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McKlXN'BY. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1898. MORF.LAND. S. M. i , JV (W i ?i l- - Helm and Edw. Peyton report AN' IXTISItlOlt JOCKNAL MAN TA1CKS A U ; '; they liuvo bought 22 head of iuto calves I'KI'P AT IT AND TK'XS AHOUT IT. &KZ I at an average of 89.75. Having a desire to seo u democratic iB Nearly all tho tobacco crops in this House and Senate, something that Ken. vicinity have been prized and shipped tucky could not show when I was in ! in the liil 10 days. Wright & Sandus-k- y Frankfort last, I ran over Tuesday and alone having shipped 25 hogsheads spent a day very pleasantly watching My stock of Ladies' Shoes yet comprises many V from here. tho proceedings, Tho democrats of of the Choicest Things of the Season, in Thomas II Smiley, J. J. Spear, :, tho 10 to 1 theory aro in the majority, Bros and Arthur Helm all left but that detracted not tho least from $ this morning with a line hunch of eight my pleasure, and prldo of seeing tho W ! ;;; horses that were entered in Faulconer's State again In the hands of the party, ' LU gaie ut Danville this week. which should and will hereafter control ground hog did not seo his shadow. So Rev. J. L. Allen, of Danville, preach-- J It. I predict that republican LegislaIn all the popular lasts. But they must go beII all those who believe that that little ed a very Interesting sermon on thodu-- , tures will be about as far between In VI n cause unlmal controls the weather can rest ties and responsibilities of the officer! the future as they J have been In the assured that wo will have no inoro win- of the church here Sunday morning, past, and even further If a iff has Senutor ter. y after which officers were elected and to be elected. In short I don't believe Mr. Josoph Aldridgc, uged (ISV year, ordained. Mnrelund now bus a Chris:: died at his home near Marksbury on tian church of over 50 members, und is Kentucky will need any more republiThat is in them and the room they occupy. PriWednesday. The remains will be bur- steadily growing. Elder Livingston, can Senators after his fatness, Senator .: Deboe, gets through. ces reduced as follows: led In Lancaster Cemetery :: at 10 tho rcgulnr pastor's, next appointment .1 The body Ik a good looking one nnd I o'clock. Ho was a very popular mun, is tho first Lord's dny in March. see no reason why a great amount of a substantial citizen, a consistent memIn his speech Tuesday in reference to good shall not come from It. The re& GO ber of the Chi iatlan church und leaves the christening of the battleship. publicans aro disappointed at the conmany friends and relatives to mourn Kentucky,'" Col. Jack Chlnn says servatism of It and are shaking In their 'lv. All 2.75 .....1 2.50 goods can now 1... had for 52 ! his departure. there Is more fight in a quart of whisky boots for fear that a break will not be By way of concurring with Miss than In any amount of aqua pura oband our 2 line drops to $1.50. These are not : Christine Bradley, in her suggestion to tainable. If the intention is to Infuse made. old style, shelf-wor-n goods, but brand new and I. Lincoln county's representative, Hon. use water Instead of whisky In chrismarines who man the ship, with M. F. North, is ono of the most poputhe 0- the best the land affords. tening tho "Kentucky," our W. C. T. plenty of "pcrap." allow us to suggest lar men In the House. Ho attends III U. Is preparing to prcseut her a a quart of Geo. Brown's "High Top," bottle, mounted with sliver, to be but all genuine Kentuckians will even strictly to his own business, is ever watchful of the trust Imposed In him mod on that occasion. She was a mem then arlso to ask, "Why tho waste?" and his seat is never vacant. He was V: ber of the "Loyal Legion," in this km m The North suburb of Morcland hns sick Tuesday, but was at work--, not Ar irf city, which is an auxiliary to tho Tem- been christened Middlctown nnd tho withstanding, and introduced a bill perance Union, and her efforts, in the way real estate is changing hands down asking an appropriation of $500 for the Mrs. Ann Iliictou, who cause, were productive of much good. there is a caution. George Stnton sold LOQK-O- Ut recentlys!firred u stroke of paralysis On Monday night, Mrs. SI B. Mitch- to Win. Epperson 100 feet adjoining purpose of caring for the graves of the Confederates, who lost tholr lives at and is now lying almost at death's door. ell, aged 7:i years, died at the residence him for $100. Dudley Vaught has comPerry ville. This was his 'first bill ask She Is nearly 70 years old and scarcely of T. S. Elkin. Funeral services were menced the erection of a dwelling on ing an Por somo safe placo to do his trndlnp. Afappropriation and he feels conany one entertains real hoo of her re- conducted by Elder George Gowen on tho lots bought of "Wm. Akins. Jnmcs ter lie 1ms found us. our method fident that it will pass the House, and nnd falrdenllng, ho covery. She Is a most estimable lady, Tuesday afternoon and the remains Prowitt hns erected a school-hoiie- e and believes the appropriation will be will buy all hN whoe friends are numbered among the were Interred In Lancaster Cemetery. Merldllh Prultt Is teaching school In made. best puoplu In tho county. Hex. W. She was born and reared In Montgom- tho same. J. K. Helm has moved into Senator Farrls Is well liked for his H. Dnvon and son, Will, are In Cin- ery county, this State, but moved to his new dwelling, and Bill Akins can honesty and energy and his endorseIndiana, where her husband died. Some not decide whether he will build a cinnati on business. y ment is worth a good deal when a measJustice V. A. Coffey's court here time ago she cume to live with Mrs. frame residence on his lots, or ure Is presented. His bill to put Jack-soNobby Neckwear and Fancy Socks from us. drew a largo crowd to town. "Uncle" Elkin, her niece, who contributed to all hold for a public building. In More-lan- d in the llth and Casey In the 8th Martin McCormack's trial for disturb- nor wants until her death. Deceased proper. Dr. M. L. Pipes has ing religious worship at Turnersvlllo was a member or tho Christian church, bought tho Hayncs property, and all district will pass almost beyond a doubt. Jackson will be taken out of was of more than ordlnury interest to possessed of tho best traits of this happening In less than 10 days, the Eighth any way. and was resigned to death, causes us to wish our clothes were cut tho colored jwople, and was attended I urn glud to tell his constituency J. L. FROHMAN & Co., Danville, Ky. by probibly 100 of them. "Uncle" seeming to realize that a blissful future in a more metropolitan style. that Mr. North voted ugalnst the foolMartin Is 05 years old and blind, but by would be enjoyed. Mrs. Ada Fishback, of Livingston, Is Mr. J. O. Onstott and Miss Ella, tho visiting her father's family, Hon. B. B. ish bill Introduced by silly Bill Saunthe colored people of .his neighborhood daughter of Mr. James Lit- - King, this week. Len Shannon, U. S. ders, asking Senator Lindsay to resign. considered very rich. It was plain to Vex, We've Got to Give Up them that "I'nclo" Martin had, while troll. oloed from the Buckeye vicinity A., stationed at Ft. Thomas, has been Lincoln's represenntive realizes that of whisky, (which on Monday night. Mr. Llttrcll came visiting relatives and friends here for the 00 days allotted can bo spent in betunder the Influence they denominate "stlller's dog,") wil- to town on Tuesday very much enraged the past week. Mrs. Bert Shoemaker ter work than voting a man out, who will, and should not, pay attention to it. fully disturbed their religious worship, and spent considerable money with tho and mother-in-lareturned Tuesday Speaker Beckham, of the House, is a and they wen; anxious to seo for them- - telegraph operutor. One of tho mes- from a week's visit to relatives at weak looker and is hardly half large solves if a democratic court would mako sages informed the authorities at New und Wllmore. B. P. Buck The mild winter hns caused our stock of coal to accumulate and wo will a rich imui pay for such conduct as Albany, Ind., that the girl was not 15 and wife drovo through to Wllmore In enough for the chair he occupies, uvoir for tho next 10 days sell coals of all kinds at If ho were a poor devil who years old. They opplled for a llccnso u buggy last week visiting Mr. Buck's dupois considered, but ho Is very popureadily as might have to lay It out in jail. As tho In that city on Tuesday and being re- father. Dave Peyton Is measuring lar and his decisions aro scarcely ever to jury of six men who heard tho case tax fused they proceeded to Jeffcrsonvlllc, lumber at McKInney this week. When- - appealed from. I was pointed" out ed up a flno of $50 and costs against the out a telegram had been received thoro over tho services of an export Is need- Messrs. Trimble und Mocquot, who for In order to rcduco our stock. Now Is tho time to buy while prices aro lower than you will find them ngaln and you can haul your coal while you are old man, the doubting ThSmascs went also, and tho license was refused, when ed Davo Is generally the man for tho awhile ran against him, aud I readily Idle. Please call at our yards and be convinced that the above Is true. away seemingly satis lied, though with Onstott remarked that he would go to job. Mr. Win. Minor, who for several saw the wisdom In choosing the Nelson might lonueBsoo, then to Illinois und llnally years has been connected with tho firm county entry. Lieut. Gov. Worthlng-to- n some lingering fears that they Is the personification of dignity as 7mo lime fall Into the hands of Squire to France, If nece?nary, to bo married. of King it Prultt, has severed his conSpeaker of tho Senate. Ho Is a fatherCofToy, rho Is now well kno.vn among Later In tho day they drove to Cory-donection with the firm and is at present g filll old soul and Is far betInd., where they were married u gentleman of leisure. It is to bo hop- ly, them as tho "plson" squire of McKIn 5 ter with the gavel than he is with the ,li ney. We will say, howovor, in his be- and will return home victors as young ed he will deem It profitable to embark pardoning power, which ho abuses. half that ho Is "plson" only when law folks always do. in some kind of business here, for al Lobbyist woreon hand from everyand Justice are back of him. The trial of R. W. Fletcher, tho col- would regret to lose such u good citiwhere In general and Louisville In parW. K. G. ored teacher and politician, on tho zen. Mr. Randolph Coffey is cotltlucd ticular and the solons were button-holecharge of tho paternity of tho child to his room with a severe attack of right and left. Every railroad and NEIGHBORING COUNTY NEWS born to Emma Johnson, a former pupil corporation of note in tho Stato has a Tho dwelling of William Goodln, of his, was begun by Judgo Burnslde RELIGIOUS REAJDING. professional lobbyist there and their near Middloburg, burned with its con- and a jury on Monday morning and wns interest will not likely be neglected. reRev. H. C. Morrison Is holding a tents, causing a loss of 32,000. No In- concluded on Tuesday night about 8 Tho irrepressible Jack Chlnn is on o'clock, when tho jury returned a ver- vival at Grcensburg. surance. of not guilty. Tho whole trial Rev. Z. T. Williams has just closed a hand and is almost everywhere. I saw Aunt Salllo Foster, of Madison, aged dict 105 years, It dead. She was the oldest savored of the salacious and lecherous meeting at Hiseville, In which thoro him leaning on Speaker Beckham's chair and in tho twinkling of an eye ho white woman in Contra Kentucky, and to an extent which forbids further no- were 2.1 additions. Tho Methodist church at Maysvllle, was in the Senate Chamber working tice. County Attorney Owsley and her descendants are nearly 100. A freight train on tho C. S. and one Messrs. R. II. Tomlinson and G. B. of which Rev. J. S. Sims Is pastor, suf- against the confirmacion of Dr. Wiley as superintendent of the Eastern Kenon the R., N. I. & H. ran Into oaeh oth- - Swlnobroad appeared for ''.lie prosecu- fered ?2,000 damages by fire. Rev. Lowry's meeting at tho Metho- tucky Lunatic Asylum.- Jnck Is not Engln- - tion, and Capt. Herndon, W. 1. Wilw at Nlohohnvtllo Juuctlonaud without intluoncc and I believe his ef , ecr Gcorgo Shlrloy and T. J. Sullivan liams and J. Hunt McMurtry for the dist church in Elktou closed with over forts in the Wiley case will not bo fudefense. Thoy all madu speeches which 50 con versions and 21 additions. woro badly hurt. It is said that there are 10,000 Bap- tile. Hon. Clifton II. Breckinridge, late evinced much information on such subDr. Andrew Scargunt, of Christian, minister to Russia, lias returned to his jects. Fletcher is a leader among tho tist churches in the United States withwith- brother of our Hugh, is one of the most home in Arkansas. His name has been republicans. That was proved when out pastors, and 0,000 preachers active members in tho House, but ho is mentioned in connection with the pres- the verdict was read, by Attorney Lew-I- s out churches. L. Walker, saying, "God reigns and Eld Z. T. Sweeney has accepted tho on tho wrong side politically to achieve of Centre College, Danville. idency call of the 7th Streut Christian church much this session. Ho is a big, fine white tho republican party still lives." Sidney Brink, a in Richmond, Va., at 1,500 a year aud looking fellow, nnd may like Deboe boy, who was sent up for two years for J UNCTION CITY7 catch some good plum before he quits will begin Sunday. but who was subseHave tho mo t approved Careful estimates place the number politics. A protracted meeting will begin at quently pardoned by Gov. Bradley, is Miss Pauline Hardin, librarian-elect- , in existence at 410.000,000, In of Bibles In jail at Richmond for a repetition of the M. E. 0 nu roll Sunday night. Mr. W. S. Hilton Is improving slow- contrast with 0,000,000 at tho begin- was a guest of tho House Tuesday and the otTcnso. horpopulurity was shown by'themarked ' Gcorgo Howe, a ly and we hope to see him out soon ning of tho century. attention she received. She has a sad, Tho now pastor, Rev. S. M. Runlcln county boy, Is in jail at Louisville for again. selling moonshlua. He says he wanted Mr. Lucicn Wells has returned from will begin his labors for tho Presbyte but sweet face, is a most deserving And He.it Line of Perfumes. Soaps and Toilet Articles on tho Market. to buy school books and a irnirrowhosc Crooksville, O., where he hud accepted rltiu church Sunday, where ho will young lady und tho office will help her very materially In making a living for preach at 11 o'clock. name ho does not know, gave him 25 a position as operator. herself and those who are dependent o Drummers aro thick in town this cents commisslou on every jug of Capt. Jack Chlnn wires tho Now upon her. E. C. W. sold. week. They all seem to jret a cold he York World that ho is in favor of Cap Adams and Goodo Dolanoy, l'l- - shouldcras business is dull. Said a lawyer In u Boston court tho Kentucky boys, woro convicted of petit year-ol- d The old board has gono out nnd the christening tho battleship other day, In tho course of a plea to the larceny at Nicholasvllle and sentenced now ono sworn In. Still tho water only with tho "real thing." Ho thinks jury: "This man, your honor, with all old Bourbon Is what tho Kentucky to work Iioubo terms, but woro turned stands In front of property in ponds. with. Sailors and duo respect to you, is tho biggest fool .One more lot of. Mr. W. E. Wullur, of Manusville. Is should bo started off over to tho Federal authorities to bo navy officers uro protesting vigorously I ever saw." And tho officer rapped e filling tho place of Mr. Frank Reynolds on tho ehargo of robbing the tried Ken on his desk for silence. at the planing mill. Judgo P. S. Tat- ugalnst the plan to ehristien tho ves Capt. Ray's report to tho war departThoy say . the tle has moved Into his now homo next tucky with water. ment is one thht will serve to keep pco-el- e Guuerally speaking tho good llttlo to W. T. Richardson. Mr. George sel will bo known as unlucky among out of the Klondiko country, as ho boy Is scarce There aro 00,000 crimi- Aarons has accepted a position us sailors If It Is doue, and will havo difsays of all who have gono there In two In securing a good crow. nals behind the bars Incthis country clerk for F. S. Tattle. Miss Lucilu ficulty To bo given away with each 25c worth of There are still $25,000,000 outstand years but 7 per cent, have earned u livunder HO years of ago, and 10,000 In re- Vanarsdiill and Mrs. Delia Hall mnda ing, the others being destitute. formatories ranging from soven to IT Hying visit to Lebanon Junction nnd ing of tho bonds of 1891. Thoy bear Thu wife of J. D. Pottis, of Pensaco-la- , !. only 2 per cent Interest und huvo been .MllLlll.. .lun years. Thoro aro more children In the UUUIOI luw Il.l ,,wfl. Flu., presented him with four flno rcileomuble uny time during tho lust house of refugo and various reformatoTho Odd FellowB' Mutual Aid Socio-ty- , seven years, yet their holders havo boys, A few years ago sho became tho ry institutions In that State, says a Pennsylvania papor, than thoro uro tho of Indiana, which did buslnuss on never called for their money, simply mother of two boys and a girl. 73c. ll.ibbltt's Soap sells six cakes for iSa general presumption that It was Jacob Guffy, of Pittsburg, Pa., was Wo will give you a handtomo plcturo worth soup made. criminals In tho jails. and Is the beat connected with tho great order ufter because they do uot know what better Mrs. Win. Preston, relict of tho dis- which It was named, has quit business to do with It than let tho government, found frozen to death. In his pockets tinguished Confederate general, is with liabilities of $100,00u and assets In which thoy havo perfect confidence, were a Bible, a deck of curds und a bot& tle of whisky. of sa. keep it at 2 per cent interest, dead ut Loxlngton. to-da- T. II. Coluniiin prciioliotl ut tho llaptlt clmrcli Saturday night, Stm-tla- y morning and night. He Is now the uatot' of thut congregation and will preach rogulnrly on the -- ml Sutiinhiy unit Sunday In ouch month, preaching four ftcnnoiiM ench trip. Ho will preach ut New Salenl church at 2 o'clock p. m. on ouch Sunday of his appolntinonts horo. A prayer meeting was organized at tho l'reHbyterlan church hero Friday night. Somebody called It a "union prayer meeting." What else In ecnthnent ought any prayer meeting bo? Rev. William Young, of Richmeeting with mond, closed a tho colored Baptist church here Sunday, baptizing 21) converts, all of whom took membership In the Baptist churuh here. Ho will llkoly bo called as pastor of tho Hock. llov. John Bright, of Cnrtorsvllle, Co., Ih visiting relatives here Miss MAtie Doll I n. of Somerset, is visltlngfc Mlieu Vaught. neat here. MlHsLkfra Hill, of Georgetown, Is D. L. Moore. Mr. Earl Hall, of Somerset, visiting at Dr. Green Mooro's. Mrs. Mattlo Ware went to Georgetown Monday to seo her daughter. Miss Genla, who In reported too sick to pur&uo her studies In school. It Is hoped that her lllnet may not serious. Miss Bella Johnson, of Klngsvllle, Is spending several days Mrs. Eva Hunn. Mr. G. Htbler, of hlqago, has been attending the 10-da- y be-co- LANCASTER. Ice Is being guthcred horo Thursday, about A Inches thick. Mr. V. M. Tanner and his sister, Miss Florence, of McKInney. are visiting their sister, Mrs. W. IC. Shugars. It is claimed here thatCapt. William Herndoii is the author of the card sent to Soimtor Farrls, as he blushed when it was shown to him, and as ho knows the folly of making a luw to attempt to mako some lawyers honest. The sup did not shine hero on Wednesday until nearly 2 o'clock and the THE LEGISLATURE. r '. m NO. 9G T CHEAP SHOES. Me-Allst- er , HANDTURIMS & ENGLISH WALKING SHOES, I ! I 1. ; to-da- y I I I NEED THE MONEY $3 GOO0S I 0; 011 $3.50 At $2.50. I I cut-gla- ss w h. j. rvic ROBERTS, vx OH TUB arftar i i two-stor- Suits, Overcoats and Underwear. Hats, n noble-womanhood-, m w Hnr-rodsbu- rg I I JLT COST I Aetual Cost I n, J. H. BAUGHMAN& CO. 1 1 kind-lookin- ton-slllti- s. d Wanted, In Trade,- 100 Barrels of Corn at $2. Mark Hardin, Stanford. Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig t - f ffocker house-breakin- - FACE : LOTONS, v moon-uhlu- ti Wll-mor- post-olllc- o. Handsome Oil Paintings I B. T. Babbit's Best Soap. HIGGINS 7HTKINNEY, !.... "V f And now it Is said that tho Kentucky was has presented an Tho bill for viva voco voting will not bo launched before April 15. election bill which will chango the eu killed. THE INTERIOR The Insurgents hung Joso Dhi7, who A bill to prevent pool selling and to ro machinery. It establishes a State Introduced by was sont as un emissary of tho govornor ""board of commissioners to bo elected limit racing has been makes it a fel- of Pinar del Rio with proposals of Senator Dronston. It Feu .4. jgQg by tho General Absomby every four ony to sell pools on horse races, prize peaco and surrender. Stanford. Ky., years and to consist of three members. The Bluegrass Building and Loan j The present body Is to elect the m fights or elections, and limits racing to Association, of Lexington, mado an as15 days each of board and the emergency clause is at- - two meetings yearly W. P. WALTON. sortment. Liabilities ?50,000; assets because of frauds for each Incorporated association. tached to tho bill is tho namo to remember when buying SarKiparilla. Dr. is determined that nominally tho same. Senator Bronston that are now perpetrated In elections. Lexington has sent to a Cincinnati Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been curing peoplo right along for AS a matter of course the Teller res- This commission is to appoint a county tho governor shall bo divested of part n in a Negro girl who nearly 50 years. That is why it is acknowledged to bo tho of his power. Ills latest bill Is to olect in use olution adopted by tho Senate was de- board which will namo tho election weighs 475 pounds. Sho Is only flvo of ,all sovereign Sarsaparilla. It ia tho original and tho standard. feated In the House. Mr. Heed decreed instead of the county judge, and commissioners to havo control record that of the State. feet threo Inches tall. Tho record of tho remedy is without a rival,--It and hla minions fairly fell over each canvass the returns. Tho members or the charitable Institutions Four meinbore of tho family of J. W. is written in tho blood of thousands, purified by its power. appointing power other to do his bidding. Tho voto was tho State board aro to recelvo So a day, This will take the 182 to 132, strictly party lines, except or not more than 3100 each year, and from tho govornor and place it in tho Prltchard, at Upton, wore poisoned bj "I mimed a lady who was fullering from blood poisoning ami must a box of dates sent to Miss" Leila Prltchhavo contracted tho disease from her; for had four largo pores, or ulcer, one from the county board members S2 a day, or hands of the democrats. democrats, that two break out on my iwraon. I doctored for a long time, both by ex ernal1 ard. A jealous lover Is suspected. South Carolina and tho other from not exceeding $20. The bill is modelapplication and with various blood medicines; but in spi e of al that POLITICAL POINTS A trust has been formed in New Pennsylvania voted with the republi- ed after tho Virginia law, which is said could do, tho sores would not heal. At last I purchased six bottles or Ayer's Sarsaparilla, thinking I would give It a thorough trial. Ileforo tho cans and one republican, Linney, of to work well. It does not do away with The annexation of JIawall will bo York with a capital of 815.000,000. combining 20 paper manufacturing plants Bix bottles had been taken, tho ulcers wero healed, tho skin sound and North Carolina, voted with the demo ' j devices, but that will also bo attended pushed to a conclusion and tho friends natural, and my health hotter than it had kisn for yearn. I havo hcen with an output of 1,113 tons dally. a crats. Evans against and Wheeler and to in another net. The passage oi tne now claim (!0 votes. well over since, I had rather havo ono bottlo of Dr. J. I . Aycrs Rj"wna-illAlthough Klein, the Cincinnati millRhea for tho resolution were the Seuator Vest reported adversely on than threo of any other kind.- "- Mrs. A. P. T.YU)R. Englevale, N. Dak. bill is certain as tho members are pracwho mado short speeches. tically a unit on the necessity of a tho bill providing for tho creation of a er, who left a dying statement that he wns murdered by robbers, tho coroThe latter created much enthusiasm on change. department of public health. Judge James Denton, of Somerset, is ner's jury decided that ho suicided. the democratic sido by his sledge hamTho church people of Georgia aro they have in Washington to protest against tho Foit the first time since mer licks at the dominant party and by been sitting together in tho Senate, appointment of Green Trimble for tho camping on Gov. Atkinson's trail bemany hisses from the republicans cause ho wvnt to a Sunday bull fight saying that If there was ono place in Messrs. Gocbel and Dronston clashed, Somerset postotfice. general directed that during a recent visit to Mexico. another that place Wednesday. It was on tho confirmahades hotter than The attorney Warden Hancock, of tho Frankfort was reserved for John Sherman, be- tion of Dr. Wiley to be superintendent tho Lexington election cases bo conpenitentiary, attempted to kill a repv! cause ho was first to rule that bonds of the Lexington Asylum, and Drons- tinued, but Judge Darr, of tho Federal resentative of a Northern manufactur should only be paid in gold. Dozens o.f ton, who was for confirmation, won. Goc- court, dismissed them instead. :. ing concern who tried to bribe him. n THE members made half minute speeches, bel said that tho appointment was the Tho Iowa lady who has made The annexation by tho Legislature of in order, as was remarked, to havo reward of Col. Gaithcr's military acfor a consulship, is getting a hook upon which to hang a speech in tivity during tho first session of the enough newspaper notices to fill a scrap 12 square miles to the city of Memphis, the Congressional Record, which will last Legislature and ho opposed tho book, but she Is not likely to get the gives it a populnllonof over 100,000 and makes It tho largest city In Tenncsseo. fairly bristle with unspoken speeches. confirmation for that and other reasons consulship. Thomas L. Thompson, The action of tho two bodies makes on Dronston said that personal matters J. L. Bosley, of the Paris Reporter, of State and onco with having lost out in an effort to get a chango in the law. It already stands with Gaither should be settled Great bonds In him Individually, which Goebel under- place In tho treasury, Is now in Wash- minister to Brazil, cut his throat while that the executive can pay the temporarily insane at Santa Rosa, Cal. e Mr. Teller's stood to be a thrust at his personal ington making a fight for tho coin of cither kind, but The First Presbyterian church in object was to prevent a discrimination courage. Senator Farris also spoko in his town. CLEARING New Albany wns damaged by fire to against silver and In favor of gold as against tho confirmation, but it went The republicans of Valley View, tho extent of about 825,000. Tho total has been and is being done. The result through 18 to 13. Madison county, published a card in Of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoo, Davi- Insiirnnccon church and organ was shows the republicans of the Senate the Richmond Register scoring Carpets and Mattings instill under headAfter a great number of ballots i n son fore and aft for appointing one Ly Jacob Luthardt has told the Chicago largely divided on tho question, way Our buyers .ire in Iho East to buy of tho Tenncsseo with the two parties in tho Houso prac- caucus, tho democrats dead-loc- k ons postmaster, whom nooouy wumeu police that he will produce the missing our Immense Spring stock, therefore, wo on tho tically solid for their respective sides. Legislature broke the and who never cast a voto in tho pre- Mrs. Adolph Luetgert, for whose almust dUpot of tho largo stock wo hnvo Senatorial nomination by nominating cinct. leged murder her husband Is on trial, on hand to make room for New Goods JOHN D. WHITE is again in process xnomas u. xuriey, wno uoius mu uuh-of State Morgan, of Ten- for $20,000. Secretary To emphasize the ?caon selling in of eruption. This time his fiery efforts by appointment oi uov. j.ayior. n as nessee, a supporter of Congressman Robert Howard, a farmer, was foutd thoso particular lines and to give you a aro directed against R. D. Hill who, he j accomplished by a combination of the : has resigned from tho govern- in a dying condition with a bullet hole clearer Insight in to values that are every says, will never bo confirmed as district Taylor and Turloy forces, which gave or's staff because of Gov. Taylor's in his breast near his home in Bell wherein our trr, iho following items requtr- attorney. He says a member of the ju-- ; the latter 10, tho exact number treatment of his friend, and in his let- county. It is thought he shot himself nre listed. rllnlnpv enmmittco has nrom scd that eu. .ioiiimn, who seems mu wuuiuu ter of resignation scores Taylor. with suicidal Intent. wind-up- . the question of confirmation shall not of the party, had 43 on tho The very day of tho evening In which Boston is experiencing tho worst y ba acted upon till he can be heard. Taylor immediately announced his Mr. McKlnlcy stood up'beforo the mil- blizzard int25 years. All business Is 1S99. to succeed Date in White has all along charged that Hill lionaires In their 815,000 banquet and paralyzed. The storm extends all over tool of Colson, who is trying to pay is a that will prove to vou that we aid you In incongruvial re- told of tho prosperity that had come to Now England, Canada and the lake reMr. Watterson's him for his dirty work for him with a marks on the Legislature In Wednes- the country, the Wheeling Iron fc gions. Snow is two feet deep. careful dressing by iuotlug prices for the of a reduction fat Federal office, but that he will meet day's Courier-JournliiKhoit quality lower than you are asked was evidently Steel Co. posted a notice The Spanish government, says a him at Phillppi. As chairman of tho for the KMjror texture. Madrid special, will ask the Cortes for written between the champagno and of wages from 10 to 20 per cent. district committee, Mr White says ho the sherry and is tho most humorous ltenil list of prices below Congressman Colson gives his views 810,000,000 to bo used in strengthening paid Hill 650 to print tho poll books j conglomeration of sense and nonsense, bo the navy, but where will the Cortex as follows: I don't beliovo thcro'll and that he got a relative to do so who Cut This Ad. Out good English and bad Latin that wo a river and harbor bill this session. get the money from is tho question. purposcdly made errors in them and building appro Cashier William J. Quinlan has ro havo ever read. There'll be no public and bring it with you. i loonier Drown Cot that he believes that Hill had a hand priation bills. No more Southern war signed under pressure from the Chemi In tho publication of a circular distribton yd wido, a good yd wide Itleneli P. T. Townes, of tho Pine-vlll- e claims will pass, and I think it is the cal National Dank of New York after Editor Cotion-IJHope Cotton fijc, Loudale, uted on election day announcing his Courier, saya that neither the edi- purpose of the leaders to adjourn not 30 years' service, because he made an Green ticket nnd Fruit of the Loom 0c, (White's) withdrawal from the race. tor of the Middlesboro News nor the unauthorized and almost worthless loan than May 15. a good apron Ginghstn 3)r, Outing Cloth White attempted to whip Hill at Frank- editor of this paper could vote Intelli- later of 8393,000. ijcand (lie, Ladies' Vests lie, Children's for these and sundry other alleged gently if the devices were taken from fort BRIEF NEWS NOTES. Judge Tarvln, of Covington, lies Union Suits a to 0 !c, Canton Flannel efforts against him, but was pulled off. the ballot. At least half of this is true. In tho Marion Grillin, a Pcaron, Ga., dude, grown tired of holding his court unbleached 4c, Ited and Gray all wool It Is a pretty fight, In which democrats Wo arc suro Albrecht couldn't. u in fell deud while leading a German. Flannel He, a few holts of good Jeans can sic them on and say "Lay on, John Hot'weathcr prevails in Australia, Covington and has issued nn ordor THE LEGISLATORS. left ft 8c, Ladies' Flannel Skirts that D. and d d be he who first cries, hold at transferring his court to Independence. 124 tnthoshado being registered unld at 7'icnow 50c, CoarHe Yarn nil colenough." The Post savs that Mr. North is some places. a small place 11 miles away. ors 60c, a good working Suit for Mn S'2.48 - U1U f us .!. """ TJlll l..n At Bowling Green, John Harvoy COL. JACK ClllNN told a represents-- . Knwn Work has commenced on Watts' No. a good lint for .Men and Hoys' 25c, .Men's coraralssues Dr. T. B. Larue arid E. A Shobo tlveof this paper that wo did him aa Senator Bronston's prison 2 furnace at Middlesboro and it will go Working Gloves ''3c, Men's SiijH!iider8 for 820,000 damages because ho had injustlce In the publication that he had ltt bm P081 tho Sonat -- "Tt0 In blast May 1. 10c. l)ok at our line of Atwood Suspen"Ho placed on his son's tombstone: affirmed that "the democrats of this! Orr's bill to regulate the Louisville Mrs. Sarah Baldridge, an aged ders L'Sc, Ulo nnd ISc A big line of chilnistnlM. hn,1 flivnnnnd tho nraid hm.'fl off TODaCCO warenousos pasaeu iu n"SU from her died by an assassin's hand." Young Mi mifxl hv fall in? w .. r dren's Kid solo Shoos in colors 21c, Hoy's "ci Shobe was stabbed to doath by tho for Negroes and didn't wish to trade 73 to 10. bed at Paducah. Overcont 8c nnd up, Menu' Uuhbor Shoes term of the Legislature The back." What he says ho said was in Hundreds of people In Newfoundlard plaintiff. 25c, Ladies' anil Children's Olouks and An attempt to burn and loot Piano, reference entirely to the leaders of tho does not expire till St. Patrick's Day, nnd Halifax are dead or dying from Capos one half the money they oont. Texas, was made and only fallud by tho l, gold bug movement. He has no wordi 1iarcn -cold and cxnosure. The bill to repeal the act excluding in the railroad yards arousing tn iiv iieatnHt tho rank and file, who At least five lives were lost In a hotel engines Crab Orchard Springs from Crab Orch- UreatGloversville, N. Y. The prop- the citizens by blowing whisllus. It were mislead by the aforesaid leaders, wa a well planned scheme to rob while will novorforglve nor forget. ard was passed 70 to 1. whom 'he T D KANKY, Mnnngur erty loss Is 3100,000. The House killed the bill extending Wo only spoke by tho card, as what we Thirty schooners were wrecked in fires in different sections were causing printed was sent out from Frankfort. to police judges the power to perform Massachusetts Bay and 20 bodies have excitement. As It was about oen store- were broken into and robbed. It gives us pleasure, however, to set the marriage ceremony. rate bill will been wnsbed ashore. The McChord railroad tho colonel right and to know for our- ' A baby a week old and weighing less Land and n Li vlnjr are bcitund cheap5 to l and selves that ho was guilty of nothing o be reported to tho Houso than a pound and but seven inches est in tho New South. Land S3 to So opposition thereafter. silly as a further effort to widen the meet with much long, Is tho sensation at Salem, O. an acre. Eiwy terms Good schools Dr. Seargent introduced a bill proh breach oetween the factions. Tho Channel Queen plying the and churches. No blizzards. No cold viding the death penalty and peniten- Channel, struck a rock and sunk. waves. Now illustrated paper, "Land FEHRUARY 5, 1875, that is to say 2J tiary confinement, for those who Of tho 05 passengers, 4 were lost. and u Living," three months for 10 cts. we issued our first ticlpato in a lynching, ago R. Lee Browning, a prominent mer- In stumps. V. C. Klnearaon.G. V. A., Houso Will make you give up all thoughts of econoAn adverse report killed the edition of this paper, which was then with chant of Maysvllle, committed suicide Queen . Crescent lloute, Cincinnati. a newspaper, 20 bill to make mothers mizing It Isn't ncressary when you can g3t three years old. For years is a pretty long life, as newspa-- j fathers In the control of their child-per- s by shooting, without assigning cause. everything the'childrcii need foralmutono fifth of what it cost your father Our stock includes come and go. In that time wo rcn's persons and property, Tho Thlngvalla arrived from CopenPrinting is have seen several mushroom efforts j The Houso pas&ed the bill Instruct-her- hagen at New York with 35 reindeer School Books, Writing Pads, Twicea-Aee- l while averlng the loudest that ing Kentucky Congressmen to vote for for tho Klondike. Seven died en route. Slatos, Pencils, Spongos, Pons they had come to stay, actually pull Teller's resolution the day after the Ami Crayons Ink, Drawing Maturinl, Ac , nnd Courier (Journal Rev. Sanford Howard, a National House spat upon it up and leave without saying "good-bywhen you want a lot of thcfc thingK we make colored preacher at Lexington, was it. be darn to you." The Interior The Kentucky Houso by a vote of 01 found dead In bed with a colored cour- Will or "lot" prices. And nvery Democrat. Rvurv Hepulillean, Journal has never made any such , to 24 passed the Cooke bill to compel tesan. or Child who can ruuil Kvrty Mini. Woman declarations, but it has the Associated Press to furnish its news Tho property lose by the storm In will want to rend It. k Courier Journal - to uny newspaper willing to pay for it. The staid all the same and is likely to folNew England is estimated at 82,000,-00- Democratic paper, of clx or eight p.iges.Is Is- a who low the example of Tennyson's brook, Senator Bays, of Louisville, Many persons were frozen to sued Wedni'Mliiy niidPaturday of uieli week. while others como and others go. The Wednesday Issue prints all tho Clean wants to make it a fine and imprison- death. and tlio'Sutuid.iy Issim prints Stories. a newspaper to publish a camment for grand jury at Louisville return- Non. .Miscellany, Poetry, and all nutters of Rosa, a member of "A paign He, must have felt tho effects of edThe Miss Louise interest In tho home. It Is tdlted by indictments against 180 persons in Milk White Flag" Company, fellintoa such a shaft. ' cases, all for misde- Henry Wutter&ou. the slot machlno furnace chute at Savannah, Ga., and will open The Second Session of tho Collegiate Year, Mr. Go'ebel presented a bill to legal- meanor. PRICE Si.oo a YEAR. broke her leg. If the member was for ize the lease and purehuso of turnpikes Judge Wilhlte Carpenter died at You show more than for walking purposes, and gravel roads already mado by fisgel 101 good paper, of six or eight Shophcrdsvillo of Injuries received pages eueli. for si le ss than ouo cent a p.t- Now pupils entering at that time will do received Into the classes. Tor full Information the way the city will have to put up is cal courts, and authorizing a tax levy last week, by being caught in his own per a caution, provided the other Is filed as to pay for said leases or purchases. Pseful nremltllns are given Ululi Kaisers. call on or wrlto to Mas. S.UTi.r.v at tho College or wrllo for catalogue. thiefttrap. WU.MAM MIRITO.V, Piiksuiknt. Ing commissions aro allowed anil good-jan exhibit before the jury and is as After tho manner of the actor who Little Willie Martin, living near iigonitf. pretty as we suspect it is. l, ir.no marches down to the footlights uud Pellyton, Adair county, was perhaps Dally and Sunday. yearyear io D.illy Mcfires his "hoss" pistols, Senator fatally burned by his clothes catching Sundiiv alone, I year 00 A CALL on Gov. John Young Brown I signed by a half column of names of Chord presented his bill in person to from a grate. COURIER-JOURNK commission been The pikes of Scott county have tho leading citizens of Boyle county, to tho House for tho railroad SUCCESSOR TO J. U. HIGGINS, for governor, ap- to fix rates and got tho much desired divided among tho magistrates, who become a candidate AND TH applause. assume charge of them and havo will pears, in tho Advocate. Gov. Brown H joumi, The House seems to mean business them worked. made a good executive but It i not with reference to requiring voters to In Elliott county, "Virginia Bill" Both one year down on tho bills that ho is to bo nomivoting. Tho Friley, aged 80, and his wife, aged 70, nated again. There are others "hon- pay their poll tax before bill for a constitutional amendment to were murdered and their house robbed ONLY ing" for a chance at It. that effect was udvanced although ad- of 8800 to 81,200. Agricultural Implements Also agent for the Deering Hinders, MowWo havo mado a special cluhhlngartange-ineu- t William Samuels, aged 70 years, was A human goose, who is eating 30 versely reported by the committee. ers and Rakes. Also agent lor the Repairs for the above k Courier .Jourtho with Tho bill to abolish tho Louisvillo run over and killed by a train at Leba- nal, and will send that paper and ours for geese in 30 days at South Bend, Intl., machines. Will be glad to have those who our sulwcrlheis to hud already gotten uway with 23 at last election boards caused a good many non Junction, while picking up coal tho price named pay all advance, or toall who think of buying to see my stock In now renew and will accounts. If ho succeeds In tho fool- speeches pro and con and tho commit- along the track. uiliserlliers who will pay In advance. Simsent free on 11 A trusty in tho Oldham county jail ple copies of Courier-Journzkdrsr ish business he is to get $120, If he fails tee finally by a voto of 7 to 2 decided to of tho jail and releas- application. he is to lose that atrount, and get only report It adversely. Tho outs want secured tho keys Alt subset lotions under tills oifur must ho Agent for III ull Chilled Plows; tho most Impioved chill plow Orders taken fof C04I W. V. WALTON. tho good out of tho geese, tho other them abolished and tho Ins aro red hot ed two prisoners while the jailer was bent to from T. L. Shelton's Coal Yard. Stanford, ,Iv. eatilg his supper. to retain them. fellow furnishing them. SKXATOlt GOKHKL xmrnsmvimnnrtmim - I 11 Dr. Aprs a I 1 ! 1 Kcn-tuckian- s, $ :0KiaJS5Jjnja5aa: Louisville Stors's Souii-Annual Get Ayer's Sarsaparilla. nppil-catio- Ss2 I post-offic- :'SALE 812,-00- 0. f I I Mc-Mllll- rH n, n enn-dldac- Tne Prize Winner al 1 c out-of-da- to court-hous- I "" wo-m,- m w w - -- -- - , 00-da- y - The Louisville Store .' - En-lis- par-yea- rs 1 . OUR FIGURES ON SCHOOL SUPPLiES e, the If it Worth well-know- n o Print loud-mouth- 0. twlce-ii-ueo- Pcqqy's Drug Store IM)7-l)- S sm-e- lul Stanford Female College. m Courier-Journa- 1 1 -'. TWICE-H-WEEE- AL II D. BRIGHT ) mimm FOR Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, FarmSWagons, $2,50. uisrxD a: Twlce-a-Wee- al gket x x Jh. .... 3r.fc. --Ui -- tii. - - -j i'i T' f '' - irtf JTT- prffWTffiBSc IliTlllfflftl,1 l ' V THE INTERIOR Stanford, Ky., E. JOUWito Lirr Dunkn repair that watch. Valkntinbs at Craig & Hooker's. oponed Dakkhl of fresh Sour Kraut just at Warren & Shanks' m Convincing - Figures. TVI 3 : - Sin: our new goods in Fkh. 4, 1898 Dunk, tho jowelor. 0. Walton, Busings Maxaokh. Will sell publicly county court day window. lf shares of First National Hank stock. In five sharo lots. E. B. Huydon. . Ciikai1 cow feed of till kinds always WaNTHD. A small blue grass farm, on hand. J. II. IJaughmun Sc Co. with pin In Improvements, near a good I AM Mill--host IpsHraISa ! LnriinK finn.l Hu k at Penny's Drug Store TllH stock of tablet and box papers '''Chushud to Dbatii." You must I. U cqmplclo, embracing all stylos from the cheapest to Lati:st styles In note paper and now call and settle your accounts. I need the most expensive and tho quality tablets just received at V. B. MeKob- - tho money. I mean this for all who inutoliCH the price orts. owe me. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. m agent for tho Chtilleniro Wind town. made. E.T. Minor, Hubble. '' in Address IJox oil, Middlesboro. t t i.j Advocate speaks of his old home at Franklin Tuesday. two brothers closely alllod by blood." W. H. Shanks has rcntod ono of S. Very naturally, very naturally lndeud. Puok. Eddy, who Is putting up the 1 Stag's cottages on Logan Avunuo. TUB Sayings says telephone betweon this place and Danthat tho Mercer ville, has rented one of F'rof. T. M. Miss Eliza Kissack, of Lexington, Hamilton circuit court which begins Monday has Goodknlght's cottages on Depot street returned with Mrs. William f7 now cases, exactly, the same asattho and Is her guest. for his force of ' men. Miss Elizaiikth Mi:ni:ki;k, who has court bofore. All the tollgates In Doyle, which been touching In Toxtiv, returned homo Dank Stock. I will sell publicly were raided, have been replaced and Tuesday morning. next county court day eight shares of Tin: Corbln Enterprise says that stock In tho Farmers Bank & Trust are being guarded. A report says that trouble is feared, but thero will be Mrs. J. A. MeHoberts, who has been Co. II. C. Hooker, Stanford. none so long as the proper men are on very 111, Is Improving. duty. MIL JoilX BltliiHT tolls ub that tho Mnssits. JESSKDOTV and William Hiatt, of Gurrard, took tho train here wheat prospect In this county is line WATBIt pipes aro bursting all over and that this freeze will not hurt it-- ' for Louisville yestorday. town and the plumbors ure reaping a Dlt. A. S. I'hick and W. W. Withers Dry freo.es only are injurious, ho says. rich harvest, while the devil is conattended tho Creston Clark show at gratulating himself over tiio fact that The incompurnblc Dunvlllo Wednesday night. is going to do for the swearing gentle- Ullckensderfcr, for bale. Never been what ho Mlt. A. II. Cunningham, tho used. A burgaln can bo secured by owners of tho pipes in the subsequentmanly representative of Chatfleld fc , immediate application to W. P. Wal- ly will be a plenty. Woods Paper Co., is in town. '. ton. JUIKJi: J. E. WlllOIIT, of tho West Tin: Middlesboro man who advertisEnd, has moved his family into Mrs. es For a farm must have given us tho J. M. Cahtbh has posted notico for Anna McClury'shouso in the Miller application for license to retail liquors wrung post olllco number. Tho owner addition. at his store on Halls Gap and W. II. ol ."! says he doesn't want a farm and Mlts. Kuiikcca McCautY, who hns Traylor to soil by the quart at his dis- lias not authorized such assertion. been visiting her son, W. L. McCarty, tillery. Thoso having small blue grass farms to ut Klngsvllle, roturned to Plnovlljo sell can write to Rev. J. II. Peoples, Tin: city council of Danville has at Middlesboro, who can tell them who yostorduy. IIONB. K. C. WaKIIKN and M. C. modified tho ordinance on the subject wants to buy. Saulley nro in Louisville to prosecute and will hereafter, jlormlt stock sales UA1LBY. Mrs. Anne Dalley died at on court day on that ortlou of Main the trial of Carson vs. an Accident tho rosidenco of her daughter, Mrs. oust ol Third, nays the Advocate. Company. Lou Shanks, with whom she bad made Mu. M. G. Al.DItllXllJ, of ISrodhcud, TUB people of Ilustonvillo tiro so her home for a number of years, at a. was here Wodnosdny, on his wuy to much Interested In tho weather reports M. Tuesday, aged "I. She suffered a Garrard to attend tho burial of his thut they ure sent from this ollieo to stroke of paralysis last fall and her futhor, J. G. Aldrldgo. George D. Wouthorford by telephone death was the result of a third stroke, IlliV. ANDMltH. S. M. IUNK1N, tho as soon ns received from Washington. which came Sunday. Mrs. Bailey was former tho new Presbyterian preacher, u daughter of Nudlgnto Owsley, of have arrived from Jackhon and aro at GltoCND HOij day was all torts of a Shelby county, a brother of the late Judge J. W. Alcorn's. day. If tho little rodont picked his Gov. Owsley, and was closely related Miss Mamik LYNN returned from time to come out, he saw his shadow, of this county. Her Somerset Tuueday, where bho had boon but for the most part the day was dark to the Owsleys mm and snow came now in gusts und unon husband, Hartwell Bailey, married a to attend tho funeral of the llttlu sister of hers, who died childless. He of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Thntchor. in great Hakes. was brothor of tho luto WInfrcd, HarELMOltK Kstks, the IC. C. mall clerk, What was thought to bo small ox rison and Carroll Bailey, all has runted Mrs. Mattle Nevlus' house here, the llrst and last named being reMiddlesboro turns out to bu tho on Logan Avunuo and will bring his at seven-yea- r itch. Tho inhab- sidents for njlong time. Hartwell Bui. family from Glasgow in a few days. of that defunct municipality will Icy died some time before tho war und A. E. Ht'NOLUY, of Hoylo, was elect- itants something to do now for a few Mrs. Builev never married. She wud a have ed one of the directors of the Saddle moinber of the Christian church nd Association, of which y.ars at least scratch. Horso Breeders' those who knew her best sny u better Gen. John H. Cattleman Is president. Gahkihld WlliTLBY, a Crab Or- woman or u more devoted mother never MISSUS ANNIK AND LaL'KA IIOLTZ- - chard Negro, wus placed in jail Tueslived. Four of her five children surclaw, of Goshen, spent ti fuw days day for breaking the skull of another vive her: Mrs. Shnnks, Mrs. J. A. with thulr cousin here. Miss Curllo darkey mimed Delaney. Ills trial will Pickett, of Shelby, Mrs. W. II. Bonnie, IIolucluw, who Is now visiting friunds bo postonod until Delaney's condition of Chattanooga, and Carroll Bailey, of ut Gilberts Crock. changes, as he Jb in a bad way. Missouri. The day before her death, MHS. LOU SHANKS, Mrs. Will Scv she made a will and told her daughter Mil. II. J. McHoiiKHTS, knowing urance and Mr. Thomas II. Shanks that oho would stay but little longer. tho remains of Mrs. Bailey that some space in a uewspaperis good, The remains were taken to Shelbyvlllo to Shelbyvlllu. Judge J. P. Hulley, hns decided that more Is better and ac- yesterday and Interred beside thoso of cordingly has doubled his amount. Ho whoso aunt she was, also wuuu her husband. AND now "Happy Jack" will come handles nothing but tho best of , goods marching homo. Consul J. II. Miller and only makes a living profit on them. MATRIMONIAL. ul Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, has A visit to his store will convince you James Howard, (IS, and Mrs. Laura to give way to John IC Kowen, of Iowa, of both propositions. ... Owsley, "(, were married at Koekport, who was appointed this week. Dbath. Mrs. J. C. McChiry is in Ind. A HBMlTTANrB from J. G. Weather-ford- , of telegium from Carlisle, staGeorge Chirk is in jail at Dolpho?, drug business at ting who is In the that T. G. Mcllvain, a llrst cousin O., charged with having eight living Mllldule, puts his subscription duto to of hui, died there and was to have Oct. fi. l.Slllt. If ull our subscribers been buried there, yesterday. Mr. Mc- wives. Mr. Mosos Pitman 1, and Mrs. Nanwould pay thai far in advance we conll llvain forhiorly lived in Texas and ed.unuounco that wo had como to stay and ited a paper at Itasca for several years. nie A. Adams, .'50, were married at her residence yostorduy. thun light out. 11. M. Newland attended the burial. It Is said that M?r. Martinclli will Mhs. Wm. Vandkvibh, who was the Wright, is happy In IMI'HOVINU. Joseph Price Infirmary issue a pronunciameuto against Cathopretty Miss Molllo decided improve- lics marrying Protestants. liur new homo at Harrodsburg, with is undergoing Soventcen-year-olJohn Shaub, of only one thing lacking, tho INTKHIOH ments Tho operating room is being JoCHNAL, which she has just ordered. enlarged, a new dining room and kitch-u- u Loudonvllle, O., killed himself because for tho 'have boon built and manv other his parents objected to his getting marHor husband is ho changes for the butter have been made. ried. Mercer National Hank and is said to Murried'in Lexington, Hon. John G. an excellent young man. Sixteen patients can bu accommodated o Tin; Richmond Climax says of Miss and its owners say it is tho best infirm- Matthews, of Barbourvilie, to Miss Overton. Ho is trustee of the A. Florence Heath. Albert II. Severance's ary I11 Central Kentucky. it M. College. ullliinced: "What coul'd wo add to TUB fiscal court will meet in culled George MoCowan, aged -- 0, and Miss what has already been said In praise of to receive tho reports of Vena CotFu.an, l.", both of the bulov-e- d session bride-to-bthis universally this prosection, were married by girl, whose bright mind and bunny tho committee named to present Wo have ' Rev. R. B. Mahony yesterday. positions to certain pikes. linked for life to her a disposition have F. That divorce degree which prevents circle of friends coextensive with hor already stated that President J. Cash, of the Stanford & Ilustonvillo Nat Goodwin from marrying in Now acquaintanceship. Of Mr. Sovcranco pike, will accept the court's oiler of j York State isn't such a terrible docutoo, wo know only this, ho Is a worthy $(i00, if It will guarantee thu pay. Thero ment after all, for tho ferries are still son of most excellent parents, possessed industrious, are several thousands of dollars between running to Hobokcn. of Ijne business traits, tho oiler and tho price of tho Danville j Thomas J. Smith, Jr., u wealthy honorable and popular." and Lancaster plko and tho Huston-- ' young man, nephew of Hon. W. B. Itr.W J. T. Shahhakd, who took tho pastorate of the Christian church here, viilo and Dunvlllo neither accepted Smith, and Mi&s Elbe Bennett, daughter of Mr. James Bennett, wero mar somothlng over two years ago, left tiio otter nor mado one Wednesday with his wife for Lexing A HKAL Klonkike wave of frigidity ried at Richmond yestorday. Mrs, Helen Gouger has a list of It ,001 ton, whoro ho will devote his entire has enveloped us for three days, nurso her back to Mooro's "moderately cold" prediction wife murders by drunken husbands, nil time to trying to that developing Into tho coldest of the win- committed In one year. And doubtles) health. Her condition most of tho wlvcb knew the risk they she had to be carried into tho car In a ter. Tuesday the mercury marked chair. The excellent couple have made degrees ut sunrise. It rallied little were running when they wadded. muny warm friends hero, who regret und Wednesday showed 18 degrees us Mrs. Bello Stowe, of Christian counseeing tlium leave and hope for Mrs. tho lowest, but u relupsu occurred that ty, lias brought suit to break her husSharrard's speedy restoration to health. day und ycsturdny morning tho ther- band's will to have u division of tho Mr. Sharrard is ono ot tho brightest mometers read ull tho way from I to property now lnsteud of when tho childmon In his church and will not bo per- zero. Tho sun shown brightly all day ren become of nge. Sho wants to got mitted iong to bo without a charge. and thu signal service's promise of married ugnln. This paper holds him In high esteem "fair and not so cold" Frldtiy seems Tho Virglniu Senutor, who suid in and wishes him and his all tho bless- likely of reullutlon. Tuesday and his speech opposing the v ings that earth can vouchsafe. Wednesday were exceedingly disugrce-abl- o bill: "To abolish coquetry would be n days with their high winds und to ubolish woman, und to abolish LOCAL MATTERS, would bo to take till the poetry snow Hurries und ultogethor tho snup hus been u bitter one. A number of und beuuty out of life," struck eontre Nr.w jewelry at Dunks'. people fearing It would bo tho lust, us of both sense und sentiment. Wb will sell coal at cost this week it wus tho llrst, ehnnco, got h Bov. T. F. Wulton, pustor, of tho ice only. J. H. Buughmun & Co. Vcdnesdny, while those who waited till Presbytcrlun church of Columblu, will to MUs Ada Frunklln, of from :t I inches Hustonvillu. Dr. W. 13. Penny, yesterday guthcrod itMcCurtytotelephon- bo inurrled Februury 10, ut tho resiBurbourvillc, In thickness. G. D. dentist, will bo in Ilustonvillo Monday, dence of tho intended brido'a mother, Wcathcrford Hotel. ed thut it wus ii inches nt Mt. Salem. 7. Olllco ut TYl'il-WHtTBm m m Wk will advance tho price of ull coal PERSONAL GOSSIP. To Yol If you do not pay your acMonday, so please order tit once. J. H. count by February loth wo will place it Miss Ji:nnu: Bt'itxaini:, of Garrard, Hiiughman In the hands of an olllcor for collection. it Co. Is with Miss Pearl Burnsido. No exceptions. M. S. it J. W. Uaugh-mai'HOr. T. M. GOODKN'IUIIT went to Till: Danville n. Men's Good Socks Bu. Kid Curlers 2 Tablets for Thick Pencil Tablet Thick Ink Tablet Ink Mason's Hlnckiny $0 Paper Needle? Half Soles Linen Towell ... j IJox Hair Pins... JSt 'Zb Envelopes I fI ri UUUH ft nlxilili viuiifiiiur. -T 4c 1 Ac t... in ic 4c 8c 3c 1c 10c f f m p? IB m m m 2 y Just fiOTvetf. gj v ... . 4c w lc A lc 1C 4 1 lttwr .,-- . P ...O . ino. ' rj4i A new line of India Lin-Sens, Dimities, 7uckoncts, jf 13 Cambric, Swisses, FamcvS? " Ku Dimities &c, for ladies' ivj underwear and baby clotbesM Cm $b just received. beautiful Also some??;) Table LincnsjjB ?3 j$ S; with Xapkins to match.$ Sec these goods and youSS ?2 will know the prices arc?!, ' f$ riht- - li l m w. h. shanks: Mrs. Eli7abeth Franklin, with whom she resides in Barbourvilie. News. In the midst of a revival service in Louifevillc, the Rev. E. B. Farrer, who wus conducting tho service, stopped and announced that he and Miss Molllo McCoy, who led the singing, were to be married at once. And they were to tho surprise of everybody, tho Rev. J. N. Edwards, pastor of tho Franklin street Baptist church, performing the ceremony. Willinm D. Hockcr and Mrs. Rose Dryc Swope, both of Hustonville. were married at Christian College In that town Wednesday evening at S o'clock, Elder B. J. Pinkerton officiating. Theio wero no attendants and only a few of the closest relatives nnd friends wero present. This marriage is tho culmination of ti long courtship nnd that It will prove a happy one wo have mnny reasons to believe. The bride is ti petite brunette, pretty, accomplished and popular and will be u helpmeet in all tho word Implies, while the man of her choice Is the possessor of mnny noble attributes, n good business man. and clover almost to a fault. He is bookkeeper for the Ilustonvillo Nutional Bapk and an expert accountant. Mr. und Mrs. Hockcr went at once to housekeeping on Danville street where they will be ut home to their friends after to-da- THE BUCKENSDERPER TYPE-WRITE- R. 1 11 well-know- n due, mum, meiE GFARANTEEI) How can it be done? Simplicity in construction nnd not belonging to tho Typewriter Trust result in an honest product at an honest price The llliekcns-dcrfis tiie only high grade machine at reasonable) cost. 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Tho work contains biographical sketches of all tho leading Geneials, a vast umount of historical matter, and a largo number of Illustrations. It Is a beautiful full-iugrand look, and ladles and gentlemen who can give all or any part of their time to tho ciuivusspiro lNUiiid lo make Immense, sums of money by handling It. An elegant prospectus, showing the dllTer-estyles of binding, sample p.iges, anil all material necessary to work with, will bo sent on receipt of 50 cents. Tho magnltl-clegallery of portraits, alone, in the prospectus is worth double tho money. We furnish it ut far less than actual cost of manufacture, and we would udvLso you to order quickly, and get exclusive control of the best territory. Address KOVAL PUULISllIXG CO . 11th und Main streets, ltlclimoiid, Va, go ut nt HUE! .Vado nt our More by Jno A. Ilendren Cnli and leave your older. i was-suc- 1 1 11 B. K. WEAREN St SON. i m A M? AN ATTRACTIVE PARLOR It makes when funiMied with one or our siipurb parlor suites. Then. Is nothlic tuw-((- V about our lino satin damask or cord amy upholstered furnltuie; It in il.li and effecbeing solidly and reliably tive. made, and tho colors und patterns ot thu upholstery fabrics are In tho latoot Llty bes-UIa- s unti-lllrtln- g wo-niu- two-inc- Stanford. ip - - Kentucky. lM tt m t ' n. T s Itva Branch Stole and Undertaking Out tit at Hustonville, Ky. Feb. CoerRiGMi V f t-- . MIDDL12DUKG. 4 on I will noil privately the STANIOltt), KY. ThN lioliifj the day for opunlng nml let the Otteuholm Pike, iienr John O. Lyiin'D. In tin Lot contains half acre. W. T. TucKrn, ting tho liltl for tho pauper prnctloo. Wo havo for salo 125 feeders and pvurnl MiiRltterliil district . we flnd that no All klndofrcpilrliK dono at rciMuiahlo rate us 2t President M'bHsliod.'X'xa.ooi.aycicijad. STxtiave ago, aged "9. OpholiterlnK a ocUHy. hitiMsctlon'BuaraMfcd. yearlings. Lyon Jc Allen, Ml. Salem. l)Id mm' oaUul, vthleli h niiulreil. The ndjournotl till Monday. Vol. 7, at Owing to bo much rain the river has -- ATTho Georgetown Times reports sales IkmnI time, desiring A Sunday attire several times of two farms lying near tho city nt $100 whichliltU those mull themtoto lild "111 lllo with or their the County SUPKU YJCA.ll IN" ADVANCE donned its So much bo us to intcrfero recently. ClerK sealed and marked hlds. Gut vou rPhavcs and Haircuts at Hlnke- an acre. (1 It COOI'KU. llo Is the slickest nml moro'H Harbor Shop JUT When not so paid S2.CO will c charged. considerably with our old friend Keo-ney- 's The crack barber. Is now back tit his old CO Carroll Reld's Sister Stella, a hqt fa ItAKM'N IIP.I.M. Iwst burlier In Crab Orchard. Ky. gin ready to running the mill here, by ,1 stnud In Mrs. KRberfsstore-riHU- ii I' II VIM V vorite, ran second at New Orleans idinvc and haircut. All glvo yon n who left this ger. Mr. W. C. Hrynnt, needing work jdioult! call on him. He U Tuesday. Bluo-CrassSoi placo Jan. Island went to Indlannpo-li- s sure to please y oti. Crab Orchard, Ky. 05 Garrard, soli his toR. M. Moss, of sued nnd 100 bushels Ntrlpcd blue-grnI: to live, has never written u word bacco crops lu Louisville at $!) for tho cMra Poland China lniar for sale. TIME CUD. back, but wo guess his business Is such A. W. CAKPKV1T.K. Mllledgevllle. best and $3 50 for lugs. that ho has not the time. l P. Nunnelley bought In Pulaski Is caused by Urie Acid and other imDIVISION. KENTUCKY CENTRAL Tom Branson and Moses Moore, of and Rockcastlo Dealers In- hogs at about lie, 35 purities lingering in tho blood, which havo not been filtered out bv tho KidTrains leave Stanford at 7 10 a. in. anil 1 p ra near this place, left for Louisville to SO sheep at $2. cattle at 2 to 3c. and p. m. returning at '25 p. ra. anil neys through tho urine. Tlio Mint of HOl'ND TO SKI.L, enlist in the U. S. army. Mr. Thomas R. II. Bronaugh has received from tho trouble Is not in tho skin or musAll those Oliver Plows, KNOXVILLE DIVISION. appointed administra- Robert McAllster, of Jessamine, a filly cles. It's kick Kldnevs. Electricity, Gaun has been All those Clover Seed. Order OlHce and Peed Exchange near Hall-roa- d All those Seed Siwers. Wo also by Julian and a colt by Imp. Lightning, liniment? or plasters will not reach the 12 37 p in tor of James Gann's estnto. Crossing. Dei ml Ht., Stanford, Kv. No. 21 Train going North All thoo Harness, , 3 13 am case. But the disease can bo " g " Coal Yard, Mill St., lately J II. Hlgglns1 No. 20 " understood that Mr. V. I. Gaun Is ,12 10 a m All those Steel Knngos, " South which ho will train. No. 23 " Jan. 1 Unud. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1 27 p ru " " All those good, eheap rallies of rurnlturo, No. 23 " to move from this place to NashRed Wilkes has more performers In All you ireoplii remeinbcr me. Korallll'olnts. will C. COULTEU ROYALLY CELKHRATKD. Undo Green Russell died ti few days Toll-Mou- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SILVKR WEDDING OF Mil. AND MRS. LAN D AND STOCK. J. Dr. J. B. Owsley sold ISot his mules, which ho loft at Atlanta, at W0. TO DOCTORS TOLL-HOUS- E For SALE. H. D. PHILLIPS. Gun and Xiook Smith., HOHl'ItT FISH, Mrst-cluss Word To You. tLi m 3 oW ts 4- od RHEUMATISM and Boar. ss Dars Trouble in do I.iui'. NOELSON, -- Coal, Corn And Hay, pro-parin- nO'IOII TICKCTS SOU). 11AGOAOK For anr CHECKED THUOUUH. information enquire ol JOE S. IlICE, Agent, Stanford, Kr. FRANKFORT AND OINCINSAT VIA GEOKUfcTOWN. . M. 85 05 20 6 10 A. M. 2iOO 315 4 50 1155 Lto. Somerset, Arl2 53 " 1131 ' Jet, City, Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 " 6 30 " Frankfort, o P- - M. A. u 820 630 300 5 30 8 40 Arr Paris 'Dally except Sunday, c. d.bercaw.o. p. a. QUEEN & CRESCENT. No. 1 " 4 12 02 am No. 3 " 1131am " 6 No. 5 " 8 20pm "10 No. 9 " No 1 and 2 do not stop 9 and than Junction City Trains pass Junction City as follows: 3 51 p m 12 02 p in No. 2 North South " 10 " " .....3 21am 132pm 600am run no further ville, Tcnn. Mr. Frank Jones open up his jewelry shop In the J. II. Allen store house In a few days. A large company, Including relatives, neighbors and old friends, assembled at the rcsidonco of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coulter, Jan. 29th, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their marriage. Many beautiful tokens of kindly esteem, wrought In silver, were presented to the host and hostess, for which they expressed their most sincere thanks, and wc opine that Mr. C. will be a more ardent freo silver advocate in the than ho has been oven in the past. Promptly at 12:30 o'clock the whole party filed Into the largo dining room and Miss Bello Coulter, Mrs. Lula and Mrs. Mattlo Wesley, the ushers and waiters, assisted by Miss fu-tn- ro Mc-Anin- Royal taakes the food pure, wholesome and delicious i ir AK0 POWDER Absolutely Purs ROYAL BAKIN3 POWOCR CO., NEW YORK. A. S. PRICE. Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Office 3!ct!ieE orer McRoberts Drug Store In thefiOwsler Building. :dr. w, Realist, "" b. s PEanrr. : : Office on Lancatterstreet at Residence. Stanford, Ky. Ltsslo McAnlnch.and others, seated all of the large party at the more than well supplied tables. The repast consisted of four courses of French and other dishes that would almost break my jaw to attempt to pro nounce, besides numerous other dishes and fruits of all kinds, tec. Mr. Coul ter und myself had a sldo dish of fried rabbit and gravy, which I was a great deal better acquainted with than many other dishes, and enjoyed vory much. The table ornamentation was grand and with the many flowers and evergreens it presented a beautiful May day scene. In fact tho whole atTuir was simply exquisite. The occasion was a very joyous one to cveryono present. Mr. Euimett McCormack proposed the toast to the brldu and with one heart and thought Wo all wished for her and for htm whom she calls "husband" long life and joy and peace. While they have past the meridian of life, one would not think so from their youthful appearance, especially of the bride. One would think that if life had not been all sunshine with them that there had been more sun than cloud. Tho way has been up hill, but the climbing has been healthful. They have rejoiced together over the cradlo and have wept together over the grave. Young faces that were once tho sunshine of their days have vanished from' sight and gone before them into "tho silent land." But most of their children are with them yet, and 60me of them have children too, which seem to bo tho fairest flowers of the glad festi val. loss. She had been a consistent member of the Baptist church for a number of years. Bro. Kuykcndall delivered the funeral sermon at tho old homo Wednesday morning, after which her remains were Interred in Lancaster Sell to the highest bidder the following . commencing nt 10 o'clock. projK-rtyClinton. Jr.. a Jack, benutlful black, 15S hands, long nnd rnnjjv, (lnetvlo proven a good breeder, "lie mid action; has was Hired hy Clinton, he by llccchcr. he by l'rlncuSml,liu by Prince lst, linorted by Adams .V Alford. Dam. fine Jennet owned by Allen & llcnty, of Clinton Co. Prince, beautiful black Jack, 1 year old, UJ hands, line stylo and action. Sired by Joo lllnckbtirn. Jr", lie by Joo Blackburn, he by Prince 3rd, ho bv Prince 2d. ho by Prince HUBBLE. Jst. lmiorted by Adams & Alford. Torr. tine black Jack. .'I years old, News items don't develop very Vap- and of line .style and action. Sired 15 bands by Joe idly in cold weather. Hlnckburii. See his pedigree uIhivu. dam ot tho nlnive three lacks Is a bl'k The G. A. Swlnobroad has returned from 15 bands and n flues Individual, ownof cat- Jennet. I). Garner. Crab Orchard. Tennessee with another car-loa- d ed by I.. Howling Green, Jr.. beautiful black lack, tlo. Miss Rebecca Williams, of 1 years. 10 hands M. S. fine. Colt is visiting Miss Stella Smith. Itaughinun's Imp. and lug Green. of 1 tow Tlrreu JiiimeU with colts, nil well bred and George Wood Is In Tenuessco buying In line trim Lot of O. I. C. Hogs, males cattle. and females, and many other things, Aunt Charlotte Ball departed this Tkhms, Sums i'20 und under cnh; ocr a of 12 with good negotiable life Tuesday morning after a long Ill- creditbearingmonths, cent. Interest. Terms 0 jxtr not "0 years must iHt compueu with ueroro property is ness of dropsy. She was over a- - uaicm-.i.vuz. of ago and leaves eight children and a removed J. P Clmndler, Auc'r Crab Orchanl. Kv of grandchildren to mourn her number agti-cultur- al Hy-attsvll1 tho list, 139, than uuy other living horse, and more than any other ever had at 23 years of age. A Clark county farmer shipped 300 hogs to Liberty, Pa., bought at 3 to 3. Democrat. Samo paper reports sales of butcher cattlo at 3. Tho bones of Gcorgo Wilkes, the famous trotting sire, havo bee'h presented to the Kentucky Stato College by Col. W. L. Simmons. The horse died 10 years ago. Tho salo of blooded horses of tho late Henry C. Stagner, was another frost. 24 sold at an averago of S2S. Confederate Chief brought only $125. Richmond Climax. Tlfo sorghum sugar industry in Kansas has proven a failure after tho government had spent 3250,000 In experi ments and the machine that cost $10,-00- 0 was sold at auction for $9,000. The reported salo of 5,000 bushels of wheat by E. J. Thlslcr, of Burgln, at Sl.lo, was, says tho Sayings, tho truth, but not tho wholo truth. It has to bo laid down near the Gulf of Mexico at that price. Tho final estimate made by the department for tobacco production in 1890, places Kentucky far in the lead, the value of production being $0,032,202. The total of tho U. S. was 403,004,320 pounds valued at $24,2o?,079. North Carolina Is noxt to Kentucky and Virginia next. Mc-Kin'.- cy "I hare boon troubled with rheumatl.m and havo tried a box of your Sparnutis KUlncy l'llU, and hare not been troubled with rheumatism since. I one my relief to votir pill.." Wm. M. Uoluv, l."0 l'runl St., Memphis Tcnn. "I haveirlvcn yourI Dr. Hobb Sparasru Kid-ncI'lllsa fair and minimal trial Inn caw of acute nephritis mid rheumatism. My patient was y rratly rrllcM-d-, and I am Inclined to be. Here that In keeping up the treatment, they will make a final cure. They havo acted like a charm, and think they aro all you claim them ta be." A. C. VoKir.s, M. V., Doaz, Ky. y CURED D. S. CAUPK.NTKlt. MustoiivlUo. KLONDYKG Might i Opportunity of Your Life Mill wltli Kievator, Hue Hesldence and stock of wheat and corn for sale. Mill running A first-clas- s, at home for tho right man. Tor salo my Coal and Peed Plants Id Stanford, Ky. The finest oiieulng for a joung business lv son Is w coded to tho man ever offered. L. A. N. H. H. Co. and tho old man can't run alone. Cotuo und mc nnd learn price and K. U. NOHL, terms. Ul At the otllco of Noel & Son. nenr Ieot. up-to-d- 90 barrel flouring full time and dlsjKistueof entire out put at satisfactory prices, Tho plant should bo seen to be appreciated. W III lie J sold nt h bargain. Ill health forces mo to nult tho milling busbies. Terms easv Call on or address, C. O. VANAHSDALB. PARAGUS Kidney Pills. mil tAI.RAT TINNING J. T. Jones, PLUMBING, & Iltistouvllld, Ky STANFORD, KY., Is now prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing and Tinning. Sole proprietors or Dean No. 20, FIRE INSURANCE JL MJLJLU Penny's Drug Store, STANl'OKD KV., PUBLIC SALE! Of Thoroughbred Hlack Diamond Hoof Paint . Telephone Shop on Mill St .. oppslto residence 21-- tf II. Haughtnnn As Co. 'a Mill J. iior,i Notice To Claimants. the Sth day of Docemlrur, l"nT, In the near countv of Lincoln, Stale of Kentucky, ller-mO. K. jrostolllce nnd on theVrenilse of IvasperelU. I M'Ued pno C'oirur Still, Cap and Worm, and on the l!th day of Juno. IMiT. J. W. Cotver. general deputy collector, turned over to in by order of collector. I Single Harrel Shot Oun selmt by him at an Illicit dlstlllerv on HtuTalo cnik In Owe 3.cnllbcr lev countv. Ky. also one Hide, 'netted by him nt nn Illicit distillery on Clover Pork. Marian county, Ky ., all for violation of Internal revenue laws. Notice Is hereby ghen to anv party, or parto ties, owning or claiming 'aid proH-rtfile their notice of snld claim with the required bond with mo wlthlu 30 dtts from this date, or ninu will bo advertised for sale J. M. CAHTKH. according to law. On nii Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. s Stock. I will nt my farm on the ptku leading from Stanford to Crab Orchard, a miles from Ciab Oreliard and 7 from Manford, on Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUNOICO 1BOO. Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 1898, ed 1 Wln-clk's- ter R. B. MAHONY, fcTANKOUH, Agt, KY. JT. T. SUTTOHT, Undortnlcor, S Jan. 25. lM's. JHiputy Collector eth Col. OUt , Moreland. Ky. W Huatonvillo, Offer - Kentucky MstSI MBSSSS AC.SINE. Dealer In. and Cy hi I), ti. Can-ente- ervlc to the sjpl of West Uncolii countle Kull tok ol Cufflnand hand. W Manager. T. L. SHELTON, ltOWLANI). KY., LUMBHR9 AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. Has Gone Back into tho Coal Business, And will keep constantly on hand tuo Jell!-Tivlls Hraucb and other txst Coals and u public, ftanioru nsk Hie natronace of frlfiuls who waul Coal ca u leave orders with i ii Hit'rins. which will receive prompt al T, L. SlfKI.TON ,..nitrt n" .. DS&K.&K. The Leading Specialists of America LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN The Ladles Restaurant Is the finest In the city. Kvory convenience for ladies spending the day in the city. Gcntlcntn's Cafo on ofllco floor. Mason Hotel MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, Tror.. Lancaster, i Kentucky. s. J.C.tfcGtyVY Thero were speeches made by several of the friends, suited to such occasion, especially that of Mr. H. H. McAnlnch, the father of the bride, who made the following speech: I feel that I am indebted to my mature years and to the fact that I am your father and oldest friend, having almost raised both of you, for the honor of being chosen tho mouthpiece of this very pleasant occasion. It is tho duty and not less the privilege of those of us who aro growing old, to look backward and talk with our past hours. 1 look back today over tho wide stretches of- live and 20 years, I remember the beginning of 'SEB-TAKER! your wedded life; I remember your early struggles; tho sunshine and shad-6w- s Anil Dealer in that mingled lu your experience, HAB1TE3S, SADDLERY, &C. and now after a quarter of a century ' i you aro both spared In good health and STANFORD. KY. prosperous circumstances to see your children and your children's children, und u host ot 'l'le,,(llJ fathered to make tl? tf?tt tfciibtl? ! cemetery. Miss Mattle White Is visiting relatives and friends at Hustonvllle. J. W. Bright has accepted a position with a Cincinnati fruit and vegetable houso and is doing a good business, much to the gratification of his many friends. Gcorgo White, who went to Colorado as a consumptive, writes back that he has gained several pounds and Is somewhat Improved. Dr. O'Bannon reports Mr. Joseph McClary very poorly with kidney trouble. nMardl Gras festivities of the most claborato character this year at New Tho Royal Orleans and at Mobile. d Road Is tho Queen & Crescent. to New Orleans trains Cincinnati Excellent through serIn 24 hours. Only line running Cufe, Parlor vice. and Observation cars. One faro round trip for tho occasion, from all points on tho Queen &, Crescent. Wt C. Rlnear-soG, P. A., Cincinnati. Viwti-bulen, 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured. Newly furnished; cleau beds; Bplcndwl Torlera Etctythlng first-clasblc. SO trniiiH. meet WECURESTRICTURE Thousands of youni anil tnldtlle-aceracnarotrouule-- i withthlsduejiic many uneonclouiir. They mar noamri-- i in,, maatlnn. iiinall. twl.tlnir (trealn. rharp cutting pains nt tlniff. flight dltliculty In commencing, weak organs, cinlniont, nnd all the fyuiptntn of nervous debility they havo KTItK-TUHDon't let doctor experhucntem you, by cutting, ttretchinir, or tcarlnjr you. 'Ihls will not cure you, a It will return. Our .NKW MI.UIUJ) Tlll.AT-.MKN'- T absorbs tho Mricture tluo; d H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Music - Mannger. Tuesday, Thttridar and Sunday Kvcning. liencorciaovcthortricturecnnancntly. It can never return. Nopaln.nopuffcr-Ini- r, no dutentlon from bulnci by our inothod. Tboecxualoa'anmroitrcncth-cnel- . Tho iiertcs are imliroratcd.and tho bll3 of mauhood rctunii. Farmers BanMTnist Co Is Receiving Ills Fall And OK STANFOHD, KV, vintcr Goods. LAUNCHING THE IUTTLESHIl' m if?HW;ttfrMMn?? '.' M?HH wetiuing. i con- all my heart and so 4-i-! O .I .,. tt .. i k " lw nil Vnii titn uMII nn if In thn THE POPULAR W rich mime of life. We hope there aro M?wTlpo many, many happy years in store for tin..,.!. '!?'& ?'!? you yet. May you bo spared and these tit fit t!f tit ' dear friends nlso to celebrate your gol- tk f4f tlf !f vff ff " f r r my happy ; den wedding as has been privilege and if ray hairs were not so J A. .! ! l- -lllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllli. k '4.' '4. 5 gray, I would add, nnd may I be thero 5 s also." In response Mr. Coulter thanked Mr. McAnlnch and friends for tho WWSTVS many congratulations that had been a lowered upon them. Mr. and Mrs. Cjulter especially desire to extend their thanks to the waiters and manaMisses gers of the festival, Bello Coulter and Lissic McAnlnch Iund Metdamcs Lula McAnlnch and G. R. J. Mattle Wesley. A tf?'?bMi wl A T?wWo 1 A A yr,T--.rii- ! T tfff 1 " to-wl- t: tlr?lrvtp! (w f 'All ' X A mlV m m 1 o iJ' ri.0 e''l lw! - L ) rs 4ittlt4f jutANK j.nr.r.n. Uta. ' :4rlrtbJ?T4"ir4?w rink itjt ir1! ! ttt ifrffcibfbtktyi iwvvww4fvJ ffftttllttlttlW '.- A young lady of Wabash, Ind., gave nnnlv.ntilllnr fVin ntliin nvonlnff nnil v tiUIIUI I. ....... VMW w An Invited rriiftsts werunresont. Instead t of vanilla flavoring, sho put facilities for transacllr.K biulnesi promptly ami beforoln It long and honorable " in the candy, and tho result was career. Accniint ol individual, nduclarlt,tiruii pains of all who ate of it wero killtho ar.d Individuals solicited. D1HKCTOM. ed. Thirteen funerals and 13 new made .1. W. Hayden, Stanfonl K. Held, Lincoln Co,; graves. Glasgow News. S. II. Kiughnuif, " S.T. Harrl. ". " The Sons, and other Organizations. T l: iitll. J. S. llntker. " More than 40,000,000 humralog-blrds- , Over $90,000,000 of bonds wero sold " W. A. Trlblile, V. P. Walton, wax- - in Wall street In January, as against orioles, gulls, M. J. Miller, Mt.Vemon J.H.ColIIer.CrabOrcliM SUmps. ' Tr Samples, Four M, D.KItnore, blauluiu. wing, birds of paradise and $38,138,000 In January last yoar. This nrrinis. histo-menare annually used In decorating wo- -' is the highest monthly record in 8. A. CUNNINGHAM. J. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltobcrta CaUU A. A. McKlnuey, AxUtantCoshlrr. ry. hats. PECIAS. RunncTtoK lu Club with this I'aoeo Ml n w M "paln-kill-o- ! For this launching of the bnttlcship "Kentucky" nt Newport News, Va., the MKTIIUI) TltBVrMKNr will Chesapuaho and Ohio Ilailwny will make euro you. Uuo thousand dollars tho following round trip rates from points for a caso wc accojit f or treatment and cannot cure, icrmsmoncraioioracure. named: From Lexington, f 12; Winchester, 512; CURES GUARANTEED 12; Frsinkfoit, Mt. Sterling, $12; 12 75; Richmond, 112.25; Lancaster, Wo treat and cure! miSION". VAKICOCKi.K. 8YPIIII.IS, (H.I.I.T. f 13.25, and correspondingly low STHU'Tl Hi:. IMPOThXCV. FH'HKT rates from all other Central Kentucky DHAIXS l'.VNATl HAT. DI.srilAHO. Krf. KI DKKV nnd liLA DDKK Disense. points Consultation' to call, write fur fkkk. hooks Reduced rates have been made at tho Tf unabln PHKK. Hotels at Newport News and at Old Point UOMU HIuVNi: for OtIKSTTOV TltL'ATMKNT. rnmlorl, which ison'y a few mi es distant and connected by Electric Car Servico No other trip ever offered as nianv a events as does this ono. People Kentucky havo tho rare op. from 122 W. FOURTH STREET, porttinity of witnessing combined Army CINCINNATI, O. Navy life at the most historic spot in and the United States Think of it? The lauding placo of the Jamestown settlers, tho Pocnliontas and C'apt. John Smith incident, Cornwallis stiriendcring lita 1'ritish forces, the batt o of the Monitor and Mcrriruac, and last, hut in the same class, tho launching of the most powerful battleship of our Navy, KentucKy Hunk , and it will bo called i of It. NASHVILLE, TENN. As soon as the date of huinching is set tied on, it will he given wide publicity in Tlirnllrrll nlnpni'TH will rill tl.n nnnnn OPl'ICfAT.I.V RKPHK3KNT3 Lrxington. For detail information from United Confederate Veterans, write or call on any agent, or George W. United Daughters ot the Conttderacy, Uurney, D" 1 A., Lexington, Ky. iiosl-tivul- y ju'-htirr- Thouandof younc nnd mMdlouReil men nro liali)i; their c.ual licnr mid o. vitality continually rapped ly lids They aro frequently iiiicomIiis of tho cauto of tlict o tyuiptonif. tieiicrnl VakneM, I nnaturnl lilcharire, 1 Manhood. NetvoumcM, Poor .Mem ory. Irritability, nt times bmnrtinKhcn- wition, Sunken l.yer, with dark circle, Weak Hack, uenernl lejircsfion, iJirn Varicocele, Shrunken of Ambition,J Y.T'I. C nnil .rltll I I UK I'nrt. rlf. may bo tho came. Don't consult family doctors, as they Ime no cxiicrienco in Ihp.n. hkviiI dbi'A.c don't allow Ouackn to exuerimcnt on you. Consult Specialists, who hnoinailoulifotii(ly of Discnsrsof Men and Women. UurMIW dlf-enall-In- ir WECURE GLEET Pall up Capital, Surplus, $200,000 00 17,603 30 , a fully a an IndlTldual. Tendrrlnjcour thaukatu Uium ho liavariitriiit-e.- 1 their butlneiia to ti. we tttut they will rontluu to do mi, and we oiler a a Riuralileefur prompt at- il tention to Mine our .f) years exwrienc in lianK-Ingiin- re charter, depositor itmi In Ntionl lUnki, bring held IndirMuallr llnblo to litiharrbuhler therein t tho extent ofthe aiuountof the par Tabic then-uf-, liiadilltlim to theaiuiMinl executor, may act In tuch burcs. It Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Hi; JOUH D. CiSTLEMA.V. , Call. Ir prorl.loni of It fullr prolcctcsl t ro de thrtck U. laMIAV. M with wiind banklug. alilcralBcci)iiiiiiolatloin asare coiulitenl I1IBBCTOHS, INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. J. J. K WHIUmi, Ml. Vernon; W. II. Cuuiuilui, l'rrarbersvllle; J. II- - Owsloy, J. S Owiley, Sr., (iiKKh, S. II. bhank, WlUlani J. J. J.Kmbry, K. Lynn. A. W. J.I. Cast, Car!iter; M. N. Menelcc. orriCERf. W BSBBEE & CnSTLEHM. , S. II. Shanks. President: J, II. Owley Caihler; MANAUI.HS, llrlght Teller Oommcrco .Building-- Louisvillo. .. Agent Throughout thu outh. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STANPOUI), KY. XW. A. THXBBIJC, IxKal Apent, Kennedys Kergan rTS4. In-lan- d U-hDIt- K Veteran. Two-Ct- Surplus, S15.750 Stanfokd, Kentucky. Capital Stock $100,000. ti public ti called to the fact that Attention ol tho this U tho only National Hank In Stanford, bn. der the provision ol tho Natlonul Hank Acl depojlton areccured not only hy tho capital atock, but hy the toikholders' liability lor an amount Kiualtn theitock ao tlut depoeliorsof Ibis ItiatUu. a fund of JJtO.ouO - Ive sworn lion am t .,..,.. ,nt-,.- r urisl hy i.iiiilltionol Ibo llalik are inudo ii.i. each year to tho United Slates Government und IU Tho Florida A New Qrlcnna Limited assets aro examined at slated time by government agent, tluu securing addllioiul and perfect alet. trains of the Quoon & to deiiosltor. Thl Imtiiutlon orluinally establUheil an the De RoutO run ilirougli lo.JnukHonvilleuiul posit Hank ol Stanford lu 13, then rwrganld at New Orleans In LM hours from Cinelnim-ti- . the National Hank ofStanlord lu KM and attain reorKanlzeil astho Pint National Hank of Staulord TlicHO fast trnins nro of the finest typo, r In 18Si, lia liau pniciicany viiuihiiu'iiuiicu luxuriously fitted, und tunning 0n n per35 years. It 1 better supplied now wit. 24 HOURS ' Crescent M i I' n ti,.-eiici-fu- I fect road-beWinter Tourist Low round-tritickets oil sale throughout the North. An elegant Mirvice of Cafe, 'Parlor, nnil Obbcrvniion Cars on these trains. Dou-bi- o dally train hervico p n . eun-blrd- s, Hea-blrd- a, 's 1 Writo for inf:rmntion to W. C. ltinenroon. Gcn'l PaBs'r Ag't. Cincinnati, O. Send 10 cents for tine Art colored Lookout Mountain nnd Clilcka- Litho-giapbof rpniicn. - ' (Kim iwmri