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Kvuiis has begun a splcn. did subscription school at Edonton, Madison county t James Floyd, colored, was lodged In jail charged with attempting an assault on a colored woman at Davlstown. Jailer David Ross has taken possession ami proposes to take day boarders, as he Inn but few prisoners, and docs not want to keep hotel without a rcglt-teas rome do In this city. Elder George Gowen returned from Chicago and lilted his pulpit Sunday. Miss May Hughes has returned from Louisville and announce- that tho orchestra will meet at Mr. J. W. Miller's on Tuesday night for practice. An appreciative audience heard Mr. Carl Uorrman on Thursday night, and Messrs. Louis Liuidram and J. M. Far-rwho had charge of tho alfair, realized enough to pay about of the amount required to buy tho Iristru' merit for tho Lancaster Orchestra. On Saturday a warrant was Issued against Prof. R. W, Fletcher, colored, a teacher and jollttclan charging him with tho paternity of a child, born to Emma Johnson, a colored girl, who once attended his school. Tho day for (lis trial Is not llxed. It Is r, a, one-fourt- Jun.7. You cuii' i lull much about a man ttll he's t"year oltlf nor about a borno till he's Id year old, utul In tho gntne way you uiin't form much of an estimate of a Kentucky u Letflnlattire until about the tVUh tiny In the evening. Hut by lt bruuillni; form I should euy that the Legislature Is a very pood prcMiiit body. It Is eomK)sed of yotinir men and who are full of energy and who look upon the bright aide of life. I never could make much headway with thosi old fellows who havo had their day. Give me the young mou with hot blood In theli veins and u good digestion to wal, upon n robust appetite. There are fewer cranks In this body than lu any that has assembled In s 'Frankfort In the lint two enough to Kvun Hill Lyons had feel himself out of plaee here and he only staid a couple of days. He set up his mouth at various pi eminent points about the Capita! and started It to talk ing and then went oil to wateh tho results, but nobody dropped anything In tho slot and to "Windy Hill" wont back to Washington where Hill Deboc resistors from Kentucky, alas It is useless to forecast what is going to bo done. Several things and several fellows will be "done" before the LegFltAN'KPOIiT. lejrlt-lutlv1 wouldn't let htm go. It Is wonderful what an Influence a wife can exert on certain occasions, when she has no Influence nt othci times. An application had never been made for guards since these gates were replaced. It U thought that they will bo rebuilt and toll will be taken as before. Citizens on tho road say that the raiders came from the direction of Danvlllo. THE LEGISLATURE. Tho caucus for librarian will bo held t. A HOT TIME We art--- ho RELIGIOUS Rev. J. 13. Crouch has been nrsloting Rev. W. R. Davidson, of MoKinney, in aepletulid meeting nt Eubank. Dr. John Hall has resigned the pase Presbytetorate of the rian church, Niw York, after 43 years Fifth-Avenu- service. $100,000 life-time- h well-know- n ! that Fletcher charge. denies the Har-bourvlll- e. islature adjourns. Several candidates uncial olllcos will be dono with K)lltles and If I am not much mistaken, tho democratic Suite ticket for ISO!) will be mado up. Tho brightest young men of the democratic party are In this Legislature and they know their bui-noGoebel and Hronston and Hock-haand Giles pie and Jolly and Shanks and l'ulllam and Macquot and Orr and more names than I can cram Into a little bulletin like this, are coming to the front. They will bo the coming men of affairs and you may put their names down for future reference. Jfoxt week will witness the start of the real work and uobodv knows what It will be, but everybody knows that the leadurrt are shrewd and nggrowdve and they will not uhase any rainbow. for s. m Capt. Mike Salter returned from Wayne county and loft again for T. H. Robinson wont to Frankfort on Friday. Capf W.J.Klnnalrd and U. M. Pattei-Bohavo recovered sulllclontly todrlveout. S. I) Hothwoll has moved to his now and hundfome residence on York street, and Miss Sallle Tlllett has taken ir Wai.tkk MIDPLUHUKG. charge of the Lancaster Hotel. Tho democrat- - In this county heartily concur with the Louisville Post in recommending the Horn R. C. Warren for attorney guneral. Ho is honest, worthy, altogether capable and, above all, a true and consistent democrat. The same iwer speaks truthfully when It eiijs that my Senator, Hon. Goo. T. Fnrrte, will make a record for himself. U hud a very good picture of him. tho only fault being in showing hair on his IXVU'. William Cullen Hryantloftyuslerday f jr Indianapolis. School opened up In attendance morning with about gone to Nashville, Telllus Gann ha whure he hopos to And employment by the aid of his undo. The MlddluburgTraoe Fork pike entering this place has recently been treated to a cout of gravel which wa b.idlv needed. It..v. J. M. I'. Llmer has been hold ing a series of meetings at tho Turkey at J. W I. Monday Some miscreants entered the Mr. Miller mid took with them sup, leaving the preserves and other fruits. The old man will ter preached at the Haptlst church ntchl. Knob sohool-hous- e. Kev. W. 12. Fos- Sun-di- v cave o' his cat- various "catch- up" with them. Friday presented a phonoiulna to your scribe and others. There was a dense fog until noon and all at once the fog disappeared; old Sol appeared and tho oldest inhabitant Miy they never such a day. F.vory other family here sounis to have taken the "move" fever. W. 1 s Wesley had moved to his moved In the up tho river. John l'aul house vacated by Wosley. Michael Taylor bought out Prof. J. II. Allen and the professor has gone to Somer-st- t, whore he will probably go Into tho drug business. Milton Jonoa has moved Into the house vacated by Taylor. Thos, Moran has moved to the Coulter place and Mr. Perry Wesley and wife havo rented tho Moran property. Mose Heli and Joshua William havo moved to North Mlddloburg nnd 12. A. Wesley has moved to Carpenter's Creok nnd we have a Btraight tip that tho new (superintendent will move to our town. W. T. Coulter was to have moved back yesterday to his old place in North Mldbefore wltnoss-cfatbor-In-law'- Frank Harduiek wns taken beforu Judge Hnnislde on Thursday charged with sttduclng Ml? Minnie Humphrey, under 21 yuai'Mif age, on a promise to marry. He consulted an attorney and llnally proKsod to marry, if the girl was willing. She was summoned to town to marry him or to testify ngalrint him as she cIiomi. She preferred to marry, wiiuniM)u tho judge remitted his costs und united them In marriage, lhu settling all questions of law and 'dropping tho ca-- o from the records of the court. On Sunday morning at daylight, the dead body of Rev. E. Richie, a prominent colored minister, was found near the dcjwt, about 150 yards from his house, with pants and overcoat on, but the feet wore bare. It Is said that ho had sullerod for a time of throat troubles and that he was often delirious. Ho Ifad left the house about 4 o'clock and the neighbors soon began searching for him, with the results above stated. Coroner Groenlcaf will hold an Inquest to-da- Sisters of Charity are to a intirmury at Nashville. The mansion of Judge J. M. Dickinson has been purchuned for the purpose. It is stated that the Mormons have 1,400 missionaries and that they arc pushing their work among the Ignorant with great energy, nnd they are bound to guln political control of Utah. Eld. Gcorire Gowen, of this city, has accepted the position of literary editor of the Christian Guide, a paper published In Louisville. Tho work will not conflict with his pastoral duties. Lancaster Record. The Rev. Isaac M. Yonan, who ouce lectured here, and a native of Persia, has received n letter from his home to the effect that his father, brother and little uhlld were recently attacked by Mohammedans. The brother was Instantly killed, bulng cut to pieces, and man, a female physician, also of Louthe father and child were thrown Into isville, will go In as third assistant at tho Lexington asylum. prison. Gov. Bradley has sent the appointThe story of the Kentucky governor Desha) who pardoned his ?on who had ments of the following commissioners u committed a homicide, und then re- of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Newoll, of to the Senate: S. A. signed familiar to nil Kontuckluti:, but It is not known generally that the Somerset: Boyle O. Rodos, of Danville: son, who thuti disappeared, is now the P. M. MoRoberts. ol Stanford. There are nine commissioners In all, but only ino.--t eloquent preacher in the Hawai. ian IalatuU. H knows the native lan- three are to be upoinicd thi-- year. guage perfectly, and his greatest ser- The governor nlsosont in the following mons are preached In tu Owensboro recess apolnlments for trustees of tho Mrs. Nellie G Schools of Reform: Messenger. Cheatham, of Louisville, and W. P. Eld. F. W. Allen preached two splendid sermons Sunday, in the morning at Walton, six years each: Mrs. Louise E. the Christian church and at night in Yandoll, of Louisville, and B. T. Conthe union service at the Presbyterian way, of Lebanon, four years ouch and church The subject of the morning Miss Sophia A. Charles, of Lexington, dlncourse was "The True Philosophy and Dan II. Howard, of Lebanon, two of Life" basud on Mark, 15:25 and at vours each. night on "Uoneoloiice," text Rom. 15: cost. The To Dan-vill- At ate committee on judlclury. A bill has been presented In the House to prohibit the sale of ernb elder In local option localities. Hon. J. Morgon Chlnn In chairman Kino line of of the committee to decide Rev. BerShirts, Neckwear. Shoes tram's contest for the seat from Wayne and Underwear. and Clinton. The committee stands We save you money. Call nnd see us. !i to 2 democratic. Senntor Hays introduced his litll proMEKCHANT TAILOKS. viding that convicts sentenced for no more than two years and all of tho minor criminals work on the roads of the counties from which they came. 1. L. ritOHMAN & Co., Danville. Ky. .A resolution by Mr. Weatherford prohibits smoking In the Hoaso at all times, aud one by Mr. Mclonti prohibits tho "llttterlng" of desks of members by bill posters and advertisements of too enterprising merchants. The Louisville Commercial says that rzvzjfikj. Senator Furris will lead the fight I am now prep ned to make kind of Picture Kramer to order from tho Cheapest to against the confirmation of Dr. Wiley tho Most Expensive. All workall done Promptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry as asylum superintendent, one of the the Largest and Most Complete line of grounds being that Wiley went to his Shades, Paints, Oils, Jar home at Harrodsbnrg on election day Wall Paper. Window worked aud voted for the republi and nishes Brushes X Window Glass can ticket. Iland-om- e line of Kino I'ICTUIIES for tho Holiday-"- . Call aud ee Gov. Bradley will aupolnt Dr. John In Central Kentucky. L. Long superintendent of tho Institution for feeble minded children, vice No. 300 Main Street, Danvlllo, Kv. Huff, resigned, and Dr. Louise Berg- The Legislature was too patriotic to work on Jackson's day, so It adjourned from Friday until Monday. Senator C. J. Bronston. of Lexlng. ion, is smiou lor enntrman oi the Sen- In Danville filing our line lino of SUITS HND OUERCOHTS Rurr)r)Q Prices The Globe PICTUB E FRAMES. -- A. E. GIBBONS, T5-2- m CfyUQ Ha POCKET the Cheapest Line of Ledgers, Memo. And Day Books, In the clt , Prescriptions Filled Night or Day. Phone 13. 1U nnd Mutt. 5:1b. Mr. Allen Is closely related to the distinguished James Lane Allen and also to Eld. James L. Allen, the Danville minister and teacher. All who heard him were greatly pleased. The most remarkable demonstration in the history of Christian Science was L'iven In Boston Sunduy. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, has Increased its membership in 12 months by :i,b00. ThWo were admitted at the beginning of last July more than 1,100 and 2.400 more joined Sunday. 2 Cincinnati Commercial Guzotto (weekly edition of the Commercial Tribune) offers to pay the entire expenses for a term of instruction in College for any poor young man or woman who Is unable to defray expenses getting an education. Write a postal card for a copy of the weekly edition of the paper and find a full explanation of the plan. This Is one of tho boldest strokes of modern journalistic enterprise. three-months' Collkuk Without 1 AFTER CHRISTMAS PRICES ON COAL. We have 40 cars Coal of all varieties in our yards and are going to sell it during January, 1S9S. If vou want a bargain give us a trial and we will furnish you any kind j'ou want at a price Only one bargain that will be an eye-open- I I ll ill t 1 V s : I (ft er. to each customer. m i X m Monday. dloburg. An exchange says a llttlo girl named Mary wont to a boarding school and boon dropped a letter from her name making It May. Last year she inurrled nnd still another letter was clipped. She Is Ma now. Jamea Marshall first discovered gold In California on January 21, 1813, and tho 50th anniversary of the event will bo eolobrated throughout tho Stato. Tho longest canal in the world Is In Russia. Itextcuds from St. Petersburg to tho frontier of China, and measures nearly 4,500 miles. The Coudorsport, Pa., clothes pin factory has received an order for 10 carloads of clothes pins. This will take 80,000 feet of beech logs. Sam Jones says they are cutting dresses so low for the ball room aud so high for tho bicycle that God only tho that ho would bo beatknows whore It will end. Bishop Potter Is out In a strong art!- - en with many stripes If he collected olo favoring tho readoptlonof tho whip- any more toll. I asked Mr. Ball why ping poat law and It has created qulto a ho didn't go out to seo them. He said that ho started out and his wife tensation. toll-houstoll-gates, gatc-keopo- Sherlll Sanders. Deputy Ward mid Circuit Clerk J. W. Hamilton have entered upon their duties In earnest and are very prompt and attentive. I had occasion to call at tho olllcos of Supt. Miss Elixa Lusk and County Attorney Letcher Owsley and I found tho.n both qulto busy and their otllces are so neat and attractive, with beautiful pictures, tine curtains and carpeting, that I involuntarily lifted my old hat and hid my cob pipe, something unusual In entering other otllces in this city. I call, ed at Mr. Owsley's otlloo tirst and he carried my card to MLs Lusk on a silver waiter, tho otllces being on the same Moor, and the janitor being absont at that time. This is a now and d departure in here. Mr. R. L. Elkln has gone to Louisville to attend tho fowl show, taking u few of his tine chickens with him. On Friday tho llscal court bought the 10 miles of tho Loxlngton, Nicholas-vlll& Lancaster turnpike, lying In Garrard county, Including and half the bridges, for 814,000. If bonds are authorized In November they pay cash, If not, annunl payments, bearing 4 per cent interest, will bo made out of u levy of 25 cents on eah 4100 of property. Tho court will meet again on Wednesday when It is hoped that otlier roaus will bo bought. It might bo hotter to sell, as tho raider law may be ropculed, und then tho owners of tho roads could not atlord to pay guards. About 25 raiders tore down and destroyed tho two near town at tho junction of the old and tho new Danvlllo roads on Saturday night. Thoy loft a noto telling Air. Geo. Ball, much-needeotllce-keepln- g o r, After dipping his pen in wormwood and gall, Editor O'Sulllvau, of the Louisville Critic, writes of Mayor Weaver: lie is no more mayor of Louisville than is the last waif and stray left at the door of the Home of tho Innocents. He is a perfect "Beetle's Baby," the Morgnntleld was struck Sunday after- plaything of the camp, a fat, vacant-eyespineless creature, who h given noon by a cyclone, which destroyed of Mellln's food every mornthe city hall aud the store of Mart & a belly-fuBro., and damaged several other build-lug- ing nnd who Is practically sleeping his the losses on all amounting to guileless life away. II. B. Sellars, who $30,000. A Kentueklun who had moved from was writing a letter In tho city hull place to place and at last lauded in when tho cyclone struck the building, Western Texas, was asked if ho liked was killed. pluco. Ho answered: "There was On account of an alleged ease of tho once a man who moved from Kentucky small-poin the Negro section at tho ArizoCross oro mines, Cumberland Gap, to Nebraska, from Nebrasku to na, from Arizona to Texas and then he Tenn., the white miners have driven hell, but tho change all the Negro employes away from the died und went to was so gradual he never noticed it." works. Two men attempted to rob a passenA Graves county farmer accidentally ger on an Illinois Central train near shot and killed himself while hunting East St. Louis. In the struggle which quail, In violation of tho law which ensued one was pitched from tho train makes January 1 the beginning of tho and killed. close season. If all good laws were A bridge over the Cubahutchlo rivpeowhat a er, 21 miles east of Montgomery, Ala., ple we would be. Louisville. Times. mi gave wuy under a train Sunduy. Twen John Rockfeller, who was born In ty persons were Injured, but only two England In 1792, Is allvo and In splenseriously. Pennsylvania Railroad Company did health at Evansvllle, Ind. Ho vot-6- d Tho for Henry Clay in 1824, was a warm has contracted for 100,000 tons of now steel rails at $1S a ton. I is said other supporter of Mr. Bryan in 1800 and says ho intends to vote for him in 1000. 0 railroads have placed orders for The total membership Is about 10,000, and It is said to be the largest Individ ual church in the United States of any denomination. Every seat was full Sunday aud 400 had to stand up during the services. d, v .HI . 11 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO ft V ll TO YOU If you owe tho firr of Farris & ! Once. s, Mai-Hhal- l mm m Ilnnlin Yqu must Settle Your fleet, at We ilon't like to sue anil as as an especial favor that you x Dor)ft Force Us Tp Sue You Come up and Pay Like n Man. MARK HARDIN, - STANFORD. W EH AVE A law-abidi- lop For That Buckboard Have it nut on wlillo the weather Is bad. Of Your: U 110,-00- tons. A dispatch from Wilmington, Del., A claim for $74,000 has been filed New Orleans by says that a son of Henry Clay, by u ngulnst tho city of Frenchmen who were detained there servant girl with whom the great comby quarantine during tho yellow fever moner became enumorcd, died there 6f paresis in tho Homo of the Insane. scare. m Near Falmouth, James Kelley and Seventy-fou- r million pounds of sec his little daughter, en route home from s were deposited in church In a buggy, were drowned while the New York postotllce during past trying to cross a swollen stream. year. The net earnings of the otllco Edwin Simpson, paroled from tho last year were Sl.ltOO.OOO. N. Y., reformatory, shot and killed Frank Beckwlth, a night watchTho Fleming county grand jury Inman, at Walton, N. Y. dicted a turnpike company for setting e in less than a mile of Ohio capitalists have leased 15,000 up a Jelllco and will Flomlngsburg. Tho distance less than of land around a mllo was four feet by absolute meos-ursink oil wells. Mrs. Jesslo Mulligan, a pretty wld Tom Cyrns was hanged at Atlauta ow, is a brukeraan on the Northern Pafor murdering his mistress. cific railroad. ond-clasmail-matte- r El-mir- B. K. WEAKEN H. 8. RUPLEY, St SON. ft u, toll-gat- HPK MEMHANT -- TAILOR- - s Is Receiving his- - o. FALL AND " Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give him a Call! WINTER GOODS. -I )piprv - 3Sfly.i.t.yinya ir--- r 6m. The Indictment of Clonk-Roo- m Keep THE INTERIOR JOURNAL';; --: -J- STANFORD. Ky., an-. II. 1S98 W. P. WALTON. " , '1- - ;.i "4ifc . It n "& & I (t ! i It US' r. it! ' t cr r i 7 :S I-- ' tti I 'ft ft The drug tlrrasof Arthur Peter & lo weeks yet for you to wenr winter good Co., and the Samuel Bauer Drug Co., and St will he best to buy will c we ae aphavo combined. plying tho knife. Percy Kelscy exploded The To clean out Gapes nnd Jacket we her boilers near Pittsburg. Six of tho havo cut the price to f. crew were killed. 110 Jackets for iH Thomas Elliott, of Trigg county, ate ajc. sS JnckctH for 4 four dozen bananas on a wager and Lyon ,t Allen sold to .Judgo W. M. JS Capes for f4 came neur dying. Myers 25 cattle at 4c nnd IS 15 Capes for s'J 50 Jeff Bayless, whlto, aged 10, stabb cd hero yesterday ut 821.25. The hitter 15 child's Jacket nt 12 60 Will Jefferson, colored, aged 11, to were plain yearling cattle. They 13.50 child's Jacket nt J2 Ac. bought a lot at 2 to 2.(10. death at Knoxvllle. Substantial values in ladies knit underFrank Jones, of Laporte, Ind., drank Montio Fox bought of B. F. Robinwear. Vests nt 15c, 20c, 25c, nnd 40c a quart of whisky in 20 minutes nnd son yesterday u of 1,400 cattlo worth doub'o the amount. Children' died in a few hours. d at 4.110 and of Jnko Huguely a union nits 24c Sepcrnlo vest and p.mts John Aiken, of Freeport. 111., broke at 41c. Mr. Fox bought last week of at 20c per suit. one of his legs as he was getting up various partle? 275 exporters, averag ing l.:i75. ut to 4..'15. from family prayers. been. A" CUT IN HOSIERY The proposition to print the pensibn The steamship Pelican, which left Morris J. Furris on yesterday bought list has even in Itself had the effect of After telling that W. M. Foley will Port Townsend for Japan, with 45 souls 10 shares of Boyle Bank stock ut $155 40c cnisinicre hose nt 25c making one fellow throw up his pen- bo hanged at Liberty, Mo., for themur- - on board, Is 45 days overdue. 25c enimcru at 15c with tho dividends off. Mrs. M. E. Farsion. He is a Mlchlgander and knew der of his mother and sister, the JessaFleece lined nt 15c and 20c per pair. Wnddlngton shot and killed ley, widow of tho lute Peter Farley, Charles that his friend? knew that he had no mine Journal conveys tho pleasant in- - Parks Wilson, ns tho result of nn old died this morning In the (Kid year of Blankets that Hold at J5 go now at 3.50 earthly right to live off the bounty of formation that tho condemned Is rela-th- e grudge, at Gracey, this State. Hlnukcts that sold at 3.50 go now at 1 2.50 her age. Advocate. Nearly all the lead-- J ted to the Foleys of that section. This government. Blankets thnt sold at f 1.50 go now at 00c N. I. Buster sold to Monte Fox a William T. Buckley, a rich New ing papers are making wa on the loose ' out Craddock's Craddock. Comfoit that were sold nt 75c, 1 and Yorker, killed himself because he had good bunch of 01 fat cattlo at 4.40, to manner In which pensions are granted 1. 75 nt earlier part of oeason go now nt old firm. go at once. Sam Thomas, of Faulconcr, been dropped from his and the result will, let us hope, havc POLITICS 50c, 75c und 1, r.H!Ctivcly. Tom Rivers, a horse thief, incendiary sold to Southern parlies, 2(5 cotton the effect of quickening tho consciences Lidiua' dress goohs nre receiving thin desperado, was shot to mules at $(i0. Tho date of tho Fauland A poll shows 105 to 110 republicans of those who wnnt to rob tho treasury big cut. Men and boy's clothing were concr sale has been changed to Feb. 2, death by a mob near Adrain, Ga. to a real- in favor of modifying the civil service and bringing the s of the tin plate li and 4. Advocrte. njver before knifed ns they arc now. You More than ization of the way the people are being law. can almost get consumed in this country last year wns F. Reld weighed on Friday to Monte The Hon. J. II. Reagan has formally robbed under the system. Fox .'15 feeding cattle, 1,255 (rounds avwithdrawn from the race for United manufactured In tho United States. A SUIT FOR A SONG of assaulting erage, at 4c. These cattle weighed Two Indians accused Dr. Eaton publishes in the Baptist States in Texas. Call and see murdering a woman, were burned jK)iinds Nov. 1st and were fed cut Congressman Brewer, of Michigan, nnd Recorder tho correspondence between sorghum nnd shredded fodder, with n at the stake near Fort Smith, Ark. him and Dr. Whltsitt with reference to has been tendered a position on the Dennis Ealy, formerly an engineer little grain under shelter. a copy of the list of matriculates of civil service reform commission, fc N., was assassinated in his T I) KVNKY, Manager Joseph Stlers, of Nemaha county, e on tho L. Butler Mnhone, son of the late sena-thwhich the Theological Seminnry, Kan , sold 12 steers at Kansas City thut latter declined to furnish, that tor, has been selected for appointment engine cab near the City of Mexico. Corbett says his next challenge to were extra largo. Their combined shows the bitter animosity between tho as consul to Neuvo Lorcdo, Mexico, two, though the letters begin "dear! Hon. H. D. Monoy was nominated by Fitzslmmons will contain nn offer to weight wus '21,000, or an average of brother" and end with "fraternally." the joint democratic caucus at Jackson give him all of tho gate receipts, win 2,050 pounds. Eight of them were four yours old, tho balance three yuurs. Such exhibitions of spite on the part MUs., to succeed Senator George In or lose. VA AtGreenvllId, Tenn., Alexander W. They brought 5c, or 105 50 each. of those who claim to be called of God the United States Senate, L1 Carter killed his wife and daughter Poland-Chin- a At a recent sulo of to preach the gospel are what makes The New York Sun prints a list o.f MY countless thousands conclude their is pensioners drawingoverSl. per month, with an ax and then committed suicide brood sows, hold at Wyoming, 111., 26 sows bred to Klever's Model, uveruged nothing in religion and less in those Kentucky showing up with Si), two by shooting. ' Two babies have been born In thc 8Ii.44; 11 daughters of Chief Tecum-sel- l who preach it. drawing 8100, 01, "2 and 2(i W0. Frankfort penitentiary during tho past 2d, SKW.40; live daughters of KleBy a vote of eight to three the Board Mr. James Mingle, who Is shortly of Aldermen of Louisville passed an 10 days, tho mothers being enciente at ver's Model, $i:il ; two sows bred to to have his neck stretched by the hangChief Teeumseh 2d, 818.1 50 and Kl bred ordinance requiring that all city print-- , the time of their sontence. man in Illinois, is a fastidious sort of a ing shall bo at Statensvllle, U Black Chief's Rival, $S.:u. The court-hous- e done by union offices. fellow. He demands that if thc State Echols county, Ga . was destroyed by COUNTY Col'RT. A large crowd at Louis Schncfer wus elected speuker must execute him thatitdo so with him lire, started by incendiaries for the pur- tended Also carries . i Nice Line of Harness, Saddles, Hridlcf, court yesterday, but not a groat of the Lower House of the Maryland in the most presentable attire. A dress pose of destroying court deeds. deal of business wus transacted. Of Huggy Robes, Horse Hlankcts, Whips, &c. suit of thc latest cut and other fashion legislature oy u nionol the demoEight million feet of lumber burned crats with the 11 bolting republicans. on the docks of the Saginaw Lumber tio 150 or more rattle on thu market man able articles of the Room Opposite Court-Hou- sc Square, Stanford, Ky about 100 were Mld. Tho best price are deemed necessary and his lawyers! Joseph J. Williams, independent & Salt Company at Crow Island, Mich., wus --" le, which was paid for some extra claim that the State must furnish democrat, was elected mayor of Mom-the- causing a loss of about $120,000. good cattlo. Steers Drought It remains to be seen whether phis by about 500 majority over Lucas E. Ruhkopf & Sons' big collar factory from .'li to .'!!c und heifers about a cunt it will or not and whether Mr. Mingle Clapp. Bryan democrat. Tho indopen- - at Paducah. was destroyed by lire. lower. Butehor cattlo wore dull ut 2 Eighty-sevepersons has any rights that it will be forced to ""cut ticket won throughout. Loss ?.0,000. to 2 Several aged mules changed Senator Teller declared in tho Sen were thrown out of employment . respect. hands at $50 to 870. ate that he has no personal light against died Engineer After it protracted illness Muj. the president, but that ho proposed to apoplexy on Jeremiah O'BrienWilming-of his engine near Moses P. Handy, the noted journalist, ' do all in his power so n.VANCIAI. STANDING OK destroy the re- ton, Del., and tho train ran nearly 40 died at Augusta, Ga. He wus a special publican party because it is a gold miles before tho fireman knew it. It is very necessary this Cold Weather to Keep the Body Warm. commissioner of the U. S. to the Paris standard party. Clarence Thoma was caught robbing Exposition in 1000 and was taken hick Yon can do so by buying a Good J. S. Hogg, of Texas, denies his grandfather's store at Clayport, in the French capital. A Virginian by that he is a for the vice presl- - Ind., tried nnd started to prifon all In candidate birth and a confederate soldier by Idential nomination In l!t00 and says ho To the city council of Stanford one day. He was sentenced to 1 years. choice, he became u newspaper man af- is out of politics. Ho adds I, Geo. It. Wtureii, thut he will The remains of a human body cut . ... klllllillt tins tntwii9 aij . ter the war and won mime and fame. favor Gov. Robert Taylor, of Tennos-- I u box in tho tlieywu oncllug December 3M. imi;. into pieces were found in was chief of the bureau of publicity He see, for vice president. uic nuums r..urvM umvu uv imuuuii, and promotion of the World's Fuir, und KKrrcipTS The Ohio Legislature now stands "; la. Detectives aro working on tho in that position also distinguished him- to 70 agulnst Hanna, though Ilanna case. Culi on liund .Inn. 1, lsOT $ SW M) Heavy Lined, Water Proof Boots and in fact any thing that goes to self. claims 71. His opponents say that of Hecelved from licence 1,703 00 make the body comfortable. Bring thc money TERMS CASH, Iteculved from tnxnt I.inr, ill It comes via Harrodsburg that the these 70 there are two ready to desert FARM AND TRADE. Received from line IU (10 Eiszhth district i6 to be gerrymandered him ut any time for a silver rcpu'j.'h'nn Received from fmiichi-- c 10 no so us to knock Davison's chances of re- - and figuring on the situation now u' Attend II. J. Darst's sale IB 70 M. F. Dwyer sold to .J. R. Keene the Received from Opuni House turnlmr to Conirross into a cocked hat. looks likelv that Garrurd. of Cincinnu-- ! 11(1 Id Received from dividend ti, a silver republican, will eventually noted Ben Brush for 52,500. If the boss can be defeated only In that( Theodore Powell sold to Josh Adams way and the people want to keep him capture the plum. si;. ioi r.i In Coneress. we aro for letting the dls-- 1 The Louisville Post a fair nle- - 500 shocks of fodder at 15c. ASETS. TT r..HM Vnurln nil nnil Ron T.iinefn,.! Cfilil TTnn r? P .. trict remuin as it is and of sending him tni.A nf'"- -" .wj una, ..unuii ...t.i. .ui.l ...................... ultl for pauper aid h oo to Washington for life. A good man comment: Among the jMjpular lawyers to C. P. Sander 48 shoats at 2!e. 1u,(1 f()r Cnj (jf 1)rlsotU!rs 37 00 can beat him as easy as rolling off a log in enirai Kentucky few equal the J. W. Baughman got $70 each for his Paid for Insurance IS oo without taking any underholds cither. Hon. H. C. Warren, of Stanford. There car load of good cotton mules in Atlun- - Paid fomulnrleH. 2" I'.'ild for lKind couh)iis.., 162 00 is a tip out unit tils friends will use tu. Senator McChokd, whowas tt rail- every ollort to havo the democratic J. M. Roberts, of Vulley Oak, Paid for water & light 3,310 00 road commissioner under Gov. Brown's convention put him on the ticket for brought .'14 calves to sell here yester- Paid for Interest 77 ny Paid for street work 35 70 appointment, bus Introduced a bill uttorney general. day. Paid for hose M5 00 The Reliable practically to take the railroad business The lutcst from Ohio Is thut Hunna C. B. Rcid's Sister Stella, selling fa l'uld for cost and dnmagev 7 85 Insult..., out of the hunds of the owners by au- - claims to have received nnnm-- h N'pw OrlnAns n. vnt.o. wnn hnr rnni at Itiilunco cah on hand 1,177 01 4 nf ",u ""'-" rt ii r.f iu ,U""U when the body tumiuHsmju de- - cults from the bolting republicans of last week. fix rates, finds the tho 0hio Legislature to insure his clec-- 1 C. L. Crow sold to R. C. Hocker yes- $0,101 s fendant guilty of extortion. As such a tm hi, charle L. Kurt. iwwW f thJ nf m:t ...m,, nn EXPENDITURES. law could not under the Federal laws opposition, still says emphatically 0 tux in litigation that Knob Lick pike at $50. J 500 IS be effective, the object of It seems w Hunna will bo defeated. The opposl-t- o 465 There came to my place Jan. 1 u largo '115 tax In litigation draw a railroad lobby to the city tlon is still divided. Tho Bushnell lu- - milk cow. J. F. Lunsford, ut Harvo '08 tax In litigation a:t7 08 make the boys have a good time. '00 delinquent list 130 11 auguratlon and tho muss indignation Holm farm on Knob Lick pike. ' 123 8 100 acres, on Ualuuco duo from '05 collector meeting will be held utmost ut the sumo Will Tell You Something Interesting Good farm containing The propositions to have each SenaIlalunco duo from '00 collector B50 30 near Mt. Salem, Fire time. easy terras, situated tor furnished with two dally papers at department 1.000 00 Encampment No. 1, Union Veteran for sulo. H. H. Wade, Mt. Salem. tho expense of the State was very Interest In Opera house 1,000 00 E. T. Tence and Free Silver Johnson Turn nlke stock 4. twin on properly and promptly voted down, Legion of Pennsylvania, composed of moro than 1,000 veterans, not 50 per found cattle so high in Tennessee that city hall building 425 00 when Senator Jones, a republican, delimit', mitvilifial nrr unir - ... .. . , HIUJ ICtUI IHJU manded tho ayes and nayes. Tho mem- cent, of whom aro on the pension roll. 'Um HmiHniul wit MUWM puilltMIII-- MMJ- - UUBI1 IJI1 i....i MMHIMII.II llll The good, old pacer, Gulnettc, will New hose 22500 bers dared not go on record us being has adopted resolutions condemning the "alurmlng increase of pensions," go In tho next year. Star for the theft of that much money from S10.G70 34 and the Indigent Pension act. These Pointer, tho pacing king, will be saved tho treasury. LIABILITIES, ure tho sentiments of meu who fought' for exhibitions. s THE Elkton Progress cun get itself In the war, not of C. Vunoy sold to J. C. Johnson, of Warrants outstanding 31 and s .. 2,000 00 men proud of their ser-- , Boyle. 20 hogs for March 20 delivery at Bonds up into moro different shapes than uny paper In Kentucky. Ono hardly gets vice and proud of their wounds. ;ic. and four heifers for sumo delivery Due tho 8. W. L.W I. Co., for six Headed toy U. S. MODEL,, HO. 38.353. months rent 1,500 00 son or rueTur h .iiouei, an. vv.tiv, tuu greatest Jack Chlnn was Interviewed by a at same price. used to it in ono before it assumes anhnir living ...,.1 CLAUDE, No. 12,601, sou of thu World's Columbian Cli.iini.1,.,7. t!h..r. v " .mivntiMiiu . i- - "... other shape, till he is forced to think Cincinnati Enquirer man und urnongj A 1,000 to 1, steer left my Net amount over nnd above for servlco. A few l,w uts old iir'eed :j,UH7 03 toppyyu mng hours liabilities r.0i,h,""" ,'...!l,Vd u special ty, for wile, Tills stock Is sHlelly ss that Editor Gaines must lay awake ut other things he said: There will bo place about three weeks ago. Reward In v.rv r.'j.J. . , ,"u,ll pedigrees. Prices reasonable and satlsfaetlou ciitiruutci-d- . 0rit.. .!..:'" night to decide how ho will send it out some redisricting done by the General for his return or information leading " .jj.ii., nnuin nr roillf) HnU $10,670 31 see mr hoes. Ahsembiy. I think Jackson county to recovery. Geo. S. Shelby, Shelby n next time. At present it is a Respectfully reported, FeA7iffrocM3Jer"yC,,W8,or8U,e- - T""y ,,rTF,i'iuN,,Ar,c;,uMa,,;moth ,,nk,n " will be taken from his (tho Eighth City. folio. Geo. B. WEAKEN, CIW. ll5,Muivllle, Ky. llvc-yoar-o- ld The last act in the most remarkable murder case on record, was ended r v liii: u.a 11:1.1 wi thn. mnn i' riiiitv 1... .1 with the foul crime of killing a charged young girl whose body was found in the highest landinc in a church tower in SanFrancisco. Theodore Durrant, a young man and n member of the Christian Endeavor Society, to which MUs Blanche Lumont also belonged, LlSDSAY vory 1)r0perly SEN.AT0R was hanged atQulnton, Ca ., for her es thc dlvlslon 0f Kentucky tn- murder, nearly three years after its per- - w UvQ Pederal Com.ulUlrlct9) a schemo , petratlon and after every technical tyg t0 mako VQQm op moro of thj knowntothelaw'sdelay had beenin.,faUhful HI- 5lton wouW nQt voked. Ho died protesting his fm. much ,n tho )re,etnCo d cense and as there was never proved tho . t f rQm tfae fjMjt t,jat h(j Ig Qn th(j sngntcst motive ior wiu cniu, muiui committee in tho Senate that will have arc those who believe him guiitless.Thej to pass upon it and thnt committee is body of another young woman was democrrtic provided Teller votes with found in the basement of the same tho democrats as it Is said he will do church in which Miss Lamont's was THE republican papers are making and it was thought that Durrant killed her also. The case will go into the much ado over an alleged fight between May, of Ellzabethtown, and history of jurisprudence as one of the most stubbornly fought on record and Senator Charles J. Bronston over a it will also show how many quips and game of cards at Frankfort, but it quirks of the law can be taken advan- seems to be a case of much cry and littage of by those bent on preventlng-it- s tle wool as neither Is hurt, though It would perhaps been better If Mny had enforcement. 11 rep-table in tuu ropuoiioun county ot for embezzlement is so "Mnly a partisan effort to injure the i Negro because he is a democrat that it js hardly worthy of consideration. Ely was a school trustee and admits thnt he has SIS.oO collected by a tax in the district, which ho has always been ready to pay over to his successor as soon as notified. lie was endorsed by every democratic otllctal in Todd county from circuit judge down and Including the democratic committee, and they would not have done so if he hud not been a reputable citizen. He made speeches in favor of Khea and against Hunter and chat accounts for the cat in the meal tub. y Rowan Saullcy sold to Rico Bcnge Coucrcsslonnl'district and put into the Eleventh, which is heavily republican, yesterday a pony for 425. L. C. King sold to John C. Popples a and Bullitt county, with a democratic majority of 100, added to the Eighth. pair of unbroken maro mules for 8100. Casey county will bo put in the Fourth deJ. A. Cohen bought 21 corn-fedistrict. horned heifers, averaging 750 lbs., at 2J cts. und 118 ood hogs at d r .1 IT'SALLOVER THE MONEY 11- HAK ING TIME I News Briefly Told 150-poun- d He-W- Louisvillo is sure now to have a May musical festival. Five Negroes and two white man wcro hanged by thc law Friday. Two Negroes were lynched by a mob of blacks In Kemper county, Miss. At Jellico, Tenn., Tye Rose, a policeman, shot and killed Jnmcs Qulnu. J The Hessian lly Is ravaging wheat In the counties of Christian, Todd and Trigg. Ohio capitalists havo leased lo.OOO acres of land about Jellico, and will sink oil wells. nno-cou- ul tow-oo- at ford Sun. Twenty owes at $2.15, stioats at 2, lot of cattle at and some do. at 4c aro reported In tho Harrodsburg Democrat. Ralley Bros., of Versailles, sold to F. D. Doan, of Buffalo; their pair of road marcs, Amber Glint anil Prlnoo.s, record 2:2S each, for $2,000. Powell & Harper, of tho West End, bought of Leon Rogers, of Casey, nine yearling steers at 820 und of William Rogers a work mule for $S0. Douglns Thomas and J. B. Cluy, of Paris, have sold to Dick and Samp Wilpason, of Lexington, the cer, Split Silk, 2:0!, for &I.500. Lyon ite Allen sold to T. L. Carpenter 112 yearlings, 7.'15 in weight, at 4c ana 10 j. i'. Rine2.ioi sumo at same price and to other parties 50 nt ,'le to l,;)00-poun- d 1 000-poun- d For With the dawning of the New Ycnr wo begin a tremenduous effort to unload our winter goods ns wo do not want to carry goods from ono season to another, and thus present again to thc general purchasing public another one of thoo -. Qreat Bargain Opportunities! Winter is v rr Just beginning nnd there will one-hal- " o00-poun- d or car-loa- d car-loa- 1 i lo all-arou- law-make- rs four-fifth- j 1,-1- The Louisville Store. Pjssssssssas .S3E UnDGRCAKinG , ' J. c. M'CLARY. -- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 11 well-dresse- d i;r-t.f.?r.u- 700-j)otin- d n I , ; KEEP WmWL J Ex-Uo- CitU of STANFORD . .L.-vl-- 1 j Overcoat, oversnoRs, Ear muffs, Warm Soft Underwear, Gloves, i . to-da- I H. J. McROBERTS. m-lnt- s ", HIGGINS & McKINNEY, T Vi 4 1 rM I . w -- 4 j- " ..- fn-- m 1 111 CASH : GROCERS. 1 I llll-I- IP In This Space Next Week. lirct-dlmr free-for-ul- ls bounty-jumper- ..$-',7- 03 colfee-cooler- pft Locust Herd Reg. Poland Cliinac. flrst-Ha- J 100-pou- .'"'.. seven-colum- 'M LiiiiiJimIwBILiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii v m '.ni if eV : THE INTERIOR JOURNAL orANFORD, E. C. KV., -- JAN. Danks, tho jeweler, for jewelry. Wk linvo u full stock of Falls Hrunch Coal now. J. H.Haujrhtnun &. Co. wiio a lni-L'- 0 Stokimioom next to Farmers Dunk for rent. W. P. Wnlton. YOUK watch will be repaired skillfully by Dunks, the jeweler. I, m m m A & over Higgins McKlnney's store for runt. f nice sitUe of rooms THE ANTE INVENTORY sJ Walton, Businimh ilANAor.it. jkjII-clcs. ?11? l. II, legal tiirki'. crowd In town HlGOINS & McKlNNEY are agents yesterday, but tho amount of business for Champion binders and mowers. , tlouu wim not it) proportion to It. The Southern Telephone Co. Is extending Its line out to T. D. Xewlnnd's on Somerset pike. fix-Sher, CASH PAID for life InHiirnnce O. Iiox, Address W. S. Allun, 157, Danville, Ky. SPECIAL or dltllcult proscription work u.ay bo left to us with tho utmost contldi nco. Penny's Drujr Store. PERSONALS. Max Sai.ingeii was at tho Louisville Store yedterday. Miss Heshik Woods la visiting friends In Danville. Joe Owsley, colored, was fined ?5 ed u You must puy your necount black snake a few days ngo. atonee. Deluy Is dangerous ho don't in Judge Carson's court for slapping . hiseweethcur'. Si'ECiAL attention is called to take chances. M. S. & J. V. advertisement of Mrs. Nora Murph G. W. Singleton's store near Ce- Goodknlght who will teach a cltus I Januaey 1st is past and gone and dar Creek, was broken into Saturday vocal culture and oratory. you are urgently requested to call and nltrht and robbed of about $S in money. This Is the luu wef k we will try to settle at once. I nee J money. II. O The horse she was driving ran away collect for the Orra o' F.vris Hardin. Hupley. with Mrs. William Logan the other day After thl& we will pLtc? your accounts cull and settle your account. and dislocated her shoulder, causing in tho hands of a collector. Settle at Please We have adopted tho cash system and her great pain, but she is much reliev- once and save costs. Farris & Hardin. must close up our credit business. W. ed now. To You. -- Snake. Tim Hutchinson, of the Highland section, tells us that he kill-- 1 . Slau ghter Sale. ' AT- - Haug-h-mun- llTHE CHARLES t WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTONUILLe, KY. we will offer The Day Dawns for Careful Buyers a clean cut . Green lliver ValIF j"ott owe the llrm of Farris fc liar, ley Telephone Co. paid out of debt the Sam Walton seveuanue went to din you must settle it atonee. Do this last six months and declared a dividend Louisville Saturday. (I so we are told by DirecMit. Ja.mi:s M. Sauhlky has qtiall-tie- d immediately and save yourself both of per cent., Dr. fid M. Estcs. tor trouble and expense. as deputy circuit clerk. Mit. Jamks Lee has p;ono to Hot WaKM, damp and rainy weather has Foe Sale. One of tho best family Springs In search of health. prevailed for several days. The sun horsos In Lincoln county, alto good Miss Lizzie Hekkon in back from a d-hand buggy and set of harness and shonu yesterday for a while, but the visit to relatives in Kockcnstle. new kitchen range. Address J. T. signal service said It would ruin again Miss Hettie Weaken Is back from Sharrard, Stanford, Ky. last night and probably be colder ton visit to relatives at Lexington. day MHS. El) M. KSTKS and children The npiolntmcnt of J. C. Florence Death. -- George C. Powell, aged 70, to Ihj jwstmnster at Stanford was sent spent several days at Crab Orchard. father of James W. Powell, died at his IlOLAXD HlSHOP, eon of. Mr. Joslah to the Scnato Friday. The office will homo near Hustonvlllc Friday of a Bishop, has entered thu Aeudemy here. be kept at the same stand for the pres- complication of diseases and was burMltS. A. K. GUIDONS, of Danville, ent nt least, Mr. F. tells us. led Saturday at the Powell burying spent several days with relatives here. ACCORDING to the Now York Sun's ground near his late home, nfter approMil. ALEX IIOLTZCLAW has moved list of pensioners receiving $50 und ov priate remarks at the grave. His wife, on tho Danville pike. to thu MeCormack, colored, who who was a MUs Jones, of Casey, Mits. J. Thomas Cheeky, of Rrod- - er Martin him to the grave nine years ago. get 972 for total blindness, is tho highhoad, Is again at Joseph 1'rlco Inllrm-artho above son, Mrs. Nannie est paid pensioner in Lincoln county. H and Miss Fannie Powell are Mks. Wm. Stanley, of Glasgow, arTllEKE was a scheme on foot to con- leit to mourn tho loss of u kind and Inrived yotiiuriluy to visit at Mrs. Lou fine the whisky business to hotels and dulgent father. Mr Powell was a mem-ba- r Shanks'. of the Christian church for years, to reduce tho license to 82.10, but a can- Misses Coka and Mattie Jones, vti-- s of the council disclosed that it but hl health had been too feeble lateof Somorsot, aro vUltlug Miss Stella would not work and It was abandoned. ly to attend regularly. He was u splenDallou. did old gentleman and his death litis MltS. J. K. Takkis and littla Miss $S and Costs. Jamos Hughes and cast a gloom over the entire West End. Josephine Keller spent suvural days In wife, of I lowland, hud an altercation THE new city council. Messrs. J. F. Danville. last week, after which the wife swore Mit. AND MltS. W. J. HOGAN, of out a warrant against him. Ho was Peyton, M. D. Elmore, J. S. Hundley, Garrard, are gnosis of Mrs. II. D. tried boforo Judge Ilailey Saturday and Peter Strati b, Jr.. John M. Stone and B. F. Uout met Thursday night and Haughman. lined 3S nnd costs. & secontoll-house pre-cedt-.i y. B'-ules r H. Mcltoborts. The Hustonvlllc The directors of the Crab Orchard In order to reduce our Ircmence stock for the text thirty days nnd Danville pike met here Saturday on every article In tlio house. nnd declared a dividend of 25 cents on nify the dollar and bring sunshine the county for Its bonds. Advertising Pays. T, L. Lillard, of Boyle, advertUed in the I. J. in Au- the share. It was probably their last meeting as the road has been sold to That A Sunburst of Bargains dig- will fatten the lean purse, enlarge the boundary of limited means, htoaden nnd Into each life. Your Purse fitted and Eye pleased In well chosen goods gust for his watch which he had lost. He heard nothing of it, however, until last week, when a Negro tried to sell it to h Danville merchant, and the merchant remembering the "ad", Mr. L. now wears his watch again. Bargains ns sure and certain ns and tho power In low prices sunrise. The vlrtuo are tho In values, tho beauty Day Light Truths and Shining Realities of our complete and above means Is ti Tho careful selected Shooting at Mt. Vernon a light vertising scheme. Ve are determinedstock of general merchandise. which and must reduce our stock, occurred at Mt. Vernon last l M. by cut. This final reduction has been mnde on nil of our goods to day. Elza and Pat Langford on one side and J35""Xotlce burgaln counter from day to day. no adclean the Mulllns crowd on the other, the Langfordn using 'Winchesters" and the Mulllns revolvers. C. L. King, was shot twice through hip and will probably die. He was a bystander. One of the Mulllns was shot through fingers. No one else hurt. The Langfords were jailed. r, C HAULES WHFKLEH, 1'ror. Tho Orlglnntor and Prtmoti-- r of Low 1'rlcr s. U.D.BRIGHT, SUCCESSOR TO J. B. HIGGINS, In the county court yesterday Judge MISS SUE Ohilvib, who bus been !..(. visiting Mrs. J. C. Hays, has returned to Garrard. S.M V. MENEKEK went up to I'lnu-vlll- e Saturday alter a lot of deaf and dumb pupils. LITTLE Caklink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Davis, has been very 111 of pnoumonla. Mil. H. K. WKAItlCX has moved his family to Mrs. S. C. Truohourt's house on Danvlllo struct. Mil. and Mks. D. J. Alcukx have moved from the MoKlnnoy section to Mr. William llurtonV. Miss Lal 'Pickett returned from Sholby with hur Motor, Mrs. Will Severance, and Is her uuusU JUIkjeT. Z. Momtow, looking bettor than for years, parsed up to Williamsburg Sunday to hold court. Mits. Jesse Tkaylok, of Corbln. f, eamu down Saturday to visit her Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whlto. pur-untt- N0. John florton, brother Miss Callto Horton, of this olllce, held ticket No. XI which drew the splendid top buggy rallied off by Jesse U. Houtt and It only cost him "II cents. Mr. Hor ton won a suit or clothes In the same way about a year ago. .'t.'L of m - Foit Divokck. On tho grounds of cruol and inhuman truutmunt, thereby Indicating an aversion to hor, Mr?. Maud Hughes has (Hod suit for divorce against her husband, James Hughes, who was lined for a repetition of such treatment a few days ago. Creel Co., of Louisville, for which Mr. V. L. Kvati traveled, Saturday with liabilities of S 100,000, assets about tho same. Mr. Creol, tho reputed rich man of the linn, also assigned. Inability to collect old accounts caused tho suspension. 11. M. Tin: A Goon Walkkh. The Mlddlasboro treasurer. Little Interest whs Crab Orchard & Lancaster pike, objects Kate Ivoiikkt, of Crab Orchdown to seo hor rotative, Mr. News siiys: Surah Ann Farris, aged shown In the election until the nice for to the stricture-- i made upon it by the ard, is IS years, has boon here tills wook on tnurshul was called. Dr. Peyton nomi- Hustonville correspondent of the DanW. II. Hlggius, who is much bolter. her way to Crab Orchard, where she nated I. M. Hruco; Mr. Hundley nomi- vlllo Advocate and asks that the followMKS. J. P. HOLOAM and Miss Mary r. She Is front South nated W. T. Saunders and Mr. Elmore ing statement ho made: The road has. Saunders attended thu minstrul per- has Carolina, and wulkuil all thu way from O. J. Xewland. The llrst ballot show- It is true, a judgment against it, upon formance ul Crab Orchard Saturday her homo in that Statu, u distance of ed Hruco 1, Saunders 3, Newlund 2. On which the Interest has boon paid every nlghu COL. i. KossEK, of Hnrrodsburg. 100 tnllos, on foot. A collection was the second Hruco was dropped and tho year but live, during which bridges to und holds tin record. A remittance from made up for hor here, and she was sent other two receiving u-- tie vote, Mayor the value of $2,500 und Menefeu broke tho tie by voting for lots to the value of 31,700 wco added. him credits his subscription up ' April on her wav. Ho further states that his is the only 1, 1000. Till! suiwrvlsors wont, for tho tax- Newlutid. Tho result gives satisfaction road examined by a commission, that of those who have no othMKS. Lauka McKlNNKY, of Lincoln payers like a thousand of brick and to n majority county, l visiting the family of hor thoro's going to be a great deal of er interest in the matter save tliut the amount agreed upon for its pur which thoy think best subserves the chase was made after Inspection and brother, Mr. Joseph Salloo. Hnrrods-bur- g gnashing of tooth. They raised the good. Mr. Newlaud has made u the county does not buy tho judgment Democrat, $101,172 and lixed next Fri- public Dk. Cakl L. Wheklek was In yes day and Saturday for those raised to good ollicer nnd under him the town bus in taking the road. terday and left a big ad. for thu Charles show cause. If any they can, why It greatly Improvud in law and order. In A unique company dined together in Whuelor KmjKirlum, which contains should not bo done. Thero were some saying this, however, we do not mean New York one evening last week, it KNOWING HOW TO MAKE They! good iiqws to buyers. Head it. 1100 lists raised and to notify them thu to rolled on the other candidates. consisted of James A. Murphy, owner A BED Miss Mauoie Lewis, who is teach shurltl will get ;")0 cents each or about would doubtless make good ollicials, but of Star Pointer, l;."!lt; Lewis G. Tewks- that is ornamental, comfortable and wo are always for letting well enough ing music at Crab Orchard, returned 100. cleanly, the man did who invented tho bury, owner of John K. Gentry, 2:01$, alone. work Friday, accompanied by to her brass and iron bedstead They are luxuK and Hubert J., 2:01i, and C. W. Marks SOMHTIMKago the Louisville Post The contest agulnst Mr. Struub's eli- owner of Joe Patchcn, 2:011 three eaV.feiURtt-M'VSarious to repose on. nnd rich and hand- ItSMi 2fKJ her sister, MUs Guorgia Lewis. IaLI ,liit. .. i ft(WlS..':!y.i siimM somo for furnishing your bedroom. Wo Vii)l MKS. ANNIE H. WlTllKKS will leave olTored it prize for the best description gibility seems not to be well taken, ev- millionaire bachelors und owners of, VWiffl ' itV J aB""lK have ornate designs in braw beds, with means nothing 'for Winchester, of an "Ideal Husband," which was af- en If property-holde- r with her family v or without canopy, enamelled iron, with the four pacing kings. whore they will make their fuluro ter considerable contest awarded to but free holder us he says und J. H. brass tnmuiiugs, nnd many designs at Concerning dehorned cuttle, Swift & o Mrs. Marion Wolford Wnyts, of Paint Carter siiys he owns ti half interest in low prices. home. Stanford people generally Co., of Chlcugo, siiys: "Wo do not con Lick. The winner Is a daughter of the Enterprise Mills und the lot it slder hornless cuttle worth more than to glvo up this excellent family. W. W. L osI11o Times prints Capt. Murlon Wolford, who wus decup btunds on. No deed appears to that ef- those of the same ouallty and lutncss SatuedaY's I Uitcd by a cannon ball in n buttle durolllce, but thero Is fect in tho clerk's - - Kentucky. pictured of llvu pretty Mayileld girls, with horns, except in rare cases where Including Miss Mamie Klllott, daugh- ing Stoneman's raid into Georgia and another councilman in tho fsumo bouti alilrmnrii wnnhl iiiiv 5 t.i 10 cents moro Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at T ...... ..v.... .11 ... l.M K. 6"",''it 00 nnunls mi. hornless cuttle." ViSfSpTST!? ter of Prof. Milton Klllotl, which is u nleco of Gen. Frank Wolford wo learn iiiiciB it.ii uo iuiuiu , Hustonville, Ky. shows that she is almost us handsome as well as of Gov. Bradley and a woman oven if Mr. Straub Is not u councilman G. A. Benedict sold to John N. Men of much literary talent. do jure, ho Is de facto and consequent- efec his pluce of 4.'1J acres on tho Lun .as hor sister, Miss Minnie. . ly hla acta lire valid. A recent decision custer plko for $1,250 und bought a Uukoess. of Mays-vlllMks. Chakles Acquitted. John Hatsock. Hayden and MUs Judith Carpenter, of Lcuch and George, Elmore and Wesley of the court of appeals In tho case of farm In Washington county for Paris, who have been visiting Mrs. W. Pudgett, who were nrrested on war- annoxing Belle Point to Frankfort $S0O. Ho will not move to his new A. Trlbble, returned to their homes rants sworn out by Martha Jnno Hur-rl- seems to settle this case, If had not been pluoo for several months. already settled. Mr. Nowland has beqn Friday. Mrs. Trlbble accompanied charging them with burning her City, where she house near Highland, were acquitted elected marshal und will serve his them us far as Junction IX epent soveral days with Mrs. A. Trlb- in Judge J. P. Ualloy'a court Saturday. torm, we haven't a doubt. in connecA dirty piece of business ble. : Tho woman kept a bawdy house and IN his lettur enclosing subscription while thero were threats of violence tion with tho race wus the olTort to mid money for another year, Mr. L. L. mado against her if she did not desist, keep Dr. Peyton from being present ut meeting. Before the afternoon Dawson writes from Ash Grove, Mo., thu general Impression of those who tho that ho is suffering greutly with rheu- heard tho case was that she applied thu train Thursday ho received a dispatch which read as follows: "Come to Liv.v matism, which will likely necessitate torch herself. Phone Xo. 2. pWThe Finger of Past Experience Points Straight to XST ingston ut once; operation. Dr. CoopSprings. Times, ho his going to Hot Mrs. Nora Murphy Goodknight, TUB city council ut its last meeting er." As the doctor hud never signed a says, aro very hard In Missouri and in that way and us Dr. Poytoti At Mrs. E. I.. Itldnelioait's residence oppomoney scarce. Nearly ovory body's heard reports from its otllcors and com- dispatch a dispatch site Dr. W. II. O'Hiinnoii's. farm Is under mortgago; unless thero Is mittees. Tho amount of ca9h on hand hud hud Intimation thatsuch Mrs. GtMHlknlRlit has studied the soIcmco know was shown to be 81,174.04 and Collector wus to bo sunt, If necessary to keep him und been trained In tho Art of Vocal Exa, change for tho bettor I don't investipression In thu host schools of Oratoiy hi O. J. Nowland was shown to bo i)0t.17 from tho meetlug, he began to what they will do. Boston wheru the subject l more thoroughon thu collection of taxes. An gate und found that no such message ly studied und luttcr tuught tliiiu behind by Dr. Cooper, though In Europe, or America. order was mado to pay the Water, had been sent HOME NEWS, Xo tnuttor what Light & Ice Co. 11,575. V. II. Hall was .Mr. Fish says It cumo all right and tho one needs this thu tho vocation hi life overv well ruott "Livings- us tliu most useful of all lmortiint usGoodArts. Mrs. HOU8K for rent. Mrs. N. A. Tyreo. grunted llconso to retail liquor another operator sending It signed busiknlght gives tqeci:il attention to thu trainton." A full investigation of the year from Jan. 25th, at $500. M. D. After thu Christmas Holidays tho Session will be resumed tuucliers, lawyers und preachers. Fakm products taken In exchange ness will bo mudo by tho railroad and ing of Dr. J. F. Peyton were and Lessons from n a. m. till 4 r. .v. on TuesTstxi-u-Six- y for coal. J. P. Bttughman & Co. und Saturdays. For fura street committee and John M. telegraph authorities and wo hopo to days, Thursdays cull on or address Mrs. O. ther Information bank Stone and J. S, Hundley, finance com- tell in our next who was guilty of Btich during Htaivn specified hours at Mrs. time will do received Into the classes. For full lnformatloa Ellzubotbtown Xow pupils outcrlug at that JOE GltlMES At other times ut her home ono call on or write to Mns. SAon.iv ut tho Col lego or write for catalogue. Tho board will meet again a disreputable as well as felonious acvoted unanimously to reduce its capital mittee. proceeded to bustnuss, wtth Mavor The J. N. Menefec In the minutes of the lu- -t meeting were read and udoined. and then Mr. Hundley raised tho question of the eligibility of Mr. Struub, becuuso he was not a froe holder. Town Attorney Varnon made a speech contending that he was and read the charter, which simply says that u councilman must be a prop erty owner. Then Col. Welch asked to bo heard. He claimed that "property linlilnt-- " In t.luil. mnniwdnn nonnt. th C owner oi wmieu esuue as uW,n uiu provision would be useless, since every man is uie numur oi uropuriy ui some kind or other. The question wus not acted upon and the body proceeded to tho election of u clurk. Logan It. Hughes was chosen over tho Incumbent, Geo. 1J. Woarun, who bus made tin excellent ono and kept a splendid sot of books. Wallace E. Varnon was city attorney und A. A. -- James P. Bailey and Clerk George B. Cooper looked as natural as life and apparently anxious for something to do but not much business claimed their attention. L. B. Adams qualified as Agricultural Implements. Also agent for the Deering Binders, Mowpolice judge of Hustonvlllc und S. P. ers and Rakes. Also agent lor the Repairs for the above Stagg, G. L. Penny and W. B. McKob- machines. Will be glad to have those who u,u,r ereucnuuis a pnarma-chn'crls ",eu i c'st"Howard for the Waynes- P think of buying to see my stock burg section and J. II. Cook for tho Highland section were appointed dep- ty county clerks r. i Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Farm Wagons, Stolk Cattle. The young fellow Adams, who served a term in tho pen for stealing a hog from W. P. Grimes, is in a fair way to serve another terra. He stole two cattle from Hon. J. S. Owsley Sr.'s pasture Friday night and $ m ti j ' - ..frt price C SMIU f 4 UUUD II lit P klJU lllUlil IU .. ..f,.l,M ...... so l... mi; lAT,,. tow, M.. vvoous aii?i;iuu- iu9 nml t0,d th(J lhftl a)j WW not fc.V Th but while Mr. Woods was milking inquiries about tho fellow, some one he knew passed nnd he skipped out without the money. A warrant has been Issued for him and he will doubtless soon be behind the " I mftnlojrowUhhjm to town aml . . . , ,.,ht $6VGKAn(6 & $on. I hfJ bit's. PlUSlDKNT Me-Kinn- J. E. C.MtSOX, of the i w GOWG OUT of our store at reduced prices. If you need an overcoat, suit, All winter goods COMING IN. New Hamburg, Linen Laces, Valencecn Laces. White Goods e .hundreds of new pieces, great variety of new patterns Wo call especial attention to our line of line French Val Lace, also Long cloth, Cambrics Jncnnats nnd Swisses. Special prices on I'ottons January sew-i- n aregolngout MKS. underwear, blankets, cloak, wool hoe. rubbers anil overshoes, omo let us cajis, Flannels Cc. show you nnd price the goods at closing out prices f stop-childre- toll-hous- SEVERANCE & SONS. '&mrmmmwmm!mmm&im &$ I WftlMMlS ij-f- I to-da- y dis-llk- raskaiwJrcr m&mijmrJjvdi swflmnar ,jzm WITHERS, Stanford. !. . r. ... - o, 180-uc- re WHEN YOU WANT s, S VOCAL CULTURE Prompt. Efficient And Satisfactory ORHTORY SERVICEi in ; It PENNY'S DRUG STORE. cKo-who- ru Stanford Female College. Monday, 3rd., -- M II Kl-mo- re n Oia. Khlne-heurt- V 1SPresidi n. to 150,000 from 75,000. Thursday night next. tion. mile from court-hous- e on Danvlllo pike. 80 WILLIAM BHELTON, '.Vy;! ltmrruiaf.1 ' IT.--- w ..S,- - rl ' p. :1 VkSf K THE INTERIOR JOURHAL o VICINITY NEWS. Trains lonre Stanford returning 41 4: 25 p. m and London will ha re electric lights eio many months. Lucy A. Root has boon appointed 3Tr!.Aa.-vpostmaster at Marydell in Laurel. Columbus Bates was fatally wounded SiJ J? Kit Y JCA.lt IX ..YDVA-Gat Monticcllo by the discharge of a pispocket. v "" w" tol that fell out of his Avneu not Mwiaui Johu II. Can, a prominent Anderson county farmer and Federal veteran, was kicked to death by a mule. A. R. Dyche, of the London Echo, is TIME GIRD. now a city father and the way ho will make Laurel's capital hump is u cauCENTRAL DIVISION. tion. KENTUCKY The postmaster general has allowed at 7 10 a. in. nnd 4pm -- SKILL OF DOCTORS TESTED. Fifteen Years of Suffering, " I thought I should surely die." the severity of the disease or the prompt and perfect cute performed by Dr. Ayer's Pills. Similar results occur in every case where Dr. Ayer's Pills are used. "They helped me right nway" Is the common expression of those who have used them. Here is another testimony to the truth of this statement: Indigestion the but since I began the use of Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills, i nave wie nppciue oi me larmer's uoy. I am 46 years of age, aud recommend all who isn to lie tree irom dyspepsia to take one 01 ur. Ayer's rills alter ,11..... till their digestive organs are in good, order." Wm. Steixke, Grant, Neb. Dr. Ayer's Pitts offer the surest and swiftest relief from constipation and alt Its attendant ills. They cure dlizlness, nausea, heartburn, palpitation, bad breath, coated tongue, nervousness, sleeplessuess, biliousness, and a score of other affections that are, after all, only the signs of a more deep rooted disease You can find wore information about Dr. Ayer's Pills, and the diseases they have cured. In Ayer's Cure. book, a story of cures told by the cured. This book of too pages Is sent free, on request, by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Jnn. 1. 1803. will rent In On my iroinl-the highest bidder 170 Acres Land to ho Good farm of 103 Acios. :iS uilles West of cultivated in Hemp '" Stanford on Knob Lick lilko and ou Knst Yowell, HiiMonville, Ky. til Adjoins lands of the side of HiiiikIiil' l'ork. Jones. Is Into .lumen A Harris and Isaac In n liljrli ntnte of cultivation, lias You. A and nei'essiirv outbuilding. Fronts ou pike Addiess, Is lu best of nelgliljorhoods ami Oct ou rSliavfs und Haircuts at Farm for Sale Privately. FOR KENT. ''! Word To Hlnkc-more- V s:i-I- ii O. L. CHOW, MrKlmu'v. Ky. WmS " 1) OS p. " KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 24 Train going North Mr ' " " 12 37 J 18 p in a 111 No. 23 Kor alllPolnts. HO'IOII TICKETS SOLD. UAGOAUE CHECKED THUOUU11. For any Information enquire of JOE S. BICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT M. AND CINCINNAT VIA OKOltULTOWN. A. 35 05 200 315 450 1155 8 40 20 Lve. Somerset, ' Jet. City ," 1131 9 S3 Arr eorgetown, Lv 6 30 " " Kranktort, o r. m. Arl2 55 A. M s'ifo 630 300 5 30 the Danville postmaster $40 a month for separating clerk hire, to date from February I. Sam C. Hardin has just completed a handsome residence a short distance Monticcllo Cor. from the court-hous-e. Somerset Paragon. V. 13. Neal, one of the most promis ing young men of Loudou, and for years manager of tho Farris Co. storo of that place, is dead of typhoid fever. John and Charles Watts, twin broth ers of Mercer county, quarreled at a dauce, when the latter stabbed the for mer with a dlrK, perhaps ifatally, and also stabbed a Mr. Milton, who inter-ferred. vWhen the stomach begins to fail In Its duties, other organs speedily become ntlectea in sympathy, aud llle Is simply buraen almost unuearnme. iuulge.stion aud dyspepsia are so common that onlv the sufferer from these diseases knows the possibilities of misery that inhere In them. Atypical example of the sufferings of the victim of Indigestion is furnished in the case of John C. Vrltchnrd. He went on for fifteen years, from bad to worfe. In spite of doctors he grew constantly weaker, and thought he would die. He got well, however, and thus relates his "I formerly suffered from stomach, nndwrnkneas of experience: " For fifteen years I was a great sufferer from Indigestion in its worst forms. I tested the skill of many doctors, but grew worse and worse, until I became so weak I could not wftjk fifty yards without having to sit down eu.d rest. My stomach, liver, and heart became affected, and I thought I would surely die. I tried Dr. I. C. Ayer's Pills and they helped tne right away. I continued their use and am now entirely well. I dou't know of anything that wilt so quickly relieve and cure the terrible sufferings of dyspepsia as Dr. Aver's Pills." jonN C. Pritciiard, Urodle,Var-rcCo., N. C This case is not extiaordlnary, cither In The crack barber. Is now lmek nt hl old store-rooread) to lu Containing About 425 Acres, standvou Mrs. r.bertssbuvo and haircut All a llrst-clnclvo I to be Mirveyed. front ou u good pike ami needing work should call on lilm. K Ho " Crnl) Orchard. Is in less than h miles of 3 nillroads. county sure to please ou seats, Stanford. Danville mill Lancaster, tiuil Is one of tlio best prnln nml stock fnrms nay where. Hounded on 3 Miles by the lliiuijlnc Pork, good springs, good ..oil und plenty of timber. ulMiut 35 acres town lu wheat and 15 acres ready broko for corn und till the balance set lu grass. Only neccsary to be seen 8TANFOIU), KV. til lie uesireu. M'0 me nr iniriit;uiiii M. I'F.LAXI). All kind, ofrrpilrlrx doto si resouM rstri Stanford, Ky S5 Upholstering a specially 6liJ:tlou gutrailisxl, m ss deslrnble In FARMJW SALE. to I and Harlwr Shop Ho Is the slickest 00 bust barber in Crab Orchard. I 8 desire central Kentucky. .sell mv fnrm. one of tho most KOKERT FISH, J H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Look Smith, PUBLIC SALE will oiTer nt public sale In Howliiud, Ky., ou 1 ! n at my residence A. S. PRICE. Surgeon Dentist, Tuesday, Jnn. ntli, live-rooe. coal-house, 1898, rel MATRIMONIAL. Timely Warning ! pro-u-cu- s;io News comes of the klllingjjof Bob Dilly except Sunday. C. D.UEKCAW.O. P A. Philpotand the wounding of George Bundy at Manchester, Ky., in a fight QUEEN & CRESCENT. over the killing of James Phllpot and Trains paw Junction City as followson Christ3 30 p m atid others at Manchester, 57 a m No. 2 North No. l.South .... 112pm " 6 ' "4 No. 3 " . ?i6.alu mas Eve. "PUI 1125 am No 5 " The youngest lunatic ever sent to the 6 00am S 20 pin "10 " No. 9 " asylum at Lexington was received Saturday, Ezekiel Tudor, aged S, from Royal makes the food pure, Madison county. A mule kicked him delicious. wholesome and in the head a month ago aud since then he has beeu verylviolent. A dispatch from Mt. Vernon says that V. C. Hundley shot and almost In1 1 Arr Paris mi POWDER Absolutely Pure mi& royai sakino rootR to., mw yok. Registered Splendid individuals Both ...! 1.... "" ??1 ., ".,,a. j Vr3SES5Z3S fcS.3. ti'SfCMtfraawraTKlUi'' ypruiR s iar- row. Prices rcasonnble. No charge for crating. J. M. & H. J. HcSaBZaTS, Stanford. Du-roc- JXJJEl vhsKIH HOG-S- . s. -- YOUR KIDNEYS filter tho Uric Acid and poisons out of the system through the urine if they are acting right. If not, the resultsare Backache, liright's Disease, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Blnddcr Trouble, Dropsy, Diabetes, Nervousness, Blood Disorders, etc. All these diseases can be stantly killed John YV. Lawrence at Ora lando. The shooting was done-.witWinchester rifle. Hundley immediately surrendered himself to the officers. Lawrence was shot through the body in the election fight at Crooked Creek, but that had no connection with the killing. The Somerset Paragon announces the death of "our old. friend, F. H. Vickery," who was taken to Lexington Asylum a few weeks ago. Sam Morrow killed COS birds during the six weeks from November 15th to December 31st. 32 being the smallest number killed In one day, and o." the largest. Judge Denton's barn was destroyed by fire. Ed Montgomery ,!,who assaulted President Frost ou Thursday night, was rearrested and jailed at Richmond on a charge of assault with intent to kill. The College authorities stale that Montgomery was expelled for tho alleged betrayal of a Louisville girl attending Berea College, who made a confession to President Frost. Montgomery says he has been falsely accus0 ed and will sue Berea College for h er kind-hearte- d tho tnony. There were 174 marriage licenses IsMy farm Is ttostvtl and I Intend to sued to white persons aud 37 to colored zPTExmrr, t'ltoh, tiny and every pernon caught trespassing lu tiny wiiv on iuv premises. people in Barren county last year. !.T .1. K. imi'CE. Stanford. Richard Scott, of Nlcholasville, stole pretty Miss Bessie Flynn, of Jessamine, and took her to Cincinnati and married TOLL-HOUS- E for SALE her. Alter the ceremony he went out "MJlfiJL. to celebrate and was "touched" for his On Knob Lick pike, near Shelbv City. Call on OH CLIFTON FOWLER I'leslDentlNt, Stanford, Ky. roll of So0 or more. SS dunt Mrs. Malvina Wright, of Paint Lick, says her husband, William!!. Wright, ! deserted her and her three children wife of off with the and ran Undortnlcor, Thomas his brother, Tom Wright. All persons linvlnf claims against tho esWright is also missing. tate of it. T. Plorco. Liberty. Kv.. Mr. John Watkins and Miss Julia ' are hereby notified and rwrueMed to tholr.sald'elalms, erllled a- - nspilrwd by and Watklns, law, to the uiiderMRiifd at ComCapt. mercial Hank of Lllietty. Ky . within Ottilnx were married at Princeton. .,... date. All George H. Melvinney, of this place, from this wild Pierce per-o- n call Indebted to the Ht mid settle will of and the mar- - estatewith said nMpiU'' at Mild hfttik: other-w- e married his once II led 1k on nil unsettled Milt', will No Danger rlage proved a most happy one. II .1 DA date U A. l'HKWITT. .Wljrnee. Rollin E. May. of Wolfe coutity, and Claim. 21. Of a Coal Fa in i ne K Dec. Llbert. MUs Romi Sample, of Maytown, were We bv xn Or price Kidt.j; lilslur best to keep the Kt sirnilu of oiO married in Hazel Green. By this mar-- 1 t the on hand fur we onli order fro riage the groom becomes tho step-sonLouisville. Ky., mines. Nu ti.tnii 'mI We ate advised t hstt of his father aud tho bride tho & PLUMBING, AMERICANS EUROPEAN of her own sister, ' TINNING A Plentiful Supply . who is the second wife of the father of K1V., J I.ANH. STANFORD, will now 1h forwarded I'alls Hrancb. Jelltco the groom. in tlrldjte I lid Ml and other We will .suls U tlio tinoel Is no prepared to do ait kinds, of Plumbing The Ladios Hw.tati-nnkeep l'rlc.-last seHoli "Papa please send me some money and Tlnnltiarof ihh' the citv. Every oouvonioure for Indies proprietor-you In Come niuI see us home on," telegraphed Emma Illnck Diamond Uoof I'uint. Telephone No to come the day in the etiy. Mill nee lip uMill st "ppslte J lientlciun' Cafe on olllce tUr. Hughes to her father at Warrouton, 2l. HaughmiuiAilo -II NOEL & i Mo. She had run on with a Bible 'TunMiS A. MULLIGAN. II peddler and he deserted her in Kansas Manager. City. She made her bed hard aud ' T. L. Music - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday intent have laid hard, but the father's Kvctunc ItOWLAXD. KV., heart was tender and ho forwarded her OF te - NOTICE j pre-ei- it' step-brolh- step-slsto- r, . j step-siste- r , One house and lot containing 3 acres, with m house, a barn for six lieml of good crib, nnd Offlcoorer Mcltoberts' Plug Store In tbr,0sley Mock, smoke-liousIliitldlug. till necovtarv outbuildings, a goml . cistern nnd two hydrants. Alo --1(lAcres ,ld au" of Lit ml adjoining above "ll the land of I. M. Ilruce. with a good, new tobacco barn that will hold tlvo acre of tobacco on It. This Is good, productive upland nnd Is all tllable. live seres can go In to mm j bacco this season. This Is uesirnoiu innu mr small fruit or vlnyiud and strawlwrrles. " with a good market rigm m inum. bring 12 barrel of com or 20 liuslioU of wheat to the acre, and Is Just outside tho t town limits of Stanford. t Will also sell 3 good driving horses, standOlSceon Ijmrasierstrwt at IleaUtnct. 1 mnre br ard bred. 5 to 7 years old: 1 hiilfisor-inii- u Mambrlno Startle, 5 ears old. draft horse: 2 bnHxl ,,d work by mure; 2 tlllv colts, two- - oars-olPence; 2 Joi-- ov cows: 1 Shorthorn cow: 2 I of crude Jersey heller. thorn bred to HegNtertMl Jersey lni I. I 2 llerkslitro hlts; Kentucky Hustonvillo. - China shiwits. machines: I liny turnliiK plows. S mowing ., Ac l.tM4ln )J rako; 1 crnln drill, harms-- tools. ft Ollrr lltsMVTlm ta tlir Habuice and snd Cawt cuuntlr I ull stuvk uf OuitiMsand C.l- Tr.iois On lands, S, cash -t fnm ttsslwayson baud. 12 month, with 6 jer cent. Inteii. . M. .' J Vl date of wile and a Hen retained 011 the land. Other limtK'ttv sums undr Slu cnh. over that amount li credit of 120 das.n negotiaper cent 11,',pt,l1, '",,, ble note. iH'Krlng Stanford, Ky. XoWfiH dr. w. b. m' d. i:j. T. SUTTOrf. frl lr. . -' in-la- w J. T. Jones, - LOUISVILLE' HOTEL tx-s- N m .1 -- t , MiltH-u- s ! bK-ndin- g Tl-sl- SON, SHELTON. , WAGES A Book SIN Stock lioldcrs' illcctinjf jer S25,-00- damages. T'nlpnt. She can play on the piano. Violin and all the rest: Cut upon a younjr man's heartstrings She accomplishes her bent. fe? The Carlisle Mercury says with ref erence to our article on the subject: Some of us may think a wife an expensive luxury, but some of us may con sider them u cheap necessity. If a man should couut up what ho speuds foolishly he would consider what a wlfo cost as nothing. We had rather pay tho expenses of two rather than havo none. Tho mineral production of the United States for IsST Is put by the Engln-- ' eerlng und Mining Journal at a total valuation of 37G2,OUl,lO0:of which Is for metals and Sou4,G09,tm substances. The gold for production is estimated at $o3,4yb,y.0 aud the silver at o0, 117,000 ounces. 2o7,-431,1non-metall- ic for Young and Old. 83. OUR RECORD WE CURE! aK NERVOUS Hn-- t A meetlnp of the ttvkhlderj of the Xntlonal Hank of Stanford will be held at their bunklnp bouse the .eeond Tudn In Januan, Ishs. for the iiurpjseof electing II Directors for the ensuing JOHN J McltortnitTS. I ashler. IliisCtono Hack into tin Coal BiiMiics; Est! And will keep constnntlv on baud the .Mll-cOwl. and Tails HmiH'h and otlior ask the patronage of Oih pwlitlc. Stanford friends who wnttt C.ml can Ihivh iinlors with J. 11. lllcrlus, wlik'h will rect'he prumpt T L mIkLIN o. nl 18 7 A W BLOOD 250,000 DISEASED j PRIVATE DISEASES j. Stockholders' Meeting. "'?"-lluu- al meetliiRof the Mo."kboldet. of held H.111U of llustouvllle will be their Imnklne house lu llustouvllle the Tuesday In January. lMs.betw..eiiUnnd 13 11, 111. the purptweo! electlnpl' Dto serve the eiiultiff vefir Cashier irectors IIOClSEU. A SHELBY & SHELBY, ....... Proprietors. mh--ou- d MEN M CURED fr LIVERY.FEED& SALE STABLE J W Junction City, Ky. Turnouts, pio.uot attentlotl, srtT truaae Is reasonable ratrt A urtluu ol )our 14 rcss:tfully sollcltisl. First-Clas- Brooklyn Life. s fi "The action of Dr. Hobbs Sparapus Kidney Pills In my case was almost miraculous. A year ai?o I came here from Paducah to die at my daughter's home. I passed nearly a year of suffering without Hope. My leu measured twcnty.slx Inches around the calves. My urine contained 40 per cent, albumen with other The first box of the pills removed nearly all the swelling. Now, after taking four boxes, I can walk a mile without stopping and my general health better than It has been for sixycars." John P.Zkixhr. Crab Orchard, Ky. lMr. Zclner when at Paducah, served as Sheriff and County Commissioner of McCrackcs 1 CURED HIS IDEA OF IT. 250,000 CURED VDIIUP UAM "are TUUHu mAtl asimt I I Opportunity of Your Life barrel tlourlni; Mill with Elevator, line Itesldeiice ninUtock of wheat and corn for ale Mill running fjll time ti ml dlsHslnir of entire out put nt lioulrt satisfactory price. The Wplant sold at1' . a 111 seen to le ImrKaln. Ill health forcus me to null the Terms easy. UiR on or milling Imslno-A llrst-cln-- you rlnnrd Co., Ky. Advices have been received from Dawson City us late a Dec. 7. These indicate that there Is no scarcity of food, but that scurvy exists. Men returning meet many making their way in, whlcn indicates that the country In not beyond reach In the winter. m . - ' mi PMAGUS Kidney Pills. AT - HI ILE I Penny's Drug StOre,, :: : o; ! ! ! ! ! ! ! t t tf tit tf "." i t4.'44 THE POPULAR STANFORD ICY.. i give a definition of the word "farm. Sammy A farm Is n body of land en- t. tirelv covered uy a mortgage. World. AVIntcr Chorea. As the small boy skates ho suffers; It breeds anguish In his soul That he has to get home early Just to take In coal. reacner sammy oassairas, jou umj Mrs. Alma E. Stutu, an actress, who was well known lu Louisville, having been born and reared there, was burned to death in Matitl, Utah, as the result of an explosion in the theater where shu was playing. Mounted police lu the district between White Pass summit and Lake Taglsh will turn back all persons en route to the Klondike who are not supplied with 100 pounds of provisions for each person. Ml when ifrnornnt of thn trrriblo crlmo you wcro cointnlttimr. Did you only consider tho fnscinntlnc allurements if this oiil I the hiblt? When too lato to avoioisjaed o to result, wcro your cjej DM you Inter on In mini. your tieril? hoo.1 contract any Pill VATK or HLOO I) diica'oY Weroyoucurol? Do you now nml then seo souio alaruiius ryuiptouia? Daro ou marry in your pment condition? V1.11 know. "LUCK K VTIILll, LIKIJ If mnrrieii.nro you constantly liiiiK In dread? Is Jnarrlaco a failure with you on account of any weakness cauiod by enrly nbuto or later ex cesses? llavo you been ilriiKRCl with mercury? This Ixvoklct will ioint out to you tho rcult of tlice c riuics nnd isdnt out how our XKW .MKTIIOD THKAT- .MKM will K)ilively euro you. .11 shows how tlioii.ainl hai o been sa . cl uy ter-rlbl- nature m s. ate 30 3STOTICB ! 1 iipprH-lated- s. address. C. C. ?U." ANAUM ALE. lliistoullle. Kv deslrlrg Loeust IVhIs for ldauk fnttt, All si and railing or irV feticttuin nud what they want at my store iiMir Cedar Crs?k, on the pike Iradliigfrvui Crab Orchard to Manlonl I alw keep 011 band a supply of plank for feiielnir All alolionrds kinds of lumber for Imlldlng dwlnng any artleliof and shingles. All jsm-H- is at my store ms.rCr.Ur this kind can call ou mr o. W. HIN01.I.TON Crwk. sir. FIRE INSURHNGB Lancaster, .MRS Lnblo. Mason Hotel U. I) SIMPSON, 1'ror. : Kentucky. uedn; hi1cih!mI S Newly furnished, clean .tbl Tl.tiAl.Ml.M. 11 I'rmei how wo can ill AlU.MliK i ANY miUILK CASK Oil NO PAV. treat aud cure AMISSIONS, our I)l-C- Kvetytliin trutiiH H. l'AirL.MAK. firat-clnK- l'otters 8D moot .. dlfcae. Ne VAiurut ki.k. svi'iin.i- -. oLKKi. STUICri UP. l.MPoTKN'CY, DHAINS. I VNATIIIAL UOKS. KIDXLVnnd I1LADDKU 1I Insurance Company F HROOKLYN. Caledonian Co., : Jons .0 l.iMIAW. CURES GUARANTEED enloli!j . "Tho Wares of ?ln" font free bv Ktaran. fc,0YAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. TItnAT.Mn.NT. j PIIKK. If unnblo to call, writo for OI'KSTION DLAKK for HOMIi I'ONSl LTATION Insurance :: :: : tti?'!?, ljjsffTTi37tg tjt,,,,,,,,,,",,,","",, tfnHo !! tHWo IX' Chicago Record. ""'i: !t Waiter (happening around again) Ilt'g pardon, sir. How did you pay you ' your steak? t would have Guest (rousing himself) Any time i : this evening. Chicago Tribune. : Ilurc I'ntleiiee. At Whltmore Lake, Mich.', tho Tole- do Ico Company's mammoth In course of erection, collapsed, killing' two men lustuntly, probably iatally wounding live and injuring a dozen Ice-hous- e, Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. rres-j- . of Scotland. KOUND120 18OC. R. B. MAHONY, Agt., 8 BMBBE R CaSTLEIiBS. MAXAOUHS, others. Miss Mary Waite, said to be a daughWalte, of Colorado, atter of tempted suicide ut Washington by taking strychnine. It is said to be the ex-Go- tT4jHii3iBS!i3sLijMsji STAXFOr.D, KY. Oomraerco Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout tho outh. :;! ;;Wi :; iwV f 4kl AW IT- 5-- i ....i. TJTTTW m vx She I didn't have time to make a pie Co Farmers for dinner, dear, so I had to get a or STAXioiU), ky. baker's pie. Surplus, 515.750 01' STAXFOItD, KY. Capital Stock $100,000. He Well, let us give thanks for that. fourth, attempt she has made on her Yonkers Statesman. Attention of Iho public Is called to tho f.;ct thai only National Hank In Stanford. Un. this life. $200,000 OC der Is theprovltlons ol tho National Hank Act Fail up Capital, Caailr Explained. tho stock, e man." 17,603 SO depositors are secured not only by the capitalamount "Dr. Bogus is a Surplus, but by the stotkbolders' liability lor an "I dou't understand you." so that dejswltors of this lustllu. euualto the stock Five sworn Ui.11 are secured uj a fund ol'lJCO.000. "ne Inherited his money from a the a statements of tho condition ol (.01 Hank aromade i)y jiroTisluus of Its charter, di)osltors arr wealthy aunt whom he treated." Puck. aud 111 Stales fully protected 4s am deosllors lu Nution.'.l Banks, each year to the Unitedstated timeseminent by government Trnlr Grateful. Bank&Trast FIRST NATIONAL BANK '97. A. THIBBL3C, -- Ixal Agent, - TANPORI), J7tf Kentucky, self-mad- ' inisslnaWf W JV ! ! I I . mVl y.T I J ! ?& ' i!0-1tttTlTtfTlTf 1'invcj. nrrn . 1. A 'fmmiiiiMiiiiniiiiiiiiiliiiir C'blcaso. JJACON', LwoUTlUe, 'ii ETo S.JU I t ! He Warn Heady. "Will you have your sausage now, sir?" said the waiter lo Mr. Dillingham. "Yes. I am prepared for the wurst." Harlem Life. Gone for Good. (shivering) Is your Dauberleigh watch going-- old man? Pen Dennis (gloomily) No, it's gone. Town Topics. , A. a SINE. ,1EALER In. 24 HOURS New Orleans Limited Tho Florida trnlnHof theQuoen & RoUtO tun through to Jacksonville nnd New Orleans In LM hourb from Cincinna- itsshaiuholders Uflutf held Individually liable to the exttnt oftho ainouiil of their stock therein at value thereof, Inuddltlon to thoamount the lu such shnies. It may net as executor, ad. uilnlttiRtor, trustee, Ac., as fully as an Individual. Tenderlug our thanks to thuao who have entrusted their bulnes to us, etrut they will continue 'r assets aru examined at ajents.thus securlog additional and pertect salet. Crescent n LUMMH. AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY to do m, and we otter as a guarantee fur prompt attention to same our 20 year' existence lu banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DIRECTORS. ! i X ! Like Cures I.Ike. "Why are you taking no many aaidTlllinghasttoGlldersleeve. Io To enable roe to drop my cough-dropscough."--LouUtU- ?" J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; W. II. Cuuuulus, Prcachersrllle; J U. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. Shanks, William Uooch, J. K. Cash, 8. J. Krubry, l0ThIslns0tliutlon originally establishes! as the Deposit Hank ol Stanford In 138, then reorgaulzod m tbeXatlonal Uauk of Statilord In IMS undagalii ti Thcso fust trains are reoreanlied as the Flnt National Hank of Stanfordc exist-enin 1MJ. has had practically au uninterrupted luxuriously fitted, aud for 33 years. It Is better supplied uowwU road-befacilities fortrausaclliiK business promptly and liberally than fever before In Its long aud honorable Winter Tourist Low career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, nrun on sale throughout tho std individuals solicited. DIRECTORS. running on round-tri- p of the finest type, per-fr- ct J, J. K. Lynn, X. Menefee. A. W. Carpenter; orricsRs. W. M. Urlght i Courier-Journal- . S. II. Shanks. President; J. U. Owsley Cashier; Teller ' T.P. Illll. llocker. ' K. L. Tanner' McKInney. W. A. Trlbble, J.H. Colller.drab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, D.Elmore, Stanford. orriCBRS. J. S. llocker, President; J. J. Mclloberf CashU A. A. McKlnuey, 1 S.T. Harris, " " ; F Held, Uncoln Co.; S.1I. lauhmsu, " J.W. Haydeo, Stanford An elegant service of Cafe, Parlor, and Observation Cars on these trains. Double daily train service North. tickets Write for information to W. C, RInearson, Gcn'l Tata'r Ag't. Cincinnati, O. 8end 10 cents for tine Art colored Litlin. graph of Lookout .Mountain and Chicka- uiaugu