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WALTER FORRESTER'S LETTFR. FKANKKPKT, Feb. 12' There aro n Mukimiy, KY. It is posslblo that a Mi;. T. J. Hatcher is somewhat ImTho good women of London dro solicproved in health, but Is yot unable to iting funds for the starving Cubans. great many roadors of the Intkkiok nutnborof measures before the work nt his trade. are not aware that such a lature that aro worth killing. For Tho postotllce at Enldo, Doyle counTo the Mill of as Murphy exists in the old Com- - stance there i9 the doctor's trust bill j W. S. ami II. Bonzloy old to Simon ty, has been discontinued and mail will Is Intended to perpetuate the monweulth of Kentucky, but such how- - which Wolhl. of Lexington, SO hogs, weigh- horoaftor be sent to I'orryvllle. Twenty-thre- e ing 211 pounds, at Wo. paupers have been ad- ever Is a fact. This ollico derived Its monopoly of a lot of men who claim the Mr. T. H. Robinson ami Mrs. George mitted to Mndl&on county's poor house uainu from Ed Murphy, the genial pro- - exclusive privilege of charging big fees T. Fan-i- spent last week in Frankfort, since Jan. 1st, and the institution Is prletor of most of the real estate on for killing ppor, sick people with their Stanford, Ky., Manufacturers of and Dealers in either side of the Kentucky River. villainous physic. And further they ho to mix with the solons and she to now taxed to Us utmost capacity eeo her husband, Senator Farria. l'ostotllces have becn.establlshed at which is tho dividing line between An- demand that "Medical Ethics" be upl Farmers say that the wheat crop is Hunble, Knox county, and Ilurdlne, derson and Woodford counties. Hero held ! That means, that when one projeekln with his plzens bo n Lolcher county, with I). C. Houn and on tho bunks of the old Kentucky stands in good condition and proinlsos to and kills a patient, nil the other doc to destroy Shipttuff, Corn Chop, liny, Seed Oats, Coa , Sc. where large one If nothing happens Combs, Kstmasici'tt, respectively. th6 distillery nnd It, as the acreage la fully up to the av- There has been one death from Ed Murphy & Co's Old Belle of Ander- tors mut swear that death was due to ornge. siimll-oat Middlcsboro, and there 20 son county whisky Is made. It has the ''heart failure" and save the profesMr. J. W. Miller is bottling his lino cases under guard, Olllclals will n name of being the best brand of Bour- sional brother whose blunder caused Any day. Where? At your home In biscuits made of our (lour. So bring us your old whisky at the Pilgrimage Distillery a houaO'to-housfor vaccina- bon whisky In Anderson county, and tlie sad occurrence. tour irel 35 Of course as long as Dr. McCormlck wheat nnd Hour pounds of our "Alpine Snow'' Flour nnd 10 pounds of Bran, or 37 will bo greatly In demand when tion. and it that Is equivalent to saying the best on pounds of for every bushel of wheat You cannot make a mistake by trying thrown on the market, as many can buy Eleven "blind tiger" operators were earth. Back a few hundred yards from Is the main guy of the medical trust, It this Hour as we will guarantee every pound of it Take it and try it and if you are it In that shape, who could not pur jerked up and fined from $10 to $10 In the river.on an elevation some 75 feet Is useless to look for relief because half not satisfied bring the Hour back nnd we will give you your whe t back. Is not this chase It In the original package. one day at Somerset, and it wasn't a higher than the distillery is a very lino the Legislators would rather bo killed fair enough? Also, wo make the best granulated corn meal tobe had and take for grinding and will give the same guarantee we give on our Hour, r announced his good day for the business either, the spring, tho water of which is led into a in his inimitable way than be cured by J. Mort Ilothwell has one of those rubber necks or whatever democratic nomina- Reporter says. candldaoy for the reservoir. Under ground pipes from tion for Congress in this district. Ho Ensign J. It. Breckinridge, of tho this furnishes a splendid system ol wa- they call the now fellows who depend Is wol) and favorably known, hnvlng United Stated vessel Cushlng, was ter works all over the place and near on pinching and punching and rubbing and on washed overboard and drowned. Ho this spring stands an ancient, hewn log a sick man until they get all his vital been elector for tho 8th in the Kentucky delegation to Chicago in was a nephew of Judge It. J. Breckin- house, tho walls of which uro still In a organs so ngitated that he is bound to We will take all kind" of fnrm products in exchange for coal, and since the winte lias been so mild ne have contracted for more coal than we should liave and now 1800. ridge, of Danvlllo. good state of preservation, almost a get well or die at once. We make a market for your wheal, hay sell Of Gen. D. R. Collier has returned from there Is a proposition to still mustcorn, it Regardless it for Cost. wo must dispose of our coal in this marIhen Tho wife of Itov. John I. Rogers and hundred years ufter the echo of Daniel coal and and Ac, by exchanging Washington and is taking his defeat mother of Superintendent Augustus Boone's rille ha-- ceased to roverberute further foster tho Lexington graft by ket in return. You will always find our prices lowor than the lowest. Now is the for the survoyorship of tho Louisville Rogers, of the Deaf nnd Dumb Insti- among the Kentucky River hills. Ma-n- y which tho Bluegrnss Capital gets a time to haul coal and bring in" your farm products before you get busy with plowing. lort In n philosophical manner. He tute, died of heart disease at her home of the old e'lizens hero have no free high school at the expense of the Give us n trial. says that lie is not disappointed as he In Bourbon county Saturday. doubt that tho hardy old hunter has tax puyerb of Kentucky. I refer to the H- KY. has not bollovod for several months Tho Law and Order Club in Laurel rested his weary limbs within Its walls Agricultural and Mechanical College that ho would be appointed. Ho mi Lexington which gets 8:55,000 a year is making things hot for violators of after a long day's tramp among the at that tho president was disused to the prohibition law. court hlljls. Over the door in full view of the from the State for furnishing a free him, but was unwilling to antag- alone has imposed lines in the last river aro the words painted in large College course to about 3Q0 Lexington ! onize Senator Deboo as the voto in tho month amounting to ovor $1,000. letters, "Our Old Kentucky Home, pupils. The other 200 pupils who is very close. Senate tho A. & M. College get their tuWaller Chenault, a prominent und 1707." A little daughter of Mr. S. I). Mor-rl- wealthy farmer of Montgomery county, Several boats ply tho river at this ition free and even their railroad fare Tor his wants and Informs his better half has been 111 for several days. Miss died lnt weok of typhoid fever. He point among which are the Falls paid by the State. It is a gouge and to buy his Sophronla Smith is much' bolter. MUs was about 10 years of age, a bachelor City, Mary Lacy, I. T. O'Connel and ought to be stopped. from Hosslo Hush has returned Now the A. & M. College entirely and a member of one of tho largest and Gon. O. M. Poo. Tho latter belongs to Mlsi.es i'earl Hurnslde, of your mo!t inlluoutinl families in that sec- Uncle Sam and Is a. very pretty boat. forgetting Its primary object, which is city, Georgia McMlllon and Minnie tion. It Is u pleasure to nee them pais as It shown in its very name, Is trying to Crutchor, of Hlchmond, and Mary T. T. Bryant wrote his name on an breaks the monotony and lends quite a get that name changed to the "State Dunn, of Danvlllo, will take part in ogg that wan sold In a lot to one of our business air to this otherwise 'lonelj, University." This high sounding From u. Merchant Tailors. Fancy Socks . tho Old Maid's Convention merchants. Bo received n lettor last Isolated place Anderson Is a great to- name is evidently intended to aid tho Stacy Adams' Fine Shoes. All has gone week from a man In Dayton. O., asking bacco producing county Monday. Mr. II. C. Hamilton good things come and the farm- vaulting ambition of its president to from a a correspondence, being undor the to Wilmoro to attempt to have the Legislature support its ers aro exulting over tho prices the of the Maccabees. John K. Green-loaTent crush out other and legitimate that B. was a girl, on account weed now boars. Most of the tobacco of Hlchmond, was here Sunday. of the feminine appearance of the writ- - lias been marketed. Cattle ure in good institutions of learning that are not supH. A. H. Marksbury went to George- lug on tho hen fruit. Mt. Vornon Sig- demand at a fair price, but uro very ported by taxes. Some of these InstiANVIULE, KY. Monday. Huv. Henry N. nal. town scarce. A prominent farmer told me tutions are the Presbyterian College at The election of olllcors by tho class that some parties were olTering him Danville, "Old Centre," tho Central Fauloonor will continue tho meetings chuivh during thli of 'lS of Central University resulted as fancy prices for a bunch of good short- University of Richmond, the Baptist at the i'rosbytorlan iy follows: President, John N. Turner, horn week. Much Interest Is iunnlfo.itod. steers and refused because he did College at Georgetown, the Methodist Mr. Honry I'ntlorsou kllttxl the old of Campbollsvllle: Vice President, Mits not have any idea whore ho could buy College at Winchester, the famous his farm Mary Hood Little, of Richmond; Secreat a orow another bunch of younger ones. Wheat Christian church's "Kentucky Univera few nights ago. He was considerably tary, Miss Virginia Botts, of Rich- looks well considering the dry fall for sity" at Lexington, besides tho various V frightened when lie heard tho boll mond; Treasurer, L. J. MolTctt, of I, C.itholic schools. seeding. Farmers ure expecting a He could not The latter Is a son of Rev. A. Instead of spending any more money ringing ns tho bird fell. of last fall's prices and aro in My stock oi'Liulies' Shoes yet comprises many fa boo it and ho Is not prepared for a mes- S. MolTctt. good spii its generally. It would bo on the big Bluegrnss graft, It would b'e Albert Long, a young man aged 17, hard to It is supjwsed to be sage from alovo. of the Choicest Tilings of the Season, in estimate the largo whisky in- better for the Legislature to establish same buzzard that has been soon In living near Richmond, took his first terests In this county. But surtlce it to some Normal schools In Eastern and tho different places. The bell was attach- drink of whisky Christmas, and so good say that the government hu9 many mil- Western Kentucky where the people . ed with leather strings, is small and wa tho liquor that he got roaring lions of dollars in bonded spirits and have a few rights, though they seldom Salter, drunk. Sinco then, although no bears tho Inscription "Mike tho largo withdrawals of late aro Hew- get anything but the leavings of the have passed his lips, all ef- ing In lfcllS." Tho letters aro rather dim as tables. Choke off the job. to help till the depleted coders blueg-ras- s In all the popular lasts. But they must go be- tho boll has been dragged in mud. fort of his friends to sober him up has at our National Cupltol. In spite of Waltkk Forkester. inhere. He failed, and he has been pronounced cause Capu Salter Is the immense capital invested in differMATRIMONIAL. Is a Confederate Veteran and is now in sane from alcoholism, and ordered to ent enterprises, Lawrenceburg, the CI tho revenue service. He was about 15 the Lexington asylum. J oo Sheppard, a popular Somerset county's cupitol, is far behind our town Inscription was cut years old when the of Stunford. They have neither gas boy, was married in Tennessee to Miss MT. VERNON. on tho boll, as that was (10 years ugo or electric lights, water works nor ice Edith StetTen, of Cincinnati. That is in them and the room they occupy. PriA number of the young people have plant, and nnd ho Is now 75 years old. Tho student : At Council Bluffs, la., a woman was the belated stranger has occes reduced as follows: ill formed a "Good Time Club" und have to grope in darkness as of ornithology will learn from this best he can. fatally shot by her divorced husband m currence that a buzzard will live to tho a party every week. In fact our own county scat is far ahead who afterwards committed suicide. A very large crowd attended courton of ago of 150 years. It was killed within & GOOdS GO R I John Wilkinson, a bachelor of 09, most of Kentucky towns that wo CI miles of tho old Salter homestead. Monday. Judge Morrow is with us have hail the pleasure of visiting. and Miss Rosa Wheeler, 65, were maragain with a pleasnnt word for all. ried at Brunswick, Ga. They had been A. G. Faulknuu. All $2.75 and $2.50 goods can now be had for 2 :l Two deputies attempted to arrest a Tho young people will celebrate the sweethearts 40 years. i mother and two daughters by the name Nth with a delightful Valentino party and our $2 line drops to $1.50. These are not .j News comes from Richmond that I1USTONVILLE. Ksoiilnpla Springs. They at the elegant homo of Mr. and Mrs. of Crow, near 1(0 goods, but brand new and old style, shelf-wor-n C. W. Adams' is tho placo to buy gro- Gen. Casslus M. Clay will take the necresisted, and the result was that Wil- W. M. Poyntcr. essary steps to free himself from his ; . the best the land affords. liam Thnoker, one of tho deputies, was Cnpt. Evans acted as auctioneer nt ceries and drugs. Drugs, paints, oils, grocurles and child wife, Dora. He alleges that she In the head and badly out, and the the sale of goods which had belonged shot is insane. to Mr. Moore, of Orlando. There was drug sundries at C. W. Adams'. mother of tho two women wiii killed. Miss Mollie Vincent, of Gate City, Miss Mary Holmes Lusk's class In elrfrt Mrs. Kd Smith, of Sr Louie, gave iOma lively bidding. Va., reversed tho order of things. She Mr. and Mrs. King, of Boron, attend-o- ocution will give an entertainment the shot her sweetheart, Taylor Wyatt, to birth to a perfectly formed baby that weighed only throe ounces. It- heal tho bedside of C. L. King hist week. 22d. death in a fit of jealousy and then killHave your prescriptions lllled by a ed hersolf. than a big button. When Mr. and Mrs. Graves, of Livingston, was not larger practical druggist at Adams' Drug stretched out It measured sovon inches, visited him this wuolc. John Crawford, one of Brodhcad's Mrs. J. H. McKlnuoy, of tho Free- Store. lived tlvo days. it best young men, was married last week .1. W. Alien ("Jim Buck") is rejoicA woman In LouUvlllo is said to dom neighborhood, died very suddenly to Miss Fannie Brannamam, one of bull frog in her last week. Mr. and Mrs. MoKinnoy ing ovor ills lirat born. Its a boy and have a full grown Wlldio's most accomplished young lastomach, having it is supposed swal- wore prominent eltixons and she will tips tho bourn at eight pounds. Mother dles. Signal. mid baby both doing well and "Jim lowed It when It was a tadpole. Ills bo greatly missed. Prof. II. II. Brock, principal of CaldS$ croakings can be plainly hoard. Mrs. Georgia Rice and Mr. Maurice Buck" bettor. well nigh School, and Miss Maggie, The Christian Endeavor Society will Powers, teacher in The rlso in Standard Oil stock netted Brown vlsltod friends at Covo hist the same school, Hiiro tho most approved John D. Rooknfoller Wi,OtX),000. It Is weok. The pleasant home of MUs Sal-li- e give a coticortsome time in March for surprised their friends In Richmond by now biiid his income is $11,000 a day. Cook Is an attractive place for many tho benellt of the society. The best lo- quietly getting married. cal talent of tho town 'will take part, of our young people. James E. Kerr, of Los Angeles, Cal., Iardl Grns festivities of the iuo?l The W. C. T. U. is preparing for a which Insures. its success. a student nt Kentucky University, and character this year at New Matron's Contest. Several members of elaborate Mr. Thomas Dalton has purchased a Miss Carrie B. Woodard, only daugh Tho Royal tho Union will take part, among them Orleans and at Mobile. largo regulator which lie has placed in tor of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodard, Road is tho Queen & Crescent, vostl-bule- d being Mrs. W. T. Smith, Mrs. Ed one of the windows of Adams' Drug And Host Line of Perfumes. Soups and Toilet Articles on the Market. trains Cincinnati to New Orleans Woodall, Mrs. Dr. Ponnlngton and Mrs. Store for tho benefit of the public. Mr. eloped to JelTersouville. Mr. Charles Harris, 21, asked Miss through Excellent In 21 hours. Tom Cress. Dalton is tilling a long felt want In our Maggie, daughter of James Melvin, of Only lino running Cafe, Parlor Sinco tho return of Mr. Wm. McCla town. Chnppcll's Gup, to be his Valentine, and Observation cars. One fare round ry the band lias revived and familiar THE BLICKENSDERFER TYPE-WRITED. J. Newborn and Jerry Adams will ' un(i sh0 saj(j: for tho occasion, from all points on bound of the bugle call is heard every trip , leave in a few days to toll fruit trees In Yes, Charlie, I'll bo yours, tho Queen & Crescent. W. C. RIncar-son- Friday evening. Wo have some accom I am sick and tired of having beaux, Arkansas and other Southern States. How can it be done? Simplicity in G. P. A., Cincinnati. plished musicians in tho Mt. Vernon Misses Beulah und Grace VanArsdalo and so they were married Inst night. ,i construction and not belonging to tho Typewriter Trust result in an honest proPerhaps tho greatest waste of human Brass Band. are visiting relatives and friends at Ono wonders where the "ndvnnce Miss Beth Simpson, of Pino Hill, Harrodsburg. Miss Frances Adams is duct at an honest price The Ulickcns-derfe- r over recorded was caused by tho life agent" is all this tlmo, und where Mrt Is tho only high grade machine at was In town last week. Mrs. Hossnck .nrtln.r of acaiinl In China. The work visiting Miss Annlo Evans Bright nt Dlngloy, above all reisonablo cost. It is built on strictly men, is. Why and son, of Ohio, aro visiting Mrs. cawas begun in lS2o, and though the nubble. Miss Clara Armstrong, of doesn't Mr. Dingley run over from his scientific principles, and of only the best Mrs. Cuss, of Brodhcud, nnd most durable material. nal was 211 miles long, SO feet wldo and Shack Gentry. Honey Grove, Texas, Is here the guest ollico nnd fix things so tliat the owners is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Houk. Some distinctive features, visible work, 12 feet deep, nnd passed through forof tho family of John Dinwiddle, Sr. of the mills on tho next block may interchangeable type, portability, durabilmarshes, It was finished in six Judge J. W. Alcorn and Judge Stout W. U. Williams has secured a position ests and ity, do'ug away with ribbon nuisance, uu No fewer aro attending court. Elder Carmichul as traveling salesman for a St. Louis havo a decent dividend on their Investweeks from Its beginning. varying alignment, uuoxcciled manifold ments and that employes may earn a preached at tho Baptist church Sunday ing 84 separate cl.racters. etc., etc. than 20,000 men worked at It day and machine house. J. 1J. Cook is now u living wage? Now Orleans to largo audiences. Mrs. Mattio Kirby The B ickensderfer is the only typenight, and 7,000 died of fatiguo. Hedged grocery drummer. F. B. full returned to Stanford after a successful ,Twldwcll returned from Louisvillo Satwriter leceiving highest award at World's Fair. Improved since. A Missouri editor says he stepped term with her class in elocution nnd Mi3d Blanche Lllleston, of II. W. Shote and wife, of Ashland, Send for catalogue and, testimonials. store of a business man who physical culture. Judgo McClure is urday. Into tho I'aris, arrived last Friday to tako obtained u verdict at Mt. Sterling , did nob advertise and was surprised to able to be out again. MOORE BROS., GEN'LAGTS. eharge of tho music department of Con- - against Dr. R. 0- - Drako for $U23 of tho llnd him busy. The storekeeper had GUARANTEED. v,uiuimv. (0,uuu uamages claimed for carelessly Thoro aro I JO mountains In Colorado ' tral i Jiirisuan ouogo. u. Waterbury watch, and 125 E.Fayette st. tho Itch und u 218Fbi.N.W. is confined to ills bed by an attack of dropping carbolic acid in their daugh- Wat hington, D. C. Baltimore, Md. whon ho was scratching himself he was, whoso peaks aro over 12,000 feet nbovo j.u.a. ter's eye, putting it out. rheumatism. ocean level. winding his watch. I. ce FREE TURNPIKES! I s J. H. Baughman & Co., Wheat is Worth $1 I to Grain, Fancy Flour, Corn, meal, Bran, S.-R- . ware-house- s, x bo-gi- Per Bushel one-six- c th lt-9- I , J. BHUGHMHNiCO., STANFORD, tip-iwl- nt The-eount-y at-to- Giving Orders tt Cyn-thlan- a. Neckwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, t, f, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., to-da- y, boll-buzza- roo-ito- n Lob-ano- n. i CHEAP SHOES. & rep-itlll- on Is s HANDTURNS "WALKING SHOES, ENGLISH well-know- n 1 i I I I NEED THE MONEY S3 fill 53.60 S2.50. .. H. d J. McROBERTS. J1 ti - Keep Your Skin Soft. Graig Rocker 1 FACE : LOTONS, R. sor-vlc- e. i fl Times-Democra- t. mm, mmn mm i. I t Mt ' "V T7T- - "y" ty Trr . f P V i s-- 1 it I 4 Near Camilla, Ga., Julia Burgcs, a The truo story of the acquisition of spy In his of- bright, pretty child, was beaten to told Judgo O. E. Kincaid, who DeLomc's letter Is that a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL mond, In tho Cincinnati Enquirer that fice Is resj)onslble. Tho letter was death by her parents, both of whom aro It & puts ... SiVJ s opened and blank sheets substituted of unsound mind. OUK UKAaiJ A.M) Davison has written numerous "S7j daughter's Districted over hor passed in Madison that tho cllmato of for tho written matter as it Mrs. Elizabeth W. Huffman took Feb 15. 1898 Washington docs not agrco with him through the Havana olficc Stanford. Kw. for Dr. her own life at Indianapolis by swalGen. Dudley, who is counsel and that in view of the probability that lowing cocaine. to make tho final race W. Godfrey Hunter In tho contest ho would have W. P. WALTON. Tho Nassau street office building of S. Rhea, has let It be against Mr. Gilbert, of Shelby, who Is against John Is willing to Levi P. Morton In New York city, was a very strong man, he may not be a known thnt Dr. Hunter Is a probability, destroyed by llro. The loss is cstlmntcd of drop tho an ediIf you have anything againsthim oth- candidate for the nomination. All va- however, case. ItTherebe tried any way at half a million. that may An inspiring cut through all depitrl-inenwhich Is poppy cock, of the thlnest tor you had better settle with of the National subfor tlio benefit of this weeks' buyhim. Ho riety. If Davison thought that Gilbert and the seat declared vacant If there Is In the hearings erwise than by tiring cards at committee of wnys nnd means, it was er?. Wc have good news for both men of business and the would bo his opponent he would not any show for It. Is used to that kind whisky W.P.Walton, of Stanford, Ky., cdl- was shown thatgallon. can be producnnd women. Trices tell llie tnlo. AVe man who tries It usually gets the hot talk In that wise, but if ho thinks ho of tho stalwart democratic Semi- ed .ut 4 cents at fcimply do this. Wo lake your dollar nnd ...... .. m i end of the poker. Capt. Thomas E. can fool anybody by such talk ho will tor uujmu .uurireesuuru, j.ciiu. l.n..n. n. give you $2 worth of goods. We menu one. Judgo Weekly Intekiou Journal, Is at tho Moore, of Shawhun, realizes this after find that he Is the only Klondlko and been Sullivan expressed the opinion that Palace. Mr. Walton is Inclined to tho from homo to go to the what wo say and wo posilivrly fulll I evIt is too late and when ho has In less than 24 hours telegraphed his ery nromUn we make In our advertiseby Col. Breck- Davison will not be put up by the re- belief that Hon. James B. McCrcary, chewed up and sptt out is the strongest man tho father to meet him with a horse. ments. Head nnd meditate over lliefe inridge, whom he thought to extermi- publicans agnin for Congress. In this of Richmond, Joe Adklns, for tho murder of Judgo can put up for Congress I n democrats prices. Choice of a few men's suit wo colonel answers his belli- connection, says Kincaid, It may bo nate. The Eighth dlstrict- -a sure winner If ho Combsls at last In the penitentiary to sold ot J5, now Jtf.50. Mcn'n nil wool reading to relate that Gov. tho cose note through the Lexington HerClnclnnntl serve 21 years. The phorllT of Knox In secures tho nomination. pan 13. black cheviot, for 11.25. ald and the way ho blisters the old man William O. Bradley, who resides took him to Frankfort last week. He that district, when not warming the ex- Enquirer, 12th. with burning sarcasm Is pitiful. Arthur Garvey, of Rock Mount, N. Tho third appellate court district declines to fight a duel, but intimates ecutive chair, votes there, and Is still was passed In the C, fell ngalnst a glass In Murphy's gerrymander bill that if the captain will go about seek- the republican cock o' the walk,ofhas Senato providing for transferring Bell, Hotel at Richmond. Va., and severed Men's brown nnd In black and brown any degree of energy emphatically said in tho presence an ing trouble with Harlan, Leslie. Letcher and Porry his jugular, dying in a few minutes. tifl" hut. 25c. Men's NcgHgco black and alacrity It Is not Impossible that he Enquirer man that Davison will nol bo A parrot shouted "I'm coming" and 25c. Atwood is the next counties from the seventh to tho fifth Shirts, 35c. and that might bo accommodated. It remains appellate district and also putting caused u robber, who was attempting to busi- thing to tho prophetic. Men's Satin Calf Shoe- - I 25 to J2. to bo seen if the captain means Whitley county in the fifth district. get Mrs. Payno's diamonds at her home fine kid shoes with patent tip, l" ness. run off without them. or button, f 1.40. Ladies' all wool skirt, Deuoe, by his asslnlnlty, Is making Tho third district is now represented In Louisville, to written Mooro Since tho above was again by Judge Lewis, democrat. It is The Hoyt building, at Cleveland, oc37x70 inches, worth f I, but closing them has fired another card at Breckinridge republican success In this State kick close as between tho two political par- cupied by stores and various manufactout at 50c. compares his capacity as a impossible for years. Wo are not In which he : makes this district uring concerns, was entirely destroyed with the colonel's and asks: ing on that, however, but people have ties. The change financier common overwhelmingly republican, but the in by tiro. The loss is estimated at 8.575, Towels, Grash and Ta"Did any friends help you pecuniarily some right to expect a little 000. considerable sense In those who hold high offices. Tho tention is said to be to change it back in the way of advancing a ble Linen. Frank Morairty, an Augusta. Ind., long ways as It now Is, after the election of Judgo sum to enable you to pay a client mon- Bradley faction, and it is a bill poster, accidentally swallowed sevAn all linen tea towel, 13x20, for 5c. Tur-ki- h party Lewis' successor. ey you had collected and failed to pay the most respcctablo'ono of the Dan Hnth, 10x39. at 10c. TurkMi Hath, These are tho especially offensive eral tacks which ho had In his mouth your client to save you from expulsion In this State, only asked that Gen. agony a few hours 2010, 16c. Blenched Towel, lOx.W, 10c given tho surveyorshlp of words In the letter of the Spanish min- and died In horrible from the bar? Did you fall to meet Collier be later. e ister, which caused him to resign withFine Dnninnk towel, 18x30 inches, with although any other obligations and demands? the port at Louisville and A St. Louis forger Is said to have fringe, 15c. Samo with colored border gave Collier an ante election prora-Is- o out being humiliated by having his WashHave you paid the judgment at to the result of n and tied fringe, 25c. 19 inch plain or that he should have the otlice, ho passports returned. "The president's nwml hU conviction ington for 815,000? Is this what you acplaid crash, 5c yd IS Inch Turkish Bath M. Barnett to message has undeceived the Insur- poker game, tho jurors standing for terra business ability and financial In- persisted In pushing C. something else, quittal losing to those whoTavored Toweling, Sic yd. (10 in. tabic linen 35c tegrity? You criticise the example of tho front and the president, after much gents, who expected action of Conyd Counterpanes, full finished, hemmed of reluctance, yielded. This lit- and has paralyzed tho ay card to the youth of Kentucky. show Bond's Academy, a splendid public nnd ready for use, 72xSl inches-- , at 05c. Sunday's tle sop might have done deals in heal- gress, but I consider It bad. Besides How about your example?" and Inevitable coarseness school near Madison Springs, Ga., was Brainenl A Armstrong' Wash Silk at 40c Herald contained an article claimed to ing old sores. As It is it is a further tho natural ho repeats all that the fired nnd destroyed- by Morgan Looney, doz In fact a very article in our hotmc Is the colonel, declaration of war and as the Bradley with which be written by other than Mac- press and public opinion of Spain has a student, who had beqn Hogged by a Oivo us n wold on the "low price" plad. making further sport of the captain men are fighters It will be lay on who first cries said of Wcylcr, It shows once more teacher. call. and saying that so far as the paper is duff nnd d d be he boy of Warren, O., A enough." All things seeming what McKlnlcy Is weak and catering concerned the Incident Is ended. The "hold, and, besides, a low poli- died from the effects of blood poison public which had been expecting goro ly are working for good to those who to the rabble tician, who desires to leave a door open ing caused by a lead pencil penetrating to bo spilled by the bucketful Is there- lovo democracy. to me and to stand well with tho jin- his throat while he was playing with It T. D HANEY, Manager fore disappointed. in his mouth. A republican just from Washinggoes of his party." Brnnch store at Paris, Carlisle, Mt SterSomebodv shot at Darnley Beaufort A SAD romance ended in the death of ton tells us that Senator Deboo gets ling, H.tnistown, fjuwrcncrburg, Cynthia-nTHE LEGISLATURE. night, but unnewspaper referat Louisville the other Emma Dlllua at the Lakeland Asylum very wrathy over the Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, In his Eluahethtown, Frankfort, and Mauck-porday. She gave her lover ence to his ignorance and stupidity and bill to change the name ot the fortunately the ball tore a hole The the other Ind. money to come to this country from the other day said with an oath "I State College to tho State University hut Instead of his head. Thieves btole a hot stovo from tho busi- have saw- enough of this. I taken a passed the Senato unanimously. , y. Germany and establish himself in gradutho amount lock-u- p at Loxlngton, and a man's ov i Vnrth'j Hill ness, with the understanding that she course In college and came near of his scat in a was to follow as soon as he did so. He ating." His auditors laughed, but his of appeal to tho Court of Appeals from j ercoat off the back aro came to Louisville and for a time wroto fatness didn't know that It was at his inn tn 9200 imsed tho House 19 to 21. church at Boyleston. Tho becoming desperate. Llndley Murray's Tho Legislators and newspapers are regularly and sent many fond expres- bad breaks with been taking seriously Mr. Mounts bill to Over :t0 aro thought to havo sions of love. He didn't succeed as rules. to killed In the Pittsburg fire, over a name of Carlisle county well as ho expected here and sought There are evidences of a breach be- change the surcease from sorrow In the wine cup. tween Senators Goebel and Bronston. Wm. Jennings Bryan. It's all a joke. score injured and property valued at Eighteen bodies A Nlcholasvllle dispatch says a bill 81,500,000 destroyed. This soon dissipated his small fortune They have clashed on several meashave been recovered. enuse of double-heade- r which had become few and his letters, not so severoly as on the elec- to prevent the trains will bo IntroFour men were killed and seven Injinrl fur between, finally ceased alto- - ures, but gines In hauling collision between Will mnko you give up all thoughts of econo- tion bill. They havo made a strong jured by a head-ogether. When she could beat tne sus- team, pulling together, but neither will duced in the Legislature by Represenmizing. It Isn't necessary when you can gt .. freight trains on the L. & N. railroad Anno niHna flnMHuf! tn tative C. A. Wilson this week. bo able to accomplish much working in everything the'childrun need for nlmut one fifth come to An Jrli and se for herself ', The House defeated the bill to estab- in Alabama. Two of tho killed and and pulling against each of whnt it cost your father. Our slock includes of labor. The bllf ' three of the injured wore tramps. A letter to the single harness lish a State bureau what was Uhe matter. of State banks that School Books, Writing Pads, The Veenhara had a hole stove In told him of her man she loved to repeal charters Slates, Ponciis, Spongos, Pons accept the ad valorem system of her and tho vessel sank in raid ocean not having the courage to do not tions and he Mk Talker Mason has been And Crnyon, Ink, Drawing Material, Ac . and n taxation was ordered to Its second after her crew had been rescued by the her ended his troubles in suicide. cd tQ reHnquIsh control of the when you want n lot of these things wo make she arrived and discovered thC(iiurasburg Times by a press of other reading, although adversely reported. St. Louis, which was passing. There "lot" prires. passed the were 127 passengers nnd 85 crow on The Goebel election bill truo state of affairs her reason became buajneg3 an,i iias been succeeded by up at Lake- - Mp G M jjlatt, Its former proprietor, Senate 20 to 15. Mr. Bronston caused board. dethroned and she was shut August Belmont, chairman of tho land. Her death recalls the trag- - Mp Mason wm now mii t,no vvo hope a surprise by not only voting against, edy inspires the hope that In tho to iet the Interior Journal readers but epcakinir against tho measure, board of directors of the L. Sc N., has which he said he considered the sold to Vermllye it Co., of Now York, great beyond she has found the happl- - heap fpom him nj?ain a3 of yore perfection of centralization of power, 312,500,000 of collateral trust ness that was denied her here. NOHODY prated louder during the opposed to democratic principles. per cent, gold tone's of tho railroad ;ir ' presidential canvass than Judge Tar-o- f speech on his company. If this from Goebel's THE principal paper manufacturers of tho Federal By mistake of the city council, which election bill bo true, It ls sufficient reathe country have formed a trust vin about the Injustice capital and will force ' court imprisoning Eugene Debs for son for its passage: On the morning allowed them 10 per cent, of tho total with So5.000.000 gets after the 189(1 election Samuel .1. Roo-ert- ad valorem tax Instead of 40 cents on 7Tho ftuslon of the t'olligliite Voir will ojx n paper up 83 a ton, therein- - netting a contempt and tho first chance he e he seeks to show his authority by chairman of the republican State the 8100, Hopklnsvllle public schools cool four million a year, in excess of on very doubtful campaign committee, called a meeting havo overdrawn their accounts many Oxx jfcvo:n.d.Ei3r, other profits. The republican tar- - prisoning councllmen "not a direct usurpation of authori-dut- y at the Gait House and said: "Bryan thousands. New pupils entering nt tlmt time will do rveolved Into the cluoso Tor full Inforiimtlnn iff bill enables them to do so, since tho we forget ! Dr. John R. DeVolt has fallon a vic- call on or write to Mm Huti.kv u the College or write for has carried Kentucky. Whnt shall we amounts to' practical prohibition ty. How soon do WII.MAM SilK!,TON. PiiiMiiiH.vr. of foreign paper and the exclusion of: lT ls gaid tnat j. Mort Rothwell, of do about It?" "Go to the mountains," tim to the excessive use of morphlno This is protec Garrard Is out for Congress, but this was the reply, "and Increase the ma- and cojaine. He died in a New Alha-d- y Canadian wood-pulsanitarium.. Ho and his daughter tlon with a vengeance. It is not only a Jfl hardly Ma yeap Ho mugt tappy jority there." Runners wee sent out tax on knowledge, but the wholesale nwhi,e at Jerpicho tiIl hld beard bo from Mlddlesboro, Plnevlllc and other were recently found In Louisville in republican majority greal destitution. robbery ot tne many lor me ounuut 01 aml lhcn we may places, and the fI ch 1(5,000. A pistol duul between George Vogt the few. The democrat, or rather the send him to Washington. Meantime was swelled to and Arthur Waldron was fought In who voted so as we must do all we cun to return Gov. excuse of a democrat, BRIEF NEWS NOTES. Louisville Sunday. Tho latter was seSUCCESSOR TO J. B. IIIGGINS, to make such things possible, deserves McCreary. Birmingham, England, turns out llvo riously wounded. Fred Voght, son of only condemnation, but unuthema not George Voght, was also shot and is not and execration. Aukaiiam LINCOLN would have been tons of hairpins every week oranges from Southern expected to live. Shipments of 89 years old had he lived till Saturday. A young man named Rawlins was The Spanish Minister, Senor Don But his friends needn't "put on" over, California Eastward now average was killed Sunday as ho wus entering Enrique uupuy ue Lome, may nave that Georgo Washington would have dally. struck centre describing McKlnlcy as hQQn m had hQ Hvcd un tho 22d Also agent for the Decring Hinders, MowTho Union Telephone Company has a church near Blue Ridge, Ga., by Agricultural Implements "weak and catering to tne raDDie, pe.j , been organized at Portland, Me., with Whit Dlllard. The male memberd of ers and Rakes. Also agent lor the Repairs for the above 6ldesa low politician," but Americans the congregation left thu church and 810,000,000 capital. POLITICAL POINTS. machines. Will be glad to have those who are In no humor to have such things Uite was knocked in- pursued Dlllard,kllllng him when they Mrs. Catherine think of buying to see my stock Judge John M. Taylor, of Lexington, Thnrfi in until 1... o ViniwrVitv Srinmnt-fl- . sensible by thieves at her door and overtook him. himself as a zm:-- st o-i- t a decided feeling of antipathy against j Tenn., has announced -- A.3ST3D robbed of 8250 In Louisville. Hotel. Editor "James Maret, of tho Brazil, Ind., cut and faof tho Cubans AWato for governor. A trump at for her treatment S. Pryor is favorably spo- - tally wounded u man who refused to Ml. Vernon Signal, has an option on Agent for HWsell Chilled 1'Iowhj tho most Improved chill plow. Orders takcu for Coat ,i Ju"e W. f i wn.,1,1 h crlful tn hnvn n I a splendid hotel at Livingston, which u f m from T. L. Sheltou'H Con I Yard. fcUU iilnnttnn tuiimuo- KUU thji nniinrMmlt.v nrnsnntPll fop !,.-- TT t..u Ul lUl" UUU Ul tlA KlCUUUll srtn give him a dime to buy a drink. has 22 rooms In it and heated by a furth tbl" cnie9 law' Is also connected. At Council Bluffs, la., a woman was nace. A store-rooS. government to beat the stulllng out "loncra I' A measure Is to be introduced In he fatully shot by her divorced, husband, Livingston Is growing rapidly and preof her. American soil ought to bo sents a big chuuee for profitable investconstitutiona convention who afterward committed suicide. Louisiana made too hot at once for Enrique. ment. Price for a short time 88,000. providing for tho pensioning of needy , Up to Saturday 2(5 lunatics had been Wrlto to Mr. Maret at once If you dei Confederate veterans. received at the Lexington asylum this sire such property. It rents now for A LOUISVILLE solon has Introduced (Councilman J. J. Mcllett, one of the month, tho largest number on record. 81,000. a bill fixing the rates of hotels ut 81.50 sporting men and most widely-know- n i Twenty persons wor6 crushed to a day and of boarding houses at 50 successful ward politicians in LouisLEfaSUNS IN death by tho falling of a gallery during Ho has never perhaps been able cents. died after a long illness. ....Ono more lot of. a funeral service In a synagogue In PHYSICAL CULM AND ELOCUTIOr. to see insido of the Louisville or Gait ville, Editor J. L. Bosley and Sherman Rus'sla. passage of this bill to and hopes by the b.v Issues on the Chief of Police Kline, of McKces-porget a glimpse of their banquet hall and Stivers have pooled their Murphy Coodknight, Bosley is to postmasPa., committed suicide because Nora tho tempting viands. There aro said Paris postolllco. and Stivers assistant and the ap- the council rejected his claim for 8500 At lr. E. L. Klilfiulii'iirl'ri reafdenco ox-hlt- o to bo many other ways to kill a dog be- ter Dr. W. II. O'HunnouV. made this week. for services. sides choking him to death with but- pointment is to be Mrs. Goodknlght h:ts studied the holonco Robert R: Perry has been appointed It is estimated that tho total cost of ami been trained In tho Art of Vocal ter. in tlio best school of Onitoiy In postmaster at Winchester. This Is u the new Union Station at Boston, when To bo glvun away with ouch 25c worth of thonubject Is more thoiough-l- y Limgley, the refe- completed, will be tho enormous sum of Ilottou where nl iK'ltci taught than Imitation Is said to bo the sincerest turndown for J. W. stmlloil In Europe or Amurlca. llattery. The Hoosicrs have taken to ree, who hud selected John II. W. 812,000,000. No matter what tho vocation In life every and the other night Spohn. Perry was backed by K. J. has been organised at ono neotN thU thu most Important an well turnpike raiding A company tore down a gate near Muncle, Ind. It Hampton. Chicago to build an elevated railway a tlio mo-i- t useful of all Arts. Mrs. l attention to thu traingives is to bo hoped, however, that they, wont The democrats made heavy gains in costing 82,000,000 to ooratc on the ing of teacher, lawyers anil preachers. get ofl as easily as they do hero, where the municipal elections In Now York South Sido. Lewonx from h A. m. till 4 i. i. on Tues-dii- Wo will glvojouu haniUomo pleturo worth T5c. Hubbltt's Soip soIIh six cakes for 25c e Thursdays anil Saturdays. Tor fur unci Is tho best hoii ji made. raiders destroyed three ' even people who have posed all tholr Stato. In J7 counties the democrats ther Information call on or addreis Mrs. a not only wink at made gains In :i.'t towns and tho repub- gates In Shelby county and warned tho during ahovo Hneciiicu iionrs (it .Mr, luune- lives a? r . .. this form of lawlessness, but actually licans in only one. Olean elected its keepers to collect no more toll, under i u.,irl;. At other times at her homo ono HIGGINS on Danvlllo pike to 2UTKINNEY. n, ',orn ,,t-h""'penalty of death. publicly approve It. first democratic mayor. Judse P. H. Sullivan, of Rich- Mb par-tin- sul-cid- o, - Mighty Sweep ! ts his uj MensAlpine Hats 48c La-die- s' ?m De-bo- cop-vlctto- n. -- - $ The Louisville Store a. t, - am - ra-ca- ls OUR FtGURES ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES n 1 intcn-.olne- r- fore-me- et I WI1-Whe- Percy's Drug Store 1 20-ye- ar I Stanford Female College. Ta,:rruiir3r S-Sstia... s, 1m-th- 1898. p. ,. XT, l D. BRIGHT, a: Buggies, Carriages, Buckboards, Farm Wagons, a: can-Spa- in . X IFIRIOIEIS- 1 - . m I , I t, Handsome Oil Paintings t'lMt-whe- ru Qoori-knlg- ht B. T. Babbit's Best Soap. Hott-lit- s, Toll-gat- law-abidin- g, Q " ".. W' wItotI' T-s- r f Wp.,fr -! tf" !. .' ; P' ' H?3 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - Fun. 15, 189S Man-aoi:. E. 0. Walton, Business at Penuv'ti l)rui Store matches the price. THE stock of tnblots and box papers Is complete. cin bracing all styles from the cheapest to the niOHt expensive mid the quality C. 13. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Owens is convnlcbclng. Sunday. C. II. IiAYDEN went to Louisville Friday. Dr. J. F. PEYTON has been sick for several days. 1. G. JONES went up to Itockcabtle Mtss Mama Wauiuin returned from Let Danks repair that watch. Louisville yesterday. Fresh sweet peas In bullq at W; B. Miss Ktiiel Walker, of Garrard, Is visiting Misses Pearl and Nora Phil. MelloberU'. night at Wal Minstkf.ls MRS. II. G. Govbk and ehlldrcn, of ton.s 0pera House. .luoiuinuiu, iuoii wio irainnoroycsior-- i day to visit relatives ut Crab Orchard Collars and plow gear of all kinds M. T. Rt'SSKLL, who Is 75, paid for at Warren & Shanks'. thU paper yesterday for the 25th year. Barrel of tho 'Best Now Orleans Tho old gentleman is not as active as Molasses just opened at Warren & he used to be but he 1h far from a dead kjiiuuniO man yet. Three substantial Casey county men Death. John Warren, of whom our came up to court together yesterday. Crab Orchard correspondent wrote last They were Messrs. J. C. Coulter, W. week, is dead. M. Myers and C. R. Carson, whoso NO. fBlickensdcrfor typewriter, nevcombined weight Is ".'tt pounds. er opened, for sale. Seo description In another column. W. P. Walton. LOOAL MATTERS, m m JM-- &. III '' S 3 M--fcS- S I P i: 0 New Jewelry at Banks'. WHEAT Is worth 81 in Stanford now, 111 - i P. W. Green is about to start a been qulto sick. Dogs killed 25 sheep for George W. distillcy at McKinney and wants Miss Site Kout Is assisting In the power engine, to buy about a Pulllam a few nights ago. First National Bank. mm second-hand- . of Danville, Miss Bessie Richards, Cheap cow feed of all kinds always is with the Misses Wray. on hand. J. II. Bnughman it Co. Sale. A. D. Root, Jr., sold to J. L Mr. R. B. Woods has been sick for Jams yesterday his stock of goods at 8cvdral days, but Is bettor. We want to trade for 200 bushels of Hedgovlllo advertised In this paper Miss Mary Cooley went to Lebanon clover seed. B. K. Wearen Son. some time ago. Saturday to visit relatlvos. Col. Underwood had on exhibition 1 AM ngent for the Challenge Miss Jclia Stagu, of Casey, Is visWind yestcrduy his line hornless bull, which and Mrs. S. P. Stagg. iting Mr. Mill best made. E.T. Minor, Hubble. was the subject of much favorable comMr. J. M. BROWN, tho aged father We are selling coal us cheap as any-bo- ment. of Dr. E. J. Brown, Is his guest. ... and we help you load It. Noel ft Engineer E. G. Waller Is spending The larccst crowd attended court Son. a fev days at Gcorgo B. Wcarcn's. yesterday that bus been here since ante MR. and Mrs. O. J. TuriiMOND, of Toll-hous- e on Goshen plko will bo election times and business of all kinds Danville, visited relatives here Friday. sold at public auction on the grounds seemed improved. Hev Edward Huiiiiard went down Tuesday, 22d. W. II. Traylor, presi A daughter of John Moore got bad to Gravel Switch Saturday to preach. dent. ly hurt in tho head by her horse shying , A HOY arrived at Mr. and Mrs. It. II. A turkey foot, done in gold, silver at the soldiers at the Danville tollgatc Logan's Saturday. This makes tholr and ribbons, is now the fad as a mascot, yesterday, and striking tho pole. third. and tho rabbit's foot is not in the race Mrs. N. A. Garner's saie of fino Sanfoku M. ALLEN, of Mlllcrbbtirg, as a charm any longer. jack and jennet stock will occur at her was hero Sunday to seo his pretty residence three miles from Crab OrWe are told by persons who hnvo chard, at 10 o'clock this morning, 15th. sweetheart. MR. W. I). McGCIRE, of Jackson, hunted them that there aro absolutely R. L. Hubble sold to Farris & Whitlont several days with his brother no minnows this year and the' Usher-me- n The framing of one of tho doors In ley 20 steers at 4Jc. are very much grieved at the Hlggins ft McKlnney's huge wareScott McGuIro. The Q. & C. will sell round-tritick C. T. Johnson ond son, Cecil, thought. Mrs. house is made of n poplar joist that did of Danville, are visiting her mother, In old Rush Branch church, ets at ono fare to the Internutionul ConWhile splitting kindling, little Geo. servicewas built In 1851. vention of Foreign Missions nt CleveMrs. J. M. Bearley. Copclund got his head In the way of which land, O., Feb. 23 to 27th. Tickets on Mr. W. D. Weatherkord, of Miss Bettie F. Lewis will open a salo Feb. 20, 21 and 22, good until spent several days with old tho ax Thomas Shelton, Jr., was using at Rowland Friday and received an ug millinery at Dr. T. B. Lewis' early In March 2d, roturning. Ask agents for Richmond. friends at the spring and will be assisted by Miss full particulars. W.$ C. Rlncarson, The "Economical Lunch Club" will ly cut in his head. Alice Gooch, an experienced trimmer. Gen. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati, O. meet with Mr. II. J. MeRobcrts next THE blind beggar, Burt Lunceford, Read her ad. and give her a chance. Thursdoy from 2:30 to 4:.H). who lives oil this and other people, was Mrs. S. M. Logan, of Mlddlesboro, put in jail Saturday night, so blind Died at C. O. N. II. Johnson, a pa- To the Ladies' of Turners-vill- o , to visit her parents, drunk ho would uol havo known where tient at tho Kceley Cure nt Crab Orchwill arrive and Vicinity. Judge and Mrs. M. C. Sautley. he was had he had his sight. ard, died Sundny of bronchitis, aged I hliullln the eurlvsprlngopena Millinery . . hop In the homo or Dr. T. It. Lewis. I liuvo Miss Marie Warren, a pretty Sum. 20. He was from Lawrenccburg and Fined $50. Crlm Smith, of the Dun- his remains were taken there for burial secured the service-- , of Mis Alice Goooli, an ford lady, Is visiting her aunt, MUs p.xcrlenced trimmer, who will leave for can Bcetlort, was lined S50 in Judge BaiJonnlo Duncan. Lancaster Record. Cincinnati nt u ver3 early clato, to purchase yesterday. A wjfo survives him. u complete line of stylish Millinery goods. Mr. T. T. Bchdett and family, of ley's court Friday for chasing D. C. I earnestly solicit the patronage of my Ok the 150 lots and farms advertised county and Slpplo with a pistol. Thoy fell out over Garrard, have moved to this iricnus nnu acquaintances. T. D. Ncwland ResK;otfully, HETTIE F. LEWIS. are at present living at Sink Arnold's. a division fence. Smith is working out for taxes by Turnorsvllle, Ky. his line. he only had to sell about 40, the rest Mr. and Mrs. Will Severance having paid. .Individuals bought tho ontorUilned at tea Friday evening Mr. The fat tramp here last week proved and several to be the son of J. W. Denny, a promi- most of the land sold, but some was and Mrs. A. II. Severance knocked olT to tho county and State for other, friends. nent citizen of the Bnrgin section. The the amount of tax due. A few energetic ladles and gentlemen Mrs. James W. Gcrst, mother of boy's mind is unbalanced and he has wunted to canvass. Above salary guaran- l Dr. J. W. Gucot, is quite ill of pneu- given his father a great deal of trouble address. It rained Friday and turned cold, but teed. Call on orM. GOOCH. .somerset, Kv. R. monia, at Dr. Guost'wronidonce, at Sec by running on" from home. Sunday and yesterday were as bright 9S .oud and Walnut. Louisville Post. as u beaming gun and a cloudless sky BY Legislative enactment Crab OrW. T. GRANT, one of tho owners of could make them. The signal service Crab Orchard Springs, was stricken chard Springs becomes a part and par-c- tried to dispel the illusion that springof the town of Crab Orchard, and with partial paralysis and Is in a seritime had come, gentle Annie, by sendous condition at his home in Louisvllfo. will hereafter contribute to the ex- ing "Threatening woather and T1IF. both Mlts. GUOROK McKlNNEV, of MelCIu-no- penses of the town government, yesterday. House, having passed tho bill to that "IBM H! wipe is visiting bur daughter, Mrs. W, i) ll eirect. sold out of sight yesBank Stock R. Dedman. Ed Stagg, of Uufltonvillc, terday. Tho 15 shares udvertised by 11ukm-1was horu Thursday. Somerset There Is some complaint found be- E B. Hnyden were sold tho llrst and I'KNF.TRATES er. cause of dead hogs, chickens. Arc., that S. M. Rankin will are left lviug around town until they second II vo at $111.50 and 1H.50. J. W. .Rrv. and Mrs. EIGHT GREAT STATES receive the mombors of his congrega- become decomposed. Such is not con- Hayden bought tho last live at 3110.50 C. Hocker sold his eight shares, live Kentucky. Tennosxo Virginia, Georgia. tion at tholr home on East Mam Street ducive to health and we hope Brother" R. North and South Carolina, from (J'.ttO to lO.HO thle. Tuesday, eve- No win ml will be moro watchful of such to Mack Huffman at $112.50 and threo Alabama, MlsIs), to J. S. Philips at $110.50. This beats ning. things. any sale for several yenrs. Mr. and Mrs. James V. Allen, of Horses Killed. While driving a Diku With His Boots On. West the ar- Sleeping Hustonvllle, arc rejoicing over rival of tholr llrst born, a line boy, lot of brood mares from Hugh King, who killed Frank Fish, another Iletweon Louisville and the South. where thoy had bcun for tho which thoy have named Carroll Hold Negro at Crab Orchard, and served a winter, Mr. S. II. Baughman had two Allen. term in tho penitentiary' for it, was Mil. R. G. Bright, of Normal, 111- - valuable ones killed by a freight train found dead with three bullets In his THREE DAILY TRAINS (.ooiit sovorul days with his relatives as thoy wore crossing the track near breast near Lexington Sundny, having Each way between Louisville and Lexington. TURK, O. A., hure. lie came to Kentucky to attend May wood. been shot by John Scott In a row, which V. A. Washington. V.I). O. tho horse sulci, at Lexington, but he began at a festival. lie shot and woundW. !I. TAYLOE, A. O. P. A. We will take stamps in payment for made no purchases. Louisville, Ky. subscription only when tho sender can ed Scott, but not seriously. Since his Mr. W. R. Gooch, of McKinney, not buy a money or express order or release Klnir had been working on a who frequently contributes to this pa- hasn't a bank account. Stamps aro us Fayetto county farm and was frequentHouse, per, Is passing under tho rod. Throe good as gold but they don't always uiko ly In trouble. of his children are down, 0110 at the" tho place of money, something very eso.vTHE Southern Railway, which peneK)lnt of death with pnoumoniu. sential to successful newspaper busitrates eight great States and is one of Wednesday MR. J. S. HOCKER, llttlo daughter, ness. tho Smith's greatest systems, has deleave Evening, Margaret, and Will S. Iloeker ACCIDKNTALLY SHOT. While hunt- cided to run an ad. in this paper, which for Kansas City, tho former to Is admirably (Inly one lVrfonnauco. The I'orettfr Favorite join his wUe ami tho laltor to take li ing near his mother's In Boyle, Mr. appears elsewhere. It equipped and splendidly managed. olllco of his uncle, IV Joe F. Wuters met with an accident position in the that will lay him up for a long tlmo Write to Assistant General Passenger W. locker. & V. H. Tuyloo, at Louisville, Mrs. John P. Davis is in receipt of His rllle discharged as he was getting Agent, when you want to go anywhere of over a fence, the ball passing through for rates a telegram announcing tho death ' In Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, hor undo, Louis C. Oatts, at Augusta, his left foot and making an ugly and a Georgia, "North and South Carolina, on business. His very painful wound. Ho Is still at his where lie had gone Alabama and Mississippi. Tho '97 Accepted HIrIi lral Wheel of Merriremains were to have been Interred at mother's, where his wife lias joined ment. near Montlcollo yester- him. his old home IN the county court yesterday Judge , day. Tin: commencement exercises of the James P. Balloy and Clerk G. B. Coop-- The Showlof The Period. THE writer had tho pleasure of going Stanford Public school will be held in cr sat looking as harmless as serpents RcfrethliiK Mlnstrelay.Sweiit hy Ocean Ilreezes of (ienulne Wit. over to Cincinnati with Capt. Dan the court house Friday, Fob. 18 at 7:30 and as wise as doves, waiting for busiwho married Miss Agnes ness to come before them, which never v. M. Diplomas will bo awarded to Members." of Kingsvllle, and coming baek Caswell Sautley, valedictorian, Everett parao to any great extent. W. C. BarMcGraw, who has mado Hall, salutatorian, and to James Phil- nett quaillled us police judge of Rowwith Capt. Ben tho Blue Grass Special the most popu- lips. There will bu essays, declama- land under appointment and A.C.Dunn Concert Band lar train on tho Q. M O. road. Thoy tions and a play drill on tho program. as guardian of his children with J. T. Grand wo Superb Symphony are both as clover as can bo and All uro cordially invited. No admis- Bingaman as surety. Orchestra. acknowledge courtesies from both. License to sell brandy by tho quart sion fee will bo changed. tholr distilleries was granted J. D. R. COLLIER was on Saturat at GEN. the new curtain wlei: 'An Lvtn- MlNSTRHLS. Tho prospect of a II. Carter and Henry nester and to W. day night's train returning from Washihk with tho i:a." to witness tho minstrel II. Traylor to retail liquors ut tho Mythe timely hit "The Dar.ee o( Dawington, where tie wiw turned down Fri- crowded house son Clty'n of Fields & Hanson's Co., the iiMgninruiit daneiuir I'icturc" "In ers House. day by Barnett for surveyor at Louis- performance the Tenderloin." night, ltlth, Is tho best wo "Tho (loldtlmiiiilKwInKilxHtncle-ville. Tho general's opinion of SenaT. C. Gulley bought of G. A. Slier In years. The company is had en Shower," tor Doboe, to whom ho owes his defeat, have largest "The (iraml OM Drill Diitnlarti i.ihir A lluiixoti'H new that has ovor appeared 22 heifers at $15. Uiiinl..' l'iellii "I' "The Rent is rich but It will not do to print in a tho Tho faculty of Kentucky University in the Wiirlil," ami carrying 40 men all told, and Republicans gen- hero, . newspaper. family the editor of a in tho lot. Come will probably-disciplinthedrantl erally are not very proud of their llrst there is not "stick" NU I MICC rale The rxhlluratlnR who criticised tho to all in and seo the parade about noon and tho college paper, Uiml concert at 7 r. m. U. S. Senator, who is, according nFRFRVEQ SEAT8 now on sale at MrKoUrti' stay to tho show. Those who havo professors us too old fogy for this fust mid reports, an ignorant ' Drug Store at 75o. (leneml nJm nlon, JWc. ago. seen it say It Is a beater all through. laughing stock at tho capital. el Mayor J. E. Bruce, of Hogeye, has Dunks, See our new goods the jeweler. according to J. II. Baughman ft Co., window. tho largo millers. Read their ad. m t m Silk baby ribbon Men's Linen Cufls Whistler and Battle Box Carpet Tacks 2 Lead Pencils for 2 Pencil Sharpeners for 2 Pen Holders Good Pencil Tablet 25 Envelopes Memorandum Hook Rubber erasers 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 . t Thimble Chrochct Needle Hooks and Eyes 4 doz. Agate Buttons . .'..... lc Pr. Cotton Shoe Strings 12c i . 32 Hair Pins le lc lc Coat and Hnthook8 lc Pr. Heel Plates .'... lc lc lc lc 3c lc 5 Best Hooks lc Paper Pins '. 0 n lc lc lc lc lc lc Thread (good as O. N. T.) ; Kid Curlers Compasses Good Work Shoes Nice Dress Shoes 3c lc 1.00 1.00 lc lc 3c lc lc lc I9 lc lc lc lc Celuloid fo.lars lc $1 Alarm Clocks 05c Laundered Percale Shirts 25c 2c Handkerchief 4c Men's Good Socks 4c Ladies' Good Hose 10c Good Overalls 15c 2oc Red Flannel Look at our Black Dress Goods, Table Linens with Napkins to match, Swisses, Jackoncts, Dimities, Hamburgs and Laces. Respectfu ly submitted to the Cash trade. in d, m m d 0 p February Shoe .', Hus-tonvlll- c, m m m to-da- y Bargains. 1 Odds and Ends in 1 I Children's $40 A Month Salary. Soutfiern Railway : Shoes i At 50 and 75c. Former Price 75c to 1.25. ol i to-nig-ht y, I m SEVERANCE A SONS. mmm.m.mmmmmmmmwm 1 hi & I - WE IIAbDLE ONLY HAID-HiD- E Through Cars Sar-gean- t's 1IES Made at our stole bv Jno A. llendren. Call and leave your order. 4. m J3. K. WEAREN & SON. CLEANING UP! Washington's birthday will probably remind. you that Winter is diawing to a cloao, and housecleaning time is cloce at hand. Comu in and look at our new Spring stock of Chinese and Japaneso mattings, in artistic colorings and designs, ami our handsome stock o5 carpets and rugs. They aro so reasonable in prlco there-ino use of putting down that, worn out carpet ngnin. s Walton's Opera FEB. 16. to-da- y Fields Hanson's MINSTELS. W. W. WITHERS, Stanford. - - Kentucky. Iirancli Store and Undertaking Outfit at Hustonvillc. Ky. Dl-neo- ti, Penny-backe- r, 38 "Mot 38 A and Hanln Line of Dress Complete lint" of Ms, .1 n Jiiht lterelved. SEE KI Dry Goods And Shoes. Rvury tiling New and Fresh I'rlce-- i ' - - Low. pig-head- MARK HSRDI1M. r.t-n- n 'yfmttlt i ,mJiBi.--- ' rtM, U iV fc A ? - .!,., ,,fc ,. J - rf 5SFW' i fr rn-r- Jsr-- - . W 5 THE INTERIORJOURNAL va.'bllola.taA.T-ia.eea.a.y- J LAND AND STOCK. J. 20 C. Lynn sold to John A. Wood 04 sheep nt S3. O. T. Layton bought of G. A. Slier a33.a3TrtAa.-vAT charged 83-- When not sopaldffiC.GO will e IMi . No No. No No! 23 24 26 23 TIKE Ml 4 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. p. Trains leare Stanford at 7: 10 a. in. and returning at s: 25 p m and 8.03 p. in. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Train going North m Lynn & Wood sold to Clcl Johnson, of Gnrrnrd, 20 calves at $12. T. J. Cnlton sold to J. C. Hays nine hclfci s and two steers at 813.10 The Uarrodsburg Democrat reports the sale of a bunch of hogs at 3.15. n Dr. C. Fowler sold to J. H. Baugh-ma90c. & Co., 400 bushels of wheat at Mark Hardin bought of Klndrlck Aicorn a bunch of 110 pound shoats at 2!c. G. A. Swlnebroad sold to various parties yesterday 50 stock cattle at 3i heifers at Hie. .. J PKIAnTTIfti.u The oldest church in Hopklnsvllle, the Century Baptist, has been sold and will be used as a laundry. A now Christian church In placo of tho old Mt. Morlah will bo commeuccd nt. Highland this morning. Communion services will be tield at tho Presbyterian church Sunday. Preparatory services will begin Friday . T.nr tntrT-xa-J IVLI1J1U1U I JjnjLIIDC THE - "Wll Mil TOLL-HOUS- E For SALE. Toll-Houso on privately the the Ottenholm Pike, near John O. Lynn's. W. T. TuCKHit. Lot contains half acre. President 05 2t I will sell Gun and Look Smith, 8TANF0UD. KY. LTpholMerlnir a specialty. H. D. PHILLIPS. reouble l AllklmUofrepilrloK done at rates hituKctlon-guaranteei- WEEKLY LOUIS 7LLLE DISPATCH. A Word To You. and Boar. " " " " " " " .. " ForalllPoIuts. South - 12 37 p m 3 13 a 111 12 10 1 27 p m RO'IOII TICKCTS SOU). UAC.OAUE CHECKED TH110UOII. For any Information enquire of JOE S. KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. VIA OEOUatTOWN. .v. 33 05 A. It. 200 20 0.10 I'M 1133 3 IS ' Jet. City. Arr Georgetown, Frankfort, o LTe. Somerset, Arl2 35 " 1131 Lt 9 S3 " F. M. A.M 820 630 300 6 30 0 80 AtWoodard & Shanklln's Lexington 505 horses brought 81u3,410, an average of 1S3. J. C. Havs sold yesterday five steers to John Slier at S1G and one heifer to J. W. Allen for $19. H. C. Allen recently sold I.j grade Antus steer calves to Jonas Well at $34. Georgetown Times. J. E. Lynn and George T. Wood bought of George S. Jones, of Pulaski, 90 short yearlings at 813. Five hogsheads of Spencer county to bacco sold In Louisville at SlU.-- o, $13.25, $15.75, 817.75 and 820. to4ic. sale at J. F. Ware has sold 100 lambs to J. C. D.UEKCAW.G.F, A. C. Johnson for 20th of July dellvqry at 5c Harrodsburg Democrat. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Pierre Lorlllard has decided to give Trains pass Junction City as follow: 3 81 p m un nil TiIh turf Interests In tho U. S. - M.W No. 1 South .... 12 02 p in No. 2 North " In England. lJUinm " 4 "' No. 3 " 32am and to 6 1131am '"P"1 Voung Jim, by George Wilkes, No 5 " 6 00 a in 8 20 p ro "10 " No. 9 " No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further brought $775. and Dorsey, by Egotist, than Junction lily horse sales. ly race-exclusive1 8 40 Arr Paris Dally except Sunday 81,075. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. Burdett Brothers Raywlck, bought recently 2$ cattle weighing from 400 to 000 pounds at 815. Lebanon Enterprise. B. F. Robinson, of Garrard, shipped s of ho's to Cincinnati Fri two day and made 90c on them. He got 3 of car-load- at the Lexington to 3.90. ers, Seal, of Ohio, bought of C. C. WithJ. H. Crutchtleld, John Raney and others a bunch of SO to 110-pou- 6& POWDER Absolutely Pure roDt CO., Kt ROYAl BAKINQ , shoats at 3c. T. J. Curtis left Tuesday for Bloom-ingtoof mules 111., with two bought In this locality at 860 to $90. car-loa- n, YORK. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. ItnM.linL. AjFt OflcooTer McRoberts' Dru? Store in thel.Owsley 33Bik W. B. F3SXT2TT. ?eiit!st, : Office on Lancaster street at Residence. Stanford, x Ky. j.c.jtfcCtyUTV !. B lh Tho airreirate bonded dobt of the Tho. MclloUrts, Plain tirT, vs J. W Uuwt, At.. Defeiuk'iiM HUM of the United States isoverS00,- Co Iljr virtue of ft Juilgiueut of the Hoyle Circuit 000,000, and that of the cities of Eng thoalxireityleil caw, riiiilerilat tlieJau-uarCourt In land 81. 025.000.000. In tho last l. years OK STASrOKD, KY. term, ls97, thereof, I will, of American the Increase in the dobt rLHI'.UAHY 2lit, lsfs, ON MOMAY, S200.000 OC cities was $110,000,000 and those oi at H4 o'cleck, r. .. or therwlxiHt, twin; tlin first Paid up Capital, 17,603 80 ?505,000,000. tlay of lhi PeliriKrv teiai uf tlio llorlo Couiiljr Surplus, sold SO.OOO pounds of tobacco 9 to England the hUliwt aud lxst l.lililer. at pule Court), ll to dmir In the town - .totuallnrtl rO ft - ... .i llcoutcry llore 11 cts. Midway Clipper. John Moavon. the wealthiest mer of Danvftle, Ky., thoeoiirt lioii dwcrllKsl imirty, the following Is anno unced that James A. Mur chant of Hopkinsvllle, is dead. ft viz: M ! hVextcnt the .ount..f their n.tk therelu . phy will take Star Pointer and Gui. I. "aloe t ler,f, Inaddilion t llieat.iount , executor, ad- LAUNCHING THE BATTLESHI P. inepar ,,.,.-.neltc, one of the most promising canAnd Denier in Ituatpin Ilotleiountv Ky l'Irt tract Ucm rllx-Jfi didates for record honors next season, of the battleship as follows S4tii le alwiit two inlles fnim the town For tho launching inmi of IMnvllle, ami mi tliv turnpike road HARNESS, SADDLERY, &C. t) the Continent next fall and give "Kentucky" nt Newpott News, Va., the lMnvl)l to Stanfopl. and Iwiiniltsl on the imrth ly ed their l,u.l..c l?. 'V IrTwK side- - Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will make the turnptku mvl Iwnlliu from IMnvllle to a view of a high-clas- s STANFORD. KY. ufWIlfliini on the nonth the following round trip rates from points trr mid the lauds nsl lndinYeacr I'alirllle to UiK'aiui ainiti.-v.ufroiii by the turnpike wheeler. . . . Ymser nr m rr...l.n. named: Stanlrd,oii f thet-a- l by thelamWuf Win. .riMkt liv with toutid banking. ' K. is. watnen soiu to w. x. l,..iilu. '; .,.lri iMlala n.i.l ..n .llii iurkctohs. From Lexington. $12; Winchester, and Vernon; Frankfoit, the M.coiid. trait .herrin n...1 .;, trtlssl, ....1 -- t... of Lincoln county, one young Hereford Mt. Starliiii!. 51'-- ': Paris . j. J. v. ,",'v"'i,Cumu,, ' mm ,1. . ..!. huh 1111 J I... .itiin vcrvi, i rKMis AfTrHf ifr Aj ; ball for 8100. Tho animal is registered J12 75; Richmond, 512.23; Lancaster, low taiiuii Inml uti wtili Ii .1. W (iumt mid wlfn ro- sitlr'l ! January .'ml, T"!. h. I l.bii. ati.. .i mnnt.ha nlil. Tho calf Stanford, f K5.23, and correspondingly YT T T - T T T T T i.. William (iooflli, eeoiia trad ilwcruxsl .iiouovr suimie aooui Central Kentucky V.'-f8 J. i:mhry, 'iiitcr; p.wT375. ,,xh.iblted on the streets and rates from all other inllfi fruiii the totru ut l)auIIe and adjoint t'4 " J. K. Lynn. and Is Uninded on the THE POPULAR the tract above ! brought forth J. N. Menefee. nrriCKR. from cattle men many linvn linen made at the north by tho turni.lk . rad lsadl g from iMivllle i... i. ,...! .niu ill I.U fll tllVlllllIrA Vtllll KBOdtA Jt HU tllll'lV ' l a llII S'l lil. en- Hotels atNewnoit News and at Old Point leading S'CIl Danville"'HIHStanford, on the WW WW.; expressions or praise. S. H.ShanEi. Prtwldanl, from ,t"by ti which Is only a few mi es distant me iaiiu a'Hj.e nrpiritvti, ;; U.UU i.ii Cnmlorl, uiunisi 3 uir terprise. ' proiwrty or Iiornni and roiitaiutl acre and rod and connected by Electric Car Service liich ofMi-- two tranu lll le old In one bodv A big crowd attended county court t t tit f rrr tit tit tit tit tit tit tit ui r la ! fs f f ! f No other trip ever offered as many sou' 9 aUno will be yesterday and there were between 500 htirnng events ns does this ono. People asaulnde; the trait lint ilrarrllssla mini nutllclcnt first sold, and If It ilws not realize There from to ii iv the debts and coU In this milt, uninunltni; 000 cattle on the market. Keniucsy navu uiuiui:u trui-Mid will NATIONAL'BANK theti the "",,,,,i'u,"tw: and considerable demand for good cat- portunitv of witnessing combined Army to sM.WS.no, theealeof lioth said trmtiioM I sum of was Andiffruni fcl o( ! iI most historic spot in e'iA.'.HlOo it not reollrtl, thenj tho ucdcrslgued ' A11C OK STAN I OKI), KY. tle, but they were not as high as they and Navy life at the r will, United Slntes were January court, the highest prico the Surplus, 515.750 OK MONDAY, MAUCII lllh, 1MM, Think of it? The landing place of the Capital Stock SlOOJOOo! realized yesterday being about ic. Jamestown settlers, the Pocohonlns and , being tin- first llicrpulxiiit-Uct that I'. 1. railed Attention Hat"! The ruling prico for steerd was 4lc, Capt. John Smith incident, Cornwnllis at o'clock.Man M.,or of the Lincoln County t ourt, this Is the o( the public Hank, In to the Ii term Stanford. Un- day of the National iiroililuiis il Nat onal Hank Act calves 89 to 817. Miriendering hi3 Rritisli forces, the Imtt e M'll to tho hhiliestHiiil best bldilcr at public outcry , hinifoMitt rn.1 and Stanford, the cd ot o?.ly by the capital .lock, ;W i nrMifr stiilT was slow at 2 to 3c. Hors- - of the Monitor and Murrimac, and last, in front ottwo court bouo ln.Ilie town ufof laud, or der.l lor.'knatock holder.' llalilllty lor an amoimt deacrlbed tracts Ky., class, tho launching of Mimu-l- tinthe hut in tho same be hwciinry to piy and thereof ailiiay i es and mules were dull at any price. t ive aworn the most powerful battleship of our Navy, rjNe the balance due iipot mU xiim above on aro tecureil by a fund ot are made :: alter the sale of the two tracts of land In tl will be called 'Kentucky" -- Think and it U u Uh .sni.llllon ol the Hank (.overnment and It. Hole county tach to the United Stales tract ilcfcrllie.1 n fullows- Situate In Lin- aHei i?e cxamlnisl at Mated times by ttoi ernment pious old lady of Marblehcad had A llrst acres As soon as the date of launching is set coln canity, Ky , aud iTintaliilng additional and pcilect wtet. uu! I hi a husband who was a seaman. of Crab ifrdunl and in tied on, it will bogiien wide publicity run and lyiiiKator near the town Wilderness turnpike '"Thli'iusUintlon orWnally established a. the Oe sides .of the Ituateou . He was about to start on a protracted the naners Through sleepers will t i .ii.i.. .,.. i. i,' t. i. nrsT m then ro.lil, anil unjoins llic laiiiis tii ii. i 1119, I. II ol Stanford in A n.lKln voyage, and a3 his wife was anxious as from Lexington. For detail information Hronauxh, Charles Adam ami Ucorne James' no.lt Hank Hank ofbtaiilord in of btanford fMmml.- - T. or George W. Heirs aud Includes the lands iiiheritt-- by J. W, 2Sf'M lie National Hank to her husband's welfare, she sent the write or cal' on any agent, (nest from his father, Jacob (.nest. frflfsi. has had practically an uiilnterrupte.1 exist, D P A., Lexington, Ky. frccond tract deM.rils.sl as follows bltuate in Lininc.. year.. It l letler .upplle.1 now w U notice to the vlllugo preach- Harney, following and containing 15 IJOYI.K y Richmond Register. J. B. McFerran, Jr., led all the largo consigners at Lexington in the matter of average, his 32 head bringing an average of 847S. Farrls & Whitley, of Boyle, bought here yesterday SO calves and steers at 815 to 817 for the former and 4ic for tho latter. once the pride of Simon Mag Pierre Lorlllnrd's stable, has been bought by J. E. McDonald and will be shipped to Lexington for the stud. There are 46 tracks with records of 2:03 or better and 20 with records of o 2:03 or better. One hundred and records of 2:10 or have pacing better. The favorable conditions put many olows to work last week and all through region along the Q. & C. the blue-graa great deal of land was being made ready for corn. Carroll Reld's horses will be shipped from New Orleans to Latonla on February 15, where they will be rested up until the opening of the spring season on the local tracks. Enquirer. F. P. Bishop bought In the West End a lot of butcher cattle 3 to 3e and a bunch of hogs at 3 to 3Jc. He sold 100 ewes to Jumes L. Yantis for the return of the crop of lambs and wool this year. J. L. Cogar & Co., of this place, purchased 1,000 barrels of corn for which they paid 81.50. They also bought bushels of wheat at 90c. J. W. Par-rls- h 815,-305, two-year-o- ld twon-ty-tw- ss night. Nearly 100 have professed religion A Straight Democratic Newspaper. Endorsed by the last convention as the at Rev. John Lowry's meeting at MadOtllclal Oigun of Democracy. isonvillo, 51 of whom joined the MethSunday. odist church For the Free Coinage of Silver. Rev. Ben Helm is back from For the Chicago Platform. whore he held a meeting For the Democratic Nominees. For the InteieSt of the Mosses. which resulted in 30 conversions and sanetiflcatlons. There were 24 the last two days of the meeting. All the Latest Telegrnphic News. Prof. Robert Graham, of Kentucky All the latest State Newn. University, announced that ho will All tho Latest Market Reports. tender his resignation, tho samo to Correct Court Reports. Correct Market Reports. take effect lu June. He has been con- Reliable News Reports. Institution Honest Editorial Policy. nected oil aud on with the since the '50s. Weekly Digpntcli Rev. Isaac Yonan, the'Pcrslain who several times lectured here, has has And The received later information to tho effect that his father and brother had not Semi- Weekly Interior Journal, the Mohammet death at tho hands of Both medans, as was published some time Ono Year For Only $2.65. ago. Attorney General Crow, of Missouri, holds that it Is a violation of the State I The Daily law to have ounlls repeat the Lord's prayer or for the teacher to read the A METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER Bible In the public schools of that State. Thoroughly Equipped with If such is the law the Legislature ought Every Faculty to keep! you bo convened In extra session to re to dally posted upon all the peal it. events of the world Dr. Weaver has been pastor of the Chestnut street Baptist church of this 1 Daily,0.except Sunday, 0 months, 53, Dnilv, with Sunday, 0 months, ear city for over 33 years. Ho says the se- $4; 1 year, 5S. cret of a long pastorate is two fold AiUlra, THE DISPATCH, llrst to love your people and fcecond, Iniisrille, Ky. Dr. keen on studying your Bible. heus when Wnnrni. 4 n5 fresh first stepped Into tho Chestnut street pulpit. Baptist Recorder. Sam Jones, who says he makes 830,- "I think I owe Soldier. Citizen and Chrlsiala Patriot. 000 a year also says: my success as an evangelist to the lact Great now book for tlio people. Everythat I have something to say anil say where to n!iow sample p.pe mi I get up langunge. clubs. It. I use plain Anglo-SaxoI do say decay; I say rotten. I do not ExtraordlnaryLiboral Terms not sav penetrate, but pierce, ana i Money can bo nitile rapidly, uiul n vnt I don't don't say donkey, but jackass. one of uou t amount of good done In eirculntlng l say pandemonium, but hell. the noble-s- t liNtoric.il works publNhed du. .. :. i i uui, say 'homo oi tnc4goou, i.... i...n.... ring- the past tiunrtor of n cntury. ActNe rich harvest. Some are a fellow to tne agents bust now retiplug a selling over it 1OT And I always liken workers nre of our thing he is most like, whether ho be books a week. Mr. A. O. Williams, Jack.son county. Mo. like n hog, a dog, a fox or n 'cunk worked four duvs and a half and secured 51 The plain truth plainly spoken, is, i orders. Ho nulls the lok to nltnost every J.J. Mason. Mucogeo think, the most omnipotent thing In man ho meets. )r T.'O copies the llrst Ave county. La., sold tho world." II. C. Sheets. Palo Pintlnvs ho canvassed. Rev. Win. May. who lives near Per- - to county Tex., worked a few hours and 10 copies, mostly morocco ryville, and is S7, has 12 living chil- soldlltinnn, Gaston county, X. binding. J. C. made a 11. n and 17 great- months' wages In three days eauwisslng for dren, 4S Callahan this book. S. grandchildren. He has been proclaim- - Tex., Is selling M. While. the rate of county, HI cobooks at .Metn- imr the posoel according to the pies a week. odlst doctrine for 50 years, and has ncv- - The work contains biographical sketches HeneraN, u vast ninount er accepted one farthing for his servi of all the leading of historical matter, and a large number of Illustrations. It Is u ces. During nis ininisicritti tmcu u beautiful gentlemen grand book, ami Indies married over 2,100 couples, and has can give all or any part and their tl'jio towho has tho of himventured on the matrimonial wave canvass are IhiuiiiI to make Immense sums self three times. Tho old man was of money by handling It. showlug tho differAn elegant prospectus, never on a railroad train in hla life, ent styles of binding, sample paces, and all will preferring horseback as a means of material necessarv to work with, magnltl-cle-bo of 50 cents. Tho in that way once made a sent on receipt portraits, alone. In the prostravel and gallery of trip to Missouri and backi pectus Is worth double the money. Wo furnish it at far less than actual cost of manufacture, and wo would advNe you to For insomnia, use a hair pillow. control soda as order quickly, and get exclusive For sour stomach, as much of tho best territory. Address KOYAL PUHMSHINO CO.. will lie on a nickle, In a little water, lllli and Main streets, Ulchuiond, Va twice a week. cupful of For a cough, the size of a hickory nut, butter '5 boiled together, and tho juice of one -' Ger-manto- Oet you rShavcs and Haircuts at Ulake-tnoru'- tt and ll.irber Shop. He Is tho slickest 0l Tlio crnck bnrlwr. is now buck nt his old best barber In Crab Orchard. Ky. ii ready to Htiind lu Mm. Hglierl'h hhnvo nnd Inilrcut. All give wu n llM-eltineeillug work should en on mm- no is Bluo-CrassSosure to ilea so jou. Crnh Orchard, Ky 03 100 bushels striped bluosgniss seed and extra Poland China lNnr for sale A. W. CAUPENTEK, Mllledgevllle. utore-riMMss od UOBEKT FISH, Dnrs Trouble In de Lnn'. All All All All All HOrNI) TO SELL, Oliver Plows, Clover Seed. , Seed Sowers, Harness, Steel Itanges. All thoe good, cheap suites of 1 urulture, All ou people remember me. I) S. OAKI'ESTpK. Hustouvllle. those thoso those those thoso NOELcS6SON, -- Detileis In- - Coal, Corn And Hay, Order Olllco und Teed F.xchiinge nenr Iltill-roa- d Crossing. Detxit St., Mnnford, K .1 . Mlgglns' Co.il Yard. Mill St.. Ititel Jrin I stand. !?ntlsfiictlou Uuiitnnteed. The KL0NDYK6 Opportunity of Your Life ' ! A flrst-cla- s, m na or mile Ulcht nt homo for tlio rlglit man mv Coal nndl'eed Plants lu htanford. Ky. The finest opening for a young business tlio man ever offered. My win Is wedded tot run L .t N. It. H. Co. ami the old man Can 'll,a l':icJ' alone. Come uud see mid I 50 Mill with Elevutor. lino Itesldenee mill ntiK'k of wheat and rorn for wile Mill running V barrel llourlng terms. 01 At the olllco of Noel & Son, mllfinir business. " u''"l' near Depot. address. full time nnd dUtoslng of entire out jiut nt satisfactory prices. The pi nut miotihl be III Ui' sold tit ft seen to lie 'iiptireoluted. bargain. Ill health force me lo quit the Terms easy. C. O. Dispatch TINNING IIIU1 J. T. Jones, VANAltIALK. Iluslouvllle. Ky Call on or & PLUMBING, STANFORD. KY., Plumbing Is now prepared to do all kinds ofo f Dean Tl, ning. Sole .proprietors II ack Dlamonu nooi .,""i V. . .J-IShop on Mil si .. ll 20. residence g'tf & Co.' Mill Haughnian I. FIRE INSURANCE E Notice To Claimants. ...i..... ...... ...fit ilixiutv eollec- over to me by order of collet tor. tor. turned soUeil b him at 1 Slneie Harrel Shot Oun In Ows. an Illicit distillery on '' lev count v. Ky.. No one t ltllle. eUed liv lilmnt an illicit ill.. K in..... .... (M.iv.r lnrk. Harlan comitv. laws violation of Internal revenue .,... all for Notice N hereby plion to anj imr. to .lalinlne fitld protH-rt.,!. ii... .ii.. .i...ir ...Vtlr.. nf said claim with tho re quired nd with me within 30 das ml" date, or miiio will be J. ' according to law Utst . ....It......... stli I ... . ..I Murelnnd. K ii. 50. . Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. to-da- y - lso:. lu the county of Lincoln. Mnteof Kentucky,of near n O. K. iHHtofMco and on the promN- irelied one C.ipiwr Mill, Kasiwrelts. aud on the 13th dt.j of June. and OntheMhdavof 1 DeoemlKT, ller-mn- - . ... GEN. R. E. LEE. Caledonian : Insurance Co., of Scotland. KOUNDKD IrsOC. ltTl W-"- R.B.MAHONY.Agt., bTANUOllti, KY. -- .,-- ..r ) n fr-i- M-- )"$.! 1 J. n. 1). to. T. SUTTON, Undortukor, - h.. Jail. lus Hustonvillo, .Kentucky nfW'rst Mucoid VJ AC.SINE. 1i:alur In t.l. unlM I.. th snd CaM-- cuuntu-- . lull .lock eH.Iw.Tioli nana.Manager. Cartwnlcr. of Colfiu.snd Ca.k- - T. L. SHELTON, HOW LAN I). KY., Has Gone Back into tho Coal .liuhincss. grand-childre- SASH AND DOORS, STANFORD, KY. And will keep constantly on hand tne Jell!'. co, rails iirniicn nnu owier mv ......- ask tho patronage or the puuiic biuiiii ru - i... ...... iiruers with .i IIIVIIUS niw wont foil. fun J. II Illggiu. which will receive prompt at tention. ' .' full-pa- ge LOUISVILLE4 HOTEL Louisvillo, Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN in The Ladies Kestauraut is the finest the city. Every convenience for Indies spending the day In the city. Genllenen's Cafe on otllce lloor. Mason Hotel MIW. U.I). SIMPSON, Pror.. : firHt-clas- lncaster, tneot trnltiM Kentucky. s. nt Newlr furnished, clean beds; splcndul Portera tabic. Everything 89 H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., one-ha- lf mo-lasse- s, THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Manager. Sunday Music - Tuosdav, ThursiLty and Evening. lemon. ClhCUIT COUKT Farmers Bank&Trnst Is Receiving his Fall And AVintcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give John V. 1,-2- i0 llima Call, ..- Two Tracts of ami Castlkuam. .0. I.AJ1IUX. d . . I ... 51-- jfrj?rj'ftt?'f'tffftftjtfjltjfftjfj itft ?3 rb&lkrh "I- .1 1- -'; . 1 ..... m BlSa !oo . J- - 1 -.- - "l",hC' INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. .1 - I iTeaehr-rsvllle- ; V J JVfTyy t i.. Ish-.- , C ninH?o 'N- - B3RBEEZ CQSTLEHM. MANALKiLS, I IV BJS.II tt tf?HHo au-ii- ' '"'' Commerce Building, Louisvillo Agents Throughout Iho outh. T ii"itH,,,,,,,,,, - ln-lan- d t i'f :'' I:: FIRST "W. A. THIBBL2J, Iical Agent, CoiiiiiiK-Ioue- !:: I Stanford, Kentucky. 37tf 1 - AW i 7T...- - tf . ,..... ii.Jfc j.i.r.ir, ., It!! - men-tinn- eanU,e.k 24 HOURS ?kMtMtlt: .VWPl - I:: I:: I - alKiiit-J'- UJ.J.J.: A57TTiJiiij.ts I i i i Wl.v w er: , a ' Ihlcuao. "Mr. Blank, who Is going to sea, his S... ThlfHnlf: . A JU e'.f.Ml II. IIACIIV. wife desires tho prayers of the congre'Vsjiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir gation." - i. Um!L.UJL. t. t. L. ml t. U 0 pj'Jr.,,..".f7Tt'..TTlT.f.tTtTl,' As the old lady wis quite Illiterate, tjf & the minister read the following tc tne is ttf)f 1i4"iT?,ki?ti"iMi"i? & congregation from the slip handed him: 20 J? "Mr. Blank, who is going to sec his $&&& wife, desires the prayers of the con- 27 gregation." v.x-.a-I- m ::: i:i rt' Mo i I I FEBRUARY. We Tli r Vr T U 4 a 1 I I I I i o 12 I tjtttjf 4 iiiiii tjttfjf 'If 7 I I U) 1 11 I i ! 14 21 28 H5 I 7oTi7 I I is W m 26 22 1 23 I 1 24 g acn-- and coln county, Ky , an-same land comoyrd to defendtnt .1. W. Ouest Coiuiulwloyer of the Lincoln Circuit by the Court on Mi.tlf oi II W. Karris' Heirs. alcs will lo made on rrtsllt of fi and TKHilb, 12 month-'- , eii.il payments, and tho purclia(r will to execute IiouiU with npproitsl ninety payable to the unilerilKatsI, hating loree uud eltect cf a judgment, and UarhiK Inlereot from dsy ot a'.o until paid, at Cperieiu er anniini, and with iletiretalued on the proiorly as additional securi ty "or the payment uiercui. Tne amount to bo raised by the fair, Including Ma-doliere-iulre- ' CHAS, C. FOX, Mailer Com'r Lfoj K-- Cir. Court The 1'loriilu St New Orloittm l.iniiled trains of the Quoon & CrOSCOnt ROUtO f"" through toJnckHOnvllleuiul New Orlenns in 'J I hours from Cincinnati. These fnt trains tiro of tho fluent type, luxuriously lilted, uud running on a peri,cUlS for twuMCllug bu.liusis proinplly fect road-beround, trip thaiiVver lieforeln Its long and honorable clw, Arwmiti of Individual., fiduclarie., firm, on Winter Tourist Low North, tickets Mile throughout tho Individual, solicited. atd An elegant Horvicoof Cnfo, Parlor, nnd nlHKCTORSDou-hl- o W. " JJiSur.tera ObHervntion Cnra on these trains, J. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; dnily train service " T Harris. " ' T.1,11111. " " . V. A.Trlbble. ' Write for infcrmntlon to W. C. Hinearson, V. I. iva'ioi't J II.ColHcr.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller. Mt.crnon. (Icn'l PnssV Ag't. Cincinnati, O. M, i), Elmore, ataufortl. Send 10 cents for line Art colored Litho orrtCKRS. graph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka- J. J. Mcltoberts Cashls Prcsideut J ' S Uicker. McKlum, Anl.tanlCiuliIf r. l numb"' A A. nl !, la I - jMj.isj jjjuemm- - rju-jj..- ; tm