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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898012501 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. n'T' m a.m "ti i "J I, y SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. ELDKIUOSKl'H UALLOU. HIS 02D CT.LKIMtATItlJ IIIIITIIUAY AND YKUSK. l'HAST IN Y nUSTONVILLE. Juno Rcid, who held ticket No. 38, Won the handsome feult of clothes d olT by Jerry Adams. Leslie M. Held is training sevoial bung tails which will soon be added to his brother'u already good string. T. J. Robinson and C. T. Uohon nrc back from Atlanta whore they sold two car loads of cotton mules at ?(!G. They report a dull market. ., tnliH t uuiiu u, IJiir.. us milieu a poriion oi.l i.uiu T. L. Cariwiiter's farm and moved to It. He couldn't stand the thought of being on the Casey line und to far from our town. The olllccrs of the Christian church will dechlo next Sunday ns to the call of the present pastor anothor ear Like the Chrlitlan church in your cit all t, so; "swoot harmony with this raf-lloI 1 1 INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25. 1893. LANCASTER Wanted, tho address of Bernard Ashley, formerly of Garrard county. The liscal court adjourned until Its regular April term, unless something transpires to justify a call besslon. The IC. O. T. M. aud the IC. of P. lodges have leased the Masonic Hall, over the National Bank, where they HF will n;eet in the futuro. On hunday Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Simp-soand Mr. and Mrs. Rice Benge drove to the Kentucky River. They report It at high water mark. Ourjoungmon will give a hop at Masonic hall on Wednesday night. Sa.vton will furnish the music and it promises to be an enjo.vuble event. Mr. R. C. Hamilton has bought of J AM l.i ( ILORFNCL j Mr. I. D. Currant the Bland farm, conIn t tr w Issue w sought to speed' taining about DO acres, three miles from to the part ig u'i'l now w cs-town on the new Danville toad, for tie in'iung !Met Mr. Flotence. ' will take charge of the Stanford who Mr. O. P. Stone has issltined to Mr. In a few days, N eminently A. D. Ford for tho benollt of his credi qualified for the duties, l) nature aud tors. Assets training, aud we are sure will plve about 83.o00. about S2.W0: liabilities Failure to collect out the puople a satisfactory service. He standing debts is said to be the cause. e is a man and has made a good Mr. James Dillon ha-- been to Harjob of it. Till he vi 17 years old he rodsburg visiting relatives Mr. J. W. worked on his father's farm in Nelson Miller wont to Sprlnirflold Sunday. county, where ho was born May 2o, Capt. F. J. White, the champion coin' ISM, when ho went on the L. & N. as a posltor, has boen ill for several dajs, bridge cut pe titer. Later lie rot a job but he is mproving. Dexter "Cyclone'' of running pump eutrines and in that Ballon, of Stanford, was over here one capacity came to Rowland In 1.S70, evening last week. where he ran an engine for seveiaj Col. W. S. Miller has returned to year, learning telegraphy the while ICnoxville, after a stay of several weeks aud becoming an operator in l.e"l at with hU jitnny friends here, who arc Rowland. He held thi position till always glad to see him. Mr. Henry ltfs3, when he was made a dispatcher Putterson has returned from Texas imand In 1SI was promoted lo chief, holdproved in health and personal appearing that office till 1SI0, when he letircd ance, ft must be a wonderful place on account of hand paralysis aud wont und he had better go again. to the L. C. G. A L. at Cumberland A violent gale blew here during SatGap where he held the same position, urday night, doing some damage to with much lighter work. He lemuined there till thu road was placed in the trees. It blew down several evergreens In the Cemetery nnd several trees in hands of a receiver and li's office contown. Many people were freightened, solidated. Returning to Stanford lie and bollevintr that wo were visited by a cywent into the mercantile clone. It seems that we have had the has made a decided succos of it. regular February Hoods and the March In H7.'. Nov. HI, he married Miss winds and are approaching April Emmu Davison, a sister of tho Conweather. gressman, and they had threcchildrci:, Burglars visited uncle Dave Best's two of whom, Albert B. and George hotel Saturday night. They entered Davison, aie living and about grown. Tho latter will bo 'his chief deputy and the kitchen through a window, broke a be assisted by Miss Lizzie Davison, a chest oiKMi and took some beef steak, a large cake and other edibles. The proslsior-indaof Mr. Florence. single-barrMr. Florence has made a success of prietor had an pistol loaded with nails and every thing his hand has found to do so far In life and it is not theicfore a vio- buckshot, but, as he did not hear them, lent assumption to sny that lie will he Is still alive. Two men, nnmed Milkeep up ills record in his new position. ler and Marrs, from Knoxville, have been here some time and circumstances Mrs. Mary McCain, who is in the point to them as the guilty parties, as Lexington Asylum from Madison, im- it U known that Miller wanted the pis agines she is a Queen and that she will tol as a curiosity and Marrs looked larger than usual, about the waist, on be crowned as soon as President Sunday morning. term expires. Marshal Walker and Deputy HamA postolllee has been established ut mond are dealing consternation among Vanhorn, Pulaski county, and S M. Vanhorn appointed postmaster aud at the owners of cows and hogs, which Weaver, Laurel county, with C. O. are found running at large. Such animals are put in the stray pen and the Cassool as postmaster. officers are ullowed a fee of 50 cents Mercer county has contracted to pay $7,ooJ 1(1 to keep Its turnpikes, of which oefore they aro released. Such an orall are free, in repairs for this year. dinance has existed here for years and Prices run from $1 to SO per rod ard the execution of it causes a surprise. It innkes a great difference though whose from $2 to 'J2.50 a mile for ditching. cow is put in tlie pen. Those who make The Pittsburg correspondent' of the Iventuckian says that Mr. aud Mrs. J. the most noise about other people's W. Bastln celebrated the 12th anniver- stock running at largo are always ready sary of their marriage last week by to tight if their stock is locked up. Tho spirit of anarchy which has mansetting a royal dinner to which a numifested itself In tollgate raids Is liable ber of their friends wero Invited. Tho Somerset Reporter is informed to show Itself In other things and, If that another paper will be started in permitted to go unchecked, prove destructive that town shortly. It will be issued stroying to our free Institutions by dethe right to hold property weekly and be Independent in politics, say whojwlll edit or pub- either in an individual or a corporate but it doesn't capacity. If people object to paying lish it. The Advocate reports sale of four for one thing they s may object to the of shares Boyle National Bank stock ut price others and, under the cover of darkness, issue their diabolical decrees $170. Luther B. Stodghlll was appointregulate tho price of all commodied official sleuograplier for the Boyle to ties. The notification sent to a supercourt. Clay Clement in "The New Dohi some part of the Stato threatminion" will bo at the Opera House toj visor ening to punish him if ho continued to morrow night, 2tith. ralso tho value of property shows too Tho Ml. Vernon Signal says that tho girl, who Is dying in a Lexington well where such a courso will lead. A bagnio after u romantic career, of detective forco should bo employed to bring such people to justice which we told last weok, is the daughSenator Farris was at ter of Allen Southern, of near Quail-th- and in a talk with him homo Saturday ho expressed county, und at one time went to tho opinion that the McChord railroad sjhool to Dr. E. J. Brown. bill, tho bill to break tho school book Miss MinnlOjDryc, tho accomplished combine and the bill to make tho pro daughter of Major I. M. Drye, and tho highly accomplished young postmaster posed changes In this Congressional at Bradfordsvillc, having recently be- district will all pass, as will other bills looking to tho general welfare. Ho come tho wife of Mr Edgar C. Lewis, also thinks that a proposed constitulias, at the request Senator William J. to that post tional amendment changing back to tho Doboc, been old system of voting will be submitted tlun under her married name of Mrs. and that counties will bo relieved from Minnie D. Lowls, und has qualified us paying for guards over property. Ho such. Lebanon Enterprise, is not u candidate for register of the Mr. H. F. Hillenuiyor reported land office, becauso ho expects the ofThursday the rulnfall for tho month of fice to bo abolished, and becauso his January to havo been 5.70 Inches, more vote will bo needed in tho next Legis. than twice tho amount of rain that fell laturo to help to elect a democratic U. in January 1S97. no further says that S. Sonator. As his nanna, I find no so much rain has not fallen since 1SS2, objection to the course which ho is when tho fall was 8.14 inches for the pursuing. Ho spoke of Mr. North, tho representative from Lincoln, as ono of month. Lexington Herald. Tho battle of Mill Sprlugs, where tho ablest, most useful and most influGen. ZolUcotTcr lost bis life, was fought ential members In tho Legislature. yi aro ago on tun 10. Mr. H. F. Succi, who recently completed his tells us that tho 10th was about such a day in regard to weather as the 04th public fust in Rome, has abstained ono upon which it was fought. Somer- from food in his performances for 2,500 days of his lifo nearly seven years. set Reporter. t I NO. 93 a One of tlio moat dollghtful surprise parties thnt bu been glvon In our neighborhood for a long time was- that Jit Elder Joseph Hulloii'a Friday. It was Mr. Hallou's 02d btrthday and IiIh ohlldrcn (letcrinlned to nuvko It a. inemorablc one for him. Several days before, Invitations were IkauoiI ton few of his church f rlondH to bo present, but not to mention It to him In meantime. The program was carried out to the letter and when he returned from town about half past '2 o'clock, he found himself In the presence of ulto a little crowd of gentlemen friends. "While awaiting his arrival, Khlor J.T. Sharrurtl was chosen poet for thu occasion and succeeded In (lushing oil the following linos commemorative of the r occasion, which were read at the table and ordered printed by a unanimous vote. The following gentlemen were present: Movers. J. S. HockiT, V. M. Hrlght, J. II. nrlght, - battle: Against i high Prices And Shoddy boods. Good Material, Fine Fit nnd Low Prices In the D.y. Call and see w. I aft'' u 1 Suits, Shirts, Shoes, Overcoats, llock. 1 u wel-cuii- n' i call oa or write to Miw. New pupils Huts Fine Underwear and MEKC1IANT TAILORS. Give us a trial THE GLOBE, ,,: 'J. L. ritOMMAN A: Co.. Danville. 51,-O'l- "Six Cups of Chooolato" will be rendered at tho Christian church, Feby. -- 31. under the manageinont of that talented elocutionist, Miss Mary Holmes Lusk. Some of our prettiest girls will J.W. Haydon, Win. Severuneo, Kldor Uike part. H. Mnhony, Joseph Severance, He v. Besides tihwlng down a lot of fencG. A. l'oyton, Kldor J. T. Sharrard and ing all over this spctlon, the wind SatA. A. Warren. After several hours urday night took oil" the greater por sMint In social converse they adjourned tion of the tin roof of Central Chris hoping to meet him next year In the tian College. It will cost $100 or more same way. The dinner wiw such as on- to repnlr the damages. ly our Lincoln count ladlus know' how Thomas Dalton, of your city, has to prepare. rented John S. Goodo's dwelling, formfollows: erly used us the Mr. Sharrard'n poem wa-aand will inove to It about Feb. 1, or sooner. He Dear friend and brother, Joe Hallou: We've gathered here to welcome you, Lwlll follow his trade of jeweler and will On this your natal day, likely be In C. W. Adams' store. You've the threescore line, my The horse Miss Viotorlu Bishop and friend, llule brother, Hawkins, wore driving And added two more years to epend ran away In town the other day and tho As (Soil shall ehow the way. occupants wore thrown out, but looking back " and "Just escaped unhurt. The buggy Along the pustV, dim misty track, You many changes see; looked like a C. S. freight had struck You've journeyed upanddown the land. lL And sowed good cod with genorous Madam Rumor says that a 3 oung genhand, tleman who lives only a short distance For harvuotH yet to be. from town on the Stanford piko will be You've fought your country's battles married in loss than a month to the acwoll, complished daughter of one of the On tented Held mid bursting eholl; most successful miller- - In Lincoln counNor fun red to face the foe; with the Spirit's glittering ty.Br many Armed more suns set an oillclent sword And strengthened by tho living word. young bink clerk not a thousand miles You'vo laid the foe man low. from here and the prettiest kind of a llule widow of our town will unite desWo wish for you that coming years tinies. The day has not yet been sot May bring more joy and fewer tears, As down life's ti III yon go: but the 1'resbyterian parsonage has May health and wealth with you be been routed and everything else is In found, readiness. And loving huurtn guard you around. Miss Margaret Bennett, who has From eery earthly woe. And may your friends who'ro gathered been music teacher at Christian Colhere lege for several years, will leave for Greet you again another year. her home at Circlovillc, O., this week, FIGUKKS INCOltWICT. where she will in a few wcoks wed Kid. COUNTS Kills Willis, of Henderson. Miss DANVIM.r.A IirsTONVIM.K IMKK COST Is vory jiopulnr here and she carCLAIM- KIVI! TIMICS TUB AMOUNT with her the good will and best ries BD l'KU MILK. wisha of a people who lovelier for lit r To tllP IMltuDM tUt) ITEHiH JOIHSttl. DANYIU.B, Jan. '22- .- I notice In your many noble traits. issue of the l!lst that the llscnl court James B. Cook has secured a position gives tho cost of keeping or repairing a- traveling salesman for Curry & Co., lluilonvlllu turnpiku wholesale grocers, of Harrodsburg. of the Danville In Lincoln county and makes a state- Miss Nellie Adams has matriculated at ment that tho expenditure por mile Caldwell College, Danville. Miss Kath-orin- c Raughmun is homo from college last year was ?.T2. 1 cannot see from what figured tho court based Us calcu- at Georgetown prettier than ever. Rub lation on, as I alone havo the books Hooker and Til Cook were up from aud the court did not call on me for Danville Saturday and Suudav. Cashier any figures, and thore Is no other one J. W. Hooker is about well again. from whom tlioy could obtain the exTho people of this end claim a depupenditures por mllo. The 7! miles In ty if Sheriff Owens tlnds that he needs Lincoln county cost from May 1, 'DtJ to another man aud his legion of friend8 May 1st, 1697, $16:1,53 nor mllo. From would llko to see Juno Reld, a sterling May 1st, 1807, to Jan. 22, lbOS, $127.i:i domocrut, appointed. It has been 10 per mile. If this statement Is doubted years since tho West, End, which furI can show to tho llcal court my books nishes the democratic majorities, and and vouchors 'which will verify my pays u big portion of tho taxes, has statement. Tho statement you pub- been toprcscuted in that capacity and lished lsmlsleadlng to tho public, and she thinks she is justly entitled to one I will be obliged to you if you will every decade at least. Think seriously make this correction. Respt., over this proposition. Mr. SherilT. J. din-no- post-olll- ce Stanford Female College. The bccond Sosloa of the Collegiate Year. 18970i will open 6 02a 3NCon.d.a,3r, Ta.aa.1a.ar3r entering at that time will dp received Into 2-4tla- ., l. self-mad- s the classei. Tor full Information Su'ri.EY ut tho College or write for catalogue. WILLIAM SHELTOV. PiiniincNT. 1898. Ye. We've Got to Give N1 lp s post-olllc- e, OMI AT PM8T J i i ) !! m j Ill y The mild winter has caused our btocU of coal to accumulate and wo will for tho next 10 das -- ell coaN of all kinds at M . I Jn MJ lxty-two,- fortu-nntel- y .., : .1 Iii order to reduce our stock. Now Is the time to buy while prices are low- er than you will find them again and you can haul jour coal while you are Idle I'ieuM. call at our vards and be convinced that the alxno N true Actual Cost I mm Y ij (! il J. mm aftH H. BA UCHMAN& CO. ti0 mdf m rm bu-ine- ss MaM hoAm bbAp mi i wAai v IV ? HA VE A i i w d, el lop For That Buckboard Have It put on while the weather K bad. Of Yours 1 Ron-no- tt Mc-Kinle- B. K. WEARBN 3l SON. t n - t $ .One more lot of ft iJ HandsomeOilPaintings To bo given away with ench 25c worth of B. T. Wo will give you a Babbit's Best Soap. handome plcturo worth 75c. B.ibbltt'a Soap sells siv cakes for and is thu best oap made. 25c, 4 )U tit Wm. Wakbbn, President and Treasurer. HIGGINS & 7BTKINNEY. 3IS RELIGIOUS READING. Row Grider's meeting at narbonr-vlll- o closed with 120 additions, among them IK) pupils of the College. Rov. C. W. Moller, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, St. Louis, says that dancing properly conducted is an aid to religion and lie joins with his members regularly in tripping tho "Tho Facts and Figures Company, of 17.", Dearborn street, Chicago," which has been working preachers by getting them to subscribe to a plan to furnish them statistics on any question at the shortest notice, has been denied tho ueo of tho malls, as as a franduleut concern. All tho Frankfort parsons got canght from $3.60 to ?o worth. The Confederate Association of bet on foot a movoment to establish a homo for old Confederate soldiers, and a bill will bo presented to tho Legislature seoklng Stato aid for tho Institution after it has been established and furnished by private subscriptions. Tho court of appeals rovoraed six out of seven cases Friday and the Louis-vlll- o Times suggcstB eithor that tho circuit judges are losing tholr grip on knowledge of tho law or that tho court of last resort Is urbitrurily exercising Its privilege of last guess. Tho B. M. Creel Co., of Louisville, will not pay over 25 cts., oa the 81. Kcn-tucky'has light fantastic. NEIGHBORING COUNTY NEWS. Mrs. Margaret Ingels has quit tho stage, without assigning any reason. According to tho treasurer's report it took 22,o00.22 to run tho government of Richmond last year. The grocery store of Bennett & Son at Grays, was entered by thieves and robbed of a large amount of goods. John Kmbry, who moved from Madison to Jackson county, was called to his door and assassinated the other night. Tho Lancaster Record says that Ernest G. Brown, its collector, stopped a funeral procession to collect a bill from one of tho mourners. Eight men wero more or less seriously Injured by the explosion of the boiler ut John Lay's grist mill near Painter, Pulaski county. W. C. Ridenor, aged 43. matriculated at tho public school in Corbln last weok. Six of his children attend the same school as their father. Squire W. E. Grubbs dresses Judge Prowltt down nicely in tho last Issue of the Danille Advocate for rofcrrlug to tho new .magistrates as 'greenhorns.' Mrs. Wyatt IC. Pearce, formerly of Garrurd, but later of Evergreen, La., died there last weok. Sho was a sister of Mr. T. T. Pollard, ono of Garrard county's best men. Hon. W. R. Ramsoy has accepted tho position aa lecturer on criminal law in Centre College, Danvlllo, which was recently tendered him by tho board of managers of that institution. v!.Ji,jiL'ii4)JllliJJ, TiRcrisriKZS.. JKyti Call and look at them, An immense line - probalhly the largcfctassortrnput ever in Stanford. i Zir)ct Steel, Gai?va5,Oval 1 i1 V t at Flat. H. Hi a Also tho celebratetl J. ItlcROBETRS. HigA Locust Hem Reg. Poland Cfiinas. Son of Klever's Model, No. 29,710. tho greatest breeding hog living, and HUNDLEY'S OLAUDE, No. 12,601, son of tho World's Columblau Champion. Claude, No. 11,007. Fine, toppy young boars ready for service. A few show gilts old enough to breed, and bredsowg la every respect, with a specialty, for sale, This stock Is strictly flrst-c- la te I 11 i Headed by U. S. MODEL, IJO. 38,353. pedigrees. Prices reasonable aud satisfaction guaranteed. Wrltoyour wants or coino and e my hogs. A few fresh Jersoy Cows for Bale. Thoy aro good ones. Also Mammoth Pekln Duck A. E. HUNDLEY, Do.x 195, Danville. Ky. Eggs, SI for 13. Si i Mc-Bea- th Aaron Willlama, a Fleming, N. C, brute, starved his wife and two children for two days because tho wife paid too much for a dress. When her father heard of tho treatment ho llred two ly it did not bullets Into his carcass but unfortunate kill him. At Greensboro. Ala., William Scott, murderer of the Singley family, was tried, convicted and sentenced to hang Feb. 25, all In two hours. Scott pleaded guilty and told of how he murdered Slngley, his wife and son, robbed the houso of $700 and lied. J. T nt I writing up a 'wedding party Editor Lovintr Gaines, of tlio Elkton Prog THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ress, savs the ushers wore white ties, and whlto kid gloves. As no reference is made to any further apparel, the inKy., Jan. 25. 189S terference is that the gentlemen were Stanford. rather sparingly clad oven for the warm January weather then prevail- W. P. WALTON. ,ng' IN - li i w U ! r i' n r-- n If The ravenous appetites of the hun gry hordo Is shown in the fact that there are 1,600 applicants on file In the Ily coming direct to tis. In addition to our regular bargains we hnve a few ttpo 2nd district collector's olfico for the cl tls to oiler this week. First lot is few places he can bestow. There is hardly a republican In the State that Is not anxious to sacrifice himself on the 3125 to 3127. 6 DO'Z. MEN'S HATS, public altar at so mnch per. Dan Holman bought of J. C. Hays 10 The standing army of the United States consists of 25,700 enlisted men yearlings at 813. 3 Which cost uh vl.25 to i'2 25 nach, which THE LEGISLATURE C. M. Jones sold In Atlanta 20 cotton and 2,143 officers. sale, go nt 25c this week. Second lot. a Third lot, j few dozen odd l'anls nt 75c Rosa Nora Hennessey, a literary mules at 350 round. Mr. Minor's bill to prevent ducks, dozen pairs of mines', boy' nnd men's was aucstcd on reports tho The Adair County News geese and turkeys from being driven woman of Lexington, shoes nt less than cost. mules for $185. sale of a pair of a charge of theft. along the highway was killed. Dr. J. B. Owsley sold In Columbus, Grover Cleveland has purchased 85 3 A bill to prohibit the making of any George Mosby contract or note payable In gold Is to acres near Princeton, N. J., to bo used Ga., a car load of cotton mules at 35S. THE great and only r Flnnuclcltc nnd f'nnton Flannel hnve n as a game preserve. There nre over 200,000 horses in tho in the House. Davison tells a Louisville Dispatch be presented y special i eduction this week. 111., was killed State, of Oregon. One county has A teacher near Alma, Lexington's long drawn out mayoralman that It Is uncertain whether he teachwill run for Congress again as he is a ty fight was decided by the court of ap- by two pupils who resented the Gloaks, Gapes, Thlrty-flvcattle were killed In a er's rules of decorum. victim of asthma, but If he should make peals' decision in favor of Slmrall. And Overcoats Two men wore killed and another fa wreck on the L., II. & St. L., near LouThe Sennte passed Mr. Goebel's bill the race there Is only one man In the and that is one making agents, employes and corpora- tally wounded In a bloody affray in isville. Secinl Sold without rcgaul to cost dtstrlct he would fear e of tho men is en led to our J. H. Wilson, of Eminence, sold last that but few people have overheard of, tions jointly responsible in suits for Fentress county, Tenn. line of Edward Shannon, aged 75, has been week In Atlanta, Ga., two car loads of Gibson, of Spencer county. But the damages. Mr. By a vote of 54 to 32. the House re- sentenced to hang at Whcaton, 111., for good mnles that averaged 305.50. boss is talking through hlshat.Gov. Miss Rltta, 2:05!, never wore a boot McCrcary is the man he most fears and fused to call the Lindsay resignation the murder of his wife. was given 10 years by a of any kind nnd never made a break In I. N. SentT Made to order, especln'ly thoto who have if he is nominated he will have the resolution from the committee and that occasion to grumble because n shirt U too will tlee at once settled its fate. jury at Ml. Sterling for killing Thom- her life, neither in her races nor in her asthma so bad that he short, too small, bosom too narrow or shot t work, says Hlckok, who trained her. Senator Hays Introduced a bill to as Kendal last August. to the mountains of Hepsldam anJ or bIccvh too short or long, Ac. Wc take Grecnberry Bright bought of C. C. We create the otlice of Assistant Common Miss Carusl, the noted harp player, mourn with the whang doodle. your measure nnd have $15 on our inside pocket which wealth's Attorney for the Louisville who had a thumb cut off by a trolley car, Withers 100 shocks of fodder at 18c and 400 of Mrs. Bettle Broaddus at 15c. He says he will never tackle Gov. district at a salary of 31,200, and the has sued the company for $75,000. Zoological Garden at Clncinnntl sold to George Wood 20 shouts at -- to. The . Legislature ought to loose no time in I.ook nt Can show you nearly 300 ctyles R. N. Ratllff, one of the most extenhas been placed in the hands of a rekilling it. ' nur samples. It is no trouble to show place in the Joe Bailey, from his sive mule dealers in Bath county, sold Gov. Bradley's friends say that, he ceiver. It is nearly 3100.000 In debt. them. House, stood up and in parliamentary will not make the Wiley fight a person Willis G. NnlT, postmaster of Green- - to Joe Phillips & Bro., of Lebanon, one terms called the Czar, whoso name is al matter, and that if the appointment castle, Ind., was found dead In a cis- - cur loud of choice yearling mules at , r . . . Reed and who sat upon his throne, a is not confirmed he will not remove W. tern. It is thought mat nc comiumeu 3S0. Crutchflcld Si Co. bought of T. W. liar. The Czar, after the Ohio fashion, K. Cardwell. steward of the Lexington suicide. T. I). HANKY, Mnnngor said "you're another" and the question Asylum, who is Mr. J. Morgan Chinn's Hutchison threo helfors at 310, throe 3 15,000,000 3 J percent, first mortThe of veracity was settled in the Czar's fa- father-in-lagage Illinois Central, St. Louis divis- butcher cattle of a German nt $12 and vor by his minions, who dare not call Mr, North's bill providing that spe- ion nnd terminal and Louisville bonds of various parties a lot of milk cows ut own. It is said that cial judges shall bo paid 85 per day out sold at 05. 315 to 820. their lives their At Louisville a new crop of hogs- Frankfort, got a there has been quite a bond of union of the salaries of resrular ludires, and Charles Taylor, at fSl V! between the Speaker and the Texan, also providing that in cases where the life sentence for the murder of Nellie head" of Clark county Burley was cold Sf .."rtfJS' o Friday at 322.50 a 100 pounds, the highbut lhi9 Incident is likely to intervene regular judges are compelled to leave j Stepp. On a former trial he was ?-:- vt& as an iceburg in their cordiality, unless est price received for new tobacco in bench, as when they are sworn off, tenced to hang. any market for many years. they go and fight it out. and then make they shall receive their pay was re-- . The fiscal court at Lexington ' a cork G. A. Swlnebroad sold to Gentry friends. to await the adoption of tho priated 3100 to buy David Boyd by accidental Bros., of Boyle, two horses for 8200, to Kentucky Statutes. All the members leg to replaco one lost Theodohe Jaco, the rich old fool, of ware In favor of the bill. Lnwronceburg parties 30 slop cattle nt shot at a registration. 73, who paid a firm of Indianapolis - marri Bombargcr was run over and 4c und bought In Whitley county u cur Writing of Mr. North's nntl Robert lawyers, to get hlra a young wife, now nrrr nf first, entmirn hill, the Honkins cattlo at nitoil liv n renin near Salem. O. His loud of plain 700 to realizes that of all fools the old fool is vlllo Kentucklan says: If the Legis- - ' father met tho same fate on the Identl-- . 3Jc. Is the biggest. They secured hlra an It said that John R. Gentry, 2:00, looking to the improvement cai spot a year previous to the day. girl, and the marriage was cel- lators are .. . . . - .. rt .nr..ftrwl i" has been leaped by his owner, L. G. .1.1.. ...l. uhkiiiih 01 tne next generation, wuy not pus u Afrcu uray, wane, wuu E. R. Bowne, ebrated in due and ancient custom a law prohibiting tho marriage of all rape a little colored girl near Lebanon,. Tewksbury, to Trainer bay tho com Ing few short months ago. Now the same y who will race the little persons who can not stand a sausiaeto- - Was captured at Danvuic, 111.. on a in firm of lawyers have brought suit for and establish wara 0f 8200 offered by Gov. Bradley, season and let him take his chances physical .examination divorce for the wife and alimony of classes. the a good moral character? Better leave ' Tho Connecticut Life Insurance Co. 310,000. As the old man "pays the McCluro it- Napier have bought some subject as it is now, and let xas confessed judgment for 31.100 on freight" no matter which way the cuso tho whole cattlo at 3Jo. 25 1,000 to 1. .1.1 1... "Dick" Tate, imlicv the welfare of theli thr look goes, it will be seen that the shy&ters fathers They will slop them at James' distille- rrrTh Flngur of fast RvKrlriire I'nlnU Straight w ItT TlKino So 3 own daughters. thereby admitting that the are playing a dead sure game. ry. They also bought some light catbuilding of Is dead. The now Natural Science In Toxas was tle ut 3c. Mr. McClure sold to Jesse The National Tribune, the organ of the Kentucky State College which cost A condemned ofmurderer just half an MeFadden a tunrc mule for $02.50. the pension thieves, publishes an open 330,000, was dedicated at Lexington granted a stay execution his execuJamos B, Gentry hus sold to Carroll for letter to Commissioner Evans, denying Friday night. The Legislature and hour before the time set dressed for B. Rold for 8i00 the good Ally, Oral, had been that the pension list is even tinctured State officials were present and tho pro- tion, and after he which has been In the hitter's stable with fraud, much less permeated, and gram included addresses by Prof. J. K. tho ordeal. won People coming out from tho Klondike since ho went South und which has Or-dcalls on him for certain explanations, Patterson, Gov. Bradley, State Senator number of rncos. She Is by Imp. food at of and apologies. As the paper seems to Bronston. Prof. J. M. Coulter and Col. country say there Is plenty und out of Gungcs 2d, by Hindoo. Is open- u W. C. P. Breckinrlde, besides a surap-- J Dawson to last till navigation be published solely In the Interest of W. R. Cook bought of Win. Popples Is aisooeciareu class, who are undeservingly feeding at tuous feast ut the College. The Legis- - ed. Government relief and others, of Lincoln, 20 shouts at 2J. the public trough, the commissioner ' 1 ituro was the guest of tho city, and it impracticable. Owsley bought of W. e The alarming increaso in the death-rat- County Attorney will doubtless consider the source and as usual, did itself proud. 10 shoals ut2. Dave owing to the "successful" opera- It. Cook, treat the effusion with silent contempt proves a Dudderur bought of E. W. Arnold his POLITICAL POINTS. tion of removing the stomach, place on Gilberts Creek, containing 38 The name of Roland B. Gelatt now The Ohio Legislative committee is vital utility of that organ not hereto- acres, for $1,400. Lancaster Record. adorns the rejuvenated and recon- carrying on its Investigations at Cin- - fore suspected. Lancaster Court. A good crowd Have the most approved structed Louisville Commercial as edit- cinnatl. Severe winds and gaies prevailed attended Lancaster court yesterday section of Ohio Sunday or and the way that paper is catching The democratic appellate convention over a largo struck Eastern Wiscon- and there was considerable demand for up and reaching a little ahead of the blizzard tho 150 or so cattle on the market. for tho third district, will be hold at and a procession is a caution. It recently sin, paralyzing railway and other traf- Yearling steers wero tho kind wanted July 5. Lebanon moved to Its new quarters on Market The democratic Congressional con- fic at Milwaukee. uuinisvniu, m,.... , and some extra good ones which were ...III.. xuuu., street and with a new outfit and better vention in the fourth district will bo Robert Akers, 01 nl told by the head brought close to 5c. A he was shoeing and good many sold as high us 4c. while 3J mechanical appliances, its appearance got mad ut a horse held at Lebanon Muy 4. And He.st Lino of Perfumes. Soaps and Toilet Articles on the Market. ear. The horse gave, to 3Jc was the ruling price for heifers. is as much improved as its contents, The Senate voted 41 to 25 to tako up b.t the animal's .. j....i, which are newsy, varied and interest- Mr. ict t.iinn und live of Aker's Butcher stuff was dull at II to2c. Plug Teller's resolution to pay govern, u jurrw ji. vtorn out. ing. horses und mules sold low. were Mr teeth ment bonds in gold and silver. Phnrles Merry, whose trial for uxor- Isaac W. Beck, of Brown county, Lindsay did not vote. somewhat of a local interest, Dars In tie L.an. Gov. John W. Griggs, of Now Jer- clde has O., who is hale und hearty at 01, says because of his capture in KoniucKy, HOUND TO SELL. he hus used tobucco constantly 'ever . sey, was nominated by tho President to was convicted at Chicago und his neck All those Oliver flows. ho was 15. But just consider how bo Attorney General to succeed Judge since All thee Clover Seed. ordered to be broken. All those Seed Sowers, much older he would be had he never McKcnnu, who was confirmed as Susoldiers have taken possesSpanish All those Harness, If you owe tho firr of Fnrrls & Hardin used the filthy stuff, said an innocent preme Judge. village of Esperanza, tho All those Steel Hunges, Desha Breckinridge has bought the sion oi tbe old man once when cxputiating on the All tliosu good, cheap suites of Furniture, headquarters of the rebel government. All you people remember mo. evils of the use of the weed and being interest of S. G. Boyle in the Lexingescaped, but the officials I). S. CARPENTER, Hustonville. ton Dally Herald. Tho latter will de- The Insurgent an example. confronted with such government buildings were burned. vote all his time now to his other pa! The Fayette fiscal court has apGorman leads in the vote for Sena- per, the American Stock Farm. as an cwpceial favor that you We don't like to sue nnd $4,000 to assist the local tor frdm Maryland, but as the republiSenator Spooner, of Wisconsin, has propriated Right ut homo for the right man. For sale in securing the cans have tho votes on him, they will introduced a resolution providing for lodges of Odd Fellows my Co.il und Feed 1'liitiln lo Stunford, Ky. ol the State Odd Fellows' Tho finest opening for u young business doubtless UBe them at the proper time the maintenance of tho present gold location Homo at Lex- man ever offered. My sou Is wedded to the to elect oneoof their party. McComas standard until the International bime- Widows' and Orphans' L. i!k N. K. U. Co. and tho old man can't run Cone up nnd Pay Like n Mnn. ington. Coinu and see and learn price and has the most of the votes now divided tallic agreement can be reached. of the sun alone. K. K. NOEL, terms. Calcutta tho eclipse At among several candidates and his Senator Allen denounced tho Secreall stations under most 1)1 At the olllco of Noel As Son, near I)cot. chances seem to bo the best. Ballot tary of the Interior as a poltroon and a was witnessed at favorable conditions. The weather ing will be resumed coward for dismissing Mrs. Roberts was perfect and the results most valuaDO YOU LIKE A NICE BEDThe editor of tho Mlddlcsboro News, from tho pension bureau on a covert ble. The totality at Buxar lasted H On the 8th day of December, lbUT, In the to er? you are ready charge to make room for a friend. Mrs. minutes. ROOM SET county of Lincoln, State of Kentucky, near who has never been further from home premise of HerTramps were given 30 minutes to O. K. jjostofllco and on thoone Copper Still, heard yet that Roberts was appointed through the Inthan Artemus, hasn't In autliuu oak and blrdseye maple. If no man Kaspereltfl. I seized leave the town of Ellzubethtown and Cup and Worm, und on tho day of Juno, we can give you the finest bedroom set4 Stanford has electric lights. As he fluence of Senator Beck. made, which we are offering this week at A Senator with his face slapj)cd by a falling to do so, the citizens rose up in 1MIT, .1. w.liUiyur, f;eur uujiui.y cuiim:- fevJSK ecems to revel in the bliss of ignorance low prices for those who are economically "II tor, turned over to mo by order of collector, an flLJ&N seized by him at on nearly all subjects, we shall not at- hotel clerk, u Congressman charged their wrath and administered Inclined. They are tho bext value for tho Single which an Illicit Barrel Shot Gun after money we have ever sold, und will tit up u distillery on Hutfalo creek In Owstempt the folly of trying to make him with whipping his wife, und a third ono 1 room to look neatly, while they aro as usepleading immunity from process in his the hobos stood not npon tho order of ley county. Ky., alsoby him ut un Illicit Winwise, even if we thought such effort disful and comfortable as the inoro expensive chester Rlllo, seized Fork", Harlan county, Ky., sets. was possible of accomplishment. ' Go efforts to avoid. payment of just debts, going. colored, died from tillery on Clover of Internal ruvenue laws. Lemuel Lewis, all for violation make up a trinity of incidents at Washto, thou ignoramus. s, given to IV. W. WITHERS. fright during the storm Suturday Notice Is hereby claiming any party, or to ington. Louisville Times. said property owning or and Munuel Ray, tile their notice of said claim with tho reA dispatch says that the Sheriffs of night. Mary Hackett Tho democratic Congressional 00m- Stanford, - - Kentucky. the col-rmlttn nlm.fnd Ronntfir Whlf. nf Pnll. 10 counties have not yet settled with also colored, fainted. Many of thought quired bond with mo within 110 daysforfrom sale this date, or same will lie advertised all&YVUS'to'm&ke liranch Store nnd Undertaking Outfit nt ..lilzens of Louisville fornla, chairman over Senator Cock-rel- l, the Auditor. If they are not heard J. M. OAKTEK, nccordlng to law. Deputy Collector Kth Col. Dlst.. fejewsuestioas. by the close vote of from during the next month suits will "tho judgment day" had come. Courof Missouri, Hustonville, Ky. 0:t Morelund, Ky. Jan. 25, 1608. bo instituted. The counties are Clay, ' 18 to 15. Na-tionol 10-ha- THERE is nothing so self evident as the fact that our election laws need improvement and greater safe guards thrown around the ballot. Wo have always opposed the secret ballot, but ai that can be changed only by constitutional enactment, which would require a long time to make, is hoped that the Legislature will make intelligence and the payment of n poll tax requisites to voting. The device ought to be abolished as It Is premium on ignorance and some plan ought to bo adopted whereby the appointment of the election offlcers would not devolve, on partisan judges who are often influenced by special local interests. The election law in Virginia is said to work well and it with the changes- that experience have demonstrated, should be considered and acted upon by the Legislature at once. Judge Thomas H. Hlnes, of Frankfort, for many years a member of the Kentucky court of appeals, and captain of n corapnny in Morgan's brigade, died Sunday. Famous In war nnd hon ored in peace he goes to his reward amid the tears and sorrow of those who knew of what splendid metal ho was made. The Florida bpocial on the Atlantic Elliott, Floyd, Hancock, Laurel, LetchMenifee. Hockcastlo and Coast Lino crashed Into a local, seven er, Martin, miles from Charleston, and caused a Breathitt. says terrible wreck. The accident was due A dispatch from Washington that the silver leaders have resolved to to the fact that the conductor's watch alput on the boards the drama "Curse of was half a mlutito slow Two are several Gold" and show It In the West nnd ready dead from wonuds and South. Senator Stewart predicts great others will die. The rainfall of Central Kentucky is success for it. President Gompors fa edu- n trifile over 50 Inches per year," says vors it. They think the play will of cate public sentiment as the "Uncle Mr. Hillenmoyer. "Tho number days on which rain or snow falls, about Tom's Cabin" play did. 110. The rainfall from year to year Is, NEWS NOTES. however, quite variable. Tho precipiBRIEF The Ohio is still rising at Cincinna tation in 1SS2 was U1.D2 Inches, while In IbW It was but 34.51 Inches. ti and a stage of 55 feet Is predicted. There was another bloody The Southern School of Osteopathy riot at Algiers Saturday. The Jew March 1. U tnhn located in Franklin ish quarter of tho oity was nttacked by grand jury The Shelby county a mob nnd many stores wore pillaged. for selling cocaine. Near New Albany, Mrs. Cotlman In tho fighting which resulted two gave her baby laudanum and then cut Christians were stabbed to death, while many others on both sides were her throat. badly wounded. Seventy-on- e shares of the First Bank at Elizabeth town sold at LAND AND STOCK. untl-Jew-Is- l lv.? iTmv.v i.'IVN .'.! r. 'WVufc 'Vrri Hvn i9(4i?A LayingThemOui We are still laying them out, down low Lower than ever before. Our price cut-tin- g on guncral merchandise is still in progrof 8 and yon cannot ronlire how low our goods nro going without seeing for h yourself. SaveTime and Money m FLANNELS. to-da- 1(3,-S0- 0. o dackets hnnd-sum- SHIRTS, Mc-Crear- y. r Guarantee A Fit. .... 1 The Louisville Store scn-th- ?rt:i appro-committ- J WHEN YOU WANT fc00-poun- d 1 I Prompt, Efficient And Satisfactory re-r- , free-for-a- ll - SERVICE. 00 1,100-poun- d PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 11 or Keep Your Skin Soft Craig 8 Rocker : FACE LOTONS, ! J I Trouble TO YOU You must Settle Your fleet, at Once. KLONDYfce Doit Force featyerYouesiJ 11 Us To Sue You to-da- y. Notioe To Claimants. th MARK HARDIN, - STANFORD. h 1 horsc-whlppln- g, par-tic- fi I ier-Journ- ! I'lilj wji'UJ nmnnwwfrMw """ Kgyy rr t'M "jt B Bt ?' J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- Lkt Danks ropnir that wntch. I Fini: viol In for sale. Danks, jeweler. Boy's Watch Free. For particu lars drop a postal card to The Advo cate, Danville, Ky. ,K Dr. C. Fowler tells us that ho sold Stanford, Ky., Jan. 25, 1S9S e LOOK at our new Hnons. nearest Shelby City, on Severance the fc Soiih. tho Knob Lick pike, In a day or two afE. C. Walton, Business Manaqkii. ter It was advertised, to Mr. Russell Coal at cost, Seo ad. J. H. Daugh- - for $.'100. It has e of land atman iS: Co. tached. m CASH PAID for life Insurance allAND now comes the Somerset ParaNew mattings and carpets, Sever- eles. Address V. S. Allen, V. O. Hox, 157, Danville, Ky. gon to compare telephone calls with us. aucc it Sons. Special or dlllleult prescription The exchange there had 422 In a day Pure Maplo Syrup and Buckwheat and tho editor uses up a quarter of a work !i.ay bo left to tie with the utmost confldi ncc. Penny's Drug Store. Flour at Warren & Shanks'. column to tell how the poor exchange tA' mm : v t& Farm products uikcn In exchango girl is worked. '''VI Thimble Lmts 3C PERSONAL GOSSIP. for coal. J. II. Baughman & Co. WHILE driving out tho Crab Orch Box soap, 3 cakes 5C 21 Miss Doi.i.ii: McIIoiikkts is visiting ard pike the other night a dog scared Men's good work shoes 1 00 Ten sugar mules, lino ones, and 4 tho maro Bledsoe Bailey in Richmond. und Ben Men's good dress shoes $1 00 E3 Ml Wearen were driving, causing her to Ernest Warren is now night copy year-ol- for sale. m J. B. Owsley. Lead pencil mm iii ic 1st at Rowland. We have a full stock of Falls Branch run. In some way ono of her hind legs Laundered percale shirt 25c :a Mr. Jerry G. Frith, of Brodhead, Coal now. J. II. Baughman & Co. got caught In a wheel and she was Hamburg oc thrown and thus stopped. It was ncc wa9 hero Friday. SM 25 cent Ladies' underwear 10c LOST, small Maltese cross, Knight cssary to cut tho wheel and ono of 1 50 cent Men's underwear . Miss Lucy 1'enninoton is visiting the 38c Templar charm. Liberal reward. J. B. shafts to extricate her and the rig was Miss Tevls Carpenter. 25 cent Wool hose nc 3 Owens. Mrs. E. J. Moherey, of Garrard, Is considerably used up besides. Tho S GO cent Wool hose 38c g visiting relatives hero. 'Jo cent Wool socks ARE SHANKS, a Stanford colored maro is badly hurt and it will take 15c m JOHN Hrioht, Jr., of Grays, came 10 cent Outing cloth veteran, has had his pension increased much care und attention to get her 7c down Friday to sou the homcfolks. well and sound again. 12$ cent Flannelette from id to S3. nc Mrs. H.N. Holler spent several New line of Hamburgs just received. Ktt Narrow Escape. Friday afternoon 3: days with friends at Lebanon Junction. You can get your laco eurtaius, win Pretty patterns and low prices. Come in m Mrs. Martha Severance wont to dow blinds, carpet and mattings for a horse attached to a buggy dashed and look at them. m fry? along Main Street to tho imminent peril Loulsvillo Friday to see her son, Sam. spring from Withers. m of people and vehicles, but missed them GavoerJ. Nevin Carter Is up Yoi'R account is now ready and wo all und running into Baughman's livgS from VanArsdall, Mercer county for a need tho money. Plenso call and set. ery stable would have killed Dr. Cliffew day. tlo. B. K. Wearen fc Son. ton Fowlor, had not Joo Williams, with MlSS I'EARL I3URNSIDE Is visiting risk to his own life, seized the reins of Misses Bessie and Jcnnio Uurnsldo In C. V. Gentry haB rented the the frelghtened unimal and jerked him Garrard. House of W. II. Traylor nnd to the Iloor. The doctor was saved, JOE F. Waters organized a lodge of will take charge in a few days. Mr but John Snced was knocked down und Maccabccd at Hurgin Saturday ntgh't Dal ton and wife will move to IJuston-vlllhuil a little. Struniro to sav nothlntr with 25 members. wa broken about tho buggy nor was John Thomas, the Utile son of J. II. tin-- horso In the least injured. He beBank Stock. Dr. II. P. Boslcy, of McAllster, has been very 111 of pneuDanville, who bought some slock in tho longs to Little Sam Embry und started monia, but is bettor. Mr. William Morelano and funiN Farmers Bank A-- Trust Co., of II. C. from Wallace's shoo in his mad dash. ly have moved Into Miss Julia Higglns' Baughman some time ago, bought of The rain fall here for tho 21 hours Mayor J. N. Moncfco three more shares ending Sunday hotibO on Danville street. morning was ubout 4 Mrs. J. II. TL'CKKK took Miss Uirdto at $103. inches, more than fell from July 1 to Bluo-graSeed and Boar. Peters, who makus her homo with hor, 100 bushels M ripped A son Jan. 1 last. It camo In torrents and ecd nnd Skull Cracked. PoPind China loar for sale. to the college at nurnsido Friday. of Joe Sallec, of Ilarrodsburg, had his did a great deal of damnge In this and extra A W. CARPENTER, Mllledgevllle. Dr. L. I). COOK and Mr. J. II. Owens slum fnu'turod by a bullet from pipe other parts of the State. Saturday wont to Ilarrodsburg Saturday to sue which had been loaded by his play- night the wind blew llcrcely for eight Loss Satisfactorily Adjusted And Uon&y Mrs. W. II. McKinuuy, who Is better. mates and which was sot oil by a fuo or 10 hours and that also did much McDowkll, of Porrj-vlll- by them. Miss Pattie damage. The tops of a number of AT. camo up Sunday to take the KmI chimneys around wcro taken oil, one of Promptly Paid, tlon of govorness at M. S. liaughman's. FEIIRUARY 1st is K)sltlvely tho last tho plate glass windows in Warren & MISS Katk Dea.lky, who has boon day of grace for thoc who owe us and Shanks' store which had been cracked, ItoYANThVIM.K, Kv visiting hor cousin. Miss Johnson, in all accounts not wild by that date will wus shattered, und others, including To the Members of tho Kentucky Cirowi-rs- ' Insurance Co., and to Whom it May ConLuxlugton, returned home yesterday. be placed in the hands of an olllcor for the editor, had window glass broken. cern: H. Doi'tJLAS, of Corbin, collection. This moans you, if you owe It was a fearful night und the wonder CAIT. J. Owing to tho manv Inquiries relative to Is that more damage was not done. So was on ytorday's train on route to us anything. Fnrrls & Hardin. tho loss of my dwelling by lire, I wish to sav m mm KY. far this month about 10 Inches of rain for tho beiietlt of those Interested, that the Lebanon, to moot with his command-ory- . J. T. Sutton, one of tho big stock- have fallon, which Is tho hcavlost pre- amount duo mo under mv policy In caso of a Slender Purses Don't Fear This Store. Forehand Buying will save totnl loss was determined when I mado Miholders of the Hustouvillo & Greon you more in one year than painful pinching will in five. We are Mr. Isaac Hamilton, who was River Valley Telephone Co., tells us cipitation for many years. Yesterday sapplication and as shown bv my policy. Owwas the first clour day for a long time ing to my absence In Virginia my Ions was thrown from his horse and considerably that the company Is contemplating not cortllled by Mr. and as the now moon appeared Sunday, Chairman of Garrard G. T. lllgglnbotliam. is up and all right hurt last weok, board, to the tho lino from this place to Crab It Is lo hoped she will change the or- company for payment coutitv Nov. 22d, and until again. In loss than sixty days thereafter I received Orchard in the near future. der of things. Tint governor has nppolntud Judge tho entire amount Insured for. Kor solven- You can't feel poor when you see our goods and prices, for little Wliow ! Worse again and more of cy and cheapness every farmer should money does the businees here. A FORCK of J. W. Alcorn a dologato to the South mon Is working our company before Insuring elcw hero. and West Commercial Congress, whioh on tho telephone lino betwooii this it. As we llnlsh writing the above a Yours truly, N. Nok. Dress Goods were Si, now 72 Cts. CLOTHING- - No strings on place and Danville and tho polos huvo dispatch comes that after threatening muots at Tu.npa, Flu., Fob. 3. The nlxivw speaks for Itself and tho-- e de' 75, now 49 " this line useless to give prices. if will rain Tuesday siring protection to their proportv agaliM Mr. Liion K. I Junta, of Hurral boon put up noarly half tho way. In a weather " " " 50, now 39 " Come, touch and take as you will and be warmer. Good Lord deliver us. tire, lightning and wind at a prlco'ln accord burg, agont for tiiu Ullckonsderfur few more days wo can "hello" to with tliocixtof carrying It. should confer " " 40, now 29 " be pleased. Pants, all wool S2, " with I). W. Dunn, Danville, solicitor for was horo Saturday and sold the great and only "Little Britain." MATRIMONIAL. " Hoylo county. Josso Dotv, Hvattnvllle, so.. and 25, now 19 " now S 1. 25; Jeans Pants, 75c now of the oxcellunt little machines. "30 licitor for G.irrard county. II. V. Ilauglimnii, A TELEGRAM received by relatives There wore 2.'l,000 marriage llconsos .Stanford. 1. II. ICondall. General Manager, Standard Calicoes, 4c, Ginghams, 50c; Jeans Pants, Si, now O. McALlSTKR, of Ore, Mo., in re- J. Lexington, Ky. 4)4 and 5c Pants, Si 2?, now98c; Jeans 'mining for his paper, says ho expects here Sundav suited that Mark, the granted in Indiana last year and :i,0S0 CgyCuton all Domestics d son of Mr. and Mrs. T. divorces. Pants, Si 50, now St. to spend the rest of his days In his A young wife eloped from Parkers-burg- , adopted State, whioh lie likes next to M. Thatcher, of Somerset, had died of SHOES. See our Si sho- -, re- MILLINERY AND LADIES' typhoid fevor and that his burial would W. Va., with a d ills mother, Kentucky. duced from Si. 50. Reduction on WRAPS. i win sen nt my reIdenco veteran of the civil war. situated mile Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mkrlmkk and tako place there yesterday afternoon. irom urcliurd. on tho Crab Oivhard & all of our shoes including Drew, These must go, can't carry them A policeman at St. Louis was shot tho baby have movuJ down from LivLancaster pike at 10 .v m , Burned the Clothes. Herbert, and perhaps fatally woundod by his JAN. 27, 'Us, as follows; on THl'RSDA V, Selby & Co., Rockland, Smith & over, theiefore will be sold regardFive Hiorthorn ingston and are boarding at J. 11. Stoughton and Russell & Son. less of value. Cons, good son of Mr. O. P. sweetheart, who then sent a bullet old Polled grade and all bred, 1 1 Mr. M. is working second trick thu Aberdeen Angus Hull, struck a mateh in the wardrobe through hor brain. , 21 shouts, :i bred sows, steer, 7 calve-Watch that Bargain Counter, for they are good things that must bid in the dispatcher's otliee. A Missouri man, on his way homo to thoroughbred Poland China Hoar, uncut too MRS. T. D. Ewmnu, who went to Ar- at homo and set all the clothes all re. farewell to space and lead lives of usefulness wherever placed. barrels of com. Everything put up will bo kansas to attend tho bedside of hor It was discovered in time to save the moot his wife, with whom ho was about sold, jiosltlvely no by bidding. Term slok brother, returned home Friday. house, but wearing apparel is etiort at to become reconciled, was cut to pieces credit of 10 Sums under $10, cash; over 510, a months, with good negotiable by a train in Kansas died before her arrival Mr. Hulfuian's now. Tim brother note beforo any t ilng Is removed. Miss Theodooiu Leavcll, of Garrard, ADAM R1CHKRT, Crab Orchnrd. and hur uncle, who was also slok, came HELD. Deputy Collector J. M. Car-to- r and Mr. Matt Curry Mayes, of Washnear dying. tells us that Herman Kasperelte, 9 ! SUCCESSOR TO J. B. HIGGINS, Mrs. W.m. Hamilton accompanied who was captured when his illicit dis- ington county, will marry on the 2Sth, Mrn. John Ilamll. tillery near O. K. was seized, was held nt the bride's homo at Bryantsviiio her mother-in-law- . Of Thoroughbred s'tock. Miss Vida Ablos, a pretty girl of Lexington yesterday on by tho commissioner at Mt. Vernon to ton, as far I will at my farm hor way to Ontario, Canada, she hav- the U. S. court and failing to give tho Thorpe, Tenn., wont to Paducah in from Stanford to Crabon tho piko lending Orchard, a miles fiom search of a husband. Capt. John Win Crab Orchard ing been called homo by the illness of 8.00 ball was committed to jail. and 7 from Stanford, on a river pilot, agreed to marry he fre., her husband, Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 1898, Agricultural Implements Also agent for the Deering Binders, MowMrs. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanpresident of the Hustonvlllo & und did so. Tin: Dr. Alex Shiveley, aged (II, and Mis tell to tho highest bidder tho ford, was the guest of Mrs. J. II. Par- Stanford pike, J. F. Cash, proposed to ers and Rakes Also apent lor the Repairs for the above following deker during thu medical meeting. Miss committee yesterday that If they would Annie Miller, 22, were married at scribed property, commencing at 10 o'clock machines. Will be glad to have those who Clinton. Jr.. a jack, Frances Steele, of Ilu&tonville, has ar- guarantee the pay, ho would accept the Campbcllsvlllo. It Is said that tho black, 15J4 hands, long and rangy, beautiful think of buying to see my stock lino stylo rived to attend tho select school here, otTor of iCOO a mile for his road, but ho groom was the llrst person to look upon and action; has proven a good breeder. He was sired by Clinton, he by Heecher, ho by USsTID of which Prof. Julian Is president. GKET1 was not willing to tako bonds with u the bride when sho was born. Prince 2nd, lie by 1st, imported by Miss Tabu Campbell, of Pike county, Adams & Alford. Prince line Jennet owi.ed Dam, Corbin News. cloud on thoir validity. If payment Agent for HNsell Chilled Plows; tho most improved chill plow. Orders takou for Coal Allen Mrs. D. P. Hall, who is ablo to go could not bo mado at once he will ac- hung herself because hor sweetheart, byPrince, .V Heaty, of Clinton Co. years old, from T. L. Sholton'g Coal Yard. beautiful black Jack, 4 Ben Borden, deserted her. In u nolo out after a seige with a couple of brok- cept tho amount payable at a date in HH hands, lino style and action. Sired by en ribs, asks us to say that Lancaster the future with six per cent, interest, to her father sho wrote: "I die for tho Joo Hlackburu, Jr., he by Joo Hlackburn, ho by I'rlnco 3rd, ho by Prince 2d, ho by Prince street Is inhabited by the best people but ho wants an absolute guarantee love of Ben and no ono else." 1st, Imported by Adams Si Alford. D. Shaw, of Now York, met Mr. W. Tom, lino black jack. II years, old, 15 hands she over lived among. Her uoighbord that he will get his money. Miss Mary Corman, of Woodford, Dec. and of lino stylo and action. Sired by Joe not only nursed, but fed hor upon thu Fifty A Day. Wo wore never as 11 last. It was a case of lovo at llrst Hlackburn. ofSee his pedigree above. is a bl'k Tho dam tho above three jacks fat of tho land. a Hue individual, ownMrs. Eliza Lackey, mothorof Mrs. much surprised as when a saloon keep sight, ho proposed the same night und Jennet.Li.15I).hands andCrab Orchnrd. by Garner. er hero told us that his sales average was accepted and laBt Thursday they edHowllug Green, Jr.. beautiful black jack, The The John W. Rout, Is wearing u ring which Room. 4 yearn. 10 hands und lino. Colt of M. S. has not been on" of her linger for GO between $1" and $17 a day. As there wero married. Mow Carpets nnd Mattings In You will want Towels for the L Rev. T. DoWltt Tulmuge, tho noted Haughmun's Imp. Howling Green. years. It was a heavy gold ring when aro three bar rooms In tho town proper the roll. In addition to these wo Bath Boom. Buy at the beginThree Jennets with colts, all divino of Washington, D. C, and Mrs. In lino trim. Lot of O. I. C. well bred and have samples rcprcbonting u ning of tho vear whilo we aro Hogs, males presented by her first husband, but it and counting that thoy soil as much, it and females, and many other things. hundred thousand dollar stock. ofl'ering special inducements in lias worn until it Is not much larger will bo seen that $50 a day is spent in Eloro McCutcheon Collier, of AllegheTeuvis. Sums 520 aud under cash; over a We can furnish you the carpets these goods. Hero. Less tnan nan a ny City, Pa., wero married at Pitts- credit of 12 months, with good negotiable intoxicants than u small wlru. made nnd put down nt less than note PHIL Soden, who has been running mile from town limits are two other sa- burg. She ia his third wifo nnd Is tho must bearing 0 per cent. Interest. Terms city retail prices. There has been be complied with Iniforo property Is an advance of fie and 10c per of tho L. fc loons. Supposo they soil together $25 daughtor of a rich iron maker. an engine on this division removed. .MRS. N. A. GARNFlR. The Bed Ro om. Henry Brown, a Midway Ky., jewelyard on ninny goods since we J. 1. Chandler, Auc'r. Crab Orchard, Ky. years, has been given u a day, thut would make $75 spent lc N. for bought advertised for a wife and a young better run thut of a fast mall between this vicinity for that which could have er, LESSONS IN You can save time and money lady at Canton, O., unswercd. A liveby buying your Sheetings of us. Loulsvillo and Nashvlllo. His legion us easily been done without. Room. In addition to Sheeting by yard ly correspondence ensued, followed up Physical Culture And Vocal Expression. of friends along this lino will miss genR. R. Wreck. M. F. Elkin, who lutcr with a proposal. Tucsduy they Brand new line Smyrna and we have plain and hemstitched Phil, but will bo glad yaw tho wreck at Burgin, tolls us that ial, y Moquutte Rugs. We bell Laco sheets at a little more than tho met for tho llrst timo at Winchester, to know that ho has a better job. No. 4, tho fust train from tho South, run whero thoy wore mado one. Nora Murphy Goodknight, Curtains and I'ortierres cheaper material costs. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter into an open switch about 4 o'clock than any one Let us show you After Photographer Mueller, of Cin- At Mrs. E. L. Rhlneheart'b residence oim-slt- o these and save you money have reasons to be proud of their two Sunday morning. Tho engine jumped Dr. W. 11. O'Hannou's. cinnati, and his sweatheart, Lulu Mrs. Goodknight has studied says at the Chris- the truck und plunged into u bank of boys. Tho Advocuto Kitchen. Frunkhouse, had taken poison to end and been trained In tho Art of the science Vocal ExDining Room. tian church in Danville tho night of dirt ubout 40 feet away and turned half In tho best schools of Oratoiy In their woes over their Inability to bo pression You never had to many too Jan. lb, liryun uoya uarpenter car- over. The ilreman jumped, but tho married, tho man becamo so horrified Huston where tho subject Is more thoroughMoney taved is money made, Dish Towels Have them all ly studied and better taught than elseried oil the prize for best speller over engineer held to his throttle. Several less prices and qualities. Half Linis at old adage, 'tis none the at tho convulsions of tho girl that ho where la Europe or America. l.'i yearn of age, while J. Turner Cartrue on account of ago. Post en Crash, 5c; all Linen Crash at No matter what tho vocation in life uvery curs wcro piled up poll moll und ran for assistance, and both wero saved. yourself on what the new tairfl 7 jc Extra wide all linen crash ono needs this the most lmortant as well penter was second best in the test un- wrecked, but strunge to say none of the as tho most useful of all Arts. Mrs. Goodwill do for linens and then com e at lOo der l.'l. About 50 contestants wcro in (15 passengers was hurt. The pecunThe Mississippi river has risen 23 knight gives special attention to the trainand let us save you money. ono and 20 In tho other. Both winners iary damages uro reckoned at $25,000. feet in thu past 10 days, and is still ing of teachers, lawyers and preachers. Lessons from 8 A. M. till 4 p. m. on Tues SfWe can furnish your house from Garret to Ccllar.1fit wcro from Miss Reed's school. Tho report cumo here Sunday thut 10 crawling up. .All tho small tributary days, Thursdays and Saturdays. Kor fur 5 titer Information call on or address Mrs. O. persons were killed and ascoro or more streams have broken their banks. during abovo LOCAL MATTERS, specified nt in danger and soveral .heart's. At other timeshours herMrs. Rhino- wpunded and caused much excitement Small levcea sro at home ono I mllo from o on Danville pike. 80 l and anxioty. glvou away. have Danks Uts spectacles. toll-hous- Ni:v wall paper, cheap at Wlthors'. " m mm - PRICESTHATTELL fiWj?g one-acr- m mi K .'1 d m I WM&mm$Mw& 1 Car-IKMit- cr o. . W. H. SHANKS. bluo-grass ss 11 Great Slaughter Sale The SECOVO WEEK OF THE ! c, Ckies Wheeler Emporium. . HUSTONVILLe, Making it Hot for Hard Times. .'10-o- con-sld- er to-nig- tyio-wrltu- r, so-oral 75c-Jean- s olght-year-ol- ono-armo- one-logge- PUBLiG SA LB. 1 1 "a Orn-ilorlT- V HulT-ma- n, 92-- 2t XX. PUBLIC SALE D. BRIGHT X a-- ) ... m m Buggies, Carriages, Blackboards, Farm Wagons, X v JLT i X PRICES. $mmamsmtmmm$mm,g8m housekeepers Supplies Parlor. Bath i 20-od- d The Sitting big-heart- The court-hous- i SEVERANCE A SOWS. Ig&Sgg$3&g3&Hlj 'a tl,a-t- f "!, WALTER FORRESTER'S LETTER. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Frankfort, Jan. 21. The free silver democracy is running this Legislature In n manner to challenge universal admiration. Of cour.--o it is too car-l- v o."bllsli.od"3'VAoaAa.3ro.a,M.4xl4a-vto form an estimate of what is going AT- to ha done, but so far the session has S2 1JCll"VJClt IX sX VVXCIC been distinguished by conservatism, o charged mm- - When not no pafa SC2. CO will gentlemanly conduct, and n, degree of dignified courtesy to the republican chief cxccutlvo that marks this body as a broader and more than the last. TIME Senators and representatives are all trying to servo their Stato and party. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. They may get on the wrong traik p in and they may go wild, but so far there .Stanford at 7 JO a. m. and Trains leave returnlug at '. 25 p ni ami 9 03 p. m Is no occasion for alarm. KNQXVILLE DIVISION. The majority of the general assemChi...12 37 p m bly is democratic according to the .. No. 24 Train going North ... 3 13 a lit cago platform and this majority is de' 23 " " No. ...12 01 p m " South No. 25 ' ... 27 p iu termined to gain every possible politi No. 2.1 For altl Points. cal advantage, out aside from Louis RO'JUH T10KCTS SOLD. ville affairs tlferc seems to be no feelUAC.'IAOE CHECKED THUOUOH. ing of animosity. For any Information enquire ol Tho trouble about Louisville is that JOE S. P.1CE, Agent, some of her best people have been btantord, Ky. thinking und saying that these sllvor FRANKFORT AID OINCINrtAT democrats arc all anarchists and the OEOKOtTOWN. VIA like. That is all wrong. These silver- p. M. A.M Ites as wo all know now are a lot of A. M. . M. Arl2M 200 Jjve. Somerset, 35 Kcntucklans " 1131 820 " Jet. City, 315 C30 450 Arr (teorKetoTn, Lt 9S5 05 300 who declare openly that they are for " C30 " Franktort, 20 1155 o while Hunter and Deboo 3 30 free silver iO 5 10 Arr laris were se and a lot of lessor Dally except bunday C. D.UEECAW.G.F, A. to no tne cretly pledging themselves same thing. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Even the JdcKlnley administration Trains pts Junction City as followsgold 51 p m is drifting away from the "single No.4 South .. . 12 02 p in No. 2 North....3 8 21 a ui am " 4 " No. a " ....!.' standard." And I make bold to pre " 6 " No. 5 " ....lHUm "10 " ......132 pm dict COO am 20 pm No. 9 " that tho people of Kentucky will No and 2lo not stop 9 and 10 run no further vote the free silver democratic ticKct than Junction tily in nreference to a republican ticket that repudiates all the past professions Royal makes the food pure, of the party. Kcntucklans prefer pub- wholesome n& delicious. He servants who are outspoken In their declarations. I would suggest if you please that Gov. Bradlov and the Hon. A. b. Wil son, of Louisville, are the only repub licans in Kentucky who have been prominent in recent political events, ' who have not cheerfully surrendered their political professions for pie or tho promise of pie. And that Is why the democrats treat them with respect. And so now we poor but honest newspaper people must worry along without any thing sensational In public atiairs. self-respecti- SHERIFFS S0LE FOR TAXES. STATE AND COUNTY. Smith, Jns. 100 acres '00-Speigle. Jncob 123 ncres '97 Smith, W M 43 acres '97 Snillh, J. K 50 acres '97 Smith, Monroe 15 acres ,97 Tubbs, U. S. 125 acres '97 Trobridge, Mrs Bcttio 130 acres 7 8 45 3 55 2 40 2 25 1 Jones, TINNING J. T. STANFORD. TOLL-HOUS- E for SALE 8S On & PLUMBING, Call Knoli Lick nlke. nenr Phclbv City. on DK CIjIKTOX FOWLEIt I'resi- - 90-- 7 Bal 7 M8MI Ml 1 open-hearte- d, out-spok- pic-hunte- rs - "J 1 mi POWDER ht &aWn Absolutely Pure WALTER FORRESTER. ROYAL BAKING POADCR CO., YORK. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, -- Stanford, Ky. OflloooTer McltoberU' Drus: Store in thel'Owsley I!iill.llnr Si) Ng PILLS XEEUTIIOISISDSOF Hov Are Your Kidneys? UK. HUBBS M SPARA6US KIDNEY tm fi't nnnni it They cure bv huftllnir th Klrinpvi and the llloo-- l from Uric Acid and other Impurities a They Cure JlheumutUm, Jlavkaclie JNeural-Bl- rvsvn Weak " f Backs. lti1 MATT A'CUIUIU If KtMillCf CIVI MT l.nWA twir DtiffaplMr rt'WVt JHubotc. Jlropay, lJluUilcr Troubles 1 Ii1 rmtVllA. pains III my back and loins for several years and after taking one box of your Sparagus Kidney PHIt can say I am entirely recovered. I IhfnkyourSparairus Kidney Pill Is one of the greatest kidney remedies of the ace. and it elves me great pleasure to recommend It." Will H. Bennett, Prospect, Ky. "The pills you refer to were for Mrs. Mar. earet Griffin, my wife. They have cured her, cannot lud she has homo of the pills left. We Kidney speak too highly of your Sparagus Pills." Willis Ghiffin, Mt. Vernon, Ky. PARAGUS Kidney Pills. Flit CALE AT Penny's Drug Store, STANTORI) ICY., !4fttf4rt!fJtf!ttlTtlf4ttlfw r f ip t i cf f ! f r ! x ; ;uyiytiynyrirw3ytpi3yy H . THE POPULAR ttrikifctfr: Jonquils and buttercups springing out of the ground, grass growing the winter through In meadow ana pasture, buds swelling, days of summer heat in April Hoods In January, storms Instead of snow storms, thunder all these aro signs of an early spring, or an indication that February freezes will play havoc with fruit and crop. Not for six weeks to come will tho danger line be passed, and the coal seller enter upon his annual transmogrification into the ice man. Glasgow News. i A pretty young, who is in the government employ at Washington, call ed on u Cabinet olllcer to ask for a place for u friend. The grave and dignified head of the department looked at her and said: "My dear young lady, I am afraid I can not do what you ask, al though your big brown eyes" "Then the ayes have it," quick as a Hash the young lady said. And she got what she requested. Here's something to think about: A mnn owed SI and had but 75 cents. He went to a pawnbroker and pawned the 75 cents for 50 cents, ile met a irienu and sold him the pawn ticket calling for 75 cents, for GO cents. He thus hail two 50 cent pieces, 81 in fact, with which he paid the debt. Was any body out and how much ? A Geortrla editor makes this bid for newspa' nubile favor: "Get a first-claper while ypu aro about It. Our con temporary, over the way, keeps tms notice at tho head of his journal: 'En as second-clas-s tered at the You don't want that kind of matter.' a newspaper, do you?" Atlanta Constitution. John Abt, of Lynbrook, L. I., was the rlsht kind of a man as far as pay- ing his debts was concerned. The day I he suicided he got a clear receipt from everyone ne oweu unu iuii oiuv iu his burial expenses. aid-winte- r, Walls, Mrs. Margarite 23 acre '0U-Wheeler. John W. 127 acres '07 Waters, Mvs. Elizabeth SO acres '97 Woods, Mrs. Sarah D 39 ncres '97 Woods, John B. 2 acre '97 1S0S. between tho hours of 0 a. ru. and 4 91 acres '90 7 e door in Stan- White, R. L p. m , at the Ward. Mrs. R. 124 acres '97 ford. Lincoln county, Ky.. I will expose Wndkins' Mrs. Sarah heirs 0 acres to tho highest bidder for cash In hand to '90-- 7 pay the Stale and County Taxes for the HUSTONVILLE. NO.4. years shown opposite tho names, the WHITE. property, or so much thereof ns may bo necessary to pay said taxes. This Benedict, M W. 30 uciom '97 week for ii. ...m i... miliiuhpil once a dNappenr Benedict's heirs 00 acres '97 and tho names will Cannon's Buck heirs S ncres '97 four weeks . . i t.i Coinmrader, John 27 acres '97 soon as the tax ami cost nru pam. v, as 30 ncres '97 of advertising 11.50. Time and space Chastccu. forbid us from publishing all, but another Davis. Jerry 4 ncrus '90 7 Faxhonner, Mary Macron '97 list will appear in .four weeks. Fisher, Felix 25 acres '97 PRECINCT NO. 1 liiisel, John 30 acres '90-- Bal STANFORD W1UTB RtK'oll, Stevo 5 acros '90-- 7 Ral Smlloy, Win. 15 acres '97 Bright, John W. 142 aeres,'97, bal. f 49 Turnersville, McKinnoy Station Crutchfie d, Jus. lot in Rowland, te Cotloy Mill turnpike road 7 '95, 0 and 7, balance Garrard counmiles and two housos and lots '97 Stanford, Dix River. C0I.0P11U Oftk Turnpike, 5 ty & White 5l Adams. John S acros '07 miles, '97 A Alcorn. Clark 1 aero Stanford & Lancaster Turnpike IV Burton, Lee 2 acre '97 miles and one lot containing 5J C2 05 Burton's Talitha heirs 9 acres '97 of un acre, '97 Knsh Branch Turnpike, "miles, '07 53 10 Burton, Jnmes town lot '97 Brown. Hawk town lot '97 8TAXFOIID COl.OHED. 1 90 Brown, Ed 1 ncre 'Orj-- 7 Bill lot '90-- 7 Blight, Polly town 3 40 Bright, Hattie 1 acres '07 Same, town lot 2 15 Bailey, Lazarus town lot H)7 Matilda town lot '97 Butcher, bal. 5 85 Bailey, Tom lown lot '07 Beazley, John 23 acres 0ti-- 7 balance 4 25 Carpenter, George 50 ttcras in noro 2 20 Cooper, Samp town lot '07 Christopher, Al 1 acre '97 2 70 Cloyd, John 10 acros '90-'97 Embry, Mil town lot 3 70 Cloyd, John 4 acres '950-'90-Ellis, Buford town lot 05 Cloyd, Joe 2 acros Same, town lot '93-- 4 4 5 Collin, John 7 aoros '97 town lot '90 0 Goode, Frank 70 Caldwell, EphO acres '07 Same, 20 acres 07 0 25 Frye, George 5 acres '97 '96-Helm, Harrison 75 acres 2 20 Givens, Al 5 acres '90-Hocker. Anderson town lot '97 7 00 Givens, Davidson 0 acros Ha'. Harden. Tim town lot 70 Given., Anderson 2 acres '950-James, Henry town lot '97 l 75 Goode, PLillis 12 acre 'DM 6 acre- 'V Jeff revs, Sam Gooch, Cam 4 acres '07 Kcaley, Mary Agt T. Wallace 1 65 Jnrmau, Dude town lot '97 town lot '97 5 25 Johnson, Henry 5 acres 07 Logan. Sam acre '90-- 7 Bal. 2 35 McCormack, Sam 14 neitv '90-Sauie, i acre '94 Bal. 0 00 Oliver, Chas. 1 acres '90-- 7 acres 'l5-C- -7 Lackey, Thomas 4 5 00 Powell. Benjamin town lot '95 Moran, Dock town lot '90-2 25 Williams Richard town lot '07 .Monroe acre '97 Owsley, C 20 Wenlherford, Adam town lot '97 Richardson's Heirs' 19 acrei '96-5 70 Welch, Jas. acre '95 ti 7 Simpson. Ellas 3 acres 3 10 Tucker, Lewis town lot 1 95 '97 D. Vandcveer, Jesc 3 acres MONDHY, court-hous- FEB. 14, KY., 75 klmli of Plumbing ! 2 75 Is now prepared to do nil nntl Tinning. Solo proprietor of Denii'i Illnck ulnnioiiii moi rami, leiupnuuu 0 15 SO, rt'ildence Sliopon Mill St.. opptlto J. My farm Is posted and I Intend to proi-cut- o Sl-- tf Mill each, any mid every ihtmui caught 1 70 H. llnnKlimini ft Co.S trespassing Iu mi wnv on my niemlses. 4 35 sT J. I'., lllll'cll.r'tnnford 05 dent. .. Timely Wariilnjr (iO 3STOTIOE. -. FOR KEN l 3 45 Lincoln Circuit Court Osborne llutcliln .V Hunt, pliiintlir. vs. 4 15 K. Vnrnnn. AdntinltUiitor. ilvfumioiit. 3 45 W. Notice to CieilltOM. 111 tilt' I .2, at. (I. . . nf .... . t.u.3. ...... f.,.11 nrflfir ... On my prcmUes Jtm. 1, 189S, will rout to tho highest bidder 170 Acres Land to he cultivated in I letup nod Coin A. I). 05 fol-lowi- .. nt 7 05 80 2 20 2 05 3 30 3 S5 2 20 5 70 4 85 4 1 nlxvistloil enm intulonilat tho NnvetnU'r p"rons Inning torm IMft, of nlil Court A elnltn ngiilnsi tlm eiUto of Margaret Illlili ure directed to product' tliein to the you rShave and Ilatrcutu at lllnke-ntore'- s' Get Ky., on or llarher Shop lie I the fdlekest und iHiforo the 31t day of January. IsUS. prop- 0 ntiil fit,. nr bust ImrlHT iu Crab Orclinrd. ICy i . .....i.i...t a.. ,l.T. In t "- " .ii-x.-VUIillUll ill llf t'HV before that lav tho Coniinlloner will hear nml uetermlncii unv oinor1111(1 iuiiii.ii ll.lUl(H nuui Mil till' 1... tl.n uf M.f.illllU'K - proof In Interest herein muv IntroduceThe crack harbor, U now buck at Ids old In nnv of the nattei the ConunU-Inns stort-rooready to Mtii ml Iu Mrs I'gin-r- t sut out In tho tK'UtUm glo ton a llrt class ulntve mid haircut All K. C. VAUIU:v Com'r Jim. lit!.. l."0 needing work should mil on him. He I turu to pte.ise u t rib Orchard. Ky 6S Yowcll, Hustonville, Ky. 81 Word ToJ You. , ROBERT FISH, -- bo-fo- er 4 10 2 15 A. C. SINE. .Dealer In. DB, "W. B. P3B30T!r, 20 02 HK2fcalEts?Er 'Or5-- 7 ! 00 50 3 05 2 20 2 70 1 1 So 2 05 3 35 DcnllNt, : Ottleon IjitKS'er litis t at IteslJenre. Stanford, : Ky. '92-3-- 4 1 J. T. SUTTON, SASH Unciortalcor, Kontucky Hustouvillo, AND DOORS, - - u., '95-6-- 7 v- '06-0-- -i. 7 7 7 7 '05-0-- 7 05 76 26 25 86 70 5 30 STANFORD, KY. OCurshUserTHsM to Hie Jple of West Unwrfn Cask and ismnlirs I ull stink of els always un baud M U S. Carjwnter Msnajrt. Cy Cuand ! LOUIS1ZILLE1 HOTEL Louisvlllo, Ky., AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN NOTICE 7 1 00 7 3 00 '95-0-- 7 '95-0-- 7 7 - 60 65 5 05 4 I 1 All petMins hat lug claims iirnlti.t the It T. Pierce Utterly. I .. nlgnwl. are herebv notlthd aud rispuMed to pn-e- tit orlliisl as rvUlrvd by ihtilr Mild'clalm. law, iu tho underolgncd nlgiipi' at Hank of Liberty. Ky.. within (Hiilnw lliilehled to the date. All in fnun till said l'Urvo persons and fettle ut will cnll The Ladies Restaurant is the llnost iwtatu of ii... iv-- KvHrv convenience fur ladies one wllh Mild nlgnee at ald lmnk: other-wl- o llt ln Hied on nil unsettled ulti spending the day in the city ( A. I'KKU ITT. Amlgue. Claims. Gontlenen's Cafe on olllce tloor. lK.sc. 24. lwT Llbort). Ky. Com-inorvl- ul THOMAS A. MULLICAN, - So " o 00 1 Music CO Manager. Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday Evening T. L. SHELTON, HOWLANH. KY, 7 1 7 0-- 7 'U5-6-- 7 4. ,93-4- -7 T. N6WLHND, SiiKhii-- CRAB ORCHARD PRECINCT WHITE NO. mtltWliiMni- Lincoln County atldre-- .. no 0 m 45 A firt-ln- s to lwrrol ltourlnr hUk-45 Mill with '"levator, line Itchleiice hiiiI running of whom und corn p for Mile Millotit put at 5 66 of entire full time and 0lp-lnThe pl nt ,houVl bo .atbfwlory prlc --old nt ti Hi Vvou to W npiirerUU--l iKtrtrnln. Ill health f.itv- i- me to quit the il.' 1 0 0 5 2 2 So Has Gone Uncle into the Coal Opportunity of Your Life Hui lien's, And trill Iteepmnstaiill on band tne .'Ill-CFalls llronch Hint otjier t Coals and nek the mtrsjnage of the public Stanford friends who ant Cowl can leuve oilers wlib J. II. HlXKtus, which ttlll receive prompt atT. L. MiKI.TO.N tention o. In-s- 1 - ANAK-I'AU- .. "' 2STOTICE r-- ! IlUtOIIMIlt1, Kl 3 Bruce, W. Marion 40 acres '96 Bal. Brock, Jnmes 50 acres '97 1 Buchinger L. 0 acres '97 33 acres '97 Bishop, Noah DelayneyV, Joe Admr 172 acres '97 2 Chappell & Steinegger 250 acres 2 '97 Bal. Farris, J. B 190 acres 'l. Farris, Reuben 150 acres 97 Hamm, J D. 100 acres '92-- 7 Harris. D. J. 4S acres '90-- 7 Howard's, James heirs' 52 acres .90-7 Same, 250 acres '92 40 00 60 for in iu, r.uu-iH- l till Jun .11. in. i 00 the pauper practice by iMffltterlui 20 to COIItlllUV IOOCI. I. Hi m niv f.iiiiivrinv nm: tiiiiford ST1. CniliOr'hur!. Waynburtr i'.i, 90 including poor Imio. 515. and Huitoiivlllo S3. ilo'tor-- t to furnUh med 10 icine. JAMF- P. HAII.r.V. 20 (J. It. COOl'EK. 4 35 1IAUVEV HEI.M, Couimlttee 15 70 TO DOCTORS. ui.-vvini- FIRE IHSURHHCB tx All erHs duslrtns lSMt ISnts for nMnk fence, rlnl wfaal they aud ratline or wire fwee wanlal my tlore nar Cislsr Crrek.nn Hie pike IpjiIIiiU frum Crab Orchard tu btanbird I also keep on hand supply f piSHk fur feMeiRit. All mrwe. lo lioanls kindiofluwlxtf Ak htilMlH ami shlnzle. All (stwiM desirlm; auy artlileof my Hon nearCtslar l hli kind ran mil mi we at W O. W. hlNC.UriON. Creek. Mason Hotel Insurance Company i MILS U D SIMl-SON.I-ro- Lancaster, tlnd-clatt- Kentucky. a. 0 55 OF BROOKLYN. RENTING i I lo.-nt.'- d & SALE. 27, 1898,1 o, Newly furnished, clcnn beds; pplcndod l'orters table. Everything traltm t) meet Lair's, Jesse heirs 100 acres '97 Leon. Albert 70 acres '90 Oaks, Jemimah 50 acres '93-- 7 Pence, Sohn T. 33 acres "Jt Roberts, Amanda 100 acres '97 Smith. Mrs. J L. 130 acres '97 Spears, Elijah 25 acres '97 Woods, Mrs. Mary town lot 9 Wolf, August 50 acres '97 COLOUED 85 1 80 90 0 35 will rent pnbll. ly on the premises, Caledonian : Insurance H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Co Ky"., Thursday, Jan, Co., of Scotland. irOUNDED 1808. M.- - f.irin on the Ilaneliis? Pork', 7 15 iiiIUh from Stanford aud 0 miles from D.m-vllland about to of which I for corn. S2 4 45 acre of new Tenty-on- e 45 00 i 05 1 35 1 1 ss poss-ofilc- e Bal. Howard, Tom 2 acres 7 Middleton, Barbara town lot '9URice, Peter 1 acre '90--7 Umber, Sam 2 acres '9 Welch, Thoruaf 1 acre '95 Crab Orchard and Chappels Gap turnpike road 3 miles '97 '95-0--. 0-- 7 5 90 ' -- 30 3 70 i 85 6 90 10 40 WAYNESBURG PRECINCT WHITE NO. 3 Austin, E. B. 00 acres '97 Bough, Alfred D. 12 acres '00 7 Bal. Baker, Mrs. E. C. , N. R. 125 acres '97 4 45 4 00 acri". for oats. meadow and alwut lTS'ucres of blue-i;ras- s. The dwelling and oilier Improvements are In condition, new com crib-.- , large tobacco burn, and fertllo land to go In tobacco. Tills land I iu u good otnto of culacres to lie grown in tivation, riftv-elgcorn Is clover sod nndtOiicres N bottomland on which 75 bushels of corn has been grown to the acre. Tin) farm will bo rented as a wholo or In separate tract. At the same time will veil eight yearling steers and heifers and four calve, flvo mwnml ntir.1. work mules, brood mares and oth er hor-- e btock, a lot of locust post, miiiio 30 barrels corn ituu - or u wus u mij. ii a lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture. Will also fell my farming machinery of all kinds. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. Term made known on day of tale. 00 MIW. MAUVO. WHITE, lluhblo, Ky. N. II. Good piano will also Iw sold ht i- R.B.MAHONY.Agt., bTANKOlU), KY. Farmers Bank&Trnst OF STANKOIU), KY. Is Receiving Ills Fall And "Vintcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. JOUK II. dSTLKUAX. . Paid up Capital, Surplus, S 200,000 00 17,603 80 llr tirotlilon of lis charliT, UIlitr r a fullf jirotectisi a aro dewltoia In su ual I la u kto liable iu .liarehol.ler, Mm l.el.l li.-- l Uh ually llieri-l- al aUnk lhoexttitoftlt amoiiiituf theirto tlioamount ralue therwf, Ina.Mltloii the It mar net ai execu or. Iu mch aharea. Ac, a fully a an In.l It .lual 1 TunaerlnKour lhanltsto tlo.o who liaTrentniit-to u, we tru.t they will nmtinu lo do no, andweoiliT asasiianmt.tifor .ri.uii.t d with ouud bauklug. 0. La.iiiam. I ij :: 1 Tjrt"$"i LAUNCHING THE BATTLESHIP. For the launching of the battleship "Kentucky" at Newport News, Va., the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will make the following round trip rates from points J a. bff t4 U U fU U tff l I A '!"". tftf?lt trt 'r 5 A From Lexington. $12; Winchester, $12; Mt. Sterling, $12; Paris, fl2; Frankfort, $12 75; Richmond, 112.25; Lancaster, fl3-- ' o Stanford, 113.25, and correspondingly low rates from all other Central Kentucky o points Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels nt Newport News and at Old Point o Oomiort, which is only a few mi es distant and connected by Electric Car Service j No other trip ever offered aa many bou btirring events 68 does this one. People i Kentucky have the rare opfrom portunity of witnessing combined Army V.1JU itlf!! and Navy life at the most historic spot in the United States : Think of it? The landing place of the Jamestown settlers, the Pocohontas and Cornwallis Capt. John j 4f ' suriendoring Smith incident, the battle ids British forces, iiuKJ.RrrD. of the Monitor and Merrimac, and last, but in the same class, the launching of the most powerful battleship of our Navy, ' :iMlfIlllMllllMlllllHlHrT, aud it will be called 'Kentucky"-Thl- nk t TTtp,rTf TItTJt TT of it. ' As soon as the date of launching is setiWtlTTlTTJT TJ7t?7TfTT?7TTTl? i be given wide publicity in on, it 'At tlf f fU ittif tit tit titbit ' i tled papers,willThrough sleepers will ruu Y tho T T T" ? ill,' TJL TLT "i r from Lexington. For detail information write or call on any agent, or George W. T T TJLT T.T JT Tfr JJ TT TJT TfT TT TT Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky, JIlllllllllllllllllllllfllllllllliE. FavVWm.IaxI. A A A ::! 11 :! 'WWI m 11 ii :! ::! 2 A3 CVi:: &&i mi mwt1 1:: -- IXVi I I:: '5V fn-lan- d W' ttf f V'" 44f W " V ' vPWWt '' i Bastiu'e, Lance heirs 150 acres '90-- 7 Brackett, John 103 acres '90-- 7 Bal. Boycs, Ed N. R. 35 acres '90-- 7 Burfew, Charles 100 acres '97 Ball's Early heirs 175 acres '97 Cain, C. W. 75 acres '90-- 7 Childcrs. Jas. L. '95 Carrolton, W. H. 4 acres '97 Camden, Mrs. S. A. 00 acres '97 Same, 00 acres '94 Carman. Hezekiah 25 acres '90-- 7 Clore, Mrs. W. II. 100 acres '01-Bal. Duvall, Robt. H. 34 acres '90-- 7 Distelhorst, Charles 50 acres '97 Bal Flinchpaugh, Mrs. Cynthia 100 acres '97 Fisher, John 127 acres '90 Frazier, Robt H. 12 acres Gastineau, Jas L. 35 acres '97 Griffiths, W. D. 180 acre? '97 Harris, G W. 40 acres '90 Harris, W. II. 00 acres '97 Bal Hamm, Emerson 119 acres '97 Hatbock, Mrs. Jane 115 acres '07 Jewell, II. O. 80 acres '90 7 Jacobs, Hugh 59 acres '95 Bal Leach, Cash C. 50 acres '90-- 7 Mulling, Mrs. Sarah 3 acres '97 Mullins, P. S. 87 rcrcs '07 Newell, W. S. 30 acres '97 Petrey, Armp 5 acres '95 7 Bal Robinson, Win. 10 acres '95 7 Singleton, D. A. 7 acres '97 7 '95-0.- 7 6-6-- 40 3 30 14 95 1 05 2 75 4 2 2 2 2 1 l J.G.JrtcCLAY ai lllxral accoiuuiodatloua DIRKLTOHV experience In uaio comUUnl hank-liiijau- INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Ml. Vernon; J.J. Wllllaina, II. Cuiutuliis, l'reachersTllle; W. J.S Owiley.Sr., bluuka, S. II. "V'T' William l.uocb, 45 IfeSfS' J. N. Meuefec. J. - A:r,.n.cr; BfflBEE 8. CaSTLEMaB. 4 35 50 35 20 30 25 orriCKRs. S. H.Shankt. Preslitcnt: U. Owkley MANAULHis, Caliler; W. M. Hrlglit Teller Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Tbroughout the outh. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUD. KY. "W. A. -- Local A gent, - 9 50 3 10 1 10 Capital Stock 5100,000. And Dealer in Surplus, $15,750 thai Stanford, Kentucky, 37t' 2 5 2 5 1 70 35 00 15 HARNESS, SADDLEBY, &0. STANFORD. KY. Attention Hank In Stnford. Un-dthis is tue only National tlio National JUijk Act tho proTl.lous ot dcrosltors aresecureil not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' llabllltr for an amountu eutial tn the stock so that depoiiioraof this Instltu-Uosworn olWO.WiO. of the public Is calle.1 to the fact 5 3 2 3 1 2 00 80 40 50 80 80 50 90 05 H. D. PHILLIPS. Ihe are secured by a Mud statements of the condition ol tho Hank aro made Gournmciit and IU each year to the United btates assets arc examined at stated times by (joeninient agents, thus securing additional and erlect salet, ThlsintUutlon orlKlnally established ni the it 24 HOURS Tiic Florida & trains of the 2 75 1 70 3 45 4 00 2 15 in LM Hank of Stanford In lttSrt, then reorganised aa the National Hank ofStantord In UiA amlafraln ti. National Hank ol htaitlord reoivjnlzed as the First These fast trains aro of tho finest type, in l&,has had practically an unlnteriuplett exist. luxuriously fitted, und miming on a "pe35 years. It is better supplied now All klndiof repitrlng Jone at reisuuable ratca tact-fo- r prumptly and faculties for transacting business LTpholstering a specialty, batiaUclioa'RUaraDtucd. rfect road-beever beforoln Its long and honorable than Winter Touriht Low round-tri- p tlckots career. Accounts of Indlrlduals, fiduciaries, onus on mule throughout tho North. and lndlTiduala solicited. An elegant service of Cnfo, Parlor, and DIRECTORS. J. W. Haydcn, Stanford Observation Cars on these trains. DouF. Held, Lincoln Co.; Dealers In 8. II. Haughuian, ' ble daily train service S.T. Harris, " TV Hill, J.S.Hocker, W A. Tribble, " W. I'. Walton, Write for information to W. C.Itincarson, J.H.Colllcr.Crah Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Gcn'l Pass'r Ag't. Cincinnati, O. Kail-roa- d M, I). Elmore, Manford. Order Ofllce and Feed Exchange ueur Send 10 cents for lino Art colored LithoCiosslug, Depot St., Rtunford, Ky. orriciKS. Coal Yard, Mill St., lately J. B. Hlgglns' J. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Moltoberts Ciuhls graph of Lookout Mountain and Ohicka-mang- a. A. A. McKlnney, AslstautCashIe r. 4 Stand. Sall&Iuctlon Quarautced. Jan. 1 bTANFOKU, KY. Gun and Look Smith., RoutO New Orleans Quoon run tlirouyli New Orleans Limited 4c to Jacksonville and hours from Cincinna- Crescont NOELS6SON, Coal, Corn And Hay, 51 ,..,