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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898011801 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. -, iw-V- " rvi - r" SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. WALTER FORRESTER'S LETTER. Mr. Spoakcr FKANKl'OUT, Jan. M Beckham lias more than vindicated the highest expectations of his friends in the selection of the House committees. This work has been woll ilono und tlio results will bo Boon by tho higher character of tho lawn thai will bo enacted mid In tho killing of bad legislation. In tho Senate, tho president pro tern, Wm. Goobol, Is guiding tho mnjoilty with his own Inimitable tnct. Goobcl leads hit) party bo easily because thoro Is nothing email about him. Hols not vain, or jealous or eager for tho applause of tho gallery. He never attempts to "boss" tho democratic caucus but when ho sees a wrong move ho quietly calls a halt, jolnts out tho danger and his associates have such confidence In him that thoy arc always reudy to accept his advice without question when ho sees lit to offer any suggestion. It Is u good body of men. There must bo some crank, borne damphool, possibly a Hill Lyons, concealed among these apparently Intelligent legislators, but I have not found him up to this writing. There aro moro intelligent man, more bright speakers, moro representative men in this Legislature than any I have seen. It has been told us by such truthful mon as Mark Han-n- a that all free silver mon aro anarchists; woll if these are anarchists and that Into and lamentable aggregation o of boodlurs and bribetakers that to vote him Into Hunter corralled tho United Statos Senate at so much jxjrlf those Hunter representatives stand lor ,4law and order," I think I will run up tho red Wag". Hut tho truth ofthu matter Is, Mark Hanna and "Marked" Hunter have Hod. Tho und trimmers eliminated, Kentucky Is mndo of the noblest race of men on earth. Tho Kentucky democrats and tho Kentucky republicans of the better claw are honorable, courageous gentlemen. Thl Is a good typical Kentucky Legislature. Hoth demo crats and republicans aro good people in this body, because the people m lucted them. Very little legislation has developed ve t, but I will forecast as the most probable and Important the redisricting of judicial distrlctsand ossibly tho Eighth Congressional: and thu work of committees on "revenue and taxation" headed by Emmett Orr In thu Hous-and tho committee on education in the House headed by Charllu Nolton, of Hardin. The rovonue committee Is almost certain to recommend the consol idation of the olllces of jailer and sheriff, to take effect at tho expiration of prosont terms. In "cities of tho otherwise Louisville, tho change may become Immediately effective. This commltteo may evolve a plan for now public buildings by a small tax and tho employment of the convicts. Tho committee on education Is going Into every subject of Interest to the cause of education. Tho school book quostlon will bo prominently to tho foro und Chairman Nelson Is carefully collecting all tho Information possible In addition to the on this subject. book question, Mr. Nelson Intends to provide against tho imjsitlonof teachers of bad character uikhi tho common Gum-shopio-hunte- rs o Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18. 1898. NO. 91 r I- - llrst-olas- s" permitting tho holder of a llrst-clacertlllcato to teach any whore In tho Suite provided hc.hasalBoa cerltli-cat- o of character from tho superintendent of his homo county. More business will develop and very rapidly during tho third week of tho law ss schools. Tothlseudho will favor a session. Vai.tkk Fomtr-STBit- . Dr. Samuel Suhenk, of Vienna, that he has made a discovery by which the sexes may be produced ut will. Ten ladies of thu smart Now Yqrlt set have formed a syndicate for tho purK)so of determining who do and who do not belong to tho solcet of so- os ciety. J. W. Stonehouso, a Chicago merchant, who recently assigned, jumped from tho 10th story of tho Masonic Templo building. Ho never knew what hurt him. There aro now 1,233 convicts In tho Frankfort penitentiary, SO of whom ure under 18. Of the total number 208 aro for house breaking, 134 for murder aud 153 for manslaughter. Walker D. Hlnes has been mndo assistant chief attorney of tho L. & N., with headquarterd ut Louisville. This Mr. Is a high tribute to his ability. Justice ninna la a neiihow of nines, of the court of appeals. The Stato College has Issued hand-som- o Invitations to tho opening of tho National History Building next Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Gov. Bradloy, Senator Bronston, Col. W.C. P. Breckinridge and others will deliver addressox-Chl- of " Tho precipitation from Friday noon to Saturday morning was 2.05 Inches, moro rain than fell continuously alnco February 2L and 22. Tho rainfall of Friday oxeceded tho entire precipitation from August 22 to November 1. Lexington Herald. es LANCASTER. NEIGHBORING COUNTY NEWS. Sheriff James Sanders took James E. B. Ltuney has been appointed Tudor to Frankfort to servo 21 years, postmaster nt Danville. for aiding In the murder of Marion SeThe grand jury at Plneville returned bastian. 111 indlctmento, charging violations of R. L. Elkin got second premium four the liquor law. times on his beautiful Mlnoreas fowls at Hud is tho name of a new postolllcc tho Louisville show as follows: On a in Wayne and John M. Buck has been whole pen, on n hen, on a cockerel and made postmaster. on u pullet. John Shelton, who killed Buford OvJudge George Denny, of Lexington, erton, was convicted at Plneville and was hero Friday looking after his turn given two years in the renltentiary. pike Interests. He has many friends! 7j. T. Lanahan was appointed posthere u ho aro always glad to see him. master at Cilo. Whitley county, and Mr. Theodore Currey lias been on tho Job M. Kerns at Paisley, Wavne counsick Hat for several days, but is improvty. ing. Antonio Vogllotti was fined ?l)0.j for When stating that Louis Leavel, selling grape cider In London. There was lined for drawing a pistol on are more indictments against DK.SS WHO I IS. R. W. Fletcher, I did not know then ' him. thut Fletcher wus lined for using abu- l This Is a picture auVnionthsoldof the John W. Parrlsh. of Madison, asslgn- sive language, which fact Is now re- pretty little daughter of u prominent on to loi. u. iM. Chenuult. Assets ported, lu order to do justice to both gentleman who married a Lincoln sis.nontn n nnn '""' ...i.t.' "" "' county beauty. If you think you know;"o'," parties. Charles Anderson wagered a hand wno uie nine tauy is urop us a cam The Reporter says that J. II. Allen, some sum with J. I. Hamilton that Sen- naming her and we will see how many late of Mlddleburg. has bought au in ator Farrls would make a speech before Is correct. terest in u . u. Tlbual's drug store In he had been In Frankfort 10 days. Of Somerset. course Charley won, and Hamilton says In town last Thursday. He has made a The Somerset Reorter has this In an explosion would hnvo taken plncolf successful officer and fearlessly attends terostlng news item: "Owing to this to duty. Mrs. Klrby hus u oln-- s In he had not made tho speech. rush of business two more blind tigers The amount of work mapped out by physical culture ut the college. Master are now In operation." tho Legislature points to a successful F. L. Thompson has the fever. Mrs. Clell Richardson is said to have shot aoshIoii. 'As much good is proposed in Jennie Williams entertained the young at Dora Clay, his sister, and wife of tho repeal of obnoxious laws as in tho people one evening last week. Mrs. J. ' the general, with murderous Intent, be enactment of other luws. For instance L. Joplln gave a part in honor of Miss cause she took sides against him in a the proH)sed repeal of sections of the Dillon last week. quarrel. The W. C. T. L medal contest which Martin mob law and of the board of r The tollgate keeper on the Lexins:- ,. equalisation are moves in the right di- was held at the .tiSVIilll lflUII.il last , , n. w ' euiveu a mreai- V ". rection, while an act to tux dogs, regu- Saturday night was well attended. The o "' uo ""iv JISIVCU " nura Iinni1.iiin.ili nttlfiwl fllltnt'int late the price of school books, and from the Boyle authorities and placed make the school system more efficient in white and presented a lovely picture at the gate. and many others, looking to tho gener- as they Iliad up thoatolos. Misses Ottye Mrs. Kate Hope, wife of Mat Hope, al welfare, will meet tho hearty ap- Brown, Hat tie Adams, Floionco Mul-lli- of Pittsburg, died last week after a Cellu Gentry, Delia Arnold and proval of the people. protracted Illness. She was originally un irhiay the fiscal court bought tho Lily Taylor were the speakers. All 'from Danville, where her remains were tluee and a hull miles of the old Dan did well and were highly complimented taken for interment. by tho judges, Miss Muttie Williams ville road, lying lu Garrard county. In John Doty playfully olntod a pistol and C. C. cluding half of the Dlx River bridge, and Messrs. I. M. nt Robert Bailows at Richmond, sayforsl,.V5. This leave the Richmond, Davie, who bestowed the handsome sil- ing "I'm going to shoot you," and he Crab Orchard and Stanford roads ttlll ver medal Uhu Mis- (.Vila Gentry and did. the ball making a severo scalp prliM umn Mis Lily Taylor. taking toll, the owners being unwilling s?uond He didn't know it was loaded. j wound. iu uiKtj uiu prices oiierou. The court Gilbert Hayes, a young runner, LIBERTY. win meet again on Tuesday. In nil 5S while on his way from Berea to his United States Pensioner Examiner home nour tnllitu hfivn Iv4a.it! Knii.tli. f.. &Wi nix .... " ui Manchester, dropped his """h"" i i'i about &W0 per mile, and 27 tulles ro Garrison, of Somerset, was here last pistol from his pocket, which was accmain unsold. It Is yothojKid that some week. identally dUohnrged. the ball striking W. B. Cochran and J. G. Talbott him in the head agreement will be reached by which all and killing him Ine propose to resurrect the Liberty parties will be satisfied. stantly. some time before the 1st of FebNew developments regarding the Great indignation is felt nt Middlesbo-r- o ruary. burglars who raided the town last week ovor the fact that Wm. Given?, who A monument has ju?t been erected was uncu reveal the fact that they were very de lor assault on a boy has had liberate. They wont through Mr. Ma over the grave ol Thomas a. Keuipis, the main witness, Miss Hattie son s papers and the number of objects In the church of St. Michel, at Zwolle, indicted for perjury. All the misplaced leads Mr. M. to believe that 125 years after his death. bar nt Plneville has volunteered to deW. C. Adams and wife were visiting fend her. they had Used chloroform on him, as ho Mrs. Adams' mother in Jamestown slept so ns not to hear them, and had a J. A. Carpenter, writing to the Addull sensation next morning, something last week. Miss Stella Hud: on, of vocate from Perryvllle, says that the unuaiial for him. At Mrs. Gill's they Dunnville, Is visiting Mrs J. p, Wllk- - boys of that town have been behaving wont to the dining room and deliber- in son. so badly lately that the new board o"f F. P. Combest sold to Dr. W. D. ately ate a lunch. Their trip has caustrustees refuses to serve and the mared many old guns and pistols to be rub- Stone, tho property known as the Old shal elected declines to qualify. Mr. bed up aud old shutters to bo closed. Red Tavern on tho South side of the C. fears that if the state of affairs conWhile no arrests have been made there public square, who will begin early In tinues the charter will bo forfeited. are many who believe that tho work the spring to tear away tho old buildTho student, Montgomery who as was done by homo talent, but this ing aud erect a handsome residence saulted President Frost, of Berea Col- theory will not "hold good when wo on its site. ..'tepe, because he accused him nfthn nn. ... .. -- . V. C. Auams nas uougni. oi ,ni... consider tho fact that they went to Mr. ... M .1 J " - luosiiuciive IT UIlllU OI one .1... ui UK I... uiisuii'sa in .i. iv. auiiiiun;j of his colored female T. J. Hatcher's. Tho track of one of utu students,, wns them shows, a pressure of the center of and they will run In connection with held at Richmond in bond of $400. the foot on tho ground, as if tho per- their drug store a general hardware Montgomery is a barber nnd a married son making It had no hollow In tho store, It has been known for somo man. and entered College from Ohio. foot, nor any Instep, and Sam Roth-we- time that a hardware store was needed The cases of Peyton cud Elsie Lang-forsays this Is a sure sign that he was here aud thoro can bo no doubt of its charged with mallcionsly shoota republican, as their feet ure shaped success. Tho style of the firm will bo ing nnd wounding Will Mulllns aud that way. But, all jesu aside, suspi- Humphrey it Adams. Latham King at Livingston Inst MonOne Mr. lladclitfo in the employ of day, were cions rest upon one Individual who had called Saturday at Mt. Ver.1. G. Woaron, a feather renovator do- bettor bo cautious how he moves. non and continued until the 20th. on Iiilt business nt this place, jumped his RwlnWMM' Jl, board bill 'at tho Exchange Hotel last MT. VERNON. """ md tiVCry '"aa who XGl' S 10 worth of The changeable weather ha caused week and decamped with , e" tllc court-housi.n.umiuia won Mr. Wear on n fcnthci'd He took along much sickness. horse and wagon be- The "Chautauqua" will meet with with him also a w ...ii..vt h., lof. ... "leaks out th at there has been .... i M.v ' Mrs. B. J. Bethurum this week. Coll Moreluml in a livery stable, with strict A siege of fever has attacked our ' injunctions against letting it out until --town. It is o&pooially troublesome . "i iw oeeonu . ; his return. The owner of tho proper- among the children. icfe'iuium, over placing K. .M. Shearer, ty was absont at the time. a Tho Ladles' Aid Society will meet ollicer, in charge Miss Burke and Mrs. Braloy, of Dan- of troops at Danville. It is claimed with Mrs. Dr. A. G. Lovell next Thurs- .111,. .. ,.t .i.l.,,. ,1,4,1,, 1,.,,. M,.j day afternoon. lhat P. Combest,. Miss Julia Myors visited a commissioned was ordered to place Hov. Ira M. Bos well preached to ofllccr In charge, and Phillips last Thursday and large audiences at tho Chrlstlau church MibuLlwlo C. Godbey has bought the f trouJ ?. had 'cTed and raiders Friday. Q. lhe last Sunday. The beauties of God's house and lot belonging to Miss Salllo harS of murder lovo aro Impressively taught by this , Wolford. W. II. McClure, of Hum-n" 'T eloquent preacher. a house t0,be dvln? J00 phroy, has sold his mercantile business Tho community received a pleasant to Solomon Ashley, who took charge young daughter of a distiller shock last Saturday by tho return of !., Quail. '!',..,- ,.,,.,. l,ll, ,1,1 fill ,v, .,l,i x,.u .u.j ..h..v.,.. i"" "-' i00ijcastlo countv who ranatolT """ Wm. McClary, who disappeared so i "" htarrlcd Walter M. Downing, while and mysteriously nearly two years ago. Ho SIie week. One occurred at the residence wa& lalltnJ? in Chicago. Ho was a son has traveled extensively since ho left, f m- - .Tiin wnirinann nnd wn. Mvfin having visited all tho largo cities of tho In oi tno muuonairo honor of Misses Jcnulo Wilkinson ton, and he was tobacconist of BosEast. greatly Incensed with was aud Lucy Bowman. Tho other his son for marrying. Mr. L. Klug Is worse and it is probaIn order to Amanda Stone last given by Miss placato him ho sought divorce from tho ble that hla wounds may prove fatal. nnd was pronounced Thursday evening Will Mulllns, who was shot in tho hand by all present to be tho most enjoyable girl but failed to get it and she took up with a rich New Yorker, who deserted tho day of tho "fusillade" near court- event of the season. her. She went from bad to worso and nouso, is siowiy Improving. The Messrs. Langfords and Mulllns have Col. E. H. Galther has Issued a spec- finally drifted to Lexington where she given pcaco bonds. ial order removing Lieut. Sharpley, of was taken sick and according to an Miss Mary Cox will return to Dan Frankfort, from his place in the Sec- Agreement entered into with him, she ville this week. Miss Llda Dillon, nt ond regiment, on the grounds of Incom- has sent for her rich husband. Livingston, is hero attending school. petency. Ho claims that "a Mrs. Lucille Blackburn Lane, youngMr. Jasper Rickles has moved to his ollicer was never In command now rosldenee. Dr. Pennington's fam- at tho Danville toll gate, which is still est daughter 'of J. C. S. Blackburn, probably fatally shot herily has moved to S H. Martin's largo guarded. residence. Rov. J. S. Forrer preached school boy at Philadel- self accidentally in her apartments In A Washington about midnight Saturday. his first sermon In his now position at phia confessed to murdering a Logan L. Carlisle, youngest son of Ocoll, Fla., last Sunday. Mr. Miller school boy while playing In tho and family, of Lancaster, have moved woods last week. Hon. John G. Carlisle, died at his'fath-er'- s rosldonco in New York. Mr. and to the "Orchard" property on Tovyn Tho Kentucky river Is on a boom at Mrs. Carlisle aro both ill and tho Hill. High Brldgo and many ferry-boat- s Col. J. W. Colyer, of Somerset, was have been swept away. condition is considered serious. ' col-ored, , 30-od.i-. 1 Our Amunition To Shoot Bargains into the public is inexhaustible. ! See For Yourself. We are easy marks for good terial at Low Prices in ma- Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Fine Neckwear and Shirts. MERCHANT TAILORS. SHOES. SHOES. THE 6LOBE, J. L. FROHMAX Jc Co., Danville. Ky. , Stanford Female College. The Second Session of the Collegiate Vear. TsirL-uLarsr Is07-l)3 On 3No:n.a.a,3r, will open New pupils cnterlncr nt Mint time will i0 received Into tho classes. call on or write to Mus. Sauklev at the College or write for 2t2a, catalogue dLQSO. Pkesidest. For full Information WILLIAM SHELTON, HCTU18F FMWF&- fs-efijfcS- rz-s ,.,., I am now prepared to maWo nil kinds of Picture Frames to order from the the Mo- Exp,nrlve. All work done Promptly nnd Satisfaction Gunranteed. Cheanost to aio carrj Most Complete lino of the Largest -t Wall Paper. Window Shades, Paints, Oils, Varnishes Brushes Z Window Glass lu Central Kentucky. llnnd,me lino of Fine PICTURES for the Holidays. Call and eo I 75'-- '" A. E. GIBBONS, No. BOO Mnln'Street. Danville, Ky. Bo-we- ll A - PERSIAN BEAUTY , I I . I "-- "" f-- Wrought in emblematic designs and woven aiyyilslte bidding of rich colors, vou can find lu our stoci- - of rare Oriental rug-,- . Our choice sto.-- of ilomestlc rugs nnd cur-pe- ts show the newest and most artistic patterns and pienslng elects for parlor, llurn-r.- v dining room, hull or bedroom, and our prices are as low as tl o lowest. , Til-bun- V. . I WITHERS, - Stanford. Kentucky. Brc-who- er, !1$V I,ranch Slore and Undertaking Outfit at Ilustonville, Ky. if " i' W,, We've Got to Give Up I t ll ij' J; ill COST! uu m ... one-na- n .. ,.-- .. ! T- !... I ill .&: The mild winter has cau-e- d our stock of coal to accumulate and we will for the next 10 day-- . ell coals, of nil kinds at Jt'l ,., In on,or o tedtico our stock. Now Is tho time to buv whllo nrlces aro low- ef t1''1" V0U ""''"' llm' them aBa,n ,lnd Jou can haul your coal whllo you are Idle. Peae call at our yards and bo convinced that the above Is truo. Actual Cost I 1 tl m :tf I I 8 I ll d, J. H. BA UGHMAN & CO. m aj V.01 "' -?"'-S"- - e -- .One more lot of. ):?h:T?;)aiaGca n.0n.0rrM: , Hand some Oil Paintings To be given away with each 23c worth of TV Col-Gaith- i 'T B. T. Babbit's Best Soap. picture worth 73c. Babbitt's Soap sells six cakes for aud Is tho best soap made. 23c Wo will give you a handsome "" ....juu 1 - -- J'"' HIGGINS & 7UTKINNEY. TO YOU If you ! r a4 owo tho firr. of Farris & Hardin You must Settle Your fleet, at We don't like to sue and iuk as an especial favor Once. M or that you ld Do?'t Force Lfs To Sue You. V Come up and Pay Like a an, lat-ter- 's MARK HARDIN, - TANFORD. h -- t tmmmmt -- j ' ' rmanpHVJBeHviw jgwjjfeA ijjjmii.Tiirr Jl" m V -- 7r- frt c i v r- h n c'fttulldatc for the L. a though secretly a candidate all thrt ttmn. Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, has ut last been smoked out of hU hole 1S9S and made to avow his Intentions. The Stanford. Ky.. Jan. iS. governor never struck us especially as being of timber thnt Senators should W. P. WALTON. be made, but he seems to be the Idol of his State and he may get, the prize. Union, Saunders, the solon from Senator Chandler, of New Hampfinally got loose and offered his resolu shire, who Is somewhat of a wag as tion calling on Senator wmumy 10 re- SV3 ho lhoucht 0f sign, because he is not a democrat. on h,9 Another member Immediately offered , JUI ,.Anolhcr lriumPh for sound ' , another that Deboo also be requested jetton. to resign for the same reasor, ..and the thc almo, drop- suggestion is said to have Swearing that ho would never t m lu con- - THE INTERIOR JOURNALS - , ..'.. j """ i 3 I the devil manages things for that par- Centra, committee. . . ty. A contemporary suggests urn i wnmis. JJ mistake was in the transmission of tho sioners&V1J V1V.IJ employ two have , decided .to , - , , . , , messasio as Hanna evidently wruiu, d Is"Gold reigns '' &c. Anywoj the Hilary. The male tiatch has made him the laughing stock ""- ' """"" CH.irge lll uu .cmuu OW in A i u .. mu OUW..V.V. Mm In nrt.1l- - 6 Bv means of bribery charges the op UI lUU turning faults to be a hypocrittion to his other position will endeavor to prevent the ical old son of a sea horse. seating of Senator Hanna for the long ,. sa hoincr ninrlft to ohunire term. a xt It Is said that bribes were oiier- - ed and accepted almost without a show tho date of the presidential inauguration to April 30th, the day that Wash- - of secrecy. Republican Ington was first Inaugurated. Old Sen- - A canvass of tho 2 Massachusetts, introduc-- j members of the House is said to show ator Hoar, of 12, ed the resolution. The reasons given a majority, varying from 18 to of modification that It would be a restoration to cording to the degree sorfirst principles and insure good weath-- ' proposed, agalnt the existing civil March vice law. er for thc ceremony, as the 1th of judge of Judge W. F. Hall, is often disagreeable and dangerous to attends. Twice' the district Including Pineville, is the large crowd that judge o' in the last decade tho Inaugural occurr-- i ' spoken of as a candidate for to succeed Judge ed In rain and snow and oncp when the tho court of appeals mercury was at zero. Thc only objec- - Hazolrigg. Judge Hall is one of the In tho tion we could urge isthat it would give strongest and best democrats of McKinley. Sup mountains us two more months The pension lists will not be publishpose we wait till a democrat gets In ed. The secretary of the Interior Is is always out for the stuff. decidedly opposed to the proposition. Richmond nm, ,,.! ,.nnrliin TAirlnwil POllPt is IlOt TTo im not holieve it would roatilt in needed in this State except to make ' any ootl) bul Would furnish thc claim places for certain hungry hunters for aj,ont3 wjti, material for another raid pie, the citizens of that place "''o upon thc treasury, spectlve of party." held a meeting and A dispatch to the Lexington Herald n appointed a committee to go to Wash- - f,.om Frankf0rt savs that "Senator and urge the passago of Deboe's rJS) of Garrard, who is manipulating bill to divide tho State in two districts, tnngs for McCieary, Is said to have want tho court there as well as eure(j tne promise of the democratic the headquarters of the army of useless 8teerinK committee to gerrymander officials that the enactment of the law ,, district bv merely eliminating will provide. Verily it seems that Jackson and throwing It into tho lltb, Is for the old Hag and an ap McCreary thereby gaining a big adpropriatlon, especially the appropria vantage In tho race for the democratic tion. nomination in the Eighth." a According to the Courier-JournTHE LEGISLATURE. aspirants for librarian number of the The House instructed Congress to not lovers, if they did fall for office, bill and they will probably become wives, vote against the has been adopted to m- A resolution before the Mowers bloom again. Several pretty romances are woven by the Vestigate the affairs of the penitentia wnnrtni-fn- l littlft corrosuondent. G. V ries. A bill to prohibit the playing of base all of which will result In there being more candidates next time. The ad- - and foot bail on Sunday, has been prevertlsement Miss Calhoun's got out of.sented. make the tncit oi anjming tho race secured her a lucrative post- - A bill-ttion In an Ohio College, and positions less than $20 worth, petit larceny has are much better than the average hus been presented. The railroad commissioners have had band. a bill presented requiring tho railroads Mr. North's bill to prohibit the to haul them free. marriage of first cousins, making such Senator Goebel has offered a bill marriages Incestuous, was the first bill which makes those who employ men put on Its passage. There was a hot more responsible for injury to them. debate over It and after many members The body adopted a resolution Invihad aired themselves It was recommit- ting Hon. Wm. Jennings Bryan to adted. Mr. North spoke for tho bill and dress It at a time to be named by him. Impression. made a most favorable Mr. Mount has presented his bill to Is a probability that the House There amend the;on8tltutIon so as to make will pass It, with the Incestuous clause the payment of taxes a requls.to to voteliminated. ing. The trustees of tho Kentucky Schools Mr. Haverly, of Laurel, wunts to of Reform won their suit before Judge give a premium on disturbing religious Cantrlll to 'comiel Auditor Stone to worship by reducing the line from $20 pay the $10d,000 'appropriated by tho to $5. Though reported adversely, the Legislature. The board has partially House by a vote of 70 to 27 ordered Mr. agreed on a site near Lexington and will proceed at once to build one school Weatherford's bill to reduce certain for boys and girls and use only SoOjOOO, salaries advanced. Senator James has Introduced a or 6o much of It as may be necessary, measure to glvo the Colored Normal of tho appropriation. School at Frankfort, its pro rata of the Suggestion of a new motto for Ohio: Stato special school tax. Mr. North's bill to reduce the sala"Airis Most "but tiapna.1' Louisville Tfmea. ries of circuit judges and making it ft. .-.--.p snvs. amused the crowds tnat Htu tilfhtlv crowded the streets of that Space doesn't seem to be any object city during the last fair with his to the Harrodsburg Sayings. It has accompanlnent to his been running the Kentucky platform e speech, appeared to be ever since Its adoption and Saturday's deeply, damnably, deadly In earnest, paper not only contained It twice, but lie ought to go and bathe his heated some double column ads. appeared brow In the Kentucky and take the us- more than once. What's the matter ual precautions against the hydropho- with using boiler plate Bro. Marlmon ? bia. He'll bite himself severely thc The nomination of Attorney Genfirst things his friends know. eral Kenna to bo a supreme judge is THE California supreme court has de- held up by thc Senate because ho Is cided that not near so much divinity objected to by tho A. P. A.'s and Cohedges about a judge, as many of them llector Sapp's Is held up because he Is eeem to think while clothed In a little an A. P. A. Tho body ought to combrief authority. The editor of the Sac- promise by rejecting both. ramento Bee, after a judge had pronounced an article In his paper full of Hon. Ben Butterworth, from Ohio, and at present misstatements and mendacity, proved in a subsequent Issue of his paper that commissioner of patents, died Sunday the ludere was the liar and not he. Tho at Thompsonvllle, Ga. He was a great august Individual thereupon sent for Morwi nf c.n. W. C. P. Breckinridge .1 ,i 1,,J klm tn l,la mnmnrnliln the editor and fined hlra 80OO for contempt, besides adding a jail sentence. trial. Tho editor appealed and won, the court POLITICAL POINT3. holding that an editor's word is as good n judge Is only an as a judge's and that Lt. Gov. Worthlngton has applied for of contempt when ho Is on tho a pension of $150 a month. object bench, or words to that cllect The committee on public buildings ' . ,. trrounds at Washington has decid nnd WHEN Hanna lounu mat money huu,' ! report no puolic building bill un , made his elect on sure, he telegraphed.1-- lu ' as follows to McKinley, whom ho owns , Advocates of the Hawaiian annexa body and soul: "God reigns and there tion scheme claim to have the neces- nuhllrnn nartv still lives." It was both . f t. .. C?nMsx ttnl f kIHv nnd Kacrlleeious. besides being. ""'J """ paraphased from the memorable ex-- i Maj. P?'p. Johnston, of Lexington, prcssion of the lamented Garfield. God hQ ,g ft u!in(i(lalc for jrovornor and has little to do with republican politics; viU reMon ,w chajrman of tho State - Wiv TK'r1" , patcnt-raedlcln- moro difficult for special judges to draw pay, was favorably reported. Dr. Andrew Seargcnt rushes to thc front with a bill to repeal tho Jim Crow car law and conferring police power on employes on passenger trains. Tho Senate committee on charitable Institutions confirmed tho governor's nomination of Dr. R. F. Portor, colored, to bo third assistant physician at the Lakeland Asylum. Mr. Chinn offered a bill repealing charters of all banks granted by general assembly since ISoR, and which do not accept the local taxation statutes on or before July 1, 1S0S. Tho Senate committee on railroads will report favorably the McChord bill to empower the railroad commissioners to fix freight rates where charges of extortion are suntalned. Representative" North got down to "biz" again Friday and presented batch of bills, among them one to repeal the act to exclude Crab Orchard Springs from Crab Orchard, to amend thc mob law bill and protecting persons and property from mobs, to prevent stock from running at large and to raise tho amount of appeals to the highest court to $240. an-oth- er ing her hair. Fltzslmnions' record, which Is tho best of nny fighter that ever lived, Is as follows: Fought 4 battles, lasting 1D0 rolinds in all. nnd won them all. Corbott has fought 32 battles, lasting 1 Mrs. Jennie Kolley, one of tho best known women of Woodford county, was badly burned at Versailles while dry- PRICL - CUTTING "Without Parallo!. We aio aware of tho Importance of clearing our house its much as possIbV preparatory to putting in our new spring stock and have decided to keep up this bulness iintij it is done so our patrons must hear in mind It is a curtainlv about price-cullin- g 311 rounds, won 21, lost & 2, draw 0. road Co. has executed a mortgage to the Union Trust Co., of Philadelphia, on "tho road as tho samo now is, or hereafter shall bo constructed, from Versailles to Beatty vlllo." to secure tho The Louisville Southeastern Rail- payment of ?2,500,u00 of first mortgage bonds that tho company propose to Issue of 30 years at per cent., payable In gold. no less than 200,000 people on tho Island of Cuba are In the last stages of 10-ce- According to advices from Gen. Leo, BARGAINS! when they call on us. M Uses' Jackets, Chi droll' Jacket, Ladles' Jackets and at factory prices, l'oy'sand men's at over-coals I ..J I BRIEF NEWS NOTB3. Music Hall, at Cleveland, was de stroyed by fire. -WnlU nlchor was killed by a rollIntr loir In Harlan county B. F. Avery's plow factory at Louisville, suffered a S7f,000 loss by fire. Edward Shannon, L. & N. yardmas-te- r at Paris, was killed by an engine. A fox hunt on bicycles was a fin de slccle entertainment in North Dakota. William Huddleston was thrown from his horse In Whitley county nnd killed. Arch Day, Jr., was killed by Henry Kash at a church meeting near Hazel Green. boy Ellas Orange, a 12-committed suicide by of Morgantown, hanging. Will T. Landrura, 25, of Mayfield, is a 32nd degrco Mason the youngest in . y ear-year-o- ld destitution and are wholly dopondent upon charity. To feed these people on a ration per day would cost $20,000 dally, which sum is double the amount so far received. 'Another report says that UO.000 Cubans starved to death during ISitT. Friday the dallies haddonblo column headlines to tell of the crisis In Cuba, with this govert mont preparing to send a war lleet there, but the next dav thev tald that the Cuban scare had subsided at Washington, and official reports from Consul General Lee fay all Is quiet at Havana. No war ships will bo sent to Cuba, but they will be ill,tiuiei mblcCttO lr.iu In n any sudden call for their presence that rin-inmil- HALF THEIR VALUE until the close of this season. Hoots at your own price. Hlankets for the coming cold weather nt 76c, fl and Jl 60 to H " per pair. Colored dress goods nt half value !o clean up what is left. Flannels at astonishing prices. A wool, while and grey flanno at 15c pot yard, a finer one at 26c All wool skirts at 60c. pink, white and blue at i.'6c jor yard. Fancy stripped at 36 per yard. Flannelettes at Uc per ynrd. Feather boas 1 may ue miuie oy ueu. jcc. LAND AND STOOK COLUMN. J. M. Dolaney bought of J. E. Lynn a bunch of cattle at 3!c. F. IwTribble bought of B. G. Fox a good pair of mules for Slltf. J.C McCIary sold to Miss Florence Trueheart a Jersey cow for 825. Wm. Tarr has sold 21 &ugar mules to Hudson ,t Co., of Lexington, at $155. Paris News. Louie Lotinc, 2:051, netted Cecil Bros., of Danville, $2,S00 last year and afterward sold for 2,000. Rev. J. T. Sharrard sold the horse advertised to Mr. Richard Cobb for $50 tho same that ho gave a year or so ago. Georgo T. Wood bought in Tennessee 90 plain cattle, 000 toSOO pounds, at about 3c. IIo sold 30 of them to W. M. Mathoy nt 25c A fow ot thoso 11.25 mulllcrs 115c loft which wo arc closing, at each. LrbrGllas50c Men and ladies' rubbers at 2."ic por It is useless lo be without a good pair hat now. We have doen men's derby us from $1.25 to lint that actually $2.25 wholesale, which we are now closing at 2V each to III. nt REMEMBER . tf-..1 1 r -, .,1 1 ac-a- re it ' Far-ingto- j j . se-Th- i al anti-scalp- er J M. S. Thomas, of Boyle, bought 24 The Ohio is rising an Inch an hour at uiulua from J. T. Stewart, of this coun Cincinnati and Is already beyond the ty, Monday, paving $1, w ror the danger line. bunch. Uurrodburg Democrat There are 1,132 cases on tho docket Bay horse, 153 hands high, hip down T. D ItAXKY, Manager of thc Daviess circuit court which be- and shaved on sides, at my farm. Owngun yesterday. er can got by paying for thU notice In Hancock county. Tenn., .Margaret 'and keep. John G Lynn, May wood. Shelton shot and killed her paramour, steer left my A 1,000 to 1, Tom Forsythe. place about three wooks ago. Reward Archy Lockcley, a triple murderer, for hi return or information leading was hung at King nnd Queon court- to recovery. Geo. S. Shelby, Shelby house, Va., Friday. City. Oliver Jenkins was killed In Harlan S.M.Owens shipped from McKln-nccounty by Louis Barkhouse in a quar to Atlanta yesterday for W. P. rel over a small debt. of Tate and Cyrus M. Jones, a Mrs. William Taylor, of Harrison mules that they have been feeding county, murdered her newly born babe. since last fall. She Is thought to be Insane. R. Cobb, Jr., had his Shorthorn Two railroads, each to cost about hornless bull, Tippecanoe, at Danvillo I'boMi No. t. and about 400 miles long, are yostorday and ho attracted a good deal :rThi ItMRcrof Past GmtIi'H' I'iMiit MrMght to itT Vukon country. to be Lnllt to the of attention. Ha Is 20 months old and citizen of weighs 1,500 pounds. John Sparks, a Seymour, Ind., was kicked In the stomClay ,t Wulllngton, of Clark, sold at ach by a mule and died .'W minutes Louisville, 2(5 hogsheads of tobacco, weighed 2(1,730 pounds not, and Slmms. charged with the murder which wan raisudun 15 acres of ground. It of Miss Buckley, was discharged from average of 513.52. custody by tho examining court of Glas brought $3,075 ib. an Sales of extra butcher cattle at I, 22 gow. L. Finn. Georgia's exports at 1.30, 300 hogs at 3 to 3.10, 30 Cam. John wealthiest real estate ownor, commit yearling steers at $30, a car loud of ted suicide at Thomasvllle. He was a butcher stuff at to 3 and 100 barrels of corn at $1.55 in the field are reportvictim of drink. compositor at tho ed in the Winchester Democrat. Louis Alfeld, a Have thu lno.1 uppriivftt Danville Court. If there wore Cincinnati Enquirer office, shot his sweetheart, Minnie Paehnar, on ac- any cattle sales at Danville yesterday they were made secretly. None to count of jealousy. The New York World says the rail- sneak of were on the market and the roads swindle the jwstal dopaitmcnt day wus a "short" one in every way. A Soupt nnd Tollt t Article on the SUlket. out of 310,000,000 or more every year few mules changed hands at $30 to $00. , And !lt.t Mnv of lVrfumi-A. G. Whitley sold to Dr. J. T Laps-le- y and calls loudly for a halt. brick building occuthe A mulatto barber, who wrote a note pied bv Logan Denny, the druggist, a white girl proposing to elope with for $0,000. R. G. Evans sold to Thomto nor, was run out of Paducah after being as W. Grltllr., of Syracuse, N. Y., a maro by Lord Rusfine beaten almost Into Insensibility. Danville Advocate. Thomas McQueny, of narrlson, Ind., sell, for $1,000. shlppe! 12 cars of cattle, J. W. Bales drank carbolic acid because his wife comprising 175, 135 of which wore purIt is very necessary this Cold Weather to Keep the Hotly Warm" scalded him for staying out too late at chased of T. D. Ohenault, of this counnight. Doctors saved him by hard ty, and tho remaining 40, of Hardner, of You can do so by buying a Good njk work i M..A. nig tuiiii; iih .... liuuUi rniJS snf...i In. uiliucu! uiui Carey Howe got out pf the charge of- 1,K)0 pounds and brought 1.85. Jessie Summers ut Flem- Igutlng in round numbers nearly $11,000. iiiL'sburgT by proving that others were JAll'llIIJMIIU, IVUIHIUI, as guilty as he. at R. W. McWHUams, ! Huntington, W. Va., has been arrested and held under $5,000 bond for alleged I will oltiT at public Hale at my ri'slrienco Heavy Lined, Water Proof Hoots and in fact any thing that goes to complicity In the theft of 814,000 worth III UUWIUIIUi ivy., Ull of city orders. make the body comfortable. Bring the money TERMS CASH. In a blind tiger fight In Leslie coun18U1, 1898, Caldwell, Smith Helton, Tuesday, ty, Robert John Williams and Tom Wilson, all One house nnd lot containing .1 acres with colored, were killed and Will Burgas good house', it barn for hlx IiuhiI of mortally wounded. crib, and stock, The 821,000 verdict given Engineer ull nucesury outhullilliigH, good chtern and two hydrant. AIm27 Aituh Fred R. Ketcham against tho Chicago )iouo and & Northwestern railroad for alleged of Land adjoining ubovu with and lot now good, was set aside by Judge thu hind of I. M. lirucu,hold Hvo acres of toblacklisting will tobacco barn that Clifford at Chicago. bacco on it. This Is good, productive upland John Watklns, a youth of 10, shot and Is all tllablu. l'ivo teres can o In tonnfnlln wnitndf'd James IlftrTlH. bacco this season. This Is desirable land for year older, at Chllllcothe, O., because small fruit or vlnynrd and strawberries, .v. lnttnn hnid the former's sweetheart with good market right at hand, or will bring 12 barrels of corn or 20 busliuls of too tight while dancing. acre, and Is steamship Ranza, clear- wheat to thuof Stanford. Just outsldo thu Tho British limits Bremen with 0 town also hell a good driving hor.es standed from Savannah for Will bales of cotton, exceeding by 7,00o mare by old;, ard bred, 5 to 7 lluvii It put on whllo thu weather U had. largest cargo hitherto shipSlambrlno Startle, 3 years old; 1 half Norbales tho man draft horse; 2 brood nnd work ped from an American port. mare; 2 illly colts, by William Relnecke, vice president 2 Pence: 2 Jersey cows; active manager of the Kentucky grade Jersey heifers, Shorthorn cow; of and 4 has made a personal Trust Company, them bred to Registered Jersey bull; i Poassignment and loft Louisville, leaving u shouts; 2 land China shoatsr 20 very bad turning plows: 2 mowing machines; hay the affairs of the company in rake; 1 grain drill, harness, tools, kc. shape. Tkhms On lands, a cash. Ilalancuitand A. J. Crawford, who went to Misper cent. Interest souri and married after his wife got a 12 months, with Ca lien retained on thu from land. divorce from him, returned to Hender- date of sale and 810 cash; ovur sums married his first wife again, Other property credit under days on negotiason and of 120 that amount a Headed by U. S. VODEL, 1)0. 38,353. has- been sentenced to HI years for big- the world. at $22.b3. Wo will continue to give n clock or one piece of Silverware with every $20 purchase. The Louisville Store 100-pou- WHEN YOU WANT y Prompt, Efficient And Satisfactory car-loa- d SERVICE. . f well-to-d- o la-J- oe PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Keep Your Skin Soft. CVaig 8f : .' jocker FACE LOTONS. two-stor- y four-year-o- ld KEEP Willi. .... aggro-strayin- g PUBLIC SALE Jan. Overcoat, overshoes, Ear muffs, Warm Soft Underwear, Gloves, I flve-roo- m Htnokc-houM- .', co:il-hou- u, H. J. McROBERTS. WEiHAVE A 11 rol 11 ..l 11 lop For That Buckboard Of Tours 18,-20- 1 1 Ilerk-hlr- B. K. WEAR EN A 1 jUflft Locust Herfl Reg. Poland Cnjnas. te - amy. ble note, bearing 0 John, Charles and George Quarlcs, Owing to bad weather this brothers and Will Dawklns, whltecap-pcrwho killed Charles Winslow, a sale was postponed to Tuesday, Negro witness against them In PIJco January 18, 1898. county, Ala., were glvcp 20 years each H. J. DARST. In the penitentiary. s, date. per cent. Interest from H. .1. OAHST. Son of Klovur'n Model, No. 'J0.710. tho greatest hrcwilng hog living, nnd HUNDLEY'S CLAUDE, No. 12,6'Ji, Hon of tho World' Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. FJno, toppy young bourn ready forsurvlco. A fow hhbw gilt old enough to brtd, and bred sows In every respect, with a specialty, for ale, This Htock In strictly Jjwt-clas-H pedigree. Price reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour want or come and seo my hogs. A fow frcjdi Jersey Cows for sajo. Thoy are good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Box 105, Duuvlllc, Ky."' Eggn.ll for 13. i It L mmmm mJTftw x I nt 1 Minn L - Kt' v?!'!ffB3flS' xiwmt&g& THE INTERIOR Stanfohd, Ky., -- JOURNALES Jan. Ilustonvlllc. 1b E. C. WALTON, BusiNlWS Llfo and Companies. MltS. Sophia C.UtsoN left ycitorduy 18, 1898 for tho Masonic Homo at Louisville, in which tho lodpo hero Imil secured her n homo for lifo. Her 'niabiiiul. tho into Manaciiul Hanco Cnrson, once a prominent man hero, whs u hljjh Maon for innny ycrtrs. jh11-tflou. Youii watch will bo repaired skill- fully by Dailies, tho Jeweler. for coal. Farm products taken in exchange J. II. Baughman fc Co. CASH 1'AID for llfo liwurnnco Address W. S. Allen, 1 O. llo.x, 157, LOOAL MATTRB3, II. J. Daust's sale occurs m to-da- Danville, Ky. prescription SrKClAL or illliicull work n.ay be left to us with tho utmost co nlkli neo. Penny's Dnur Store. Dan'KS, the jeweler, for jowolry. ) i Till', first installment of an interesting story of the battle of Stone River Git ah am and buckwhoat Hour at and tho killing of Col. McKce appears Iligglns & MeKlnnoy's. on our first page. It is by Capt. B F. of Highland, a girl. In my house, if price is any inducement. Ladies' shoes that I have been selling for Powell, who sulTcred n severe wound Mil. Gko. V. Bhicjht made u business STOitii-KOOnext to Farmers Bank In it. trip to Lebanon Friday. for rent. W. P. Walton. Mil. J. S. Hlwdixy went down to Tub railroad rate from Stanford to Monhy. To loan on real estate Washington county Friday. Newport News on tho occasion of the Mits. Polly Vai'i'iian has taken f00. Apply nt this olllco. christening of the "Kentucky" hns rooms at Miss Cnrrio Porter's. stock of Falls Branch been fixed at $l'l.2. for the round-trip- . Wk havo M. A. J. Haw's llttlo ton, Everett Coal now. a full Baughman & Co. Sleeping car accommodations can be J. II. Summerson, has the pnoutnonia. 9 had for 81 for a double berth or $S for JTor choice of any in my house. Misses shoes sold for $2 to $2.25 I now oiler for $1.25 Mus. Will W. Hays 1b out ugainaf-to- r LOST box containing jewelry between a section. an Illness of several weeks. Cedar Creek and Stanford. Lcuvo at and 51. TUB Mlddlcsboro News gets gay over Miss Mahy VaNOY has returned this olllco. 11.1 calls in a tho fact that there were but from a visit to friends at Lebanon. Dairy. Mr. A. C. Martin, of Sauf-lc- day over the Telephone Exchange hero Mils. L. A. Faiuss, of Lexington, Is is contemplating starting a dniry to 0.'Jft over the one in Its town. Don't visiting tho family of J. II. I'out. be so fresh young man. Ours hns just of Boyle, spent, here; bomothlug much needed. Mils. Haiuiis Chaio, been put In and the Item was to show days with Mrs. T. J. Hill. several To You. You must pay your account those who 6ald It wouldn't pay that al Talso have a line of shoes which cost $1.50, $1.75 and $2 a pair which am offering for Dit. J. W. Acton has located at Boo at once. Delay Is dangerous so don't ready it is coming into general use. Lick, for tho practice of his profession. take chances. M. S. A: J. W. Baughonlv 1. J. T. IlAltUIS has opened a harness man. 75c ON the $100. Tho city council at making shop over Baughmim's stable. its last meeting granted liquor license Hbavy rams ending yesterday in a to Traylor fc IIutTmnn and permitted Miss Hattik Jonhs. of Buckeye, spent sovoral days with Mrs. J. W. cold snap, with promise of fair weath- bar ro.;ms to keep open till midnight, I'crrln. tells tho tale since our last instfitd of 10 o'clock us heretofore. er Miss Mahy Vahnon wont up to tho issue. Cle-L. R. Hughes gave bond for mountains Sunday to look after hor fulihftii orformance of dutios with J. Tub chain gang is to tome oxtunt coal lands. B. Paxton as surety; Mr. Paxton also was ovor from changing tho condition of Stanford Mils. U. L. Klkin mmhllost town In became surety for Treasurer A. A. McLancaster yosterday to moot hor hus- from tho nastiest and Klnnoy and Dr. Steele Bailey for Mar tho State. band and tho chickens. shal O. J. Newland. The tax loy was "God hath chosen you to salvation Mils. J. S. HocKKit and son, Jossc, PLKASB call and settle your account. fixed at 75 cents on 8100, 50 cents of through sanctillcation of tho Spirit loft Sunday for Kansas City to visit hor We have adopted tho cash system and which Is to go to tho Water, Light & and belief of the truth." Bro. slstor, Mrs. It. W. Hooker. must close up our crodll business. W. Ice Co., cents for miscellaneous exwho tells us that it was a most MlSSBS N'KVA COOK and Annio Ham-we- B. MoRoborts. sermon, paid tho Helms a penses, 1(5 for otllcors and 5 for bonds-Thof Montlcollo. arrived Friday to clTort to havo tho prohibition high tribute and expressed much sorTo TlCACII Kits. Sunt. Gnrland Sin visit Mrs. Dr. L. B. Cook. against side entrances to saloons re- row at the loss to the community. Mr. GkouobC. Kkllkh, Jit., has return- gleton asks us to inform the teachers pealed failed. Helm left yesterday to hold a meeting ed to Washington City to work in tho that ho has received their money and at Germantown. ATis ready to disburse it. SHANNON. When Walton's Opera Government Printing Olllco. of Garrard, who 17 years ago by Mits Mils. En Wai.kku. House was MATRIMONIAL. J. C. McClary, the undertaker, has Julia Hunt,opened week's engagement-therMis .1. C. In a has boon visiting hor Fifty-fou- r bought the intorcst of his silent part-nodivorce suits are penditi Hays, returned homo Saturday. was a woe llttlo blonde scarcely Mr. M. S. Baughman, and is now tu the Boll circuit court. Miss Oimuclia Lackky lb btiek from running the business alone. out of short clothes, who played tho T. P. Padgett, 2:, and Miss Sarah juvenile parts In tho repertoire so a delightful visit to hor cousin, the Jotters, 21, wore married nt Highland . In Louisville. THIS turnpike presidents who agreed charmingly us to elicit great applause. Mft Thorn-wonSunday. Miss annus Lkis Hionky, daughter to take bonds can now obtain thorn by The llttlo lndy has fully kept the prom0 HUSTONAZILLG, KY. Mrs. Eph Mooro got a verdict of of Joiib Itlgney, left for tho Nounal leaving with the committee deeds con- ise of her youth to become a fine uo. against Mrs. Arnolda Dixon at LouSchool til Bowling Groen, yotorday. tross and in a leading part In thatgreat isa for alienating tho ullootlons of her veying their turnpikes U tho county. farcical hit. "Miss Francis of Yale," Hits WUJ.IOT, of tho Hubble Miction, DIVORCIS. C. C. Wlllinm?, Esq., has she is winning plaudits from press and husband. had a shoulder dUlociiiotl by his horse E. II. .lolf, who was married to Mafulling with hlui while driving mulos. filed a suit for divorce for Mrs. Mary people this season. She is tho daugh- tilda Jclf when he was 15 and she 42 In order to reduce our Injrnence stock for tho next thirty days wo will oifer a clean cut Dit. 15. J. BltOWN was called to Ml. Agnes Brown agaitibl Daniel L. Brown, ter of tho Lexington Lodge of Elks years old, was grantod a divorce in on every article In the hou.se. alleging cruel and inhuman treatment. at Lexington and last waek, when the Vernon yonlunlay to attend Louisville on the "rounds of abandonwhoeo wounds are llkoly to jirove King, son of company played there, it presented her ment. Charlky, the Clarence Hicks. 21, and Miss Julia fatal. Win. Ruid, of Highland, was taken with a "loving cup" of very handsome Hicks, 15, were married at Nicholas-vlllo- , That will fatten the lean purse, enlarge tho boundary of limited means, broaden und dlg- MIL W. II. IIuiuinh was sulilcieiitly with-thcroup about l the other design, which she accepted in a most tho groom, it is said, having nlfy the dollar atid bring sunshine Into each life. rworerod to return to tho store jester-.l..i- . morning and before (I the little fellow graceful manner and in mot appropri- forged the srirl's mother's name to a Mrk. W. S. Warrou Is still orltl- - was dead. ate torma of thanks. The company is request for license. Nody Starkey, formerly of Somerset enily 111. playing at Macauley's, Louisville, this f Middlesboro. was married Itargalus as sure anTl ccttaln as sunrise. Tho virtue In values, tho beauty MorkTkli'IUIONKS. Mr. James A. week and Miss Shannon, who is a great but now-oMISSWS BKSSIl! BUKNSIDltund Mat-at the latter place Saturday to Miss In well chosen goods und tho iower In low prices are the Klktn, two Garrard county buautles Duddorar and others, of the Gilberts favorite there, is receiving much at- Kate Colson, daughter of the late John C. Colson und niece of Congressman pat sereml days witn Miss Pearl Creole section, ure making an olTorl to tention. Colson. run a telephone Hue from Gilberts Burtiblde. RELIGIOUS READING. PitOCTOK, formerly of Creek to Stanford. Dit. D. E. I The county judge of Bourbon refused ltookoastlo and lato of Louisville, Last Callkou Taxbs.- - Town prop- to let a couple of Mormon preach in of our complete and careful selected stock of general merchandise. The above Is no adu to clinntru his paper to writes suit-mhome erty on which taxes have not boon jkiIiI tho court-hou-, Itlglit at mill for thu right iiiitu. Flu. Co.il Plants In Stanford, Ky. vertising scheme. tVo are determined and must reduce our stock, which means a clean will be advertised and sold if the own-ar- s Elder Joe Severance will preach at Tfit) llmt on'nlng for a young linsliit- -s cut. This limit reduction has been mado on all of our goods to day. Fkhd ElciliSNiiKUOKit, the shotnak. do not nettle with me at once. O. tho Christian church here next Sunday mini over otivrcii. ji son 11 wceuuii 10 uiv J3flf"Notlce counter from dny to day. prope rty or, has rented C. C. Wltliorn' L. & N. 11. K. Co. and tin- old man can't run CHAItLF-- ".VHEELFIL Pror. Tho Crlgltmtor and Prcrcoti i of Low Prices. morning and night. Cointi anil l'o ami lrarn jirk'L1 anil and moved his fftm" J. Xewiand, collector. alone. on Whitley Avenue 1L NOEL. ' tornw " ' After a visit to Jossamino, Rev. J. 01 At the ollloo of Noel .c Son. near Depot. lly Into It. CLOSINU OCT. -- Not his store by any MltS. JOK. F. W.VtT.iLS. and Itobert means, but his big stock of Zeigler M. Bruce reports that thero Is not a Harding wont to Harrodeburg Satur shoes, and Mr. W. H. Shanks takes a Baptist preacher living in tho county. Rev. F. Glider's meeting at tho M. wy day to spend a few days with the hus- column to tU what a cut lie has made . E. church, Burbourvillo. has so far reI will rent publliiy on tin- promlM-iband and father. SUCCESSOR TO J. B. HIGGINS, in them. Call at once and secure a sulted in 01 additions. Saving souls is HmtAmt llriWMAN returned with his great bargain. 27, 1898, better than monkeying with politics as Thursday, Mary Bowman, from Ab. mother. Mrs. Till' supervisor stood pat on most of the brother has been doing. Mv Utm located on the Hanging l'ork, 7 ingdon, Va., his Illness preventing him 0, will be observed mllos from Stanford unit t) miles from Dan'i'i of assessments and granted Sunday, February thoir raises from resuming his studios. ville, and about IK) of which Is for corn, S8 ncros for oats. Twontv-oii- o acie- of new Mil J. W. PKlilUN, who has bee.n but few appeals from their decision. by Cumberland Presbyterians as the s. is about Tho total tateels $14l,:W, which will birthday of tho denomination and as meadow and about 175 notes of nick for tho past six months, Also agent for the Deering Binders, MowThe dwelling and other Improvement", are In Agricultural Implements condition, new corn criiw, uirge oonvnluscutil and ho will soon start out bring in a pretty large sum for the tho 17 anniversary of tho Young Peo ers and Rakes. Also agent lor the Repairs for the above tobacco barn, and fertile land to go In county and State. ple's Society of Christian Endeavor on the road for tho Singer Co. machines. Will be glad to have those who htate of Dudley, tobacco. ThN land Is tu it good It) grownculBishop Thomas Underwood In notes Mil and Mks. William Wall-mmCHthink of buying to see my stock Josse F. Cook, of this of Kentucky, has been nominated to tivation, rifty-ulg- aniNOacres toIs bottomland Sold Out. corn N clovursod of Mlddleaboro, wore guests county, who was a uiembor of tho lirni grown of tho on which 75 bushels of corn has been IsfiTZT ? uZbTHD of Mr. E. Bremer. Mr. W. is manager of II. C. Glass A; Co., of Montlcollo, has tho otllco of general secretary GKE3T to the aiTi. The farm will be rented as a Domestic and Foreign Missionary So- whole or In Fopanito tract-.- . of the New South Browing Co. sold out his interest to John Shearer, samo time will sell eight yearling Agont for Illssell Chilled Plows; the most Improved chill plow. Orders tukeu for Coal At II. J. McKonr.KTS was chosen ono of ol Wayne. .Mr. L. is unueciueu us ciety of tho Episcopal Church, which steersthe heifers and four calves, tlvo ow and from T. L. Shelton's Coal Yard. is cquivolcnt to election. and pigs, work mules, brood mares und oththu oxocutlvo committee of tho Ken to what business he will pursue. Waynes-bur- g er horse stock, a lot of locust posts, some By a unanimous vote of the tucky Poultry Association, which was 15 tons 12 which ho has ao barrels corn and undorKitchen of hay, and week In Louisville. Furniture. in subsion last of Littlb Ni:u Hbali'Y, bon of Rev. served Sunday school for tho last 15 u lot alsoHouseholdfarming machinery of all so faithfully Will sell my Mu. MautS. BastiN, who has been and Mrs. Gcorgo P. Taubman, got hold 10 o'clock. Jr., was kinds. Sale to commence nt B. at work at Pittsburg, lias had to give of u bottle of carbolic acid at Mrs. years, Supt. E. tho Caldwell, year. A Terms mudo known on duy of salo. present for because Fannie Green's Sunday afternoon and up his position for the present U0 MKS. MAUY C WHITC. Hubble, Ky. worthily bestowed. N. It. Good piano will also bo sold of a nervous trouble, with which ho is in his otTort to get it to his mouth the worthy honor Tho Christian church hero has unanAt Before the Tariff Prices. alll ic ted. lluid spilled on his shoulders and facet LF.SSONS IN SKAKOUNT tltld wife, of burning the little fellow considerably. imously called Eld. F. W. Allen, of Dit. ANOKKW Ho Fulton, Mo., to its pastorate. Hopklnsville. spent several days with Physical Culture And Vocal Expression. Mr. McKinley perhaps never saw the linen looms of two excellent sermons Sun sister, Mrs. Annio Lasloy. Tho Old Bicyclist. Mr. James II. Pru-It- preached his In day and mado everybody hope that ho of tho West End, although considIreland and Germany but he wjll cut quite a figure in the doctor represents Christian county will ueeopt tho cull. Ho will, however, Nora Murphy Coodknight, erably past three score years, is said to tho Legislature. price of linens you buy in the future. We are showing a and alter dePilot'. J. M. SuiOLl), tho singing be tho most expert bicyclist In that sec- return to Missouri first, L. lthlnehearfs residence, oppoAt Mrs. E. fine line of new patterns at very low prices. ovangollst, has gono to Ocala, Florida tion. Ho can ride as fast and us fur as ciding will write from there. site Dr. W. It. O'Hannou's. his llfo hangs by a Goodknlght has studied the solonco Realizing that Mrs. to join Rev. C. E. Powell in cvangelis" tho best of them and if necessary can of Vocal Reoves, son und been trained In tho Art of Oratory Ex-In work. Uo will remain llvo months do some trick riding that will puzzle very slender thread, Leslie tic pression In tho best schools of John Reoves, deceased, who Is slow lloston where tho subject Is more thoroughtho most active youngster. In Florida. Lexington Leader. elsely dying of consumption, sent for Rev. ly studied and bettor taught than Mesdamks William Stanlky, of Tub directors of the First National G. W. Young Tuesday, pro'essea re where In Europe or America. In llfo every To 90c. Guaranteed fast color. No matter what tho vocation Glasgow, and Emily Mason, of Emi- Bank mot Saturday and tho Hglon and received tho ordinance of ono needs this tho most Important us well Goodnence who havo been visiting their old ofllccrs as follows: J. S. Ilocker, buntlsm on what will probably prove lis tlio most useful of nil Arts. toMrs. traintho knlght gives special attention sister, Mrs. Bailey, at Mrs. Lou president; John J. MoRoberts, cashier, to bo his death bed. Richmond UU ing of touchers, lawyers und preacher. Shanks', returned home Suturduy. Napkins to Lessons from a a. m. till I i it. on Tuesand A. A. McKlnnoy, assistant cashier. At 50c. Best wearing goods made. and Tho 2nd quarterly meeting for Stan days, Thursdays cjil! Saturdays. For furDICICGENTUY, of Lexington, spent Mr. McRoberls has boon with tho bank on or address Mrs. G. match at $1.25, 5 8 do. at 75c. You should see the uew Freuohorsvlllo will ther Information sovernl duye with his brothers and sis- .'11 years and Mr. McKlnney 25, instead ford. Hebron und during iitxive specified hours at Mrs. At other times ut her homo ono begin Thursduy at 7 P. M. at tho Meth ter hero boforo starting for Seattle, of 24 years, as reported last week. o on Danvlllo plko. SO Chi y odist church. Dr. W. '. vaugnan win mllo from will likely mako Washington, whoro ho Friday night, at 20 ybars. Mr. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., Stanford go to tho Klon-dyk- o his home, If he doesn't who has held the position for 20 yours, Preachersvillo Saturday, n A m. anu Extra wide Linen for wide tables. Prices range from 48c In tho Spring. Muster of Wuynesburg i:;t0 i M., Hebron Sunday U a. m. with to I1.75. Come and let us show you. Dealers In MIS3 Janib FklaND entertained at was dinner Saturday, Masonla Lodge, No. .'128. Tho other Bacramont and 'at Stanford Sunday an clogant and others as follows: officers are: J. W. Harris, S. W.; Mat night with sacrament. s hor Rev. Ben Helm preached his fareW. D. D. Hays, Secred Mrs. Geo. P. Taubman, Misses Jennio Estes, J. W.; Order Ofllcn and Feed Exchange near Ky. & Harvo Floyd, Treasurer; John well sermon at tho Methodist church. Crossing. Depot St., Stanford, and Mario Warron, Manila and Jonnlo tary; appre-- Coul Ynrd, Mill St., lately J. II. Hlgglns' lnst Sundav nicht to a largo and S. D.; E. W. Caldwell, J. D ' Lynn, Suo Rout, Linda Owsley, Mattio Staton, ' ciatlvo audience, from 2nd Thesa. 2:1.V Stund. Satisfaction Giluranteca. Jhn. 1 II. Singleton, S. fc T. and Essie Burch. Vandeveor Coal at cost. it Co. LOST. In Stanford or on Hall's Gap pike, a pair of gold spectacles In tasc. Return and get reward. Mrs. Mary C. Mathcny. Found. A new vallso containing a suit of clothes, Borne underwear and a lot of books and letters. Owner can get by calling on Gua MeCormack or addressing him at Stanford. m CLOSING OUT. gHgH Having arranged to handle a line of shoes much better adapted to the public needs than the Zeigler make f have determined to sell every pair of Seo ad. J. II. Baugli-- PERSONAL GOSSIP. Bolts to tho wlfoof J. M. Dolancy, tin ZEIGLER'S SHOES 13.25 ARE NOW OFFERED M 8-- V m m Al SI. 50 y, CHILDREN'S REDUCED IN PROPORTION I m GOME EARLY AND GET CHOIGE to-da- y, k W. H. SHANKS. THE ANTE INVENTORY Grin-biond, 1 y, o Slaughter Sale. -- bit-tor- , e r, The Charles Wheeler Emporium, ?2,-00- The Day Dawns for Careful Buyers "' ox-Jail- three-year-ol- d A Sunburst of Bargains e Yo4ur Purse fitted and Eye pleased U Do-Lan- d, KL0NDYK6 - Day Light Truths and Shining Realities S e. H- - " " " . RENTING &SALE. - U. 3D., BRIGHT. X Jan, - Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Farm Wagons, X blue-gras- llrst-clu- ss T, ht jFIKIOIEIS. IEW LIHEMS t, Colored Linens at 25p 72 fVCH GERMAN LINEN, sail themiim and Rose Patterns, Hhlno-heart- s. court-hous- NOEL(S6SON, Hull-roa- " '1 'I llvo-cours- o elass-roatc- Coal, Corn And Hay, SEVERANCE M SpN. -.; ,.., .uaijiMit.. BMMMWWnm"""11.' 51 gt -.- .- ' -.- Will wwi. TAT ... l V 'T-.- Wj. ; - jui. iu mi-- !B.' j.4J ? , f ." 1". ' fgny?ywR- - - - f"JT(-"- , .' P f-r- - -- "Twipv-- j'-'- r' - - s 'i S -- . . ' I - ""-? ttJW - ' v 5Tl . " t "" rp vi Tho pickets hailed each other aud pro- WAYNESIIUKQ MIECINCT NO. 3 posed a "talk," arms were laid THE INTERIOR JOURNAL UATTLE OK STONE ItlVER AND KILLING and about 50 Rebels and Federalsdown Austin, K. H. 00 WHITE mot 4 45 ncrcs '1)7 OP COL. M'KEK. nt a bend In the creek, about midway Haugh, Alfred D. 12 ncrcs 'l0 7 Bnl. 4 00 TINNING & PLUMBING, HY H. F. POWELL. between the lines of the bollgcrents, Baker, Mrs. E. C. , N. K. 125 ncrcs va.Tsllsli.eS.Tw.osAa'yn.oua.d X"xtda.vo STANFORD, KY., I had hoped ere this to have seen In there was a great shaking of hands and '07 1 40 AT tho columns of the newspapers some show of friendship on both sides and IJastin'e, Lnnco holrs 150 ncrcs '00-- 7 3 80 Is now tirviinrcrt to do nil kinds of I'lutuhlnc null Tinning. Solo proprietor of Demi's sa nr.rt "vicyk int At Vj.zcjg account of tho part taken by the ;ird an hour or more was spent in pleasant Urackett, John 103 ncrcs Unl. 14 1)5 Illnck Dlntnonil Hoof 1'iuiit. Telephone No. of Stone exchange of sentiment on the exciting Boyes, Ed N. It. 35 ncres. '00-In tho battle Ky. 1 05 SO, residence. Hioiioti Mill St.. onpslte J. W When not so paid OS. CO will e charged RiverInfantry !15 years ago. This regi- topic of the day, the war. One Rebel Htirfew, Clmrles .V fought 2 75 II. IlntiKlimnu Co.S Mill 100 ncrcs '07 ment was commanded on that day by of lugubrious countenance, with ulnrge Hall's Early heirs 178 ncrcs '07 4 45 LOCAL the lameuted and gifted McKeo. Tho cotton handkerchief tied around his Cain, C. W. 75 ncrcs 'l'iJ-- 7 2 35 services of this eallant band of heroes head, said to one of the boys: "Aro Childct. .Jas. L. '03 2 50 and brave and accomplished leader do you the fellow that has been at yon Girrolton, John M. 1(17 notes '0 Bnl. 3 00 Lincoln Circuit Court. Hunt, ntulntirf, i. Osborne Hutclilns serve more than a passing notice. I tree all day?" pointing to a lurgo syca- Oarrolton, W. II. 4 acres '07 2 35 Vf. E. Vnrnoii, Administrator, ilufcnrioiit. have known this regiment to perform more about 00 yards from where they Canuien, Mrs. S. A.,00 ncroi '07 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 2 20 Notice to Creditors. most noteworthy actious that no "ready were standing. "Yes." "Well, you Same, (i0 ncres '04 1 30 Pursuant to tin order of reference In the Trains leavo Stanford at 7: 10 a. m. and 4 p. m nliove styled cno made nt the Novemlter writer's" pen preserved has lt3 record are a pretty good shot you barked my Carman. Hctekiah 25 ncrcs '90-returning at 1:25 p. ra. and 9:05 p. m. 4 25 term 1SI"7, of mild Court nil Krout liuvlni; In the column of thut most faithful and head tolerably deep about an hour Olorc, Mrs. W. II, 100 aures '9J-clnlnis nt'iilnst the otiito of Mnrcnret llllib KNOXVILLE DIVISION. valuable of histories the newspaper ago." Tho 3rd man begged his pardon Unl. 0 50 nru directed to produce them to tho Coin- 12 37 p in tnIlouer ntlitsottlco lnStnnford. Ky., on or No. 2 Train going North so It is. und assured him It was altogether an Duvnll, Hobt. II. 31 acres '00-- 7 S 13 a m but 3 10 ueioru mo .usi (my oi Jiiuuury. m' No. 26 prop12 01pm " South No. 23 " erly verified nn tho law directs, nnd oil or The first regiment raised on Ken accident. Dislelhorst, Chnrles 50 ncrcs '07 Hal 1 10 1 27 p M " " No. 23 " before that day tho Commissioner will hear tucky soil despite the remonstrances of Monday morning the army moved on. Flincbpnugh. Mrs. Cynthia 100 For allirolnts. ami determined any other questions raised trembling Unionists, and the threats of Five o'clock P. M. found the 3rd Ken70 by tho order of reference und nil the parties RO'IGII TICKETS SOLD. hi Interest herein may Introduce proof beBAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. blustering traitors, for "the Union, the tucky on Stone River In lino of battle. Fisher, John 127 acres 'l)t 35 fore tho CoinmU-Ioiielu nny of tho natters For any Information enquire of constitution and tho enforcement of the Just as night set iu Wood's division Frnzier, Kobt II. 12 acres 00 sot out In tho petition. K. C. WAKKF.N. Coui'r. laws" should not be tho last to receive was ordered to cross the river. Hark-er- s Onstiucnti, Jns L. 35 acres '07 JOE S. RICE, Agent, 15 Jan. Utli, lslis. Stanford, Ky, from our grateful people the meed, tho brigade passed over, aud Ilascall's Griiltths, W. D. ISO ncreo '07 00 well done, so dear to the true soldiers to which tho 3rd belonged, was under Harris, G W. 40 acres 'DO SO FRANKFORT AND CINCINHAT heart. I thercforo propose to furnish way when tho order was countermand- Harris, W. II. 50 acres '07 Bal 1 40 VIA GEOUULTOWN. your readers with a sketch of what the ed, and the brigade returned to Its Hnmm, Emerson 110 ncrcs '07 p. M. 5 50 A.M . it. A. M, 33 200 Ltc, Somerset, Arl2 55 Urd Kentucky did and suffered In the former position. The 3rd was thrown Hntsock, Mrs. Jano 115 acres '07 3 SO 820 " 1131 " Jet. City, 3 IS o SO OS 630 great struggle on Stone River. 4 50 forward as pickets and thus remained Jewell, II. C. SO acres '0(3 7 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 33 " Frankfort, " 6 80 300 20 1153 ...Dealer In. In tho advance upon Murfreesboro until Tuesday evening when it was re- Jacobs, Hugh 50 acres '05 Bnl 3 50 o 5 30 thj3 greatest difficulty was conceded 8 40 S:iO Arr 1'aris to lieved. '00-1 00 Leach, Cash C. 50 acres Dally except Sunday. be the passage of Stewarts Creek, aud o 05 C. D.DERCAW.O.P.A. (TO HE CONCLUDED IN OUR NEXT.) Mullins, Mrs. Sarah 3 ncres '07 hero It was expected that the enemy 1 70 Mcir, Henry 50 ncres '07 QUEEN & CRESCENT. would inakc a stubborn resistance. 75 Mullins, S.S.S'rcrcs '07 Trains pass Junction City as follows: Stewarts Creek 13 a deep and narrow 1 70 Newell, W. S. 30 acres '07 3 30 p m 11 57 a ra No. 2 North No. l.South I'ctrey, Artup 6 acres '05 3 45 Bal 3 46am stream, with precipitous banks over 1121pm "4 " No. 3 " 180pm which, without bridges, It would be imNo. 5 " 1123am " 6 " Hobitison, Win, 10 ncres '05 4 00 " " 8 THE 3D KENTUCKY. J. "T. Jones, TOLL-HOUS- E 11 for SALE tie nt, On Knob ,ick illro. unfir Shelby City. Call on Ml . CM FTON FOWLEK Presl- - Timely Warning My farm U ! pro-o-cu- te '1)0-- 7 7 31-- tf iosted und I Intend to ciuij;ht ouch, nnv und every wnv lriiaslnc In nnv J. I: on mv promise s; IIKlcr.. ."tunford. JOfTjO nsroTiciEi. .V- FOR KENT. On my promises Jan. 1, 18PS, will rout to the highest bidder 170 Acres Lnnd to bo cultivated in Hemp nnd Corn. A. I). 81 Yowoll, Huston ville, Ky. 7 A Word To: You. 7 Get von rShutes and Haircuts at lllako- more's barber Shop, lie Is the tlckt und Ci lwst barber In I nib Orchard, Ky. ROBERT FISH, The crack burlx'r, Is now back nt his old ready to stand lu Mrs rRln-rt'give vou n shave and haircut All s Mnry-roo- m V '03-0.- 7 llrrt-cln- ss needing work should call on him. Ho Is auro to pk-aiyou. Crnb Orchard, Ky, 05 e A. C. SNE, DR. W. B . FXXTXT7, 7 1L U M B M R9 STANFORD, KV. Dentist, Oflc on t Ijnionttnlrfft Stanford, t Ky. t !UlJrnc. No. 9 I i AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Ihw, to inc souuers. ltnout tenia 1S0S, between tho hours of 0 a. in. ami 4 Walls, Mrs. Alnrgantu 23 ncres 'Oft-70 tho utiilrlrtic nlgnt'o ut on the p. iu , nt the they had slept the night before Hunk of I.llnjrty. K'j within Wilms e 35 door 111 Stan- Wheeler. John W. lJ7 ncros '07 from tbU ilnte. All miiohs ImlxlitisI to tiie cold ground in a drenching rain, which ford. Lincoln county, Ky.. I will expose Waters, Mrs. Elizabeth SO ncres '07 05 Is the tlnost iu estate of snld 1'lert'e will rail Mini The Ladies Restaurant tti nt continued to fall during the entire day; to the highest bidder for cash in hnnd to Wood- -, Mrs. Snrah I). 30 ncros' '07 00 the city. Every convenience for Indies ouee with miM nii:Ht'' at miI1 imnk. otlirr-wiMlt will Imi II led oil alt unsettled their overcoats and blankets saturated, pay the State and County Tnxes for the Woods-- , John B. Li ncrcs '07 a 45 spending the day in the city. O. A ritKWlTT. AmUm. Olnls. Geutlemu's Cnfc on otllco tloor. with water were no light load when years shown opposite the names, the fol- White, It. L 01 ncres '00 7 SI. 4 15 Mtrt. li. added to knapsack, gun and cartridge lowing property, or so much thereof as Ward, Mrs. B. 121 ncres '07 THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, II 3 45 box, and tho road itself presented for- may bo necessary to pay said taxes. This Wndkins' Mi. Sarah heirs ft acres Manager. T. L. POWDER midable difficulties. It was a succession list will be published once n week for 'Pti-- 7 05 Music TtiesJnv, Thtiwday and Sunday KOWI.AM). KY . Absolutely Pure of hills und hollows, the former cover- four weeks and the nntnes will disappear W'tlcups, Mi tclie 03 ueros '07 Kvemns; 3 05 lias Gone Hack into (he Coal ed with groves of stunted cedars iuto as soon as the tnx nnd cot aro paid. Cost HUSTON VILLI-- ; NO. 4. JlllMllCSS. which the eye could not penetrate 10 of advertising 11.60. Time and space R Your Life And will Opportunity yards, and In which the enemy con- - forbid us from publishing nil, but another WH1TC ROtAl BAKIS3 PODE CO., VOBK. ktprtiintlV(Hi I mud Ounl and rail llrntt.li and otlivr Bonedict, M W. SO acres "07 4 05 A iiunsuii in suieiy 10 uuuver 111a list will appear in four weeks. S Imrrvl riuiirln c nkjlie NttruiiMrt of the public, 1 SO fire upon the advancing skirmishers. Benedict's heirs 00 ncros '97 tine Itrldeiuv HiiIhtH' Mill wltli frteniU who wniil t'tml ran with Mill miming J It ltlfcgiufc. which will leave himI corn for wih' Carnion'ft Buck holrs S acres '97 The battle was in nn open corn field 2 20 of whvHt Hit) illMMKtliir of pnimpt atA. S. PRICE, STANFORD l'HECIXGT NO, 1 nut put nt tention full time T. L. MIKhTO.N . Comtnrnder, John 27 ncres '97 2 do Mitlstui-torinto which the pedestrian sunk to uu rlio ttlnnt IiohIiI n WHITS Surgeon tw uinireotatiMl. bo;obl nt n "Ill 8 30 un to indefinite depth. But notwithstanding Bright, John W. 142 aeres,'07. bal. 40 CO Chasteen. 30noros '07 Imrenln. Ill lieHltb forcin me to quit the Dentist, ! Dnvis, Jerry 4 ncros '90 7 3 S5 which sorely tried tho courage, endur- Crtitchfie d, Jas. lot in Rowland, en v. full on or rnlinneWttliie. Trw O. O. VANAKSDAI.K. nddro-.- , Fnshonnor, Mary 50 acres '07 2 20 ance and patience of the men, the regAll nw (llrlne Ixjcuit I'ott. fur 7 40 Ky. '05, C nnd 7, balanco Iliintonvlllv. Kv ' rtl ami railing ur wlrv feiwran flnJplank fro, wbit thrjr Fisher, Felix 25 ncres '07 70 iment cheerfuly began its task, and Stanford, Dix Hiver, Garrard counwant at Misir Cvltt on the lk Offlcoorer McRoberts' Drue Store lu thel Owsley RusJel, John 30 ncres I fruin (.'ml Ordiard to .stan(.ir. Bnl S5 with Cos. A., B. and C. In front as h Hulldlcg. ty A White Onk Turnpike, 5 kwpor hand uppljror lank for All Russell, Steve 5 acres Bal 15 skirmishers, pushed forward to the kindtoflumU-fur Imlldlui iurM, alj tamli 51 41 miles. '07 audiblnclr. .Ml ivrmmt tlciltlUk-- anjr artleUo! Smiley, Win. 15 acres '97' 15 point to which it was ordered Stew- Stanford fc Lancaster Turnpike K'd Ihli kiud can rail iu iu at mr trr mwrCfUr Crwk. St Turnersville, McKinney Station U. W. sINdtirTuN arts Creek bridge. The skirmishers 5 miles nnd one lot containing & Colloy Mill turnpike road 7 had heavy work,'.belng almost constant 02 G5 J of tin acre. '07 miles and two liousos nnd lots '07 20 02 aro as often caused by kidney disease ly engaged with a portion of Wheeler's Hush Branch Turnpike, 7 miles, '07 5S 10 COLORED Cavalry which was supported by Rebel as by affections of the womb. STANFORD COLORED. MRS. U. I). SIMPSON, Pror. Adams, John S acres '07 TOO a scctiou of artillery. Shot and shel. Bright, Polly town lot '00-- 7 ino most certain symptoms I, of this disease are Backache, Itatl Com- (lew thick and fast at times; but the Alcorn, Clark 1 acre '00-50 : Kentucky. Same, town lot plexion, A Tired Peeling-- Depressed Burton, Lee 2J ncrcs '97 3 55 skirmishers never for a moment falter- Butcher, Matilda town lot '07 bPrits, Headache, Nervousness. Newly furnished, clean hel; Icmlsd Burton's Tnlitha heirs 0 ncres '97 2 20 Neuralgia, Too Frequent Urina- ed. When the Rebels fired a volley Beazley, John 23 acres OF BROOKLYN. V,ortera bal. tabic. Kverything tion, Dragging Pains, etc vigorBurton, James town lot '07 70 2 the men only pressed on more meet SO trains .o Boone, Wash 10 acres '00-- 7 balance These can be 1 So Brown, Hawk town lot '97 ously and generally routed them be- Christopher, Al 1 acre '07 20 : Ed 1 acre '90-- Bnl 2 05 Caledonian fore they had time to reload. 70 Brown, Etnbry, Mil town lot '07 Bright, Hattie 14 ncres '97 3 35 Soma Idea of the hardships of this Ellis, Buford town lot '00-3 70 C. Co., Scotland. " I can heartily recommend your Sparafjus e 27 00 march may be obtained from Same, town lot '93-- 4 o 05 Bright, Barney 39 acres '95-Kidney Pills to any woman afflicted with those a knowledge of the fact that six hours Bailey, Lazarus town lot '97 2 05 KOUNDliD 1HOO. 4 Ho Goode, Frank town lot '90 0 distressing pains In the back and sides and kid 1 75 were consumed in making it. The most Same, 20 acres '97 The o IV Bailey, Tom towu lot '97 ney weakiess, for they have cured tne. For -- O 6CTeralycrrs I have been troubled with back, Important services of tho day, howov- - Given's, Anthony heirs town lot '97 ,4 30 Carjenter, Gcorgo 50 acres ache, bearUp down pains and urinary trouble. er It was tho closing one wnen the Cooper, Sniup town lot '97 2 25 0 25 Helm, Harrison 75 acres '00-Stanford, K., bTASKOltl), KY. Nothing succeeded in relieving me, until i ffot8krml8ner8approached Stewarts Creek Oloyd, John 10 ncres '00-4 85 2 20 Hocker, Anderson town lot '07 Dr. Hobbs Sparajrus Kidney Pills. I . a box Cloyd, John 4 acres '950-- 7 5 70 7 00 Ba becan to fee. better the first fewdavs. and never tbeV discovered the Rebel artillery Hayden, Tim town lot CJoyd, Joe 2 ncrcs 5 30 Farmers icu ueucr in uy iiic man i uo now." And Co In Receiving Ills about a nuarter oi a mile distant, on James, Henry town lot '97 2 70 Mrs. Melissa L. Yates, 1 00 Collin?, John 7 acres '97 the turnpike, In position to sweep tho Jeffreys, Sam 6 acres '07 1 75 Andersonvllle, Ind. Goods. Caldwell, Eph G acres '07 OK STANKOltli, KY. 2 45 bridge. At the same instant they also Kcaley, Mary Agt. T. Wallace Hobbs George 5 acres '97 1 90 made the discovery that the bridge Goods Wnnnntcd. 1 05 Fre, town lot '07 S200,000 00 Givons, Al 5 ncres '90-- 7 3 00 Pali up Capital, was In ilarnes. Several waijon loads of Logan, Sam acre '90-- Bal. 5 25 I'it Guaranteed. 17,603 SO f 0 acres 50 uurpiui, cedar rails und other combustibles had Same, 2 35 Givens, Davidson aero '04 Give Him a Call. -, Anderson 2 acres Given.55 been put upon it and iired and it had Lackey, Thomas 4 acres '05 Kidney Pills. Bal. 0 60 lly proTlslotu of IU charter, dotltnra are a '92-- 1 05 fully protected a arotlrMltor lu National Itaukt, oeen burning apparently for some time. Moran, Dock town lot '90-5 00 Goode, PLillis 12 acres . (1. I.AKIUM. Jona II. Castlkva.n. hold llullTlduallr lluhlo to FOIl SALE AT Gooch, Cam 4 ncres '97 85 Ita ilurvlioldxn UrliiK The Rebel guns were belching forth Owsley, Monroe acre '07 at lUeoxtut of tho amuuntof lliclritock thcitrln In- 00 the par T.iluo tliortof, In addition to tho amount death over the devoted structure, 3 25 Jnrmnn, Dude town lot '97 Patterson, Annie town lot '07 vpjUM in .iK'li fiiarcs. it may nil ni ni CO mliditiator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an Indlridual. Johnson, Henry 5 acres '07 of our own, which had Richardson's Heirs' 19 acres '00 by two 0 20 thaukatn th(u who h.no tntnut-f'90-STANFORD KV. 0 85 been brought to bear upon them. Each Simpson, Elias 3 acres 5 70 McCormack, Sam 14 acres their buluei to us, we truit they will loutlnue Oliver, Chas. 14 acres '00-- 7 0 (10 lodoito, and we oiler aa a guarantee for prompt atmoment tho fiery element increased in Tucker, Lewis town lot 3 10 tention to Mine our '20 jnxn' experience In Powell, Benjamin town lot '950-volume; it admonished the men that Vandeveer, Jesse 3 acres '97 5 0 aslllwralaccoiuiuodatlotii aiare rouiUtnt 1 05 INSURANCE COMPANY 2 45 with found banking. Williams Richard town lot '97 tho prospect of saving the bridgo was rnmcTOHi. 2 45 receedlng rapidly. They paused how- ORAB ORCHARD PRECINCT NO. 2 Weatherford, Adam town lot '97 J.J. WiUlam.Mt. Vernon; 1'renclieriTllle; OF LIVERPOOL. W. 11. Cuuiuilui, WHITE Welch, Jns. acre '05 0 7 5 55 ever only for a moment, and at the call J, II. Ow.ley, J. S Owsley, Sr., 3 40 of one ol the ofllccrs for volunteers all Bruce, W. Marion 40 ncrcs '00 K. II. Sli.mli, Willlum (fooch, THE POPULAR ;: J. I'. Coil, 8.J. Kuliry, 00 with a shout rushed to the scene of dan- Brock, James '50 acres '97 Bal. T. D. A. V. Curentcrj J. K. I.Tim, BdBBEE 8. GdSTLEHEK. 1 SO J. N. Menvtec. ger and were soon vigorously at work Buchinger L. 0 acres '97 Sheriff Lincoln County. OfPICKKt. gjjyurvjj 00 MANAUEllS, WWTPWo heedless of the hazards of their self-- i Bishop, Noah 33 acres '97 S. H.Sh.inkf. rrefldont: DelayneyV, Joe Admr. 172 acres ' 7 2 20 J. II. Owiley C.thler; n posed task. W. M. IJrl,5ht Teller Commerce Building, Louisville. The bridge was 6aved, but slightly Chappell & Steiuegger 250 acres 2 00 Agents Throughout the outh. '97 Bal. injured, and so important was the serif,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,m,,4pj 4 10 FIRST NATIONAL BANK TV. A.. vice considered and so gallantly was it Same, 250 acres '92 U" performed that Generals Rosecrans, Farris, J. B". 100 acres '07 2 20 OK STANroltD, KY. 4 35 Iocal Ageut, Wood and Hascall in person thanked Farris, Reuben 150 acres '97 15 70 fcw: and complimented Col. McKoe and his Hamm, J. D. 100 ncres '92-- 7 Surphs, S15.750 Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Capital Sto:k $100,000. 0 55 brave boys. It was supposed that the Harris, D. J. 48 ncres '90-- 7 37tf Attention of the publlo li railed to tlio fjet that Rebols knowing that our advance would Howard's, James heirs' 52 acres thlala the only Nntloual Hank In Stanford. Under tho provljlotn ot the National Hank Act 85 ,00-- 7 bo materially retarded without this depoiltori are nccured not only by the capital atock, :: bridge would make u dash on it during Lair's. Jesso heirs 100 acres '97 1 SO but by the atockholdera' liability lor an amount Qtl.tlttt,.!.3 equaltn tho atock to that depoaltornof this liiatttu. 2 00 w i the night. To have It strongly guard Leon, Albert 70 ncres '00 '93-tlon are lecureil by a fund ot g'.XO.OOU. Klvo iworo 7 0 35 atateuieutiof the condition ot tliellank are made cd therefore was Indispensable, and this Oaks, Jeniitnau 50 acres each J ear to the United States (luvcrnment aud lu 2 15 duty was assigned to tho 3rd. Cold, Pence, Sohn T. 33 acres '97 awets are examined at stated times by government Tho Florida A New Orlonnu i.imiinit agents, thus securing additional and perlcct satct. trains of the i i.a 4 45 wet and hungry and weary the men Roberts, Amanda 100 acres '07 Quoon & Croaoent 10 ueposuors, 1 45 Th If imlliutlon originally eitabllnlied na the He Route run through to Jacksonville and took the posts assigned them with sur Smith, Mrs. J L. 130 acres '07 i(' aa New Orlenus in 1M hours from Oiticiiiun-ti- . noilt Hank of Stanfon lu liM, then WW! prising cheerfulness, not a murmur was Spears, Elijuh 25 acres '07 1 00 tho National Hank ofStautord in 18G3 und again reorganized as the Klrst National Hank of Stanford 1 05 heard, and the only desire expressed Woods, Mrs. Mary town lot '07 These fast trains aro of the finest type, And Dealer in In ItiU'i, has had practically an uninterrupted exist. 1 35 TiTlTl"Jl'I enc for US years. It Is better supplied now will, luxuriously fitted, and running on n was that the Rebels might try on tho Wolf, August 50 acreB '07 transacting business promptly aud lib. :Td 3b of recapturing the bridge. Tho road-beHARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. facilities forbrer beforo In Its long and honorable COLORED erally than Winter Tourist Low round-tricareer. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, nrwi tickets 00 Bal. 2!tlttjkfittfrIB,p'A- in fly .night , was passed .. quiet and next Howard, Tom 2 acres STANFORD, KY. and in dividual solicited. on salo throughout tho North. .1 ic i.. ::T T T T "iirniiiiiimimiiilliillliitr V i town lot '00-- 7 30 Middleton, Barbara Ul w tumpuDIRECTORS. ,<oUUUmi,ammk.JLmmi-JL.i,ulu''ulutii3uuuailu- vl An elegant service of Cnfo, Parlor, and Hayden, Stanford Observation Cars on these trains. F. lteld, Lincoln Co.; 70 J. "TT'TTTTT-f- 4f VWVo niea were denloved on thaoimosltn aldo Rice, Peter 1 acre '90-DouD. J I S. II, llaughiuan, ' S. T. Harris, " 4f4f 4f 4 1 4t4r 4f tit! of the stream. These skirmished lr- Tucker, William 2 ncres '97 ble daily train service 45 T.P. Hill. J. S. Hocker, " a i i. ...ft.. TTT''iwregularly with tho enemy's pickets dur--' Umber, Sam 2 acres '97 W. A. Trlblilo, W. I. Walton, " 85 i WWWWWWwWWlFVFVPi "Write for information to W. C. Ilinearson. J.II. CollIer.Crab Orch'd M. J, Miller, Mt. Vernon. 00 ijf ijfijf Welch, Thomaf 1 acre '05 Gen'l IWr Ag't. Cincinnati. O. STANFOKD, KY. M, D.Elinore, Stanford. tf ljf inP th0 greater part of the day. Send 10 cents for tine Art colored Lithover hostilities Crab Orchard and Chappels Gap orricsas. 4r.ljf4r4f4f4f ttf! ' Lal hl the duy M All kind of repairing done it reaioaalle rates '' 10 40 OjihoUtering ij ecialty. fcaiuia:tloogmrantecd. J. S. Hocker, Fresldent; J. J. Mcltoberts Casula graph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka-maug' recede and a singular scene took place. 3 miles '97 turnpike road A. A. McKinney, aruer 01 7 600am possible to cross. Artillery and Indeed a very small ueienumg lorce could Royal makes the food pure. make It impossible for Infantry. On wholesome and delicious. tho day Crittenden's corps marched from Lavci'gne to Stewarts Creek, Dec. ' 27, 1SG2, It fell to the lot of the tfrd Kentucky to tako the advance four 'miles from Stewarts Creek. Everything seemed to conspire to dampen the 20pm "10 SHERIFF'S SflLE FOR TAXES. 0-- J. OBitj inl D. S. T. SXJTTONT, Unciortnkor, - 7 G-- 7 I STATE AND COUNTY. MONDHY, FEB. 14, court-hous- Singleton, D. A. 7 ncres '07 Smith, Jas. 100 acres '00-Spcigle. Jacob 123 acres '07 Smith, W M. 43 acres '07 Smith, J. K 50 acres '07 Smith, Monroe 13 acres ,07 Tubbs, U. S. 125 acres '07 Trobridge, Mrs Bettle 130 ncres 7 2 5 3 2 2 1 15 45 55 AND DOORS, Hustonvillo, hl.rrvlr Kentucky ii Cay rviitillvs 40 23 Crnlfr. tuml. Mmigcr. to the vole uHVrnl Unrolu Full stock ol IVrSuiauJ M 75 2 76 0 15 1 1 LOUISaZILLH hotel Louisville, Ky., NOTICE ! '00-- 7 Bal All iifoou liarlnjfclnlHM urnlnitt the tnte of It. T. I'liirce. Ulwrty. Ky.. hhjIiumI, are hereby untitled nnd req'utntud to prwvtil their sulil cIhIim. verities its required )v (.nu-iHrela- l , . o IK-O- . !:. SHELTON. 1 L of u ui-uiu- t- Hrt-"lu- tr- Mt-xlV- tirW-e-.- Stanford. ISTOTICE Urt-rr '1HJ-- 7 'SMt-- 7 Woman's Ills , Side-ache, FIRE INSURANCE '02-3-- 4 7 Insurance Company ImcaHter, Insurance H. FH1BKIX of Mason Hotel 5rat-cla- '05-0-- 7 CURED 7 7 four-mil- 7 RUPLEY, '95-0-- 7 4 R.B.MAHONY.Agt., J Merchant Tailor, 7 7 '05-0-- 7 '95-0-- 7 Bank&Trast Vintcr Fall PARAGUS 7 '05-0-- 7 -7 '95-0-- 7 7 Penny's Drug Store ed oxis-uior- , d '05-0.- 7 7 ,93-4- -7 hank-lincan- d 4"lr4'o Ir!?: NGMLHND, 2 j.c.YicGijAy 1 TRIBBLB. I;; J oVVWp'ii?J! -- oTO x Pi: i I;: 24 HOURS UNDERTAKER! H. reurw-uulze- i per-fe- et i '05-0-- 7 p 7 ! - PHILLIPS. tttfttMj Ajawmii ii I't1ii"iti"Jf 4"i4"if 0-- 7 Con and Look Smith, n. AxlstautCusuirr. 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