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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898012101 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. r -- fvn " " T'Tf kW "TWV"'1' SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. GRAB ORCHARD. Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1898. NEIGHBORING; COUNTY NEWS. Bon Tlbbs, tho well-know- NO. 92 ,'W. ft JOHN WESLEY ROUT. Tho gentleman who la shortly to retire from the postmastershlp of Stanford deserves more than a passing notice because of his fidelity to duty, his unwavering politeness and accommodation and for ills most excellent record as an oillccr. For four years he has never fulled to be on hand to open tho olllce, save once when ho was summoned away, and if lie has ever ppokeu a cross word to a human being, the fact has never leaked out. In every sense he has mude a model postmaster and there Is a general regret that tho vicissitudes of politics compel him to make way for another. In his duties he has been ablyusl&ted by his accomplished daughter. Miss Sue Rout, to whom the public owes a debt of gratitude. She lias performed her part admirably and to hor, ns well as her fatlioiv tho plaudit of "well done thou good and faithful servants," is fully due. Mr. Rout is a son of the late Wesley Rout, who was ono of the largest landowners of this county, and was. born Jiint tW years ago In the house on Hawkins brunch in this county that the Gentry boys now occupy. His mother is still living at the nge of 8.1. Mr. Rout was a colloge-mut- e of Vice President A. K. Stevenson and Gov. recently purchased of Mr. ' The ll&eul court settled with property T. at Centre and to tho friendships on Tuesday. Ho Is Sue Holmes. Dr. K. G. Redd, of Mile Is visiting his fa- - one of the few in the Statu who settled there formed is due his appointment as CItv. Montana, who thor, Mr. Charles Redd, fell one of the Uils early, with the county indebted to postmaster. He married Miss Kin ma dnrk nights and ha bHi confined to him in tho sum of over $.'100. He has Uronddus, of Madison, Nov. 1.1, lbliU, his room for several days on account of been as true to his party, his Montis and live children were born to them, tho bruises. Mrs. Dr. Coopor and fam- and hie ollicial duties iw tho needle Is Beverly C, U. F. and J. W., Jr., and ily were down Sunday from Llvingoton to the iolo, and If ho over asks for the Mrs. J. M. Alverson and Miss Sue to visit her father's family. Mr. J. H. olllce again ho will be likely to get It. Rout, all of whom are living. Until Stephens bus routed Mrs. Mary Rich- The delinquent list was divided among his appointment Mr. Rout had followards' farm and she will board with his the four cotistables again and thoy aro ed merchandising nearly all of his life family. Hor fon, Adam, will travel In allowed half of the sums collected, and he hopes to go into that business search ol health.- They will have a sale which yields more than the sale, to tho or "drumming" again. He Is u good on tho 27th. Dr. 1. S. Runloti has highest bidder, ever did. Tho court mau and everybody wishes him well. Thursday, to moved to Brodhoad. John Kdmlston will moot again RELIGIOUS READING. and sister, Miss Hallle, have returned execute tho contract!) which have been went to at made for certain turnpikes. from Klrksvllle where they Kvangolist H. C. Morrison is engagOn Monday night while William ed In a big tend tho funeral of their grandmother, revival nt Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Hettlo Ward, Jr., was revolving his pl&tol, atMrs. Harriet Frlsble. There are 2S!I students in the Bap-tiHarris la quite 111 of stomach trouble. tempting to Insert a cartridge, think Thoological Seminary at Louislug it was empty, It was accidentally Mrs. Nan Kdmlston la also sick. ville. discharged, tho ball enterlng'tho right There are now :i,121,320 Christian MATRIMONIAL. groin of young William. JUroaddus, Kudcavorers, senior and junior, in the ranging to thu left and lodging .in the world and .VJ.022 Societies. Nat Goodwin's wife was granted un rear of the left thigh, from which it absolute divorce and T.P per week ali- was The Christian Endeavor Society at extracted by Drs. Herring and mony. Abingdon, 111., furnish carriages to all Kinnaird. It happened in Logan & J. W. Camden, a widower of :il, and Robinson's store. Tho doctors can not who are poor und unable to walk to Miss Mlnlo H. Kates, both of thU coun yet tell how serious tho wound ia, as church. ty, woro married on tho 10th. Rev. Preston Blake, of Dayton, was the ball passed through the perineum A Salem, Ind., man wanta a divorce and may have iutlictcd a dangerous elected pastor of the First Baptist because hla wife slis too closo to the wound. The boyo aro great friends church of Lexington, to succeed Dr. bass singer In tho church choir. and, I learn, have revived to abandon Felix, resigned. John Rlchert, of Fostorla, O., shot In London there aro 1" churches the uso of pistols, which is a wise conhimself to death at his sweethoart's where tho sexos are divided during diclusion. feet because alio refuted to marry him. It is gratifying to know that tho pro- vine worship. In All Saints' church William It has just, leaked out that posed bill to repeal the separute coach oven husband anil wife are not allowed MoMakln and Stella Thomasson, of to sit together. were hoerotly married law has been killed, and parts of the Georgetown, Daly, of NewThe will of Martin mob htw and other objectionalast summer. port, bequeaths 81,000 to each of thrco ble, statutos will moot with the same A New York woman sued hor husfate. The bill to prohibit ball playing asylums in Campbell county, und $1,000 band for divorce on tho grounds of to such charities us tho decedent's l cruelty because ho forces her to live In on Sunday gonorally approved, but I daughter may select. can not see why It does not apply to a boarding house. Klkton ia in the throes of a great remarriages cities of thollrotor tho second class, vival. Rov. John Lowry, of Arkansas, Tho fee for performing unless people in those cities aro so has been cut to $3.u0 In Kansas, with lia Mothodlst ovaugeiist, is doing the ability of punishment for extortion If wiekod as to bo beyond tho reuch of preaching and J10 professions of religion Sabbath rules and regulations. It is higher Is charged. thoug tit hero that tho bill to abol have already been made. Mary Ann Sowoll, a widow with four not The yearly report of tho Broadway ish the otllco of Commonwealth's At children, walked all tho way from Christian church at Lexington, shows Ind., to Caldwell, O., to mar- torney should become n law, as a prose that in lfel)7 there wore 12(i additions to ry Jamea Hughes, who hud courted her cutor should not be closely Identified Its membership, and that $0,071.11 wus with tho people lest ho would bo In by correspondence. tluonced by personal considerations. raised for church work. After a separation of 17 years and Tho troubles in the Episcopal church proposition to reduco tho home when tho one la 05 and the other 07, Tho at Owensboro have been settled by $1,000 to WOO is amove Elijah Davis and Misa Fanny Spalding stead right from Bishop Dudley. The aristocratic mem-b- e la. When In tie right direction, as thoro are mawere married at Webster, rs objected to tho pastor taking in vo that there should bo no ny who hello they were young DavU rescued tho and hedges. homestead exemption aa the debtor is members from the giri from drowning and afterwards foil Tho members of tho Baptist church often left In a better condition than the in love with her. Her parents objectcreditor by being permitted to hide be- aro hereby urged to attend a special ed to their marriage and ho went west, hind law and refusing to pay an honest service at tho church on Saturday next. vowing novor to forgot tho girl, who Recently ho debt. There aro many who hold hand- Tho pastor will preach at 10:30 a. m., also promised to bo true. some property which, by every princi- after which tho church will hold a busmade a deal by which ho camo into posple of right and justice, belongs tooth- iness meeting. J. B. Crouch. session of an Iowa farm. Ho visited It Statistics were presented to tho Y. er people. to find that the girl ho had loved in M. C. A. at Covington showing that of youth, now grown wrinkled and old, Justlco Harlan, of tho supremo court, tho 300,000 men in Kentucky between was with her brother, a tenant on the has decided that insurance companies tho ages of 18 and 40, only 15,000 are farm. They recognized each other, can bo forced to pay policies to tho Christians. Of tho total. 250,000 novor vows of continued love were exchanged of any policy holder who takes hla attend any religious services. A plan and they resolved to spend tho fow re own II fo while sano. was proposed to Christianize the State, maining years of their lives as husbanu The remains of Logan Carlisle wero $900 being ready for the work. and wife. brought ,o Covington for intertnont Rov. C. J. K. Jones, who has been and Row F. S. Pollett conducted tho pastor of tho Church of the Messiah, Tho father, two brothora and a sister Loulavlllo, for 17 years, announced of tho Buah family, of Leo comity, funeral exorcises. A farmer at West Union, O., drop- from the pulpit Sunday that a letter wero lodged In tho penitentiary for terms aggregating 18 years. Malicious ped hla pocket book containing. $lo. received by him from Ihe board of trus shooting, houso breakers and larceny An old sow tiwullowed It, and she was tees, informed him that after April his soon cut open. serviced would no longor bo required. are tho charges. llrst-clasw Senator Farris will eomo homo SatMr. J. W. Junius is In Cincinnati on biihlnesrt connected with hln distillery, urday and tho boya propose to meet lie- Is rushing repairs and hopes to bo him at the depot with tho band. S. D. Merrltt, tho electrician, la putablu to bcjrln unking whisky by Fob. ting electric lights in tho couit-hous1st, ho lmvlng secured a three years' a much needed Improvement. contract. Tho supervisors are still In session Mr. Thotua9 Grayson left Crab Orlato Friday afternoon for his and have mudo an incrcn&c over tho aschard homo on the old Richmond road und sessed vuluo of property of about This will muke a total of about was found dead about a mllo from here, his horse, which was wild, having l,rU0,2O0 worth of property In Gur. rard county. thrown and killed him. County Attorney Letehor Owsley has is clerking for A. H. Miss Ora Kelly Brooks has jrono on the taken charge of hla olllce at a time Uastln. John road for a Philadelphia house and to when thoro is much dltJlouli work to bo look after his young brothers. Joe and dono, In making deals with turnpike Will. I expect his task trying to keep companies, but he has proved hlmeelf equal to the occusion by disposing of up with them will bo a hard one. residence of Mr. the business. A thief entered the R. L. Klkin has received another Morgan Chappell Tuesday night, gothrough everything in a room ad- letter from Now York, with the pic. ing joining the one ho slopt in. A trunk tureof a well stocked aviary, asking was searched and 1.60 taken but a tin the price of tho imaginary fowls of box in It which contained S10 was not which I wroto In tho I.vruiuoit JOCK molested. Some-- one evidently knew of N.L six months ago. Tho gullibility of man Is wonderful. tho money and was gcarchlng for it. Many umuslng things have transFrank Wallln has taken charge of pired hero since telephones were put tho drug Btoro recently bought of V. A. Deuzloy k Son and has purchased a up. A Bright young lawyer, who came s stock of articles In this lino hero over a year ago, was talking over and with the assistance of hla brother-in-la- tho wire to a lady friend, about 300 from Versailles, O., ho has con- yards distant, when she proposed to incity troduce him to a young lady at her verted his store Into a house. The- names passed over the stylo drug store. His brothor-in-lahas returned homo and Willie Pettus wires when tho young attorney, true to will bo chlof clerk. Mr. Wallln has his reputation for politeness, stepped moved his family to tho Chadwlck res- back and bowed toward tho phone, saying, "1 am delighted to moot vou." idence. It is Huld that a convention of old Roboccti Stuart Is visiting relaMiss maids will bo huld hero In February. and friends at Corbln and tives and took llttlo Maggie Culton They are generally tho most lutelll. gent of their sex, having proved this with her- John Z. Carson loft for Ala., TtiOMlny to take a position by declining to marry. It la snggosted with tho L. A: N. as yard olork. Mlh that an old bachelor's convention be Margaret Uuohanan is In Frankfort hold and W. S. Buazley bo made chairwith hor elstor, Mrs. A. Addams, who man, II. T. Logan, secretary, and John Is eulTorlug very much with a dioeated W. Duncan, treasurer. The committee eyo. Mr. und Mrs. Charley II. Single- on resolutions will consist of L. Y. ton arc rejoicing over the advent of Luuvol, Sam Duncan, A. T. Andotxm their llrat born, a win. Thoy haro mov- and V. H. Lackey, who will request ed to Aunt Clara Slnglaton's houco. the Legislature to pass a law requiring Mr. W. K. Perkins has moved to his' tho India to propose. - n Danvlllo 1 e, jJIOO,-00- 0. 'feiHti tlrst-clas- s, w Hur-bourvl- barber, is .dead. Jamea M. Russell was appointed postmaster at Columbia. J. W. Bales, Of Madison, tho large cattle buyer, ia critically ill. At Danville the L. it N. was fined $2o for obstructing a road crossing at MItchcllsburg. Will Hardlsty, who was supposed to have been drowned In Marlon, has turned up nllve. Dave Thompson, a young miner, residing near Middlesboro, committed suicide by shooting. A po3tolllce was established at Red Bird, Whitley county, with Simon C. Stelly as postmaster. Mies Hattlo Broshear, of Middlesboro, whom merchant Govins had indicted for perjury, was triumphantly acquitted. Miss Belle Story, of Ruthton. Madison county, tried to kindle a fire with gun powder and was fearfully burned in tho explosion that followed. Judge Scott holds that the election on the bond question In Madison is void because tho sheriff fulled to designate tho amount of bonds to be Issued. It is said that Somerset's long drawn out municipal fight wljlch has been the cause of several murders and many estrangements, is about to be amicably settled. Mrs. W. P. Surles.of Richmond, has been notified that she is one of the four hoira to an estate worth $2,000,000, situated in tho vicinity of Quincy, 111. The property was left by hor great uncle. "THAT TERROR of MOTHERS." How it was overcome by a Nova Scotian mother Who is well known as an author. Of all the evil that attack children than scarcely any other more dreaded night. croup. It so often conies In the Is so The danger is so great. The climax W. J. sudden. It Is no wonder that Mrs. pen Dickson (better known under her " the name of " Stanford Eveleth.") calls it it terror of mothers." Nor is of any wonder praise that she writes in terms which she and has for the relief own anxieties, and ound both from her for her children's cilmeuts, in Dr. J. C. 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. "Memory docs not recall the time when Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral was not used in our family, for throat and lung troubles. mothers the startling, That terror ofnever alarmed me. so long croupy cough I had a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral as supplement the in the house to suffering with whooping bath. When form, und articulation .cTti In Its was impossible on account of the choking, my children would point and gesticulate toward the bottle: for experience had taught them that relief was in its Mrs. W. J. Dickson ("Stanford Kveleth"). author of "Romance of the Provinces," Truro. K. S. hot-wat- J. Wooldrldge, Wortham, Ter., writes: "One of my children had croup. One night I was startled by the child's hard breathing, and on going to it found it strangling. It had nearly ceased to breathe. Having a part of a bottle of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house, I gave the child three doses, at short Intervals, and anxiously waited results. From the moment the Pectoral was given the child's breathing grew easier, and in a short time it was sleeping quietly and breathing naturally. The child is alive and well and I do not hesitate to say that Avers Cherry Pectoral saved its life." C. J. WooLDRIDOE, Wortham. Ter. These statements make argument la favor of this remedy unnecessary. It Is a family medicine that no home should be without. It is just as efficacious in broncough, and all chitis, asthma, whooping as it Is in croup. other varieties of coughs, everyone's reach. Dr. To put it within up In Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is now put cents. half size bottles, at half Price--50 C. con-tents- ." Send for Ayer's Curebdok (free) and reads of other cures effected by Dr. C.Aver Ayer Cherry Pectoral. Address the J. Co., Lowell, Mass. Our Ammunition To Shoot Bargains into the public is inexhaustible. See For Yourself. We are easy mirks for good terial at Low Prices in ma- - Flo-mato- n, Me-Creu- ry Matters are approaching n crisis with Bryant and Mrs. Clay and report has it Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, that they arc planning to elope. Mrs. Fine' Neckwear and Shirts Richardson refuses to talk and threatmekchant tailors, ens to shoot reporters. Report says iioes. shoes. that Gen. Clay says that WJ11 Bryant must be killed. The Richmond Register tells of the death of Mrs. Harriet L. Frlsble, relJ. L. rUOHMAX & Co., Danville, Kv. ict of Dr. J. S. Friable, from a stroke of paralysis. She was a sister of Judge J. M. Phillips and Mrs. Milton Elliott and was an excellent woman. Her nearThe Second of tho Colleplate Year. 1M)7 9 will open est surviving relatives are two grandchildren, John and Halllo Kdmlston, Ta,:cruLa,r3r S-tib- ., children of Hon. D. B. Kdmlston, of Crab Orchard. Nov pupIN enti'rlii'' at that time do received Into the clause. Tor full Information THE GLOBE, Stanford Female College. St-.l- on On i &vo:na.a,3r, 1898. Pheident. v 1 1 MIDDLEBURG. call on or wilto to Min. Sai'h.ev at the College or wrlto for catalogue. WILLIAM SHELTON. - to-dn- -t Thos. Moran Is able to sit up after a tussle with pneumonia. J. C. Coulter has been appointed ad ministrator of his father's estate. The property has been appraised and the sale will take place about Feby. 1st. J. C. Coulter and W. T. Durham returned Saturday from Atlanta, Ga., where they sold a couple of car load! of mules. They report dull times la tho South, but say they had lots of fun. Mls&es Florence and Belle Coulter requests us to say that they will over hold In grateful rememberanco their friends and neighbors, who so kindly assisted them during tho Illness of their father whoso death occurred Dec. 22d. Dr. J. W. Walsh hold the quarterly meeting at the M. E. church Saturday and Sunday and preached several in teresting discourses while here, and Rev. J. M. Limer preached at Now Sa lem Saturday and Sunday. That church will probably call him to its pastoral charge. Rov. Price, a holiness Cainp- belHte preacher, preached at Grove Sunday on "Christian Perfection." Ves, We've Got to Give lp 5 f lJj! MJ '' COAL AT COST! . The mlltl winter has caused our tock of coal to accumulate and we will for the next 10 days ell coals, of all kinds at In order to reduce our stock. Now Is the time to buy while prices aro low- cr than you will find them again' and you can haul jour coal while you are 'die. l'lease call at our yards and be convinced that tho above Is true. J- - M' ,f(f I 1 Aetual Cost I i 1 Mj vj5 ;. 1 . i J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. WEiHAVE A It is told of n young man who moved rt, from here to Lincoln that ho had taken too much "tangle-foot- " and was sent to tho smoke house for ment for supper. He stayed so long that tho family became ularpied, and went in search for him, when ho was found sitting in a tub of brlno from which pickles had been removed. Ho was taking a plcasnut "snooze" when found und did not seem the least disturbed by his unpleasant position. Ho Is employed by a furmer up thero" und la having considerable trouble with tho cattle which aro attracted by tho salt in the gablo end of lop For That Buck W t Of Tours Have It put on while the weather bad. B. K. WEAREN & SON. his pantaloons. IICUHLE. Ed Minor and W. by-wa- have bought an Incubator and will hatch some early chickens. T. C. Rankin Is back from the South and rcporta a brisk but low trade in mules now. S. M. Spoonamore sold his bay saddle mure to John Woods for.845. Eld. Geo. Goweu will preach at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. J. F. Rlgney sold his brown saddle horso to Bowen Fox for $50. G. J. Pur-do- m .One more lot of, HandsomeOilPaintings To be given away with each 23c worth ot A. es-ta- to Swinebroad sold two nlco combined geldings to Hudson for $100 each. A L. Spoonamore, while plowing some sod laud the other day plowed up a full grown fox and it ran off as soon as it was unearthed. James Gentry sold his raco mare, Oral, for StiOO. L. C. King shipped a load of his mules to Columbus, Ga. a fow days ago. Tho supremo court has decided that George D. Saxton, brother of Mrs. President McKinley, will have to pay Sample C. George $30,000 for alienating his wifo'a affections. James O. Berry, known aa the millionaire tratnp died at Puducah. B. T. Babbit's Best Soap. picture worth 75c. nabbltt's Soap sells six cukes for and Is the best soap made. 23c, Wo will glvo you a handsome HIGGINS & WKINNEY. Higti Locust Herd Reg. Poland Giiinas. greatest breeding hog living, und HDNDLEV'S CLAUDE, No. 12,691, son of tho World's Columbian Champion, Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, toppy voting boara ready for sorvlco. A fow show gilts old enough to breod, and bred sows a specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly QrsKlass In overv respect, with pedigrees. Prices roasonablo and satisfaction guaranteed. Write your wants or eomo and seo my bogs. A fow fresh Jcrsoy Cows for sale. Thoy arc good ones. Also Mammoth Pekla Duck I A. E. UUJfDLEY, Hot 1U5, Danville, Ky. Eggs, $1 for 13. Son of Headed, by U. S. lyiODEI,, IIO. 38,353. Klevor's Model, No. 29,71'J. tho to - , r I ' .. T- .TVT - - - - .A! .tiMMu6fc. 4JM4MW. i LJ,X M.M . ""T -- a M- - 'TT-r--"- f ''TB'irAnHVW 5" fTJ - i i !( ..! T voting not to subscribe to 150 copies of the Dispatch, the action was THE INTERIOR JOURNAL reconsidered and the bill passed by a vote of 55 to 41. Though It has been customary for members to vote themStanford. Ky.. Jan. 21. 1S9S selves papers at tho expenso of the State, It Is an Inexcusable raid, pure and simple on tho treasury, and should W. P. WALTON. by democrats. Tho 1101 be continued After enncss or using 1111.. rti hi inoomio .1 "- "nnu77 languago, was n. ..ill ......-- . frtt flmtnfc - : was the fifr. t.hnt. t.hn vuuini-ou"""- " idiotic demands, beneficiary of such a steal Is no reason Responding to the which ho WlshCS that tho Dispatch should be. f lW. nnlnna with make himself solid, Representative to Though they voted for MeKlnloy Charlton, of Louisville, has presented and prosperity, 125,000 operatives in a bill to abolish contract labor in pen- 150 cotton mills have had their wages itentiaries and reformatories and for reduced, amounting In the aggregato convict labor to be employed at such to 885,000 a week. As a consequence work as will be required for their own have struck and others are preparconsumption and If an excess be sold to ing to do so. "Open tho mills not tho similar institutions in other States. mints" was the republican shibboleth That tho convicts ought to be worked during the campaign of 1606, but It and worked hard is 9hown by tho exmerely a vote catcher. As a result perience of those States, notably New was it has long since proved a delusion. York, which have tried the foolish experiment of not' working them after The Legislature seems to bo generthe order that the Louisville man pro- ally In accord with Gov. Bradley. Moat poses, and if the labor of convicts of the suggestions In his message have comesjln competition with free labor been presented In bills, which will beas it must, no matter what they do, It come laws. It is rather singular that is a mlsrortuno that can not be avoided, a body composed for the most part of except at great loss to that larger democrats should give him such supwho have to foot army', tho port, but they recognize that his reall the bills. commendations were non partisan and public good. SENATOR Walcott, of the roving for tho bimetallic commission, gave an acDr. Schwartz, of Berlin, after long count of its failure in the Senate Mon- research, expresses the. opinion that day and the reasons for It. The action marriage is the most important factor of India against further coinage of sil- in the prolongation of life. This theory ver, the remarkable drop In tho price has frequently been advanced before, of the white metal, coincident tariff but met by the assertion of skeptics legislation and tho report sent by ttfat marrlago does not really prolong bankers to London that tho sil- life, It only seeming to bo longer unver sentiment was dying out, all con- der such condition. duced, to making their efforts fall. The Drosnect for International bimetal The Legislature seems destined to . In abeyance, but he UlllIW IrUC milt a nt Anl. w., Ikl... v. Viilla. Alronilv more lism 13 ..w. JIOIU j I7.i3.v agreement was feasioie at haVc been offered than can bo consul believed an That would ered In 60 days and every day brings In n rutin of about 20 to 1. make a silver dollar almost too heavy another batch of 50 or more. The memtohandlo and of course would not be bers seem to think that in the multiaccepted by the "10 lb 1 or bust" states plicity of bills they show great wisdom men. but their constituents can't be fooled I 9,-0tax-payer- Senator Roberts fathers a bill to amend the constitution, so as to return to viva voco voting. A bill for the erection of new capitol buildings calls for a taxpf 2 ccuts on tho 8100 till 8)00,000 Is rnlsed. Mr. Minor, of Boyle, wants a law to prohibit tho driving of ducks, turkcys nnd geese on thopubllc highway. By a vote of 42 to 49, Mr. Chlnn's resolution to buy 150 copies of the Louisville Dispatch dally, was defeated. It Is to bo hoped that tho bill reducing the homestead right from 81,000 to 8500, or even less, will become a law. Senator Bennett has presented and act to require railroads to stop their trains at the crossing of another road. Gov. Bradley's dinner to tho members of tho Legislature will be given at the Capital Hotel next Wednesday night. Tho bill to prohibit tho killing of y quail for a period of five years In to the was favorably roported Ken-tuck- Kllll'll. Michael Rinroso, a farmer near New became insane when ho was Or noimeJ, tlmt ho hnd bccn icft 820,,000 by a brother and attempted to kill his family. J. R. Campbell, a farm hand, was arrested In Henderson for drunkenness and put In jail. During the night ho procured chloral a,nd ended his troubles with It. PRICE. - CUTTING Without Parallol. Wo nro nwnro of the liuportnnco of clearing our house as much a9 posslh'e preparatory to putting in our new spring stock and have decided to keep up this business until It is done satisfactory, so our pntrons must bear in initul it is a certainty about price-cuttin- g s, New-Yor- k IMV When Senator Billy Mason, qf The Lord be praised. Mai. Crum- nois, took a woman to the Hotel John He son at Washington the clerk thought baugh has at last secured a job. , 83,-talk- er way. Illi that ho was doing so for an evil purpose, and has been appointed by tho president to Cincin-livel- y begau to belabor the statesman In a be inspector of vessels In the manner. The latter is more of a natl district, a sinecure, which pays than a Gghter so tho only resist-- j 000, with 81,000 for expenses. Tho auce he mado was with his mouth, with ina;je can now as?urao a more grandllo- quent air tnan over. whlch ho said he would kill tho lmpertinont. fellow. He hadn't, however. The Georgetown Times, which is done so at last accounts and those who re prosperous than at any time in its know him say he is not fond of running tory has treated tself to a new to be hurt. He explains that ?he woman Is the wife of a constituent dress, which is decidedly becoming, at the helm Capt. John A Bel Is and that he was simply seeing after her , Mb. Li- as, ste by h ; ehUd comforts while in the city, which mayfly . . t j. jw ww. i m ut:ii uijit or way nuii uu u uc. J si POIilTIOAL POINT3. passes Mr. North's bill Sapp has been confirmed as collector prohibiting the marriage of first cousIs said it will hardly do, at Louisville. ins, which it PnnJiiont -- those who wish to so marry will have j. , von.... Tlnln nf FTnwnlL. has tirto go to Indiana or some other place to ,.jVed In this country, and Is on his way bo united, men mey can tumu uutu t0 wasmngion. Hon. T. C. Bell, of Harrodsburg, to Kentucky and live as there is no for the act. First mally - announced his candlducy for provided cousins ought not to marry, that has Congress at Lawrcnceburg Monday, been demonstrated, but love laughs as, As a referee in appointments. John well at baneful results as locksmiths Langley has proven a failure In tho and people who think they see their ioth and Senator Deboe will no longer ideal In such close relatives will con-- 1 consult him. tlnue to take them to wife, no matter Ballev attempted to lead the tight for consequences. Cuba In tho House Wednesday, but Mr. what are the Reed cracked his whip and his minions Jailer Pflanz, of Louisville, is all voted him out of order p. d. q. right. Thp effort to consolidate his ofGeorge A. McGlnnis was elected fice with that of sheriff and throw him president of the Newport board of alout in the cold because he gave his de- dermen after a week's balloting, durwas linquent list to the Courier-Journing which time 2.209 were taken. by a large vote, the unconstidefeated The Senate committee on finance tutionality of the act rendering' it void, voted S to 5 to report the Teller resolu- even it had been to consolidate. The nf thu constitution gives the Legislature the; a8g()UL bon(g in gllver aa well . right to consolidate lllfl office of lailGr. It is refreshing to ooserve mat ocna of sheriff, but not during an with that tor Deboc'a bill to divide the State into encumbency, and of course that settled two federal court districts is meeting It. IwJtfn iIpoIi'piI rmnosition. both in the House, Senator Bronston has introduced Senate and Reed favors an amendment Speaker a bill which will carry consternation to e off tho rads if it becomes a law. It is for to tho rules of Congress to cut of the present Legislature to elect three members from the privileges penitentiary commissioners to take floor. It is claimed that they crowd in charge at once and to servo till 1900 at and obstruct business. States 82,000 each a year. Theso commission- - j The first ballot for United Senator in tho democratic caucus at ers will have the power to change at s 39; onco the management of those instltu- -' Nashville resulted: McMlllln, were and as 67 employes are affected' ley, 30: Tayloy, 19. Seven ballots taken with no material change. there is a reason for a howl. If the Senate i ., J for-penal- ty ( al ..,,,.,.,,....,.,,,. ... -. i I ex-th- Tur-tlon- day, Representative Colson mado a fiery speech for Cuban independence, but drew in his horns when he saw which, way Czar Reed wanted the thing to go. They will all rip and rant till the speaker cracks his whip and then the epubllcan members almost break their neoks going sheep fashloi the way he !...!,. IUIIUU h In tho effort to attach a Cuban 1,111 ttrio nthnr. o .:.!.... - IIUU1 nn t Cnnain " reso-mltMU I directs. peals to elect the' librarian ought In tho Interest of economy for the State and a saving of expenses for the candidates, to become a law. A great deal of the valuable time of tho Legislature Is now lost in electing that unimportant officer and tho matter ought to be eliminated from it add simplified. ri The bill to require the court of ap- said that District Attorney is to do continuel in office six DmiKif j .i. . ...t.u ti. UlUIJtUB Willi ilUUII "U"'J Wltinn -- " assistant and at the expiration of that time Mr. Wilson is to take the office Editor J. M. Richardson goes aftor Gen. Watt Hardin for taking so active a hand In the librarian race against the widow of his old friend, James B. Martin, and reads him a lesson on gratitude, that It micht do well for all politicians to learn. Editor Hearst disclaims responsibiliered with pistols, near Crittenden, this ty for the signed editorial in tho New Bryan and State. York Journal repudiating Bays IiIb position is tho same as ever. The estate of Senator Fair, which Ho supported him because he was tho has all along been estimated at 840,000,-00nominee before and will do It If ho Is has been shown to bo worth only the nominee again. It is .... B. G. Fox & Rico sold to Junius Row- mules for en a pair of K. Rogers sold Monday to 8130. J. Hudson Bros, six cavalry horses at 875 to 8100, and to Shel Harbison three roadsters at 8100 to 812.") Advocate. BRIEF NEWS NOTES. There were (iOO cattle on tho Mt, GaFayette county has decided to build Sterling market Monday, says thu selling at 4Jc, on down zette, the best a 850,000 court house. higher from 85 to A New Yoi k man killed his wife and to lie. Mules were sui- 810, the best 1,200 pound mules bringtwo children and then committed ing from 8100 to 8125. Miners 8(10 to cide. 875. The Vanderbllts now control a line Col. J. P. Chandler, auctioneer, tells of railroads from the Atlantic to tho us that a largo crowd attonded tho salo Pacific. and that Senator Blackburn's daughter, Mrs. of II. J. Darst, Tuesday, herself at Washington, things eold well, farming implements Lane, who shot for more than they were worth. The is recovering. Anthony Patton, uged 13, was jailed two lots of 3 and 27 acres respectively L. for at Winchester, Va., for criminally as wore bouirht by George U) Cartercows 8140, $2,412; horses sold at 823 819.50 to California's golden jubilee will bo from 822 to 823, Jersey heifers Francisco, beginning 821, Poland China and Berkshire shoatH celebrated at San 82.80 each, &c. Monday and continuing one week. Four brutes assaulted Mrs. Erneat Faulkner, while her husband was cov- at inf.lnlm Vonl40 s.. insuit3ioruaiiuigu3unu.no" Dunn a pair of mare mules for Mr. North sent up bills providing Jeff that the present property exemption - 8120. It is estimatod that this country con- shall not apply to debts contracted beand that they fore marriage and requiring that appll- tains 350.000,000 chickens annually, worth cants for law licenses shall be examln-- j lay 11,000,000,000 oggs ed by two persons who have practiced 8105,000,000. McCord's big hog at White Ha law at least five years. up weighed on Monday 1.0..0, and is still Senator Farris, of Garrard, sent Rich- ,wi..hni " " ses- - on his feet and will go to 1,2.-0- . .u IIIUIIUV.I Will nf tho I'lM .,! i,ii,rmv..lnikMii countv. with tnond Climax Col. Hall Anderson cold to B. G. Fox Its 1,400 republican majority, Into tho overwhelmingly republican 11th dis- and El. Hutchings a pair of bay horses sold to same a tinct, and exchanges It for Casey, for 8200. James Carson sorrel for 850. which Is to be added to the eighth to Watkins, Kennedy & Co.. of Hardin make the latter reliably democratic. the board epunty, have received 1,000 cattle from Mr. North's bill to abolish they will food princiof equalization wus roported without Alabama, which seed moal. expression nnd advanced. Hlsbtll to pally on cotton Moroland, bought ral.--e the amount of appeal to 8200 .J. O. McAllstor. of of J. G. Cecil, of Danvlllo. a tllly by was favorably reuortcd and so was his Wilkes, a filly by Coeillian bill to make the owners of property Gambetta uv tno lUliur nuru mr ww. 1..1 ., iHiLti; ........t,it. ami ncnlt I lin (Till! I'll I.III7 If 1Utll Mill .... fJO.) IU. V..V- A. W. Carpenter has received his The bill was favorably reported hornless shorthorn bull calf, which he which provides that any one'steahng a purchased In Illinois for a small forhog of the value of 84 shall be fined not tune. It is a beauty Indued and Mr. C. less than 8100 nor more than 8500, oi is very proud of him. He has named not less than six months nor more l2 him Boniface. This country in lb97 exportud 39,532 raonths confinement In the county jail, of horses and 7.173 mules, tho total value either one or both, in the discretion of which was 85,31 1,000. making a ralh the jury. Ititm nf fnrok'ii trade. nnm.ii.nnt'iilrn 'Piivlor. of Cami)boll, (, t no export of horses have Increased has Introduced u bill In tho House pro- ..,., .1 ... . urn- .lil . .1in.j over iivuiuiu smvu lCll'l viumg lor a iu. ui i m. uunn tliri.w . . Tho Immigration bill, with an educational qualification, jiassed tho Senate 42 to 22. The Immigrant must be ltlor over and bo able to read and write ttio English languago. O'Fnrrell, of Virginia, and other Richmond gentlcmon have boon caught for 8500 each by a man who claimed to have patents for gold mining lands on the Yukon Miss Hariett Keith Owens committed suicide by shooting, just after reading a newspaper account of the shoot-lni- r of Mrs. Lucille Blackburn Lane. Tho Rt. lion. Charles Pelham member of Parliament continuously slnco 18:15 and known as tho "Father of tho House of Commons," Is dead. of LouisCol. Dick Watts, n politician, nnd ville, and former sporting man, died suddenly while sitting in his chair, apparently recovering from an injury to his kneo. At the Ico carnival at Omaha, they had everything but tho Ice, of which thero was not enough to cool a cock-tal- l. House. Miss Mildred Stephenson was .Senator Farris Introduced a bill to crowned queen, and the festlvltUs change the penalty for waylaying nnd opened. Maj. Daniel Runyon, a wellknown shooting with intent to kill, from one turfman and for many years associated to five years to one to 15 years. with B. G. Thomas In tho management Aftor striking out tho declaration of tho Thoroughbred Record, was that such unions arc incestuous the found dead In bed at his homo In LexHouse passed tho bill prohibiting tho ington. Herbert Secley criminally assaulted marriage of first cousins by a vote 44 to Miss Alice Curo while they were on homo from a party near WarNorth, of Lincoln, their wayFla. The young man then Representative rington, has a big batch of bills on each bill murdered tho girl and blew hU own day. He has offered more bills than brains out. Gov. Taylor has pardoned Dr. J. F. any other member'to date. Louisville Edgar, sentenced to five years for imPost. Edgar is tho Representative Wilson, of Jessamine personating another. man who ran away with a Loxlngton prohibcounty, has introduced a bill to man's wife, nnd Impersonated the it toll gate keepers from keopingadog, wronged husband at Memphis. but wherefore It would bo hard to Imagine. LAND AND STOOK--. Representative Lackey, who is a docA. G. Whitley pold to J C. Johnson tor, of Trigg county, will introduce a cattle at 4.10. medical college 22 bill to establish a free bold to J. M. nurnslde Lyon in connection with tho State A. & M. 17 cattle, 1,000 pounds averyesterday College at Lexington. Mr. Haverly'1? bill to reduce the fine age, at 4c. G. II. Nunnelley, of Georgetown, for disturbing religious worship was reading and so was sold to Miles, of Frankfort, 7,000 busha second Mr. North's 6111 to prohibit setting a els of wheat at 91c. O. P. Huffman bought of Chtiit lire that will likely spread to tho lands three fat cattle at Ho and of J. of another. ComW. Adams a buncn of hogs at 3c. An act to abolish the otllce of Tho agricultural department bus monwealth's attorney and relegating county attorney made gratifying experiments with tho duties of said office to e treatment for hog cholera. was prc&enieu uj .ii.iw"t"vjU. John W. Flowers, of Garrard, bought attorneys' fees taxed as costs Ex-Gov. BARGAINS! when they cnll on uh. MUscs' Jackets, Chi dron's Jackets, Ladies' Jackets nnd ls at factory prices. Hoy's and men' at over-coa- 4 VII-ler- s, ox-jall- cr well-know- HALF THEIR VALUE until the close of this season. Boots at your own prico. Blankets for the coming cold weather at 76c, II and Jl 50 to M per pair. Colored dress goods at half value So clean up what is left. FlnnnclH nt astonishing prices. AM wool, white nnd grey flanne' at 15c per yard, a finer one at 25c All wool skirts at 50c. Eiderdown, pink, white nnd blue at 25c per yard. Fancy stripped at 35 per yard. Flannelettes at Dc per yard. Feather boas at 25c A tow oi those 11.25 mulllers left which wo ore cloning at 35c each. Umbrellas 50c Men and Indies' rtihlwro at 25c It U uvele9 to he without a good hat now. We have i dorcn men's derby lints that actually cot us from J1.25 to $2.25 wholesale, which wc are now dolto W. pr pair. l,221-jK)un- d ing at 25c each. en REMEMBER Wo will continue to glvo n clock or one piece of Silverware with every $25 pur-chase. ch The Louisville Store T. I) HANKY, Manager , antl-toxln- also wants . , ,n-.!iii- d hoirs 3c and of ( WHEN YOU WANT 1 Prompt, Efficient Anil Satisfactory .1 I 111- - I. I 1 . SERVICE. 7"Tliu Flngoruf !W Experience Point" Straight to lT I'liono Nu. . PENNY'S DRUG STORE. i t 4 11 V . Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig - Rocker Have the tuo ,1 apnrmod I ...t-Kin- -- ! r-- " ilnvoted to nuvlnir owners for'sheep killed by dogs. The bill provides that If there Is a surplus at the end of the year thj amount will ho turned over to the school fund. ortU tr FACE : LOTONS. 1 i. three-yuar-ol- d And Host Lino of Perfumes. S'onpi and Toilet Aitlclex on tho Market. KEEF WARM. It is very necessary this Cold Weather to Keep the Kody Warm! You can do so by buying a Good Overcoat, Overshoes, Ear fluffs, Warm Soft Underwear, Gloves, Heavy Lined, Water Proof Boots and in fact any thing that goes to make the body comfortable. Bring the money TERMS CASH, 4 H. J. MCR6BERTS. TO DOCTORS. will Iks THE LEGISLATURE. Senator Farris wants more stringent laws against abortion. D. I1 Chesnut has revived the Cor-blMr. North introduced a bill to put at St. Louis. Michael Daugherty, a traveling salesEnterprise with Miss Florence Plnevlllo In a lower class of cities. man, ended a spree at Zanesvllle, O., Chesnut as local editor. The Chesnuts Tho bill to repeal the separate coach jail with a silk seem to bo running things in that town law was killed for good and all this ses- by hanging himself in handkerchief. now. In'aadltidn to the two named sion. William Miller, cashier of the CitiThe House committee on eorpora Miss Maggie Chesnut Is, a notary pubzens' Bank of Winchester, who left lic, A.'B. Chesnut Is' town marshal'and tions decided to report favorably the been in Phoenix, D. T. Chesnut is a real estate agent. bill to regulate the sale of Associated suddenly Jan. 1st, has Arizona, on his way to Klondyke. news in Kentucky. Wont somebody ring the chestnut bell? Press , rcculvvd till Jan. HI. lfc'JS, for tlio paupor pructlcu by iniiIxturlul illstrlcU to continue to Oct. 1. lit not o.xcuedlng tho 0, following sums: Stanford S75, CrnliOrclmrd, Including poor house, 8125, Wiiyiii'Mburg S"5, nnd Hustmivllle 475, doctors to furnish med812,228,998. icine. JAMES I'. HATLEY, .Dr. Charles F. Simmons, a millionG. II. COOI'EK. president of the Simmons aire, and HARVEY HELM. Cotnmltti'ii. Patent Medicine Company, shot a man IlldM TO YOU t s I vv 1 If you Owe the tlri of Farris & Hardin You iflust settle Your fleet, at Once: We don't like to Qiio,utul ; NOEL66SON, Il DcuIcth RailK sk aa au etrjccial fayor that .you Coal, Corn And Hay, Order Olllcu and Feud Exchungo near road CrosHlng, Depot St., Stanford, Coal Yard, Mill St., lately J. B. Hlpglns1 Stand. SatUfurtlon Guaranteed. Jan. 1 Doij't Force t!Ts T6 Stic You, Van. Come up and Pay Like MARK HARDIN, - STANFORD. m i iw i "i wm v " xmmmmm m5mmmtmmmmmm THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t J t I i 1 FATn seems to have averted a tragedy hero on Tuesday. It appears that Look at our now linens. Severance Mayor J. N. Moncfco was sitting in M. , & Sons. D. Elmoro's store, when Jesse R. Stanford, Kv., -- Jan. 21, 189S NfiW mattings and carpets, Sever Routt, who attends the Myers Houso nrfce fc Sons. bar, came in and the mayor nsked him I why the saloon was closed. Routt said Ti:n supar mules, fine ones, 3 and - the restrictions were too severe and E. 0. Walton, Business Maxauki:. -5g-: year-olfor salo. J. 13. Owsley. Monefeo responded that they were not We have a full stock of Falls Branch unless It wns their desire to keep an un CASH PAID for life lnsuraneo poliHaving nrrajiged to handle a line of shoes much better adapted to the public needs lawful house. Routt replied he was cies. Arid rut W. S. Allen, P. O. IJox, Coal now. J. II, IJaughman it Co. 157, Danville, Ky. mistaken about that like he was when m than the Zeigler make have determined to sell every pair of Splcial, or dlHlcult prcwrrlptlon YOU can get your lace curtniua, win- he chnrged In the council meetwork t'.uy be loft to us with the utmost dow blinds, carpets and mattings for ing that he had seen screens over tho confldi ncd! Penny's Dru: Store. spring from Withers. window of his bar room. Mr. Menefco said ho thought he know when he saw To YOU. You must pay your account nnythlng and Routt still denying It, the PERSONAL GOSSIP. at once. Delay Is dangerous bo don't Miss PitKOA M 1:1 Kit Is visiting In take chances. M. S. it J. W. Baugh-mn- mayor jumped up nnd saying with an opprobious cphithet, which Routt reLouisville. In my house, if price is any inducement. Ladies' shoes thai have been selling for turned, that ho was tired of being conIn assisting Hamilton, tho S. T. Itici: PmvATi: School. I will open tradicted by him drove a small knife at jeweler, for awhllo. a school at tho public school property Routt's left side immediately over tho HON. K. C. Waukbn went to Lexat Hustouville, Jan. .'list. Terms $2 heart. The blade passed through the ington Wednesday. Sam Walton Si:vi:kanci: Is attend-in- per month. Patronnge solicited. Kate coat and striking a bank book broke oil. . Then Mr. Menefco seized a chair and Blaln. tho LouUvIllu High School. tried to brain his man, who warded it James D. Yocum, of McKinnoy, has Tliu '"Hotel In the Cincinna- otT and got in a light lick on the maybeen granted pension of 40 a month. ti Enquirer Is written by Judge Chaa. or's nose, at fnc same time reaching For choice of any in my house. Misses shoes sold for $2 to $2.25 now offer for $1.25 Mk. J. C. Flokrxci: has gone to Nel-to- n E. Klncaid, who has a most extended for a hatchet. Mr. W. A. Trlbblc hapcounty to settle up his brother's acquaintance, and It is one of the most pened in about that time and he and and 1. estate. readable features of the big journal. Mr. Elmore secured the weapon and M8. W. II. DILLON, of Livingston, parted tho belligerents. The mayor It has rained nearly continually for says that Routt disputed him when he is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bottle two weeks and the earth is ns wot now mado tho charge before the council, Uroaddus. McIvlN.NT.Y, who I vis- as it wa9 dry last fall. Yesterday was and MUS.'W. A. that he could not notico it then, iting in Harrodsburg, is very low with blustering and colder and the predic- nor would he ever have done to, had also have a line of shoes which cost $1.50, 1.75 and $2 a pair which am offering for tions were thnt it would bo fair and not Routt renewed tho subject. Tho pneumonia. , only $1. . Mils. H. F. Stkvkns returned with still colder latter claims that he had no intention daughter, Mrs. E. L. Rlnehoart, her Till" vallBo found by Mr. Gus McCor-mac- of raising a row and says ho spoke to from Danville and Is her guest. and advertised in our last Issue Mr. Menefco in as gentlemanly terms MRS. A. E. Hunulky, of Uoyle, and belonged to E. Ehmc, a traveling man as he knew how. Mavor Menefco was in yesterday Miss Etta McAllster, of Missouri, wore who lost It out of his buggy while fordtr.ot i.lng to say that ho felt very much Mrs. Ellen Evans Tuesday. up to see ing tho Hanging Fork near Peyton's exDlt. En AI.COKN, who wan here from Well Suturday. Ho called on Mr. McC. ashamed that after a long business for It Tuesday, the day the "ad." was perience us sherilT and other otllcer, be Htibtonvlllo yesterday, told us thul should have been provoked Into his CashlurJ. W. Hockor wns quite ill printed. first altercation in all that time. He with renal colic. Tin: postmaster appointee, J. C. says that he has nothing whatever AMONu tho eight young men who E. B. Linney's nomination to be postFlorence, filed a gilt edged bond against Routt and should not have had are applying for law license from 'the and had J. V. Kout, Miss Liz- trouble had he not struck him first, af- master at Danville, has been confirmed. Danville court uru Messrs. Clarence E. Slgnor Nlcolini, husband of Mme. zie Davl&on and his sons, A. B. and ter ho had told him not to contradict Tato and Leslie C. Uosloy. Adclina Pattl Nlcollnl, Is dead at Pau, George Davison Florenco sworn in as him again. Mlt. CltAKLKS WllKHLKIt, Of tho France. deputies. The latter will be the prins There has been no trial but both Emporium," Hustouville, was horo cipal deputy and Elder William Stanley, of Glasgow, Mr. Kout will stay in claim to be ready for one. Wodnosday looking like a man who now has and wears a pair of ottcr-skl- n long enough for Mr. Florence to only wan soiling stacks of goods. Advents TcknimkeMatteus. The new fis- gloves which he bought In December, get the run of things. AT. lag pays, he cal court compo.-c- d of Judge James P. 1350. was called Mils. G. W. UltONAUOH JOSH Bkown was tried before Judge Bailey, W. D. Wullin, J. A. Singleton, Mrs. Zoo Anderson Norris, who is a to llurgin Tuocday by the death of her Bailey yesterday for shooting John S. J. H. Raines uud W. A. ColTey met for sister of Mrs. John B. Thompson, of oousltJ, Mrs. Lucy Curd, who died of Lee In Green's saloon at McKinnoy 011 the first time Tuesday to consider prop- Harrodsburg, secured a divorce from cancer of tho llvor, aged M). She leaves Christmas eve, and acquitted. Ho was ositions from the pikes not freed. Pres- her husband, S. W. Norris, in Kansas. three married dmightors. then tried for carrying concealed wea- ident J. F. Cash, for the Stanford it In Anderson county, Ed Catlett, the o J. A. llt'KNHlDK returned from pons and lined $2.r nnd 10 days In jail. Hustonvillc pike, proposed to sell the 10 year old son of Squire Frank CatKY. yeMonlny whore ho sold 10 hogs- Leo was at the trial looking as if he 10 miles for $S00 a mile or to lease It lett, was crushed and Instantly killed a Madlon fult no bad clTocts from the fearful for $1,500, out of which $S0 a mllo Is to by a falling tree, which ho had cut. head of hurley totaiuco for Slender Purses Don't Fear This Store. Forehand Buying will save uounty man, at an average of $10.30, wound ho received. The Louisville man who sent a wombe expended for repairs, the road to you more in one year than painful pinching willin five. We are the hlghtost prlco being $1(1.50. remain under tho supervision of the an who advertised for a husband $35 to SI. That Is the amount that each il s Mlt. T. A. KICK, lato of the New company, which is also to retain the buy her trousseau is now cogitating dispatcher's otllcu, has been made stockholder on the Stanford it Otton-helMessrs. Thos. McRobcrts, over the fact that all tho fools will not turnpike gels per share by thd joint agent of the L. it Is, and SouthCraig and Wm. Warren, rep- bo dead till he kicks the bucket, if You can't feel poor when you see our goods and prices, for little John J. ern railroads at Cumberland Gap and sale of the road to the, county, "i miles, resenting tho Danville it Hustonvlllo then. money does the businees here. Is to say that will more with his wife to that point In for 100, loss taxes. That 7 miles, ollcred to sell for 512,000 Hon. W. J. Stono had a narrow cs' up $50 In good money plko, tho man who put a few days. CLOTHING- - No strings on or to lease for 81,931 a year, the compa- cape from drowning near Kuttawa. He Dress Goods were Si, now 72 Cts C. T. DkGakmo, late of tho Mu a fw yuars ago only gets $.'J.SI back. ny to look after It and expend out of it was swept down the creek which he " 75, now 49 " this line useless to give prices. " Storllng Democrat but now ropreeunt-In- g There are IMj shares and President V. $100 a mile, but to pay the county her was crossing and caught hold of some " 50, now 39 " Come, touch and take as you will " " the Standard Paper Co.. of Ctncii T. Tucker was around a few iluyn ago merest on Its OS! shares. J. S. Rob- trees, hanging on for an hour before his ' " now 29 " be pleased. Pants, all wool $2, and wo settling with the stockholders. natl, was to soo us Tue.-da" inson, for the Danville it Lancaster rescue. His horses and buggy were " 30 and 25, now 19 " now S1.25; Jeans Pants, 75c now found him to be a gontloman who fully iNTKLLHiKXi'K from Rov. George O. road. proK)?cd to sell for$400 a mile or lost. Standard Calicoes, 4c, Ginghams, 50c; Jeans Pants, $1, now 75c; understand his business. Barnes Is to the oiled that he and fam- lease for W00 the 31 miles of tho road and 5c Jeans Pants, Si 25, nowpSc; Jeans Vu answer hundruds of InqulHus ily ure nlcoly domiciled in their winter that lies in this county. The Huston-villoon all Domestics Pants, Si 50, now Si. when wu say that the picture of tliu home on Sanibel Island, Flu., and that Coffey's Mill, through Presi-, reMILLINERY AND LADIES' SHOES. See our Si shobeautiful little glii protonted In our ho Is busily engaged In writing a book. dent (J. C. Lyon, olfered J miles at I will foil at my riMdiMire situated mllo Crab Orvliiird & WRAPS. Reduction on last Is Jane Louise, daughter of Ho had promlr-o$s00 a mllo or to lease it at$100 per from Crab Orehuid,10 on tho on TIirjtSDAV, duced from Si. 50. tho Lord to wrlto It a. ji., Luncnttvr pike Appellate Clerk and Mrs. A. Addams, before he died, but kept putting it olT mile, the whole to be spent on tho road JAN. 27, 'lis, usat follow,.; I'lvu Sliortliorn all of our shoes including Drew. These must go, can't carry them uud all bred, Cows good who was Miss Eva lluohanan. Serby & Co., Rockland, Smith & over, thciefore will be sold regardtill ho wuh taken with a malady that and to remain under control of the own- old lollid Aberdeen Anpus Hull, adIf, opines less of value. Stoughton and Russell & Son. Till! l.lehmond C'limux says ttiNmtonod to soon end Ills days. This ers. The court took no action but hteer, 7 calves SI shoaU, 3 bred con's, alxut that the roa-o- n Will Lackey left tho forced him to keep his promise and journed till Wednesday for further con- thoroughbred Poland China Ito.ir, up will 10(1 bo Watch that Bargain Counter, for they are good things that must bid barrels of corn. Kvorythlng put Indian Territory and rpturnod to civil- sluoo he has gotten down to work all sideration. (old, positively no bv bidding. farewell to space and lead lives of usefulness wherever placed. Tekms Sums under S10, cash. ovorSIO. a In the menntlme Judge J. P. Bailey, isation was that lie feared tho ravages signs of tho disease have Hod, at least credit of 10 month',, with good negotiable would get his scalp, now being fa. I that Is our information. Attorney Hurvoy Helm and Clerk G. B. note before any t ilnjr removed. dunuded of canillary substance. Cooper had figured from reports of tho ADAM IMCHF.KT, Crab Orchard. Hakky Giovannoli, the genius of companies what each had expended jer was hero Tuesday MISS Kati: Ulain . tho Danville Advocate, besides writing to make llnal settlement of her trust as many columns dally for that paper and mile last year and It was found that tho had .expended school suerlntondent. Hor accounts corresponding for a dozen or more dal- Hustonvillc it Stanford SUCCESSOR TO J. B. HIGGINS, Of Thoroughbred Stock. 2 $13.70 a mllo; the Danville it balanced to a cent and hor record shows lies, has found time to train the olllce a mllo, tho Danville it LancasI UI1 at my farm on the pike leading that hho made a mo-- oxcellent olllcor. cat. of which ho m frequently speaks to from ter S22.25 and the Hustonvlllo it Cof. Crab Stanford andCrab Orchard, Similes from Is shortly to open Sho tells us that she 7 frdm Stanford, on Orchard in his i'uncillcr Column. The feline is fey's Mill 800 and they so reported to u private school at Hustouvlllo, which a very ordinary looker, but the tricks tho court. 15th, 1898, wo hOHs will be liberally patronized. lloandonro almost Innumerable, In In justice to tho turnpike companies Sell to tho highest bidder tho following Sec ad. Agricultural Implements. Also agent for the Deering Binders, Mowcluding such remarkable feats us stand- we will stale that thoy did not expend property, commencing at 10 o'clock. MlHH MaKY nitl'Ci:, of Stanford, arers and Rakes Also agent for the Repairs for the above ing 011 Its hind legs, eating, mowing as much last year on tho roads as usual Clinton. Jr.. a Jack, beautiful to bo tho truest of Miss rived machines. Will be glad to have those who and tho llko. Harry Is very fond of as they didn't know how things would black, 15, hands, long and rangy, lino stylo and action; has proven a good breeder. 'Ho Kfttlo Lee Yeagur for several 'days. his pel, so much bo think of buying to see my stock it Is said that his turn out. Mr. Cash says his road cost ?as sired by Clinton, he by Heecher, he by Mr. C. C Carpenter, of West Lincoln, 2nd, he by l'rlnco 1st, lniorted by best girl Is decidedly jealous of it. ftl1' a mile last vear. counting tho I'riuco & Alford. Dam, lino .ZLSTD Adams was ono of the visitors In town jennet owned amount ho let people work for toll that by Allen k llcnty, of Clinton Co. looked as If he was getting ready and Held O veil James Cash was tried Prince, beautiful black Jack, 4 years old. Agent for HUsell Chilled 1'lowsf tho mint lmpioved chill plow. Orders tukeu for Ooa woman as before Judge Carson Wednesday for ho did not reK)rt. to marry some hands, lino stylo and action. Sired by U t&'i$r ' from T. L. Shelton's Coal V'nril. o At tho meeting Wednesday thu Joo lllackburn, Jr., ho by Joe Blackburn, ho ho ought to have done years ago. forging A. C. Martin's name to a check by l'rlnco Hanging Fork & Green River road, 5J by l'rlnco 3rd, ho Adams & 2d, ho by l'rlnco Advocate by for $.." and held over to circuit court in Alford. was 1st. Importedblack jack, 3 years miles, and half tho Tom, lino old. 15 hands $200, which he failed to give. Cash MATTERS, $500, $250 to bo and of lino stylo and action. Sired by Joo LOCAL. bought straight out for acknowledged having signed Mr. MarSdo his pedigree above. paid out of this and $250 out of next lllackburn. of tho above threo jacks Is a Wit Tho dam DAN'KS tits spectacles. tin's name and scorned to care very lit- year's levy with 0 por cent interest. jennet, 15 hands and a lino Individual, owntle if he ho had hrokdn tho luw. Ho by L. Garner. A committee was appointed to let tho edHowlingD.Orcen, Crab Orchard. Nl'W wall paper, cheap at Withers. tried to pass tho check at several Jr., beautiful jack, pauper practice till October by magis- i years, lfl hands nnd rlne. Coltblack L S. At Before the Tariff Prices. of Sons Haughman's Imp. Howling Oreon. Nkw mackerel at Hlgglns tc McKin stores, but it was at Soverunco terial districts, not to exceed certain Threo Jennets with colts, nil well bred and store that ho was arrested. He worked amounts. noy 'a. In tluo trim. Lot of O. I. C. Hogs, males Mr. Martin for a long time uud was for Mr. McKinley perhaps never saw the linen looms of All tho propositions presented yes- nnd females, and ninny other things. Coal at cost, See ad. J. II. Baugh- considered by that gentleman an honTeums. deomed too high and Judge creditor 12Sums $20 nnd under ensh; over a terday were Ireland and Germany but he wiircut quite a figure in 'thfe man it Co. orable youth. Ho is an orphan and Mr. Balloy arid Attorney Holm wero ap- noUs benrlngmonths, with good negotiable 0 per cent. Interest. Terms 88 price of linens you buy in the future. We are showing a Stouk-UOOproiterty next to Fanners Bank Martin feols much sympathy for him. pointed a committee to raako tho fol- must be compiled with before GAIINE'U. Is removed. MHS. N. A. fine line of new patterns at very low prices. & HusTo the for rent. W. P. Walton. J. P. Chandler, Anc'r. Crab Orchard, Ky. With threo bar rooms paying $500 a. lowing offers:a mile; to Stanford & tho Danville year each and other sources of reve- tonvlllo 1000 To loan on real estate MONKY. to tho LESSON8 IN of Hustonvillc $0,500 for tho whole; nue, It looks very much like tho levy Apply at this olllce. & Coffey's Mill $500 a mllo on the $100, if all tho tuxes aro Hustonvlllo 7f cents Physical Culture And Vocal Expression. PUKE Muplo Syrup and Buckwheat collected, Is excessive and thereforp and to the Danville & Lancaster $1,250 To 90c. Guarantedjfast color- - j , $ v ny , Flour at Warren & Shanks'. without uxeuso. It is claimed that tho for the 3! miles. Tho judge and Squlro Wallln wero Nora Murphy charges for water and light keep tho FAKM products taken In exchango appointed a committee to see after poor rate at tho high figure, but as high as At Mrs. E. L. Ithlnehoart'H residence oppofor coal. J. II. Baughman it Co. they are it does not seem that thoy house farm. W. It. O'llannoii'b. Napkins to At 50c. Best wearing goods made. wus made that no allow- site Dr.Goodknlght has studied tho science An order Mrs, lv ago, u hickory should call for a levy of 50 cents on the Lost, ubout a month I bo granted, except In and been trnluod In the Art of Vocal Ex- 8 do. at 75c. You shouhisee, the uew match at Si. 25, 5 light very ances hereafter In tho best schools of Oratoiy In mo becauso it was my $100. This makes water and October cano, valuable to ioston whore the subject Is more thoroughexpensive luxuries. Wo know of a man extreme eases, save at the father's. Finder will please return to who pays tax on about $20,000. At 50 term, ly studied and tiettcr taught than elseproperty wus rented where Id EuroiKi or America. J. W. Eubanks. No matter what tho vocation In life every cents por $100 ho pays tho Wuter & J. E. Portman's county superintendent's olllce. y one needs this tho most Important as well Extra wide Linen for wide tables; Prices range from 48c A dispatch from Mt. Vornon yestor-da- Light Company $100 In taxes besides for all Arts. GoodTho court adjourned to meet on tho as tho moat useful otattention toMrs. trainwas objection $104.40 for tho private use "of these neuftornoon says there knlght gives special to S1.75. Come and et us showou. the Call of the judge, should the negotia- ing of teachers, Inwj-erand preachers. on tho part of tho Langforda to Judge cessities. At this rate thero ought to Lessons from A. m. till 4 1'. M. on Tuesprovri sa'tlB'factory.' t Williams trying their case for shoot- bo big money to the company that fur- tions days, Thursdays mid Saturdays. For further Information cull on or address ing ftt tho Mulllna and that Squire nishes them. . u'wi.-- j 14 ,j Tho Ohio Is over 45 feet at Cincinnati during above specified hours nt Mrs. Mrs. O. Khlno-hea- rt Sigraon, of Brush Creek, had been deon the lower s. At other times nt her home one sold to G. A. Peyton and rising. Merchants E. T. Penco e on Danvlllo pike. D mile from cided on. The trial had not commencstreets avc moving out. nine yearlings at 4ic. ed at 3 o'clock. I m m I Let Danka rotmir that watch. ' I 4- CLOSING OUT. I d m m -- n. ZEIGLER'S SHOES I g 23.25 ARE NOW OFFERED AT 21.53 I Gq-sl- p" 11 CHILDREN'S REDUCED IN PROPORTION I f I to-da- y. k GOME EARLY AND GET CHOCE W. H. SHANKS. Second Week, of Tfye yos-terda- y par-tic- Great Slaughter Sale HUSTONMILLG, ! The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Lou-Nvlll- Or-lan- m toll-house- s. Making it Hot for Hard Times. -- y, "40, it PUBLIC SALE. 1 1 1 KCut 44 "a 1 1 l)2-- 2t PUBLIC SALE! V D, BRIGHT, 2"2T X Huston-vllle'$3- i Tuesday, Feb. Buggies, Carriages, Blackboards, Farm Wagons, X GKEJT X ed to-da- y to-dii- y PI2ICES. T good-lookin- g Dan-vlll- toll-house- s, HEW LiSEIS t - M $2,-C0- 0. Colored Linens at 25c 72 INCH GERMAN LtNEN, i fl Coodknight, Chrysanthemum and Rose Patterns, s it K ..jH-Jn- l court-hous- it2&& SJtS&SSS&IWj BaKiMitgliii urtMt .inJU. AftiA Jyjj r MMMMM ..til. ,1 fin -- ! X V , V THE IMTERIOR JOURNAL vi'blloiioi'rMooa.ayo'rfMi.a rrldara TUB 3D KENTUCKY. UATTLB OF STONE KIVEK AND KILLING OK COL. M'lvEE. IIY II. F. POWELL. (CONCLUDED FROM LAST ISSUE.) On Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock ::! 1 - iWTfWtPWlJf; AAAAAAAA In mitliUo oak mid blnNcvo maple. Ifo certain victory awaited them. we can glvo you the tlnest bedroom M?ts A few minutes before 11 the regi ninde, which we aro offering this week m FRANKFORT AMD OINCINHAT FiEJNXffT, low prices for tho-who aro economically ment wa3 fairly engaged, Its position VIA GEORGETOWN. Inclined. They uro the lMt value for tho was in an open cotton field exposed to a A. 11 r. m. money wo have over cold, mid will lit up n A.M. .M. 35 galling fire onthe front and right Hank. Arl2 53 200 Lre. Somerset, room to look neatly, while they nro as use8"20 " 11 31 jcu uty. 313 ful unci comfortable ns tho moro expensive ....Dealer In. S5 630 Hero It met a focman worthy of Us 05 450 Arr OeorKctown, Lt sets. 6 30 300 steel, and I venture the assertion that " rranfclort, 1153 .20 5 SO no regiment In the service has ever 8 40 6;i0 Arr Farts W. W. WITHERS, Daily except Sunday. ovlnced more courage or done better DcutlHt, t Stanford, i Ky. C. D.IIEUCAW.O. r.A. Office on LaDcastfitis9t t Ilmhltnr. Stanford. - - Kentucky. fighting than did the 3rd Kentucky on QUEEN & CRESCENT. day. For nearly four that memorable Branch Store nnd Undertaking Outfit nt Trains pass Junction City as follows: hours It held Its position against over JT. Htistonville, Ky. 3 30 p m No. llSouth .... 11 57 a in No. 2 North whelming numbers. 11 21 put 3 46am " 4 " No. 3 " Undortalcor, No. 5 " 1123am " 6 " ......130 pm When Its gallant leader was no more " " 9 8 20pm No. & "10 600am fear fled from Its ranks and but one senHuitonvillo, - - - Kentucky timent seemed to animate the men as OflVrt lit. crTlc I will rvut publicly on the premises, to tb( isvplr oi l'ft Unroln Royal make the food pure, nd Coy counties, full Mock o( CotSiutuid Cuk they dashed the tears from their smoke STANFORD, KY. (t.tlwar.on hand wholesome and delIclou5." 27, 1898. 93 D. S. Careutcr, Maiintfrr. begrimed cheeks and swore to avenge My farm located on the Hanging Pork, 7 his death. A regiment which was onnillos from Stanford and C miles from Dan1 ly a sliort distance from the 3rd on Its ville, nnd about uo of which Is for corn. '12 right fought splendidly for about 30 acres for oat. Twenty-du- e acres of now OBITUARY All persons hnvlng claims against tho esLouisvlllo, Ky., meadow and about 175'acro.s of minutes, but when charged upon by the tate of It. T Pierce. I.llterty, Ky.. a,lgned. 12, The dwelling and other Improvements iirvlu John S. Coulter was born March Rebels, fled inglorlously to meet this condition, new corn crllis. I,irge AMERICAN & EUROPEAN are hereby tiotllk-- and rtsutstulto present their suld'claluis. Perilled ns required by xno right wing ot the 3rd was 1S1G; died Dec. 22, 1S97, of softening of tobacco barn, and fertile laud to go In crisis, Inw, to tho undersigned assignee at the brain and of old ngo. Ho was slek tobacco. This land Is lu a good state of culthrown perpendicularly to the left and Hank of Mborty. Ky.. nlthln Wda acres to l grown lu tivation. I'lfty-Mg11 days and was at himself very llttl6 ud bted to the corn Is clover sod and lOncres Is lioitomlmid the Rebels who had hoped to gain so Is the tinost In from this date. All The Ladies Restaurant vsUtto of n Id Pierce will cnll and settle at of the time but was patient in all his on w hlcli 75 bushels of corn has been grown the city. Every convenience for Indies once with said asslguvo at tald bank, othermuch advantage from their "drive" sickness. Every thing in human pow to tho acre. Tho farm will Ik' rented hs a upending the day in the city. wise suits will lj filed mi all unsettled were soon sent flying from the field. whole or In senarate tract. (I. A. l'HBWITT. Algnoe. claims. Gcnllchcn'tt Cafe on ollice iloor. er was done to relieve his sufferings At the same time will sell eight curling If I have understood the matter Doc. SI. is7. Liberty, until tho death Angel took him up .steers and heifers and four cmIw-.- , live sons THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. rightly tho 3rd Kentucky was the exand pigs, work mules, brood mnnw and othhigher. His funeral was preached by er horso stock, a lot of locust jshU. some Manager. treme right of that portion of the army T. L. Rev. Thos. Coleman at his late home ifOb.irrels corn and 12 or 13 tons of lm. and POWDER Music TiiesJuv, Thursday and Sunday which never yielded Its ground. It a lot ot Household mid Kitchen Furniture IIOWI.AND. KY.. and then the remains were followed by Will Absolutely Pure Evening. also sell mv farming innchlnerv of all would not then be claiming too much a large crowd of friends and relatives 'kinds. Salo to commence nt 10 o'clock. Ilns Gone Hack into the Coal for that regiment or be doing injustice Terms made known on day of sale and deposited in the McKinuey cemeBusiness. to others, who fought aa well as It did, Your Life yo MUS. MAUV l VUIlf H. Ilubblo, Ky. Opportunity tery by the side of his wife who died to say at least that the 3rd Kentucky And will keep constantly on hand tnc .'will-cN. H. Good piano will also Ik sold dotal tmcho roots co., new york. nine years ago. Two sons nnd live " Palls llranch and other Ut 1'hU and Iwrrel flouring A first .In. ujMordul'' acted a most important part in turning daughters survive him. Two unmar Mill with I'.leator, fine ltcldeii-i- ' and stock ask tho patronaceof the public. Man ford of the day. During the the fortunes Mill running friends who want !ih1 can leave orders with of wheat and rorn for shIc ried daughters lived with him up to his battle it stood like a wall of adamant, A. S. PRICE, full time and deposing of inttrv out put at J II. lllgrlns. whh'h will receive prompt atdeath, who were a great comfort und T U SHKI.TON Mitlsfartorv prices-- The plant should be tention invincible to every assault and when consolation seen to In) appreciated "III be.wild at a to him lu hi old ngc, nevSurgeon d of Its men were more than Imrgaln. Ill health forci me to oiilt the ! er leaving him after Dentist, C'nfl on or milting business. Terms eas Jnffiffi numbered among the killed and wound- death. They are their mother's C O. VANAItSDAI.K ovor addross, All p rson. drtlrtns loout 1'o.U for plaak fence, ed and Its ammunition exhausted, the llustouvllle. K Stanford, Ky. tho loss of so good a father. The entire aud rallliie or wire frutvnn find what thry men fixed their bayonets and awaited want at my store near Cedar Creek, un the pike family has the writer's tenderest symOffice orer Drtn; Store In thel'Owtley IraJInx fium Crab Orchard to .Stanford I alw in sullen silence the onset of the eneHulldlng. keepon litiiil a aupplyuf plank for ffiilnz. All pathy, and especially the two daughmy with a settled determination to die kinds of luiultr far Imlldlni purpuMsi, alwUard. ters at the old homestead, for they feol and alilnele. All smiu. drairlue any article of rather than yield. thl kind can rail on aw at mr ior HMrCslr the greatest loss. A pure, christian . W. rdNr.LI.TUN. 9 Crwk. In this pasture late in the day It was character ho maintained from early life is the most dangerous of all human found by Gen. Rosecrans, "What regi having been a member of the Baptist ailments because its approach is Is he. "Third Its bymptomsare common to ment this?" demanded done your church for years. He did a great deal other diseases, viz., Severe Headache, Kentucky sir," ' You have for the church and college at Middle-burMS. U. I). SIMPSON, l'ror.. Backache, Dizziness, Sleeplessness, share. If all had performed their duty helping them out of many hard Blurred Vision, Dyspepsia, etc. Once as you have, I should have I.nucnMtcr, : Kentucky. a places by his wise counsel and liberal let it pet a Arm hold on the system and splendid victory In two hours. gained wwMHawHa aaa.awBM Go to the it is difficult to dislodrrn. It Is ratu,l Newly furniflhed; clean beds; splendid And Dealer in contributions. He was always ready to OP BROOKLYN. by inability of the kidneys to Alter the rear." By comparing the losses of Everything tabic. Torters help any good cause; honored nnd loved Urea from the blood. 89 the regiment with that of many others by meet HARNESS, SADDLES?, &C. trains. all who know him. He will be sadYet it can be which I have seen reported, I find that : STANFORD, KY. ly mlssod by the entire community. By It is larger In proportion to Its numeri- his death the children" lose a kind and cal strength than any of them. It wqot Co., Scotland. C. loving father, the church a faithful, H. D. VForoTerayearl have been troubled with kid. ney disease, something like Bright' Disease, no into the action with 299 men and of this consistent member, the neighborhood KOUNlD 1B06. the doctors informed me. They failed to cure me SO wounded, Xioolc or In fact to do me any jroud whatever, and I number 17 were killed and and especially the poor aud needy one The made up my mind I was past cure. About two which of Itself Issulllcient to show close HTANKOltn, KY. of their best friend; for those In need months ajfo, passing a drujr store In Cincinnati, I can not forbear mentioning I saw a man tflvitii; away sample boxes of Dr. work. R. B. never left his door without their wants All kinds of trpilrlsR done at roM.iuble ratra llobbs Spam? us Kidney Pills. One was handed and regularity to me and I commenced to take them. I found the coolness, steadiness provided for, the county one of Its best UpbolsterlaK a hscI)) Mtiauctlun gmriniw-1- . STAXIUUP, KY. 6 Stanford, Ky., they helped me immediately. After taklnp with which the men discharged their citizens. He was noted for truth and three boxes I feel that I am nnu- un. i .. pabt and I must say that I feel better guns. honesty whl h virtues he prized very Co Is Receiving; liis than I have for the past twenty years. Ther Aud Farmers Scarcely a man failed to take delib- highly In all persons. Sad are our are a truly wonderful medicine. Vahren I. Smith, 135 Front St. Uellevue, Ky. erate aim every time he fired. I saw hearts and mourning fills our homes. Goods. or STANFOltD, KY. men frequently raise their guns to fire Our loss is his Dr. Hobbs eternal gain. He has and smoke or some other object inter- crossed 8200,000 00 Goods Warranted. Paid up Capital, the river of death and jokied vening they would lower them again tho family in The Leading Specialists of America 17.C03 80 Fit Guaranteed. Surplas, Heaven. Let us all be and Walt until they could draw a faithful and follow in his footsteps, 20 YEARS IN OHIO. bo Give Him a Call. Kidney Pills. "bead" on the enemy. The. elTect of that when we too are called from time Ily jiroirliloni of lit elisrtor, lesltora aro a 250,000 Cured, fully protected as are deltora lu National lliuki, this kind of lighting was terrible. .(J, Lakium. ItsaliArvholdersbvliiK' hold Individually llahlato John 11. CxarLkuiN. to eternity we may meet him and all FOIt !AI.E AT Hie extent oftlie amouutof tlieiratock therein at A gentleman whose veracity I can the loved ones In that better world WECURESTRICTURE value thereof, Innddltlou to the amount thepar not doubt told me that he visited the where there will bo no In auch tbaron It may net ai cxeiutor. ad. sickness nor Thousand of voumr nnd iulnUtiator,truilee,Ac..aJt'ully aa on indlTldual. ground In front of where tho 3rd Kenmen are troubled with tliUdUcafe many Tendering our thanka to thoM- who hate entrust-edeath but all will be joy and happiness , uncontcioufiy. nicy may nato a (mart STANFORD KY. tucky fought and that more than 100 forever. their lnulntM to u, we trust they will continue ins 6cnailon, miaii, iwiMinc itrcum, J. II. A. to do o, and we oiler as a Riiaranu for prompt atharp cutting imlnsnt time, rliglit disdead men lay upon tho field. When I tention to aaiue our 20 years' exjierleneo In charge, ditliculty in conimonclDt, weak ox liberal accouimodatloua iiaarc consistent 4 expressed my surprise at the state A baby was born at a dance given by orcant, cmlilon, and all tho ryintdouu INSURANCE COMPANY with sound hauling. of nervous debility they hato hlUll ment, he 9aid: "1 know It to be true, I tho Night Owl Club In St. Louis. IliaECTORS. Tl'KK. Don t let doctors experiment on Mt. Vernon: you, by cuttlnf,, ttrctchlnir, or tcarlm; counted a hundred and there were A woman of Gl at Arkansas City has1 J.J. Williams. II. Cuiumius, rreachcriTllIe; OF LIVERPOOL. W. you. 'Ihls will not eurolynti, as It will re ny more; making allowance for wlmt startled the world by giving birth to a J. ll.Uwaley, turn, uur .m, J,S Owsley.Sr., .UMtiuii ij;r,Ai- y ( if f S. II. Shanks, 31KNT absorbs tho ctricturo tioue; William Ooocb, THE POPULAR .taai.aa.tt.xta" may have been killed by shells, I am baby. S. J. Kmbry, hcncorcmovcithoftricturo permanently. J.r. CasL, A. W. Carpenter; K. Ltiiu, It can never return. No uniii. no ii(Iur. that the Urd Ken- - Tho fiscal court of Ohio county, has J. M t)ei 'oct' certain B3RBBE & CSSTLEM3S. in?, no dotantiun from liuclncrs by our J. N. Mcncfec. tucky killed outright between 80 and decided to not allow any pauper claims . T method. ThotcxualorKaiifnreitrengtk. orriCKKS. jwjwtT w mwwtH.-irwimo,encd. Tho ueres aro luviKoratcd, and MANAfiKHS, S. II. Shanks, rresldent; outside of the poorhouse. It will result la I f tho bills of manhood icturn;. J. U. Owsley Cashier; I ould be pleased to trace tho for In a saving of from $1,500 to $2,000 anW. M. llrhjbt Teller TlPVWWiffmilttHirtPo Oommorco Building, Louisville. WWMf WMtWMt WW i tune of the regiment during the re- - nually. middle-useThouianda of vouns and Agent Throughout the outh. "minder of that eventful week, which 4?wwws,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,ul,,-J!- V Tho mint of Philadelphia is almost men aro haine their rexual itnr and M : T T T T3 . -vitality continually faped ny tuts iu- was one of great hardship and suller-ing- , constantly engaged in turning out FIRST NATIONAL BANK VT. case. Ihcy are fiequvutly unconscious THXBBZiX, WVitto but I have already made a much cents made of copper, with a slight alof tliocauioof thcjo mitora. II en cm AVoakners, t'unatural OV STANKOUD. KY. lxcal Agent, more lengthy communication than I loy of zinc and tin. The State of Penn.Manhood, Nervouino", Poor .Mem ren ory, irritability, at times had Intended. In what I have already sylvania alone absorbed 11,000,000 last Barplai, S15.750 Stanford, Kentucky. Capital Stoek $100,000. dition, hunkcn i.ytf. una uarK circle?. written the name of no officer has been year, and New York 0,000,000. Weak Hack. Uenrr.il Ileprostlon. Lack 37tf The Attention of tha public la called to tho f.ict that Ynricoccle. Shrunken of Ambition. mentioned, except that of the colonel this Is the only Nntional Ilauk In Stanford. Un Parts etc (IbUKT and bTIUC'IUHK jww: of the regiment. My motive In this government makes $1.90 on each pound Dank Act may bo thociuo. Don't coiimlt family der the provisions ot thu National capital stock, of cents It makes. deposltora areaecunsl not only by tha doctora, at they have no c.iperivuce in was not an improper one. Of each of these, sneciil dl.cate don't allow but by tha stock holders' liability lor an amount equal tn the stock so that deiKwliora of thla Instltu Ouncks to experiment on you. Contult JANUAKRY. thern It may be said, "He sought tho .17... r ..f nr.Hl br a fund ofiJtO.OOO. Fire sworn npeclaliau.wbobavainadoalifoi'tuilyof italeiuentaof the oiudltlouol the Hank aro made imen. uurisw post of danger as the post of honor," Sti. Mo Tit We Th JJiseneiot Jlennnd Fr tin. each year to the United State l.nTeruiuent aud 1U wil ih . .METHOD TUEATSlKNT but I should feel myself unworthy tho assets are examined at stated times by government The Florida & New Orleans Limited tlrcly euro you. Uno thou;aml dollars 1 1 agenta, thus ccurlog additional anderlcit salct. trains of the for a caso wo accept for treatment and . name of friend were I to" lay aside my Queen & Crescent to ilcioltors. cannot euro. Terms moderate lor a cure. A WW This Institution originally established as the De- Route rtiu through to Jacksonville and pen without attempting to pay a trib-ut- o j : S posit Hank of Stanford in 1S3S, then reorganised as New Orleans in 24 hours from CincinnaK CURES GUARANTEED 9 11 10 12 13 14 lf to the memory of the noblo heartthe National Hank ofStanlord In ista amlatcaln ti. reorganized as tho First National Hank of Stanford Wo treat and cure: EMISSIONS. 17 ed Christian, the devoted patriot, the 16 19 18 21 20 22 Theso fast trains nro of the finest type, In 1W. has had practically an uninterrupted exist, VAKICUUKIiK. SYl'HILIH. IJI.K.KT. CTIINvpttllP IMDfiTL'Vnl' ccnuci ' ence for 33 years, lt Is better supplied now wltL luxuriously fitted, ahd running on n peraccomplished commander of the 3rd 23 2(3 Hliliuiuiu..iyilini,.iuf, i.l. 24" l 25 27 28 ItEl-n- . 2i FRANK J. facilities for transacting business promptly aud lib- fect road-beDHAIK.S. UNNATI'ltAIi DISCHA11UA., C'hlcuffO. Kentucky, Col. Samuel McKeo. 44lft4JG.l E. II. BACON. erally than tovcr before in Its long and honorable t.S. KI I)M;Y ami 1ILA l)lli;il Ulmmt. ' 30 3J "Winter Tourist Low round-tritickets career. Accounts of individuals, fiduciaries, Urini I100KS CONSULTATION FItKK. In the midst of the dreadful clash of ijcuuviue. jn At on salo throughout thu North. ar.d Individuals solicited. FKRK. If unable to call, writo for . . rx lllmilllllllllllllUIIMIIIIItv'..' QUESTION ULANK for H03II: urras on Ul HBl 0l uecemoer in the ae- DIRXCTORS. An elegant service of Cafe, Parlor, and Circuit Judge Owen, of Daviess countlttlt ftt4t TREATMENT. .1. W. Haydcn, Stanford Observnuon Cars on these trains. DouF. Reld, Lincoln Co.; livo charge of h duties, Col. Me- - ty, has refused to allow $0,000 on depos . T " 8. II. Haughman, " S. T. Harris, ble daily train service Knnfnll. A n,tnnl 1,I1 M. it in tho name of a married woman in i T F. Hill, J. S.IIocker, " " W. A.'lrtbblo, ' W. I". Walton, " head near the right eye and ponotra- - a bank to be subjected to tho payment Write for information to W. C. Rlnearson, J.H.Colller.CrabOrchM M. J. Miller, Mt.Veruon. Oeu'I I'uss'r Au't. Cincinnati. O. ' tinS "Is brain, instantly summoned his of her husband's debts, under tho now 122 W. FOURTH STREET, M, D.Elmore, btanford. fiofld 10 rnntfl for ut.v Art wilnrswl Tt.l. tlnn t vuiuivu XJtkUU" v v.s,u orriciss 8PIrIt t0 th0 "better Und-CINCINNATI, O. : V law giving women certain property .' ' j. S.IIocker, President; J. J. Mciiolcrts Cashla aI g'pu ' Lookout Mountain nnd Chlcka-A- . ,M, AA A A I nmnrnwltli lnt.ll.r.hinl iu.nM ""vu rights. ..--- . rw..w.u Wlm AiiB 4.1 fw AiliB tKlW mm wauga, A. McKluney, AMlstantCashier. yTTy?T.yTtfff??f Stanford, Ky. the regiment which up to that time had been held In reserve was ordered totho When not ro paid SSS.CO will e charged. right of Its proper place to give Its aid In staying the tide of dofcat that was sveei)imr the right and the centre to destruction. It was Indeed a 'fearful 1 sight, and one which sent alarm to many a bravo heart, to sejj our disordered, terror stricken and beaten hosts falling KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. back without resistance and to hear the Trains leare Stanford at 7 10 a. ru. and i p. boom of the enemies thunder growing returning at i'ii p. m. and 9.03 p. m every moment moro distinct. But those KNOXVILLE DIVISION. who saw Col. McKeo at this moment 12 37 p m No. 24 Train going North noted no change in his manner as he 3 IS a ui " " No. 26 " 12 0piu quietly remarked to a friend, " South No. 23 " "It's an " " 127pm " No. 23 utter rout." Ho gave his commands Forallll'olnts. with as muchcoolness and precision as KO'JOlt TICKETS SOLD. HAUtiAUE CHECKED TIIHOUOU. he ever did on dress parade, and his For nnr Information enquire of lofty bearing and determined toues In spired his men with contldence that Agent, JOE S. RICE, -- sa rucu. yjcyi. in" a.d vvis'Cjc y TIP, Ml were developed by studies moro thorough than it is the privilege of most young men to enjoy, Col. McKeo seemed to be just entering upon n career of usefulness, which would link his nnmo with the true, good and great of his race. But a wise Providence had not so designed. The messenger of death camo when the brightest hopes of those who admired and loved him were on tho evo of realization and left them and amazed at tho ways of that Providence which are past finding out. Submissively let.us bow. sorrow-stricken KLONDYKe ! City. Right at homo for the right mnn. For Mile & PLUMBING, Oh Knob Lick pike, ncnr Shelby I'resl-den- t. mv lo.il ntul 1 tvil rinuU lu Stanford. K.V Call on DH. QLIFTON FOWLKK The finest opening for n young business SS ' mnn ever offered .MV son H wedded to tho KY., , L. & N. It. It. Co. mid the old imincmt't run mono. Lome mid sec mid lenrn nrlco ami Is now prepared to do nil kind qf Plumbing mid Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's I lt. It. NoKL. term. , ....... I IIUUI II...... VA UI I'HHR 111.. J.VIV(IIII1IU At the otllco of Noel v Son. near Doiot. 11l..nl. .'t.llIllFIII. !,... ltl.1,1. T.,1.. ..!..... .111 20, residence Shop on Mill St., oimslto J. My farm Is posted nnd I Intend to provo2l-- tf II. Ilauglimnn .V Co.S Mill cate each, nny nnd every person caught trespassing In nny war on nv premise. lb ape I)ei? 87 J. .:. .llirVE, Stanford. J. T. TINNING Jones, (TOIX-HOUS- R for SALE STANFORD, Timely Wnriilnjj' you ready featlperYouesT rjjl?fei L WAYNESBURG. Frauk Martin can't hold S P. Gooch a light to trade by any more, He just takes the cake. Mr. L. G. Gooch lost a very valuable youug mule a few dnys ago. He stuck a nail in Its foot. Messrs. Robert S. Lytic and Clay m -- ''' - J' i J"' J- -' VVOWo owus ccwsuesliocs. lom&KC Hunt, the hustling knights of the grip, paid this town a visit Wednesday. The roads in this vicinity, especially those that the mill company haul lumber over, are almost Impassable since we've had so much rain. Bro. Ira Partln was elected as pastor of tho church here for this year and the regular meeting will bo tho 1st Saturday in each month Instead of 2d. Tho railroad company has at last sent men here to begin the construction of the new depot, which has been so bad ly needed for so long aud work will be gin at onco. Uncle Harvey Floyd, who was sick, is better. Miss Ora Williams is visit ing at Kingsvllle. Miss Lola Caldwell begun a two months' school nt Ellison Monday. This Is her first otlort at teaching and hero's hoping that she may have unbounded success as school inarm. DO YOU LIKE A NICE BED- - ROOM SET Lincoln Circuit Court. Osborne llutchlus A: Hunt, pliilntlu. v. W. E. Ynrnou, Administrator, defendont. Notice to Creditors. Pursuant to an order of referenco In tliu iiIhivo styled case made nt tho Novomlrtr term 1M)7, of wild Court all persons having claims against tho estate of Margaret lllbli are directed to produce them to the Commissioner nt his otllcc In Stanford, Ky., on or before tho Hint day of January, lsu's, properly verllled as the law directs, and on or Iwrore that day tho Commissioner will hear and determined nny other questions rnlicd by tho order of reference mid all the parties lu Interest herein may Introduce proof beIn nny of tho natters fore sot out In the petition. 18US. lt. C. WAltltF.N. Com'r. Jan. 11th, FOR RENT. On my premises Jnn. 1, 189S, will rout to the highest bidder 170 Acres Lnntl to ho cultivated in Hemp mid Com. A. I). 81 Yowcll, Htistonville, Ky. A Word Make-moro'- .s Get you rShavcn mid Haircuts llarlior Shop. Ho U tho slickest nnd 0! best bnrbvr In Crab Orchard, Ky. T: You. at m ROBERT FISH, Tho crack bar tier, Is now back at his old Mtand in Mrs. Egbert' utore-rooready to mIuivo and haircut. All glvo you a first-claneeding work should call on hi in. Ho U sure to please you Crab OrchtitM, Ky. 03 A. C. SINE, w. B. LUMBBfij SASH T. SUTTON, RENTING SALE. AND DOORS, Thursday, Jan, mi akP LOUISVILLE' HOTEL NOTICE blue-gra- ss. flrt-clu- ss Com-inirvl- al ht (wr-o- ns . -- SHELTON, of o. -- J.G.JtfcCLAY one-thir- . heart-broke- n NOTICE Alcl'-obert-s lt BRIGHT'S DISEASE uuob-Bervabl- FIRE INSURANCE e. FMERHLX g, Mason Hotel first-clas- s. UNDERTAKER! Insuranoe Company PHILLIPS. Caledonian or Insurance CURED - H. RUPLEY, Gun and Smith., m MAHONYAgt., Bank&Trast Merchant Tailor, Fall sixty-fiv- TlaBil llMlf llWll PARAGUS DEK.&K. inlddlo-aircd Vintcr Penny's Drug Store, - d tank-Inlan- d Z'i'?:t''tb,i'f,ifo I 4ltif X ? -- XM"Mntnin!n!ninfcJ . . 1 T WV I www WECURE GLEET d UlK-hurec- 0 onrwwi I A. Kail-in- it 11 ..- W ViJ iJi yio fW Ik iVtN 24 HOURS ivl 2345078 I I I I I I ' I. A UU&UUUUl, ...... p tTTJ: ! ; !. G-ft- Kennedys Kergan rRa. I ! -. " e lu jSj,1'1"l l"i 'I II h . Hum sriwm.r I - inq.. ' w. lacxfcjn . rA..