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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898011401 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. 'liW-- i SEMI-WEEKL- Y h INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1893. LANCASTER. I VOL. XXVI. Tho county supervisors will meet, Tho value- of cliurchcd nnd grounds again on Tuosday, 18th, to hear reasons t in tho United States up to July, why certain properly shall not bo raiswatt ecso.ooo.ooo. litis been np Tho Uov. Sam Small pointed conference evangelist by the Georgia conference. Kid. P. W. Allen will preach at tho Christian church anal" oxt Sunday morning nnd nltfht. A bronze bust of Dr. J. J. Uueker, thu work of Miss Knld Ynndell, of Louisville, was unveiled at Georpotown NO. 90 RELIGIOUS READING. THE LEGISLATURE. bill to raise the age of consent of girls from 12 to 1(J is oafore the House. o Mr. North's bill to prevent the of lirst cousins has been favorably reported. A member has presented u bill to make It a finable nnd jailable offense to sell or use cigarettes. The democrats always act fairly. They gave the republicans four chairmanships In the Senate. The Senate Steering Committee is as A mar-rlag- ON Oa Is good : GUARD we guard aro against high prlciM ed. Judge J. S. Robinson is out after u fow days Illness. Dr. Elijah Evans hns moved from Ills farm Into the Marrs house on Richmond Avenue. Louis Leavcl, colored, was fined o0 and given 20 days in jail In Judge Burnsldo's court for carrying conceal- OUR :'FORT material at low prices. SATISFACTION ed woapons, having drawn a pistol on R. W. Fletcher. follows: Goebel, Bron&ton, McChord, Suits, Overcoats. I'ndei wear, Shoes, Shirts College. and Fine Neckwear. Sim?, GUllspie and Jones. Senator G. T. Farrls was given the of tho Tho next annual convention MERCHANT TAILORS. chairmanship of the committeo on The House adopted a resolution by SHOES. SHOES. Kentucky Young Mcn'a Christian As- claims and placed on banks and insurMr. Charlton calling on the United sociation will bo held til Muysvlllc on ances, federal relations, military nlTnlrs States Senate to reject the Hawaiian Feb. and suffrage and elections. annexation. The Meshcngef says that Sain Jones Mr. Petty, of Grant, has presented a The coroner's jury, which Investiga- Full many a Howe is born to blush un J. L. FROHMAN & Co'., Danville, Ky. left Owenaboro with $1,000 good dollurs ted tho cause of the death of Rev. E. bill to correct technicalities and preseen In his itibldo pocket, contributed by Richie, whoso body was found nenr tho And waste its sweetness on the desert vent the expression of the people being air. those who attended his mcctlnir. dcot Sunday morning, returned a ver Thus nang tho poet Gray, but we are thwarted in local option elections. Tho Richmond Christian church has diet of death from heart disease. Mrs. Emma Guy Cromwell, libra determined that the beautiful bud, rian, turned over 81,800 to the auditor's n mtjil nnrolhnunl of bbO. with nn ac Senator Farrls lias Introduced a bll tive membership of nbouHOO. During to repcul that part of the mob law whose picture Is given above shall not olllce. She has made the ofllce 7(1 additions, sxzsfiteJZ?rv-. suffer in that way. Miss Lllllo Martin, tho year 181)7 there were and filled it with great cred which requires a county to furnish daughter of Mail Contractor J. G. Mar- it. Fanny Crosby has written over 1,000 guards over I am now prepared to make all kinds of Picture Frames to order from the Cheapest to proHirty. If tho bill pass- tin, of Stanford, Is, as the picture IndiPromptly and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Also carry hymns. She has been totally blind es It will have some elTcct on There doesn't seem much probabili- the Most Expensive. All work done of the turn- cates, one of the handsomest specimens the Largest and Mot Complete lino from infancy, Is now 77 years of age, pike question in this county. ty of abolishing the ofllce of register of of her sex to bo found anywhere, being lands when Senator and lives In Brooklyn, N. Y. Charles Farrls' legislative Oils, VarWindow Both of our bank elected the old oftall, well proportioned and as pretty of friends are grooming him for that po0,700 hymns. Wesley wrote ficials aud directory, except that In tho With the sition. Zi Mr. George T. McRoborts nsks us to Citizens National, W. O. Rlgney was feature as she Is of form. that Eld. J. G. Livingston will promoted to the olllce of assistant cash- rosiest of checks, teeth like pearls and bay One of tho bills introduced in the In Central Kentucky Handsome lino of Fine PICTURES for the Holidays. Call and seo preach at tho Christian church at ier. Ho Is a worthy nnd competent eyes like stars, her chiefest charms Virginia Legislature ir. the interest of can not be portrayed by artists even as Urodhoad on the fourth Sunduy morn- business man and has been in that in- capable as those of tho INTKRIOR JOUR- good roads provides that persons senmouth. ing and night In this tenced to the county jail shall be formNo. 305 Main Street, Danville, ICv. stitution for nine years. NAL, corps. Though but 18 years old, Mrs. Jennie SIglcr, of Henderson, ed into chain gaugs and set toJwork Burglars entered the house of W. B. thought eho was sanctllled and too good Mason Wednesday night, went through she Is fearless and daring and recently upon the public highways. A PERSIAN BEAUTY to bo a wife. She abandoned her hus- his pockets aud papers, taking his when, on account of sickness, there was Mr. Chlnn, of Mercer county, will inband, Dr. J. R. Sigler, who has now watch and some handkerchiefs. The no ono else to take the mall to Kings-vill- troduce a pure food bill that proposes Wrought In emblematic stie mounted the vehicle herself and woven buon granted an absolute divorce. is oponed-facegold, Elgin No. and made the trip through the knobs to require that all adulterated'ifood, In nn exquisite blending of rich colors, von Sumrall, of Danville, watch Judge J. K. liquors, drugs? or anything manufactur can Hud in our stock of rnie Oriental rugs. 50, size lit. They also went through and on of 33 miles, unaccompanied Our cholco stock of donuMlc rugs nnd carUoylu county, has recently made a do- Mrs. Margaret Gill's house and got lime. She doesn't mind work and turns ed for consumption shall be labelled pets show the newest and mo-- t artistic patof $10,000 to assist In founding nation when adulterated, and It lays, a heavy tern and pleasing effects for parlor, libra$2.50. Suspicious parties were seen home afher hand to most any tiling In ry dining room, hall or bedroom, and our ihu Southern I'rosbyturlan Thoologl. hero on Wednesday. penalty for a violation of the proposed prices nie as low as the lowest. fairs. act. cal Seminary at Louisville. Cuntral Mr. Solon B. Henry, suKirintcndeut The revenue and taxation committee Methodist. of Lancastor Cemetery, kindly gave BIRTHDAY PARTY will recommend the consolidation cf Chicago In rojwrtod to have 5S.1 W. W. churches, with an me the number of burials In thu last two MRS. II. II M'AXIXCH'sTOTHCRLEURA-TK- the oillces of sheriff and jailer, to take rrolestutit yearn, nity-twworn burled in IMm effect at the expiration of the present aggregate membership of 1M,!W0, and and only 37 in 1S07. This showB a much - - Kentucky. AT MlDDLUHCRU. f?m&&&T Sffl'NL-san average of 293 mombers to utioh mure healthful Onu of the most beautiful and im term of the otllcers elected in Novemstate of nlTuira in the Hranch Store and Undei taking Outfit at - berexcel'lln lllc caaeJ.of Jeffcrson church. This Is uxcluslra of Unitarian, last than In the pressive that tlrt year inontioned, ed in ourevents town has been Wmerf county, where the change wlill go into CathHustonville, Ky. Universalis, Jewish nnd Roman was the elegant, little notwithstanding the talk of so much mtttiwHri in nlTnnt olic churches. birthday dinner at Mr. H. H. McAn-Inchsickness last year. People forgot. The shaker apolntcd the House A mooting of BaptUt ministers of on Saturday hist, in honor of his On Monday, Judge J. S. llobhison -!5.W? cammlttecs Monday. Following are Knoxvllle, askod Rev. J. T. Hickman, nnd Mr. J. W. Miller, presidents of tho wife's 70th milestone. By 10 o'clock the chairmen of the more important pastor of the Smith wood clturch, to Vis, We've Got to Give two Danville roads, on which gates tho house was crowded with children, oues: Judiciary. J. Morgan Chlnn, of He was convicted of betraying a were destroyed last Saturday night, ap- graiulciiuurcn, great grnnucuuuruu, Mercer; general statues, B. W. Brad-burgirl while conducting a revival at plied to Judge Burnslde for guards. and old friends from Boyle, Lincoln of Bowling Green; corporations, Ho is a married man and has Four men were allowed aud loll Is be- and Casey counties. All seemed in Claude Desha, of Harrison: railroad, .1. leak. IL three children. ing collected In the faco of the threats great glee and harmony characterized M. Meloan, of Calloway: revenue Row Thomas K. Moore foil dead from made by the raiders. It Is said the that eAory movement. At 12 o'clock and and taxation, Emmett Orr, of Owen; nn ajoplectlc stroke In the midst of his some who travel over the roads that dining-roodoor wao thrown open The mild winter has caused our stock of coal to accumulate and wo will HarjH charitable Institutions, John T. Hin-tofor the nevt 10 davs ill co.iU of all kinds at fertuon at the Baptist church in are not free decline to pay toll, on the dinner announced, and all those who of Bourbon; municipalities, S. cr, Ktw. Mr. Moore was one of the live grounds that they should not bo re- had the pleasure of entering should feel Smith, of Louisville: State pris1S05, originated the did young mon who. In do so, and also to pay tax to highly honored, for never in time ons, South Trimble, of Franklin. Hon. In London, quired to taSalvation Army movement purchase other roads where no toll is human eyes behold a more bcuutlful In order to reduce our .stock. Now Is tho time to buj while prices are lowM. F. North is given the chairman" , and was one of the ttrst to start the charged. They claim that this would ble. There was nothing in the eatable er than you will find them ngatn and you can haul your coal while you ate ship of propositions and grievances and Wescrusade In this country. Idle. Please call at our yard-- , and be convinced that the above Is true. be paying their own loll and helping to line loft out and with Mrs. Mattie tho sick room at Frledrlchsruh pay for others In other parts of the ley, Mrs. Lulti McAnlnch and Misses a place on general statues, court of apFrom peals and on printing. Hon. J. R. como loud and savage denunciations of county. Mallssa and Jeunle McAnlnch as walof hfo. "I guests were well attended to Mount is chairman of immigration and sx the vanity, mUery and folly Tho fiscal court convened on Wed- lers, the m rn have never known happiness," suys nesday to hear propositions In refer- aad all seemed to enjoy the dinner labor. hi' The caucus for librarian was a lively numlived too long. in Bismarck. "I have ence to the sale of other turnpikes. Be- hugely. Their children, seven Death would bo a joyou relief from a fore noon they purchased tho four miles ber, except one, Mrs. Mary Williams, nffair aud it had to adjourn at midnight never light burden that has now be- of the new Danville road, which lies in of Junction City, who was too feeble to Tuesduy dead locked. The first ballot come nn Intolerable torture." What a this county, for $700. If bonds are au- attend, grandchildren present too nu- stood: Miss Hardin, 17; Miss Calhonn, 15; Miss Sublett, 13: Miss Barnett, proof of the words of Soloman: "Vani- thorized in November the cash will be merous to count, and two Miss Lucas, and Miss Crutcher, Oeachi U vanity." ties of vanities. All of MrsKIlu Cowan were prespaid, but If not per cent interest will Presiding Elder, Rev. Dr. Vaughun, be paid until the debt Is liquidated by ent. The total number In attendance Mrs. Martin und Miss Cochran, Seach; received n telegram Monday from his annual payments out of a levy of 2.j was fS. Mrs. McAnlnch was the recip- Miss Ingles, 7; Mrs. Boyd, 0. Mrs. wife, In El Paso, Texas, announcing the cents on each $100 of property. The ient of a great many presents. Those Boyd, Miss Lucas and Miss Cochran departure at 4 o'cl'k were dropped after the fourth ballot in ad news of the doath of his daughter, price given was the amount .One more lot of. at which present took tholr they were lifted for a the order named. On the ninth and some Miss Evangeline. Miss Vaughan, the road was valued by tho commis- and they felt ns if time since, had gone South for her sioners, who were sent out for that time Into a higher and purer realm and last ballot tho other candidates stood as health and recently becoming ill from purpose, and the court will not vary departed hoping that unother year follows: Miss Hardin, 20; Miss Cal17: Miss Ingles, 14; Misses 'Barthe droad disease consumption, her from the, values fixed by them, in any would llnd the dear old father and houn, and Sublett, 13 each; Mrs. Martin mother had gone to her bedside. Tho iustauco. So the owners of the other mother as happy and as able to receive nett and Miss Crutcher, 12 each. remains will be brought here. roads must accept or reject the figures their guests as they have been on this Wednesday night on the 20th ballot correspondSayings. To bo given away with each 23c worth of llxed on them. The court will convene beautiful occasion. Your the joint democratic caucus at Frankent was Invited but was unable to at- fort nominated Miss Pauline Hardin, of again Friday. KIDD'S STORE. Lula A sensation was created hero on tend and ho is indebted to Mrs. Coviugtou, for State Librarian. The Mrs. Walker Lyon has hud a changMcAnlnch acd Miss Jennie McAnlnch Wednesday when it was reported that Ilnal ballot stood before the nomination Palmer, of Mading guest In Miss Lena Circuit Clerk Hamilton had refused to who took notes for him. was made unanimous: Miss Hardin, ison county. It is said that Walker was accept County Judge Burnsldo's bond D. N. Prowitt bought 47; Mrs. Martin, 22; Miss Ingels, IS; IlunuLK. 'to Ills corps of a hand-om- o forced to add a bell-bo- y picture worth T3c. Habbltt's Soap sells six cakes for 23c. because It was not offered In time, the at 3c. Miss Sublett, 13. Mrs. Martlu announc- Wo will give you and Is thu,best soap made. and tlnds a new door bell on law requiring It to bo made on the first somo fat hogs of Frank Rlgney servants and some shoals of R. L. Hubble, Jus. ed her candidacy two years hence. want list for New Year. the Monday of the year. Tho judge, clerk Underwood Bros, at 2.0.". RllTo Academy, the famous educa- and County Attorney Owsley drove to Wilmot and & is visiting Mrs. Geo. A rural citizen of Georgia, who feels tional institution of this city, closed Stanford to submit the matter to Judge Miss Mamie Lyun Woods. Dr. O'Bannon was called to that he'has boon slandered by a neigh on 21th. Miss Esslo its annual term Saulloy who, I understand, advised the Tuesday, to Burch, as principal, demonstrated In clerk to take tho bond for reasons see Bill Williams' child aud brou-clii- bor, writes the Atlautn Constitution to say: had, the pneumonia tho universal Infatuation of pupils a which are only partially known to me. which Too the Publick About a Slander-som- e trouble. Tho turkoy sales of this magnetism that is as rare us enviable, Likely one was because he could hold man, wlch bin name is community in 1S9G amounted to $2, of the nnd the phenomenal progress was H87.91, I forbair too Denounce the to under Ills old bond until another at 5 and 6c. and in 1S07 to children Induces dotermlnntlon executed, and because no ono could deat and 7c. G. A. Swinebroad snenkin devile as he deserves, boln a on her employment place an embargo clare tho olllce vacant, without some of cattle from ?:ennes-se- o Chrystln, and follerin the Golden Rule, elsewhere so long us we can tempt her legal proceeding in which the facts received a load Georgo Wood is back though a Free Silver man In politicks. Wednesday. return. . would bo developed and because there from Chattanooga, Tenn., with a lot of But I want to say If he sed Sister Hol is some conllict betweon tho constituA PRONUNCIATION PUZZLU. slon cattle. Jos. Sutton sold his crop ly Hlggins sed the Preecher sed that I Isolated In tho oasis, soon tion and tho statute fixing a certain of tobacco in Louisville this week for sed that Uccthen Missions mout be a acclimated and had ample leisure day for the execution of the bond. 0c average. Dr. Evans, of Texas, dam, ho is a Llor In Prayer meetln and to contemplate all tho economic dotnlls Judge Burnsido says that tho bond had preached n good sermon at the Metho- endurin Church, an I kin whip him Havo It put on while tho weather Is bad. of bor Inextrlablo sword. The wound been signed for somo time and ho had dist church here last Sunday morning with ono hand tyed behind my baeK resitted tho alloputhlc misogynist, who neglected to submit It to tho circuit and night. weekday or Sundaa gave a courteous diagnosis and humbly clork. Mi&s Mattiu Buckley, of Barren, for a tiny Idyl In m.n..nii A statement of tho results of tho opThe cyclonic tendencies of tho last orations of tho L. & N. for tho past six took strychnine in the presence of her an aesthetic, the form of a vaso with acoustic apparatus. This told tho news soveral days climaxed in a terrible tern months shows tho gross earnings wcro lover, Joe Sims, with whom sho had like a book, but it might have been a pest at Fort Smith, Ark., which killed $11,054,737; operatlngiexpenses, $7,294,-57- quarreled, and died in a short time. peoplo aud wounded hundreds of otharrested not earnings from tratlle and in- - Later. Sims has been dog Jiving in squalor from the look sho 60 ers. Wrecked houses caught flro and nmn.. SU.OI0.000. an increase in not charged with administering tho nolson at him, when ho wrote down launched horror to tho situation. earnings compared with 1S96, of $298 himself. his address. Sho ate her breakfast and added further Rachnel Bush, John Bush, Sr., and national oxport A Maine girl earned $200 lost sum- 76L Tho total surplus Is $1,075,043, an then fraternized with a Headed toy U. S. tfiOOZL, 1)0. 38,353. attended the ob- - mer selling four-leclovers at 10 cents increase of $100,801. An increase of John Bush, Jr., respectively mother, In appendicitis, who snn of Klover's Model, No. 29,719. the' greatest breeding hog living, and IIDNDLEV9 each to a Boston jeweler, to bo made 31.01 per cent. In net earnings for six father and son, were sentenced at nr.AHDE. No. 12.691, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11.007. Finn. Bcnulea. a . .,.. vAimi. twvirs reauv ior survicu. A few show gilts old enough to breod.and.... ... sows to serve live years each in tho bred into good luck bungles. Is an excellent showing, and months r ... IU OU1U, rill. la u.rti la oti.1111. ,1 f u . il a a In nvnp. '"V-"...1 iu w If, v.iu,.,t ulk Tbethlmblo Bwallowcd by a little "IU 4U11WVU111.., u..ir-oxeceds that made by any penlientlary for burglary. Harris-burpedigrees. ' Prices reasonablo and satisfaction guaranteed, write your wants or como and Chief Haager, of Louisville, has is probably daughter of W. E. Harris at Tho child of W. L. Sullivan, of was located In her lung by sued an order to tho police to seo that lino In tho South. good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln N. C, weighing only 2 pounds, is bCA few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They areA. E. HUNDLEY, Box 103, Danville, Duck was s nro kopt ip confinement on Tho body of Theodore Durrant Ky. EjjgMl for 13. ray and removed and tho child is no an X dead. cremated at Pasadena, Cal. their beats. now out of danger. 17-2- 0. THE GLOBE, PICTU Mr -- self-sustaini- ng FEMES. CBBOAS, Shades, Paints, Wall Paper. Window Glass nishes Brushes A. E. 75-2- m e. d, ox D WITHERS, o I J'rr!1 Stanford. 's !- n. Ma-ryvill- e. n, m n, At-wo- od I I I I 1 COAL -- IT COST I i 1 I Actual Cost ! J. H. BAUGHMAN CO i great-graud-ehlldr- 1 liar-rodsbu- rg Handsome OilPaintings B. T. Babbit's Best Soap.. HIGGINS 7UTKINNEY. al -- well-know- n: WEiHAVE A )3 Cleo-patr- a, be-ca- lop For That MM krs Of ! B. K. WEAR EN A SOW. 5; Hign Locust Herd Reg. Poland CQinas. m af M Beat-tyvll- le -- - ... g, Pa-duca- h, red-bird- Ajj.(TiarttiWtfVirr'it-iWtTOTIt- i U.ii . 4 V ' VtftfUaMi nn W , v' ."rtAl iJfW'.isral.. wir1j V ,' ' t 47 'w1 flEa-r- " " t i Nearly $5,000,000 wortlv of patent When two footpads attacked thdeon- - upon a victory beneficial to the conn ductur of a street car in Chicago and try, but upon your feadcrship in a con medicines aro exported from tho UnitTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL tried to rob him, the three male, pas- test worthily won, undor the mo9t try- ed Kingdom each year. W. L. Dorman and three friends THE sengers jumped otT and ran, but Miss ing circumstances. Commissioner Evans will make him from Laporto. Ind., who went to tho Sadie Willinms went to his rescue and Jan. 14. 189S with her hair pin succeeded in putting self unpopular with the pension attor- Klondike, froze to death while enrouto. Stanfokd. Ky., MO KEY MAKING TIME "WJ. the robbers to (light. Afterwards, very neys if ho doesn't mind. He 6ays of Charlc? F. Kondall, president of the For uj. With (lie dawning of the New woman-likshe thought the matter ov- them: "There are good men ongaged Kendall Knitting Co., with factories nt W. P. WALTON. Ycnr wo begin n trumemluous oflbrt to tin A picture of the hero- in the pension attorney business, but Camden, Utlca and Syracuse, N. Y., er and fainted. lond our winter goods as wu do not want ine and her. weapon is now having a the majority of them remind me of died of heart disease In tho dining to carry goods from one season to nuoth-ethat beautiful bird that sails through room of tho Burnett House, In Cincindown to great run in the dailies. HON. M. F. North buckled nnd thus present again to tho general the uir so gracefully, but which the nati. business Monday and although it was The Louisville Commercial is mov- laws prohibit killing. The governMrs. Jeanncttc Robinson Murphy, a puiclimlng public another one of thoto an unusually pood day for presentnot new quarters on Market ment has continued to pay pension at- young Kentucky widow, in Now York, ing bills and resolutions he pot in the ing into itswill begin the issue of an torneys for soliciting business for U0 is making a big success of the unique Street and following: A bill to amend the school paper in n few days. years. Enough of thlb has been done. calling of singing Southern black mamevening one cent law with reference to election of trus- . tn r.n'nnr nnrenna frnm nlTfiflnf Under the management of Mr. Frank A law should bo passed that In future my songs, at fashionable entertain Gregory, this paper has taken on a new no fwj ghou,a bo pa,d ny attorney or ments. for s'alc the flesh of any diseased animal w nua Pro,ra,se9 lo Z ai ine claim agent for nny claim filed for pen The suit of Mrs. Al Mnrtln ogalnst or one dying otherwise than by .laugh. 'casc of hcad the sions. That would put an end to the the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance ter; to amend the statutes so that exam, j Company, of Newark, to recover a 0 Now that the race for librarian has pension scandals." ining courts shall not receive more than policy on the life of her fnthor, The Louisville Post publishes a telepay been settled the Legislature can get $2 for one day's service; to deduct Winter in Just beginning nnd there will "Dick' Tate, was begun nt for special judges from that of the reg- down to real business. Miss Pauline gram from New York that the Journal, bo weeks yet for you to wear winter goods ular judge, unless the latter be sick or Hardin, of Covington, was nominated which has supported Bryan from the Frankfort Monday. and it will bo best to buy whilo we are apIt is stated that the Rothschilds will disqualified: to provide that guards to and her picture shows that she is as start, has thrown him overboard, beplying the knife. Is showing narrowness, or Ir build a railroad into tho Yukon counconvicts shall receive 10 cents a mile beautiful as It is claimed by her friends cause ho To clean out Capes and Jnckctn wo ritating obstinacy, cither of which try over tho Dalton trail. Tho road but one way in conveying them; to that she is worthy. have cut the price to should be detrimental to his ambition, will bo about 400 miles long'nnd the make it unlawful for first cousins to $10 Jackets lor 5 POLITICAL- POINTS. and must be harmful to the immediate cost of construction and equipments Is declaring incestuous and marry aud $8 Jacket for 14 void all such marriages; to prohibit The president has appointed John F. prospects of the movement he repre- estimated at 38,000,000. fS Capes for 14 Mayfleld Is in a fever of excitement persons from setting a fire, which is Jones postmaster at Catlettsburg and sents. The persistency with which ho f5 Cajws for J2.60 clings to 16 to 1 as if that were not only over the brutal ravishing of tho 11- liable to spread to the land of another; Thomas Mason at Ludlow. 15 child' Jacket at 12 50 daughter of Mrs. Gertie Baiin the democratic ycar-ol- d of equalizato abolish the Stato board Of the 20.000 Washington govern- the solitary tenet 13 60 child's Jacket at 12 Ac. tion; to abolish and consolidate with ment clerks, nearly d are wo- creed, but the axis of the revolving ley, by a Negro man, a worthless charSubstantial values in ladle knit underthat'of auditor the ollice of register of men, who receive from 8600 to 81,S00 cosmos, betrays cither Mr. Bryan's In- acter named Bob Blanks and he Is cerwear. Veils at 15c, 20c, 25c, nnd 40c capacity to comprehend Bryanlsm or tain to bo lynched if caught. lands and to require owners of dams yearly. worth double the amount. Children's Fourteen large department stores in across certain streams to construct and James R. Pnch has announced his his dogged disposition that refuses to union suits 21c Sepcrate vests nnd pants keep in repair fish ladders over said candidacy against his brother, Sam J. acknowledge what is presented to nis Denver have combined and demand at 20c per mi it. presents Pugh, present Congressman from the eyes, and those of every other intelli- that tho newspapers of that city reduce dams. In addition to these he a constitutional 9th district. country, whether for advcrtisclng rates 20 per cent. The gent man in the ed a resolution for A CUT IN HOSIERY amendment to create a board of parSenator Money, of Mississippi, will or against the Chicago platform of tho newspapers are resisting tho deman d and an interesting fight is in progress. dons, to consist of the lieutenant gov- bo chosen as chairman of the democrat- new democracy. 40c calmcre hose at 25c ernor, secretary of state, auditor and ic Congressional committee to succeed In Christian county, Purk Wilson 25c cnsiiiierc Uoo at 15c BRIEF NEWR NOTES wns shot through tho heart and instantattorney general, who make recommen- Senator Faulkner. Fleece lined at 15c and 20c per pair. dations when advisable for executive Blankets that sold at 35 go now at 13.50 printer, ly killed by Claud Wadllngton. Wad- By a majority of only one Hanna was D. C. Barnctt, Capt. clemency, and another to abolish the foisted on the country till March, 1905. died at Frankfort. llngton accused Wilson of stealing a Blankets that sold nt 3.50 go now nt fl! M) orlice of commissioner of agriculture. but it took many 310,000s to do it. Illnnkets that told nt (1,50 go now nt 00c The daily output of print paper in bridle. WlUon, who was married, was All of the bills are good and the resoCouifoit.s that were sold nt 75c II nnil The republicans nominated MissNo-r- a the U. S. is between 1,200 nnd l,o00 shot twice through the heart and lutions in the line of retrenchment and lungs. f 1.75 at earlier part of j.enson go now nt Vansant, of Metcalfe, for librarian, tons. reform and if Mr. North shall succeed thus making her the victim of a mis50e, 75c and f 1, All distilleries in the vicinity of VerIt is reported that Indians nre on tho In having them adopted, he will come Ladles' dress goobs nrc receiving thi in n few warpath in Oklahoma, seeking revenge placed confidence. sailles will resume operations back to a grateful constituency wearbig cut. Men and boy's clothing wru for the burning of tho two Semlnolci1, Marcus A. Hanna was elected United days. ing feathers in his cap and laurels on States Senator at the joint session of never before knifed as they arc now. You An order for tho removal of all the McGelscy nnd Simp:on, by a mob last his brow. can almost get the Ohio Legislature for both the long slot machines has been made in Louis- week, and that 25 citizens of Pottawatomie county have been killed. An We had never a doubt that Marcus and short terms. He received 111 votes. ville. A SUIT FOR A SONG Had ley A. Sutherland, who murder- armed posse of cltlzons is in pursuit of At last things are coming the farmAurelius Hanna would not be elected Call and see tho savages. Senator from Ohio, though we had er's way. J. Hoge Tyler is the first ed his mistress, was electrocuted at At Newborn. N. C, Robert Hancock, hopes that he would not be. With un- tiller of the soil Virginia has called Sing Sing. There have been over 400 new Indus 55, nppointcd by Gov. Russell president limited means at his disposal, with the to the gubernatorial chair for 40 years. T. I) KANEY, Manngiir tries started In the South In tho last of the Atlantic fc North Carolina, and McKinley administration which ho Speaker Reed has called a halt on one of the leading republicans in that three months. owns at his back, and venal republican private pension bills, and the House eon of Georce Or- State, is charged by Annie Abbott, his The legislators to work on, it was hoping pensions committee will hereafter reagainst hope though, that this repre- fuse to consider the majority of these ange, of Logan county, hung himself. wife's niece and alo his stenographer, aged 17, with ruining her. Shu suett Cause unknown. hensible figure in politics would be measures. Good I woman atAgonquIn, 111., confessed for 310,000 damages. She says he forcA eliminated. After all the talk about a Charles face bryan has been ap ed her to comply with his wishes. majority against him und after the pointed minister to Brazil, and the Chi- that she murdered her proved stories of attempted bribery nese mission, for which Mr. Bryan was One man was killed and a loss of LAND AND STOOK COLUMN. by him, he showed up on the first first selected, has been given to Edwin 315,000 caused by an early morntng fire ballot in the separate Houses with H. Congor, of Iowa. O. P. Huffman bought of J. II. enough votes to elect and he was electThe Ohio Legislature voted down a at Russcllvllle. BY n bunch of hogs at .ie. million dollars In gold is stored Five ed by joint ballot Wednesday. United resolution to investigate the charges John S. Goodc, of Hustonville, sold States Senatorships are usually put up of bribery made against, Hanna, but in Dawson, and will be brought to the to G. W. Dugan a bay golding for 3150. - they will be investigated by the news- - States in the spring. to tho highest bidder and this disgraceJohn Wilsou sold a bunch of mounTho large planing mill of J. A. ful episode in such elections calls loud- - papers and the courts, Shropshire & Sons, at Georgetown, tain cattle to Robinson, of Garrard, at of sena-- j er than ever for the election Senator Chandler, after a conference 21c tors by a direct vote of the people. It with President McKinley, announced was destroyed by fire. Arch Dixon was sentenced to serve Powell & Harper, of the West Knd, j that the latter stands firmly in favor of isn't so easy to bribe them. . international bimetallism and intends 19 years in the penitentiary, for raping sold to Davis, of Cumberland county, , , Also carries a Nice Line of Harness, .Saddles, Bridles, a Blanche Cabell, at Henderson. black jack for 31S0. to again send envoys to Europe. Huggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. after a record with a vengeance. He Judge Puul, of the Federal cQurt at Bourbon county pays her superinten Logan Wood bought of Boone Bros. be in power never expects his party to Rjoai Opposite Court-Hou- sc Bristol, Tenn., has taken another swipe dent of roads $1,200 a year, which Is 20 shouts at 2Jc and of Buchanan Bros. Square, Stanford, Ky again so he has presented a bill to re- at State sovereignty, holding that State S200 more than the county judge gets. 30 hogs at tho same price. duce the salary of nearly every impor1 he mule taxes can not be collected on property in Uarren county tant officer in the State from governor in the hands of receivers of his court. One of Louisville's new enterprises is unuaiially market Prices on the anibrisk. for 1S0S will bo an establishment for to circuit judge, which if adopted Tho people of Louisiana, by a decis- the manufacture of horseless carriages. mals jumped from $50 to 370 last week. would save the State $60,000 a year. ive majority, have voted for a constiR. R. Karly, o( Versailles, sold to Charles Sanderson, known as the He would reduce the judges of the MM tutional convention, the principal ob- largest man In Indiana, Is dead of Liggett & Myers, of St. Louis, 90,000 court of appeals to 8)1,500, circuit judges ject of which will be the adoption of pounds of tobaecq at an avurngo of 11 J Ho weighed 405 to $2,000 and so on. Many, of the salar- an educational qualification for voters. pounds. cents. ies, if not all., are too high, but it is alleged slay- - J. B. Oontry's good racer, Oral, In Senator Farrls presented a bill to Mrs. Augusta Nack, the not likely that a bill for such sweeping It is very necessary this Cold Weather to Keep the Body Warm.' C. B. Rom's string, won at New Orreductions will 00 passed, especially on amend the mob law so as to compel cor- er of Guldensuppe, the Now York leans Tuesday. lie was favorite In tho You can do so by buying a Good was sentenced to 15 years Im" the recommendation of a republican, porations desiring guards to bear the books. to help him ' expenses, which if passed, will amount prisonment. who does so for buncombe James R. Kcene, who recently Soth Burrows, a cowboy of El Paso, in the race he expects to make for Con practically to a repeal of the Martin Mex- bought Ben Brush from Miko Dwyer law. Texas, got Into a fight in Juarez, gress. It Is said thut President McKinlev ico, and killed four men before ho was for $25,000, will send his purchase to England: The fact that the editor of this pa- - wm fn a few ,jUVH sdlu, ,in oner ex. himself slain. per is referred to in the Louisville ' ernpting from civil service regulations Mrs. Mary C. White will rent her Mexico now has lady bull lighters, Times as "the old sinner" is proof posi- - deputy internal revenue collectors, Brooklyn has lady foot ball players and fine farm on tho Hanging Fork publictlve that that old reprobate, Mr. Laurie deputy marshals and several other po- - Middletowu, N. Y., has u lady street-ca- r ly on the 27th, at which time she will Heavy Lined, Water Proof Hoots and in fact any thing that goes to ulso sell her personalty. make the body comfortable. j. .uiuKuiy, luit; ui mc iuviijKiuii vuin- - tions. Bring the money TERMS CASH motorman. A. T, flunn, of Adair, tells us that he raonwealth, is helping Emmett Loguol MJs3 Mary E. NUs0n) 0f Boston, who A Massachusetts farmer, his wife to make the editorial page corrusti- - ha3 been appointed by Gov. Wolcott and adopted daughter were murdered sold in this county 18 pluln monntnin cate. He is not as well acquainted with factorv inspector of the police force, in their beds. A hired man is suspect cattle at 321.25 and a bunch of good the meek and lowly Christian spirit has ha"d a wIde experience in labor cir- - ed of the crime. yearlings at 4c. ...... vuiutuig iuio juuiuuiiabtu . UlUlb a mil .... ti o . nnntnnniMi Jerry C. Caldwell, of Boyle, has sold niutu cles, and is regarded as a conservative William T. Goodwin, as his partner in crime, or he would and crop of wheat on 400 acres woman. of Bagdad, was fined 8189 and sentenced his growing never be guilty of such indiscretion. If A dispatch from Washington says to six months In jail for embezzling to Anderson & Splllman to be taken at the Times wishes to avoid a libel suit, that Col. D. R. Collier, who Is there, threshing time at 70c a bushel. nwlAn funrla the management will see that we are acknowledges that he has no chance for P. P. Nunnelley sold In Atlanta ,'lu Louis, Otto Willie was senAt St. . 1 nereauer reierreu to as a saint anu not.1 the surveyor3hip) wnich js m01.e the tenced to 25 years In prison for mur- cotton mules at all tho way from $2.' to as asinner. pity. His friends in this section hop- dering his sweetheart because she 865. He reports the market very dull, Jf you owe tho fin- - of Karri & Hardin except for the very best class of mules. ed to see him fill the place again. bleached her hair. We have received with the complid A 1,000 to The Mississippi Legislature, in sepasteer left my William T. Goodwin, ments of the Courier Journal its splenrate session, cast a majority of votes of Bagdad, was fined $189 and sentenc- placo ubout three weckB ago. Reward did almanac for 189S. is replete It with valuable information, Its 500 pages for H. D. Money for United States ed to six months in jail for embezzling for his return or information leading to recovery. Geo. S. Shelby, Shelby We don't liko to sue and ask an an cnjiccinl favor that you treating of over 10,000 subjects moro or Senator, but owing to a difference money order funds. " between State and Federal statues will The capital of Amboyna, one of tho City. less at length. Matters of interest to Lyon & Allen, of tho West End, have Moluccas Islands, was demolished by every class of citizens is contained in take another ballot next Tuesday. "We can look the Dingley bill over an earthquake. Fifty persons were contracted to furnlHh O. P. Huffman 25 cents no it and at the low price of with his beeves this year. It is to be and can point to nearly a hundred mil- killed and 200 injured. one can afford to do without it. Send Come tip and Pay Liko n Van, lion dollars taxes levied directly upon in a St. Louis hoped that they will buy no old cows Corbctt announced amount to the Courier Journal Co. and the poor people of the country und theatre where he was playing, that ho or work cattle. get it postpaid or leave it with us and Will DoLong sold to parties In Norplaced in the pockets of the trusts." would glvo Fitzslmmods 8:15,000 If he we will see that you get it. folk, Va., 27 cotton mules at 870. Frank Letter of A. L. Conger, a republican did not whip him In 10 rounds. AFTElta week or two of debate, dur- and a member of the stair of Gov. The Duke of Lltta is suing his wife Rook, of Danville, Tenn., who brought ing which the republicans gave the civ- Bushnell, of Ohio. for divorce in a French court and names a lot of sheep to this city, has sold il service law all sorts of bard licks, Shoe manufacturers are about to King Humbert, of Italy, as corespond- about 100 at an average of 2.U3. Advothe talk was brought to an end Tues- make a cut in wages, and the responsi- ent, by whom he claims his wife had a cate. Jim Bledsoe, of Paris, Mo.? had the day after a tie vote, 125 to 125, which bility for it is laid upon the Dingley child. the speaker untied by voting in the af- tariff, which put an exhobltant duty Miss Klla Barnes, of Birmingham, heaviest bunch of cattle so far reportfirmative. Then the body went right on raw hides. The Armours and big Ala., who threw a lighted lamp at Miss ed. When he put them on feed Jan. 1, along and passed the appropriation for packing concerns aro benefited by tho Bessie Thomas, burning hor to death, they averaged 1,150 pounds. Ho sold them ut home at 5c. in October, when the civil service commission just as if duyt, but it does just where was acquitted on tho grounds of no assaults hod been made on it. they averaged 1,028 pounds. the protection to labor comes in. H S ff-- ! ! H ! President McKinley tolegraphed his Eb Howard was acquitted at Thorcaa W. Grillln, of Syarcuso, N. When fej fi It is said that a member has already congratulations to Hanna as follows: Bowling Green of horse mealing, his Y., bought in Lexington Miss Browndrawn up a resolution requesting Sen- The result now plainly forecast is one female relatives who woro in tho court ing, 2:24. for $1,000; NUola, a brown ator Lindsay to resign, which he will In which our best citizenship, Irrespcc- - room, shouted, and some of tham hug-- 1 mare by Darknlght, for $1,100, and of introduce if he is not confined In tho tlve of party, will profoundly reioico fjed the jurors. Howard 1b only 18year R. G. EvanH, of Danville, a Home of the Simples in the meantime. 1 congratulate you heartily, not only o "a1'0 bv Russell, for $1,000. IT'SALLOYER - e, r, ; , I $5,-00- Qrcat Bargain Opportunities oue-hnl- f. - one-thir- i ex-Sta- te The Louisville Store. step-daught- SE2S2SlrSiE5KaSE2i; UODGKCAKinG ' l Mc-Alist- cr I J. c. M'CLARY, Practical Trimmer, Embalmerand Funeral Director. ld 200-iH)un- d blood-poisonin- g. ' KEEP mLM, rffl 1ft bath-rubbe- r, Overcoat, Oversnoes, Ear muffs, Warm Soft Underwear, Gloves, v 'M J ... H. 025-poun- d J. McROBERTS. 5.." f V5 'V clear-heade- d 1 TO YOU ! I 1,100-poun- You must Settle Your fleet, at once. Us To Sue You. Dojt Force MARK HARD!), - STANFORD. ?! fefiS$53!g u B Will S Z SI Ig r i f lirii-inniAifgSS- not-nppca- r self-defens- e. lis mU rt is fey PMg'f fiji aHri imlM g " 05 four-year-ol- d, 1 rd isx.iuji.4uu.'.a&.1 j "!" Miiru;IH-hr;- -. T, ... f miiHnnai WVJ..neM.'.iwl-i-,te6l- s MHi....illii, f,,,1TO'f JW. .' - , . t I' three times and Is charged with bigaThis beats tho devil of the SomIIOUSi: for rent. Mr. N. A. Tyreo. erset Reporter, though ho has two A NICK suite of rooms over Hlgglns years Tho Second Seslon of tho Collegiate Year, to go on yet. will open COALnt cost, See ml. J. II. Bai!gh fc McKinney's store for rent. Will Garner and Miss Hattic BuchKv., -- Jan. 14, 1898 mnn & Co. Stanfokd, J"a,zruia,r37A GOOD deal of fencing and a num- anan, both of the East End, were marGilmiam and buckwheat Hour at pupils entering at ber of trees were blown down during a ried ut Eld. J. G. Livingston's by that New on or write Mas. that time will do received Into tho classes. Tor full Information call to S.un.r.v at the Collego or write for catalogue. E. C. Walton, Businiss Manaolh. Hlgglns cc McKinney's. storm in the Hall's Gup section Wed- gentleman Wednesday afternoon. The WILLIAM SHELTON. Phf.sidbnt. groom Is an industrious, clever young HiooiNS & McKinney arc ngents nesday evening. man nnd his bride is both pretty and for Champion binders and mowers. CASH PAID for Hfo insurancu Wailm, rainy weather has prevailed popular. A(ldroM V. S. Allen, 1. O. box, Special prices on cottons and sheet- all week till yesterday when It began A triple wedding in one family on the l.r)7, Danville, Ky. Si'KCiAL or (lilllcult prescription ings for January. Severance & Sons. to get cold and the prediction Is for same day docs not often occur, but it colder and fair work n.iiy bo left to ns with the utmost did In the Parrlsh family at Horse We have a full stock of Falls Branch contldi ncc. Penny's Drug Store. Na- Cave, when a brother and two sisters THE old directors of the First Coal now. J. II. Baughman k Co. s were married. The contracting tional Bank of Stanford were PERSONAL GOSSIP. were: W. P. Munnelly and Miss Five thousand yards new laces nnd Tuesday with tho exception of Mr. Mits W S. WakuhN remains very embroideries at Severance fc Sons. K. L. Tanner, who wished to retire, Delia Parrlsh, F. C. Parrlsh and Miss n 111. nnd W. P. Walton was chosen in his Marietta Wither, Dr. W. W. McPher-soAT-and Miss Lizzie Parrlsh. The L See our steel beam Oliver before you stead. Mits. William Rich went to & N. railroad furnished a special coach n plow. Hlgglns & McKinney. buy Pakdoned, L. S. Wilson, who was to transport the threo tJouples to Cln Mits. CJ. U. Cooi'Klt is spending a Field's Minsteels have contracted serving out a fine In jail for carrying clnnati. few days at Hustonvillc. to appear at Walton's Opera House on concealed Friends here have received invita weaiKms, etc., was pardoned Mits. Holms Cahuiek hue roturnud Feb. 17. as far as tho Imprisonment portion is tlons to the marriage of Mr. Robert from u visit to Junction City. IIohack I30HON, of Casey, was with Lost box containing jewelry between concerned by Gov. Bradley Wednes- Graham Evans to Mies Lilian, daughCedar Creek and Stanford. Leave at day. Wilson, who is working on the ter of Judge Joseph Kincaid Sumrall, his uncle, S. P. Stngg, this week. KY. C. S. near Mllledgevlllc, was tried be- of Danville, which will occur at the Mils. Nannie Owens, of Cumber- this olllce. First Presbyterian church, of that city, fore Squire ColTcy. land Full, Is visiting Mrs. J. B. OwWe will take pleasure in showing at 2:30 p.m., Jan. 20. This marriage ens. FINED. Bubo Hansford was fined S5 you our laces and embroideries. Sevwas announced to occur in the fall but W. A. Young, of Campbellsvllle, in Judge Carson's court for drunken- Mr. Evans was erance fc Sons. taken down with a spell week ngo thut netted 57;t killed u hog a ness and Jesse Hays caught a $3 fine af fever and the prospective bride has In order to reduce our lmmcnce stock for the next thirty days wo will offer a Clean cut pounds. on every article In the house. Wind blew down J. M. Colley's corn for disorderly conduct. The former Is also been ill. MKSRHB. J. II. HOCKKK and J. B. crib and damaged his barn considera working out his fine on the streets. Cook, of Hustonvillc, were hero Wed- bly a few nights ago. John Hayden, for attempting to whip Col. Albert E. Boone, "the railway nesday. Preach Williams, was fined So and pathfinder," is having some tiouble in That will fatten the lean purse, enlarge tho boundary of limited means, broaden and digII. J. Dahst had to postpone his sale costs. All are Negroes. Mits. U. S. Lytle accompanied her Indiana with the proposed and much nify the dollar and bring sunshine Into each life. In the mountains on account of the bad weather till next hunband on hU trip discussed "Black Diamond road." The Tuesday, 18th. See ud. MOUELAND. Mr. T. II. Wright telthis week. people do not like the plans of the comephoned us yesterday the following MKSSKS. II. S. AND K. K. YOUNO pany and unless a change is made it is L. D. Florence, of Daviess Death. More-lau- d Bargains as sure and certain as sunrise. went to Louisville Wednesday to seek county, brother of Postmaster-elec- t very doubtful if the road will over ma- in well chosen goods and the power In low prices are thoThe virtue In values, the beauty J. shipni"nts that wero made from i.uring 1S97: 13 cars of horses, employment. C. Florence, died a few days ago. terialize. 2c.trs of hogs, Gl cars of cattle, 275 Mil W. C. White, of Parksville, In 1S50 the tallest building In New TO YOU. You must pay yournccount earn of lumber and staves, It!) cars of several days with his brother, York.was only five stories high, and Mr. J. M. White. at once. Delay Is dangerous so don't tunbark 1(5 cors hay, 207 hogsheads of the church spires wero high above W. K. Ball, of Garrard, has rented tukc chances. M. S. A; J. W. Baugh- tobacco and 2(1 cars of sheep. them. Now there is but one spire in the nnd moved into the MUoa Warren's man. of our complete and careful selected stock of general merchandise. Tho abovo Is no adTHE marshal of Hustonvillc, Eugene city as high as the tallest building vertising scheme. We are determined and must reduce our stock, which means a clean property on Danville street. s Goode, received an anonymous letter that of Trinity, which Is 2S0 feet above cut. This final reduction has been made on all of our goods to (lay. Dlt. DENNIS moved out without MIL It. W. IIOCKKK.of Kansas City, the other day nsklng him to notify the the street. Ing u word to us or anybody and CCNotlce bargain counter from day to day. and Mrs. I'. W. Logan, who has been In a quarrel over a young lady to gone to grconor pastures with his Hustonvillo it Stanford and Huston-vlll- e CHARLES WHEELER, Prot. The Originator and Prcmoter of Low Prices. visiting him, will arrive it Danville pike owners to with- whom both had been paying attention, who has medicine. Miss Minnie Ultley, draw their or the gates Charles Bowman stabbed Lewis Lamb-u- t been teaching school near Phil, Casey Please call and settle your account. would bo, destroyed no matter how Crutcher, Madison county. Lumb's county, has roturnud to her father'. We have adopted the cash system and muny guards were put at them. It wos wounds ure serious. Bowmun was arrounded out must close up our credit business. W. doubtless the work of some miscreant, rested. Mil A. A. McKinney his 21th year of honorable service In B. MeHoborts. The judiciary committee of the House who wns trying to work a bluff game, will report adversely the salary reducthe First Nationul Bank last Saturday, but he didn't. We offer special valuos in Dimities SUCCESSOR TO J. B. HIGGINS, tion bill. Miss Mamie Westehkiiild. who at 10, 15, 20 and Itfc. You have paid u The old stono house, where the sule Mr. L. to 10c more on the yard for the samo has boon visiting her brothor, of Mr. II. J. Darst will be hold TuesM. Wastorllold, returned to Parksville goods many times. Sevorunce.it Sons. day next, is one of the oldest in this Wednesday. ...I nil section and a well authenticated Icgond Mil W. (!. Lackey has glvon up hi SlIKEIKK Nltwi.AND has tiled his desays that tho late John A. Logan, af Lincoln Circuit C'otut. position us railroad attorney nnd has linquent tax list for publication and it Hutchlns A: Hunt, pliilntln. vs. terwards distinguished us a soldier and W. E. Yiirnoii, Administrator, defendant. Agricultural Implements. Also agent for the Deering Binders, Mowruturnod to St. Louis to practice law will appear Tuosday. It Is not yet too a statesman, first saw the light in it. Ho Notice to Creditors. with Mr. Garoscho. ers and Rakes. Also agent ior the Repairs for the above late to save yourself; see him at once was closely related to the large Logan Pursuant to an order of reference in the Moroland, Mr. and settle. OL'lt corrunpondonl at the November btyled cae made machines. Will be glad to have those who uloeW'7, of said Court allat persons having family in thU section, the old members term T. H. Wright, fontusflxnowsultecrlb-or- s think of buying to see my stock of Last Callpok Taxes. Town proji-urt- y of whom say thnt he was undoubtedly claims upnlnst the estatethornMargaret Ulbb this week. Can't some of our reto the are dlrwted to produce on which tuxus huvo not been paid born there. atlitsotllce InStanford. Ky., onor porters go and do llkowlro? lieforo the 31st day of .limitary, Wi- propMils. W. O. Bhadley has roturnud will be advortisud and sold if tho ownyears ago, Joe Mack erly verllled as tho law directs, and on or Fourteen O. ' to Frankfort from a lengthy stay In ers do not settle with mo at once. Smith left here suddenly nnd had never Iteforo that day the Commissioner will hear d determined any other questions Wilmington City, whore her daughter, J. Newlund, collector. been heard of since, until a few days andtho order of reference and all the parties b m Ml Christine, Is attending college. Introduce proof Foil Sale. One of tho boat family ago, whon his children, James, John Iti Interest herein may lit any ' of the natters the Commtssliriior MclvlNNKY, Hen- horses In Lincoln county, also good MESOAMKS A. A. and Miss Sullic, received a letter writ- set out In the iietltlmi. ry Lammers, C. A. Mooro and CJ. B. It. C WAUKKN, Com r. buggy and sot of harnoss and ten by him to his brother ut Wulnut Jan Uth, 10 Wanrvn nltornlml u meeting of the new kttchun range. Address J. T Hills, Mo., und forwurded to them In It he told his brothor thut lie wits in Junutlnn Cllv Maoctibwj Hive Tue- - Sharrard, Stanford, Ky. & Danks, the jowolcr, for Jewelry. m THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Youit watch will be repaired skillfully by Danks, the jeweler. my 3 Stanford Female College. 1807-0- ? On. ILvo:ria.aor, 24ttli, 1898. X)ll-clc- s. m m THE ANTE INVENTORY to-da- y. par-tic- Slaughter Sale. HUSTONVILLG, Louis-vlllcTucuiln- y. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, .- The Day Dawns for Careful Buyers A Sunburst of Bargains in Your Purse fitted and Eye pleased , Day Light Truths and Shining Realities say-ha- to-da- y, rs U.D.BRIGHT, .A.:isr:D a; M -.- 1- m mm 3STOTIOE. Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Farm Wagons, gkeo? x Com-ml-don- or -, ral-e- bo-fo- re it a: isio: :s day. s, mw9 - LlllEKTY. Mr. John W. Moore tells to sond him 32.". His children are nil Tlli:npK)lntmont of P. M. Mo Rob-urtof the us that 11 now housos uru going up in grown now and hud long since mournKsq., to bo commissioner Kentucky School for the Douf, to ue- - Liberty and that tho town Is booming ed him us dead. ueod Mr. S. II. Shank, was confirmed in many ways. The now planing mill THOSE who huvo un idou that tho will start tip next week, he says. by the Senate. telephone here is used but little will It didn't take W. L. Kvuiw long to THE Economical Lunch Club, after a have it changed by u visit to tho exgot another ixtsltlon us traveling taleslong pluop, will bo revived next Thurs- change. Wednesday was not un uver-ug- o man after his old house assigned, Satday, whon It will meet at Mrs. J. II. day, but ovon then from 7 A. M. to urday. Goods from his iww house, K. m tho Indian Territory, about to dlo, nnd RENTING 1 SALE. Things You Want. 1 will rent publicly on the premUes, Thursday, Jan, Mv farm located 27, 1898, -. Kngolhard, roaehwl merchants here Tuesday. MKS. W. F. BUTCHKli, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams, returned to Lexington W'odmihduv. Her husband is a con ductor on tho C. A: O. Mlt. F. T. Fox, JIL, tho gonial of Danville, has boon hero several times recently, and there is a suspicion that he has gone Into the patent medicine business. ATTOENEY SAM HOOKElt, of RllS-bollvll- an who married pretty Miss Nannie Kennedy, of thin county, has form-u- d u artncrHliip with Mussrs. Ben T. THE Lincoln County Medical Society Perkins and S. Y. Trimble, of Ulkton. held un interesting meeting here TuesIlAHVEY HELM WILKINSON Is tho day und elected olllcers us follows: Dr. youngster which Steele Bailey, president; Dr. E. name of vice president, and Dr. C. M arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Ktl Wilkinson's Tuesday. Grandpa John W. Thompson, secretary. Mooro came up from Casey n8 soon as Bio Mules. Mr. J. J. Spears, of he heard tho news. Morelund section, hud his 10 bunds MIL J. C. FLOUENCE'S appointment the yeurling mule on exhibition here court-da- y us postmnstcr of Stanford has been and it attracted no little attention. confirmed by tho Senate, and It now onHo is by Stigall's jack and promises to ly remains for him to make bond and a world beater. Mr. J. K. Baughtftko charge A good deal of red tnpo bo and this man, of Hustonvillc, has a roaro mule, has to bo measured, however, not quite threo years old, which Is 18 .will tako two or threo weeks. hands high, and still growing. 11 m on the Hanging Fork. 7 miles from Stanford and fi miles from Danfor com, -ville, and about W of which uett-- j of new acros foi oats. Twenty-on- e meadow and about K.Vaeros of blue-gra-- .s. The duelling and other improvements are In ilrst-cla.- '. condition, new corn crib-- , large tobacco barn, and fertile laud to go lit , state of Baughman's from 2 to 4 l. M. All the 0 l. M. there woro 11.1 culls. The greut-os- t tobacco. Thi-- land Is In a good lie grownculacres to in tivation Flfty-elgold members are cordially Invited. corn is good od and 10 acres is bottom laud were for Hlgglns ifc McKinney, been which T5 and the next Buughmun's stubie, 13. on the acre. bushels of corn has rented grown as a Tho farm will Iks to THE tuachurs who expected their INTEUIOE Journal was away whole or in tract- -. draw the other day, wuro disappointed The At the -- ame time will -- ell eight oarllng down in the list with three, but It steers and heifers and four calve-- , live -- ows when Supt. Singleton told thorn the -, up for it yesterday. and pig- work mules, brood mates and othmoney had not como. It Is now said It made ...I.I.- er hor-- e stock, a lot of locust po-t- -, amii '' .'Id Saturday in Febru will be hero the When Judge Bailey got home the .'10 birrels corn and IS or 15 ton- - of hay, and of other night ho found somebody else's a lot alMHou-eho- my and Kitchen rurultuie. ary. Will Fell farming machinery of all BulTalo robo in his buggy. Ho proba- Kinds. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. A THIEF entered Mrs. Kute Dudder-ur'- s bly didn't steal it, but his conscience Terms made known on day of -- ale. residence on Lancaster street, hurts him, und ho will return it to the 90 MKS. MAUV C. WHITE, Hubble, Ky. while the family were at dinner u few one who can provo It as his property. LESSONS IN days ago, and got away with the $17 After the above was put in typo, Miss laid by to pay her tuxes with. Jcanniu Folnnil came In to advertise she had Physical Cuke And Vocal Expression. No clue. ht m ld our store. Things you want for your January sewing have Just taken possession of Here they are. 8 Laces, Embroideries, Cambrics, Longcloths, Cotton. Nalnsooki, Dimities, LInon Lawns, Sheetings, Muttons, Threads, We selected our stock from (lrt Importations and of course procured A.c. the choicest pattern. Last year you exclaimed, "what dainty lacos and embroideries for such a reasonable price." This Is a world of advancement. They aio m Prettier This Year Than Evar. To mao the beautiful more beautiful and the selling price more reasonable Is tho principle ever beforo tho manufacturer's mind. We can't lxgln to enumerate all tho styles und and prices here, but we Invito you to call and see the Immense lino wo are showing. for such a robo and on being directed to tho judge, it was found that the one Some mischievous ho hud was hers. rascal had evideutly transfered it from At Mrs. one vchlclo to tho other. site Dr. IlUSTONVlLLK. Murphy Goodknight, K. L. George D. I LOCAL MATTRES, Stoue-hoonext to Farmers Bank for rent. W. P. Walton. FAUM products taken In exchange for coal. J. H. Baughman & Co. W. II. TltAYLOlt's distillery will on u larger scale than start up over. ii Judge Bailey has called the fiscal court to meet Tuesday. Jan. 18, to turnpike und other matters. m m to-da- y con-ald- er Lost. Ladles' post-olllc- o pocket-boo- k between $7 or got reward. ed and J. M. White's. Contain$8. Leave ut this ollico and hus received his mission us postmustorutLytlofBrlght's Mill) and made bond yesterday with W. P. Carson as security. The mail will be carried from this ollice. W. W. White i com- erford telephoned us that W. ford's store at Kidd's Store was broken into Wednesday night and robbed of a lot of Hour, meal and ment, &c. Entrance was ollected by breaking open tho rear door. A swell card party was given by tho Misses Alcorn Wednesday night, when a delightful lunch was spread. A dozen or more couples wero present and all hnd u splendid time. ma Miss Mne Logan has returned from a The Hustonvillo National Bank protracted visit to relatives at Bowelected directors as follows Tuesday: ling Green. Snm Rlgncy, for shooting Dr. Edwurd Alcorn, J. T. Roso, Dr. H. at Ed Drye, also colored, was' fined 85 Brown, T. J. Robinson, J. W. Powell, in the police court Thursday morning. Gcorgo L. Carpenter, H.H. McAnnich, MATRIMONIAL. W. P. Wulton and Cicero Reynolds. in turn Dr. The directors John Noaks, 23, and Miss Lucinda Alcorn president, J. T. Roso vice pres- Long, who Is but If), wero married at ident, J. W. Hooker cashier and J. H. Krlgcr Tuesday. Hooker assistant cashier. Win. Onstott, of Illinois, uged 20, took Miss Muraio Sprutt, 2.'!, to LancasThe next meeting of tho Central Kentucky Medical Society, wo learn ter on the 12th, and mudo her his wife. Mrs. Loula Edwards, a widow of 18 from Dr. Slcolo Bailey, secretary, will bo a red lotter ono. It will bo hold in was married at Shroveport.La., to HarDanville, Jan. 20, and a number of no. ry Engleman, 20. Tho bride hus live ted physicians from Louisville and oth- sons older thun her husband. Tho Advocate says there are 18 suits er points will bo present und read paG. Carpenter is down for for divorce on tho docket of tho cirpers. Dr. J. ono on "The Techniquo of Hystorecto cuit court which begins there Monday. my" and Dr. J. B. Kinnalrd, of Lan- Murrlago must bo a failuro over thero. Benson Eggers, of North Salem, Ind. caster, will present a memorial of Dr. who is 18 years old, has been married William Huffman. W. 11. O'llannou's. Mrs. Goodknight hus studied the science Weath-C- . and been trained In tho Art of Vocal Exschool-o- f Oratoiy in Wol- - pression In the best Khluoheurt's residence oppo- i w SEVERANCE & SONS. r?&i $f$toj lloatou where tho subject Is more thoroughly studied and better taught than elsewhere In Europe or America. No matter what tho vocation in life every one needs tills the most Important as well of all Arts. Mrs. Goodas the moM knight gives special attention to tho training of teachers, lawyers and preachers. Less ons from S a. m. till 4 i m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays und Saturdays. For further Information call on or address Mrs. O. during abovo specified hours at Sirs. Ulilno-heartAt other times at her homo one' on Danville pike. 69 mile from court-hous- e Q. Keep Your Skin Soft. " Craig 8 fiocker Have tho most approved "BIG KOUTK. AH Points .The Uevt Line toand From 4 FACE : LOTONS. And Hest Lino of Perfumes. Soaps and Toilet Articles on tho Market. TOLEDO ANDDETROIT in Michigan. WHEN YOU WANT CHICAGO. "White City Special." Pest Terminal Ktatlou. SX. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel Prompt. Efficient And Satisfactory BOSTON. Wasner Meeplng;Cara. HuBet I'arlor Can, Wacnrr Sleeping Cars. Prltat Compartment Cam, hlegant Coach es auj Din lng Can. NEW YORK. SERVICE. prTho Finger of Past Experience Polnta Straight to J h;o 'Phone No. 2. He sure your tickets read via "WO KOUK " WAltllKN J. LYNCH E. O. McCOUMICK, Truffle Mgr Ass. (Jen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt &T CINCINNATI OHIO. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. . ., UU .ilM ...jwv. U?fclwWflVa lto,Ufr- -' 71 THE INTERIORJOURNAL NEIGHBORING COUNTY NEWS. m Tho Advocate snys some Boylo Nn- - tlonal stock sold ut 8170. William R. Taylor, formerly town ia."bllsla.e ATia.osAo.yaia.xs.d. rrldaro marshal of Danville, 19 dead. Col. W. L. Tarklngton, of Boyle, the jVX)Vvxcjc father of Mrs. Len G. Edclin, died Sun$2 i?jcnYic.A.ii day night, aged 70. When not so paid 32. CO will c charged. W. S. Hume & Co., the Sliver Creek distillers, have just exported 500 barrels of Bourbon whisky to Bremen, Germany. John Miller, convicted of manslaughTIME CUD. ter at Plneville and given 21 years, says he will die before he will be taken KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. to the penitentiary. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m. and 4 p. m n farmer, Milton Stigall, a returning at i. 23 p. m. and 9:03 p. ui. of Boyle, was thrown from his horse KNOXVILLE DIVISION. and received a concussion of the skull 12 37 p in whlcn may prove fatal. No. 21 Train going North 3 IS a in " " No. 26 " Dick Curd and Ike Lee, both Ne12 04 pm " Bouth No. 23 " 1 27 p in " " 23 " No. A Difficult Taak. groes and tho latter a preacher, quarFor alii Points. reled about a "blind tiger" in Somer- So live that when thy summons Pontes To Join tho thrones that BO'JGH TICKETS SOLD. and tho "parson" was shot in the For office you'll have nonechase to look UAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. set The papers in the face. head, but not dangerously wounded. For any Information enquire of Chicago Journal. Mr. John Caldwell has bought an inJOE S. IUCE, Agent, GIVING HIM A CHANCE. Stanford, Ky. terest in tho dry goods firm of Roberts & Farris and tho business will be conFRANKFORT AND CINCINNAT tinued at the old stand under the Arm VIA GEOUGLTOWN. namo of Roberts, Farris & Caldwell. M. I a. it . X. A. M Advocate. Arl2 55 200 Lve, Somerset, 35 in m well-know- What Puxslcd Him. 'Yes," ho said, thoughtfully, "I admit that I have been leading n pretty fast life, and everyone seems to agree that I ought to reform. But the fact Is, I don't know what I ought to do first." "Ought to do first?" they all cried, in astonishment, "Why, you ought totet-tl- c down and " "That's just the question," he interrupted. "Ought I to settle down or set tle up first ?" Chicago Tost. DniTrlnjjr to a Head. "My dear," remarked Mr. Onunby, as he opened a IctternUhc breakfast table the other morning, and his wife's mil liner's bill dropped out, "my dear, this is tho third bonnet you have had in Ires than six months. You must have millinery on the brxiln." "Well, suppose I have," replied Mrs. Grumby; "isn't that the proper place for it?" Chicago Rccordi PUBLIC SALE I will oifcr In lion land, I Ky., ou at public side tit my residence Tuesday, Jan. O110 18II1, 1898, 3 o, 130-bur-- rel TINNING J. X. Jones, STANFORD, KY TOLL-HOUS- E for SALE & PLUMBING, On Knob Lick pike, near Shelby City. Call ou DH. CLIFTON KOWLEft Presi8S dent. ncroi, with m good house, n linrn for ilx head of stock, Hinoku-hoiiscrib, anil all necessary outbuildings, a good cistern and two hydrants. Also 27 Acres of Land luljolnlng above house and lot and the land of I, M. llruce, with a good, new tobacco barn Mint will hold live acres of to bacco on It. This Is good, productive upland and Is all Mlable. live .teres can go In tobacco this reason. This Is Ucidrablo land for small fruit or vlnyard and strawberries, with good niarkul'rlght at hand, or "111 bring 12 barrels of corn or 20 bushels of wheat to the acre, and Is Hist outside the town limits of Stanford. Will also noil a good driving horses, standard bred, 5 to 7 years old; 1 mare by Mambrltio Startle, 3 years old; 1 half Norman draft horse; 2 brood and work mare; 2 tllly colts, by Pence: 2 Jersey cons; 1 Sho'rthorn cow; 2 1 of grade Jorse;' heifers, them bred to HegUtered Jersey bull, 1 Poland China shouts; 20 Berkshire Mhoat.s; 2 turning plows; 2 mowing machines; 1 bay rake; 1 grain drill, harness, tools, tec. Teums On lands, cash. Balanced nnd 12 months, with C ier cent. Interest from date of alo and a lien retnlnedon tho laud. Other property sums under 810 cash; over that amount u credit of 120 days on negotiable note, bearing 0 nor cent. Interest from II. J. DAHST. date. fltc-rooe, coal-huus- liono niirt lot containing Is uov prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's On my premises Jan. 1, lWOS, will rent lo Ulack Diamond Hoof Puiut. Telephone No. tho highest bidder 170 Acres Land to ho 20, residence Shop on .Mill St.. oppstto J. cultivated in lienip flinl Corn. A. 1). 21-- tf & Oo.'s Mill II. Ilaughmau 81 Yowell, Ilustouvillu, Ky. FOR RENT. FARM I FOR SALE A Word To: You. )on rShaves anil Haircuts at Harbor Simp He Is the slickest and K best barber In Crab Orchard. Ky. Oct Illake-more- 's dcsliable desire to sell mv farm, one of the most In central Kentucky, Containing About 425 Acres, to bo surveyed. Fronts on a good pike and less than 8 miles of !i mil roads, county seats, Stanford. Danville and Lancaster, and is one of the U'- -t grain and stock farms any i here. Hounded ou H hides bv the Hanging Pork, good springs, good Mill and plentvof timber. nWiut 25 ncrcs sown In wheat and IS acres ready broke for corn and all tho balance sut in gravs. Onlv necesMiry to be t.een to bo desired. See t" for particulars. Is In ROBERT FISH, The crack barber, Is now back at his old ready to stand in Mrs, Iglert s stoio-rooshave and haircut. All give vou a ilrst-claneeding work should call ou him. He U 0 sure to please vou Crab Orchard, K) m ss A. M. I'KLAN'D. w. Dentist, Office on B, Fiarirr, S3 Stanford. Ky, A.C.SNE, .Dealer In. t 3 15 , 5iiittt? ffb b '? ''SWIlpt.l,..MA!T . Born, to the wife of Arthur Helm, Undortalcor, boy. Jan. 9th, a C. D.BERCAW.G.P.A. Kentucky Hustonviile, - who has been with Mr. B. P. Buck, Timely Mr. J. D. Dalton here, has purchased QUEEN & CRESCENT. Oflers bit errlcv to the nsi1o of Vrl Lincoln ltd Ctf eountir. Kull tik of CotUniBiid Cjk My farm U posted and I Intend to prose an Interest in a stock of goods at WI1- Trains pass Junction City as follows: eUalwgyson hand. every pcr-o- n caught cute each, nnv and SJ D. S. 3 30 p m more and will leave shortly to make his 11 57 a m No. 2 North No, HSoutb Mutr. trespassing In nnv wav on mv premises. " 11 21 pin " ......8 46 a in home there. No. 3 " E. HllUCK. Stanford. S7 "4 " J. ISOpm 1123am " 6 No. 5 " 6 00 a m " 10 " 8 20 p m No. 9 " A. W. Carpenter reports the sale of No Danger ! STANFORD, KY. two fat heifers at 3c. G. W. Dugan, Of a Coal Royal make the food pure, Perryville, bought ono roan gelding of wholesome and delicious. Or prices going higher. Wo have been tryJohn Goode, of Hustonvllle, at 313o, LOUISVILLE-HOTEAH persons having claims ngalnst the esing our IksI to keep the lxt grade of ciki! one of Arthur Helm at $05 and two of tate of It. T. Pierce. Liberty, Ivy., assigned, on hand for we only order from the lei are hereby notified and requested to present Louisville, Ky., J. O. and V. F. McAlister at very sat mines. No mean co.il. Wu are advised that their said claim-- , verified as required bj isfactory figures. "Run an' scrub yer face. Willie." law, to the underslgued assignee at ComA Plentiful Supply mercial Hank of Liberty, Ky.. within t days AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN "Wot fer?" The Methodist revival meeting confrom this date. All persons Indebted to the "I think I'll let yer kiss roe." X. will now n fornrdod Palls Hrauch, crowded houses each night. tinues with estate of said Pierce will call and mjUIu at lud. Mt and other Jell loo coals once with wild assignee at atd bank; otherMrs. Annie Harrod, a lady evangelist, Journal. The Ladies lleMaurant is the finest iu Prices same n Inst season. We will keep wise suits will bo tltiul on all unsettled is the attraction for .this week, and Is A IMppc of Spite Work. O, A. PKBWITT, Assignee. the cliv. Every convenience for ladles you In Come and see us Claims. Libert), Ky. B)ending the day in the city. Dec. 21. 1M'7 quite an interesting speaker. Rev. She frowned at him and called him Mr., Merely because and Kr. Cientlenen's Cafe on olllce floor. NOEL & Maxwell, of Somerset, wa3 called home That very night. he enme to spite. Just hr family. Monday by sickness In his That naughty Mr. Kr. Sr. 1THOMAS A. MULLICANJI t-nits. ! . e phono has been A new Malinger. T. L. Ton Pur Co no. nut at the deuot and Is ouite an im Music - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday Rapturous Youth Mildred, I would ROWLAND. KY Kvening. provement over the old instrument. By THK ask for no happier eternity closing up the gap between here and permitted to sit by your bide than to be lias Gone Hack into the Coal POWDER and pres Shelby City a good thing could be made your hand once in n great, great whilel WEEKLY Htissine.-- h. Absolute! Pure Your Life Opportunity will and It is to be hoped that sorao one Miss Mildred .Well, ycu're entirely And will ki'0icoHtantl ou hand the .Mil- alls HrMiM'h nihI lsxt take hold of tho matter and give us too lazy a lover to suit me. Chicago LOUISVILLE 5 barrel Hiring co, Ithe (mtMHiage of othi-- r public. IVhiIs ami A flrst-- i lass, Stanford the Hue Itesldi-n.and stock ask Tribune. Mill with Klevntor connection with Danville. who want Col run leave POAOER CO., NEW YORK. com for sale Mill running friend DISPATCH. of wheat aud dlsjwsliig of entire out put at J. II Hlgglns. which will reevhe iirompt at Mr. James Gastineau, who purchased A l)rc Tho Much. full time and T L HIKLTO.N the John A. Frye place near here, has "What's become of your companion?" satisfactory prices The plant lniild N tentlon Mll IhjJwvIiI at a to bo iipprtHMBti'd rented a house from Mr. Asa Peyton asked the lady of the tramp at the door. A Straight Democratic Newspaper. Kit- - hihii 111 health force me to mill the A. S. PRICE, iMrgiilu ! "Gone," said the itinerant, pointing dor$ed by the Inst convention as the for 30 days and moved his family to mllfiiig business. Terms eav Cafl on or Olllclal Organ of Democracy. C C VANAHHDA1.K. Helm has upwards; "you see he had a fnintin' address. Surgeon Moreland, as young James All tjb ilmlrlDk' Uai IVmU fir pUuk frurc, Hustonvllle. Kv day, putt atul ratlins or wlrr frnrtran find wbt tlur Denti3t, not sutllclently recovered of typhoid spell, oue his and a lady threw come IfffMH wintst mj- loto nni CVIr Cisk,un lb U water In face. It was too I 1m leailliiK fruui Crab (ircliinl to Sianlotd fever to be moved from the Frye place Jim." Yonkers Statesman. much for For the Free Coinage of Silver. Ky. baud far All ulrof 'lnk:tiriNevfrlKlnc.)orilt For the Chicago Platform. where he lived with his father. Mr. ! klniUof lumlr tot hv.UMui It .Miltril Htnu For the Democratic Nominees. ami slilliclr All isTMins ilrsirliiiT inr irtlcloot Office over Mclloberts' rrii Store In the! Owsley Helm Is building In the woodland oppothUkluil cau cII on tue it tur iot nwrL'r,ltr Mrs. Ilashly But why are jou going For the Interest of the Mosses. Building. (J. site to Mrs. Moreland. M Crwk. MNOLtrroN. to leave me, Mr. Firstiloor? I hope Hon. B. B. King has erected atenaut you've no fault to find with the table. the Latest Telegraphic house upon the piece of land bought Firstfloor Oh, no, none at all. The All the Latest State News. News. All n from Mr. Ed H. Edwards near tho table strikes me as being a most excel All the Latest Market iteports. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror . house. Mr. Asa Peyton is visit- lent piece of furniture. X. Y. Journal. Correct Court Hcports. ing friends and relatives In Casey this Market Reports. Correct Lnucnntcr, : Kentucky. MnklnK Ilrmclf Afrrrmble. aro inconvenient during the day and week. Mrs. Ed H. Edwards, accoin-nanic- d Geraldine I never allow a man to Reliable News Reports. Newly furnished, clean beds; splcmtxl Honest Kditorial Policy, destroy rest at night. They make life bv her son and daughter, left me unless we are engaged, but OF BROOKLYN. lablo. Evetjthlng a misery instead of a blessing. They Monday for New York City, where they kis Portera Gerald But what? meet Weekly Dispatch affect many persons after they reach trains s) Geraldine Of course we can break make their home in the future. a?i? "10, and oiarc usuaHy accom- - will Edwards is an attacho of the New the engagement after the kiss. Town : And The Mr. u. LiMiiy, John 11. CAmitMA.H. I"""1 "j uccay viiai power. Topics. They can be York Sun. Semi Weekly Interior Journal, Co., Scotland. There Are Otlirra. Quite a romantic marriage was solDoth Julia Did you say Jeannette is tryinthe emnized Wednesday afternoon at KOUNDliD 1SOO. g-to get into business? "I have suffered from disordered kidneys and residence of Mr. Underwood, who lives Ono Year For Only $2.65. Jennie Yes. Irritable bladder for several year? and have out on the "Black Pike" near here, the "What kind of business does she want tried many remedies In hope of relief, but all high contracting parties being Mr. J. INSURANCE COMPANY to get into?" failed until I obtained a sample box of Dr. C bTANKOUD, KY. ! The Daily Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills. They gave me D. Dalton, of this place, and Miss "Everybody's." Yonkers Statesman. cuch relief that I bought a full box and since Fisher, of West Virginia. Some time OF LIVERPOOL. A Lending; Utifnt Ion. using It feel like a new man. My back has ago Mr. Dalton got in correspondence METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER. ceased aclflug,.my rest is no longer disturbed Doctor I am quite sure I can cure Bank&Trnst Co in a matriFarmers by rising at niput time to urinate, and I never through an advertisement Thoroughly Equipped with you. felt better in my life. I shall always feel hvery acuity lo keep you grateful for the good your medicine has done monial paper with Miss Fisher and as How long will it take? Patient BMBEE OK STAXrOM), KY. CdSTLEMaS. Geo. Swanige.v, me." daily posted upon all the a sister of hers resides near here, she Doctor IIow much money have you? 23 Court St., Louisville, Ky, events of the world decided to pay a visit to this section Town Topics. MAN.UtKUS, Hobbs and while here a match was speedily $200,000 OC Daily, except Sunday, 0 months, $3; Paid up Capital, Mcnnnrpa. DcMiernle 1 arranged, as it was a case of love at 17,603 80 Oominerco Buildiu, Louisville. j car id. Daily, with Sundav, (J months, Surplus, "IIow dreadful in Dr. Smith to marry frl;.lyear,S. is a line busi- his cook." first sight. Mr. Dalton Agents Thioujhout the outh. ness man and has a host of friends "I don't know; probably she had THE DISPATCH, Address, Kidney Pills. Hy proTlslons of Its charter, drHiters ate a around Moreland, who will wish them threatened to leave." Detroit Free Iniisville, Ky. fully irutcted as are ileKilur la :allouaI Haul; held Individually llaMe to Its shareholders blt joy in their matrimonial venture. "Who Press. VOU SALE AT lK-aAgent,' the extent of the niuountof their stmk therein st will say, "It doesn't pay to advertise." thoar Idvalue thereof, tuItaddition to themuoiiut In She Answered Not. as executor, may act Tested such share. Kentucky. Stanford, C. Squire Win. CotTey, Constable Tom "Willie, I don't want to have to talk triutw, Ac, as fully as ni Individual. mi . Tendering our thanks to thmo who hare entrustHar- to you any more; it males tne tired." Nunnelley and County Attorney ed their business to us, we trust they will cotitlnu ICY., STANFORD (Interval of ten minutes.) to do so, aud we otter as a guarantee for prompt at vey Helm were all here Friday to try tentlon to same our '.'Ojears' experience in bankSocial-Hou- r "Maw, ain't- the club The 's on Shuck Wilson, the ing and s j literal accommodations as ate consistent meotin's awful hard on you?" Judge. with sound hanking. works on the railroad reservoir, tf: DIRECTORS. anu on u beco.iu cuuigU u, A Critical Opinion. Stanford, Ky., J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Ifftff fff fUfUfUfUfUfU Uf U 4,1 r assault, Dunn What do you think of Dauber's W. II. Cuuimlils, PreachersTllle; carrying concealed weapons. In the The Florida, h New Orleans limited J Tfrgrt!?TlTtT4 J. II. Owsler, J. S Owsloy.Sr., & fc tJ?X .. mll fl,, n, four. latest picture, after Reubens? S. II. Shauks, (iwch, trahiHof thoQuoon & CrOHCOnt William And H J. Kmhry, Receiving liis I think Reubens j.r. uasii, i & ' THiE PP'ULAR witnesses, Wilson was lined S20. The beBrown Dauber if thatcould only would Is ROUlO run tiirotign to Jnckbonvillcnnd A. W. Carieuter; J. K. I.ynn, he after bee it. New Orleans In LM hours from Cinciiinn-ti- . ;; on a honor J. N. Mcuefec. Goods. miiiMJiiiMai MfWlftHfl second charo his daya tacked N. Y. Journal. OFflCKRS. in jail. Tho line of 330 and 10 ;:t? mex!!mik?w Tlii'so fnst trains nrc of Uio finest tvpe, S. II. Shauks. I'rcsldent; VuUiiHy An Out. Goods Warranted. J. II. Owsley Cahlerj Bright witnesses were all typical sons of Erin, tlr Teller luxuriously fitted, ami i mining on u perW. M. i tHrr He I don't know what to say to your by the prosfect road-lieand the Fit Guaranteed. f J ; father. Winter Totiribt Low round. trip ticket ecuting attorney caused a great deal of Give Him a Call. She Just tell him that I have decided r&Aa,f.&.S1"fllIIIUIIIBIIIIII,llulllb on Mile throughout the North. amusement for the crowd. One old col- to niarry you. That will be enough. An clegnnt FIRST NATIONAL BANK Observation service of Cafe, Parlor, and ored brother remarked on coming out Puck. i JtJL tJL Cars on these trains, Don- -' m. H. D. hie dally train service of "That new 'Square' tl'yrw'it; KY. OF STANFOllD, Donlile I'niiKn. Is pizen. You see what you fool Write for Information to W. C. IHncareon, "They say getting shot doesn't hurt iTl'vu."!.'! Surplus, $15,750 Cien'l Pasa'r Ag't. CaplUl Stock $100,000. will get by electing him, if ho gets as much as having u tootLpulled." Cincinnati, O. HTANFOKD, KY. Send his claws on you." As this was tho Is railed lino Art . Attentlou o( "Of course not; the man who pulls a Litho'of riilrUg done at reaualle rates this Is the only the publicllauk In to the fact that graph 10 cents for .MountaincoloredChlcka-maiigbtanford. UnNational of Lookout and All kinds new magistrate's first case, it does seem tooth for you always sends in a bill." Hank Act a sieclaty. baitiuctloa guaranteed. der the provisions ol the Nationalcapital Upholstering stock, depositors are secured not only by the he has Inaugurated a reign of terror for Chicago Record. hut by the stockholders' liability lor an amount ' 'ttfrirtttrtt evil doers. SO YEARS' equal tu the stock so that depositors of this lustltu. Iloped So. tlon are secured by a fund or S'.XO.OOO. FIt sworn EXPERIENCE .trltriilia Caller (trying to offer some consolacondition ol the Hank are made statements of the The Richmond Climax is kind enough Tm. each year to the United States (loverntnent and Its I aB 'tltTiTTiTtlf to say it missed our missing Christmas tion) Your husband was quite a leadassets are examined at stated times by government er in society, was he not? 4 agents, thus securing additional aud perfect utet. tweek number and adds: We are glad It . Widow I thluk he was. He. belonged to detiosltors. WWVFs y This Institution originally established as the DeU' X m visits. If it to eleven of them. Chicago Tribune. resumed its posit ltank ol Stanford In 1658, theu reorganized as were hebdomadal it would bo abominathe National Uank of Stanton! In 1SC3 audagaln The Cream. 4 WTfTtT reorganized as the First National llauk of Stanford ble to have to go a whole week without "e- -NA8HVILLE, TENM. Traoc Marks In liii, has had practically au uninterrupted exist"What is the cream of j'our society a x ! 4 TfT WTFjm ence tor 35 years. It Is better supplied now wit:, it. DttsiaNs VDlVt Y vK here?'' asked tho irentleman from transacting business promptly and libfacilities for Copyrights Ac. ) The 5000,000,000th bottle of Budwols-- i abroad. erally than ever before in Its long aud honorable Anyone sending a sketch and description may OFFICIALLY REPRESENTS qnloklr ascertain our opinion free) whether au career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, firms St. Louis Tues. y "The richest Invention Is probably patentable. CommunicaUnited Confederate Veterans, v . .. .sj. 4iirmiiiiMttiiiiiiMiiiiiiii,iv'J.'4 er beer was bottled atwas celebrated by troit Free Press,part, of course." acd Individuals solicited, tions strictly oonadeutlaL Handbook on I'atcnU and tho occasion DIHCCTORS. sent free. Oldest asency for securing patents. &: the proprietors giving each one of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, F. Reld, Lincoln Co.; Patents taken thronuh Munn Co. receive J. W. Hayden, Stanford tptclal notice, without chargo, In tho it "Wan a Lou Wait. S. II. Haughman, ; S. T. Harris, " The Sons, and other Organizations. employes of tho big concern a present. " T. P. Hill. "Grandpa, h'ow old are you V" J.S.IIocker, McKInney. Scientific " : i W. A. Trlbble. tfT K. L. Tanner, tft tft Twelve hundred butter-maker- s are "I am S7 years old, ray dear." J.H.CollIer.Crab Orch'df L J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lamest cirStamps. Four "Then you were born 80 years before Kl.OOayMf, Two Samples, to meet In Kansas next month. They ; tjf M, D.EIuioro, utaniora. t(f culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 3 a ysart four months, lb Bold by all newsdealers. orricsRS. ought to form a pretty strong organiza- -' I wns- What a .'ong tim you had alone A. CUNNINGHAM. S. MUNN &Co.3eBr. New York J. S. Mocker, President; J. J. McRoberts Cuhu "biting for me." Philadelphia Tlae. Hon. i s A. A. McKlnuey, AMlstantCushler. wlU Paxwa o C!10 CS ISO 450 11 55 8 40 " Jet. City, " Arr Georgetown, Lt " Frankfort, ' 1131 9 33 6 30 3 00 5 30 820 630 MOKELAND. Arr I'aris Dally except Sunday. Owing to bad weather this sale was postponed to Tuesday, January 18, 1898. H. J DARST. Liiarajteritreet at IUsddcoro. Stanford, t Ky. Warning! LUMBEB, J. T. SUTTON, Cari-cnu-- JwMi -Ti- AND DOORS, NOTICE Famine pom Wool-drldg- e, . SON, akS0 long-distanc- SUBSCRIBE NOW SHELTON, of . up-to-d- M ROYAL BAKINO 3STOTIOE3 - Stanford, FIRE INSURHNCE troubles CURED bladder" tec-tio- Insurance Caledonian of FHENIX Mason Hotel Company tirst-clnsa. The -- Insurance , RB.MAHONY.Agt, Dispatch . 5 PARAGUft X. A. THIBBLI. l Penny's Drug Store, H. 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