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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897031901 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. ., li . I, SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. VICINITY NEWS, Y LANCASTER. R. O. Ward lias sold his half interest in tho Lancaster Flouring Mills to Thotnat Millor for W.OOO. W. M. Slmjwon, of Teatcrsvlllo, a small village in this county, bold 1,8."0 dozen eggs at his store In ono week. Col. O. P. Tlllott received a sevens shook by a fall from a spring wagon while the horse was miming. It is thought that he will recover in a few INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1897. HUSTONVILLG. John Held shipped six hogsheads of tobacco to Louisville last week. No Intkkiok Joi'KN'ALS were received hero Tuesday, much to tho disappointment of its many readers. Mr. Butler, who occupied Dr. Humphrey's house on Danville street, has moved his family to Mlddlebnrg. Allen & Myers disposed of 70 cattle at court .Monuay, out as they lost money It's not worth while to give figures. W. W. Withers' branch furniture store hero, 11. R. Camnitz, manager, is now In full blu-- with a largo stock of new furnltuie. A very delightful "shirt waist" party was j;i von by Miss Lou Hooker at her homo a few nights since. The lwaux and belles of tho West End wore there in large numbers and a royal time was enjoyed. Refreshments. Including the delicacies of the season, were enjoyed. Squire Peyton Is dangerously ill at Mrs. Williams'. Mrs. II. W. Dryo and daughter were the guests of Mr. S. G. Dryo and family. Mr. Dryo and Miss Mabel returned to Washington county with them. Carl Wheeler, of Louisville, is with his parents here. Mrs. Puss Mullins, of St. Louis, is the guest of Mrs. B. J. PInkerton. Miss Rose Yowell, who is teaching in Caldwell College, Danville, has been sick, but Is now convalescing. James Yowell, little son of Ploroneo Yowell, has boon very sick of Intlammatory rheumatism, but Is now better. Cora May Goodc has also been alllicted with trouble Intlammatory that painful rheumatism. Uncle Will Reld Is also on tho sick list. Sunday morning while Jess Austin and his sister. Miss Mollie. were descending Kauirman's hill In a buggy tho vehicle was overturned by the horse running olT at the side of the road and thoy wore thrown out. Neither of them was Injured and after righting the buggy and brushing olf tho dust they proceeded on their way. Mrs. Mary Jones lias returned from Lebanon, where sho had been to attend tho marriage of her daugliter, Kate. Ed Powell has been duck hunting on tho Cumberland River. Mrs.. I. G. Wouthorford and children have returned to Mllldale after a visit to relatives hero. John Taylor and wife, of Hrudfordsville, were here Sunday. Miss Luella Tucker, of Perryville, Is visiting at tho homo of Mr. Geo. Tucker near town. Dr. Tom Bohon passed through here Tuesday on route to tho wedding of his niece, Miss Minnie Bohon, of Harrodsburg, on Wednesday, when Bho was married to a Mr. Raines, of Nashville. Messrs. Uriah and Jess Dunn have returned from the South, having bold their stock and aro ready to buy more. Geo. Wcathorford wus oeo-goio- t NO. 6 ik UlU Kirk, tlio'bllnd tldillor, ooiiinilt-to- d biilcUlo Hour Gray's. Ho hud lind Homo Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland Clynas. Headed by IHMllKreos. ; ' i r Mr. T. (J. Uavln, futhorof Local Editor n. Loo DavlH, In borlously 111 at his homo, near Waco. Ho it) TO yearn old. Richmond Holittor, Mliw Klvlra Sydnor Millor will tflvo a select roadhiK' at Richmond on tho that all who 2."th and wo can days. a rare treat. attend will enjoy Mr. A. L. McCiolland, of Norfolk, of J. Inuther-ln-liiJ. H. Guthrie, who used to live here, is W. Va., will be at Lackey & Gulley's A. Cariwntor, a candidate for assessor of Hoyle. Ho stable Monday, U2d, county court day Is a jjood man and litilln from tho demo- for the purpose of buying f0 good horses and mules. cratic end of tho county. Tho mimes of sdveral of our highly Andrew F. Evans, who A picture of here, apiwars In tho Kan- competent lady teachers have boon studied law sas City World of tho 10th. Ho will mentioned in connection wich the race likely bo appointed one of the commis- for superintendent of schools. They goKl democrats and any ono of sioners to Investigate tho police alTalrs aro paper says of him: them would bo in tho race. of that city. The In tho circuit court, George N. Mc- Ho not only praduated from Centre Klnnoy, who sought Sl.tyXX) damages of College, Kentucky, but alho from tho Tnlverhlty of Virginia and tho Har- P. M. Nantz, on account of u wound In his arm by a pistol shot hint vard law school. Ho Is a lino lawyer, indicted original free January, got one cent and tho costs. In a consistent democrat, an tho case of tho Commonwealth against silver man and dead nmo clear thro'. P. M. Nantz, for unlawful (.hooting, detho gamblers out of this ciHo will run fendant was lined $100. ty, and If any ono approaches him with During last week Alexander Miller a bribe thoro will bo lltfht. took up a splendid black hoie which was running at large. On Monday Mr. DR. STEELE HA I LEY AND MAKIS A Valid voor, of Mercer, brought tho jail IB IXKCTKI) 1'KKSIimST or of that county here, proved tho SI'KKCII. Soclet.v horfo, paid the charges and took him. fti... r i.. ,.!., r. iii iii v They are satlslled that they know the elected Drs. Steele Halloy, president; thief and left hero to have him arrest . 15. Va M. Kites, vice " ind ed. Ho had attempted to hell tho horse nHr.uiKiii. nHiluoteil beeretary in Danville and Stanford on Monday, tnmMiror: L. L$. Cook, correhmmdl lnr Sth liibt. ,....1 lll.ivirliin. Dr. Rallev A novel character is in tho habit of tho following Inauirtirnl ad- dellvtred so coming to town and inking men whom dive, which pIuumiU tno uiomuers he meets for cents to have an aching It nubllcatlou was reciuested. mii.-li- . tooth pulled. Ho was accommodated most notab The i.. ... J "tii!iiiiiirulM will be Its by a few of the unsuspecting, but the i.i.... tiling ... i. boys learned the schum'u and when he brevity. I shall not ajwlotflzo for It which aro many. or went to A. C. Denny the latter kindly offered to go with him and have It irlvo . i. ..vi,.nii.itlmi thii oxcuse .. plorloii pulled. He declined to go, buying his hv a medical irentleman from cialway, that lies to the west of tho tooth was tatter. John Duncan treated him tho same way and they now Shannon, to his society at Athlone, an propose to take him by force and have organization different from ours, a few extracted. It penalizes Its memlwrs for The young ladles of the Christian and other derelectloim. He bo profont be- Missionary Society deserve much credwrote that he couldn't it for the work in which they are encause he was artllotod with a malady in gaged. Their reception Monday night which you feel a tfioatdoal wooo when was a tinunclal success and was highly you areKettlnt; It, and that It takes you well after enjoyed by all present. Delicious remoro than six months to et freshments were borved and an attractyou aro cured. Ho was excused. This a rlnj: aout It that ive feature was the presenting of a Hlbernlaulsin has formlt u lhu ,n0,t colu handboino painting to tho Is fetchlnj.', in ing the most words from the letters prehenslvo detlnltlon of LuGrlpiw ever eomiosing the word, "Butter-cup.- " written. keep from fall- Mls Alberta Anderson won tho prize. 1 am very well and to The grand jury adjourned Tuesday, ing from K'frtce, or tho ways of veracito thank you for tho having served only live duys out of tho ty, will proceed six allowed by law, claiming tnat thoro honor of belntf called upon to preside was nothing to keep them In Bossion. Soover tho Lincoln County Medical Thoy assorted that tho county is in betciety for the current year. tor condition In reference to lawlessThe fact that tho society Is yet younjr, ness than it has ever been. They only swaddling, does not preIn fact In Its having dignity and- - "character returned ltl Indictments, mostly for vent our misdemeanors. Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., and an ability todogood scientific work. says that thoy aro the oldest men ho and While it wan founded to cultivate knowledge, It serves has seen on a jury. Tho sum of their advance medical ages is iWtl, an average of S3 years. a useful purjoso In promoting acquain- George Dunn, colored, who has served tance and social Intercourse Iwtweon two terms in the penitentiary, was inbrethren who otherwise would;. not bo dicted this timv for house breaking and brought together. It oilers a new form favors an on his trial ho was sent up for life, unto Ub as busy practitioners, exchange of Ideas on various topics, der tho habitual criminal Jaw. Our ooplu were justly Indignant on stimulates thought; and those who at- Wednesday morning, when itwasmudo tend most regularly appreciate most known that turnpike raiders had per Our meetings shall bo Itsbenotlts. formed their llondlsh and pernicious made :0 valuable and so attractive us In this ... I.1...H.. i.. .w fittuiihlnL - akin to the work on llvo valuable UlilllUIIU III "" by our noble con county, Tuesday night. Thoy destroyenthusiasm ios.seSM'd ed one between Hryantsvillo and Danfrere, Dr. urown, 01 lllisiim Nation- ville: two between UryantsvlUo and enthualasm in local, Stale and and Lancaster; ono on the Sugar Creek road al gatherings has never wanted llfo lasts. Let us and ono on tho Buckeye turnpike. Tho never will so long as Tho question mob was estimated at SO to 75 men. Two I...I...... ..." nvuniDlo. llllllt.ivj i,i of tho gates aro within ono mllo of tho ,.ifc,.A how aro wo to make our meet They chopped tho poles Simply court-housings attractive and valuable? ,... .i.. Make It a and posts to pieces and threatened fur...n. wimln dutv. ther violence If they were replaced. iM)lnt to attend nolens volens, and to fellow with you. Those near town have lieon replaced bring Bomo other whether you and toll Is being collected. Jas. Whit-take- r, Your presence is cheering every man, one of tho says But Mos that ho heard a nolso and wont out ho bo slow of speech like whether about L o'clock, when a pistol was es or be as garrulous as an vuwiKuhu-rlnmay contribute valuable Interest drawn on him that looked as long as a When you have lump (lost, and ho was ordered to reimw. .it lO IIIO MJUliW""""- -' neglect to main where ho was. A determined Inbeen appointed essaylst.don't vestigation has been instituted by Judgo write your paper, should "tho Burnslde and it Is said that Judgo .......i.'vnnture. r, .i..i. .... vnn. us It did Dr. Quill, send Saulloy will have a special grand jury ..i n tho secretary who will summoned If anything Is developed to J , . .,.. ...... A faux van thus will justify It. There Is a strong feeling to attractive have tho mobs subdued at any cost of ha averted. Wo can make It of now money or oven bloodshed. Tho magisand valuable by tho exhibition instruments, pathologt- - trates have boon summoned to meet tobooks, plates, your own In- - day (Thursday) to tako somo stepa In , imna niul ho on: cai Hpouiw-"protho matter. Tho Whltta ccnuity will auugest tho way of agreeable, Iter, swore out warrants against Robert It Wo can rook cedure. . i... nnvin(niT alternately dur- - and William Pollard, whom he thought 'pleasant months, at tho differ- - he recogonlzed lu tho mob on Tuesday the . .... ....,... .rtt. 114 ll night and Sheriff Robinson went to ont towns in tno cuu,..,. another, that their homo about six miles from town one with cheek by Jowl, and indivisible on Wednesday and mudo tho arrest. i. our privilege, oneOur standing at They will be tried before Judgo Burn-aid- e rn.r Identity. or tho caso will be called. upon the and abroad will depend home . -- Much interest will bo taken in tho trial upo.. estimate wo place of each other, In and If thoy aro convicted tho Investigaa8 hv oar treatment wo oducato tho tion may lead to tho arrest of others, Tniilvidual lives, eai Let us pay mob violence may bo subdued at ouco, nubile to ourto thomerit. unwrlttencodo of and Garrard can then bo placed back nttMitlon usual habit; lot us be on that high plain of morality where mhlnded;Tert us be charitable; let tho grand jury left It last Tuesduy, SS wher it adjourned. us bo just. w il trouble with u womiui. U. S. MODEL, 170. 30,353. te , I Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or coino and see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth rektnoDuck Eggs. 81 fur 1. A. E. HUNDLEY, Ilox 105, Duiiville.Jlvy. Sun of Itluvcr'ri Model, No. SQ.7M. thu grfttUwt hrewllng hoc llvlnp. and HUNDLEY'S CLAt'DK. No. 12,0 1. nun of tlm World's Columbian Champion. Clnuile. No. 11,007. Fine, toppy voting hours rend v for servlcr. A fw sliow gllu old enough to breed, und bred sown iiMiiecfalty, forsiile, Tills Mock In strictly flrst-eln- ss In ovurv respect, with 'il a '., I P M Mil. JOHN" IJLAI.V. FOR 17 YEARS COUNTY CLKKK OF LINCOLN. D1KD MARCH '2, 1SU7. CL E PBICE fol- - fit Jk Jli ii m B Falls Branch and other Goals, also all kinds of Feeds so'd at the lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. I ; ifljl JMj Coal Frorrj 7c to df. 11 l-2- c. 1 55 fij Ml &$ (tjft y POLITICS. Postmaster Wuntitngton. Hosing, of Chicago, has tendered his resignation to tho president. It Is saidi Commissioner of Internnl Revenue Porman will bo fallowed to hold on for a year. A bill was Introduced In the State Senate providing for six circuit judges in JetTerson county. Pare Si Dickinson will begin thepul.-llcatlo- n of tho Nows at Glasgow on tho22d. A bill is before tho Legislature to reduce tho Kir diem to $1 andiinileago to 5 cents. It will not pass. Tho McKinley rates on wool have been practically readopted by the tariff framers of tho Ways und Means Comsemi-weekl- y jfll1 i At house, with one cent ndded for delivery inside town limits. Corn from 30 to 3.jc per bushel. Oats from 30 to 35c per bushel. Hav, 10 to 00c per 100 pounds. Millet, oic per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per lUO lbs. Shipstuff, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. Ooc per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands. Ca.I and see us before buying. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. Not An Unusual Ti .lifirt-iiiil!ii!- t. lie-cali- ''. jwi-so- n mittee. Lieut. Gov. Worthington Issued a proclamation ordering an election April 5, to till tho vacancy ; caused by tho death of Senntor Salyer. Tho colored republicans in Madison county aro organizing to demand re-- , cognition in party nominations and the distribution of patronage. Tho democratic county committee of Daviess, ordered a primary for county onleesMuy 1, and shut out bolting democrats from participation. The House passed Representative White's resolution providing for a committee to investigate tho condition of affairs at tho Eddyville penitentiary. They didn't have any use for old man Wood at Washington and ho is marching home, counting the cross ties, if the Louisville Times' picture is true to At this age. Our Prices Like Cut. We are Up to Date. NO OLD TIME FRtCES. CHILDREN'S In Stanford Tuesday. MATRIMONIAL. Mr. Dodson wants to reduce tho tliao to four years separation In order to get a divorce. Miss Tabltha Sims, of Shelby ville, 'ii'id.,"Uis'aji'po'illl(Llir''in love, drank an ounce of carbolic acid. Thomas Bailey, of Atlantic City, N. J., shot his rival at a ball because ho held his sweetheart too tight. Miss Lucilo Joplln, ono of Mt. Vernon's prettiest, will marry Mr. Charles Spilman, of Jessamine, March 31. life. A newspaper at Canton, O., has passed iuto tho hands of a receiver. It probably took this early start In order that it might be known us the Advance Agent of Canton. President MoKinley has informed Mrs. Dominis that he will receive her, but that she must stand in line and take chances with the other people Finer and better than ever at LOWER PRICES. SUITS, Boys' Bfouse and Sfiirf Waists Latest Styles and Patterns. toll-gat- in. "" . 1 e. .,- ..n-tiiliiL- gate-keoper- s, n. ..... William Adklns, just 21, andMIss Prances Holly, sweet 1(1, wore married at Coffey's school house Wednesduy. Henry Prazier and Ell Ismnu, of Letcher county, suitors for tho hand of Miss Polly Lewis, fought over her and tho latter was killed. A Kansas woman.who.travoled to St. Louis to marry a man who had advertised for aj.wifo, suit against himjbecauso ho backed out when ho saw her- Her face will be Hied as an exhibit and tho man will go free. Miss Jonnio Doty, tho young-- . woman from MIddletown. O.. who shot herself in a hotel at Indianapolis, with suicidal intent, was married to Oliver Cousins, has-.broug- of Ohio, t.' ---- ,.... " gato-keojio- r, ... 1 -- in, to-da- y, sisting in nursing her at tho hospital. Mr. John Metcalf counted up the widows of Nlcholasvllle, population 3,200, and finds thec number to bo 75. He says this docs notjjincludc widows husbands and does not with half-watako in tho colored population. Demo crat. Gov. Atkinson, of'Gcorgla, was call ed out of church ut Atlanta, Sunday night and informed that his son was about to elopo with Miss Ada r of tho Southern Byrd, authoress. Mrs. Mary E. Bryau. Ho at ouco Intercepted tho young man and put him under lock and key, while tho girl's father did the bumo thing for her. A rival In whom tho young follow had y grand-laughto- her lover, who had been as- whoare seeking audiences. Mr. Thome has offered a bill to abolish the Eddyville penitentiary and to convert the institution into a house of reform and providing for the utilizaBetter made, fit better, workmanship the best. tion of as much of tho 8100,000 appro priation as may bo necessary for re- excels in every particular the tailor-mad- e pairs. 15, $IS and $20. Times describes The Louisville Hunter as a man about whom little is known beyond tho fact that ho camo to this from some foreign country, took out naturalization papers In Pennsyl d vania, to Kentucky and SIKKTS the latest patterns. SHOES the o poltook up the profession of itics. !N"eckwear up to date. Senator Hill says the democratic party has been In worse plights than now "Wc arc the direct agents for the John B. Stetson and then camo out on top. There may Call and sec our line. is money bo various kinds of democrats ho says, Stilfllats. but there are no bad democrats, und ho pocket. ftir'Onc price to all. thinks the party will be welded together in tho future and made stronger und win many victories. Gov. McCreary says ho talked with a number of tho leading Senators about THE &LOBE, - - Danville, Ky. tho matter just before he left Washing, ton and thoy were a unit In tho opinion that neither Wood nor the appointee from Oregon would bo seated. That Is the reason Hanna Is trying to hurry up an election at Prankfort. Secretary of the Treasury Gage gavo BY a practical illustratho tion of his civil service ioliey. In Ail ing tho vacancy caused by tho death of Judgo Rees, of Kentucky, ho promoted u clerk In the department, Instead of asking to have tho place exempted from competitive examination. so-call- Men's Suits $10 and $12 ed This line suits for - I See Our Lines Before Placing- an Order. best. cariKit-bagge- guui-sho- Soft and in your It J. L. Frohman & Co., j f i A imDGRCAKIDG t. ofllco-seeke- rs J. C. M'CLARY, i ii V reposed conlldenco, gave him away. Corbctt has knocked out 23 men in his day, including the great John L. Sullivan. No wonder ho wept bitterly when Pitz did him up so neatly and quickly. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer has rccelv ed assurances wnicn warrant tho an nouncement that It will bo uble to pro sent to Its readers in this morning's issue u full confession from Jackson and Walling, giving all tho details of tho murder of Pearl Bryan, including the disposal of tho unfortunate girl's head. It is a black disgraco to tho State that such crimes can bo committed as aro by turnplko raiders, says tho urnal, and that disgraco falls scarcely less upon tho ofllcers of tho law and tho people who submit to such ruffianism than upon tho actual culprits themselves. Courier-Jo- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. of Harness, Bridles, Saddles, Also carries a Nice Line Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Buggy Robes, Square, Stanford, Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Ky THE aUiCaRASS HMD Thorcughbred Suroc Jersej EE3 HOCj, My brawlers were lelectcl from tho best herds of of this famous bretxl of swine in several States A splendid lot of pigs of different agea for sale. JJrtxl sows a siwclalty Satisfaction guaranteed. Corres. pondeaco solicited. Address 'vSCSHMScsiitfM R. H. BRONAUGH, Crb Orchard, Ky, v j. aM;'fA;.viMU.i 't-- A jbc. . fr . ..i."jfc , Ai.- - -- , - fc . - ij r nmrasmmmkmmnm n M ii f,. tiwi ww ymii I 13 ft I? lrl II I If I I III ,. j: YOU KNOWFHRM AND TRfiDE, A HILL to reduce tho salaries of neargovernor down, went down on tho ly every otllcer, from Champion There is one horse to each five perintroduced in tho Legislature THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 14th round Corbctt and Fitzslmmons was award- ha been Nearly all sons in tho U. S. and ought to bo passed. ed the belt and the world's championS. M. Owens sold to a Lexington parCorthe salaries are too high and out of ty a ship. For tho first seven rounds horse for $150. Stanford. Ky.. Mar. 19. ,897 bctt seemed to have everything his proportion to what common people Poland China boars for sale. J. W. . own way, but He let down auer unit make. Baughman, Stanford. had little effect. ' On tho and hisblows lambs. Told FOR Sale. (Vi owes and W. P. WALTON. When you see it? Come nnd sec tho good thing nt tho I.ouiivilloStoro being offered 14th round, which lasted IS minutes. Lynn, Stunford. Woods Statesman, is tins week heart Grimaldl, the Italian Fitzjplanted his loft on Corbett's Farrls & Hardin bought of Bryant . of tho free turnpike and he went to his knees with a iook 01 dead. THK climax llobbs a lot of fat hogs at .'Uc A Spencervlllle, O., man has served fiends was reached the other nitfht iu agony on his face. He was nearly colTheodore Powell sold to J. C. JohnMercer, when the cowards under cover lapsed, but came to his feet after the as magistrate for 42 years. son, of Boyle, 45 shoats at 3.10. A whole family of five were drowned had counted ton. It was of nijrht attempted to add murder to Wool has gone up half a cent in prosrapine and all over though and Fit, was decided in the high water at Marion, Ark. their other crimes of arson, pect of tho tariff bill's passage. Toll-gaMrs. Fiusimmons was at tho fight robbery. They fired tho house of the winner. Besides tho honors, this W. P. Robinson bought of various up. Keeper Atkinson and when ho ran gives him $2.,000 in addition to tho and saw her husband do Corbet t worth parties a lot of butcher stuff at 2!c. L. L. llerndon, Sr., who was out to extinguish tho llames, they shot kinotoscopo privileges, amovnting to WOOL. Highest market price paid eye $13,000 irore. The sports lost heavily, $500,000, is dead in Scott county, aged Thoughts of Spring nttlrcs'iould now begin to occupy the mind of every man, wohim full of No. 5 shot, putting an for wool. Call for sacks. U. V. Genwounds that will as Corbctt was the favorite. It was a man and child who desires to dress well ami to dress well Is a debt every ono owes out and making other Mrs. Walling plead with Jackson to try. I'ovoto nil our They destroyed short, sharp and decisive fight and likely prove fatal. J. B. Green bouirht of Emmctt Mc- - to the world they move in. It Is our business to clothe you nnd weSuch save her son, but ho said he had told concentrawas taken in it all over time, capital nnd best Ui cut thnt money can command to this end gates tho same night and great interest four other Cormack a bunch of yearling heifers fired, but afterwards the eountrv. Carson City was full of all ho knew. tion is what has made the Louisville Store tho most populnr one in the country. Our In at 2!c. Miss Julia Hall committed suicldo extinguished on account of the pitiful beats and the rotten borrough of Ne Lee county by throwing herself into It Is said that a profit of more than methods nre legitimate and our promises faithfully kopt. When you nro looking far pleadings of the wife, whose husband vada got the hot end of the poker In a mill pond. $5,000 has been offered Mr. Towksbury was sick in bed. The acts of these an- the business. 51 persons were for John H.Gentry. In Massachusetts, v archists from the first have grown boldby blow-in- g Uriah Dunn, of Hustonvllle, is back Godfrey Hunter is not the killed and US injured last year W. meaner, for lawlessness grows er and gas. from Barnwell, S. C, where he sold 130 out the represent Kentucky in and festers when permitted to be done proper man to Grip which settled on his brain has horses at 15 to $110. by tho off- tho U. S. senate, and if the democrats with impunity. Winked at Dover, this State, Sixty Poland Chinas sold at Merrill, a member of their party, made Alox Hilan, of icers of the law who want their votes can not elect Wo have it for tho sninllest boy to tho largest man In any price goods you want 111., at an average of $(11. Chief game of the re- a raving maniac. and little or no effort by the grand ju- they should block the accused of a double Just received tho biggest 2d, brought $1,000. Three Negroes to put Hunter in ries to indict the scoundrels, they be- publicans who want By uniting on Gov. murder at Blue Springs, Fla., wero Woods Jc Lynn bought this week a gin to imagine that they are above and the house of lords. car load of hogs at 3c and of Silas Ansave the hanged by a mob. greater than the law, but it is high Bradley they can do this and Near Wheeling, W. Va., Aaron Day. derson a cow and calf for $25. same the time that they were shown differently, honor of the Suite, and at depended ton was killed by one, of his sons while A. W. Carjcnter sold to J. F. Cook will no longer be time get u man who can bo else private property for II. C. Glass & Co. two fancy red things to all men and he was choking another. is safo from the incendiary's torch or from on. Hunter all fell headforemost In- bulls of hornless breeding for $85. Louis Armhelm Ever put in our house; can lit nny sire foot, Wc have nil tho new styles in Men's flea, when you put his own appropriation if he so elects. like the Irishman's Joe Rca, formerly with tho Cecils at at Columbus, O., during an finc-eon him he isn't there. Tho to a cistern Until tho roads are declared free by vour Danville, has contracted to handle fit nnd was drowned. sec that arm- democrats in the Legislature have a epileptic law, their officers should Frank N. Sheldon was convicted at young trotters for Marcus Daly. by elected men in a sufficient 'mmber are kept chance to redeem themselves There wero 1,000 cattle on tho Mt, otllce. Auburn, N. Y., of wife murder and at the gates to collect toll and every ing a man worthy of the exaltedsection sentenced to lw electrocuted. SterlitiL' murket Monday, of a common inr.ntiifilnT citizen should do all in his There is not a man in all this AtlPhiladelphia a man shot nnd kill- quality, none selling higher than 3.05. Now shades nnd shapes in Alpines nnd soft hats. "Tho Ouba," nn origlnnl beaupower to discourage the anarchy that for Hunter. Seventy-liv- e per cent, of the cattle ed his son, wounded his daughter, perg Lid lis mint not forget is threatening to cngulpti us, Dy ormg-Inty. All sold in prices from 25c to ranges have sucon the Northwestern Senator Noe has offered a red hot haps fatally, and killed himself. the perpetrators of these midnight anti-mobecome a Russian iron- cumbed to the blizzards. One man bill which ought to A gun burst aboard a crimes to justice. Gov. Bradley has vigorously enforced. It clad in Cretan waters and 14 men were alone lost $1,000,000 worth of stock. ou law and bo very properly offered a reward 01 ,; -- -At Georgetown Monday there wero ",' killed and Hi Injured, five fatally. u n Walker was fatally shot at 250 cattle on the market. Tennessee Harvey iKipu imii u l'ulu' 50 years, provides that Danville, Ind., while playing ghost, by oxen brought 31 to 3, and feeders from the desire for this mentforlOto their ferreting out. .. whom ho badly scared. 41 to 41; broke mules $.0 to sheriff or jailer or other officer who his room-mat- e Is complete Ui'st good for tho least money. Percales for Men's Shirt. Tho Inte-money will. The turnpike raids should the a letter from Times. taken from allows a prisoner to bo Gov. Bradley received plnld ducking for ladle skirts. New Neckwear, men's ohirts in qtinntillcH; be stopped or the turnpike raiders Alma Mater, the mother of eight In gloves, hanhkorchiefs, matting, Carpots.atc. Always give a trial before you buy, him and lynched shall forfeit otllce and Cincinnati warning him that ho would in should be shot. be deemed infamous, provides for arm- be killed if ho permitted Walling to tho 2:30 list, including Alcyote, Alcanis dead. She made by a mob; tara and Allandorf, President McKinley js message to ing the criminal soughtfor turnpike fixes hang.Scott county, Va., Gober Quillen $05,000 for her owners, the Talberts, of and In and to the point. It big penitentiary terms Congress is short by his wife's paramour, treats of but one subject the necessi- other property raiders and makes it the was murdered by and superintended Fayette. J. T. Hackley sold three to offer rewards while she stood A. UKUANSKY A CO, ty of the passage of a tariff law, which duty of county officers bull calves at $50 to Col. Underafford and issue warrants for all such persons. the crime. will provide ample revenue and T. I). IUXEY, Ma.vaokh. damThe thermometer rose SO degrees In wood, Henry Tray lor and J. E. Lynn. the greatest protection. The Wilson Counties shall be liable for 82,500 Bismarck, N. D., and the The calves were Mr. Hackley's "Amer- 1'arU, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, HanNtown, Lawrenceburg, Tynthlnnn, Versailles, Emibill has destroyed both, he thinks, and ages for each person killed by mobs and 24 hours at throughout the Northwest is ican Hornless." nence, Georgetown, Klunbethtown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. snow . he presents tho usual republican figures so on. i meltlnir rauldly. A. E. Hundley has just added to his and arguments to show It. The Wilson A Louisville man lost nis ciock Tho Louisville city council has ap- largo herd two sows from John Hnr-co- tt bill was never given a fair show or it mysteriously. Later he had his family $25,000 for tho erection of a & Co., of New Augusta, Ind., and would have furnished ample revenue. cow killed for beef and would you be- propriated Centennial a boar by Klever's Model, of a Tennessee A republican Congress was reckless lieve it? We wouldn't, but it is sol- building at tho Ind., party. They are ExKsltlon at Nashville. and increased with its appropriations emnly told that within her internal arSt. Louis destroyed the Wal- three as fine specimens of the hog as A Handsome Crayon Portrnlt of yourself or friend with each flO's Worth of Goods. Fire at them beyond all reason. On the rangements was found the missing time Co's. and much other up. We have Just opened a largo and comprehensive stock of strength of the recommendation, Chair' piece, still running and striking the ker Dry Goods $150,000. Several per- one ever looked property. Loss J. S. Tudor returned from Estill with man Dingley presented his little cut hours with its accustomed regularity. and wounded. 110 stock hogs for which ho paid 1c. and dried bill, which is even worso The animal is described as "of purest sons were killedW.Cleary, for whose Thos. Phelps sold 12 fat shoats to John than the original McKinley bill. It Jersey stock, that had endeared itself (to. Johnson offered a re- F. Wagers at 3lc on Friday last. NelT will increase the burden of taxation by giving fresh milk and butter twice arrest.President Dining Tabic especially invited to mhj our now lino of of $10,000 after tho assassination & McSwaln shipped 8,000 dozen of Tho ladies nrn $112,000,000 a year and is mainly to be a day," and this too without having ward Rockers, Enameled Hods. Easier, Pictures, tc Picture I'ramci innda to order. Work Covington. eggs and 1,000 chickens to New York and price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches. Mirrors ami Window Shades. of Lincoln, is dead at collected from duties on clothing and swallowed a churn ! Did you ever? Lena Balncs, a white girl near Ken- on Friday. HIchmond Climax. will the necessities of life. The bill & CO. Cco'.c & Glass sold to C. C. Glass, of nedy, Ala., eloied with Andy Beard, a doubtless go through like a Hash and Fortune seems to smile on the re- Negro farm laborer. A jwsso followed Jessamine, 21 long yearlings at $22.25; then the good times promised will publicans from every point of the comthe couple and shot the Negro to death. at Nicholasville a bunch of heifers, av come in a horn. pass. It lnay be said it takes a fool for A Missouri Pacific train was wreck- eraging 450 jKtunds at $13.50; a bunch managing-edito- r luck, but there's no consolation in this ed by running Into a team near Hiawaof calves at $8 and a yoke of oxen ror Mr. Boyle Gill. Boyle, to the other side. In tho Kentucky tha, Kan. Tho engineer and fireman $72.50. Thev sold to a Hussoll county of he Louisville Post, has been investigating affairs at the Lexington Legislature committees to try election wero killed and seven people wero in- party a stallion for $135 and to a Wayne by lot and in this jured. county man a jack for 1.). Lunatic Asylum and finds everything contests are decided Jacob Knoblanch, of Trenton, J. J., luck was again manifested, Bales ic McElwaltie have sold since shippest kind of ship shape Ho republican in the ixed Paint on the market. contest In who had been melancholy since his January 1st, a dozen horses to Eastern Beyond doubt we have tho best Kemly-says that Dr. W. F. Scott has made a for in the himself prostrate ranged from sav- tho Senate the republicans got five to wife's death, threw parties. The prices have model superintendent, that he has Smlth-Sto- ll contest in on her grave and sent a bullet through $200 to $000. Ell P. Evans, late of ed 82S,791.:J to tho State in one year two and in the nine. And this set- his brain. Bourbon county, who married Miss by economical management and that if tho House seven to Morris Hartnett, of Valparaiso, Ind., Emma Chonault, bought Friday of Hon. republican is detrimental to him It tles them in advance. The Looter's report iv.w found miiltv of assaulting A. T. Chonault, 130 acres of land, will bo a surprise. He says that Dr. claimants will be seated. At Lowest Cash Prices. old Ruby Kiddle and sentenced to live known as tho Chonault tract at $70, and lihorcr is the disturbing element and TliE'postmnstcr general has thrown months In jail and fined oiuu. uarincu 100 acres known as the CnUohor tract, should be removed for many reasons, inrepublican hopes, is 72 years old. cluding laziness and drunkenness. Con- a wet blanket over at $00. Richmond Register. Mrs. Anna Nickum. of Muncio, Ind., announcing that ho will adhere to Tho first beefsteak that ever reached Post has little love for by sidering that the four-yeterm for postmasters of all who has been confined to her bed for Circle City, Alaska, sold for $4H per Bradley and his kin the publication the satisfactory reasons for 52 years, Is the mother of 11 living pound a few weeks ago. The steak goes far towards" proving that Dr. Scott classes, unless lowtheir dismissal are furnished, which children. She lost the use of her consisted of a 10 pound piece of tho has been a much maligned man. must bo backed by competent proof of er limbs when she was Hi. Thorp beef that was slaughtered at This Is Mrs. Jane Dobbs, of Newburg, Tenn. Forty-Mil- e IN his speech opposing the swearing delinquency or incompetency. Creek, and carried from murdering in of tho new Senators, Mr. Bronston pretty tough on those whose mouths was given seven years for that place to Circle City, a distance of son. After crushing said that the penitentiary report, ei- have been watering for pie so long, but her 250 miles. It was rallied and brought deone's skull, she set firo to tho ISO. tho little it is justice all the same. ther through ignorance or intent to house and the child was cremated. ceive, showed a profit of 540,000, when Farrls & Whitley bought at Danville THERE is more trouble in the Ian'. Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, pardoned Monday 20 $9,000, and had in fact they had lost cattle of James decided that 25 convicts in a batch tho other day, 0 The court of appeals has failed to charge themselves with Saunders, of Marion, at 4e; 30 700 to City Council had no stating as his reason that tho men are worth of material that was turned tho Louisville A. T. nunn, at 31 to 4c; right to change a Legislative district old und atllicted and want to get back 34 averaging of 850 pounds of Webb, over to them and that they had used having been done in the JlSth to their homes before it is too lato. up. He gave this and other reasons and this of Perryville, at 3!c; 15 of same of C. Llnney's election is VV. W. French and C. L. Lambert, why tho credentials should bo referred, district, Mr. E. of Bota bo an awful pity of Bowling Green, O., agreed that if Worley at same price and lot claiming that too much depended on invalfdated. It will tom at4p. Their other purchases that young man shall have to go Fitzslmmons won the latter would move these Senators votes to hurry through if this Tuesday's issue. marching home, after he has raised out of the State, while if Corbctt was day were given in tho matter. His argument fell on deaf & Spllman bought of Hood Anderson statesmanship. tho successful one the latter would Worthlngton his growing crop of cars, however, for the gold democrats such hopes for his hunt another home. joined with the republicans and by a wheat, 75 acres at (50 cents. This Jh live TWO of the noted events of the month Queen means 8uerior to all. Wo claim for the The Mississippi river at Memphis cents lower than the same firm recent19 to 14 seated the five new voto of Queen Washer: of March have passed, tho inauguration has reached ao.O feet, and a further crops. members. ly paid for one or two other , First, That it will out last nny other. of McKinley and the prize fight. Tomor rise Is expected. Only six lives have Wyatt Hughes sold to Robinson & Second, Thnt It will wuuh from tho finest to the to expectations, Gov. row the third will come off at Newport been lost, all being Negroes. Contrary Many conrscst clean and will not tenr clothes 125 barrels of corn at $1.15 In tho Bradley declined to interfere in the and Tuesday next, the fourth and last thousands of iwoplo are homeless and Third, That it will wash as elenn n you can with crib. Tho Eugene McGoodwin place case of Walling also and tho two part- will, let us hope, result In Bradley's there is great suffering. a washboard. just outside of town, was sold at auction to f Fourth, That you can do tho work iu ners Jin the foulest crime of the century election to the Senate, if a democrat Milton G. Cope, former president of to Thomas C. Fox, for $5,100. It conthree fourtliH less time. at, Newport to- can not win as now seems certain. Then will pay tho penalty tho First National Bank of Paducah, 30 Fifth, Thnt as was remarked by one using tho morrow. In his determination not to let's all hands take a well earned rest. victimized tho bank to tho extent of tains a comfortable residence and Queen, when asked if it would save timo and labor: acres of ground. A tract of land beinterfero with the verdict of the courts "It nbout ruts of! tho washing part " $13,000 by means of notes to which lie longing to tho Owsley Evans estate, Prico, f 3.C0. Call and sco it. the governor does well. Tho lower and of Mayficld capiSenator Goeiiel has presented a had forged tho names was also sold, going to W. F. DoLong the highest courts have passed on tho bill to give each judge of the court of talists. Ho has disappeared. & at $90.10. It contains 132 acres, unimcases and without new evidenco or appeals a 'clerk at $100. Now let Two Kentucky cases involving tho proved, and adjoins Mr. DoLong. Ad stronger reasons than have been given, somebody propose that they be given State law for taxing corporations, wero the executivo should not stand in tho houso rent free, their salaries increas- decided by tho supremo court in favor vocate. way of tho execution of the laws. The ed to gil0,000 and their work reduced of tho Stato. One was the Henderson The various countries of the world testimony shows that both men deserve of appeals bridge case, and tho other tho case of now use 13,400 different kinds of post one half. Tho present court death for the murder of Pearl Bryan needs relief from otfico. the Adams Express Company. In both ago stamps. let us hope they will get and It takes 37 specially constructed and cases four justices dissented. their deserts. William Jones, of Alexandria, Va., equipped steamers to keep tho submapapers say that Jackson sang as The walking Hunter's chances for election fade a solo tho other day, "Tho Half has thought ho saw a neighbor fired his rine telegraph cables of tho world In re1$ Receiving his- wife and pair. with his as tho days go by. Patience and shuf- Never been Told." That's tho general him. To his surprise ho found makpistol at belief, but it is timo that he was fle tho cards democrats of tho LegislaTO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY. son Take Laxative llromo Qulnlno Tabled. JAH ture, and put a spider in the dump- ing a clean breast of it, if he expects that he had fatally wounded his DruraUta refund the money If It falli to Cure. For who bad just returned after having Sale by W. U. McHoberta, Craig A. Uocker and U. AU Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give bin a Call ling of this slick citizen, which will to do so in this world. After years. L. Vtany, Druggkta, Stanford, Ky. been thought dead for several ho will be unable to do so. settle him forever. I - Aktek the greatest fight on record, m A Good Thins: News Briefly 1 time-keep- er te lit t(eal Bargains. ir jpfcFiFi',eaPTiP"ifcTif!3?f LJUVJ JL JLJL. JLII "" eh hir)c of Sfyoe5 ai?d flippers r b - rt - Our Line of Dress 6oods Ho-Ier- y, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I'roi-iuctok- Wll-llamsvll- GIVEN : AWAY Side-Board, I Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, HItlC-A-mtA- J. A. BEAZLEY Lancaster, Ky. PAINS. BESJ,?eDY LEAD. n gh OILS, VARni$f)G$, (0L0K$, six-yea- r- CRAIG66 HOCKER. ar two-year-o- ld 900-pou- $51,-00- The Queen Washing Machine. Ne-vl- us one-hal- HIGGINS MoKINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, THEMERGHANT TAILORS -- arm-in-ar- m SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. .. 4'A.y iiEft .! taiufrttgMjMlfci. U6kVa-.a- ' .i-AAJ- J t r THRINTRRinRinilRNArQ"-"! " Stanford, Kv., E. C. Walton, - Mar. 19, 1897 I WILL null roiiL'h lumber and shin- glcs as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. EdOS. Barred IMymoth Books, pure1 15. II. J. McHob- Managkk. crts. ft For Sale or Ri:nt. My coal plant and scales. Apply to J. 11. Hales, StanAlaiiaktini:. thu great wall finish, Is mado in l.'l dilTereut colors, Every ford. folor is in stock now at funny's Drug Bank Stock. Harvey Helm, execuStore. UusiNr-s-d as can be, 75o for PERSONALS. JinxinW. ton. !i. tor of H. G. Craig, sold to Mrs. Maria Conner three shares of First Nutional Lexing- VaknonIs in Bank stock at 5107. Mr. and Mrs. D. l Eminence yesterday. MRS. Katk nati buying Spring millinery. Tin: Stanford Colored High School Mr. W. C. Boonk, of the Maywood Is very 111 of utoiiuioh trouble. commencement will occur at Walton's heotlon, and a pleasant BR. V. T. Wilms, of Nicholnsville, Opera House came over Tuesday to see Br. Steele entertainment is promised all who atto-nig- ht WoVKN wire and oak picket fence, to thu most economical fence in the market. I am selling it at about cost of Bl'DDI'.rar Is in Cincin- manufacturing. A. C. Sine. Ball went Bulley. tend. Admission M cts. C Mr. L. L. Sink, of Pendleton counNo toll is being collected on tho ty, is thu guest of his relative, Mr. A. Hall's Gap pike. The raiders seem to Sine. have carried their ointwhen they apMiss Lillik 1i:vtox returned Wed- plied tho torch, but they wouldn't if nesday from a visit to relatives at Lex- tho ollicers would screw up their cour-gington. o. it i Land Sali:. T. C. Ball and E. S. Sjioonainoro sold to Harlan Carrier .'50 Mrs. T. 1 Hill, Jr., and pons, Tom acres of the SjKxmiunore farm near and Burton, arrived Tuoluyfrom Buf- Dudderar's Mill for $700. The place has on it a good dwelling and other imfalo, Wyoming. Mrs. A. B. McKinnkv went up to provements. Jelllco yesterday to ceo her daughter TllK oratorical contest for the "C. C. Mrs. II. G.Cook. Williams prle" will take place nt tho MRS. B. G. Fox, of Danville, spent Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute, March several days with her parents, Mr. and 2f!th. The editor of this pajer has Mrs. T. E. Wood. been invited by Ho v. L. M. Scroggs to Mr. J. B. Carter, of Garrard, p.ita. act as one of the judges. ed down to Louisvillu Tuesday to buy goods and sell his tobacco. AciJt'lTTKD. Judge Dawson acquitA. C Alkoro was here yesterday ted John Moier, Sr., and Henry Walls bujlng furniture prior to going to Tuesday on a charge of running the on tho Somerset pike, on the housekeeping at McICinney. ClIARLKS II. IlAYDIIN is luid Up with grounds that the keeper raised tho olo toiisllitlrt and J. U. White, of Lou it and did not demand the toll. llle, is running on the K. C. in his TUB editor" of this pajHir Is climbing. tead. President Dr. Ed Alcorn, of the NaMiss Florknck Trukhkart receiv- tional Bank of Hustonville, notifies ed a dispatch from Huntington, W. him that he has been elected director Va., yestortlay stating that her ne- in that institution, in place of Mr. D. phew, Powhatan Taylor, aged !.", liud S. Johnston, who has disposed of his died fitiddeuly. stock. TllK Itichiuond Climax, we aru ghul Tin: ttirnpike raiders seem to defy to state, Is mistaken when It says Mrs. judges and grand juries. While tho W. II. Shanks is very low with typhoid fever. She has had malaria but was court was In session hero gates were torn down right tinder their nose, tho not very ill. Mr. Mark Hardin and wife, Miss same thing occurred In Mercer and now Georgia Wrayand J. W. Hocker, J. L. Garrard is tho sufferer. Do the cowards think thus to spite and overawe and E. II. Beazley attended the Black Diamond. toll-gat- e 11 J. T. JONia went to Corbin Wedncs. day to paint the town with Bean's Soi.VK Tins, Mr. John Bright (rod) Those having missionary boxes for says ho hiiH (K bona and two roosters Wulnut Flat church will please hand and gathers (58 eggs dally. Is it possl- - them in next Sunday. bio that his roosters are laying ? Eld J.T. Sharrard will preach at the Christian church Sundny morning on -Mr. J. B. Biggins is preparing to "Souls' Conversion" and at night on open a buggy and Implement business Xo man is well dressed without a nice Hat. I am l.c.id- over W. W. Withers' store. Mr. Jas. 'Prize Fighting." Young peoples' meeting at 0 i m. B. Owens will bo salesman for him. Rev. George S. Savage has just tin- - quarters for mens' wear, and luive WAiinnouSK. S. P. Stagg is having iahctl his .'list year as State superinten- bulltforW. W. Withers buck of his dent of the American Bible Society, store-rooIn that time has traveled 4SO.O0O a warehouse 'StxoQ feet to store that gentleman's world of goods miles in its interest. Rev. Geo. II. Turner will In. nt. Walnut Flat and Gkoiujj: Li:i:uud Susie Cooper were night at "o'clock. Communion servi- Tn Stiffs, Culms, Pashas, and Alpines in Black, Brown and married at tho court-hous- e by Judge ces Sunday nt 11 a. m. Mr. Turner arW. L. Dawson yesterday. They be- rived yesterday B. Stetsons hats at $8.50. and is the guest of Mr. Pearl with the new Hat brims-- J. long to Hustonvllle's colored 100. W. U. Higirins. Lrtchrr Owslky. Eso.. of Lancas- - KC,Vi J K- - "nnelley, of George- n tor, thu young lawyer, is town' wil1 Puclt nt the Baptist church honing for military honors. He is here Sunday next and immediately af raising a company of State guards at ter the sermon a meeting of the church DON'T JUMP will be hold to call a pastor. All the Lancaster and already lias IX) names. . 0VEE THE HOUSE members are requested to be present. Thkri: doesn't seem to be any trouTo open tho windows -- don't go ble about the democratic party getting FA R M ,or J!,l, or Kent ly '"'irm of nil over town looking for a good i) ' Duel together in this county. Every body lag In limits ofAcrvH. well Improved Wutvr Drug Store, when you've got track town of Sliuifonl. is for harmony and tho very idea of a mill lights free, J.!-- Hundley, Stanford. of one, right under your nose This fusion with republicans is hooted at must be a good Drug Store not by the gold men. FIRE INSTJEA2TCE. because we say so, but because doctors nnd careful people say so. The Corbin News, Will G. Over-stre: They are not hired to praise it editor, signalized its birth by apDrugs cost them regular Co., pearing In blue, but wo trust that there price, even if they lay their praises Is no ill omen in tho color. The paper KOUNDliD 180G. on with a trowel. When you got is an folio, all home print and in the way of trading hero you a very creditable one. will understand why our patrons STANFORD, KY. Will Sui:. Gabe Elktn tells us that PRAISE US. hu will sue tho city of Stanford for 0 CONDITION OF THE damages for being jailed without cause. Hu admits that ho had taken a FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. AT STANFORD, drink or so, but says ho has substantial March 9th, If'JT. At the clov: of lluslm prool that ho was not misbehaving. WE HANDLE - 3 t t .' .! & 4. M The Very Latest Styles H. ht well-know- J. McROBERTS. . i V ll et Caledonian Insurance of Scotland. R. B. MAHONY, Agt.,' C $20,-00- PGNNY'S DRUG STORE. -- DiSTL'itiiixR Worship. Rev. William Sprinkles had a writ issued for a i'iniiili of vnnmr linli..j n.wi ., number of Rowland boys, charging them with disturbing his services there a rew nlgnti sine. The trlul is set for yes-terd- JtKSOlMtCES. IIHK. Other MfKkj Ovenlrntta Ihiefmin ItanLi IUnUnK 1Iol, Furniture ami Fixtun Current i:xin;ncj Ca.h . av SiM.CMOl I,!M 07 3,IS!t iH I fil.'Hj s;5MJ SO Star Wind Mills, Geneva Feed Cutters, -- M 00 m 1X1 ft", Saturday. al 15,M5 31 JU&yy.t) ll By forwarding by fast freight, the I.IAIHLITIKS: Courier-Journof yesterday was de- Capital stock ,..S20'V'iO W) livered horo buforu l) o'clock, with its Mirliih . . . 17,00 SO ... 2,'ii 23 f0 columns of prize tight matter. It PmUrliUM profits ,.. 131,136 (ll was quite a stroko of enterprise and It IiulhMtial lt'x)lt . 4.W7 paid well, for very many people here Duo from Hanks St5(i,i;0 19 wore anxious to read the full story of The lllant, J. 11. OwK,y, state that tho forego-lFltzslmmons' victory. account Is corrett to the Uti of his knowledge n AND- The Taylor Hose Powers. eSTSpecifications and Prices with Guarantee Furnished on Applicition.TBH B. K. WEAREN -- St SON. marriage at Ijincaster the courts? Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. S. G. Dryk came down from liUbtonvillu with Miss Sallie Cook and is visiting friends here. Misses Jessie Cook and Lucy Lee Walton are also back from a visit to the West End. T. A. BRADLKV, of Boyle, Ih soliciting stock as well as subscribers for the Louisville Dispatch, thu new democratic paper to Ins started In Louisville. Ho will call on Lincoln dumocruts in a few days. Mr. Elijah Spoonamori:, who is in years old, has been serIou.-!- y sick with thu measles for several lays, growing delirious at intervale. There aru six members of hU family, several grown, and none of them have ever had the disease. Mr. M. W. TVRKK, the popular and progressive photographer, of Clinton, Tenn., arrived In Corbin TuoMlay and will make this city his permanent home. Mr. Tyreu is a skilled artist and retoucher and wo predict for him business. Corbin Entei-prisa pro-qterou- s c. Hon. Jamks B. McCrhary and wife returned homo Saturday from Washington. Both are in excellent health anil were cordially welcomed by their neighbors and friends. A very elegant dinner in honorof Messrs. T. 11. Shanks and Albert Severance, two popular young Ih'uux of Stanford, was given by Miss Florlo Heath on Thursday. Others present were Misses Pattie, Baldwin, Bennett and Hood. Richmond Climax. HOME NEWS, Lkt Dunks repair your watch. Sl'KCTACLRS.- - No tit, no pay. Danks. COMPKKTi: line of fishing tackle at Craig & Hooker's. It rains every day and more is pre dieted for Friday. Skkd Potatoes and Garden Seeds of all kinds at Warren ifc Shanks. m and garden seed in bulk. Landreth's now seed. W. B. McHob- - Flowkr erts. Bin lot of Russell county Brazilian Seed Sweet Potatoes and other seeds at W. H. Brady's. . m I will sell you best quulity steel rooting nearly as cheap as you can buy shingles. A. C. Sine, report that came horo Wedncs' day night that Fitzslmmons had drop ped doad, unfortunatoly proved untrue. Mr. Grovk Kknnedy was here yesterday and told us that his son, Ben, who was shot by Joo White last May, is getting along all right since tho doctors removed tho 45 bullet thut had been imbedded in his skull for nine TUB months. Hrhoda KaUIK, a Circassian palmRESOURCES. ist and fortune toller, Is at the Myers Puiilic School. The public school Loans and discounts 6 .16.1,614 Hoiisu for a few days. He tells the 5,369 69 closes after a successful term of Overdrafts, secured and unsecured past, present and future, gives advice seven months. U. S. lionds to secure 50,000 00 Tho trustees say that Stocks, securities, etc Circulation 17,717 07 in love, business and marriage and with a few exceptions tho furniture and fixtures.. o.ljo 00 guarantees jerfect satisfaction. Terms E. L. Grubbs and Miss teachers, Mr. Ethel Wright, Oilier real catatu and mortgages owned 1,571 00 to suit thu times. Consult this wonder- have given general satisfaction. Miss Due from National Banks, not Reful little jwrson. let e Agents,- 3.959 Wright will return to her homo near Due from State llanks and Hankers 1.014 73 Shelby City, and Mr. Grubbs will con- Due from approved reserve agents Insurance. Mr. II. R. Bush, State '3,309 67 agent for the Caledonian Insurance Co. tinue two months longer with a select Checks and other cash items .J34 03 j,ij; 00 of Scotland, was hero yesterday and pay sc1kh)1. Measles caused the attend- Notes of other Nat. llanks. apioInted Ww R. B. Mahony, local ance the past week to fall lower than Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 316 30 agent. The company is 0110 of the old-u- t over lefore. Specie- i,j63 00 Legal tender notes 4,(74 00 in tho country, a well as It is one SKiPi'im. Wednesday morning Mar-h- Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 17,14a 00 of the strongest. Mr. Majumy now has Newland had the jail force out j per cent, of circulation 2,15000 four good companies. cleaning up thu streets and John Tur., Total 1306,983 87 A majority of the sjKirts hero favor- ner, who Is serving a term for disturbLIA11ILITIES. ed Fitsimmoiin in the big mill, but thu ing religious worship, was put to work Capital stock $100,00000 '5,753 00 society . out lis and the ladies generally on East Main street. Thu marshal left Surplus fund. Undivided profits, less expeckes and weie partial to "Gentleman Jim." him for a few moments and when ho retaxes paid itfi c8 Very little betting was indulged In, turned Tumor had lied. Securing a National Rank Notes outstanding 45,oou 00 owing to the scarcity of that article. horse Mr. Newland went in search of Due to other National llanks 80 ) 1,113 61 Tho millibar of those who dreamed him and after a long and tiresome chase Due to State llanks and Hankers 105,864 S3 found him near Maywood. The youth Individual deposits subject to check about thu tight is up In tho hundreds. Certified checks 15 3$ was brought back and now wears a ball Liabilities other tnan those above stated 19 182 17 IN Hoc II. W. Ashlinger, a good and chain wliun hu is on the outside of Total looking white man, was placed in jail the jail. STATF. OF KF.NTUCKY. Tuesday charged with stealing a lot of County of Lincoln, Capt. Gi:ohof. II. McKinnhy, chief I, John J.McRoberts, cashier of above named s, Arc, from Judgu T. L. towels, Hint, do solemnly Shelton's barber shop at Rowland. Ho mustering olllcer, Department of Ken- ment is true to the sweur that that the above state, best of my knowledge and be. tucky, G. A. R., who sends in this item, hef. JOHN J. McROllERTS. Cashier. claims to hall from Eastern Kentucky this and say that he has just served a term organized Wellington Harlan Post, No. 01 Subscribed and sworn to before mers. . 16thu,day . i. imiun , 1.. .iiar., 1097, 70, in D.uiviilo lust Monday, with tho HnCKRK, In thu Covington jail for illicit distillJ. S. W A. Tkibdle, Directors ing. At his trial yesterday hu was ac- following ollleors: P. C, George II. T. Hill., Dobyus; S. V. C, A. M. Wells; I. V. quitted. No. 3917. C, Joseph C. Hicks; Adjt., S. D. Van- TOUGH ON C. O. A drummer eamu REPORT OF THE CONDITION Pelt; y. M., Joel F. Mills; Searg. Rusor pulling and blowing into town a few sell B. Figg; Chap., Daniel A. Curd; THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE days since, carrying his sample cases, O. D., J. M. Sams; O. G., Richard Powand when asked by a hotel clerk why ell; S. M., Mike AT HU8TONVILLE, Shepherd; Q. M. S., "They James W. ho was walking, answered: Shcarein The post will meet In the State of Keutucky, at the close of business told mo at Crab Orchard that I could every third Monday Mar. 9, 1897. at 2 P. M. o'clock next not get away lnjforo RESOURCES. morning and I would walk to Jerusalem "Tim Old hanging Fork." This Loans and discounts , '..4100,314 9 before I would stay In that place that is the name of Mr. Georgo W. Dona-hy- 's Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured. 2,638 29 ., 11,500 00 long." book of poums, which wo havo re- U.S. Ilouds to secure circulation Banking House, furniture and fixtures. 1,000 00 It is a Due Irom National Danks, not Re$4,000. Teller W. M. Bright is not ceived with his compliments. serve Agents 334 9S generally considered an extravagant neat little volume of over 100 pages and 3,566 fo man, but when his friends hear that ho in addition to tho poem which gives it Due irom Slat Banks and Bankers 17,673 07 Due from approved reserve agenU Is using a $4,000 paper weight, thoy its name, there are 00 or more others of Checks and other cash Items 18 oS Mr. Donahy's composition, each of Notes oi other National Banks will change their opinion. It is a slip2,060 00 per made from macerated greenbacks which do credit to his head and heart Fractional paper currency, nickels and 10 43 cents which have been redeemed by the gov- and many of which aro real gems. Thu Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz' o ernment and which now looks about us author has been foreman of thu 11,07600 11,016 00 Specie Advocate for many years and in Legal tender note.... littlu llko money as anything one could imagine. It is said to have beun made his spare moments has permitted the Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 56a 50 5 per cent, of circulation. out of $1,000 and was sent to him by a muse to woo him und tho littlu volume is the result. Wo hope it will increase Total $150,869 03 friend. his wealth as much us it will givu him . LIABILITIES. $50,000 00 Capital stock paid iu Held Over. Butler Benson, tho fame. Surplus fund. 35,000 00 white youth who was placed in jail SatUndivided profits, less expenses and urday charged with forgery, waived RELIGIOUS. taxes paid 730 85 his examining trial and was hold over 10,65300 National Bank notch outstanding A really smart preacher Is ono who Due toother National Hanks. 6,338 37 till circuit court in $100, which lie fail1S1 00 knows whun it is wisu to bo "called" to Due to htsto lUaks and banker ed to give. Ho is charged with forg37,067 91 Individual deposits subject to check G. Terry's name toslx orders on another Hold. ing I. .....$150,869 03 Tho corner stone of tho now Paris Total F. M. Ware at MeKinnoy, aggregating Hocker. Cashier of the above named I $10, and thu work is said to have been Methodist church will bo laid Sunday Hunk,J.W. solemnly swear that the above statement do is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. cleverly done indeed. Judgu Carson's afternoon, March 2lst. J.W. HOCREK, Cashier. reason for muking tho bond to small Tho meeting at the Methodist church Subscribed and sworn to betore me this 16th Gro. V. Hunn, N. P. L. C. was that his crippled father and sever- continues with increased interest. Ilov. day oi Mar., 1897. I. T. koss, al brothers and sisters wcro dependent Grlnstead says he is expecting reinDirectors. Cicero Reynolds, T. J. Robinson. forcements soon. on htm for support. to-d-ay Ilanklng-house, al TllK ollicers tell us that so far the bar rooms have cut but little llgure in increasing arrests. Tho jwoplo haven't the money to spend for drink. John Newland says that men who used to blow in f"0 cents a day for liquor haven't seen that much money for a month and consequently they cun not patronize the saloons. and Iwllcf. Sworn to hefore nie lo'J7. V. M. J. II OWsI.KY, Cashier. r J. II. Owsley March 13th, III'.KIIIT, Notary Puhllc. IT MEA3TS- - REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky, at the dote of business Mar. 9, 1S97. MONEY IN TOUR POCKET, To buy your new Spring Suit of us. Our line embraces all grades, from tho medium well made to the best high class tailor-madAll sizes from three years to 70; also extra sizes. We can surely please you. e. GIVE US A CHANCE. f3 We are showing a beautiful line of Children'a Suits, braid and button-trimme- d, age 3 to 7, at 50c to $5. Wo call especial attention to our Hoys' Suits with coat, two pair pants and cap for two-pieco 50toiC Our Men's CJlo-fclxxari-- S Is made by j on. first-clas- s workmen and the fit and quality is O. K Come let tin show SEVERANCE & SON. WILLIAM SHELTON. The Second Session of J2ayDon't pay a fancy price before you see our goods. 7,6-'- STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. Prosfdont. 7 181)0-9- scl.-sor- OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1807. For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, scud for our New Oata- loguu. Address, MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY, Lvov Principal, Stanford, Ky. 1 1 1 m. x Come In and Loop; We will sell you I ffl At our Samples. .'1 s m WALL PAPER & PAINTS Cheaper than over before. We have everything now in the Drug Line. 1 5H I 3 4 Dan-vill- mmimmmiim W. B. MoB.OBEB.TS. Pi WA wwvmm every-day, 1 We have added a splendid Hue of Clothing to our well selected stock of General Merchandise and are now prepared to Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoe3, Obinaware, Glassware, Queouswaro, &c , was novor more complete. HARRIS St HARDEN, itl-',"l'i$.l.M- , . .-- to lV ,'f ' ;; U a4m hi i . iinwiiiwiiivfc'iii fctaaiQMtf -. t- yia'A.V'iAMH-Bxs- ;, ttiyi;r7 wjnsyivista.tfta u.vClrrM, ,, w ,. v THEINTERIOR JOURNAL I"tt"blicl5.o BRODHGflD. Tho baby riug at tho full is increased at tho house of "W. II. Adams with lad. a Our town was full of candidates last Saturday and &oinc of them pot a few of our boys crooked. Albert Albright, John Tharp and John Jarrett, who have been in doors a few days keeping company with measles, are out again. But tho whole town is full of the same trouble. A select school was opened a week since by Profs. Chandler and Owens, with about 40 pupils enrolled, mosi oi whom are advanced. A much larger attendance is anticipated as soon as the prevailing epidemic (measles) ubates. Jack Luntz, a love lorn youth, who procured license a few days since to wed Miss Carrie Weaver, a charming maiden of sweet 10 of this place, roams about an oil Held near his sweetheart's home trying now to win the family feeling from the girl's father who Is guard-inthe house. Miss Iva Painter, who has been spending several days with the home- y folks, has returned to Livingston, unar-lemeasPike has recovered from the les. Miss Mamie Holman has returned from a visit to relatives at Crab Orchard and entered school this week. The oil prospect that was so bright at this place a few weeks back has been on a stand still for the last 10 or 12 days. Tho men who were operating the well broke their drill in the well about l,0o0 feet below the surface and it looked like the work was blocked for all time to come, but after much hard work and perseverance the enterprising gentlemen have at last gotten everything in good running order again and are now moving down to the location of the oil. Everything is pointing towards oil now and land is advanclug in and around Brodhcad, so we are ex pecting a boom soon. 3.? a.oo $.txyaa.n.&. Fridays -- AT- - When not no ald OC.CO will Is! charged. 5B&& at TIME Cffl. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. tu. andjreturns at 4:30 p. m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 24 Train going North " " No. 28 " " South No. M " " " No. 23 " Tor all'Potnts. 12 3 3 13 12 01 .... 1 pm a hi pm 03lp in THKO'.V.H TICKETS SOLI). HAUUAUE CHECKED TIlltOUGlt. For any Information enquire of JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CREScTnT. Trains pas Junction City as follows: 3 2 No. llSouth .... 12 02lp m No. 1 North " ' 600am So! -" Cipro Note Nos. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction Clly. All trilns stop there. 9K Xo.l"" KOMim 1131am " " " "10 " C .....3 149pm 3S 15 p ra a in FRANKFORT ANo'niHdNNATI ArlSM " 1131 P. M. RY. A. M VIAOr.uiWtt.lOWN. r. m. 803 720 5 10 A. M. 2,00 3 IS 4 50 1153 8 40 Lve. Somerset, " Jet. City. ArM.wnwtowti, ' Frankfort, Ar'r 8 20 I.T 9X1 30 "6 C30 3 00 5 30 v'Jtli' Dally pt Sunday ci)iiEi!cvW ( p A ROYAI II POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrate! for Its great leavening strength mid hcalthfuluess. Assures the food against alum and all forms.ot adulteratlou so common In the cheap brands. Koval H tKi.vo Powder Co., New York. JOURNAL INTERIOR happy life. 13UILDING: haye been published, ! Ere this shall another young mau of this vicinity will I have opened up a Candy Manufacto- have fallen a victim to Cupid's darts PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE ry on Lancaster Street and can supply and taken to himself a wife, so Madam Situated in Lincoln county, Ky., Farm No. acres, Rumor savs. but fearing she has in near Dix lllve. containing 210 barns, with a tine, FRESH CANDY all necessary i i.rit ,itrti!ni?. twu cuod Of Mnny Varieties and Superior Excel- formed us incorrectly, I will not give outbuildings, all under good fence; fine orchard of and Sunday during the year. Mr. Bud Gooch will move to town in a few days and run a blacksmith shop. Otis, son of Mr. E. S. Singleton, has been very bad oil with a complication of diseases, but Is improving. The marriasie of Mr. M. T. Reynolds and Mrs. Gooch was a surprise to the entire neighborhood, as no one thought they had any notion of a partnership. Hero's hoping they may live a long and between the hours of I) A. m. and l. (., at A Safeguard for tho Hich. No Itak door In tho town of Stanthe court-lious- o Hesults Assured. ford, Lincoln county. Ky., I will expose to the highest bidder, for eah lit hand, to pay The New England Mutual Lifo tho Stato and county tuxes for tho year Insurance Co., lMiSand IsWi. the following iloserllieil property, or so much thereof as may Ihi necessary Issues all Forms of Life, Endowment and Term I'ollcies to piy said taxes. This list will In) published nursed them all herself. Blondin, the famous rope walker, four weeks mid tho names will disappear who died in London, a few days ago, from thu list as oonjasjtho taxes und costs All Policies Issued Participate In the Anbegan to walk along a rope when he are pild. Tho cost of advertising Is $2. nual Distribution of Surplus. Cash SurSTAXroKH, NO. l White. was only four years old, and at the age of eight he gave a special exhibition Heluney. J. P.. lot In Itowlnml.. ....,.$ 2.53 render nnd Participating Paid up Insurbefore the king of Italy at Turin. Last Dye, J. S., 0'J netvs'y.V-V0 ance. U3 Christmas, although 72 years of age, I Ha It. Uoss.lot In Kowlaiid, 'M-- fl Every 3.03 he performed on a high rope at Agri- Mershon. William, 23 acres, 'UX- -o Policy. 4.40 cultural Hall, Islington, England. Ma- Miller. H111. 37 acres, ,P3-- tt ; Corresny years ago he startled tne country Short. Thomas, lot In Itowland, '00.. .. 2.20 No catch clause.-- No fine print. The Stanford and HalNJOiip Turnpike pondence Solicited. by walking over Niagara Falls on a Koad and one lot, 'DJ-tight rope. JESSE D. WEAEEN, Tho Stanford and Lancaster Turnplko Washington, O., has adopted a cur'l5-- t 71. ?3 Iload and one lot, Agent, Stanford, Ky. g few law for old and young. A bell will Tho CartHMiters Slatlon be rung at 8:30 v. M., at which hour all Station Turnplko Itoad Jand 0110 lot 33.00 children under 111 years of age must bo 95- -! STANl'OKU, NO. 1 Coum:ti. 11 l M., when at home, und another at 93 everybody must go off tho streets. Halllnger. tJreon, 8 acres -- .'3 , invented a cloth Iliillev. Tom. 41 acres A Polish priest has Event thing for Orchard, Lawnand (7ar-de2.33 llrlght, Henry, 3 acres Full UclL of Ornamental and Fruit which is bullet proof. I.3 Trees, Gnnx- - Vines, Asparagus and Small 9 1 Ilrlgbt, Jen. i ncns ...Gg.30 Fruits. We employ no agents but ssll at livJJueklin't Arnicu Solve. llutcher, Matilda, 1 townilot Ttlephone 1.33 ing prices direct to 'the planter. for cuts,, brules Carson, S.1111, 1 acre The iet salve In the world inojjice. StrauUmj and general Nursery sores, ulrers, salt rheum, fever wit-- t, tetter, chap-lu3.30 1 lot, '"V. application to hand, chilblain, conn and all skin eruptions. Carter. Oeorge. 2.00 Catalogues on It iaHlvely cure pile or nojay rciulrol. It Is Christopher. Al, 1 acre, 'M 11. F. 1ULLESMYER, satisfaction or nioner give t""2.33 KiiaraJteed to Dopenu. Harry. 13 acrts Islington, Ky. 03 Price 23 cents Jr box. lor sale by V . U. H--Ellis. Uuford.l lot, 'M-- fi Mcltolwts, Drug-jUt3.00 Embry. Mlt. I lot, '03-- fi FOR SALE 11 V Stand at the Head. 3.23 F.mbry. Smith. I lot. '113-- 0 leading druggist of Shrevn. Evans, ltlcliard, 12 acres. 'W S.1N) Aug. J. Howl, the STANFORD, KY. says: "lr. King's New Mscuvery Is the iwrt, ' 2.33 F. 3 acres. ' Faulkner. only thing that curt- - niyeot.gh and It Is the l 1". CampMl, merchant ot J. seller I liau-.(tiirdener. Jerry. 7 acre. 'HO L.. . 2.J3 Golddust Hones for lloth Saddle and Har Arli , writes: "lr. King's New Dinuvery Is all that Is claimed for It; It neer fails and I is a siiro (livens. Anthony. Iielrs, 1 lot. 'lrt.r...'.r2.3o nets Purjoc. can not cure for cs.uiuptiou, coughs and colds. fjl.tKl 10 acres. 'lfl Cattle, enough for Its merits " lr King's Now Hl. tllveiis. Anron. And Shore-Hor- n Jersey say Consumption, Coughs and Colds Is not Gill. Oreen. 1 lot. 'til cover)-fo- r n It has (.cell tried for a ouarter of H2-1an experiment 1 lot. "DO Poland China Hogs ami Southdown Sheep. stands at the head. It never C.oode. Frank. ceoturv and 2.13 Choice Individuals of Urf Stratus. dlap')luts. Free trial lttle at . II. McltoKrts (loode. Fnink. Sr.. 10 acre's, '10 2.1 Drug More. Call or Write Your ll'tntf. Olvens, Top. heirs. 1 lot. 'iwl m 3.35 Hooker. Anderson. 1 lot, 'U3-- 0 Ekctrk Hitters. 2.C0 Hooker. Joe. 1 lot. 'W for any seaKlectnc Hitters Is a medicine 5.5 MET son, but perhspa more senerally needed when the Hill. Jortlan. I lot. 'W-- 0 "3 languid exhausted feeling prevails, when the lher Jackson, Alice. 1 lot, 'M tonic and Is torpid and liiiKisi and the 20 Money to loan on Improved city pnrly or .u.i... .t. t.A. . i. ..... mi iiu l till iiiAtllrtn.. iif-- - James. Henry. 1 lot. 'IW..... iv ,' uiiciaii'c long and ,' rii.ps fatal bilious fevers. 2.20 averts farms In Stanford ami Lincoln isiunty al Bro. Davidson filled his nppolntmout ten medicine will act more surely In counteracting Jones. William. 1 lot. '11 No Alvi I wll 2.20 fi per cent., isiyablc lot, 'l0 from the malarial poison. Jones, Atvh. freeing the tcin for public or eororatloii officlalst here Saturday and Sunday. He will and 3.10 furnish 1 lot. 'IW lleaiiacno iiungesiiuu, i,uiuiiuini, William. Executors, .dmlnltritoni or Giunllaiisal rssuon. "i"""7 liliii-r- . oOe and 31.00 lvr 1ottlu Lacke.N. continue to preach for us one Saturday ,(..1,1 I,, lire Ic 3.30 ableiatrs. Am aiseiit Jr foiirtif tlm Lee. Vina. I lot, 'M-e- 0 A Viennese woman of 40 has already presented her husband with IV2 children at 11 births, according to tho Wiener Medicinisehe WoohonserifU Twenty six of them are boys and six girls; at the first birth four were borm at the second three, at the third four, at tho fourth two, at tho fifth three, at the sixth two, at the seventh and eighth three ench, at the ninth two, at tho 10th and 11th three each. The mother has -- Sheriff's Sale for Taxes STATK AND COUNTY. A Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Suierlnteiidenl of Publle Schooli IHiin-orai- lr of Lincoln coiuily, subject lo the action of the party. MONDAY, APL. 12, X897. J. F. Is n tnndldnto for HOaUOA3I sub-Je- il Aseir of Lincoln county, to thuaitlouof IhtMlcmmnitlc jKitty. SAUtKI. M. OW12N5 Is a candidate for slierlirof Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic parly. BEAR THIS IN MIND. EMSIETT McCORMACK Isarandldalefor Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democintlo part, lour solicited. supjsirl Is Values Endorsed on 91. Is a cumlldate fur P. ELKIN or nf Llnisiln isiiiuty. ject to the anion of the democratic urty. sub- JOE T. EMBRY la a rniiillilati for Asvsivir of Lincoln county, subject to tho action of the democratic party and . earnestly asks )our iii'-ort- fl "?-3- Blue Grass Nurseries. C. G. Is a candidate for BAKER SPRING. 1897. Avsor of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democrat Ic party the county is tntlllrdtoa allcv of the pie, he aiks your siipjiort. n. WILLIAM MOREL AN O l a candidate for Uncoln. subject to the action of the democratic aity. He kindly asks your kupuiL ll SAM W. MKNEFEE Is a candidate for Mierlir of Llncidu county, t lo the action of the democratic party. sub-Jei . Ix-s- Kit-har- REID, DINK FARMER Is h cnndlduto for Jnller, Milijecl to the tion of the clomocrutli' xirtv ac- " Saf-for- Mason Hotel MUS. V. 1) 5 y SIMPSON, Pror. : LaitcaHtcr, Kentucky. flilU IWlMi. It, WRYNESBURG, ntt-dof- a e 1 at W. U. McKoliert Irugtore. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. J. H. SOWDER, MANAGER. - CANDY KITCHEN ligaii, Sam. 1 lot, 0 Middletoii. (leorge. 1 lot. 'M .Mjers, Jess. 1 lot, 'HO Ow.sley. Marlali. 2 acres, 't Patterson. Annie. 1 lot. 'W Itout. .H.. 3 acres. 'M-- tt . 5 Frank. 10 acres, Stevwirt. Silas, 2 acres, 'l3-- fl Stewart. Larkln. 1 acre. 'Wi Tribble, Hen. 2 acres, '00 . . ! Vandeveor. Jess, 0 acres, 'IM5 Withers, George. 1 acre. l0 Warren. Sid. acre. '03-'1S-USln-ars'93-IM1 rt 3.10 2.15 3.35 iirsni.r'.iiiiii.stilraili,ltif ndlclt patronage ol Imsiness In Keiituckr ainl holders In htaiifonl. ILilessameaaotner isimiMiiiesii'Mii ra'mn. unc. WALLACE I.. VAUMKs, At. tl.Oiu pnttv & ll Newly furnished, clean hctls; epiendid Porters tnble. Kverything S'J incut nil trnins "rvT i4i ' liny n llicijele "aid you T bbbU IN D U ji: Uariml discounts on "Wingtr's Special' 1& High Orude 1V.7 . 11, Wtngtf Pattern uud vurrantetl. R, Chiccg Station litst-cluNJ-.- SteelTanks Ofttvanlirt) tcunil oblon (A") ir 'O 3.13 3.00 5.30 3.30 3 SHETjBY .... SHELBY, .. Insluli". or X. B. WIKQE nrsi Proprietors Clilrajio. LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE 2.W) rst-n- I."3 Turnouts, ri s rates A 2.13 2.00 respectfully sollrlUst. Junctloia City, Ky. r.niblr promid attention, verr ol your latronage is is Mil IrSff'aKnaW TmjuninuM '.ffsWallWil Also make milt made to attach to any CUAU OUCHAltn. NO. 1 TOLEDO . aim inuurui lency every day Mr V Curtis Egbert, names. alout 350 treos mane irom a selection of acclimated varieties. This farm is In a an experienced maker, is in charge and Mr. Harvey Floyd is quite sick and high state of cultivation and will produce In qualignarantces satisfaction. Give us a call. that of any farm in Lincoln counthe doctors think he will have to un ty and quantity er acre; terms easy. ty. I"rice 810 J. A STEPHENSON. condergo a surgical operation. The little No. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., fence, Improved, all under son of Mr. w. R. Singleton, wno nas taining 300 acres well ol timber, 75 acres of river well watered, fine lody been very low, Is a little better. Miss bottom, In fine condition for any kind of farming cash In acre, products Price SIS 2 Ina Reynolds has been very sick but is hand, lalance In andJeryears. improvements No. 3. Contains 150 acres, good thought to be improving a little. I10UT& excellent w.iter, fine apple orchard, nice location A couple of Mormon preachers are very productive, about 3 miles from Stanford. The IJest I.lne toand From holding forth at the old church near Price f3 000. No. 4. Situated In Lincoln county and contains AND Is fine, productive, river here. There are a lot of fellows who 93 acres, all of which Improvements, all under good splendid All Points In Michigan. do nothing but roam over tho country fence with of never falllmj water ami will pro plenty and make their living oil of hard work- duce fine hemp, tobacco and com. Price $2,700; CHICAGO. terms easy. ing people, when the fact Is they are No. 3. Situated Just outside of city limits on a "White City Special." turnpike ltest Terminal Station. . just another class of tramps and the splendid dwelling aiiJ letween town and outbuild-liiiy barn and all splendid ntimlA water for both domestic and stock lur- worst class at that; and yet men who LOUIS. good fence and In n This farm is all under claim to be good Christians go to hear poses.state ol cultivation, in uci us prmiuiiiirfijuai-hi,-- . V. high Avoiding the Tunnel ar first diss and second to nunc In the touu- say thoy preach good these follows and tv; In addition to this It Is contiguous to the city, BOSTON. sermons. Yes, tho devil can preach which is n Messing In tho way of Mug clow to the anil religious lacniurs. Wagner Sleeping Cars. Mormons fine educationalbalance In and 2 years. rnce well, too. These half cash, should not be allowed to stay In the No. 7. Near Crab Orchard, containing 1X3 acres, YORK. well Improved In every particular and nicely Hullet Parlor Cars, Wucnt-- Sleeping Cars, Prlvat neighborhood as long us Paddy staid Price $16 per acre; terms llleral. Compartment Cars, Elegant Co.iche.1 and brick Vn " rVititiilm too. acres, fine in the war. Cars. and all splendid 01-- tf "BIG ST. 4: one-thir- d 1 Atchison A Jidinson. 100 ncrs's. '"3-- 0 . . 4.13 3.30 llruce. William. 40 acres. '00 Coal and will I am still Aitent WORKS, keep a supply of allfor Fallsof Uranchso you ran wt 2.00 TIS ISD SHEET Coal, kinds A. Stelnegger, 250 acres, '1)0 . . Chappell Mi mil waul at the lowest wnsihle prlcos lor 3.00 Farris. J. II., 300 acres, 'l3 Cash. Offlcuncxt dir W W. Wltbrrs I urtilture ICY., 2.13 1).. 100 acres, 'P5-- 6 Store. llnnini. J. J. II. HKKJISS.l'roprletor, 11.15 s Mack Diamond lloof MH)re, David. 132 acres. '06 Sole proprietor of W T rf.Vl'NDEHS, Manager, wo.M. 3.20 Paint. Estimates jurnlslitsl for palntlnu 10S acres, '0.1-I--5 Oak. Jemima. ltowland, Ky 37 metal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction Kiurantivd All 2.25 roofs Oaks, Jim. 30 acres. 'M with ilntcl years. Dean's lllack Diamond 1 Paint umps Dealer In twst Cistern Ottenhelmer, Mrs. Clara, 1 lot, '90 . . . 10.00 warranlcsl for Inm Filters, Oa!vauUtsl and lllack anddalvanlted A. S. Oltenhulmer. Jacob, "17 acres, '05-- 6 . . 20.75 Iron lUwrtogof all kinds. J .85 40 acres. 'll Payne. Androw. heirs, Burgeon I Singleton, Mrs. O. V one lot, 'W- - . . 81.73 Dentist, 0.00 10 acres, '00 Warren, Jno., agent Hays, fence, 2.75 All persons deslrlnif Uxust Posta for plank Wi.llfiml. flmrli's. CO acres. 'Wl lliey And ..waa J.T.Jones, 111 STANFORD. Jlb-an'- COAL I PRICE, ... 3STOTI02 DETROIT lot-tor- n, wbat want at my stoie near Ctslar Creek, oil theI pike CUAU OUCHAHI). NO. 2 Cowiiiku. ) leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford 2.75 keep on hand a supply of plank for fetieltu. All Olttceover MclUlert' I'm? Store In theKDwiley iinwnnl. Turn. 2 acres, balanco Hutldimr. kliiiUoflumUr for bulldln puriis; alxi Iwards G1'5 and ahliiclea. All porous deslrlns: any article ol Joll.S II. lAsTLKUAX. Uumbor. Sam. 1 aero LaMIam. A. my siore near . 3.73 thU kliufcan call on me at U'idi-h--Ttitn. 4 ncres. '93-- 0 M.NGI.l.TON (), 32 Creek. WAYNESIlimO. NO. :i V'iiitk. pott and ralllnu or wire feuce can --' Stanford, Ky. ufHfin (. rii toll-gat- neci-uar- eiu,-(xs- j, 1 NEW loca-te- r DIu-lo- g two-stor- y 11a sure your tickets read ia "BIO I'OUIt" E. I). H. MAHTIN, Gen. Paw. A Tkt. Agt. 1'ajscagortTr.ime. M?r CINCINNATI, OHIO. 0. McCOHMICK, o W ti o CO u w H M d CO a P I: it rr aMO wop .63 conducted, Factories .5 starting a wholesale grocery house at Land Excursions Negotiate 1, Abstracts .65 TO 1.00 u o Junction City in the near future. As Located, Loans Collected. Write to 60 it will have tho advantages of trans- Furnished, Itents ON IMPUOVED FAKMS 0) 5 J. II. SOWDEH, Stanford, Ky. 2.65 portation by both of tho railroads It 1.13 I n Lincoln comity, Ky., at6 iwrceiit. should succeed. In terest; no commission cliarite. 1. ."" -j l " w. SO Cu Id iw, , He, True, Tho W DAVY. Km 17. Kenyou bicyclist, Mr. W. A. Roy- CJ Our L'enial 3.05 Lu For Manic aiMtlicauoui uiio .......c. """" dolds, Is coming out with his spring S. sauuiiers, diiuoitji j. .. 3.15 tlon.lnnulreof J. "rt loru, ivy. a blcvcles nrenared to fill orders for both .60 Rep3 gentlemen and ladles' wheels. Already .H I! ho has trono out riding with several .60 young ladles on their wheels to exer.45 dlf J3 rt o . .60 cise themselves. I n rt S 1.05 The Misses Berg, of BulTalo,' N. Y., B nr fi'rf I 2.12 k in d s are the guests of Miss Annie Tribble, in cj 1.25 C They brought ULXaOULV K at tho Trlbblo House. 2.50 Vapor Foland are the ,3 Os O M their bicycles with them : Ky . OeullHt, ding Bath s bJ first ladies to begin riding here this 0.30 Hell, Charles It., 73 acres, '90 PPBsaaWi year. Miss Wlngate, of Danville, is Otllce on Ijncaster street at llesldonco 'K-5.00 115 Henedlct, Wesley CO 3 tho guest of Misses Lizzie and Llda And VuporUors for head nnd fnee, tlieru N Christopher, 1). V., E., lots, acres, '90 4.20 2 l.al.nce Depeauw. Mr. Andrew Keenon and no iitH.'ewitty In leaving linuiu itt a jrreat en CD C NO. HUSTONV1LLK, tlmo iinil moimy, fur Hot SprhiKsor CO CD Miss Theresa Vnndlveer, of Harrods-burS tho Durlon, "" Health Sanitariums, hIiico by their 4.73 heirs, 13 aires '91! were with friends here Sunday. umu u rt'itilti In eliminating dUcacs Henley, I, 350 John, town lot, '9.VU0 , tho noma is Miss Fannie Morris, of Harrodsburg, eiiMiuaml additional advantage-,2 80 Hustonville, - Kentucky of n Carienter, George 50 acres tho undoubted ttupurlorlty inal rt O Sn 2.20 Mrs. Richard Gray, of Versailles, Mrs. vupor bath over the onu, anil Coo)er, William, one lot u 3.50 Martha Sumpter, of Mitehollsburg, and each member of the family belnfj benefited. Cloyd, John, 3 acres 3.40 fully endorse OrTers his services to tho people of West Uncotn Protfre-wlvQuinn, of Bowling Green, and tliulr testimonials can 'lw hIiowii. them Holmes, Peter, one lot '90 Mrs. Jennie Cask- fa Z The llocker, Charles, 30 scros 2.M and Casey counties. Full stock of CotBnsand p salway were the guests of their relatives, Mrs. Vaporizer for face anil bead can alto Ihj Ilium, Ed, 10 acres 'Vrt .. 3 10 . 95 D. CarittUler. Manager. in like the bulb, rendering ImmedU 3 90 W. E. Grubbs and Mrs. J. S. Moote, medicated In Hronclilal troubles. Catarrh. Jones, John, 13 aires ato ru'lef 2.15 last week. Asthma, Hav Fever, Ac. DurniatoIoglsU till McCormack, Alfred, II acres '90 ,. 4.93 i Morton, John, 10 acres uae till-- Vaporizer for beautifying tho comWinjer's Steel 1.C0 Cornelius Vanderbllt gave 810,000 to plexion, eradicating all unsightly blemishes Singleton, Frank, 0 acres '90 balance UechanlcAlly the inaugural committee, a condition and objectionable wrinkles. Ac. Imparting T. 1). NEWLAND, SiiEiurir. unheard of lieauty and cleanliness. Tiy eoiutnictod and Imp!. Awarded. being that the procession should be one and lw convinced. On exhibition at bTANFOKD, KV. World's Fair DiMiss Lizzie Iieazluy'n and Craig & Hooker's, Wanted-f- tn ploma and Medal. continued two blocks farther than orig- Stanford. you wealth. Protset your Ideas: thr may brlea Patea Galvanised BUel ah vim). ..rroiiilrloff done at rosson Me rales. CO, WrU JdHN WKUlJERBDBN J. S. HUGHES, Tanks. Baamlators and Orlnd. inally Intended, so as to pass his house, oats Upholstering specially. Satlsiactkn guaranteed. WaaUBttoB. D. C for tkflr $l3 . B. WIMfiJUt, ra. Southern Agent ho being too sick to sec it otherwise. ot two Buailwd ItvrawttoM waafaO. wood Ttrrae. Cbltafg. barn duelling with 8 rooms, iogetlir never failing City Items. The Aurora with ti soil volumes ofgive satisfactionwaterthe yield-lu- g In that will products. Situated on good of farm of any Brewing Co. have built a cold storage nlke. closo kindschool and church. Prlco SIS er to house on the C. S. switch In the rear acre: easy terms. 32. store lioii-- o two stories high, new stock of of Mr. John Weber's residence. general merchandise which will Invoice 52.500; built a large shed three dwellings with goo.1 Btame, ware aim ouggv Mr. Drupee has outbuildings with spleu. house and all neov-ar- y chicken house near tho stock pen and dbl wells ami cisterns to each dwelling; the total which the buildings stand Is is raising chickens on a large scale in a amount of land upon biilldltu the store house acres Cost of The small yard adjoining. three dwellings was S1000 and the land M 0). U ve property A company of men are thinking of prescot price for all the Sheliiy to ,'). ad V c rs-- o.S resenting three fere t of 2.S - 6 Ila.xter. William. 100 ncres . . . . fi Ilaugb, Alfred, 12 acres. Itnstlti. I.iiiii'o. heirs. 10S acres, '90 . . Uastlu. J. M.. lot In Uowland, '00 . . lloyce, Mary, 35 acres. '90 Ctiiii. C. W.. (11. r.). 73 acres. '90 . . . Caiman, Hezeklah. 20 acres, '90 . . . Clore, J. W., (ti. r.), 100 acres . . . . CrlMer. J. G.. 90 acres John, 127 acres Frazler, Kobert. 12 acres. '9.V-- . . . Gralxiwskl. Fred. (11. r.), 100 acres, 'U.WI Gunii, W. A.. (11. r.). 000 acres, '95-- . . . Iliiinm. Samuel, 12 acres, '90 II. C. 0 acres. 'IH1 Junoll. Leach. General, (11. r.). 50 acres, 10?. Lee, John S., 37 acres, '90 Longer. Ei nest. 50 acres Mullliis. Samuel S., 62 acres, '93-- 0 . . 40 acres, 'W Long, McDonald, Mrs. Mattle, lot ICIngsvlllo . Mullliis. Hubert H., town lot J Mulllns. Saiab. 3 acres Koss, George. (11. r.). 05 acres . . lEobliison, William. 10 acres, ltowland, G. Alfred, (54 acres, balanco Schmltz. Mrs. Hugo, 20 acres Slmnis, John 1)., 00 acres, !3-- C . . . Tranter, Frank, 202 actes, '90 . . . . Vlrmoiiil. Helnhold, lOacrcs, '90 . . . Walls, Mrs. M. E., 40 acres, 'OMMI . . Warner, Charles, (u. r.). 7 acres, '90 . Watklns, Sarah A., (n. r.), 0 acres, "Ji Waters, Mrs. Elizabeth, 6l acres, '90 White. It. L., 73 ucres, "M - - - - Welland. Joseph, 35 acres, 'M - - Young, Mrs. Sarah J., 31 acres, '0 - Hall's heirs, frl acres, '90 - - - - HIMTONVILLK, NO. 1 Wiiitk. 'l-Fl-eh0 1.00 3.15 1.00 2.13 0 D. S. CARPENTER, INSURANCE COMPANY Mustonvllle, Will carry a lanjer stock of Furniture of all kinds will cbea.;r than than ever thla anylisly Clilllejl. Plow; The OlDer ami points ulcau. l all Silver Steel and Chattan.a Malta kinds. Cult Ivators and Doiilile.sho ils, all III ttll'l .. .1... 1.. .1... ui.rl.l Kariiurs. call ffii any thluit you want from a buiaty down. i,6.l.iui-uwwRespectfully, I 1 s IOYAti 2. 1.20 1.75 3.15 2.35 3.00 OP LIVERPOOL. BMBEE CSSTLEH3H. MANAOEHS, 3.20 31.70 1.50 1.35 l.f.O 2.15 2.15 4.10 1.05 .. U SON, DEHLERS IN COKL, NOEL rss. & Order Office and Fissl Exchange, near tho Itallroa.l Oommcrre Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout tho South. nnil TTuv. Strwt, 11 TV. A. THIBBliX, tca Agent, - - Stanford, Mrrel, latelyKentuolcy. J. Hitn. . Mill Coul Vard, Crossing, 5TANF0KD 37tf Kentucky. Jo-op- li, .... ... Satisfaction uuaninteed. yOiMOIMMSMOIMM I POPULAR MONEY LOAN O - THE jeml-aniiul- MM - Dlt. W. B. PHWUTTs BIMOlMMBINlt'VvS MOMMOINIOINI aVpM Stanford, Z MS-- Cabinets oit-luvu-- 6 uf g, J. T. SUTTON, Undortalcor, MM MM M LVVIflO p MM dc-slr- 1 o DjO 0 co-.- '9"'.-- 0 t, "M-- mm OM fxnivi U J IMJ "J3-- 0 (M0IMMOIN1 o pliy-lcla- us '93-- 0 a DM yOMOMOME) MM OfQlMMOlMOlNl '93-- 6 K . '93-t- Idea - M MSsM- i- . Wb JbUk tj&txpi&aii- S Attor-M- Gun and Itoolc Smith' mm H. D. PHILLIPS, I mm G.r.A- K. II. IIACON, FRANK J. REED, Chicago. aVouUvllle. fAlfrn NN U.P.A iirT; n MONO(N1MO(M0 MM OIM01MMO1MOM -