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The nalo of the property of J. R. Gunn, deceased, will tuko plauo hare Thursday. Those having leo houses availed themselves Thursday of the opportunity of lining them with ft splendid quality of leo. If tho Legislature '"ftus the payment of poll taxes a qualification for Y LANCASTER. Lackey Bros., of Paint Lick, have sold their stock of goods to Messrs. Sam Joseph and Robort Jennings, who ...,, . .1 .. . win run iiio outguess tor au more is in It. S. P. Salter went to Lexington Wednesday. J. Hunt McMurtry Is rejoicing over tho birth of a son and Hiram M. Powell, nt Gilberts Creek, over tho birth of a daughter. Our mutual friend, Butler Engloman, was tried on Tuesday, charged with cruelty to animals, iulllctcd by putting his mastiff after a roguish cow on his premises. A jury promptly returned a verdict of not guilty. You can't down a newspaper correspondent, especially such n man as Butler. Oliver Tudor, of Paint Lick, was lodged In jail hero Tuesday night to servo a sentence of 20 days Imposed upon him by Squlro James A. Baker for disturbing religious worship at Ml. I INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ORAD ORCHARD 1 " 11. 189S. NO. 98 ,ll j Dakota divorce. March 1st. It Is hoped also that J. II. Stephcus has sold his residence she got a change of name, Peyton Parrish, a widower of 15, and to F. W. DIHIon and Mr, Stephens has Mrs. Susie Melvin. a grass widow of 30, moved to the Hichert farm. Misses Lulu and Mamie McClure en- - both of tho East End, waro married at tertained a number of friends Monday Lancaster j estorday. Prom us. Merchant Tailors. Taney Socks . Stacy Adams' Pino Shoes. All Col. R. G. Stoner, the Bourbon coun night. All report a jolly, good time. votinir, votes will coat Sl.oO In tho fugood things conio Miss Pearl Philips will open u mil- ty horse breeder, and Miss Ida Hamilture Instead of 81 as now. from shop In a short while here, in ton, of Gen.Cerro Gordo property of J. S. linery Atthoealuof the which she will keep u full line of oca- - Williams, were married at Mt. SterCoulter Wednesday everything sold ling. tonable and fashionable goods. reasonably well. Ilorses brought from P. M. Condor is shipping some lino If the Kalamuzoo man who married W to WO; corn $1.83 per barrel; oau 2So walnut logs to Cincinnati and Louis- nine widows, lived in Hungary ho per bushol. Farming Implement? went ville. Several others are hauling in would bo compelled us a punishment to low as usual. logs to sell to dealers who buy. Walnut live with all of them. Doubtless they Is somewhat of a George Browning : is u very valuable timber nt present. would mako a nice living for them. swapjwd two hens for a trader, lie Miss Mary Bullock, who lives near Mr. J. W. Bastln, of Pittsburg, wus maro and then traded a set of chairs for 9! In town Tuesday and purchased the pi- Plousurovllle, went to Louisville another. He now has a span that cost Tabor church. William Ciark was lin- ano advertised in your paper for sale with 500 to purchase a trousseau, and him about $1, and it Is said that It camo S) ed 520 and William Arnold, colored, SI by M. J. Harris. J. W. James will be- was "buncoed" by a bogus female purhigh at that. v? chasing agent, who secured the money Emmett McCormack, D. G. Elliott In tho police court for a breach of the gin making whisky Monday. My stock of Ladies' Shoos yet comprises many !l The L. ic N R. R. is having quite a und skipped. I und W. T. Durham have been busy for peace committed last Sunday. of the Choicest Things of the Season, in Alexander Gill and George Wallace, number of ties loaded nt the station to John Winglleld, three times a wida week dividing tho farm of J. S. CoulI ter, tlee'd. They report It a dlfllcult both colored, were arrested hero on make room for business on their new ower and 09 years old, was married at ,JJ Tuesday by Deputy U. S. Murshal W. track. They nro having changed the Logansport, Ind., to Mrs. Rachel Wil task. J. 1 Lay, a brother of : liams, who had been married four J. C. Lay, Is doing the surveying. T. Short and taken to Mt. Vernon to passing track to tho business track. Prof. Gashwller will begin his school times and wus only two years his junRev. J.M. V. Slmor. In a late dis- answer the charge of selling liquor W : without licence. It is atd that they at the college Monday. He Is a line In ior. Turkey Knob ichool-houscourse at In all the popular lasts. But they must go be- A social surprise was created at denounced Dr. Whltsltt In terms not had "Blind Tigers" in Logantown and structor, and wltli a little more uld cause ::least complimentary and said he deult out tho cursed stuff ad libitum. from purents In tho way of teaching Parkersburg, W. Vn., by the announcetho ItM T, are others to bo had and Mr. their children what they go to school ment that Dr. Holla Camden, nephew intended to continue to do so, whenever There III Jl was af- Short will confer a favor by returning. for und what Is expected of them, we of Senator Camden, and Miss Blanche and wherovcr tho oportunlty Tho Legislature seems to have favor- are bound to see Improvement in our Dcllickcr, a beautiful society girl, had Is a very able forded him. Row Slmor I been married four years. I And yet That is in them and the room they occupy. Prioxpoundorof Baptist doctrine, besides ably considered my repeated sugges- children. Rev. A. C. Newlnnd is very 111 at his they say a woman can't keep a secret. & speaker, and Is not thu tions to abolish thu Board of Equalizaa very forcible des reduced as follows: A New York wife is suing her hus1 least mealeymouthed In dealing wltn tion, as a bill of that kind will likely home on Cedar Creek. His daughter, men and things, especially when he become a law. It is iuiosslble for Mrs. Dr. I. B. Oldham, of Madison, band for divorce for having this note QO & thinks there I anything "rotten in them to know the value of property with her husband, came down to see if in his pocket: "Horace My heart Is ii I can no: live withof tho great throughout the State of Kentucky, and relief could bo, given In u case that is oleedlng Denmark," as In the case head of that Institution of learning, the existence of such a board is a re- alino-t- t hopeless. Mr. John Warren out you. I would onco more kiss you All $2.75 and $2.50 goods can now be had for S2 good-byDarling what lovo the BnptUt Theological Seminary, at flection on tho ability and Integrity of still lies nt his home in a critical con- and and our S2 line drops to $1.50. These are not county oMcials, who aro able to take dition from a complication of diseases. more perfect than a life wi'h thee? Louisville. care of the affair of tho county. wo meet Do not fail, Horold style, shelf-wor- n Cjl goods, but brand new and AN Dr. J. B. Kiunaird informs me that BOBBITT BUSTED. ace, to bring me a bottle of rock and ; ine ucM rue lauu anorus. the Independent telephone lino will WHITES KEADAULY FKOM HIS ADOPTED rye und a bottle of raspberry jam." InCkah OllCUAltD, Fob. noon connect Danville with his line at George W. Elliott, a prominent STATE. sert this to my creditors In tho !." Hubble and run from there to Stanford Gcilfokd, MO. Enclosed Und pay young man of Nicholasvllle, and Miss States of this great Ocean-bounand that tho toll, to talk to either city, for the JOURNAL another year I can't Sallle Reed, of Harrodsburg, were A.-,VMNwfcvtjJwill only be 15 cents. Tills is 10 cento yM ,,v'TM my Ken- married at the St. Asaph Hotel yester-du- y Gentlemen 1 am receiving numerous less than the other lino and, as our peo- think of getting along without It keeps fresh in my ufternoon by Rev. W. S. Grinstead. duns from ovory latitude- and longitude ple talk considerably, the enterprise tucky pajer because mind the land of my birth. There is After the ceremony thoy drove out to dunning me for of this groat country will pay. A wire has also been put up no spot on eurth that has a warmer Mr. B. Chancellor's where they will mouey, all of which omit to enclose the to tho residence of Judge J. S. Robin place In my bosom than Lincoln coun- remain several days visiting them. The necessary stamp for reply and when son, three miles in the country. ty, while I see It us It was aud notprob-ubl- e bride is a cousin of Mrs. Chancellor chill penury represt.es tho noble rage County Attorney Owsley prepared a as it is, for I imagino there has and Is a very pretty young lady. Miss esof my letter and It can not make It warrant for the nrrcst of Irvine Clouse, boon many changes since I used to Sellers, a relative of tho pair, uccotn-pante- d for want cape from tho flrst a popular young farmer, living about 8 knock the fire out of tllnt rocks with tho young folks here and with Wo will sell you coal delivered In town nt the following prices of tho necessary stamps upon its pin- miles from town, charging him with my baro feet lu und around McKlnnoy Miss Ophelia Chancellor and Joseph highFalls Ilranch at 13c per bushel. ions, they write me another letter tho paternity of a child, of which Miss school-housThe lat- Chancellor stood with them during Blue Gem at - lie per bushel. ly otlonded because I did not answer Amunda Simpson Is the mother. Con- and Brig's old Is whero I gruduatcd, at ceremony. Rust Jelllco at lie per bushe their tlrst lettur. Now I want to state stable Hammond brought him to town ter place 10, somo 42 years agoabout tho marriage of Mr. and Tho tho ago of Albert H. SevLaurel at - - 10c per bushel. right hore, I am nn educated gentle- on Monday night and he gave a bond North Jelllco N'ut 9c per bushel. yet I remember well the hardships I erance to Miss Florrle Heath, daughman, thoroughly acquainted with the of 9200 for his appearance for trial on for ter of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Heath, wus Any of the nbovo aro lc les per bushel nt yards Wo also have on hand a English language, speaking French tho 23th, which promises to bo sensa underwent or passed through there, was heavy beech timber adja-co- solemnized in the beautifully decorated there full stock of Feed Stuff at Lowest Markot Prices. Give us a call. a smattering of tfoiial. like a Parisian, with which hnd lota of I6ng, keen limbs Flrs.t Presbyterian church at Richmond fM -' Spanish and Greek, and do not Latin, Mr. W. T. West, who Is to bo our you bet they would make a at high noon, Wednesday, Rov. Joe wl'ito to offend any one, and If tho next next postmaster, is a vorltablo Goliah, and, my, down there. Severance, a brother of tho groom, offono who duns me will encloso a stamp- standing 0 feet .'! inches und weighing boy smart Tho avalanche or wavo of prosperity iciating in a beautiful ceremony, assisted envelope I shall certainly setid him 220 pounds, although ho only weighed us in N. W. Missouri with ed by Rev. Jasper K. Smith, pastor of un answer If I can beg or borrow u 214 beforo ho got the telegram announc- hasn't struck r, wo supposed it would. the church. MUs Nannettc Heath, a sheet of paper In Crab Orchard, as I ing his upolntincnt. Ho is a republi- thut force we aro getting along fairly well. sister of the bride, was muld of honor am now doing. can of the old school, has been an un- Whllo we aro not getting big prices for and Mr. George A. McRoberts best Fontaine Fox Bohuitt. tiring campaigner, und has held posi- our products wo have been raising good man. The ushers were Dr. A. S. Price, 24 tions in the rovenuo service. Ills parcrops, particularly corn. Two aud R. E. Little, R. S. Taylor and Thomas There aro 1,425 characters In tho ty fealty and work In elections won the three years ago wo had Immense crops II. Shanks. Miss Ruth Crow presided books Dickens wrote. prize, ulthough friends of his oppon- of corn, whllo last year It was only fair. at the organ and gave the wedding Puro gold Is to bo used In plating the ents claim Just Received. Complete line of that tho result would have There are million of bushels of corn marches most acceptubly. Immediatestairway of George Gould's new homo been different If n vote of the patrons peuncd up in this country that was ly after the ceremony, the contracting at Lakcwood. of the office had been taken. But ho Tho substitution of aluminum for will discharge tho duties of the office bought for speculation. A great deal parties, with tho large number of Stanof it has become damaged more or less ford people who were present, left for found In Franco to effect brass faithfully and It behooves everybody to und Is now being fed to hogs and cat- Stanford by the K. C, urriving at 4:30 o groat a suvlng In tho weight of railestle. tons per bow submissively to tho Inevitable, und going ut once to tho home of Mrs. road cars as ono and pecially tho democrats, who wore not Feeding cattle and stockers are un- Mnrthn Severance, where a sumptuous is now cheaper for car. Aluminum Every thing New and Fresh Prices Low. consulted In tho matter, nis avoirdu- reasonably high. Wo had In the latter dinner was served to the bridal party. equal volume than brass. make-uwill pois und his physical Jesso Graut, son of tho lato Gen. force a chaugo in the office fixtures. part of tho fall and early winter a great The bride Is beautiful and highly cultimany cattle shipped Into this country vated, besides being possessed of a dispoInvestigaGrant, is making a trip of u set from Alabama, Mississippi, Texas and on the Thoy will have to be raised or sition, tho loveliness of which Is known tion through the coffee country be made to order, with the win- Old Myxleo and wo claim tho honor of with a view of must to all who have coino within the charmPacific slope of Mexico dows much higher, in order to enable huvlng In this, Nodaway county, and ed circle of her acquaintance. Of Mr. of 50,000 acres of purchasing a tract him to see the patrons. Mr Hamilton Atchison, an adjoining county, tho Severance naught but good can be said. ho proposes to colonize will land which vacate some time in March and the largest feeders in tho United States, If He is a model young man in habits and Americans. with earth will roll on und tho sun will still not In tho .vorld. Dave Rankin, of business, and is a member of the thrivBradstrcct's reports that of the :t shino us if nothing had happened. 0 Atchison, It Is claimed, is feeding ing dry goods llrm of Severauce & failures in tho U. S. last year were head of cattle, 10,000 hogs aud geta Sons. We welcome tho bride of his Incompeduo to tho following caiiscb: WAYNESBURG. away with 20,000 bushels of corn each choice to our town and wish for both of tence, 1,010; Inexperience, 731; lack of Ira Parti n preached here Sat- day. Then there Is John S. Bllby, of them the brightest und best that c'arth Row capital, 4,103; unwise credits, lofl; failand Sunday. Nodaway, who owns 30,000 or 40,000 cun give. Huvo the mot approved of others, 20U; extravagance, 151); urday CT ures C. G. Caldwell lost a valuable mare, acres of land. He, It Is said, Is feeding neglect, ail; competition, 0S3; disaster, & Hanson's Minstrel Stars and Fields caused by her sticking a splinter in 15,000 or 20,000 cattle und hogs In pro 3,312; speculation, 10(1; fraud, 1,333. ' her leg. portion. Ho uses 300 or 400 horses und Grand Concert Band will present their ' Hamburg-America- n The Pretoria, of the matchless entertainment at Walton's The depot is about completed und Is mules to run his ranches. Lino, Is tho largest steamship In covered with Opera Houso next. Wednesduy nlfjht, ono of tho nicest und most convenient Tho grouud has been tho world. She Is 580 feet long, 02 feet little dopots on the road. snow since tho 3rd of December. Have Feb. 1(3. Although this will be their And Best Line of Perfumes. Soaps and Toilet Articles on the Market. 42 deep. Her capacity Is wide and Mr. Hicks is setting up his mill about had 40 Inches of snow so far, but no flr&t visit here, a splendid show maybe tons of freight, nn amount which it two miles East of town and will bo very cold weather, 10 below zero, and looked forward to, for they have been TYPE-WRITEwould tako 2." railroad trains of 2T cars ready for cutting lumber in a few days, that only ono morning. This leaves strongly Indorsed everywhere thoy each to transfer by rail. She has most have appeared since their opening earwo uro told that ho has bought a myself uud family In fulr health. luxurious accommodations for 32S cabin and ly last August, in act It has been ac D. HOCICER. largo lot of timber. C. How can it be dono? Simplicity in passengers, and comfortablo und roomy knowledged to be the one organization Messrs. J. R. Williams and Seymour construction and not belonging to the quarters for a large number of travelwhisky Is really a remarkable of this class 'that is absolutely In pace Scotch McMulliu uttended Humphreys salo Typewriter Trust result in nn honest proers by steerage, as well as for tho largo Tuesday. Mr. S. J. Singleton, who has product. Of tho 28 million gallons with tho calendar, not only discarding duct nt an honest price The Blickens-derfe- r crew necessary for handling her. is the only high grado machine at been visiting In this vicinity, will leave made in Scotland last year 30 million all moth grown minstrel Ideas, but reasonable cost. It is built on strictly of were consumed at homo, 30 million boldly comes forward pre&enting a proMardl Grus festivities of the most in u few days for Florida, tho Land scientific principles, and of only tho best scut to England and 30 million sent this gram of absolutely new features from cluboruto character this year ut New Flowers. and most d irable material. country. start to linlsh, embodying the services M. G. Reynolds and wife have been Some distinctive features, visible worir, Tho Royal Orleans and at Mobile. There Is a 6ult vein In Kansas at a of 30 minstrel celebrities; uud so theio interchangeable type, portability, durabil-ity- , Is tho Queon & Crescent. Vestl-bule- d visiting relatives over in tho Lake Road doing away with ribbon nulsnnce, un of IKK) feet containing, according is something new under the sun. trains Cincinnati to New Orleans neighborhood this week. Miss Emily depth varyijg alignment, unexcelled manifold m u to a local statistician, enough salt to Excellent through ser- Alexundor and Mr. John Ball were visIn 24 hours. ing. 84 separate chsracters. etc., etc. salt tho world for a million years. President Barrios, of Guntamala, Tho Blickensdorfer is the only typevice. Only lino running Cafe, Parlor iting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reynolds Sat. Tho largest dog in tho world Is Nero, was assassinated. Barrios was elected writer receiving highest award at World's und Observation cars. Ono faro round urday uud Sunday. 1S92 for a torm of six years, which Fair. Improved since. by Wayne Bailey, of Rutland, trip for the occasion, from all points on, A pretty fair sized crowd attended ownedHo weighs nearly 300 pounds, and In Send for cataloguo and testimonials. Va. would have expired March 15, but last i tho Queon & Crescent. W. C. Rlnear-son- tho sale of Mr n. 3. Reynolds Tues0 feet from tip to tip. June proclaimed himself dictator. day, but most things sold low. Mr. measures G. P. A., Cincinnati. MOORE BROS., GEN'L AGTS. nov. Rrfldlov offered a reward of $100 GUARANTEED. Reynolds uud family will leave about E. H. Ballard, u prominent farmer ...k(n..i,n,t.nrthnmDinboNa( son of u Mexican and 125 E. Fayette st. An 218 F st. N. W. the last of this week to mako tholr funear Richmond, was adjudged insane Baltimore, Md. Washington, D. C, 'millionaire was murrled to the former ture homo In Ohio, and will bo missed tho mob who raided Hlndman several . an oraereu to do lasen to mo asyium. days ago. a great deal by their neighbors. of tho Kansua prison. ! The writer ha received a package of garden seed. This I suppose indicates Miss Ethel Gist, of New Castle, were married Wednesday. spring. Miss Georgia Lewis will begin a, Countess Mario do la Contera y Clar de Gobcl y Fernandez, has secured j school at the Holmes pchool-hous- MATRIMONIAL. II. B. Ripy, of Lawrenceburg, and Hiving Orders ! Tor his wants and Informs his better half to buy lils I Neckwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, step-daught- er The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., DANVILLE, KY. i t 1 I : CHEAP SHOES. & i . or ENGLISH i HANDTURNS SHOES, WALKING 1 $ m u, I - II I I NEED THE MONEY 33 GDOdS i All S3.5D fit S2.50. to-da- y. e. To-nig-ht ! S.-H- oaso d c: H. J.. McROBERTS. m .Am0 j post-oMc- o e. 1 1 m nt J. H. i i IJ BA UGH MAN St m How-ove- A Handsoms Line of Dress Hoods, has-bee- Dry Goods And Shoes. MARK HARDIN. one-ha- lf tt p ii fid Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig 13,-03- 20,-00- ! ffocker I FACE LOTONS. R. 20,-0- 00 THE BtlCKESSDERFER H 1 mtm, mm i J! mutron ( !5v(pT0'rt-v- - "'.tr'?mfljt&i$s- - r f woerirtiMivwfr-traar- - xtaPf-- mm; &."!? v-- j7htv r - q ",g - 19 "l", . Lbutoert, the Chicago sausage maINTERIOR JOURNAL ker, who ground his wife up in one of THE his machines, was. on his second trial, given a life sentence. Thoro is a shade of a doubt as to as the defense Fed ii. 189S claimed that thehis guilt, is still nlive,or Stanford. Ky., woman the old fellow's neck would have paid the penalty. W. P. WALTON. J. H. Polk, postmaster at Goodwin, or more from tho government. Ga., was killed and robbed of $500. A New York woman killed her mother-in-law and then attacked her husband with n hatchet. At the Cabinet meotlmr It was decided to send two companies of troops to tho Alaskan gold fields. Two hundred buildings at Manila, There are in Kontucky SO pensioners receiving $50 or more, of which number two receive 8100, 01 receive 372 and 20 get Hor-tnu- THE MAN WHO LIVED. He should have been dead. - the capital of tho Philippine Islnnds, skig the formula for such a very valuable There' nothing aucceeda like ucce-dltor, The There ii no withstanding the living argil remedy," V. II. Lawrknct, were destroyed by fire. be dead, who Ohio l'armcr, Cleveland, Ohio. ment ol the man who should Mrs. Joseph Hoop, of Toledo, O., at Isn't dead, but who would be dead, but (or a preserving medicine. That' about the u a hot tempted to start a fire with gasoline way It seemed to strike liditor Lawrence, on of the Ohio l'armcr, Clevclnnd, Ohio. He toral handy, on the desk, In the office,you and was burned to death. the shell or in the closet at home, aud was afflicted with one ol those colds that will have at hand n William Hesskett and wife died withhave, thousands of times over, culminated at nuy time of savingremedy that Is capable you in consumption, when not promptly cured. and even life. There suffering, money, no malady so in a few hours of each other of conIn this condition he met a friend, a con- prolific of evil results as Is neglected cc!d. a sumptive, whom he had not expected to There Is no medicine so promptly sumption at Dunkirk, Ind. effective see alive. The consumptive friend recom- in curing a cold and absolutely eradicating Tun president of Gautetnala has been mended Dr. J. O. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Frank Ayers, of Robyvillc, O., drank killed by his infuriated people. Now if, on the ground thnt It its effect, ns Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. for the editor's col daughter I'.very traveller kiiouiu carry it. itvery had " helped him wonderfully." it helped household let them try their hand on old gum carbolic acid because his It. It curea the editor Just ns wonderfully, giving variety of should keep alt forms of everv wUhes. lunir If they make as good a job, till married against his shoo and "almost instant relief." llut rend his and throat cough, andAsthma, bronchitis, trouble. letter: Clarence Vinegar was convicted nt croup, and whooping cough, are promptly will be forgiven. "About two months ago, I wn afflicted cured by It, and ft has In many cases over. Georgetown of wifo murder, and his with a bad cold, and, meeting a friend, he come pulmonary disease in aggravated punishment fixed nt death. THE LEGISLATURE advised the use of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral (orms, when all other remedies failed to which, he claimed, had helped him won. help and physicians gave no hope of cure. Several prisoners wcro liborated from Clnaalflril. derfully. As he wan a conumptlvc, whom Tlio'c who for convenience have wanted a A bill to abolish the days of grace on Housekeeper (to tramp) Why don't, I ad not expected to see alive for several smaller aiied bottle ol I)r, Aycr's Cherry Bonton by their friends, who payments of notes was presented In tho tho jail at years, I concluded there must be merit In Pectoral, can now obtain it of their dealer you go to work? door. battered down tho jail this preparation. I accordingly bought a lu half site bottles, at half price 50 cents. House. Tramp Can't gel work. couple of bottles, one of which I keep on tend for Dr. Ayer's Curcbook, and read James P. Hill, of Ctrclevllle, O., was my dcslc alt the time. This In certainly more of the cures effected by this remedy. Tho House passed tho bill reducing "There Is pleutv to bedo&e." the best remedy for a cold I ever used. It The book contnius 100 pages, aud Is sent knocked down and robbed of his spec"None thnt I cun do." gives almost Instant relief, and the J. C. free, on request, by the J. C. Aycr Co., the salaries of State officers from gov tacles while visiting In Louisville. AycrCo. arc to be congratulated on yossc. Lowell Mass. "Haven't you any trade?" lican. In this Congressional district, ernor down. Lying In bed helpless, John Bell, of "No'm." Mr. North's bill allowing guards for Shackelford's plurality over him was Newcastle, Ind., saw his wife deliber"No business or profession of nav 570, but then there were 1,071 votes prisoners 10 cents n mile for only one ately commit suicide by hanging. Kind?" cast for Hindman, gold democrat, 221 way was passed by tho House. "No'm." Twenty-fiv- e thousand men will stnrt Tho Louisville ripper bill was ad&!& "Didn't you ever have?" for Parker, populist, and 208 for Walfor tho Klondike from Illinois and ad "No'm." lace, prohibitionist, making for the last vanced in tho House by a vote of 40 to joining States before tho end of the "Poor fellow! I see what the matter three named 1,500 votes. Subtract 38. Mr. North voted with the minority. month. Is. You had a rich father." The Chlnn School Book bill, ns N. Y. Shackelford's 570 plurality and the re ?1W Albert Rahm and Herman Nccker, Weekly. amended by the joint education com sult shows a majority against the dem who fought a duel over a woman at MaA Purely Mornl Arenmrnt, ocratic nominee last November of 984. mittee, passed tho House by a vote of con City, Iowa, are both at the point of Wife John, don't you think you had county Is taken out of the 62 to 11. If Jackson better give up trying to Bhnve yourself Speaker Beckham tells the Cincinna death. 8th as proposed, and is probable, we A Kansas judge decided that a bicy and go back to the barber? v ti Enquirer that the MeChord railroad should deduct 1,072, the republican ma: Husband Why, of ratobill, passed by the Senate, will cle Is a tool and is essential toIsa man's how much I save every course not. See jority in that county against democracy If you find it as wo advertise, Kvrry exempt profession or occupation, and month. as shown in the last election, and it will pass the House. Wife Yes, I know that: but then Wil price and quality e.xnctly riht. Then After he reads Senator Bronston's from execution. lie Is nhvays around you when you bo seen that we have a majority in You you will believe our statement Th wifo of Charle Fitzpatrick, Sr the 8th of only a narrow margin of 68. exorlatton of him, Senator Lindsay will havo the greatest confidence in our Palntsvllle, died from a wound re- shnve, and lie Is learning so many bad This is most too small to boast of and will doubtless wish like Job, that he ceived In attempting to shield her hus words. On tho "guarantee" plan when we remember the work and ex- had never been born. we siibtitautintc our statement. You can Proof of Intrllrcfnnlll-- . band from a blow. The first and only bill passed by both "1 she an intellectunl girl?" said pense of a large number of candidates rely upon their accuracy. You will find school boy, Arthur Smith, a lovo-slcHouses and ready for the governor's Spokes to his friend Whiffet, who had in each county in the last November it in our utoro just as advertised of Brlcnsburg, used laudanum an! a election and then remember that there signature is for the benefit of the SherJ razor to end his life, but was discovered been raving about his flnneee. "Intellectual?" replied Whiffet. "I will De only one democratic candidate iff of Menefee county. should say she was. She pronounces The newspaper publishers havo ef- In time to be saved. in the next election, the burden and reFor betraying a young woman named ceramics' as though the wonS were sponsibility of our candidate for Con- fected an organization and appointed a Julia Hannah, Sam Doss, a young far- spelled with n 'k'." Louisville Courier-Journa'; te'ling In thc.-- o To ciuplinsiic the gress are manifest. The raco Is not go- committee to memoriaize the Legisla- mer, was sentenced at Rome, Ga., to particular lines und to give you n cle.irer ture to amend tho libel laws so 'that walk-ove- r even for the best ing to be a eight years' imprisonment. How It Affected Her. insight into values thnt nre every where man that can be nominated. It there- they will not be so oppressive. The Bluegrass Building and Loan Dr. B.'ewmass I am surprised, Mrs. in our store, the following itetm nre listSenator Bronslon denies that he is behooves the party to make no fore ed. Excellent quality 80 inch bleached out of the race for Congress and admits Assoofaf Ion of Lexington, which made Brownjones, to hear you say that you mistake In Its nomination or wo may an assignment last week, shows assets are a martyr to biliousness. You nre Mudin, muootb, nt 5c. yd. Blackburn, again have a republican to misrepre- a breach with the picture of health, and don't look at of 8276.SS0; liabilities, 8294,331. whom he accuses of double dealing in sent us. Let the nomination seek the Insane jealousy caused Mrs. William If you were subject to It. I Mrs. Brownjones Oh, I'm not, but right man for once and the office will the matter of the Wiley confirmation, Place, of New York City, to kill her and says he thinks Mr. Blackburn m. husband Is thnt is the way I suffer course. follow as a matter of and attemnt to take her from it. Up To Date. 1W should have had more consideration for Lonsdale "Green Ticket" 0c. yd Fruit own llfo and that of her husband. i of tho Loom, 0c jd. .10 Inch Cambric THE place of referee for offices In his judgment. t A Dnniiri-oiCritic. boy of Willie Hayward, a Mr. North's bill reducing Special wheeling, unbleached Muslin, 10c yd districts that are represented by dem"Won't you play something, Mul- an oldn staple quality, 16c. full blenched lins?" asked Kilduff, motioning towurd ocrats is proving a delusion and a Circuit Judges' salary from $8 to 85 a New Albany, Ind., shot to scare Sheeting, and extra XXX value nt 16c. snare. Denny nas resignea, L.angiey. day, and requiring this to bo paid out er brother, but tho bullet struck his the piano. wounding her. "I hurdly like to while Col. Gore Is Flannelettes, for wrappers, good colorings has been knocked out, Ernst is coming of the regular Judges' salary, unless little sister, seriously and Dr. W. W. Cheno-wlt- here." John Burton law the latter bo sick, and especially if the nt 8 Klc. back to Covington to attend to his "Is he severe in his criticisms?" of Parkersburg, W. Va., wound practice, and it is said that John M. regular Judge vacates because of pre"Yes; and he carries n pistol." Hur- ' Lewis is getting all fired tired of the vious employment in the case on trial, up a spree by drinking "hot drops." lem Life. Both died in great agony a few hours post. What any body could want with was passed by the House. To cloe them Children' lloodn nt jOc, A Pntrrnol lilcn. it is past finding out, except to gratify Senator Bronston's resolution provid- later. rliles were a 40c va no. Ladies' Kubheis. !5c pair. "That's a fine, solid baby of yours. Forty sent from Franka desire to pose for a season as a big ing for the appointment of a joint comMen's Arctic. SOc. Men's good duck coats Middleton," said a friend who wns admittee to draft a reply to Senator Lind- fort to Sheriff Hook, of Bracken coun miring the first baby. man. II. (Jood wool Sock 15c. Hoys' nml say's speech on the "resignation reso- ty, by order of the Governor. The Men's Oveinlls, well uindo 35 nml 50 els. "Do you think he's solid ?"usked .Mie response to articles attacking his lution," was passed by 20 to 0. The sheriff will anna posse to suppress In ddleton, rather disconsolately. Men's newest Fancy DreHS Shirts, tho "It candidacy for prison commissioner, Republicans refused to vote. The Sen raldors. seems to me ns If he uns nil holler." kind that givu wrfeCtiou for lit, aro Alfred Bradley, Vice President of Thomas E. Mooro, of Shawhan. has ator made a speech in support of his challenged the Brecklnridges, W. C. resolution roasting Lindsay from stem the Bradley Cordage and Twine Com "7r7N Mrnnuoly Trtir. pany, wnose factory at uuyion, u., was P. and Desha, to mortal, combat, only to stern. "It hardly seems meet," snid the destroyed by fire, died as a result of the corn-festipulating that in a fight each shall Huy it of us nnd you will gut tli; lht philosopher, "yet it ' is unPOLITICAL POINTS. make use of the left arm as his right excitement. doubtedly true thnt many a young your money oan buy. You will got valarm is disabled. The colonel is disThe trial of Emile Zola, the novelist, woman is willing to trust' uli'i Jim Williams, the horseman-politiciaues thnt will ninle you fool kindly disposed to make bport of the card, but It has announced his candidacy for for his defense of dipt. Dreyfus, who Is her heart n young man thnt no liittebn posed toward our More nnd yon will nome is said that Desha does not regard it as Congress In the Louisville district. now undergoing punishment worse than will trust for n pound of ller"- again. .Journal. very funny business. At Washington the House, by a vote death Itself, Is creating great excite14U to 112, unseated Plowman, of demment at Paris. Debtors will regard the legislator ocrat, of Alabama, and gave the seat A California court has decided Unit COMMISSIONER'S P0B1IC who has offered a bill to abolish the t) Aldrich, republican. it is not forgery to sign the name of T. I) KAJJEY, Manager days of grace now allowed In three The Kentucky delegation selected tho original purchaser of a railroad payment of notes as an enemy of bis Congressman Colson to succeed himself ticket after the ticket has been sold by lMIVLU CIliCTIT COt'ltT Tbos. MclIoWm, l'laintln", v J. V (lui.t, ,tr.. race. A bill to abolish the payment of as member of the republican Congres- tho purchaser. --... Defciitieut notes at all would prove much more sional Campaign Committee. Hy ofa the iloyle At Warrensburg, Mo., Mlnter Bros, Court virtue alaitejudgment of rendered CInult in t he styled at the Janpopular in this anarchistic age, when The president appointed L. F. Petty were given a judgment for 327,000 uary Uriu, 17, thereof, io. will, uverago man regards the 'man he postmaster at Shelbyville; F. the A. Van against Bradstreets Commercial AgenON MONDAY, IKIIIMAIIV Jut, la., owes us a thief and scoundrel, who Ransalcer at Owensboro; F. M. Fisher cy, which had rcj)orted the firm us In- at 14 o'clock, !. .. or ItivrralaMit, Mug the rirst should have no rights that shall be re- atPaducah and Theodore Stanfill of Doric tit solvent. Mlnter Bros, sued for 8100,-00- 0 day of the I'cbriurr term ..., tho .11,. Cotinir kail ... i..1'imrtl nil ,.i ,l.n I.1..I.. . ..uu - nitxier spected. w.....j, damages. ai Williamsburg. mi ii"v. hoiiw door In Hie town lie uiiicr lfore Miss Nancy Fix, who Is skeptical of of I Mnvlllc, Ky , lie following; ilfjcrlUnl iruKMty. After Senator Kenna died, bis wife O. V. Riley, who married Miss viz Will make you Kive up all thoughts of conr Mary Jones, of this county, and Joe C. was appointed postmaster at Charles- banks, was robbed of 815,000 near Del! mizing. It isn't necebnary when you can j;et Jones, her brother, lawyers at Pine-vill- ton, W. Va. Her place was wanted, aware, O. She kept her money In a situate in - ' jar and she was fearfully at follows Uoyle tounty, Ky Imt trait iImhtIIkiI everything the'children need for about one fifth have taken churgeof the Courier however, by a pie hunter, und she has . hitlitte alwut two milt fniiu the ' J!' to give away to O. A. Petty. tortured before she would tell where ii luinuie, aim on the liirnplkii roail leading town of what it cost your father. Our htoek includes just relinquished by P. T. Townes, und Irtini iMnvllle lo Stanford, and Umiclcl on the ninth by A petition signed by 400 citizens of the jar wus kept. will run it, the former as editor and the tho turnpike nnd londini from Kainlllo to School Books, Writing The Stuto Sinking Fund Commis- Ity tho tli laud of William Ywnjer, on lliomiutli latter as manager. There is no reason Paris, protesting against tho appointSpongos, Pons tiirnplko road loading from Iaiiflfo to why Pinevillo shouldn't support a good ment of J. L. Bosley as postmaster, was sioners elected two women guards to Stanford, ou lliet-a-- liy the And Crayons Ink, Drawing Material, Ac , and Win' Yeoiivr estate, and un the weM hy when you want a lot of theho things we make paper well and wo are sure Messrs. Ri- forwarded to Washington, but it will serve In tho female wards of theFrauk-for- t and tlieMvond tract herein lielow ilrstrltH',!, and 7 rood and lu mlj, and Mil,; penitentiary. They are Mrs. Pat-ti- e cut no ice. Bosley hns.the place nailed ley and Jones will give them that kind "lot" prjrec the ame land on which J W iiiot mid wife down. Pearce, of Lexington, and Miss Maon January IM'J of paper. Second tract j'jlc.llows Situate ahont Dubois, of Idaho, chair tilda Wcathorford, of Louisville. froiii 14 Danville nnd Notwithstanding the reports of man of tho silver republican executive On a New York stage the other night the iiiilcii aliv the town oland U hound,-.- adjoin , tract dwrilied. n. north hy the turnpike roul leadf-- n I famine and death, gold hunters contin- committee, announces that a complete Viola Allen, heroine, stubbed William nvllle to Lancaster, on the Miulh by the tilrni Iko ro.ul ue to Hock to the Klondike, the steam- fusion of the country has been agreed Faversham, villlan; and being Intense leading from Danville ,to Stanford, on the e.M by ami the by the er, Queen, which left Seattle for Alas- upon and a plan of uetion mapped out ly interested in tho part, sho thrust the the laud anoveiliicrilK.-d- contain on acrewent 8 roods iru;rty or Donuti, and and it hath ofwld two tratU will Iw told in one IhhIv ka Friday carrying over 1,000 persons for the Congressional campaign. Corsican poinard far enough between as a whole, the tract tint descriln.il alwve will bo bent on gold or death. The trull is first sold, Charles S. Ilernloy has been chosen his ribs to draw blood und sudden ex- In pay and if it doe not realize mini utticieut the debt and cmts in this suit, ainouiitliiK strewed with grinning skeletons, but chairman of the Indiana redublican clamation. toSiVJI.M), then the etvml tract will be wild Tim Second Hcwdon of the t'ollcpluto Year. IM7-0will open if from tho Hale of both Mid trnrtniuld iiin of that does not deter those who hope to committee. Ho is not the representaJudge Tarvin has sent eight of tho .nd I3.0() is not iisiIUed, then the undersigned Si'J win a fortune by staking out a claim. tive of any candiduto for United Suites Covington council to jail for an indeli-nit- o loiiiiuluMtiner will, 2-3tiSenator and announces in his platform ON MONDAY, JIAltCH time. Thirty hours is tho limit 1th, K'w, ., New immiIN (Mitrrlnir nt thnt tlmo will ilu reivlved Inin i,i, i,,,Jlu. A ClKCUIT-JUDGIn the upper part n that "the republicans of Indiana must for which he can commit them ut any at I o'clock M , or thereabout.., bln the C,iU "" "r WrU" ,u M,W' riAUr,'EY ut ' Uolle,'o r write for cntuloKtiti. of tho Stuto opens his court with praytint longer be under the gnardlanship of one time, but it Is believed he will reWIMdAM HHRWtW. t0h,!ffi er. This is almost equal to the preachOhio boss." ai court houe lu tho town of .Slanfoul, ' ' sentence until thoy grow tired and com- In front oil hefollowlm.' er who stood with cocked gun in hand Ky., the two diwrll...,! ..rim.i .,!' ply with his order. ov. ...hi.., i.ic-u- i a may ne nccea'ary to py nml ut tho burning of the two Seminole InBRIEF NEWS NOTES. due Raid Mini A Pittsburgh lire, which wus not raimj the balance ale of iiHn two tracts almvn mendians in Arkansas and prayed for the tioned after the tho of land in Cash wheat is selling ut OSc. in brought under control until after five lloyle county. victims of tho cruelty of hlmsolf nnd Hint tract denrrihed tu follow Situate in I.in hours' work, caused a loss of nearly olii county, Ky , and containliy about U'lt aires companions. SUCCESSOR TO J. B. HIGGINS, Fire ut Fort Worth, Tex., cuused a of property and ut least six lives. and lylnisator near tho town of Crab Orchaid und situate on Uith tides of the Wildemevi turnpike loss of $250,000. is fear- road, and adjoin the land of.Mrs Karris, It II Many perrons were injured It Ir those imprisoned councilmcn do Adams Tile Hues are prohibited In Owensbo- ed u number of victims ure yet under Hrtinaimh, Charles the lands and (IrorK hyJames' not whale Judge Tarvin within an inch Heirs and'niliidea W Inherited iliet from hi father, Jacob uet. of his life after they get out of jail, ro under a penalty of u fine of 810 to the debris from walling wulls. Njooml tract ilfcrlMl n ftiltnu-KH ., i I i.. thoy aro not made out of the right kind $25. E. M. Brown Hied suit Tuesday In the coin county, Ky , aud eontalnlnj.' n acres, and 'be- eoineyisi iiMlereiiilent w t uist Elections held in seven counties in United Stutcj, Court against James E. niKNiiiie of stuff. Even u judge should not be Agricultural Implements Also agent for the De ering Binders, Mow- New York show a democratic gain of Robertson, proprietor of the Paducuh permitted to transcend his authority. I TIIItMS Sslu. III . A, .....1. .... 25 per cent. "S a,,U T1 r nlSO aRetlt lor the Repairs for the above News, for $50,000 damages, because, us n mti,s ft.u- paymon... aod the purchar will ... ti nviwmti, lum.lj aula I. fMltl UfMl L V1 nit I. f i Boiks, of Iowa, prqposes Jack Shay, the railroad watchman, he ullcges, he printed un urtlclu suit- "luiiiu.....i.' viu De eiaa to nave tno se who ...-., ........ .u,,w.l. aii.u t iiui uu uirrn uiiii .. . . in in: thut the democratic party shall drop shot by un unknown person ut Paris, ing that Brown had murdered his or ntutliimcnt. and Wurim; Interest fmm ,i.vr think of buying to see my stock talc, until paid, at fi Hrcont per annum, the silver question. But tho demaerat-i- o cun not recover. who was mysteriously killed. lien retalued on tho projierty as additional and withMiurihve-s- t lor party seems more disposed to drop The Academy of Music und several According to statistics compiled by tyThe the paymentlie thereof by the sale, IncludliiK -amount to ralnsl Boies insteud. The "guv" is other buildings burned at Agent for Chilled 1' lows; tho most Improved chill plow. Onlern tnkeu for Coul Atlantic the New York Sun, there are .'l,5IS8 t)sts, ("HAS. (? I OX, too much of a many bided man. City. Loss.S05.000. from T L. Shelton's Coul Yuid. pensioners that receive $45 per month Master Com'r Hoyle fir. Courtfrom Frankfort show that a bill has passed the Senate Inking Jackson from the Sth Congressional district and putting It In the 11th. It Is also stated that this bill will pass the House. So many statements have been made about the effect of this change that we have made a careful examination to see how the majority will stand in the light of the late elections. In 1896, Davison's majority over Thompson was 2,481. Take the last republican majority in Jackson, 1,072 from Davison's majority uu 1 still the district shows 1,409 republican without that county. It is fairer, however, to tako the last November election and the most reliable test is the" vote of Shack elford, democrat, against Bailey, repub- Reports The Spanish Minister, Dupuy do Lome, who wrote offensively of President McKlnley, has made made himself persona non grata. The attention of his government has been called to the matter and if he Is not recalled he will bo given his passports. -- Henry Gocttel, in jail at St. Augus n tine, Fla., charged, together with Breetz, with train wrecking, committed suicide by hanging himself with a towel to the roof of the cell. His companion agreed to dio with him, und made a lutile attempt to butt out his brains against tho steel walls of tho cell. Mrs. Caroline Sapp, whose disappearance from her home in Fleming county created much excitement, has been found in Lexington, but refuses to return home. Shedcclnres her parents want her to marry a widower with six children. She says she Is unwilling to tho undertaking and wo can see where she Is right. 850. But he wasn't, because Yon Will Find j!& IT TRUE. of Tit-Bit- s. ndvertli-ement- d. k i? "H :aP Tiie Best Values. scn-on- l. or oven-threade- Hope Cotton, 5 8-- 2c. step-daught- er 1 0-- 1 h, Fascinators At 20c. toll-gat- Tit-Ult- s. Going Low Now. d n, m Sffi, The Louisville Store m 1 - -- 1 thci-uiir- t I .. 11(11 OUR FIGURES ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES Slatos, Pencils, e, Two Tracts of Land I two-gallo- n Pads, t ltciilK.-tiit'ntr- ! Percy's Drug Store S Stanford Female College. Tajcru.a,r3r i, On nEorLd.a,3r, 1 1898. .'HK-m- ar,. 1 trrw-t- . Chi-cuy- o. XT. 30. BRIG&T, . .1 i I nuiff7nt'ry,hnnmM .rr."..:.7";-,A""iy,",-y,.,,r.,- .1 Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Farm5Wagons, 1 m I Ex-Go- ..: IHM ,y' 1 - father-in- '""" "Tf5' -law, .nsrxD Hl-h- dl Kx-Go- v. x ckeo? x a: siVJl-vnu- . T3T5Tmi! - f j...,.. ,, , . i .ur, a, , jj vd .- - r A iat' f jjnrwqj'i?SI? ''.. ' rT""' 'B ' , 5 Wly 1; nwnwJTg !Hff If w I NEW Jewelry THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., at Dunks'. poods in window. Let Danks repair . that watch. Ski: our new Dankfl, the jeweler. all kinds always DAltltKLof the Hcst Now Orleans Molasses just opened at Warren fc - Fun. n, iSgS on ClIEAl cow feed of Shanks'. I PltOPOSE to grind magnets Ill s f hand. J. II. nnuirhman & Co. for (ono E. 0. Walton, Buhinkss Manaokii. Wk want to trado for 200 clover beed. B. K. Woaren it Son. tenth), beginning next Monday, 11th. bushels of J. H. Bright. 11 sell publicly county court day Tin: stock of tablets anil box papers Wanted. 100 barrels of corn. Will 15 shares of First National Bank stock, at Penny's Drug Store Is complete, em- pay 52 In coal. Quick. Noel & Son. In live share lots. E. B. Hayden. bracing all styles from tlio cheapest to .. quality the most expensive and the I am agent for the Challenge Wind AUGUST WOLF, a clever German, matches the price. Mill best made. E.T. Minor, Hubble. who moved from this county to Louis .. ville several month ago, died there of PERSONAL GOSSIP. We arc selling coal as cheap as any- - consumption. Mils. J. 11. Ykaoku Is visiting In bod, and we help.you load It. Noel it A immvate letter from that point Son. Richmond. says there are four cases of smallpox at Mil. J. P. Coou ban gone to Wuyno Latest stylos In note paper and new Jelllco. We are nlso informed that to buy cattle. tablets just rccolvcd at W. B. Meltob-crt- there are live cacs at the Proctor Mn. P M. McRqiikkts was In mines, a few miles distant. Frankfort Wednesday. HICKS missed It this time. Tho day Mils. Lou Shanks returned from Fields it Hanson's Minstrels travShelby county Wedncsdy. his Herco storms were to rago hero el in their own car and will arrive here Mil Madison sandidou, of tho Mil- - were as balmy and broozelcsfl as ever about 11:150 A.M. next Wednesday, lOthi ledgovillo section, is very ill. came In Juno. and parade Immediately nfter. Their Mil N. W. Wahfikld, of the Lou THE Roglster says that R. Zlmtucr brass band contains 22 pieces and their isville Paper Co., was hero Wednes has sold his confectionery at Richmond orchestra 10, so they make a great deal day. to Joe Giunchigllani and has rented the of music. s. Will T 0 M .V Miss Anna Johnston, of tho West Garnett Rouse Theke are said to be over 200 candi End, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. dates for road commissioner in this Hill. Bank Stock. I will sell publicly MiSS JkNNIB Payne, of Crab Qrch. next county court day eight 6hares of county, but it is not likely that such ard, was the guest of Mrs. Martha Sev- stock in the Farmers Bank it Trust otllce will be created. Tho probability Is that tho county will be redlstricted erance Co. R. C. Hocker. Stanford. and tho roads put In the hands of overG.- Welch U back from Cod. W. CHANGED The Fields it Hanson seers. MartlnsvHlo, Ind., considerably im Minstrels have changed their date to proved. Gakkield Whitley, of Crab Or MishSallieSheltoN went to Lou Wednesday night, 10th, one night carl chard, was tried in Judge J. P. Bailey's .'18 isville Tuesday to spend a month with ier. There are 40 people in all, court Wednesday for wilfully and mastage performers. friend. liciously breaking tho skull of another Miss Hklle Denny went to Klch named Dclaney, nnd was acquitThe olllcc of the telephone line be mond Wednesday to visit Miss Eatollc tween hero and Danville will more ted. He was then tried for assault and Walkor. than likely bo In W. B. McRoberts' battery and given 00 days In jail. Miss Lillian Cahpenteh, of Hus drugstore. The jolcs arc up within tonvllle. has ironc to Tampa, 11a., to two miles of town. Hotel. Editor James Maret, of tho Mt. Vernon Signal, has an option on visit a friend. THE attorneys have agreed on the a splendid hotel nt Livingston, which MKS. W. II. COLLlElt, of Brodhoad, of typhoid fever, Dr. E. J. case to be submitted to Judge Saulley, has 22 rooms In it and heated by a furis dying Is also connected. with reference to the purchase or nace. A store-rooBrown, tolls us. John D. Rockfeller presented land Miss Mattii: Mattincjly went up lease of the Stanford it Hustonvillo Livingston is growing rapidly and preworth $2'i,000 to tho city of Cleveland to Corbln Tuesday to visit her slstor, pike and it will be given to liltn Satui-da- sents a big chnnce for profitable Investment. Price for a short tlmo 83,000. for purk purposes. Mrs. Harry Goer. to Cave City Wrlto to Mr. Maret at once If you de- -' James Swann, a New York banker, MHS. J. S. HtCE went TllEapiHilntmentof W. T. West us sire such visit her parents, Dr. Wednesday to properly. It rents now for and Floyd Day, the Eastern Kentucky, H)stmaster at Lancaster is said to be $1,000. timber dealer, have purchased all the Mrs. Garnott. and due to the lnlluence of Gov. Bradley. property of the H. Hermun Saw-miMlLAND.MltS. W. J. YAOEH and W. K. Shugars thought he had tho The Best. Tho Maylleld, Ky., Mon- Company on Kentucky river, Includson, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and place nailed down, but there's many a itor says thut a crowded house greeted ing the lnrge mill at Beattyvillo and Mis. W. M. Bright. slip, itC. Fields it Hanson's minstrels Friday several tracts of timber in Breathitt, C'AMNITZ and son, How. MllS. II. night. The show wns by far the best Perry, Knott ard, of Ilustonvillo, wore guests of Newland received a minstrel performance ever seen in over 8200,000. and Letcher counties for g friends here this week. letter from a delinquent yesterday Maylleld. Tho company travels in Its Tho National ways and means comHuunsim' went ovor to had sent money for her own Miss Peahl that she car and gives in every sense an mittee gathored some interesting inGarrard yesterday to visit her cousins, taxes to a friend hero and would have ujKo-dntshow. There is not a dry formation from the Kentucky distillers, Misses Desoto and Jennie Uurnslde. sent It to him but who didn't know his act in it, but it is among other things that the producMKS. M. E. LOUD and little daughpoitoillcc address. The sing- tion has been decreased from 47,000,-00- 0 from beginning to ending. came tip yester, Bessie, of Loutsvlllo, gallons in lfc93 to 0,500,000 gallons Sl'ltlNCJLlKE weather with the mor ing in splendid, especially that of Prof. terday to visit Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Harcury In the 00s has prevailed for sever- Chas. A. Van, who has a lino tenor In 1S07, and that all of them who had ris. voice. Everything about the show is not already become bankrupt during Mil and Mils. J. S. Kehd, late of al days and It has put some people to and the citizens who attend- that period would become so unless thinking about planting potatoes and LuxiiiL'ton. have ronted rooms ovor ed Friday night were enthusiastic In there was some relief from the present ufHlirglns it McKlnney's store. Mr. H peas. Tho signal service says that tor ruin Thursday night it will be cold- their praises of the entire performance. high tax. will likely open a music storo hero. er Friday. E. E. Voot, rtdvanco ngcnuof-Fluid- s The Q. it C. will sell round-tritick RELIGIOUS READING. 9 100. Aunt Roa Buys, said to be 100 .t Hanson's Minstrels, was hero Wed ets at one fare to the International ConJ.C. Ellis, of Elkhart, Ind., broke vention of Foreign Missions at Clevenesday and loft decided evidence that years old, died in Louisville and her his leg whllo getting up from prayer. his show will bo ho 10 next Wednesday remains were interred in BulTalo CemEvangelist T. S. Tlnsley received 40 land, O., Fob. 23 to 27th. Tickets on Mils. C. P. Stl'CKEY, of Louisville, etery Tuesday. She formerly lived In Into tho ehurch at Olympla, In his sale Feb. 20, 21 and 22, good until March 2d, returning. Ask agents for Miss Carrie Stuckoy, of South Curoli this county and is the mother of Bony mooting just closed. full particulars. W. C. Rinearson, darkey, who Is close nn, and Miss Mary Alf Traylor, of Gil- Hays, a sevTho Baptist Seminary only lacks Gen. Pass. AgL, Cincinnati, O. of Miss Salllo to 70 years old. berts Creek, arc gnosis en of hnvinir enrolled 300 students. . Duddurar. The family of Mrs. Mary A. Huston Those will soon arrive, when the ban- ' THE warm woathor of yostorday dc-ir-u IJSONS IN to their thanks to their quet will be given. brought Mrs. M. J. Mlllor out to hhmu1 neighborsluturn friend? who wuru so The committee has decided to hold PHYSICAL CULTUaS AND and ELOCUTION. tho day with u noighbor, uftor hlboi- - kind and thoughtful during her illness the next Kentucky Conference of tho natinir blnco last fall. Tho winter can Flemings-burg- . by and to wish for thorn such kindly re- Mothodlst Church, South, at therefore be said to bo broken. It was hold there last IV years membrances when they are called on Nora Murphy Coodknight, Eld. and Mus. Joe Suvhkance loft to p.iss under the rod. ago. yontorday for Tullahoma, Tonn., whore protests Tho Christian Church Mr. Severance has rocolvod a call to a Higgius it MuKInuey have about against the change of the name of the At Mr K. L. IMitneliL'Hit's residence oppo- lte Dr. W. II. O'llaiiiiou's. prosperous church. His now wife timdu completed thoir spacious .Mrs. GcKidkiilglit hits studied tlio science State College to tho University of Kenmany friends here who are loath to see which has roc in enough tontore all the tucky, because It has a Kentucky Uni nnd been trained In tho Art of Vocal In tli bot schools of Oratoiy In her leave. goods In town. Ita Imitation brick versity at Lexington. ItcMon where the subject Is more thoroughMauy Alcoiin, of llimtonvillo, front of inotul makes the wholo thing Miss bettor taught than Rev. Enoch Rector, who died near ly studied and or In Europe America. will visit Dr. J. C. Bogle and family look like a brick extension of the store. Parkor&burg, W. Vu aged U3, had No matter what tho vocation In life evurv next week. Miss Paulino Hardin, of never missed preaching on Sunday in ono needs this tho most ImK)rtiuit as well GoodFrankfort, arrived last night to visit Jl'DUK SALTLEY Is still afler tho 00 vears. He .baptized 1,200 persons as tho most useful of all Art.. Mrs. truln-ltB- kulght gives special attention to tho Miss Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Harding. raiders in Mercer, but ho is married 050 couples and preached over if teachers, lawyers nnd preachers. Lessons from s a. m. till 4 i. m. on TuesHardin Is tho recently elected State li- the only man who Is. Public sontiineut 10,000 sermons. days Thursdaj and Saturdays. Tor furand is one of the most gifted seems to be too much with that class of brarian, There will bo three bishops olected ther Information cull on or address Mrs. O. of Kentucky's young women. Advofor them ever to be at the Methodist General Confcrenco during above sjiecltled hours at Mis. hor cate. brought to justice. Tho judge is right, ut Baltimore In May, and it is said mllo from At 'other times ntDanvillehomo ono pike, si) AMONG those who wont to Jttchmond though, when he says that now that that Missionary Secretary Rev. II. C. marri the cause has been removed, tho raid- Morrison stands an excellent chance of to attend the Severance-Heat- h age, In addition to tho attendants, were ers will gratify their lawluss spirit being elected, notour II. C, however. Opera House, Elder and Mrs. Joe Severance, Mr. and with other riotous acts. Crime of any At Cape May, a white pigeon Hew . OJf- Mrs. Will Severance, Mrs. J. II. kind that is )ermilted to go unpunish- Into the sick room of James Rogers Mrs. T. F. Spink, Mrs. Annlo ed, usually grows and increases. just before his death a few duys ago. Wodnosday Lasley, Misses Mary Elkln, Lai Pick, He was un aged member of tho MethoEvening, Invention. B. F. Rout has been dist church, and this Incident hus causettand Virginia Warren and Mr. T. J. exercising his inventive genius again. ed a revival of great spiritual forvor Daly onu l'erfurmatire The Forever Faiorlti Foster und II. Kownu Saulley. He showed us the model of a drop reel among those who believe In portents. LOCAL MATTERS. for electric lights, which seems to till A young man at Knob Noster, Mo., the bill of a long felt want. It is a very gave a hop and sent Invitations to the & Danville prohibits bicyclists from inexpensive and simple arrangement, in town. Two of aldo walks and forces them using tho vurlous preachers which can be made an ornament while to carry bolls and lumps. them uttended und when tho revelry doing an excellent work. Ho has been was at Its height they read a chapter Roiieut Fen.el has opened a jew- studying on it for two years and had in tho Blblo and had prayer. Tho The 97 Accepted High Grade Wheel of Mcrrlmerit. eler shop In tho room In tho Commer- made other models before he got ev dance was broken up long before tho erything to his idea. A description of program was completed. cial Hotel on Depot street. The Showlof The Period. It has been sent to Munn it Co., tho Mu. Editor: Allow us through your Kerrealdng Miustrnlsy Swept ty (kean Don't. Don't forget that my shop patent attornoys, at Washington, and feezes of will bo closed Sunday. Get your shave if it Is not an Infringement, it will be paper to extend our sincere thanks to tienutne wit. and hair cut Saturday. Ed Wilkinson. put on tho market by a firm of which tho kind friends who have been so Members." thoughtful and havo done so much for The fattest tramp that over asked Mr. Rout will bo tho head. since our arrival In Stanourcomfort ulms In Stanford was hoi o Tuesday. Ho FIELDS it HANSON have a brand now ford. We highly apprccluto these faacwas only about f feet tall, but by 'curtain ral&or." tho newest thing in vors and pray that God through us may Grand Concert Band tual weight tipped tho beam at 275. Superb Symphony mliihtrolsy,that 1& called, "An Evening give a blessing In return. May those t t r filled our pantry abundantly Orchestra. with tho Elks,'1 and serves to introduce John Cook, of Cook's Springs, was the entire organisation in a scries of whoso with good things for tho physical man of running his acquitted of tho ohargo tho new curtain raiser; An Kieti A resong and story of recent issue. with tho Spirit of God and bo In with the KRs." horse through Rowland. Will Bureh cently added numbor, "The Golden be filled by II I in forever. S M. Rantho timely hit "The Dur.co of Daw- nourished was his attorney nnd It Is said that his win C'ity'u 100 Shower," Is a posltlvo novelty, and is kin. tho matfiiirirent dancing 1'lcture: "In "miibtorly" speech did tho work. i ho Tenderloin." Klon-dykdescribed as u romance of the tholmiKwingipcitucIu. "Tho (lold- atEnldo, Boyle cour. Tho n ('ilinvAr " terminating with "The Dance of It' you don't want to bo embarrassed county, win uo Tho uauiine Driu ninpiay "Tho (irami Old ' and Mariraret, Owen l.iurd..' FleliU A. llansnii'a iick- nt "Tlio Host r by having your account placed in tho Dawson City's 400." Tho program is tv ,.,1, Inst. lu tho World." and pay rcplutc with other novelties, music, dibcontlnued after the hand of an llleor you had bettor William L. Uelm, df Taylor county, otllco Mon- jugglery and dancing and Is bright and your Indebtedness at this Miss Ida Galohart, of Casey coun- DO NOT MISS ll'Tftf.iKS.Rf; hand concert at 7 i i. day. This means you II you aro bohlnd exhlllaratlng throughout. Tho Houso and eloped to JelTcraonvlllo and were RESERVED 8EAT8 now on sale at MellolKTln' cither for subscription, advertising or, is going to bo crowded noxt Wednes- ty, I Drug Store at 75c General adnt Kion, 50c. married. day night, so secure a ticket at once. job work. 1 m Ni-gr- o Silk baby ribbon Mcn'H Linen Cufla Whistler and Rattle Box Carpet Tacks 2 Lead Pencils for 2 Pencil Sharpeners for 2 Pen Holders Good Pencil Tablet 2") Envelopes Memorandum Book Bubbcr orasers Quill Tooth Picks 10 for Cotton Torchon Lace 2 Aluminum Hair Pins for Card Collar Buttons 2 Key Kings for Paper Sharp's Needles Cake Toilet Soap Box Blacking Thimble Chrochet Needle Hooks and Eyes doz. Agnte Buttons.....'. 1c rr. Cotton Shoe Strings , 1 12c 32Unir Pins lc Coat and Hat hooks lc Pr. Heel Plates lc 5 B;3t Hook3 lc Paper Pins lc Thread (good as O. N. T.) lc Kid Curlers lc Compasses lc Good Work Shoes lc Nice Dresi Shoes lc Celuloid Co.lars lc lc.", - lc lc lc 3c 3c ltf 0 IR lc 1.00 1.00 lo 05c 25c lc fl Alarm Clocks lc Laundered Percale Shirts .'. 2c 3c Handkerchief 4c lc Men's Good 8ocks .' 4c lc Ladies' Good Hose 4''c lc Good Overalls 15c lc 25c Bed Flannel lc Look at our Black Dress Goods, Table lc Linens with Napkins to match, Swisses, lc Jackoneta, Dimities, Hamburgs and Laces. lc Respectfu ly submitted to the Cash trade. 0 m y. I February Shoe ll l. say-lo- Bargains. 1 Odds and Ends in o laugh-provokin- g first-clas- s p i Children's 1 At 50 and 75c. : Shoes, & Former Price 75c to 1.25. well-to-d- o I SEVERANCE SONS. i n mmmmMwmm'WMmmmmi WE IIActDLE ONLY wuro-houa- o, HUD-MAD- E olsu-whe- ro ir toll-gat- e Made at our store by Jno. A, Rendren. Call and leave your order. law-breake- rs Itlilne-hoart- s. B. K. WEAREN & SOV. CLEANING UP! Washington's birthday will probably remind you that Winter is drawing lo a closo, and housecleaning time is close at hand. Come in and look at our new bpiing stock of OhincEo and .Inpanoso mattings, in artistic coloring and designs, and our handsome stock o5 enrpels and rugs. They are bo reasonable in price thero is no use of putting down that worn out carpet again. couit-house- i l Walton's Mc-Allst- FEB. IS. Fields Hanson's W. W. WITHERS, 1 1 TCINSTELS. lm Stanford. - Kentucky. Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit at Hustonville. Ky. - 1 1 11 38 "Mot 38 .One more lot of. and Handsome OilPaintings To Im given away with each 25c oith of SEE e, post-olllc- B. T. Wo will give you Babbit's Best Soap. a hundsomo picture worth 75c. Huhhltt'd Soip sella six enkos and Is the lc!t soup mude. fin Mo - , HIGGINS St flTKINNEY. ;st ' - Ae: . THE 1NTER10RJ0URNAL IK Ii a PKH yk.a.11. IX - When not so paid ADV'CK will e charged. 2J2.EO Backache, llright's tho tism, Neuralgia, Disease, RheumaMadder Trouble, west, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Dropsy, Diabetes, Nervousness, Blood Is there upon tho globe one spot by printDisorders, etc. ers blest Trains lea re Stanford nt 7.10 a. m. and t p All these diseases can be The Hashing clouds outspoke, with an Inreturning at 4: 23 p. m and 9 05 p. m dignant glow, KNOXVILLE DIVISION. A voice that tilled tho earth with awo In thunders answered no. p in ..12 3. No. 24 Train going North .......... 3 13 a tu " " No. 26 Tell mo hard hearted man, "The action of Dr. Hobbs Sparak'UH Kidney ..12 10 a in .. bouth No. 25 " duv by day, Pills lu my cane was almost miraculou. A ear .. 1 27 p m " 23 " No. constable, with an ax handle. Is there no honor In thy breast, the printer s aco I came here from l'aitucali to die at my For alllPolnts. daughter's home. passed nearly a car of bill to pay? Mrs. J. A. Ingram shot a deaf rail Hope. M) Iocs Unanswerlng turns ho round, how plain his suffering without around the cahes. measured nO'IQH TICKETS bOLD. Mj urine twenty-siInches full of bird shot when ho nnmed Goodln actions show, ImUAGUAOD CHECKED THROUGH. contained 40 per cent, albumen with d sound Is heard, his purities. The first box of the pills other removed of kept knocking at her door In Whltlev An uttered, For any Information enquire nearly all tho swelling. Now, after taklutr four actions answered no. county, after she had asked him scvet boxes, I can walk a mile without slopping and JOE S. MCE, Agent, who bless life's my general health Is better than it has been for Stanford, Ky. al times what he wanted and received Tell me yo gontlo nymphs, slxj ears." John P. Zklnhh. Crab Orchard, Ky. hours through, a Sheriff uo response. at l'aducau, Is there one acrd shrine where printers (Mr. Zelner when CommissionerservedMcCracken AND CINCINNATI. of FRANKFORT and County get their duo? Thieves broke into the store of M. T. Co., Ky. diffused, did VIA GEOltUhTOWN. Crawford at South Somerset and stole A mantling blush, her cheeks p. M. teufuld grace Imp irt. A. M A. M. .M. goods to tho value of 8150. Blood hounds A soft responsive sigh replied, 'tis found lu Arl2 55 200 LTe, Somerset, 35 11 SI 8M were put on trail of the parties, but ' Jet. City, woman's heart. 315 630 4 50 "5 1155 Arr Georgetown, LT 69S5 300 returned unable to locato them. The Tell mo angelic hosts, je messengers of love. " 30 Frankiort, 20 o Shall sufferlug printers here below have no 6 30 thtoves affected an entrance by breakKidney 8 40 Arr Paris 5.10 redress above? Dally except faun Jay. ing out a window. Tho angel band replied, to us Is knowledge A. C. D.UERCAW.G.P. I'OH KALE AT ghen J. C. Cowan, of Danville, was tried Delinquents on the prluters's book can nevIn the city court Monday, for concealQUEEN & CRESCENT. er enter lleaten' ed weapons and lined 82o and 10 days follows" Trklns paM Junction City as 3 51 p in In jail. STASrOUD KV, . MT. VERNON. lie and I. C. James disputed No. 1 South .... 12 02 p in No. 2 North 12 02 a in ? 24 a ru M6 " No. 3 " struck ' over an account and the former 1131am 5 C. C. Davis attended the wedding at 6 00am 8 20 pin So. 9 " "10 " the latter several blows over the head, IZX9BrraBiWT4B7MTHT 2 do not stop 9 and 10 run no further Wlldio. No and Indicting painful wounds. with a pistol, than Junction City Messrs. Mattlngly were out this week Harrodsburg Sayings. e to see the poplar timber on tho The Advocate tells of tho death of land. Royal make the food pure, Dr. H. P. Bosley, aged 73. Ho was for The Baptist Ladles' Aid Society met wholesome end dellclou. In church and many years prominent A Book for Young and Old. George Gentry Wednesday. business circles In Dauvllle and was with Mrs.Pennington Is president. Mrs. Dr. one of the most substantial citizens of OUR KJWEICURE Judges Morrow and Sharp will be acthe community. Personally he was a companied by their wives during court. NERV0us RECORD man of the highest Integrity, pleasant We are pleased to be so honored. Esti 18 78 as a companion, kind and hospitable as BLOOD Mrs. Champ Mulllns, of Livingston, a friend and neighbor. He was a memSKIN IV 250,000 in town Monday. A number of ber of the Second Presbyterian church was moonshiners were before Judge White DISEASED! PRIVATE and his devotion to his faith was unMiss Carrie Lair was here bending. His eecond wife, who, is a this week. Ml DISEASES daughter of Col. J. S. Bosley, of this Tuesday. CURED Mrs. Riddle Is 111 with fever. Mr. L. county survives him. King Is hopeful of recovery since the recent surgical operation. Mrs. HarLAND AND STOCK. dy, of Alabama, Is the guest of Mrs. P. P. Nunnelley sold to W. A. Hall Arthur Scott. Mr. Scott Is convalesyou finned widely known. Work will bo resumed In the btraignt Creek coal mines, in Bell county, the trouble between union and miners havinp been settled. As the result of a quarrel, Alvln a religious exhorter at Camp Nelson, killed Fred Knight, a former non-unio- IEIa 3gftM nil. TO Ml THE HUNTER'S CONSOLATION. There are tnid to bo four cases of cltniuj-- winged winds, that round my pathway lay. small-po- x at Proctor, In Whitley coun- Is there no plnco on oarth whole prltitors A few energetic ladles mid gentlemen wanted to cauvuss. Aboo salary guaranty. get their pavr whispering breeze went by with accents teed. Call on orMnddres. Somerset, Ky Green McKlnley, who captured the Tho MM with woo, Oi It. OOOt'H. post-oflic- o at Vlnnlc, Pulaski county, is A voice borne on tho sorrowing air, in sau-neanswered no. said to be a relative of the president. Coal Company, of Laurel Tell mo jo flowing streams, that smoothly The Lily v gll'do along, county, was incorporated at Frankfort Is there one cherished place whore printers with a capital stock of $23,000. meet no wrong? Johu Pitman, of Pittsburjr, an aped The gentle brook replied, In murmurs soft filter the Uric Acid and poisons out of and low. and respected citron, Is dead. He And winding on Its verdunt way It meekly tho sy&tom through the urine If thoy in tho stage days and was kept tavern answered no. nro acting right. If not, tho results are d ss NEIGHBORING COUNTY NEWS $40 A Month Salary. TOUL-HOUS- E For SALE. Toll-House H. D. PHILLIPS. on sell privately the theOttenhelni Tike, uwr JohnT. tl I.ynn h. W Iitkiii, Lot contains half aero I will Gun a-n- STANKOISO, Iook 8m.i"tb.( KY. 2t President All kinds of rcptlrlrR done st roMual.le rate Upholsteilntf a sHHlliy. SiiuUclloa giursclwd. A Oct ott Word To You. Hlakc-moro-H YOUR KIDNEYS best barber In Crab Orchard. Bluo-CrassSood rShues and Haircuts at ltarber Shop He Is the slickest and l 00 ROBERT FISH, The crack Imrhor. Is now back at his old ready tu stand In Mrs. Egbert's More-roonhave and haircut. All give oti 11 1'rst-cla.......tl.,,. trrtrlr ulntlllll null fill llllll. Ill) N auro to plenso ou. Crab Orchard, ICy. fi m ss and Boar. t,t ss Tell me je murky clouds, now rising In seed and ripped blue-graloo bushels a e extra Poland China tniar for MllledgeUllc A. W CAUlT.NTr.lt. Dars Trouble in dc Lan'. All All All All All All All NOELcSSON, Dealers lu- - n Ov-erstre- wlth-holdln- g CURED 1 x those Oliver Plows. those Clover Seed. those eed Siwers. those Harness, those Steel Hanges. those good, cheap suites of vou people remember mo I) S. CAUl'KNTKU. lioi'Nn to sm.i.. Coal, Corn And Hay, Order Olllce and Peed r.xchange near Hall-roa- d Crossing. Depot st , Stanford. Ky. Coal Yard. Mill it latlj J H. Htpfjln Jan. 1 stand. Satisfaction Ouarantced l urulture, Hustomllle. ! ouh-cappe- KLONDYKG oK-iiln- Opportunity of Your Life Mill with KloMitor, Jluo Hcsldenco aud stock of wheat and Corn for wile Mill running A flMt-clas- .10 -Klght at home for the right man I'or ale Peed l'lantH la Stanford. Iv. mCo,il and for a otitic !!,n.?'! The llncst man eer offered M mhi Is wedded t run b A N. K. K. Co. and the old man can l''!?" ,ul,d nlouc Come and see and barret flouring terms. PARAGUS 01 At the olllce of NtM'l A Son. h" " ' uenr I)eiot. SUr" full time and deposing of entire out put at satisfactory prices. The plant should lw seeii tolw'npprvclatefl. Mil twjfcold at a Im renin. IH health force mo to null the milling business Terms easy. Call 011 or O C VANAUSDAI.K. TINNING I J. T. Penny's Drug Store, IIMll llWll IIMtl & PLUMBING, STANFORD, ICY., prepared to do all kinds of Plumbings Solo Jones, of . -- Hiiitotnlllo, ICy FIRE INSURHNCE a iP"1 proprietors :. Black Diamond UoofV.i.ulIII St Shop on iJ 20. residence H. naughniau & Co.' Mill and Tinning. now Ienn "l'l""" " J 1 Wy-cliff- WAGES OF SIH lM'T. In the Onthextbdavof ".:... .,.. "county 01 i,iiii.i... t...i.,r iviintufkt. near Dm-tnlH-r- Notice To Claimants. . - Insurance Caledonian Co., FHENIX Company OF BROOKLYN. : ! pjm mfifi POWDER rootR co., il Her-in- an iwstotllco and on the premise of lAtMwrvIt. I MA 0.1b Copper Still. worm, mm on mv - " ImA.J W Colder, general deputx colleclector. tor, turned oer to me by order of co him at by 1 Single llnrrvl Shot tJun Ows- an tlllclt.dlstjllerv on IbuTalo creek In v "1'""" ley county. Ultle, seled In htl.i at ill. Illicit dis .' tillery on Hover lorw, iitiriain.uu... laws O. K Insurance of Scotland. I KOUNDIJD 1HOO. SL Si Absolutely Pure royal BAxiNa new vomc A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. ritlllillnrw JlHG FJLMJN Y, OAco'oTer McRoberts' Drug Store In theROwsley XXR. W. B. J&ntfst. """ : .Office on Lancaster Stanford, at. street razju : Ky. Residence. j.cMccwy noon. John E. Madden's horses earned for D. N. Prewltt bought a lot of hogs him the neat aggregate of 863,373 in here this week at 3c. Bill Doolln, of 1&)7. Hamburg, of course, was the Pulaski. Is ud with a bunch of moun performer, with total winnings of tain cattle. G. A. Swlnebroad sold to star $13,335. Clayt Arnold some small steers at 4c. There were 1,200 cattle oh the RichTilford Alexander has trono to Som mond inarket Monday, which sold from erset to run a feed store store. R. L. 3 to 51c. Carithers & Beard bought a Sham, of Teunessee, delivered G. A. car load of mules at 830 to 8107.50. Swlnebroad a load of cattle WednesHorses sold at 82.50 to 875. day. T. C. Rankin has gone to Wayne stallion county to visit his father. Wilkes Boy, an by George Wilkes, was bought by R. VanWlnklo & Price, of Danville, C. Estill at a Lexington horse sale for tell us they will soon have a telephone o 83,600. Klneora, bay mare by line from this place to Danville. Prof. brought $2,300. Patchen, Hughes, of Wllraorn College, was here Jay Bird, sire of Allerton, 2:01), and Sunday In the interest of his school, And Dealer in about GO others In the 2:30 list, was and wrenched two good sermons, In SlC. hnutrht bv W. A. Bacon, of Paris, at which he urged that religion was not HAUITSSS, SADDLERY, auction at Lexington for 82,G00. ne Is of the heart only but of the head also. STANFORD. KY. 20 years old. Leraonee, 2:18, brought 81,000. LAUNCHING THE BATTLESHIP. .AAAAAA Tho farmers are plowing, preparing for bountiful harvests. Rockcastle has ' ed May 1. much good farming land If tho owners n trader and livery- would take advantage of It. They could The man, Capt. Dan Turley, of Paris, was make a change In the outlook here. stricken with paralysis. Teach the boya to work and to avoid O. P. Huffman bought of J. B. Foster the bottle and the jug instead seeking a 1.200 nound steer at 3ic. and sold to ,them as the chief, source of happiness. George Wood a dry cow for 820. The Paris News reports sales of 40 HUBBLE. feeders at $37.15, 31 of 555 R. L. Hubble has gone to Way no to pounds at $20 and 10 yearling mules at buy cattle. 830,13. Finley Purdom killed a viper sorro The Diamond Orchard Co., recently Va., has 450 acres days ago. Winter is over. chartered at Salem. Eld. George Gowen will preach tt of land near that city on which will be afterplanted 43,000 trees, apples and peach- - the Christian church Sunday well-know- yearling steers at 824. " The total cotton crop of bales. amounted to 8S,o32,7(to S. E. Larable, of Deer Lodge, Mont., sold a bunch of 2,000 sheep at S3. Yeager & Yeager sold to Dr. Klncald a pair of mules for 81G0. Advocate. At Fort Worth, Texas, 3,000 range cattle were sold at 823.50 to be deliver 10 JS00-1S9- cent. Wo recently enjoyed the hospitality f !. lirtw. tt Hp nnrl Mrs Lovell, who entertained in honor A. G. of Rev. I. M. Bos well and other friends. This Is ono of the most pleasant homes In town. VniIMP MAM asninit nature TUUnil mAn when iguorant of the terrible erirao yon wero committing. Did you onlr consider thn fneinstine allurements of this etll hen too Uto to avoid tho ter-hublt T rlblo results, wero your ejes oicned to your perlli uiu you inter on in dlcaoT Wero you cured? Doyounow and then eo some alarming pymptomi? t con. Dare you marry in your dltinnT You know." UK K FATHKlt. LIKK HON'." If married, arc, you con- tantlr liungin d rem IT is marriage a failure with you on account of any weak- nr ciumsI lir carlr almro or later ex cefjes? Hate you Iteen druggod with mercury? ThU booklet will point out to ' you tho result of theo crimes and inilnt nut hoirour N:V METHOD TREAT MENT will positively core you. It shows how thoimands have been saVci by our NEW TI.KATMr.NT. It proves now wo ean iiUAHAiViKK to timr. ANY. Ct'UAIiLK CAhE OK NO PAY, We trent and eure KMISSIOX3. VAItmOCKLB, SYPHILIS OLEKT. CURED 250,000 Hao Internal revenue Notice Is hereby given to miv pirty. or t to M owning or cralmlng notice of said claim with the tile thidr daji. from bond with me within .ra, t,ls date, or same will J M CAKT Ml. according to law Deputy Collector thiol. Out. Morelaiid.lv) 1J Jan.23. lsps R.B.MAHONY.Agt., hT.NIOUP. KY. nllforlolatlonof mr-tie- s, -- ro-r- J. T. mi SUTTOWr, l -- TJndortalcor, Kull stotk of Hustonvillo, an J Offers hU .Kontucky ""fin J AC.SINE. Ueler In etsalwaTion I). S. C.y eountlr. hand Can,n,'r. serrlcrt the J)'U ff West Msnajer. T. L. SHELTON, UOWI..VNI). KY., LUMBBR9 AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. Has Gone Back into the Coal Businufcfj, ask tho patronage of tho public. StaiiforU friends who want Coal can leave order with l" J. I. Hlggtns. which will receive P T I.. SHr.LTO.. tentton Jolll-cAnd will keep constantly on hand tno Kails llraiich and oilier Inrst Coals aud o. ( g 700-pou- HIUICTI'KK. . IMPOTKNCY. LOUISVILLE' HOTEL Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. JjK- - CHAHUES. KIDNEY ami ULADUKll diseases. Loulvlll. Ky., AMERICANA EUROPEAN in The Ladie? lhwUiirant Is the tlnest the city. Every convenience for ladles (spending the day in the city. Cafe on otllcu tloor. Gcntlent-n- Iocnstcr, t Kentucky. CURES GUARANTEED mclofln tl 1 1 Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Portora table. Everything S9 trulna miai first-cUe- a. TIIKATMENT. "Tho Wages of Sin" sent free by, ostainn. CONSl'LTATION ..1.1a t wallii sjkt (il nsTIOS IILAN'IC or HOME F . 1 Kennedy TTma. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., Kergan THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Music - ctii 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. : i: :i : :.' j2 Manager. Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday l'vening. PUBLIC SALE! Of Thoroughbred Is Receiving Ills Fall And Farmers Bank&Trast Co Goods. OK STASFOIID, KY. Winter Stock. I will from Stanford to Crab Orchard. 3 miles trout Crab Orchard and T from Stanford, on Pild up Capital, at my farm on tho pike leading Surplus, . . m $200,000 OC 17,603 80 1.- UNDERTAKER! ...... Main-brin- Tuesday, Feb. 15th, 1898. Sell to the highest bidder tho following property , commencing at 10 o clock. Jack, beautiful Clinton. Jr . a black, 15!i hands long and rangr, line style nnd action; hat proven u good breeder. He Whitley bought of White-hous- e tit 4f 4f mtlt w wtfewtlftK I For the lauuching of the battleship & Bottom 07 long yearlings, Va., the at tUif 4f 4t ' about 700 pounds average, at 4.23 to "Kentucky" andNewport News, will make Ohio Railway Chesnpeaue ; i 4.30. R. G. Evans sold the pacer, j the following round trip rates from points Wandering Jim, by Don Pizarro, to 4"444r, ::tw f 12; William McFarland, Boston, for $323. r,From Lexington, PiiriH. Winchester, $12; 12: Frankfort. 4 'litJiitiii :tt?rtTjfjtiffiftjfjf; m Vtftlf . th Farris & ! :: nuuftf igmjuini Advocate. aTtWSTs rates from all oiuer central rvuiuucisy points . Reduced rates have been made at tho h Jllltllllflllllllllllllllllllllllb sv. Hotels at Newport News aud at Old Point Comiorl, which ison'y a few mi es distant , sTlTTTJTTT and connected by Electric Car Service. No other trip ever offered as many sou' btirrtmc events ns does this ono. People Kentucky have tho rare opfrom tJlfTl'MifTr portunity of witnessing combined Army and Navy life at the most historic spot in the United States. Think of it? The landing place of the Jamestown settlers, the Pocohontas and tssistitTJT- Capt. John Smith Incident, Cornwallls W", from 830 to $115. Climax. Buriendering his liritish forces, the hatt e A purchasing agent of Belgian caval- of the Monitor nnd Merrimac, and last, ry, A. Frletag by name, is at present but in the same class, tho launching of VlASL our Navy, in Kentucky selecting saddle horses the most powei fill battleship of -- Think and it will bo called 'Kentucky" s . , ior export cavairy purposes, tio is l il ' companled by M. Vail Schelle, Inspec- As soon ns the date of launching Is set t sin. . !4rttTif tlfi rr he given wide publicity in t)r oi the uoyai ueigian stuu, wno nas tied on, it willThrough sleepers will run Q. I. A.. mMmmAmmMmMZ LhlcaxO. Ssla .11,.. ....., mj l I..I..11.. uiojiutVJJVU . .Ul., .... the papers " ut:uu oi"'""'! E uiu tuuir E.H.11ACOV For detail information uVrHie. z try to make an Investigation of tho re- - from Lexington. any agent, or George W. tTlttltttti write or cal on ,, nwkva ja bMw wwJ4 vs wuw - - vr wb.M Barney, D P A., Lexington, Ky. h i ivi tstt vi i oaAmo',lca"lnaru8 : ,a'UIHoD9 : A substitute for honey has been InJ fj ! The production of whisky In Ken- troduced lu Germany under tho name ' tucky haS decreased vom 47,000,000 of sugar-honeand consists of sugar, s' In 1803 to 0,500,000 gallons In water, minute amounts of mineral sub-- b trallona nnces and free acid. A A A. A. X. A: A. A'A! 1SU7. :;k A A esUftflf iflf lf r?4f !?! . A v IVIX ::tjftjfttft fNaV AV (Jff lii1 i Liggett Myers, of St. Louisa, are said to have purchased 10,000,000 pounds of hurley tobacco this season and to be still looking for more. The result of these purchases will doubtless to two be an advance of from one-hacents a pound. There is a better outlook for mules in this section, prices are better than for some time. J. B. Norrls, of Maroa, Illinois, Is here buying a lot of good ones for the Illinois market. He has pjrehaseda number at prices ranglug & lf fi' Stanford, tl3.25, and correspondingly low jio'ts. THplimnnil. 'S12.25: Lancaster. cintiinn .!! In-lan- d was sired by Clinton, he by Heecher, he by Prince 2nd, ho by I'rluco 1st, Imported b Adams A Alford. Dam, fine jennet owned by Allen & Ilenty, of Clinton Co. Prince, beautiful bluck Jack. 4 3 ears old, 14 bauds, line style mid action. Sired by Joo Hlnckbiirn Jr, ho bv Joe Ilhickburn, lie bv Prince Jrd, ho by I'rluco 2d, ho b Prince lut. Imported by Adiuns A. Alford. Tom, fine black J.icU. :i cnrs old. 15 hand and of HiiOHtvle and nctlon. Sired by Joo Hlackburn. S.'o his pedigree uhntu. The dam of tho aboe three picks Is n bl'k jennet, 15 hands ml si lino Individual, owned by i. 1. burner. Crnb Orchard Howling Gricii, Jr.. beautiful bluck lack, 4 jenm. hands und line Colt of M- - S. Ruughman's Imp. Howling Green. Thrt'o Jenuuts with colts, all well bredand In fine trim. Lot of O. I. C. Hogs, males und females, unci many oilier tilings. Teums. Sums 520 and under cash; oyer 11 credit of 12 months, with good negotiable noto Insuring 0 jwr cent. Interest. Terms must bo compiled with bcfine property Is .mus. ;n. a iJAiiai-.uremoved. J. P. Chandler, Auc'r. Crab Orchard. Ky, 11 1 . SfelS JX"":" e iheVxlVn o t sss&!,a - t. .. .Idtu-ttllo- r ir) Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. JOIIK II. CAlTLKtiAK. . O. LANltAM. 1 amount of ihelr stik therein at - to do so. anu we ouer b with sounJ hauklni;. " - INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. nmaCTOKS. J. J. WlUlains. Ml. Vernon; I'rcachersTllle; W. II. Cuuiiulnt, i" II. J.S Owsley, Sr.. W'nki. William J- ;.C?.Lr' Kiubrr, S J. . ter A. J. K. Lynn, J. N. Menefce. orriCKRs. S. II. Shanks. President j Oo-K- BORBEB S C3STLEMM, MANAULIIS, J.U.Ow.1., 'Jllnrlght Teller Commerce Building, Louisville Agents Throughout tho outh. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOUD, KY. W. A.. TRIBBLan, Iual Agent, 37H Capital Stock $100,000. this U Surplus, 515.750 ; Stanford, - Kentucky. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE O""" i m IA A; -iv v isi 'w w w sv w si m Ms iv I 1 123332 Anyone sending a sketch and description an opinion i,w w nnlcklr ascertain oar DA vwuumvti " "r CoramunlCA inrnniiun iiauaDOOioaruu tinni itrlctlr jconfidential n aoAnHnif rmt nl . j i A., KflSS taSSV tbruih Alunn'U:VccefTO tpccialnotUt, without charge. In tho. no-Ix- Trade Marks nrniCNS Copyriohts Jtc. may J r ... ;..": der tbe l.rpTUlons ot the. h thecaplul stock, depositors aVesccurtd uotonly amount siockholders' llablftty lor an Instltu-uluirLn.iTJ the deiHwliorsof this so the f"n.l Fixe sworn mired by a 1 the bank aiiuadi a cm Mol the condition 01 OoTerniucnt and lu States Tear to tho Unitedslated times by goTcrument Tho Florida & New Orleans limited IsMls examined al additional and perlect salet. trnlnaof & anls! thus run through to Jacksonville and toTlifflnrtlSnlon orlslnally established a. the Do. rcowan zed a New Orleans in LM hours from Ciuciuiia-t- i. noalt Bankol Stanford In lsS, then I o3 anil again theNalloiialHaVik ofSlantord In anford Theso fnst trains nro of the finebt type, Mmnbed the First National Hank of S had practically an uninterrupted supplied now wlu luxuriously fitted, und running on n perIt is better promptlr and n ?aemUes for transacUntr business fect road-beand honorable beforeln Winter Tourist Low round-tri- p tickots AcSSJw ol rindlTldual.rfiduclarles1Uru.s on sale throughout tho North. and lndlrlduals solicited. Is "" SnlyNatlonalllaukcalled to the fact that In Stanford. Un. Hank Acl 24 HOURS Route thcQuoen Croscont u lib-i,.- VX -- F. Held, Lincoln Co.; DIKKCTOIS. J. W. Hayden, Stanford tttTTlb?tTtHttJf W W wV JLmJLLjulmLLmLJLa iiiiii 4"iii asjistWHsssit Scientific. Jimerkaii. A J. S. W. P. Walton, HocWcr, " " handsotnelr lllustratefl weeklr. rareest clr y, J H.Colller.CrabOrch'd Stanford. M, I). Elmore, HI II, W. A. 1 rihble, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. T. r. An elegant service of Cafo, Parlor, and Observniion Curs on these trains. Double daily train service A A WWW VV.VWTWWWWW MUNN araach OflloeraM York ta.MMBBW V. F St., Washington, C- r llneker. President: J. J. Mcltoberts Caihls . A..A. McKlnny,AlUutCasUU-r- orricaas. Write for inclination to W. C. Ttinearson, Gcn'l Pass'r Ag't. Cincinnati, O. bend 10 cents for tine Art colored Litho- giaph of Lookout Mountain and Chlcka- s wauga. .a. .h, saji, HX-i- f it m . 1 :MJtsV( . ml?l