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MATRIMONIAL. mm Fkankfokt, Jan. 28. If this Lcgla- - It Is reported that Graham was not Jessamine county is not able to pay The bill was lnld out in for pikes, and poles will be roplaced. Inturo would pot to tulUlnjr It wouldn't wounded In the altercation with Gill. the Virginia Senate and the Johnnies Lugrande Larow, of Lumar, Mo., has are happy. bo ho liard to size It up; but It goes Elder Gowen was HI Sunday and Eld. "VII Orasp at ti Straw. The depth of I'lno on saying very llttlo but doing a groat Jesse Walden tilled his pulpit. Rev. whiskers seven feet and one inch long. Augustus Reeves, of Casey, and Miss Hurgfiln-- . N too groat for com- 1h very llttlo debating but a Faulconer Is Of coursu he Is a populist. dual. Thoro Lucy Maxcy, of the West End, were at Harbourvlllo and Rev. pctltot. Cull and Senator Lindsay says that the pres- married Friday. vastamountof voting. Tlio .followers T. II. Campbell preached nt tho Pressee our of Bryan and Blackburn are o Humor- byterian church Sunday. ent Legislature did not elect him and James Rogers, aged 70, and Miss c hud uo power to ask his resignation. ous here tlmt the llttlo handful of re The colored people gave a cako-wnlAycrs, 51, were joined heart uud v The democratic caucus ut Nashville hand at Cadiz, O. publicans take no part and but little In- and musical concert at the oourt-hpusWjPS. X Neck-wear- . repub- o Friday night A largo crowd attend&ffli 127th ballot for United tins reached the terest In the proceeding. The Miss Lou Gaddis, an old maid of 70, rt J licans, liowover, cannot be expected to ed and the music and other performan- States Senator, the oto standing: surprised the natives of Alton, III., by Don't Tnll to sec our line lino of Merchant Taylor, IK); Turley 25. bo vevy cheerful with William Henry ces were highly enjoyable. marrying her tenant, just 22. Tailoring. The House voted 168 to 07 to pay the While there are many hero who beJones as their lender." Jones Is like Miss Lillian Kane, of Fayette counlieve thut something should bo done Methodist church South S2SS.000 for ty, shot herself ufter a quarrel with old Commodore- Vaudorbllt's more kinds of a dampbool than for Cuba, It is not believed that the property destroyed during the war. her lovjr. The wound Is considered sswyc-a?v. any I have ever known, always except- sending of ships to Cuban waters will Dalzell led the light against It. fatal. . &tisxti&x J. L. ritOIIMAN A Co., Danville, ICy. The G. A. R. at Louisville protest ing Illll Lyons, who, however, Isn't avail anything unless General Wall The wife of D. R. Hanna, the Sena"' "WaT- against the appointment of Leslie tor's only son is suing for divorce at In the present Jackass stakes. Street issues tho orders. I am playing this way now, Hill Lyons Miss Mary Elkin and Mr. Albert Combs ns pension agent and usk the Cleveland, O., alleging grots cruelty first, provided he faces the starter, Severance, of your city, wore horc on president to glvo the plaeo only to an and neglect. Bill Jones, for soonnd pluoo and Hill Sunday. Mr. Severance went on to old soldier. Miss Mary F. Ruber, .of Louisville, Tho lodge amendment to the Teller tho efllclont secretary of the Kentucky Deboo third. Isn't that a pretty bunch l'alnt Lick to call on Miss Florence The Second "esslon of the Collegiate- Year. will open of hillbillies? Heath to whom he will be married at resolution declaring that all of the ob Sunday School Union, who is" well- 2-5:tl- i, ligations of the United States should known here, will be married In the ZMIo:n.d.a,3r, Things are not altogether sad hero her homo in Richmond on Feb. 0th. notwithstanding that Klondike bill re In the K)llce court, .fudge Urown lin be paid in gold, was lost by a vote of spring to tho general secretary of the New pupils entering at that time will de rcei Ived Into the olasse-iFor full Information New Jersey Sunday School Association, call on or write to Mm. Saitlkv at the College or write for catalogue. cently Introduced by R'lpronontatlvo ed .Alexander Gill, colored. $10 nnd 53 nays and 24 yeas. WILLIAM SIIELTUN. I'BESlDE.vr. Tho following postmasters have been Rev. E. Morris Ferguson. North to abolish tho best assistant ad- costs for committing a breach of the Poor little King of Spain jutant general of his klud that Ken- peace, and 91 for using abusive lan- recommended by Senator Doboe and At 12 tucky over had. Last Tuosday Col. guage. George Wallace, colored, was Referee Donny: Lexington, F. Ciay years of age, when a boy ought to be fa s Baldwin, tho Maysvlllu Turnpike nlto fined $23 for tolling liquor unlaw- Elkin; Eminence. M. J. Williams; aud playing marbles or spinning tops or Yes, We've Cot to Give Up l'arls, Sherman 11. Stivers. King," and Col. Chlnn, thw "King of fully. roller skating, he is blasphemously Tho friends of Miss Christine Brad-le- y Hy a vote of 77 for to 0 against the "betrothed" to a girl three years older the Kaldors" met In the lobby of tho are delighted with her idea to ute House passed Mr. Mount's bill to than himself, the daughter of a "reproCapital Hotel. King his water luttoad of whisky in christening change from July 1 and November 1 to bate and probable suicide. "Jack," said the Turnpike voice trembling with emotion mid oth-o- r the "Kentucky." Tho suggestion Is In June 1 and September 1 the time for In Kunsus the society papers publish : a list of the gentlemen, whom the things, "for Gawd's ako call oil keeping with the good taste which has holding teacher' Institute. The mild winter has runted our stock of coal to nrcumulnto nnd we will always been manifested by that elegant In the election of U. S. Sunator bride has refused, in tho write-uof thoo d d raiders !" for the next 10 days sell coals of all kinds nt every member of the South Carolina j her marriage. Sueh a list would "Now," ho continued laying his hand young lady fA Mrs. Ida H. Clayton died on Thursvoted for John S. McLau- -' py small space here, whore a young atfuctlouatoly on Col. Chirm's gfeouldur, ! Did you day after a protracted Illness. She was except the one colored membor, ' dy was hardly ever known to reject an . "look me In the face Jack In order to loduce our stock. Now Is tho time to buy while prices are lowa riteec of J. M. Higginboihnuiaud was who voted for George W. Murray. eligible oiler of marriage. over seo n facti llko that," er than ou will find them again and you ran haul your coal while you aro The Senate passed tho Teller concur Interrupted tho King of the wall connected. Site was tho widow of Inequality of the law In dilTorent "No," 9 Idle Please call at our jards and be convinced that the above Is true not untold of the the lato William Host and was married rant resolution to make payment of States is shown In the fact that for Haiders, "No by to J. M. Clayton, who, with an infant, or Interest on United States Ing ono wife more than tho laws allow State's prison !" survived her. & bonds in either gold or silver. The a mnn In Chattanooga was consigned to And the turnpike indlgnunty retired I am under obligations to Col. W. S. passed hy a volo of 47 to :2, the penitentiary for 20 years, while in il irrtpuui with reoolutlou to tls room and refused to Til Col. Chirm uatll late the next aftor-noo- Miller, of Knowllle, for a largo and Senator Lindsay voting In the atflrma- - Indianapolis, unothor convicted of the Instructive map of Col. Hoone's Hlnek 11 8 "e of lot oBrlwlh111 "n? f Senator LlndMiy made a speech In fa- Legislature re- Diamond System of railways, ombrac-laIf thin democratic Wund Jnll lM days. a Inrjto area of territory, through vor of the Teller resolution declaring , print) the sentiment or the jHirty, the one I, ..either laeullv of MrS- Jel,.n, .... f Hon. J. C. S. Hlacpburn will be the which a total distance of "IS miles is rh.it tho L.ovurnment tr i !.. ii me ,..UI.n. ...l.l .Montgom nor morally bound to my It obligations democratic proposed to be built. unanimous practically ery county, and the mother of three in gold aud said he would vote for it as J men A. Hensley is preparing to go choice for United Suites Seontor to grown sons, who are Identifies with succeed Senator LlndeHj. The fuel is lato the undertaking business. We it placed no new law upon the statute Mt. Sterling's 400, went to Lexington book and imposed no new policy upon and it may as well be admitted, wben will then hare three good men in a viij.tit t vit? flint, f Iia I'it.nlnt.lnn 1t.. anrt married Tom Thomas, her farm Is the lut one that a man ttia i. look at Debuv, which the people of Kentucky ' M,,i.ti....-M.rti.,t"oor, Su " t Vi year. Alnj ...nih... thv will olilvur when anything more nutroaiy.es and even then lie has uo '"" adoption would be an endorsement' 'PI. ....... o in i.. 1. ....... I.. 1...1. UIIU before .j.4wiiiii9 - isv.kiibiiiii liKO lis is said about boating Jo. If Kentucky say about the matter, although an her first marriage she was Miss Jennie is eure to be made at foiho of the executive construction that had Lawless, of Glasgow. had to have another like the Marlon been put upon the,Mutthors resolution Snorer, many of hs would be llko Simi- time. Invitations been received to the Constable T. J. Hammond received a for 20 years. As long as wa redeem marriage of have relar Hill Clark, of Jackson, who Miss Florrle Heath, daugbwarrant from Hoylu county for tho ar- the greenbacks and Sherman notes in quested that If his county had to be r.. ,. .i r.., r r ti.,...u ' .w V, Eighth and put In the 11th, rest of James Wont, colored, who was gold and keep our 400 and odd millions Kiohmond, to Mr. Albert X' Severance, oir the H. T Legislature would annex It to Vir wanted at Danville to atibwer tho of silver dollars at par with gold, It is'lo' Stanford. The ceremony will occur the , currency or coinage Mr Hamginia and lot It go. Everything now la dh&rgu of "... at the First church at mond found him In the vicinity of wo may uie In tho payment of our)TM - Blackburn and It is finnut Kointr to ulohinond, at ,,noon, ,,., Feb. U. and will Buckeye and took Mm to Danville on bonds, said he. , , . ',ue nu uuusuuiiy ,uriuiiuii unair. xnc change. undoubtedly tho Friday. Sennlor Goebel If MIDDLEUUHG. prospective bride Is both protty and On Saturday afternoon Alexutulcr moat popular democrat in Kentucky W. T. Coulter has moved to his plaeo popular and the groom is an excellent r.mr. siftm- - Blackburn and I will ven- - Gill aniff,Uabu" Graham, of Danville, young man of steady habits and good tnro the prediction that he will be the both colored, engaged in an altercation In North Middleburg. Hereafter there will bo school on business quulitications. Miss Heath next governor and that hu will sueceed on Rattle How, whon live fhots wore Saturday instead of Monday at Jauic has frequently visited here, where she Hill Uoboe as United Statue Senator in Itrod, throo by GUI and twobyGiaham made many friends, who will gladly inH02;thnt Hrouston will be Con- The latter disappeared at onco and It Is Wash Institute. e Is progressing nicely. Tho welcome her to become one of us. The school gressman and finally governor; that thought he Is wounded. Gill gave him Keif up to Marshal Walker and is under attendance is about fiO and more arc J?- LIBERTY. Heckham will bo ono of tho loading Ono more lot of. bond. expected to come. llgures In future Kentucky iwlltlcs: Green River had on its swell attire An old foiks' concert will be glvou at fall has been 11 inchthat Charlie Nelson, of Hardin county, the Baptist church in this city on next So far the rain of January, or more all the first half of last week. es for tho month In 1SUI and will be will bo A now bank building Is ono of the who will go Friday night, under the management than enough to make good crops. ono of the happy silvorltos of Miss Margaret Murphy, her class of exhibi- mauy improvements scheduled for next A Graphophononnd round singing; "Mine eyes have scon children rendering the songs of long tion was advertised to be held at Kee- - year. tho glory of tho Lord," when Joe ago A very successful exhibition of tho Cfi..i..j1i... nttvltt in colo, quartette and chorus, in- ...a..'.i fl. ... Tlrkii.k -, ......, I.To bo given awny with each 25c worth of e xrays was given at the Hlaekburn "comes to his own" again. terspersed with recitations and panto Sherman Lawhorn, lato democratic last And Anally I will predict that the presmime. Tickets for sale at MoRobotts'. nomlnco for circuit clerk and ono of ent Legislature will have more names J. L. Frohman, of Danville, was here Sam Evans is agent for the famous tho ilnest young men in Casey, lias prominent In tho future history of KenMonday looking for a house in which It is said thut he will bouirht Win. Wheat's Interest In the tucky, than any other that has ever Armour beef and to open a gents' furnishing store. be a public benefactor by causing bet-tj- r firm of Wheat Bros., Mt. Salem 110 convened hero. j On Jan. 14th. the day that nawk o cattle to bo butchered here. To firm Is now Wheat & Lawhorn. We will give you a plcturo worth ?3c. Babbitt's Soap sells six cakes for 23c, And yet nobody knows what this and Is tho best soap made. show, however, how we are controlled The number of repuollcan papers Legislature Is going to do; It may uo a- d ted hlm w, f a by Imagination, a citieu got a steak that have either given up he ghost or blrlh( Wai.ti:h Fouuustuk. me. t from T. S. Elkin. tool; It home and said retired from politics clearly show that, .. V1..1, 1.1 ni. i ..no. iii& iiuuuno ivus irieu lust HIGGINS & It is estimated by a competent for It was Armour bcel, and after partak- prosperity has surely come or that tho Thursday and adjudged Insane. She eign authority that only 000 persons ing of It, It was pronounced the best election held in November did not was taken to tho Eastern Asylum at meat that the family had tasted for prove to be a panacea for their politi- Lexington Friday by of 1,000,000 dlo from old ago, while 1 her husband and cal Ills. 200 succumb to gout, IS, 100 to measles, many moons. 'X Miss Lizzie Shears, of Danville, has T. J. Bell. Tho passage of tho Teller resolution 2,70o to aiwplcxy, 7,000 to erysipelas, The Commercial Bank, established 7,300 to consumption, lb,000 to scarlet Is not thought to have anything to do been visiting Mrs. John Wesley. V. little more than two years ago, lias fever, 2fl,0o0 to whooping cough, 110,000 with tho settlement of the monoy ques- 11. Coleman, of Somerset, is at home. indispensable, alike to stockhold- ' An immense lino - probalbly tho largest assortment ever in Stanford. tn tvnhold and tvidius. and 7,000 to tion; since It only approves the payment G. K. Stringor, who has been in Indi- ers aud depositors. Its stock fells rheumatism. Tho averages vary ac of certain bonds in silver, at the option ana for the past nlno months, was In away above par. I'.mllnp to local Itv. but tho90 are con of the government, 6iieh bonds having last week. II. C. Allen, of Pulaski, Dr. William L. Lowder, of Mt. Olisidered accurato as regards the popula been issued to be so paid, and no injus- was In town last week. J. II. Buts, tho vet, this county, was In town Friday. tice can bo done to either party by pay- hustling gooso trader, has moved to Ho will go to Louisville in a few days tiou of the globe as a whole. of tho Inhabl ing in accordance with .the terms of the Lincoln, near South Fork. Our loss It la Bald that soino tD accept a position as demonstrator of tants of Venice those that have novor contract. Tho real question will arlso will be Lincoln's gain. Anatomy In tho Kentucky School of Also tho celebrated Col. Wnttorson's answer to the In been to the mainland have never In on bonds to bo issued. Medicine. In Thursday's "W-AXjISenator Farrls received a postal card dlanaiclls Sontlual their lives seen a horse. A showman TIRtTZLNTIK:. In tho salo of property belonging to onco took a horso to a Venetian fair from Lancaster, signed, "Many Citi- clearly shows whero tho colonel Is. O, tho estate of tho lato W. T. Murphy Call and look at them, and placed him on exhibition ns a mon- - zens," saying that his constituents ex that every rad could read tho article, last Monday, M. K. Humphrey bought McROBERTS, H. many factory hands paid a pect him to opposo any bill requiring a especially those who thought thoy had utof. nml most of tho town property and John a cinch on tho big editor and his pasco him. lawyer to bo honest, a doctor to bo shilling each to Elliott tho land lying outside of town. Tho latest typo of phonograph has truthful, or a politician to bo worthy of per. This country would bo far wiser W. H. Bartlo & Son havo their planbcon sent to Wlndor Castlo for tho pur- credit on oath. This is a broad thrust if thoro wore moro Wattersons. I don't ing mill in operation now. They depose of procuring permanently tho and tho Senator writes that if such a lay aside any of my free sliver beliefs cline to employ men who either drink so cither. nMr. Watterson tones of Queen Victoria's voice. Uer bill is introduced he will havo certain whon I say or swear. If men in every branch of cer- parties exempted from its provisions says ho is a democrat and not a repubmajesty has consented to speak a sup- business would adopt the same rulo It since they are so corrupt as to bo be lican and that ho will not again tain message into tho instrument. port or advocate a third party, and that would bo a powerful dlscouragemont to of capital Invested In yond the reach of legislation. Tho amount s tho democratic party as a two of tho most useless and pernicious Tho old maid's convention will bo tho manufacture of blcyclo tires In tho habits in which it is tho custom of mon on Fob. 14, un- private in tho ranks. United Suites Is estimated at $3,000,000, held at the court-hous-o to Indulge der tho management of Miss Amanda tho number of persons employed at Gov. John Young Brown sued tho Rov. C. O. Brown, the San Francisco and tho numbor of tires produced Anderson, net proceeds to bo given to city of Henderson for $2,000 for cutting preacher who stood up and sworo that annually at 4,000,000. tho W. C. T. U. Tho play is now, novel down In front of his house Miss Overman's Have tho most approved charges of adultery A Mississippi paper smys: "Somo nnd attractive, and has drawn largo tho atreot fiend Incarnate, with tho roaring fur- crowds whorovcr it has been rendered. and got a verdict for $37o. were false, has tnado a confession that Commissioner Powdorly ilnds that naces of hell staring him In tho face, house Sunday night and Tho ladles are passed through a ma- during tho year 181M3, 450,019 Immigrants the girl told the truth and ho lied like entered Jones' a trooper. Notwithstanding ho says ho collection." chine and so treated that thoy afteretolo tho Sunday-SchoStates wero Il- will continue to preach tho gospel. hldo of "Ownoy," the postal car ward appear as girls of 10 aud engage arriving in tho United Tho auqi Sopwont around tho world, haso in amusements, usually indulged in by literate. A woman was burned to death at Tho gold reserve has Tcached been stuffed and placed In tho tho highest point In seven Pittsburg, and her husband Is suspectMusoum In Smithsonian Institute " ed of murder. And Best Line of Perfumes. Soaps and Toilet Articles on the Market. years. appearance being changed. oral tt Washington. g H Drowning man Lit-cll- k e M- :: Mc-Mllli- n, son-in-la- Vlrfl2S feffi 7 i-- - -, m - m Suits, Overcoats and Fine THE GLOBE 1S97-0S on-tor- Stanford Female College. J"a,:rru.a,r3r Oil. 1898. i! . ! n 1 COAL III COST f I I p occu-Leglslatu- ra I I la-ri- n, ! Actual Coat O; hav-prluclp- I al i J. H. BAUGHMAPJ CO. I n. g i - LuwleM-Giilcwood- nuuiuiii-suMuuivso- I bus-inee- s. Wanted, In Trade, 100 Mark Hardin, Stanford, i., t,, nn 1 I t arrets of Corn at $2. ; - tn-ke- n i.nf house-breakin- g. .ill. i ' X-R- HandsomeOilPaintings B. T. hand-om- ,,.,.. .,. court-hous- j Babbit's Best Soap. M'KINNEY. - V i. i -i -- be-cor- ao :S3SS2Si3SEi4 TIRCTiETIES.. At?d 1 Zt)ct Steel, Ga9va5,Oval Flat. J. 1 C.-.- T. Lj x 1 A r i ' Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig f ' 3 ',"M 4 i u ,' i i hero-enter- 3,-0- fiocker m YA ,Ffl i ol Post-ofllc- 8163,-070,0- 00 FACE : LOTIONS, it i 111 .J - 1 1,11 'k'J' "SlnM"yi",'f' i?ii"""im! 'f'g-- 'i inf ij hi nimn "ij '" ifi !" ''' i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - Feb. i. 1898 W. P. WALTON. FROM an ardent silver advocate to a man, non committal, developed Into the the president has goldest of goldbugs, and in a speech at It the National AssociaWaldorf-Astori- a tion of Manufacturers at the while surHotel, New York, rounded by 1,000 men who arc for gold and nothing else, he boldly and with more courago than he had ever before assayed announced his new departure. Jack Chink's speech at Frankfort Surrounded also by magnificence and against tho confirmation of Wiley is tasted and costly viands ho saw, felt, not calculated to create harmony and a smclled prosperity, and further with reunion of the democratic forces, that equal boldness declared that it had is if people pay any attention to what come, and, like the raushroon papers, Jack says, which likely they do not. y and cone towhich arc hero Senator Bronston in reply said that ho morrow, come to stay. It Is mighty was willing to tako tho erring brotha vain thing easv for a man to imagine ers, i. e. gold democrats, to his arms in a banquet hall, magnificently decora- and forgive them, when Jack Is allegsilkted with flowers, potted plants and ed to have replied: "Wo traded them and containing seven long en banners, oft" for Negroes in our district, and are , tables extending tno enure juK.u Tho fact . with 16 smaller ones placed! not willing to swap back." ,yn rnnn-'"" ,w side and 33 more i.. tut U. that Chlnn is chairman of this Congres in on either sional district is all that make his words all loaded down with silver, the worth quoting as further evidence tnat richest of foods and the costliest of he is the wrong man in the wrong wines. But let him hie to the homes place. in of the poor, even in the great city spoke, and ho will change his The Hon. Reuben Douglas Hill, of which he tune. Let him also co to tho homes of Williamsburg, landed the district atcotton mill workers in torneyship prize, and the Hon. John the stiut-ou- t Now England, who wero promised that Henry Wilson, who fought and sufferuo ed with Hunter, lo still out in the cold. tho mills should do opencu i u of the mints, and he The appointment Is said to be a big vicelected, instead will discover that the prosperity that tory for Colson, who worked Deboo on was guaranteed has proven a delusion tho start and wouldn't let him renlg and a snare. Times are a little better, when ho wnnted to. Mr. Hill Is an avwe admit. They hud gotten so bad erage republican lawyer, and will 'that they couldn"t get worso and could-n- 't doubtless bo able to mi tne omco satisstand still, but to say that prosperi- -' factorily, especially since tho judgo ty in chunks of any size has struck this seems to bo bcth the court and tho country yet, is a falsification that is no prosecuting attorney. less a prevarication because tne presiA YOUNG woman at Louisville has dent of the United States pronounces it. been adjudged insane because she imMr. MeloaN has a bill before the agines she Is a great actress. If this Legislature to amend tho libel law so precedent is followed tho Kentucky as to require all suits of that character Legislature can begin nl once to mako to bo brought in tho county in which preparations for the enlargement of tho otlending publication is issued. the lunatic asylums. The number of The justice of the amendment is appar- women who imngine they would make ent to every right thinkiug mind. As great actresses Is larger than thoso tho law now stands any man, character- who think the reverse, while hundreds placed less as a dog may be, can without se- already on tho stage should bo imagines him- in padded cells to cure their delusion. curity for costs, when ho self maligned, bring suit against the Judge CaNtrill has disbarred paper in any county in which even one General W. J. Hendrlck from copy of it goes. Briefless lawyers arc practice as an attorney until he purges willing to bring such suits simply for 0 of contempt In withholding tho advertising that will give them, and himself that he ordered him to turn over to expense of publishers are put to the to do bo hiring counsel and other inconvenien- the State, which he declined owes him. State ces, when In 9!) cases out of 100 there is cause he alleges the with making the Is tho matter nothing in the charge against them. By What Hendrlck has all means let the Legislature pass the disbarmcut perpetual? newspapers a gotten enough out of the Stato to reamendment and give the anyway. cbnnce which rarely publish what they tire from practice if their inwill not willingly retract, Out in Missouri, n legal light intiformation is found to be incorrect. mated that tho judge lacked the main requisite for persons holding his posiTHE grave aud reverend selgnors of tion, that Is to say he sas devoid of letho Senate ought to be men of more gal knowledge. The judge thereupon mental equllibrim than to have follow- ordered the sheriff to adjourn court, ed the foolish lead of tho IIouso In vo- when without a word he seized a okor ting to request Senator Lindsay to re- and soon convinced the doubting Thomsign, but it seems that they are not for as that if he was short on law, he was it voted 23 to 10 to adopt tho resolution. long on dexterity in handling weapons There may be some personal satisfac- of defense. tion In thus going after the alleged "stall-fe- d traitor," but the people who THE solon who Introduced a bill in are paying the bills think it a useless the Kentucky Legislature to make It waste of time, for when tho Senator re- unlawful for any person "to fire or dissigns tho sun will rise in the West. By charge at random any deadly weapon the way In speaking of tho author of whether said weapon be loaded or unthe resolution, Editor C. C. Pare, of loaded" is probably wi&er than he looks tho Glasgow News, says that It would upon tho face of the returns. It is the slut to "unloaded" weapon, which usually does be an insult to any call him a yellow dog. which is per- the greatest damuge, paradoxical as It may appear., haps putting It a little too strongly. the banquet of its first suit last week in Bell county in nine years is regarded, and very naturally, as an item worthy of tho largest possible publicity. One of two things, possibly both, is patent. John who sued for 510,000 damages, either had poor cause of action or tho jury was of unusual intelligence and didn't follow the usual custom of "slapping It" to the railroad, whether the proof justifies It or not. Tho prcjudlco against railroads and other corporations, In nine cases out of ten without and general reason, Is so that it is almost Impossible for them to iret lustlce. Lawyers knowing this arc quick to accept contingent fees In cases against them and that accounts for the great number of suits that are brought The fact that the L. & N. won Cos-grov- e, SniiJ'Oifto'TjMlai THE LEGISLATURE Nearly half tho lifetime of the Legislative session has expired, and no bill has yet passed both houses. Tho railroad men at Lexington met and protested against the passago of the McChord rate fixing bill. A bill for a constitutional amendment to return to viva voce voting was favorably reported to tho House. i i re- Caffcrv Is tho only irold democrat in tho Sonato who voted to redeem bond only In gold. ' Lt. Luclen Young, of tho navy, is said to bo down with appendicitis in a Mexican port. Eugene Wellington has been appointed postmnstcr nt ClcmcntsvUle, Casey county, vlco W. T. Hendrlckson, re signed. A mob started to tako Will Tutt, a Negro wife murderer, from tho jail at Mnyfield to lynch him, but bettor counsels prevailed. Tho steamer City of Duluth, was All of wrecked on Lako Michigan. the passengers and crew wero saved. Loss $100,000. In tho Federal court at Owensboro O. A. Bland, of Lewis-burfined 81,500 for Issuing frau was dulent money orders. The Alaska gold steamer Corona, with 24o pnssongers aboard, struck a rock and was wrecked. All wero car ried to shore In the lifo boats. Whllo James Daily, of Cynthiana, was cleaning his pistol the weapon dis charged, tho ball taking effect In his stomach, killing him instantly. A cold wnvo of great Intensity has prevailed over Northern New England. At Bangor, Me., It was 29 below zero and at Concord, N. H., 22 below. The Ohio law providing that coun-ttc- s must pay $3,000 to relatives of a person lynched, hns been declared unconstitutional by a common plead judge. Michael Gclhans and Alolso Metier, painters, are dend at Milwaukee, Wis as tho result of Inhaling the fumes of charcoal which was burned to dry shellac. houso near Raiders blow a Bardstown to atoms with dynamite on Friday night. They told tho cowardly guards to get and they got in great g, I ) $L THE ii M LoiiisvilleStors's Great Semi-Annu- al 1 tf) deep-seate- d 1 the sale of Laurol counwhisky in Brcathlt and ties. There have already been Introduced In thr, House 274 bills, in face of the fact that Kentucky has too many laws peal an act prohibiting now. i NM j CLEARING: SALE Of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Carpets and Mattings Is Mill under headway Our buyers nrc In tho East to buy our Immense Spring stock, therefore, wo must ditpo.eof tho lnrge stock wo havo on hand to mako room for New Goods. n selling In To emphasize the llinse particular line and to give you a clearer insight in to values that are every where In our Morr, the following items are listed, sen-o- U V v ft to-da- I J &i I : V I f( lit j Rt. Twelve counties in Now York jwiy s of the expenses of tho T. I) KANEY, Manager hearing. government, of tho Commonwealth. Goebel's bill to require all Their assessed valuation exceeds Senator of " ' sales of real estate inado by order , bo adverf) 11. M. Kersey, of New York City, atcourt or under execution to tised in a newspaper ought, in justice tempted to kiss his pretty cook, but she to the debtor, to become n law with tho objected and he slapped her. She had emergency clause. him arrested and has Instituted suit for The bll. prohibiting the paying of $3,000 damages. " Vr Hi "L Mt. Sterling Is excited over the marjurors who are summoned but not sworn, another requiring miners to bo riage of Mrs. Jennlo ana wealthy widow with thrco paid In money every two weeks and SUCCESSOR TO J. 13. IIIGGINS, bo drawn grown sons, to Tom Thomas, hor farm other rcouirlnc tho jurors to 20 Instead of 10 days before court con overseer, aged 23. Mrs. Truman Spencer, Sault Sto venes, wero passed by the House. Thn Jessamine county member of the Marie, Mich., became violently insane Legislature inroduccd a bill to prevent over religion and was preparing to toll gate keepers from Keeping a uog. cook hor little baby when hor husband Agricultural Implements Also agent for the Deering Hinders, Mow Tf tho Jessamine solon wnnts to bo on appeared on tho scene. ers and Rakes. Also apent lor the Repairs for the above Miss Laura Walcsburgor, of LouU-vllltho winning side, he should have made machines. Will be glad to have those who keepdied from the results of a crimihis law to prevent any one from think of buying to see my stock Rccoid. Lancaster nal operation, and Mrs. Sallle Alexing a has a bill to amend ander, an aged whlto woman, Is In jail Senator Bronston Iv-L"?C .3STXD --V 3r the separate coach law by providing charged with tho crime. 0 Agent for Itlcll CIiIIUmI Plow tin mo- -l HniMiivwl rhlll jilow. Order Kk'W for im that the railroad companies may divide Mrs. E. Tate Martin rooovorwl f rMn T. I. Mm Mim'h C'h1 Yard agaiust tho Mutual Benefit Insurcars or coaches Into two classes desigs and second-clas- s nated as ance Company of Newark, N. J., It coaches, charging one half the rato of tho face value of tho policy on tho coacn-e- s life of her father, "Dick" Tato. fare for passage on second-clas- s s coachSam Garr, aged 17, was accidentally that U charged on es. shot aud killed In Loslngton by his brother, Churloy, two years his junior, who was playing with an old pistol, Leopold, king of Belgium, had pur- which ho didn't know was loaded. chased the Mayflower for 8 100,000. A New Albany, Ind , boy, II G. GibChris Merry, tho Chicago son, is to hang at Mississippi City, was sentenced to hang February Miss., March 8th, for the murder of a 18- . man und wife, whom ho killed, when Nar Sutton was sentenced in Leo they exposed his effort to swindle them. county, Va., to hang for murdering his In the nodgcnville circuit court Jno. cousin. -Held, colored, was given six yours In committed I'linne- No 2 T!.e riiigvmf 1'ntt Fxjx rleiro Points lrnlKl.t to VfT A minister's daughter jumping Into tho penitentiary for burning Thomas The Cynthiana Democrat calls our suicide at Milwaukee by The only original and blown in the attention to the fact that in enumeratHarnod'fl barn containing J cattle at the lake. bottle, Bill Lyons, testified by way of ing on the 21th of last April. the Chesnuts who are in business Two United States marshals were at Tonlevlllo trying to prove that the civil service Tho fact that a woman camo over Corbin we fulled to mention that an- killed by whisky peddlars In the Indian law is a humbug, that ho once failed to at from England with tho proof that Acother old chestnut hns recently gone Territory. pass an examination for gauger. But, lato of tho wtilsKy Dy w io i.j, tor Hatcllffo, tho idol of tho matinee Editor that doesn't prove anything further! down there, News. Garrett, pardon, we Montcrov voteddid the same thing girls, was a double bigamist, didn't Beg Georgetown STYLISH, RICH AND HARand New Liberty than that Bill's knowledglous look iaj pha.e them a bit. They still go wild reauy uocsn t did not know Mr. Garrett's reputation by 10 to 10. deceiving and that no MONIOUS sufficiently then to speak with accuraJailer A. S. Hard, at .Marion, wua over his manly beauty and winning know even as much as Deboo, tho man nro the leatitlftil etrorts In our cliolen stock cy on the subject. stabbed and seriously wounded by a ways. of carpets ami lraH'rlii for loor and winfor whom he is private secretary. DeTI10 A race war Is feared in Lonoke, Vn dows. down colors uro deep and rich, und Negro prisoner. boo himself would doubtless fall in an W. H. Polk, tho veteran journalist, toned to tho ino,tVxiullto or neutral pigeons will bring tho news county, Ark. Notices havo been postCarrier tints. Our tluo momiclteit, uxml tutor nnd examination for keeper of tho back has purchased tho plant of the Lexingbattleship Ken ed ordering all Negroes to leave the wo have tlio beiuttlful effects tlint a (lower capltol at Frankfort, If that were in- ton Observer, which has been suspend- of tho launching of tho enrden nl twBlit gives. Our Clionlllo or community, under penalty of death. tucky, to Lexington. cluded in civil service regulations. IlitRdad jKirtlorus wo uro telling at reduced ed since the death of the lamented The Negroes are being advised to arm prices Bradstreet's traue review uuD John O. Hodges, and revived its publibeen fewer themselves for protection, and a clash The reason given by the committee cation. He promises to make tho best AV. W. is feared. years. seating Alvin Bertram and letting five for weekly ever published in tho Blue than for Powers out is that in the Illwlll pre. Wllhelm Myers, a merchant of Fort The Fayetto fiscal court has appro- - Kentucky. Capital, and his reputation guarcinct In Wayne 34 votes wero cast by Grass Wayne, Ind., hung himself because ho priated $4,000, the general council will ' his promise. Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at give 80,000 and the local lodges will tho clerk of the election for illiterate antees was suspected of arson. 2, , ftflfi . iiTin.l.n Poitnnntnr Wim rthot "'WW,. frit, tlin Inoiiflnn nt. T.nvinrr. complied ...w L Jr voters, without tho law being It Hustonville. Ky. It la being arranged to christen the juuge wnuiiu .,.w with in any particular. Of these votes battleship Kentucky with pure water by his own trap gun at Shcpherdsville, ton Qf tho Widows' and Orphans' Home or the KentucKy uranu lougo oi vuu at work, huvlng recovurotl enttrcly. four were for Bertram and 30 for Pow- from a spring on the old Lincoln home- and is in a dangerous conuutuu. Elder Curmichal drove homo from girl, was Fellows. Friend, a ers and all being thrown out left Ber- stead. A good idea since it will do Lula Mis Hiddio Dolnn Is qulto ill. Flat Lick, Pulaski county, last week tram a majority of six. The democrats away with tho inquiry "why was this criminally assaulted by 20 ruffians at Wo regret to learn that Mr. V. J tho happy owner of a buggy presented MT. VERNON. did not need Mr. Bertram, but if fraud good whisky thrown away when so TM,ain. O.. and will probably die. Sparks will move his family to Living-fito- n by tho church at that place. Tho Edwas practiced it should be rebuked and many throats need irrigating. ?" Tho Masons talk of organizing u An Australian fortune awaited this week. lie has largo business church horo has given this excellent rendered nugatory no'matter what the ward Ornstich, who died in a Chicago chapter hore. Messrs. Landrum, Car- interests there und thinks best, to re- preacher several surprises In tho wav Says tho Middlesboro News: "A asylum und was burled in Potter's field. ter and Griffin and others are interest- side there. Mr. und Mrs. Sparks uro of a pound party, a new niblu and a conditions or who is bonefited. person may bo very Ignorant yet not citiens that wo can ill atTord to I030. gift money. Tho adverse criticisms of her book ed in tho scheme. is said that Speaker Reed has put lacking In intelligence; very intelligent Tho rock quarry near tho railroad is Judgo MeCluro is recovering from a llov. I. M. Uoswoll will preach at tho has driven Miss Hallic Errainlo Rives, a quietus on the bills to divide Ken. yet In many things absolutely ignortho young Kentucky authoress, Crazy. producing 60ine fine building stono und Christian church next Sunduy. lt. G. severe illness. Mr. S. II. Martin and tucky into two Federal court districts ant." Editor Albrecht is a living exfurnishing work for a number of men. Welsh and family, of Mulllns, uro vis- charming daughter, Miss Horda, wero In tho future all American trotters by saying he will opposo any measure ample of both propositions, cspcclully Miss Florollo In town Saturday. Mr. Wm. slower than 2:20 will Mt. Vernon Is rich In lino building iting at his brothers'. b which havo marks looking to tho increase of appropria the latter clause of the lust.' has decided to remain hero until Urown is attending school at Level as green on European stono and that miitablo for lime. bo regarded tions at this term, even If they over Mr. Will Mulllns Is rapidly reOOVei-lr- u- Green. Dr. John M. Williums located Spring and is making great ImproveA Washington telegram to tho Chi tracks. get out of the committees. For once from hlrt woundfl. Mlsa 1?nlrrl tho bullets In Mr. Lato King's wounds. ments on his land. M. L. King ullow- - ..' w,. seems Two Christian scientists, who wo glory in the fact that Reed is Czar cago Chronicle says that Gov. McCrea- families to dlo Scott Is out to visit her brother, Ar- - Gcorgo Gentry has gone to Garrard on to he recovering from his Injuries. ca meiuuum of their and that he is the entire House of Rep- ry is likely a candidate for Congress hayo boon thur Scott, who continues very ill. Tho tho hunt of some of his horses that es- Since hla confinement ho hus experienresentatives. His word and wishes go and in tho event of hid election will bo without medical attention, caped. Misses Pattlo Greon and Tlcssio at Kokomo, Ind., on the !V. C. T. U. met with Miss Lonn New-- 1 Miller entertained their friends Fri- ced a change of religious sontimentand against those of 22.") or moro of bis min a c&ndlduto for speaker of tho House, arrested manslaughter. comb Saturday. Ed Woodall is back day evening. now sings and praises God. charge oi , if it bo democratic. ions in that body. three-fourth- ly bo amended simply to lop off Jackson. Representative Mount, of Oldham county, Is said to havo a bill for Introduction changing tho name of Carlisle county to William Jennings Bryan county. If the bill to pay a bounty of 50 centschickon tho head of each becomes a law a new en hawk killed Industry will be ,i ,.,... inp.pntlvQ opened up in tho State. The Senate passed tho resolution nl. lowing Mrs. Bennett, widow of Judge Caswell Bennett, tho unpaid salary of Judge Bennett by a voto of 23 to 5. A grab pure and simple. Mr. North's bills to prohibit stock propfrom running a', large on school filling vacancies erty and providing for adin the office of school trustee, wero and refused a second versely reported blue-winge- d The House bill to mako all interest void if over six per cent. Is charged, was reported adversely by tho Senate committee. The bill fixing a penalty of 830 to $300 fine and one to 12 months in jail for committing a criminal operation was passed unanimously. Tho Honso adopted tho roport seating tho Rov. Alvin Bertram, from tho Clinton and Wnyno district, instead of D. H. Powers, by a strict party vote. heated debate the Aftpr a lone-anMcChord bill, giving Senate passed tho tho railroad commission tho right to 16. fix freight rates, by a vote of 18 to JackTho bill for tho Eighth to swap son for Casey with tho 11th district was reported favorably, but it will like- THe Prize Winner that will prove to you tlmt wo aid you In careful dressing by quoting prices for the highest quality lower than you nro asked for the poorer texture. Itcad list of price below Cut This Ad. Out :. it toll-gat- o Mary Driskcll. whllo holding her babe on her arm, near Canton, Ga., was seized with vertigo and fell Into the fireplace. Both mother and child per. ishi'd. Nearly 1,500 persons have left Seattle for tho Klondike within 15 days. If all the people bound for that region realize their hopes ours will bo a nation of plu- haste. and bring it with you. Iloosier Brown Cut ton 1 yd wide 4c, a good yd wldo Bleach Cotton 4jc, Hope Cotton flje, Lonsdale, Green ticket and Fruit of the Loom Cc, n good npron Glnghnm 3Jc, Outing Cloth 4 jc and 0c, Ladles' Vests 14c, Children's Union Suits 3 toll 23c, Canton Flannel unbleached 4c, Hed and Orny all wool Flannel 14c a few bolts of good Jeans left at 8Jc, Ladies' Flannel Skirts that sold at 75c now 50c, Coarse Yarn all colors 50c, a good working Suit for a good Hat for Men and Hoys' 25c, Men' Working Gloves 23c, Men's Sujcndcrs 10c. Look at our line of At wood Suspenders 23c, 31c and ISc. A big lino of children's Kid sole Shoos In colors 21c, lloy' Overcoat PSc and up, Mens' Rubber Shoes 25c, Ladies' and Children's Oloaks and Capes the money they co.t. M-n 1S one-hal- f tocrats. The Louisville Store V:VV v:Vf m ' :V: ey Lawless-Gate-woo- I y j Sl,-30- v. BRIGHT CtjEIT X Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Farm Wagons, e, toll-gate- .- PEICES. Sft,-00- first-clas- b-l- first-clas- WHEN YOU WANT brief"ne:wnotes. wife-murdere- r, Prompt, Efficient k Satisfactory well-bre- d SERVICE. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. k pklNTlJlpCtfv WITHERS, .! -- .. e$ a nrn, Stanford. CO-t- Q.l a It New-com- ..... -- . ( vrT f 4M mmmmimifrrir,,u'.mi,&rmr.irxrii?.r.imtttiM ir fin' t ' i " ' '';; i 4iMMthntiM "S THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., 13. repair that Let Danks ... M m watch. . M Valentines at Crnlg & Hockcr's. Cheap on 15 sell publicly county court day shares of First National Bank stock, In five share lots. E. B. flaydcn. Will Convincing - Figures. Ladies' Good Hose Men's Good Socks Bu Kid Curlers 2 Tablets for Thick Ink Tablet c - Feu. i, 1898 cow feed of nil kinds always I Wanted. A small blue grass farm, hand. J. II. Baughman fc Co. with plain improvements, near a good . . iAMngcntfor the Challenge Wind town. Address Box 50, Middlcsboro. C. Walton, Business Maxauuil Mill best made. E.T. Minor, Hubble. The inability to open a water plug . during tho Somerset tiro caused many 1 will Bcll publicly Bank Stock. ..U-m m CASH PAID for life insurance cies. Addrc-bi- W. S. Allen, P. 0. liox, polii 167, Diinvlile, Ky. 1 or dllllcult prccrlption work n.uy bo left to us with tho utmost con lid nco. Penny's Drug Storo. Sii:ciai PERSONAL GOSSIP. Jack Brazlky Mies. 111. id Kati: Duddkiiak down with grip. 18 in Bloom-ingto- n, Mks. J. P. COIMIN8 Is visiting In Crab Orchard. Miss MUY D. Cauti:u wont to Crnb Orchnrd yesterday to visit friends. Jamks T. CahsoN, of Louisvlllo, spent Sunday with his father here. Mks. G. M. Smith, of Flat Lick, has been quite 111 at Mrs. Julia Hughes'. Mastkii Bazil Lkwis, of Turners vlllc, Is visiting his Bister in Garrard. Mil, S. II. Kash, of Manchester, spent several days with S. W. Monetae Miu H. M. Moss, of Gurrnrd, went to Louisvlllo Saturday to boll his tobacco. B. Blti:.Mi:it Is moving into tho Car penter Hotel but will not run it for guests. Ed Hihhlkh, of Bloomlngton, 111., spent several days with theftMlsscs Wray. A hoy arrived yesterday to further bless the union of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kmbry. l 4 8 Julia Peyton, is hero buying walnut logs and has gotten u half dozen or o at $10 to 820 per 1.000 foet. Miss LouisKS.rNiKKH, a sUtor of Hon. J. N. Saunders, has accopiod a Everett Hall, b2: Jamos Carpenter, 7; Jamoa Phillips, 78, and Chas. Wright, position In the faculty of Caldwell Danville, In place of Miss Mary 75. Lylo resigned. Death. Mrs. Seba Shackelford, IlKlt many friends at Ilustonrlile relict of Eld. .ack Shackelfoul, diejl gave Miss Margaret Bennett a $10 gold at John Myers', thu homo of her only pleu and u handsome iockot book on daughlor, early yestcrduy morning, hor doparturo for her Ohio home. The aged 72, of softening of tho brain. She datu of her marriage has not boon was a member of tho Christian church madu known. for many yours and was an cxcelluut MISS Pattih McIMikkso.n, who has woman. The funeral services will bo boon with MIm Lula Bawon, has ro. conducted at the Morcland church Florence LNrnud to Stanfoid. MImi 1st. at 10 o'clock by Eld. J. G. Tnnmtr, of MoKlnnuy, U tho giioit of Livingston horeUtor, Mrs. W. K. Shugars. Hoi'ord. The Franklin circuit court Indicted tho Stanford Water, Light it Ico Co. LOCAL MATTERS for failure to report to tho auditor and pay its f ranch iso tax. Tho penult is a BANKS fits spectacles. finoof S500 to $1,000 and $50 a day for forealo. Dunks, jowolor." every day's failure after tho specified FlNltvlolln time to do so. About 100 other corporSouk Kkait, Mackerel, Whlto Fish ations ru indicted, including nearly all at Warren it Shanks'. thu telephone companies in this secof Cooking Siovosnnd Ran- tion, the Harrodsburg Water Co. and Xmv line tho Electric Light Co., of tho same ges ul Warren it Shanks'. town. WK will soil coal at cost this week Somerset suiTerod a disastrous lire only. J. H. Baughman & Co. "' Friday, entailing n loss of $70,000. It Hknky Hkstkk will apply county broke out in II. Kloln it Son's storo in . court day for distlllor's liconfu. tho Walt block and soon spread to tho Gibson block. The Glrdler Bros, are A HUGE spreading viper was killed on E. T. Minor's farm near nubble last tho heaviest losers, their loss being stated at 82.",000, with 815,000 Insurwook. ance. Tho other losers aro E. J. HaNew spring styles of wull paper jmt ley, S. G. CunditT, John Slcssengcr, L. received. Prices rlghU W. B. D. Patton, Hall estate, Dr. Wirt, Dr. J. M. Owens, R. II. Bartell, C. S, Porter nnd others. Hustonville. Dr. W. B. Penny, deutlst, will bo in Huatonvllle Monduy, Stokmed. Tho following young Feb. 7. Olllco at Weathcrford Hotel. peoplo stormed that clover oid bachelor, F. Ken ley Trlbble, Friduy night Fok Sale. House and four acres of und wero royally entertained: George good land, ono mile from court-housFarris. Miss Mary Elkln, Jack Beazley, on HuHtonvllle pike. Apply to W. II. Miss Byrd Glvens, Harry Baughrnun, Brndy, Stanford. Miss Georgia Wray, Carroll Bailey, "Ckusheoto Death." You must Misses Clara and Ophelia Lackey, R. cnll and ecttlo your uccounts. I need L. Bosloy, Miss Mary Bright, L. C. tho money. I mean this for all who Bosley, Miss Lillian Forsythe, Abo Smith and daughter, Miss Pamollaand owe mo. Mrs. Kate Dudderur. Gcorgo W. Pulllam. To You. If you do not pay your ac Fagaley. Mrs. Valentino Fagaley count by February 15th wo will placo It in tho hands of un olllcer for collection. died at her homo on Dlx River SaturNo exceptions. M. S. it J. W. Baugh- - day night of kldnoy trouble, aged 5.'1. She was formerly Miss Hattlc Flinch- mnn. - - paugh and lived in Hamilton county, WEarousked to correct the state- O., until sho moved with her husband ment that ono of tho conductors caused to tho Kingsvlllo section a number of tho wreck at Upton's on tho L. it N. It years ago. She was a splendid, Chrishas been settled that Engineer Miller, tian woman and for years had been a who lost his life, was wholly at fault member of tho Methodist church, holdand tho conductor. not to blame. ing hor membership at Highland at the Toll-gat- e raldors got in their work tlmo of hor death. A husband and In Boylo county Suuday night. Six four grown children survive her and in gates in tho Perry villo section wore tholr great loss they havo tho sympay torn down. They did their work qulot-l- thy of all who know thorn. At noon the remains will be laid to rest Guards havo and inado no threats. tho gates will ho at Highland after services by Rev. . been asked for and M. Cook. put up again. ear-loads Hfl'I.KV and Norn Phillips went down to Marlon ycilor-da- y to visit Mrs. Dr. Hourigan. Tiik "Kconomicul Lunch Club" will muot with Mrs. J. W. Baughman Thursday afternoon from '2:30 to 4:150. Kmhky T. Bicazluy, of the Wrought Iron Hnngo Co., with headquarters at Augusta, Ga., arrlvud yustorday to visit his homufolks. MK. P. W. ClIASi:, who married Miss M1RSK8 MlNNIK Mks. L. B. StCi.aik left yesterday for Home, Ga., to spend tho balanco of tho wlntor. MKS. J. L. Hosu, of Shelby City, is getting up n lady Maccaboo lodge at McKinney. Mi:, and Mks. J. S. Hkkd, of are at Mr. J. M. White's. They will probably locate here. Mit. and Mks. John Blankksship, of Livingston, came down yesterday to visit W. S. Warren and wife. Lcx-lugtdn; next county court day eight shares of thousand dollars' loss. This should be stock in tho Farmers Bank & Trust n warning to the Stanford fire company. Try tho plugs occasionally and Co. R. C. Hockor, Stnnford. don't let such a thing happen here. J. C. McClaky has sold to J. A. s of winter is gone nnd as Beazloy it Co., of Lancaster, ono of his henrses and that linn will put in u yet less than two inches of snow have fallen. Unless the cold snap now prom stock of undertaker's goods at once. ised makes Ice, the chances are that W. II. Tkayeok has rented tho My- tho factories will havo to be rolled on ers House saloon and will open In a few as not a pound has been housed so far. days. C. V. Gentry, who has decided Joe Haydcn is smiling and shaking not to take charge of tho Carpenter hands with himself over the prospect. mm House, will run tho Miloon. Yestekday was all sorts of a day. Tim Federal Court of Claims has al- After more rain a chill n. w. wind lowed on old war demands to Morris J. searched for the spines of those who hnd Harris, Jr.. administrator of Morris J. business out of doors nnd ever and anon Harris, deceased, late of this county, blow gusts of snow in their faces. Ono $777, and to Jumcs Doolln, of Pulaski, minute tho sun would burst out of 9218. tho clouds to bo obscured the next by darker ones. A moderately cold wnve PUT it to Him. Squire W. A. Coffey fined Martin McCormack, tho blind with the mercury below 20 is predicted which will also be lair. Negro pensioner, $o0 and costs for dis- for . turbing religious worship atTurnora-vlllcFancy Cokn. Buck Hlatt showed As old Mart is getting 872 a us nn car of corn Saturday which for month ho can nITord to have a little fun variety of color takes tho cake. Tho occasionally. greater number of grains nre pink, but bePosts. H. C. Berry, of Highland, the rest aro about equally divided By tween black, white, red and yellow. has contract to deliver locust the way Mr. Hlatt's mean cow, spoken pobts in Danville nl 15c. A of In our last, went crazy tho following wagon hauls 2o and it takes him from du und had to bo killed. He Is not a i A. M. to 7 l. M. to make tho round-trilittle uneasy lest some of his family so it will be seen that ho hasn't who had been drinking her milk might much chanco to get rich at the busibecome demented. ness. m 'm; r." "wE c p.; f m 4C vfc lc Ej 4C IM ;M I It inicKrcncii Tablet """. jc 3c 3C Ink Mason's Ulacking Paper Needles Two-thikd- Half Soles Linen Towell Box Hnir Pins 25 Envelopes Good Penholder. Pins j0 jqc Just j! pj jjjjj Received. Lin-- f jc lc jc yc p A new line of India "P"' lc ens, Dimities, Jnckoncts,raj 83 Cambric, Swisses, FancyS G Dimities &c, for Indies'?! to-da- y, underwear and baby clothes & just received. Also some& jgg beautiful Table LinensgjJ fe with Xapkins to match.j SjS f! See these goods and you: 88 will know the prices arcp. J 11 ot two-hors- e right. Kti p, Found Dead in Bed. Elder Jasper on tho Danville pike G. Livingston had a message from just beyond the tollgato huvc named their suburb, Hogeye, and made Mr. J. Palm Beach, Fla., that his brother, E. Bruce, mayor. O. P. HutTman is Col. J. II. Livingston, who had resided city judge, T. M. Goodknfght, city at- there for 10 years, was found dead in torney, and Jonn Englcman, marshal. bed, the physician pronouncing that "No taxes and no Improvements" Is death had resulted from paralysis of tho heart. Col. Livingston was well- the town's motto. .ntr bnmvn In nnr nlilnt- - olifvnna tim THE public school closes Feb. 18th, of him as a tine man nnd gallant solat which time the graduation exercises dier for the Lost Cause, being one of will oe held and the diplomas present- Morgan's men, who sutTcred and bled ed to the graduates. On Feb. 28tb, for it. Ho was 03 years of age and just Prof. Grubbs will begin a ufter tho war married Miss Mollle Myprivate school at the public ers, of Garrard, and sho with four chilschool-housand ho und his assistant dren survives him. Ho was engaged in would bo pleased to have tho patronage tho real estate business and stood high in financial as well as religious circles, of all at tho regular tuition rates. being a devoted member of the PresbyGkaduatks.TIio following pupils terian church. Of the orlgiual family of Prof. E. I Grubbi successfully passof eight, there only remains now Elder ed tho examination held Thursday and Livingston, Mrs. Sallle J. Pennington Friday last under Supt. Garland Sin- and Miss Belle Livingston. Col. Livgleton nnd Examinors L. R. Hughes ingston built nnd kept the first hotel at and Miss Kate Bogle: The pupils and Livingston, Ky., and from It tho place tholr avoragos aro Caswell Saulloy, got its name. The residents W. H. SHANKS. NEIGHBORING COUNTY NEWS. Mrs. Susie Farmer was thrown from a horse In Bell county and perhaps fa- SECOrtD WEEK OF THE three-month- s' tally injured. The Middlcsboro Foundry it Machine Wooks suspended operations and 70 men are thrown out of employment. In a battlo between union and nonunion miners at Straight Creek mines, in Bell county, three men were wounded. Cap Adams, the 1 son of a reputable citizen of Jessamine, is in jail for stealing S18 from the Wilmoro post-ofllc- e. Great Slaughter Sale! .AT. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. HUSTONUILL6, KY. Making it Hot for Hard Times. You can't feel poor when you see our goods and prices, money does the businees here. for little i 11 e Slender Purses Don't Fear This Store. Forehand Buying will save G.C.Moore, of Jackson, ha been you more in one year than painful pinching will in five. We are designated as a cadet at West Polnt-wit- h a son of Appellate Judge Burnam as alternate. There is much excitement at Cumberland Gap and in the surrounding districts of Tennessee, Kentucky and ; Col-log- o, RELIGIOUS READING. Tho bequests of charity last year wore in .1 million of dollars excess of 1&1MS, aggregating SH,a7i,fc00. The Fplscopnl church was the greates beneficiary, bonding tho list with 31.020,000. The "JJrd anniversary of the consecration of Rt. Rev. Thomas Underwood Dudley, D. D. as bishop of Kentucky win eclobrated m Louisville. Tho bishop oillciatud at holy communion and was assisted by all the Louisvlllo to-da- Lan-oafet- clergy. Hid. J. L. Allen, of Danville, assisted J. G. Livingston in the installation of the following officers of the Morelond Christian church Sunday: Ron. B. B. King, Russell Jones, John Myors, T. II, Smllay and Sam Jones. Mr. Jamos McA lister was baptized and received Into tho cuurch. An old lady was praising her preach or, nnd among other things she sal J: "Ho is an angel In sheep's clothing.1' A Louisvlllo pastor called at a houso and invited an old lady to attend chinch. She replied: "I tell you what, I've got as much to contend with hero at home as I can stand." Baptist Hid. Dress Goods were Si, now 72 Cts. i " 75, now 49 (i Commonwealth's Attorney Sweeney " 50, now 39 came near getting a threshing at Leb" 40, now 20 " anon bo:ause he remarked when John " " 30 and 25, now 19 " Sherlley was ucqulttcd of forgery Standard Calicoes, 4c, Ginghams, that tho Masons had cleared him. As and 5c 44 it wns he had to take the d n lie. Domestics. a jailor of Jessamine arrested The SHOES. See our Si she, reSylvester Caldwell on a charge of seduction preferred by Miss Mary Wal- duced from Si. 50. Reduction on ters. He swore he wouldn't bo taken all of our shoes including Drew, but the jailer got the drop on him us Selby & Co., Rockland, Smith & ho was sleeping with a gun under his Stoughton and Russell & Son. ic of small-pox. CSF-Cuton- all Virginia, over tho prevailing epidem- CLOTHING- - No strings on this line useless to give prices Come, touch and take as you will be pleased. Pants, all wool $2, now Si. 25; Jeans Pants, 75c now 50c; Jeans Pants, $1, now 75c; Jeans Pants, Si 2";, nowgSc; Jeans ' Pants, Si 50, now Si. 4 a U't It II I MILLINERY AND LADIES' WRAPS. These must go, can't carry them over, therefore will be sold regardless of value. bid 11 m in. m e, John Johnson, alias Honeyout, con Watch that Bargain Counter, for they are good things that must farewell to space and lead lives of usefulness wherever placed. victod at Williamsburg of bigamy1 a few dnjs ago and sentenced to live years' imprisonment In tho Frankfort penitentiary, made a rapid record in the matrimonial line by marrying two women in three weeks. A report says that two brothers living near Hnrrodsburg, look so much u alike that they can't bo told apart. Ono of them joined the Baptist church and when about to be Immersed, found that he had no clothes suitable and gnvc his r,2 February is usually a quiet monlii but we propose to make it lively brother 10 cents to be baptized In his 5 by offering some special inducements to the trade. If you nre desir- place. Paducuh News. ous ol clothing your tamlly economically Wfj Mi3. Eliza Hunton Fox, aged' 87, died Recorder. at Danville Sunday of heart failure. Miss Sarah Scroggan, daughter of! She, wns tho widow of Judge Fontaine OrfQ tho Jetlerson county horseman, was T. Fox, who died 10 years ago. Seven crushed to death by a Southern train children survive her: Judge Fontaine Saturday ut Stlno'a Station. Sho wns T. Fox and Mrs. Andrew M. Sea, of tho botrothed of Harvey Watterson, son Louisville; Dr. Samuel I. Fox, of WilBargain, No 1. of the editor, and was on her way to be- lis, Tex.; Thomas II., Felix G. and C. come n member of a house party ut C. Fox, of Danville, and Mrs Jerry C. &! Miss Wnttorson's. Caldwell, of Boyle county. Mrs. Fox Miss Harriet Baiubridge Richard- was born in Albemarle county, Va., in son, of battleship Kentucky fume, is to 1830, came to Stanford in 1810 and movn ed to Danville in 1830, having for 07 wed Mr. James Tandy Ellis, tho We will ofTer all sbort length of best brands 5c Calico at 4c per yard poet and writer of Ghent. An years lived In the room In which sho Many pieces contain enough for a dress. One to 12 yards in a piece. old engagement which had been broken died. ' Don't forget the day -- NEXT FKIDAY. was renewed by Mr. Tandy's defense of Miss Richardson's claim to christen TOLL-HOUS- E tho ship, published in the Louisvlllo pillow. m&mMmmmmmmmm&m & Look Out For Feb. i Bargrk if '1 ii m nnr Tfiic TTInntfi iiuum g Watnh uut nuu. imu muiiui. Or) i jf h I Friday, February 41? well-know- 1' For SALE. ToU-IIuu- Dispatch. Gov. Bradley has ollercd rewards for tho arrest and conviction of tollgato raiders in Nelson county. Jesse C. Lynn bought of u German 17 shoe) nl $ J and of another a bunch of same ut same price. On tho Lako Shore railroad is a stretch of straight road, tho longest in tho world. Mrs. Lucille Blackburn Lane, who shot herself at Washington, is said to bo dying. Land and a Living aro bestand cheapest in tho Now South. Land $3 to ?." nn acre. Easy tonus. Good schools and churches. No blizzards. No cold waves. Now illustrated paper, "Land and a Living," threo months for 10 cts. in stamps. W. C. Rincarson.G. P. A., Queen & Crescent Route, Cincinnati. on l will soli privately tho the Ottcnhulin 1'lke, near John O. Lynn's. V. T. TncKr.it, Lot contiilns half acre. US 2t President SEVERANCE A SONS. WE HA VE A ESTRAY HOG. A Hoar weighing 1100 to 350 pound, came to my phioo itbout three months ago. Owner can get him by proving property nnd paying for this notice und his keep. Walter l'lelds, Turners llle, Ky. It 1)1-- V 1 TO DOCTORS ting tho UUii for tho pmper practice, In tho several Magisterial OUtrlctk, wo Und that no bids wore- sealed, which Is required. Tho lioard adjourned till Monday, Pel). 7, ut which ttnio, those desiring to hid will Mlo their bids with or mull them to tho County Clerk sealed nnd marked bids. n. n. eooPEK, J. l UAILBV. llAUVEVIinLM, This being tho il.iy for opening nnd let- Top For That Buckboard Of Tour? ' H Httvo It put on while tho weather is bad. to-da- y B. K. WEAREN St SON. vV Y v ' tlftft.UfctlUlBt.Vi".- - J.-- , M . .L Yr- - - -- fwAlfpfyi jfmfapmf flffy -'- IIIHIIKIIMMMMII tWMMpJrtiaW .' t S?E& r LAND AND STOCK. Wheat is selling in Louisville at 31. Wheat went up to 91.10 in Chicago Friday. vi'bllsls.oil'a.oBdayo'.a.nA 3?rid.cwa p.iUn. n 100 to 1 shot, won nt New Orleans Saturday. VANCIS Steer hided arc worth 9!c in ChicaS3 lUiUt YK.A-U- . IN AD go, 75 cer cent, moro than in 1S91. - When not so paid 32. CO will c charged James Messer boiiRht of W. P. Tate a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SHERIFFS : S0LB FOR TAXES. STATE ANDCODNTY. Ttihbs, U. S. 125 acres '07 Walls, Mrs. Margarito 23 acres '05-Wheolor. John W. 127 ncrea '97 Waters, Mrs, ElUaboth S6 acres '07 Woods, Mrs. Sarah 1). 39 acres '97 Woods, John B. 21 acres '97 White. R. L 04 acres '90 7 Wadkins' Mrs. Sarah heirs 6 acres 96-- 7 2 75 lossSaiisfactorily 1 Adjust ed And 7 70 fay H. D. PHILLIPS. 4 05 Promptly Fail, Gun nd Iiools Smilb., STANFOUD, KY. ress-iusM- 95 00 All klnd.ofrenlrlrg dnno at 1IIIYANTTII.I.E, KY. Upholstering a apevlalty. billctloa-giiraBiel3 45 To tho Members or tho Kentucky Oroweis" 4 15 Insurance Co., and to Whom It May Con95 Owing to tho manv Inquiries relative to tho loss of mv dwelling by lire, I mMi to say for tho benelltiif those Interested, that the amount duo me tindor my policy In cao of 11 totnl w ns determined when I made my application and as shown by mj polk'N s . Owing to mv alisenco In Virginia my lo-- was not certified bv Mr. O. T. lllgglnloliiam, Chairman of Oiirrard county Iniard. Io tho companv for pavment until Nov. 22d, and In less than sl.xU days thereafter I received tho entire amount Insured for. Tor olveu-c- v nnd cheapness every farmer shoiild consider our company before Insuring elsowjiere. Yours truly. N. Nok. The nbovo speaks for Itself and thoo desiring protection to their property ngnlnst Hie. lightning and wind at a price In nccord with tho cost of carrying lt. should confer with D. V Dunn, Danville, solicitor for llovlo county. Jes-- o Doty, llynttsvlllo. for 0.trriirdcouut.H. C. Haughman. Stunfortl. 11. H. Kendall. General Manager. Lexington, Ky. lo-s- . rate. cern : ROI1EUT FISH, llrt-cUi- KMI KENTUCKY CENTRAL i m II. Uuvdcti sold to M. S. Baugh- marc mulea for man a pair of C. 10-ha- air of fancy mare mulea for 3123. MONDKY, FEB. 14, between the hours of l a. ui. and 4 door in Stan p. in , at the county, Ky.. I will expose ford. Lincoln to tho highest bidder for cash in hand to pay the State and Comity Taxes for the vears shown onnosite tho names, tho fol lowing property, or so much thereof as may bo necessary to pay snltl taxes, mis list" will be published once n week for four weeks and tho names will disappear as soon as the tax and cost are paid. Cost of advertising fl.60. Time and spneo forbid us f roiu publishing all, but another list will appear in four weeks. 1SUS. court-hous- e II U3TON VILLE, NO. WHITE. 4. TIME MED. DIVISION. 4 p. hnrra nt corn at 82 :tlc and 100 barrels of wanted in trade at Mark TralnsleaTeStaufordai7.10a. in. and returning at 4: 25 p. in and 0 03 p. in. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. p in Hardin's. A Clovcrport man sold the past year SIS worth of fowls and eggs, the pro duct of six ducks. 12 37 p in The trotting stallion, Norval, for No. 24 Train going North 313am which R. P. Pepper paid 315,000, sold No. 26 12 10 a in " South No. 25 " 1 27 p in No. 23 " at Lexington last week for 37,400. For allll'olnts. L. V. Harkncss, of Fayetto county, HO'JUU TICKKTS SOLD. sold to J. W. Baled for New York par UAGOAUE CHECKED THHOUUH. ties 40 Polled Angus cattle, 1,730 lbs., For any Information enquire of at 5c. JOE S. MCE, Agent, Bert Sheldon has started in 581 races Stanford, Ky. in uino years and won 200 of them. It FRANKFORT AND OINCINNAT is said thut his feet and legs arc still Benedict, M W. 30 acre '97 Benedict's heirs 00 acres '97 Cannon's Buck heirs S acres '97 Couuurader, John 27 acres '97 30 acres '97 rhasteen, Davis. Jerry 4 acres '90 7 Fahonner, Mary 50 acres '97 Fisher, Felix 25 acres '97 Iluvtel. John 30 acres '90-- Bal Rus.'oll, Steve 5 acres '96-- 7 Bal Smiley, Wm. 15 acres '97 Turnersville, McKinney Station & Colley Mill turnpike road 7 miles and two houses and lots '97 7 rri.rt rt.xi Ktiflutf Id tw hnrl: nt hi OIU to ......j m'ii. uifi.Dn.w siuuu i.. M.... fr.iu.M'd .t iiPik.Muitn read i All nhtivo una IiMrcui. give vou n nim. "" ' iiocdlnjfworksiiouia cmi 3 suru to pkmHO you. Crab Orc.it.rrii Ky NOELcS6SON, -- Dealers In- - Coal, Corn And Hay, Order Olllee and Feed Exchange near Ilnll-roa- d l Crossing, Depot St., Maufonl, V.ird. Mill St., lutolj J. II. HlgK''"' Jim. t ftnnd. Satisfaction Ounrantecd. Kv-Coa- 29 it; Opportunity of Your Life full time nnd dloslnir of entire out put nl mtlsfniKorv prices. The plant tdiould bo W 111 IhiJ wild at n eon to be "appreciated. Itnrgaln. Ill health forces me to oult tho milling business. Terms easy. Call on or O. O. VANAHPDAI.E. nUdross. Mill with Elevator, line Kcnldeiicvniiilatoek of wneiil ami corn for aniv MIII runmnp A flrnt-clns- coloped Alcorn, Clark 1 acre '90-- 7 Burton, Lee 2$ acres '97 Burton's Talitha heirs 9 acres '97 Burton, James town lot '97 Brown, Hawk town lot '07 Brown, Ed 1 aero '96-- 7 Bal Bright, Rattle 14 acres '97 Bailoy, Lizarus town lot '97 Biiiley, Tom town lot '97 Carpenter, George 50 acres Cooper, Sauip town lot '97 Cloytl.Jolin lOncrcs '96-Oloyd, John 4 acres 7 Oloyd, Joe 2 ncros Collin, John 7 acres '97 Caldwell, Eph 0 acios '97 Fryc, George 5 acres 97 Given, Al 5 acres '96-Giveis, Davidson 0 ncros Given, Anderson 2 acre 'Uo.0-Goode, PLillis 12 ncres '95-- 4 Gooch, Cam 4 nores '07 Jarmnn, Dude town lot '97 McConnack, Sam 1 acres 'M-Oliver, Chas. 14 acres '90-- 7 town lot Pom oil. Wllhnms, Richard town lot 97 Weatherford, Adam town lot '97 Welch, Jas i acre '93 7 '95-6-7 STANFORD PRE0INOT NO. WlllTK 142 acres07, 1 VIA OEOUUtTOWN. .M. 35 A. M. p. M. LTe. Somerset, " Jet. City. ArrfJeorgetown, " Frankfort, o A. SI "to 20 5.10 200 315 4 60 AM255 1155 8 40 Lt " " 1131 9 35 C30 820 630 300 5 30 Arr l'aris Dally except Sunday aD.HERCAW.O.r .A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. No. 1 , in o- 3 2 am " 4 " No 3 " -' " 132pui " .. . lfUara No. 5 600am 8 20pm "10 " " No. 9 No 1 ami 2 do n.it slop 9 and 10 rim no further t lull Junction t i'y Trains pass Junction City as follows: 3 SI p m South .. . 12 OS p m No. 2 North "0 Royal makes the food pure, wholesome ana aenaous. Mffll lS332r' W tflfl W,A 1 QY4 V I I I I sound. Georsre T. Wood bought of II. D. Baughman a bunch of shoats at 2.05 rind nf R. W. Gaines. Jr., a lot of same at same price. John Graham, of West Union, O., is said to own a horse that is 23 hands high and weighs 2,500 pounds. Its head is 44 inches long. Harrodsburg, A. J. Coleman, of bought of Granville Cecil, of Danville, the black filly, Alice Carr. by Gamoet-t- a Wilkes, for S1.S00. O. P. Huffman bought of F. K. Trib-bl- o a lot of butcher stuff at lie, of Geo. D. Boono a lot at 2.b3 and of Henry Hester a bunch of hogs at He. Covington, Arnold & Bro., sold to the Pitman Coal Co. a ear load of corn . so ,i o. .tin inlnna in T .nil ml Richmond Register. county. Ninety mules wero shipped to New from Midway last Thursday J S... - . . . .. TUna .Mr. Gianni purciuiscu iium that bal. f 49 Bright, John W. Stauford, Dix River, Garrard county & White Oak Turnpike, 5 Stanford & Lancaster Turnpike R'd 5J miles and one lot containing 3 of an acre, '97 Rush Branch Turnpike, 7 milos, '97 STAXKOBI) '92-3-- 4 00 miles, '97 64 41 lM.l,t nt limit,, tnr tho rlirlit limn, for Mllo mv Co.il and l'eed Plants Id Stunford. Ky, n juuni; .......iv-- . llie lineal 0HJUU1j; man ever ottered. M miii Is wedded to the S5 I. A V 1! It Ctt. nnd tlm old man can't run Come and oo nnd loam price and f . 65 alone. t. .vr.... terms. " V. It! oflU'tf of Noel & ?on, near DepoU IM 3 35 At the 2 05 50 55 20 70 KL0NDYK6 ir ! s, u)-to-d- 60 barrel flouring Hutotilllo. Ky 1 75 02 65 53 10 1'OI.OKED. 0G-- 7 7 2 25 So TINNING-- J. T. Jones, PLUMBING, & FIRE INSURANCE .in Or-lonn-a 1- M. AkiN PQWQER Absolutely Puro Sales of 100 No. 1. hogs nt 3Jc, several lots of feeding cattle at 3 to 4c. and 40,000 pounds of tobacco at 9Jc are re- Parrlsh, at 357. Clipper. im. ROYAl OAKINQ POWDW CO., Ul YORK. A. S. PRECIS, Uurgcou Dentist, Stanford, Ky Office over Mettaberuj Drugstore Mi In theJlOwsley j rB.t W 3 J?WX2Sr3Ti ported In the Harrodsburg Democrat. F. K. Tribble bought of A. M. Ponce a shorthorn cow for 327, of Joslah Bishop a cow and calf for 340, of J. A. Cress six yearling steers at 325.50, of Jerry Smothers a fat cow for 331 and 17 shoats at 2c. Gus Straus, of Lexington, bought the Overton farm, 2S3 acres, near Lexington, for 330,000. Knowltoo farm, 307 acres, was bought by F. P. Drake, of Yarnallton, for 827,740. Wm. P. Grimes, of Lincoln, bought nice bunch of calves from George a . oirt next J. f. Roberts sold to Le(.oy n,sle) of jessamlne, eight yoar- ling cattle at 317. Lancaster Record. It is calculated that the total pacu-In- g of hogs in the West for the Reason from November I to January 12 has boss, compared to been 5,130,000 4,023.000 for the corresponding time last year. Sl-i,... Bright, Polly town lot Same, town 'lot Butcher, Matilda town lot '07 bal. Beazlcy, John 23 acres balance Boone, Wasli 10 acres "96-Christopher. Al 1 acre 97 Kmbry, Mil town lot '97 Ellis, Buford town lot '90-- 7 Same, town lot '93-Goode, Frank town lot '9o 6 Same, 20 acres '97 Helm, Harrison 75 aoros "00- Ilocker, Anderson town lot '1)7 Ba Havdcn. Tim town lot . '97 James, Henry town lot Jeffreys, Sam 0 acre '97 Kealev, Mnry Agt T. Wallace town lot 97 Louan. Sam acre '00-- Bal. acre '91 Same. Bal. Lackey, Thomas 4 acre '05-- 0-7 Moran", Dock town lot '90-Owsley, Monroe J acre '97 Richardson's Hoira' 1U acres '90-7 Sinipoon. Elias 3 acres '95-.7 Tucker, Lewis town lot Vandevcer, Jesse 3 ncros '97 '95-6-- 7 7 4 '05-0-- 7 7 7 7 90 3 40 1 '95-6-- 7 '95-0-- 2 15 5 So 4 25 70 all kinds of Plumbing to 30 Is now prewiredHole do proprietors of Dann'a nnd Tinning 90 Illnok Dlamoud Uoif I'uiut . Telephone No. Shop on MIII St.. oppslte J. 45 Jo, rti.ldiuce -- t'tt II. llnuglimnn tcCa.' MIII 90 STANFORD, IvV., Insurance Company I 2 20 2 70 3 70 7 3'90 50 55 '95-0-- 7 Notice To Claimants. til 1... m jii mu k.l. .t.. ..f 1lu.wmlu. ISA?, lb mmr "J " county of Lincoln. Stwte of kvuturhy. HerO. K. jKHtoMce and 011 the proinUw of . -- r BROOKLYN, Caledonian Co., : 7 -w 4 N 2 20 7 00 2 70 1 75 1 05 S5 man lvnspetelts. 60 Oap and Worm, 6 So 6 00 " - Insurance 1 1 7 '95-0-- 5 20 2 45 2 45 6 55 5 25 - 35 6 60 5 00 2 25 6 20 T. D. NGMLPlND, SiiERirr Lincoln County by order of eolltsrtor. tor. turned over to by him t Stnrlo Ilnrrul Shot Gun y tin Illicit dUtlllerv on Hutlalo erts-- In count . Kv.. lti onr IttHe. lael h Wlm nt an Illicit on Clover Pork. llaHaH ooumIt. Ky.. all for vkiUttiiii of Internal rerou w lnw. lr-tlNotice Is hurohv fflvon U any part). ld imjhtI.v to owning or eialralnir villi the l their notice of sold claim days from ImhiI Mlth rat wltlilN forale Uibt dat. wam' will In? ad verl OAHTT.K. J tuvurdlMR to U Deput Collivtor "th lot. 'Mt . MotsplandK. ' Jan. 24. 1m. 1 ivr I V iNtltor. ireiierMl and on the Utli m4mI oho Oo)ir ! k del'MtN of Jhii. Still. of Scotland. .ell Ow-le- 1 Wln-critw- tfr ef R.B.MAHONY.Agt, TAM"Kt. OT. KV. e. T. SUTTON, Undortalcor, -- ll nuntonvillo, Otlkrs - Kentucky l.i5cJ,, & 6 Sti. 5 70 3 10 1 95 1 j Mu 7 i ,93-4- FEBRUARY. TtiTW Th a 1 8 I and CMr S Fr' 4 i HnT A 0 18 i I I 8 15 i ) 10 io 17 j 5-- ii fiir 16 19 I l A.C.SNE. .DituR In. 11 eiHinltev lMllssKk f OtHSinaiid baml. " CWMItaf. 1UMMT. hit htUx Ut tfca Jsb T. L. SHELTON, ItoWLAND. KY . GRAB ORCHARD l'RKCINOT WHITE Marion 40 acros NO. 2 M flMC?KtT : OlScoon Lancaster Stanford : 3y street Residence. at j.G.cctiAy reach Atlanta until Friday and an the market was dull he left them to bo sold. He says there are- - very few mules in that city, but that buyers are scarcer than he ever knew them. J. S. Grimes sold yesicrday to Simon Wolhl, of Lexington, 40 head of export cmle that will average 1,400 for 4J. The cattle are to bo delivered in Feb-- l uary and this Is the highest price paid In the county this season. Elizabeth-tow- n , Dr. J. B. Owsley's mules '90 Bruce, W. acres '97 Bal. Brock, James 50 1 Buchinger L. 0 acres '07 Bishop, Noah 33 aoros '07 Delay neyV, Joe Atlmr 172 aoros '9 7 2 ChappeR Stoinegpor 260 acres 2 '07 Bal. 4 Same, 250 acres '02 2 '97 Farris.J.B. 190 acres 4 150 acres '97 Farris, Reuben 15 D. 100 acres '92-- 7 Ilnmui, J 6 Harris, D. J. 4S acres '00-- 7 did not Howard's, Jamos hoirs' 52 aoros 20 3 40 27 00 80 00 20 90 10 in '26 I 3S f 23 f I I I II I j im 26 Li V M B BS Hwi Gone Buck into the Coal .BuhineMs, friends wm want Uml ran Uar oMlerwith linwipl J. II. !llRln. ukk-- will T I. Mlhl.TON t I.EOX? IN Physical hlluro And Vocal by bftctm SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, CY. Ill ak thf initriMHtf Ilrniw-- And will KjirtHMllv mi1 " iHhr band tno Jelll-cl Cml and Unforl the public. Ht o. b-- kv ,90-- 7 Lair's, Jesse heirs 160 acres '97 Leon, Albert 70 acres '90 Oaks, Jcmimah 50 acres '93-- 7 Pence, Sohn T. 33 acres '97 Boborts, Amanda 100 acres '97 Smith, Mis. J L. 130 acres '97 Spears, Elijah 25 acres '97 Woods, Mrs. Mary town lot '97 Wolf, August 50 acres '97 COLOKED 20 Murphy MKS U. I) SIMPSON, I'ror. 35 e : oppo-hlt- o At Mr. K. I.. UlilnHientt's Ml!eli-70 Dr. XV. It. U'IIhiiiioii'm. Mr GnoUknlglil lm tuillel the wjence 55 Newly furnished; clean beds; HIendl Ky., nml eeii trnliitMl In the Art of Vik-u- I Torters Everything bio. scIkhiU of Oruloiy In In tin1 trams timet 5 iloatoii where the suujoct It moro thoroughAMERICAN & EUROPEAN n ly stinllfl Mini bi'ttvr tfiuglit than 1 SO In Kuroo or America. 1J.ANA 2 00 No muttur what the vooatluu In life uurv one neeiU this the mot ltriH)rtiit as well Ladies Rentatirant is the Ilnost in The 0 35 Mrs. pixxl-knlgus tho most useful of nil, Art-- . city. Kvcry convonionce for Indies 2 15 (,'lves sM'clul nttoiitlou to the train-lti- jr the fipendiiif; the day in the city. of touchers, lawyer and priMiehors. 4 45 Gentlenin's Cnfo on olllcc lloor. LtwNOtis from A. i. till A v. i. on Tuo.-tlnv- s. 1 45 Thursilayt uiul Sutunlnyi. Tor furTHOPV1AS A. MULLICAN, Mrs. G. 1 90 ther Information call on or nddrt--s Ithluo-hoari'during above MieelOed hour nt Mrs. Manager. 1 03 At other times nt her homo one Stanford, Ky., Music - TutMliyrimrsdiy and Sunday fcl on Danville pike. 1 35 mile from court-hoKvchiiiK Nora Coodknight, Mason Motel ftiHt-cInha. LOUISXZILLE' HOTEL Lancaatcr, Louisville, Kciitucky. Ut eNe-Hlio- ht H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, h. ut Jake Estill, of Fayette county, has bought 16 white faced yearling heifers from Joe C. Graddy at 5c. They weighJ News. UNDE.H-T.&KER- ! And Dealer in SAAUiaao, SADDLERY, &0. a A I KIPMN STANFORD. ' r.l&l&T.aa.t.a.f.aa.T.s&T,aa.l KY. (via a.1 r i i ? Tr af- M-- 1 '.' '.' M-- 1 M- -' W '4.' r wvwww'jnw; t HfWWW m i i ! l i IW5. l ' f i r r '' '' w" '. v . y ; I THE POPULAR H?: J ed from 500 to 800 pounds. Woodford Sun, which paper also reports sales of feeding cattle at 41, fat hogs at 3.15 1,- 100 pound steers at 4c and 100 barrels of corn at 81.00. The land of Mrs. R. L. Whlto at Hubblo was rented as follows: 40 acres of corn land to Greenberry Bright at 31.60, 20 acres bottom to same party at 36; oat land at 32.00 to 83.50 and 135 acres blue grass land to G. A. Swlne- broad at 32.50. A good crowd was present and stock sold well. Col. J. P. Chandler reports Adam Rlchert's sale Thursday, largely at- -' tended. Milk cows brought from 827 ' Bal. Howard, Tom 2 acres 7 Middleton, Barbara town lot '96-Bice, Peter 1 acre '90-Umber, Sam 2 ncres '97 Welch. Thoiuaf 1 acre '95 7 Crab Orchard and Chappels Gap turnpike road 3 miles '97 '95-6-7 7 6-- 0 00 2 30 3 70 Of Thoroughbred ?tock 4 1 85 I will ut my farm on tho plku lending 5 00 from Stanford to Crab Orchard. 3 miles fiom PUBLIC SALE! T Farmers Bank&Trnst OK STANFOUP, Co Is Receiving Ills Fall And V"Intcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. KY. Urab Orchurd and from Stanford, on Paid up Capital, Surplus, .Ie-lt- $200,000 OC 17,603 80 10 10 Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 1898, WAYNESBURG PRECINCT WHITE NO. 3 Sell Austin, IvB. 60 acres '07 Baugh, Alfred D. 12 acres '96 7 Bal. linker. Mrs. E. O. . N. K. 125 acres Bastin's, Lance heirs 150 acres '96-Brackett, John 103 acres '90- - Bal. Burfew, Charles 100 acres 97 Cain, C. W. 75 acres '90-- 7 Childers. Jas. L. '95 Carrolton, W. II. 4 acres '97 Camden, Mrs. S. A..00 acres '07 Same, 00 acres '91 Carman. Hczekiah 25 acres '90-riorn. Mrs. W. II. 100 acres '04-Bal. Duvall. Robt. II. 34 acres '90-t?:l.- - Tl.r. 107 nrrps '90 Frazie'r, Robt II. 12 acres Gastineau. Jas L. 35 acres '07 7 7 7 7 '95-0.7 445 4 00 4 & i : ' ' - U U l-- f if l ' 817.23. calves 312 ,?3, yearling steers 321, heifers 813.25 to 316, a Polled Aberdeen Angus bull 845, shoats 81.45 to 40 3 30 11 vo 2 75 2 35 2 50 2 35 2 20 1 30 1 4 25 - ;ihitTfi,,,,,,,m,,,,,,,,,,,,,,vu,,,H?: - : k W ofTptpTTs 4 a A A 3 1. ft STiT. X' A 1 I4 1 , AsUMMMl" Vat l 11 Mr aW ::! t!r ;;! S : Vi i F rce brood sows $10 each. About barrels of corn sold at 81.65 and a ho steers at 822.10. lot of The Harrodsburg Democrat says: "Chas. H. Baxter bought a horse for the small sum of 80 cents. Afterwards he traded the animal for a yearling heifer, six shoats, four barrels of corn and a gallon and a half of molasses. He sold th,e heifer the next day for the neat sum of 810, and still has the other articles, on which ho contemplates making a neat profit." two-year-ol- d 9 O 3 10 2 35 5 00 2 15 W TV IfiO ncres '97 Harris, G W. 40 acres '06 Harris. W. II. 00 acres '97 Bal iTnmm Vmnrsoii 1 10 acres '97 j : :! !4t - W Uo. f& i 1 &t3iK J BEEDf J. D. Whalen is suing Dr. Frank Boyd, of Paducah, for 310,000 damages because he was badly burned whllo the doctor was trying to locate a bullet In i IttJTttf Till P' - i ' tftf' M I ' - '' l ; lataiMaialaaaMaMaMaaat4tWat-latalayii ' ' i VpWWWWWvPW.WWWVF his head with X rays. Chris Klein, who wa3 assaulted In Cincinnati Thursday night, is dead. His dying statement was that he had ct.i. w t J.i nrc9 '97 been killed by robbers. Smith, J. K. 50 acres '97 A prominent druggist of Portsmouth, O., was put off a train while under tho Smith. Monroe 15 acres ,97 130 acres influence of cocalno and was later Trobridge, Mrs Bottle '90-- 7 Bal found frozen to death. 7 Hatsock, Mrs. Jane 115 acres '07 Jewell. II. O. 80 acres '90 7 tt..i, no nnreH '95 Bal t Leach, Cash C. 50 acres '90-- 7 Mullins. Mrs. Sarah 3 acres '97 xr..lttno R H fl7 rnres '97 Newell, W. S. 30 acres '07 Pptrev. Arm n 5 acres '95.0-- 7 Bal r)ni,incnn Wm. If) acres '95 7 Singleton! D. A. 7 acres '97 ' Smith. Jas. 100 acres '00-123 acres '97 Speigle. Jacob 5 00 80 1 40 5 50 3 80 2 80 3 1 2 2 1 i, 50 90 05 75 70 6-- 3 4 2 8 3 2 1 45 60 15 . . mfa m t. .1, ,vur lu Nalioiial Hanka .0. IMIAW. John B. Castlkuan, a are fully j.rot.-ctofollowing to the highest bidder tho 10 o'elxk. Ita tiartiiuiiri iKiuK ii proiierty. cominenclng tit aiuountof Uivlritiick tlierrln al Jack, beautiful the extent of the Clinton. Jr.. u Value thcrwf, Inanition to Ibeaniount In. long and rangy, Hnohtylo the In mrli ibarw. It may act a e"'"'".."!1; venlU black, 15H hands, nnd action; has proven a good breeder. He tulul.tiator.tru.tw.Ae.a.fiilly n an Itevcliur, ho by TctiJerlniroiir thatikilo tho.e who luTeciitrml. was sired by Clinton, he by nue 1rlmi 2ml. lm liv I'rlnco Int. Iinmirted UV ed their IimIucm t ". wo trut they will wnt a aRuaranleefor hank-lu- g Jc Alford. Dam. flno Jennet owned todoM,iilweoll;r Adams exrlenco In by Allen & Ilenty, of Clinton Co. iuafo conUtcnl and I'rinec, oeauiuui oiiick jneK. i years oiu, with kouud banklnt;. SImmI IjV lifitwld linn ktvli mill iLitlriti. lil DIRECTORS. OF LIVKRrOOL. Joo lllackliurn. Jr., ho by Joo Hliickburu.ho J. J. William., Mt.Ven.oii; 110 iy- rrintu no uv .11, uy I'ritico Jru. Y. II. I.UIUU1IU, HViir....... 1st, Imported by Adams & Alford. J. H. Uie J. Ow.lpr. St.. h II Simula. Wllll.ini Cinoch. Tom, lino uincK jiick, .j years 0111, lumuiui J . F. Cail , S J. Kiulirjr, lino htvlo and action. Sired by .Too nnd of BRRBEE & C&STLBKEB. A . W. Carpcmcr; J. K. Ltiiii, Hlackburn. See his pedigree above. J. N. Meuefce. dam of the abuvo threo lacks Is a bl'k Tho MAN.UlL'ItS, orricRRS. jennet. IS hands nnd a lino Individual, ownH.SIianka. President: L. I). Garner, Crab Orchard. ed by J. 11. Owalcy Caaliler, IlrUhl Teller Commerce ;Bnllding, Louisville. HowllngOreen, Jr.. be.iutlful black lack, M Colt of M. S. 4 years. HI hands and fine. Agents Throughout tho outh. ltnugliHiiin's Imp. Howling Green. Threo Jouuots with colts, nil well bred and BANK In lino trim. Lot of O. I. O. Hogs, males and females, nnd many other things. local Agent, Tcums. Sums i'iO and under cash; over a OF STANFOUD, KV. credit of IS months, with good negotiable Kentucky, note bearing 0 per cent. Interest. Terms Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 Stanford, must bo compiled with before property Is 37' MRS. N. A. GAKNtfll. removed. Attention ol the public I. called to tlm fact that Nutioual Uank In htanford. Un-dJ. V. Chandler, Auc'r. Crab Orchurd, Ky. this la the lank Act tbe proriilona ol the Nationalcapital atock, deroaltora are ecure.l uotouly li the an aiiinuni llablflty tor baiby ilia .tpckhohlcra1 coual tn theitock .othat dejwslioriof thlaluitltu. A Uon nre.ecured by a fund ol'SAli.eOO. Hve iworn ol tho condition ol the Hank are wade Get you rShaves nnd Haircuts nt Illake-moro- 's stalemeuta to llio United Stntea Ooreniincnt und IU Shop. He Is tho b'.lckest nnd each Tear examined atatated tluiea by goveruiuent Ilurlier Tho Florida & New Orleans Umitcil Mseta are Gil best barber In Crab Orchard, Ky. agent., tbui aeiurlng additional and trlect aalet; IrainHof thoQuOOn St CrOSCOn run throiiKli to Jnckbonvillo and '"ThiUiulliutlon orlslnally establish m rwrganUed u New Orlcnus in 124 liours from Oincinna. ed Blue-CrassSoHank ol Stanford Hi IMil, tlieii lbC5 audairaln ti. he National Hank ofHtantord In heed nnd reorianlwd as the First National Hank of Sauiord Tlicsp fast trains nro of tlio finest type, 100 bushels stripped blue-grain m'i, bus had practically an unlntcrrui.ti-- exist, luxuriously fitted, nnd running on a perextra Poland China lioar for uale. onerTfor 3 years. It Is better sullied now A. W. CAUPENTEU, Mlllcdgcvlllc. and tacllltles for transacting business jiruiuptlJhouorable fect road-belis Ion and Winter Tourist Low round. trip tickets Accouwi of IndlTlduaU, nduclarlcs.arni. on sale throughout tho North. L,nii and IndlTiduali solicited. r' Is" INSURANCE COMPANY ...... FIRST NATIONAL V7. A. THIBBLI, er Word To You. 24 HOURS Route it and Boar. ss w. 45 55 40 75 13 Dars Trouble in de HOUND TO SELL, DIKKCTORS. All tho'jo Oliver Plows, All tho-- Clover Seed. wfl'.WalWi'i.M W. A. Tribble, All thoso Seed Sowers, All those Harness, J.H. ColHer.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. M, 1). Elmore, Stauford. All thoo Steel Ranges, OFFICERS. All those good, cheap suites of Furniture, All you neonlo remember mo. rrcil.lent; J. J. McItoberU J. S. Hocker, McKIuney, AlJtautCasMer. CashU I). S. CARPENTER, HustonvlUo. A. A. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S.T. Harris, llayden, Stanford h. HltaugUma... J. W. An elegant service of Cafe, Parlor, and Observation Cars on these trains. Double daily train service "Write for tnfcrmatlon to W. C. Kineanson, Gcn'l l'asa'r Ag't. Cincinnati, O, Send 10 cents for line Art colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka-inaug- a ?-