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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897033001 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. - rifj''" .'f..i. .Tii. I.i SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. POLITICS. John W. Horrymnn, Versailles, is tho first Kentucky appointment under MoKinloy. o President It is probublo that A. K. Stovonson will bo a candidate for circuit judge In IMoomington, 111. Kx-Vic- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY, MARCH 30. LANCASTER. RELIGIOUS. "sanctl-llcatlons." 189T. NO. 9 MATRIMONIAL. number of our people will go to The Intensity interesting revival at Judge W. L. Dawson united the desyour city on April fith to hear Rev. Sam Porryvllle chwed last night. There tinies of Jack Lunsford and Miss Lucy i were over 10) conversions Jones. . and Weaver yesterday. Tho fruit crop has been badly injurAdvocate. In Claiborne county, Tcnn., Callls ed by the cold weather, that which was ' Thirty Amoricau ministers were Herrln, aged 00, and Mrs. Henrietta advanced being entirely destroyed. permitted to kiss the Pope's too at Watson, aged 80, were married. The funeral of Dr. William Huffman Colson otTored an the other day In Rome. The Congressman Sam Williams, of Blairvillo, Mo., has amendment to the Dlnglcy bill increas- was largely attended and the remarks very tnought Issulllcicnt to make a dog acknowledged that ho has four living wives and Is now ready to be prosecuing tho duty on cnnnel coal from 7icts. of Kldor (iowen were eminently appro- vomit, priate. Tho president and cabinet are much ted. to $1 per ton. W. O. Rigney was called to Caioy mixed as to religious allliliation. The Thomas Robinson, a widower of 78, Dr. J. I). Woods, of tho Howling Green Courier, thus diagnoses tho ease: county again on Friday to hoe his fa- president Is a Methodist, but there are eloped with 17 year old Pattic Willard Judge Holt's Senatorial boom died of ther, Maj. F. D. Rigney, who Is danger- three Presbyterians, a Congregationali- from Parkersburg, W. Va., and made i ously 111. sm an independent, a Unitarian and a her his wife. congenital cyanosis. Thomas Posey, aged 77 years, died at Roman Catholic. Kentucky Congressmen wore A follow at Louisville sued his wife The Rev. J. B. Crouch, pastor of the for divorce and alimony, and the lower notllled Saturday that no Federal ap- his home near Buckeye on Wednesday, pointments would Ikj made In this State Jlth. of heart disease. Ho was a prom- First Baptist church, who has accepted court gave him both, but tho nppellnto the charge of the church at Stanford, court decides that the law only prountil after the Senatorial light was sot- - inent farmer. A little child of John C. Marseo died will preach his farewell sermon Sui.-da- vides for alimony from husband to Tho election lxard at Chicago on Thui'fduy of wiioopltnr cou'h. That Ludlow item in Covington Com- wife. In that city disease and measles that tho jwoplo's party are spreading in' monwealth, March 20. George Graham, of Valley View, 0. is not a party under the law, and re- that section of the" county. The editor of this pajHjr has decided eloped with his brother's wife to In fused to allow tho convention's nomiIf all those after whom next Thurs- - to accept a church for two Sundays in diann and was married. the l.lo. wt P.uJIj II.... in uium.-ii-..1 uij- - tho month. As this is not generally husband heard tho news he When t. , ll nees to go on the olllcial ballot. inn n ijij j remarked: Only Jive pages of tho tarltr bill woro servo It, it will be the largest celebra-- i known wo mention It. to Invite "George Is a bigger fool than I thought disused of In the HouxoSaturdny. On- tlon ever given on tho continent. in order to visit some Held he was." ly 1 pages out of l.VJ have been gone t The Blind Boone Concert Company in the Stute C. K. Nash, In Baptist The youngest married Jcouple in over in two out of live days allotted for will play at the in lumens- - j Inquirer. Cleveland, O., are Hcnry'McQulstcn nuto rule. i debate under tor on Friday night, April 10, under A Virginia bishop delivered an ad- and wife, who are 10 and 15, respecThe four men calling themselves the auspices of the K. P. lodge. The! dress to young ministers in which he tively. Tho wife attends school while democrat who will vote with the re- j company Is highly recommended and' advised them to refrain from trying to the husband does chores aroundjlils fapublicans for tho Dlngley bill are said seats are mjIHiil' ranldlv. imitate Sam Jones. The bishop is ther's office. to be Meyer, Davy, and llrou.nrd, of Tho republican State central com- - right. Imitators of Samuel make a Louis Darwin and wife, of St. Paul, Louisiana, and Slaydon, of Texas. s, besides Minn., resjKictivoly aged 107 and 101 milieu mi uuopioii rosuiuuons caning sorry spectacles of Is an apJ. L. McCoy, of Plnevillo, j on all republican memlx'rs of the Leg inducing disgust on their hearers. years, recently celebrated the 80th anplicant for tho Plna Indian agency In islature l) siipHrt Dr. Hunter for U. In the M years since Its establish- niversary of their marriage. The Arizona, and Is very strongly lndon-ed- , S. Senator and declaring that "disloy- ment the British and Foreign Bible So- whole country extends ItsSfolicltations. having on hi papers the names of some alty at this critical moment deserves ciety has distributed l7,:it50,(H) Bibles, May they live long and?prosper. Kentucky republi- tho severest condemnation." n of the testaments and lawks of extracts from This from the Midway Clipper will cans. About It! (iVlinIr ittni1iiv nlirlit tln the Scriptures. It has been recently Interest the young people hero, where "of J. " Triplets wore born to tho wlfo dire peals of tho tiro bell woro hoard found out that In Persia these publica- tho prospective bride has frequently A. Jackhon, who Is a candidate for ' ' county and the cir- and there was rushing to and fro, until ' tions ore utilized by tho natives In tho visited: Society has been on tho tipIn Onivos was learned that Mime boxes were on manufacture of papier macho articles. toe of expectancy for some time awaitcumstance should give him a big load. it lire in tho public square, and that the y The American Baptist Homo Mis- ing the announcement of tho date of At this rate he will need thoouleeprut-t- boll was rung purely as a matter of fun. sionary society, this year is fucing a tho marriage of two of tho county's badly. This from tho Richmond Pantagraph Such conduct is Inexcusable and may financial crisis of great severity, it is most popular young society people, Mr. ought to scare 'em Into lino If uuy thing be productive of bad results. Tho mat- calculated that the debts of the society Isaac Parish and Miss Dessie Wingate. will: Woo to thofO men who are light- ter will be Investigated with a view of up to March 31 will amount to $180,000. The nuptial knot uniting the lives of In addition to this the debt of the these young people is to be consummaing tho republican Senatorial nominee bringing tho offenders to justice. Your correspondent regrets to learn American Baptist Missionary Union ted on Thursday evening, April 22. ut Frankfort. Politically shaking, that our mutual friend, tho popularand will be WOB.OOO, making tho total debt their doom Is Mailed. Oeneral enterprising grocer, II. M. Ballon, saw of the two associated societies $180,000 FATAL SHOOTING AT LILY. First Ai.ststant Postmaster has lulled a very sensible lit to take umbrage at tho facetious ref- by the end of this month. Perry Heath Fakuisto.v, March 20. Sunday at rule that olVemfivo partisanship shall erence to his action when tho boypscut. It was at Metchuen, N. J., that the Lily, Abo Mink fatally shot William spurious orders to him over tho tele- - unmarried young men were invited to not bo considered provocation for reHodge. The report comes to me that , Mich action Is idiotic. He seems to take esooclal of-- 1 bring all their gloves, socks, etc., .Mink moval from olllco unions was in his store and came outside , "They are not needing repairs, to a Presbyterian shown to have loon detrimental to the Flense at tho oxpro-lonto close a window when Hodge stepped all dead yet." thinking the Intention church sociable and watch the girls service. up into Mink's store door. Mink asked January 1st there woro all told, in was to undervalue or cast a reflection mend and darn. A cup of chocolate and him what he wanted and Hodge said: Now any In a sandwich were additional attractions. i, of which on his mental capacity. Kentucky, 2,ll "You d s. o. b., I thought I told you and tention of the kind is hereby disclaim- It cost each young man a dlmo to get number uftyiovonnru presidential never to speak to me and made a pass ofll. ed and it Is 1iok.h1 that ho will become In, and lots of them gave It. Tho scheme 'M) are designated as money-orde- r to draw a wcuxn, when. Mink began reconciled and never raise the question proved a great money raiser. c?s. Tho commissions of ut least half of firing, shooting Hodge through the A London judge has ruled that when will expire as to his own intelligence again. presidential the left temple and shoulder, the lust bulThe announcement of Judge M. C. a worshIier by mistake, put a larger during tho year. Saiilloy-iinHon. J. S. Owsley, Jr., for amount than intended into the church let coming out under tho arm. During Tho edl'or of the Frankfort Capital, Hodge struck Mink in the meets tho hearty approval collection box, tho monoy can not bo the shooting who is assistant adjutant general, pubhead with a pair of brass knucks, from delishes a red hot article against Hunter, of the democracy here. The able, fear- refunded on a plea of error. The tho effects of which Mink was convery truly: The great less and faithful manner in which they cision grew out of a suit brought by a fined to lu which ho his bed with a physician in conmajority of the ioople in Kentucky have discharged their duties entitles woman who, during a lit of mental stant attendance. Richard Stapleton placed In tho pinto a soverwill be glad to see the Cumberland them to tho full support and endorseand Win. Bullins were with Hogdo at whipped out of town as ment of the jKirty; and since they deal eign (W) Instead of a shilling (25 cents.) tho county schemer time of tho shooting, tho latter firexclusively with tho judiciary, and She therefore sought to recover $1.75. ho was a year ago. ing once at Mink. All tho parties were It is Htated that the sliver men from could, In no wny effect tho legislative The court held that tho moment the under the influence of liquor and had tho Third district, who have gathered In the passage of a law, it would be the money fell Into tho plate It became an been on bad terms heretofore. Mink at Frankforl to work for Hilnter, are height of folly and fanaticism to op- accepted offering to the Lord, nnd that went to London and surrendered to the doing so under a pledgo from him that pose them on account of their views on neither tho church otllclnls nor tho officers. certain sllverite candidates for elrcut any one Ishuo. Such procedure would courts nre at liberty to authorize Its reSAM JONESISMS. judge and Commonwealth's Attorney bo equivalent to forsaking the profes-fo- r turn to the donor. in your school because he does not no republican opposition. shall have I believe that If Tammany should go you about the best method VICINITY NEWS. What fools to listen to sucli promtses agree with to hell In a body they would knock the of planting corn or sowing wheat. Tho and to accept them would bo outragMonticello Is preparing to havo wa- devil In tho head and elect their own party advocates a number of principles eous. dovtl. Wayne county democrats have aiid Its oxlst'.Miee does not depend on ter works. Tho The populists are good people. .Thoy Monticello, Jamestown and Somerset nominated tho following stroug ticket any one issue. Thoy tiro uncompromismay go to Heaven some day, but they Nowhich will sweep all before it in ing democrats and a solid support is ex nre now connected by telephone lines. will never go to Washington. City Attorney E. J. Howard, of vember: County Judge, Charles pected which will insure victory. I believe that a woman has the right ShorllT, Henry Henlger; t Tho splendid sketch of the notorious was badly Injured In a runto bo everything she wants to bo except County Attorney, W. R. Cress; Jailer, Jim Brldgewater in your hint isue re away. will A dispatch from Washington Jsays tho father of a family. Thomas H. Lair: Assessor, Rev. Wes- calls an Incident that people be rememand which bered bv a number of I havo but two planks In my platform. postFrank Is Indelibly written on the ley Denny; Superintendent, tablets of that J. L. Jarrett will be the next I am for everything that is against A. Falrehlhl; my momory, as I was one of the princi- master at Brodhcad. Shearer; County Clerk, pal characters. Some time after his W. J. KInnaird was elected secretary whisky and against everything that Is Circuit Clerk, Isaac Walker. v in the White and treasurer of the Mingo Coal and for whisky. Gov. Bradley denies that ho promis- ' death, a christian lml Oak neighborhood claimed to be able Coko Company. Middlesboro News. I am an uncompromising, ed Mr. Blackburn to vote with the to communicate with departed spirits day, every- - hour Cool-oIf he Is by writing. A Cully Dalton, who killed John democrats except on tho tariff, number or gooil people down prohibiJudge met one night at tho residence of John formerly of this county, was Indictelected U. S. Senator, or that "You have Smith on Dix River, Fast of the resi- ed for murder by the Pulaski county tionist. Morrow wroto him that: dence which was afterward built on the If you nro a democrat or a republi been deceived by Hanna; you havuboen Lancaster turnpike, between Stanford grand jury and his trial was set for can, you had bettor change your poll- decolved by McKlnley. There Is but and tho bridge, for tho express purpose yesterday. Tho directors of tho Southern Build- tics beforo you die, or else take your one thing for you to do and that is to of holding a seance to ascertain if now and quit you thoro was anything In spiritualism. ing and Loan Association hehbn meet- summer clothes along with you. light; if you lay down room was darkened, songs were aredono forever in Kentucky polities." The a table and a slate were procured ing at Knoxvlllo and again assumed Tho eminent linguists who aro maksung, Tho Louisville Times Is moved to re- and all the conditions being favorahlo charge by direction of tho United ing tho now Oxford Dictionary of tho mark and all honest men say "amen:" some remarkable manifestations wero Suites court. Thoy elected John P. English languago havo already llnlsh-e- d spirits of many old peo- -' Heap gonoral mnnager. Dr. Whltesldes Godfrey Uuntor has realized. Tho died "A," "13" and "C." after having lu that neighboreverlastingly ham- nle, who had There is talk of J. W. Hosklns, ono been at work for 30 years. At that rato been hopelessly and hood, claimed to bo present and com- strung la his endeavor to buy and Ho munlcated freely. At last Brldgewa- of tho best democrats In Casey, making we will only havo to wait 230 years his way to tho Senate of the United ter claimed to be present, and I held tho race for circuit clerk. As school more beforo wo can buy a copy. States. Senator Stego has joined tho the slato so no one could see and wrote, superintendent several years ago, ho 'Jordan am a hard road to trabble," machine, "Jim how many men did you rob dur- made a reputation that will help him revolt against the gum-sho- o is no longer true, a steamboat having ing tho war?," and placed It under tho , no more recruits from tho bound money table. Tho pencil began to move, but wonderfully if ho enters the race. recently boon placed on tho river, While Mart Runyon and ttwo chil- which makes tho trip from Jorlcho to democrats are to be hnd for love, hate, I could hour my heart beat above tho d dren, six and woro row monoy or promises of public plunder, grating of tho pencil. At last it three times, which was a signal ing on tho Cumberland river near Flat Tiberias In live hours. fow more days will see this stick and a Lightning struck a stablo in Ohio that tho messago was finished. I rebut adventurous soldier of fortune de- moved tho slato and after glancing nt It Lick, Knox county, tho skiff was suck- county, ran through a loft of hay, tore serted by all but a corporal's guard of a moment, Uncle Luban Withers said, ed under a mill dam andupset. The a largo hole In tho iloor and killed a "What Is thomatter?" My expression old man, who Is 05, swam shore, liorso, but did not sot tho hay or stablo his followers. gold demo- had told it all. With faltering lips adlstanco of 200 yards, with the chilof the Speaking on lire. and throbbing heart, I read these dren crat's bolt to Hunter, his homo paper, words, "Go to h 1. d n you. I will safely.hanging to him and landed them John D. Whlto plead guilty to tho .. tho Owonsboro Messenger, says: Mr. meet you nt the plko gate charge of disorderly conduct In jumpconstituents fully understand That messago disbanded tho seanco. Balrd's A member of tho Nebraska Legislahim to do it. They know Wo, and I especially, concluded that ture hus Introduced a bill in that body ing on R. D. Hill and was fined $10 at what induced They know thoro was something in spiritualism. I making It a misdemeanor for any man Frankfort. tho methods of Hunter. somo of his agents, and thoy havo was forced to go homo and the only way In the Stnto to havo In his possession a With Senator Llnney a typo of tho learned to know Mr. Balrd slneo thoy of egress was through the pike guto. deck of cards containing inoro than them at trusted hiin to represent despicable Spveral gallant young men kindly four aces and four kings. Ho had doubt- average machine solon it is singular ho to act as my bodyguard and wo less run up against a foul deck. i Frankfort. Ho is tho mostearth in tho doesn't rush into print oftoucr. (With creature on tho face of the tho First proceeded. Tho darkness was very The sweet pea, which has become a apologies to tho fraternity.) Covingthick. A loose horse at a corn shock very popular flower, was first cultivated estimation of tho people of Leirlslativo district of Daviess county, near the gato put us to flight and our In Sicily about the year 1700, and of ton Commonwealth. noble steeds were not checked until I Apology accepted, with tho promiso who voted by a majority of exactly four origlnUl varieties, two came for Bryan and free silver ut the last arrived at homo to spend a sleepless tho Sicily uud two from Ceylon. i that you go aud sin no more. from night. election. to ho A after-mass I son-in-law flign Locust Herd Reg. Poland GUinas. Headed toy U. S. MODEL, DO. Uiu Krpalest l.rupdlng hog living, nnd IIU.VDLKV'S 12.CU1, sonnf tlu World's Columbian Champion. Claude, No. 11,007. Tine, loppy voung boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows ii for sale. This stock Is strictly first-cla- ss In verv respect, with jH'dlgrees. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or como and si'o my nogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They nre good ones. Also Mammoth lVkln Duck Egg". ' for ,:- A. K. mni,EV, Ilo. 103, Danville. Kv. te .J.'?IclT'', CIjAIMIE. No. Mo,,cl. N. 2!.7in. 38,353. m 111 tt U i i' H .1 .ir. i r.w,TO. BHifl:ni -- m s fol- n m ! ;; I ! Falls Uranchand other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. at the ll-'- i.i I y. I I I I t corre-sH)uden- ce 1 I m I w 111 I Goal Frorr; 7c to H At house, with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn from ,i0 to..c per bushel. Oat from 3(1 to 33c per bushel. Hav, 40 to 00c per 10 pounds. Millet, 5x: per 100 lbs. Straw, COc per 100 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop, G5c per 100 lbs We keep lbs. Ship-tuf- f, stock of all constantly on hands. Cad and see us befoie buying. l2ct J. H. BAUGHMAN St CO. ;& 4 all emirt-houc- o live-m- i I thcni-olvo- SPECIAL SALE Kj7iic' 1 bost-know- - i or Notice To Mothers And Ladies ! I TUESDAY, MARCH 30, "We will Sell Children's I , SfiirtSBfouse Waists, aff Sizes Fifty, 75c and $1 goods for . iott-ouico- iKst-oMc- os Only 25 Cts. .Remember this day only. We also have an elegant line of CHILDREN'S lOSSTfi Which we are selling LOWER THAN EVER. m'y SUITS, " JBj RTT1 npfi w' Beyond comparison in Materjal, Fit, Make and Price. Look, $7.50, $10 and $12. I Mld-dlesbo- I The finest selection and best made for $1. Remember the day and date. Hats, Shoes and Neckwear. k, n-the -- y, J. L. Frohman & Co., THE GLOBE, - - Danville, Ky. ed -- Bj&tt&ttjaaB BY UDDGRCAKinG v. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Also carries a Nice Line Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Room Opposite Court-Hou- se mi Ky : J. C. M'CLARY, 3 51 . tap-po- eight-years-o- ld J E'3I : to-th- so-call- Allandbome Crayon Portrait of yourself or friend with each 110s Worth of Goods, We havo just opened a large and comprehensive stock of GIVEN AWAY Side-Boards, I fl. Furniture,. Wall Paper, Carpets, &o. Dining Tablos Tho ladies ar especially invited to see our new lino of lloekers Enameled Beds. Kasles, Pictures, &c Picture Frames made to order. Work Inspect our lino of Couches, Mirrors and Window Shades. und price guaranteed imio-A-Biuo, of-for- cd 1,-0- 00 J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Lancaster, Ky. k. 1 1 a!tit,tlfr,M.,jfrMfc f&teA-jwfc- ,;Lt.W4hiMMfej!!E4td't j.i. :&e- -j ; r .s-m..,,.'.-,., , (feijUitoj&siiii; iii. ifciMiywiiWitwinMiiMMWMiiOi' - iiiiMiwVBaMWWi - n imir2j..Smm wi t i Tt1 ";tT; "'fan1 i,,.,i, T'"TrTntrrTiirfrTriipirri ,. , sau-- noa w , iiJ-alHiil.lil- 'i ' w hwwwwwwmwwp IWIWPWill nJ.fc ,iiwiiw 1,11 T Jf .t ifr re re P l r f" 1 It i I & f W m. fr r r ft t i: M. D. Elmore says there was a misA WEKK nearly has passed and Dr. fldditional Local take in the date of tho killing of Jim Hunter Is no nearer the goal of his run- KNA . THE INTERIOR Lettccb at Higglns & MoKlnncy. Brldgewater. According to his day bltion than when ho first began. In ... m " I book he furnished some of tho burial fact his chances grow daily smaller by A Wew Disc Corn Drill at Higgins & clothes and the entry was made- July six less. , Stanford. Ky., Mar. 30, 1S07,l degrees and beautifully to vote, Thehim McKlnnoy's. 111, 18(17. His books nlso show that tho for republicans, who refuse COMl'I.KTK lino of fishing tackle at dead man owed him $U."0, which with can not be moved by bribes, threats or the exception of a credit of five empty intimidation methods and no decent Craig & Hocker's. V. P. WALTON. wnlsky barrels sent him by Bridgu's 'democrats can bo found to fill their PURE Maplo Sugar, 13 cts a pound. widow, remains unpaid. places, so there ho sticks two votes Wnri-eifc Shanks. prefaces a col hortof thoroqui8lto mimber to olo.-t- , TUB Courier-JournKilled. Cant. Leo Watts, who liv , , m m text, umn editorial, taking as a imnijent danger of his following Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds of ed at Rowland for years, and ran a train which charged that (Usintcgratln, clo in this paper, It is b!lia lhut miiny of all kinds at Warren & Shanks. on this division, was killed at Earling-ton- , A Vigorous Whnck at Prices on our Stock of Clothing and other Genem1 Merchan tlmt paper was opposcu 10 luuuiu hls bM,,lX)rler8 WOnt to him bccatibo of this State. He attempted to jump dise. "At the top in Quality, at tho bottom In Prices," is our motto nt nil times. We wool. Highest cash market price for in tho Legislature assisting in the elec- hIa ,0U(1 aMUPances lhat ho Wonltl get tion of a United States Senator, a - horo Qn tho flpat baot nml ,mvin. Call at my stable for sacks. I. M. from his train and got caught between cell goods low to suit tho times for the benefit of a deserving public In general, therethe cars and platform, mangling hluiM) for s wo nsk n continuance though it appeared to us to be good pol- - sta,(1 wUh him n week m.e now d8posea Brnee. of yourpntrongu because we feci we deserve I. Kfad ho died in a few hours. A largo numitlcs to turn down Hunter by electing U) thr()U. hlm ovcl.bo;mi f()r a now an,i and give us n cnlfnnil wo will prove to you thnt ev ber of railroad men accompanied tho Hcstonville Minstrels Friday Gov. Bradley, Binco mo uomocnuswoiu. Jn conlr.uiictlon to this ening next, Admission '2m; reserved remains to this place and yesterday at powerless to elect one 01 incur pariy Dr. Hunter claims that 42, perhaps II o'clock they were laid to rest In Buf seats IlTic. men, as follows: more of his men, have signed an agreefalo Cemetery. Capt. Watts married a MONEY. Trustee of the jury fund, the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL ment never to vote for any one else, but For sister of Messrs. Carrier, of this county, entertains senti. the Courier-Journwhistling to G. L. I'cnnv. has money on hand now ments on ly of good feeling and respect; keep his courage up while ho walks to pay tho jurors of tho last term of and slnco his removal from this division, he has been living at Nashville We nro prcpaied now to show you nn elegant line of CLOTHING In nil the new though that paper has not at all times observed toward us a course best suited through charncl house into the open court. and running on tho Earltngton division Spring Styles for Men and Iloyu. Hoys' all wool grey nnd brown Milts with the latest to its own dignity, to say nothing of our grave prepared for him. While loading a horse to water the of the L. & N. He was a very jxipulur style sailor collars for i'2, sires 4 to 12 years. claim, and tho claims of truth, "i et A dispatch from Frankfort says that neighbor has as a rule other day Will Hendricks was severe- man and had many friends who mourn our seemed to us to prefer right to wrong-an- d a show down of tho Bradley combine is ly kicked in tho stomach by the animal. his unfortunate death. Superintend to have the couruge of its convic- called for and it is expected that if it He has been confined to his bed since ent Dixon said ho was one of tho lest as strong as it is claimed to be that the as a tions. conductors on his division and that ho result. Disclaiming any intention to be dis governor will be elected Tuesday or greatly deplored his loss. Capt. Watts courteous now or heretofore to our big next ,iayt otherwise the scheme will be The foundation for Dr. L. B. Cook's carried $2,000 in tho Travellers Accicity contemporary, and extending to abandoned and a new man selected. residence corner, Fast Main and "Cut-olT- " dent Insurance Co. nnd in tho Of Extra Fine Quality, clny worsteds blue nnd hlnck cheviots, nis to 14 tho whole layout from Little squads of republicans at several streets has been completed and tho Order of Railway Conductors. He left years, II 50tof'J.50 Long pnnts suits, uses 12 to 10 years, bluo nnd black cheviots, assurances of towns in tho State have met at Hun- frame work will be begun at once. Mr. down to the elevator boy no children. Tho funeral services were plaid Scutch cheviots, all cut in tho latent stylo nnd well lined, well worth fS. but our our distinguished consideration and ter's instance and condemned the six John A. Allen will have charge of the conducted by Rev. R. R. Noel. price is f 5. d good will, we swallow the partly members who refuse to vote for Hun- work. of the Southeastern The pill and proceed to notice the ter, and in Hancock they got so hot in OUR business manager, E. C. Wal- Kentucky Medical Society; Central questions propounded. "Why should the collar that they demanded tho imwish to elect Gov. mediate resignation of Gov. Bradley, ton, will be at Liberty next Monday Kentucky Medical Society, Lincoln and the Courier-Journsubgvrip-tlonCasey County Medical Societies will Bradley to the Senate?" It asks. Be who they claim Is blocking the game circuit court, ready to renew receive new subscribers and take take place at Walton's Opera House, In. nil sires. The latest stylos in brown nnd light plaid Scotch tacitly helped to elect of tho irum shoe statesman. Whether cause since it cheviots, made up point Saturday, April 10th, atU:.'10 A. M. Seshim governor and has continued In the tho governor Is uoing this or not we orders for job work. Make it a neatly and nicely trimuu-d- worth f!0 and f 12, but our prico now Is fl and JS. sions, forenoon 0:110 to 12:It0 and afterbad habit of encompassing republican arc not informed, but ho is not to be to see him. victories, we thought it would prefer a blamed If he Is. Hunter is his most in tail- noon '2 to ", evening 7 to H V. M. BanI WILL give a spring opening decent man. who leaves no doubt as to implacable foo and Hanna having brok- oring Thursday and Friday next. All quet tl to 11:."K) I'. M. Essayists, Dr. his position on any question, to one of en faith with him and gone directly are Invited to call in and inspect my McLane, of Wllmore, "Pathology and Hunter's stamp, who Is all things to all back on his promises, Gov. Bradley's lino of goods. Will have an exper- Treatment of Diphtheria," Dr. Russell of Danville, "Symptoms men and nothing when you pin him course was to fight or else crawl on all ienced tailor to take measure.--. Fit T. Raiu-eand Diagnosis of Diphtheria," Dr. J. Mens' f l 50 pants for 00c. Men' 2 pants for 11.2.1 Mens' Jeuin Punts for 75c nml down. As a choice between two evils, fours before the great boss and do his guaranteed. W. II. Shanks. G. Carpenter, "TuborculocI of tho 1, worth double 51 Overall for ?.1c. 73c JrcrnlW for 60c In the we are very decidedly for Gov. Brad- bidding like a whipped cur, and tho?e Mr. George W. DeBoru, who has Bonos." Dr. Joseph Price, of Philadelley, whose election would splinter the who know him know it is not his namade an excellent jailer and a most at- phia, will le present and read a paper republican machine and at the same ture to do the latter. tentive otllcer, would like to have his on some surgical subject. The remaintime give tho State a representative in NO ELECTION. STILL. the Senate that would bring no discredFRANKFORT, March '29. Again no party's endorsement for a second term der of the programs will be followed it upon her. It would also show Han election. Many members absent. Hun- and so announces in this issue. Ho is a closely as possible. Hotels and loard. Department we wore never better epdppcd to supply you with Lining of all kind, mighty good democrat and a mighty Ing houses offer reduced rates. If ."0 Novelty Dress Goods, Hosiery, Underwear, Handkerchiefs, c na and his Ohio agent that Kentucky received S3, Blackburn 49, rcstscat-terin- good man In every way. doctors attend R. R. Co. offer 11 faros. need their valuable assistance ter doesn't Secure certificates from local agent in such matters and be a stinging slap Sam Jones will Ihj with us next Mon- when you buy ticket. All ethical at the administration's apparent interConThe law providing that each day evening to lecture on "Get there meddling and Intrigue. gressman shall be furnished n certain and stay there," and reserved seats physicians invited to attend. Dr. J. G. A. UHHA.N'SKY A CO, I'jtoi'iiun-oivCarpenter, chairman committee of arWc regret very deeply that matters amount of seeds to send to his constitTo Secure rangements. they are and would uents is an imposition upon the general have been reduced to ccnt.of a are in the shape T. D KANKY, Manmiuu. seat. you would bo sure dislike to see tho State torn up again public. It takes thousands, perhaps a ticket if room sign is likely to be Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llardstown, Lawrenceburj,', f'ynthl.iii.i, Versailles, by a general election this fall, but we millions of dollars out of the treasury, Tho standing The Legislature. hoisted. Georgetown, Kliznbethtown. Frankfort, and M(tuckjort, Iud. do not fear tho result. A good demo- for which there Is absolutely no re The Houc passed the bill to pay pro crat, who has kept in the middle of tho turn. The Congressman, u ne repre Mr. A. C. SINE has contracted with tern judges out of the regular judgu's road and not Imagined himself greater sents a city or a district other than an the Rush Branch Church Committee to salary. than his party, could be easily elected agricultural, sells his proportion to enclose the cemetery there with his The latest quotation on votes at governor over the combined opposition men in Washington, wno live by the new patent iron fence, of which It will Frankfort is $10,000 apiece, and two National democrats, re- business, and pockets the monov. If take about f00 feet. Ho has also con- wanted of the publicans and populists, which the ho represents a farming district, ho tracted to put the same kind of fence The House passed Air. Alorgan's bill Courier-Journsays the democratic places them where they will do him tho in front of tho Presbyterian church and to prevent egg throwing and other disnominee will have to face. The people most good, and not with those who may has many other orders for it. turbances at public meetings. are sick already of republican ways not be able to buy seeds. As originally Iteyoiul doubt we have tholoit Ucnily-uiiu'Paint on ihc market. Tho Rev.' G rider introduced an County Attorney J. B. Acquitted. and means and the exploded charge intended the law had a good intent, I to tho revenue laws, inamendment that something was wrong with the that of introducing new and Improved Paxton and non. Harvey Helm went creasing the Statu license on s books can not bo worked successfully varieties of seeds, but it has degenera- over to Kingsvillo Saturday to court s to $"00. to i'22.'), and on again. Neither will any considerable ted into a mi bile waste of money that but only one case was tried, that of It Is stated positively that Gov. with selling "two number of democrats stray from tho is inexcusable. Tho seeds are furnish- Sam Hamm, charged Bradley believes "that the election of fold next time. They have had enough ed by political favorites and are neither step" wine. He was acquitted on tho At Cash Picc. grounds that It was cider instead of Dr. Hunter would destroy the repupll-ca- n of that sort of thing and a big majority reliablo nor good and their distribution party in Kentucky," and that ho wine ho had sold. The other cases set of them are ready to do all they can serves no public purpose. The law does not regard Dr. Hunter as "reliato repair the wrong of aiding in the should be repealed and thereby stop a for that day were postponed till Thursble on the money question." day. perpetuation of republican rule, which very useless leak in tho treasury. Rumors of 10 cases of small pox- in means high taxes, high protection and The Southbound passenger train, No. fio penitentiary scared up tho Logic-latua reckless prolligacy of the people's Mr. Catron, a Hunter man, Intro- l!.'l, got lost between Knob Lick and and a committee wai appointed to will duced a resolution for the assistant admoney. That the Courier-JournStanford yesterday and Train Dispatch- investigate the rumorand if found true, also bco the error of Its way and fall In jutant general to report to tho Legisla- er Sheridan took a hand car and wont to to recommend the tratisfur of the Legwith tho offers of mercy before it is ture tho number of days he had actual- look for it. He found it at the Knob islature bag and baggage to Louisville. too late, we confidently hope and be- ly served tho State since his appoint- Lick bridge with a cylinder head blown Two billb to abolish tho olllco of reglieve. It is a great paper, with the ment and then proposed a further reso- out and the engineer busy trying to get ister of tho land otllce, ono to combine greatest of editors, and both having lution reducing his pay to $1 a year. it in shape. An hour-omore was lost with that of auditor and the other done yeoman service for the democratic We hardly suppose that the affairs of and it finally came Uoing only ono cyl- it with the secretary of State, have been cause in times past, it can not long con- the State would come to a dead stand- inder. presented and it is to bo hoixitl that one tinue to play into tho hands of the re- still If the otllce could be abolished, but of them will do away with that useless e seems to publicans by leading a hope both for- the animus of this attempt to do so is so The Alt. Vernon otllce. lorn and fruitless. pusillanimous that it will disgust even bo the especial prey of thieves. A disSenator Clark branded in the Senate So come back in the boat, Mr. those who are really for retrenchment patch from there of tho 2iith says that Friday the statement made by Editor and bring your knitting and tho and reform. Tho encumbent, Col. W. for tho second time within four months Sam Roberts, in his Leader, that the Courier-Journo with you and we will S. Forester, is a Bradley man, who the a4W at this place has been W six republicans who are voting against marCCim.e. v3?S. Si ugaln together skim the waters with a doesn't mind saying so or expressing burglarized. Last night the olllco was s to Hunter are guarded by "wet sail and a llowing sea and a wind his opinion of Dr. Hunter and anybody entered and $200 was taken, besides all keep them from voting for Hunter, ns that follows fast," or words to that else, whom ho thinks deviates from tho registered mall. No stamps were au infamous lie. olTect. The Queen centre track in the middle of the road, missed by the postmaster when bhe Machine: Tho House passed the bill to give nnd that accounts for the milk in Mr. checked up this morning. jurisdiction to tho quarterly, magisM Queen means Superior to all. Wo clnim for the AN idea of how the republican mouth Catron's cocoanut head. trates' and jM)lice courts in cases of petQueen Witthur: Paid His Fine. Air. Tom W. Gooch ty larceny and in misdemeanor cases is wittering for pio la given in tho fact is a lino Fir&t, Tluit It will out last any other. line as- where the maximum that although Mr. McKinley has been The silly report thut Managing Edl- - was In Saturday and paid the money to not exceeding $.'100 penalty Second, That it will wash from the finest to tho or imprisonment taking r R. W. Brown had been let out ol sessed againbt him for in olllce only three weeks, there have coarsest clean nnd will not tear clothes, not exceeding one year. This bill is Third, Thnt it will wash as clenu as you can with filed 80.000 applications his position on the Times, bore the release a prisoner. Ho claims that he designed to relievo tho already been and spite circuit anil criminal courts and also to a washboard. alone. Tho two rulings persuasive odor of its own improbabil- is a victim of circumstances for of the charge reduce tho expenses of the State in Fourth, Thnt you can do tho work In Is to that the terms of all postmasters shall ity on its face. Mr. Brown's quick per- and that ho ho not guilty three fourths less time. was convicted. Squire criminal cases. ception and untiring energy have made for which be four years, unless removed for cause Fifth, Thnt as was remarked by ono using tho him and said that Queen, when asked if it would (.avo tituo nml labor: Something to Know. and that political activity shall not bo tho Times as peerless as a news gath- John Bailey was with as constable ho mado "It about cuts ofl tho wiudiing part " It may ho worth ftnineOieDg to know that thn considered cause, unless it operated to erer as Emraett Logan's pen has made during his terra Aery bott medicine for rm tori ug the tirolout ncr Prico, 3 SO. Onll nnd see it. ono of tho best ho ever knew. disadvantage of the public service, Its editorial page an .Incomparable to a healtliv vliror I Khilrlc Hitters. tho voik svittMii TliU iiuxllcioo i purely vancuble acts hy Hiving & are calculated to put a damper on thoso compendium of wit, wisdom and satire, tone to I no nerve There promises to be a hot race for ptlmiiUtis the litercunircs in moamilonurn, genuy and Mr. Haldeman, alias "The Old who long for the llesh pots. for assessor In tho re- Kami in throning oil anil kldnrviIn tho aids thewt or the nomination Mood. KlioMan," as ho is affectionately called, publican ranks. There aro only two trlr Hitters ininrmM Impurities me apxMue, aiiiii dlcestloo THE S HMD and la iirunounred by thoso who, hate tried It is WHEN pretty Paulino Markham was knows that both are absolutely indis- entries but they aro making it warm tho Tory lxst Mood purifier and nerre tnulp. Try g and could not for each other and it is hard to tell it N)ldfor50candSt xjr liottle at W. II. Thoroughbred Suroc Jersey SEC HOGS, in Louisville a few years ugo, she fell pensable to Its drug "tore. open cellar while walking along bo Induced to let them go. Henry White into an whether Randall Cook or A cyclone unroofed many houses ami tho street at night and injured one of Mrlirrtslenmcreisjlwtwl from thn Ut herdi of Tin; Pineville Courier explains that will be the victor. The candidates for injured a number of eoplu in the viof tills (aiiioua lirreil ofiwlne In l Mates A her beautiful legs. Sho sued tho city tho reason it continues to run tho C. fc tho other ollices aro not making much cinity of Austin, Tex. M.....u, ,i mpigiiu uinrrcm nj;c lor nale. sow. fi.ocl.ilty Satisfaction guaraiikrl. Corn' for $10,000 and got a verdict for $1,500. O. railroad Inauguration ad. Is "because noise, knowing as tho above gentleThe case was apjealed and affirmed it is tho greatest road leading to Wash- men ought to, that ii nomination Is all ! R. H. BRONAUGH, last week and everybody who has ington and as thoso who go there for they can ever get as long as they rem Ornlt Orchard, Ky. gazed in admiration on those wonder- pie aro a thousand to ono who went to main in tho republican party. Duelling House on Danville Street, we think it is well to Ky., coiitiiliiliii; Nine Rooms nnd Coful legs will rejoice. Her legs arc in- the inauguration, run a while, days. llar: with nil outliulldlii;; wanted. CNtvrii deed her fortune and she should have let the au.tho space will say 00 eurned By So Far. Tho peaches and rtml two Hwlnints. Thu alxmi proiwity Is Sake us have this time been given the amount- claimed and transportation to tho National Capital plums aro safe so far, Air. John Bright In tliu l'st'rci)alr. Cull on Ky. J. It. HIGGINS, Stam-oiidmore. where wo will file our application for a tolls us, and the other fruits wero not good juicy slice. Soo?" Yop. Good fur onough advanced to bo hurt by tho John S. Rhea has never had his pic- idea, whether it workH or not. severe frosts uud freezes. Out of 50 GEORGE M ture taken, he tells the Washington The Loulsvlllo Chair Comnanv. peach buds examined and in exjxjsed photographers, as tho five nttempts ho which told its omployees tho evening places Air. B. found il allvo. It Is has made were either attended with fa- before tho election not to return to strange too as tho mercury was below Pension & Claim Agent, Is Receiving his- tal or severe accidents. He is ugly work if Bryan was elected, has decided - 30 and Ico formed three nights in succesenough to break an ordinary camera not to let them work now that McKin- sion. Rain was promised for last night Box 44, Stanford, Ky. obscura, even if his mug failed to scare aJy and everybody who remembers its with probable local atorms, warmer Has had 12 ycaru's practices before all tho i asslnlnlty Is glad of It. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give him a Call Dcpa tmenta In Wellington City. 9 the pnoiograpner loaeain. Tuesday. m 1 I al Vigorous Wtoek f y 1111 '.. - AT" PRICES. he-lo- w al We Do As We Advertise. I ry K iee puts surra i all-wo- ol editor-in-chi- ef 1 sugar-coate- re-uni- al s, MENS SUITS! , hi KERNS' y, PANTS, ' Ladies' Dress Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE. g. m Kuii-nenc- o, PAINT. besJ,xeSdy LEAD. d al bar-room- pawn-shop- 0IL& VAKni$F)G$, Iwt 0L0R$, ) t - CRAIG c6 HOCKER. re al r i 1 post-ollle- Wat-tcrso- n, al post-olllc- body-guard- : Washing " I over-burden- ed post-offic- es ono-lia- lf v I HIGGINS MoKINNEY. Bt,Ue-QfM3- well-bein- KB fcu-ra- FOR SALE I Htun-foi- ri, - U , H. C. RUPLEY, & M'KIMEY. THE MERGHANT TAILOR -- SJPRtNG AND SUMMER GOODS. . m '. P . 2Jl&Jm -- A- J., JK- J.U P '' V7',"'V' T1 H"" G&&to DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Nick line of Hamburgs just received. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., K. C. - Shankt). mmMMrMS t. a Just as cheap at Ski: our line of toilet soap. & & Hltfgins Mak. 30, 1897 MeKinnoy. I wiMj sell rough lumber and shin-gle- n as low as anybody. A. C. Sine. m Walton, Buhlvuss Manaoi:u. m ples now in btoek. h Wall Paper cheaper and now V. 13. sam- Alaiiastini:, the grout wall finish, EMl'KKOK Peklti Ducks for sale, also Kvery made in lit different color. color l.s In atoolc now at Penny's Drug eggs, fine stock. Julius Negro, StanStore. ford. McKoberts. Garden Seed. I Flower Seed, ft Fishing Tackle, FOR SALE. si Wall Paper, VA .7VJ kXl se PERSONALS. Mlts. Josui'll Cofkby 1ms llio lot of No I lumber for sale at your own price. Call at once. Funds opened a & Hurdin. iW?A I a m ..1 Get our prices beforo handing your orders awny home. Special Wash Goods Announcement. gtc milllnury wtoro at Livingston. Foil Hunt. Dwelling and black Mn. Thomas Daiton left yesterday smith shop at Turnersvllle. Mrs. Sal-li- e for a visit to the mountain towns. MlKS.Iosn: 11 W. B. MoKOBEETS. DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. chard, Foil Salk. One lady's wheel Mnssits. .Jkssi: D. and .Gkohgk 13. Steam's latest. Used one season only. Wkakp.n spent a portion of last week Apply at this olllce. I STKIMIKXS, of Crab Oris visiting Mi&s llettio Wearen. K. Bailey. ... itimBmmmmsmmmmmmgi. REAL I Ik you need a cultivator see the New Mil. C. M. Si'OONAMOKK, wife and Malta. It Is the latest improved. four children huvo been down with Illggins & MeKinnoy. In our last "ad." vc tried to you some idea of our Dress measles. to Goods, Silks and Dress Trimmings. Now we devote all our space Mus. J. W. I'r.ltltiN' was called G. I WILL sell you best quality steel Garrard to see her mother, Mrs. P. rooting nearly as cheap as you can buy to our many lines of beautiful new Wash Goods. First of all is Warner. shingles. A. C. Sine. ! r. SciinnnK nf 1i Ml. ti . Wovkn wire and oak picket fence, Vernon Collegiate Institute, was here the most economicarfenco in the marSatun'ay. Mlts. Nax.vik Wkahen and little ket. I uni selling it at about cost of Nan Denton James went to Lexington manufacturing. A. C. Sine. .mm Saturday. Befoiie buying a buggy, wagon, or S. Hiciz will entertain the Mlts. J. The queen of all wash fabrics. We will show you more than 50 Economical Club from to f Thursday farming Implements of any kind, examine my brand new stock. I also sell entirely new designs, each and all beautiful. VVc will show you more afternoon. fertilizers and coal. J. 13. Hlgglus. M. S. Haughman and J. P than all the other stores in this section combined. Prices 30 and 40c Jones me adding bath rooms to their A statement of the Newborn, Tenn., These on account of the large designs we cannot cut into samples. residences. Dank, of which Mr. Q. Shumate is ln Plain white organdie, 20 to 75c per yard. J. l Dl'DDKitAK Is down from cashier, shows it to be in excellent con to see his brother, Will, who con- dition and declaring 4 per cent right tinues very 111. along. Mil. .1. A. Hi:a.i.i:y and handsome Tin: trustees of the colored public bride, of Lancaster, visited his broth school are trying to buy the old woolen el's hero Sunday. factory buildings, but no terms have Mil. II I'M k Loo AN and son, of Louisbeen settled on yet. In the event they ville, sjwnt a few days with his sister, secure It they will convert one of the Mrs. Hd Carter. best houses Into n school-housAbout 100 Pieces of American Organdies at 10c and These Mksdamks K. G. Dick and Gus arc the grades you usually sec at 5c yard more. of Crab Orchard, were the guests MlNSTitELS. A good crowd should of Mrs. Dr. W 13. Penny. greet the Hustonvillo Minstrel Co. at MISS KMILY ALKXANI)i:it Is back Walton's Onora House Frldaw next from a protracted visit to Cynthiana, .They give a good, clean performance j Georgetown and Iiurgln. an,i cimrgo only 2o and Xi cents. Go Missks Ji'MA IIigqins, of IUch- - ,uul hci vom. neighbor bo.vs and see mond, and Sue McIJoberts, of Danville, that your friends do likewise. are visiting Mrs. W. II. Illggins. Sam Jones Is going to have a house Mesdames A DELIA Woods and C. VanArsdale, and Cabbell Wooils, of full to hear him lecture at Wulton's C. These arc all cotton made into an excellent imitation of fine silkf, Ilustouvllle, were hero yesterday. 0era House next Monday afternoon, and are worth 10 Cents. Oliver Dillion, of Crab Orchard, April 5th, at 1! o'clock. In all other worked in I. W. Fish's plaee while that towns, SI Is charged for reserved seats, but Mr. W. 13. McBrlde. who Is playl-2- c. young man was olT getting married. ing Mr. Jones In this section, has put Mil. W. T. Meiumek, of Livingston, This is the Quality that we sold all last year at is still that is working In the dispatcher's olllce at tho price here at 75c. Other seats and and bo 50c. Rowland during J. A. Mudd's sickness. the gallery will .mm price elsewhere. MiddlesiiORO has adopted a Curfew Mus. F.liza Hauohman, who was 111 l-2- c. so long, is greatly improved and is able ordinance, requiring all children under years 10 to be olT the streets after dark, unless to sit up a little. She Is incsc aic excellent lor wear, wash bcautiiully ana arc as pretty as old. accompanied by their parents or guarall silk crepes, former price was 25c. is handling the McCor-mae- k dian. Better adopt the Lancaster Jack IIoct Harvesting Machines, with head- Record '8 suggestion to divide outbarrel l-2- c. Son's staves among the said parents or guarquarters at U. K. Wearen dians and mako them take care of their store. These arc the ones that always sold for and are John W. Hastin and pretty little own children or wards. . In Casey. NEW Spring Neckwear, Fine Quality, tiful Patterns in Beau- Bows, Puffs, Scarf5t Four-in-llan- FRENCH ORGANDIE ! and Club Ties. See our line of Gents' Half Hose. Fancy colors again stylish. Large stock fancys, browns, and blacks. ds 11 H. J. McROBERTS. Complete-an- Ml-ss- ns. m m m PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is our C01-b- CHEAPER OBGANBISS! I2c. I PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. e. Hof-man- n, MASTIO!(MIXED -- Four Specials 2,000 Yds. Refulgent Silks at 5c. I2c. Is doubly guaranteed at PAIN . PENNY'S DRUG STORE. WE HANDLE - Star Wind Mills, Geneva Feed Cutters, AND 2,000 Yds. Printed Dimities, 7 1,200 Yds. Genoa Crepes at 7 1,500 Yds. Printed Piques, 7 2c everywhere. 1 The Taylor Hose Powers. Prices with Guarantee Furnished on SO-o- ApplicUion.a t B. K. WEAREN St SON. well-know- n daughtor, ICatle, of Pittsburg, spent It is not often that wc notice anonyseveral days at his father's, Mr. J. D. mous scrlhlers, for they aro generally, These four "Specials" arc put on sale this week and wc expect llasttn's. if not always, unworthy of decent attenG. P. HitioiiT ami P. M. them to sell out very quick as they are but little over half price. They Mcltoberts went to Middloshoro Fri tion, but we shall deviate from our rule in this case to mention a letter signed arc not prices that rule all season but arc only for above small lots. day to lake depositions in the Urlght which is dated at Stan"A Mr-ssnd," Come, See Them. "Ve are opening New Goods every day show the very latest novelties in Dress now and n can 11 There lire Others. sostyhs at 8 and 12 and rSc in and Madras Cloths at 8 c, 10c, cents. Ginghams new patterns and colors. Dainty French Dimities, bsst made, at 25c. Silk Plaid Linens, Lace Linens and Linen Grenadine, all new this sea son at 25c yard. Etamincs, Urode, Empress Linons. Lappets, &c, Wc do not want to weary you, but only to impress upon you &c. the extent and variety of our stock. Heaidcs these wc will mention Pcnangs in I2c LACES AND RIBBONS. Necessary adjuncts to this season's wash goods. Laces and Embroi. derics in every style used this season, and in all qualities. 600 pieces new Ribbons, New Moire Taffeta in all colors and widths. Heavy, double-facecord edge, satin ribbons, 2 inches up, in all colors. 100 pieces fancy ribbons in Satin stripe, Gauze and other styles, from 25c up. Largest line and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. d, Mus. Martha Paxton, MUs Hettlo Paxton and Mr. Mack lluu"muu attended the funeral of Dr. IIutTmun at Lancaster Friday. tti:v. S. M. Loo AN went to Louisville to hear Moody and was go pleased with him that he didn't return In time to till his pulpit Sunday. Mil. 1. W. Fish and pretty bride spent Sunday and a jwrtion of yesterday at his mother's at Crab Orchard. They are now comfortably domiciled at the St. Asaph. Miss Aones Pennyhackeii, the In terior Journal's pretty Kingsvlllo eorresH)ndent, was here Friday. She was accompanied by her mother and sister, Miss Gertie. Mr. A. C. Sink went to Cincinnati yesterday to let the contract for making his "Quick Change Money Drawers," which ho recently invented and which promises to make him a fortune. will ca?o. Capt. D. T. O'Mayley, passenger AGB NTS FOR BUTTEBIC K pJlTTEbh; conductor on the St. Louis division of tho L. & N., Capt. P. W. Harper, of the Henderson division, J. W. Carrier and Messrs. Egbert, Harris and others accompanied the remains of Conductor Watts to this place. IN remitting for his paper Prof. Milton Klliolt, of West Kentucky College, Mayhold, says that notwithstanding the hard times his school is nourishing with the enrollmcntrT-22- 5 larger than at any time in history. John G. Talhot, who says ho set typo on tho Stanford Banner in 1S(!S and went West on the advice of Dr. P. W. Logan for tho benefit of his luugs, and who publishes somo reminiscences of Stanford in Its last Issue, is now editor of tho Liberty Tribune. JUDGE J. W. Alcorn has been chosen one of tho judges In tho 10th oratorical conannual test, to bo held nt Lexington, April 2. Mr. A. Y. Ford, of the Loulsvlllo urnal, ard Row GeorgoDarsic, of Frankfort, aro others of the judges. Intcr-collegiato Courier-Jo- HOME NEWS, Danville, Kentucky. ,,MJk.iJ.-sX-v. Eggs. Finest Ply. Rock. Danks. ' ford and was mailed at Milledgevllle. It charges us with taking more Interest In the minority than In tho majority who voted for free turnpikes, scores U. r. Vandevoop and J. X. Menefee, the latter especially for putting Hill Skidmore, who is called all sorts of names, to collect toll oil of poor ieoplo and says they are going to have free turnpikes smoothly if they can, but with dynamite if they must. Our charge that mobs are cowards seems to stick them pretty severely, as it is mentioned several times in the letter. Tho claim is made that on the date of the letter, March 211, there were on tho list "07 oath bound turnpike raiders, sov en recruiting olllcers, seven captains, a chief commander and 11 spies and detectives and they aro going to have free turnpikes or know the reason why. Says tho writer: "The peoplo think that Mr. Bosley offered everything that was fair and I do not believo his road will bo troubled, yet on a voto to destroy tho Crab Orchard gate, it carried 8 to 1, the Rowland gato 4 to 1 and tho Saunders gato by .2 votes. Tho proposition to destroy tho gato on tho Hustonvillo pike carried by one vote and that on tho Knob Lick pike by 2o votes." Threats of dynamiting, &c, is made, and the suggestion of guards nt gutes hooted at. The tl&cal court Is ridiculed for buying tho "little hog paths," called pikes that do the people no good and a general crack at creation is taken. If tho writer is such n friend of ours as ho claims to bo why docs ho not come out In the open liko a gentleman and say tho things he does and why docs his gang prefer darkness to light for thoir deeds? If they and not tho law aro supreme, they should not sneak around at midnight and do acts that would land every mother's son of them in tho penitontlary if their identity was discovered. Tho boast of big numbers doesn't scare worth a cent. Ten determined men could put tho whole crow to tllght even if thero wero 707. Thoir lawlessness has extended far enough and must bo stopped or some of tho cowardly raiders will get their de- Goods, Silks? Trimmings, Hosiery, Gloves, Organdies, Lappets, Lace Curtains, Portierres. Our Dress Goods consists of JKi inch beautiful cheek and Scotch clfects, all wool, 25a :3S in Shepherd checks, black and white, blue and white dO inch Silk and 'Wool Checks, 45c 16 inch Xovelty Check very small, 75c 25c to 1.50, plain and ligured. Black Goods, 1 m 1 NEW StLKS FOR TRIMMINGS. Figured Silks, Persian Effects, 50c. Changeable Taffeta Silks, all colors, 75c. Figured Changeable Taffeta Silks, 90c and 1. Black Satins, Surahs, Chinas, Taffetas, Moire Valors, ifcc. "Wash Goods: Organdies, Taffetas, Abcfogle Tissues. These goods are offered for cash only and tho prices are right. J i SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEG6. WILLIAM SHELTON, The Second Session of J President. 1890-97 OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 1897. For full Information about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our New Catalogue. Address, MUS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Phixcipal, Stanford, Ky. have added a splendid lino of Clothing to our woll selected stock of General Merchandise and aro now prepucd to "We L? every-day, Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an suit to a wedding outflt. Our Ktock 1 of Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Cblnaware, Glassware, Quccnsware, &e was never more complete. New, Long Opera Guards. Danks. serts. FARRIS A HARDIN, r ' .J-- i fr- - , - .. . t sts f&?i ki 2!&jti&tf1mi&4: i jttUwKi3fct3SgWIKa1Tia-SrtsW 9M'UiM4.lM . ..!!... Mwm.. hum,. .. l.lJ0i at-- ". - " 4: V THEINTERIOR JOURNAL News Briefly Told Dan Sttmrt thinks that Corbott nnd &. pi h: OPra.'bllnlJ.oS.'rviosS.a.ya o..A r"ridayo Fltz will fight again. Tho Louisville Medical College sent out 73 snwbonea with diplomas last 3 I? 1SK "YD A.K. IN" .AJD VAK CJS week. Mary Ellen Brown, n Seott county W When not so paid S2.CO will be charged. Negro girl, has qualified as a notary Train leaves Stanford al 7: 10 a. m. nndjrclurns at t4:30j. m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. U Train going North " " No, 25 ' " South No. 25 " ....12 87 p .... 3 13 a ....12 01 p ... 1 Wlp in in m ui H3 " " TIME Mi, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No.2J " Tor all Points. fcOLD. TUKO'WH TICKirrS I, HAOOAUL' CHECKED TI1IIOUGH. For any Information enquire ol JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. A Dclphos, O., man who was recently arre&tcd, had 18 pistols and l.OOOcar-rridge- s In his pockets. Frank Sweiglc, a glass blower at Anderson, Ind., broke his av whilo blowing a gallon bottle. The Georgetown Roller Mills and warehouse with contents wero destroyed by fire. Loss $15,000. Marshall and Maria Snordon and Maggie Short wero drowned whilo public. There are said to bo just 19 Ameri cans, and no more, fighting in tho Cuban army. The indoor bicycle record was broken at San Francisco by Becker, who went Boston. a mile in 2:05. IF N HM i If I; 3 i. I boat ridlnir at Allensvillo. Gov. Bradley has pardoned Gilbert Trains pass Junction City as follows: Salyer, who was twice convicted of kill3 3S p m No. 1 South .... 12 Oilp m No. 2 North " .....3 15 am ing two men in Bell county. " 12TOD.ni Uo.3 " " 6 149 pm of appeals decided that lo....1131am No B " a " H ll' l jlo. 9 " . "'further than6 Junc-m calThe court option prevails in nil of Scott coun-t- v os. 9 anil 10 run no City. All trilns stop there. tion exeent in the city of Georgetown. Frank Johnston, of Centropolis, Mo., FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI RY. attempted suicide because he could not VIA Li.oitiit.lOWN. to sleep in church. A. M keep from going P. M. A.M. I'.M Ar 12 M I.ve. Somerset, 2,00 Of the 2,000 colored children attend233 8 20 " 113t Jet. City. 315 630 ing school in Atlanta, GOO are without 460 Arr tJeorgetown, Lt 9 35 ' Franklort, 1155 7 20 "6 30 300 parents or guardiansip of any kind. o ........ 530 R 4ft Arr I'jrls A bill providing for the abolition of 6110 . Dallr except Sunday. capital punishment has passed both Houses of the Colorado Legislature. child At Martinsburg, a of Giles Bruington, fell into a kettle of hot soap and was literally boiled to death. LRPYALISl'aijJ Stella Jones ate glass Twelve year-old at St. Louis with suicidal Intent life with her stepmother was unpleasant. John McAllin and wife walked from Omaha, Nob., to New York City in search of work. They uveraged 20 miles per day. The Owen county fiscal court instituted condemnation proceedings against all the turnpikes that refused to sell out to the county. A Wheeling, W. Va, woman swam a swollen river which was nearly a mile Absolutely Pure. wide to prevent her husband being arCelobrated for Its great leavening strength and rested for a felony. healthfulnou. Assures the food against alum and On his death bed Vic Crittenden, a all forms.of adulteration so common In tho cheap brands. n Negro of Shelbyville, said Hoval 11 4KI.no Powder Co., New York. that ho had been poisoned by a woman whoso name he gave. FXREX 1TSTJKA1TCE- At Martinsburg, this State, a : child fell Into a kettle of boiling soap and was literally cooked beQUEEN & CRESCENT. Nolfl-Kfour-year-old flOYAl be-cau- Mkfi POWDER well-know- four-year-o- ld w It u ?.H I i fore It could be rescued. Capt. Robert Cook, of Americus, Ga., POUNDED 180C. announces he is making arrangements to walk on the water of the Ohio river C STANFORD, KY. from Pittsburg to Cincinnati. Orlando Kock, an inmate of the Ohio ! nenltentiarv. has asked that ho be put under strong guard as ho has an I have opened up a Candy Manufactodesire to kill somebody. ry on Lancaster Street and can supply Mllldalo people are excited over a CANDY search for a treasure said to have been Of Many Varieties and Superior Excelburled. 100 years ago by an early setlency every day Mr V Curtis Egbert, tler who was killed by tho Indiana. an experienced maker, is in charge and At Georgetown, Tex., Jack Steele, a gnarantces satisfaction. Give us a call prominent business man, shot and killJ. A STEPHENSON. f ed W. W. Dimmit, another business a CJ man, during a trial In the county court w VI V) room. O V) 4 Lenna B. Winslow, of Kansas City, "O V has brought suit against the Maccabco lodge of that city for 82,500 damages e for Injuries received while being Ini- Caledonian Insurance Co., of Scotland. R.B.MAHONY.Agt. CANDY KITCHEN FRESH uncon-trolab- lo ohniui thy. The rendition of this charming Democrat. bit of literature was beautiful. The Bessie M., 2:1 J, brought only $325 at last two were o nearly graded that it Indianapolis. Two years ago $2,000 was with extreme dilllculty that tho judges could decide ujwn their definite was refused for her. aad distinguishing merits. At at a public sale of Poland-China- s The judges wero Mrs. Ledyard, of atPana, 111., l averaged $20.10; 33 Caldwell College. Danville, Mrs. Brownlie, of East Bernstadt.aud Dr. J. sows averaged $32.03. S. Coojier, of Livingston. Tho prize, At a public sale of Shorthorns at a set of McCaulay's History, was awardWest Liberty, Iowa, 22 fett ales averag- ed to Miss Adams. The rhetorical work at the College ed $100: 12 bulls $102Howard, of Logan coun- has been a growing feature all tho year. Charles W. Wo beeak a brilliant future focovery ty, owns a hen which is 21 years old. contestant and words of cheer are He saw her hatched in 1S70. heard from all who shared the pleasure The Woodford Sun says that Joe A. of this dollghtful evening. A primary Cohen bought 200 ewes with lambs contest will take place In about a month. Miss Davis Is a new student at thrown at $2.35 to $3 a head. tho College. Mcadowthorpe won the Crescent CiMrs. L. M. Scroggs entertained a ty Derby, worth $2,500. Donna Ritta number of students on Friday at dinner. Alsosjwcial guests, Mrs. was second and Cadillac third. Mrs. Brownlie, Mr. R. G. WilEdThere is a mule owned by R. W. liams and Dr. Cooper. monds, near Clarksvillo, Tenu., that is Mrs. Ledyard addressed the Ladies' Missionary Society Saturday morning 18 hands high and weighs 2,000 lbs. Is There wero 240,100 hogs packed in at the Presbyterian church. Sho in ono tho of the ablest missionary workers in Cincinnati from Nov. 1 to March 1, State and supplemented her remarks against 249,040 for tho same time last by reading a very exhaustive paer on year. the purpose of missions, giving many Ben F. Buckley, of Purls, thinks that intorestinir statistics and facts of both the acreage of tobacco in Central Ken- Homo and Foreign work. tucky this year will bo reduced fully The UniiuUrt Mtmedy. 30 per cent. Mr It It. OreeTt, nimhant.of I'IiIIImiwIo V , gUen Gilt Edge, the good saddle stallion of ivrtlrlos tl4t he had comuiiiptloii. money up to could that medical Madison Sandldgo k Son. of the West die, Hiuglu all all rough treatment lie could hmr of, remedies tried End, will be In tho stud this year. procure, no relief; weut many night lttlni? up In a hut got There arc few better individuals or chair; wai Induce.! to try Ir kln' Nc IHvot. cry and vra.ru red liy the ueof two Uittlc. lor breeders. better Iimlncs and cars pa.it The statement is still going around s.ys thnvKlne's hit hecii attendingIs tothe Rrndct New Dlvovery l)r hens.' lav remedy erer made, u It has done so much for him thnt. thn lioat wiiv to make In til. community. and eggs Is to feed them on strips of news New a!o for others uirntcvd for couithx,Dr. KIdk' colds Dlsoirery Is paper uippeu in sour ran, iw uupeuus mii.tiiniition. It dint Mil. Trial t.ottlcs moa.d ii paper, however. W. D. McKoberM'drug store. a great deal on the Use tno original anu ouiy iairuiun Ilucklin't Arnica Suite. JOUHNAL in making the experiment. There arc about 38,000,000 sheep in The salre in the world for cuts,, brulc the United States, and about 73,000,000 sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ferer sons, tetter, chipand all people. If Mr. Dingley can have his ped hands, chlllilaliu. corns no pay skin eruption. It ltlHltlvely way tho 73,000,000 people will bo oblig- Kuara.iti-c- tocurus piles or satisfaction or money give jierfect !W cent ed to pay about $2 per sheep In the hot. Kor sale by V. II. I'rlcr ler Led-vard, -t demic students wero seated. The best of order was maintained throughout. Tho choruses by tho school were well rendered. After the the Invocation very happy remarks wero made by Mr. R. G. Williams, giving encouragement and incentive to every lover of good books, high thought, Mrs. J. Hull Davidson, wife of the right action and overy example of diseditor of the Lexington Argonaut, died ciplined activity. Miss Georgia MoFerron recited with ofpnenmonta, aged 33. She leaves clearness and grace. .Mr. Boreing ren two children. dered "The Polish Boy" effectively, At Durham, N. C, W. E. Holman, manifesting both talent and appreciaSaxton recited tho in the presence of a great crowd, ate a tion. Miss Sallio Will Carlton: 'Befavorito ballad of baked cat. He bet on Corbott and the hold the Old was Mado Now," with loser was to cat a cat. sweet simplicity. The true conception The crevasse near Carttthersvllle, of tho piece touched a chord of sympathy Mo., is now 1,200 feet wide. A man Maywith every ono present. Miss Ida Adams, in choosing "Tho Death of cutting the levee Bridge of the Tay," pledged efiort, caught In tho act below Caruthersvllle was shot by a hard study, daily laborious practice for guard and his body thrown into tho many weeks. Only stalwart courage and steady concentration can conquer river. iu a piece of this order. Sho rendered the various portions with that intelliAND TRADE, gent force which speaks of deep meaning and thorough preparation. Mi-John M. Hill sold to J. C. Johnson Berda Martin presented tho most pleasing selection of the evening, "Tho Rushoars at 3c. Nicholasvlllo Journal reports sian Christmas." Sho rendered each Tho word with a delicacy of expression so sales of corn at $1.25 delivered. natural that the pictures seemed real Jack Chlnn has been chosen as start- rather than fanciful. Miss Martin possesses a voice of rare beauty and power er at the Windsor track, Detroit. A number of ' of fat hogs at 3 to and her conception is tho careful minit. Mio Uarrodsburg gling of stern duty and woman's sympa- Frank Allison was fatally stabbed by his wife atMorehead, Ind., when ho came home drunk. Turnpike raiders set fire to a bridge near Frankfort and tho structure wits partially destroyed. John A. Martin, mail contractor at o Monterey, this Stale, committed by taking laudanum. Harry Wessolleman, driver of a dairy wagon at Paris, fell heir to 810,000 bv the death of an uncle In Cincinnati. William T. Adams, who under tue pen name of "Oliver Optic," won fame ns a writer of stories for boys, died at sul-cid- mary department; on the left the MT. VERNON COLLEGE ITEMS. A The contest, for tho C. C. Williams prize at the Mt. Vernon Collegiate ' Friday was a marked success. i Longbeforo tho hour tho college ehai-e- l was crowded with students, citizens A Safeguard for the Rich. No llisk of Mt. Vernon and many friends from a i Results Aspired. distance. The stage was prettily deco rated for tho occasion. Tho front seats , Tho Now England Mutual Lifo were occupied by tho pupils of the pri- ' to Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. GEO. W. BEBORD Jnllerof Lincoln. Htiltject to tho action of tliotleiiiiK'nitlc paitj. N 11 cauilltlute for to tho otllco of JlJIXiiit; M. 11 c, SAtFLEY JR., Is camlldnte for the nomination for Circuit Judge of thl district, subject to the action or the oemiK'raiic puny. aca- Insuranco Co., BEAK THIS IN MIND. All l'olicies I&sucd Participate in the An nual Distribution of Surplus. Cash Surrender and Participating Paid up Insur- Issue all Forms of Life, Endowment nnd N a candidate for the nomination for ComTerm Policies monwealth'! Attorney of this ilNtrlet, to the action of tho democratic part). J. ft. OWSL.KV, hiiIi-Je- ct GARLAND SINGLETON Is acniiilldatpltir Siierlnlendeiit of I'uhllc Schools ol Lincoln county, sul'Jert to the action of the Dem- ance. ocratic party. Values Endorsed on Every Policy. No catch clauses; No line J. I- - HOLDA3I sub- print. Corres- Ases.ir of Lincoln county, rty. ject to the anion of the democratic Is a candidate for pondence Solicited. JESSE D. WEARE1T, Agent, Stanford, Ky. SAMUEL iM. OWENS Is a candidate for sheriff of Unroln county, subject to the action of the democratic party. T3M1MD ffl KOCS. EMMETT McCORAlACK I a candidate for Awwwrof Lincoln ruuuly, subour ject to tho action of thn democratic siipluri Is earnestly solicited. FARM s ! They grow lnrpr. There aro iionu Mnturu quIi'Uy. Pnttoii wdl at any ttRP. iff. (Ultsnntl Young Hours Kfiuly for sorvlcosl for !:ilo. ll.irrvdriuioutii Hook Kjcr mc-iIs a Awwr of Lincoln county, suh. for flipping JMl'dellvervd ntliotmSeun-tv-PhuCou- ti jetl ramlliUle for of tlietlemocratli. party. to the action JHr Sotting of rifttt'ii. All ifniulrltw clievrniHr tuiHwrivtl. J. M. ii H. J. McB035T5, Stanford. P. ELKIN JOE T. E9IIIRV .swir C. G. Blue - Grass Nurseries. SPRING, 1897. Jurri thing for Ordutnl, hum awl Gar-thl'ull ttock of Ornamental ami Fruit Tree, Grave Vine. Fruits. )'e emloy Small .Im;u'butawl at nil no aneuti n. of Lliiddu county, sub. Is a candidate for ject to the action of the democratic party and earnestly Bks your upwrt. 3.10 are reported BAKER uprt. -- iwj price direct to the planter. TtUphone inojjice. Xtratrbcrry awl general Aiirwry Catalogue on application to candidate for Awewr of Lincoln county, sul jeet to Hie anion of the democratic lurty Think. rntltli-- toa Imt thrtaHithern cmlof lbetuHtyl slim of the pie, he asks your Is U.F.lUl.UiSilYKn, 03 U'jeington, Ky WILLIAM JIOBELAND fr tlieactUtuofllie tleniwratlc paity. lie kindly Is a raihllilatc Llncidn, subject to asks FOIISALF JSY our suppoil. F. REID. STAN FORD, KY. Golddurt Horte for Uolh &tihlle and liar-net- s SAM W. NKNEFGC IsaraiHlitlstr of Llnectii nttinty, to llio action of the democratic arly. fr sub-Je- it Furore. Jersey And Short-Hor- n CUttle, Poland China llojt and Southdoim Sheejt. N a cniidldnte fur Jnller. .uhje-Choice ludiiidual of lnt 6trutnt tion of the di'tnoerath' partj Call or Write Your Want. DINK FARMER t to the ac- mu 10 w irv-rt- binds mi, sc, o 1 Mason Hotel MitS. U. I). SIMPSON, Pror. t Money to loan on Improied eltr proerty or Crm In Stanford and Lincoln county Alto I wll niter rent. tajl'IepuMic or for cnrirtloiiat uilldalsi furnish Dicciit.ir, .iliulnltratonor lluardtsin ,ui asenl for fouruf tho lwl lire UuniMiilcs doing ImslneM In Kentucky ami holders In Mantoril. ollcltutrouaHof other rouiiunle doing bUMUSM hre. lLali mum Sl.f.111 Laiicnstcr, Kentucky. t. Newly furuiohed, clean lutls; pplcndtd Porters tabic. Evetjthlng 8! meet a'l trains tlml-cIni- W.VI.I.AI ; l VA It.NO.N, AKU A. S. PRICK, Burgooc Doutist, 4UU11L SHELBY & SHELBY, ..l"rirlelors ..,. LIVERY.FEED&SALE Klnt-Oa- STABLE Stanford. Ky, llulldina Turnouts, prompt attention, Terr A wrtloii of )our lalroiiaga Is muoiiaMo rate 18 rcipectlully olI(ltel. Junction Oity, Ky Office oTer MclUherts' Drug Store In the'.Owsley J.X.Jones, TIN HCENTS In every county llorMi go on horsu In WKNTGD. I'mtsvlor tho Kentucky for the I.e-re- w I m SHEET 1B0H IIS, Invention that ever hint Ikmh STANFORD. KY nnd 91-t- BE n M g V H r rt w o S 5S a-- p c 03 Si o 3 3 L. AChieairoirirlsawa cloak hanging at the foot of her bed, but mistook It in few days. Near Mt. Gilead, in Mason county, Atnos Riggs shot and killed young Boyd and his father, V. R. Bojd. Young Boyd had eloped with Riggs' tiated. ft ft. the dark for a burglar. The scare caused hysteria from which she died in a It f. rn UJ ri v J3 H c rt CJ T3.5! u Kf tn .3 O CO vi 2 J A i s-- a O w LJ 3 Z CD " u .2 J- - I Lf i r John 11. ra u u a c a 3 -. rt ex c 0 o Castlemas. to A. U. Lakham. 4- l', INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. BSRBEE & CaSTLEHHH, - M r ri MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. TKIBBLX, Iical Agent, Stanford, WANTED-A- - 37lf Kentucky. N Ww RL JSK.tt v.v vcw m tN ww &ME w-t- m IDEA"a.f . "G. . daughter. Tho court of appealB affirmed the decision of tho Louisville court giving Paulino Markham 84,500 for hurting her pretty leg by stepping into a hole-i-n tho street. Just before he was to 6tart to tho galIN lows, the governor commuted tho senwho was to have tence of Dan Mnrphy, been executed Friday at Orangeburg, S. C. to life imprisonment. Kentuolcy. Stanford; The Illinois Central railway has dej elded to use electricity Instead of steam on its Chicago suburban service. Tho cost of the Improvement will bo be"W. TURNPIKK ELECTION. tween $500,000 and $1,000,000. The railroads will make strenuous Bill efforts to have tho passed at tho present extra session of Congress. Chicago railroad officials will urge Senator Cullom to push the p measure to an early passage. Dentist The Navarre Cafe at Lexington, which lost Riley Grannan about 50,- 000 during the short while ho ran It, Is SXTTTOiNr, now in charge of Charles Rice and W. REAL ESTATE Undertaker, H. Floyd, two Danville gentlemen. The Nashville city directory, just - - Kentucky EXCHANGE. Hustonviile, oat, gives tho city a population of 115,- - Queen & CkkSCKNT. rates to Op710. There are 2,800 more names man era Festival. Round trip tickets from OUer his service to the people of West Lincoln The city is Junction City and all points North to In last year's directory. and Casey counties. Full itoclc of Coffins and CaskJ. H. SOWDER, MANAGER. dally on sale et always 011 hand. given about 5.000 business firms and Cincinnati and return, Ono faro round 3 3. D. S. Carjieuter. Manager. seems to be spreading herself for tho March 29, to April Opera Festival in - JOURNAL Grand trip, account INTERIOR Centennial. Musio Hull, Great Artists, rich pro13UILDING: D. modified Its gram of masterpieces. Visit tho Queen The court of appeals has our PARTIAL LIST FARMS FOR SALE tax case, providing City during this Festival season. opinion in the bank particulars. Xtook that banks need not pay taxes on mon- ugent can give you full Excursions conducted, Factories Land STANFORD, KY. ey left in deposit, because the deposi IN ONE DAY. TO CUBE A COLD Mnlnlnu TfllilMt All Located, Loans Negotiated, Abstracts . . tl.... I. tho money. If It fa U to Cure, r or Furnished, Kents Collected. Write to tor pays on it, but reiterates that banks Druttxlsts All kinds of repairing done al resioaabla rib. capital stock,) Sle by W refund Uocker and O. U. Mcltouern, Crd Upholstering socially. Hltlsfactldd guarlateed. J. II. SOWDER, Stanford, Ky, ' L. Penny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. estate, etc. teal Anti-scalpe- rs Utrlir on wool and woolens will exceed !" their losses in consequence of tho out- doctor bills without benefit, Mr. Frank rageous taxes imposed. What a farce Dolxon of Sault Sle. Marie, Mich., was and a fraud. Philadelphia Record. cured by one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain DKAIXK IN Balm costing 23 cents and has not since tii .uniia ..rt.i i.j.ritt I'.mU fur iilank fence. been troubled with that complaint. Kor post and railing or wire fence can nnd what they MT. VERNON, sale by Craig t I locker. Druggists. want aliuy store near Cedar Creek, on theI'pike M leading fmui Crab Orchard to Stanford PleasThe people wero startled again last keep on hand a supply of plank for ftneing. All DVNGEUSOFTHEaiUP. building ptiri); also boards bv the news of the postotlico robweek kinds of lumber for article All bery. The robbers carried oil $200 In The greatest danger from La Grippe is and shingle. call oilcron nt desiring any iirarlt-da- id my atom mu tbls Miiilcaii cash and all the registered letters. En- of its rcsult'ng in pneumonia If reason- Creek. W. SINil.l.ru 82 ' trance was made through the front able" caro is iiicrt, however, all danger is supposed. Among tho tens of door, It will be avoided. A party went down to hear Moody thousands who have used this remedy for last week. Mesdames Williams, la grippe, wo liav yet to learn of apinglo and Albright. Misses Bessie and fm.f h ivinir resulted in nnctimonia which o Fertilizers and Ocal. Lena McCluro Be6sio Williams and ulwiuu fiiudimivi'lv tlint this ri'incilv is a Will carry a larger t. k of Furnlturo of all Unds High-Gradand Edgar Al- certain preventive of that dread disease this cur than ettrr roreaml will ell ilicapertliau floods Warranted as ltepiieiited. Dlllco on Messrs Wade Brown 'llio Ullrer ChlUed, A iilcan. Plow bright composed tho party. It will elfect a permanent cure in less anylixly point of all Main Street, opiMislto Klmore's Store, The death of Mr. John A. Proctor, titni. limn mu- - ntlior treatment. The 'Ti Slherbtrel and Chatun.KX und Cultivators and DoiitdoMionli, all Malta Slnnford, KentucUx. who returned from tho Lexington asy- and 50 cent sizes foreale by raig it Rock kinds. thol-t- t In the world. Tanners, cnll In and make, thing oii want from u buggy down. weeks ago, occurred hist er Druggists gel any lum about two J. II OWKXS, S.ti..sux. lto..tfully, rD. S. CAitl'r.XTI.lf Saturday. Ho had been a great suifer-e- r FKOII OKIPPLE CHEEK. from a bullet wound in tho shoulder He leaves a and a fractured sKull. Aftnr tlm liitllrrt Iii Crituilu Creole. I & young wife to mourn his early death. took a very severe cold and tried many (Qj THE POPULAR The Aid Society met with Mrs. remedies without help, tho cold only ho Thursday. The W. C. T. U. coming more settled. After using three met with Mrs. Forrester at the Miller small bottles of ( hamberlain's 'ough Cora anil Hay. the ltallroad House Saturday. A parlor meeting Itnmnilv iwilh ll.i mill nnd coilL'li loft me. composed of ladles who aro friends of and in this hlu'h atitude it takes a merito Order Ollico and Keel Exchange, nejr Crossing, DcjKit Street. tho temperance work will be held at rious cough remedy to do any good. 0. - Mrs. Dr. A. G. Lovell's next Wednes- it Jlctificisou, uuiior i;auy uiverusor. Coal Yard. Mill Street, lately J. 11. lilgglus'. day. SatWactlon guaranteed. sale by raig Ai Hocker, Druggists. Mrs. Jonas McKlnzie has been quite For ill. Mrs. J. T. Brooks is visiting her father. Dr. J. M. Williams Is out from Louisville. Mr. Hugh Martin, Misses Jennie Harris und Sallio Purall, of Tim stockholders of the D.invlllu ft Crab (n. Brodhead, attended tho contest. Mrs. Orclinn! Turnplko will meet ut tho I'lrst NaMiller Jones is very ill. Mr. George tional a,Hank In Stanford. Kv.. ofon Saturday. electing Di Miss Mary April lny". for the purpou McCoy is in Middlesboro. ensuing juar. Green, of Altamont, is the guest of rectors lor tnoJAOIv llOHLEY, ritKSUiENT. rWTV MWl friends here. Miss McNcal, of Pittsim. i r"i burg, s the guest Mr. and Mrs. James n A lWT Tor Salt! or llent My rami of t Ky. Miss Cora Griilln en- rnlVlH 70 Acres, well Improved. Duel Lunuram. Little tertained her friends Saturday evening ing In limits of town of Stanford. Water Office on Lancaster street at ltcsldonco In honor of her seventh birthday. Miss und llghU free. J. S. Hundley, Stanford. Bessio Sparks has been ill but is recovering. Miss Eva Martin visited Miss Bessio Miller last week. Mrs. Georgia Rico was elected secretary of the Christian S. S. last Sunday. rics. sheep owners in me unueu amies whoso profit by reason of the excessive rf Imimnaiul I'lKt.flf WOnlull fab- - Mcltolrts, Druggist. There are probablv not 100,000 Sole proprietor of ;rean lllaelc Diamond Konf painting Paint Kstlmato jumlthed for tfiiaraliti-c- l wood, All metal and Iron roofs. Satisfaction RHEUMATISM QUICKLY CUBED. IIUcU Diamond Taint roof painted with Den' Dealer In Imsl Cistern After having been confined to tho house warranted for rears. niters, t.a'anUeil anil Illack for eleven days and paying out 25, in Iron ltoofinRof Ironkinds. -.. all it etillitr. Lltely Hpiitn mnku (3 I'or further iwirtlculars, ai-pl- great! Invtiiitcil, to vto (leuerul Agent. Junction City, Ky. W.T. ItlCIIAKD.-O-N, J. B. HIGGINS, Farm Wanons ure Vehicles, m Mc-Clur- e, D. S. CARPENTER, 1m Agricultural Implements, Me-Kinn- MOMOMIM0uMlOIMM SON, mum COKL, DEKLERS NOEL Of DR. B. PKNirr, OMBMBaolMDlXvO IV llfj ijMOlMllQlTO iOfioiM LH iStanford, rSinfl .astv J. T. PululO lYV' fMO IMOMIM10IN1 OliJ GOIMOMlQllNID) O.l'.A FRANK J. KEED, Chicago. B.1I. IlACON, "" MM aMOiMMiDi H. PHILLIPS, Mm (MO MM Gun nd Smith D.r.A Ixiulavllle. 0KI lrl0lM0IMM0iM0M 4 &$ ,:.-,&kti.- ..ui titinikmiiml&iivMttn i)itlv,$imk:mmiiuiiA, Aha faHtfjA-- )