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Jackson and Walling spent their last night on earth very differently. Tho former drank whisky, cursed the turndeath-watch, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, MARCH 23. 1897. NO. 7 ilirted with I 1 STRANGLEDjO death, dackson and Walling Die Horrible Deaths, In Expiation of tho Murder Poor Pearl Bryan. l?d CLEW TO of keys and his THE UISSIX3 HEAD OIVSM. ' ''$8l "VV SCOTT JACKSON. 1 . girls from his window and now and then wrote a letter. Ha smoked most of the time and dually retired about 3 o'clock. He was up at 5:40 and with his partner ate a hearty breakfast a few minutes later. Walling went to sleep at and slept soundly until nearly 0. Seats on the top of houses surrounding the jail sold at $1 to $3 and most of them were ,'ovored with tho curious. It was lmHslble to see much of the hanging oven from thoro lofty jwlntsas Sheriff Plummet' had an enclosure built. nearly as high as the court-hous- e Scott Jackson was 2!) years old and was born in Maine. His father was a sea captain and In his early youth Scott tlmos. While ascrossed tho ocean agent at a railway station in sistant New Jersey ho and the agent robbed thu office. They wore arrested, Jackson turned State's evidence and his partner In crime went to tho penitentiary. Ho was studying dentistry at a college In Cincinnati at the time of the murdur. 1 1 1 lll'M.hTINS. NKUTOItT, .March 20. Jnckt-onuxo- t'ruto Walling umlor shallow of thu pillow. Gov. Hrndloy litiri boon notl lied. Waiting hU ducUioti now. K. C. Nkwi-okt- , Walton. Hoth tnon March 20. hunjr nt U:0. Good job. K. C. Groat Walton. jp Nnwi'OKT, March 20. IJoth dlud (fniius protohlliitf their immcotice. Admitted that thulr confor.Iori jmtllnj,' tho oriino on Dr. Wnjrnyt wan a Ho. Preacher Lee was the most nervous of tfffjff the three. K. C. 20. Walton. Sat-da- was pronounced dead at 11:55 and Jackson at 12:01; their bodies were cut down at 12:01, Waiting's body shipped to Hamilton, O., and Jackson's cremated and the ashes sent to his mother. Instead of oQ there were 300 present. Badges and tickets wore transferred nnd made to answer repeatedly for admissions. "You are hanging an Innocent man," said Jackson, as tho nooso was being adjusted. "So am I Innocent; God knows I am," said Walling. Both men were cool und dollborato and asconded tho scalTold with llrm steps. Rov. Lee, "thu sensationalist," was tho most nervous man In tho enclosure. Ho woro a air and his long, black hair and clerical dress gave him rather a distinguished appearance. Ho owes a good deal to tho two uoted criminals, (or but for them ho would probably t. novcr been heard of outside of self-importa- nt Next to tho hist of the bljj event It over and the y hanging of Jucksoti and Wnlllnir was about thu bljrebt of all the Injst to hay thu least. There wasn't the Rjmp and ceremony that attended the inauguration nor thu sjecula(tou that the prize light brought about, but the whole world was interested and it breathes easier now that Scott and Lon have eronsed thu valley of the shadow of death. Little NewK)rt was crowded with !colu who hoied to get a glimpse of tiie execution, but n great majority of thorn were deprived of tho picas-ure(Soldiers;, deputy sheriffs and police wore everywhere and it was necessary to "keep in thu middle of thu road" or be gouged by a bayonet or struck by a billy. Tho important fellows would not answer civilly a question olltely propounded and "stand back," "not allowed here" seemed to have been the extent of thulr vocabulary. Various rumors that Jackson had told all and that Walling had been reprieved, Arc, were rife, but tho Cincinnati Post, which was Issued every few minutes contradicted thoso and was tho real otlielal organ of tho day. Walling was very sangulnu of a reprieve after Jackson had exonerated him and chatted merrily to tho hosts of newspaper correspondents, but It didn't hut long. Gov. liradloy wanted a detailed statement from Jackson, but as ho would give none, tho executive refused to Interfere. Thu procession of death formed ut 1:.'U; a minute later both men protested their innocenco; Rev. Leo read from the Dlblo and at 11:37 tho ropes wuro adjusted and foot and hands strapped. Three minutes later tho murder of Pearl llryan was avunged. Walling ?j Nkwpokt, March sr ALONZO WALLING. Alonzo Walling was 21 and was born ing. On my return another transfer LANCASTER. was necessary which made my train Circuit court adjourned on Friday, sufficiently Jate to caino a lay over at Livingston of 10 hours. Its not the tho business being fully disposed of. Dr. Wagner, who is mentioned in the company's fault, however. It Is merely one of those unavoidable accidents Pearl Bryan case, is known here, havand my misfortune to bo on hand when ing preached at Antloch church. Mrs. R. II. Young and Bruce HuffK. C. W. they occur. man, of Louisville, aro with their fathTllK "confession" of Jack- er, Dr. William Huffman, who Is quite son and Walling which was heralded ill. with such a flourish of trumpets by the Sheriff T. B. Robinson will take tho Cincinnati Enquirer was the worst of four convicts to Frankfort this week. fakes, It being dimply a confession Wu understand that his daughter, Miss that Dr. Wagner, now confined In the Maud, will accompany him. lunatic asylum at Lexington and for A prominent republican here states merly a practitioner at Ilellvuo, Is that the gold republicans are dissatistho guilty party and not them. The fied with the subatuni'o of the stories Is that Will combine nt Frankfort. Wood had ruined Pearl Bryan, that ho Howard Hnrdin, aged 33 years, a nasought Scott Jackson to get him tive of Garrard and well connected, and her out of trouble, that Walling died In Decatur, III., last Friday. Ills was called into help, that ho secured remains were brought here and InterDr. Wagner to perform tho criminal red in Lancaster Cemetery on Saturoperation, that while It was being per- day. formed and in their presence tho girl Tho warrant against Robert und Wilcollapsed, the doctor sent for ergot by liam Pollard, charging them with comJackson which was administered and plicity in the turnpike raid, was disin a few moments she was dead. Then missed on the motion of the county atthe doctor ran for ti wagon, Walling torney, the witness falling to Identify says, a cab or carriage Jackson calls It, them. and he then loaded tho body In It and George Farrls says that John took It to the place where it was found. Bright' affK story is a tame affair. He After the doctor had satisfied himself claims to have 33 hens and three roosthat tho girl was dead, ho made Jack- ters, from which he gathers 45 eggs son hold her head up and he severed It dally. Let the wood cock answer both. from tho body. It was then wrapped Knowing !xth men, as your up in a cloak and thrown in the vedoes, to Indulge in a little euhicle, neither knowing what became of phemism, he would solve the stateIt. They rode back to NewjKjrt with ments by saying that thev prevaricatho doctor, when they separated, the ted. two men returning to Cincinnati and The raiders destroyed the gate on Jackson throwing the girl's clothes In Poor Ridge turnpike again Friday the rlvor as he passed over It. These night, it having been replaced. The' "confessions" were sent to Gov. Hrnd- threats were such as to Induce the loy in a final appeal forjpardon, but he keeper to move out on Saturday. The saw at once the Inconsistency of the mob called at the gate near town on two statements and their total variance the Buckeye pike, but no one was nt with all other statements as well as home and tho gate had not been rethose made on tho witness stand during placed. their trials, and very properly declined On Thursday nt Bryantsvllle, Mark to Interfere. If tho "confessions" wero Jennings shot George Mukes, colored, true und nolnxly believes it, tho fiends through the arm and left lung, firing were part loops crimiuls In the murder three shots, one missing the mark. It of the two human beings, the born and Is said that Mukes is not fatally woundthe unborn, and an ignominious death ed. It will be remembered that ho was on tho scaffold was none too severe for In jail last fall for striking Jennings them. Dr. Wagner's folks can easily with a stone during a quarrel over a prove an alibi. Ho was formerly a game of cards. Rumor says that the preacher and held forth occasionally In shooting was done without provocation. Garrard county. Capt. William Herndon has announced himself a candidate for circuit judge STANFORD I3APTIST CHURCH. in this district on the republican tickso-callBradley-free-sllver-demo-c-- High Locust Herd Headed by 'Vo' i . Em Poland Gnjnas. 38,353. to U. S. lyiOOEL, T)0. "vlnp. IIC.VI1I.F.VS t LAI lE. .No. UMil, son of the World FtZact. .,,rw,""K ''f? Chunk-- , nnl 11.007. n,i.. s foliimJilun Champion, No. toppy ouiiff twars read v for A fmv show pllts old enough to breed, and bred rows n specialty, for -- ale. This stock , strictly flr,t-ela- ss In every respect, with ledlgrees. Prions leiivmublo and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como and see my hogs. A fmv fiesh Jersey Cows for sale. They nro good ones. AIo Mammoth Pekln .Duck EM. St for 13. A. E. IH'NDLEV, Ho.x ins, I)anvllle,JKy. wr 1 : CL0SEPMCESI ding close prices, subject to change without notice. Falls Hrnnch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold at the fol- :) fcfe i Coal Frorr; 7c to U i frt At house, with one ccnl added for delivery inside town limits. 10 I2c Corn I? to 00c per 100 pounds. Millet, 5 c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 lbs. Ship-tuf- f, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. Coc per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands. Cad and tee us before buying. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Not An Unusual corres-Iondo- nt Sight, At this ag-e- Our Prices Like Cut. . We are Up to Date. 7VO OLD TIME PRICES. respectable parent. He met Jackson at tho Dental college, where he was also a student, and their Intimacy resulted in his ignominious death. Of rather a moroso and weak nature, no was a complete tool of the man who died with him. of TIIK CKIMK. at Hamilton, O., On the morning of Feb. 1, ISOfl, a farmer boy found near Newport tho headless lxxly of a woman, which afterwards proved to bo that of Pearl Bryan, of Greencastle, Ind., the Identity being established by the shoes she wore, which bore tho name of a merchant of her town. Suspicion pointed to Scott Jackson and ho was arrested in Cincinnati. Walling was also arrested later. Letters from Jackson to tho dead girl, whom he had ruined, and to her cousin, Will Wood, with other clows wero discovered and a chain of evidence was woven that resulted, after a trial last ing from April 21 to May II in a verdict against him of death. Waiting's trial began May 20 and lasted till June IS and hu was also sentenced to die. Thu proof was that Jackson had caused tho girl to como to thu city for the pur pose of having n criminal operation per formed. Tho body showed no signs of It, however, but cocaine was discover ed In It. Thu head was evidently cut off while the girl was alive, as there were evidences of a struggle and her hand was cut as If It had boon raised to defend her life. Tho cemetery olllcials at tho homo of Jackson's mother refused to permit his remains to bo buried there and It was decided to cremate them, so within 12 hours after ho was living his ashes were in an urn, all that was left of the man. fiendish and E. C. W. cold-bloode- 1 d m While in and around Cincinnati I had tho pleasure of seeing Messrs. J. G. Weathorford and Georgo C. Goodo, Tho former owns the linest drug store In MUldale, while tho latter holds a responsible Ksitlon with the Street Railway Co. Both are do ing well. Mr. Goodo is negotiating for a grocery store in MUldale. I also met n my old friend, Louis D. Sampson, to many Stanford people. Ho has charge of tho Kentucky department of tho Commercial Tribune and has a good thing of it. Tho L. & N's. reputation for good service It known far and wide, but it is calculated to try ono'a patience to tako In tho , thu trip I did to Cincinnati. lay over at first placu I had a Livingston, had to transfer at the bridgo near Rosedale, which was damaged by tho recent freshet, and finally had to secure nassairo on a street car to get to Newport In tlmo for tho hang well-know2J-ho- ur Now-t)or- Tho fulluro of Jackson and Walling to stato where and how Pearl Bryan was killed and where her head is was a general disappointment. Those who had been with them most wero sure that thev would toll all before meeting the great judge and much tluio was et. With nothing personal against the ok nkw- captain it can bo safely said that the pokt, ICY. Dkak Hkktukkn: Ouivrecont pas- ablo and dignified manner, in which tor, Rev. A. V. Slzemore, having re- Judge Saulloy has filled the place, will signed his josItlon here and accepted Insure his election again over any man. Is Finer and better than ever at LOWER PRICES. the pastoral care of your church, wo It customary to endorse such men by giving them at least a second term and deairo to say that while wo aro sorry to Intho rule have him leave us and regret tho fact stance. will not be broken in this of his so doing, we desire to congratuThe Inclination on tho part of some late you on your success of having se- to make tho turnpike issue a question cured tho jKistoral services of so good a in tho county, district and State offices man and so excellent u preacher. is to be deplored, especially when the Latest Styles and Patterns. We thank tho dear Lord for having office sought has no connection with the sent Bro. SIzemoro to our church, and legislative department, and would in in having enabled him to do a good no way effect the Issue. The same is work among"is duringjthe years of his true of some other issues. A paper has pastorate. He has won the affection of gone the rounds to get an expivi-slo- n all our hearts and tho esteem of tho en from tho candidates in this county. tire community. His llfo among us is One candidate boldly signed against Better made, fit better, workmanship the best. This line recognized as a blessing from the Lord. free roads, saying that he always has excels in every particular the tailor-mad- e suits for Believing as wo do that In accepting ur. opinion of his own. $L5, $IS and $L0. your call, he enters a larger and more The determination on the part of promising Held, wo pray for larger Jungo Burnsido with the fiscal court blessings from the Lord to rest iqwn and tho turnpike companies of this him and his work among you. Through county to bring the turnpike raiders to his arduoiisand labors as justice is highly commendable. Bills your pastor, and In answer to our pray- have boon lasted here showing that tho SHIRTS the latest patterns. SHOES the best. ' ers, may his work among you bo abun- court and the companies offer jointly dantly successful In building up the 8(5,010 for the arrest and conviction of v. !N"eckvear up to date. Saints In their most holy faith and In parties who destroyed the toll gates in "We are the direct agents for the John B. Stetson Soft and calling sinners to repentance. this county on the nlghtiof March 10. Done by order of the church March $320 Is offered for the first conviction Stiff Hats. Call and see our line. It is money in your 13th, 1897. Dlt. WM. SHELTON, Mod. and 000 for each additional conviction pocket. price to all. A. J. Eakp, Clerk. until the amount is exhausted. At 12 o'clock on Friday night Georgo IN MEMORY OP J. M. ASHLOCK. Denny, Sr., died in the73d year of his Lexington Tent, No. 20, K. O. T. M., age, after suffering. for several years. His funeral was preached Sunday by THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. Lexington, Ky., March LI, ISO". WllUKKAS, Tho Grand Commander Rev. W. O. Goodloe, assisted by Eld. of tho Universe has removed from our Georgo Gowen, at thu Presbyterian midst our esteemed and beloved broth- church, and many friends from this and KL'CKxa er, J. M. Ashlock, and has, wo trust, adjoining counties followed tho remains transferred him to a Heavenly rest and to Lancaster cemetory. Ho wns a prominent, man and belonged to one of tho reward, BY Thoroforo It Is resolved that this tent largest and most influential families In has lost a zealous, earnest and faithful the country. He was liberal In his betmembor and the membership of the ter days, having raised several orphans and dispensed many blessings. - Hu tent a devoted friend and brother. RUSOLVKD, That a page of tho mlu-ut- o was one of tho organizers of tho Nabook of our tent bo devoted and set tional Bank in this olty and was presiapart whereon these resolutions shall dent of that institution for 10 years. In ' be spread as a token of tho affectionate 1801 ho was elected. to tho State Senate Ho was a regard of brother sir knights for his and declined a Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, of tho Presbyterian church memory and that a copy of those resolu- member Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. tions bo bent to his bereaved family by and in politics a republican. His widSquare, Stanford, Ky tho record keeper of this tent and that ow is a sister of tho late gallant and Room Opposite Court-Hou- se copies bo furnished to the Lexington popular Col. John K, Faulkner. Ho iKMiiCTHMraiKiMyrniK iTT TTI iM iTi IT'" papers with a request to publish same. left no children. Respectfully submitted, H. C. Queen & Crescent. i rates to OpC. B. Balloy, John H. Floyd, THK HERD era Festival. Round trip tickets from Jr., Committee. ' Junction City and all points North to Thoroughbred Suroo Jersej &ED ENS, Easter for this year falls very late, Cincinnati and return, on sale dally April 18. Easter Sunday may como as March 29, to April 3. One faro round Mjr breeders were tclecteil from the beat herds of of tills famous brved of swine la several SUtea A early as March 22d, or as lato as April trip, account Grand Opera Festival in eplt'udid lot of pigs of dlltvrent ages for sale, llred , 25th. It Is determined by tho phaso of Music Hall, Great Artists, rich pro-sows a wcla'.tr Satisfaction guaranteed. Corrw pondence solicited. Address tho moon, as It Is always Sunday after gram of masterpieces. Visit tho Queen ' R. H. BRONAUGH, full moon, immediately following City during this Festival season. Your first a Crb Orchard, Ky. i agent can glvo you full particulars. Spring equinox, March 21st. to thk haptist chukch CHILDREN'S SUITS. Boys' Bfouse and Sfiirf Waists Men's Suits $10 and $12 so-call- ed self-denyin- g See Our Lines Before Placing an Order. r ! jfpOne hi J. L. Frohman & Co., W UDDGRCAKinG J. C. M'CLARY, 'TT Praotical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. ill 1 iH o, BLUC-QRA- I I rfMJ .IB .. II n iBM r n "j" vt" wiirWMdlii'iiJMWiliwlMljWfcwWUwWWlilWilaiiiilniiiiMWi tmsm tHrny m ;! nnii fmmlmthimmmMmtllit?mmi&iiwiw ti iuiinyi wAffipiijjH0W3&tffcv l 'if f it And now comes Senator Blackburn News Briefly Told to say that Baird, the turn coat, who THE INTERIOR JOURNAL has gone over to the Hunter forces, Banker McKnight, of Louisville, sum of $111,000. mid him that an nttomnt had been gave bail in tho Two deaths, the result of boxing made to bribe him by Hunter's friends Stanford. Kv.f - Mar. 23, 1S97 at the last session. Baird has placed bouts, occurred at Philadelphia. been More than 50 people have his life In jeopardy by saying that Sen- drowned in the Mississippi river Hood. ator Blackburn Is mistaken or has de W. P. WALTON. Tho Farmers Bnnk, of Georgetown, liberately lied. t.n.3 i.,.,iiw..wi siiliirlus of all its olll- - ( FARM AND TRADE, Nancy Hanks was bred to Bingen, 3, 2:12. on March 5. Thomas Stone sold to B. II. Robertson a few hogs MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE tin its little ilock In the Legislature assisting in the election of a U. S. Senator, and it will probably do as it is bid. All the same it would bo excellent politics to turn down Hunter and put a man in the office who could fill it with ability. Gov. Bradley is of all his party that particular man and we hope to see him elected. Wo take no stock in the talk of his resigning the governorship after the Legislature adjourns. If he does so it will be to take a higher oilieo. The Hunter people say ho is a dead sure winner, but If the democrats will join the republicans who are eternally opposed to Hunter they will be shown a thing or two. the ultra gold who thinks the party is democrat, made up entirely of one principle, is to the republican ranks, especially if he has contracted a chronic habit of bolting. An example is furnished in Representative Baird, of Daviess. He was elected as a democrat, bolted the noml nation of Blackburn and of Bryan and The Courier-Journ- al is opposed to The natural trend of !I Innn .!.. is now announces iiiui. u In r iuuum... The demc- nn.1 will mronort Hunter. cratic party is to be congratulated on the riddance. A turncoat can never be depended upon and is generally the most detestable of human beings. V. has again demonhe fully realizes that he is strated that sworn to have the laws executed, not evaded or trilled with. Many a weaker man would have broken down under tho pressure brought to bear on him to repreivc or respite those arch fiends, Jackson and Walling, but justice and the sterner stun" of his composition led Gov. Bradley to the proper discharge of his duty by declining to Interfere with the law's doraand. All honor to Gov. Bradley I . ! Capt. Wm. Herndon has announced himself for the republican nomination for circuit judge in this district, but he wont be the only one, if what we hear Is true. Mr. P. M. MoRob-ert- s is casting wistful eyes toward tho position and has many friends, who would like to see him fill it. A safe bet will therefore be that the next judge will be from Stanford and we arc backing the present incumbent. No wonder tho pension steal grows and festers when democrats vie with republicans In the theft. The pension lawsaro liberal enough, God knows, yet it is telegraphed from Washington that Congressman ' Berry introduced last Friday 40 private pension bills, doubtless for deserters, coffee coolers und sutlers. How long, oh will you abuse the patience of the people? time-server- s, back frcm Washington feeling a little sore but still able to use his tongue. He suvs that Hunter is not the only pebble on the beach by n long shot, or words to that effect, and that his pretensions as the great and only pie distributor is an "infernal He." Just so. He thinks that Gov. Bradley has the best show to be elected Senator "Senator" Wood is to-da- y. THE effort to oust Gen. John 13. from the command of the Louisville Legion by certain enemies of the gallant and capable gentleman proved a miserable abortion. His opponent only got 52 votes out a possible 324. Gen. Castleman has made tho legion what it is and should be kept In command of it as long as ho will perform Cus-tlem- I the duties. Mr. Wattekson is rehashing the same old stuff that everybody got tired He was of during the last campaign. 'absent from the country then, and may not have seen the papers, but everybody elso did, and man, woman and child knows it by heart. Give us something fresh or give us a rest, Marse Henry, please. E. B. Smith calls his new paper at cars. Only 1,:00 out of the G.1,000 Greek y Livingston 'Kentucky Colonel." It is reserve men called have failed to n folio and the initial issue a Is at the respond. shows that no 'prentlced hand A Paducah youth shot hlm&elf behelm. Altogether the Colonel is woi-th- y cause his sweetheart refused to kiss of its name and constituency. him good night. At Spokane, Wash., a robber threw THE LEGISLATURE, powder in clerk's eyes and dashed off The bill making a reduction in near- with a tray of diamonds. ly all salaries of officers was favorably A Negro in jail at Scottsboro, Ala., reported. wlille resisting a mob, was riddled with Mr. Greer has olTercd n bill to pay bullets In his cell and killed. special judges out of the regular A firm In the town of Lacon, 111., has judge's salary. gone Into the cat business, and will Senator Goebel has otlered a bill to raise 100,000 felines this year for their permit women to hold the olllce of pelts. school trustee and vote in school elec John Davis and Beauregard Fields tions. have been held to answer at GeorgeIt seems that everything Is to bo In town on the charge of destroying Things do vestigated at Frankfort. seem out of joint there to an alurmlng Former Police Judge Mike Thornton, extent. of Mlllersburg, was found dead In the D. Milt Hnger, a free silver demo- lock-u- p at that place, where ho was put crat, was nominated for Senator from for being drunk. the 34th district to fill the vacancy The locomotive of the Chicago and caused by the death of John P. Salyer. Boston siwoial on the Lake Shore railEd Parker, manager of road blew up at Chicago, killing tho forces at Frankfort, engineer and fireman. the his place as member of he resign! At Louisville, u man was held for Stum, board of eouallzation, to which perjury for swearing In a ball case that he was appointed by the governor. He he owned a M00 lot when it was found says all the powers on earth and Hunt- that the lot was in a cemetery. er combined can not beat Gov. BradThe largest diamond in tho world ley for the Senate. It Is has been received in London. A resolution was offered in the State from South Kimborloy, Africa and Is Senate limiting the matters to be said to bo worth $2,500,000 uncut. at the extra session to five In An d passenger train on number, including revenue, relief for theB. & O. was wrecked near Oakland, court of appeals, mobs, relief for A. and Mo., killing Gen. Fullerton. of St. M. College and the election of a United Louis, and wounding a do.en others. States Senator. These are really all A shortage of ito.OOO was fouud In the subjects that demand attention at the accounts of F. D. Stegur, a&slstant present. secretary of tho Mutual Assurance SoThe Senate investigating committee ciety of Virginia, at Richmond, Va. has unearthed a shocking condition of AtRomney, W. Va., Daniel Cupp lax discipline In the Frankfort penl-hi- called his children around him and ditantiary, female convicts testifying that vided his proierty among them. He they freely visited and were visited by then went to his barn and hung himthe convicts and guards for immoral self. purposes. One woman testified that Saloon llcen&o has been raised at Sharpley, the dismissed guard, had Owensboro to S000 from $200. There are Lt. frequently visited her In her cell at 35 saloons there now and It Is claimed night. that tho number will be reduced one Morgan Introduced a bill at Frank- half. fort to punish persons for Interrupting Gov. Sadler, of Nevada, assures tho anv nubile sneaker by offensive lan- - uniiito thnt. im iiw nothlntr brutal in guage or "by throwing eggs or missies the prze ,jj,i,t between Corbett and of any kind at him." The penalty is to Fltzslmmons, und he thinks it will help be a fine of not less than $100 nor more the State. than 81,000 or imprisonment in the B. Rainwater, an insanely jealous county jail from two to 12 months, or farmer, killed his wife, his mother-in-laand hi stepboth fine and imprisonment. his brother-in-laOrrick, Mo., and then blew daughter at POLITICS. out his own brains. fight a still hou&o In It is now reported that the Greek In a drunken Lewis atChudwell, John government has offered to buy the is- Leslie county, Ismon and one unknown man were killland of Crete. of the place was perTho president has nominated Charles ed and the owner fatally wounded. U. Gordon to be iKistmaster at Chicago, haps Henry Hays, a Cairo, 111., Negro, vice Washington Hesing resigned. committed suieido by placing the blade The new tariff bill was rejiorted to his breast and the House and debate began yesterday of his knife against striking tho handle and the final vote will bo taken March driving it in by with a stick of wood. Madison county democrats will hold While playing with a pistol which a primary in April and nil who will she did not think was loaded, Miss Ida support tho nominees will be permitted Jones, of Benton, Saturday night shot to vote. and Instantly killed a young son of Dejr Congressman Evuns introduced a uty Sheriff William Rudolph. bill appropriating $500,000 for a monuWestern Mississippi was visited Friment to Abraham Lincoln, to be erect- day by a cyclonic btorm. Ono life was ed In Washington. lost and several others were injured. It Is said that no less than six female Great damage was done by destruction convicts in the penitentiary have had of buildings. The storm was accomchildren within a year and the Legis- panied by heavy rain. lature will investigate. The American clipper, Oakes, which In order to concentrate attention on u .llr.il fwim irnnir Ifiincr .!) dllVS U''0 tho tariff bill, Speeker Reed will not and which had long since been given for tho present name any of the com- up as lost, was towed Into port at New mittees in addition to tho three already j York. A terrible story of death, de-- l announced. privation and suffering was told by tho Powell Ulayton to no minister ioikl11,miN Mexico; William M. Osborne, to bo u 5sfrai(itnat friends of the lato Scott consul general at London, and John K. Jaokson ,ulli Aloiro Walling Intend to Gowdy, to bo consul general at Paris, j agaln pi.0becutc yoUng Will Wood, of have been apjwinted. cfrcenL.,l8ti,.f iml., for ills connection M. J. Moss wns nominated for circuit wl h thc peapl B Thls p,.0!j. cas0judge in the Pinevillo district ana Lorn- - ecution, will lin based, it is said, on let monwealth's Attorney Howard was ' ters found umong the effects of tne given a second chance for election. A dead men. attacking tho charscurrilous hand-bil- l Out of 82 persons comprising tho of Mr. Moss was circulated dur- passengers and crow of the steamer acter nr-mfour-colum- try. For Sale. Cm owes and lnnibs. Woods &. Lynn, Stanford. We can always present to you news Unit la more Important than nny priio fight Thompson Bros, sold to William and if you will kind y take a little tlino to read it carefully you will always profit Cloyd a bunch of heifers at 2Je. thereby. Wo nro always on hands with the Wool. Highest market price paid for wool. Call for sacks. C. V. GenR. 11. at 3c. PRIZE FIGHT I Ragsdale, Pulaski. Tenn., has three-year-ol- recently sold a d native 11 toll-gate- s. anti-Hunt- er eon-elW- fil East-boun- jack for 100. Sam Dudderur sold to Leavell & Burnslde, of Garrard, his lambs for Ju ly delivery at 5c. A dash over the blue grass section of And will provo it if yon will cirefully comp.iro quality to prices. the State shows that the wheat is lookblow on shoos is by M?llini? i I 01) ones at f 3 00, f3 00 nhoc nt i2.00 Our knock-ou- t ing unusually well. t nt $1.50, J1.50 shoes at f 1.00 and SI 00 shoes nt 75 els. Children's shoes-n03 Strayed or stolen, a red yearling 2 shoes 25 cts. and up. Our heifer. Reward for her return. F. P. Bishop. Hustonville. J. K. Carson and F. P. Bishop have formed a partnership and are buying T stock on a large scale. Carson & Bishop bought of different parties a lot of sheep at Si. 25 to $3, some nV' butcher cattle at 2i to 2i and a lot o' On hnts is nt 13.00, The 'Tuba hnt" nt 11.00 newest style. hogs at 2! to 3c. lints at $2 00, 12.00 hats nt 1 1.25,1 1.OOlmUat) 50 cts and 60c Others ns follows $3.00 W. E. Muncey & Co., are buying and hnts nt 25 cts. shipping about 500 dozen eggs per day. We never fall with our paying for them (H cents, says the Richmond Register. The Ellzabethtown News reports sales of 200 exort cattle at 3J to 4c and two iwlled bulls, a yearling and an aged, for 850 and $100. Springing, the celebrated stallion, On suits Men's a'l wool Scotch plaid suits worth ?12 00 for S 00, '$10 00 suits n died on Edgewater farm near Cynthia- - 17 00, 7 00 suits nt 5 00, 5 00 suits at 2.50. Hoy's Milts in n hi; variety and quality a na. His representatives won $1.,43 15.00 and up. Our last year. As a stud he ranked with tho best on earth. A cow belonging to Will Trimble, which was bitten by a mule that hud hvdronhobia and died joveral days ago, has gone mad and will have to bo kill In Cnrpets and Mattings Valises, Grips. Trunks mid etc., will lc more limn you real-l- y ed. Somerset Reporter. could expect, hut don't fnil to givo us a call It will alw.iyt pay. H. F. Hlllenmeyer, of the HhieGra-- s As our new Spring goods are arriving every day; wo are prepared to show you nurseries, Is not inclined to the opin something new Ixok nt our new Percales and plnld Ducking and numerous other ion that peaches aro badly injured or things in the dress goods lino. killed. Ho considers the prospect for all kinds of fruit above the average for Knock-ou- t Blow BLOW! KNOCK-OUiininem.o-"Steiso- KNOCK-OU- T : BLOW KNOCK-OU- T BLOW thlsperlod. Joe A. Cohen, of Woodford, former ly of this county, was on tho l S. tho other night returning from Cincinnati, A. UUIUNSKY it CO , I'norniirroiw. where he had taken a car load of hogs T. 1) ItAXEY, Msnaoku. bought at 3.35. He also took to the city K)undx, 41) young lambs averaging 33 Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, ihrdstown, Ltwrenceburg, Oynthlana, Vernlllc, but was only offered 6 cents, though nence, Georgetown, ElUnhethtown. Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. got 12i for thoc he sold the week THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Emi- bo-for- e. w The Chicago Tribune wired this ofSaturday for the prospects of the winter wheat crop and got the following reply: Wheat is looking very promising at present. The acreage is fully 5 per cent over the average and In this county the crop is 20 per cent more promising than a year ago. Soveral crops have been engaged at 00 cents. fice A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each 110's Worth of Goods, We havo Just opened n lurge and comprehensive utock of GIVEN : AWAY AO. Side-Hoards, I Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, IUUO-A-HHA- BRODHGAD. Thc much dreaded disease, the meas. les, on last Sunday evening at 3, claimed for Its victim a favorite of tho town and tho dearest How or In the family of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hutchinson, Susie was a consistent Christian with tho Christian church at this place. She married Lee B. MoHarguo. of Laurel county, some 10 months since. Kortwo vuars Mr. McII. has been riding as deputy sherltr In his count) and on the day beforo his wife's death succeeded in getting the nomination for sheriff. He is a young man and this is, w ills tho exception as being doputy, his lli-- a political elTort. Mrs. MoHarguo will be buried at London, Monday evening, tho 22d. Dining Tnhlcs The Ind'es nre especlnlly invited to see our new lino of Rockers, Enameled Hods. Easles, Pictures, Ac Picture Frames undo to order. Work Inspect our line of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shndts. and price guaranteed J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lancaster, Ky. PAINT. BetTKEAorLEkV. IVvond doubt we have the l est ltendy n.ixed Pn'nt on die market. OILS, VAKni$5e$, At b-we 0L0R$, t Cflh P.i'C. I Tho republican primary at thl- place last Saturday was simply a occasion without gloves. This political mass utllrined tho statement that Rockcastle county U nothing more than a resort foi ienioners and human relicts of tho battle field. Cannon-marked, Corbett-Fltzslmmo- ns CRAIG &l HOCKER. powder-burn- t, weather-beate- n J - r ji The Plnevllle Courier Is still running an ad. of a railroad offering cheap rates to the Inauguration at Washington, which occurred three weeks ago. It is probably trying to emulate the example of a Kansas paper which Is still publishing rates to the World's Fair. Michigan has THE supreme court Potato Patch Pingree can decided that not hold thc office of governor and mayor of Detroit at the same time and this voracious republican has had to give up tho latter. Insatiate officeholder ! Would not one suffice ? of fe ff ft 4 i.- I U Where Is Bobbltt? A member has offered a resolution that tho Legislature be provided with ice water, as if a Legislator ever drank water of any kind. Such profligacy of tho public money Is worthy of the severest condemnation. p The Louisville Commercial is tearing ita shirt and screaming for Hunter, but we trust it is a loss of both the garment and its wind. ing tho primary election Saturday. Villede St. Nazarere, which sailed Tho A. R. Burnam Club, of Madison, from Now York on March Kth, for Port an organization of about 200 colored vo Au Prince, Haytl, only four are known ters, passed resolutions at their last lo have survived a disaster which bemeeting declaring that they will not fell the craft about 48 hours later. support any candidate for either city or The Mississippi is reported station- county office who is not opposed to the ary at Memphis, but is rising at au ..,.., nn.i wlnw. Nino of 11 separate coach law. Tho oosaio, , also organizing for their share of thc .allro.ldd cntCrlng Memphis aro tied up , . . county and Federal pie. The rollof work Ilt Mem- Congressman Pugh, of the Mnth j ha:J ,rrown to be an enormons task. ,. . ,i..K-oKentucky district, has evolved a novel ' his i v,,. " iTnousanusui fuI"u '""" k " scheme for avoiding the making of en ther homea and BretttBiifferinK Is . emles lu distributing patronage. Ho .. 11 ii applications. iur will require mai a;i Gov. Bradley Ran. Tho Mt. Verhls indorsement bo submitted to tho republican county committee of tho ap- non Signal tells this story: Some time plicant's county, and he will be guided agoatPinevIlle court, Judge Alcorn, of Stanford, hatched a scheme to disby tho committee's uction. Is said to bo tho slate; District turb Mr. Bradley's rest during tho This Attorney, R. D. Hill; Surveyor of tho night. There were about 30 boiled cows Port, Dan Collier or R. M. Kelly; Col- running loose in tho village. After lector Second District, E. T. Franks; ,,..M,rKrv,iv hurt imno to bed tho cows Collector Fifth District, Stanley Brown; were gathered up und driven to tho Collector Sixth District, T. B. Mat- house where Mr. Bradley was staying. thews; Collector Seventh District, S. J. A half bushel of suit was scattered, Roberts; Collector Eighth District, J. which lent encouragement to the in- the assessor's act. W. Yerkes. Tho race for U. S. Mar- crease of boll ringing, cow lights, etc. elect shal is anybody, but K. J. Hampton Mr. B. couldn't stand lt longer; he left The second attempt tofailed. a president for Centre College by first train. town seems to lead. I i. n "-- ( z -- -- and the many variations of the word cripple, promenaded under rein, when finally the cords of enthusiasm broke the locks, and tho right hand of fellowship took place at tho jmjIIs in early morn. But in order to celebrate the hour in full, as usual, we mention a little head cracking between George Reynolds and Hope Tharp, when the latter proceeded to make a test of George's head with a pair of brass knocks throe licks was quite sulllcicnt, leaving tho same number of gashes as a memento. The jolico force Interfered so that further devillshment was impossible. This Is a result from an old score and it is thought that still there is more to follow. Tho jwlls cloned at thc usual hour and as the returns from the several precincts was reported: C. M. Cummins in tho sheriff's race was slightly snowed under by Henry Catron. H. L. Tuto and J. L. Kash died game, leaving M. C. Miller to beautify the throne in thc county clerk's den. G. S. Griffin, present encumbent, will bo in the final contest and will piobably continue pokto ing soup through tho scuddlo-liol- e tho prisoners, but a hope Is loft that Mr. T. Gilpin will sco his day. Jim Griffin in the circuit clerk's race drives S. D. Lewis over tho ropes. Judge D. P. Bcthurum'a referees counted Lear out, was given tho belt In tho judge's race easy. French will do Mc-Kinl- ey rough-and-tumble The Queen Washing Machine. First, That It will out Inst nny other. Second, That it will wash from tho finest to the conrsest clenn nnd will not tenr clothes Third, That it will wash as clean as you can with one-ha- lf Queen Washer: Queen means Superior to all. Wo claim for tho a washboard. to Fourth, That you can do the work In three fouiths less time. Fifth, That as was remarked by one using tho Queen, when nsked if it would snvo time and labor: "It about cuts oil the wnfhinir nart " Price, 3 00. Call and sco it. HIGGINS & MoKINNEY. H. G. RUPIEY, THE MERGBANT TAILOR -- ex-Jud- ge Is) Receiving his- - SUMMER SPRING ANDPerfect Fit Guaranteed. GOODS. Give him a Call and a AU Goods Warranted ijti. JSLmti pJV ,U- 4;' ,. ,,- - ifi. wfeSS&ii "ly p "wr ac: i ': THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., K. C. - Spectacles. No lit, no pay. Danks. The mercury was up to noon SO Nice lino of Hamburgs just received. Shanks. I WILL sell rough lumber and shingles as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. .. yesterday. degrees at MATRIMONIAL. r, Mar. 23, 1897 - m m ' Walton, Hi'siniiss Maxamku. Al.AIIASTINK, til.' jirt'Jlt Willi JlllMi, in in (HirtMvnL colors. Kvurv color is In stock now at Penny's Drug Is Hindi' THE Somerset butchers havo gone into u combine and will not Bella pound of meat of any kind for less than 12Jo. m m oiore. PERSONALS. m picket fence, the most economical fence in the market. I am selling it at about cost of manufacturing. A. C. Sine. WOVEN wire and oak - 1 I i ' Mk. David Stuaha.v, of Somerset, wni hero yosturduy. JL'UOKJ. V. ALCOlt.v was able to ilrivo down town yostorduy. MH. II. C. HliloiiT, of Danville, was hero Milling bugglos yesterday. Phktty MIm Alloc Dryc, of llustou- vllly, ih tho guut of Mrs. W. L. Evans. Wim. Duddkkai:. who has boon ill for homo time, was much woro yo&tor- day. Klmioy. The Somerset Reporter gives a quarter of a column mention of the death of a valuable.eltlen, but in some way forgot to tell who the citizen was. A Hoy. Rowan Saulley Webb, Is the name of a fine looking loy who arrived Friday morning to further bless the union of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Webb, Jr. mo We observed Sunday that tho Som erset plko was tho most jiopular for Ms. E. Tkwmy, of Groonsbnrg, Is drives. Cause why? The toll gates visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Mo have been burned down and no toll is being collected. m , JksskTkayloh, of Corbln, Is with The weather has been bright and his parunts, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas very warm for several days, causing Traylor. the buds and the grass to come out Mil. C. E. Tati: upcnt couple of After thunder storms days tit home from the Centre College the signal service says it will be fair Law School. and colder Tuesday. Mil. Jamus Lkk, after a severe tus THE supjKirts of an Iron bridge near sle with u stomach trouble, Is able to Milldale on the K. C. washed out and be out iigiirti. IMtOF. E. L. GltL'lilis will not open transfers had to be made for half a his private school till the :'lth on ac mile, delaying trains from one to live hours. The bridge was to havo been lln. count of the mcaslus. DEPUTY COU.rXTOlt J. M. CaIITKII ished Sunday night. went to Loudon yesterday to make a Gueat Interest was manifested hero survey for a distillery. in the Jnckson and Walling case and Mils. II. C. Rl'l'l.KY and mother, the several bulletins of tho hanging Mrs. E. Crowdus, loft Friday for St sent by Mr. E. 0. Walton to this paper Louis to visit relatives. wore eagerly read by tho hundreds who AsilLKY Lll.LAlin, representing the were In town Saturday. Louisville Vinogiir Works, Is liore on business and pleasure. Neahly all our merchants say that M. C. Tan.vkii has gone to WUlettV business is looking up. Waireu it Point, Now York larlMjr, to work un Shanks tolls us that Saturday they had der a civil engineering party. the largest trade since Christmas Eve V. K. SllfUAKSand handsome bride, and Mark Hardin bays his court day of McKinuey, visited the former's fa- business exceeded any for two years. rap-Idly. 11 to-nig- I. 1 , j ' 1 ther Saturday. Central Itecord. THE Claxton & Manford Hig Novelty Miss Sam. it: U. Hay, of Garrard Co., which on the 22d of August last county, sH.tnt a few days with her contracted to give a performance at brother, John L. Hay, last week. Mils. I). O. .McitKVNOl.DS, of Deca Walton's Opera House March .!$, must tur, III., lias Won visiting her relatives, have ascended the Hume, its up to this Mrs. It. S. Lytic and Mrs. IJ. Pen- lime no advance agent has appeared. Perhaps 'tis better so. ny. MllH. W11.UAM GkkH, who has been A NlioiionamedJlmCloyd was given visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Geer, 10 days in jail and lined S2.1 for toting a left Saturday for Ohio to visit her pistol, Saturday. He was at Ml. Salem, mother, when he pulled out tho weapon and L. G. Pahsons and Kin, Frank, of tried his marksmanship at hat. AfLouisville, sHM)t several days with the ter ho has toted a ball and chain former's father, Mr. T. S. Parsons.who around for a season, he'll think this is very ill. toting business is not what it is crackMil. Jambs Miij.kii Pkttcs was up ed up to be. from Louisville to get a deed for the J. H. Raines. Considerable Interlot lKHighl for him In the Miller addiers. est was manifested in the election of a HOTH sides have lined up for the final Tho Christian Aid Society wish to tion on the Kith. J01: P. Elliott, who has been visit- democratic committeeman in Stanford fray at Frankfort, with the chances de- express through the INTEIUOH JoUH-NAing his sister, Mrs. John Smith, in the precinct, No. II, and a good many voters cidedly in favor of Gov. Hradley for U. their very deepest sympathy and Maywood section, returned to his home uirllcipntcd. Mr. A. C. Sine was made S. Senator, though the Iliintor forces love to Mrs. Eliza Gentry Biain in this chairman und James H. Raines and are making big claims. Those for sad time of sorrow and trial. We comat Franklin, 111., Friday. W. T. llicilAHUSON and wife, of Free Sliver Johnson wuro put In nomi- Bradley are now confidently counting mit you, our dear sister, friend and coJunction City were up last week visit-Jn- nation, and the former wan elected on 47 democrats, eight sound money worker, Into the hands of Ilim who is his Kirents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. without a division. In Hustouville No. democrats and 21 republicans to vote ablo to comfort and help all tho?c who for Hradley on the first ballot Tuesday. ' call upon Ills name; to One who Is a U Mr. Ed. J. Tanner won handily. Both Klrhardson. Richmond Register. 1 lie sound money democrats decided to ' The llarrodsburg Demo are good selections. All ha of tho faithful, such as we know tako no concerted action but to vote u- you havo been. Yours in Christian crat says: Hon. Harvey Helm, of Stan AN examination by Dr. Kastenbine, each sees lit. ford, was hero Sunday, the attraction love. of this city, of the stomach of M. W. being one of our haudsomust ladies. Mrs. J. J. McRoberts, Mrs. L. B. .lolui-oWniPi' Won. Last Summer Mr. deceased, of Paint Lick, MllS. A. PNDKltwooi) has moved to John W. Whipp'ssafo at Liberty was Cook, Mrs. J. W. Hayden, Committee. shows that it contained enough strychCumberland Gap In order to bo with to produce death. Johnson was a robbed und he had Owen G. Head, of her husband and her mother, Mrs. H. nine man and poor carried $100,000 Insurance Marion county, arrested on suspicion, E. Mitchell, or Richmond, will take on his lifu. This made tho Insurance at least Detective Penn, who worked charge of her house In Darsltown. for the companies suspicious and brought on up thu ease, arrested him Miss SUSli: LASI.I'.Y, of Stanford and an investigation. Extensive litigation crime. It was shown that he was not Miss Annie Lasley, of Louisville, two of thu dis- guilty and Head brought suit against bright and pretty young ladies, have will probably be the result Mr. Whipp for s",000 damages In the covery. Courier Journal. returned to their homes after a visit to . Louisville court, it was tried last week J Miss Lena Huntley, one of Livingston's Kentucky State Medical Socie- and won by the defendant on perempgirls. Kentucky Colonel. pretty ty. The Kentucky State Medical So- tory instructions. Missus Anni: and Fannmk Shanks ciety in Its I2d annual session will conhave returned from New Oi leans where vene in tho city of Owensboro on May The Richmond Register claims to they made a delightful visit to Mrs. T, 5, (1 and 7th, beginning on Wednesday, havo more than 100 subscribers, who A. Rice. They say the weather was May fth, and continuing through havo been on Its lists for .'12 years and very warm there and winter clothes Thursday and Friday. Extensive prep- the Georgetown Times says it has 200 proved a weariness to the llcsh. Ln arations are being mudo for thu con- who havo paid up regularly for the 111 detour Miss Anno stopped at Lebanon vention. All are exjiected and it is years of Its existence. The INTEIIIOK 2Ti and other jiointsVith friends. last hoed that every member will bo pres- JOUIINAL 22was whichIts has birthday of March 1, It been under ent and fetch with him another who HOME NEWS, of this ancient and the present management, and It can will join tho ranks QUICK CHANGE CASH DKAWEK. honorable society. Steele Halloy, sec- count over COO subscribers who huvc LKT Danks repair your watch. This is a picture of tho invention of been on tho list as long as we have reretary. Mr. A. C. Sine that is destined to make cord of It. Thoy are tho best people A NKW Disc, Corn Drill at Hlgglns fc HiO SALE. William Fields, who re- of tho county, "tho llowcr of tho him a millionaire. McKlnney's. cently moved to this county from Liv- yearth" as old Billy Latin used to say, CoMi'LKTi: lino of ilshlng tacklo at ingston, mudo a big lumber sale a fow and may they live forover and never, M7SNT6D. Craig it Rocker's. days ago. Ho dlsjiosod of about 800,- - never die. 000 feet of oak, oplar nndchesnut lum SKKD Potatoes and Garden Seeds of The commencement exercises of the In every county In Kentucky for tho ber at H to He. M. U. Farrln & Co., & Shanks. Horo Collar Protector tlio greatest nil kinds nt Warren Stanford Colored Public School Friday of Cincinnati, were the purchasers and to Invention that ever night was well attended, tho audience go on hore, collars. Ims been Invented, $3 Lively agents make k Cincinnati En- thoy will begin moving it from LivingThe including many whito peoplo who en- and $4 liordiiy. I'or further particulars, quirer has raised Its price to 7f cents. ston in a few days. It will take about joyed tho well rendered program. The VV.T. ItlCHAltlteON. General Agent, Junction City, Ky. 75 cars to haul it. Mr. Fields, who Is white fascinators In closing up his business in Rockcastle, music was splendid and was conductLOST. Three Christlun church yard. Leave at this has about as much more lumber on ed by Miss M. J. Miller, of Richhoc:. mond. Dr. W. D. Tardlf's address of otllce.2 hand which he would like to sell. 'welcome was well worded und well deHiO lot of Russell county Brazilian Women Fiquteiis. "Will Lovelace's livered and tho duets sung by himself Seed Sweet Potatoes and other seeds wife and Hannah Alcorn, also colored, and wife were liberally applauded. at W. II. Hrady's. who had a hair pulling on tho street There was only ono graduate, Miss Sal-ll- o ' C. Peyton, who delivered her excelquality steel some months ago, met on Main street I will sell you best as cheap aa you can buy Thursday night and renewed hostili- lent essay very creditably without manroollng nearly ties. Tho former used u knlfo and cut uscript or notes. Col. T. P. Hill made shingles. A. C. Sine. Hannah's hands considerably. During tho presentation speech in his usually Ukatkk. Marshal Nowland tho light rocks were used and ono struck eloquent way. The rest of the program Wife grow larger. There aru none arrested and lodged in jail John Smith Mr. A. J. Rice, who had come Into Included songs, inarches and drills Mature quickly. letter. Thoy at imy uge. Fatten well from Garrard charging town to tako the third rank in the which were admirably executed. There Gilts and Young Hoars Heady for sWvIco on u warrant for sale. Harred Plymouth ltock Eggs packhim with cruelly beating his wife. Knights of Pythias. Ho thought. It a was excellent order and every thing ed for shipping $1; delivered at home passed on in tho most pleasant man- ive Cents tier Setting of Fifteen. All of tho initiatory services, howov- A dog which had every appearance part Inquiries cheerfullv answered. our business mana- er, and paid little attention to it. The ner. J. II. & H. J. HcBOBEBTS, Stanford. of being mad bit at ger when ho went to his barn Friday trouble between tho women is said to John Churchill died at his residence P A R M For pn,u or Improved. Dwel-in- g morning. Fortunately for him the havo been caused by intimacy between in Louisville. Ho was for many years rAAlU 70 AcreH, well Kent My Farm of Alcorn woman and tho other's hus- a regular visitor to Crab Orchard bruto'a teoth only caught in hia panta- tho In limits of town of Stanford. Water I n band. Springs and was hero. and lights free. J. 8. Hundley, Stanford. loons and the flesh was not touched. Julius Jeswino, 2.'I, obtained liccntc Foil Sale. One lady's wheel yesterday to marry Miss Minnie Spltz-eSteam's latest. Used one season only. 20, at Ottenheim on tho 2."th. Apply at this olllee. , At Winston, N. C, Frank Willis.just A1MUL2. The Ilustonvllle Minstrel 21, was married to Mrs. Fannie Adams, Co. will hold tho boards at Walton's a widow of .!. She has six sons older Opera House on Friday evening, April than her husband. Win. II. Smlther and wife, Druslllla. 2. A good crowd should greet the young men who give a clean, good each nbout 88 years of age, celebrated show from beginning to end. General their Md marriage anniversary In Versailles last week. admission 2.o; reserved seats Itfc. Frank Smith, of Logunsport, Ind., Is Heavy. J. V. Perrin, the sewing wanted for shooting his daughter when machine man, tells us that he and two she told him she was going to marry a drummers weighed at Danville Friday youth whom he did not like. and that their combined weights were ..I One weighed U2, tho other ItfO RELIGIOUS. and Mr. Perrin, who is a riirht smart Dr. Cody, of Georgetown, had 2."i adchunk of a man himself, 207 pounds. ditions at the Williamsburg meeting Lv Jail. A Louisville paper says C. Rev. W. O. Milllken, of the Somcr A. PhipjH, an itinerant musician, is in sot Baptist church, has accepted the jail there for stealing a watch from call to El Paso, Texas. Miss Allaln. It will bo remembered Rev. II. C. Morrison Is holding a thut Plilpps was here with the Man- meeting at the Northern Methodist hattan Quartette recently and played church in Bowling Green and creating on all sorts of things, besides doing u quite a furor. tune on the piano with his nose. E. T. Lewis, claiming to bo a Methodist preacher, of Munfordvillc, was James Helden, who keeps the gate on tho Lancaster pike near Stanford, held over at Bowling Green on the has received a warning not to collect charge of attempting to pass forged more toll. The letter, which is signed cheeks. The Presbyterians own more church "A Good Friend," says he may live in property In New York City than the the but If he demands any toll he may take what follows. None Roman Catholics. The former own but arrant cowards would write anony- $1),:W,000 worth, while the latter $8,- mous letters. During the past year the American THE "Economical Club" is a mlsno Sunday school Union organized 2,222 mer. Instead of keeping the cost un- S inday schools at neglected places and der H, as was originally agreed, gathered In more than 72,000 neglected each entertainer seems to want to children. The members of the Versailles Bapexcel the other and each entertainment seems to be the best. That of tist church, at a meeting last week, exMrs. J. S. Ovsley, Jr., and Mrs. J. S. tended a call to Rev. Robert Lee BowWells was pronounced superb In all Its man, of Danville, to become pastor of apiKiIntments, the lunch being a com- the church. He has accepted. Sun. Beginning January 1 and ending plete triumph of tho culinary art. March 7, reading 27 chapters daily, Mr. The Rockcastle primary Saturday T. C. Davis, of Waco, read the Holy was a very disgusting atlalr and even Bible through. He reads the book the republicans are ashamed of their through three times each year, does liberal use of whisky. Tho following this Lincoln county product. Is the ticket nominated: CountyJudge, Raw George II. Turner preached live D. P. Hethurum; County Attorney, excellent sermons for the Walnut Flat Pleas Colyer; SherlH, Henry Catron; congregation, which extended him a Circuit Clerk, James Gritliu; County unanimous call. Caldwell church in Clerk, Richard Miller; Assessor, Tom Boyle has also called him but he got a French; Jailer, Gcorjje Grillin and letter while here asking him to defer School Suderintendent, W. A. H. Da- - his acceptance till his return homo and vIri' his decision may not be known for a SiNcJULAit. While Mr. and Mrs. T. week or two. Rev. C. E. Nash says in his Baptist A. Coulter were attending services at Methodist church Sunday night their Inquirer: While in Stanford we were carriage caught lire and bofore it could delightfully entertained at tho home bo extinguished all tho top and most of of Mrs. Penny, but greatly missed the tho body was consumed. The origin of smiling face of Dr. Penny, who was althe ro Is a mystery, but It is supjiosed ways the leader among our forces In it caught from a cigarette carelessly this place and county. Ills death was thrown In It by a smoker or from Mr. a sad blow to our atTatrs. We are unCoulter's pije which he muy have left der many obligations to Bro. A.J. Earp for kindness shown in getting subscriblighted in the vehicle. m 1,0-VJ- 3 mml.&mmM&Sfflwm m -: :- i fi71 uraraen oeea. ' Flower Seed, Fishing Tackle, Wall Paper, FOR SALE- OUT 4 ? : ;i m hr 'A' Get tad home Prices befort! S011lllni vnnr nnlori; ntro.rTi.ct no nl,m, nt & vz. !.-rr. Vt W. B. MoHOBEBTS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. . I m I MmWWW?MMMis "o man is well dressed without u nice Hat. quarters for mens' wear, and have I am head- The Very Latest Styles In Stifls, Cubas, Pashas, and Alpines in Black, Brown and Pearl with the new flat brims-- J. B. Stetsons hats at $3.50. toll-hous- e, H. J. MeROBERTS. To open the windows -- don't go all over town looking for a good Drug Store, when you've got track of one, right under your nose. This must be a good Drug Store not because we gay so, but because doctors and careful people say so. They are not hired to praise it cither. Drugs cost them regular price, even if they lay their praises on with a trowel. When you get in tho way of trading here you will understand why our patrons DON'T JUMP OVER THE HOUSE ' ; PRAISE US. in PSNNY'S DRUG STORE. -- WE HANDLE - 11 Star Wind Mills, Geneva Feed Cutters, -- AXD- L The Taylor Hose Powers. CSfSpecifications and Prices with Guaranteo Furnished on Applicition."t3S( g B. K. WE A REN & SON. -- IT MEAXS- - - n, MONEY IN YOUR POCKET, To buy your new Spring Suit of us. Our line embraces all grades, from tlio medium well made to tho best high class tailor-iuadAll sizes from llireo years to 70; also extra sizes, We can surely please you. o k ; m ? rL GIVE US A CHANCE. o We are showing a beautiful line of Children'a Suits, braid and bulton-trimmeage 3 to 7, at oOc to So. We call especial attention to 'our Hoys' Suits with coat, two pair pants and cap for 3 50 to JO. Our Men's two-piecd, Js made by first-clas- s workmen and the tning Ut and quality is 0. K Come let uh show jou. in SEVERANCE & SON. BSfDon't pay a fancy prico before you see our goods. KGENTS STANFORD FEMKLE COLLEG6. WILLIAM SHELTON. Tho Second Session of Lo-m- w President. 1890-97 Twice-a-Wce- aj-pl- T OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH, 1897. For full iniormation about Courses of Sludy, Terms, &c send for our New Catalogue Addres9, MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEYJ Lady I'kincipal, Stanford, Ky. nostra bm mr T LmWle Wo havo added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well solected Merchandise and are now prepared to stock of (jcncral t 'i u Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an overy-day, suit to Our btock of n wedding 1 Seventy-F- outfit. ... Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Ohinawaro, Glassware, Quceuswaro, &c was never more complete. well-know- HARRIS a HARDIN, ifl'ifttei fcVaii4.M' flfafevWfaftmf .&. i ijf- - ft- - z.t.t.s. .., ... . .1 ni'.-an- i ir ,'rnl t iii mi iii gVVISsWl IliiWlHWIWH ijrjrauatixvud! THETNTERIOR JOURNAL i;lls3a.oa.,r3.o35.c.3ra'at.a.rrlia.5'o ?2 KIDD'S STORC. Sam McKinney bought for $100 of .ilm ttVWMit n. horsu mule, which is represented the finest one in Casey county. Ed Powell, a prominent champion of the white metal, returned recently from Louisville with a full front set of gold tipped teeth. A modest and attractive young lady of this vicinity is reported to be very quietly completing an elaborate trousseau, and the curious can promise themselves an early surprise. Our prophets already foresee, a shortage of rainfall at the mostcritical juncture of crop development, and predict Kingsville. Wm. Hunt, of Crab Orchard, is spending a few days with E. W. FIRE INSURANCE Caledonian Co., : Insurance A Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. for thu Rich. Results AsMircil. No GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candldile for Snpsrintetidrtul of Public Schools of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Dohi-inrail- c pjcrfVJCA.ii S3- - When not no paid ir ajd v-vtcj- 2 CCSO will be charged. liTV tlTOf OTWll - lift TIME CUD. DIVISION. KENTUCKY CENTRAL Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. in. nndjreturns at at l:30p. in. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. I I a certain drouth. The precipitations ,.12 37 p in .. No. 21 Train going North .. 3 IS a in of past month often suggested Noachian " " No.2S " ,.12 04 piu .. ' South No. 25 " . 103piU tribulations. " " No. 23 " Our neighbor boy, Owen S. Williams, For all Points. D. D., has evinced superior mechanical TUnO'IOU TICKLTS SOLD. skill in his chosen profession of dentHAOUAOF. CHECKED T11KOUGH. istry, and in his Freshman year won Tor any Information enquire of highest prize, a gold medal and free JOE S. BICE, Agent, ensuing course, for a rubber-on-gol- d Stanford, Ky. tuition for set of teeth. Contestants chose QUEEN & CRESCENT. from an assorted list of works, and Ow en was one of few to select the most Trains pan .Iiiuction City as follows: 3 3S p m 12 02lp m No. 2 North No. l:South variety. 3 15 a m complicated laoujam " No. 3 i" 49 p in " 11 3tam " The merchant mills of this city were No. 5 6 Warn HUlnm "10 No.!)" successfully raided at noon during the 0 and 10 run no further than June o. short susiwnslon for dinner, and a thief Hon City. All tr litis stop there. abstracted the plumpest bag of meal FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. which awaited demand of owner. The VIA tit.Ultvtl.lOWN. throngs that he unavoidably encounterM t. M. A. M. Lve. Som'erset, Arl-'-p. ' ed on every avenue of escape were suc2,00 U35 20 " 31 ' .... 4315 Arr Jet. City. Lv 119 S3 a suspicion 6 30 cessfully passed and never i.eurgetown, 60 05 5 3 00 that he was not the proper custodian. C 30 " Franktort, 1153 7 20 o o JO 8 40 Arr Paris We have it from professed eye wit5 10 Daily execpt&unday nesses that two families have passed I). HF.KCAW, O. T. A. iC, the winter in cabins, which many farmers would have deemed Insufllcient protection to their corn. Temporary make-shiftwithout a trace of even chinking, and a bedding of grass supfROYALMKajl plemented with meager coverings. However, the heads of the families are enthusiastic champions of "sound money,' and exultant with assurance of restored confidence and hope of rushing prosperity. John B. RitTe and family, who till lately occupied rooms at Mr. and Mrs. Frank North's, have removed to Mrs. Margaret Dunn's near Mt. Salem. Fred Vulcan, Goode, our accommodating rarely lets a good thing pass untested or unapproved, and has just emerged, safe, from a tussle with measles. C. T. Absolutely Pure. Bohon, of our Stringtown suburb, fed Cclebrateil for its great leavening strength and two car loads of fancy mules last year healthfulness. Assures llie fond against alum and at such expense of solicFtudc as well as all fornu.of adulteration no eotumou In the cheap brands. time and provender that he execrated Hoval IUki.vo Powder Co., New York. the tribe and kindred from Balaam's that he cashed a check for tour mule. Avowing then that he his last "had enough" mule feeding for the ree and I have opened up a Candy Manufacto- mainder of a hope for ry onLancaster Street and cau supply ten he now finds it incumbent to borrow or build additional shelter for the FRESH CANDY Of Many Varieties and Superior Excel scores of hybrids which he has already icncy every day Mr V (Vurtis Egbert, ' accumulated. an experienced maker, is in charge and Capt. JohnBlaln's few surviving con guarantees satisfaction. Give us a call, temporaries and hundreds of admirers 91-J. A STEPHENSON. and friends of his native West End were prepared for his death. An Invalid for nearly an average life time, he survived a vast majority of robust boyhood associates. Few of his generU'.OUTE. ation were more widely known and uniThe Best Line toand From versally admired. Partisan discords TOLEDO AND DETROIT were never a menace to his election so All Points In Michigan. long as he could be persuaded to sub' mit his claims for endorsement as a CHICAGO. popular county ofllcial, and no enthusi"White City Siclal." ast was found whose temerity could be Best Terminal Station. ilattered Into antagonism of a favorite ST. LOUIS. whose record was ever, '"Well done Avoiding the Tuncel thou good and faithful servant." Capt. Blaln was of that rare type, of modern BOSTON. Wajner Sleeping Cars. men, who ever "had the courage of his convictions." A profound reasoner, of NEW YORK. quick, keen penetration, he readily UuOet Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeplng Cars. Prlvat Compartment Cars, Llegaiil Coach es and Din- - grasped the merits of a proposition ing cars. which engaged his attention, and inHe sure your tickets read via "UK! FOUIt " flexibly adhered to his convictions. D. II. 3IABTIN, E. O. McCOUMICK, Strong and loyal in his attachments, he (Ten. Pass. A Tkf. Agt. PassengertTrallic Mar., was erjally frank and courageous In his CINCINNATI, OHIO. antagonisms. Of a reserved tempera"O ment he hud few intimates, and was so 5 nearly the only survivor of a class of mA o old time gentlemen conspicuous half century ago, that few of his survivors distinctly remember thu standard by which to estimate his excellencies. 1 . 1 Note-NM Born, to the wife of Mr. J. A. KOUNDI2D IWOo. a boy, whom his grandfather styles, a "Peach.'" hTANPOBD, KV. Some of the old land marks of our 6 rapidly disappearing before town are the steady march of improvement. NATIONAL BANK Mr. C. L. Hensley is to be ordained OF STANPOItD, KV, us a minister of the gospel at the ChrisAllen, of Dantian In this place by Dr. Surplus $15,750. Capital Stock $100,000. ville. Attention of the public Is railed to the fact that Miss Amanda Bishop, of Hustonville, only Nutloiial Uauk in Stanford. Unthis to visit Mrs. W. L. der is tlieprotlioti ot the National Hank Act is expected the are secured not only by the capital stock, Pearls. Mrs. Delia Maher returned to deoitors stockholders' liability lor all nine, tint but by the eijual in the stink, so that dciolior of tilts Instituher home in Cincinnati Saturday. a fund orsAO.OWI. Kite sworn tion are scoured Club hold their statements of thebycondition o the ltalik are made d The to tlio I' States tiotcrumcnt and Its last regular meeting Thursday after- each year exuiulticdliltedstaled times by government assets are at noon at the home of the Misses Penny-backe- agents, thus securing additional and vrfect salely the program was excellent and to deiltor. originally established as the Mc-Kee, Creighton. of Scotland. A Safoguiud patlj. Risk Is 11 J. F. KiOLIDAiH R. B. MAHONY, Agt., FIRST ThoNow England Mutual Life Insurance Co., candidate Tor Awssor of Lincoln ismnty, sub' Ject to the action ul tile democratic utty. SAHUEL M. OWENS Issues all Forms of Life, Endowment and Is a candidate for sherltl of Lincoln ivuniy, sub.'ect to theaitioti of tliedriiiocratlc parly. Term Policies to-da- y All roliclerf liMticti participate in tiie .to- - Is a candidate for Aseir of Lincoln county, subHie dsiuocrallc party. Your nual Distribution of .Surplus. Cash Sur- ject totheailloii of sollcitisl. up Insur- support iscutiiesll) render and Participating Paid BEAK THIS IN MIND. EMMETT McCOKUACK 91. Is a raiiilldate for ance. Merry-Go-Houn- Values Endorsod on Evory Policy. No catch clauses; No fine print. Corres- P. LLKIN sub- Aswsir of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the democratic patlv, r: pondence Solicited. Miss Belle Fonda, who has made her home In Klngsvllle for the past three years, left Wednesday for Cincinnati, her former home. She left behind her a host of warm friends and will be sad-l- v missed in our social circle. Samuel Ilmnm was tried and fined at this place Thursday for Illegally selling wine, popularly known as "Two-StepHe was defended by Hon. Harvey Helm and prosecuted by W. A. Trlbble. It was suggested by one, not on the jury, that the defendant should be hung, but as. It was Mipiwsed by some to be a speculating scheme to draw a crowd to our village, and on the serious objection of the defendant, the plan was abandoned and a new trial will bo given Mr. Hiimiu on Saturduy, 27th. ." elegantly rendered. Riuk of Stanford In 1S.V. then renrgaiiltcd as the National Hank ofStantord In 1'J audagalii reorganized ns the Firt National Hank of Stanford In Is;, has bad practically an uninterrupted exist-en- for 3.1 yean. It Is better supplied now with Ucllities for traiisKtlng buslnevs promptly and lib. erally than vcr before, in Its long and honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, linns and Individuals solicited. DIRECTORS. JOE T. E3IBRV .Uvsvir of Uticoln cnunty, suh-Jto the action of the democratic party aud earnestly asks your support. Is a candidate for -t JESSE D. WEAKEN, Agent, Stanford, Ky. F.'Ucld, Llucoln Co.; J. W. lUyden, Stanford " is. 11. Itaughman, S. T. Harris, " " T I; Hill, J.S. Hooker, " K. U Tanner. McKluner. W. A. Trlbble. J. II. Collier.Crab Orcli'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M. 1. Elmore, Mauford. I. S. IlocVcr, A A. Prt-dde- Blue - Grass Nurseries. SPRING, 1897. Orvhnnl, Lawn and GarPull tlvck of Ornamental and Fruit Tree, Ghok" IW, Anaraijii and Small Fruits. IIV employ no uncut but tell atltr-iw- j price direct to the planter. Telephone Strawberry and general Xumru inojffice. Catatonia onappUcation to den. C. G. Is a candidate fur BAKER Eitni thmjfor Ascs.or of Lincoln countr, subtest to the action of tbedrmin'ratlc party 1 Linking the southern end of the county H rntltlisl toa slice of the pie, he asks )uur uprt. WILLIAM! ilIOHELANO Is a candidate for Asesoriif IJnodti, suhjest to the action of the democratic patty He kindly asks your J J. Mcltoberts, Cashier; JliKInney, Assistant Older. ornctss. Farmers Bank&Trnst Go. OF ST.yNFOIlH, KV. 11. 03 F. UlLLi:SMYJU f.ri'n;fiii, Ay ii'.il. SAM W. MKNEFEE sub-- J Is a candidate FOR SALE BY $200,000.00 17,603 SO forMurltl of I.lntsdn county, (st to the action of thdeittralk party. Pali up Capital, Surplu:, - F. REID, STANFORD, KY. llorvs for Roth Saddle DINK 1AHMER N 11 fiOYAl VICINITY NEWS. Miss Frances Clements died noar Liberty of measles. sturgeon was caught at A Ford by being hemmed In among some saw logs. Mrs. Patsy Clay, mother of Mrs. W. E. Colcord, of Danville, died in Bourbon, aged SO. s, lis shareholder Iwing held Individually liable to theexteiit of the amount of their stock therein at the par value Ihertvf, in udditluii to the amount In such shares. It may act as exrrnlor, trustee, Ac , m fully as an Individual. Tendering our thanks to thore who hateeiilrutt ed their to us, we trii.-- l they will continue to do so, and we oiler as a guarantee for prompt atour 20 years' experiHH-- In hank tention to aiue In; slid as liberal sctsmituodations as are consistent with round banking is lly provisions of Us charter, deltors are a Golddutl fully protiitnl m ari'deuitors fn allonal Ilatik, and liar-net- s cntulldat for Jailer, subjts-- t to tln of the democnitlc party. 11c-tl- on 1'urpoH. Short-Hor- n Jersey Aud Cattle, and South hum Sheep. I'olaud China Choice IndmduoU of bet strain. Call or Write Your Want. Mason Hotel r. MILS I) SI.MRSON, l'ror : . LaucaHtcr, Xcwly Kentucky. betln; s "J UAH, BONDS DIKKITOKS. Ml li, AIi I (tiriilietl. eleitn Kveiytliing trains tit-cliis- iU'ihIIi1 akP POWDER to-da- y CANDY KITCHEN! four-scor- Mclalsi furnish Iwnds for public or corrtIH The Shakers at Pleasant Hill, MerlUtviitcirs, Administrators or liuardtaiis at I'lre Am agent for fuiir of the cer county, want to sell their proiwrty omcixs. Comwnle doing butlitrs In KnitMtky and S. H Shanks. to the State for a reform school. wllclt patftiiMgiifpnittv Indders III Maumrd. am Hill Afent for Palls Hranch Coal aud wilt J. 11. Ow.lej. Cashier, lUt,- same at other chimikiiiIps d.ng tJlness heie. have been destroyed Eight (.fONil, -- t W. M. II light, Teller t( f an kniii supplywant U klBils lowest iwsiUy prlssi get WAI.1.AIL I.. VAltNON. Agt. for at th shcii as sou In Fleming county In two nights. One fash. Oltle next dixr W. W. Withe.' FTiiltur More. gate was destroyed In Garrard county J. II. HKitilNS. Proprietor, SHELBY & SHELBY, Friday night. REAL ESTATE W T sACNDr.lLS, Manager, ....Proprietor The Southern Hallway Company has llowlau 1, Ky made a proposition to buy the Hieh- STABLE EXCHANGE. LIVERY,FEED& SALE monI, Nicholasvllle. Irvine and A. S. PR I CI.. City, Ky. railroad for '20 per cent, of the Junction Burgeon J. H. SOWDER, MANAGER. upset price and the payment of the reTuriitmU, prompt altcntlon, very First Dentist, ttlou of your pilniiiage, I reasonable raten A expenses. ceiver's claims and court HSBlT IS recrliully sollcll,'l. of a report made by INTERIOR - JOURNAL On the strength Stnnfor!, Ky. the master in Chancery in Knoxville 13UILDING: all ellort to resist a permanent receivOlOceover Slcltotrts Drug Store In thrftOw.Iey Huilillug, ership for the Southern Building and PARTIAL LIST FARJIS FOR SALE Loan Association will be abandoned. Situated In Lincoln comity, Ky., Til AND SHEET IROS Farm No. 210 acres, with a Hue, Many of the loans are said to be usu- near llx Ittves containinggoud barns, all ncsary largo brick dwelling, two Pn-lde- nt; J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cummin, Prcaehwsvllle; J. S Owley,Sr., J.H.Owsley, S. 11. Shanks, William Uooch, .V J. Kmbry, J. P. Cash, A. W. Carnterj J. E. Lynu, J. N. Jlenefee. table. e, l'ortem Si) Money to loan on Improved city property or farms In suiirortl and Lincoln r.MJiily meet al wll a1! iercsmt . piyaldc y lt rwwn-abloiatr- COAL i m toll-gat- es - 1 al-fi- Beat-tyvll- le Cla-M J.X.Jones, STANFORD, KY., 1 IKS, wo-"J- rious. HAMMACK. (To the Editor KY, ADDRESS. fi IS THE COFFEE HAISEIt'S BIG 4: Ixtkhior Jocb.vau, Deak Silt. In the St. Louis Post Dispatch of recent date I read an item taken from your paper in regard to the cultivation of cotlee in Garrard county, Ky., by Elder Jacob Newland. Will you greatly oblige mo by giving mo his address. MHS. M. A. Ketcham, No 315, North 18th St., tf The Fort Smith, Ark. Uucklin's ArnioalSahe. The oett silv In the world for cut., hrule sores, ulrers.Mlt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap, pul hands, chilblains corns and all skin eruptlous. It lHwitively cures piles or no pay required. It I Ctianutevd to give jwrfect satisfaction or money refunded. lVlce 25 cents ier box. For sate by . II. Mcltoberts, Dmtsglst. Standi ot the Head. J. HokcI, the leading drugulst of Shreve. La., says: "lr. King's Now OUcorery Is the only thing that cures my couli mid It Is the eeller Ihae." J. F. Campbell, merchant ot Is Arix . write: "Dr. King's New all that Is claimed for It; It never falls and I Is a sure can not coughs and cId. cure fur . ay enough for Its merits " Dr Klug' cot try for Consumption, Coughs and Colds Is not an experiment It has lxwn tried for a miarter of a stands at the bead. It never century and at W. U. Mcltoberts disappoints. Pree trial Drug Store. irt Alia. Saf-for- let Dlm-over- New-Dl- y I Ekctric JJitkrt. Electric Hitters Is a medicine s'lltcd fur any sea. son. tiit erlups more generally needed when the hen the liter languid, exhausted feeling prevails Is torpid and sluggish ami the need of a tonic and is felt A prompt uso of this medicine of alterative fatal bilious fctert. teu averts long and pern No medicine will act more surely In counteracting )Um. the system from the malarial and freeing PUzlnev, Headache Indigestion, Constipation. liottle yield to Electric Hitter. flOc and sl.00 at W. 11. Mcliolierts Drugstore. n si pn-H-- outbuildings, all under good fence; tine orchard of aloul 3.V) tree made) from a careful and prudent selection of acclimated varieties. This farm is In a high state of cultivation and will produce In iul. ty and quantity that of any farm In Uiicolu county. Price HO er acre; terms easy. No. 2, JMtuated In Uticoln county, Ky., containing .V acres well Improve.!, all under fence, well watered, line body ol timber, 7S acres of river Uittoui, In fine condition foranyklnd of farming cash In products Price KM twr acre, hand, lalauce in 1 ami 2 years. Improvcme tits No. 3. Contains I.VJ acres, l excellent water, tins apple orchard, ulco location very prxluctlrv, about 5 miles from Stanford. Price J:t OOX No. 4. Situated In Lincoln county and contains M acres, all of which Is fine, productive, river bottom, with splendid Improvements, all under good fence plenty of net er failinc water and will fine hemp, tobaccu and corn. Pricu terms uasy. No. .V ltuateI Jixt outsMocif city limits on a splendid turnpike ami betwet'ii town ami spltndid dwelling barn all all necessary outbuildings, ample water for Imth domestic and stock pur-ieThis farm is all under good feuruand In a hieh Main ofcultlvutlon. In fact Its producing final ities are first elm and setsind to none In the county; In addition to this it is contiguous to the city, which Is a blessing In the way of Mug clov; to the line educational and religious facilities. Price half cash, balance In and 2 ycarr. containing 111 acres, No. 7. NearCrabOrehard well Improved In every particular and iiitely loca-teiPrice Sl't ,er acre; terms 11Ut.i1. brick No. 2S. Contains 1U0 seres, tine dwelling llh li riNms, splendlil barn and all outtilling water together buildings, volumes of iieter with a Mdl that will glte satisfaction In the yielding of any kind of farm product, bltuitcd on gixxl pike, close to school and church, i'rlio iii cr acre; easy terms. 31. Morclmusf two stories high, now stock of which will lutolce ?J Wn; general mercliiiinlis.) thre! dwellings with rikhI stable, ware ami buggv houv) and all necessary outbuildings with splendid wells and cisterns to each dwelling; the total which the buildings stand Is amountof land two acres. Cost of building the storti liouvjii" d The thrctidwelltrgs wasJ.WOO am! the land price for all the aU ve pro tty ' 8 WW. one-thir- d g-pro-dutoll-gat1 s. $10,-(S1 l. two-stor- y Sole proprietor of ;i)ean's Hlack Diamond Itnof . painting I'alnu lltmales jurnlshcl for gusraiitee.! All metal and Iron roof. Satisfaction roofs painted with Dean's lllatk IHauioiid Paint Ct.tern Pumiia Dmler In .,,.! fnr aiidOalvanlxetl Iron Filters, t,a!vanlied and Hlack .. j Kinds, rou luiotltigor all TORE ROM E.EIiT'I?. .. ,n lt "" On Mkin Street, Stanford, 3STOTICB ! FOB IV. John 11 All roiii delrlng lxust Posts for jdank fence, i w ii.i.t ami railing or wire icnco want at my store near Olar Creek, on the1 pike ! leading from Crab Orchard to hUnlortl keep uu hand a supply of plank for felielnc.l kliiilsoflumlier for bnlblliu puriiO; als.) Hiards of and shingles. AU ersin. desiring any rtlcle ar neor this kind can call 011 1110 al m v .tore (11.1 l.,1 .TON Ci W. M.N 32 Crwk. Apply lo P. WALTON. Casili:u. A 0 La HAW. D. S. CARPENTER, INSURANCE COMPANY rOYAL Hustonville, - Will carry a larger st.nk of Furnlturii of all kinds ... ult li.MilM.r I It II tills year man eter i...r.........l ulllChllle.1, V. "lean. The (Ulter PlowsanylKxly Sliver Steel and Cliattaumnta and IJJlmj, "' " .Malta kinds. Cultivators and Double. shovels, all III ami In tbo world. Farmers, call male, the get any thlpg you want from a buggy down. 1. S.lAHI'I.STUt. llcsp,l fully, ..... ihiic" ""r!.. 11 OF LIVERPOOL. BHRDEE & MSTLBUffl. MANUiLHS, NOEL Order Ollkt) nml Fitsl Coal Yard, & SON, Oommorcc TXT. Building, Louisville. DEKLERS IN COHL, Corn antl Uniing, Ageuts Throiiihout the South. IIi Lxchane, near the Itallroad IH.'H A. TBIBBLiT, Ia al Agent, iin t,i. - Stanford; Miwl, latelyKentucky. Stanfoku J. H. Jllgglns'. Mill Satisfaction guaraiitetsl. aiiwii Kentucky. 37lf tj 1 PI II an srif 5S UJ 5 2SJ -- s - 03 wjJflaS. H S3 5 q i OL w i J W C. CO The turnpike raid in this county last Sunday night was a revolting exhibition of cruelty, cqwardice and lawlessness. This midnight expedition of showed a more developed stage of anarchy than any that have preceded it hero or elsewhere. It was the legitimate fruit of a failure to punish similar Infractions of law, the public preaching of revolutionary doctrines, and-thmoral support of a large numof well meaning, but misguided ber expeople, who are ready to half-wa- y cuse violent attack upon any established condition which they wish to see removed. The unlawful opposition to In th's county commenced law-breake- rs lr Land Excursions conducted, Factories Located, Loans Negotiate I, Abstracts Furnished, Rents Collected. Write to J. H. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. yOMOIMl!0MOMEv11 ' ,.. (D IN THE MONEY . TO .. LOAN 1,- POPULAR ON IMPItOVP.D FAIIMS MOM FROM Cia'lTLEOHEEK Truo.Tho' RepaPtaBBBBBBBr After the big lire in Cripple Creek, 1 took a wry neveru cold and tried many remedies without help, the cold only he coming more settled. After using three liauiberlain's Cough (.mail bottles of Heuietly, both tie cold and cough left me, and in this high 'atitudeit takes a meritorious cough remedy to do uny good. G. 11. Henderson, editor Daily Advertiser For sale by i raig te Hooker, Druggists. a - m., :- ,iil. annual In Lincoln conniy, chargis .Addre Interest; no W DAVY. ItKim 17, Keliyou building, la lilsvllle, Kv. For blank applications and lurther Infori.ia. Saunders, Attorney, Stan-furtlmi.lmiulroofJ. Ky. d, H resenting DR. 'W. B . dlf-three f puf xsrr. e re n kinds of BBbW. t MOMIMOMOuMl AJM IMOIMSIMl MAX MfrillMlrnirVn -7nn o rt n U 5p53Htj""B DANGERS OF THE GRIP. The greatest danger from La Grippe is If reasonof its resultmg in pneumonia Willie Bobbltt and Charlie Winters, able cara is used, however, all danger each 10 years, played William Tell, will be avoided. Among the tens of useing a corn cob for a target. Wil- thousands who have used this remedy for Winger 'o CtflolWIND lie's head held the cob and now he is la grippe, we havi yet to learn of a single MILL case having resulted in pneumonia, which Mtehaolcally dead at Linton, Ind. shows conclusively that this remedy is a oonitrnctod nd certain preventive of that dread disease lmpl. Artrd4 World' Fair TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY. It will effect a permanent cure in less and Medal. Take Laxative Dronio Quinine Tablets. All time than any other treatment. The 25 OelranlMd 8tct money If It falls to Cure. For and 50 cent sizes for sale by Craig & HockTanks. Regulators andOrlnd. Irurlst refund the U. Mcltoberts, Crslg A en. m: m. winujcm. hale by W Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Hocker and O. er Druggists, L. Penny, wood Tfrraot, Colttgo. n RHEUMATISM QUIiJKLY CURE D. After having been confined to the house for eleven days and paying out 25. In doctor bills without benefit, Mr. Frank e Dolonof Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., was with the mere unhinging of Pnin poles: It has progressed to arson and cured by one bottle of Ouainberlain's since Balm costing 25 cents and has not possible murder. There is yet no tan- been troubled with thut complaint. For gible prospect of the punishment of the sale by Craig fc Hocker, Druggists. toll-gates toll-gat- E r perpetrators. What is the next step Harrodsburg Democrat. ? i i -- , And Vajwrlzers for head and face, there Is In k'iivln liomo 1 a Kreat outtin lay of tlmu nml iminoy, for Hot .Sprlnpn or JT. Health Haulturltims, slnco hy their uso thu same desired re-- , tilts in ellmliiiitliig ilUunscrt ensue mill iiililltloiuil adviiiituges, the nomthe uiiilouliteil Miiporlorlty of a Huatonville, inal eo-.- - Kentucky viijKir Lath over tliu custoinury out-- , nnd oarli mcnilxT of the family lndne; lieiiefltvd. Progressive liy,lclitiH fufly enilorxi them of West Lincoln services OfTert und their testimonials can '1k shown. Tlio mi niuiIdamiintiM. to the Full .tuek of Cothiisaud Lai Vuiorl7'r for face am! l can nlo bo eta always on haud. medicated llku the liutli, rendering ImmedD. . Carjienter. Manager. "' iate ro'lef In Hroiiclila! troubles, Caturrh. Astlima, Hay Fever, Ac. DeniiatoloUtri all use tills Vaporizer for lx'autlfvlii tlio complexion, eradicating all uuslgfitly hlemUlic". and objectionable wrinkles, Ac, Imparting unheard of bcuiity and cleanliness. Try convinced . On exhibition at 0110 mi! 1m HTANFOHD, KY. MUs Lizzie Ueazley'n mul Craig & Uuckei'fJ, Stanford . J. 5. HUGHES, All kinds of npslrlag dore at reasonsblo rate Upholstcriog a soclalty. tsatlsfaction guarautced. Southern Agent. 11 Cabinets Bath Dentist, t Stanford, : Ky OlJOlNllM (NOIM1IM1 ,nfJM IHrsasj rr k) o ikji IV Offlca on Ijncaster street at Ilesldcnce T. SUTTON, Undertaker, 0(NMO' IMMOIM t, vx-MOMMOM M0INI iMlO frrXfl v Ik- lu-ai- 0M OMMOiNoijvaoiMi) (NlOINOINMOlMOlN mm H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun and Look Smith. NO (MMONOMMOIMOM DM MOMOIMMOM0 FRANK J. ItKED. Chicago. G.I'. A., K. II. UACON, Ixtulavllle. D.l'.A., M0 Tr- - i.. JM "JKfe' !