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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897032601 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. py ! Tlffftim iTHirti . . ,,, -- if .;- - MBwKhUa i;iVwrrMra.". U SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 26. 1897. N0.8 Jim BriOgewatBL A Few of his Infamous Acts in This County. During? Hio Itoic;a of Torror COT HIS DESERTS flT LR ST. Tor various reasons, I lio subject of this sketch wiihoiiu of tho most notable characters that over claimed Stanford and Lincoln county as his home. Thu crimes that he. committed would fill volumes, todotalleach, hut a few mentioned IkIow will sulllco to demonstrato tho fact to the oiltiger mtlo of Lincoln county that "ho who sheddeth man's blood by man shall his blood Ih'kIiciI," and alo Imi us n matter of Inteii-s- t to many of them who nro In total Igiiormicu as to this bloodvchnrncter. f4fh to 11. J. I'. Chandler for the iihoto from which this pk'lurt Is mude l.d.) lndebti-- 1 (V an Jim llrldgowiiii-- r rnmu to this comity In l.sls with his brother Augdou. from Virginia, of at tho and elected fja store-bous- e whorti for ijulto anumlHtrof Halls earsthej jiro'n)d In tho gonenil merlie was then only nlxiut chandise bu4ii-.s- . (t. fit Miss Sule D.iwes and to thiun oneVhlld was Ixirn. who died, and the mother miiiio time afterwards lTjearsof age. lie .married died also. In lefil when the warls'gnn. "Jim ltrldge" enlisted In Cant. Harb King's I'omp.m... Itli Kentucky lufautr. Col. Ilramlette,s lltfgl-mi'i- it. at Onmp Ph'k HoIiIiimmi. and came buck to Waynooburg. this county, for recruits. While then) he was toldtn, oiio.Mar-.ha- ll Morgan that James Tucker, who was then In that town, Intended to kill him. Morgan had ulo told Tucker that Itrldgwa-te- r Intended to kill him. Tho two men had had a shooting wrapo on Sugar years Loaf Knob, In this county. (Setting u few of his men together, llrldgwater nxloilown In front of them to the liouo In Wnyncsburg where Tucker was, In tho porch of which ho watundlng. smoking a pipe, and calling Ids men to a halt, drew his pistol and shot Tucker through tho heart. This was Itrldg-wator- 's first murder InlMlSlio left tho army, camo piark to Stanford and got up what hejdoslgnated the "Homo tluardu," conned of such lojMra-diM-- s as Jemmo Kirk, Hill Kdwnrds, Jim HarHill Owens, Sam and Will I'ollock. Lalsi ris, I).iwes and many others of like jcharacter. Tho llrst killing by this gangjwas ttliat of Hurry Dmlslu Manfonl. who was standing neartho Mers lloiw. lie was shot through, thu fatal ball then strlklugJJudgo J. A. Ly-t- le on tho leg. from which I am told ho never fully lecovurod. Tho killing of Mr. Davis was witnessed by many whonruyot resident of Stanford. A little later they met an nrmj physician, Dr. Hell, mid a sick soldier near where Cyrus M. Jones now lives, and shot thejn all to pieces, simply to try tholr marksmanship, tho J laughingly stuted. TheyJ roblieil the dead IhmIIos of eerythlng i worth Staking, went on to a dancu that night and ono of tho (lends danced In tho ImmiU of the (lend to In u doctor, which tho weaier reforn-barbaric manner, and they told tho people present that there were twojmlghu dead men near there that needed burying. Dr. Hell belonged with Hragg's army. rinding a soldier ono day In the knolw Jim Hrldgewalur and his gang told lilm that they would place him on a log L'OOyiinls away, tiro ono shot at him, and If It mUsd, hu should govfns). Tho ball entered his hide and believing ho was fatally shot, bo gave thorn his wife's mid (.child's pictures and requested that they bo sent to tlium. Ho then laid down to (Ho and they left him, but afterwards turned back and shot him through tho head, to make a sure thing of their cowardly deed. The pictures wero then torn to ntoms. Seeing somosoldlers comlngovcrtlio knobs ono day with ono of them considerably In advance, thoy brained ililm with a largo Htlck, fearing to shoot, lest tho soldiers following should find out that tho bloody deed was being douo. They then hid In tho bushes till thu holdlers passed by. Finding John iColien, colored, who had Just boon paid o!T by William Evans, then a wealthy mulo buyer, of Danville, thoy mur-dorand robbed him near Hall Gup. Another man loft Stanford with 8700, and was murdered and robbed by this gang ...mr llll'hllllld. The station of Hrumflold.on tho L. & 2J was tho bceno of ono of tholr bloodiest deeds. Hearing that "Jim Bridge" and his mutt were In Unit vicinity, tho cltUons sought u hiding ptuco In n burn near ithero. Thoy woro found and 20 or 30 shot down as they were trying to escapo. Tho ground was covered with tho manglod and dying, but tho walls thoy sent up fouud no pitying ear. Oooch, Bridgwater told ono of lib mom-Heto go to each muu that was wounded and ho nald kill him. Turning to llrldgwater, ho would kill him before ho woull that ed knock tliu lining mini In thu hcuil llko Imgx. Two ftillotv.s ii:inu(l Olcnn ami ItniMii wro tlit'ii urtletid lotto tliunnfiif work and tlicy lit'gnn. Ono poor nulTorlng follow rnlsod liltiixolf ujioii IiIh oIImim- - and linked to Ihi shot first. Certainly. Seo If you can hear this." said (Ilenii. mid placing tho gun to his ear. pulled tho trigger and his head was torn to pieces, I'ach dying man was finished In this way, and thus ended u "Custer Mus-aeon a small scale, mi far as barbarism was concerned. These men hud wning-e- d nobody, but were killed to gratify the murdomus desire of tho notorious leader and his desperate followers. Thoo minders wero narrated years afterwards by the men connected with thum to men who communicated the facts tome. I'osslbly hundreds of others followed, but this Is siiuiclcut to convoy to the reader the ilepthsof depravltv to which a Lincoln county man and hi- - gang sunk. Tho robliorles whom no murders werecom-mltte- d were numerous. Mr. l.co llaydeii was visited and made to pnyjUOOj Mr. Solon Craig alsiut 8300 and many others like amounts. Mr. Trunk Owslev was asked In their usual winning manner to put tip and when he said ho didn't haelt, was given till next day to get It, or Ik hung. At the Mated time he still didn't auto up and was taken to an adjacent the hollow-Illmother followed, stating that she had tl'ft and would get the other bv next day. Hrldgwatur agn-eto this and thus tt death was not Mr. Owsley's Mrtlou. Samuel ('oweu, tho fathei-lu-laof John N. Meuefii. was visited and told to Kiiiy up a certain amount of money: When they went back next day after It Mr. Coweu had left the place and was In hiding. "Ilrlug lilm to us, or we will bum the house and contents!" thoy said to his family and Mr. had to put up the Mutt. One murder that llrldge ued to relate was that of a man In Nelson county. Ills men had gone to th house and the fellow runout the Kick door, llrldgwater saw him coming down a path and placing his gun through the crack of a fence, he waited till lie (nt within a few yards of him and then commanded him to halt. As ho did so he took adnata button on his coat, whVch he uiled ami tho bullet jKinet rated the heart. The dead man was then rolilieil. Alsiut the closing days of the war. llrldgwater got up a company ofllOOor too men, called them State (Guards and went through Hoyle, Mercer. Andcrou. Nelson and Washington counties on nibbing expeditions. Stime giMHl men wero with him then, who wen under the Impression that they wure doing duty as Mate Guards. Hrldgewatet woiihl make his men steal a good burse along their way. or rather take to It. The owner would follow and otTcr 8.70 to get It back and llrldgwater used to say that this protect a lucrative business. Ono uf his niblierles was that ofjjold man Chandler of 8700. near Crab Oichard. This led to his death flnully. as It Incurred the uvcrlasttng enmity of Walter Saunders, us will Ihi Miown by succeeding events. Another lmsirtaut character In connection with "Jim HrldgoV' caner In this county was a little woman yet remembered by many ctt lens here as "Hilly sHrldge," whoo real name was Lausln. He used to dross hur up In men's clothes, and astride a dashing steed, she accompanied him and his crowd on their missions of robliory, death and destruction. She (mil onco lieen a cultivated lady, from an adjoining county, but fell. When llrldgwater was In the ronlth of his fiendish glory he took several of his men with him to tho homo of Uncle Jimmy Crow, who thou lived on tho Hanging Pork in this county on the farm now owned by Dr. Clifton I'owler. He demanded money of "Uncle Jimmy," and It was not forthcoming siifllclontly rapid, when a nijie was pndue-eArrangements were then made for tho money and taking whatever else was available, llrldgwater left In quest of other victims. When ho went to Mr. John Haughman. Sr.'s, he was told that he would get no money. "I say. Isiys. wewlll light 'em. wo will." my Informant tells me Mr. Haughman said s, lleniy. Mini and John, Jr.. mid tii Hrlilgw titer concluded he had lietter seek more congenial tleld- -. A Stanford lady iicqualutco with the circumstances, saysthat thomean-e- st that "Jim Hrldgo" ever did was when bo Ixiy near town and demet a manded lib money. Tho Ixiy told him he had not a cent. "Then give me that rlngotryour linger!" wasonleted. Tho boy begun crying audtold Htldgwater that hlsdylug mother placed It thero us her last gift uud that It would break his heart to glvolt up, but his tearsweroof noavall ond his treasure waft tn-ous ure w ltT S-0 d, d. lits-nting r Duiiii, tliu tnlNgato on tlio Danville pitas On )i',il . ttinilers unil Ills men tm tod tliltli r to kill llrlilgivntur. who Intel gotten wIim of tliolr coming mid lie mill Ids men wore In nmliush nonr what Is now the rallro'lil Dinvllle street. As Saunders' crowd rode by, they wcio fired upon by Bridge's gang and Saunders was seriously shot In thu back, a horse or two wure killed mid that was the extent of the damage (lone. On Thursday, tho Mli day of July. 1HU7, nlioiit i! t'. M.. Jim Hrldegwater was seated In tho old Commercial Hotel otllco playing Checkers with pension agent by the name of Harnett, while a photographer, Ames, was looking ou. A spy, Tom Hays, had located him, and at an unexpected moment Walter Saunders. Jim Henry Tucker, Dan Collier, Mack Admits and Tom Hays rushed acro--s Main street from the Myers Ilou-- e stable, and the crack of u pistol, simultaneously followed by Is or 'JO others, was thu first signal the Stanford citizens had that a tragedy waslH-Inenacted. Saunders' first shot broke Hrldgewaters'neck.and first springing to his feet, ho fell senseless to tho floor, while his hand, as If by magic, went to the pistol at his side, which he had used so many times with such deadly effect. By the time ho touched the floor the other five men Couiiosliig Saunders' party had each sent bullets tlnough his head mid Itody, nud presumably llrldgwater notor knew what hurt him. Mich excitement had never then, hasn't since, nor ever will prevail In Stanford again as attended this killing. It was excitement Intensified by hilarious merriment. Our older citizens kiv that Saunders was pnil-e- d ou every hand, his sultordlnutos sharing In the euloglums. It Is said that this daring exploit elected Walter Miundors sheriff. Had Hrldegwater ever looked up from the game of checkers, Saundurs or some of his men would have bit the dust. Jim Hrldgcwutor was burled In a graveyard near Iogaus Creek church, In the vicinity of Halls liap. Thus ended the can-e- of one of the most desperate characters that ever trod Kentucky Mill. These lines are Intended to give n piece of Lincoln's hItory hitherto unwritten, with the hope that young men who read It will lie Impressed with the fact that "he who shedileth man's blood by man shall his Jiu: P. Watimw blood lie flied." iii-ncro-sngr B0BB1TT BUSTED. Tell all About Hign Locust Hem Reg. Poland Ciiinas. I Tine, toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows a siteelalty, for sale. This stock Is strictly first-cla- ss In everv respect, with pedigrees. Prices reasonable and .satisfaction guaranteed. Vrltcyour wants or como and see my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good ones. Also Mammoth I'ekln aDuck Eggs, gl for 13. a. K. HL'NDLEV, Hox 1M, DanvIllu.JICy. 11,007. te Headed by U. S. MODEL, HO. 38,353. That and ",')'1,or'''?I')!t'INo2!'7,0.ll,o neatest breeding hog living, and Other Things Court Day. LAI Dh. o. sou of the orld'n Columbian Champion, Claude, No. (. Iirxi)LKV'S (Totlio IMItsrcf The Lhtkkioii JncnxAL. am sorry to seo from tho label ou my paper that I am in arrears with tho Intkhiou Jouknal. I regret still moro that owing to the hardness of the times I shall not bo able to pay my subscription at present. My associations with tho paper have been most pleasant and I will now admit tho Intehiok is the best paper I ever read and that I am the best correspondent that ever poured a Hood of light along its lines. It nnd I have stricken many a manly blow for the enforcement of law and maintenance of order. There Is literally no money- in tho country. I still own my beautiful farm Mjirch-,22- . - CllAH OucilAHix, I CLOSE PRICES Falls Branch mid other Coals, also nil kinds of Feeds sold lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. T I I ;: 'IV at the fol . Coal Frorr; 7c to 11 dulating hills arc covered with vast 'IV herds of shorthorns and thoroughbred trotting horses, one the wild Zingarel-la- , valued at $30,000, but under the hammer would not bring &'t0. Silver plate, silver pitchers and goblets all empty adorn my table. But money all gone and money den broken up, and no more exchanging of paper money for gold with the depot agent as heretofore, on my return from tho mountain courts. On my way to tho courts now e and can't get through the llrst toll-gat! Bouglctnent (Beugletnong) and Its un- i At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from 60 to. c per bushel. Oats from 3tl to 33c per bushel. Hay, 10 to 00c per 100 pounds. Millet, ooc per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per loo lbs. ShipstufT, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 65c per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly ou hands. Ca.l and us before buying. I2t t 1 ;:; wwm) J. H. BAUCHMAN 6k CO. i i m SPECIAL SALE e3$s-. HUSTONVILLC. rain storm swept over this section Tuesday evening alniut dark and did considerable damage. Some A buvoro snow fell Wednesday. Charles Wheeler Is the proud possessor of a lino meerchuum pipe sent to him from Louisville by John HoBards. It is wonderfully carved and so largo that Mr. Wheeler uses a small grip to carry it from placo to place. Tho fishing fover la getting in its deadly work and every evening some citizen, young or old, homeward winds his weary way with a string of small perch two ot three inches long, tho re sult of a days' work along tho Hanging Fork. Fruit is all right up to date. Tho Ream Co. report their big peach orchard to haxe escaped injury so far. Last year Mr. Ream raised strawlior-rie- s o as largo as peaches and we his poaches will bo a9 large as wa sit-po- Had it not been for the three-plmortgage with which my shorthorns aro covered they xvould have frozen to death last winter, and had it not been for tho warm mortgage blanket with which my farm is covered, the beautis ful velvety robe of would have frozen out. But all this, no doubt, is for the best, for as times grow harder every day. it may bring the great mass of the people to their senses. Please publish In your paper that I will speak at Stanford county court day, April 12, 0 on the Billion Dollar Congress and e day Legislature, on mobs and invite all the mobs to come to hear me, and why the ablest jurist in Kentucky, Judge Sautley, should be reelected, and what two ofllces I shall run for myself, and many other things too tedious to mention, and the very tirst draw of my salary shall go to pay my subscription to the Intehiok Joun- y blue-gras51,-00- Notics To Mothers And Ladies ! TUESDAY, MARCH 30, AVc will Sell toll-gat- Children's Sfiirt&Bfouse Waists, aff Sizes Fifty, 75c and $1 goods for NAL. n In order that it may be throughout the county that I am going to show the peoplo that they aro not as well governed as they ought to be, and that their taxes aro too high and that tho rulers knoweth not yet that Egypt is destroyed, publish this letter In Friday's issue and then please announce conspicuously in every issue of your paper that I shall speak county court day in April. A president re ceiving $130.93 3 of a cent per day and the people going In rags and their children crying for bread Something A poor laboring man fearfully wrong is now passing on to his dally work with an empty bucket on his nrm containing his dinner, out of this at noon the poor hungry man will make an imaginary feast, sopping unsubstantial bread in imaginary gravy ! well-know- Only 25 Cts. Remember this day only. We also have an elegant line of 1 CHILDREN'S 46-7- termelons. The minstrel performance by the colored taleut of town Friday night was considered by some of those who saw It to bo a lino show of the kind. The was not as large as expected as ! ! Which we are selling LOWER TIIAX EYER. SUITS, . y co told ihutluull of his depredations, holding full sway as ho did, with tho jKsiplo termrUed, llrldgwater nor his men noverlnauy way Insulted tho ladles, usho traveled from house to house In several counties, but always accorded them tho respect to which they wero entitled. After tho war was over, Hrldgowater became a candidate for tho Legislature. Tho people could not lieur tho Idea of having Lincoln county represented by a man with such a record and set about to llnd some good muu to defeat him. Knowing that "Jim Hrldgo" was ti bail man, thero was no rush of candidates. Finally, Judge Thomas W. Vartion was decided upon to muko tho rico against lilm. Tho Judge straightway wont to nrldguwater mid told him that hu must name tho terms upon which tho ruco wus to bo made. "If you want to have a fighting campaign, I am your man. If uion tho other hand, you want tomako It as gentleman should, I'll moot you half way," tho Judge said to him, Tho latter plan won adopted and Judge Vuruon, of course, was elected. Thu robin1 ry of old Mr. Chandler, as has been utated mado "Jim Hrldgo" and Walter Haundes bitter Anemia. Euoh would gut together a few iiiou at Intervals and go In search of tho other, llrldgwater was living ou tho placo uow owned by Mrs. Faunlo Strangely It Is taken. many of tho colored people had conscientious bcruples about attending a show. Dr. lirown's friends wero rejoiced to see him able to attend church Sunday, tho llrst time since his severe illness that he has ventured so far from his room. Wm. Wright, Sr., and Mrs. Wright aro both very sick with tho grip at their homo near this place. Squire IVyton does not improve much and continues very weak. Unelo Will Reid is up again after being conhncd to his room for 10 days. Mr. G. C. Lyon sustained a suit in Squire Liailoy's court Saturday brought by parties to compel him to throw open his plko ou the ground that It did not meet required specifications. Tho ver dict was in Mr. Lyon's favor. Attorney John W. Yerkes, of Danville, represented Mr. Lyon's interests, while J. 13. Faxton, of Stanford, prosecuted. Mr. Thomas MoRoborts, of Danville, accompanied Mr. Yerkes. W. II. Giltnore, of Lebanon, is visiting his sister, Mrs. George RilTe, this week. Ho is a brother of George ono of tho most popular grocery drummers on the road. Harry Hock-o- r, of Danville, was over to seo his parents Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam LoGil-mor- Fontaine F. Bohhitt. Beyond comparison in Material, Fit, Make and Price. Look, $7.50, $10 and $12. irairf J. SUITS t MT. VERNON, The thermometer is variable this week. Monday we had summer weather and Thursday snow. Tho Ladies' Aid Society will give a "candy stew" Friday evening at the residence of one of the members. Mrs. Klla Baker returned from tho city this week with a line lino of mil llnery. Mrs. Baker has refitted her store-roo- The finest selection and best made for $1. Remember the day and date. Hats, Shoes and 2"eckwear. L. Frohman & Co., THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. recently. There will be a contest this evening for a prize offered by Mr. C. C. Wil Tho contestants are Misses liams. Georgia McFerran, Berda Martin, Ida m &JjtotoU33SJ&J&JmSZ JJ--- J May Adams, May Saxton and Mr. Ed- e, Miss Mattio McCormack and Mrs. Patty Woods, of Paint Lick, have returned homo from a fow days' visit to Mrs. John Reid. Doc Dryo camo over from Danville Tuesday to greet his friends. There is always a hearty wolcomo for day. Doc. F. B. Twidwell was in Cincinna- gan, of Lawrencoburg, aro visiting relatives in town. Miss Lena Woods and gar Albright. Mrs. Wm.'Paynter has been quite 111. Mrs. Charles Randall, of Danville, was the guest of Mrs. R. L. Thompson. Maco Miller camo homo this week to vote. Little Laura, daughter of Mr. Andy Baker, of Langford, is very ill with tmeumonla. C. C. Davis visited Tom Stewart at Wildio last week. Owing to ill health Eld. Farra did not ill! his pulpit Sunday. Misses Le na and Bessie McCluro visited Louis-vill- o hiBt weok. Mr. C. C. Williams was In Frankfort this week. Miss LIda Cook visited Mrs. Eliza Cook at Cave. Messrs. Daniel Southerd and Leonard Bcthurum returned to Loulsvillo Sun- UDDGRCAKinG BY 1 J. C. M'CLARY, Practioal Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room Opposite Court-Hou- se Square, Stanford, Ky EPCTSW24 ti Saturday. Queen &. Cuescent. J rates to Opera Festival. Round trip tickets from Junction City and all points North to Cincinnati and return, ou sale daily March 29, to April 3. Ono faro round trip, account Grand Opera Festival In Music Hall, Great Artists, rich program of masterpieces. Visit tho Queon City during this Festival season. Your agent can give you full particulars, In making up nowspaper forms sometimes sorao ludicrous but harmless mistakes occur. For Instance, under tho head "Matrimonial" tho Stanford Jour-nu- l has this: An important movement has started in Louisville for organic union of tho Northern and Southern Presbyterian churches." While under tho head of "Obituary Respectfully Dedicated to the Memory of tho Dead," tho Bourbon News reproduces tho following: At Lexington, Sunday, to the wife of Elder Mark Collis a sixth son. Georgetown Times. A Handsome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each ilO's Worth of Goods, We have just opened a large and comprehensive stock of GIVEN : AWAY &0. Side-Hoard- I Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, BIUO-A-ni.A- O, Dining Tables The lad cs are especially invited to see our new lino of ttnpUprs. Enameled Beds. Easles. Pictures, Ac Picture Frames made to order. Wnrfc and price guaranteed Inspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades, s, J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lanoaster, Ky. s..,'.V "' . . 4is--KW4ittsai,- &f V.rrlh-- il jf aksuiwfc.. vt.. j.S LLil fll ,.- - iii )i mini hi inn it iii m iiiifinMj i. S TU1? TMTl?RinR 111.LJ lllllllUUll J UUlUmlJ 1S97 IflllRNH Tup Trnttilrt I ixmrt. of Armenia Stanford. Ky., Mar. 26, W. P. WALTON. has njjain reckoned without his host. After claiming the earth and tho fullness thereof, he came under tho string with three votes short of tho coveted election as U. S. Sena tor, although two miserable turncoats, TJnlrd and Norman, elected as demo- crate, voted for him. In soparato scs- ho received G(J votes, Blackburn 48, Davie 11 and tho rest scattered, Fo-ree, of Shelby, voting for Gov. Creary. Six republicans, Senators Rummans, Llnncy nud Clark, and Hep-- 1 resentatives Nance, Napier and Bald- win, refused to vote for Hunter, claim ing that Boylo is tho regular nominee and that Hunter is not the proper mnn any way to go to the Senate after his free silver pledge. In the joint session demoWednesday, another by name, went over to tho crat, Stout enemy, giving Hunter 07, still two short of tho requisite C9. It was the intention of tho Hunter men to force a continuous ballot, fearing delay and the loss of votes after that day, but tho Dk. I Hunter Mc-w- ui Ganges Its opinions as often as some tton,i0 their shirts. Not many moons that a'o it heldt... thoso banks, which had ' t luw wm uccumou! uiu .luruia ui tlm and had paid the 75c tax therein pro vided could not be taxed further. Wednesday it went back on that decision In toto and now says that banks must pay taxes like other property owner. Tho court holds that neither the old nor the new banks have such a contract with the State under the Hewitt Act. as can not bo abrogated by legislative and con- stltiitlonal enactments. HazeUigg nntl t .a mu uurnum dissent irom 4!... .1 dIriit ui Gutty, Du Kelle, White and Lewis, n paynter. The decision will make otj,er btg hoi0 t tno state treasury, as tn0 djiTerenoo between 42J and 7o conts imvo to be refunded to tho banks, mit the counties and municipalities wm make by It. Tho banking business js getting to bo a poor ono any way and this decision will make It poorer. "t"'" ITrtH-It- - F an-sio- At tho republican primary In Whitley tho following were successful of tho 00 candidates: Benjamin Rose, counCaddell, county attv judge; Andrew torney; William Bennett, jailer; John Croley, assessor; James Sutton, sheriff: Willinm Sego, coroner; Adam Slier, superintendent of schools; James Ingram, representative; Everett Wat-kincircuit clerk. Some of the races were exceedingly close. A scene was created In the Capital Hotel lobby when Representative W II. Lyons, of Newport, approached Adjt. Gen. Collier and offered his hand. Gen Collier swore a great oath and told Lyons not to speak to him or come near him. Mr. Lyons at once went the other way and avoided u difficulty. Thqy had a row through tho newspaGen. Collier and pers last summer. Representative Lelberth, of Covington, also had a row. Frankfort dispatch. s, LANCASTER. Mrs. Vnriium's lecturo was well attended on Monday night and it was MOKE IMPORTANT THAN THE highly appreciated. Mark Jennings, who shot George Mukes hist week, was tried on a writ of lunacy on Tuesday and sent to tho Lox-ingtou PRIZE FIGHT I Wu can always present to you Hewn thut la nioro Important than nny prizo fight time to read it cnrefiilly you will always profit and if you will kind y tnkc a We nro always on hnnds with tllo thereby. asylum. George T. Farrls, chairman of tho News Briefly Told Five children wore burned to death In a fire at Laddsdale, la. Flro at Lawrence, Mass., caused a loss of $100,000, and eight persons wei e injured. An insuranco agent who committed suicide at Menncupolis Is heir to an estate worth four millions. It cost $40,000 to secure and set up tho klnetoscopo that caught the fight. The Farmers and Merchants Bank at Paris, Texas succumbed to a run and has closed Its doors. Sullivan says he Is in earnest about lighting Fitzslmraons and that he will train a year for tho event. Win. Bowman committed suicide in Rowan county by stepping in front of a circular saw- - He was cut in two. Mrs. Dolly Morgan Is dead In Todd county from hydrophobia, a dog having licked a fresh wound in her hand. book-keeper 'X .'v Ir I I motion to that end failed CO to G7, and another day ended with the hopes of the gum shoo statesman unrealized. the first Frankfort, March 25. Ontho vote ballot in joint session was Hunter 07, Blackburn 49, rest scattering. No other ballot was taken. Falling to make good his promises, the chances of Dr. Hunter are daily growing fainter. It is said that some of his followers are anxious to forsako him and are ready to do so any time the name of Bradley is sprung. It Senator AI.L.KN, of Nebraska, has Pretty Gertrude Walkey, looks very much now like Bradley will offered a bill to repeal the civil service for a Boston firm, drowned herself bo elected or their will be no election. law and all supplementary acts and the because her books wouldn't balance. 's Baird'S desk mate, Mr. Thompson. pr0rpcct Is that It will pass. A The State annual meeting of the Mexagainst the ican Veterans' Association, at Cynthl-nnSenator corroborates ty 0f lne republicans are statement that the Daviess county man , civ sei.vice law, believing that to the has been changed from May 8 to had claimed that the Hunter men had j victors belong tho spoils, Including our May 12. tried to bribe him last winter, so with . man Davison, who asked to be put down Tho Alabama Legislature has unani twoagainst one, it seems that Balrd "is ag unqualifiedly opposed to it. He mously passed u law providing that mistaken or has deliberately lied " A thinks it is so ridiculous that in some shall be punishable committee to investigate the matter Provisions It would make a horse laugh. with death. has been appointed and It is hoped that S. D.JStuart, wife and 10 children, of iTls said that Hunter has $5,000 each Crane's Run, W. Va., are down with all tho facts will be brought out. The Lexington Herald seems to take no for two more votes. Surely ho ought diphtheria. Two of the children have stock in tho story, its editor, Billy to have no trouble in such a Legisla- already died. Breckinridge, saying In tho course of ture to secure them, but fortunately In Hancock county, Tenn., Martha a long editorial: "The dirty attempt the members are better than they ap- Bull, once a leader of society in Virto blacken the character of Mr. Balrd pear to bo . ginia, killed her paramour, Thomas is characteristic and will not injure McRae, and then shot herself. millionhim; wherever ho Is known the attack Billy Birch, the will be harmless; where his assailant Mr. King sticks to Hunter, but his aire minstrel, who has been on the is known tno auacKwm oo neiu xo ue . conBtltuancy nro not for the gum shoe stage most of the time since 1831, Is at prima facie false." This direct charge ; man b a lon? ghot the point of death In New York. of dirty work and lying will hardly- - go A story comes from Norfolk, Va., wag jntroduced in tho House A bm T ... tf .iv. ta tlirt- ' . ..., x. l. Lll 1 providing that all exe- - that Will Wood, of Pearl Bryan fame, ui uucuuiiuiikvu !.. M Thorne man he is cracked up to be. cutlons shall take place within the enlisted in the navy March 17, and Is of the penltentiury at Frankfort. now on his way to Uruguayan waters. THE republican members hiss and walls A boy was futally hurt at Shelby vllle, Before the bolt the Legislature was cuss the fellows who refuse to vote for 70, Ind., by being run over by a crowd follows: Republicans, Hunter and the republican papers classified aa gold democrats 1(5, silver democrats 41), which was hurrying to hour the news shout, "bolter," "traitor," "scamp" 2, total 137, necessary to a about the hanging of Juckson and and "scoundrel" at them, but none of populists Walling. choice for Senator 09. theso things have, moved them yet and While eating fish on St. Patrick's Senator Bronston introduced a resowo trust will not. The Louisville Comday, Miss Mary Mulrlne, of New York fixing the second Tuesday in mercial, which has a grievance against lution April as the time for final adjourn City, swallowed a bone. She suffered Gov. Bradley, finds this an excellent ment. Tho Senator is wasting time intensely from it until death came to time to vent its spleen, which it does The body will her relief. thusly: "Gov. Bradley has disting- with such resolutions. Jacob Ade, his wife, daughter, son not adjourn beforo fall. uished himself by the number and varand a little girl, who was visiting the iety of political blunders he has made family, were murdered at Paradise POLITICS. since he was elected governor, mainly Ridge, Tenn., and tho house burned to because ho has listened to bad advice, Joseph L. Bristow, of Kansas has conceal the crime. but personally and when he has been been made Fourth Assistant Postmas- - The crevasse near Caruthersvlllc, uttcndlng strictly to his business as tei. General. Mo., is now 1,200 feet wide. A man governor, he Is a good fellow, and has j "Winston Ballard, colored, has an- - caught in tho act of cutting the levee shown capacity." Thoo incidents nounced his candidacy for sheriff of below Caruthersvillo was shot by a show that the g. o. p. Is rent from stem Madison county. guard and his body thrown into the to stern and that the fruits of its vie- - j j0hn c. Colson is tipped for postmas river. ory has proven bitter Indeed. ter of Middlesboro. Public office is a Senator Hoar has introduced a bill private snap and they ull keep it in the prohibiting the shipment of klncto-scop- u Mr. McKinley Is wiser in his gen- family. s in tho pictures of eration than tho children of light. He A fusion of bolting democrats and re- mails or through the channels of interknows tho power of the press and Is publicans has been effected In Anderstate commerce. Tho W. C. T. U. reawaro of how ho can make or suffer by son, tho republicans getting the best of quested it. it, and he has very sensibly tried to the bargain. ConfedWright Smith, a start out with the good will of the corA bill has been introduced to reduce erate veteran, while drunk killed his respondents at Washington. Accordtho salaries of Appellate Judges from two boys, aged two and four years, ingly ho invited them to a reception at $5,000 to $4,000 and Circuit Judges from with a crutch, at his homo near Harthe White Houso and nearly every ono $3,000 to $2,400. lem, Ga., and then sent a pistol-baof the 150 attended. The president was There is much good in Senator Lin through his brains. in Congress 14 years and was personal- ney after all. Ho says: "I would sufIn round numbers tho total expendily very popular with the newspaper my head to be cut off before I would ture of money In the United States fer men, who are still disposed to treat him brought about by tho championship or no vote for Hunter." with tho utmost fairness, politics A bill tojreducc from $2 to 75 cents fight between James Corbett and Robpolitics. the fee charged by J sheriffs for adver- ert Fitzslramons at Carson City, Not wishing to make a spectacle of tising tho property of delinquent taxaccording to careful estimates. himself as a public speaker and there payers, has been Introduced. official report says thut in tho The being insufficient room in the House Napoleon B. Scott, of West Virginia, province and city of Bombay thero have for him to rant In, Congressman Davi- is said to bo in line for appointment as been 14,850 cases of tho plague reportson wisely decides not to try to deliver Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and ed, and 12,204 deaths have been recordhis few remarks on the tariff, but will the change may be mado in a few ed. This shows a most terrible percenprint them in the Record instead. Sen- weeks. tage of deaths, and the whole Is not sible idea. What Mr. Davison doesn't Editor A. R. Dyche, of tho London told. know about the tariff is a plenty and Echo, has been appointed a member of A cyclone struck tho town of Arlingwhat he thinks he knows and will print the Board of Equalization to succeed ton, Ga., Monday, wrecking tho Acadis awaited with bated breath by tho Senator Parker and ho won't have to emy building over the heads of 35 Eight people of Possom Holler and Dog Wal- hustle now for subscribers. Lucky fel- pupils and two teachers. low. low! dead bodies wore removed from the Tho Louisville Times takes this debris, and a dozen others will dlo of There is one bill before the Legiscruck at its prospective contemporary: their injuries. lature that wo should like to seo become a law that to make It a felony to give Brer Enloo's free silver Sun has set at Corbett and Fitzslmmons had a a check on a bank in which tho maker Nashvlllo behind a big, black cloud of friendly meeting in San Francisco. Tho has no funds. If it is passed and could debt, but it is booked to rise resplen- former begged for another fight but be mado retroactive, tho Interior dent as the Dispatch somewhere In this tho champion said that he had promiss' ed his wife thut ho would fight no more Journal would have a score or more neck o' tho woods on next and that ho didn't think he would you could Day. of fellows In the pen beforo It is said that tho Statu committee break his promise. say "Jack Robinson." A meeting was hold at Nlcholasvillo tried to get Gov. Bradley to use his inNews, C. C. Pare fluence to bring into line the six re- by tho ministers and officers of the difThe editor, and W. P. Dickinson business publicans who ure refusing to voto for ferent churches of tho town to take manager, made its debut at Glasgow Hunter. Thegovernor said ho waa too some steps regarding the desecration on the 19th, and glveH promise of a long busy to seo them and the committee- of the Sabbath inj Nicholasville. Tho and usesul life. It will uphold demo"Citicratic principles and promises to deal men threaten to roost him in a hot organization will be called tho forjJMunlcipal Reform." proclamation. zens' League equal and exact justice to all. to-da- y, The jayhawker teems to be a fighter as well as a talker. He met R. D. Hill, of Williamsburg, in the Capital Hotel at Frankfort, did John D. White, the other night and landing a blow on his temple, staggered him so that he could only fan the air, while John D. got in another lick or two. Friends then interfered and hostilities were ended. White claims that Hill, who Is chairman of tho district committee, not only treated him outrageously In his primary against Colson for Congress but robbed him In collecting for the expenses of the election. They have been atdag-ger'- s olnt8 for several years and White has not been shy of his words in condemnation of the Whitley county man on all occasions. They say that further trouble is expected, but unless White is again tho aggressor we hardv ly think there will be. Garrard county democratic committee, will be u candidate for tho nomination for State Senator, and his extensive ac quaintance and relationship In tho dis trict warrant the prediction that ho will bo nominated and elected. Mrs. E. W. Harris is visiting her son, V. II. Harris, at Carlisle. Judge R. A. Burnside, J. Hunt McMurt-- y. Capu William Herndon, L. L. Walker, J. Mort Rothwoll and W. 11. Mason went to Frankfort to mingle with tho crowd and witness tho tricks and schemes played In the election of a Senator. Mrs. T. C. Gulley will bo a candidate for the nomination for school suj)crin- tendent of this county, subject to tho action of tho democratic party. Sho has taught for a number of years, and is eminently qualified for that jKwltlon. Sho Is a sister of tho lato J. Harvey Brown and sho and all her relations aro democrats, beside her husband being a member of the democratic county committee. Her nomination and election would not be a surprise. A large crowd was In town Monday and business was fair. Cupt. Rico Bengo reports 200 cattle on the market. Some were sold at 21 to 3c: hogs sold at 3o; horses from $15 to $75; milk cows $25 to $30, and about 50,000 shingles nt $1.25 per thousand. Soverul excellent stallions were on exhibition, among them tho following saddlers: W. L. Luwson'a Cromwell, Jr.; Win. Burton's Black Squirrel; R. L. k R. I. Burton's King Eagle, Jr.; John C. Burnslde'tt Red Cloud; Allen Ray's Cyclone, and Beazley Bros' horse, all of which aro good movers. There were two standard-bred horses which attracted much attention on account of their speed Robinson & Hamilton's Young Jesse, and F. T. Fox's Captain Barnard. Since the erection of tho telephone exchange, tho young people aro having a lively time playing pranks and fakes. Some boys called Miss Eugenia Bush and represented that tho cull was a gen? tleman friend of here, at Danville, who desired to hear some music. She played several pieces and was vexed to learn th it sho was playing for her Lancaster fi lends. One of our grocers, II. M. n In your city, could Ballon, not express his chagrin in becoming English, when .omo ono ordered a package of coffee, another a peck of potatoes and another a peck of meal, ull in quick succession without any name being given. Ho hurried to tho office to learn who ordered tho good?. They are not ull dead yet. The disaffection engendered by tho n race for Congress, in which Gov. Bradley's leaders worked for Davison und others worked for Smith, manifested Itself again in nominating candidates for tho county offices and Is again showing Itself by a number of republicans threatening to visit vengeance on Garrard V representative. IIou. J. C Napier, If ho does not voto for Hunter for Senator. They claim well-know- Knock-ouAnd will 2 00 nt 25 t 1 Blow 00 owa at M 0), f.l 00 shoes nt 12.00, 00 shoes nt 75 cts. Children's hoew rovo it If you will carefully compare quality to prices. blow on shoes U by holling ! Our knock-ou- t shoes at $ 1.50, f 1.60 shoes at fl.OO nnd cts. nnd up, Our KNOCK-OU- T BLOW! "Cuba Ji.it" nt R00 newest style. On hntsi9immcnso-"StetsonV'nti3.00,- Tlie Others as follows 3.00 huts at 12.00, 12 00 hats nt fl.25, fl.OO hats nt 50 cts. nnd 60c lints nt 25 cts. We never fail with our KNOCK-OU- T On suits Nfcn's a 1 : BLOW il 7 00, 7 00 suits nt 5 00, 6.00 00 and up. Our wool Scotch plaid suits worth 12 00 for S 00, '10 00 suits n suits nt 2.50. Hoy's bill ts In a bl$ variety nnd quality n KNOCK-OU- T BLOW In Carpets nnd Mattings, Vnllsc, Grips. Trunks nnd etc., will bo more thnn you really could expect, bill don't fail to give us n call it will nlwaya pay. As our new Spring goods are arriving every day; wo are prepared to show you something new Look nt qur now Percales nnd plaid Ducking nnd nuinurous other things in the dress goods line. I majorl-Blackburn- a, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UKBANSKY & CO T. I) HANKY, , Proi'Iiiittors. Emi- M ANAOK.it. train-wreckin- g Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilnrdtttown, Lawrencehurg. f'ynthlnnn, Versailles, nence, Georgetown, Kliznbcthtown, Frnfikfort, nnd Mnuckort, Ind. PAINT. BBT,?.DY LEAD. Ilcyoml doubt we have the best Heady-mixed The 'Legislature, Pnlnt on the mnrket. well-know- n - 0IL& VARni$f)G$, G0L0R& At Lnwett CshIi Prices, 1 Smith-Daviso- CRAIG S6 HOCKER, ! prize-fight- one-legge- d ll was$2,-700,00- 0, ens nominee, but it is claimed that It is really because they do not want him to vote for Gov. Bradley. Napier is a canand he is not liku-l- y didate for to win, with this State of affairs, if Bradloy's name is mentioned, no dlffoi J once how ho votes at Frankfort. Tho statement in tho Courier-Journin reference to the death of M. W. 0 Johnson, who died suddenly, with life Insurance and whose body was e exhumed hero some time ago, Is in several particulars and is calculated to work Injury to the widow, children and creditors of tho deceased. The chemist, who annalyzed tho stomof a ach, reported only grain of strychnia in it, and it is said that his physician had been administering it as a medicine. Ho had met with two serious accidents, tho first time being confined long enough to draw $050 from an Accident Insurance Company. The last time ho thought he had recovered sufficiently to attend court nt Stanford on December 14th and that morning returned from the spring, took sick und died, in a manner that did not indicate that ho died of poison. There was no well near his houso whero a bottle, labelled strychnia, could have been found, as stated in that article, and it Is denied that such a bottle was found at all. Thero uro other facts which disprove tho theory of suicide and justico will demand tho payment of tho Insurance. al o urge this becnuo Hunter is tho (ali- 110.-00- Inac-urat- The Queen Washing Machine: Queen mentis Superior to nil. Wo claim for tho Queen Wiislujr: First, That it will out last nny other. Second, That it will wash from the finest to the conrKC-- t rleun mid will not tear clothes. Third, That it will wash as c can its you cti with n washboard. to Fourth, Thnt you enn do the work in one-hathree fourths less time. Fifth, That ns was remarked by ono using the Queen, when asked if it would biivu linn nnd labor: "It about ruts off tl' wnhini? nnrt " Price, 13 60. Call and seo it. lf th HIGGINS & McKINNEY. THE Thoroughbred Mr i BLUt-URASa KIND Duroo tey Re BED HOBS, liam Huffman died in this city, in tho 09th year of his age. His funeral will bo preached at tho Christian church at 10:30 A. M, on Friday by Elder George Gowen und interment will take place in Lancaster Cemetery. Ho had been in feoblo health for some time. lie was a nativo of Lincoln county and is well-know- At 1 1:45 Wednesday night, Dr. Wil- ofthli I lirtl of twine In kplendld lot of plgot ililtrrent famuli wcro solcctctl from tho Ixiit iierds of UKlP -- towi a rx.tUlly. for mile. Urvd Satisfaction guaranteed. Corrcs- - teTeralSUtea A Hnueiue Miiiciieti, uureu ! R. H. BRONAUQH, Crab Orchard, Kjr. n ing many friends and relatives. Ho In Central Kentucky, hav- H. C. RUPLEY, All-Fool- Seral-Wcok- ly was a member of tho Christian church and on tho same day of tho same month, J-T-HE of his death, In tho year 1859, ho was married to Miss Mary C. Cook, an excellent lady, who died several years ago. They raised four children, Bruce, who is attending school in Louisville; Is Receiving his- Mrs. Lyman Holllngsworth, of Lowden, Tenn.; Mrs. R. II. Young, of Louisville, and Mrs. T. S. Farris, who died at Phoenix, Arizona. Ho bus ono All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call brother and ono sister living Joseph E. Huffman, of Hustonvillc, and Mri. Hunnuh Poteet, of Hurrodsburg. Ho was master of his profession und had a largo und lucrutlvo practice, doing much good for sufferers In tho flesh, for THE (JREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOIJOF THESOUTH. which no is kindly refnembored. Ho nwnn or wadwtw muioihb hul rusniws. was a man of fixed convictions, arising .,.iA.ttZ,ls,jLL, QZZrwr,Lf " MCOBWNOtD BY THE UAOIWi BUS1WSS MEN Cf of a superior from deliberate thoughts 9V 9rrwr THE COUNTRY. MtHTiOM OOtffSC WANTKD and highly cultivated mind, and was always a champion for right and justice. QntwciffdotiRmrm. fflwUfi No ono had truer or warmer friends. MERGHANT TAILOR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Wf7MT7W' i'textE&&& tytMtfj<&r rrs " , tA-- . IP" Mtrn. v. 'L,'a ", ir .w r, I j J. 1 1 Ono of tho best, If not Preaching at Christian church Sun-th- o very best judges tho district has day morning and night. Morning THE INTERIOR overbad, and that Is equivalent to say- - theme: 'A borraon to sceptics," night, Si:K our lino of toilet soap. HiptflnB lng tho best In tho State, announces "Tho snake behind the wall." k McKiunoy. his candidacy for another term. Judge A little girl who attended achrlsten-M- . Ky., - Mak. 26, 1897 Stanford, C. Saulley has won tho right to sue- - ing for tho firut time, asked her niam-cee- d I WILL soil rough lumber and shinhimself and tho party and the pco- - ma while on tho way home, If the gles as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. pie will seo that his elltciency and fulth- - preacher watered the baby to mnko It 13. C. Walton, Businixs Maxaokh. Foil SALi:. Ono lady's wheel fulness aro rowarded. See his an- - grow. Steam's latest. Used ono season only. nouncemont in this issue. The Baptist Year Book, which was Alaiiahtink, the grout wall finish, Apply at tliln olllce. delayed by lire, reports: Churches, 40, 13 diiToronl colors. is made in Every ACQUlTTBD. At their trial before color in in stock now at l'ouny's Drug Wovkn wire and oak picket fence, Judge Dawbon anil a jury the young la- 0(14; mombers, :i,720,2.'13; contributions, Store. tho most economical fence In tho mar- dles and gentlemen charged by Rev. 411, 7Wi, 118; value of church property, ket. I am selling it tit about cost of William Sprinkles with disturbing re- ebl.filS.'JNi. Rev. Ben Holm Is back from Corbtn PERSONALS. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. ligious worship, were acquitted on his where ho held a successful meeting of testimony. It seems that they did noth Job Hour, of tho L. ti. N., Is with 2 weeks. There were ,w or (50 converHbkoiu: buying a buggy, wagon, or ing but laugh his funny business his parents here. sions and sanctlllcatlons. dinning implements ol any kind, ex Vhlch would at made less Ho was as exuberant sisted by Rev. C. S. have of O. H. Cooper's children nro amine my brand now stock. I also sell Perry. people cachinnate. Ono of the young j down with measlus. fertilize! s and coal. J. B. Hlgglns. No census of the number of converladles was so scared when served with MllS. N. A. TVHKB Is visiting her ... !.,. Dllll ,4IIIW VU IU11II fiml ti'diiMiitt, blll.W ol... ..nt.ii ... t.tti'ri 44414. sions has been kept in Mr. Moody's col llin 1,(4114. III. Smith Emhuy, the IIIU daughter in Howling Green. thrco weeks work in Cincinnati, but Mhs. L. I. WkstkhkikU) and MieH ored blacksmith, died biuldenly Tues- confessed to a lino of Mi and paid It. ,, Is estimated that nearly 1,200 acces day. Ho had long been asutrorer from Since hearing tho evidence the court sions to LIcclo Ben.ley uro in Cincinnati. tho churches have been made Mil. J. 11. ItouiNHON, a Mlddlesboro dropsy and was swelled almost double and others will ask tho governor to re- as a result of this meeting. mit it, and return tho money to her. merchant prince, was hero Wednesday. his usual size when ho died. Rev. L. L. Pickett will arrive Mlt. Jamks Dkn.s'V, of Lexington, Is to assist Rev. W. S. Grinstead in tho Tub Hustonville boys have ordered TUB action of tho Garrard county at homo in tho Shelby City bection court in tho matter of turnpike meeting at tho Methodist church.which lots of now music and will have it down sick. lino by time they show hero Friday raiding is most commendable. It of- continues to grow in interest. Rev. J. Mlt, V. II. IIlcim.NS was in Louis night next, April 2. Don't fuil to be fers a reward of i(l,010 for tho convic- B. Culpepper, known as the Sam .Tones vllle this week buying dead loads of tion of persons engaged In the dastard" of the sunotlllcutipnlsts, is expected laon baud to see and hear them. goods. ly business and it Is hoped that at least ter. Wll.l. SBVBKANCB and Will Shanks TllBThos. W. NnplereampC. V. A., borne of the scamps may bo brought to went to Louisville Tuesday to buy will meetSaturday, April 3rd, at '2 V. FARM AND TRADE, justice. In this county tho fiscal court, goods. M., at tho olllco of Col. Welch. A full not only took no steps to catch the raidTwo small pigs wanted. This oflice. Mlt. JOHN V. MOOHK, of Cnboy, was attendance Is desired for tho consideraers, but by Its action seemed to wink at Sly Fox won the Lightning Stakes at with his daughter, Mrs. Kd Wilkinson, tion of Important matters. The meettheir crimes. It is to bo hoped since this week. bo omitted. T. the olitical complexion of tho body New Orleans for ing for March l!7th will R. R. Early bought the Pepper in Mil. M. W. TvilBB was down from M. Goodknight, Adj. oHcy will has changed that a firmer m Woodford, containing 4.T7 ncres at $98. d i.,L. Corbin yesterday to hco his mmi, Gbt Thbhb and Stay Thbkb. 1)0 adopted and raiders shown that there Wool. Highest market price paid Cook. Is no sympathy with their species of for wool. Call for sacks. C. V. GenMil. S. J. UL'HH, of Louisville, was This will bo tho title of Sam Jones' lec- lawlessness or any other kind. try. hero this veek soliciting stock for tho ture at Walton's Opera House April of flth at U 1'. M. Admission f0 and "flc. Lou Nv tlio Oispatch. All Wkono. Recently a reporter Tho barn J. W. Miller in Marlon Reserved beats will lw on sale at W. B. of this paper attended the Moody meet- i burned nnd with it 14 mules. Loss II. T. Notx, Esq.. who has recently located at Mlddlesboro, Is hero and McHoberth' April 1. There's going to ings at Music Hull, Cincinnati, and $3,000. E. P. Woods has returned from Cinsays that the business monthoronro all bo a crush, so don't delay In securing having a decided clerical appeurance cinnati where he sold two loads of hogs a ticket. pnwK'ring. in addition to wearing a white necktie, at Hi to 4c. Miss Jbnnib Duncan Waiiiibn loft a jwllto usher ellowed his way through ' atOWKLBY. No Commonwealth's Frank Thompson bold to John CoulWednesday for Frankfort to visit her torney in tho State has made more rep- tho Immeiibo throng and said to him: cousin, Miss Christine Hradloy, at the utation as a fearless and forceful probe-eut- "You aro a minister, I suppose. Come ' ter, of Adair, a bunch of extra good heifers at 3ic. executive mansion. than John Sam Owsley, Jr., who forward and I will give you a nice, I have some nice sows and pigs for Miss Viikiinia Bowman will enter wants to succeed himself in that olllce, scat." Not wishing to oven act an un tain nl cards Friday evening In honor and who will, if real merit Is apprecia- truth, oven for a good beat, our reiort ' sale. Am btanding a good bull at $2 Delinquent6t don't apply. Jos. Ballou. of Miss Mary Philips and Leonora ted. Ho announces his candidacy In er declined und stood up with the un C. P. Cecil, president, and Sam Ly- vil It rPlw tn1i nt rli(nr itn6rTiit ia Advocate. of Louisville. this Issue. ..... L, L..L i. .. a' wicrotary, have sent In their re- .... I.', Tin: Advocate sjcaks In very comUllli WLIJU1 ill 1D11UIJO kUU UUOK CV.UVI1 ill t i sftttMUont) to the Danville fair direc- . K. TlllillB's nothing short about tho plimentary terms of a baritone solo by ..r,,,.:,. tors, but they have not yet been accept .. o Tlldcn Cook during tho Centre College of P. lodjjo here. Tho editor of tho .......... ..... ib i. .. tin "ioiii viiiisv nuviVl umv s Pythian, published at Ber- came not to call tho righteous but sin-- 1 ed. minstrel entertainment at Danville. The Richmond Register says that Mus. Hannah POTbbt and W. J. ry, this State, wanted tho lodge' to take ners to repentance," und if it is for sina copy of his pajer and instead of tak- ners thnt tho good people labor they Wagers & Cohen shipped three loads of Hnrrodsburg, spent TuesI'oteet, day night with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ing ono, It subscribed for 7f and order- should bo Invited to tho best scats in of hogs nnd cuttle to Cincinnati, for which they paid 3 to 31 for hogs and 2 Huffman nt tho Myers House, en route ed them sent to the various members of tho synagogue and let the saints to 2 for the cattle. Diudem lodge. to tho bodshlo of Dr. Willluin HulTmun stand in tho outer eourts if necessary. . R. II. Bronaugh returned from Cumat Lancaster. AprojKw of this the Louisville Times I HAVK secured tho services of Geo. 03 nice Hbv. J. II. Hoi'l'Klt sent Tuewluy E.xliuc to do dying, cleaning and press- says that over .'lo,000 tickets have been berland county yesterday with and young oxen bought night with his gUtar, Mrs. II. S. With ing. I will carry a line of Merchant already Issued to tho Moody meetings. 3 to 3c. It took him era. Ho had just clo-c- d a meeting at Tailoring goods and am agent for tho Tho main trouble in this lies In tho near Burksville at 12 days to make the round trip. Kllravillo with 14 additions. His next Troy Steam Laundry. Bob Moreland fact that tho tickets are being taken up G. & C. P. Cecil will sell C. P. Clay, meeting wllllo with Dr. Rutherford's or myself will call for ami deliver your by the church people, while the sin2:13, at tho Woodard & Shanklln sale church In Paris, beginning next week. laundry. I ask u share of your patron- ners aro being left out. The people Lexington. April 7. He Is lfl years Mil. W. II. Mcliltliu: was over from age. Olllco in St. Asaph bobcment. tho evangelist ought to reach are not at and tho sire of 47 In the 2:30 list. old Danville on his wheel Monday, adver- - Hespy., Chas. Greene. rushing In droves for seats. " The fastest of his get Is Colorldge, T.t.fjmt lit iLIhi Uiim uutao liK.tllt.. lldii .... 2:051. .J41414 4v.. whiiik Tho Democrat Bays there were 2."0 o'clock and nt Danville at 8 on tho Tab. Nkw LivkiiyStaiilk. Messrs. Geo. MATRIMONIAL cattlo on tho Winchester market Monengaged and wiys B. Prulttnnd Bert P. Shumakor, of Ho has the lecturer Milton Tracy, 24, of Franklin county, day, all common, best 3 cents, while he has assurance of a great crowd at Moreluud, have opened a brand new good would have sold at 4. Hogs livery nt that place and wore hero Tuch- - nnd Miss Jennie Smith, 2.'J, of Mllledgc-vill- brought 3J and mules bold $" to $10 both places. wero married yesterday. higher than a month ago, 15 to 15 day having soma advertising mntter W. B. Nowland, son of Rov. Jacob hands bringing $50 to $t5. s gotten out. They will run a HOME NEWS, E. P. Woods is undecided as to stable and none but the best of rigs will Nowland, tho Garrard county colTeo whether he will make the beason with and Miss Mary Wells were mar- his famous saddle stallion, Eagle Bird, r leave tholr stable. Remember them raiser KciOS. Finest Ply. Hock. Dunks. ried at Richmond. or let him rough it till the fair season when In tho West End. N'BW, Long Opera Guards. Dauks. Ithaibeon decided that a husband arrives. He has proven u great biro hoped that he will Tins Is a lovely climate. Tuesday must pay his wife's funeral expenses, and It is to bo stud even if It bo for be a LKTTUt'Bat Hlgglns Ar McKlnnoy. us softly and as warm- oven though ho is separated from her placed in the tho breezes biew short time. A nkV Disc Corn Drill at Hlgglns tc ly as In Ceylon's sunny ellmo while and gavo no directions in tho matter. Woods 4& Lvnn received from Hud- d Wedncbday's blunts would have done Charles Kaiser killed his young wife dleston it Hubbard, of Canada, u McKlnnoy n. ram. two years old and weighing credit to Iceland's frozen shore. Tho In Norristown, Pa., for tho Insurance COMI'I.HTB lino of llbhing tackloat mercury fell over () degrees in IS hours on her life. He took her driving, and 230 pounds, which cost them SI0. It 1b as lino ti specimen as wih ever seen In Craig it Hockor's. and snow How 'n gusts all day Wednes while on a country road bhot her to theso parts. Same rm bought a far- death. load of ewes and lambs in Cincinnati PUllB Maple Sugur, 15 cts a pound. day. There were frost and loo yester At Barbourville Mr. Henry W. Bow- und shipped them to this county at 3c day and more Is promised for Friday, Warren tc Shanks. man, u young merchant, and Miss Chel-si- a all around. . when it will begin to tfet warmer. Morris J. Farri has bought of RobCulton, daughter of the Into A. Y. Huwnid LoST, diamond scarf pin. G. Evans his Cove Spring farms, TlllBVKS have been getting in their Culton, wero married Wednesday. The ert f jr return to this olllco. known us the Quinlin, Helm, Ball and work on Ed Wilkinson's chicken crop bride is a handsome woman, well re- Nuvo places, at $17 cash nnd equivaSi:i:o Potatoes and Garden Seeds of but they have done bo In v. very genteel membered hero as a pupil of the Col- lent. These farms all In one body, contain f07 acres, and added to Mr. nil kinds at Warren tc Shanks. manner. Ho has lost 20 or .10 but nev- lege. .. The Paris Kentucklan announces that Farrls' other possessions, make him more than two disappear tho same In lurgest Wall Paper cheaper and new sam- er Tho work Is supposed to bo that Immediately after lent, Mr. Ulle J. tho now hasland owner2,420 tho county. day. acres of lino a total of Ho ples now In stock. W. II. McKoberts. s of tho ghosts of tho noted chicken Howard and Mlbs Carrlo Brent Alexland. Advocate. Plymoth Hooks, pure thieves, Fields Salter and Geo. Craig, ander, daughter of C. Alexander, tho nj can be, Too for lf. II. J. Molil-erts- . who aro doing time at Frankfort for a wealthy banker and farmer, will unlto M. C. SAUFLEY small jKirtlon of tho many thefts In tho their destinies. Mr. Howard Is a grad-uat- o of tho law department of Centre Is n candidate for tlio nomination for Circuit Foil Hknt. Dwelling and black- chicken lino they have been guilty of. College and a brother of Miss Gertrude Judge of tills ilMrlct, ulijoct to tho action of tlio democratic party. smith shop at Turnersvlllo. Mrs. Sal-li- o ELOl'BD. Mr. Ivon W. Fish, assis- Howard, who during her stay hero as E. Bailey. tant L. & N. ngent here, and Miss Lola music teacher at tho College, mado S. OWSLEY, many friends. Ho is a very excellent of Husscll county Brazilian Burks, of Lexington, eloped to Bio lot n candidate for tho nomination for ComIs yesterday and wero to have young gentleman and Is said to have monwealth's Attorney of tliS district, subSeed Sweet Potatoes and other seeds been mndo ono last night. Miss Burks already built up a good law' practice in ject to tlio action of tho democratic party. at W. II. Brady's. . . was visiting at Shelby City and joined Covington whore ho has located. The lv you need a cultivator seo tho Now Mr. Fish at that place. Tho groom is Kentuckian says it will bo a model It Is tho latest improved. a splendid young man and during tho match; tho prospective groom, by his Malta. Hlgglns tc McKlnnoy. four years ho has been hero has mado many good qualities, having won tho Tho stockholders of tlio Diinvlllo fc Crab . . tlio 1'ln.t Naa legion of friends. Tho bride, who la esteem of all who know him, and the Orchard Turnpike- will moot at on Saturday, I WILL sell you best quality steel tional Hunk In Stanford. Is a lovely young la- brldo-to-bhere, a winsome lady, whoso April :i. !M)7, for tlio purpose of electing Drooting nearly as cheap as you can buy Sho amiability and sweet disposition has irectors for tlio ensuing year. dy with many accomplishments. Bhinglos. A. C. Sine. JACK IIOSLEV, lMiESME.vr. Is tho eldest daughter of Mrs. Rannio mado her u general favorite. Sho is GKT Withers to Hguro what It will Burks, who formerly lived hero. After ono of the fairest llowcrs In our rose For Salo or FARM TO Acres, well Kent My Farm ofImproved. Dwelcost you to paper a room, make homo a fow days stay in Louisville, Mr. and garden of girls. Inir In limits of town of Stanford, water papers runglng from 3o per Mrs. Fish will return to Stanford and cheerful; and lights freo. J.S. Hundley, Stanford tako rooms at the St. Asaph. single roll to 20o per single yard. RELIGIOUS. SAUKLBY. JOURML Nice lino of Hamburg just received. Shanks. 3 H uXU ( m & IV u-arae- n Flower Seed, s W all ,: fc oeea. m vi, SB u& TLTmI I xwv;mo' ,"!.Paper, FOR SALE. awny-Ju- SZ .TV fiy! a m ; v : A" S3 ; Get our prices before sending your orders i ri st a3 w.m m KJ mn cheap at i I well-know- n I .,' mamsm W. B. MoBOBEETS. DKUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. I I I Ki fiSI to-d-ay lls-c- al Xo man is well dressed without a nice Hat. quarters for mens' wear, and have I am head- The Very Latest Styles In Still's, Cubas, Pashas, and Alpines in Black, Brown and Pearl with the new Hat brims-- J. B. Stetsons hats at $3.50. two-year-ol- Hny-mon- -- H. J. McROBERTS. To open tho windows -- don't go all ocr town looking for n good Drug Store, when you've got track of one, right under your nose. This must be a good Drug Store not because we say so, but because doctors and careful people say so. They aro not hired to praiso it either. Druga cost them regular price, oven if they lay their praises on with a trowel. When you got in tbo way of trading hero you will understand why our patrons 4. DON'T JUMP OVER THE HOUSE or How-ma- n, ... V. I ,..'., Blue-Gruc- PRAISE US. PSNNY'S DRUG STORE. -- WE HANDLE - two-year-ol- ds Star Wind Mills, Geneva Feed Cutters, -- AXD- The Taylor Hose Powers, jeSTSpeciiicntionsnnd Prices with Guaranteo Furnished on Applicition."tB&' o, llrst-olus- B- - K. WEAREN & SON. -- IT MEAXS- - i.M Cots-wol- MN EY IN YOUR POCKET. 11 To buy your now Spring Suit of us. Our lino embraces all grades, from tho medium well mado to tho best high class tailor-madAll sizes from three years to 70; also extra 6izes. Wo can surely please you. m m GIVE US A CHANCE. We aro showing n beautiful line of fhildren'a twopieco Suits, braid and button-trimmeago 3 to 7, at oOc to $5. Wo call especial attention to our Boys' Suits with coat, two pair pants nnd cap for 13 50 to G. Our Men's d, blue-gras- EGGS.--Barr- ed JUDGE -- Joilfor-sonvil- lo J. JR., Is mado by )0U. Clotning first-clas- s workmen and tho fit and quality is O. K Coino let us show SEVERANCE & SON. JBSSfDon't pay a fancy price beforo you see our goods. TURNPIKE ELECTION. - well-know- n c, K, STANFORD FETCHLE WILLIAM SHELTON, Tbo Second Session of 180G-9- 7 COLLEGG. President. OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897". For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our Now Catalogue. Address, MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Pbincipal, Stanford, Ky. m Dbatii. Mrs. Mary A. Martin, one Foil tho first time in tho llvo years ho has been agent hero, Mr. J. S. HIco of tho best old women of tho MoKlnney failed to sell a ticket for tho North- section, died Tuesday morning, aged 88. Sho hnd been in fceblo health for bound pasbonger, No. .M, yesterday. 9 some time, but a week ago sulTored a IMPKOVINU. Col. W. P. Sheridan stroke of paralysis and was unconscious tolls us that $70,000 has been appropri- from that time on. Her husband preated by tho L. tc N. management for ceded her to tho grave many years ago, btcel rails and ballast on this division, but nino chlldron survlvo hor, seven some of which will bo expended be- bona and two daughters, tho former intween hero and Knob Llek. cluding Mr. Bud Martin, of tho Tur'Squire A. G. Fuulkncr nersvlllo vicinity. A largo crowd atTllIALS. will hold court at Kingsvlllo Saturday tended tho funeral at tho Turnersvlllo when tho following casca will bo tried: church Wednesday and heard Rov. W. wino; T. Brooks preach a most appropriate Sam HttDim for selling and' Champ Francis, sermon, after which the, remains wore Sam Murphy breach of the pcaco and Bell Stull and laid to rest in thoiCampboll burying ground. Sarah Singleton, adultery. m two-ste- p Corbett-Fitzslmmo- There aro 442 voices In tho choir at tho Moody meetings In Louisville. The American railroads gave last year $i:il,000 to tho Y. M. C. A. work along tholr lines. In tho outbreak at Tokla, In Asia Minor, tho Turks massacred one hundred Armenian Christians. Tho Methodist Episcopal Church South Year Book roporta: Churches 13, 1563; mombers, l,42o,751. Tho Clvita Catholtca reports 240,000, 000 Catholics In tho world. This Is of tho world's population. Tho Kentucky W. C. T. U. will try to keep tho kinctpscopo views of tho fight out of Kentucky. -one-sixth ns J. B. HIGGINS, -- DEALER IN- - L1!lVi Wo have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our well selected stock of General Merchandise and arc now prepared to Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Agricultural suit to a wedding outfit. Implements, Any thing you want from an Our stock of High-Grad- Farm Wagons, Pleasure Vehicles, e Fertilizers and Goal Stunford, Kentucky. Goods Warranted us Represented. Oflice on Mnlu Street, oppotilto Elmore's Store, J. B. OWENS, Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queonswaro, tie,, was never inoro complete. SiusiUN. FARMS A HARDIN, yMrJis --y it .nrrnt i n -- x THEINTERIOR JOURNAL BRODHeflD. The Grandest lienwly. Mr. It. H, (irvovo, merchant, of Chllhowle Va , cvrtltlen that he had consumption, was given up to y $2 PKBYKAK as-- When not repaid IN" JVTJ will VA-ZSTCI- S2.CO I charged. So, 25 " 'o. 23 " THROW future. Squire Dannie Owens performed a Stanford nt 7:10 a. ui. amP.rcturnsat Train leaves mntrimnniul deal Tuesday between at 4:30 p.m. David Adams and a Miss Brown, of the KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Sayers neighborhood. 12 37 p m No. 24 Train going North .......... Mrs. Ilolman has moved to town 3 13am " " Ho. 26 KENTUCKY CENTRAL 1MI " " South scared LOCAL TIME CISD. DIVISION. to London Monday. In order to till the contract, Willie Albright favors us with n Bucklin Arnica Sulv at his home on the 21st. Is being made in The nest wive In the world for cuts,, brul.es OA wedding dress ulcers, salt rheum. Teier sore, tetter, chap-Ione of our young ladies will sores,baud, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions. town nnd no pay required. It Is It positively probably give us a surprise in the near guirajteed tocures piles or satljl.ictlon or money give ivrfect sil-verl- tc d iihhicv rouw medical Rev. A. J. Pike is out scntterlnsr die, fought all nil coughtrraliiieni maicould hear of, remedies lie procure, tried up In seeds of kindness amongst his breth- but got no roller, stunt many nights fitting lrtsnn-cr- a chair; was Induced to try Ir. King's New r ren. tho ue of two ljotlle. mid was cured by d ..... n..u. ......s. i. . i. ,.ii aiiPTiilliiir to tunnies and Quito a number of young folks JayaDr King's New Discuiery is tlio Brandpt much for him remedy eer made. a it h.silunc the remains of Mrs. Lee 13. Dr. Kings community 1 necom-panloMc-Hnrg- ue and U for others In his New Discovery is guirantood for roughs colds a. d free at cou.umptloa. It don't fall. TrUl V. U. Mcltoliem'drug store. 2 N) i Carpenter, George, 50 acres Oxijier, William, one lot '93.0 2.20 3.50 Clo)d, John, .t acres 'iVJ-3.40 Holnin, IVter, ono lot 'IH-2.53 llockcr, Charles, .to teres '90 n 10 Hiinn, IM, lOacrvs '90 .1 90 Jones, John, 13 acres '936 A Safeguard for the Ittcli, 2.13 -- . McCoimack, Alfre.1, 15 acres ''. Itesults Assured. 4.91 Morton, loliii, 10 acm 'M-1.00 Singleton, Frahk, i! acres 'P6 balance Tho Now T. D. NF.WLAND, SiiEitirr. Oo., '9-f- A fi Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. No Ki.sk GARLAND SINGLETON Is aranJJdatelor Kiiorlntendont of Public Schools ol LlmsiriMsiuntr, subject to the action of the IHnf 71 wrailc p.uty. England Mutual Lifo Insurance Is a mndldalo for Assessor of Lincoln county, Ject to tlio aitlouiifllio democratic J. v. hol.ua i rt. sub. SAMUEL HI. OWENS Is a candldito for slierlltol Lincoln county, subject to thenctlou of tho democratic party. FIR ST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUD, KV. Issues nil Forms of Life, Kndowinont nnd Term l'ollcies Price 25 cents per box. Mcltoberts, Druggist. horaaleliyW.il. Sheriff's Sale for Taxes STATU AND COUNTY. 1 12 01 1 1 " IB m in For all Points. II TICKETS SOLD. TOLEDO AND DETROIT CHICAGO. K Agent, Stanford, Ky. ca-- h are with relatives at the Frith tho hlpheit bidder, for JOE S. HICK, Agent, nnd county Stanford, Ky. Hotel. Owen Jarrett was up from Leb- tho Stato lSSo.tlie following di'orllHd propan exchange of lMMnnd so anon Sunday enjoying erty, or much thereof as may Ikj necessary QUEEN & CRESCENT. of all. Ihj published smiles with the fairest to pay said tu.es. ThN IM wlU DtUKCTORS. 1897. Trains pass Junction City as follows: J. J. Painter, operator at Corbin, Is four weeks and the names will disappear F.'Iteld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harden, Stanford 3 33 p tu 12 (Kip m Ko. 2 North Ho. HSouth .... S. II. Haugliman, " T. Harris, " S. " 4 " spending a few days with his parents from the list as soon as the taxes and costs J. S. llockcr, " Jitrrt thing for Orehanl, Imuv and Gar-u7- i. KWliin " C " No.3."" " T . 1H11, 149pm 1131am No 5 advertising. Is $2. Full ttock of Ornamental and Frnit " K. U Tanuer, McKlunev. W. A. Tribute, Dr. Benton, who has are paid. The cost of COO am near this place. " Il i " Ko.9- -' and Small J.II.Colller.Crab Orch'dj M. J. Miller, Mt.ernon. Tree, Gnux- - I'tiim, Aqtarwjtt Juncfor some Note" Nos. 9 and 10 ran no further than been confined to his room M, D. Elmore, Manford. STANTOKD. NO. 1 Wiutk. Frnit$. We employ no anentt but I at iir-in- g atop there. tion City. All trilus ornciMS. time, Is better nt this writing. Mrs. price direct to the planter. Telephone S 2.53 J. !' lot In Itowland I. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltoterts, Cashier; in office. Strawberry and general artery ANOcInCINNATI RY. 5- Carter's children have measles. Out Delanev.S.. till acres '.V-5FRANKFORT A. A. aicKtnnry, Assistant uasuicr. Dje, J. of Bro. Pike's chilof nine, two-thirC.15 '05-- fi VIA 0 Luuuh.ro WN. Hlatt, Hoss. lot In Kowlaiid. . 3.C5 r. M. a. M dren are down with measles. A. V, Jsringtun, Ay Merslion. William. 'J5 acn-s- '15-4- .; P. K. Co. 03 Ar 12 55 Lve. Somerset, 2,00 3 35 4.0 Mrs. W. H. Collyer spent last Sun- Miller, Jim, 3T acres, '05-- 0 8 20 " 1111 " Jet. City. 3 15 C30 day with her brother, G. E. Painter, In Short, Thomas, lot In Uowland. 'IH5.. .. 2.30 4 50 Arr iScorgctown, I.v 9W SOS OF STANFOUD, KY. FOR SALK 11Y 3 00 ' " C30 11 55 7 20 tho country. James Hays and wife, of The Stanford and Halls Gap Turnpike o 7K.35 5 30 8 40 Arr I'arls Koud and one lot, 'U5-- 0 610 $200,000.00 F. Crab Orchard, are visiting John Haley STANFORD, KY. Pali up Capital, Dally except Sunday. Stanford nnd Lancaster Turnpike i cn. nEncAW, o. r. a. 17,503 SO of this neighborhood. Bro. A. J. Pike The Surplus, 71..:! Golddwt Jfortes for lloth Saddle and liar, Itond nnd one lot, l5-- n was called to Kirksville church last Hy provisions of its charter, dejHxIlors are a Station and Morelnnd net Purport. full v iirotccled us in ational Hanks, Saturday after having preached at that Tliu Carpenters Station Turnpike Koad Jaml- one lot Cattle, Indhl.lnally liable to Jersey And Short-Hor- n lis shareholders Mm held place for six years. M.00 tho extent tit the amount ol IlieirsimK I Herein at 05-- 0 the ar valuo thereof, lu addition lo the amount Tho rough and tumble fight referred STANroiM), NO. 1 CouniEi). iWiirid China, lhvj and Southdown Sheep. In suih tuni. It may ait as nveculor, Choice ,'ndinUual of beM btratn. trustv, Ac, as fully as an individual. to our last between Hope Tharp and C5 Halllnger. Oreen. 8 acres Tendering our thanks to thiw who hat entrustCall or Wnle Your Want. George Reynolds showed up In trial Halley, Tom. 41 acres bu-l2.03 ed their to us, e triinl they will continue to do o, and we otter as a guarantee for prompt atReyTuesday in tho following light: llrlght, Henry. ." acres tention lo same our 20 ) ears' experience lu bank&C, TO LOAN, BONDS ing and aslllteral accommodations as arc consistent nolds and Wm. Albright were playing Hrlght. JetT. 1? acres wlih sound banking. tin cans at each other Hutcher, Matilda, 1 towntlot atnl throwing DiaElTORS. S5 and the can that Reynolds threw went Caron, Sam, 1 acre J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; 3.30 '03-Money to loan on Improu-- city pnerty or proW. II Cummins, Prcaohersvlllc; close to Tharp, when he ran up to Rey Carter, George, ttlot. J. II. Ow.Iev. ductive farms In Stanford and Lincoln couuty al J. S Owsley, Sr., 2.00 Al. 1 acre, 'l" Also I wli S. II. Shan., nolds and gave him three knocks with Christopher, Wlllliitii IJooch, Ciwrccnt. payable iittlclalsl 2.M furnish Winds for public or S. J. Emliry, J. F. Cash, and the said Depoau. Harry, 13 acres a pair of brass knucks Kxecutoni, Adiiiiulstratiirsor l.iursllaus at A. W. Carjs'iitcr; J. E. Lynn, lot. 'l3-- fi Fire le Am agent for fonr of the lwl J. N. Meuefce. Tharp has made himself scarce ever Ellis. Hufordllot, '03-- 0 doing business lu krnlmky and 3..0 urnis-Conin1 orncim. solicit lulrtuiagw of pro;rtv holders lu hlaiitinl. Tho otllcers at this place would F.mhry, Mlt. I lot. '!3-- 0 since. 3.25 S. II. Shanks. President; Smltli, Kmbry, Itatiss same as other cumisinlea doing Isisiim liere. J. H. Owslev. Cashier. be glad to see him. 2.00 WAl.LAfKi: VAHNO.N. AgU Sl.61,1 Evans, Klchnrd, 12 acres, '00 W. M. Hrlghl, Teller 2.43 7 acres. '00 Gardener, Jerry, 2.30 Given-.- , Anthony. Iielrs. 1 lot, 'M a mi? a t & - m l.l'O Glvens, Aaron. 10 acres, 'DO H A KH u i Absolutely D. Walker has returned from the GUI, Green. 1 lot, '" W. 2.03 ..Proprietors Li 2.13 Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and South. Goode, Frank. 1 lot. 'Oil LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE boalthfulness. Assures tha food against alum and 2.13 Geo. Woods has been buying some Goode, Frank, Sr., 10 acres, 'SM all fortnj.of adulteration so common In the cheap 2.05 1 lot, 'Ort brands. Glvens, Top, heirs. hogs hero at He. City, ItoYAL I1aki.no Powder Co., New York. 3.23 Abe Bruce and wife are goln to llockcr, Anderson, I lot, '03-1- 5 Turnouts, promtit attention, verv s 2.60 J. H. SOWDER, MANAGER. Mocker. Joe. 1 lot. 'Of. rtlou of your latrunago is raUw A lit 5.2T ! raovo to Danville. rmpts;tiully soiicitci. Mill, Jordan. 1 lot. '93-- 0 Bro. May will bo at tho Christian 3 , Jackson, Alice, 1 lot, 'l 2.s0 I have opened up a Candy Manufacto- church next Sunday. was out bunday James, Henrv, 1 lot. 'IW ry onLancaeter Street and can supply Bright Swinebroad 2.20 Jones, William. 1 lot. 'Ofi 2.20 PARTIAL LIST FARMS FO 11 SALE among his many friends. 1 lot. '00 Jones, Arch. m 3.10 Jas. Sutton 6old his tobacco last weeK Lackey. William, 1 lot. '00 SHEET Of Many Varieties and Superior ExcelFarm No. 1 Situated lu Lincoln county, Ky., 3.30 1 lot. '03-9city for about oc. Lee, Vina. acres, with a line. n.ir lilx lilrr-- cuiitaluliu 210 barns all necessary every day Mr V Curtis Egbert, in the lency large brick d elllng, two good KY Dr. John B. Owsley bought the corn Logan, Sam. 1 lot. '05-lan experienced maker, is in charge and 2.13 outbuildings, all under good fence; one orchard of Mlddleton, George. 1 lot, '9(5 guarantees satisfaction. Give us a call. at the Field's sale at 81.31. aliout 330 tre ina.la Hum a careiui ami ruoeni of JDeah's Hlack Diamond Hoof Sole 3.33 selectloti of acclimated varieties. This farm Is in a PaluL proprietor Intimates jurnlslicl for painting wood, 91-t- f Some of the tobacco men of Louis- Myers, Jess, 1 lot, 'Ofi iiall-t- y J. A STEPHENSON. and 3.45 high state o( cultivation any will produce In coun- metal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction guaranteed All 1 lot, '90 farm In Lincoln and o,uantlty that of looking after last year's l'utterson, Annie. '95-- 0 roofs lalntesl with Dean's Hlack Diamond Paint ville, are hero 3.00 ty. Price 810 er acre; lernn easy. Cistern 1'um, Kout, S. M., 3 acres, warranted for years-- Dealer In business. '. andtialvanlfcsl Iron Fillers, llaisauUesl and Hlack 5.50 No. 2. Situated In Lincoln county, Ky., Shears. Frank. 10 acres. '05-9- 0 fence, Iron Hoofing of all kinds. " well linroTed, all under 300 aero Jacob Robinson, of Atlanta, Ga. U in Stewart. 311ns, 2 acres, '93-- 0 3.50 . fine IkIv ot tlmbr. 73 acres of river i.ll 1.-to see his people and friends for a Suiwart, Larkln, 1 acre, '90 l)ttom, In tine condition foranyklnd of fanning KOUTE. casn in Trice Sis ter acre, 2.00 prolucts few days. The Best Line toand From Trlbbtc. Hen, 2 acres, '90 hand, lalance In 1 and 2 jeurs. l.W Improveme nts has returned from Vandeveer, Jess, 9 acres, '00 No. 3. Contains 13) acres, J. A. Hammonds All persona desiring Usust Poits for plank fence, .. iii.. . . i,. r..,,rmn find what tiler 2.13 excellent water, fine apple orchard, nice location the city with a nice lino of Spring and Withers, George, 1 acre, '00 very productive, about 5 miles from Stanlord. want at my store near Cedar Cnk, 011 the pise. All Points In Michigan. 2.00 Price (i 000. 1 acre. '93-- 0 summer goods. Ho wants to buy u few Warren. Syd, iircuaru " o......... . Horn No. 4. Situated In Lincoln county and contains ktsjoou hand a supply of pUnk for fencing. AH dozen eggs now as they are 6carce and OHCMAHI). NO. 2 White. also hoards ORAH kln'tsof lumber for bnlldlng 95 acres, all or which Is tine, productive, riser with Milendid luiiimvemeiits, all under and abtnglra. All ers.ins desiring any article ol WWte City Special." high. '95-- 0 r . . 4.45 fence plenty of never falling water and will pro- this klud can call on me at my Atchison & Johnson. ICO acres. Ulost Terminal Station. 32 0 w, alMll.l.TON. Hnbble Is on a boom now as we have Ilruce, William. 40 acres. '90 3.30 duce tine hemp, tobacco and com. Price l,ur, Crrek. "ST. a new telephoeo which puts us in com- Chnppoll Jfc Stelnegger. 250 acres,- '90 . . 2.90 terms easy. No. 5. Htuatcd Just outside of city limits on a Avoiding the Tunnel 3.00 splendid turnpike and between town and munication with Lancaster, Danville Fnrrls. J. It., 300 acres, '95 dwelling, bam tul all necessary outbuildand many other places. We hope to Hamm. J. V.. 100 acres. '05-- ti . . . . 2.93 splendid water for Iwlh domestic ami lock ings, ample H. '90 This farm is all under good fence and in a soon bo nble to speak across the hills to Moore, D.ivld. 132 acres Wagner Sleeping Cars. high state urcullhatlon, In fail lis producing qual-- I Oaks, Jemima, 10S acres. '9:M-- 5 . . . 5.20 ili- - ur lirsi class and snd to none In Ihe culm- Stanford people. 2.23 tv; lu addition to this it is contiguous to the city, Will carry a larger stm k o( Furniture ol all kinds Oaks, Jim, 50 acres. '90 llr?'!!,c"1c',l.,,.,r1,,'," w'hlch Is a blessing lu the way of Wing close to the this scar than ever '9(1 . . 10.00 Buffet Parlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Cart, Prlvat Plows The Oliver Chllle.1, Ottcnhelmer. Mrs. Clara, 1 lot, NEWS. fine educational and relntioiis raciuties. Coaches and Dinai.d IjcliiU ol 1 CuniiartmentCars, Klegaut Silver Steel and Chattanooga Miovels, hall cash, balance in and 2 years. Ottenhelmer. Jacob, 717 acres. '93-- 0 . 20.75 Malta Doulde ing Cars. containing 133 acres, kinds. CultHatorsand No 7. NearCrab Orchard call .... U AnilronMrs. Susannah White, aged 5)4, died i II I .,.. JUIMI V"t lo.lrs.t 40 acres. '941 . . .5 well Improved lu eery urtlcular ami nicely loca- make, the Us.t lu the world aFanners, down In and buggy get any tbli'g you want from Be aure your tickets read via "MO FOUR " Singleton, Mrs. C. W.. one lot, 'OVG . . 01.75 ted. Price 810 r acre; terms liberal. In Madison. D s.caiu'i:nti:ii. I). U. MAUTIN, Hes,ecii..lly, y E O. MtCOtlMICK. brick No. 2.4 Contains 400 acre, flue Warren, Jno., agent Hays. 40 acres. '90 9.00 Wm. Pitman was drowned while Oen. P.iv. A Tkt. Agt. PassangerU'r.itfio Mjr., splendid Inrn and nil Wetland, Charles, 00 acres, 'nil J. . .. 2.75 dwelling with SriMiins, never tailing water together Milium nf CINCINNATI, OHIO. floating saw logs near Plnovlllc. & In the Yield m. n aoll ilint will site OKCMAHD, NO. of Madison UAGOAOB ClinCKED THKOUGH. For any Information enquire ol whero Miss Maymo will finish her APL. xa, 1897. course, which will fully qualify her to MONDAY, iK'twecn the liotirs of A. M. and 4 . m., nt "Marmshlp" at the academy. door In tho town of StanSproule, of Lebanon the Mrs. Maud to Junction, Mrs. II. P. Dunn, of Mnrets-bur- ford. Lincoln county, Ky., I will oikc eourt-hoU'O Surplus $15,750. All Policies Instictl Participate in the An- ls f.ir Aisseuirof Lincoln lllllllly, sub. Cnnh Sur- Ject to thu action of the deiuoeiatlu party. Vuur Attention o( the public Is called to the fact that nual Distribution of Surplus. this is the only National Hank In Stanford. Un- render nnd Participating Paid up Insur- supori iscarncsiiy soiiciieti. der the protMnus ol the National Hank Art depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, ance. 91. but bv tho stockholders' liability lor an amount eo,uaftn the stock, so that deltor of this instituEvery Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub" tion are spcitrt-- by a fund ol iJtO.OUO. Five sworn Ject to the action of the democratic artr. statements ol the condition m the Hauk are made Policy. each year to the United States (loiernmcut and its BVM!ts are examined at slated times by government CorresNo catch clauses; No fine print. ' securing additional and perfect safety agents, Capital Stock S100.000. BEAK THIS IN MIND. EMMETT McCORMACK . Values Endorsed on pondence Solicited. F. ELKIN g, tae, In hand, to pay for tlio year thus to depositors. Thisluslliutlon.'orlgliially pstabllshett as the Deposit Hank ol Sianlonl lu ls3s, then reorganlred as the National Hauk of Stanford in lM'J nndagaiu reorganlrwl as the First National Hank of Stanlord In IM'2, has had practically an uninterrupted exist-eufor 33 years. It Is letter supplied now with tacllitles for tranvicllng business promptly and liberally than .er leforo in Its long and honorable carer. Accounts of Indhidiials, tlduclurles, firms and Individuals solicited. cf JOE T. E9IBRV C. G. BAKER JXSSE D. WEAEE1T, Is a candidate, lor Assessor of I.lucolii county, iub Ject to the aitloii or the deiuocrallc party and earnestly asks your support. Blue Grass Nurseries. SPRING, la a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln couuty, suli-Je-it to the action ol ilia demot ratio party Thinking the aouthein end of the county Is entitled lo a slice of the pie, he asks your supirt. ?'am WILLIAM 9IOREL.ANO Is a candidate for Assessor ol Lincoln, subject to the action of the democratic aity. Ho kindly asks your supsit. h-I- .. Farmers Bank&Trast SAM W. MENEFEE Jt lu the action of the dcnioiratlr Is a Is a candidate for Miiili! of Lincoln county, sub. parly. REID, DINK FARMER candidate for Juller, sulijoct to the of the democratic party. nc-tl- on aredt-lxdtor- s ROYAI Mason Hotel !.. MRS U. SIMPSON, t Pror. "? LanciiHtcr, Kentucky. MK Ml 4! d Newly furnished, clean heds; uplendld Portent Kvciythhig mhlo. bt) meet all train's lirnt-ciHi- FIEE Co., I1TSURA1T0E : risaaou-ableiali-- '- Caledonian Insurance of Scotland. .sTASIUUD, KV. POWDER Pure HUBBLE, KOUNFJICD IHOG. nn nnm SHELBY SHELBY, Ky. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, C EXCHANGE. Junction First-Clas- CANDY KITCHEN FRESH CANDY A. S. PRICE, 8urgeon Dentist, INTERIOR kJUILDlNG: JOURNAL J.X.Jones, m IIS STANFORD, Stanrord, Ky. Hulldlng. UJf JUUL Otnce over McIUlierU' Drug Store In the Ow.ley (1 Til MS, s 0 HGENTS WHNT6D. In every county In Kentucky for the Horx Collar Protector the rcnti-s- t Invention that eti-- has Uh-i- i Invented, to ro on liors.) collars. Llely nj;entM mnko'tJ o und H tM'rday. I'orfiirth,rtwrtlculars,n-plvtr "BIG 4: lt sriti-rvd- V. Ovuerul Agent, Junction City, Ky. T. HICHAHDftON. one-ini- .... - gl TBOMBSm SUED. MR Ml lea-ltu- -.- irl tot-im- purs; LOUIS. ', toll-gat- BOSTON. pur-pox-- s. D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, H5., There nro none Utter. Thej irrow larger. Mature quickly. Fatton well at any np'. (illtMuml Vouni; Hoars Heady for packfor sale. Ilam-- Plymouth Hock ed for shipping il: ilellseivd nt lioinueeii-- l Five (. 'outs imt Sttlnr; of Fifteen. All liniulrli's clierfiill niiswi-rvd-. J. M. i-- H. J.'KcEOBZHTS. Stanfcrd. NEW YORK. VICINITY siu,-00- 1 I'P -- two-stor- O W w 14 -- ' in V T3 n u c o X T5 0) O ttw 5 3 c p (0 I I So CD CO CD 3 0.3 4- to -! 3 a c J V in Mrs. Beverly Broaddus, Qjutny, fell and broke her leg and died from the shook. Tho Richmond Register didn't devoto much space to tho event and disposed of it as follows: "The firm of Jackson & Walling, doing business in Kentucky, has been dissolved, both parties ratlrinir the slieriu cioseu uicm oui. A dispatch from Richmond says: "Brewer, tho famous fox hound, own ed by Walker Bros., of Paint Lick, Is dead. Ho was tho sire of many noted dogs, which have sold for from 810 to $100. Ouo litter of seven fox hounds, grand-sirof which ho was tho brought S30 each. Ho was valued at e, ing of any kind of farm products .sltiwUsl on good - - 2.75 pike, close to school and church. Price Sin cr Howard, Tom, 2 acres, balance am-- ; easy terms. 1.55 Humljur, Sam, 1 acre stories high, new stock of 32. Morn house 3.75 general merchandise wlilch still invoice ss vu; Corn ami Welch, Tom, 4 acres. '05-1- 5 three dwellings with gisxlsliible, ware and buggv Order Offlco and Feed Fxchange, near the ltallroad hniiiie and all neiensary oiitbuildlngs with apleii Crossing, IK'lit Stnrt, WAYNESHL'HG. NO. 3 White. did wells and cisterns to eath dwelling; the total - 1.60 amountof land uou which the buildings stand Is Haxter, William, 100 acres two ncres. Cost of building the atnr house a l Coal Yard, Mill Street, lately .1. H lilgglns'. Haugli, Alfred, 12 acres. '95-- 0 . . . . 3.45 tliniUelllrBi was'VWOnnd the land The Satl.faitlou guarantcsl. Hastln, Lance, heirs, 105 acre, '90 . . 1.00 presoot prlitj for all the ah e prorty i5 ). Liunl Kxctirstons conducted, Factories Hastln, J. M., lot IniKowliind. '90 . . 2.15 s 0 Located, Lonns Negotiated, Hoyce, Mary, 35 acres, '90 Cain, O. W., (n. r.), 75 acres, '00 . . . 1.20 Furnished, Kents Collected. Write to ON IMPHOVr.D FAHMS J. II. SOWDKU, Slnnford, Ky. Carman, Mezeklah, 20 acres, '90 . . . 1.75 Oil AH - ---- --. to SON, DEHLERS IN COHL, NOEL Hay, "Qq lyTQV 74 Bicycle until you sVW alii iiari learned dincounti on ''Winger' Sirdar 85 High Grade 1$!7 Station R, Chicag Pattern ana warranted. K. 11 Winger Stanford; Kentucky. ?I,l. Ab-dract- m unks 'tf.S, n. 'J2K, IU HI 1 MONEY TO LOAN attach finilinCD tnaileortomake of to any II UE, II slz pump-uVgwt- SoOO." tl Q .3 3 O 3 i Id Z (0 a s c o o o .C c CJ9 o 3 m c a 0 Harry Smith, of Dalton, O., feared bo robbed and placed a loaded rlllo so It would bo discharged when an effort was made to open the door. The next morning for Smith getting about the death-tra- p pulled the door open and tho load that ho had intended for a thief wont thro' his liver killing him instantly. On April 1, 1,000 miners will bo put to work in tho now cannel coal fields In Lawrence county. that his meat house would l! STORE '. to ROOM Sun ford, Take Laxative Ilrorao Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money If It fails to Cure. For w n MplLilxirla. "rli7 .t Hocker and U. L. Penny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. m .i.u On Mhin Street, KBlsTT. FOR Aply W. r . . f. WALTON. Something to Know. worth sonietheag to know that tha very U--t medicine for reatorlug the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor It Klectric Bitters. This medicine is purely vagetable acts by giving lone to the nerte centres In the stomach, gently stimulates the liver and kldne)i and slds throe organs In throwing off Impurities lo the blood. Electric Hitters Improves the appetite, aids digestion and Is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood purifier and nerve toMc Try It Sold for 50o and jl per bottle at W. D. drugstore. It may 1m u' 0 Crlsler, J. G 90 acres . , 2.35 Fischer, John, 127 acres Frailer. Hobert. 12 acres, '95-- 0 . . . 3.00 Graljowskl, Fred, (n. r.), 100 acres, '05-- 0 3.20 Gtiiin, W. A., (ii. r.). COO acres, '05-- 0 . .11. ,0 Hamm. Samuel. 12 acie-s-, 'OO. . . . 1.50 1.35 Jewell, M. C, SO acres. '90 Leacli, General, ;(n. r.). 50 acres, '00 . 1.60 2.45 Lee. John S.. 37 acres, 'OtJ 2.15 Longer, Ernest, 50 ncres . - Mulllns, Samuel S 82 acres, '95-- 0 . . 4.10 1.05 Lone. JosCiih. 40 acres, '93 . McDonald, Mrs. Mattlo, lot Klngsvllle . .85 . - - - . l.oo Mulllns, Sarah, 3 acres 80 Hoss, George, (n. r.), 65 acres - 2.85 Koblnson, William, 10 acres, '93-- 0 ItowUiud, O. Alfred, 64 acres, balance 1.150 - - - 80 Schmltz. Mrs. Hugo, 20 acres - U.65 SImms, John D., CO acres, '93-- 6 Tranter, Frank, 202 acres, '00 - - - 3.15 Vlrmond, Kolnbold, 40 acres. '90 - - .80 . .85 Walls, Mrs. M. E., 40 acres, '95-- 90 Warner, Charles, (n. r.), 7 acres, '90 . .80 Watklns, Sarah A., (n. r.), acres. '0d - .45 Waters, Mrs. Elizabeth, 86 acres, '98 - .80 White, H. L.. 75 acres, 'W - - - - - 1.95 Young, Mrs. Sarah J., 31 acres, '05 - - 1.25 --2.50 Hall's heirs. 05 acres, 'DO True, Tho M aBTBBBBBBrRBBH a rvo I bHbbbBbbI resenting thro KiaViKMilHBH BE HbMbBbIbBBBBbB ous! e In Lincoln connty. Ky., at6 Interest; no couiiuImIoii charged. iuiiik, XV. DAW, ISooiu 17, Wetiyon Ky. For I lank applications and further Informa.Saunders, Attorney, Stantlon.lWiulreofJ. N. 1111 lr ni:W'fiS! mill. and grind r"-- kinds of f;rtn,aeperaior niism. sw E,B. WINGER. Station R, flour. CHICAGO. iiii'i Rep- for11, Ky Winger's Steel S'LNLD and dif-- f dr. vr. b. puwrinr MSBBBBBBBI Joiik II. Castm:man. ... .... r e n kinds t t of MTWW r. ifS.owood s simple Awardsd World's Fair Diploma and Medal. UaIvmI.! Tanks. Itagnlators and OH ml. . Terrace. Chlcairo, A. conjtrucUxl Meehanloally S. U'lv.jvu a,i U. lUMUM. --- HUSTONVILLE, NO. 4 White. Hell, Chariot It., 75 acres, '96 Henedict, Wesley E., 115 acres, '95-Christopher, D. V., allots, balance '90 6 6.S0 8.P0 4.20 OOlce on Lancaster street at Residence And VaiKirlzors for head and face, there- Is no necessity In teavlng home at n grent outlay of tlm i and money, for Hot Spring or Health Sanitariums, since by their use tho same deolred results liiellmliiatlng diseases ensue and additional adviiutuges, the nomKentucky inal cost, the undoubted superiority of a Huitonville, - - vapor bath over tlm customary one, and each member of the family being lioiiented. Progressive physicians fully undone them Offers his services to the people of West Lincoln and their testimonials can bo shown. The and Casey couutlwi. Full stock ol Cottlnsaud Cs. Vaporl.or for face and head can also bo eta always on hand. " medicated like the bath, rendering Immedi V. o. (Jareuter, Aianager. ate re'ler lu lirouciiiai troubles, uatarrti, Asthma, May Fever, Ac. Dermatologist all uso this Vaporlzur for beautifying the complexion, eradicating all unsightly blemishes and iihjei'tloniiblo urlukles. Sec, Imparting sfcnd unheard of beauty and cleanliness. Try one and be convinced. On exhibition at STANFOUD, KV. Miss Lizzie Ueazley's und Craig & Mocker's, - Cabinets Bath Oentlst, Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. J. T. SUTTON, TJndertalcor, BERBEE S CaSTLEMSB. MANAOKIIS, Commerce Building, LooiiTiUt. Agents Throughout the South. H. D. PHILLIPS, fnAlrlnv Gun Look Ssnita a W. Stanford, . TllXBBZiVf Agent, HUSTONVILLE, Hurton, L., heirs, 13 acres '90 Ueizley, John, 1 townilot,y9J-- i NO. Stinfordt 4.73 3.W ?, 5, HUGHES, Southern Agent. J UpboUUrlng All lrln.U itnn. .1 mssonable raU-ipeoialty. Satisfaction gusraotevd. Kentucky,' int .'.. ... M, . -- k A. j!Ll-j1i1- l r.id&Ji?i&m&j. t?ktiriSiitmjmJ