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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897040201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. POLITICS. Ilnn-lsom- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 189T. LANCASTER. K. i NO. 10 RELIGIOUS. to-nig- HUSTONVILLC. STANFORD FEMHLE C0LLEC6. President. OPENED JANUARY The Hustonvllle Minstrels will give Hev. II. N. FaulconeirIs holding a reJudge W. storeWILLIAM SHELTON. t VT. Palmer, who was public irin-to- r keeper, has beenWalker, a great show at Wulton's Opera House , transferred from Hen- vival at Junction City. i Iihh boon plvun tlio The Second Session of 1800 97 under 2d. A 620,000 church, with $1.,000 organ, Where l ry Truylor'n to tho distillery at Silver iHwItiun by McKlnluy. wiinv ON MONDAY, 2GTH, 1897. Our farmers are complaining of beIs soon to be built at Cynthlana. Creek for this month. Sunutor Llmmy? ing kept behind in their spring work For full information about Courses of Study, Terms, Ac, send for our New Cata Mr. William Shugars, father of W. Hon. Hoko Smith has resumed his Introduced in A joint resolution wtis by the continued rains. logue. Address, MRS NANNIE S, SAUFLEY, Lady PixcirAL, Stanford, Ky. Coiiffi-eufor the unnoxutlon of tho, K. Shugars, of MeKinney, is a candi- place us (superintendent of u Presbytes' II. H. Camnltzhas rented G. M. for city judge, subject to the ac- rian Sunday school at Atlanta, Gu. IhIiuuIh to bo known us tho date Sunilwtoh dwelling house on Muln street and tion of the republicans. A dispatch from Madisonville says Suite of lliiwnii' At this writing, April 1st, the fools that a three weeks' revival In the Cum- will move to it immediately. Mrs. Heltho I'oraker und Hunnu have buried en Huffman will occupy her house bloody hatchet and Damon and Pythlat are taking in tho bait, hook and part berland Presbyterian church there rewhich Mr. Camnitz vacates. Is sulted in .00 conversions. of the town I were not closer friends than these erst- of the Hue and inoit ! Messrs. Uriah and Joss Dunn have a therefore in an uproar. Hev. J. H. Crouch, of Ludlow, has acenemies appear to be. while political rtV J. I. Hamilton has bought tho 13. K. cepted the call to tho pastorate of the nice lot of young horses that they are & Consul General Lee has been tiotlll: bo needed ; Hull farm, three miles from town, on Baptist here and will begin his work putting in shnpo for tho Southern mared that hU services will not Falls I'rnncli and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold at the for-& OS acres, nre bringing ket. Good horses Danville pike, containing at II A. M., next Sunday. x after April lf. It is understood that the lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. prices here, but plugs can be Hev. George II. Turner, of Ohio, has on the ground at for which he paid 1,200. his successor will, be Miss Mao Ware, who has been visit- accepted the call to the Wulnut Flat had almost for the asking. 1-- 2c. that time. Dr. P. Humphreyjins told his dweling her sister, Mrs. K. K. McHolwrts, ' cliutvli, und writes that he will begin SiK;aUer Heed Is quoted as saying ling house to Dr. J. C. Barker, of In Hopkins- - his labors on the M Sunday in April, that he will not npjwlnt tho remaining will return to her homo &! At Iiouho. with one cent added for delivery inside town limits. Corn Hev. Dr. Starr, o Hlehmond, Va., Dunnville. Dr. Barker Is fitting up il beginning vlllo Friday. Mrs. H. F. Hudson Is veu to Houm committees until the per bushel. Uati irom HO l ry 111. the house for occupancy and will short- M! 40 to 00c to HocUK) pounds. Millet,irom per 100 iwc per bushel, liny, tiri!i()u1 li sermon' nn inniiblinir mid as , per 5ic lbs. per 100 of tho regular session of Congress In . ." . K. A. Stone's grocery and furniture ..I ly move his family here and begin the ; lbs. Shipstuff, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 65c per Straw, 30cWe keep M a one oi lus nearers palu 100 lbs December. store has been closed, to pay some city result oi it (M. practice of medicine In our midst. Dr. iflV stock of all constantly on hands. Ca 1 and seo us before buying. Chrisman has called tho debts, which he was unable to meet on another 81,000 ho had won from him at Al Chairman T1: Humphrey expects to take a special tlV! VJ cards. w w mm mi mt ww DanM w democratic committee to meet at account of heavy losses incurred by the course in surgery in New York and Preaching at Christian church Suntime last lire in this city. ville tomorrow to decide- on the day morning by J. T. Sharrard, then spend some time In Kurope under and manner of selecting candidates for Willis Myers, aged 70, and Jane Ad- subject, "Host, Peace, Joy." No tho famous surgeons of London and county otllces. mits, 07, two prominent colored people, preaching at night to greet tho new Berlin. First Assistant Postmaster General who wore lovers In days Misses Mattlo and Catherine Alcorn Uaptist minister. apHeath bays not another Kentucky und who had never taken marriage In tho last live years .2 now versions spent the spring vacation given by through his vows, wore made one flesh at the pointment will bo made o have been added to the list of langua- their school at Oxford, O., at homo on department until a United States Senaon Wednesday. ges and dialects in which tho Hlble is a visit to their father. Misses Mattlo tor has been elected. That's all right. Miss Kllza Lusk is a candidate fur printed. Tho llrst Bible for tho blind and Minnie Dinwiddle are in CincinnaWo do not need 'etn. school superintendent, subject to tho ti familiarizing themselves with tho Jailer William 11. Wllkorson attack action of the democratic party. She is was printed in Louisville. . Win. Thomas T. Polly, of Dunnville, Casey latest modes In Fun-oi- l on the streets highly eomotent and quite jMjpular, ed Attorney K. I'. Weatherford has returned from Hot Columbia, of Lexington and administered a black Iwlng related to some of tho best fami- county, is under arrest at Springs, Ark., much improved In eye for suj)M).ed wrongs done him by lies lu the county, and will be a formid- charged with giving cheeks to several on the bank of Columbia, when health. Mrs. Charles Wheeler has reparties Farrell In the late primary, In which able candidate. turned from Cincinnati, where she lie had no money on deposit. Wilkcreon was defeated. placDr. J. 15. Klnnalrd has already Hev. Harvey Miller, of Bushtown, 's purchased a stock of spring millinery Common-cla- l This from the Cincinnati ed 70 telephones, a larger number than and observed the latest fashions Miss Tribune Is decidedly cruel: I f any Is In use In much largor towns. Hut It assisting Hev. G. W. Boiling In a meet- Margaret Hopper and Mr. Thomas ing at tho colored Baptist chuich hero Ixxly wants to dNcovor tho must be remembered thnt our people villc, visited friends National democracy at talk more than other Kopli. I mean, and already ill "are ready for the wa- Mitchell, of Perry hero Friday. Paul Drye, of Valley ter," us Bro. Boiling expresses It. this time, ho had better buy tin outtlt of course, that they are eminently and The Methodist meeting Is now in its View, was here on a visit to relatives suluible for deep sea soundings. notoriously social. 10th week and some of the members last week. Jas. Hose is back from the Tho Harmlsburg Sayings says Judge A man here says that he will go to Hev. W. South whither he went some time since a sermon. s M. C. Sautley has lllled tho iosltion of any one of the that has been have notmlssod has the assistance of In search of health. Charley Adams Is We will Sell Children's now circuit judge ably and honestly and abandoned and collect toll from sunrise S. Grlnstead y roliglous buffering from an attnek of rheumatism his career und character are too favoi-abl- to sotisol on all fair and bright days Hev. L. L. Pickett and the of fervor Is at white heat. There have that confines him to his room. Claude known to his follow cltl.ens when there Is to bo no eclipse of tho sanetlllca-tlonPrultt Is sick at tho home of his father Mercer to require any further com- sun. He Is a man of remarkable cour- been many confessions and near town. Charles Wheeler was sick ment from this boureo. soldier. age and nn a few days of this week. Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., says the On Tuesday evening at 7:.'U) o'clock VICINITY NEWS. Fifty, 75c and $1 goods for Sayings, has mmlojii most at tho residence of the bride's father, MT. VERNON, In the servant of tho jwople of Capt. Mr. W. Leslie Horndon, son Several children have died at Rich HsItlon of Commonwealth's attorney William Horndon, and Miss Hettio mond of diphtheria, but the disease Is The ladies' aid society met with Miss of his entire Koblubou, aged Is, daughter of J. C. .mri :m Mattie Williams last Thursday. Sev abating. would bo n merited compliment to a Robinson, one our most prominent mer Gov. Bradley refused to pardon Ellen eral now members have been admitted worthy and aspiring young man. chants, were married, Ho v. T. II. Cam Sherman, of Laurel, for horsestealing. recently. In tho Fayette county primary Cir- pbell otllciatlng. They are well con Uugallant man ! Mr. .las. Albright, of Brodhcad, was cuit Judge Watts Parker defeated nectod, Ijolonglng to two of the most Tom Fisher,-- Wayne county Negro in town Tuesday. Mr. Wm. Newcomb, .Remember this day only. We also have an elegant line of George U. Klnkead, N. J. Gentry de- prominent families in the county. ate 111 boxes of sardines and three lb-- . formerly of this place, thinks of going Hilly Wiikerson for jailer; C. C. feated have loen de of crackers at one sitting. Four more to Cuba at an early date. Chlnn defeated Then. Lewis for county stroyed in the neighborhood of Huena Tho parlor meeting at Mrs. Lovell's There arc 110 Commonwealth cases, clerk and Iloburt Haker was nominated Vista und IJrynntsvillo. Dire threuta two for murder, on the docket of the passed off most pleasantly. Temperfor assessor over Samuel Scott. The of violence by dynamiting and burning Madison court, which begins Monday. ance and religious subjects were discaudldates for the other county otllces were made, which Induced one of tho Senator Lindsay has reintroduced tho cussed with great interest. had no opjosltlon. keepers to lock up und abandon his Blackburn bill to pension Mrs. Sarah Tho remains of Miss Lizzie Sowder Tho DIngley bill passed tho House premises. It Is said that Charles Houl-de- A. Landram, of Lancaster, at $50 per were taken to Maretsburg last Wednesii'Jo to 121. One jxipullat and live Which we are selling president of the Lancaster & Lex- month. day for Interment. After an illness of democrats voted for it: Meyer, ington road, received notice that ho Maj. Thomas K. Tutt, of St. Louis, several months she passed quietly away and Davey, of Loulslana.and would bo held pcrsonully resionslblo If who married a daughter of tho late Tuesday afternoon. Drouesai-Kleberg and Slayden, of Texas, and more toll was collected. Similar no- Clifton Rodes, of Danville, is dead, Mrs. G. D. Cook, of Livingston, visiWmmmZ Populist Howard, of Alabama. Twon tices were served on the gate keepers aged 75. ted Judge Lair's family this week. Mrs. K)pullsts, sllverltes and fusion-Ist- s and tho result Is, one of tho best roads A dispatch says that Edna, the Stucky and Mrs. Sam Wnrd passed declined to vote at all. Tho bill is de- in tho county Is now ocu. This means daughter of II. C. McDougle, through town to Livingston last Tues- Beyond comparison in Material, Make and Price. signed more for protection than reve- a reign of anarchy and a total surren- of Casey, was drowned by falling Into u day. Mrs. S. W. Whitehead cume up Look, $7.50, $10 and $12. nue. It comprises of 102 pages. to attend the wedding. der of every principle of law und good tub of water. of Indiana, will remove government. If this is permitted, the Gov. Mount, Abrum Kulp, head of the society of Orange blossoms and wedding belles Dr. Thomas, superintendent of tho outlaws can regulate tho price of all ar- Shakers, died at Pleasant Hill, Mercer were In order lust Wednesday. Mr. Southern Asylum at Fvansvllle, bo ticles of merchandise and proper com- county, of Injuries sustained by a horso Charles Splllman und Miss Lucilc Jop-ll- n cuisoof evidence that when returning mercial relations will bo wholly de- falling on him. woro inurrled at tho homo of the from a State convention he "took no stroyed. It Is yet hoped that the libAs a result of tho diphtheria scare bride's parents at 11 o'clock by Elder The finest selection and best made for $1. Remember the less than 12 drinks of whisky between eral wards olleretl will bring the at Richmond, children under 14 years Farrea, of Lexington. Tho bride nevHats, Shoes and Xeckwcar. day and date. Torre Hauto and F.vansvlllc" Ilowiys are required to remain oil tho streets er looked more beautiful than on this to justice. no man who drinks In that way H)llco attend all funerals. that and her wedding day; attired in a blue gray shall preside In any Asylum for whUli Mrs. John Williamson has withdrawn cloth with hat to match. A number of ho Is responsible, and ho Is right. from the race for school superintend- her friends were present besides the Tho Louisville Commercial must adent of Madison. Prof. J. D. Clurk will following from n distance: Mr. and THE GLOBE, Danville, Ky. mit, however, that they are masters of make the race for tho democratic Mrs. J. T. Brooks, Paris, Messrs. Geo. situation, whou It says: Gov. Hrad-lethe and Will Splllman, Luueuster, Mrs. M. VA commanding general, with Hon. Younger Norrls, of Madison, sold two Thompson, Louisville, and Mrs. S. W. tine, Englisn fox hounds to Stephen Whitehead, Virginia. About 10 couAugustus WiUoir chief of stair, and an Walker, of Garrard, for $00. The dogs ples attended the reception Tuesday assistant adjutant general, command seven republican bolters. ure pronounced tho champion chasers evening. Tho happy couple left at once 'A an army of of Central Kentucky. strength ot this army, as regards Tho for their home at Logana, Jessamine BY A speciul to the Richmond Register county. numbers, very accurately- represents from Klrksville says that John Henry, the amount of respect and conlldence A law which has just gone into effect M son of James R. Henry, insulted the entertained for these gentlemen by the W: wlfo of Andrew Delauoy, and tho wo- provides that the passing of mutilated Kentucky. republicans of man by her screams frightened him or defaced coins, or the mutilation und of tho democratic State defucement of coin for nny purpose, away. Henry Is at large. .'.Mitrulcoininlltco Carroll: "I would not The Danville Advocate says that shall be held to bo a criminal offense, hesitate If a member of Congress to Judge Prewltt has been notified by tho punishable by imprisonment for a pevote for a UirllT on any article raised or Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Kentucky or tho South State board of equalization that Boyle riod of one to five years und a fine of produced in BAM P. JQiTtS. Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. county's assessment will bo raised IS $100 to $2,000. Under this law the prac that could bo benefited by protection. Wo are met by a condition that demo- Who will lecture at Walton's Opera per cent, on town lots and 14 per cent, tices of presenting ladies wiih coins of Square, Stanford, Ky Room Opposite Court-Hou- se crats who entertain tho sumo vlows House, at 2 I'. M., April 5th, on "Got on land and personalty. Mr. W. G. gold or silver, with the initials of tho 4fl Proctor und family will leave within dotior engraved thoreon, to be worn as iSTtiiW'VZG&ZrA&rAX I do had no p.irt lu bringing about, and Thoroand Stay There." the next 10 days for Idnno to reside bangles, will bo a criminal offense. making tho best of It. I am In favor of permanently, while Mr. Proctor disMATRIMONIAL. Besides tho 10,000 squnro miles of ArI .seo no sense or reason In adhering to poses of some important business en- kansas lands now under water, u stretch that practical condiparty declarations Frank Oliver attempted suicide at gagements there. on tho Mississippi side, 100 miles long tions have destroyed or made obsoF.lkton, W. Va., because his wife danclete." 20 to 30 miles wide, comprisand and from -At Brunswick, Gu., a President MoKinloy said on the 4th ed with an old beau of hers. ing one of the richest farming sections colored man bet 76 cents to W. P. Buchanan mid Miss Salllo of March: "The severest economy of it already planted In tho world, much .mist bo observed In all public expendi Hall, daughter of Mllford Hall, woro 50 cents that ho could Bwlm the swollen in corn aud potatoes, is rapidly g tures, and oxtraveganco stopped where- married at Mlllcdgovlllo Tuesday. Flint river. The stakes were held by beneuth tho inpouriug flood. Is, Receiving his- a woman who, in giving an account of over it Is found, and prevented wtiero-eve- r Eueh is 10 years old. The situation is awful, many peoplo It may bo developuffalr, Bald: "I jes' turn de money In the future Lowls French and wife, of Indianap- tho havlug been drowned and others forced ed. " Congress answered by passing in olis, celebrated tho 03th anniversary of over a soon us he jump in." Tho se- to llee from their homes. a few hours, without allowing debate their mnrringe Tuesday. lie Is 93 and quel proved her judgment to bo corGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. Joo Neul, known us tho ''boy orator of appropriation bills aggregating Tho old lady cooked tho din- rect. stutement is mudo thut tho New Paints vi lie," has become suddenly Inshe The il which President Cloveland ner herself while hor husband cut the York Journul and World spent $50,000 sane. He is but 10 years old and declinon account of gross ex stove-woo- d tn slim and brought water. on tho prize fight. Tho former gave ed the privato secretaryship under Contravagance and corruption; and Presi No smoke, dust or cin- Sonutor Ingulls $3,500 und tho latter gressman Fitzpatrlck. CoMKOUT. THE 9REAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOlJOF THE SOUTH. dent MoKinloy signed uieui, snowing Tho wages of the B. & O. S. W. railmust bo condemned ders on Queen & Crescent Route limit- paid John L. Sullivan $3,000 to report or embwatw wjuims ii iroiwui. that extravagance people, and n way machine shopmen of Washington, . X. .. 7 J HT IHr It ALUM RJ"lB&k HI Uff HtrilHMI Nn f f t riZj.. T ed trains South. Hock ballast. Superb It for them. lu order to fool the tjj?jtjjM'yffsaaM&y-ffir7iujobs must i bills reeking with Ind., have been reduced 10 per cent, THE COUNTRY. WMKTtp. The Philadelphia mint turns out trains with every comfort. Fast time MMOMCgU W be passed In order to pleaso the politi- and the short line from Cincinnati. under McKinley and prosperity. coppers a year. Qmooi'JoujtmirRE. Louisville Post. U. S. Glv-enI P mVev UJLUOJL I i ij J satit-facto- ry 1 ! TOTrWinM AMiUJCrtS ! 11 r Goal Frorr) 7c to . . . d i j .... - ante-bellu- m court-Iioup- spring-millinery- r-- Notice To Mothers And Ladies ! whore-alKMitsoft- BEAR THIS IN MIND: toll-gate- s. SfiirtSBfouseWaists.affSizes Hat-rodsbu- rg inilor.-.emou- t Only 25 Cts. CHILDREN'S a toll-gat- n, ed d ty-on- o two-year-o- ld kbit J. LOWER THAN EYER. SUITS, SUIT Fit, mit-crean- tb L FroSiman & Co., nom-natio- n. y, m UDDGRCAKinG m - J. C. M'CLARY. 1 Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. m H. G. RUPLEY, one-arm- ed one-legg- ed THE MER6HANT TAILOR -- dlsap-lenrln- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. $75,-000,0- 00 8-- re-ru- yjfaerf0?tfM$fJwJ V 'm uppro-orlatlo- Wire&f&ttJtlM'JtrriafIl' 100,-000,0- . cians. ',& "" I i fflwfltf2rJ&r &MWH21&?ttjZ f .UiufaiiAVliliiMMiitn im0m$vM&t4ibmxt ; s.tr. .kttftnk m . . , g t.;g mt frniy.1iw iufcijffifK R!' 3 Ti'ftTf-'r- T rmiWntriTir.HTirutm.i.i yft'mnt1 ffw'affffH fr .,! . 1,1 1 I' . j H r-- . K and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL!: ho fallhclus tho or it Let justice bo done though the heav P 4 Stanford. Ky., April W. P. WALTON. 2, 1897 B r i IIUNTEK's pocsc is cooked. He has all along claimed that If he could have continuous balloting he would get there and in great shape. The opportunity was given him Tuesday, but after 13 ballots, he lost instead of gained and at the end was further from the prize than ever. Wednesday he claimed that ho had a man or two up his sleeve and he was given another chance to make good his claim, but after live ballots his vote fell from CO to3S and again the body adjourned without electing a U. S. Senator. It becomes more and more apparent that Hunter can not bo elected and as ho has declared that ho will fight it out on this lino if it takes all summer, there will possibly be no election, unless some of his followers tire of the fruitless task and realize that the farce is costing the State a day, and vote to elect a good man to the U. S. Senate. This no reasonable man can claim for Hunter, who is incapable of filling the position with credit to the State. It Is now said that 14 have already expressed a willingness to throw Hunter overboard and there aroothers.who it is claimed will demand a new caucus after this week. Following is the latest from the seat of war: $1,-000 hurts. A dispatch in the Louisville Post says thatGen. Har din's charges that Gov. Bradley said at Harrodsburg In February, 1S05, that he was for free silver, and would make his campaign on that issue. Tho general gives Senator Bronston and Judge Saullev as witnesses against the gov ernor and In order to test tho truth of the charge we sought Judge Saulloy. We can testify that long before the convention that nominated him, Gov. Bradley declared himself unequivocally for the existing standard, which was and is gold. In response to questions Judge Sautley said with reference tD tho Harrodsburg conversation: "Gov. Bradley was In Harrodsburg at tho February term, ISM, of tho Mercer circuit court. He nnd Mr. Bronston were encaged on opposing sides of n criminal caso. I had several conversations with Gov. Bradley on tho financial question at that term ofcourt. He did not in any of them say that ho "believed free silver was the proper theory of finance." As I remember the substance of his views as expressed then, it was that he was not as familiar with the subject as ho should be; that he was thenlengnged in studying it, but that the inclination of his mind was toward a single gold standard. He did not, In my hearing, then or at any other time, utter a word which would lead to the conclusion that he was In favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver." truth be told no matter A bill to brand all persons convicted of burglary when their terms in the penitentiary expire with tho letter n nn onoh cheek, has been presented. The House committee on revenue nnd taxation reported bills originating lu the committee, to fund 8500,000 of Isfloating indebtedness of the State, to Juwarrants after sue Interest-bearin- g ly 1. and to increase the State tax from JH tn.V'l oniltH. As a part of the many disgraceful efforts of the Hunter crowd to elect their man, it Is told by the Louisville Times correspondent that a nymph du pave was paid 20 to drug a member, which she did, by giving him morphine in whisky, but ho revived in time to be present and voto against tno miseraoie Ttnlrtl'adosk mate, A. D. Thompson, stated before tho investigating committee that Baird told him last winter that the Hunter people offered him, 0 through E. T. Franks, the sum of on roll call to answer to his name and then leave 'the house before his 0 name was reached In the ballot and If he would vote outright for Hint85,-0087,-00- The president has signed tho Senate resolution making nn appropriation of 8250,000 Immediately available for tho protection of life and property from tho floods In tho Mississippi river. The town of Chandler, Oklahoma, was swepl by a cyclone Tuesday. At least 100 persons were Injured and fully 50 killed. Tho business ortlon of the town burned and many jwoplo with it. ed religion and confessed some of tho sins of tils earlier years to his wife. Mrs. Cross, instead of condoning his youthful errors, brought suit for divorce. Miss Lucy Marshall, of Centralla, Mo., began hiccoughing Christmas day and has never been able to quit it. Since then two of her sisters havobeen simllarlv affected and now all three hiccough day and night. Grav Hadtllx surrendered to the sheriff of Breathitt county saying that ho had killed Web Little. Ho claimed that he and Little had had a previous difficulty and had met by chanco in tho road. They decided to talk over tho matter, but when Haddlx turned his head Little drew a pistol and told him to make peace with his God. He then drew his weajnui and fired Iwfore Little used his, killing him almost instantly. Befieotlons of a Baonolor. A bachelor maid Lt a spinster who lives in a city histoid of a small town. A girl is bound to have a wedding of Eomo sort. If she can't gut a man, she says sho is wedded to her work. The moro a woman talks about tho equality of tho hcxwj tho less sho likes to admit that sho has to work for n living. Tho main reason why short skirts will never liccomo popular with women is that then thoy couldn't wear out their old shoos. A girl with a new engagement ring reminds you of a man who always keoprf his overcoat unbuttoned when lw hiw on a dross suit New York Ptvm. nun!?. F. O. TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN FRIGES. - Cros, of Bedford, Ind., profess- By special arrangement we are now in position to oiler our customers n reduction of about 2,0 schemer. PKR CENT. On all purchases made at our store. HOW IT IS DONE BY THE COUPON SYSTEM. "We I er. News Briefly Told Wyoming railroads are blockaded by snow. Gen. Peyton Wise, a noted citizen of Richmond, Va., is dead. Over 1,100 deaths occurred in Bombay from the plaguo In one week. give each customer making a Cash Purchase at a coupon to the value of 10 per cent, of tho amount of their purchase, whether it is 10 cents or $100. These out-stor- e coupons are redeemable at our store in April 1. The joint aswithsembly took three ballots reached. The first out a result being ballot stood. Hunter 08, Blackburn 43, Davie 11, Boyle 7, Stone one. The 2d and 3rd wero the same. Adjourned at 1:10 1. M. without an election until to Frankfort, to-da- y morrow. til HI M That there is only a step from unrestrained lawlessness to anarchy is shown again in the action of the turnpike raiding fiends in Mercer. They have threatened to blow up the homes of the president and directors of the Cornishville pike if more toll is collected and the scary crowd has ordered A PENSIONER aged 55 at Louisville the collection stopped. A notice has runaway with and married a girl of 10 also been served on a mill run by a cor- Tuesday. He'll live to be about four poration that Hour must be sold at $2 Bcore and then leave her a widow at 40, per hundred and a number of tobacco who will be good to draw a pension till beds belonirincr to wealthy farmers have she is 80. And so it goes, does the hnnn ilnstroved. with a notice left that never Ulltuug ...! uinaa iiikiwiuiu ...ll uuu 1. ....... !..., ..!.,,. ucuuuusuujU) permitted to raise I)ensjon burden, for which neither this no rich man shall be tobacco. There may be nothing In these generation nor the next will see the r.h ronta and ncain there may be. The last. cowardly scamps have so far kept their We are indebted to Gov. McCreary carcasses out of jail and emboldened anxious to do for the first two volumes of tho "Oill- by their success they are ninl TJnnnnls of the Union and Confed" other anu worse deeds. The lawless T ; of the Kebcl- seems to have been organized erate Navies in the War element Hon, , issued unc lor the ,d rectior , 0 n for devilment, and it is high time that , v.v.. ..... the advocates of law atd order were or L'UYCIIUIIUIIU iuaill uiumi volume Is to ganizing to checkmate the rascals and about 900 pages. Another complete the record to shoot down the enemies of society follow and when interesting one. be a full and will like dogs. I J finds that joking is not what it is cracked up to be. He said the other day that Mr. Violctt had promised to vote for Hunter and the remark got into the newspapers. It made Vlolett very nrgry and he started out to Iclll the doctor, but was sidetracked. They finally met and James was explaining that It was all a joke and that he had not said exactly what was charged to him any way. Sergeant- Tyler said ho heard James say it, whereupon James called him a liar and Tyler struck him. Then James made a feint as If to get a pistol. Tyler went for his knife but unfortunately a good newspaper Item was spoiled by bystanders. Senator James Campbell county upwards of 810,000. Five persons were suffocated by y apartment house smoke In a In New York. One Negro committed suicide and another attempted It within a week at Georgetown. A Detroit man wrote 17.S58 words on a postal card, beating all records sevfive-stor- The Jackson-Wallin- g trial cost Silverware, "Which we mark down in price 20 to ,'J0 per cent, less than its ordinary retail value. By this means our customers secure all average discount on their general purchases of from 20 to .'JO per cent, and at the same time "We secure an elegant and useful hoiehold necessity. at-ar- preacher-politicia- n i r i OF1 i II h ! V I li I' l t I ?.! (1 F. j , ted with a huge bouquet the other-town-, attached showed us a letter the other day morning, which had 0 card Courier- - dressed "To the Old Hickory of he had written for the denouncing everybody and tucky Republicans.' Linney has almost as that stood In tho way of velopcd a backbone as strong the whole ad- -' that of democracy's idol and Hunter's election and bouncing the of thanks for ministration for not doing more for his State owes him a vote are fewer fsi to foist Hunter on us. Ho says that there Negroes In the public service now than Ij? ,n.llel. to bCaro otr importers who under democratic rule, the only two ';,ntrv the dg to . that ho knows of getting jobs, haying IIm)b0 q Qoav by tt voto of been given the nice one of spittoon o0l lo lldol)ted an amendment to the cleaners atFrankfort. Great dlssatis- mainir u ,Ilknntr,,Rt Anrll 1. .' ..-- , ho claims, exists among the As the Senate hasn't acted on the bill colored voters, who are ripe now to nnd nmynotpags lt InUsiriasent shape, leave torever me pari um, rotroactlvo ftitttui.0 wm not cut and never fulfills. If there is no im- fl(rur(j provement and soon Rev. Boiling says SPEAKER Reed has had the Dlngley he will announce himself a candidate in 189!) and bust the re- - bill pushed through the House with for governor publican party to Winters. Wo should indecent haste, but it will strike a snag In tho Senate, where it is hoped the bi glad to seo him do it. iniquitous measure to levy unjust tri- JUDGE J. R. Jewele, who became bute from the people will be shelved famous by his remark, "Politics Is for good and all. Hell," has gone, let us hope, where the wicked cease from trom troubling and The Lexington Herald says that Rep- nnHrloR in never known. He died at a'SCUlilUIUUUUlia) nil" "HVUiui ' (JUUWVO Lexington where ho was police judge. iartin for U. S. Senator, is "a Uemo- In many ways he is said to have been crat y convicting a gentleman." We tho most remarkable man that ever thought Mr. Johns was a singular kind lived In Lexington, no had a wonder- - of a democrat, but didn't know it was ful influence over tho late Gov. Black - a3 bad aa that- ' burn, who at his suggestion, pardoned The Todd County Times is the latest In one day. His popular! 105 convicts ty was wonderful and his elections wero ' to join our class, but it must discard type if it expects to stay annarently accomplished with such ease that horse-biin it. Brevier is the largest type al that politics seemed otherwise than D'ye lowed in a first-clahell with him. mind Bros. Penlck and Oldham? WE do not charge that the editor of the Harrodsburg Sayings is a sucker, The Legislature, but when he bites at such a bait as the Tho House the bill reduc'Ulster County Gazette" telling about ing tho feo forjadvertislng delinquent the death of Washington, and publish- lists from 82 to 75c. es a whole page from it, ho kinder gives Senate passed tho bill to allow himself away. A million or more of Tho having second-clas- s cities to counties tho original and only Ulster County elect a school superintendent indepenenterprisGazettes wero printed by an dently. ing firm and 6old at the Philadelphia A bill has been introduced to raise in 1870. Centennial the amount from 8100 to 8200 upon THE bill to take Pincville from tho which an appeal can bo taken to tho 4th and put it in tho oth class of cities court of appeals. Tho House passed tho bill reducing was passed by the House. The iwoplo paying taxes to sup- - appellate and circuit judge salaries there arc tired of Bvstem of government, which from 85,000 and 83,000 to 81,000 and 82," can not afford, and if tho Senate 60) respectively. they Glanders is raging among tho horses Hnnoa't hurrv un and pass tho bill be fore" the hoga root up the rest of tho In Bourbon and Harrison and Gov. pavements, another bill to put it in the Bradley will send njmessage to the Legislature to take steps to arrest it. 6th clMfl may bo pushed. from Elizabeth-ad-th- at , Ken-Journal, nm. r. w nni.i.ixn. tho colored ' SENATOR LinneVs desk was decora- - . re-rac- e. I . )0 1(-- fiu-tlo- ,.,., I ; mh ( , . , ll ss semi-weekl- y. has-passe- "Can't tell anything obont tho ca.o eral hundred. yet," taid tho lawyer; "tho Jury is Eight persons were lot by the wreck hung." " Jerusalem 1" Bhontcd tho prisoner. of a sloop near Pensacola, Fla. But one "That bouts all But I knowed my person escaped. they got a Sam Hotopp, a Louisville saloon friends 'u'd lynch 'em if himself lu grief over tho chance at 'cm." Green Bag. keeper, killed death of his wife. Useful. Charlemagne Tower, of Pennsylva"Do you think, prolcsor, that tho nia, was nominated to bo minister to theorv that Mars is inhabited has any practical value?" Austria-Hungar"Do I think k?" returned tho prof Mrs. John W. Miller was criminally "I know it. Some jK'riodic.'Us pay murdered by a tramp assaulted and $20 a page for articles on the subject." near Columbus, O. Washington Star. Olden Cheek was fatally stabbed at Springfield, O., by Needle Watson, over Apt Description. "If you have road Rimer's poem on a glass of beer. me, wrote My Lady's Pug,' " said tho editor to "I'm tired of this his assistant, "you may givo mo your of Osgood, Ind., before endFred Bush, opinion of it." his life with a pistol. ing "It is doggerel, sir," was tho lattor's Bowling Green, Thomas Napier, of window in his reply. New York Sunday Journal. O.. walked out of the Dallcately Put, sleep and was fatally hurt. "And how did ho dio?" asked tho lawere killed nnuone lauu-l- y Three men nttvr injured by the explosion of the boiler dy who had como west to inquireby retlw husband rho had lont "Er at a saw mill near Augusta. quest, ma'am, "said tho goutlo cowboy The United Press has made an as- as mildly and regretfully as possible, signment, leaving the Associated Press Indiauapolis Journal. the only occupant of the field. Her Justification. In a quarrel over a woman, Matt "But why do you encourago him if a youth, killed Charles Brooke, Trent, you never intend to marry him?" a boy, In Claiborne county, Tcnn. "Mercy! I wouldn't bo so presumptuking, received 1,- r.irn.Mrle. the steel ous as to toll hint I can't marry him be500 congratulatory telegrams In one fore ho aks me." Philadelphia North day over the arrival or a daugnier. American. Two men were drowned at WhiteOn tho Road. hall, N. Y. by their team becoming on Mrs. plunging Into a stream. tho roadHomer Is your husband oil frightened and today? Two men were killed and four others Mrs. Traveler I shouldn't wonder a seriously injured by a premature blast bit. Ho went out on his bicyolo this in a tunnel under the lake at Chicago. morning. Yonkers Statesman. Nino prisoners who were working on Forcod to Do It. the streets at Greencastle, Ind., chain"Things nro looking up." ed their guard to a gas post and skip"How so?" ped out. "Some fellow hart invented a cash man pawned a coat he A Cincinnati register for married men's trouoord iock-ethad borrowed from his pastor which ho " Chicago Itcoord. afterward admitted kept him from Tho Question of tho Hour. freezing. "Aro you tho new girl?" asked Mr. county, W. Va., woman, A McDowell Wlicoler, coming down to breakfast, killed a bear with an axe. It was kill" Ye, sir," replied tho maid. ing her lambs which was more than "What make of wlieel do you rido?" she could stand. Yonkers Statesman. Albert Haas, aged 17, of Cincinnati, Storm Signal Was Out. who was convicted of murder, will be "What in tho world aro you crying electrocuted under the tho first to be about, Tommy?" new law In Ohio. "I'm not certain yet, but I know by Tho Monon has been reorganized as tho way papa looks there's somethlu. " & Louisville tho Chicago, Indianapolis Detroit Frco Press. railroad and Samuel Thomas was Not So Very Warm. chosen president. "Tho Joueses nro cool toward tho festival near Adairville, At a church wonder why?" Rev. Charles Warden, a colored preach- Smiths. I you know, tho Smiths think "Well, coler, shot and killed Charles Smith, tho Joneses aro not so warm." Dotroit ored, who was raising a disturbance. Journal. Death Watch Murray states that What Worried Her. Jackson and Walling took tho final "What a dcuco of a lot wo owe, preparations for their hanging to be a Maria!" bluff to secure from them a confession. "It's not what wo owe, but what wo Temperance has proved a good thing au't owe, that worries mol" Truth. for Neal Dow, the great temperance rcj A Costly Blow. fn,.mi. Tie celebrated his 93d birth Bob Howard gavo 875 for that corhome at Portland, Me., last day at his net W Preston-bur- g Jack Thut'R a good deal to blow in. Joe' Neal, the Ynlo Record. made silver speeches boy, who campaign, has become End of the War. during tho last A rhuur went up from rouny throats. insane and his deatli is exvio'ently Tho iur, tbiy until, wax tndvd. pected. No loiiKnr did thoy tietxl tho boats man who eduWilliam Woods, tho On which they hnd depended. Tho uriny, too, was um1i-hthen cated Madeline Pollard, becauso ho And promptly wuh dUbivndi'd, love with her and expected her was in And oltlrurs jokod with tho men They hud for years nommundod. to marry him, died in tho Insane asylum at Lexington. A coup d'etat thoy callod tho thing That clotted the Cuban struggle-- . The Chesapeake & Ohio is to spend It brought tho end they'd failixl to bring making improvements at 82,000,000 in With till they o'or could mnngglo. They gave to Hpaln tho loud Richmond, Va., and will build a largo Not with tholr ammunition, iron viaduct to connect its tracks with But with tho glorious coup d'utat Dwtgned for Just that mission. tho new union station. om..iirv tu rmwrtod in Havana. It The nhiht was dark when first thoy tried This most offecttvo caper, is no doubt caused by tho miserablo And homblod Woyler in his pride nf health regulations, rather tnan wk By stealing all his paper. And then, to make the thing complete by tho climate. Tho robber rulers of And finish this bold fighter, r,.l,a care nothing for the lives or To sMka more erusblng his defeat want the in Tfcey stole his last typewriter. health of people. Thoy Chicago Post. come the island produces. I y. op-o- Guarantee the Silverware To be full plated and equal to any thing in the market. Call at our store and see these beautiful goods. r. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UKHANSKY k CO , I'ltnnurroit. T. I). HANKY, .Manaokh. dn Pari, Cnrllslc, Ml. Sterling, HnrdxUmn, LawrcnceburK. rynthlana, Versailles, Ktul nencc, Georgetown, Eliznucthtown, Frankfort, nnd Mnnckport, Ind. PAINT. BESJ"DY LEAD, Iteyond doubt wo have the lest lleady.inixcd I'nlnt on the market. OILS, VARni$r)G$, COLORS, At lowest Caph Prices.. ORAIG &c HOCKER v jMCsslls55Bk Ft?t'bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLIbb5'' adssBBsA. 4 sbbbbbI I s. The Queen Wash in i) Machine. First, That It will out Inst any other. Second, That it will wnnh from tho finest to the courhest clean and will not tear clothed. Third, That it will wash as c onn as you can with onu-ha- lf Queen mean Queen Washer: Sucrior to nil. Wo clniin for tho a washboard. to Fourth, Thnt you can do tho work in three fourths less time. Fifth, That ns was remarked by one usinc tho Queen, when asked if it would avo time nnd labor "It about rul8 oil the washing part " Prico, $3.00. Call and seo it. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. THE BUl(-aA3- 3 HMD HsbbbbbbbbbbbBsbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV ' Thoroughbred Duroc m Jemy USD HOBS, My lirrcilors were oftliit famous lirpcd from lho licnls ot of twlno in several State A iplrndlcl lot of plgsof ilinYrent ngi for nale. Ilrttl kiwi a Kf laity. Satisfaction KtiarantecU. Corrcs ueuie Kiiicuoi. AddreM tclrctel lt R. H. BRONAUGH, CrslCOrctianl, Ky. . hu-h-a. XXJIME Metal A. Doors, Sash and Blinds, Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Shingles,IEto. For the year 1897 I will furnish a better quality of material at closer prices than ever. and Joist run through the planer and sized. Boxing dressed Studing one side all seasoned stock C. SI N El, - - Stanford, Kv. JV XjW m. . Jf- c- K z!5$!!!2 , t.'1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokd, Kv., Ai'Rii. VI. C Nice lino of IlamburgH just received. Tun April fool fool was around Shanks. terday by a largo majority. Warren yes- FHRM AND TRADE, - I Puri: Maplo Sugar, tc 15 cts a pound.1 2, 1897 Shanks. Walton, IJubini&s Manaoi:k. BlfJ lino of stoves just received cheap. Karris tc Hardin. the front wall IIiiIbIi, made in l.'l different, colors. E(JOH for hatching, barred Plymouth Every color Is in Mtoek now ut I'etiny'a Drujf Rocks. Miss Carrie Porter. . AI.AUASTINK. Ih Come and see our Immense stock of goods. Severance Son. t Store. PERSONALS. Mas. Makv CltAKl has returned from Louisville. Mlts. J. 11. Houtt was cotiHiderably worse yesterday. Mils. E. L. UiiiMiAUT apent several days in Richmond. IIOLDAM Stcakt. of Gray, was hero courting nfiiin Wednesday. Itiuoiir Fkumu. has been aligned to a distillery near Corbln. Mil. I). J. Arxoitx, of the McKlnney Doelion, lniH been quite Hick. Dlt. It. T. ItAMSKY, of Danville, was the ftiettt of Kov. it. H. Mahony. Miss Lacha Jauiiok, of Lebanon, ia again with Miss Llceie Hcuzloy. Miss EUNA Counts is upending it few dayn with iriends at Ml. Vernon. Wai.L Papor cheaper and new samples now In stock. W. IJ. Mcltoberts. lot of mattings and wall papers, this Spring's Importations, at With ers' N'r.W Emperor Pokin Ducks for sale, also eggs, line stock. ford. Julius Negro, StanOpera cct. Ei.eoant new cuff links, guards, shirt waist sets, Dunks. studs, White enameled Iron beds, hand some brass vases, ?2.l)8 and &1.D8 at Withers'. CARRIAGE and wagon mints, varnish finish, now and ready mixed. W. B, Mcltoberts. Mas. M. M. Sandiikjk, Jr., of the CORTRIGIIT tin shingles rnako the West End, is very ill with heart trou- best roof. 1 am solo agent for Lincoln ble. county. A. C. Sine. MKS. LU.Ndy Mykhs, of Indiana, arFor Sale. One lady's wheel rived yesterday to visit the family of Steam's latest. Used one season only. It. M. Moss. MissMiNNii: JtUPM'.Y is teach inir a Apply at this olllco. llourishinif private tchool in the East The pay school of Prof. E. L. Grubbs End of town. oHned with 27 pupils, which number Mil. CI. C. GlVKXR was over in Clark has been Increased since to H2. this week to buy hoto, but found none to suit him. Jailer DeBoro had the jail birds IK you haven't secured tickets for the Missks Doha and Katiikkini; pruning the trees and dolngothernced-e- d Hustonville Minstrels do so at MaUUIIMAN' nro. visiting Mrs. Montiu work on Court Square yesterday. once. There Is every reason why the Fox In Danville. A BARUAlNWo closed a lino of : young men who couiosc tho organizaMrs. W. A. Prick and Mrs. Ed and $.'1.50 Damask Porticrres, which we tion should bo liberally patronized and Price, of Garrard, were with Dr. A. S. is offer at W.50 and W. Severance it besides, u splendid performance Price Wednesday. promised. Son. Mrs. J am lis TURN Kit and children, of Nicholasvllle, are visiting Itev. and Craii Orchard. Col. John BuchanMUSIC, both vocal and instrumental, Mrs. W. S. Grinstoud. Negro sketches, farces, dancing, cake an, who has been very sick, is ImprovI'ndrrtakkr J. C. McClary fur- walk, tec, at Walton's 0era House to- ing. Miss Leah Steger remains very nished a casket for Miss Lizzie Sowder night. ill. Asher Harris was thought to bo dying yesterday, Mrs. A. Addarns at Mt. ernon Tuesday. ALREADY 50 seats have been reserv- (Eva Buchanan) was seriously burned a Missi-- s Lucy ani opiikma g ed for Sam Jones' lecture, on the 5th. and Mr. J 00 Chancellor arc few days ago by a curling iron falling Rev. W. S. Grinstead will introduce in her eye. It is not thought, however, Miss Julia Hlgglns. Mr. ItoiiKRT Karris, of Lincoln, has the distinguished seaker. that the sight is injured. accepted a place as salesman tilh W. ADAMS liought of W. F. ButchJ. Swore She Was Over 21. Our Wiseman. Advocate. er a lot of CtQ feet front adjoining his Brodhcud letter says that the father of Mrs. Lutukr Gums and Misses Ma- resldencojon East Main street for $200. Miss Laura Weaver, who was married ry and Jane Walker, of Garnml, are He will build a houso on it later. here Monday to JackLunsford, Is going with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays. to prosecute somebody because the girl Missus Mary and Cathkkink and Tin: wife of Vice President Hnru-ha- is only 15 and he did not give his conMr. M. II. HK.17.I.KY havo all been of tho Illinois Central, who used down with malarial fever but are let- to bo general manager of tho L. tc N., Ib sent to tho marriage. After he finds out that a prosecution could only result ter. dead. In the conviction of his own daughter, Mary Cartkr left Tuosday for Miss BORN, to the wife of Albion Luce, a the old man will likely go slow. CounQueen City, Mo., to visit her uncle's family. She expects to be cone till Ju- fine loy, tho 123th. Dr. Traylor says ty Clerk J. F. Cummins says she swore that he will be christened for his grand that she was over 21 before ho would ly 1. Miss Chkistink Hiiadlky guvo a father, Price, of the State of Wash Issue the license. dance ut "The Capital" last night in lngton. Jailed For Forgery. A. M. honor of Misses Jennie Warren and whoso mother, Mrs. Pulsifer, PERSONS at a distance, who want to Carrie Currey. secure seats to the Sam Jones lecture, lives at Rowland, passed a check on The Memphis Commercial Appeal can do so by dropping a lino to tho edi Tliomiis.Dulton for $10 with his mothsajs that Itev. W. E. Kills, who has tor of this papor or to Mr. W. B. Mo er's name to it. Tho bank notified Mr. been ill for some time, was able to till Roberts. Dalton that the signature wasn't genhis pulpit lut Sunday. uine mid Cottrell was apprehended afM.RURirr IloiiiNKON is the name Another girl has arrived in the ter some difficulty by Marshal Newland. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Harding, of Dan- family of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paxton Ho found him at Rowland, with his ville, have fivon tholr first born, the The father says it l exactly as he wish two brothers, who told him not to perlittle lady being named for her moth- ed it and that he would not have a boy mit himself to be arrested. Cottrell for anything, though few people lielieve made a show of resistance, but took to er. m m to-nig- Advertise your stallion now. Tho Ncwjwrt races began yesterday. rrostshavo seriously damaged tho fruit crop In California. Hustonville Minstrels Our Spring Stock is the Largest in Central Kentucky and since our goods wcro Woods it Lynn bought of various At Walton's Opera House bought in d lots and for pot cash we are enabled to sell Tonight, 2d. parties a car load of hogs at .1c. P. P. Nunnelley bought In o Not content with selling other goods and Pulaski 214 hogs at .'Ic. dirt cheap, tho Louisville Store now Thosocrctary of agriculture announcgives away silverware. See their "ad." es that the world's wheat crop for lb'JO win 2, I27,:i:i,000 bushels. P. W. Green has lKMtod notices sta! Come in and be convinced. Our customers get d discounts on each article. Thompson it Adams, of Pulaski, sold ting that ho will apply county court Wo defy compelilon on all lines wc carry, viz: Buggies--, Carriages, Harness, Seeds', to J. C. John-ion- , of Boyle, a bunch of Hay, day for a continuation of his license to Farming Implements, Wagons, Ac. C2TOpposito Stanford, Ky. mountain heifers ut Ilio. run a saloon at McKlnney. Abo Coleman, the trotI will le at Lancaster foru few days ting horse man. will have a stable at but Miss Secra and An. Kevins will be Hurrodsburg this year Instead of Louisglad to wait on any one wishing work ville. IPp done. A. J. Eurp, photographer. Anderson it Spillman have bought of 9 Kemper The Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt will growing it Johnson, of Garrard, their crop of 110 acres of wheat ut speak hero next Monday, court day, at 00c Advocate. 1 o'clock on turnpike mobs, hard times The Little Rock Derby was won by nnd any other subjects that happen to McGuigun's colt Boanergei, favorite, come up. in the betting at 1 to 2, coupled with We are receiving two car loads of Arlington. The latter is a Kentucky buggies, carriages and road wagons Derby enndidate. that were bought for hjkjI cash. Can Capt. B. F. Powell is the first to adsell lower than any one. B. IC. Wear-e- n vertise his stallion this year in the I.J. He will stand his fine English Hunter it Son, opp. court-housv,t. uu. ,..11 uciu.u juur uruers away jusi as cheap at RN and his jack. Bob Tail, this season and home Pianos and Organs. Mr. W. T. intention is called to his notice. White, of the East End, is agent for W. L. Evans' Huma promises to be a tho best manufacturers of pianos and great show animal tills year. As a two organs. I toad his advertisement and and she was u winnerj DRUGGIST, STANFORD, KY. see him before you bay. but us u she will prove ft The weather has been warm and hurd one to beat in any ring. J. II. Buughman it Co. bought 1.0C0 cloudy with occasional showers. Yesbushels of wheat in Chicago that coit terday's dispatch said that the conditions wore favorable for severe local them i0 cents delivered here. They also thunder storms last night, after which bought a car load of corn at Paris ut $1 u barrel and a car load of wheat at Spring Xcckwear, Fine Quality', Beau It would begin to clear up. Sekij Potatoes and Garden Seeds of all kinds at Warren & Shanks. car-loaI 3 SPRING OPENING. car-loaCourt-Hou- Rock-castl- I Cheaper Than Those Who Buy in Small Lots. well-know- n m m Garden Seed. Flower Seed, Fishing Tackle, Wall Paper, FOR SALE. W. B. MoBOBERTS. mSmMM B. K. WEAREN & SON. e. m three-year-o- ld four-your-o- ld NEW MMMgMmJ tiful Patterns in Foui'-in-llands i ; 1 p Chan-CKI.I.Ovta-itln- R Winchester at S7Jc. Stock cuttle arc scarcer in Texts than they have been for years. Yearlings are icuch more abundant than older cattle and quite n number have recently changed ownership at $10 to $12 per head. Twos have sold nroucd $14 to 81(1 and threes at $16 to $20. James Ed Bruce, one of the best farmers In the county, has about decided to raise no more corn. He is satisfied that ho can buy it cheaper than he cun raise It und besides, he says, it will be a big saving to his land. There are few crops that are harder on land than Rows, Puffs, Scarf5, and Club Ties. See our-linof Gents' Half Hose. Fancy, colors again stylish. Large stock fancys, browns and blacks. m Kin-nalr- d t n, Cot-tro- ll, corn. F. Iteld has bought at a fancy price Pedro's Great Hope from the famous Linden Grove Jersey farm of T. S Cooper, who paid $10,000 for the great Pedro .1187, 27 of whose tested daughters averaged IS pounds of butter In seven days. Pedro's Great Hope Is both son and grand-soof that noted sire and has only tested ancestry on both sides. Ills grand-datested 22 pounds, 7 oz. In seven days and 778 pounds of butter In 11 months and five days. Sam Jones says: "I believe fun is next to religion, und the next best thing to fun Is money. If the fellow has religion, fun and money I can't see what else the fool wants." n m H. J. McROBERTS. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. i Our Stock of Paint, Oils and Varnishes is Complete and our PRICES ARE VERY LOW And the Quality is the Very Best. MASTICMIXED Is doubly -- PAINT guaranteed at PIANOS AND 011GANS. Decker Hm Muling mmmmm&mwmmmmmm m while Tin:- - PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Piano. lln-.". Piano-- . Ellington I'lanos. I). II. Iltililwln Estey Organs Hamilton Orgun .UllkLH. See my Good-- , anil Get Mv Price-- . 10 W. T. WHITE. U111I1 liny. livelier Pianos mill PiilllO. Ac other Don't fall to call and havo Hays have re- your measure taken for a suit or a pair Mr. and Mrs. J. C. turned from ilmidorsonvillo, X. C, of pants. No fit, no pay. W. II. whore they havo been all the winter. Shanks. Mr. Hays is considerably improved and Tm: Dayton Laundry makes a M"s. Hays is in tine health. of ladles' shirt waists and lace 'K. V. H. MONNKTT, of of the West curtains. All work quaranteed. LaunEn, j wlio was on yesterday's train, told dry gathered up on Mondays and Tuesus that Miss Lizzie Wright, of the days. Chas. Greene it Robt. Moreland, Kidd's Store section, was married this agents. Office in St. Asaph basement. week toM. It. Jones, of Conway. Mrs. J. S. ltici: called her enterWho Knows Him? Mrs. Elizabeth tainment of the Economical Club DoKovor, of Powder Mills, Hart counyesterday "A Donkey Party," but tl 0 ty, Ivy., asks Sheriff T. D. Newlaud for ladles took 110 exception as she explain- information concerning her father, ed that It was "All fool's day." Medley Sholton, whom she has not Miss AN.nik Murimiy, who has been heard f ram for years and who sho hears visiting Mrs. Nora Ware, at Somerset, lives In this county. Does any body has returned and reiorts a dolightful know him or any of his folks? time. Miss Lillla Martin spent SaturDidn't Adhere. Mrs. Nancy Hnle, day and Sunday with friends at Saulloy. Mr. W. B. McBridk Isheroworklnjf of Laurel county, camo hero Tuesday up Interest in Sam Jones' lecture. lie to try Mrs. Ann Dudderar's "mad pays him a large sum for the date and stonu" on two of her children that it is to be hoped that IiIb enterprise were bitten by a supposed rabid dog will bo appreciated and shown by a last Saturday. They had lost a cow and largo attendance. Remember tho time, several sheep from effects of tho blto of u rabid dog running at largo In tho April 5, 2 i M. s old pup Tim latest news from Arizona of tho community. A py showed signs of being mud and bit Kentucky colony Is that they are In tho on tho hand and arm best of spirits and enjoying a profusion tho two children An application of tho stone failed to of fruits and flowers, Dr. G. A. Traylor any signs of oison in tho wounds tolls us. S. E. Owsley has built a tine show and the inolherwent homo much Imp- brick houso on ouo of tho most fashionpier. able streets in tho city of PhuMiix. Quite an amusing case was tried be ' HOME NEWS, foro Judge Dawson yesterday. Win O'Dear hud B. 1'. Martin arrested for Eaas for hatching. DankB, jowolor. calling him a "hollow eyed, sanctified FitKXCii Organdies 00 at Sovernnco hypocrite" and other such playful opithctH. Martin then sworo out a war' tc Son's. rant against tho old man for abusing Jim Hughes. At tho COMl'LETK lino of llshlng tackle at his Craig it Hooker's. triul Martin defended himself and showed that O'Dear was abusing SllElMIKRD check goods, 12 and 25c. Hughes when ho made a remark. Then Severance & Son. O'Dear let loose on him and called him Highest cash market price for wool. some bad names. Martin was fined 95 Cull at ray stable for sacks. I. M. and the coats and O'Dear was mulcted a like amount for abusing Hughes. Bruce. ville this week. to-da- y. sjhj-cinlty AiiaI) Kkitii C'Ai.mvKU., son of E. him. II. Caldwell, Jr., of Wnynosburg, was Mr. Rout. Swaueield, one of the (IS graduates of the Medical Kalm Bros., will be at my Department of the University of Louis- Refore von Oreliunl. cutter for store again his heels, when tho olllcer eloped in ! iijxjii hltn. A foot race followed and Newland would have been distanced but Dwelling Hmi-- e tin Danville Street. Stan for tho persuasive eloquence of his pis- ford. K.. 'tintalnliii; Nino Rooms anil tol, which brought Cottrell to a standwith all oiitlmlltlln wanted. I'Wteru two The almve pruiH'Jty N still even before It was discharged. midthe Hdraiit. Call on In hot repair. The brothers talked very Insultingly J. II. HIOlilNS. Stanfoud. Kv. to the olllcer, but he paid no attention and brought his man to jail. Next day tho two camo up, when Newland went GEORGE H. to them and said, "You had the drop on mo lust night. I've got It on you & now. Get out of town now at double quick," and they went, standing not on Ky. Box the order of their going. Afterwards Has had -' years's practice before all tlio tho mother wrote to the judge that she Depa intent-- . In Washington City. had authorized the signing of the check and Cottrell was released after two days In jail. They camo hero from Knox county, where it is said they were frequently in trouble. FOR SALE I I m ?2 r 5&J m Congress of tftese United states Is Making Every EiTort to Advance tfye Price, of JYtay Q00CJ5 In our line (and it will likely doit) CCS. I'el-lu- r; we are sill' hammering down pri- - JT) s M'KINNEY. f' se t&4 Our Buyer lino ittct nt11n). frrttti tlin tiliao ninl m nr 11 Pension I- fj jSp!) tii m climiMiiif n tiinmiillnnitt sortment of Claim Agent, 44, Stanford, fci Dry Goods, Carpets, Mattings, tions, Dress Goods, Hats, Shoes, Underwear, Ilofllery, Gloves and a thousand other numerous to mention. No- too m & .13 i raj I K e5 English Hunter. three-month- son-in-la- Fighting between Greeks and Turks on tho Turkish sido of tho Macedonia frontier is reported at Constantinople. It is believed that tho Greeks have become so euger for a fight thrt even tho annexation of Creto would not satisfy them. Tho Turks have 150,000 men and UOO Krupp guns along the frontier, und tho Greeks havo only about 00,000. Isaac Wilbur, of Littlo Compton, Bg I., has tho lurgest jwultry farm In the 0 world. Ho ships from 1:10,000 to dozen eggs a year. The fouls are fed twice a day. Tho morning food Is a mash of cooked vegetables and mixed meals; this mush is made up the afternoon of tho day before. The ufternoon feed Is wholo corn tho year round. Charllo Mitchell, who was knocked out In three, rounds by Corbett, wants to fight Fitzsimmons for $10,000 a side. Archie Campbell, a Now York jockey, drowned himself because ho had rheumatism and could not ride. William M. Lyons, proprietor of tho Woodford Hotel, at Versailles, bus assigned. Hon. Geo. L. Converse, a former 150,-00- Combined hay stallion, 10 bunds high. Sired by Abdullah Messenger, ho by Messynjror Chief, slro of Maud Messenger, L'slG1.. English Hunter's dam by Denny's Drcnnon, ho by Imported Drennon. I will stand hlm a miles from Shelthis season at mv by City, on the Knob Lick and Turnetsvlllo piko at f i 'tilSF - FRVPF . 3tf SS H?J (j )5 fl Ci things LEASES WHZylLJtztX EHiS An Invitation to come and see what wc can do for you for CASH. -- ' - m&8&ffl&mNsm&mmffl " -' - M. CHW !i W...,N u $5 To Inauro A Living1 Colt. Money duo wijen colt Is foaled or mnro parted with. I will also stand ouo lino young We havo added a splendid lino of Clothing to our woll selected stock of General hands high, weighs pounds. Mack Merchandise and are now prepaied to with whlto iHilnts. Mrort by tho great champion jack, Tom Kino, whoso reputation us 11 breeder Is know far und near. Hob Tail's dam by Lovl Hubblo's Prince, letter known as Hob Tall. Hiibblo'.s Prince was said to suit to a wedding outfit. brood finer mules than uny jack that over Any thing you waut from an ovory-dastood In this county. ItemomlR-- r Prince was Our stock of tlm slro of Joo Illackburu und llrlguoll for which Mr. Hubble could havo gotten 5), 000 ut one time. J iki Itlackhurn 11I0110 brought $1,000. Hob Tail will muko tho present season ut I'lVK DOMjAHS to insure u living Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Qucenswarc, &c was never more complete. II. F. POWELL. 10 colt IS 050 JACK-B- OB TAIL, mMmm y, rt Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, FARMS Sk HARDIN, 38,353. TORE ROOM High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cfyinas. on of KloverV Model, No. 29,710, tho grcutext breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S OLAUDK, No. 12,0'Jl, hon of tho World' Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, ton'nv young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bred sows In everv respect, with hpccfalty, for sale, This stock Is btrlctly llrst-clas tu On Main Street, Stanford, Headed by U. S. MOflEL, 1)0. member of Congress, dfed O. at Columbus, 770 FOE RENT. Apply to ix'dlgrees. 1 Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or come uud .Shock, the bicyclist, rode in 48 hours. miles lrV. . WALTON. fuw fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They ore good ones. Also Mammoth Pektn Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 1U3, Eggs. for 13. Danville, Ky. -- 5 I,0sjJi 5SSK3BE ri I1 .... M hViii jKfiPMEaMWKVHVMBMMkiPW "' "" II., ,,.,,,, .1 . ,., ,,, &tmm iimi swift. l'i ii snymW PIKIMiiiWwnyllntiMiyi)imfHJwiyi'X 4MMMMKikiM i L' I 9 MMnvjr' .MJniwHi'iOuac '! "" ' "t-- ' Ir THEINTERIOR JOURNAL rrliaj-o BRODHSflD. The Rockcastlo Fair Association will meet on next Thursday night. Wo sec that Mr. L. L. Jnrrett is the o at this lucky aspirant for the post-otne- .M ' 1 i. 5 11 P i r ii 1 t-- h t I' i 41 a place. ,,. Dr. J. M. Clark, of our town, has a charged. will lc . - Wheti not so paid magnificent building under headwuy near the depot. The Brodhead Masonic Lodge meets on Thur&day night on or before the TIME GARD. full moon in each month.improving his Mr. A. E. Albright is Dtcry DIVISION. now band composed of little boys. lie KENTUCKY CENTRAL almost will make at Is a good fellow and Train leaves Stanford at 7: 10 a. ui. and'returns any Mtcritlce to improve the boys. at 4:30 p. ni. Mr. J. K. Cass, who is servng as opKNOXVILU DIVISION. - - erator at West Point, was summoned 12 37 p ra .......... liucUln't Arnica Salts. account of No. 21 Tralu going North 3 13 a m home a few nights ago on " " Ko.2 for cut,, bruises 12 01 p iu The iet " South Sfo 25 " his little boy, Owen, who was very sick mires,' ulcers,.ilve In the world sores, tetter, chap. 1 WU' "' wit rheum. fecr .. " " Xo'.U " and all skin eruptions, lod hands, chilblains corns but is better now. Tor all Point. it positively cures pile or no pay required. It Is satlfactlon cr monev A. J. Pike has purchased the barber Kuiraatee.1 to give TICKETS SOLD. THRO'IOIl Price 25 cents Robblns and has put a McRobcrts, Druggist. per box. hor sale by W.U. CHECKED THROUGH. shop of John UAGGAOK first-clabarber in it, and any oue For any Information enquire ol The longest word In the English lanwlahing a shave or hair cut can get It JOE S. RICE, Agent, guage Is dlsroiortlonabloneas. Stanford, K. now at a reasonable price. Ghidstone, "the grand old man," of Miss Mattlo Albright Is reported QUEEN & CRESCENT. with measles. This epidem- England, has learned to ride a wheel very sick Trains pass Junction City as follows: been to almost every home in at 87 and enjoys a spin each day greatS H p m ic has No. l.South .... 0211. m No. 2 North weeks, but the ma- ly. No. 3 ..' ?J?JaM "li.nm town In the last few well or convalesi The production of aluminum in the wS-- ' 0 ."".Km "10 " than6 Warn jority of the cases are United States has Increased from cent. 9 and 10 run no further pounds in 1891 to 1,300,000 pounds stop there. All 'Squire Granville Owens had a fnll ISM, the price In the same time dedocket for trial at his court Saturday. in RY. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI clining from $8 to 40 ceuts a pound. Hon. Fountalne Fox Bobbltt made one TOWN. VIA UEOltUL In which ho A. St of his big law speeches Incompakahle. The service on the r. M. A.M. P.M. ArtttM statute of limita- Queen & Crescent fast trains South' 2.00 Lve. Someret, beat a case that the 820 " H31 Jet. City. 315 C30 tion had cut out. 9 Through Pullman drawing room sleep450 Arr iteonwtown, Lv C30 805 300 raiikiori, 1155 7 20 Mr. Jack Lunsford and Miss Laura ers. Standard vestlbuled day coaches 530 Weaver eloped Sunday night and reKm Arr Paris K'ln (lavatories and smoking rooms.) Ele'Dally except Sunday 0. r, A. turned Monday evening, and we see In gant cafe, parlor and observation cars. your paper that they healed their desti- Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Florinies in Stanford. It has been a ques- da or to New Orleans, W. C. Rinkah-SOtion the young lady's father wishes to gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. investigate as to how they could obtain license in Stanford without his permission or a certificate from him when A: The httK'kliolilers the lady was only 15 years old. Mr. Orchard Turnpike of tlto Daiivlllo l'lr-- Crali Nalll iiu'-- at tin Weaver says the guilty party must suf- tional Hank In Stanford. ICt.. on Saturday. April :i. lfU7, for tho purxwo of elit'tlu-,- ' fer for his crime. for the J car. Minnie Mr. John Robbing and Miss JU'IC HOSI.EV. PlICSlDCNT, of Brodhead, Watson, ono of the belles were united In matrimony at the Christian church Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Rev. A. J. Piko olllclaled. Bro Pike had just preached a short sermon from .A-VA-NCI1 11 1 $2 I?1CU YlflAJ IN" 5R Did You Ever troubles for Ion to tlm ofllco of Is a eaiulldato for Try Electric Hlitersn a remedy relief This medi- . now and Ket If not, get a Jailer of Lincoln, subject to the action of .ullarly adipte.1 to the found to he cine hasl-ccthe democratic STATU AND COL'S TV. relief and cure of all lomalo complaint, exerting n wonderful, illreit lulluence In giving stmigth and tono to theorems. II von iiaiw i"" 91. c)ntlatlon.hwidactie. fainting sivills or a nervous. A 8ilfl.UBnl for tll0 Uich. No lti.sk .Uvpl, excitable, melancholyIs or tniul.ltjd with 1 m., at -, Itesult) Assured. tho medicine you Is ti eandldnle for the nomlnatlo;. or Circuit tin limit- of 0 a. M. and i. .llwysMU Electric Hitters a.. niiii iniuviii mil uiuiiuiiKV'i tri subject to tho action Judge of this eourt-lioiK- o door In tho town of StanOnlv50cents a liottlcat W. 11 McRolwrts' tho Lifo of the democratic party. l to The Now I "pou ford. Lincoln county. Ky.. drugstore. Go., Milder, for cash In lmtul, to pay tin There is Xolhing to Uml tin s'tiiti and county taxes for thu year Issues all Forms of Life, Endowment nnd Is a candidate for the nomination for proptho followlni; There nothing Just as good as Dr. King's New Term Policies tionsiiinptlon. Coughs and Colds, so er! v. or w much thereof tit may lie Attorney of this district. Mib-JiI)lcoery for demand It and do not ertnlt tin; dealer to sell you to tliu action of the detinK'riUlo part. INt will lw pulil Wicd theiels He will not clam to pay said tnxi't. Thlt substitute lie thing letter, hut In order to malco more pront ou four "weeks and the name will disappear claim vmiclhlng elvj to 1.0 Just nsgoud. know mar you lc.wo to go.nl from the list at mtou at tho taxes 111111 costs All Policies Issued Participate in the Anwant Dr. King's New It to safe and reliable nnd guaranteed anddo af. are paid. The cost of tidvurUtlii-- ; It 82. SrhooU nual Distribution of Surplus. CaMi Sur- ! acaiKllilalefur KiiNrlnteii.leiit 'f I'iiMIpthe all or money refunded Tor cough colds to the action of lung fectlonsof the throat, chest and Discovery.there l and Participating Paid up Insur- of IJnisiltieoutitr, uhjii't no. i 'ihtk. render Trl-asT.vsronn, ixrutlcpartr. a Dr King's New drug store. Uittfefreeat W. 11. MsRoK-rts- ' S 2.33 ance. Tm lot hi Kowlatid J. I Sheriff sSalefor Taxes; A Sheet Anchor for the Poor Man. GEO. W. BEBORD ct part. ''...., MONDAY, API- - ia, 1897. JUUGI5 C. SAUFLEY ltvt'ii lilt-hi'- st ct, England Mutual Insurance J. S. OWSLliV, JR W. ile-crll- nicinry ct BEAR THIS IN MIND. OAKLAND SINGLETON 1 IK'litnev. I)i. J. t?.. fiy acres iflatt, H(i-.s.l- ol 'lio-- tl 'W3- -o ss It n rantlhlate for Awwsorof Lincoln ronnty, Mershon. William. 25 acres, 'l)J- -l to the action of tho ileuuK-ratl'J CorresNo catch clauses; 'o lino print. 4' Miller, Ilm. Hindi's, 'l3- 2.21) Solicited. pondence Sliort, Thomas, lot In Howland. 'M.. .. M. OWENS The Slniifnnl and Halls (Jap Turnpike JESSE D. WEABEN, ''35 and one lot. M- hrrlrro( Lincoln eounty, nlJt Uoad ! a catiilliUlf Agent, Stanford, Ivy. to thu action of the.leiiiwratle art)'. The Stanford and Lancaster Turnpike Ti.sa Road and one lot, "03-- rt The Carpenter Station and Mondattd suaoc station Turiiplko Koadjand one lot tub-Jrc In Kowlatid. '3 I.3 Values Endorsod on Every Policy. J. P. IlOLOA.n SAMUEL r 05-- fl :i3.oo mmwm mil mi, EM9IETT McCORMACK county, lianiiillJatefiir Awwrof Llnroln democratic to th action ol the bmiuwlly tollcltc.1. STASKOHO. NO. 1 Cotxmrn. .05 2.05 1.05 lurtr. "' 1(8,-00- June-tlonClt- y. Note-N- os. s 3- 1 TURNPIKE ELECTION. t d eii-uli- i'; KII1L Absolutely Pure. REAL ESTATE POWDER Celebrated for It great leavening strength and Assures the food against alum and bealthfulne-u- . all forms.of adulteration so common In the cheap brands. Royal IUkino Powder Co., New ,. ork. . EXCHANGE. text. "Behold tho bridegroom cometh." Matthew 2o:T. There was a large crowd to witness the happy union of the two J. H. SOWDER. MANAGER. lovers. Mr. Robblns is a nico young gentleman and Miss Watson Is an ac- INTERIOR. - JOURNAL complished young lady and they have BUILDING: the good wishes and love of all who know them. "Writo For Rest of Proportion "HUBBLE, For Salo. -- Rnllluger, Orven. 8 acres Halley. Tom. U acres acres Hrlght. JetT, Ilutcher. Matilda. 1 townalot. Carson. Sam, 1 acre Carter, George, ltlot. '05-- 0 Christopher, Al, 1 acre. 'IKS Depeau. Harry, 15 acres EMU. Huford. t lot. '05-- 0 Etnbry. Mil, 1 lotl'5-f- l 1 lot. 'M-- o Embry. Eiins, Richard. 12 acios, '00 Gatdeiier. Jerry, T acres. 'Wi Glvens. Anthony, belr. 1 lot, 'M Olvens. Aaron. 10 acre. '00 Gill. Green, 1 lot. 'W... liootle, I'rank. I lot. '00 Goode. 1'r.ink. Sr.. 10 acres. 'IK5 Glvens. Top. heirs, t lot. 'W Hooker. Anderson, 1 lot. '05-- 0 'W Hooker. Jo. 1 Hill. Jonlaii, 1 lot. '05-- 0 Jack-o- u. Alice. I lot. 't'O Jatne- -. Henry. 1 lot. l Jone- -. William. 1 lot. 't'O Jones. Anil. 1 lot. 'M Lackey. William. 1 lot, 'Urt Lee, Vina. 1 lot. 5 Uignti. Sam. 1 lot, MUIdletoii. George. 1 lot.'M W Mjers. Ji- -. 1 Annie. 1 lot. '00 Patter-o- n. Rout, S. 11.. 3 acres. '05-- 0 S Shears, Trunk. 10 acn.- -. Slla- -. 2 acros. '05-- 0 Stewart, Stewart. Larkln. 1 acre. IH1 Trlbble. Ren. 2 acre- -. 'M Vandeveer. Jess, 0 acn- -, 'Vd Withers, George. 1 acre. '00 Warren. Sul, 1 acre. '05-- 0 . . li 2.50 I a cau.ll.lte for Aa.ir of ed for whipping t?ls dellxert-- a! borne . All Jrcl to the aitloti of the dciuiKralhr jvartr. Centd iKr Selling of llftii-n1.55 limtllrles cheerfully ntiswered. 3.50 J. M. k H. J. McSODESTS, Stanfcrd. even-tV-I'lve There are none U'tter. They grow larger. Mature ouloklv. l'litteii well at any age. Glltnand Young Row- - Ready for for sale. Rarrtil Phtnoulb Rook Kggs lack- M. F. ELKIN Lincoln county, iul. 2.00 2.55 4.20 U.lKI Blue . - Grass Nurseries. 5.25 2.1K1 SPRING, 1897 En 1, ,1 atltv-iwjvrie- Llnwla It a cauJI.latc for Ui'ir ofdtiuocrallcrouaty, tub. siiy and ts;t to the acllou of tlm larncstl; Ai )oiirmj'irt. JOE T. EMBRY BAKER 2.15 2.50 l.t'll 2.H5 lt. 2.15 2.15 2.05 :t.25 2.00 5.2 5 2.!Ml C. G. thing for Orchard, iMtcnand Gar- .. .1. r r ..ij,f mij .riiir il of Unwln county, Is a can.ll.Uti. for M Tree, Grain: Vine, Aitanuju and AiiiiY t., the action of theilrinomtlciwrtr et IhenmntyU etitltlcaioa Vtti'f. llV employ no ayent but nil our u'uit. direct to the planter. 'Itlrphuiie tllio of the I'le, b inojfice. Strawberry and yenend A rwry iih-Ic11 Cuto,UM0iK7:iiL.K.vjim. WILLIAM MOREL AND 03 I.cj:injton, hy FOll SALE II V Is a candidate for Ah .rol ljmtu. tiibject-tthe sctlou ol the democratic nty. He kindly our lupn'ti. o F. REID, STANFORD, KY. GMdutl llorte for Hoth Saddle SAM W. for.-her- MENEFEE sub- "l-- 2.20 2.20 3.10 X'lU and liar-nt- of Lincoln county, Isacandldsle tiy. ject to the actii.u of the democratic lll l'urjHtKt. Jersoy And Short-Hor- n Cattle, DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to tin tion of the democratic part). ac- 'U5-IV- 5.10 2.15 lt. a.:u 3.15 Choice Individual of Ut Straws. Call or Write Your Want. China Hoy and Southdown Sheep. a no '05-W- 5.50 3.50 2.1'0 1.75 mil to m, imi mi lt ::. Mason Hotel l. MltS D.SI.Ml'SON, Tror. Lancaster, Cewly furni.slied. : Kentucky. . 2.13 2.00 FIRE INSUEA1TCE. Caledonian Co., : Insurance FOUNDED ISOo. J of Scotland. R.B.MAHONY.Agt., STANFORD, KY. CKA1I ORCHARD. NO. Land Excursions conducted, Factories Loans Negotiated, Abstracts Rruce. William. 40 acres. IW Furnished, Rents Collected. Write to house. Chapjiell A Stelnegger. 250 acres. 'M . . J. II SOWDER, Stanford, Ky. G. A. Swlnebroad sold some butcher Karris. J. II., 300 acres, '05 3c. ' ' s:utl to Porter Robinson for ' Hiinim. J. - RM l'r"' Moore. David. 132 acres. 'W . ' Elder George Gowen will preach 2-- A. M. Luce has a fine boy at his Located, I- '' CANDY KITCHEN I have opened up n Candy Lancaster Street nnd can supply K dozen of them. Ed Miller sold some cows to George Wood at 2Jc. Rankin Bros, were up CANDY 'Of Many Varieties and Superior Excel- from Wayne county last week and lency every day Mr V Curtis Egbert, bought Tom Rankin's young jack for aa experienced maker, is in charge and $300. Give us a call. ,gnarantcc3 Hatiafaction Wo hope that when Stanford begins 01-J A STEPHENSON. to put in the telejhone exchange that she will consider putting in a line to r run this way, as we are already connected with Lancaster and Danville, ROUTE. and this Is one of Lincoln's favorite lo- ! Mrs. Susan Spoonamore's Hock of geese the other day and killed and crippled a Innufncto-.ryo- n here at the Christian church next Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Geo. Wood's dogs got to playing with J, B. HIGGINS, DEALER IX FRESH Farm Wagons. Pleasure Vehicles, . . LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE Oaks. Jemima, 10S acres. 5 '00 Oak- -. Jim. 50 acres. Ky. OtlenhelmiT, Mrs. Clara. 1 lot. 'DO . . 10.00 . 20.75 romt attention, very 717 aciw, '05-- 0 Turnout. Ottenhelmer, Jacob, tnmaso f of your i.Tahleralt A OS . IS Payne. Andrew, heirs. 40 acres. '00 . respvi'tfully sollflti--l. L7 5 lot. 'D5-- . Slncleton. . Mrs. C. .V.. ono .,1 .........0 ft . -0.00 Warren. Jim., ngem iinjs. .uw---'00 J. . . . n Wellaud. Charles, 00 acres, UO-- l-5 " 3.30 2.00 5.00 2.05 11.45 . 5.20 Money to loan on Itupnivcl city pmivrty or .ro; comity al ductlve farms In Sunhml and Lincoln AIw I wll 6 srr cent . payable Nnil Annually otticlabt furnlih NiiiiU for imblic or wn-rat- loa l'.xs;utor, Administrator or Guardian at Hi" for four of the Am aceot Comnl dolnit btitlm- s- In KeiitiicVy and . ollclt itttn.iiatte of imTlv bolder In btaiitor-llUte Mmt a other WALLACE 1 tnbllo. clean bcils; uplentliil l'orier Kvetytltlng firhtclftM SA meet nil trains A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, SHELBY & SHELBY, .Proprietor . 5BHBE Stanford Ky. , Omen over McUolsirts Junction City, Drug Store In Ihe'.Owsley HulMlin: KGENTS iAKNTeD. In everj count v In Kentucky for tho t llor-- Collar Protector tho Invention that ever has lieen Invented, to innke 13 go on hor-- o collars. Lively and SI tierdnv. 1'or further tuirtlculan.ai-nlyt- o " W. T. RICHARDSON. General Agent. Junction City, Ky. grt-ates- CRAR ORCHARD, NO. J.T.Jones, ID SHEET Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- e Howard. Tom. 2 llumlier. Sam. 1 acre Welch, Tom. 4 acres, WAYNESHUHO. Ila-(te- r, acres, balanco - - - 2.75 1.5.1 TIN III 11$, Tor - '05-- 0 3.73 STANFORD, KY., I'.l2t!P Estimate. jurt.l.hM of ;i)ean's Illack I'Umond Itool o.L paint Ing tf Fertilizers and Goal Hepre-.enled- XO. 3 White. -- BIG 4: The Rest I.lue toand From All Points In Michigan. Goods Warranted as . Ofllcu on Main Street, oppotlto Elmore's Store, Stanford, Kentucky. TOLEDOAND DETROIT CHICAGO. "While City Special." U'st Terminal Station. fc 'It ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel calities. Jacob Robinson, son of Jos. Robinson, and Miss Maria Cook, daughter of J. V. Cook, of Garrard county, were united as one at her father's residence, Thursday morning. They left at once for his home in Atlanta, Ga. Everybody sends best wishes after them. J. Joii.v H. Casti-kjia- It. OWEXS, Salesman. A. O. I.INHAM. rpYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. if k. y c V 11 ilfc I A Chicago coroner's jury the other BOSTON. Sleeping Cars. day returned a verdict that a man Warner whose headless body has been fished CaSTLBHHS. YORK. committed suicide out of a catch-basi- n Parlor Cars, Wayirr Sleeiilinr Cars, I'rlyat Uutlet MANAGERS, by drowning." It was a mighty mean Compartmut Cars, Meruit Coaches and Cars him to cut oil his Commerce Building, Louisville. trick, however, for head first and hide It. lie sure your ticket, nal via "I)IO FOUR" Agents Throughout tho bouth. D. It MARTIN, 12 O. McCOUMICK. Paris is tho paradise of the dressmaOea. I'as.'. A Tkt. Agt. PassengerlTrim- - Mr 70,000 ker. There aro In the city CINCINNATI, OHIO. who make articles of women's Local Agent, dress and Ci,000 dressmakers. It Is estimated that the yearly amount earned Stanford, - - - Kentucky. fPi I THE POPULAR 37tf in this business is over . Tho widow of tho lato Baron do True, Illrsch has set asldo $10,000,000 to be used in providing suburban homes for distho denizens of the ous! Rep trict in tho lower eastern part of New York City. Many husbands will hope that tho ftshlon writer who announces that n there are 500 different styles of feralne k In d head wear for this spring Is talking INI t trough her hnt. Philadelphia widows have introducBath JT ed the fashion of draping their bicycles mourning. It works like a charm in and they aro more sought after than An Vaporizers for hr ad and face, there U v M01M1M1 no necessity In leaving homo at a great tho young girls. or of D. C, has Health tlmo and money, forbyHot jprlupithe A judge In Washington, tholr Sanitariums, since dlseasoi sent u womau to tho work house for biuno desired result- In eliminating tho nomINIMOIM ennueand aildltlotial tidvantages, for beating her husband. two months inal ciM. the undoubted Miperlorlty of vatior bath over tho customary & Crescent. i rates to Op- each member of tho family lioliig one, and Queen benefited. trip tickets from Progressive pliyxleluns fully endorse them era Festival. liound Junction City and all points North to uud their testimonials can lie shown, Tho Cincinnati and.roturn, on saie uatiy Vaporizer for face and bead can also bo March 29, to April 3. Ono faro round nieUloated like thu batb. rendering Immeditrip, account Grand Operu Festival in ate re'lef lu Hroiieblal troubles, Catarrh. Hay Feser. Ac. Dermatologist all Music Hall, Great Artists, rich pro- use lieuullfylng the comIbis gram of masterpieces. Visit tho Queen pulsion, Vaporler for unsightly blemishes eradicating all during this Festival season. Your und objectionable wrinkle--, Ac, Imparting City IK5ULJJ FKAKK J. BEED, agent can give you full particulars. uubeurd of beauty uud cleanliness. Try sjbici. inrxn o.r.A nACO. one and Ih convinced. On o.h!bltlon at lUJ rvl v h. TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Miss Lizzie Ileazley'H and Craig A llocker s, LouliTltle. OINI ' Take Laxative Drumo Qulniue Tablets AH Stanford. D.r.A n.nrai.11 rufnn.l ilm tuiinev if lt bill- to cure, for , . - J. S. HUGHES, uuck'er ana u. Soutluru Agent. NEW B3RBEES Din-in- g per-bo- ns W. A. TRIBBLF, MOMOMCOINIOMM mmu rl. .?H initio Tho' Marvel over-crowd- MOM0MMOIMOIMM IMI0MMOMOlMJ3lM M0(M0(M resenting' three dlf William. 100 acres Ilaugii. Alfred, 12 acres. '05-- C . . . . Hastln, Lance, heirs. 103 acres, 'l' . , 2.1.1 Rastln. J. M., lot n Rowland. '00 .JO -, '00 Royce. Mary. 35 acrtCain, C. W.. (n. r.). 75 acres, '00 . . . 1.20 Carman, Heeklub. 20 acres. '00 . . . 1.75 .n0 Crlsler. J. O., 00 acres 2.35 l'lsclier, John. 127 acres Trazler, Roln'rt, 12 acres. 05-- 0 . . . 3.00 l'red, (11. r.). 100 aens., '05-- 0 3.20 Gralow-k- l. W. A.. (11. r.). 000 acres, '05-- 0 . 31.70 Guntu 1.50 iranim, Samuel, 12 acres. ''.Ml 1.35 l cO acre- -, Jewell. H. C. Leach. General. (11. r.), 50 acres. '00 . 1.00 -2.45 Lee. John S., 37 acres, '00 2.15 Longer. Ernest, 30 acres . - -S.. b'i acres, '05-- 0 , . 4.10 Mullliis, Samuel 1.0.1 40 nctxis. 'M . Ixing. .15 .Mat tie. lot Klngsvllle . McDonald, Mrs. Mulllns, Sarah. 3 acres . - - - . 1.00 60 Ho . George. (11. r.), 05 acies . . 2.s.1 Robln-oi- i. William. 10 acres, 'UV0 Rowland. O. Alfred, tit acres, balanco 1.150 - - -- h0 Scbmltz. Mrs. Hugo. 20 acres -'05-- 0 -, 3.05 Slmni-, John D., 00 acreI'rank, 202 acres, '00 - - -- 3.15 Tranter. Vlrinond, Relnbold, 40 acres, 'tN? - -- .60 5 Walls, Mrs. M. E 10 acres, '01-0- 0 . -Warner, Ciarlis, (11. r.), 7 acres, 90 . M .45 Watklns. Sarali A., (n. r.),0 acres. "JO Water, .Mrs. Elizabeth, ftfi acres, "J -- .f0 -1.05 White. It. L.. 75 acres. "X. - - - Young. M- r- Sarab J., 34 acre- -, '05 - - 1.25 AH loetal and Iron roof. Satisfaction 1.00 rools pa nte.1 with IVan's Hlark filsmoml I'alnt Cistern Dealer In 3.15 rndl."lVanH.Ilron Killers, Ga!vnL.sl and Illack 1.00 Iron IUwBngof all kind. Farmers Bank,&Tnist Co. OK STANKOUl. luiw Surplus, KY. ?'' Fali up Capital, $200,000100 17,603 SO .... ... I'o.t. for dcslrinif All t? ey and railing or wire fnice can tin.onwb at pue the Cwlar Creek, al-- o U.adi"fixmiCrab Orchard to SUntoA supply of plank for fencinc. All 011 hand J J:. also toards ...11.11 :. n. Klliusui ihiiiwi . any article ol and sblimlus. All ler.in " tliis kind can all on mo at (i"'rV. MM5LLTON 32 Creek. ,.l irins Iu.t 'lk Li. .mni.: ..-- D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, carry a larger stock of Furniture of all kliuU than cut beforean.l will v cheaper than "J'"" Plows: The Oliver Cbllhsl. . hits Il'l,l U.1IIL ,llisi,si's, n.l DoiiIiIh Miovels, nil .Maiia mX..thel"itluthe orld. Kanners. call la and get any tldi'K ou want from a bun,') down. itwiK'ctfiilly l. K. CAltl'ENI Ry provisions of Its charter, depositors are a fully protected a are l..sltors In st.ona lUnks, liable to It. shareholders belnn held Indvldn.lly therein at the extent of the amount of their stuck to tbeamounl the par value thereof, lu addition a ciism. or It may act In suih shar,- an Individual. trustee. Ac, as flilly m ilnM! who Iil.v entrust- thn.il. iii i to tru.l they will cont cl their buln.soileru. aefciuranU-- for prompt nue a. a I,, do so, and we to same our 20 years' exs.rlencv aocommodalloiis as are imilteut a llls-ra-l MUlid lianllnn. with DIKKlTOK. tlili Ml. Vernon; J.J. William. II. uuinmiii", i i.iiii..iiv, . II lliralf.r. Owsley, Sr., J. S I Jo-ep- b. W.I.... ':.l1 llr William nooiu, h. J. Embry, J. I., i.ynn, J, N. Mruefe S. II. Sli.iuls, J. K. Caih, ; A. W. Cari-entcr- orrtCKMS. W. M. Hrlght, " S. H. Shanks, J. 11. Owsley, Cashier, rresldent Teller IIy, Itallrou.1 Order Offlcu and lVcd Exchange, near the CroasluKi ll"t Strtst, Stanford; - - Kentucky. Corn uml Coal Yanl, Mill Street, lately SON, FIRST NATIONAL BANK DEKLERS INfCOKL, STANKOUl), NOEL & OK KY. Capital Ste.k $100,000. thl. Surplus $15,750. Satlifacllou Kuarantctsl. J. 11. Mains'. BMMSMOIMIVi'O OuJOIJlMJ fere t HUrfTON VII.LE, NO. Henedict, Wesley E , 115 acret, 'M6 V.,2'lot, hil.nce ". Chrbto'iliM, DB. "W. B. 8.(0 4.20 l. s of m Cabinets out-lau-- 1 (aMu3o I I - 1IUSTONVILLE, NO. liurton, 1.., heirs, 15 atrei "JO Hezley, John, town lot, '91.90 Cooler, William, one lot 'W-Cloyd, John, 3 acres "J5-Holmes. I'eter, one lot "J3-Hitnn, IM, 10 acre 'W Jones, John, 15 acres 'W-MrCormack, Alfnsl, 15 acres 'W5 Morton, John, 10 acres "J5-i- i Singleton, Frank, C acres '90 balance T, D. NEWLAND, 1 0 0 4.73 350 2 20 3.50 3.40 3 10 SIX) Mnu Dentist, t2tanford, : Ky. Office on Lancaster street at Itesl.lcnce Attention ol the utyc U ralle-- l to tho fact that Is the only .National Hank In l der the prol.lons ot the Natbo.-i- capital not only by the deisltorures-cuns- l an ""'uut the sliHkholders' liability tor this Instltu-rio'- i. bin of laill. he stock, so th.tt de..l-o-- worn aic s...red by u f u ml of iAO W 1 ,.. ,NI V ...-- . tnKMiientnllI 1MB (S)lllllllOll and It each lear lo tin L'nltisl States t.overiiment MM,ts are examllie.1 at itaie.1 t met by Wveiliiiieut aientt. thus securiig additional and perfect aalety . tl tlon. oriulually e.tablUhe.1 aa the TI. at lla nk ol Staufurd In IMS, then r.rgaiib-cu he National Haiu of Stanlord In IW5 undaw reowinlusl as the I'lrtt National Ha" ' sa"V., nlWi, has had practically an uulnterrui. now w h for M years. It Is better suppllisl ami 1 lacllltha for innisactlnit buslnwn promptly"honorable Its Ions and career. Account, of Individuals, nduclarlcs, tlrnis and lndllduals solicited. '". vl I'"t,A.t 1 r ,' 4 2.15 4.93 1.60 J. T. SXJTTONT, TJiidertalcor, - UIKBCTORS Sur.uirr. 11 IMPMMOM MM Winger's Steel J8 comtrucud anrt worU's ralr hi luiple. IlechanlcallT E ArJ(jJ ' J Hwtonville, - - Kentucky J. W. llayden, Sunford F.iReM, IJucoln Co.; 8 II lUugUniin. S.'T. Harris, ' " J. S. llocker, McKlnney. T.I. Hill, " W. A. Triliblf, K. 1. Tanner, J.II. Colller.Orab Orch'd; M. J. Miller. Mlcrnon. M, D.KImore, fetaurord smk in i ha luuintn nfWest Lincoln i.l. and Casey counties. Kull stock of Colli nsand Caskalways on hand. eta 95 D. 8. Car-s- ; liter. Manager, ...!. mm Mm mrvffe Tafc.TtCTiUtwi,iT IDEA51o0ma8n. WANTED-A- N thluir to patent? Protect your ldejwjtheymy H.D.PHILLIPS, Gun nd Look Smith. STANFORD, KY. All kinds of rerlrlDi m ;: &dt-j- I. S. Rocker, President; J. J. McUolwrtt, Cashier; A. A. McKlnney, Assistant Cashier. mado to tuinri m " ornciKS. X'ntranrflo . i l.ina Knuu in'..n.i. mixed. atuchtoany ati.ortnakqfputnp-ue Ail uinriB AIM rr i . I : i a fiO M0M0MM0M(Q) fBM m nU . ! -ft .- -.. ,&itfgsx&& -- jr - &ife&W! VOV done al reasonable raica. eatlsfactloagturaateed. iiaJ7 jj. Lv) wiaauSi sl.m w , iT'i, .4 ji liuu0mA'j!i''j. .i-- -' J-ii- m