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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898022201 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 1898 $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. "P i, SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. POLITICAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1898. NO. 10 LANCASTER, GARRARD CO. ' I 4 POINTS, REV. GEORGE O. BARNES TBM.S j j I CRAB ORCHARD. N. C. Cureton, of Now Castle, pets the deputy survoyorshlp nt Louisville. Tho )iiv is f 2,400 a year. Gov. McCreary lias a strong hold on Rockcastle and will get her instrucVernon Signal. tions If ho asks It.-- Mt. Tho letter of Secretary Long to Sen ator Halo shown the cost of the Malm', with her stores, guns and llttlng. to have been ?r,000,000. Each of her four guns wero worth 1 13,000. 10-lu- T. Colo Gulloy sold to G. K. Griggs, of Madison county, 14 Only those furnishing evidences that they supported tho democratic State and National tickets may enter the Nashville primary. This will debar many prospective candidate!" and ought The authorities at Washington del olded to turn dowr. the request that Spanish otlloluls bo permitted to join with Americans In making an Investl gallon into tho cause of the disaster to tho Maine. Of course public judgment should be suspended till tho facts about the Maine disaster can bo ascertained, out it should not bo suspended at such an altitude that It cannot bo reached again If needed. Cln. Enquirer. The Senate and House nt Washington passed a resolution appropriating $200,000 to the work of recovering bodies of the victims of tho Maine and having as much property out tho wreck as twsslble. Tho reflections on President Melvln-leby Senor Do Lome have been disclaimed by the Spanish government and a decree- has been gazetted accepting his resignation as mlnte-torWashington and eovercly criticising him. The Spanish government also asserts tho sincerity of Itn purKso In tho negotiations alTectlng tho commercial relation of tho two countries. dls-aster it Edmieton Bro'i. have handled during the past three months over 10,000 locus1 VOit3 nmi between :i,f00 and 4,000 cross I ties, all of which they have sold to the U! j.. & & ;;i The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. A telephone line will soon be built II between this place and Stanford, where y'A'm Ww iA 'Am : It will connect with the Hustonvlllc & Green Ulver line. Poles have been secured and work will begin this week. Messrs W. A. Capeon and A. H. Bas. tin, of this place, are the prime movers -- To the Mill of- in tho enterprise. Dr. J. D. Pettus was called to Otten-hela few dayB ago to attend the grand child of a German named Wheel- lamation calling the attention of the lows: I ha.o had a wonderful experience cut, which had an arm and a leg broken people to the fact that there Is smallStanford, Ky., Manufacturers of and Dealers in pox at several places In the State, and lately, which you will be glad to hear. and a shoulder dislocated by a tree fullWhen 1 ''broke down" last October we ing on It. The little thing is In a fearinsisting that every citizen have his entire family vaccinated, us a precau- came to the island with heavy hearts. ful condlton and If It lives the credit tion is necessary for public safety. He A eance'rons sore that has troubled me will be due to the above doctor. Mrs. Lueinda Stephenson, who Is In calls attention to tho fact that there Is oil and on for years, broke out suddenShipstuiT, Corn Chop, Hay, Seed Oats, Coal, Ac. a law requiring vaccination and that it ly Into nn angry ulcer, something far her 01st year, Is still hale and heartv more malignant than any previous de and gets around like a woman 50 or 00 is much better to conform to Its than to incur the penally pre velopment. We all thought It was the years her junior. When not making scribed for not doing so, besides taking 'beginning of the end," and the spring bed quilts, at which sho is an expert, Anv day. Where t At your home in biscuits made of our flour. So bring us your Snow" Flour nnd 10 pounds of Ilrau, or 37 pet 5J5 pounds the risk of contracting the dreadful of 'OS would litid what was mortal of she spendo her time reading the Bible, wheat and Hour for every of our "Alpine bushel of wheat You cannot make n mistake by trying pounds of "Ilro. Barnes" lying beside John Cow- which good book she has read eight this Hour as we will guarantee every pound of it Take it and try it and if you are dlsca.-Circuit Clerk J. W. Hamilton Informs an, whoso grave Is In sight as I write. times. She Is the widow of Lindsay not MiUtled bring the Hour hnck and wo will give you your whe.t back. Is not this me that .'II appearances havo already The worst of it win that I, who had so Stephenson and Wash Stephens, hav- fair enough? Also, we make the best granulated corn weal to be had and take for grinding and will give the same guarantee we give on our flour, r been filed for the March term of the often trusted for others, could not trust ing been twice married. J. W. James has closed his saloon In Garrard circuit court. Mrs. Adallne for myself. "The heavens were brass" through J. Mori ltothwell, above me. You see, I had a bad con- town and will likely not renew his liSebastian, has filed a petition against tho Turners, science, which always paralyzes faith. cense. He Is neither scllinir bv the claiming 920,000 damages for killing The way of It was this: I had promis- quart nor shipping whisky from his dis We will take all kinds of farm products in exchange for coal, and since tho winte BOBBITT FOR CONGRESS Iter husband, Marlon Sebastian, in ed the Lord for over a year to write a tillery now, owing to the fact that his has been so mild we have contracted for more' coal than we should have and now UNMISS GOV. M'CltKAKY IS A CANUI- June, ISO?. She alleges that by so do book, embodying the teachings of late license to do so has expired and he can mut sell it We make a market for your wheat, hay Of I1ATK. years, so that should I depart to a "bet- not secure such before March court. and corn, Ac, bv exchanging it for coal and we must dispose of our coal in this maring they deprived her and her children ket in return. You will always rind our prices lower than the lowest. Now is the of their only support and protection. ter country," what I had learned Ho let his license expire in order to time to hrtul coal and bring in your'farm products before you get busy with plowing. WHAT UK WILL DO IK KI.BCTnil. The facts of the killing wero reported should not be lost to some who might make a considerable change in his bus- Give us a trinl To the lilltor ol tho Iktkkior Jot iinal. Ckah Okciiahu, Feb. 10. Through at the time and the defendants wore profit by it. But natural laziness iness, having contracted with another B H- tho columns of your widely circulated acquitted in tho following September. part, and through disinclination for firm to take the output of his distillery. T. J. Culton bought of John Turn-buOn Thursday afternoon Gcorgo C. writing, in part, prevented me from bepaper 1 desire to state that unless Hie ) 1 calves for 8100. Mr. Culton also Gov. James II. Mc- Hucker, aged 10 years, ,on of I. C. ginning what 1 knew I ought to do. peerless statesman, Is a candidate for Cong roes, I Hucker, one of the proprietors' of tho Then the devil, always on the watch to swapped horses with Dan Holman and Creary, shall certainly enter the Held myrolf. r.)ller mil! at I 'aim Lick, was attempt" collect what Is owing him, smote me ho says "as Moses lifted up the serpent If the Held Uu bo full of new men, lug to sharpen his knife on a grind sharply "on tho check," over that bad In the wilderness so did he lift Mr. many of.whom'aro no larger mentally stone, attached to a shaft In the mill, conscience. That is a common thing. Holman out of his boots on tho trade." For his wunts and Informs his better half than Gulliver foundlu hlstravelslshall when his clothes were caught and his Ho has rights over our wrongs and he The former sold to M. Lackowltz two to buy his cerUlnly bo one of thorn. The most body revolved with the shaft, striking never fails to assert them vigorously. steers for S2." and bought several fat modest, If not the most deserving ono the lloor and was fearfully mangled, Well, this cancer startled me, as it dis- cows at $20. W. A. Carson sold to amongst the lot. Two years ago at Mu death resulting instantly. His body tressed us all. As soon as we reached Charlie Walker, of Garrard, a prey Vernon, I told tho two gallant little was buried In Lancaster Cemetery on the Island I began to write my book, saddle gelding for Si00. Mrs. A. H. Bastln has gone to Louis-vlllfollows then seeking the nomination Friday afternoon in the presence of determined to dally not a moment to buy spring millinery. Her husthat If thoro was the ghost of a chance many relations and friends of the fam- longer, if, pel adventure, I still had From'us. Merchant Tailors. Fancv Socks. Stacy Adams' Flno Shoes. AH for tho election of a democrat that I ily. His father lived here for a several time to finish It before the end came. It band will join her this week. Messrs. good things come was a race with the destroyer, I theu George DeBord and James F. Holdatn Held. years and made a host of friends. Little mould be In the from Thoro aro only two vital questions Georgo was bright. Intelligent and very fully thought. Like Gen. Grant, pen came up from Stanford Friday night to In hand, with certain derth before him, attend the Odd Fellows' Lodge. Mrs. now before the people of this country, popular In his sphere. tl'io Uirlll and financial question, upon Tho old line life insurance agents are setting that llrm will of his for the last Holdatn nccompanled her husband. D. both of which I will admit, without jubilant over a bill, which has been In- time, like chilled steel, to finish his C. Payne attended tho burial of his ftrther parley, that I um pretty ofwell troduced In the Legislature, requiring book before death came. It was an ex- brother, Moses Pavne. In Rockcastle. tho fraternal beneficiary societies to hibition of moral heroism, greater than Deputy Sheriff J. C. Lynn was here. versed In, but I have not enough In my iooket, to win the race In to certain regulations, or dlscon" any ho over displayed on his most suc- Saturday summoning' a jury. latter The debate at Holmes' school-hous- e a close contest as thcro will nec- tluue buslncbs in the Stato. This would cessful battlefield. There was nothing such in essarily be to win a seat In Congress likely cause some Orders to suspend op- heroic about my cose, I didn't have Friday night was well attended and the IK' mo because tho Savior pvi.nlnrr in atinnt linth nlnnuiintli. ..ml ' . this time. erations, but tho Knights of Pythias death before I am of tho opinion that Hon. James and the Maccabees could easily con- abolished that on His cross, for believ profitably. The subject, "Which Docs B. McCroary Is tho only democrat In form to every provision of the bill ers, and I fully believed and still do, the Most Harm Whisky or Tobacco," i tho district that can carry the banner without any inconvenience. They could that the Savior spoke simple truth was ably discussed, after which It was lf.1l My stock of Ladies' Shoes yet comprises many of democracy to a glorious victory. easily pay the fees required and then wheh hu said: "He that llvcth and be- decided that whisky was tho greatest K of the Choicest Tilings of the Season, in McCroary Is ound to tho core on tho havo many times the number of mem- lle vcth on mo shall never die." Still evil. Those speakers who took the side and although notu rushing, gush- bers and hundreds of times the amount It was a rnco between "dissolution," that whisky did the most harm were: kirllT ing silver man, ho certainly will en- of bona lido Insurance required. So which would put an end to writing, and Park Anderson, Andrew Buchanan,1 deavor to carry out the will of tho pen thty will still live and prosper and glvo writing "finis" on tho book I had prom- Thomas Watson and Lincoln Stringer. j I, pie upon that subject. We all know good protection at a reduced rate ised tho Lord and I felt it in every ting- The other sldo was represented by Dub that a large majority of the democratic whether the bill becomes u law or not. ling fibre of my soul. Edinlston, Bnrch Buchanan, Milt Con- -' 'VJ. Tn all the popular lasts. .But they must go be .11 party Is for romonetlzatlon of silver Well, the book is written, and this is dor nnd Georgo Lee James. The subTho destruction of tho battleship, I cause for restoring to tho place Washington! Maine, is the chief subject of conver tho wonderful story of its writing. As ject for next Friday night is "Do You In soon as I begun tho work In earnest my Favor the Recognition of C.uba?" and JofTerson and our forefathers gavo It sation in this vicinity and the opinion 1702. Hut I shall not now attempt In is almost universally expressed that tho face began to mend and beforo It was the boys are making much preparation ' a short letter to discuss this Important explosion was not accident, but the re done, I was healed. Beautifully heal- - for their speeches pro und con. II. 11 subject. oJ without a bear And that where u !)! That is in them and the room they occupy Pii- ono sult of treachery, and that, if the in I should llko to bo hi Congress CHURCH CHATTER. !. vcstlgatlng committee so report, war running ulcer had been, an inch and a ces reduced as follows: V torm to Introduce a bill to give those should be declared at once. A spirit half long by J of nn inch wide. Only a a pension who fought gall'int veterans Dr. Win, Shclton wont over to tho of patriotism is manifested and theru slight discoloration where tho angry for four long years for State rights, GO sore had been, a discharging ulcer, not Forks of Dlx River Saturday to preside aro many In Garrard county, who Stato sovereignty, Indopendonco and would volunteer to subdue Spain, which u mere luilammntlon. Of course doctors at tho ordination of some church against a great centralized despotism. Is frnj but a blot on the ma) of civilization decline to believe any such "incredible All $2.75 and 2.oO goods can now he had for $2 Had It not boon for the gallant rosls. Tho Kentuekian says thnt Elds. Gar-- , stulT" but it is true, and I um a living of men ugalnst and a menace to all enlightened na- witness tance of this handful land and Brewer have just closed a W and our S2 line drops to $1.50. These are not have been tions. Tho suggestion that Negroes go ! fearful odds wo might meeting at Freedom, Laurel county, imiaisi:tiic loud goods, but brand new and Mi old htyle, shelf-wor-n and do tho work of conquering is a good under u despotism mora oppressive than one, as If you wish to know how I feel and which resulted in 00 additions. yjj .. .i... i i i ..iiv..,L tho climate docs not suit the UlV UL'bt liiL' liiuw iiuuiun. that from which our forefathers freed white man and, besides, it would be a why r feel, read the RXXX Psalm. I Tho Danvillo Society of Christian us. Either they should havo u pension Endeavorors will hold forth at the hardly know that lovely scripture was of thoir good place to colonize tho Negro and for resisting the invader in slavery In the Bible till I needed it. Now It is Christian church Sunday night next at rights and homes or tho $141,000,000 let him put the Spaniard 7 he belongs. Tho predictions as a "Golden Psalm" to me. I read It o'clock, when a pleasing program will 5 : should bo cut olT. If a man enlisted where I every morning, tho ilrst thing after bo rendered by them. All churches hatred of tho South, for $i: a to tho fate of tho battleship wero not dressing. through cordially invited. only made by other people, but it was month, or for tho bounty money, verily Love to Sister Hill. I trust tho dear Editor Lucas, of the Kentucky UniTYPE-WRITEmade in this city. On the day that the I say unto you he has his reward; arid vessel landed In Cuban Lord to heal "all her diseases" as tho versity Clover Leaf, who criticised tho waters, Squire should not the peoplo of this country H. Uoyle, a Federal veteran, and a man 10:id Psalm promises. Ever lovingly faculty by saying in his paper that it bo taxed for all timo to coiuo to feed "Bkotheu Baknks." was SO years behind the times, has been How can it bo done? Simplicity in who is well posted on tho different yours, and clotho him. construction and not belonging to the that it After a ylsit to the race course, Miss reprimanded by tho faculty and put on - kinds of warfare, predicted Those who fought for our governTypewriter Trust result In an honest proprobation for the balance of tho scholdestroyed and ho did not ex. duct at au honest price The Blickens-derfe- r Elvira Sydnor Miller says: The amount astic year. Ho will have to submit all ,mont as It was handed down to us by would be is tho only high grado machine at fa press much surprise when tho news was of cotton batting used at the Downs Washington and our revolutionary copy for tho Clover Leaf to a member reasonable robt. It is built on strictly to reward a9 received. llko would furnish 200 ballets. Horses, thers are as much entitled of tho faculty hereafter before It is isscientific principles, and of only the best girls who walk on wishbones, havo to sued. those who fought to destroy our origand most durable material. Gen. Low Wallace has been chalSome distinctive features, visible worir, havo "excelsior," and tho African geninal government and the Institutions lenged E. Willard, president CjSsBHSHS Miss Frances to light a duol by Georgo E. interchangeable type, portability, durabil who take euro of them, put on of tho Woman's illuatrlous forefathers. Hut I tlemen of our Christian Temperunce Oakes, of Iudlanapolls, who served unity, doing away with ribbon nuisance, un tho "fats" with great skill. am satlstled that McCroary will listen Union, died at Now York of aneralu, varying alignment, unoxrelled manifold der McClcllau, und who resents tho Mm. Mary McBrlde, who died at after a week's illness. In to tho loud and numerous calls that statement made by Gen. Wallace that im;. S4 separato chvracters. etc., etc. her death The II ickenedorfer is the only typeBurlington Junction, Mo., tho other tho cause of temperance' will lose Its will bo made for him and thnt ho will had It not been for Lincoln, McClollun writer receiving highest award at World's OoO elected. pounds. A casket day, weighed bo triumphantly most earnest, active and able chamFair. Improved since. Fontaine Fox Houhitt. would have surrendered tho army.down largo enough could not bo secured and pion, and hurauulty tho world over, a Send for cataloguo and testimonials. Tho danger for those who go FOKTASir. it was necessary to encase tho body In devoted friend. To the women who M0011I3 BROS., GEN'L AGTS. ships is shown in tho fact that, a plno box and convey It to tho grave A Spanish miner, near Glcnroy, O., to sea in GUAR VNTEED. havo wrought for years with her in her considering smaller casuulltles, 445 in a dray. 2l8Fst.T.W. 125 E Fayette st. who boasted that Spain would mako not Washington, D. C, Bardstown will send five young men life work, her death will come as a Baltimore, Md. work of tho United Stutes In case peoplo lost thoir lives by accidents to tdiort crushing1 blow. to Klonklko, March 1. vessels last week alone. of war, was murdered. toll-gates W. T. West, our new postmaster, has sold his entire stock of goods to J. M. Logan, preparatory to taking charge of the olllcc. Irene, the little daughter of W. J. Humane, has scarlet fever and two oth er cases are roortod In town. It is hoped, however, that It is in a mild form and will not result seriously. Tho graded school Is still In session and will not likely be suspended. Georire, son of T. J. Hatcher, has an attack of the same disease. Tho numerous friends of John L. Arnold were clad to see him out last Saturday, but he Is still very feeble. Mrs. George T, Farrls has returned from Frankfort delighted with the trip. No wonder her husband is voting right In the Senate as he has been un dor her Instructions, and he knows hotter than to violate them. M. F. Elkln and Archie wero hero Saturday. Mayor H. Kinnaird has issued a procMu-tter heifers at 814. WONDKUFTL HUALIKU OF cancku. A few weeks ago we published a par- agruph telling of Mr. names' wonder- ful cure of cancerous sore, which oo- easloned great desire to soo tho letter which he wrote Col. T. P. Hill In reference to it. Accoidlngly Mf-o- . V. G. Welch wrote to him and asked If he OV U13 TwentV c.ilvns fnn mil... T T P.,lr,,n V. M. Ballard, of Crab Orchard, has been granted a pension of $8 a month. J. c. Havs sold to Cvrene Morgan .'9 hogs at 0c and l at.'J.lo. Curtis Cover hos told his bunch, consisting of one SHOES BND FURNISHINGS. We are receiving dailv now our pig, at .'Jc. objected to its publication. He answered that he not only had no objection but would be glad to have the whole world know what the Lord had done for ono oppressed of iho devil. In his letter to Mrs. Welch bearing dato of lie says: "l 'am wanting son- rou. ly1 now and there is no return of tho ulcer and will not be till I give the devil another chance to strike me again. Excepting tho Saints' curse of extreme poverty. I am getting along pleasantly. Tho devil knows how to turn the screws in that rack, till one's bones crack." Omitting acknowledgement of a check and other personal matters, the letter to Col. Hill Is as fol- Spaniards. F. F. Wallln, the druggist, lsnnxlou9 . to form a company and go to Cuba. B. Gilkcion also wants to fight the Mr-.1- a: SPRING : STOCK and out of the fcveral hundred dozens of Men's, Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, we can p eaeyou. We are eager to show them and want you to get our prices Tho many thousand readers, of this paper will find that we will treat you right. Give us a trial. Our will soon be open. Gents furnishing good-- trunks and Valises, , ' i, CALDWELL St LANIERM Bbfcyl.A: i.- "A. FREE TURNPIKES ! m J. H. Baughman & Co., Wheat is Worth $1 Grain, Fancy Flour, Corn, meal, Bran, pro-virlo- ns y Per Bushel one-sixth otll-dul- ly c. ut Regardless Cost. J. BHUGHMHN CO., STANFORD, KY. ll Giving Orders! o Neckwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., I con-for- m wr -! I p'slSSfjSnii CHEAP SHOES. DANVILLE, KY. I HANDTURNS& ENGLISH WALKING SHOES, I 1 ': NEED THE IVIOMEY GOOdS ! otll-cer- s. I fill S3.BDSB3 HI S2.50. to-da- to-da- y it.. H. :L J. MoROBERTS. ::! R. 1 a .?.7.r;.fS7S..... Vtl THE BLICKENSDERFER K39 Ts T i UV& MIDI PRICE, S3 5. UifJiA-iV- - 5J LJt '- AWW" i.K.- - -- iiSit. OJm jti ii . ' . ...,. ! uu 1r field, speaks, of him US a gOOd If.lvon '1 A few energetic Indies ami gintlemin husband and father. wanted to canvnss. Above salary Kiiaraii- of obtaining! address. WlTHiHIH as diblrict attorney and' In his supplemental charge to tho teed. Call on or.M. .'nrul.nn.Wf..i,n,mflnCn,n,iGh i us UOOC1I, eomerset, Ky. it. Brother-in-Lato Colson, Fitzpatriek, grand jury, Judge Saulley said that now under bond to answer that felon-- ! lous charge. He must be a mean kind assistant, there wont be any waste of Mercer county had the meanest court-o- f legal knowledge In thc firm, but It house on Kentucky soil; ho had been crnan.ro who wmiiri t.hn- - i,nr.n woman during her honeymoon, but Cho .doesn't take inuoh of a lawyer for in ju states anu territories anu n was, A,K)llt M(irCh 21. I nlll go to Cincinnati Ill'OVOentfnn ivns front, nnd mnvhn Vio cither ollice, where thcro Is such a tue worat ne naa ever oeen many pmce and select one of tho largest and htiniNom est lines of isn't so bad after all. Hc ought to re-' ood lu, a9 BttlT tc lsi? dovvn the ,aw ho had ever beon; thut ili! ulchitecl"ro represented the tho mediteval history ILjZL. ceivo enough consolation out of the fact aml 8C0 that it Is executed. 01 tno tstate. lie aiso poinieu out ine tllf.t. (lttl It nil Ufll he didn't get the woman for a wife, who It Imn..dl I.. many inconveniences under which he ,y return In my i..irlors at mv ruiltlunco THE LEGISLATURE. would keep the presents of a discarded labored to conduct court in such a I'rlces lower than - tho lowest as no expense, lover, however, und let It go at that. business. Thanking all The bill reducing tho charges of place, and said it was tho duty of the It attached to I made by stockyards about 2.1 per cent. grand jury to inspect all public build- for p ttronagu,MIIS.ask a continuance. ICATi: DUDDKItAlt. Tiiu chairman of the republican passed the State Senate. ings and see that they were fairly well county committee of Madison tele The bill allowing a majority vote in graphed Secretary Gage to hold up the a county to authorize tho Issuing of adapted for tho use for which they removal of the internal revenue ollice bonds for purchase of turnpikes, passed were intended, and if not report the fact to the circuit court. Democrat "llav.nssolJ my t.rin I will ell at pnlilii mIo to Danville, as premature action would the IIouso. my l.hcniwlt and I'uniiliiK liiipli iiiviiIh ut Hut nlacooii thi Knott l.lik jilke ' inllex l.at of seriously jeopardize party interests In The bill to give tho railroad commisSlielliy Hy on BRIEF HEWS NOTATION, tho district, but got only tho laconic sion thc power to assess railroad franreply, "Matter settled. " If lUUtt, Christian county man hiccoughed chises passed tho Houso (17 to 7, but it will, us tho chairman bays, jeopardize reconsideration was ordered. Ten In ml .t Horjisi and Mules, Jtrx! Cows, Ches himself to death. jiiiI Ililii n, .'D rliKs Inrluc Ink's mjmt republican interests in tho district, Dr. Lackey's bill to establish a mediJudge Joshua F. Bullitt, a noted jll- - DeerlnB Hinder, ThlUley .Mowtr, ll.ivand nl LhJ llike an new, J liorm waun, lurnw", .ml f.riiiliiK tin. then Indeed have wo reason for rejoic- cal department In connection with tho 1st OI rnnUvilli is utau. piomentx of nil klnJ. ltoid cut and 110 n.ii bWy ing beyond fact that wc are partial to State A. & M. College was defeated in mmmeiice at itilock A stock company Is being organized Terms mado known on day of sale Danville. v. o. alexanukh, Shelby city. 101 the Houso by a largo majority. at Bardstown to bulldan opera house. mn,M.orl nnnthn- - fnllnvv her arrested on a charge W r Milwaukee is wrapped In a mantlo EutTOK and 60on to be Postmaster J. Congicssmnn John S. Rhea and L. Bosley is finding that tho road to Blackburn addressed tho Uouso by tw6 feet thick of snow. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL oillce is not strewn with roses or even invitation Saturday and made rousing Amos Rlggs, who killed tho Boyd 7is?.w;.7 '"1 iK-r&vv..: 7 .. v iv f brothers, was sentenced to die at Mays wild flowers It seems that ho entorcd speeches. Into a combination with ono Hutch-craA bill is before tho House to appro- vllle. "? TflW Feu. 22. 1S9S Stanford. Ky.. o Wm Scanlon, tho Irish comedian snap priate $."00 to defray tho oxpenses of a to work the Paris together and Hutchcraft furnished him military escort for Gov. Bradley to tho nnd hweet singer, died in New York of 870 to go to Washington on and try for christening of the Kentucky battleship. paresis. W. P. WALTON. Ed Towry, of Princeton, drank horso the place. Veni, villi, but found ho The Houso passed the bill which puts Is hard cider or any other mixture that liniment by mistake for whisky and could not "vicl" except by pooling That our electoral laws arc dcfcctlvo sues with Denny's man Stivers and this intoxicates within tho mcanluir of "vi Is In a serious condition. No cmims for alarm, we nro not going to A and vicious and need revision, we have ho did. Now hns been established at Hutchcraft and his nous, malt liquor, etc," as used in tho Klondike, hut you Mill think on sundry occasions attempted to show, friends are denouncing Bosley's treach- law applying to local option districts. Shannondalc, Fajotte county, with 5 t but wo fear that the Goebcl bill to that, ery and say there are not 10 white peoThe Senate defeated Bronston's bill John II. Llnsley, postmaster. A tract of ice on thc coast of thc Gulf end is such a drastic and so radical n ple In Paris, who are for Bosley for to establish a Statu board of charities, d remedy, that it may prove worse than postmaster. To all of which Mr. Bos- passed tho bill to compel the associat- of Finland broke adrift and was to sea with 200 fishermen. the disease. The object of the bill, ley replies in his paper and to his ed press to sell its news to tho Dispatch To go some where, when you see our priAdelina Pattl Is worth over $2,000,- which is to prevent republican corrup-tionist- s own satisfaction if not to Hutchcraft and virtually killed tho prohibition ces on general murclmiu'llso They are debauching our elections, explains the "treachery" away. The bill, which makes tho county tho unit 000, whllo Sarah Bernhardt Is said to from "dirt cheap" in every sense of the woid. is a good one, but in seeking it, there gist of it is that he could not have won In local option elections, Instead of pre- have more money than she can count. Wu hear pcop e xnyfng oorydny; "lam Mrs. Elizabeth Cayce Clardy, mother is danger that bad results will follow. with any other combination than the. cincts. sorry I did not get your prices before I bought, I could have saved money, To take from the county judge, who is one he struck and his own life and that Hon. M P. North, of Lincoln, form- of Congressman John D. Clardy, died getting better styles, de igiis Ac. directly responsible to tho people, tho of his paper depended on winning. erly of Bell, seems to hae made happy In Christian county, In her IMth year. Now to each and everyone we ndvKo you olllcers power of appointing election SUgo, an S to 1 shot, won tho Carni-va- l legislative hits in nearly all of quito a not to have this same reason to regret It, Thekb are no new developments in number of bills he has Introduced in and vest it in an election board to be Handicap at New Orleans Satur hut appointed by a commission of three the Maine disaster, though a certain the Lower House of the Kentucky Gen- day. David was second and Meddler elected by tho .Legislature, with large class of newspapers are working the eral Assembly. Milliard is a practical third. Aaron Kohn, the sweet scented Lou powers and no responsibilities, is a dan torpedo racket for all it is worth. The as well as an able representative. isville geranium, was fined W0 for began yesterday Pineville Courier. gerous change and smatters so much of otlicial investigation nnd be satisfied, of court tho other day by Judge machine politics that those who arc for and wo will doubtless soon know if the See the big cut in our clothing departFields. a fair ballot and an honest count are treacherous Spaniards caused the terriNJUNTYNEWS, NEIGHBORING ment it is immense Men's suit, good, The president of thc Lexington turnfearful of It. In seeking to prevent ble loss of life and property and whetha'.l wool ones at .1.50. Men' clay worstMatthew Farmer, a a Bell cbunty pike will demand that guards bo staed suits", Itojs suits 7oe nnd i to 15, fraud, tho bill makes other frauds pos- er wo shall have to whip Spain or not. s tioned at several In JessaHoys' knee piinlh l"pnrtnient divided into sible aud will leave the election ma- Some Congressmen, notably Senator armer, was killed by a fall. three lots at the following prices, 25c, 35o slapped by a liquor mine county. W. II. Dohn, a Middlesboro chinery liable to countless charges of Mason, who was recently and 50c. In Decatur county, Ga., three No worse frauds than have ever been com- hotel clerk, are very belligerent and dealer, died suddenly of heart disease. We have ju&t received n big line of tho E. II. Hansford, of the Paragon, has groes seized a white girl nnd delibernewest mitted by the republicans. We do not wnnt to declare war, whether or no, jj believe that Kentucky democrats need but people who know of war's horrors been appointed city court clerk of Som- ately applied a match to her clothing. She was fatally burned. such a law to save them from the mach- desire to go slow and be sure before wc erset. At Carlisle, Edward Crump, aged la, Alford Grecnwell, of inations of tho republicans. Thoy are go ahead. The Cincinnati Bnquirer in.thc majority and not likely to be yesterday had a startling dispatch that county, was caught under a log and was sentenced to the penitentiary for Ilought before the high tnrill. seven years for killing John Wilton, mashed to death. over ridden by an ignorant minority, not an atom of powder in the Maine our dress goods litte. it i full of bargain?. boy, last August. Col. W. H. Spencer, a veteran of two another and that the information had may be. Besides no matter how venal it There are Mill n few moic of those chunp At a meeting of I. O. O. F. lodges of this the bill is in direct conflict with unloosed a volcano of bitter feeling wars and many years a leading busitowels nnd Ac left frm Inst weeks n Lexington, Judge J. S. Smith was sesale, come and get them every principle of democracy, which against Spain that no attempt can con- ness man of Lebanon, Is doad. Look at our new line of Tailoring Hhirtn, 0 The Sue Bennett Memorial School at lected to go to Louisville and bid declares first and last for home rule and trol. over 250 styles If you wnnt the let for tho Widows and Orphans' of 200 London has a regular attendance local self government. Senator Goebel After an adverse report, Represen- Home. has gotten the bill through the Senate. tnt.tvft.l. Ti. Mnnnt. crnt. hi hill fni- - n. students, says the Kentucklan. Suits aggregating ?20.),000 have been Benjamin L. Pr.ce, un 01 but It has struck a snag in tho House : : con8lUutional amendment, making tho soldier and one of the wealthiest filed in Edmonson county against the passage is such proportion? that its ,. wx ft requl3Uo to L. & N., whoso train struck a vohlctu, farmers of Madison county, is dead. veloped in so much doubt that a caucus vollnff beforc thc House, and after a You ever wiw for ;12, buy ii of u. W. F. Pruett has been appointed killing one and injuring scvural other O.V had to be called to get tho members n speech anfl himl W0ife fCcurea Way no county, persons. into line. Its first meeting showed Itfl passag0 by a VQte o . tQ .,h He postmaster at Clyi'e, The feeling against tho Spanish Is many absentees and an adjournment wdtcg lw that hc thnks ,t wU, g(J and James A. Green at Roost, Bell strong thnt tho Viscaya, which arrived county. night. Itis though thc Senate all right and that was effected till son of J. C. at tho New York harbor Sunday has to the general opinion that since the cau- - lt wiu be submitted at the next olec; George, the T. I) KANUY, Manager Rticker, of the rollur mill at Paint bo guarded by a patrol of tugs with U. till after the bill t,on Then wm come the worBt cus was not called o WS passed the Senate, it Is too late now to wap sinc0 u w,n b(J ,eft t0 Uje votorfl to Lick, was crushed to death in his fa S. naval officers nbonrd. Hrnnrh "torus nt Paris, Cnrlislu, Mt SterThe Nashville Centennial Exposiling, Hardstown, I.nw renceburg, Cynthia evoke party discipline In its behalf and ' (Jeche an(1 a3 they who piy n0 pol, tax ther's mill. Soldiers are resting on. their arms at tion committee announces that it has tin. Versailles, Eminence, lioortaiU in this opinion, Chairman P. P. John- - nro vcry num0roU9 they wlll vole carly KHznhetlitowii. Frankfort. nd Mntick- Lexington, ready to march at the enough assets to pay liabilities and hns ston, of thc State Central Committee, nnd ,at0 aRaln9t a rCalrlctlon of their Krt, Ind either ordered eaneoled the 3200,000 of bonds 7 . man 0UI?ht to shortest notice to the unites and publicly promulgates It to h E issued as a guarantee. the members of the Legislature. It is labor to carry it, however, and make In Boyle or Jessamine. Since President Ingalls took charge James Grimes, an aged farmer of to be hoped that at tho caucus intelli the watch word 'no representation Jessamine county, fell 100 feet down a of tho'C. A. O., 10 years ago tho gross gence and conservatism will prevail without taxation.' Kentucky river clifT and sustained in- earnings of tho road have Increased 100 and that a measure for electoral im per cent., those for the last fiscal years juries from which he will die. provement may be presented and Thi:rk Is great opposition to the Another Indictment against tho L. & exceeding ten millions. agreed upon, which will be free from bankruptcy bill which passed the Mrs. Arthur Felix, of Owonsboro, the objections urged against the raeas- - House Saturday 158 to 124. There are N., under thc long aud short hand before the body, which seems not a sufficiency of safeguards to pre-t- o clause of the constitution, was tried at followed her husband to a saloon at ure now be so utterly subversive of treo j vent fraud and as before officers' fees Lebanon, and resulted in a hung jury. midnight and her brutal husband bqat i tie .sew.'on of the lolUgluto Yetir. will om-i- i Institutions as well as democratic prln- -' will eat up nearly all the assets of u In telling of the unusually good order her over the head with a beer glai?, Ina-s-tl:MZond.a,37 bankrupt. There is no cry- - at preaching, the Faubush correspond- flicting probably fatal wounds. ciplcs. ent of the Somerset Paragon says that Frank Jones, of Grnysonvillc, Ind., Now pupils entorlnc nt thnt time will do received Into tho inir need for a bnnkrunt law anv wav. clnu For Mrs. Kingsbkrry, the Atlanta wo- - When auch a ,aw wag ,n fmce SQVOral only five or six pistols shots were fired found his wife and a neighbor In a com cnll on or write to Mhh Sturt.KV tit tho College or wrlto for cntiiloguo. full Information tho tide of years man who essayed to stem promising position and instead of shootWILLIAM MIKI.TOX, I'iiihihum-- . a0 we saw raen take advantage during tho services. the alleged wave of promiscuous and fit, get rid of paying their debts wlth-a- ll F. J. Campbell, manager of Rock ing them he bado them a friendly fareprevailing osculation In that city, is out any outlay except for fecs 0f officers Castle Springs, will run his 'bus line to well and wished them much happiness. bringing down anathemas on her head and then crack theh. wnlp at theIr late Somerset Instead of London for passon-cer- s President Burt, of the Union Pacific from the younger set, who not only in. creditors. A man who makes a debt if he can get the county to Im- railroad, finds that women prove the road between those places. timate that she has magnified and pre- - Lhould never be absolved from Its cm not do good work where men arc but that she, being old and ment bv ,. II. L. Underwood, of Birmingham, employed, nnd has Issued an order for which God knowa are ugly and out of the swim, is mad hberal and onoided enough now for Ala., has been elected manager of tho tho gradual discharge of all employed oecauso no oue ever sceKs to sip ine the debtor class. Middlesboro, Ky. Town & Laud Co., by his road. o nectar (?) from her colorless lips. One succeeding the present manager, Mr. At Henderson, G. T. Berry, a meryoung lady In particular, who bears the 0:$ receipt of the fake news that the Johnson, who will return to England. chant, was awarded 91.000 damages euphonious appellation of Ina Urque-hea- Spaniards bad assassinated Gen. Lee, A stranger named "Mr. Johnson," of against T. N. Givens, a former partGlenn, in her defense of the the excitable Somerset people hung Jessamine county, entered a poker ner, on thc pica that his business was a u s young ladies, scores Mrs. Kingsberry a De Ldme In effigy, after a game at Lexington, won the "Interest" damaged In the amount named by GivOQ in lively style and mixed metaphor in number of speakers had worked off of thc "proprietors and the entire con- ens' excessive drinking. mmm denying her allegations. For instance their eloquence In enthusiastic appeals cern, furniture and all, and hauled stuff Tno States of Iowa, Wisconsin, Illishe says "we have been wearing the They want war at any cost, but they away In a farm wagon. nois nnd Northern Michigan are snowbrand of Cain ever since the publica- should restrain themselves. War is A mysterious woman who said she bound. Tho snowfall has been the tion of her letter," forgetting if she ten iblo to contemplate from any stand was from England, called on Gen. Cas- gale has thc season and n ever knew that Cain was not convicted point. It causes many deaths and sius M. Clay at White Hall, Saturday, caused deep drifts. bloekaJIng rail of kissing, but of fratricide. The countless privations, and last but not but would not make public her mission. roads and streetcar lines. whole controversy seems to be a case of least a burdensome and never ending She Is more than propablo the emisThe president, who Is breaking all much ado about nothing. Kissing, pension outlay. Let us have peace. records as a pardon grantor, has refusyellow journal. sary of a New York thank goodness, is not confined to AtTHEfrom ed to pardon Ed Air, thc Newport bank Col. John D. Fogle, lanta, where Miss Glenn says she never While Editor John B. Owens, of the the Lebanon district, and one of Ma- embezzler, although hc led his twin saw but one girl kissed and she had to Barbourville News, was in Louisville rion county's n lawyers, died sister, to think otherwise Doubtless play Paul Pry to see that. There is thc other night, ho was robbed of his from an overdose of morphine, taken his case is as deserving as the scot 0 heart stirring, 60ul entrancing magic hat and 84.90 in money by a Negro. while suffering great pain. He was a that did receive executive clemency. in a kiss and as long as girls have rose Mr. Owens may have lost his tile, but widower and leaves one daughter, who At thc meeting of stockholders of tl 0 bud lips and boys are properly constitu- it will be hard for him to make people lives in Texas. Blucgrass Building and Loan Associated they are going to enjoy its delights believe that a mountain editor had that George DcBord is in receipt of a let. tion at Lexington, a new directory was and crusades will never much in cash about his person. ter telling of the death of his brother, chosen, aud an attempt will be made to becomo popular except among dyspepa TlIP 4U.... U.W.J. X' On hnvn- cril1 J. J. DeBord, atIJ Fairfield, l, Texas. ..He have receiver named Tho meeting .w Aflnma x,., ..V..Vju.i . I, r tic spinsters and bloodless old bache.l ,,tl.. ",,u was sensational, and Lawyer John l. u """ The Winchester Sun to Messrs. James naa ,4U UU,.B ",u.u ",u i v ft lors. n. Mii.nii..Tnmn. nrnn,ihiirat.- nn,i was uom in wasnington couniy. va. Allen and Charles II. Stoll came near vv..w f w.ww ... WW.H. fighting one stage of the proceed a gallant Confederate John Me vers, a Louisville swuin, James J. Adams, who will continue the and was mnmlwi1 rf thn 10th soldier, j l"gs. at hrin( ii Texas, has adopted heroic measured to cret. business of making the paper one of army. Mm ntmrt .fltVi flm rTltl itVirt jiiteu litm nftn fVin UU3. in tlin country. iir. W v. rV Claiborne's division, iiragg's i (bii u r x. 'i wno illrrwl tillU auer, kUU hnar In uic Besides a wife he left .narrlcd dagh-- ( $4Q he had given her many costly presents, Adams has been with tho paper for 20 a published at t air innhuHncr r ruier. nt her trousseau, and ' years and regret is felt his leaving jf1, he Recon er, Sen-ato-v-v- ;. M'.M y&v&:MK&3& w.v v.ij7 a wtj f'i -" w . - ft m f post-ofllc- TO KLONDIKE ! post-oltic- o cai-rle- WEARESELLINGOUT lie-stil- C0MET0USFIRST eon-tem- pt toll-gate- - Wa-hlngt- on Rial tinosS Carpels In-e- ct hnr-gl- ed 821,-00- Tailor Mad Suit j , 0,. The Louisville Store , I ... toll-gat- es I Stanford Female College. Januaiy x. d On 1898. type-write- rs njiy-varicat- O rt t Q hea-icst- of 40-mi- le or -- best-know- iQUEEN WASHING MACHINE. antl-osculati- TJr-n- a -- . w- i. I.A4W hnll h,1 ' t.hn .,mrulnn. w at A Month Salary. ( ! J STILL ALIYE. Z 3STEZ5ril.i-.t- l T , 011 We aie sole agents for tho above Machine. B,ory Machine sold to be th judge of it. Try one. You will like it. 011 a Guarantee -- ; 1X HIGGINS & 7UTKINNBY. EXQUISITE EFFECTS ate produced in your homo by decoratini; walls with artistic and handsome wall napeni from our now Spring stock. "l,.)cr J'(,"r ,00,n- - " ricli and laintycoloiings, and tinhpie iIcsIciih. any grade paper that you may wish atin a re.isonable figure 1113- PUBLIC SALE! -( y'ttr 11I1I l 1 rmii, mnnun4in, w 1 W. W. WITHERS, Stanford. - - Kentucky. ii If i "- 'Zi COrrKJCKTjfH X- -J Urniich Store and Undertaking Outfit at Hustonville. Ky. mmmiiimmmit rrgrv-- a i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Stanford, Ky., Djmkd jeweler. at Warren by & Shanks'. j SlT.CTACLKS Httcil Dank, the at Warren Collahs nntl plow year of all kinds fe Shanks'. - Fun. 22, 1898 McRobcrts'. E. C. Walton, Ik'siNKsa Maxacjihi. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY FliKSil sweet peas in bulk at W. H. 1 Silas Stbwaiit, a good Negro man, died of consumption Sunday and was burled yesterday. (tt. lets"! 3 THE G. D. CHICAGO i Ttf...-- i. ,t MeKlnney's I AM Mill-h- ost " GOSSIP. agent for the made. .. , TflBlti: woro iuw people anu icwer 8tock on tho mnpkct ftt Danvllleyester- .day, with cattle much in demand. Tin: Advocate Fox Is 111. nay that Artist K. II. E.T. Minor,; Hubble.' Stanford cmalo Collcgo,,UP"8 ?te,'Cl yesterday . I- - ,.. ct ' " Waist and Corset. T FITTXMr FOR ONE UK LLAR UMJMJOU Hon. Hahvky IIklm wont to ington Friday. Lex- J. W. llAl'uiiMAX has been laid up with grip for sovorul days. Mil. T. F. Sl'lNIC went down to his Hardin county farm Saturday. Eli. and Mhs. a. C. Nkwland, of the East End, aro both very 111. MllS. J. It. Dailry and son, of Mercer, aro visiting Mrs. J. C. McClary. ROK.V, to the wife of Joe N'ovlus, a Glad to Ciiuistbn Link. girl. The young lady arrlvud Friday. Manager Eddy expects tub to start the MlBS Sau.ii: Elkin, of Garrard, messages to going to Stnnford by Wedspont several days with Mrs. II. J. Mc. nesday, and promises to let tho llrst Roborts. conversation bo carried on by the AdJudoi: William Tottiin. of Lan vocate and tho iNTBHIOIl JOURNAL. caster, spent several days with his son, Tin: jury In the case of John Jarrctt J. L. Totton. for killing Duck Padgett In RockcasTub Cumberland Courier says that "Luil Evans, everybody's friend," wns tle county failed to agree and Judge Morrow discharged It Friday. Eleven thoro labt week. Mil. and Mhs. Klmohi: Estbs have were for conviction and one for acquitgone to In a ortton of tal. Most of tliS 11 were for two years. J. F. Waters' houto. Widows Mrs. Laban Withers.who Mil. A. 1. BltACKKTTund family will Monday for McKlnney, Tex- is a widow, has three widowed daughleave next ters Mcsdamos Hun Withers, Annie as, to make their future home. Mks. II. J. McRoilKUTS and little McClary ,and Julia Hughes, a widowed Mrs. Annie Withers, daughter, Anna I)., accompanied the daughter-in-lawMr. G. M. Smith, who former's mother to Harrodsburg Fri- and a is a widower. day. MIS8KS Ma.MIK LYNN and Mario Caldwkll it Lanihh, DanviiloV Warren loft Saturday morning for loading shoo dealors and guilt's fur' O., to enter the Normal School nlshors. make a bid in this issuo for th are. some of the trade of this section and it MllS. J. N. SiiAtti', of Williamsburg, will pay any ono to inspect thoir largo wife of thu Commonwealth's Attorney, stook and get their low prices boforo la visiting her father, Mr. Darld buying. m ' 'Ph.. n number of new names were added to jury In tho ciu,c of Leonard Smallwood, tho roll last week. at London, for killing his brother, reTblbimionb or electric light poles, turned a verdict of two years in tho 1,000 red cedars, '20 to 40 ft. long, four penitentiary. to six inches at top. Address R. E. Wb nre indebted to J. D. Rolderman, Gaines, Walnut Flat, Ivy. superintendent of the Lebanon Water Wb have a few notes and accounts Light Co., for specimen electric that were due July 1, 1800, that are yet Ught globes, of a very excellent varieunsettled. These will be placed in tho ty, for which our thanks arc tendered. hands of an oillcer for collection March 1. Hlgglns it MeKinney. A Cain oi:ts hut two wav wowijt B t f i 1 1 nil U S lli DRAB : The Most Comfortable and pi As well as most durable corset made Waltkii GilBSHAM was held over to circuit court In 8100 at his trial at Saturday for obtaining 2ft cents under fulse pretenses from King & Prultt. The money belonged to Will Gnddis. Grcsham gave bond. Mc-Kinn- We now have in stock m m- ALL tho side-track- s spared and the tool and other houses that were not being used at Rowland that could be WHITE : AND : BLACK ( mz lP2. ( have been moved to Livingston and tho houtic-kucpln- g yards at our once lively suburban town present a desolate appearance now. Tho fat boy who was here asking alms some ten days ago, and who proved to be tho demented son of J. W. Denny, a respectable citizen of Hurgln, who came hero for him. dieda fewdavs aft.-ho got home, of pneumonia, con- tmcted while wandering over theooun- DBA D. r We will be pleased to show you these goods whether you wish to buy or not. If You Buy it Once You'll buy it Again Respectfully submitted to the cash trade TO MS son-in-la- ny Lob-ano- Km-ban- MlSSDot.LlK Is CaHIIKLL, of Huston-vtll- o, visiting hur brothr, Mr. Will Cabboll. of this place. Lebanon I811HN ls. MllS. M. C. SAUKLKY has Issued cards to a reception to bo given this afternoon from to ft In honor of Mrs. S. M. Rankin and Mrs. S. M. Logan. T. M. WlUTB has secured a location at Richmond and will soon move with his family to that point. Mrs. White, who has been very 111, is able to sit up. Corbin News. Ouil new postmaster, James O. I'lor-onchas ordered his attorneys to Institute suit for heavy damages against Co. on two counts: the Courier-Journa- l for disfiguring his manly beauty and for labolling him from Danville. 11 o, Robert Colyer, of SomurHK, spent several days with Morars. W. II. and It. II. l'ettu-- , near .. . - . Gilberts t'roek. wants UAMAUies. Jolui J. .Mooro C. W. Wadswokth, tin attorney of will sue tho Stanford A Lancaster TurnCumbarlnnd Gap, Tenn..pald l'ostma-,-Wpike Company for Jift.OOO damagos for J. C. Florence a visit on his return allocod carolusstiuss in causing thu from Memphis. death of his daughter, Delia, who reMks. (Jicoitui: OWKNS, who has been ceived injuries while going through a patient under Dr. E. J. Hrown, re- tho gato, which was In charge of the turned to her home in Rockcastle Sun- militia. day greatly Improved. TUB rcM)rt of the assessment of railMiss SL'Sir. Laslky has been sick for several days and Joe Now land, of roads has been received byCounty Clerk G. B. Cooper and shows that the Q. it Crab Orchard Is holding down the O. has 2.'! and miles In tho county at Rowland for her. MllS. Maiitha Sbvkhanck left yes- valued at $ftft2,Sft. The L. fc N. has terday for Louisville to make lhal place nearly 27 miles valued at$.'tlti,S0l. of a mile of the Green her future home, much to the regret Thoro aro of her many friends here. River road which Is valued at $17,U25. Miss Maooii: Skcha, formorly of TUB signal service's cold snap was a this place, has ooncd a photograph little slow In materializing, but it got gallery at Somerset She learned thu hero all thesamu Sunday nightand yesbusiness under A. J. Eat p. terday morning saw the enow coming ItKV. G. II. TuitNKH, pastor of Waldown in real North polo stylo. It stopnut Flat, tendered his resignation Sun- ped about 12, after covering the ground day to take otTect In April, greatly to lightly, and the sun shone awhile. the regret of his congregation. "Fair and colder Monday night. Fair Bourne Goggln and Miss Holla Wad- Tuesday" Is tho prediction at this writdle, a popular young pair, were married ing. at Somerset last week. The bride Is u ML'liDBlt. Rockcastle had another sister of Attorney O. II. Waddle. you sending killing yesterday. A dispatch says that "OUH eople appreciate them the weather forecasts dally," at Mullins Station on thu K. C, Geo. followed John Redwood to a said Dr. Ed Alcorn, of Hustonvllle, who Durbin tunnel where he and others were shootwas down professionally Saturday. ing crnps and telling Redwood that ho Mil. Giliikiit Giunstkad, of the had come to kill him. pulled his pistol Louisville Store, left Saturday for a and llrcd the fatal shot. Both wcro two weeks visit to relatives at Win- IC. C. bridge carpenters. Durbin was chester. Mt. Sterling and Cynthiaun. arrested and jailed at Mt. Vernon. -r Pinrcs and iiuvi.Mi t. unciu Kim b uiiuin wo. wantiid to work that old ehostnutolT on us March 3rd, but thu Opera House inanagemunl declined to let a night show como in ahead of a regular-- ' looked one, Joshua Simpkins, who will apiwar March 7. i . . rm . -. . . fly-by- -; i TUB fast mall train from the South Sunday, due at Junction City at ,'1:25 A. M., was forced to come by Stanford and go over the K. C. to Cincinnati on account of a freight wreck nt Durgin. With Arthur Puairs as pilot, tho mogul engine with Its live coaches and four Hlecpors backed to Rowland whero It headed right by switching past tho dispatcher's olllce. It was piloted from there to Winchester by Henry Lam-l- y mors and from there to Cincinnati by another engineer, arriving about four linnra lnfi. .. W. H. SHANKS. s private will begin a school, with Miss Annie McKlnney as nsslstant. Tuition first, second and , n. rA....v. . .i.j-.- i rn i mini gniuv, ;i..iu, mmui uuu unu, -, L. L. ixth grade, S2.ft0 per month. Grubbs, Fiinclpal. three-month1 -n-- iwmiu wi K School. Beginning Feb. 28th, I .- I Severance & Sons SHIRTINGS. have just opened New Yephy Ginghnms, i'eicalus and C hoviots for early spring sewing. Vc I of-li- S2-10- 0 ONBof the attorneys Interested In suits relative to pikes and raiders was latoly in Frnnkfo.it, and in overhauling an old charter found this: "Beginning at Frankfort, thence to Harrodsburg and Danville, through Hell's X Roads, and on to Crab Orchard." Mt. Vernon Signal. This is stretching a little to make a point. In the long ago the cros roads In the West of Stanford were known as Helm's X Roads. In thoso days mayhap Hell's was as good a name for them as Helm's, but things have changed. Wo are not so any more. .!, IN honor of this gentleman the country, or at least that por- SHOES. We will open this week a complete lino of the Leigler make of Ladies', Misses nnd Children's Shoes and Slippers. Come nnd see them. You know their good points ns well as wo. tion of It which can afford i as it will "take a day off," Feb. 22, but wo poor devils will, be as usual, the found at same old stand at work. Postmaster Florence tells us that the olllce will bo open only from 7 to S A. M., 1 to 2 and ft to (5 v. M. The banks will be as close as a clam all day. IIUSTONVILLB. J. B. Adams tele; phoned us tho following from Hustonvllle yesterday: David Skinner received a telegram telling of the serious Illness of his brother, Prof. J. B. Skinner, of Hamilton College, Lexington. J. P. Harper is back from the South where he did well with his mules. S. C. James and Bush VanArsdale, of Harrodsburg, spent Sunday with their lady friends here. Mr. Arthur W. Carpenter, of Cincinnati, Is visiting his mother. Miss Lizzie Bogle, of Lexington, is nt home taking a rest. W. C. Cubblns, of Chicago, is here again to tako lessons in elocution nit. A new line of spectacles, lenses to fit any eye. Call If your eyes are weak. C. W. Adams. Miss Maky Philips gave a delightful party to her young friends Friday night. The young ladles were each given a "nick name" and the gentleman who guessed correctly was given the girl's company for tho evening. Those present and their names for the nonce were: Misses Stella Ballou, Sal-ll- o Side Pockets; Clara Mcrshon, Marian Dead Lazy; Mary Philips. Kitty Ran Van Folistlne; Annie McKlnney, t S3 COTTONS, Embroideries nnd Laces still going at lower prices than they were ever offered in Stanford for befote. liny now while frtock is large and fresh. 1 SURPRISE. Wo have a surprise in store for We will runke some special low prices on Linens for a few days. See ad in house-keeper- s- i 0 our next issue. items from this paper travel all over tho country is seen every day and is recalled by a paragraph from our Lancaster letter with reference to Postmaster-elec- t W. T. West, who was described as a verltuble being published in a New Jersey paper and which was seen oy Dr. E. S. Morgun, of Jackson's Mills, that State. The doctor writes us with a description nnd photograph of himself and adds: "Your man West Is a kid to me. Look at us. We aro some." Ho is fl feet 71 inches, weighs U77J pounds, wears a 73 hat, No. 1U shoes and 20 collar. Ho is perfectly temperate in his habits and docs not "cuss" unless some fellow springs tho chestnut on him, "say mister, how tall aro you y",he says. Tub way I 1 1 Go-Ha- h, SEVERANCE & SONS. s ftfs&os aracawaKffi? aracGto-as-sWE IIAiNDLE ONLY 'NTTi' HUD-HU- E HUKESS, Made at our store by TUB pictures of the Hlrmlngham sweethearts ol Messrs. Joe I. Hurton nnd A. A. McKinnoy, Jr., appear In the Valentine number of tho New York Journal and show that tho young men are decidedly aosthetie In their tastes- LOCAL HAPPENINGS. FlNB violin for salo. Danks. OUK watch work wurrantcil. Danks. ' mm m FltliSll Tea Cakes. Warren it at Shanks. SBB Hlgglns .t McKlnney's. ClIBAl' cow feed of all kinds always on hand. J. H. Baughman it Co. that now sewing machine A. C. SINB sold his four sharus of Somerset Bank'lng Co. stock at $110. good as new. W. Bailey, Norwood, Ky. r, Foil S.VLB cheap, Type-write- Bllokensdcrfur Address J. I am agont for tho Louisville and Cin cinnati dully papers. Como In and sub-- J scrlbo now. Barnes Wcaren. DiiuoStoiibCuanob. Mr. John S. Wells has bought Penny's Drug Store at the Invoice of tho goods without carTUB docket of the circuit court, riage. The stand is the most desirable which has been tiled for printing at ono in town and the business being old this olllce by Clerk J. F. Holdam, and established is worth a good deal to shows that there aro 81 Commonwealth, tho purchaser, who is one of the finest 2ft ordinary and 2d equity appearances, pharmacists in the State. Since tho 1(1 old ordinary und 120 old equity casdeath of Mr. A. R. Penny, the busih of tho Commonwealth ness has been run by Mr. G. L. Penny, ed. eincs arc against two men for violation who Is tho executor of the estate, and of the liquor laws. There Is no murder Itiwlll require several months U close case, hut six misllt marriages are up the accounts. After that ho Is not decided on what he will do or where he sought to bo annulled. will go, but it is hoped that he will not It is hard to got tho liscal court to- leave Stanford. The invoice will bo gether. Friday only W. A. Co Hoy and taken and his friends arc glad W. D. Wullln appeared and an adjourn- that It will include Mr. George A. Mcment was had till yesterday, when only Robcrts, who has been In the score for Mr. Wullln and J. II. Raines wcro on several years and Is now himself a good hand. Judge Bailey then called a druggist. meeting for next Friday when it is hopTub commencement exercises of tho ed tho members will be present and Public School were hold at the courtsettle the Hustonvllle it Stanford piko purchase or leasu. Wo want our West house Friday night, when the building was crowded with people who enjoyed End friends to visit us toll free. tho nice program which wus creditably situation In the moiin-tal- n rendered. It began with a pretty Hag Tub small-po- x towns Is growing intense, although drill by a number of little girls: Salut-morsubject, "Mind Tho Glory of but few now cases aro reported and thoso at Mtddlesboro and Jolllco. All Man," by Everett Hall; Recitation, tho towns In Knox, Whitley and Lau- "Poor Little Jim," Frances Cooper; rel have quarantined each other and Recitation, "Which General," J. K. the world genorally and will permit no VanArsdnle; "When Papa Was a Boy," person, without a doctor's certificate to Geo. II. ViinAi'sdalo; Diploma Declaenter them either by prlvato or public mation, "A Warning to School Masconveyance. Tho trains aro watched ters," by James Philips; Recitation, for people getting off and at London "Grandma's Minuet," MaryBurch; EsConductor J. W. Rose, who stopped at say, "The Enjoyments of School Life," tho fair grounds und let some passen- Miss Annie Massey; Valedictory, gers off, had a writ issued against him, "Rienzi's Address to the Romans," but as ho was headed this way it was Caswell Saulloy. Diplomas were award not served. No stops have been taken ed to Caswell Saulloy, Evcrott Hull and by our authorities with reference to James Philips by Prof. E. L. Grubbs, vaccination. Thoy aro probably wait- who went homo Saturduy to Bpcnd a ing for tho hoi'so to bo stolen before week's vacation boforo beginning his pay school, Feb. 2:3th. locking the stable door. Onc-sl.Mto-da- Jno. A. Ilendren. Call and leave your order. B. K. WEAREN & SOTV. y y, Flotilla Rat Killer; Stella McClary, Mlrandah Nebuchadnezzar; Mattlo Mencfce, Polly Ann Snooks; Marguerite Bright, Susana Giggles: Elizabeth Grimes, Mandellcna Marguerite Ollanegon; Catherine Beazlcy, Delia Man Tooth; Lue Robinson, Louise Fox Hunter; Lillie Peyton, Becky Pickles: Sudle Smith, Caroline Thomas; Ann Dunn, Susan Dinglobender, Myrtle Hughes, Silvia Klondike; Lena Bruce, Susanna Wiggles and Lillian Philips, Snow Drop Washington. Tho gentlemen present were Messrs. John Ray, E. L. Grubbs, Morgan Beazley, Joe Beck, Victor Ballou, Logan Hughes. Call nt my store nnd wo will explain how you can obtain one of these Uasters free of Do Witt Grubbs, Bowen VanArsdale, charge. The roast is revolved through tho juices while cooking. John Beck, Jack Beazley, Dexter Ballou, James Menefeo, Forrest McClary and Joo Sowdcr. After nlco refreshments and tho enjoyment of numerous games, tho happy party dispersed with many thanks to tho hostc&s, who had The Cylinder Basting and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. MARK HARDIN. 1 i given thorn so much pleasure. Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig - Chairman J. E. Carson und other gentlemen of this county have- received letters from G. G. Gilbert, of Shelby, stating that ho has decided to become a candidate for Congress. Capt. William F. Norton, of Louisville, made $100,000 in wheat in tho past few months, clearing $70,000 In one deal of u million bushels. P. P. Nunnellcy sold In Cincinnati Saturduy somu fat cows at $.'10 and u lot of butcher cattle at ."He No services wcro held in the churches of ,MUdlesboro Sunday on account of tho smallpox npldemie. - fideker '' lliivo tho inrwt approved FACE ii : LOTONS, on the Market frirm b And lteil Line nf 1'orfuines. Soaps ami Toilet Article 5hnpn wuui it mtM m fMmmmm 0 LAND AND STOCK, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, THE1NTERI0RJ0URNAL aai su pinn v jcs-i- i - When not AT 3TrL5.a"V-- o in- - ad v axck will c charged. ioai.la:2.CO W. L. Wood bought of Bud Martin a lot of owes and lambs at $4.50. O. P. Huffman bought of J. C. Florence a bunch of fat hogs at lie. V. II. Boono sold to S. T. HarrU a steers at 4Jc. punch of J. II. Baughman sold to E. P. Woods and T. L. LI Hard a lot of hogs at c. Bangor, Me., has a horse .vhlch weighs 2,400 pounds. He is 10 hands . l,0."0-poun- d Miss Bcttle Mattox, just 13, was mar rled in Wood tool last week to S. W, go, and Miss Muttlo Kenney, of Boyle county, were married at the Gait House in Perkins, 27. James Ellis, a widower with seven children, was married at Falrvlow, Ind., to Mrs. Susan Hughes, a wi low, with eight. Mr. Charles T. Black, late of Chica- !&- - I TIME GIfiD. DIVISION. KENTUCKY CENTRAL Trains learo Stanford at 7:10 a. m. and returning at 1: 25 p. la. and 9.05 p. m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 2 Train going North " " No. 26 " " South No. 25 " " " " No. 23 ...... 4pm pm a m a in pm II. Dalton bought of A. B. of Garrard, a bunch of yearling steers at .lie. Amos R., 2:09, Is said to the smallest pacer to get into the 2:10 list. Ho of an iuch short of 14 is B. one-quart- tall. e, ...12 37 ... 3 13 ...12 10 ,.. 1 27 nveraged 8(36. Roger E. Early purchased the stock farm of E. Z. Simmons, three miles of Lexington, on the Maysvillo turnpike, JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Kj. for 8100 an aero cash. P. P. Nunnclley bought in RockcasFRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. tle and Pulaski 20 cows and calves at VIA GEOKOLTOWN. an average of $25, a bunch of fat cows A. M a. m. and heifers at 3c and 30 steers at 3Jc. Ar 12 55 200 I.ve. Somerset, 85 820 " 1131 " Jet. City, 315 Poland China hogs, sold at an averSTANFORD, KY. 630 new love. He was divorced In New Every Man. Woman or Child who can reail 4 50 Arr Georgetown, Lv 9 85 will want to read It. 800 age of 8S0.1S at Lothrop, Mo., 53 at " 6 30 " Frankfort, 20 1155 a few weeks ago and a decree enCourier Journal Is n The o of 853.92, 54 at Ware, York 5 30 Marshall, Mo., 8 40 should not txarry again. Democratic paper, of l or eight pages, IsArr Paris 6;i0 and 55 at Kansas City, of tered that he 111., of 852.50 Dally except Sunday. Wednesday nndPaturday of each wev'k. Such decrees are only good in the State sued Wednesday Issue prints all the Clean C. D.HERCAW.G.P, .A. Tho 850.90. Louisville Ky., so Nat went News, and tliu'&iturdnv Issue prints Stories. in which they are Issued, The Woodford Sun reports sales of QUEEN & CRESCENT. got license and mar- MIsoellanv, Poetry, anil nil matters of soCleveland, O., cial Interest In the home. It Is edited by AMERICAN & EUROPEAN clover seed at $3.50 a bushel, 70 tons of to Trains pass Junction City as follows: his leading lady. Henry Watten-on- . of corn ried Maxlne Elliott, 3 51 p tu timothy hay at 810, 250 barrels 12 02 p m No. 2 North 1 South No. Mt. Vernon Signal prima this The 3 24 a m 12 irl am of No. 3 " "4 " 132pm at S1.50, hogs at 83.40 and a pair 1131am "6 " No. 5 " tilt? lltlCSt ill little romance: John Roberts, who PRICE Si.oo n YEAR. Tl. I n,i;,.a ll.wtntirntit 6 00 a m 8100. " ...... S 20 p m " 10 " No. 9 marc mules at You get 101 good paper, of tdx or eight i. oltw r.vnrv convenience for ladies lived In Illinois 23 years ago, had a No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further Brock & Railsback bought of Cas. tli city. than Junction City dream that he saw u small boy and a pages each, for 51 less than one cent a pa- sending the day in on olllco lloor. per Goff 100 hogs for delivery March 1st, at Guntlcmn'a Cafe place in a bug-irt- v woman drive up to his Useful premiums are given Club Kaisers, 3c; also 55 cattle, mostly plain cows, g commissions are allowed Tho noxt dav his wife died. Four- - and THOMAS A. MULLICAN, 21 to be delivered at the same time, at Royal makes the food pure, afterwards ho moved to agents. Malinger. Sfl.OO teen years I year Dally wholesome and delicious. cents. Winchester Democrat. S 00 - Tuesday, Tuursd.y nnd Sunday Kentuckv and while standing on Jerry Dallv and Sunday, 1 year Music 2.00 Steve Bailey has returned from a Evening. Brodhead, a buggy Smula alone, I jear trip to the mountains. While Frith's platform in small boy anu a huntinu L TWICB-WEEEd of good mlx- -' was driven up by a there he bought a woman was in the buggy. Mr. Roberts ed cattle at 3Jc. He bought since his AND TH immediately remembered his dream return 100 hogs at 3c Harrodsburg and remarked to a "The SEMKKLY : WtlWl : JOVMl, Democrat. Tim end of my dream is near; that woman is W. O. Alexander has sold to D. B. IJoth one year said: to be my wife." Tho "iui' s BESTEST Fox, of Danville, his'tfarm of 100 acres d'li "Why that's Miss Liza Ann Woodall." pike, two miles from on the Knob Lick ONLY don't FOR said Mr. Roberts, "I Shelby City,, for 84,000. Mr. A. bought "All right," PF.NETUATES We have made n special clubbing arrangeknow her, but that dream I had 14 'of Mr. Fox his residence in Danville k with the come true." And within mentand will eitil that paper Courier Jouryears ago will untl ours for nal, for $1,500. EIGHT GREAT STATES fulfilled. They were tho price named to all our subsCrllK'rs who from throe weeks it was T. B. Erabry writes as follows will renew and pavln mUttnce, or to nil new Vlrplnln. lioorgln. Toniic-wf"With cotton married. suWrllwrs who will pav In ndanco. Sam- KentucWv. Monticello, Florida, POWDER N'orth nml South (.'urnllim sent frvoon copies of ple Alnbumn, Mississippi LIBERTY, CASEY ICO, at 4 cents, mule trading is an upAbsolutely Pure application. All subscriptions under this offer must be hill business. I have disposed of 100 W. 1'. WALTON. Alonzo Grooms has sued James Piles sent to at low prices and still lower protlts." Stanford. Kv for 85,000 damages for slander. Richmond Register. spend this week poweca co., t york. Georgo Stono will rovai Btana The Hermitage, Tenn., collection, IlvtutH'ii IaiuIsvIHo nnd the South brood mares attending circuit court at Jamestown. made up of 34 stallions, Welby Murphy had a sale on the and youngsters, sold for an average of A. S. PRICE, 20th. He proposes to go West early In THREE DAILY TRAINS 8S05, the highest for an equal number Surgeon tho Spring. of trotters in any one consignment at Haclt nr botwoen Louisville und Lexington. Dentist, The public square Is receiving a W. A.TUUK. a.V A.. New York for several years. Suectttor rf tht " I'wiMilgtil " Wushluctoii. 1). O coat of gravel at the hands of JailI John Combs sold 120 cattle to Simon V H. TAYLOK. A.Is O.llle. AKy. Stanford, Ky. Tho Ono Great Standard Authority, Lou So urilrf lion. 1. J Weil for 4 cents. These wero stags er Tom Bell's boarders. have placed an Supremo (. tt. JutUcv U. a. Office orer Mcltoberts' Drui; Store In theKKiloT Humphrey k Adams and made the remarkable gain of 320 Ilnllding. Btuucliirtl Bartle & Son for lumber to of tho I", S. r.OT't Printing pounds in three months on co'tton seed order with Offlr. th V A Htiiruip Farmers Bank&Trnst Co store-rooCourt, all tins huun Mi meal and hulls and ensilage. John repair their ntrma Count. nilof aw- OK STANKOUD, KY. Ij Ml tn Bcnooiixx. B. PE2SnNTT, Hart also sold over 100 extra cattle for P.M. Scott has his mill machinery, some time which was injured by tiro Wnrnily from 4 to 4J cents. Ellzabethtown $200,000 CC Coiniucndcd Pali up Capital, ago, about ready to set up again. tiT lull. Siiprrlnirib.DM News. 17,603 SO Surplus, Scliool. oll'im lTml Clay Godbey bought of John Elliott The entire production of their young ilrnUi,aniloCirtiiKloii u auuoii wiiuoui numwr. re Hereford cattle for the next three 33 acres of land lying just across the charter, llr proil.loni ofre In ponton In..ljltori tonka, Invaluable by Aultman & Mc- - river for $1,500. J. B. Stone bought of Jr years has been sold fiillr nrotttI In th toti'1iM, and t frothe traclirr, .tiilnr, pen therein at Ilvane, of Cheyenno, Wyo., to Boyce A. Lipe of an acre lot on the North lr.tiuimi uibii, ami tbextntofthe amouulol theirto UkW amount In. H-: Stanford, : Ky. islurnlor. the just above thens.f, liia.l.lltlou Ot.ii i. hepar & Powell, of Texas, at an average price side of the Middleburg pike, It way act m I THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. Tetted In iuch harc Otfice on Lancaster street at Residence. a. fully aa an lu.llTl.iual. of $50. The ranch is said lo produce the church, for 8250. It l easy to Una the oru Xiamen. th.nk.'to the no TendeilnKOur Humphrey, of this counagMr. George cont nu. the pronunciation. It li easy to Htcertaln growth of a about S00 per year, making the sale ed their bu.lneM to u. we tru.t they "111 word. It lieay to trace the guarantee for ty, and Miss Anna Rlffe, of Lincoln, gregate 3120,000. In bank. It U easy to learn what a tAord meant. irleuc Wcdncs-.kv- . as TheLebanon Enterprise breaks forth were married at Middleburg Ing and aa liberal accommodation! aaare conaliUn Tho ltnleleti XewH M uttserver naytot banking. m frmrrly and lt.dlTl.lust rrfrrrncj with aound Our lr.th. Mr. Jesse Thell Rains in this optimistic way: With mules in nnothfrdilionarT.t"iatUrTtulnLtirrwiUj ouacrom, (Uhi good demand, horses increasing in Miss Dollie Barger, both of this county, f lulled tutr.Utloa fWrUtrr rpot valuable, and It w the to trirird Mt. Vernon; J.J. Wllllinn. U.Cumiuln,rrecher.TllI; . ron.MiT It tho tsmlrd n far utiijow W. price every day, all kinds of cattle sell- were married the same day. tllrtlouarr tiiouM Iss ao nrcrpUst. J. l'"r,eJr J. S Owrtey, Sr OUT TIIR BEST. 90 cents, man came in town Friday A young b. II. ShnuLa. ing unusually high, wheat at William Uooch, ' Drelm.! m.H nt on annllcitlon to corn at 40 cents, shelled oats, 30 cents, evenlnc and reported that a bear had .w.c&t.n O A C. MKUKTAM CO., PuUllahero, IfeSSiT' njtrinnneiu, .uii.sj... t .o.. sheaf oats 82 per hundred, hay, tim- chased a boy on Brush creek. A bear J. N. Ifnefee. orriCBR. othy, 65 cents per hundred, clover, 55 was killed in Wayne county recently S. II. Shank. President, been J, II. Owley Cashier; cents, an open winter and good pros- and two were reported to have W. M. !lrlht Taller Some Plain Facts. pects for wheat, with the farmer well seen in Rus?ell county about the same advanced with his work, there is cer- time. Miss Mary Goggln, of Somerset, Is Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of NATIONAL BANK tainly little to complain of at this time. visiting Mrs. Lafayette Sharp. Judge greater or less degree, arise from lack FIRST same city, spent OK JjTANKOUP, KY. Denton, of ! ST A NFORD SCHOOL GROU N DS. Jamesor four days the last week. Ma- of knowledge of the truth, and more here three Surplus, S15.750 Capital Stock $100,000. It is a shame to permit the six or sev- rion Humphrey was in Somerset last frequently from deception. Ami Dca'er in The most infamous case on record Attention of the public I. called to th fuel that en acres of land that people paid 81,800 week on business. Harry Rains has tinthliU the only .National Hank In btaiiford. as they have been for charge of the Exchange Hotel otllco of deception and injustice is the at- der tho prollou. ol tho, National jr, to EAtltT3:3. SADDLEBY, &C. flivo or be treated About 40 trees were capital .lock, areaecured not only by the six years. now. tempt to demonetize silver as a money deWltora .tockliuMw' liability ...r an amount but by tho STANFORD. KY. An old bachelor around town, ("any o that dcpulor oft hUli.Mltu. sat out, and as soon as they began to of final redemption in the United Sin ir the stock o Mud ol sjlu.uuo. In. .worn by give shade, the trustees rented out the old" bachelor will do.) is in tho habit the Hank are made ata tcuieiiU ol the ct.ii.lltlo and 1U wchywir to tho UHed .States UoTcrnmenteminent grounds for pasture for a few paltry of singing "Ben Bolt" and posing as States. by K. J TOtwTfMTfnJj&T!?T!tf .luted There is no learned judge, skilled asc . are examined ataddllloualtime pertect lali't. surviving party to a desperand dollars that have never been collected tho only Benta, thus MturloK Horses, ate loyo match. He fondly fancies that lawyer, or court of justice that is '"lhK hiaiuilliiii originally e.tabll.hed as the IV so far as the public knows. then reorganized as cattle and hogs have destroyed all but somebody will think that at some time capable of reconciling the effort with no.lt to ik Stanford In of Stanford In 1MB a..daBa n angel-face- d maiTHE POPULAR 10 or 12 of the 40 trees, and some of the or other there was an "tbtittbti the constitutional laws that govern leorMiilM--has a. tho Klrst Nathuwl Hank of Stanforde had practically an uninterrupted w In Wi, few remaining ones are so badly injur- den who "wept with delight when he the issue of money in this country. now -fur .tt year.. It Is better supplli.l " oW and smile," and so forth. Well, trainuillnx bu.lneM promptlyhonorable lacllltie ed that they too, will soon be gone. gave her a t.TTJT and The people have been deceived, erallY than er M.irolii lt long fiduciaries, firm, What encouragement is there for the nobody thinks any thing of the sort, wr. Amuiiita "I Individual, adminis- atd Individuals solicited. , !4 lf fit tft fkfhfbih It1tJ 4? pupils to plant trees and shrubs on and wo are tired of his racket. If he officials in power, chosen to UIHECTOHS 2 4f jti$r4f Jr4f these grounds when Aruor day comes, will sing and must sing Ben Bolt, ho ter justice under the laws, have V. Held, Lincoln Ol, J. )' Hayden, Stanford :4t4f running ignored their sworn duty, and given S.T. Harris, T4flftiftfs,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,n',mMsi4t " Kmuhiuan, ' if the trustees persist in rcntinir the shall sing a revised edition, ' this, which describes aid to the scheme that has paralyzed J.S. Hocker, " " . A. lrlhble, fV S.A. school campus for pasture ? Hogs root somewhat like W. 1". Walton up the sod, cattle lie around the build- beyond a doubt the true inwardness of industrv. reduced nronertv values J.II.Colller.frahOrchM M.J. Miller, Mt.ernon. & M Jm M, D.Kluiori', blanfonl. ing and make the ground llltby, horn his case: orricaav and beggared millions. J. J Mcltobert. the trees, and horses gnaw the bark. rw.'. vmi mmember Sweet Alice Ben J. S Hocker, President: .AMltantCashler. CaihU , A.'A McKlniiey, Bolt ? There is no authority of law, either stp The hydrant Is in a pool of mud nnd Sweet Alice, whose eyes were so specific or by inference, by which water, made filthy by hogs wallowing brown. there. If these grounds were never Who smiled with delight while you gold alone is made the only mongyi I wanted to fight, 'rented, in a few years they would bewith which to discharge debts, either Of1 1 And cared not a Jig for your frown. come an ornament, and a lovely place The effort to i a small, neat house In the village, public or private. for the use of pupils. That is the only In Ben Bolt, make it so is unconstitutional and a N use that should ever be made of them. i With a husband she fairly adores.vil' national calamity. scrub of the should govern themselves With the booby-face- d The trustees NASHVILLE, TENN. lage sho lives, Plain and ample information, facts, Patron. niordingly. I His love she liked better than yours. and truth, concerning this almost suc;; OPPICrAT.t.Y KKrRHSENTS 1 I i The only parallel of the Maine disas- Ye, you remember Sweet Alice Ben scheme to corner the wealth United Confederate Veterans, cessful ST ter In American otFwww! C. HIAXK J.JU.FD, k. disaster from thenaval history is the That lookBolt,your faco tolls mo so. of the people, is now being printed on 1. A.. In Samoa '.I...... ..... tblcutfo hurricane Daughters of the Confederacy . OWWWWS K.H.11ACON-Erf in 18S9, when four olllcers and 50 men The shako in your voice and tho grey in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a news- United The Sons, and other Organizations, in your hair tHiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiir i a wjre lost. fnf.n tt ilim.i.ifi vrm en. paper which the combined power of A Georgia paper tells of the funeral While you were tho swell of the vil- money has failed to muzzle or buy. SUtnsi. Tw. Samplet, Four lage, Ben Bolt, of a man, whose remains wero "followThe Weekly Enquirer is only 75c. queer game of You forgot in tho S. A. CUNNINGHAM. ! btttlt rlf4?t!f tit4r 4t 4t tlf ed to the grave by 57 grandchildren, 83 a year. The address is Spkcia- - RuJCTtox la Club wltli thLi Paoct and That while Cupid is old in the use of Enquire? Company, Cincinnati, O. who deplore his untimetho bow, T tip tip Tv JJ TfT Tl vp $. If? Tif ly death." with his darts. He's reckless at times .AA.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.AA.A.A.A. RO'JGU TICKETS SOLD. UAC.GAGE CHECKED THKOUGH. For any Information enquire ol ForalllPoIuts. hands. J. W. Jones, of Smith's Grove, sold They wero three 23 mules in Atlanta. 15 hands high, and and four-year-old- s, Louisville. The engagement of Miss Jennie Bowmar, of Versailles, sister of Messrs. Atchison and Dan Bowmar, of the Woodford Sun, to Mr. Roy Rlcketts, of Chicago, Is announced for after Easter. President and Mrs. John Augustus Williams, better known throughout the county than any other married couple, celebrated their golden wedding last Tuesday. Harrodsburg Say- ill ITS Lucas McWilllams, aged 15, secured license to marry Miss Sarah Warren, also 15, both residing In the Western Printing is portion of the county. The boy looked If Twice-a-Wee- k ns if tho troubles of the future would not bother him and left for the scene all Courier clournal smiles. Somerset RcpoYter. it. Nat Goodwill, the actor, is hardly off Will he was on with the And Every Democrat. Every llcpubllcnti. with the old, before Owing to A for C. k O. Playtho increased demand Ont you tSlmvca nnd Haircuts ut ing Cards, tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ky. llarbvr Shop. He I tlio sllekoit and 01 Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 best Imrbor In ("nil) Orolinrtl. Kv. decks which are now on sale at tho Boar. Phumlx Hotel ticket olllco In Lexing deck, three decks s ton, at 15 cents per seud and 100 bushels stripped China !oar for for 40 cents, or $1.60 por dozen. These extra Poland CAIU'ENTEU, sale Mlllcdgovlllo. A. W. cards are 50 cent quality and will bo sent by mall to any address on receipt clc of above price with four cents per deck $1.60 IIOUNII TO SELL. for postuge. Persons remitting All thosoOlixer Plows, for one dozen lots will have thorn sent All those. Clover Seed. prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. All those Peed Sowers, All thoso Harness, Parties contemplating encbro or whist All thoso Steel Kanges, clubs should not miss this opportunity All thoso pH)d, cheap suites of ritrnlturo, All you iH'oplo rememlKT tne. to lay In a stock of lino cards at such I) S. CAKPKNTKIt, llustonvlllo. low rates. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., C. iS: O., Lexington, Ky. mm Tho dnrk ages were from the sixth to the 14th century. It Is asserted in New York that coffee Dealer In. will go down to 2 cents before the war on the Arbuekles ends. O. it O. Playino Cakos. Word To You. and ROI1ERT FISH, , HlnUo-moro- 's Bluc-CrassSo- od ready to shave and hntrctit. All give you it needing work should call on him. Ho Is sure to plenso you. ('rub Orchard, Ky. OS htoro-room Tho crack barlwr. Is now stand In Mrs. I.gbert llrst-elass b.vck at his old blue-gras- Jones, TINNING J. T. Dars Trouble In Lan'. & PLUMBING, STANFORD. ICY., It no'.v prcpiired to do nil kinds uf Plumbing nnd Tinning. Sole proprietor of Down's lllnck Dlnnioml Itoof Paint. Telephone No 'JO, rvuldence Shop on Mill St.. oppiite J. II. llaiiKlimiin &Co.S Mill .Mt NOEL66SON, -- A. C. SINE, Coal, Corn And Hay, Donlern In- - Order Olllce iind lVoil r.xrlintiRu neitr Hall mad Cnvwltie. Depot St., Stiinford, Kv. J II. I!l!i;lii' Coul Yard, Mill St . liitel Stniid. bntlsfartlon tlunruiiteeil. Jan. 1 the it Worth LUMBER Opportunity of Your Life llesldenre nml atook of wheat nnd rorn for ale Mill running full time nnd iIUmhIii of entire out put at The plant should be antlsfaetorv price neon to Ihi "niiprvciittetl. Will Itejaold ut a bnrgnlii, III health force mo to oult the milling business. Term easv. full on or Mill with Elevator, flue A flrt-cla- SO Imrrel llourlnc Print k AND DOORS, twloe-a-wee- adilre. O LOUISiZILLE' HOTEL C. VANAltSDAI.K. llutonllle. Ky. FIRE IHSURHNGB 1 1 i Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. good-pajln- Courier-Journa- l. mi car-loa- K COURIER-JOURNA- Soutnein Railway Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUNDUD 1BOO. er $2,50. R.B.MAHONY.Agt., bTASrtmn, K. Twice-a-Wee- J. T. SUTTON. Unclortalcor, - . Courier-Journ- al Hustonvillo. and Kontucky ., Through Sleeping Cars ttsalwarson hand. plr of West Unroln Offers his srTlcrs to the nil Hock ol Ufflnsand Cask. Ca- -y cuuntle. I). 8. Carpeuler. Manager. 10-in- ch Webster's International; Dictionary l!r-w- r, T. L. SHELTON, KOWLANI), KV ilus Gone Buck into the Coal Business. .Mil-CAnd will keep constantly on hand tne I'nll Hnuicli and other Us,t Coal and ask the patronage of the public friend who want Coal can leave order with J. II. lllRgln. which will "l?1),.r,,2J,1lJ,t' o. a'' tcntlon, . DE. W. , . Mason Hotel MRS. U. D.SIMPSON, Pror.. I , IiucaHtcr, meet trains : Kentucky. Newlj (urnlslicil, clean beds; BplcnJed Porters tabic EverTlhinK 69 first-cla- J.C.JtfcCkAY "' H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., Is Receiving lii Fall And Winter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Jonn II. TJ2TDESB.TAKER Castlkmak. . O. Lamuam. ........................ INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. I tl , ( !, exist-encI BHRBBE & CaSTLEMStl MANAl.lUs, im Wt 1 Oomnicrco JBuilding, Loui3villo Agents Thruughuut tho uuth. itfr itlt V7. A.. TB.IBBL3E. -- local Agi'iit, '- I I one-hal- f, Stanford, - Kentucky, r.t Vf J 4 rrM jn WmW lV, I mGwxmwm 24 HOURS Tho Florhln & New Orleans lduiitctl the Quoon & thiotigli to.fnckBouvilleniul RoutO runla 21 hours from Oincinnn- New Orleans ti. Thcfco fast (rains arc of the finest typo, luxuriously fitted, nml limning on n perfect Winter Tourist Low rouml-tritickets on Bale throughout tho North. An eU'L'iuit bcrvieoof Cafo, Parlor, nml Observuiion Cars on these trains. Double daily train service. tm'uiH of Vetemn Two-Ce- Croscont m. road-bet- l, p 3 ;tbJ'i"J5"J': kA. 4tlf , great-grandchildr- llgreat-great-grundchlldre- u, BOTH 1YGKR, $2,60 Write for Inf ruiatlon to V. C. lUnearbon, Gcn'l Pnss'r Ag't. Cincinnati, O. Send 10 cents for lino Art colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka-maug- a. ,,.,.,