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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898012801 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. iimiurai umiHii IM ii 1 t SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVI. NEIGHBORING COUNTY NEWS. John Summons, an aged Lawrence county fanner, was killed by a donkey. Sherrard StanlU will bo appointed postmaster at Williamsburg Colsou having recommended him. Mm. James Bronaugh. of Nleholag-vllla relative of Dr. G. W. of this place, is dead. The miners at Pinevlllo went out on a strike. The cause stated Is no pay since the 17th of last November. The llfo sontonco of Joseph Adklns for the assassination, of Judge Combs, of Leslie, has been atllrmcd by the court of appeals. It Is believed the Board of Trustees of Centre College, Danville, will select Acting President Tales to occupy the position permanently. William Glvcns, a Mlddlcoboro mer chant, was sued for damages by A. M. Berkley for striking him with a rock and a verdict of $1,500 was rendorcd. Postmasters were appointed as fol lows: Llndsey, Knox county, Win. i' ' Chance; Public, Pulaski county, J. L Price; and Pulaski, Pulaski county W. G. Davis. Gen. Caislus Marcellus Clay calls Uon Gov. Bradley to have laws paused In tho States and Congress to provent the publishing of anonymous letters In c, h, Brc-naug- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1898. LANCASTER. NO. 94 The old away and a new one work-houso Is is boing torn to bo built of brick. Burglars took porno meat from Judgo Burnsldo's kitchen on Wednesday night while tho family was nt prayer icecting. Mr. E. W. Arnold lost over an aero of hemp by the Mood on Gilberts Creek last Saturduy. The Pettua brothers 1 also lost some. Miss Laura Snapp, of Elkhorn. W. E. W. Arnold sold to W. D. Dudder-a-r Hats. Fine Underwear, and Va., shot and Instantly killed her lover 23 acres of land on Gilberts Creek Vunce Vaughn, atadnnce. Jealj-ousnamed for 91,400 and bought the Silas Ashley wus tho cause. place near town on the Stanford road law. Give us a trial Matthew D. Shaw, of Lowevllle, N. Charles II. Duoll. of New York, wus for $1,000. Hon. R. U. Tomlinson went to Pine- nominated to be commissioner of pat- V., and Mls9 Mary Cornman, of both deaf mutes, were marvlllo this week on professional busi- ents und George E. Roberts, of Iowu, ried at Versailles and left for New to be director of the mint ;j. L. rilOHMAX & Co., Danville, Ky. ness. Many Lincoln county gentlemen The long drawn out struggle for tho York. attended court hero on Monday and they all had business, which Is not tho D. S. Senatorshlp In Maryland, was The Louisville Post is authority for ended Tuesday by tho election of Judge the statement that tho reason Miss case with many of tho natives. Mr. W. J. Romans says that there McComas, a ropubl.cun, to succeed Margaret Ingols retired from the stage is to marry a young politician in the Tho Second Session of tho Collegliito Year. will open are 41 widows and only six widowers In Senator Gorman. A representative of the civil servlco near future. this town, going out ns far as tho The Boyle circuit court has granted This Is a curious record and commission has loft Washington for Mrs. Lavinia Daniel a divorce from T. New pupils entering at that Units wll! de received Into the classes. For full information one which can not be easily explained. Kentucky to investigate alleged viola The mortality among married men Is tions of tho civil service law by the A. Daniel, of Atlanta, and restored her call on or write to Mm. Sauflev at tho College or write for catalogue. WILLIAM SHELTON. Phesident. to her former name of Mrs. L. M. collectors of internal revenue. certainly very great. Brown. Advocate. Government receipts from all sources Personal property sold well at Mr. I. After disposing of 151 divorce cases, D. Currant's salo on Wednesday. B. on Tuesduy amounted to $005,720, tho Judge Ong. of Cleveland, O., paid a G. Fox bought 12 horses hero on Mon- expenditures for tho same day to 8991,-00Yes, Wo'vo Got to Give Up The deficit for ono day was 833,-2- 7 glowing tribute to the whipping post day at prices ranging from $.'0 to $S0. the newspapers. 1. Mr. DIngley should look into this. as a remedy for tho cure of bad husAuctioneer Rice Benge rejHjrts cattle Editor J. T. Culton, formerly of Tho charge that Judge Hall, of the bands and a preventive of divorce. lied from Tazewell, Tenn., nnd mules us selling ut good tlgurcs on "Marriage is often a curse," said Monday, and a better feeling generally 20th district, permitted tho State's to tho former city. IIu had written a money to bo wasted on special judges, Rev. T. DeWItt Tamage; and next day caustic editorial and was attacked in in business circles. Tho city council tho same Is being investigated and If it is decided tho old man went and took unto himTho mild winter has caused our stock of coal to accumulate and wo will his olllce. Cincinnati Post. on Tuesuay Mr. W. 1. Wil- that ho is responsible the pay of special self a third wife. Verily few of ua pracfor tho next 10 days sell coals of all kinds at Nancy Boone Gentry, aged six years, olllcers judge-mabo deducted from his salary. tice what we preach. Covington Comdaughter of Reuben and Currle Lee liams, city attornoy; Mr. William David Grunt Colson is getting some monwealth. Gentry, died Tuesday of scarlet fever. Wherritt, clerk; Mr. W. O. Rlgney, advertising If tho picture of her is true to llfo out of tho fact that ho and Mr. E. M. Walker, marIn order to icduco our stock. Now Is tho tlmo to buy while prices are lowGreat sympathy Is felt for tho mother treasurer, shal. Two members of the board re- "sassed'' Speaker Reed like this on tho Talmage's latest bride Is as beautiful er than 3ou will find them again and you can haul your coal whllo you are who In the last few months has aleo as a dream and In looking at it ono can ceived anonymous letters, designed to lloor of tho House: "I will voto under Idle. Please call nt our yards and be convinced that the above Is true. lost a brother. change their votes in one race, but the rules of tho House, but I warn tho readily sec why the old man ran tho A. A. Arthur, who dumped 32fj,0O0,-00- 0 speaker that I will endorse any meth- risk of being cursed by marriage. they had no effect. of good English money In Middles-borMiss Lucy, daughter of Rev. J. R. St Tho second 10 days' service of tho ods no matter how revolutionary, which tells an Knqulrer man that tho P. H. guards on tho Ulchmond turn- will give the House expression on the Leslie, and a niece of will never amount to much tollgato Leslie, eloped from Tompkinsville, Ky pike expired on Monday night and the question of Cuban belligerency." ns long as the present London Four hundred delegates, represent- to Tennessee, and was married to John road otllciuls failing to make alliduvlt holds on. of threats to destroy tho gates, and no ing 24 States, assembled In the tho Garvin, a hostler. She Is only l.lvcars old. A citizen of Cumberland Gap, Tenn., monetary convention nt Indianapolis A Louisville lovelorn youth who had caught i monster bear In the edge of information of such threats having been received by Judgo Burnside, he and resolutions were adopted to remove quarreled with his sweetheart thought town near King Solomon's cave. The and forever all doubt as to to seek sifrcease from trouble In the Is animal weighed 300 ound8. It Is withdrew the guards. It hoped that atonco what the standard of value in the U. S. canal, but when ho jumped in and the no more raids will bo made. Hupposed that the animal was driven In the absences of Mr. W. B. Mason shall be. to provide a paper currency cold, damp water began to work on his out of tho cave by the recent rains. on Tuciday night burglars went to his convertible into gold and equal to it, to epidermis he changed his mind and An Indictment for manslaughter was house again. A white man was seen utilize the existing silver dollars and called loudly for help, which came and found In Boyle against Will Tuttlc, on top of tho verandah, who, seeing maintain their parity with gold, to saved him from a watery grave. former marshal of Junction City, for ho had attracted attention, made avoid tho Issue of Interest bearing Miss Mollie Wright, daughter of W. killing John llumnor. Wlnfleld Blev-In- s that bis escape. There Is a strong fcclln? bonds and to eliminate from our cur- H. Wright, of this county, was married robbing tho L. &. pleaded guilty to here In favor of offering a reward for rency system those features which rea- at tho home of her sister, Mrs. P. W. N. depot In Junction City and got two their conviction. It Is the only way to son und experience show to be elements Green, ut Lexington yesterday to Mr. year. bring them to justice, and it is hoped of weakness and danger. Vandeveer, of Uarrodsburg. The bride Gov. Bradley lias appointed Thomas A special examination will be held n Is a very handsome young lady who Is the city fathers or tho taxpayers Williams, of London; W. O. Newell, of that raako will Richmond, Feb. 6, for the position of pleasantly remembered by our young such an offer. Somerset; Brutus J. Clay, Richmond; Tho proposed repeal of the law cre- deputy collector to be assigned to raid- people, who 6end happy greetings. John E. Stormcs, of Ijincastflr. and ating tho State Board of Equalization ing duty In tho 8th Internal Revenue Mr. Robert Graham Evans and MIhs others delegates to the National Puro meets with tho hearty concurrence of District with headquarters at Rich- Lillian Sumrall wero married at the and Drug Congress, which meets Food many taxpayers in this county. It Is mond. This examination will consist First Presbyterian, Wednesday afterIn Washington, March 2d. believed that tho county assessor and of a very light educational test, and in noon, the Rev. Dr. W. F. V. Bartlett, A dispatch from Uarrodsburg says tho county supervisors aro sullleiently addition thereto applicants will bo that Joseph Booth was cowhldedon the Informed about the value of proj)erty graded upon their experience und spe- of Lexington, officiating, and left that afternoon for an extended tour East. Smith, who street by Mrs. George Booth purposely turned and that tho State board is an unneces- cial qualifications. Tho work required Tho wedding was a very elegant afclaimed that Mrs. Smith sary expense, especially as it Is impos- of a raiding deputy consists largely of fair, the Moral decorations by Bell, of tho hose on her little sible for that board to know all the con- conducting raids for the seizure of Il- Lexington, being superb. The entire some time ago shot a young farmer who .Ono moro lot of. ditions which cause tho value of prop- licit distilleries; and it is necessary church was festooned with lycopodium she claimed had insulted her. erty to tluctuato in different portions of that apiolntecs bo of unquestionable wreathing, the 12 windows being simiMr. Irvin Brown, ol Paint Lick, ha courago and prudenco und bo familiar larly curtained. The ends of the cenbuggy that wa tho State. in his jwssesslon a On Monday night while County At- with tho inhabitants and local geogra- tral tier of pows wore decorated with made by A. B. Ely, of that place, 2l tornoy Letcher Owsley was driving to phy of tho district In which they aro largo bouquets of lilies and white roses years ago, and notwithstanding it has town ho heard u horse running towurd employed. Tho examiners at Rich- and those of the side rows with pluk been In constant use as a family vehi- him, and, In attempting to turn from mond will furnish blanks. To bo given away with each 23c worth of roses, all tied with white ribbons. Over cle over since, besides making two trips his course, ho collided with another Bryan, just returned from Mexico, 2,000 roses wore used In these decorato Chattanooga during tho time, It is horseman, Samuel Ball, who was also writes a syndicate letter In which he tions. The Gothic arch just back of still a good buggy, and has never had a riding rapidly. Mr. Owsley's vehicle says that real estate Is rising, nnd cot- thu pulpit was curtained with smllax, dollar's worth of work done on It. was badly broken and ho received a few ton mills there paying 1(1 por cent, div- and suspended from the top of It was a By the death of llttlo Alma Dovers. bruises about tho head, though not of u while strikes paralyze tho in- huge basket of whlto roses. Two pedtho main witness, tho two murdcrcupcs serious character. Tho shaft of his idends, dustry in New England, und that Amer- estals on tho front corners of the chan- Wo will give you a lmndsomo picture worth 73c. Babbitt's Soap sells six cakes for 23c, against Leo Boylo, of Marion, may be buggy iulllclcd a painful wound in one aud Is the best soap made. discontinued jwrmanontly. Boyle was of Bull's legs. It was very dark, but icans aro seeking thero tho prosper- cel wero draped with smllax and capity they voted for but failed to get In ped with lilies. There wero four ushIndicted as being one of tho mob who tho rapid riding of tho horsemen is tho United States. Ho Is con viced moro ers, Prof. S. R. Cheek. Mr. Andrew G. West to death in said & burned Mrs. Thomas to have caused tho accident. than ever that the best interests of our Whitley and Messrs. W. Lawson and her homo and shot to death her lover, Tho hop was well ultonded Wednes people demand the Immediate res- Collins Sumrall, brother of the bride, At Boyle's'last trial 10 were hanging, day night and continued far lntoThurt-da- y own toration of tho free and unlimited coin- who entered tho church as Saxton's one was for llfo Imprisonment and one morning. Everybody was delight- age of gold and silver at tho present orchestra played Mondelsohn'd wedfor acquittal. ed and ovorythlng went smoothly and legal ratio of 10 to'l without the utd ' or ding march. During tho ceremony the Judgo Stanbcrry, of Laurel, Is mak- quietly up to hour tho crowd reluctantly of any other nation. Mexico orchestra rendered "O, Thou Sublime ing It hot for whisky sellers In that separated. Among tho visiting guosts concert is not strong enough to maintain the Sweet Evening Star" by Wagner, and An immense line -- probalbly tho lnrge&t assortment ever m Stanford. assisted In raiding a wore Misses county and has I'eurl Burnsldo und Annie parity between tho metals, but thepeo-pl- o just before the prayer by Dr. Bartlett, number of "blind tigers." It Is stated Bronaugh Englcmun und Messrs. Rowof tho United Statesare. Mexico that ho recently asserted that ho would an and James M. Suuiley, George A. by tho'use of silver avoided tho fall has tho Lord's Prayer was chanted by tho in choir. Tho procession left tho church 800 law and order uphold In Laurel if McRoberts and Ruber t Bruce, of Stanprices, but has suffered to a certain ex- to tho Lohengrin wedding march. Tho ho had to march through tho length ford, and about 10 from Richmond. The from the lluctuatlons in exchange. bride's gown was an Imported ivory and breadth of tho county with a pis- ohuperones wore Messrs. nudMesdamcs tent By opening our mints to tho frco coin-ag- o white satin, en train, by Glover, of and tho Kentucky stattol In one hand Also tho celebrated R. Klnualrd, J. E. Stormes, G. D. of silver we too shall escapo from Louisville. Tho sleoves and yoke wero utes In tho other. C. W. Anderson, J. Fleece Rob- falling prices, nnd, by maintaining tho of shirred tulle, nnd the waist was W-AJLiA dispatch from Mt. Vernon Rays: inson und Louis Lundrum. Ij parity, wo shall, in addition, avoid with rhincstones and sliver hatchet has been burled nnd peace Tho lluctuatlon In exchange. worked Into bowkuots. Tho edges of d Call and look at them, again reigns in Rockcastle. Tho Huuhlu.S. Dunbar sold his sorrol tho bridal veil wero trimmed with lace mot hero horso to Bowon Fox for $100. Tom Mulllna factions Two vucuncies having occurred in tho Tuesday, Hhook hands und agreed that Rankin Is buying somo corn at $1.50 Executive Committee of tho Kentucky and It was hold in place by strings of no moro lighting would bo dono be- per barrel. D. N. Prewltt bought somo Press Association by tho withdrawal pearls. Tho bouquet carried by the tween them. It Is a groat rollcf to all, shoals of B. W. Glvens and S. Dunbar from journalism of Mr. Joseph R. Wll brldo was of white orchids, showered with lilies of the valley. Mr. Evans is as things had reached tho point whero at $3.85. Kid. Geo. Gowen will on Hams', of tho Midway Clipper, and ono of the most popular and best known bring every moment was expected to of sickness bo unable to preach Capu W. T. Havens, of the Mt. Stergentlemen in Central Kentucky. Ho People were afraid hero next Sunday afternoon. Ham- ling on moro hostilities. t, tho president to como to town, fearing trouble at all monds & Co., sold the.lr wheut this of tho Kentucky Press Association wns graduated at Centre College and week to Marksbury for 00c. Court day hereby names as their successors W. took postgraduate courses at Johns Hubblo next Monday as it is a fifth P. Walton, of tho Interior Journal, Hopkins and Princeton. His country C. L. Leon, scenic painter, well at Monday. Tho high wutor In the Hang- aud W. B. Browor, of tho Pembroke seat near Danville, is one of tho finest known In Georgetown, has been sening Fork a few duys ago made a good Rovlow, Wo trust It may bo their In tho bluegruss. His bride, who Is tenced to 15 months In tho Ohio tho only daughter of Judge J. K. Sum-rai- l, for bigamy. Ho was a slick bout tldo and it is said that a lot of E. pleasuro to servo. Loving W. Galno3 hns been noted for her personal A. White's hemp was shipped. In Elkton Progress. Have the most approved citizen and frequently In somo kind of beauty, as well as for her native graces a scrape. One of his wives wus Miss and culture. Sho is a graduate of Tho average person is supposed to Will Harper and Joo Jeter, both caMary Craig, of Mlllcrpburfir, whom he speak about 12,000 words daily, somedets In tho Salvation Army at Tcxar-kan- Dobb'a Ferry. deserted. Georgetown Times. body has found out. Ark., fell out over a Salvation At Bedford tho enraged populaco A baby was.boru ut Brussels recent- Army lassie, a daughter of tho local Mr., She frowned at him and called him hung a murried man in efllgy who had ly that weighed 21 pounds, tho heaviCommander, and Harper shot Jeter abducted a young girl. Since his neck Merely becauso ho camo and Kr. est on record. Railways of tho United States carried twice with a revolver, from the effects was handy this seems a waste of tlmo That very night, just her to spite, HAA And Dest Line of Perfumes. Soapi and Toilet Articles ou the Market. over, w.1 ln. aau and energy. of which ho died. That naughty Mr. Kr. Sr. POLITICAL POINTS. Thomas E. Watson will bo the Kpu-Hcandidate for governor of Georgia. A bill has been Introduced in Congress to make the minimum pension $10 a month. Senators Mason and Butler have been delegated to prepare a postal savings bank biil. Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma were refused admittance as States by the House Committee on Territories. Judgo Bnrr instructed tho Fedorul grand jury ut Owensboro to closely investigate violations of the civil service MATRIMONIAL. Miss Elvis Cook, of st Fleming county, I After 20 years of tramp life, George Somervlllo has married a woman worth 820.000 Mrs. Christine Oldson, of SI oux City, 21. took Purls Green and pounded glass, becauso of unrequited love. Mrs. George Seaman. 00. left a husband nnd four children at Belaire, W. Va., and eloped with Willie Wnllace, a battle: Against Good Material, Fine Win the Dffy. i High Prices And Shoddy Goods. Fit nnd Low Prices Call and see us. la. Suits, Shirts, Shoes, Overcoats, MERCHANT TAILORS. NIch-olasvill- e, THE GLOBE, 1S07-0- 3 r. Stanford Female College. Ta,xruia,r372-3-tl-- L, f '.j toll-gate- s. On Monday, 1898. 0. e, COIL JLT COST I Actual Coat I y o, ex-Go- v. J. H. BAUCHM AN &CO. V : t Ex-Mag- ic man-ngume- nt m m Wanted, In Trade, 100 Barrels of Corn at $2. Mark Hardin, Stanford. HandsomeOilPaintings B. T. Babbit's Best Soap. HJGGINS iggSilalillig TIRTTZDsTIEZS. M'KINNEY. ft i 1 i 1 Zr)cf Steel, Gar; va5, Oval A?d Flat. TIRTTitTiK:. H. J. McROBERTS. Rob-inso- u, Lang-ordan- uc-cou- , Sentlnel-Doraocra- Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig : ponl-tcntla- ry Rocker a, FACE LOTIONS. w i 45. Tid-Blt- s. rna it 5 V vr Louisville and In tho as evidence that tho government is preparing for war with Spain or some Wiley as Superintendent of tho Lex- mountain counties." THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ington Insane Asylum without delay Mr. Chlnn's school book bill provides other country. citizens, se Private Arther Brown nnd Pearl and let's havo dono with all tho rot for a commission of seven Is to be made lected for their scholarly and business Manning, of Fort McPherson, near Atabout the fight that Jan 2S. 1S9S against It? The latest Is that Bronston qualifications. One member Is to bo lanta, aro under arrest charged with Stanford. Kv., Nowho will champion the confirmation taken from each appellate district. The murdering their comrade, Charles and superintendent aro to bo ble. and Chlnn, who opposes it, had some governor W. P. WALTON. members, being chairman and Tho Federal grand jury at Owens-bor- o hot words which came near ending In O. A. members has Indicted blows. There could bo nothing more secretary respectively. Its to confirm are to hold office for four years and Bland, of Lowlsburg, on 10 6cparato Friends everywhere of the kind and asslnlno thanIs tho failure bo a splen- are to receive tho sum of 85 per counts for Issuing fraudulent monoy orRentloman will learn with Wiley, who admitted to beday and traveling expenses while In ders. sorrow of the death of Dr. J. Q. A. did superintendent, and wo do not Ko cIms of people U o llnlile to throat difficult lo preach, and concluded to try I. N. Chambers, of Wolfo county, of such actual session, said session not to exCherry Pectoral. The first bottle trouble no the great cln who make up the Dr.Aycr' great relief; the second, which t Stewart, who was for many years su- lieve the Senate will be guilty Gospel ministry. The main put upon the gave me ceed 30 days at any time. Tho commis- has brought suit In the Mndlson cirKentucky Feeble action. taking, ha relieved me almost perintendent of the vocal organs by constant cxercite; the am now of nil uupleasnnt symptoms. To sion Is to advertise for bids and shall cuit court against the L. it X. for 810,- sudden change from a healed building to entirely Minded Institute, which he built up of the select a Hut of text books for use In the 000 damages for the killing of his son, the cool air when the vocal organs are In minister suderlng from thront trouble, President L. W. Gaines, a state of complete relaxation; the fact I recommend Dr. Ayer' Cherry Pectoral. to the highest standard. Ho died Kentucky Press Association, has in public schools. Tho contracts made Monroe Chambors, near Fort Estill. that a minister feel impelled to use hH "Prevention i belter than cure." A Tuesday of Brlpht's divoice when actors and lecturers would bottle of l)r. Ayer' Cherry Pectoral kept atFarmdalo Willis Crano, ngod 7, of Frankfort, obedienco to Instructions 6f tho body, shall be for a period of flvo years and take the needed rest; these are among the In the house, will effectually ptevent the sease. After retiring from the Insti- been to Frankfort to seo after tho adopore throat" rooting of n cold iwid it consequent dcvel. reason why "Clergymen' required to give bond. after n quarrel and fight with his baby tho publishers Milila known as a special disease. The Kcv. nperaent Into come dangerous maiady. tute, ho bought the old Kentucky It. M. Ilrawlcy, I). D., District Secretary of This remedy ha no equal in Dronchlat tion of a general advertising law, such No other text books are allowed In the slater, Fannie, aged 4. deliberately the American Dapttit Publication Society, troubles. The most stubborn cases have tary Institute and turned it into an asy- as prevails in other states. Ho ap- public schools after the adoption of tho went to a trunk, took out a pistol nnd writes from Petersburg, Vs., the account yielded to It use. It Is equally effective lum for weak minded children and pointed the five editorial members of system established by tho commission. shot her In tho breast near the heart. ot an experience of his own which is profi- lor Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, and table reading to thote afflicted with (iron, every disease thnt attack the throat or no one who ever visited there can for0 chair"V.. man, offers chlal or other throat troubles. The sub- lungs, l'or year Dr. Ayer' Cherry Pc. A Syracuse, N. the Legislature: Emmet Orr, stance of the letter is as follows: get what a wonderful influence he man; R. E. Richardson, R. C. Walker, total has been nut up only in large site RELIGIOUS READING. Corbctt and for tho fight between bottles, at n price of fixo. To meet nn FCTBRSnCRO, Vx. wielded over the unfortunates, who Increasing demand for a smaller sited milBennett Hendorson and John McMe-loa- n J. C. AVER CO., lockage the remedy can now be obtained ureach at Fltz, but ho could as woll make It Elder Joseph Ballou will seemed to love him like a father. In c Dkar Sirs: Three month ago T took f n on the committee to see after the bottle, at half price so ccuts. lions and still stand no chanco of getnext Sunday career naught n violent cold which resulted In nn attack Send for Dr. Ayer' the Christian church hero Curebook (free) asd his long and honorable ting the two bruisers together. law and they will be assisted In draftof acute bronchitis. I put myself under you will get n clearer idea of the great morning. can be said of him except that he ran medical treatment, and at tbe end of two value of Dr. Ayer' Cherry Pectoral. AdProfessors Sidney Calvert and David ing a bill by the local press of Frankmonth was no better. I found It very dress J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mast. Rev Robert Dolanoy, a noted Negro against tho democratic nominee for W. May, of tho Missouri State Univerfort. preacher of Macon, Ga., fell dead In Senator last year, after being a State sity, declare that 16 conts worth of food congregation lied. democrat all of his life. was received at his pulpit and tho day ought to provide for a man's Minister Hunter Rev. J. M. Bruce writes that he has jer Guatemala with great eclat. They wants. They cut threo cents off that The Legislature may pass usury laws wont think so much of him when they moved to Louisville, 204 Burnett Avo., amount for women. and more usury laws, but they will cut and that the latch string hangs on the know him better, and discover that ho The Indian Head Cotton Mills, tho no Ice. The National banking laws are outblde for Lincoln county friends. was sent from his country for his counlargest in tho State, has begun operaeven more 3trlngent against usury than Tho brethren and sisters of Jellico, try's good. tions in Cordova, Ala., employing 1,000 tho one passed by the Kentucky House Tenn., havo let tho contract for tho persons. The capacity of tho plant Is a few days ago, but they are not only brick work of their now church. The THE LEGISLATURE. to bo doubled at once as tho output for once but thousands of times disregarded church complete Is to cost about 83,200, several years has been sold In advanco A bill to make t,he forfeit of Interest and Is to bo modern In all respects. a day. No bank hardly loans money at George R. Guss, editor of the Chesless than 7 per cent and they will con- the penalty of usury passed the House Baptist Argus. ter County, Pa., Democrat, wrote tho be1 closed 70 to 8. tinue to do so. The bill, should It Rev. Henry Miller writes: Inhaling gas: The bill to ailow both husband and my meeting at Guthrie, Ky., Friday following note beforo come a iaw, will only make it harder on the brink of eternity, I "Standing for some peoplo to borrow money. wlfo to testify In divorce cases passed night. During tho meeting I organizas I forgive ; Individuals loan almost as the House. Presbyterian church of ask the forgiveness of all Banks and ed a Southern We nro still laying them out, down low all. No llowers, no funeral. Good-byA bill to abolish the executive boards 14 members: small, but hopeful. This much on a man's reputation for honesIowcr than ever before. Our price cutGod bless you." ting on Runernl merchandise Is still in ty as on his security, and If a borrower and other useless offices in Louisville is tho third church I have organized on , John S. Crane, of Bedford, Ind progress and you cannot realize how low pleads usury he Is black listed and can was presented. tho Tenncssco line. Middlesboro.Jelllco our goods aro going without teeing for tho House and Guthrie Guthrie is becoming an didn't know his pistol was loaded and There are two bills before get no money anywhere. yourself. playfully pointed It at his sweetheart. to require all passenger trains to stop important point. The bullet entered her cheek Inflicting McKenna has been sworn in as a at county seats. Tho Cumberland Presbyterian church Crano loaded member of tho supreme court and it is The Senate prisons committee favor- dates back to the famous revival of re- a fearful wound and then help to give ably reported the Bronston bill provid- ligion In Tennessee, S7 years ago. It the weapon and shot himself to death. such follows as he that Ily coming direct to u. Iu addition to people a poor opinion of our highest ing for a prison commission. has 250,000 communicants, and, as u our regular bargains wo hnvo a few f Blue-Cras- s disregard the nation that Sood and Boar. courts and to The guard section of the Martin bill .Innnmlnollnn la t.Virnn ttmP.S as larCO to oiler this week. First lot is any divinity hedges about them. The requiring the counties to pay for as the Dutch Reformed church, which seed mill inn luittipla atrlmvpil Clilnu Ixvir for wile. man who could be so foolish and so sac- guards was repealed In the House. Is the oldest evangelical church on the extra 1'olnnU CAKl'ESTKU, .MllleUgcvwo. A. . 6 DOZ. MEN'S HATS, rilegious as to telegraph Hanna, who Mr. North's bill to require a more continent. It is larger than the PresGod rigid examination for law license was had bodght his election: "Praise byterian church, South, and Is second in dc L.nn Which cost us 11 25 to f 2.25 oacIi, which from whom all blessings How. On earth refused a second reading, the morc's in number to all the Presbyterian bod- Dars (Ale, go nl 25c this week. Second lot, n will among republi- the pity. peace and good hound to sell, ies. Only tho Presbyterian church, few dozen odd Tunis at 75c. Third lot, !i All tlioso Oliver Plow. seem to bo of the mato prohib- North, exceeds it In size. Its strength cans" does not Tho Senate killed the bill dozen pnlw of mlwu', boys' nnd men'n AH thoe Clover Seed. terial of which great men and judges it tho marriage of first cousins and thus is chiefly in the Central, Southern and All thoo Seed 'owew, shoe nt 1cm limn cost, are made and his accession to the bench does all of Mr. North's good work go Western States. A high educational AM those Harney, .All those Steel RunRes, will go far towards proving tho wisdom for naught. standard is maintained In the CumberAll tlio-- o pood, cheap aultut of Furniture, on the quesof the democratic platform The House finally settled tho matter land Presbyterian church. It has flvo All you people, remember inc. Flcnncleltes and Panton Flannel havo n l. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo. tion. of refusing to abolish the office of com- universities and a number of Colleges, fpeclal icduction this week. monwealth's attorney by voting 56 to and In their zeal for thorough prepara! "He declined to accept a pension." 34 not to reconsider. Gloaks, Gapes, many candidates for the ministry greater mark of honor could not bo A bill has been Introduced In the tion, A complete their studies In Right at home for tlio right man. For nulo go abroad to And Overcoats given the lato George Vcssells, of Har- Senate prohibiting corporations from f6relgn unlversles. Ex. my Co.il and Feed Plants la Stanford, Ky. inTho Unet opening for a oung buslntMi din county, than that that line be Sold without regaul to cost Special atcontributing to campaign funds or tak man over offered. Mv xon Is wedded to tho e tention of tho rucn is ca led to our scribed upon his monument. He was a ing part in political matters. L. A. X. K. H. Co. and tho old man can't run NEWS NOTES. BRIEF lino of of 1812 and his fathmo and see and learn price nnd alone. Co soldier of the war The bill, providing for the transporK. K. XOF.I., At least five lives were lost In a fire term. the office of Xoel .V Son, near l)ejot. er of tho revolution, but neither would tation of bicycles on trains as baggage 01 At ever accept a pension for their services, passed the Kentucky House, and is said at Spokane Wash. A loss of 8400,000 was caused. Mndo lo order, especia ly those who have which they gave for love of country, to bo safe for passing tho Senate. occasion to grumble becatiHU a shirt is too John Wheeler, a prominent raer not for lucre. Mr. Vessells days were Eight membors of the General Asshort, too small, bosom too narrow ortdioit long upon the earth, he lived to be 09, sembly are said to be worth In the ag- chant of Maysvllle, Is dead of heart dl or alcoves too short or long, Ac. Wo tako On tho Sth day of December, ISO", In tho a record sease, aged 54. and he made and maintained your measure and county of Lincoln, State of Kentucky, near gregate 32,000,000, John T. Hinton John Stout died at Madisonvlllc, Ind., O. K. jxstot!lce and on the premise of Herfor Integrity and honor worthy of a man and Senator Goebel heading tho list. I seized one Still, from the effects of a rat bite received man IvustiercltH. and on tho 12thCopper June, who had the honesty and courage to day of Cup and Worm, Tho Houso by a vote of SO to 6, pass- over a year ago. 11)7. .1. W Colyer, general deputy collecdecline to rob the country of monev ed the bill making It unlawful for any Can show you nearly 300 styles. Iolc at A severe gale shook things up at St. tor, turned oer to mo by order of collector, he didn't need. our samples. It in no trouble to show individual or corporation to attempt to Louis. Two peoplo were killed and one 1 Single llurrel Shot Uun el?ed by hltn at them. nn Illicit distillery on HuJTnlo creek in Owsprevent any of their employes from fatally injured. Winley county. Kv-- al"o one If Mr. North's bill prohibiting tho joining labor organizations. disUtile, seized l Steve Stone, the notorious Magotfin chesteron Clover Fork. him at an Illicit K'.. marriage of llrst cousins never becomes Ilarlau county, tillery By Mr. North Act to abolish office a law, it will have the effect of hurry- of assistant adjutant general. Also an county outlaw, was shot and killed by nil for violation of Internal revenue laws. Xotlco is hereby given to any party, or parT. I HANKY, Manager his son in Floyd county. ing up one wedding at least. An Inwild property to owning or act abolishing offices of assistant serconfessed to ties,their notice claiming A man at Napa, Cal., diana man engaged to his Kentucky geant, tipstaff and janitor of tho court Hie of said claim with the rekilling his brother, with whoso wife quired bond with me within :W days from cousi and tho day set for April 10th, of appeals, and creating tho office of this date, or Mime will be advertised forwilo the murderer was in love. has demanded an immediate marriage, special law clerk. J M CAKTEK. according to law Deputy Collector Mh Col. 'Nt . The Union Elevator, in St. Louis, as he wishes to run no risks. Ex post of BerIW The committee In the case Moreland. Ky Jan. 25, lsOs. wus destroyed by fire, entailing a loss facto laws aro unconstitutional and tram vs. Powers held a meeting and de- of nearly two million dollars. when he gets his girl he can laugh at cided to throw out all tho votes in the T. W. Samuels, aged 77, and one of Locksmiths and Lawmakers and bid Illwlll precinct in Wayne, thus giving ! the most prominent residents of Nelson defiance to Mr. North. Bertram a majority of six votes, and to county, Is dead at Deatsvllle. seating in favor It is said that the trusts and com- report formalityofof electinghim. Pau- Hobert Prosser, aged 13, shot Officer Mlos THE Tho bines, with which he is on most friendGilbert, of Mitchell, Ind., when the lino Hardin librarian was gone through burgly terms, will give a banquet to Attorlatter attempted to arrest him for WEEKLY received 01 lary. ney General Griggs before he leaves with Tuesday, when she republican opponent, Miss No-- i New Jersey that will cost 8100 a plate, and her Editor Urey Woodson's handsome LOUISVILLE Hardin or 83,000 for tho spread. Trusts and ra VanSant, 34 votes. Miss 1. steam yacht wa9 demolished by the Juno DISPATCH. combines pay high for their favors but will serve two years from gale which struck Owensboro Saturday SUCCESSOR TO J. B. IIIGGINS, South Trlmblo has presented u bill night. they must have them, and whatis more providing a fund for the building of a Willoughby Ashley, a farmer near adthe pity they get them under this EnA Straight Democratic Newspaper. new capltol. It leaves tho removul of ministration. Hopkinsville. was swept from his horse dorsed by the Inst convention as the the capital an open question, and proOfficial Organ of Democracy. heavy bushes and drowned In Pond a ticket Bcalper, la vides for commissioners who, after by Pink Ccneo, river. said to be booked for Italian Consul at 8300,000 has been realized, must act. Seventeen students at Rlchmondi For the Free Coinage of Silver. . A substitute for the McChord rate Louisville. Pink by any other name been suspended for For the Chicago J'latform. Is bill was presented to provide for a com- Va., College have might smell as sweet, but there For the Democratic Nominees. Agricultural Implements. Also agent for the Deering Binders, Mowand subjecting other students something about his business that mission to fix railroad rates on all the hazing For the Interest of the Masses. ers and Rakes. Also agent ior the Repairs for the above to gives people distrust. His name tho' roads In tho State, one to bo appointed machines. Will be glad to have those who C. P. Huntington has decided to ought to pull him through and will by the railroad commission, another by , think of buying to see my stock build an immense dry dock at Newport All the Latest Telegraphic News. doubtless find Its way to the Now York the railroads and a third by tho court will take uny battle All the Latest State News. News, Va., which Sun's collection of peculiar patronym- of appeals. All tho Latest Market Reports. XTZT world. Correct Court Reports. In the House Mr. Richardson, of ship in the ics. Fifteen Chinese pirates who attacked Correct Market Reports. Ageut for HLtscll Chilled Plow; the most Improved chill plow. Order taked for Coal Tennessee, made the assertion that the from T. L. Shclton's Coal Yard. now only two things In the world exactly tho European settlemeut at Haiphong Reliable News Reports. Both Houses of Congress hare $141,000,-00- 0 were killed by soldiers, and 10 were Honest Editorial Policy. passed tho bill appropriating alike were McKInloy prosperity and for pensions this year. Tho amount the Cleveland panic. This created a publicly executed. Weekly Dispatch A blinding suow storm accompanied Is much more than a third of all the discussion of great length and resolved And The by severe wind did much damage In expenses of tho government and fully itself into a political debate. carpenter was blown from Semi Weekly Interior Jourul, fla8100,000,000 of It Is downright and Mr. North's bill cutting down tho Chicago. A houso und killed. peogrant robbery of a fees allowed sheriffs for transferring tho top of a Both George Atkinson and his two daughple. prisoners was ordered advanced, dewere residents, shanty-boa- t One Tsar For Only $2.85. tho commit- ters, Braun, in his Iconoclast, speaks of spite an adverse report ofThe bill lim- drowned in Green river near Spotts-vllltee on general statutes. Sam Jones us a putrid mouth little during Saturday night's storm. blatherskite. This might be a case of iting magistrates and pollco judges to ! Charles Yeahney, who lives alono Daily examining the pot calling tho kettlo black, if 82 a day when sitting as Upper Sandusky, O., was taken near 111 and while In a stupor rats A METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER. Braun himself was not a vessel of an- court, was killed. Goebel told a reporter that seriously Senator other kind in domestic use, but not for ate nearly all tho llesh off of his face. Thoroughly Equipped with "the Legislature is going to pass some culinary purposes. Every Facility to keen yod Tho battlo ship Malno, has bcon orstringent measures looking toward tho daily posted upon nil the Havana, but Assistant SecreThe Legislative caucus In Tennessee protection of tho ballot box against dered to events of the world such frauds as woro perpotrated by tho tary Day says It Is merely the resumpis apparently hopelessly Spain. Daily, except Sunday, 0 montliH, 13; 'Phono Ko. 2. The Finger of. Past EKrlouoo Points Straight to BT" McMillan is In tho lead, with Turley republicans in tho presidential election tion of friendly relations with 1 year tb Dally, with Sunday, 6 mouths, bringing up tho rear. Any in 1806. Thero is not a particle of Tho fact that tho secretary of the 4; 1 year, $8. and Taylor body but Taylor should be tho cry and doubt that tho Bryan electors were navy has sent an order to the Dunonts . Address, THE DISPATCH, ", then some good man would bo nomi- elected in Kentucky by majorities at vv iminuuju, uui, u. Louisville, Ky. ! pounds of smokeless powder, is taken of from 10,000 to 15,000, but they were nated. Wont the Senate please confirm Dr. counted out In ADVICE TO MINISTERS. Given by a Minister. Preachers who practise it will preach better. - i lo open-hearte- d 835,-00- half-sli- ai'e'i'sfe,3M$' Laying Them Out e. SaveTime and Money po-cin- ) lihii'-L'rns- H Trouble FLANNELS, KL0NDYK6 dackets hnnd-floin- 5: 7N '- - SHIRTS, r Notice To Claimants. Guarantee A Fit. . 1 The Louisville Store SUBSCRIBE NOW . . .s,5fr7.&fe8f XX. 30. BRIGHT, : mzmim: .9 :. m Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Farm Wagons, s. 2TID X GET X X PRICES.- Tbe -- 1 WHEN YOU WANT long-sufferi- e, The Dispatch Prompt. Efficient And Satisfactory SERVICE, 1 dead-locke- d. ,. . PENNY'S DRUG STORE. svW. ftwwwH' .'.ru. &, tUw Mh twyffyf 'tv ijr f''ii,11 ' 'i g j "i .' 'jv m ;" ""'i!J'l"r1'f!,,W1irT"'Jf' '"ff W '' V i tI THEINTER10R JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., -- Let Dunks repair thnt watch. FiNEvlolin forsalc. Dunks, jeweler. m m PLOW anil Wauon & SbankH. Gear ut Wurren NBW spring styles of wall paper jus1 received. Prices right. W. 13. I- - NEW lot of plow gear at Hlgglns fi McKlnney's. Will soil publicly county court day 1.1 shares of First National Bank stock( Manager. Fire, wind and lightning Insurance. in Ave share lots. E. B. flnyden. E. C. Walton, Businp-bS"ceAgent II. C Baughman. Wanted. A small blue grass farm, Farm products taken In exchange with plain Improvements, near a good CASH PAID for life insurance policies. AUdrcaa W. S. Allen, P. O. liox, for coal. J. H. Baughman Jc Co. town. Address Box 50, Middlcsboro. 157, Diinvlllu, Ky. We hnvo a full stock of Falls Branch Special, or (lilllcult prcocrlptlon FOR Sale. House and four acres of work w.uy bo loft to us with thu utmost Coal now. J. II. Baughman Co. good laud, one mile from court-hous, conildi neo. Penny's Drug Store. YOUR account is now rendy and wo on Hubtonvllle pike. Apply to W. II. need tho money. Please call and sef Brady, Stanford. PERSONAL GOSSIP. mm s Jan. 28, 1898 PRICESTHATTELL lgPp3pP ffl Ta IL t ! t e, Thimble J. G. OAUOll, of Rockca9tle, Is with old friends hero. D. John Acton has located at Highland to practlco medicine. WVM. Povnter, of Mt. ; Vernon, waa hero on business Wedncsduy. Dr. J. H. Owslky has gono to Atlanta with a car load of cotton mules. J. tt. Halkh has gono on the road for Carter & Strnub's Enterprise Mills. Kbv. J. II. Faoaley went to O., Tuesday, to hold a meet-i- n Cum-minsvlllo, tic. B. K. "Woaren & Son. j,'. Mr. J. L. FllOllMAN, of tho Globe, Danville, was hero yesterday afternoon. KLKIN wont to Loulsvillo Tuesday to fctir up tho Maccaboo lodges M. 1 there. M18B Mary Davis, to-da- y of Louisville, r to visit Mrs. W. D. will nrrlvo McHoborts. MRS. E. C. Walton and children aro enjoying tho week with Huston-vlll- o relatives. Mrs. Johnson, who bn9 been visitd ing Mrs. W. A. Hail, returned to Hrod-heii- yoBterduy. Mr. GEORGE B. Pruitt, of More-lauwas down Tue.day to bo sworn in m notary public. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan, of Wuynt'sburg, aro visiting hor father, Mr. Vnl. Fagnlcy. Mrs. Stella Stephenson, of Pleasant Point, Is visiting frionds and relatives at Crab Orchard. Dr. J. B. Owsloy sold to Vools Walker, of Garrard, a pair of mare mules for ?200. for Mr. Love Lillaru left his sister, Mrs. Kansas City, where lloblnson. is very ill. Advocate. to-da- d, order to make people change them pany will present Dumns' masterpiece, oftoner tho Electric Light Co. here has Camllle, In Danville, next Monday reduced tho price of globes 60 percent. uight. Miss Blair's reputation Is such ,.mm m as to Insure u crowded house. Bank Stock. I will sell publicly next county court day eight shares of The 6oldiors aro still guarding the stock In tho Farmers Bank & Trust gate on the Dnnvllle pike. It costs the Co. R. C. Hockor. Stanford. Suite $35 a day, but It Is worth it in showing tho cowardly raiders that The colored society folks had a swell llioic is one gate they daro not tackle. hop at Odd Fellows' Hall In Maxvllle Wednesday night. Tho Danville orSEVEN whlto and three colored pubchestra furnished tho music. lic school pupils were being examined board composed of diplomas by The insurance companies have re- for Kate Boglothe Logan R. Hughes Miss and duced rates In fourth-clas- s towns from In Superintendent Garland Singleton's 20 to 25 er cent. Hustonvillo, Juncyestordny. tion City, Mt. Vernon and towns of their size get tho bcnctlt. Mr. Buck Hiatt says ho sold a cow the other day that .vas so rougulsh ho Ul to this date nothing has been was afraid for the children to drink her booked at the Opera Houso prior to tho milk as it might possibly affect them coming of Fields' Minstrels, Feb. 17. in that way. He had no fears of him. Country Opera House men do not find self, however. the business a Klondike by any means. MORE rain and somo fair weather THE astronomers are making much hae marked the progress of this ado over tho total eclipse of tho sun in January. It was clear yesIndia for a few minutes a few days ago, terday, but tho signal service predictforgetting the fact thnt it has been In ed increasing cloudiness for eclipse, or rather out of sight, in this with slowly rising temperature. country, for a whole month. IN to-da- y, m Eugenie Blair and a tlrst-cliis- s com- & Boxsoap, 3 cakes Mr I i -- :h 1 Men's good work shoes & :v Men's good dress shoes i?7 1 f Lead pencil lc Laundered percale shirt 25c 2c VVi : Hamburg ia? Li.li 25 cent Ladies' underwear lUc V&4 w 50 cent Men's underwear 38c JV 25 cent Wool hose 17c ; 50 cent Wool hose 38c m Jo cent Wool socks 15c ISH ffl 10 cent Outing cloth 7c .i4 12 cent Flannelette 9c fcv K New line of Hamburgs just received. m va Pretty patterns and low prices. Come in 11 SSJ and look at them. X3 3c 6c 00 00 m E21 .Ti w 1 I m t m m H Ka immimmmmmmM m W. H. SHANKS. A Negro woman, whose crime was the clubbing of a young white man's hc.td mto a pulp, was lynched by a mob of the young man's friends and relatives near Natchez. Miss. After being fatally wounded by a Negro, Charles Beard, Jr., of Vldalia, La., shot and killed his assailant and another Negro who made himself olliclous. John D. Black, of Barbourvillc, who was in Frankfort this week says it is attorney general and not governor, that he wants. Five people of Louisville tried to kill themselves Tuesday, but nono succeed- m two-year-o- ld the Danville Advolature, authorising police judge's to sol- cate with a comparison of the number emnize marriages becomes a law, wo of calls over its telephono exchange may look for this sign on a business with ours. For goodness sake let tho houeo in town: "W. R. Cnrson, police matter drop or wo shall have to put the the usual call over the lino in judge, marriage knots, cheaply nnd se- 0 first-ireferring to It hereafter. curely tied." When tho bill now before the Legis- AND now comes SECOND WEEK OF THE Great Slaughter Sale! .AT. f- - T THE Adair County News publishes Cash. The doctors have caught the tho eloquent speech of Col. T. P. Hill prevailing deslro for cash transactions nominating Gen. Frank Wolford for and huvu signed a paper to adopt the of the 30 appellato clerk, not us a matter of cash system. Twcntv-thro- o N. G. Tevis, who was Miss news, of course, but as a splendid spec- doctors in the county have their names Mrs. imen of oratory, as well as a contribu- to it and the others have promised to Hollo Cash, of Missoula, Mont., is tion to history. sign. A schedulo of prices has been hor sister, Mrs. Alice Cloyd. Slender Purses Don't Fear This Store. Forehand Buying will save adopted running from a single visit in ed. widow of Mrs. Emza Hanskoiuj, Death. Mr. John Bnugh, who mov- town at S1.50 to $50 for complicated cas you more in one year than painful pinching will in five. We are Hansford, pont several the late W. O. ed back to Kentucky after four weeks es. Mrs. Georgo W. DcBord. days with Loss Satisfactorily Adjusted And Hose; experience in Missouri, nnd bought Mrs. Valentine Faoaley was ta property at McKInncy, suffered tho of Will Tuttle for killing THE case ken with congestion of the brnin Wed- loss of his Utile Fronptlj Paid. son, Joe, aged 7, who John Haraner occupied the Boyle cirYou can't feel poor when you see our goo'ds and prices, for little nesday night and was very low yester-tla- died of pneumonia, on the third night cuit court for tho last two days. Col. money does the businees here. Ky. BllVANTsVILI.E, Welch had spoken for tho defense and his arrival. who has boon after Miss Daisy Parsley, Robert Harding for thn prosecution, To the Members of tho Kentucky Growers' Dress Goods were Si, now 72 Cts. CLOTHING No strings on with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elmoro for The young fellow ofthis county who when R. M. Ncwland left thereat 11:30 Insurance Co., and to Whom it May " 75, now 49 " this line useless to give prices. " tomo time, returned to London yester- said he know who raided a certain toll yesterday. Judge Breckinridge fcr " 50, now 39 " Come, touch and take as you will " Owing to tho munv Inquiries relative to day. gate In Boyle county, was summoned Tuttlo and Sam Owsley for the Com. " 40, now 29 " be pleased. Pants, all wool $2, " the Ios of mv dwelling liy tire. I wish to saj MRS. W. S. GRINSTEAO and little before tho grand jury to tell who they monwealth were to speak In tho after- for the bcnctlt of thoso Interested, that the k " 30 and 25, now 19 " now Si. 25; Jeans Pants, 75c now Nettle wont over to Jcbsamlno yester-- ' wore, answered that all ho know was noon. amount duo me under my policy In cii'-- of a total loss was determined! when I made my Standard Calicoes, 4c, Ginghams, 50c; Jeans Pants, Si, now 75c; day to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. II. that certain coplc were notnt prayer As we go to press a dispatch comes application nnd as shown by my policy. Owand 5c Jeans Pants, $1 2;, now 98c; Jeans meeting that night and he supposed that Tuttlo was acquitted. The ver- ing to my absence In Virginia my lo.f was Turner. Pants, Si. 50, now Si. CSTCutonall Domestics. not certified by Mr. G. T. Hlgg'lnbotham, C. Price, of the K. C, has they wero in tho raid. Gait. P. dict will give general satisfaction. Chairman of Garrard county board, to the of J. C. Florence tho cotuigo rented company for payment until Nov. 23d, and SHOES. See our Si sho, re- MILLINERY AND LADIES' F. G. Brady, who is a natural genI slxtj nd joining his store and will goto houseMiddlehurg. Green Russell, aged In less thanamountdays thereafter Torreceived duced from Si. 50. Reduction on WRAPS. solvenInsured for. ius, is making a model of Washington',) tho entire keeping. 7S, died at hie homo hero a few days cy and cheapness every farmer should all of our shoes including Drew, These must go, can't carry them .Sin. William Dawes has gono to house and tomb at Mt. Vernon, from ago and was buried in tho family buryour company before Insuring elsewhere. Selby & Co., Rockland, Smith & over, therefore will be sold regardYours truly, N. N'oe. Louisville to have one of his eyes tak- drawings nnd measurcmenta of the ing ground. Besides a wife ho leaves less of value. Stoughton and Russell & Son. Ho has completed above speaks for Itself and thoc buildings. The en out, which has boon troubling him historic He left a will be protection to their property against tho tomb, which is an exact reproduc- seven children. and wind ut a for some time. queathing his estate of Sl.500 to his tire, lightningof earning It, prlculu accord Watch that Bargain Counter, for they are good things that must bid should confer with the cost JUNE H. KKID and pretty Miss Ermu tion in mlnaturo. Ho intends to send wife, and after her death tho remainfarewell to space and lead lives of usefulness wherever placed. with I). W. Dunn, Danville, solicitor for thu models to the Paris Exposition. Doty, Hyattsvllle, soMorc, of Hustonvillo, brought Mies Hole der is to go to tho school district in licitor'county, Jesocounty. II. C. Haughman, for Garrard Mlnnlo Woods to tho K. C. for Paint Caught a Cat. For somo tlmo Mr. which ho lived. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Stanford. R. H. Kendall. General Manager, Lick yesterday. William Burton bus been missing his Coulter will celebrate their silver wed- Lexington, Ky. Misses Anon ALCORN nnd Nannie chickens ouo a lime and a few nights ding Saturday. J, C. Coulter Is back LHSMJNS IN Carson, of tho Turnersvlllo section, ago he set a steel trap near tho en- from Atlanta, whero ho sold tho pick left Wednesday to enter tho Normal trance of his hen house. Tho next of his cotton mules at 300 and the re- Physical Culture And Vocal Expression. School at Bowling Green. morning hu was surprised to find a huge mainder at HQ to $55. Ho sold n lot of by COL. W. G. WELCH, who has sulfur, whlto cat in tho trap and now ho is horses at $50 to 375. Nora Murphy You will want Towels for tho ew Carpets and Mattings in ed with rheumatism for somo time, has sure that tho felino had been doing the o tho roll. In addition to these wo Batli Room. Buy at the beginChristinus time, At Mrs. E. L. Ilhlncheatt'a resilience Ind., Springs, work for him. It weighed 11 pounds Buncokd. About gono to tho Martinsville, have Samples representing a ning of tho vear wliilo wo aro Dr. W. II. O'lliiniioii's. with tho hoo of Improvement. nnd was full of light until Mr. Burton when tho editor was expecting every hundred thousand dollar stock. oflcring special inducements in Mrs. GoodUntcht Una studied the science body to send him presents, a largo and been trained In the Art of Vocal Ex- . George B. Weaken went to Cincinput Its light out. We can furnish you tho carpets these goods. package camo to his address marked nrcviion in me uei scjioais 01 ursuoiy in made and put down at less than nati Tuesday to buy tho spring stock A monstrosity In tho ahaio of a "perfonal" and although he was a lit- lloston wltoro the subject Is more thoroughcity retail prices. There has been of buggies for B. K. Weurun it ly htudlt'd ami bolter taught than an ndvnncu of fie nnd 10c per child was born to tho wife of Tom tle staggered at tho fact that there In Europe or America. Bed Wearun accompanied him. yard on many goods since wo No matter what Yeager, W. F. Plummet, who works on Josiah Ander- wero 'do charges on it, ho gave up his one needs this tho tho vocation In life every Mr. and Mrs. J. II. well bought most important as You can save time and money Sheridan and MUs Suo Rout, J. C. son's farm, on Dlx River, several days good money to llnd that the packago as tho most useful of all Arts. Mrs. by buying your Sheetings of us. gives speclul attention to tho trainMiss Clara Lackey, II. C, ago. Tho little thing had two perfect contained about 1,000 unopened letters, Balloy and ing of teachers, lawyers and preachers. In addition to Sheeting by yard Baughman and Miss Georglo Wray and ly shaped heads and three arms. Ono addressed to tho "Santa Claus Editor, Lessons from 8 a. m. till 4 r. xi. on Brand new line Smyrna and we havo plain and hemstitched Saturdays. Tor furThursdays and tho It. M. Nowland saw Clay Clement at head was considerable larger than tho of tho Louisville Times," with this Moquette Rues. We sell Laco sheets at a little more than other, but neither was short of fea lino, "Hero are a fow letters, which wo ther Information call on or address Mrs. O. material costs. Danvirio Wednesday night. Mr, during above specified hour at Curtains nnd Portierres cheaper At other times at her home one MR. G. C. AliKAIIAM is down with tures, all of which wore proportionate. didn't have time to open.' Tho writthan any one Let us show you e Danville pike. S9 on these and save you money rhcumallon, Miss Kitty Abraham is Tho third arm camo out between its ing was plainly that of Editor Logan, mile from a dislocated hip, received shoulders, but there was no hand on It. who had taken that method to convince laid up with Dining by a fall, and Miss Sidney Abraham Is Fortunately tho child, which was of tho us thnt our ebargo that tho paper kept You novor had to many too mon, night and day, ill with a complication of troubles. All feminine gondcr, died a fow minutes two Money saved is money mnde, Difih Towels Havo them all and Its mother has boon writing such letters, was gratuitous of them live at Mr. W. F. Abraham's after its birth is at old adage, 'tis nono the less prices and qualities. Half Linvery 111 since tho birth and it is feared untrue. Wo were glad to bo convinced true on account of ago. Post en Crash, 5c; all Linen Crash at In tho East End. yoursolf on what 'he new tairfl 7 Jc Extra wide all linen crash we wero In error, but did" not feel who has been that she can not get woll. that Mr. John s. Wells, will do for linens and then com e at 10c that to pay 35 cents for tho knowledge at Mr. W. B. McRoborts1 drug store IN and let us save yon money. S. M. Owens has was a proper application of our hard Jail. Sherlll for several years, during which tlmo ho R can furnish your house from Garret to Cellar.' made an excellent reputation as a located Charley Adams, who stole Hon. earned money. A month has passed has J. S. Owsley's cattlo and sold them to and no explanation, apology or return compounder of prescriptions and mndo is many friends besides, has severed his Eugene Wood. He in jail at London of tho money having been made, though engage in for stealing u horse from his mother wo hnvo waited patiently especially for connection with it and will Is tho drug business for himself somo and known there as Prank Ward, tho latter, wo now sorvo notico on tho section, likely Danvlllo, which is his real namo. His father is owners, editors und proprietors of tho where In this a resident of Luutol and says that the serpontino and wolverine c, flL "X X 2 Mr. T. D. Ewino, who has been boy has given him u great deal of trou- vespertine, CO0r sheet that unless tho '15 cents is immeplace handling tho malls bctwoen this ble. He made u younger brother help diately returned to us with legal Intersomo tlmo, haa been and Richmond for AND HARhim rob a Swiss for which tho latter is going to be troublo In do STYLISH, RICH transferred to tho Cincinnati and Nash- serving a term in tho penitcntiury, but est, thero's MONIOUS with tho wholo whangdoodlo set ville division, and ho and his pretty Frank tnunuged to escape and coming lun' mourning for its editor, becauso he Is are tho beautiful effects In our clioloo stock Ew-in- g wife left yesterday morning. MrB. of carpets and draperies for doors nnd to this county stolo u hog from W. 1. The colors aro deep and rich, and will make hor homo at Smith's Grimes and rot two years. Mr. Owens not. toned down to tho most exquisite or neutral Grove for the present. Elmoro Erttcs, wrote the jailer to hold Ward alius City man who was recently tints. Our one moquettes, axmlnsters and A Kansas of Glasgow, haa succeeded Mr. Ewlng. Adutus after they get through with married had relatives In St. Louis nam- wo have the beautiful effect that a flower Our Chonllle or among tho carden at twltlcht given.selling at reduced Uiigdad portieres wo aro him up there, but as there arc two Co- ed Damm. At tho wedding, LOCAL MATTERS, read was a tel- prices. lony cases against him thoy aro not like- congratulatory missives Have It put on while tho weather Is bad. Louis, saying: "Ac ly to do so soon. By tho way Cluronce egram from St. Banks fits spectacles. Hall, who was In jail hero for shooting cept congratulations 01 ino wuoio - - Kentucky. hi cost. See ad. J. H. Baugh- tho rascal, gavo bond Wednesday. If Damm family." Coal man & Co. by tho ex ho Is over tried for tho offense tho iurv Three people wero killed Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at ' Mad- of Cooking Stoves and Ran- should lino him heavily for not boinff u plosion, of a railroad locomotive at a NEW lino Hustonville, Kjr. ' Uon, Wis. better markf-mau- . ges at Warren & Shanks'. y The Charles Wheeler Emporium, HUSTONUILLe. KY. vis-Itln- g Making it Hot for Hard Times. y. Con-cor- n: 1 e 4$ "a con-Mtl- er dc-hlr- lnc m housekeepers Supplies The Parlor. The Bath Room. Coodknight, oppo-blt- Son-Harri- s eNo-wlie- re The Room. Good-knlgl- it Tues-day- The Sitting Room. l'htno-licart- v. court-hous- Room. The Kitchen. able-bodie- d j-- Wc -- 1 mmMMmmmmimmm WE HA VE A SEVERANCE St SC -- ? 2.5 wlu-dov- rs. Top For That Buckboard Of Tours ifl W. W. WITHERS, Stanford, B. K. WEAR EN A SOW. ti A t - d H-THE INTERIORJOURNAL u.'bUBlioS.T'Moa Aysla..A AT ZTxi.&o.tra V ' Penny's Drug Store TEH. bad. Then he lost nu itemper nnil went so far visited Mr. and Kev. W. R. Davidson As to baw tmilb luster all through SS PKBYKAU IX ABVANCJC Mrs. R. D. Padgett Sunday. Mrs. DolMAP. charged. When not so paid S2.GO will o ly Moscr was on a visit to Mr. V. F. He puffed nnd blew till ho spoiled hU shape, Camden and M D. McKcnzle. V. S. o ho took the water cure In AP, Dcnson, who left a few weeks ago to L0G5L He tcok a sliowor bath every day. make his future home in Virginia And was most dUacreeablo nil through amonir his bovhood friends, has return MAY. Is good enough ed and says Kentucky Then summer cumo nnd ho changed liH tune-A- ny for him. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. fool can be good lu Mr. Bright Ferrlll came homo SaturJUNK. and 4 p. ra day and staid till Monday. Uncle Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. ra.m. Hut the strain wai o great that by and by p. returning at 4: 23 ji. in. ami 9:03 Clark Reynolds is quite low with a He was taken with fever in JUIA . KNOXVIUE DIVISION. complication of diseases and Is also He only just escaped the morgue. many friends hope 12 nearly blind. His P No. 24 Train going North Ills temperature wns so nigii in " No 28 " Mr. S. H. AUG. 2 04 p lu to see him better soon. No! 23 " " South 12. put Gooch's friends are thinking of adver " Never were resolution kept " " Ho. 23 Kor allll'olnts. tising for him, as ho has been away So well as In convalescent SEPT. SOLD. HO'JGH TICKETS three weeks in tho picture business, When ho recovered the world was shocked, TttKOUQH. BAGGAGE CHECKED For ho painted tho country red In when he can hardly over bo kept away For any Information enquire ol OOT. Miss Eva Is with more than two weeks. Then he bowled and raged llko a fiend In JOE S. MCE, Agent, bring him back. Stanford, Ky. him though, and will love. He wns full a9 lie could bo of remorse lu wo judge by tho way your Huston-vill- e If NOV. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNAT scribe writes one would be led to It's plain, said he. this thing must cease, VIA OEOUUfcTOWN. believe that tho Hustonvlllc people I'll swear off again at the end of A. M DKO. A.M. M. . want tho earth and fullness thereof. ... Ar km 200 Ltc, Somerset, Oliver Herford, In Life. 8 20 Not satisfied with the eherltf himself ..!:. Jet. City. "1 315 630 ArrGcoreetown, Lt 9 83 4 60 OS 3 00 from that district, he says tho people 80 Franklort, 11 M 20 With refcreuce to his trouble with o deputy If Mr. Ow5 30 of that end "claim a 8 40 Arr Paris 6 10 Mayor Menofce, J. R. Routt wrote a ens needs another." It strikes us that Dally except Sunda jr. of the case, C. D.DEnCAW.G. P. A. Rustonvllle ought to be satisfied with long statement of his side but as It does not materially dltier from ono sheriff at a time, especially when QUEEN & CRESCENT. and publish only tho she has the high sheriff. Just think ours, we omit It Trains pass Junction City as follows: concluding paragraph. 3 51 p m for a moment Mr. Hustonvlllc when did 12 02 p m No. 2 North No. 1 South I have alwavs tried to live a straight, 3 24am 12 02 am " 4 No. 3 " for the sheriff's office. 132pm Waynesburg ask 1131am " 6 " honorable life". The only thing I know No. 5 " 600am And" again he says, "The West End that could be said against mo Is that I 8 20pm "10 " No. 9 No and 2 do not stop 9 and 10 run no further which furnishes tho democratic majoriWlr in n hur room. Of COUrSel WOllld than Junction City ities," as though Waynesburg never rather engage otherwise, but some time they can. I pcoplo havo to do held an election. Now don't It strike guess my troublesthe best and expenses are Royal Makes the food pur. you Mr. Hustonvillo that, population irnnifn tn mrwt unonlo in last vear whotMone aaS dttlclooi. considered, Waynesburg furnishes as and consequently I had to work at many and as large democratic majori something, i am .i years om unu nuvu pistol one step In my ties as you. If she don't pay as much nover carriedT a xnottod trouble tho iren- Mfrt nnrf bnil taxes, wo think Waynesburg snouiu tleman couldn't have pushed It on me. have a deputy If Mr. Owens needs an- Ho says he la ashamed of It and I think he should be, and he also says he hasn't other. anything against me. Why surely not because I've done nothing to him, nnd LAND AND STOCK. further I wish to say, that I wouldn't W. P. Givens boupht at Lancaster harm a hair In his head, nor damage hlra one cent's worth If I could. And Monday a bunch of yearling steers at am glad I was unable to get to hlra with 923. my hatchet, and very glad that ho fall-e- a In his murderous attack with his Fat hogs at 3$c and 100 barrels of 82 wanted In trade at Mark knife. It Is true thnt I haven't any of corn at this world's goods to live for nnd enHardin's. joy, but I have a great deal to live for. Baron Rogers will be shipped to Rus- I hao a sweet, llttlo motherless baby Absolutely Pur sia oy his owner, Mrs. Lora Caton, ,of that I want to see grow and bloom Into protect Adralff, Mich., who paid 83,000 for beautiful womanhood to Respt., and do all I can for her. Most him. J. R. Routt. BAKJN9 POADtfl CO. M YORK. J. M. Roberts and J. C. Hays sold in times as Garrard 23 yearling steers at 817; a lot Alaska U two andone-hal- f of heifers at $13 to 815.50 and some largo as Texas. It Is 18 times as large A. S. cows at 2 to 2!c. as all Now England. It Is as largo as Surgeon Balk Line, Carroll Rcld's old favor- all tho States East of the Mississippi Dentist, ite, won the mile handicap at New Or- and North of the Ohio, Including Vir LfJIMIL leans Tuesday over a Held of good ones. ginia and West Virginia, it maKes He was favorite. San Francisco East of our center. Its Store In thefcOwsley Office OTer McKoberu' Two business houses In Cynthlana, coastline Is 2(5,000,000 miles. It has Building. glazier In the d and 952 acres of land near that place, the only property of T. J. Meglbben, brought world. It has the best yellow cedar in $41,000 under the hammer. the world; tho greatest seal fisheries; Seldon Renaker, the great poultry tho greatest salmon fisheries. A man makes the young feel old, and the old feci that life is not worth the living;. It's a dan- raiser of Harrison, has handled this standing on a bank of tho Yukon 150 ger signal of Kidney Disease the unerring season 1C0.O00 turkeys, 18,000 geese, miles from Ita mouth can not see tno evidence of weak, inactive and sore Kidneys. chickens and sold 1,300,000 eggs. other bank. Tho Yukon Is 25 miles Any person cured of Kidney weakness will A Bensatlonal jump was made in wide, 700 rallea from its mouth. With tell you that when the back ceased to ache, aH troubles ended. Neither liniments, nor In wheat, January selling at a dollar Its tributaries it is navigable 2,500 plasters, nor electricity can cure it. The for a short while and closed at 974c. miles. teat of the trouble is not in the skin, flesh or Corn, oats and provisions also advancmuscles. It's la the Kldmn. An exebance says: uThIs paper is ed. it can be you F. P. Bishop has bought during the like merchandise, it la for sale. If desire to have your part of lt stopped, past week in tho West End a car load como and say so. We do not look upon fully two years I haTe been afflicted with of hogs at 2i to 3c and a lot of butcher "For a man with undying hatred if be wanta kidney tronble and pain in back. I tried many stuff at 2 to 3Jc. a gen remedies and bad given tip hope that anything A Barren county farmer raised 000 to stop his paper and does It like could help me. I was induced to try your bushels of artichokes on one acre of tleman; and we don't beg him to conUobbs SfKiraffU.i Kidney Pills, and am pleased tinue it, either. It is a straight matto tay that two boxes have entirely cured me. ground the past season, and says they you pay your money I am entirely restored to health by the pills, in are the best thing on earth to fatten ter of business and take your paper. If you pay up all they hare made me a new man. It Is hogs. fact orsurely a wonderful remedy, and I advise all D. A. Baugh, real estate agent, sold you owe on back subscription and similarly afflicted to give these pills a fair trial." It will be to his brother, John Baugh, a house and der your paper discontinued, Chas. Glover, 214 W Green St., Louisville, Ky. was begun. four acres of land In McKlnney, 40 stopped as cheerfully as It vou hear a man blowing about acres of blue grass land and 50 of knob When you land, the property of Wm. Davidson, not being able to stop his paper, bet your suspender buckles he owes for 81,200. Cattle were In demand at Winches- back subscription." Kidney Pills. ter Monday, best bringing 4c. Mules Angelo Carbone, un Italian, convictFOIt SALE AT were also In demand. Two pairs sold ed on what seemed positive evidence of for 8225 per pair, and several sales murder by a New York court, and senmade to farmers at 800 to 880 each, says tenced to die yesterday, was saved by STANFORD KV tho Democrat. tho capture and confession of the real B. G. Fox & Co. bought at Lancaster murderer. AAAA4AAAAAA4A4AAAAA444AAA The perpetrator of tho! Monday 13 horses at 850 to 880 and at crime boasted of It and was cuught In : . Nlcholasvillo yesterday six at 850 to Baltimore, and Carbone way almost I : 890. These are for the Southern trade. crazy with joy at his miraculous escnpc ; ; A. B. llutchlngs and B. G. Fox also from death. bought last week for the home trade 10 iVb THE POPULAR Fire, presumably of Incendiary ori4f4rWW? horses ut 8100 to 8135. Danville Advogin, started in the brick warehouse of cate. M. Sallee's farm a straw stack Ishum Ralley, at Versailles. Tho On J. postolllce adjoining, the Harris was blown over and smothered two cattle. F. D. Spottswood, agent for G. & grocery and department store and the dealer In muJ'M C. P. Cecil, sold to B. C. Patchings, of building of J E. Groves, destroyed, enMayland, N. Y., the trotting stallion sical instruments, were I Ceclllan. 2:101, by Gambetta Wilkes, tailing a loss ol 805,000; insurance I ot"4"JT,fi dam Jeanlc C., for nbout 81,200. Ad- about half this amount. ntttftjftjt! vocate. head-encollision near WAYNESBURG. Tho frame of the now- - depot is up nnd the work is bcinp pushed. It will not bo very lttrpe, but a nice, convenient building and will beat none mighty OALENDAK OF GOOD INTENTIONS. Said Father Tetupus. I havo n plan, I'm gulng to swear off on tho first 6f Hut his resolution began to ebb. He was two days shy by tho end of LAUNCHING THE BATTLESHIP. For tho launching of the battleship "Kentucky" at Newport News, Va., the Cucsnpcnko nnd Ohio llnilwuy will make tho following round trip rates from points unmed: TINNING J: T. Jones, STAMFORD, ICY., H. D. PHILLIPS. Gvm. & PLUMBING, nd Xioote Smith, STAN FORI), KY. .TAN. 5jjvrejJ igRMI flj( cud, " k the papers Through sleepers will run from Lexington. For detail Information wrilo or call on anv agent, or George W. Barney, D P A., Lexington. Ky. All kinds of rcpiltlng done at resMiu.ble rale Is now prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing Upholstering a secliliy. 6itllctlon guaranteed, From Lexincton. fl2; Winchester, 12; and Tinning. Solo proprietors of Dean's No. Mt. Sterling, $12; Paris, $12; Frankfort, lllaek Diamond Roof Taint . Telephone .i Shop on Mill .. oppsito $12 75: Richmond. $12.25: Lancaster. $13- - 20. residence. & 21- Co.'s Mill Stanford, $13.25, mid correspondingly low II. Raughman The crack barber. Is now back at bis old ready to rates from nil other Central Kentucky stand lu Mrs. Egbert's store-rooshave and haircut. All points rIvo you n llrst-clnneeding work should call on him. He Is Reduced rates havo been made at tho 5 sure to please you Crab Orchard, Ky Hotels at Newport News and nt Old Point Lincoln Circuit Court. Comlort, which ison'y n few mi es distant Hunt, plaintiff. vi. Hutchlns nnd connected by Electric Car Service W. E. Vamon, Administrator, defendent. No other trip ever offered as niniiv T77. events ns does this ono. People Notice to Creditors. Pursuant to an order of referenco In the Kentucky havo tho rnre op- alwvestvled ease made at the November from portunity of witnessing combined Army term ISO, of said Court nil persons having nnd Navy life at tho most historic spot in claims ngalnst the estate of Margnret Hlbb tho United States are directed to produce them to the ComThink of it? The landing place of tho missioner athlsolllce InStanford, Ky., ouor prop"MJUUUJUi Jamestown settlers, the Pocohontas and before tho 31st dnv of January. DiM, on or directs, and Cnpt. John Smith incident, Cornwallls erly verified us the law : will hear i before that day surrendering I1I3 Urltlsh forces, the butt e and determined the Commissioner any other questions raised Offlce on Ijincasteitreet at Residence. of the Monitor nnd Morrluinc, and last, by the order of reference and nil tho parties but in tho same class, tho launching of In Interest herein mav Introduce proof bethe most powerful battleship of our Nary, fore the Commissioner In any of tho natters and it will bo called Kentucky" Think set out lu the petition. R. C. WARREN, Com'r. Jan. lllli. 189s. of it. As soon ns tho date of launching is tct Kentucky Huitonville, - tied on, it will be given wide publicity in ROBERT FISH, m ss ILSTOTICIE. sou'-stirri- D21. B. PEN,1TT,I ,' In-ln- OeullHt, Stanford, K. J. T. SUTTONT, Undertaker, A. C. SINE, .Dealer In..... Offer his service to the people orVet Lincoln and Casey counties. Full stock ot Cotnnsaud haud. w D. 8. Canenter. Manager. "6 A young man was tndictcd ut Knox-vill- o for vlolatlou of tho "Johnny" law, which makes It a misdemeanor for a mnn to tllrt with u school girl. NOTICE 1 PUBLIC SALE! Of Thoroughbred LUMBER, AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. Stock. I will nt my farm on tho plko leading from Stanford to Crab Orchard. 3 miles from Crnb Orchard and 7 from Stanford, on All pen.on ha vine; claims ucalnst the estate of lt. T. Pierce. Liberty. Ky.. asslK'iied, are hereby notified and requested to present their said claims, verified as required by law, to tli it umlerslRned assignee at Commercial Hank of Lllwrly. Ky.. within M da vs from this date. All persons Indebted to the etatof said Pierce willntcall and nettle ato ald banks other-w.onco with said assignee ults will lJ filed on all unsettled U. A. PRF.WITT. Asilgnee. claims. Liberty, Uy. 24. 18t7. IK-c-. 1 Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 1898, highest bidder the following de- acrllx'rt irojMrty. commencing nt 10 o'clock. Clinton. Jr.. a Jack, beautiful black. 13k hands. Tone and rnntrr. fluetttvle anil action; has proven a gixxl breeder. He Sell to the was sired by Cllntou. he by Hcoolmr. T. L. SHELTON, ROWLAND. KY.. . LOUISVILLE1 HOTEL Has Gone Back into thu Louisville, Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PIjAXS. The Ladies Restaurant Is the flneM In the city. Every convenience for Indies spending the day in the city. (Jcntlunt-waic on omte hooi. n Coal o. Business. V POWDER mtfi , ROYAL PRICE, he by Prince 2nd. he by I'rluce "lt, luiHrted by Adams & Alford. Dam. flue jennet owceil by Allen & Heatv, of Clinton Co. Prince, beautiful black Jack, 4 years old, IIS hands, line style ami action. Sired by Joo Illackbtirn, Jr., ho by Joe Blackburn, he by Prince 3rd. ho by Prince 2d. he by Prince 1st. Imported by Auams A Alford. Tom. tine black Jack, 3 years old. 15 hands and of tlno stvle and action. Jlrd by Joo lllackburu. Seo his pedigree above. The dam of the above three lacks U n bl'k Jennet. 13 hands nnd a tine Individual, owned by L. D. Garner. Crab Orchard. Howling Green, Jr.. teautlful bluck Jack, 4 years. 10 hands and flue. Colt of M S. Ilnughman's Imp. Howling Green. Three Jennets with colts, all well bred nnd In line trim. Lot of O. I. C. Hogs, males and females, nnd many other things. Teiims Sums Si'O nud under cash; over a credit of 12 months, with good negotiable note bearing 0 per cent. Interest. Terms must bo compiled with before propcrtv Is MRS. N. A. UARNtfll. removed. J. V. Chandler, Auc'r Crab Orchard, Kv. And will keep constantly on hand tne .Mil-eCoal and Falls Hrauch and other ask thu patronage or tun puiiiic. rinmoru f III) W....I ... ....v jri('llMI. n l... wm ......1 rttiii lunfii n.ilnr. Willi J. II. Illggttis, which will receive prompt at .,.-..- tention oir.Mv... Mason Hotel .MIU5. THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Manager. - Tuesday, Thursday nnd Sunday Music Evening U. I), SIMPSON, 1'ror . ltncnNtcrt tablo. meet Kvcrythlng trains t Kentucky. bed: splendsd M ,. N'ewlv (urniahed; clean firet-cIaK- Porters Opportunity of Your Life A Vh.vntnr. flne Residence nnd stock vim running of wheat and corn for sale. Mill -- first-clas- u. s, up-to-d- 50 iwirrel flouring H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Kv., Wf IHkW, aHW AHSW Stanford, Ky. Di-u- r WAGES OF SIN A emirv .miv full time and aispos'P satisfactory prices. The plant nbould be "Mil IJsold at a to barmjln. Ill health forces me to quit the milling business. Terms a,y Call on or ' 0. ANAltsIUL K. addrvw.. Hustonvllle. Ky. Is Receiving his Fall And Book for Young and Old. OUR RECORD CSU. 1878 WE CURE NERVOUS forest-covere- FIRE IHSURflNCE Winter GoocIh Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Joua V. BACKACHE BLOOD, SKIN PRIVATE DISEASES 30,-0- 00 250,000 DISEASED! Insurance PHBXIX Company OP BROOKLYN. FOUNDED 18O0. Caitlbuak, . O. Lavuam. MEN 2; lOYAb OF LIVERPOOL. CURED CURED PARAGUft - when Ignorant of tho terrible crime you were comralttlnr. Did rou onl r eonlder the fiifcinntinr allurementi of this evil habit? When too late to avoid the terrible result, were your cyci otoned to your peril? Did you lter on In rnan- liwl rnntri.t nnv PHI VATK or II LOO D dleaie? Were you cured? Do you now nnd then seo nomo alarming- ryrapiomsf Dare you marry In your present Vou know. "1,1 KB FATH Kit. LIKK SON." If married, aro you llvius In dread? I marrlaso a failure with you on account of any weak-ne- s caufod by enrly aliuio or later Unto you been drafted with mercury? This booklet will lolnt out to you tho result of thefo crimes ami tmint out how our NEW .MKT1IUD TKKA'f. euro you. It MKNT will hows how thousand havo been laved by our NEW Tl'.KATMKNT. It pmvpj OUAKANTKI! TO CUltK how we ANV CL'KAHLK CASE OK NOPAY. Wo trent nnd cure KMIhSIONh, VAiLTrnt'Ki.i:. fiVi'illbltJ. OLKKT. eon-dllloly VnitllP lUUillJ CURED 250.000Hve lllll mAN aralntt Tou Caledonian : Insurance INSURANCE COMPANY Co., of Scotland. finned natare R.B.MAHONY.Agt., STANFORD, KV. B3RBEE & C3STLEH3B. managers, Louisville. Farmers Bank&Trast Co OP STANFORD, KY. Commerce ;Building. Agents Tliroujliout the outh. Fill up Capital, Surplus, fullT tirutected S200.000 OC 17.S03 80 local Agent,- - I1t provision re of Us charter, aredtixwitor lu National lUnka, Je-Ilor Stanford, Kentucky, JH en :? . 1 ' aM dltcarc. STKIOTl'KK. IM POTENCY, DIS-Cll DRAINS. I'NNATPHAIi AKUJ&. KIDNEY and ULADDEK SK-OK- stock thervlnai extent of tho amoiintof theirto thoamouut value thereof, inad.lillon J In uch Bharra. It way act inlnlstiator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an Imllv dual.d tliuw who hare entrust-eTendVrlniour thanks to their business tou., we trust the 'will cout i todoso.andweorter as aRuaranteefor proinptat. d experience In tie ir J.C.cCbAY tcntlonto.ameollr20y,ar; with sound hauling. hank-luicau- as are consistent tHrrl4T4J 4tftftijtt; JWlWJ CURES GUARANTEED iit free by "The Wawi of Sin" onrlntlni?- --'(r itlmn. CONSl'LTATIOX t. 1. "..;:..- .it unnnia to ran. wn;o inr OH EST I ON II LA Mi lor 11U.M1S DIRECTOHS. J. J. u liu;i;. J.S Ow.ley.Sr., Oouch, William j Kuiiirv. Wllllami, Mt. Vernon; W. 11. Cuuuulns, PreachersTllle; TREATMENT. J. " I' S. H. hhauWs, Last, J. r. ferfeioi Kennedys Kergan J, N. Mencfee. orricsas ware-bous- e, 4 kl..l.l. TTWVa oTTVVi tVi:: 1.! Sl i4v TF.f;ii;tfiiti You. A Word To 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. S. H. Shanks, rresldent: Cashier; J. II. 0ley V. M. lJrbt Teller FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAN FORI), KY. UHDBHTAKEE! And Dealer In I'I'tTw I lrt"i"llT; AT 11:! x4'4i itirtjttiftjfj M kW W VV nit! ivTrtrtri Pi a VIA I I ' i Hri ! 1V gW 1 s I vsw KKA'K ml J. XEEB, ! E. K.BACOX, VFW TI7TJ7 Wvp V TT V w TT TT TT V T.T V TJ7 T,T TiT w TIT w wW w w ww vPvPVPi w w w w w w w wTv W W iw . iiMfsmtiiMinuiiimiiiiimtr !' I i i I i'JL' "J.1 WWWVWW W W W '' i MardlGras festivities of the most elaborate character this year at New Orleans and at Mobile. The Royal Road Is tho Queen & Crescent. Vestl-bnle- d trains Cincinnati to New Orleans In 24 hours. Excellent through service. Only line running Cafe, Parlor m am and Observation cars. One fare round Land and aLlvingaro bestand cheaptrip for tho occasion, from all points on Now South. Land $3 to 85 the Queen & Crescent. W. C. Rlncar-so- est in the Easy terms. Good schools an acre. G. P. A., Cincinnati. and churches." No blizzards. No cold mm The people of tho United States used waves. New illustrated paper, 'Land 2,096,203 tons of sugar last year. That and a Living," three months for 10 cts. is 05 pounds per capita, and Is moro In stamps. W. C. Rlnearson, G. P. A., than is used In every other county of Queen & Crescent Route, Cincinnati. tho world. George Noble, a mall carrier, was It Is now said that tho "Kentucky'i can not be launched before the last of robbed of bis horso and mall pouches by two masked men near Jackson. March. n, freight Upton Station, on tho L. d N., two trainmen, W. H. Miller, engineer, and LeeElston, brakeraan, and a tramp were killed and rive operatives were Injured. A conductor on one of tho trains overlooked orders and that caused the collision. In a d this is the only National Hank In Stanford. the prorlslous ot the, Katlonal IJank Act depositors are secured not only by thy capital stock, g.uouut buty the stockholder.' llahlllly lor an insiitu-Uo- n o that wualtn the .lock a fund deiwslior. of till .worn olW.OOO. Hre secure.! by Rids will be received till Jan. 31. 1808, for Utenienta of the condition ol the Hank are mad; the pauper practice, by magisterial districts each year to the United State Government examine.1 at Hated t we. by government to continue to Oct. 1. ut not exceeding the following sums: Stanford S7J. Crab Orchard, kjenti'thu securing additional and s;rlect alet; Including poor bouse, 8123, Wuynesburg S75. UThu?fns0tUutlon orlulnallr established a. the .......III. K "lA.""" ri..a.ll. innil-- 1 III1U t UH1!1. IMVU- - posit Hank of Stanford In 1S3S, then reorganlied M IIUSIUUYIIIU SI". .(.w..u Iclnu. the National Hauk ofStanlord In 18M andagaln JAMES P. IIAILEY, First National Hank of Stanford as O. n. COOPER. ha. bad practically an uninterrupted exist. HARVEY HELM, encVforM years. It i better iupplle.1 now wU. and libC'otnmlttco facilities for transacting business promptlyhonorable erally than ever beforeln Its long aud Individuals, fiduciaries, arm career. Account of and Individual solicited. DIRXCTO. J. W. Hayden, Stanford F. Held, Lincoln Co. Dealers Jn- SIT. Harris, ?,uhmtn' T. 1 " l t llocker. " W.A.Tribble, u-- p iv.tfA. . J.II. Colller.Crab OrcU'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Order Olllco nnd Feed Exclmnpo noar Rail- - M, U.fciuiore, oiamuru. orriciRS. ruuu viusjiiiir, isuiiuv at., uiiuuru, iy. Coal Yard, Mill St., lately J. II Hlgglns' J. S. Uocker, President; J. J. Mcltobert Cashli McKlnney, AMistautCasbler. , Stand, satisfaction uuarantceu A. A. Jan. l Get you rShaves and Haircuts nt Hluke-moro- 's Surplus, S15.750 Barber Shop. He Is tho slickest nnd Capital Stock $100,000. 0l best barber In Crab Orchard. Ky. Attention of the public Is railed to the f.ict that Un-l- HARNESS, SADDLSBY, &0. STANFORD, KY. TO DOCTORS. J-- 24 HOURS Thu Florida trains of the 1 .. Route p. New Orleans ti. d. Crescent I'ua through to Jacksonville and c puoen in '24 & New Orleans limited hours from Cincinna- lam, NOEL LS6 SON, -- Coal, Corn And Hay, "', These fast trains aro of tho linest type, luxuriously fitted, and running on a perfect road-beWinter Tourist Low round-triticket on sale throughout tho Noith. An elegant .service of Cafe, Parlor, and Observation Cars on these trains. Double daily train service. p I Write for to W, C. Hinearson, Gcn'l Pass'r Ag't. Oiuclnnati, O. Send 10 cents lor flne Art colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka-maugn. ivtiy . w j