Donaldtees for tho reform RclTool is suggestNewland, to Frankfort with tho priimmediato appropriacaptured and taken ed as well as an soners, tells us that tho officials could son, where ho was building, the Legislature On being exchanged to Camp Chae. tion for their not find a suit long enough for Frank he returned to hist at the same time deciding whether two wore citizens clothes after a long time, Brooks and ho command, but his health had been broschools at different places or two under until one was made for him. Ho meas- ken down completely and ho had to the same management was contempla Kver put in our house; can lit nnjr size foot We have nil tho new sty'cs In Men's ures six feet six in his sock feet and leave tho service. Ho went to Georgia ted. Ho wants a more stringent elecbears the distinction of being the tallest and lived there several years, but his tion law passed and severe penalties man in the penitentiary. Brooks was in love for histoid homo brought him back. prescribed for those who disturb pubvery low spirits, Mr. Beazley says, but Some time afterwards he ran for counlic speakers. Tho creation of the office the three Negro boys who were sent tip ty clerk and his great jwpularlty and of bank examiner and more circuit for stealing, enjoyed the trip as much well known capacity for the office made court districts nre proposed. The mesThe Covington Commonwealth com- as If they were going to a festival. him an easy winner. A complication sage, which is a vigorous and manly menting on our remark that tho mighty Nowebndei and shapes in Alpines nnd soft lints "The Cnhi," nn original beauwith a statement of the ap- had fallen made in connection with II. Miller's property arose, However, wnen no wont 10 uiku one, closes The salo of W. ty. All sold in prices from 25c to f .1 Lmlles mint not forget pointment of a U. S. Senator and exlngalls, who has gone to Cnr-so- n was made by his executrix, Mrs. Kate thooffie?. He had sworn tosiippott Pax-to- n and defend tho constitution of tho Unipresses the hope thnt an election will to report the prize fight for tho P. Miller, Saturday. Mr. J. B. occur at an early day. attended to it and Col. J. P. Chand- ted States, when he took tho oath of New York Journal, says that the toga honorable, ler auctioneered. The safo and law office as magistrate, and that rendered Tm: fastest train over run was the of tho reporter is moreof tho Sena books sold very low and the lots brought- him incllglblo to hold office. He special of the New York Journal, which these days, than the toga with Squire The six- however, filled the phi be a prize less than was anticipated. took the pictures and photographs of tor. True in general, but to adjoining Will Severance was M. C. Portmau, who received the of the acre lot the scenes at the inauguration at Wash- fight reporter is the lowest order is get- bought by James Pettus for $1,480. lu his interest, and at the Is complete llest goods for the least money. Percales for Men's Shirts. Tho Inloot )0iirt In quantities; Hosiery, mile in 34 seconds, animal, even as the U. S. Senate ington. It made a Baughman bought four acres ensuing election, his disabilities hav- plaid ducking for ladies ttkirt. Now Neckwear, men's was running at this ting to be the lowest order of legisla- Mr. S. 1L give in n trial before you buy. minting, Carpets, etc. Always and while the train on Miller street for SolO, a lot of one acre ing beeti removed, he was again elect- gloves, hnubkcrchlefs, tremendous speed a photographer was tive assemblies. at $1S1 ed county clerk, and so for three other and three roods on same street developing his plates, six artists were Hon. J. W. Bailey, of Texas, was per acre, and a lot of one acre, one rood terms, holding It In all 17 years and a vitas-cop- e at work upon their sketches, speaker by the demo- and 12 poles on Whitley Avenue for making the best clerk the county over g nominated for was taking pictures of tho had. crats in Congress over McMillan, of $135. tracks at the rate of 40 a second, Tennessee, and Bland, of Missouri, red A. UHI1ANSKY k CO , Puoriurrroiw. On the 5th of January, 1S75. he a reporter was talking into a phono- ceiving 5(5, 27 and 10 votes respectiveThe democratic committee met Sat. Miss Eliza A. Gentry, who devoT. D. KANKY, Man.h:ii. graph and two typewriters were click- ly. The honor is an empty one, ex- unlay, but did nothing of general in- ted her life to him and who made him a ing away as merrily as though it all cept that it makes him the leader of terest. There were present J. E. Car wife In every sense of the word. In Paris, Cnrlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrencvburg. f'yntliiana, Versailles, EmiM. May following their marriage Mr. were happening in a quiet room in one nence, Georgetown, Klunbethtown. Frankfort, nnd MauckKrt, Ind. minority in tho House. Tho re- son, chairman, Willis Barnett, S. office buildings pf tho on the for Owens, D. F. Logan, W. L. McCarty, Blain was stricken with paralysis and publicans nominated Mr. Reed New York. Great indeed is tho new speaker by acclamation, but the Hen Baugh and Joseph Wright, who for two months lay helpless. He se! paper and new journalism held tho proxy of E. B. Kennedy. Mr. cured tho services of Rev. S. S. to change the rules failed. Owens tendered his resignation as he in tho office, to wh'ch he was Maj. Wood, Bradley's appointee The Arizona Senate has passed a is a candidate, and so did Mr. J. C. unable to go for a long time. As ho of yourself or Irieud with each 110'g Worth of Goods. for U. S. Senator, began life as a have legislative sessions once in Lynn for other reasons, because ho has was recovering from the first stroke a A Handsome Crayon Portrait We havoJtiHt opened n large nnd comprehensive stock of and they do say that a bill to stage driver ten years. If tho Kentucky concern married n wife ixwslbly. Flections mighty good one was spoiled when he now in session would do likewise and were ordered to fill these vacancies, the second more severe than the other made him helpless again and when he went into politics. Ho has been a by some way take from the governor one In precinct No. 3, Stnnford, at the was able to travel he was taken to Hot chronic office seeker, but tho present, the power to convene in extra session, Engine House at 3 l M. and tho other AC. Springs, where he remained 10 weeks, which ho is not likely to fill, is tho only a great deal of money and many bad Dining Tabic at McKlnney at the same hour in pre- returning perfectly sound from his The lad cs'nrn especially invited to see our now lino of one he ever got. In a speech last fall laws would be saved. cinct No. 3, Hustonvi lie, Saturday, 20th. waist up, but unable to use his legs Rockers, Enameled IJeds. Easles, Pictures, Ac Picture Frames mnde to order. Work it is said he compared somebody to Ju remained tho most and price guaranteed Insject our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades. All democratic voters will bo alllowed lius Cieser, who betrayed his bavior lor nnv hiiaiilky has positively de- - to participate. Most of the candidates In this condition he managed to get of his life, but ho & CO. 30 pieces of silver, and it is charged that cuIlcli t0 interfere In the case of Jack- A. deal more than wore present and most of them declar around and do a he is guilty of many of such breaks. g(m for tho ,mmiCr of Pearl Bryan, ed for an early settlement or tno nomi- most sound men. accession of Maj. Wood to the j ter a Ciirefui review oj the record. Let nations. Messrs. R. C. Warren, D. W. Id 1870, by special act of the LegisSenate, if he ever gets there, will not him stick to it and permit tho law to Vandevcer and M. F. North were calllature, Mrs. Blain was empowered to help raise tho Kentucky delegation In tak(J itg C0UTbCj ami tho world will be ed on for speeches and they counseled act as his deputy, which office she fillpoint of intelligence. rid of as dangerous a man as ever lived. harmony and the broadost policy of ed with grout credit till her husband was esThe governor has possibly done well The Oklahoma Legislature has pass- non proscription. Mr. Warren for har- voluntarily retired In ISirt. She was Do you need spectacles? If mi Ii ivo your eyei tested nl once nt till after Jackson ed a law to prohibit a man from marry- pecially earnest in his appeal the first woman in Kentucky to hold in respiting Walling Such legisla mony and said tho democrats of tho office and thero was much objfctlor, is hung, but ho must not interfere with ing his mother-in-lapub-li- e owing to the disinclination to establish latter's sentence. At best Walling tion seems to be in tho nature or super-i- s county must get together for the government. If a precedent. To her painstaking and mur- - j fluity. Tho man who would want to good and honest a poor tool of the cold blooded Spectacles nnd Noi.cGlasci from L1.) coi t uu. We nro Specialists In tho titling of would be at they do victory Is easy and certain. The metnodicul management a great deal S cctnil s derer who after ruining and killing the marry his mother-in-lageneral feeling seems to bo that the of tho succestt of the conduct of poor girl has tho heartlessness to say in once biut up In a lunatic asylum, day of nominations bo delayed as long tho office was due. Sinew their rehis netltlon for pardon, "the girl may as jwssible and that a mode other than tirement they have lived In a pretty have fallen into bad company while in Cheapest in piico anil hist in qui Ity. POLITICS. a primary election be adopted. Many little home, which they built on the Cincinnati, may have been violated, Gov. Bradley and Gum Shoe Hunter think that tho committee unuuiu uuuiu Dauvllle pike amlle from town, and Cay Full Lino of Surgical S.ipplies. robbed and killed and decapitated by police." do not speak as they pass by. powered to name tho candidates, select enjoyed the rest that they had so well persons as yet unknown to the Congress and- the Kentncky Legisla- - ju,, the lcst men from different parts oarnod. fiend be promptly execuLet the vile of "the county. Without taking any ac- Mr. Blain continued to take groat ted on tho 20th. His filthy carcass has turo both, now nllllut the country. ex- - ti0Il the committee adjourned till April to Tho first presidential Interest in polities, however, nnd was long enough cumbered tho earth. plre is the one at Versailles Tho prcs- - county court day. a voracious reader of all political litRe-- ! o.it term ends March 20. erature. He v.as especially fond of Editoh Bosley. of the Paris A Douhle Funeral. A scene sel- - the Congressional Record and during The Echo wants the republicans of for a jiosltlon in porter, is an applicant dom witnessed In this county occiured tho treasury department, and hopes by Laurel to vote for James Potter, the Saturday at Goshen ehureh. 'I wo his delirium ho is said to huvo rethe speeches of severtho republican members of Negro candidate for jailer. tho same peated verbatim The republican committee has fixed corpses were In the church at al well known leaders. Bo was a very Congress to get there. In a letter from preachers of different de- earnest free sllverite and strong for Washington to his paper ho describes May 1 as the date for a primary elec time, two nominations, two funeral sermons Bryan, but had great respect for tion for county officers In Boll. them all as Btatcsmen of tho ' preached to the same congregation in as ho was an original protec Senator Blackiujun has scr ved when ho knows and everybody else succession and two interments in tion democrat and u great admirer of knows that the State was never beforo notice on tho Lexington neraldthathe quick cemetery by tho samo parties. Sim Randall. Mr. Blain made no prerepresented by such a mediocre crowd doesn't want his name to appear In the Without knowing that tho church tention to religion, but ho wus a reguof both democrats and republicans. that sheet. notice mong the first appointments to bo would be occupied by tho others Bible and tried hi With about two exceptions there isn't ! was given that tho funerals of Miss lar reader of the y is that of a man In tho delegation that would av- sent to tho Sonato best to live up to its precepts. He was daughter 11 WjnfofMirt erage up with an onlinary every day Perry S. Heath to bo First Assistant! Hester Perkins, , anu jiossessed of a remarkably clear and. of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Postmaster General. member of a Legislature. logical mind and accepted nothing unHarrison, son of tlc man who Archie Warren, infant son of Mr. and less It could bo reasoned out. Ho was Carter Machine. The Queen The papers go to tho trouhlo of say- was assassinated while he held the Mrs. Walter Holtzclrw would bo preach- also a very fine writer, as many artiof commissioner same office, was nominated for mayor ed there at 2 o'clock l M. Saturday. ing that tho position cles published In this paper from time Queen means Superior to ull. Wo claim for the As tho funeral cortege bearing tho reof pensions has been offered to H. Clay by the democrats of Chicago. Queen Washer: approached tho to time will show. Ho was a frequent Evans, of Tennessee, and that ho is unII. G. Rlffc, a Casey county Negro, mains of Miss Perkins First, That it will out last any other. contributor to tho Interior Jocunal decided whether ho will accept. Fid- was refused the right to vote in the re- church it was overtaken by that bear and its editor aeknwolcdges many obll- Second, Thnt It will wash from the finest to the coarsest clean and will not tenr clothes. dlesticks ! He would accent a clerk cent primary, becauso he was for free ing the remains of the little child. '1 ney 1U ' Third, That it will wash as clean as you can with If he couldn't Bnver ani did not vote in Novembe into line and proceeded as one i fell ship to tho commissioner ...., .....,,,, n a washboard. church. Tho casket containing' 13 Clay, If he has had any do better. II. to f Senator Rummans is still holding out, j the ... Fourth, That you can do the work in leit ot nis iamiiy ana sne wun me n i ti uu" - was first carried offer, will accept, or he Is not a fit rep- and his friends do not believe he will miss i..i,i..Ji three fourths less time. loving wifo patient,, . .... . Fifth, That as was remarked by ono using tho resentative of the g. o. p. whosQ mis- vote for Dr. Hunter for Senator. He tn., .i.n timtnf tho child; ono casket 1. .... miitiiiiitlilf rf itl'itMlf li1 j 1J - j One con - , '" Queen, when asked if it would save time and labor: sion is an offico and an appropriation. Dr. Hunter bitterly and pub- was wiiiiu tho other ug sjl0 nijVer H:IW a more denounces jjlajn u lla nart " "It about cuts oil tlm """-i"- -. accused him of selling taincd the rema ns o UDCommulning i nvalid than her husPrice, 13.00. Call and see it. Assembly has passed a licly for having The Arizona blossomed Into me, mo omur jusu " out to tho silver men last winter. during his last, long protracted & bill making it a 'felony to publish a T. M. Cardwell, of Harrodsburg, is soming into womanhood. As tho fami- band newspaper in the territory. The aver-ag- o an applicant for chief of division In the lies were cousins it made no particular illness and no ono ever had better, In her of tho friei.ds and neighbors than she legislator is generally an ass and In tno pen- difference. Rev. J. T. Sharrard, hour of care and trouble. After a short newspa- pension office. Divisions tho funerhas no great reason to lovo sion office arc under civil sorvice, but Christian church, preached service at homo by Kldor Joseph Bal-lopers, especially if they are disposed to Perkins and Rev. W. S. who spoke both eloquently and that makes no difference with him. Ho al of Miss show him up in his short comings. church, feelingly of his friend, "so dependent, THE GREAT BJJsfNESS TRAINING SCHOOlJOF THESOUTH. knows some excuse will be found to Grlnstead, of the Methodist holding mt positions. or both vetso inuepenaem," in nio, tno re that of tho child. Tho remarks of fami- mains were takento the old Blain bury- &Swi(&MMW&terAatit& " McomuHDtD cmduatu uaoing eusintss men of SEWALL'S son, who opposed his fa- turn the democrat out. by the both directed to ing ground, on the farm now ther, asks as a reward the mission to The republican steering committee ministers wcro theological dif- by Mrs. Elizabeth Cowcn, nearoccupied Hustongo to hades or some of the United States Senate has decid- lies. Thero might bo Hawaii. Let him In tho presstay thero and all will ed to inform the senatorial appointees ferences between them but sorrowing vllle, and laid away in tho presence of Buch place and many friends. that their cases can not be considered ence of the dead and tho be forgiven. ex-Go- v. Mar. i3, 1S97 got there in jjrcat shape tho first heat. Dr. Hunter, the anil in Polish Jew, was nominated for U. S. Senator on the first ballot by tho re publican canons, receiving 33 votes to 13 for Holt, live for Boyle, five for Low-i- s and two for Ycrkes, who was not a candidate, our man King and Senator Llnney voting for him any way. it was tho plan of the Hunteritcs to rush the election through the first thing Saturday, but Gov. Worthiugton holds, and very properly too it sterns, that the balloting can not begin till tho second TiieMlav after tho meeting of the Legislature. This is the second time Hunter has been nominated for the position, the lltt time having been run out by his free silver pledge, which now seems to have been forgotten. The chances are very decidedly in favor of his election, but tho schemers are at work and many things mny happen by next Tuesday. "prosperity" The Courier-Journalwas creditable to the business edition and mechanical departments of the paper, but it seems to have pressed tho season. There is no angel flying around yet, as tho pajier indicates by a catching picture, scattering gold or even sil vor from a cornucopia, and there is no use trying to fool the iwople. In conversation with n Cincinnati business man last week, wo were told that he had never seen trade so utterly depressed in the 20 years ho had been in the city. There was a short spurt of promised prosperity just after McKinley's election, but it soon subsided and times are worse than ever. May be the extra session can legislate better times; may be not most probably. GUM-SHOK now and that, even if they were, it is not llkelv they would bo seated. Tho Mila nrnvidlnir for a constitu tional convention have passed tho Tennessee Senate, having previously passed tho House. The question of a convention Is to bo submitted to tho people in August. tfim1itntr M'llO when tho families and friends of tho ! there was no distinction mado by creed or church. One touch of nature made them all one: grief Is tho samo and tho hcart.s of a all need the same comfort Imtm T, j YOU KNOW- - fi ! A Good Tiling i . lit Heal Bargains. W S ..... r lo-i- 's n, trr. inkier tito J Jt, ....... -- Ulr)c of Sfyoe5 ai?d flippers Our Line of Dress Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE. -- rece-doln- m m inai-rie- sky-scrapi- pt Mo-Robe- rts GIVEN : AWAY Side-Hoar- I -- Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, llKir-A-HKAO, I af-T- g.-c- J. BEAZLEY Lancaster, Ky. Is Your Eye Sioft Faifino? te Craig & Hooker's- mm w TRUSSES ! - j ORAI36 HOCKER, post-offi- ce ! soft-soapi- first-clas- s, Mc-Kinle- y, to-da- rot-Kins- Washing I um,.,, g, one-hal- ... ""' '!""' - f wn-hin- ir HIGGINS MoKINNEY. u, MijAi)rJQst-rt;- ? !i'M '.J j "j g&& ?!Uii&r&.Ui4uto0i ii' ,iiwTff.MA4rN-t.f- t 'Mfa 'NtfUijI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ty Danks' fine silver plated ware. IIamiiukos and laces In great varieat Shanks'. 3 I J : m Stanford, Ky., Mar. i3, 1807 Wanti:i. Fresh Yellow Butter. Wurron & Shanks. I WILL sell rough lumber and shin gles as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. Eoos.--Barr- ed F. C. Walton, Business Manaoi:i:. Is made In lit dilTcrcut colors. color Is in Mock now at Penny's Xo man is wall dressed without a nice Hat. quarters for mens' wear, and have T am head- ALaiiastini:, the great wall llnlsh, as can be, Every erts. Drug Toe l'lymoth Hocks, pure for 15. II. J. McRob-- 1 m t I n, DANVILLE, KY. Store. PElONflLS. the penitentiary. Boys. John Goooh and B. II. Dal-toof the Goshen section, each have a ' new boy The Very Latest Styles H. at their houc. Spring & Summer DRY Mil. J. S. IIl'OUKS has gene on the A LAROK line of road again. styles in hats just received I'irrKK Hampton Is now a guard In Come in and look at them. In Still's, Cubas, Pashas, and Alpines in Black, Brown and the latest Spring Pearl with the new Hat brims-- J. B. Stetsons hats at $3.50. at Shanks'. MlHsJtM.iA liiauiNSis visiting relDON'T JUMP atives at Lexington. Wovkn wire and oak picket fence, OVER THE HOUSE Miss KmviN Adams, o( Danville, is the most economical fence In the marTo open the windows don't go Our Mock of nil kinds of fabrics puituhlu for Spring mitl Summer nrc now in visiting Mrs. J. II. Yeuger. all over town looking for a good H. T. Conway, Lebanon's next ket. I am selling It at about cost of Mi:. nntl on Nile. Wo do not exaggerate at all when wo pronounce the prc-ostock manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Drug Store, when you've got track postmaster, was here yesterday. to Ihj the inot pleasing wo have ever phown. The I)re.s Goods are mostly plain of one, right under your nose This Mrs. Josrci'iii.s'K Fayni: went to For Salk. Northern seed and feed ellectfi hut in beautiful idmding. Silks never were varied nor so bright and must be a good Drug Store not Saturday to visit her son. oats, hay, corn, Timothy seed, nttractivu. Tho Wash Goods Stocks, Upholstery, Curtains. Shoes, ifcc , all aio because we pay so, but because MR. C. K. Cox arrived yesterday to seed and Clover seed. Opposite doctors and careful people say so. full of new ideas at moderate prices. We invito you to come as eoon as ycu visit his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. M. D. Elmore's. J. B. Higgins. Thoy are not hired to praise it eiCox. can and inspect the stock of ther. Drugs cost them regular Forgery. Butler Benson, a white Mr. It. l- Wiim:,of Corbln, is quite price, even if thoy lay their praises sick at his mother's, Mrs. Reuben Wil- youth, of the East End, was placed In on with a trowel. When you got jail by J. M. White, of McKinney, Satliams. in the way of trading hero you Mrs. GkorokD. Wkarkn is visit- urday afternoon, charged with forgery. will understand why our patrons ing her daugliter, Mrs. II. G. Hail, at HERE may be a chance for Uncle Somerset. PRAISE US. Jimmy Warren. A bill is pending in Mrs. Julia Withkks went up to Flat Lick Friday to visit her daughter, the Minnesota Legislature for the creation of a State phrenologist at a salary Mrs. L. M. Smith. We will show you n choice lino of all wool mixtures and checks, .'!( inches at Miijtf Mary of 52,000 a year. Brioiit spent soveral WE HANDLE- '2'n At 10c, all wool novelties copied from high priced goods", all excellent days with tho Misses Glvens in the WillIamshurg has a female bate copies and good for wear. At fiOc, a line of fine all wool Scotch Mixture.", 18 Shelby City huetion. ball nine, but we are not Informed Ed Dcddkrar, of Louisville, spent whether they wear tho regular suits or inches wide, just what you will need for stylish and serviceable street dressed and separate skirts. At higher prices we have a choice line of Drnp D'Kte, several days with his parents, Col. and not. If they do we hereby challenge Mrs. W. II. Dudderar. them for a game here. now very much sought after, Granites, Coverts, Serges, Checks and Mixtures, J. T. O'H.VNNON, of Dallas, Texas, Sam Jones' new book, "Thunderat Toe, 81, 81. 2f and upwards. Accordeon Plaited Skirt-- made to order of spent several days with the families of bolts" sells at $5 to 310, but you can W. II. Murphy and A. D. Hoot. any material. get the best of It for 50 cents to $1 by MR. A. M. KlNNAiKO, one of ANDpioneer merchants, was here hearing him lecture at Walton's Opera '2 House at l. m. April 5lh. Friday returning from Lancaster. Till: Economical Club will meet with The election of Squire W. L. Daw Mewhunes .1. S. Owsley, Jr., and J. S. son to the county judgeship makes a vaWells from to Thursday afternoon. cancy in the olllco of magistrate for CSTSpecifications and Prices with Guarantee Furnished on Applicition.-TD- a Mrs. Dr. II. II.. Grant, of Louis- this district and gives him the appointville, and son, passed through Saturday ment. This olllco is a very important Our usual complete liuc of Maple favorites, such as Serges, Henriettas, Ar. y visit Mrs. Ellon Ornuj ul Lancaster. one and we trust a good man will bo se JudokJ. W. Alcorn continues in lected to fill it. mures, Hatistes, A'c. Grenadines, in wool, Mohair and all silk at fiOe to three tho clutches of tho grip and is unable dollars. Unip D'Kte, an old favorite, is back again. Nothing wears better. to leave his room. He has now been Fined. James Humber, the East End Negro, who while drunk scared in doors for nearly a month. Mil. It. L. Offctt, manager of tho the wife of Georgo Haggard and was Courier Journal's circulation, was here disorderly in muny ways, was fined $50 Saturday with Harnes Wearen, looking and given 50 days in jail by Squire at Crab Orchard Friday. He after the pajwr. lie says the circulaWe have placed on sale an immense line of Stylish tion of the daily Is larger than it ever was placed in jail that afternoon. mm was. Not satisfied with stealing the voof Spring Dress Goods. Prettier than ever and in bigger demand than for years. For Shirt Waists Tins is the way the Mt. Sterling Ga off of George B. Cooper's zette tells of the arrival of a pretty litthe wa show a great variety of Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Hrocades and changeable!, tle widow, but you wouldn't guess it scamps are now appropriating his from fiOo, up. New fancy Foulards, and Pongee. Silks in entirely new meant Mrs. Lizzie MeAHster: Mrs fences. They carry off from one rail to imwy immm' W5 and colors for Dresses and Waists at 0c, 7.c and 81. Full line of color in Lllllo MoAlllston, of Stanford, Is visit- a panel each night. Mr. Cooj)er is a 511 Taffeta, now in demand to e under Grenadines, Organdies, &i ing Mrs. M. O. Cockrell, on Mayaville good natured man but he says his pachangeable tience with these rascals has ceased to Black Goods are still very popular, and we can certainly Hlaek and colored Moire sireei. Mack and colored Grenadines from one dollar up bo a virtue and somebody is going to HOME NEWS, Velours for Skirts, and Dresses". Mouseline De Soir, both plain and embroider-ed- . please you. Our line comprises all the newest weaves in get hurt if a halt is not called. We are proud of our Silk stock and hope to have you see it. Danks' for solid gold rings. The frnnehUo of the Stanford Tele- plain and figured blacks; prices, 2oc to 1.50. . 1 Eggs for hatching. Black Minorca phone Exehango was sold yesterday to Mr B. T. Conway, of Lebanon, for 310. J.C, McClary. Mr. J. S. Hico bid $5.01 for Fish & Eggs and hams taken for roods at Bawling, of Berea, and dropied out. W. II. Shanks'. Mr. Conway represents the Southern Checks are selling for skirts and dresses and we can supFoil Sale. Push cart, good as new. Telephone & Supply Co., and says ho ply you in all size checks at all size prices. Look at our will begin work hero within (i0 days Warren & Shanks. and if It is desired will connect us with prices arc right. Silver laced Wyandotte eggs, lo for Lancaster, Danvillo and other towns. Xovclties-th- c .'10 cents. Charles Trub, Ottenhelm. Tho franohiso is for 20 years. nt Un-lonto- 600DS. Mrs. Wm. Gkkic was with frienos hero for a few days. . to loan. Good personal security. W. F. Sheridan, Chm'n. Trustees, Diadem Lodge, K. of P. WOO MONEY. J. MoROBERTS. L4l I f!il Blue-Gra- ss II - Eine Dress Goods P6NNVS DRUG STORE. -- Star Wind Mills, -- Geneva Feed Cutters, B. K. WEAREN & SON. Mid-dlesbor- BlaekDressGoods The Taylor Hose Powers, .'1 ."i NEW SILKS. dc-ig- ns u-- Dress Goods. llrol 111 I "i IF8 JfciHfeHH Ed-mist- ice-hous- e, WLACK ir. j Flower and garden seed In bulk. All you need. Plain and Fancy Braids for Tailor Suits. Colored bead Gimps Landreth's new seed. W. B. Meltob-erts- . Halo-rt pieces ready made. and .lets to match all thu new colors, waist and Jackets in black and cream laee. 400 pieces new riblons in all shades and ARHCCKLic'sCotlcu reduced to 15c widths. Hundreds of pieces of new IjUcos. New Headed Nits. New Dress and other things In pioportion. Big gins & McKinney. and Trimming Nets. o Dress Trimmings df4rwc IWU'JLfo jFtj 31 .1 . Checks ar)d Jovelties. The Heal Estate Journal, Stanford's latest addition to tho newspaper fold, has appeared and is full of Interesting SEVERANCE & SON. WILLIAM SHELTON. Tho Second Session of More than (100 pieces new Wash Goods. French Organdies at 2.rc, JO and 4)e. Foreign and Domestic Dimities, American Organdies 10 and 12ic, Gin. ghams, Linous, Ftnmiucs, Zephyrs, llrude, Lappets, plain and lnncy Linens, 31uvy Linens, Penang-- , &c, CvC. Tho list of all would tire you, but the goods will not, nor will tho prices. This week 10c Dress Gingham?, sj octal value. I Co per yard. We have out something of AGENTS FO? BUTTEBICK PATTEBIS DANVILLE, KY. information to land owners and land buyers. Mr. J. II. Sowder is editor and manager and will issue every two weeks. Tho paper is from tho press of I WILL sell you best quality steel the Interior Journal and it goes roofing nearly as cheap as you can buy without saying that the typography Is shingles. A. O. Sine. an fait. It is not a Sunday paper as Its Owing ton slide in the Stanllll tun- date Indicates, but it will do for Sunday reading in the absence of other relignel on the Southern Pacific, train No. ious literature. L'( was seven hours late yesterday. Arson has been added to the other A. B. HoiJERTSON i"c Bro. show tin crimes of tho midnight marauders.who with a big ad. this Issue and odor bar- will probably resort to assassination gains that the ladles will hardly resist. next, if they can hire a man mean THE Claxton & Ilanford Big Novelty enough, who has tho courage to shoot a Co. Is booked for a performance man In tho back. Tho toll houso nearat Walton's Opera House, March est tovn on the Somerset piko wns burned about 11 o'clock Friday night, IWth. by four incendiaries, who would do the For Sale. Coal, corn, long service in tho penitentiary hay, millet, straw, ship stun", oats, &c. State if their identity could bo discovered. See prices in another column. J. II. Tho gate had been twico destroyed and Baughmnn & Co. tho keeper had removed his effects 85,000. J. W. Hayden has bought of from tho house, but toll was being colMr. J. S. Hughes his handsome brick lected. Tho houso was new and built residence for $5,000. Ho will tako pos- at a cost of several hundred dollars. The county is liable to the owners of session on or bofore Juno 1. tho road for the loss and they are makA small lcnthor-- grip containing ing no fuss about it, but the oillccrs of some articles of clothing was lost on tho law should seo that property rights Lancaster piko yesterday. Tho finder are protected. Let an armA force be will please return to this olllco and get put at each gate and toll collected at all reward. hazards. At tho tlmo tho nbovo was written A ULACKjmaro with sheared mnno and nowjbridle was left at my house wo had not learned that tho gate on Sunday night. Owner can get her by tho top of tho gap had been burned alpaying for this noticeji-anher keep. so. Both gates aro now open and tho management seems to bo afraid to try Wm. Skidmoro. further to collect .toll. They will try to While playing with a gun cap, John- mako tho county responsible for tho ny, little eon of 11. G. Jones, suffered a loss, but they will have to prove greatpainful accident. It exploded and a er diligence than they have displayed. largo piece entered one of his eyes Death has claimed another member causing him intense suffering. Drs. of tho Legislature. Senator J. P. Sal-ydied at his homo at West Liberty O'Bannon and Peyton removed it nftor Sunday, of heart disease Ho was a working on tho little follow moro than gold democrat and his death will not an hour and they think ho will soon bo materially affect tho Senatorial situam STANFORD FEMHLE COLLECG. President. 1890-9- OPENED .ON MONDAY, JANUARY 2GTH, 1807. logue For fill' inlorinition about Courses of Study, Terms, &c send for our New CataAddress, MR3 KANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Luy Principal, Stanford, Ky. 7- - LfIlHls ovory-day, We have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our woll selected stock of General Merchandise and aro now prepared to Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing yon want from an suit to a wedding outfit, Our stock of i corn-cho- p, Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, nrinaware, Glassware, Qucenswnre, &c, was never moro complete. ?! FARRIS & HARDIN, Thermal Vapor Bath Cabinet Something new in the realm of Health and Ihgicuc. It is for the lienutitof every man, woman and child. It is nature's great helper in the Uso of the justly celebrated economical Vapor Hath Folding Cabinet for Homes. A complete Itus-Bia- n Medicated or Perfumed Bath or Hot Springs Treatment by your own fireside at a nominal coat. AH physicians endorse it and it is now in use in many Hospitals of tho country and in thousands of homes. Guaranteed a perfect cure for La Grippe, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Colds, Skins Diseases. Nervousness, Corpulency, Kidnoy and Liver Troubles, and is Woman's Best Friend After a vapor bath just beforo going to lied, you will say no other bath is comparable to it. It removes, all tho effete pernicious accumulations of the skin, rendering it smooth and glowing, reinvigoratlng the whole sybtom. With ordinary caro will last a life time When not in uso can ba folded and set away. Two or threo cents' worth of wood alcohol and about a pint of water Is all that is necessary for each bath. Can be seen at Craig & HockerV and Miss Liccie Beayzle'a i m er all right. tion. J. S. HUGHES, Southern fljcfjt. .JC.-&- , !V-i- '- - '. ,a.AK.-- . .v . ii w sac "ns1 sTre jt'W" rr-r-- r vn yfouj 9 I). 1 t I I i i rr MT. VERNON, Inman's Cotton Compress at Sheffield, A Ala., burned, loss S50,000. JOURNAL THEINTERIOR Last Saturday was a busy day for tho Bradley will Elklns, W. Vn., destroyed Fire at It is thought that Gov. politicians In this county. Man. business property worth $100,000. grant Wnlllng n brief respite. The next district convention of tho Memphis Isabout to be made an Inland Harrison, the leading republiUriah ;E w."blioSi.o &cra.oa icx3T3;oj3.a rriiayc W. C. T. U. will be hold here. A Safeguard for tho lUch. No Itfsk MissATcan of Grant, dropped dead of paraly- city by change of course of the KeMilti Assured. Our streets were thronged with voissippi. $y PEBYMAR IN" ADVAXCJC sis. ters Saturday. Tho electioneering The Now England Mutual Life Thomas Fisher fell from the steps of John Stevenson was given five years went on very quietly. - When not so paid C2.0 will l charged. a church at Charleston, S.C., and broke by a jury at Nicholasvllle for Bhootlng Insurance Co., will be It Is thought that there Deputy Sheriff Young from ambush. his ncek. startling surprises next Saturday for Issues all Forms of Life, Endowment and George Matthews, tho murderer of While nt play, a child In Tennessee some of our candidates. Term Policies James J. Irwin, was hanged at la upset an ash barrel, which fell on tho Madam Rumor reports a wedding to head, causing instant ueatn. little one's Plata, Md. occur the 31st. We will not call any 11EAK THIS IN MIND. 'HUE It Is feared that a mob will take W. names, but nil will regret to give up Two children are dead and two danAll Policies lMicd 1'nrticlp.tto in tho Angerously ill at Pittsburg, Pa., from eat- I. Mordis, accused of criminal assault, tho fair girl who will bo the brldo. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. nual Distribution of Surplus. Cash Surlynch from the jail at Hickman and ing pumpkin. Miss Florence Grillln, of Marctsburg, render and Participating Tald up Insurnt 7:10 a. in. andjrctnrns at many years him. Train lejves Manford Luther II. Tucker, for Is tho guest of Mrs. Dr. E. J. Brown. at 4:301'. in. editor of the Country Gentleman, is The Kentucky Guarantee Company, She has charge of an art class that Is ance. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. of Louisville, has assigned, with liabildead, aged G2. Values Endorsed on Evory proving both profitable and pleasant. 37 p ra Mississippi river Is still rising. ities estimated at $17,000 and assets The " No. 21 Train going North Policy. Baptist church chose for Its pasTho touch at iolnts $50,000. South " WOjPjn In some instances boats tor last Sunday, Elder John Carmlchal. No catch clauses; No tine print. " " No. 2.1 " Between 30,000 and 40,000 persons 40 miles inland. was unanimous. A Sunday Solicited. For all Points. of participated In a demonstration In Tra- The vote Mrs. Elizabeth Matthews, mother school was organized with Mr. MoKin-neTInO'.'OH TICKETS SOLO. Heber Matthews, editor of the Hart- falgar Square, London, Sunday in beJESSE D. WEAKEN, superintendent. llAC.OAOK CHECKED THUOUOH. half of Greece and the Cretans. ford Herald, Is dead. U. elected as Its officers Agent, Stanford, Ky. The W. C. T. Tor any Infonnatlou enquire of Arthur Mayhew, the murderer of Michael Kclley, a pensioner, aged 74, at last meeting: Mrs. Win. Smith, JOE S. DICE, Agent, Stephen Powell, an old man, was elec- was found frozen to death near Plqua, president; Mesdames Woodall and ForStanford. Kv. O. Ho had gotten his money from the rester, vice presidents; Mrs. Dr. A. G. Blue trocuted at Sing Sing. of Aquilla Coyle, government and had been Indulging in son Tho Lovell, treasurer, and Mrs. J. W. SPRING, 1897 of Woodford county, started to hang a his usual spree. corresponding secretary. K(Ti thing for Orvhnni, Laicnand GarA small riot, in which about a dozen dog and hung himself. Mr, ami Mrs. Fred Ycagor and den, l'tdl Hochi of Ornmnaitid and I ruit boy G. L. Dawson, supposed to be from persons were wounded and a little daughter, Kate Miller, are the guests Graitr. Vint, AiHtrtigvt and Small '7iJ.i'6'r,s. ssssw Montgomery, Ala., committed suicide was killed by a stray shot, occurred at of Mr. M. J. Miller. Miss Kate Fra-ze- e Trot, . ..,.,..7,. ii n iinml till! t, II III III'- f...:i. tRpYALK:ftJ Birmingham, Ala., resulting from an at Union Station in Louisville. ing urlcti dirrct to the planter. Itlrphont is visiting Mrs. Georgiann Coyle. The Texas court of appeals decided attempt to arrest a negro burglar. Mr. Bos Levlsy has been very 111. Miss III iiyirc. oirunwiry mm wyw.n.. that a Negro, if he pays the price, has William Smith, of Butler, shot ami Ruby Whitehead, of Virginia, is the Vatahtgttes on uppuetitwn j i. F.lllLUiSilYKl Kg. Mrs. Twenty. a right to ride in a Pullman car." killed his mother-in-laIsxington, 03 guest of her cousin. Miss Rlso WilBirm- She had gone out of the house, and on A cotton mill Is to be built nt liams. ingham. Ala., a commercial club com- her return Smith, who had been asleep, yon SALi-- ii We learn that Dr. E. J. Brown will mittee having raised $150,000 in stock. took her to be a burglar, and discharg move to Stanford tho 1st of May to Mrs. Clara Omo, a woman "cowboy" ed the contents of a shot gun in her practice his profession. His many F. REID, STANFORD, KY. who claimed to have killed five men In breast. friends here regret to learn of his con- GMditfi Horn for Both Saddle and iur-- i her career, is dead at Perry, Oklaho templated departure from our town, but PurjwfCt. ma. FARM. AND TRADE, wo bespeak abundant success for him Jersey Aud Short-Hor- n Oattle, A Southern train was wrecked near i In his new field of labor. Dr. PenningRome, Ga., and the engine plunged CO Poland China Hog and Southdown Sheep. The owner of Royal Wood, 2:21, has ton will rent his property here. Choice tndutduah of bet Strains. into a river. Two were futally refused $5,000 for him. feet Absolutely Pure. Mrs. Gran. Baker visited friends Call or Write Your Want. hurt. were 500 cattle on the market near Livingston last week. Miss FlorThere Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and wns at Danville yesterday. Paddv Brennan. the pugilist, Assures the, fooil against alum aud bealthfulneu. ence Mulllns entered Mrs. Nesbltt's :c, e all form, of ailulteratlon so coimnon In tho cheap burned to death in a binds Woods & Lynn bought In the East school thU week. Mrs. Fannie Thompbrands. .. ork. Itor.vL IJaki.so Powdkr Co., New men lost their End 100 hogs at 21 to 3o. in Buffalo. Two other son returned from a visit to Garrard lives. Woods & Lynn bought of A. J. Hay-de- n last Thursday. Mrs. L. M. Scroggs en! joney lo loan nil ininj,v.i tuy I'1" Thomas Newton was fatally shot by a bunch of hogs at 3c. cuiiiily al tertained a "storm party" of young ducllvu farm. In Stanford and Mmvlu Ithl I vll ....t 1....I..1I his wife at Aurora, Ind., when became J. M.Hill sold to John Johnson, of friends last week. Mrs. Martha School furnUli laiiiil fr iiiMic or rurijrallun oinclalst I have opened up a Candy Manufacto- home drunk and whipped one of his Boyle, 20 butcher cattle at 3c rraiu-aM- e or (ImrJIain er Is the guest of Mrs. Willis Adams. i:rculoni, Administrator fourof Oie l"t atKlr ry on Lancaster Street and can supply tali. Am aceut for liuilnrw In Knilucky nl children. L. W. Preston's stable and 10 fine Mr. and Mrs. James Maret hae been iloliiK Oimianlca 'aln)nfc!(..of hoMcn In tetanfortl. Charley Wright, of horses were burned at Glasgow. d FRESH CANDY quite 111. Mrs. Cleo Brown and son, iwllflt Miiioiuottier iiiuHinli-- i duluc I.u.Iiick litre. ILalna Of Many Varieties and Superior Excel- Wooster, Q., ate some of his mother's UWI.I..U K K. VAHMIN, MU to J. C. Johnston, of McKenzle. are In Louisville for two Bl.fru John Hill sold lency every day Mr W Curtis Egbert, medicine to cure his cold and died Boyle, some butcher stuif at 2c. weeks. Mrs. Brown will have her is in cbargo and an experienced maker, within a few hoars. T. M. Boone sold to a Garrard county spring owning soon after her return. gnarnntces satisfaction Give us a call SHELBY & SHELBY, Charles Denner and John Murphy, of party a bunch of heifers at $12.25. Mr. J. A. Landrum will move his famiJ. A STEPHENSON. f ,.I'rtprlotor...... n show horse, ly "St. Louis, are raving maniacs as a re Peacock, the here In the near future. Messrs. and worry at their changed hands at $1,200 the other day. Tush" Jones and Win. McFerran.who LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE sult of starvation A Nice Home For failure to find work. F. P. Bishop bought around Kings-vill- e were Injured while acting as brake-meCity, ICy. The Southern Railroad has been sued a bunch pf heifers at 2Jc and a lot ate nearly well, wo ate glad lo I'lnt-C- Junction prompt attention, tcrr I desire to ell privately tho formerly for 223,000 for running over aud kill of hogs at 3c. TiimouU, state. Mr. John Proctor Is back from rrwwnablr rates A jrtlou of your patronise ( frame dwelling in Middleburjr, in .ouclfcM. Jerry Caldwell, of Boyle, has sold Lexington much Improved. ojvned and occupied by Jno. W. Wilcber, ing nine members of the Woodward containing five big rooms and many mod. family near Chattanooga. his crop of growing wheat at (52c per era conveniences. There are all. necessaHeavy snow storms are blockading bushel at harvest time. U. F. Hlllenmeyer, the Fayotto nurry outhouses, all in good repair, and an railroad trains in the Northwest. On Thu lnw nrohlbltlng g seryman, furnishes the following careexcellent small orchard and good well. g some roads the drifts are miles long and In Missouri has been fully kept observations for the month I TIMNT lU Write me for further particulars. and from 10 to 30 feet deep. JAMES V. McWHORTERt n mu miiivi inuii of February: "Rain or snow fell on 12 declared unconstitutional. Middleburg, Casoy Co . Ky. 91 lui During 181)0 Kentucky produced 3,- - Gambetta Wilkes, 2:19i, at 10 years, days, aggregate precipitation being STANFORD, ICV In mining It hiB 73 in the 2:30 list, of which 31 hao 0.57 inches. On corresponding month 183,478.96 tous of coal. proprietor of ;iWn', lllack PlamonJ IUxjt Solo only five persons were killed, a much records from 2:0(5 to 2:20. painting last year the rainfall was 3.14 inches, lalnL Estimates jurnlnhrd for guaranteedwo.k1 a rf 8 All metal and Irou nxf. hatlaftctloti less number than ever before. Perkins, Jr., of Madison, has a and tho average for 10 years was 5.ll root, painted with Ifeaii'1 lllack bUmoiid Palut Terrv Turnpike raiders destroyed five toll- - sow that broke the record by giving luetic." CUlerti luiu warranted for years. Dealer In andUalTanlud Iron I'llUrs, UairauUe.! and Hlaik gates In Fleming county and warned birth to a litter of 20 pigs. f Tho total amounts of gold held by tho Iron ltooBngof all klnd. says he flvo greatest nations are: France, to collect any more the keepers not W. W. Goddard, of Mercer, TJ toll. They also threatened to wait on will keen his crop of tobacco till It rota 1 Germany, $025,000,000; Unl the county judge and county attorney before he will sell It at tho present Ped States, $018,000,000; England, $5S0,. All icrni desiring I.cut Po.ta for plank fence, Ward Lukes, a Lexington horse tra low price. . 000,000; Russia, $460,000,000. pint and railing or wire lencc r&n nml what they on the pike der, while in Atlanta, dreamed that Mrs. Win. Thomas, of Glcndale, sold A Southern train was wrecked nt want at my .tore near CVslar Creek, I aluo Stanford entered his room and last year 484 pounds of butter and 171 Rome, Ga., the engine plunglug GO feet loading from Crali Orchard lo for fencing. All somebody had upply of plank keep on hand biilldlnjt purw; alo boards klndiofliiiuber for was trvinir to kill him. When he dozen of eggs and raised 300 chickens into tho river. Two were fatally hurt. and ahlngles. All wroiii desiring any article ol . this kind can call on me at my store iiear CUr awoke he found that he had shot him- for the market. O W. MSOUrTON 3U Creek. JiucUint Arnica Salif. self in the breast and was very weak Huffman bought of A. W. O. P. for salve The from the los of blood. six butcher cattle at 3e and of on-- ulcers, vilt In the worM jores,cut,, lrulc letter, chap. rheum, forer Layne, of Hopklns-vlll- John Baughman and W. II. Wearen a ikxI hamli, clillllatiu.com anJ all nklu eruption. D. S. Policeman Henry or noiny rciutritl. It It iMMitlvrly cure It was shot and killed by Walter lot of hogs at 3c. to give crfect utlifactlon cr money Kiiara Hustonvlllo, Price 25 ccnU cr box. lor aale by W. II. n tough, who was Merrltt, a won In the 10 years Goldsmith Maid Mcltolierts, lrugg!t. Will carry a larger stock ol Furniture of all kinds In turn killed by two other policemen. of her campaigning $301,200 and went tm ercr befureaml will m1I cheaperthaii this liar Merrltt was drinking and Layne was 322 heats in 2:30 or better. She won Dr. King'i New Ditcmcryfor Consumption anybody than Plowi The OlUir Chilled, Aulran. Ull..p ..I;.! nfnl I'hAtLllilMhf. Slid IKjltlU of all trying to get him to go home. 121 races during her career. Shorcls, all Malta the Ut tiifilicluv In the world for all kind,. Cultivators and Duuiiletanners, call lu and Till for cuuiiimptloii. make, coughs ami rulilt Six of the "Big Seven" of the LouisJoseph M. Garrett sold to Maj. Geo. foruiiiifbottle U iruaranUtil, andwill litre ami not gctauythe Uwt In the world, a buggy down. thli'goii want from It Kxftv ville board of alderman were indicted Chrisman, of Harrisonburg, Va., the disappoint Ilhaanu for hooping cough, It. S. CAUIT.STKIt. 1 lUctfully, ptieumonlu, bronchllla, cold In by the Federal grand jury. Only one saddle stallion, General nitbnia, hay feuT. ami for coimiiuptiou. It i head, fa Knpo the Z sjfo for nil agon, pleasant lo tale and abovn all, a escaped, and he was Informer Rceder, Miles, by Black Squirrel, for $500. & SON, imreciiru. Itlsalnaya well to take Dr. King' govs? a) who was used as a witness for the King'. New In One of tho greatest bales of trotting New Life PHI,they connection with Dr.the Momach rcguLito Ilcurtry, ernment. They are charged wllh con- horses ever held In tho West occurred mid bowels. a Wo giwanlce and tone natUfictioti or K.rfcct IN 1 j. rt "O misappropriate funds of the iiioiipv. Trie trial bottlltt at W. II. spiring to Chicago lately. One hundred and return drugstore. HcKular aire 50c and 81. s. s at Jitul liny. Corn National ea w Germanchildren of Bank. Slnsabaugh, forty horses were sold for 2u,.Uj, an o Order Otllco and IVd Kxchange, mar tho llallrood I David Crossing, l)eot Street, The average of $432.70. .! Valuable Prescription. while hunting mnssel shells on Clinch Stanford; - latelyKentuoky. Lyon & Allen sold nt Dan villa yesterMorrison, of tho Worthlngton, Ind., bun, IMItor J. II. IIImIus'. river came across some poke root, day 3G to Farrls & writes: "You litre In aluablu prescription In Coal Yard, Mill htreet, giuranlevd. cattle Satisfaction recommend can l.lectrlc Hitlers ami They all became very Whitley which they ate. at4c. Myers & Allen bought It for constipation and sick heidat he ami s a geu sleepy in a short time. Medical aid was 57 calves and yearlings at $21.50. A. er I ijFleiu tonic it hs no U1." Mm. Annio 'ii'iii Cottage Urore Aveimo Chicago, ws all tf) u summoned. Six of the children, after T. Hunn sold 24 steers at 4c and some htehle, TO run dow.i could not eat nor digest food, hd a hck ache whkli never left her and felt tired nd weary, several hours' hard work were restor- heifers at 2c. but six Uittles of Klectrlo Hitters restored her Q ON IMPItOVKI) KAItMS ed, but the seventh died. hu'lth and renewed her slreuth. Prbo Wto and Montrose, the greatest saddle stallion 81. tiet a liotlle at W. II. McltolierU' drug store. .... tr- - -- a luPiwiiL mniiilannual s i ni laucui Sensational stories appear In several In America, died at Highland Farm, In :r j:"r" .1.1. fsi. a 12 Interest; no a"'""1 ivr'S" chargol. v? ilViTi'; j on building, of tho Eastern W. DAVY, Itoom 17, FltOvl OKII'PLE CUEEK Woodford, Friday, aged 30 years. As a Ky. For blank applliatton, and lurthei iiiiuriiiu Carlisle's employment by J. show horse ho had no peer. His last ttoruey, Stan Sautidem, After tho big tiro in Cripplo "reok, I tlon, IroiulreofJ. J. Pierpont Morgan as counsel in tho appearance was at St. Louis in loai, took a very severe cold and tried many ford, Ky, Southern railroad injunction case at when he won tho premium as tho cham remedies without help, tho cold only bo- u coming more settled. After using tltrco Raleigh. It is charged that the ac- pion saddle horse of tho world. "W. small bottles of Chamberlain's Tough ceptance of employment from the chief of lambs Kemedy, both the cold and cough left mo, m Harvey Moore sold his crop of the famous bond syndicate by Carfirst and In this high latitude it takes a morito-riou- s (9 of con- to Walter & Co., for 5 cents for lisle at this time is deserving cough remedy to do any good. Q. 3 delivery and 4 cents for Becond. Many 11. Henderson, editor Daily Advertiser. demnation. same prices For sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. Col. J. F. Peyton, "tho father of Cen- farmers are selling at the but we have heard of sorao sales at 4 tennials," died at Philadelphia. He W. M. RHEUMATISM QUICKLY CURED. was born at Lexington, Ky., In 1815. cents for tho second delivery. OeutiHt, Stanford, i K Proctor, near Burgin, has sold about After having been confined to the house The first Centennial projected by him Offico on Ijincaster itreet at Heitdence & Vi u parties for eleven days and paying out f25. In was that celebrating the admission of 100 barrels of corn to different Oh benefit, Mr. Frank doctor bills without Kentucky as a State, and during his to feed cattle at 81.50 in the crib. A Dolsonof tiault Ste. Marie, Mich., was Q ra number of sales of hogs are reported at cured by one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain O long life Tie was an active promoter of c rt Balm costing 25 cents and has not sinco those commemorating Bunker Hill, 3e. Harrodsburg Democrat. Undertaker, "O been troubled with that complaint. For Yorktown and the exposition of 1870 in o HuBtonville, - - - Kontucky Wi: desire to extend our profound sale by Craig 4 Hocer, Druggists. Philadelphia. c et who were so kind to our DANGERS' OF THE GllIP Banker McKnight was indicted on 01 thanks to all M. Ashlock, In his Offer, his services of West Lincoln counts for wrecking the Gorman Na- son and brothor, J. Tho greatest danger from La Grippe is and Casey couutles. to the people Coffin, and Calksickness. His associates who adminis- of its result ng in pneumonia If reason- ed al way, on band. Full stock of It tional Bank, and If It wore iosslblo to M tho doctor able care is used, however, all danger 1). S. Carpenter, Mauager, find him guilty and impose tho pre tered to his every want and a y hlra, have will be avoided. Among the tens of o scribed penalty on all of them, ho who day and night attended o thousands who have used this remedy for ID. would have a fine against him of &15.V done us a favor thut will be remember- In irmlnna urn llllVfl Vpt tfl loilTll nf Hflinir'Q O V Mrs. Jane Ash- case having resulted in pneumonia, which 000 and a term of imprisonment of 010 ed us long as Hfo lasts. (ft shows conclusively that this remedy is a irli'r Iinnd find la lock and family. voiiN lln fnlliwl tr " .J-" " certain preventive of that dread disease now In the custody of tho U. S. marSTANFOUI,KY'. It wi)l effect a permanent cure in less Who eta think TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY. almnU All treatment. The 25 VJanted-- An Idea r9 nm rtatlnt shal. Tho Indlctirent covers 240 pages DruggistsLaxidve the moneyQuinine Tablets tor time than any othersale by Craig & Hook- All kinds of renilriog at llromo Tke (hlnv tr If It.falls to Cure, . .. and 0 cent sues for a..... kt smss k1nu vrttl Mr1th I and is the longest ever drawn In that h.ileTiy W refund doe roison ble rati1. H. Mcltoberti, Crilg A Hotker aud O. er Druggists, W?(UT JOHN WKUriEMbKN CO- i Ujihol.terlng a specially Sitlifactloa guira iteed. L. I'enuy, DrufljUti, Stanford, Ky. i300 prtso Bert, AVMblactoB, D. C for tblr I court. L r -- News Briefly Told Sheet Anchor for the Poor GARLAND SINGLETON Js ncandldalefor Superinleniteut of Public Schools of I Jncoln county, aubject to the action of the 4' ocratlo parly. Im -- J. F. IIOI.UAM I, n cnndldalo for Assessor of Lincoln count jr, aut'-Je- lo theatilonoftlicdeiiiocrailc nrty. CJ- SAMUEL M. OWI3NS tollieactlouoftliodemiH'ratlc party. la a candidate for sherlfTof Lincoln county, subject 4' Sutra! Wi tBJlMI m Ml EMMliTT BIcCORSlACK for Asviwirof Lincoln county, sub-Jc- tt to tho action of the demiKTallo party, lour support Isearneslly ollcllet. I, a candidate 91. F. EXKIN Ject to thenctloiiuf Ihedeiuocrallc party Is a candidate for Assessor of Uncolu county, sub. nw Corres-K)iulun- ce JOE T. EMBRY of the Jt to the action auprt. democratic your earnestly asks y, It a caudldate for Av-so- r ol Llnisdii county, sub. arty and Grass Nurseries. C. G. BAKER Nes-blt- t, ct It a candidate for AiwcMor of Lincoln countr. lo the action of the democratic party Think. la entltlisltoa Ing the.iiitbTiiendof tho county slice of the pie, he akt your tupiwrt. WILLIAM MORELAND la a candidate for Ai!soril Llucdii, suMctt to ity. He kindly asks the action of the democratic your support. 11'-- ..-.- w. SAM W. MKNEFEE is a candidate fnrMierltr of Lincoln county, to the action of the democratic (atty. tub-Je- : r bAKifi15 DINK FARMER It tt cntiilldnto fur Jailor, tuhject to llio of llio ili'tiuMTutlc p.irlj. ar-tl- on A POWDER Mason Hotel MRS. lf. D.SIMl'SON, Fror.. LanoaHtcr, : Kentucky. 15-ce- nt bed-hous- ji;;; - um I.,-- mi Newly furnished: clean bedf,; splendid l'orlers table. 'Everything M) meet all trains. Hnit-cln- CANDY KITCHEN I i'i.'i-ci.- j " , , Four-year-ol- rv-r- t 1 am still Agent for Falls Hraneti (Val aud will you rail vet keen a aupply of all kind, ofOul, prices for lied at you waul at the I uniltuw W. W lash. Offlco next coalT tth,' l'r Iet rible J. II. llKK.INS, Proprietor, Itowland, Ky W. T. SALNDLILS, Mtnsfier, ",0" 01-t- well-know- j; Sale. n, two-stor- y A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, rei-cttiill- Stanford, Ky Imi book-makin- iool-sellln- J.T.Jones, ll 'il-t- Offlceoter MclU)lrls' Drug Store In tbcKOwtley llnll.llinr. A.ti, luMIUM. Joiim III R INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. H j B3RBEE 5 CBSTLEMH. MANAUKIIS, Oommcrce Building, Louisville. Agents Thruujhout the South. Car-oent-er t- -t i, e, tU- - CARPENTER, W. A. TKIBBIiX, local .Agent, ltc-e.- well-know- Stanford, - Kkntucky. s o "1 y filing ? i -- FIR ST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUI), KY. 1 I four-yerr-o- ld NOEL CaplUl Steele $1C0,000. Surplus $15,750, n DEKLERS COKL, H El! POO-pou- chti-rfull- C3 MONEY LOAN '"-'-.., 0 0 0 anti-Clevela- papers-regarding- ' ill" w'i.:! M Attention of the public It called to the f.ict that this it the only National Hank lu Stanford, t u der the pruwslou ot the National Hank Act desltoni are ttiure.1 not only by the tapital stock, but by thu stockholders' liability lor an auiiiuul einullii the stock, to that dcposl orsofthl, lnitltu-tlo- n 1'itn sworn arc ,j n fund ot statemciitt of the condition ol the Hank are inado lit to the I'nllwl each )iar assets are examlmsl at stated times by goveiuuit nt agents, Ihiii sccurlog additional and rfcvt sjlcty to depositors. Ihlslustitutton, originally established a, the He ixrslt Hank of Stanford In 1H then rcorgalilicd at tho NatloiKil Hank ofStantord In Im.3 andogatn reorgaulceil us thu First National Hank of Stanford In If A has liad practically an uiilnterruiitcil exlit enceforJH yiars. It Is letter ajppied now with lacllltlcs lor traiisaiting business promptly and lib erally than er Uforolu Its long and honorable career. Account, of Individual., Cdialaries, ilrmi ami ludb Idualt tolkiteil. ixn,i. DR. B. PUNT, UIHICTORS. F.Mleld, IJncoln Co.; J. W. Haydcn.'Stanford . II. Hatubuiau, " " S.T. Harris, ' T P. Hill, J. S. Hocker. " K. U Tanner, MeKlnnov. W. A. Tribble, J.IL Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, MtA'tnion. M, U.KImore, Stanford. 5 I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. McltolierU, Cashier, A. A. McKluuey, Assistant Caihter. orriciKs. Farmers BanMTrnst Co. OF STAKI'OUU, KY. Paid up CaplUl, Sarjltts, 5200,000100 17,603 80 J. T. STJTTONT, 0 ft I 11 y provision, of Its charter, deosItori are a fully protected as are deKisltors In National Dank,, Its s hart holders bring-- held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, lu addition to the amount Invested in sutli shares. It may act m executor, ad mlutttiator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an Individual. Tendering our thauksto those who have entrust ed their business to us, we trust they will coutluue lodo to, aud weotler as a guarantee for prompt attention to tamo our 20 years' exierlcnce In banking aud as liberal accommodation, as are consistent with sound banking. DIRKCTORV H. PHILLIPS, " '- m Gun and Look Smiin J. J. J. S SodJtit ol two budMd UvARUoBa wuM j5AE William,, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cuutmlm, Preacliernllle; Owsley, Sr., J. II. Owsley, S. II. Shank,, William Uocch, H. J. L'mbry, J. F. Cash, A. W. Carpenter, J. i:. l.wiu, J, N'.Memfoo. o tC's. S. H. Shank,. President: J. U. Owsley, Cashier: W MJlJrght, Teller ntj-a- s srrni Vv ' ,tfts.ii iiJttpniiitAfitoi'f Jk mu&iiiM. ty4jiWisitfva