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G.MulllnsNTTiTFe appointed post- V. II. Lackey bought a horse of Tho Trinity Methodist churoh in electric light- -, railroad facilities and master at Bryantsvllle. r f Luuttsvllle will bo torn down and a $(K),- - Clayton Wost at $i(). her hnndsome old bachelors. Miss Garrett Terhune, aged ."m, died in John Groenloaf, of Richmond, bought Georgia McMillan, of Richmond, iruvo OOObulldlnK erected. That is the people arc Breaking for Mercer county of appendicitis. u Catholic lVlest V. J. Donnolloy died a dozen Minorca chickens of R. L. two recitations which wore highly apA white coon was caught for $12. nt Georgetown of injurh'8 received plauded. Miss Amanda Anderson, who by F. B. Lucas near Mlddleburg. L. F. Hubble has boon attending managed alighting from train. while the allair. deserves great Perkins, a Madison county postolllcc, court at London. MUs Fannie Collier credit for her constant ellorts to make The railroads havo made a will be dlscontlned after the 23th. Most people wait for to improve tuide but I make "seasons" by reducing rate to tho Southern Baptist conven- entertained a few friends on Wednes- it a success. G. W. Smith has been appointed tho price of goods. Heginning on the loth I have marked theui down so low that Norfolk, Vu.. In day night. tion whichaineclH at you can load yourselves down with but a little outlay. I take all kinds of proj postmaster at Flat Lick, Knox county. Maria Yantls, colored, u sworn out MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, May. duce at the highest price in exchange for goods. What do jou think of n a seduction The cases airainst the L. A: N. on tho warrant ngulnst Leavcl A panic was caused in the I'rosbytt-riaAtlanta bachelors have organized a long and short hand clause aro on trial Schooler, a prominent colored barber. I Oc, church. Owensboro, by 40c Double Width Calicoes, 3 I -club against marriage. Any member at Lebanon. Thursday. who ll(liiitf from roof. Women fainted, but Tho trial Is lixed for Forty-Hvmarries will be lined $1,000. indictments have been re Men's Suits at SI 2"), tip. Shoes, 33c. Hats 23c. 18 pounds Granulated Sugar, SI. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes, of Lounobody was hurt. Miss Louettle Masonhclmer, young- - turned at Harrodsburg for violation of Arbuckles Cofleo at 10c. Levorings Coilec at 9jc. Sugnr Gorn at 7Jc can. Peaches will preach at isville, are expected here Saturday to Hev. G. II. Turner at 10c and soon. These arc only samples; everything else in pioportlon. Come and est daughter of Mrs. Margaret Mason- see for yourself. Walnut Flat Sunday tnornlnjr and visit relatives. Mr. Ed Ross Is on tho helmet-- , nnd Mr C. T. Duncan, were tho local option laws. JACOB HUMMELSTEIN. At Shawnee, Tenn.. seven miles from Hue Front, Main Street, McKinney, Kentucky. nlpht. His conjjrcRntlon are jilail to Hick list. George T. Mason, of Chica- married this morning. Advocate, Feb. Middlesboro, Phil Brown shot and kill know that ho will serve them another go, Is tho guest of his brother, W. B. 1(1. ed Henry Gilbert on account of a dent. Mason. year. Lu-l- a Miss Lottie Long has been appointed Rejorts from Frankfort point to a Jonathan Robinson, 11), and Miss At a luasa meeting of hlu fellow Eaton. 12, were married at Hum-bol- by Judge Sauiley the otlicial stenograI'. St. reduction In freight rates, which means held at Olathe, Kan., John Turn. Both are In good circumJohn, the former prohibition governor, cheaper coal and better prices for our stances and thus it seems to be a case of pher of the Mercer circuit court. Har-- To the Mill of- rodsburg Sayings. There Is also propects of waf- roundly denounced for Bltfnlnjj a products. A dispatch says that Deputy Colleccheaper school books, which has also true love. whisky jHUltlon. Miss Mary Allen, of Shclbyvllle, a tor R. M. Coleman destroyed two Illicit Dr. II. Allen Tupper la preachlnjr to gladdened the hearts of the oppressed cousin of James Lane Allen, was marstills, copper worms and complete out crowded houses In his church at Mont- - people. s:i memOne republican asked another tho ried last November to Curl Hahn at fits, near Livingston. A large quanticlalr, N. J. Ho has received Stanford, Ky., Manufacturers of and Dealers in Cincinnati and the secret has just ty of beer was confiscated. bers into the church since he took other day what committee our repre- leaked out. Jos. F. Oldham, an old Confederate sentative, Mr. Mnrsco, is on In the Legcharge last May. It was shown In two divorce cases at soldier, died in Madison, ne married revival conducted by Hev. Up- islature. He was told that ho Is on Prestonburg The thai the husbands hud endike at Portsmouth, O., closed with Military Atfalrs, when ho said that he tered Into agreement each to court tho a daughter of Harvey Ellison, of RichShipstuff, Corn Chop, Hay, Seed Oats, Coal, Ac. mond, and she and one child survive. This must be guarding a tollgate, as nobody 15U mlilltlons to the church. wife and manufacture, Frances, little dnughtcr of Mr. and had heard from him since he has been other's makes over 000 additions to the church for divorce. Mrs. John H. Jackson, of London, died In Frankfort. In tho past four years. In New Jersey there are 17,f)23 more a few days ago and was burled at DanLetcher Owsley Is sick, either from has Just passed Rov. GcoreeDarxlo native born girls than boys, and about ville, the former home of its mother. Anv day. Where? At your home in biscuits made of our Hour. So bring us your tttu'Yttli iinnlviimnrv as nastor of the tho accident with which he met not wheat and jzet 35 pounds of our "Alpine Snow" Flour and 10 pounds of or 37 of the voting population Dora Clay, the general's wife, saved pounds of tlour for every bushel of wheat. You cannot make a mistakeIirnn, trying by Christian church at Frankfort. Dor long since, or from tho unmerciful are bachelors "of the confirmed kind." life of Roy Fatherglll, whom Will this tlour as we will guarantee every pound of it Take it and try it and if you are Inir his pastorate there has been added Hogging which tho old maids gave him To correct the state of things, a bill is the Bryant tried to shoot, by jumping be- not satisfied bring the Hour back and we will give you your wheU back. Is not this on Monday night, when thoy caught to the church 81 tl members. pending in the Legislature to tux bach fore fair enough? Also, we make the best granulated com meal to be had and take Elder Joioph Hallou will jiroach iu him behind the scenes rojwrtlng tho elors $2 each a year, but It wont work. cape. the pistol nnd enabling him to esfor grinding and will give the same guarantee we give on our flour, r tho Christian church Sunday morning proceedings of their convention for the Those who enjoy the delight of bacheTho deaf of Kentucky, and more paron "Unlit" and at nlht on "Law." Central Record. lorhood wont give It up for a measly ticularly those having attended the Tho disappointed In tho Ho extends a cordial Invltatlou to the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Dan light are anxious to see a jwlitloian who $2. members of the Stanford bar. Matrimony has been full of knots to ville, will hold a reunion next summer will do what he promises to do, as they We will take all kinds of farm products in exchange for coal, and since the winte Editor Pendleton, of the ChrUtlan Mrs. Harrison Slse, qf Ft. Scott, Kas. at tbc'close of the school term, Juno has been so mild we have contracted for more coal than wc should have and now Guide, wants to be one of tho 70,000,J claim that tho man who had the fay on Twice has she been divorced from Mr. 10 to 12. must sell it Regardless .Of Cost. We make a market for your wheal, hay 000 who will eat no wheat bread till the apRlutment, had promUod each of Sise. and then sho decided to try and The Richmond board of health has and corn, &c, bv exchanging it for coal and we must dispose of our coal in this maryounn Mr. Lelter, who Is cornerlnjr them the place. Breaking promises Is Slse him up once more, but tho result You Now is the our the ket ordered a wholesale vaccination of her timeintoreturn.coal andwill always findfarm prices lower thanyou getlowest. with plowing. characteristic of most oliticlans, tho was tho same. bring iu your products before haul busy wheat, Is "reduced to jwverty." The third time, how- citizens and tho police have been noti- Give us a trial. At Jelllco, Tenn., a Bible Institute only exception I know of being In the ever, did not charm the judge who fied to keep a sharp eve on all persons Amonj,' pei son of Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. H- will be held February B CO., KY. heard her plea for separation. Ho coming from Middlesboro and other W. B. Crump-ton- , same old house in which James The the bHjakors will be Dr. thought she had had divorces enough. points where there is small-poof Georgetown; B. A. Dawes, of Wllmot kflled his wife, mother and two J. S. McKlttriek. a clever farmer of An Assyrian, whose American naire Louisville; W. II. Brummett andll. 11. daughters, with an ax, In 1SI2, was the McCormacks section, was married is Mike Gcoree, was instantly killed on burned on Wednesday. John Ycakey Hlbbs, of Wllllambburtr. Tuesday to Miss Mattle Stlgall, sister Col. Jnck Chlnn's farm. He was asHev. W. II. Folts, a free will Baptist, was residing on tho premises and, I of R. W. Stlgall. The ceremony was sisting in cutting down a tree, and who has been holding a protracted underhlaud, lost nearly all his plunder. said at Elder S. M. Rankin's residence when it fell he ran In the wrong dl For Ids wants and Informs his better half meeting at Loltohlield, married a young It will be remembered that Mr. Wll- by that gentleman. The bride is said and one of the limbs crushed his to buy his girl there last week, and Monday wa mot 's two sons made their escape and to be a splendid woman, while all who skull. tnUoil for bliramv. His other wife ho hung himself In the barn. The Jesse Singleton, who is charged with know Mr. McKlttriek will agree with house was on the premises of J. V. us lives In Randolph county, Ark. e a better man can hardly be breaking into the distillery that The Mlddleslwro Herald says Rev. S. Cook, about three miles from town, and found. of H. L. Tate, near Brodhcad, was arM. Logan Is proving himself to bo an Is wild to bo nearly 100 years old. Mr. Claude L. Prultt, an excellent rested at Lexington by Deputy U. S. AVKniinn! thinker, very clear In state Tho examining trial of Win. Buck young gentleman of tho West End, and Marshal Austin nnd held ovpr to the From us. Merchant Tailors. Fancy Socks. ner. colored, charged wild stealing a ment, and his points are easily jrra-eMiss Rosa B. Harper, an accomplished Federal court In $200, which he failed Stacy Adams' Fino Shoes. All over preached here shotgun and obtaining money under and attractive young lady of the same to give. No one has good things come from who has proved himself a hotter teach- fraudulent pretence, was conducted by section, were married at Mrs. M. L. Jesse Lynch was bound over to tho Judge Burnside on Tuesday. He was Harper' on er. the Kith. We have no United States court by Commissioner Bro. Creech at Willow Springs told held In a bond of $200 to answer the particulars of the wedding with which Moore at Williamsburg after a week's first, and $100 to answer the second his church "that If all tho Lynch is accused of to make an extended notice, so will Investigation. DANVILLE, KY. and lying tongues of tho members of charge. Ho was unable to make tho have to simply join with their many forging a name to a registered letter Willow Springs church were cut bonds and was sent to jail to remain un- friends in congratulating the pair on receipt at tho postoftice there last Octho out there would not bo enough tongues til circuit court. City Marshal Walk- taking a step that must prove mutually tober and obtaining a letter that hud Tho name er received a letter from Paris stating beneficial and happy, since they are so S150 in it. left U) sing the doxology. R. II . 1'. that ho Is wanted there under another worthy of each other and so calculated should be Sodom now. Alvin Overstreet,the sanctified MethS. Grlnstoad's subjects for name to answer the charge of grand to find In ono another the fullest real- odist exhorter, who killed Fred Knight Rev. W. with an nx handle last Wednesday, was Sunday are: "Tho One Thing Need- larceny. ization of matrimonial bliss. Miss Sophroula Fox Smith, aged 24 given an examining trial nt Nlcholas-vlll- o ful," In tho morning and at night, "JeHL'BBLE. and was promptly acquitted of the sus as a Joy Bringer." Ho will preach years, died of lung trouble nfter a proMy stock of Ladies' Shoes yet comprises many at 3 o'clock in tho afternoon to chll. tracted Illness on Wednesday morning. J. S. Minor, of Louisville, is visiting charge of murder. Overstreet, who Is Funeral services will be conducted by related to a number of people in this of the Choicest Things of the Season, in dron and young peopleon "The Little his son, Ed, at this place. Foxes." Thirty minutes of Sunday Elder George Gowen today, Thursday, Dr. Herring reports Mrs. William county, says ho thinks he committed no sin in killing the man. evening's service will bo devoted to at 11 A. M., after which tho body will Blanks very low with pneumonia. be Interred in Lancaster Cemetery. It BOng. G. A. Swlnebroad bold his crop of It has been estimated that there aro Is said that she contracted a cold by beIMC clover seed to his neighbors at $.'l per between 130 nud 20p women who aro McKINNEY LADY MACCABEES. ing exposed to tho violent rain on tho practicing dentistry in the United In all the popular lasts. But they must go be- last day of our stock fair, as sho was bushel. A hive of tho Ladlos of the MaccaWesley Sutton had a fino young maro States. the picture of health to that time. She cause bees was organized at McKlnnoy on was Tho largest room In tho world under a member of thp Christian church, to rear up In the cart as thoy came Com. Lady Feb. 10th by Dun. Sup. from Stanford Monday evening and fell ono roof and unbroken by pillars is at adovotud ulster, an obedlont daughter Kathorlne Roso, of Blue Lick Hive, and a St. Petersburg. It is 020 feet long by favorite In tho social circle. She and killed herself. Junction City, with the following corps was bright, A good many cattle sales have been 120 feet in breadth. beautiful, gifted and Inteliji of olllcors: That is in them and tho room they occupy. Pri- - tij A walnut tree on the farm of Thon as ligent; and, by faith, tho loved ones made in this locality by different parPast Lady Commander, Mrs. Annie who linger ft) irji hero can see her elothod In ties, and tho only way to note the price Mlddleton, near Shclbyvllle, was sold ces reduced as follows: Duddcrar. to a German syndicate for $000, It will Immortal and Incorruptible, slng-iti- g lately is that they sold high. A. the Lady Commandor, Mrs. Ellle John Lowls Yeakey's house caught bo used to make furniture for royal anthems of praise, with myriads of (; Baugh. fire from the kitchen Hue Wednesday f imilies. angels, around tho great white throne Com., Mrs. Bottle OwIjidy Lieut. and burned, together with the conEdna Wallace Hopper, tho actress, of God. :: ens. y The Old Maid's Convention on Mon- tents. No one was at homo except Mrs. got hopping mad becaiiso sho couldn't !W All S2J5 and S2.5Q oods can now be had for 52 Lady Record Keeper, Miss Florence til- take her $10,000 dog Into tho Holleuden IIfill and our 2 line drops to $1.50. day night was a howling, chattering Yoakey and her little children. A These are not :I Tanner. ing Hue was the cause. Hotel, Cleveland, and went to another success, the amount realized being i Lady Finance Keeper, Mrs. Jonnio Slltl). old tyle, shelf-wor- n goods, but brand new and This community regrets the sad death hostelry. Tho crowd was estimated at i L. Alford. of Miss Froniu Smith, of Lancaster, It is estimated that over SO tons of : about 500, tho tickets being only 25 and the best the land affords. Mrs. Dr. Estos. Lady Chaplain, Ho cents. The young ladles, one and who had many warm friends here. The diamonds have been unearthed in the Lady Sorgcant, Miss Annie Taylor. Moore, who South African fields during the lust 18 all, acquitted themselves in a highly untimely death of Miss :?. Lady Mistress At Arms, Miss Alice was injured at the Danville A, years. These represent a total valuo creditable manner. Experience has iv ill Gooch. Is the subject of general regret. o. 8230,000,000. taught mo bettor than to say thnt one .' Lady Sentinel, Mrs. Laura O. Tan-jieTho question of moving tho public While in u trance a young New lady did bettor than another. It Is not school-houshere from tho colored Yorker kissed his landlady, but that polite, and, besides that, I am not seekLady Picket, MUs Annie Routon. ing a difficulty. I might say that Mi&ses village in which it Is now located, is didn't prevent the husband of thut In mov- worthy from bringing Our organizer, Mrs. Roo, Is a most Nellie Marrs, Altle the kisser to his Marksbury, Pattle being agitated. It will result cxcolleut lady, an earnest, energetic Beazley, Lou Grant, ing the old ono or nssesslng a tax to senses with a largo club. Grace Klnnalrd, worker and enthusiastic LadyMacca Ada Farm, Eliza of Joe Holeeheek, who was to have beeu Lusk, Mattlo Elkln repair it with n new roof and coat w bee. In loving commemoration of her together with some improve- hung at Falls City, Neb., for wife murand others did remarkably well, but paint, to our noble and her untiring devotion build- der in a fow days, cheated the gallows thoro is no use in saying so when tho ments about tho well and yard One more lot o. cause and unceasing olTorts In our be. ings. by hanging himself in his cell with a did as well. They woro the coslmlf. wi call our hive Roao Hive. At others towel and handkerchief. tumes of long ago nnd tried to appear At Lagraugo, a S'3,000 estate hna A Western man has Invented our second meeting we wero honored old, although many of them a aro quite contested will. Jesse Potts left all to with tho presence of Miss Calvert, La young. Their thrusts cradle, hi which a spring mo at the old bach- his widow, who was hls second wife, dy Com. of Blue Lick Hive, who ren elors and their mooting iu convention and as he had no children, 23 nieces tor is attached to a reciprocating arm dered us valuable assistance, in tue kept the audience In an uproar of and nophows contoud there was uuduo at ono, end of tho cradle, which is piv nnrhon of our Past Com., Mrs. Annie laughter. After passing To bo given away with each 25c worth of through the Inlluonco which made him glvo a new oted in its frame and moves with tho Dudderar, Rose Hivo has the honot rejuvenating machine, tho arm. voting1 ladies comer Into bis family all, and leavo his and distinction of having as a member Tim Began, for whoso capture moie danced tho Virginia Reel and around blood kin nothing. the oldest Lady Mnccaboo In tho State tho May polo. This was conducted than S 1,000 roward has been offered, bv of Kentucky. John Bowman, a liveryman at Charl- was landed at Columbus, O. Ho is Miss Mary Mlllor, and was exceedingwanted iu more than 100 cities from Frank Ritchie, of Logansport, Ind., ly beautiful. The convention is repre- eston, S. C, lias gotten so religious Soap sells six cnks for 25c the. Atlantic to tho Pacific coast and he Wo will give you n Imuihome iiUturo worth 73;. Uabbltt's fell heir to $.,000 and proceeded to get sented as National and the sccrotary, that ho will not hlro his rigs out to is wanted and Is tho best soap made. ut Slug Slug prison in New drunk and have a time. He engaged Miss Eliza Lusk, announced that thoy parties attending hops or theatres. York, where he still owes three years' closed up tight on in a bar room fight and was fatally shot had been asked to meet at Bryants vlllo, Ho keeps his stable & 7HTKINNEY. service. Mu wood, Stanford and other Sunday?. Hubble, by an old friend. An OtbGr RTCgIK &t McKlT)r)CU ,' "seiv-ons" r El-kl- half-grow- n 11 oiio-fiit- o Mb Hummelstein's Bargain Counter. Worsted, i I iron-wor- k to-da- 2c' o cltl-7o- n, d, FREE TURNPIKES! - J J. H. Baughman & Co., Wheat is Worth $1 Grain, Fancy Flour, Cora meal, Bran, Per Bushel one-sixth one-thirtie- ost-otllu- o L'0-2- o. J. BHUGHMHN STANFORD. x. Giving Orders! rec-tlo- n, ware-hous- Neckwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, w t d. talo-tattlc- rs The Globe, J. L. Prohman & Co., " i CHEAP SHOES. WALK I & HANDTURNS SHOES, ENGLISH . i; i n j I I NEED THE MONEY k HIIS3.50& 3 GaoasGD ni E2.SQ. toll-gat- e, H, J. McROBERTS. m I r. e self-rocki- Handsome OilPaintings B. T. ; Babbit's Best Soap. HIGGINS i n n ii dn if tU. i.Ji.J ti hm ; 1 it It V r hi. ;8 p. f if to v There, is one amendment to tho con- bo much use to him. W. II. Miller and terrific ex went down would bo adopted with a John Colley No one has to lower Casoy tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL plosion which completely wrecked wa- stitution that voters had a chnnco nt it, last week. their business been able to whoop if the battleship Maine, thon in Cuban was. thoun learn what tho country Tues- and that Is that tho Legislature shall some think John was looking for u ters, was flashed over day and sent a thrill of horror through ttcot only onco In 10 years, tho session wife. nro very much mistaken when Yon Ky.. Feu iS. iSgS every heart. It occurred at 0:10 and to continue not more than 10 minutes. Stanford. you think Dr. W. L. Lowdur is ignorLoulsvillo Post. while there are suspicions of foul play, ant of tho ways of the world. Ho Is Mr. Bryan conveys tho very sad now well informed on matters pertaining Capt. Sigsbeo asks that public opinion . W. P. WALTON. medicine. He the world be suspended until a full investigation to the Legislature that he will not be to addicted toas well as of whisky and is tho use can bo had. The report says that 203 able possibly toncenpt Its Invitation to when under Its influence is capable of Though adversely reported by tho sailors ore drowned or missing. Strange address tho body, as his engagements any thing irrational, and it is a great committee, Representative J. R. Mount to say only two of tho officers were in are many and pressing. Senator Fora-kc- pity too- Asido from drink the doctor of Ohio, who was also Invited to is u good sort of fellow and stands high made a fight on the lloor for his bill jured, most of them being ashore. NaKvery person, mnle or femnle, ultrlnk hair, nnd gives nn abundant nnd slossr in his profession. of poll tax a req- val officers doubt the accident theory address the Solons has not been heard from Imlilncst. It ndi! to the nppcarnucc growth. Those who are threatened wlllt to make the payment of brc nnd it n erioui discomfort. The nppronchlng baldness will be IntcrcsMd uisite for voting, and succeeded in hav- and Spain will be asked for a state- from. J. C. Lynn bought yesterday a bunch caes nrc rare when the falling out ol the in the following voluntary statement, hair may not be Mopped, nud n new nnd made by Alderman Giceti, ol Spencer, Gov. Bradley's banquet to tho mem- of yearling cattle at $23 and some sheep ing it advanced to its second reading ment. The Maine, which was one of healthy growth of the hntr promoted. The Iowa, lie writes: S.J. hair grows In the ncnlp like n plnut in the and made a special order for 11 o'clock the finest of tho U. S. navy, was 31S bers of the general assembly, tho off- at 31. " About four mouths ago, mv hair com. soil. If n plnut tlouruhei, It muat have There is every reason that tho feet long, 57 feet broad and had a icers of the two branches, the judges of constant attention: It must he watered meuced frilling out n rapidly that I regularly and find its food In the soil became alarmed, and being recommended of appeals, the circuit judge To tho Ladles' of Turnors-vill- o the court bill should pass. The time honored complement of 374 men. She cost where It Is tooted. It's so with the hair. Dr. Acr's Hair Vigor by n druggist, I Neglect is usually the hcglnnluc of, hold. resolved to try this preparation. I have and Vicinity. and is completely destroyed, and Commonwealth's attorney and the rule of no taxation without represen tiess. Dandruff is allowed to thicken on been now using It for three mpnths, nnd I hnll In the cnrlvprliig upon n Millinery is good and ought to be supple having burned to the water's edge and newspaper correspondents was ghen tation, the scnlp. The hair begins to loosen. The am much gratified to find that vty hnlr has He Shop In the home nthr T It. Louis. I lmvo calp loses its vitality. The hair, instil, eased falling out nnd also that hnlr which last night at tho Capital Hotel. mented by another, no representation sunk. ficicutly nourished, begins to fade nnd to had been turning grny for the past five secured the orvieo of MNs Alice Itooeh. tin parlor where exHrlencel trimmer, who will leave for fall. The instant need in such a case is years tins been restored to Its original Consul General Lee has asked the first received In the without taxation. People who desire some practical preparation which, sup. color, dark brown. It gives me much Cliicliiimtt nt n very early rtnte. to purehnso to exercise tho right of suffrage ought authorities at Washington for n naval punch was served. plying the needed nourishment to the pleasure to recommend this dressing." ii complete Hue of MylUli Millinery good. ncnlp, will feed the hair, give it strength, S. J. Gkken, Aldcruiau, Spencer, Iowa. surely to contribute the small amount court of Inquiry to ascertain cause of I earnestly solicit tlio patronage of my and so produce n strong and healthy NEWS NOTATION. BRIEF friend- nud neiu:iltitince.' growth. All this Is done by Ilr Ayer's Those who nre Interested In preserving against their head," for the explosion. The opinion prevails that 'assessed Hair Vigor, the most practical and vnlui-bl- nud benutllyiirg the hair wilt do well to ltespeetfully, LEWIS. IlETTIK Brownsof the government they seek tho vessel was blown up by n Spanish support preparation for the hair that can be scud for Dr. Aver Curcbook, A story of James Skaggs Is In jail at Tnrnersvlile. Kv obtained. It tones up the scalp, docs n way cures told by the cured. This book of loo to control. The law works admirably, torpedo, and if it prove true, this coun- ville, charged with "having married his with dandruff, stops the hair from falling, pngrs Is sent free on request, by the J. C restores the original color to gray or laded AycrCo., Lowell. Mass. wherever In effect. There are few, If try will not be long in declaring war aunt. any, delinquents returned and thus against the government that from Its to sleep on tho C. &. A tramp went each man who votes is made to con- earliest history has oppressed the weak O., track near Owlngsvllle, and was A few energetic Indies nnd gentlemen tribute his quota to tho general ex- and used the meanest methods of war- run over and killed. wanted to oniiviist. Above siilury guaranpenses of the government. Tho law fares. A brother of Assistant Postmaster teed. Cull on orMitildreyt. ..( US 1! C.OOC1I, somerset, Kv. Evening dispatches yesterday say General Perry S. Heath, committed OUlt (iHAn AND prevails in Tennessee and elsewhere and for a long time prevailed in mu- that divers found a hole In the bottom suicide at St. Louis. nicipal affairs at Stanford We have of the Maine, which Indicates that It Advices tell of a terrible blizzard in seea its effect and know that It is good. persons arc reportof Alaska, in which 27 Mr. Mount deserves greatcreditfor his was blown up by a torpedo Instead ed to have perished. light for tho bill and It Is to be hoped by an explosion. This looks bad and Paducah Is without light or water, that hi6 efforts will be crowned with tho situation Is growing worse. forming over on account of a sand-ba- r success. No tax receipt, no vote should John D. White says he has placed the water works "Intake." ' An inspiring cut through nil departbe the law everywhere. The Philadelphia & Reading railroad information in the hands of the judicia ments for the benefit of this weeks' buy. Philadelphia was defreight Flirtation is a pleasant but not ry committee that will defeat R. D. stroyed station at Loss 3123,000. nrn. We have goixl news for Uith men by lire. a profitable pastime. It, however, Hill's confirmation as district attorney. often nml women, I'ricos tell the talc. We Four thousand pcoplo witnessed a rarely results as disastrously as It did The "jayhawkcr'' hasn't been playing simply do thlv Wc take your dollnr'aml huging at Senatobla, Miss. G. W. at a little Indiana town. A beautiful In luck for a long time and the public give you S'i worth of goods. We moan performer. i J frArvll il Ss r ... .' young girl and a handsome young man will hardly bank on his statement or Edwards was the star William Nevlllo In"" what we say and we positively fulll I evIn London, Lord plighted their troth and the wedding put much confidence In It. Hill will n..cery promi.'e wc make in our ndvortiee-ment.!.. ...,.,..,' ..n..nl .. i.u.. day was set. Meantime a stranger ap- doubtless be confirmed after the com was sentenced to hvu jrau guilty. Head nnd meditnto over thrso for fraud on a plea of peared on the scene and tho young lady mlttce makes a show of listening to priccc. ( hoice of n few men's suits wc Over lG0,000,00o cigars, nearly all of EXQUISITE EFFECTS in a spirit of fun met his advances. Her John D. sold nt $5, now J3.50. Mcn'o nil wool them under the name of Havana, are are produced in your home by decorating 0-- : lover remonstrated and she piqued at The court of appeals very righteous, pnnts. black cheviot, fori 1.25. annually from Florl- - your walls with artistic and handsome ve'5 his Interference told him to go. He ly decides that the councllmen Imprls- - sent to the North wall papers from our new Spring Moc. went -- and committed suicide. The nnoil nt. rVivinrrtnn hr t.hn nrhtt.rn.rv tin- - Thcre Is talk of forming an We will paper your rooms in rich and poison was slow and the girl almost Uon Qf JudR(J Tftrvin haVQ the rlght of association In tho Pennyrlle to ship dainty coloiings, and unique designs, in frantic rushed to his side and remained nnnpnl. Tt. la indeed trrntifvinir to dis- - boiled eggs in salt to the Klondike this any grade paper that vou may wisTi at a In block nnd brown , Men's brown nnd reasonable figure. with him till death forced her away. n spring. black fdltr hat, 25c. Mon's Neglieo that undor tho laW8 common she swallowed cold poison and lp haV(j somQ rightg thatajudrccloth. rescued tho body Shirts, ;i5c. Atwood Suspenders, 25c. Mrs. Anne Emert-oW. XV. WITHERS, died. Shocked at the terrible deed, her ed ,n a Httle brIef authorlty can not of her daughter from a dissecting tablo Men's Satin Calf Shoes I 25 to 2. - Kentucky. mother also took poison and three abridge n,. matter how dcslrious he at Columbia, Mo., and then went rav- Stanford, lino kid slioofl with patent tip, lace deaths ensued from one little flirtation. may be to cut fantastic tricks In show- ing crazy. or button, i 1.40. LndicV all wool nkirt, llranch Store and Undeitnking Outfit at Wo might write a moral, but what' ing his authority. WW .'17x70 inches, worth II, but eloMng them Ihistonville. Kv. Kentucky bankers nnd merchants would be the use? Girls will continue l..ivn lw.m warned to look out for ft out at 50c. to flirt as long as they can get the POLITICAL POINTS. counterfeit 310 bill which is flooding chance and its a poor excuse of a man TovVels, Grash and TaC. C. Wimbish, a Negro, has been the country. who wont give it to 'em. scene of the recent big A wall at tho appointed surveyor of customs at Atble Linen. fire In Pittsburg fell, and It is believed grave and earnest lanta. Some times tho filter the Uric Acid and poisons out of An all linen tcu towel, 13x20, for 5c, TurColson has recommended John G. that at least live persons aro burled un- the system through the urine If they Knott, of the Louisville Post, lets his kish Hath, 19x35. nl 10c. TurkMi Until, to be assistant district at der the debris. are acting right. If not, the rcsultsnro thoughts roll from damnation and the Fitzpatrlck 20I0, 15c. McRched Towel, 10x.nJ, 10c. Tho report that the Alaskan steamer Backache, Uright's Disoaso, Rheumatorney for Kentucky. dead, as the Methodist hymn books put , tism, Uladder Fine Damask towel, 18x30 iuchu, witJi Louis Polo Bernabo was chosen to Clara Nevada, was burned, has been Dropsy, Neuralgia, Nervousness,Trouble, it. and cracks a little ioke. which usu- Diabetes, Wood fringe, 15c. Same with colored border persons who were on Disorders, etc ally has considerable flavor in it, as succeed De Lome as Spanish minister confirmed. Forty IS inch plnin or nnd tied fringe, 25c All these diseases can bo board are missing. witness the following: Sam Jones, in to the United States." plnlil crash, 5c yd IS inch Turkish Itnlli populace of Madrid is said to bo The Cotton operatives in New England to talking of the kissing epidemic said to Tonoling, Sic yd. 00 in. tnhle linen fo of an outbreak, owing to bo racing in Atlanta, wants to know the number 14S.000 are now Idle. And on tho verge yd Counterpanes, full finished, hemmed a report that the government had apolthey tell .us prosperity has come, what can be done with a kUs after it ic "The action of Dr. Hobbs Sparavus Kidney and ready for use, 72xSl Inches, at floo. ogized to the United States. 11 lis ii my caw wasatmost miraculous. A jear received. It should be returned at once ' Tni Petitt. the populist leader, Hrainurd A Armstrong's Wh Hilk nt tOu l'aducah to here at nounccs the Goebel election force bill At Tompklnsvllle, the jury In the airo I came home. from iain--l nearly die car my if the giver has to bo pressed to of doz In fact nvury nrtlelo in our Uin h Leslie, charged with daughter's without IiI . My legs ameasured case of Walter as "revolutionary In the oxtrcme." tufferinir ' take It back. twenty-siMy indict ..,. Mruim,,,. Milil on the "low price" plni Oivu ih a The Courier Journal suggests that killine- Cullum D. Cantral, disagreed.- r.mt.llnp.1 4ft Mr around tliecahcs. i..l,rurineI...i.l.t. govern- purities. The first box of the piiiu removed cnll. ; Is with pleasure that we are able Judge Tarvln send the court of appeals Leslie Is a nephew of a former & It nearly all the swelling. Now, alter tabinc four iKj.xcs, i can walk a mile without stopping anil or. to announce that the Robertson county to jail for questioning his authority. - my general health Ir better than it ha been for By unanimous vote the Senate comman who has 10 marriageable daughli. r. UtcKl-J- , father ui Elioha Dick- .Ujcarn." John I'.Zhni K.trabOrchard, Ky. ?& OI tllG OlasCOW IMr. Ztlner when at I'.i.lm ah. kcrrnl nt. Slmrllf ...,.. n v l.nctnn .. . .... . mnrmimr ifl!i3...l-ters ia at last to have a wedding In his mittee decided to report favorably the l and totinty " Commissioner of McCrackr . T. I) HANKY. Manner was im i.t tH.v. nnK .ll.il Times, wno WO., JVJ.J "midst.'! A Mr. Suit is tho lucky suitor, bill to arbitrate railroad strikes. In return for political services, It Is at Lexington. Miss., and will bo buried if he who would. have been hard to suit Dr. Hobbs llraueh Ptnrox at Pnris. Cnrlihlo. Mt Sli- could not have gotten suited with such said Assistant Secretary ofState E. D. at Glasgow. lim;, I'.ardHtoun, Lnwreuceburg, l.'yuthiR-tirVersnilhif, Kiuinenre, (tunrgotnn-u- , The steamer Gaelic, which arrived an aggregation of loveliness to pick Guffey villje appointed chief deputy ' Klizabuthtowu Frankfurt, nud Mnuok- brought the largest from the Orient, from. If she suit him and ho suit'er, surveyor of port, at Louisville. port, lild single shipment of opium which ever, Kidney Pills. be no divorce suit, j The democratic Congressional of course there-wil- l There were arrived In San o $0 there may be other little Suits paign committee has elected Gov. duty W... cases and tho in un at At. a pound ...... ai w..w borne, of Wyoming, vico chairman; 1VMII t.TTlfllllll.. .I CllUi'JUVi 4v tho triiir. ' . numerous to mention. ! t James Kerr, of Pennsylvania, secrata- - ket price the shipment is worth $107.- - g cutt." "i ADVOCATES of woman suffrage arc ,.v; and w. B. Fleming, of Kentucky, 1)20. arm tt wont oo many yours ue- - lh.ol ajatant secretary, gaining CASEY CO. MIDDLEBURG, foro tho right is conferred. Sentiment Representative Benton Mu.Mlllin has on the question seems to be very nearly docided to.enter the democratic race The Leading Specialists of America Hev. M. A. Mlddloton preached at equally divided in Massachusetts and fm. governor of Tennessee. He declares Grove Sunday. ' 20 YEARS IN OHIO. Iowa, where an amendment to the con- -' fop tho Chica0 piatr0rm, for s The hide of the white coon F. U Lu- j 250,000 Cured, ,.,,, imlnsti. in,, fm. cus caught Is on exhibition at G. K. Je- - jl Will iiKikeyiiti jivt up all thiughlx of providing for such suffrage Is ......... nf rh '. jmnnt ... -. only defeated ty a majority ot tnree. ' ,nnnm.. and the abolition of unneces- tor's shop. It isn't nccewary when you can gel fc SWECURESTRICTURE Womenly women do not care to aseort sary ollices. There aro three other everything thu'chililreii need foralxnit (ini fifth The widow Humphrey has moved to j TliotiMimla of youtiK nml miildlo nftcd of wlint it rost your father Our Muck include what seems to be the prerogative of candidate for the nomination. nas Ii. II. .MCAnincn McKlnney. with thiiilbcasc man v .... ... .. men nro troubled ... man alone, but they aro fast becoming n tmconrcioiiuy. llicy way lia o n lately School Books, Writing Pads, moved tu Dr. Dye's property, Ini? ftnitttnn. Ftunll. fivittlni fr..ntn obsolete. THE LEGISLATURE. dlf- - K Slates, Pencils, Sponges, Pons sham cutting pains nt times, by V. T. Coulter. charire. clilhculty in commencing, wink 'i. And (Jniyono, Ink, Drawing Mnturinl, Ac and a German colony It is reported that BKONSTON's prison commission bill (irg:iii, cinusloiu, and nil the O'mptomH The committee reported adversely the . when you wnnt a lot of tliou ihitiirs wo innke ot nervoiu ilDDllity Iticy litvo passed the House f:i to :U after a hot bill to prohibit the selling of second-debat- will be settled on the land of 12. ZimDon't let doctor cxicriuicn ton "lot" pricoc. ion. bv cntthiL. rtrctrliiinr. or tenrinu Psi merman it Co. In the near future. As the Senate had already hand clothes. 'I hi. .will tin. ..mpji .mi nlt,iillli. .'fill a. .1... ...Liwji.l(..a.. ...I. .. . passed it, it is now practically a law. turn. Uur M.W .MI.1IIUD IHI.Ai- - Jfc a saloon keeper's lobby is bearing Grove will probably be headquarters JlhNT absorbs tho strieturo Unrun: A ' I.AnMn.A.Mm.n It provides for the management of tho down on Frankfort to defeat the now for the colony. tlm.t.l.t.. ........,!. M. Slmer are rejoic can nmer return. n lu.tn. tw. HiifT.r. H It I21d. and Mrs. J. penitentiary by a commission to be local option bill Ing, no dittentiuii from burinefs by our i elected by the Legislature every four luviuiHi. jiiucaxiiuiurKaiisaroHrpntrir.. It is claimed that Goebel's election ing over the arrival of another little vncd. Tho nerves nro iniinoniti'il. unci years, beginning now. They are now bill can bo passed over the governor's girl. The event took place a few days Ilia lilies of manhood return;. ago and Bro. S. seem? to be as proud as under the control of tho governor and veto with votes to spare. j sinking fund commissioners and their Dr. Seargent's bill to make counties If it was his first. T!iouf ntuls of young nnd middle ugtd The commissioners, D. G. Elliott, W. appointees will have to walk the plank, liable for property and life destroyed having their tcmal liirnr and men urn v n ,.... .4 nn nrlmtnlli. rt.''y. l.f thla ,11.- ivr Iho eeonl fcesslon of the Collcglute Vein IMI'(n will npen ,o ,.,wt..,.,u..,,j n,i. mi I'j by mobs was adversely reported and re- - T. Durham and Emmett McCormack, ciifn. llicy aro frequently uiicuiifcicun I .S 'Old "Oom Paul" has just been re- fused a second reading. by tho court to lot the farm appointed .uhucauioot thveo yuiitoiu?. tiuncrnl S-tlo- ., 3:o32LcLa,3r, J"sin-ULSir3- r Weaknesn. Unnntuml DUcharec-s'nil. elected president of the Transvaal ing Mnnhnod, Ncrvoufiic, l'oor .Mem A monster petition has been present-e- d of J. S. Coulter, completed their work of . for the 4th time, which will glvo ory. Irridihility, nt titu Smarting cu fr? New pupils eiiterlnir nt that time will de into the chiefs. For full information to tiie Legislature by the W. C. T. Thursday, to tho entire satisfaction call on or wrlto to .Mits. Suti.bv nt th" Colli ' or writ.' for t'lttiiloguu. him a continuous service of 20 years. U. of Lexington, praying for Weak Hark, tlcneral Deireslon. l.aek Wf the heirs. .tho pasVarlcocilp, of Ambition, Krugcr wouldn't make much of a race sage of f i WIM.IA.M SHKIroX, l'iiiyim:.ST. ' . The estate of James Gann was sold law. iMrl", etc. uiil.l.l nml hXitll I I'llli In a beauty contest, but his backbone 111.1v ho tho cau.o. Don't coniult fnmilv Ta public outcry. Two Tho Ciintrill hill, lirnvlilin.r fur tho here Thursday ut uoctori1, us they nae no cxitriciuo In nrOfla nn ..tflvnll fu frkrinlrtt'i2 i1ina ' incso. spociai iltseases don't nllow in taking of a school census every year mares brought 81!), which was considerWpTr XSTQD-- nm r' (uuck to uxprriment on you. Conrult mm leyr-II and that's what his people, as well as II If HI hoocialisti.. wnnlinvn madnn lifntiiflvnf He instead of avevy live years, passed tho ed high. A Mr. Baughman, who lives Mr I, rm bfbi most other peonle, admiru. DiniifiHof .Men nnd Women. Ourf'KV vk V near Uustonvllle, bought the mill for House by a voto of 70 to 17. MKT11U1) TUKAT.Mi;.NT will mI. Lft tivcly euro you. Uno tlinusnnil dollars The McChord railroad rate bill pass- $lo. He will attach a fodder shredder TllL' Legislature scorns to have passSUCCESSOR TO J. H. IIIGGINS, for a caco wo accept for treatment nud House (St to 22. It had passed and corn crusher to it and probably cannot cure, leruu moderate font cure. ed the McChord bill to ompower the ed the feed mill generally. It Into a railroad commission to fix rates In case the Senate and tho voto shows that' it convert CURES GUARANTEED 12 The price of eggs is rapidly declinis beyond the governor's veto. of extortion, just to show the railroad ' Wo treat nnd euro: K.MIFCIONP. per and live cents -. ing In this The Huberts prohibition bill, which dozen will market tho ruling price. lobby "that it could not buy the d n soon be E ml 111 sTiticri'iti:. iMPOTKXcy si:phet T OUS. body" as had been claimed by one of It." makes the county, Instead of the pre- Bob Davison made a speech hero just Dlt.VIX.S.r.N'XA'n'HAI.DlWlIAIUl. UKS. KTIlXKYanil HLAIHlKU HUen.. of Gov. Bradley and Tho present Legislature doesn't seem cinct the unit in local option elections, after the election Agricultural Implements Also agent for the Deering JHndcrs, Mow-cr- s free trade had VWV.V. If unahle to call, nrito for Ml to bo for sale at any figure that lias yet was favorably roKirtcd In tho Senate said that democratic and Rakes. Also agent lor the Repairs for the above VA OttKSTIOX ruined tho price of "aigs." Wish he ULANK for 1IOMK and there Is strong probability of its been suggested. xnrj.ViJIL,.'. i. would como down and tell us what is machines. Will be glad to have those who becoming a law. ruining tho price now. think of buying to see my stock A Kansas left u will A bill was introduced at the request Squire G. B. Clayton, of Lincoln, was down last week looking after some that a relative should till out his term, of the Covington Humane Society, ic-s- r es122 W. FOURTH STREET, thereby giving emphasis to tho pre- placing a tax of $2 on each dog in sec- business connected with the Gann last i&t Agent for tate. His leg, which was broken l Chilled Plow.-- the mOsf lin rovod i hill plow, Orders Mkeu for t'on vailing idea that olllce Is a private snap ond class cities und authorizing the use October, is still giving him much trouCINCINNATI, O. from T. L. Hit ilon'n Coil Yard. instead of a public trust. of the tax to create a homo for dogs. ble and it is feared that it will never The horrible news of tho CAUSE FOR ALARM. How baldness begins. - r. - How to prevent it. to-da- - 1 c $40 A Month Salary. w Mighty Sweep ! w JEU-?-- J K. ... -- " cgg-boll-in- g MensAIpineHats48c La-die- I I. I peo-The- s' I ! &: YOUR KIDNEYS , ! ! . CURED x -- de-cv- en ! - 't -- .. J - . The Louisville Store un"' ." -- f ( ( PARAGUS tj cam-thou- Oo-to- . j-- ni.liW.HH'. ' 'h lli&lll develop-stltution- OUR FIGURES ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES ... tiiino-miziiif,- vu-cat- .. !l! i . hlKIt-Tl'IlK- e. .. ' Pctptpy's Drug Store. WECURE GLEET 1 1 Stanford Female College. d I He-publ- ic . I On 1898. m anti-elgarott- o ttf' 3D.; -r- I ) Buggies, Carriages, Blackboards r-r-- - W dH ollice-hold- er Kennedys Kergan ustid x Illfr-cl- get x ; x vr. t j ,j in T'1 Mgyfr "3 f t rvrV'',f , DltlKD THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., E. C. Fruits nt Warron it Shanks'. Dunks, jeweler. Spectaclhs llttud.by ' I am the Fimsn sweet pens In bulk at W. U. Meltoburts'. - Fen. iS, i8t;8 agent for at Warren it Shanks'. the Challengo Wind Collars and plow gear of all kinds M!a.g;iiets in 3 i Mill-b- est made. E.T. Minor, Hubble. Wk are selling coal as cheap as any- bod, and we help you load It. Noel & Tun stock of tablets and box papers Son. at Penny's Drug Store Is complete, embracing all styles from the cheapest to Toll-hous- e on Goshon pike will bo tho most expensive and tho quality sold at public auction on the grounds matches the price. Tuesday, 22d W. II. Traylor, presiPERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Walton, Businis Manageu. RED cedar polos, 1,000, 20 to 10 feet long, for sale. It. E. Gaines, Walnut Flat, Ky. carp Will White found a near Dawson's mill a few days ago which had been killed by an otter. A portion of Its head and entrails were devoured and Mr. W. and family voured the balance of It. post-ollle- o 9 Silk baby ribbon Men's Linen Cuffs Whistler and Itattle Uox Carpet Tacks 2 Lead Pencils for 2 Pencil Sharpeners for 2 Pen Holders Good Pencil Tablet 26 Envelopes Memorandum Book Rubber erasers Quill Tooth Picks 10 for Cotton Torchon Luce 2 Aluminum Hair Pins for ".: Cnrd Collar Buttons : 2 Key Kings for Paper Sharp's Needles Cake Toilet Soap Box Blacking Thimble Chrochet Needle Hooks and Eyes 4 doz. Agate Buttons ;: ". ! de- dent. o lc Pr. Cotton Shoe Strings 12c 32 ,... lc, i'c H am crippled up come to J. C. FLOKBNfE took charge of the HON. 11. C. Wauiiiw wont to Frank me at my homo and bring along the Wednesday with his son fort Tuesday, amount you owe. I need money. R. It. George as deputy. Rout W. T. SaI'Nih:ks is up after a sovoro Noel. Is with them and the change is so genattack of cryslela. We alight rain the weather has tle peoplo have hardly noticed It. make PltOI'.T. M. GOODKNHHIT wont to are sure that the incumbent will beou fair and cold. The prediction now Frankfort Wednesday. a most satisfactory olllcer. ItEV. HUN Helm wont to Hartford is rain and warmer tonlght, eloaring . Friday, colder Friday evening. Tuesday to hold a meeting. Fuank WAKHEN, alias Charley Ad ams, was trlvon one year in the peniten M its. Matt Woodson and children SOLD. Wo ntuwor numerous inquirtiary at London for stealing his father's ,arcdown from Mlddlosboro. ies, when wo say wc have sold our horse. Another brother got two years Miss Bessie Woods spent several Bllekorisdorfor that Typewriter, Circuit for a similar offense. days with friends In Danville. After Frank's Court Clerk J. F. Holdam bought it. MK. AND Mlts. J. M. II I ATT, of Gar term ho will be brought here and tried for stealing cattle from Hon. J. S. Ows rani, wore gnosis of the family of Kov. A HUCKET house Is to be established ley, Sr. It. It. Noel. Danville, not however for tho purMil. K. W. Smith, of Columbia, at Col. Ceaddock copies our article pose of "rushing tho growler," but to Tcnu., came up yesterday to see his give people a chance to speculate In thatM.T. Russell had paid for his children. paper for the 26th year and goes us scv. futuros in grain, do. Mlts. I'. K. KEMP and children, of oral bettor by adding: "Uncle" WilMlddlosboro, are visiting at Judge J. Tin: polos on Eddy's Dell Telephone son Wright said in his bed: "As soon W. Alcorn's. line between Danville and here aro all as I got up I'll pay for tho 02d year my MlSS BESSIE BuitNSIDE, ot Garrard, sot and tho wire will be stretched at family has taken The Kentuckinn and a regal beauty, )s tho guest of Miss once. Then listen nt us talk to tho Citizen." He is now fed. Pearl Durnslde. good people of Little Hrltaln ! I Al-riMt While se lc lc lc lc Hair Pins Coat and Hat;hooks Pr. Heel Plates 5 Best IIook3 Paper Pins lc Thread (good as O. N. T.) lc Kid Curlers Compasses Good Work Shoes Nice Dress Shoes lc lc lc lc" 0 - 3c 3c fl- lc lc lc lc lc lc 3c ic 1.00 1.00 lc lc lc lc lc lc lc lc .'. Celuloid To.lars lc 03c fl Alarm Clocks Laundered Percale Shirts 25c Handkerchief 2c Men's Good Socks ic Ladies' Good Hose 4c Good Overalls 4'c 23c lied Flannel 15c Look at our Black Dress Goods, Table Linens with Napkins to match, Swisses, JackonctB, Dimities, Hamburgs and Laces. Itespectfu ly submitted to the Cash trade. GEEK Mesdamih William and Vincent went to Lebunon Junction Wed- nesday to spend Beveral wocks. William Cooli'.Y and family and Ransom Layer and family left Tuesday for Delta county, Texas, to live. Miss Nannie Ovekstkeet, ol Camp Nelson, Is visiting Misses Kato and Mattlu While, In the Hubble section. MlSS LALL PICKETT, who has been visiting hor sinter, Mrs. Will Sever-uncreturned to her home in Shelby o, OLD HONEY. Mr. M. S. Haughman gave us a sample of some honey which his mother put up (10 years ago. Aco has changed Its color to almost black, but the taste remains the same as the honey just from the hive. yostenlay. II. It Caupicntek, of Hustonvillu. and Hoy Rose, of the same place, are visiting friends here this week. Sayings. liar-rodsbu- rg Dlt. K. M. PlIELPS, of Hlohmond, has located hero for the practice of medicine. His oillce Is over Higglns it MoKlnnoy's storo. MlHSKH Katik James and IJottieand Nannie Edmiston, of Crab Orchard, came down to the show and were guests of Mrs. James F. Holdam. JOHN W. CUMMINS, who was deputy county clerk under his brother, left Wednesday for Chllllcothe, III., whore ho will likely go Into buslnuss. Uokn to the wife of Joseph Hall, of Hoth Rowland, two bouncing boys. are wull and give promise of long life. Tint Loulsvlllo Times Frankfort sHiaks of Hon. It. C. Warren as a prosectIve candidate for audi tor, which Is news to his friends here. Mlts. A. T. TUAYLOK went up to Corbln Tuesday to spend a few days with her son, Jesso. Shu found him in bad health and brought htm nnd his wifu home with her yostorday. K. A. Wiiiti: attended tho trial of his friend, Alvin Overstruut at Nioho lasvlllo, for thu killing of Fred Knight. Ha was acquitted on the Commonu wealth's evidence and without argu-lnnn- crossing the Divohce suits have been Hied by He was knocked Mrs. Sarah vs. J. 13. Mullins and Mrs. down and so badly bruised that he has Mattic U. Mitchell vs. John Mitchell. since been confined to his room. Hoth allege adandonment and the former asks that her husband's farm on Nakhow Escape. Sparks from the Green river bo given her for alimony. chimney sot lire to the roof of John A. In the other ca&e Mr. Mitchell claims Allen's house while the wind was blow- that his name is not John and that the ing a gale Tuosday morning, but It was woman who sues him has no claim soon discovered and Mr. A. succeeded against him, having lived with another in extinguishing the llamos before much man for years and had two children by damage was done. The flro company him. vas not called out. THE State Beard of Health has sent THE report of the bank stock sale In out a small pox warning and advises our last issue inadvertently left the everybody to be vaccinated. It reports reader to look back at the issues of tho tho disease in Eastern Kenpapor to see which bank the stock was tucky and spreading like wild lire. The of. First National of Stanford sold at board says that vaccination and Ml 1.60 to $119.50, for 15 shares, and properly done, with reliable virFarmers Hank it Trust Co., of Stan- us, is a certain preventive and Is entirely ford, brought $110.60 to $112.60 for free from danger. This is tho conclueight shares. sion of the health olllcors of the world years of patient investigations, EDMOND LtLLAKD raised shuol in aftor and Is now an accepted truth in prevenMncksvillc Monday night and a rewas wide-sprea- d Rka. It. It. Noel the horse u young was driving ax he street Wednesday. was run Into by man named True was tried at before Squire ColTey Tuesday for carrying concealed weapons and L'u en $26 and 10 days in jail. Walter Gre-hacharged with obtaining under false pretenses from King it Pruitt 26conts belonging to Gaddis, was to hae been tried the same day, but the trial was postponed until Saturday. Me-K- William Gaddis y m 0 of tho i i one of the bet rural dramas, is the next regularly booked attraction at Walton's Opera House. His date ia March 7th. Joshua Simpkins, I'svea, X&3V3 $mmmwEmmi The case of Jarrctt for killing Padgett in Rockcastle county was given to 3:30 I New tho jury Wednesuay evening und at yesterday p. M. no verdict had been reached so a telegram from Mt. Vernon states. Tnere Is much fear of trouble between the various warring factions felt by the citizens. m Spring m as sult Groeu Hansford and his sister, Susie Hollo Hansford, are both severely wounded. He struck tho woman on the head with some heavy substance and then shot Gruon In the hip. Lilian! left at once nnd Marshal Newland has failed so far to locate him. The trouble, It is thought, came up over a game of craps. Mr. Robert G. JoneF, wLo was in Rockcastle the first of the week, tells us that Moses Payne, a splendid citizen of the Maretsburg section, was almost instantly killed while plowing. He had tho. lines around his neck and tho team ran away dragging him and striking his head against a stum), from the effects of which he died in a shor1 time. He was about 45 and married. Killed. I Shoes, I Next -Jf-t-- Week I'or- A Ladies, Misses, MKSSits. J. H. MHltsilON, Ed Wilk inron, J alnes F. Holdam, J. T. Harris and I'otor Straub wont to Crab Orchard a few nights ago and agisted thu Odd Fellows thura In doing somtt flno initiatory work. Hit. E. G. Dick and wife and Mr.Gus Hofmann and wife, of Crab Orchard Springs, took In the minstrel show Wednesday night. There wore many othurs from Crab Orchard, Lancaster, Mu Kinney and Hustonvillu, but as wo couldn't gut thu names of all will have to omit special muution. Tin: following tulogram rocoivod yustenlay from Wilchlta, Kansas, Is self explanatory: "Nino ound boy today. Mother, baby ami papa doing well. J. L. Conway " Tho mothor was Miss Hy tho Helen Held, of Hustonvillu. In loss way this makes two grand-con- s a wouk for Mr. and Mrs. S. II. than Hold. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Feed WINS. In the case of Morris Fred against tho Louisville Southern, thu jury gave a verdict for tho plaintiff for $500 and cost. In April, ISM, tho train from Harrodsburg to Hurgln atmohed a freight car loadod with live stock. The coupling broke loose and thu car was running up on the passenger. Fred, who Was a passenger, Jumped oil and was considerably bmlsd about tho head, arms, logs and buck. Harrodsburg Sayings. pa-eng- tive medicine. The reception given by Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Rankin proved a very pleasant occasion to tho large crowd that availed themselves of the opportunity to become acquainted with the excellent couple. Miss Annie Alcorn and W. H. McKinney assisted In receiving. Mrs. ltankin, who is a line vocalist, favored tho guoits with a solo or two and so did s A young man named whose home was at Harrodsburg, died at Bert Shoomaker's at Moreland Wednesday morning of pneumonia. He came there on Saturday to visit Mrs. Shoemaker, his sister, and was taken ill a short while afS3 tor his arrival His remains were taken to Harrodsburg for interment yes-JaVan-devie- Death. r, I m Children. SEVERANCE & y. SONS. son AllieCoftev. tho of J. Mni'sh CotToy, has bocurud tho agency for tho sale of tho "Llfoof Gon. It. E. Leo," which has just been gotten out by the loyal Publishing Co., at llichmond, Va , and is a work of great merit, doaling with tho important events of the war and other generals, besides giving a biography of tho groat soldier, eitieu and Christian patriot. Mr. Coffey saw tho advertisement in this papor and at once wrote and secur1 ed the agency. . 9 m he expected to make thu move if he CHEAP cow feed of all kinds always got tho oMlco and ho generally gets on hand. J. II. Haughman it Co. what he goes after. We sympathlo with Richmond In her loss but shall WAKHEN it SHANKS are adding a save our tears for a deeper sorrow. complete line of hardware to tholr big stock of goods. Died of Heu Injuries. Miss Delia Henky FADtnrrr, aged about 36, Moore, aged II, daughter of John died near Klngsvillo of delirium trem- Moore, who was injured at tho DanHo ImuI been a hard ville tollgate, us told in our last,' died ens Wednesday. drinker for years. Hesldes.a Wife ho Monday night. There Is some feeling against tho soldiers guarding tho gate leaves live children. . in the matter, as it was claimed that We have a few notes and accounts they scared the horse, but an oyo witthat wore duo July I, ISDU, that aro yet ness says Mrs. Moore anil daughter unsettled. These will ho placed In tho were In a pluoton and as they approachhands of an odlcer for collection March ed the gate failed to slow up as ono of 1. Iliggins A: McKinnoy. tho soldiers raised tho polo. The top of the phaiton struck tho polo and tho Ed Ilubbaid, our WillHL'ILD. school boy, has bought of Dr. girl jumped, her head striking tho J. K VanArsdalc a lot adionlng tho I ground. Sho never thoroughly recovhitter's residence and will build a nice ered consciousness. Mrs. Moore remained in tho vehicle and was not hurt. cottage on It in tho Spring. IIuiiitAii to it Danville Collector John W. Yerkos went to Washington FlNK violin for sale. Danks. and by his pursuuslvo words and hand- somo presence succeeded in getting the OlJK watch work warranted. Danks. secretary of the treasury to order that Warron it tho olllce of collector of internal reveFUHSII Tea Cakes. Shanks. nue might be removed from llichmond A long time before ho now suwlng machine at to Danville. She that was appointed Mr. Verkes told u that "Higglns it MoKlnnoy's. ! m m MIs-Mary Cowon. who is as acThe largest crowd that hits greeted u commodating as she Is gifted. Gllcher show hero in many moons was drawn served tho rofreshmunis and thai is by Fields it Hanson's Minstrels, which equivalent to sayiug that they were of gave a most satisfactory and praisethe lineal order. Everything is up worthy performance. to date and the music and dancing a Good. Judge Hailey tells us timtho thinks a trade with the Stanford it little lieyond. Messrs. Fields and HanHustonville pike is about to be con- son are a whole show in themselves and summated and to that end has called entertained the audience most cleverly the ilevtil court to meet The with their mu&icahties ynd absurdities. committee and President J. F. Cash Mr. Fields is as good a manager as ho is a performer and that's why he has have agretid on the price which is One of the very best shows on the road. the uounty to pay (! per cent, on thai sum as a lease until it i prepared Soldieks Gone After guatding to pay in full. Mr. Cash is to continue the tollgate at Danville on tho Danville to manage tho road withot pay and is it Crab Orchard pike for nearly two limited to ?60 a mile exponsos. This months, tho Hardin Rilles have been seems to be an advantageous trade for removed and six civilian guards substiboth parties and will go far towards tuted. Judge Saulley ordorcd County solving tho free turnpike question Judge Prowitt to appoint tho guards Judge Hailey says thai at the estimates under tho Martin law as ho should have lie receives it will take SS.000 a year to done at first and then thu :suldlcrs keep up thu 170 miles of pike in this would not have been necessary. Gov. county and that will take tho limit al- Bradley has all along s,ald that he lowed for pikes, 26 cents ad valorem. would order them uway as soon as the Freo turnpikes come pretty high but State's property was proporly protecttho people say thev must have them. ed. to-da$(!,-000. WE HAitDLE ONLY . Mlill-Mlll- E BUWHESS. Made at our store by m m Jno. A. Hendren. Call and leave your Older. f, di B. K. WBAREN & SOV. A Handsome Line of Dress J list Ilccclvcd. Complete lino of Mi H ,1 m m m Ll2.ieU. Smith, lato Smith. of Flat Lick, died at Dr. Evans' sanitu riuin, Luxiugtou, Wednesday morning, whore she had been taken with thu hope of restoring her mind, lost by a general giving away of tho nervous system, aged .'10. She was a daughter of the lato Laban Withers, of this county, and a few years ago married G. M. Smith, of Knox county, who fell in lovo with hor when she, as trained nur&o, tenderly restored him to health Two In the Inllrmary ut Lexington, little children survive hor and they aro at present with her sister, Mrs. Thu remains were Annie McClary. brought hero on the midnight train Wednesday and yesterday from the home of another slstor, Mrs. Julia Hughos, wero conveyed to their last resting placo at Rush Branch church and laid away after a short service by Eld. Jos. Ballon. Mrs. Smith was a lovely christian and since sho was 16 had been a devoted member of tho church bearing that name. Her death is a peculiarly sad ono and all who know tho circumstances sympathize deeply with her mother, now 78, and her husband, brothers and sisters. -- Mrs. The Advocate, with Its people, I becoming restive over tho delay of the county court In the matter of freeing or leasing tho pikes, and makes four suggestions, each of which is plausible and practical. The lirat is for tho court and thu owners of the pikes to agree on a price, second that after tho price is agreed on thu county lease tho pikes at an annual rental equal to 5 per cent of their valuation, third that the roads be turned over In good repair and so kept during the lease and fourth that such lease shall be for a year or less, tho county reserving tho right to cancel tho contract ut any time it is ready to purchase tho pi operty at the valuation agreed upon, with tho privilege of renewing the lease from year to year indefinitely. Tho paper figures that the roads can bo leased and bought gradually for 3S cents on the dollar taxation, which is infinitely cheaper than maintaining guards, tho few on duty now costing at tho rate of over SS,000 a year. Tho court will find that if it In common Boyle Tuunpikes. Dry Goods And Shoes. Hvery thing Now ami Tre-- li Prices Low. MARK HARDIN Keep Your Skin Soft. ..i i I '!' a ... . m Graig flockcr Huvo tho most approved wero well to bo done, It wero well to bo done quickly and thus savo ex. pensc and tho certainty of raids. FACE : LOTIONS, rfjmihjMif ' And Hest Line of Perfumes. So.ips and Toilet Articles on the M.uUut . JU -- j ikl Nt I if r . o Word To miiwmwm tn Kimmv. ill THE INTERIORJOURNAL Will Mntheny sold to Pony Benzlcy "There'sWnntril laughing- nt us, over Oct you rHIuives nml Haircuts nt n man Ilnrbvr Shop Hi U tho tfllckiM mid there," said the bride to her mate, while 23 whoats at 31c. K boat btirbor In Crnb Orchard, ICv. on the wedding journey. .'10 A lieu & Lyon sold to Josh Adams Were you ever engaged to him, an.d.X"rld.o.-ra."blto3a.od.T-u.ooia3rcattlo at4ic. dear?" nsked the groom, reflectively. and Boar. G. A. Swinebroad received 100 cattle Yonkers Statesman. 100 luitliuN stripped .oud mid $12 IIClfc YK.A.K. IN ADVANCE from Tennessee Tuesday. Poland Clilnti iNmr for xiili. etm A. W. rAlM'i'.XTKK, MIIUxIrovIIIp. i ItlKhtroiin IititlHiintlon. E. T. Pence sold to Farrls & Whitley Mrs. Jones I wonder what it is that Kf When not sopaldSSS.CO will e charge!. nine steers at 41c. makes baby so "wnkcftil? O. P. Huffman bought of George D. Dnrs in dc I4nu'. Mr. Jones (savagely)- - Why, it's I, Hopper some butcher stuff at 2Jc. II, of course! this is what comes IIOl'Nt) TD si:m., Rev. R. 13. Mahony bought of Walter of your blttlnc un nlirhts unltim for' AH Uiomj Oliver Mow. 11 K I gelding for SS0. me! Puek. All tliouCUivnrSiMl. Carter a ve-- car-olTIME All thou 'uwi'W, J. M. Roberta sold 03 cattle In this All those Iliirnesa, Connolntlon. county at $8 to $23. They were calves All tlioiu Sutl Itiitifres. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. "It is too bnd that your husband has All thoso good, cheap ulti of Furniture, i and yearlings. got into jail, Mrs. Tantrum. You havo dusable, All you imhiiiIc rcimimlwr mo. Trains leave Stanfonl at 7: 10 a. m. and 4pm 1). S. CAKI'EXTKlt, IliiMonvlllu. Fifteen steamers with a capacity of my sympathy." returning at 4. 2S p. in. and 0:05 p. m. Gl'AKANTKKI). "Oh, 1 look on the bright side of it. 3,000,000 bushels of grain are now load KNOXVILLE DIVISION. rov I know where he is of nights." ing at Philadelphia. 12 37 p m No. 24 Train going North Fob Sale. 100 high grade stock Town Topics. 8 13 a m " " No. 26 " How can it he done? Simplicity in 12 10 a m ewes and lambs and Xi extra good year-line" South No. 25 " The Proof of It. 1 27 p m " " construction and not belonging to" the No. 23 " She loves mel Ohl tho nuro dellcht Allen & Lyon, Mt. Salem. For alllPolnts. my blood surge rm and hotl Typewriter Trust result in an honest pio- That ..L'KALKK In. A black Berkshire sow, weighing 300 W'hen Imakes duct at nn hotuM price The Itliekcns was urped to sins lat nlcht. KO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. dcrfer is the only high grade machine nt pounds, left two weeks ago. Reward She whispered : "Fred, you'd better not. lMOOAGE CHECKED TUKOUGH. rensonnhlo cost. It is built on strictly Puck. for recovery. Walter Garner, Mclviti-neFor any Information enquire ol LAND AND STOCK, MM A You. ROBERT FISH, Tho crnck barber. It now bark nt hU old stand lu Mrs. ronily to Mlmvu uniLlmlrcut. All glvo you n llrt-olui'odlug work Hhould call on lilin. Ho Is sitro to pb'use you. C'nib Orchard, ICv. Oft KplK-rt'ut s - Hlnko-tnoro'- is Mon-i-o- nin o 7i5-M)un- d s Bluo-CrnssSo- od liluo-snis- H two-year-o- ld Ir? wS enl Trouble l Jones, TINNING J. T-- . & PLUMBING, STANFORD, KY., and Tinning. Sole proprietors of Dwin'st lilack Diamond Hoot I'uiut. Telephone No. 20. tiMdeuce Shop on Mill St.. oppMto J. II. Iliiuglimnn & I now prepared to do all kind of Plumbing Mi, 11 y d mum, mm Co.N Mill NOELcSiSON, Dealers In Order Olllce and Teed Exchange near Hall-roa- d Crossing, Depot St., Munford. Kv. Coal Yard. Mill.: . lately J II. lllggln' Stand. Satisfaction Ouarauteed. Jan. 1 P?CE, S35. s. AC. SINE. Coal, Corn And Hay, m .10 barrel ilourlug Ueldenco nnd Moo k of wheat and corn for Mile. Mill running full time nnd deposing of entire out put at ntlnfaetorv prices. Tho plant should bu Will lo,v)ld at a evil to be appreciated. bargnln III health forces mo to quit the intliliig buluesk, Terms easv. Call on or ! y. JOE S. BICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky, . ins poixt FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. VIA OEOItULTOWN. A. M. Henry Anderson sold to Alex Holtz-cla43 acres of land on tho Crab Or chard pike adjoining Sim Perkins for w vn:vn. U-- 3 35 "m :20 RIO 200 315 450 1155 8 40 Lvo. Somerset, " Jet. City, Arrt.eorgetown, " Frankfort, o r. M. Arl2 55 " 11 81 Lt 9 35 6 30 A. l 820 630 300 5 30 Dally except Sunday Arr Paris C. D.HERCAW.U.F.A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 No. 9 No Trains pass Junction City as follows: 3 81pm 12 02 p in No. 2 North South " " 10 8 20 p m and 2 do not stop, 9 and than Junction City 1 1131am 12 02 am " " " 4 6 " " 10 " 21am 132pm 3 6 00 a m I run no further Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dellcloua. &SS3H In the first 15 minutes' trading Wedt tis. &"" r :y I ck SsV.X0 nesday, wheat at Chicago sold uu to STANFORD, KY. "iv $1.0U, the highest point for May delivaddress, ery since 1891. Mt. Sterling At Emory's sale near mules brought 870 to 883, Jersey steers 125 E. Fayette st 218 F st. X. W. Louisville, Ky., Baltimore". Md, 811. corn In the field 81.50 and In the Wellington, D. C. crib 81.75 and timothy hay 810 a ton. Hobby Pop, what is a bachelor? Carroll Rcid started Sister Stella is Printing AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Henpeck A very lucky, and much to and Oral at New Orleans Monday but Twice-a'Wee- k neither won. Oral was second and Sis- be envied man, Bobby. Chicago Inter The Lndios Keiitnurant is the finest in Courier (Journal the city. Every convenience for Indies ter Stella Gth In their respective races. Ocean. spending iho dny in the city. An IntrrrHtlnnr Plieiiiimrnon. Tho Advocate says that Reuben GenWill it. , Geutleiu-n'r-i Cafe on olllce lioor. We slnjr "My Country, 'Tisof Thee." try sold at Springfield, 111., 18 BerkDut oft he seems the proudest And Every Democrat, Evrv Hopublliiiu. THOMAS A. MULLICAN, shire hogs for 81,100. The highest Who has done naught to keep it free, Every Mun. Woman or Child who enn read But simply sings tho loudest. will want to read it. Manager. price was for an aged sow which was OF " 1 81,000. nw scientific principles, nnd of only the best and most durable ninterinl. Some distinctive features, visible work, interchangeable type, portability, durability, doing away with ribbon nuisance, tin varying alignment, unexcelled manifold tug. 84 separate characters, etc., etc The H ickensderfer is the only typewriter receiving highest award at World's Fair. Improved since. Send for catalogue and testimonials MOOItK nitOS., GEN L ACTS. 1 U Mt 1(5 El M9 Opportunity of Your Life A Ant-clas- s, SASH AND DOORS, Mill with Hlevator. tine C C LOUISVILLE HOTEL VANARSDALi:. llufttotivllle, Ky the If it Worth FIRE INSURHNDE Print Insuranoe Company HKOOKLYN. mx mf& POWDER Absolutely Pure hi ROYAL BAK1XO J. T. Mock has bought and will this season stand at his farm In Boyle the well-know- 8125. n stallion, Prince Charles, POwDIR CO., YORK. A. S. PRICE, 'Surgeon Dentist, Xitrttff?4trfT!frlf4t4tk4! prices. A special from Richmond, Va.says: OffloeOTor McRoberta Drug Store in theJtOw.ler g There was the greatest at Uulldlng. Accomac Court House ever seen on the Prorra. Fully 400 eastern coast of Virginia. newitt I believe I am color blind. B. FJLN.N Y. people were present, and the largest Jewett You never would have hog killed proved to bo the heaviest bought that shirt if you hadn't bvcii. N. V. Truth, ever raised in that section of the State, SS7 pounds and weighing when cleaned, C. & O. Playing Cards. Owing to two ounces. the Increased demand for C. & O. Play"I have traveled north, south, east ing Cards, the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. and west for cattle," said a leading Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 Den I int. : Stanford, t Ky, trader to the Glasgow Times, "and I decks which are now on sale at tho Office on Lancaster.treet at Residence. tell you they arc not in the country, Phcenlx Hotel ticket olllco la Lexingand not even money can find them. ton, at 15 cents per deck, three decks Even the calves are bought up, and at for 40 .cents, or $1.60 per dozen. These big prices at that. My prediction is cards are o0 cent quality and will be h in the next sent by mall to any address ou receipt that cattlo will go year or two, and I should not be aUall o'f above price with four cents per deck surprised to see the present prices on for postage. Persona remitting 31.G0 the Louisville market doubled in the for one dozen lot9 will have them sent next six months. The whole country prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. is on the verge of a beef famine, and it Parties contemplating euchre or whist will on the public pofore a great many clubs should not miss this opportunity know it." to lay in a stock of line cards at such Wayjjesuuro. Dutch Gooch traded low rates. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., horses with W. P. Reynolds to break C. & O., Lexington, Ky. the dullness of times. S. P. Shoop Is The latest triumph of the art of building a house over near G. W. watch making was achieved when the Clill's. Peyton Routen has moved to small machinery of a tiny watch was the J. C. Gooch farm. Born, to the set In motion. Tho llliputlan timepiece And Dealer in wife of H. H. Singleton, on the 15th, a was made Is Geneva HABW333. SADDLERY, &C. boy. The proud father, mother and hibition inIn Berlin. and is now onof exW made It boy are all doing well. Messrs. Tuck- pieces and weighs less than u gram, or STANFORD. KY. er, Glass & Simpson, the hustling cat about of an ounce. Its diameter is tle men from Owen county, were In less than Inch. When its tiny this vicinity ugaln buying what few spring is wound up it will run for 28 i? !? caltle thJ' loft last tM' Antl irom tno hours. Its selling price Is $1,250. tf?? ??$ tt ?? emue lur. Simpson wore anu tne wuy U VUk ' h WUl? CaSt l0a"lttS l0k towards a Tho aggregate bonded debt of tho "POPULAR & THE certain house In town, It w as evident cities of tho United States is over JW1"il "J 'I?' ri I'llKlllilllllllHI WWWW that the cattlo'trade was not occupying that of the cities of Kngland, " sfsumytxr" all his attention. A great many of the $1,025,000,000, and that of tbo cities of In the last 17 friends of Mr. II. S. Reynolds and fam- Franco, $040,000,000. i ily wore here Tuesday to see them leave years tho increase in the debtof Amerfor Ohio, where they will make their ican cities was $110,000,000, and those ;;ijfljfrflf: ........"".....muH. home. Ilcre's hoping that they may of Kngland, $505,000,000. do well and make lots of friends in the VV Statistics claim that the earth will Buckeye State. L. G. Gooch bought 0 not support more than about 5,01)4, zlU ' quite a number of the farms that was people. The present population is sold for taxes by Mr. Newland Monday. i -i Misses Minnie and Maude Caldwell estimated at 1,467,000,000, the Increase gave a social to a number of their young boing 8 per cent, each decade. At that : friends Saturday night and all present rato the utmost limit will be reached in tho year 2072. J enjoyed themselves hugely. Ef5f ' . Mrs. Garfield, widow of tho lato Ca,"l)etU(;t' 8teel works at Read- -U has given $500 to tho Honry St. M?4 ing, Pa., has justreceived u "hurry up" George Tucker Memorial Hall at , order from tho navy department for ' 11 Washington & Lee University. Mr. X T,000 4fWtlt tffs steel projectiles ranging In weight from 480 to 1,080 pounds each. Tucker was u member of Congress and This will keep the largo plant running ono of President Garfield s most inti UtANK J.ItKRII, and day until lato in July. This mate friends. . ' .tV n'?ht t'hlcutfo MM O, 1 A ir M- .V EEd looks war-likllirnv The boys at the Children's Homo nt -i- Vuio. Etit tfr tft 4r Bellefoutaine, O., went hunting. They T T Tho captain general of Cuba, Gen. scared up u skunk, and, not knowing . i Blanco, has cabled tho authorities ut the peculiarities of the Inoffensive-lookinWashington, saying that tho disaster and animal, WWWwWWWW'V'PW'to' to the Malno was indleputubly duu to re&ult is too pursuedrelate.caught It. Tho . sad to an n(,eldent. Tho general seems to be a little too i revious. How does he know Baton Ludwig von Krlunger, n noted so much? banker, died In Germuny. hog-klllin- Stanford, Ky. tBn one of the youngest and best sons of George Wilkes. Sphinx, 2:20, brought only 82,500 at the New York sale. He has to hiscred-it 51 in the 2:30 list and his owner refused 850,000 for him six ycat s ago. It is computed that Joseph Leiter'a 15,000,000 bushels of wheat occupy IS,-- 1 000,000 cubic feet of space. It Is enough to uu freight cars ana tlie total weight of the grain is 900,000,000 pounds. It would make broad enough to last 500.000 people for six months. At Mrs. N. A. Garner's sale near Crab Orchard Tuesday jacks brought from $50 to 8150. The latter price was for a jack that was taken down at 8410 several years ago. A jennet with jack colt brought 800. Mrs. Spencer Hubble sold a lot of furniture at very low 1 22,-o- o'clock whistle. Judge. Ho k Tho Courier Journal U a Democratic paper, of l.x or tdght p.i;v4. IsWedne-da- y Ilrforc the Scrap. sued nntlSnuinln; of each week. Hooley Did ycz hear about Casev The Wodiio-da- y prints all the Clean News, mid the 'Saturday Mue print-- . Slorlet. quittin' wor-r- k at noon yisterdavV aiu'l all ninitsw of mh- Dooley Oi did not. Phwot med im? cial lutorcot I'octrv, homo. In tho It Is edited by Hooley Shure, it wor th' twihe Henry Watterson. twlce-u-wev- Washington Star Music - TuciJ.iv, Thursday nnd Sunday Evcuing. Iui Southern Railway THE Caledonian : Insurance Co., or Scotland. KOUNDIID 18O0. Have you spoken to papa? Bertie-1-YeI asked him through the telephone, nnd he answered: "I don't know who you are, but it's all right." rick Me Up. s; Matilda Win Accepted. PRICE pood-payin- Sx.oo a YEAR. 1 agents. Dally You get 101 good imporv of or eight pages each, for 51 lest hnn ono cent a ju- per. rueful premiums are given Club UnUern. g and commNtloti are allowed Courier-Journal. 1 1 in "5 mnitnt I'KNETKATKS R. B. MAHONY, Agt., KTANroltt), KY. year". Dally nnd Sunday, Merely nn Opinion. "I wonder why artists are ahvavs so Sunday alone, yuar." careful to sign their pictures?" "Possibly ho's the public can tell the top from the bottom." Town Topics. AMI TH Similar lint Different. : Clare There is something poetical nU marriages. about Both one year Tom What is it? Clare The licenae. Chicago News. ONLY 1 TWICE-A-WEEEK year..... L Jfl.00 S..GO EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky. J. T. SUTTON, Huatonvillo. 2.00 COURIER-JOURNA- Toniiru Virginia. Oeorgla, North and South Cttrollun. Alabama. MN-KhI- Undertaker, - .Kentucky amm FOR mum JU $2.50. Through Sleeping Cars Hctween Ixulsvlll le of Wrt IJnenln Often hi. rrlcc to the ull itwck oi Cutfiuiaud Catk- and Cary cuuntlr. nana etaaiwajton 3 I), ri. Mtntjjfr. Crnur. and the South T. L SHELTON, KOWI.AND. More. Walker Did you say your wife's a member of a secret society? Talker It was secret before nhs joined. Norristown nerald. Xo DR. W. We linvo made a special cluhhlngurrangu-men- t Kncli wavliotween IxjuUvlllennd Lexington with the Courier JourTUniv, O. l A . nal, and will vend that paper find our. for W. A. Washington. D. C And will keep constant! v ou hand ttio.'elll- the price named to all our NUbscrlbom who co. rail llrnuch nun oilier loaia anu W. II. TAYLOF, A O. V. A will renew and pay In ndvance. or to all new I.ouUvllle, Ky. ask tho patronage, of tho public. Stanford stil)ncrlters who will pay In ndvanco. Samfriends who want Coal ran leave order Tilth ple copies of Courier-Journeut free on J. II. lllggtn, which will receive prompt atapplication. T, I sWKLTON. tention, All subscriptions under this olTer must bo V. P. WALTON. scut to OK STASKOBD, KY. ICv. TwIce-a-WeoV THREE DAILY TRAINS Has Gone Hack into the Business, KY.. Coal 11 al Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Stanford, maEsk COMMISSIONER'S PUBLIC m SILL Pild up CaplUl, Sarpltti, S200.000 OC 17,603 80 Mason Hotel MIIS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. J.C.jVIcGLAy sky-hig- WVTt?WWWWW2 ti4444444a l-- one-hu- lf tif?!! t t!?; ' l-l- (.l(. "&,,&& rkfifhtol Yffio 8S00,-000,00- 0: I rffitjtt t to tf C00,-00- ! ! preo-iden- t, TFVF-WV7- it: '- it '' """'""""tmr L..l..Jt.titit..t.-i.'"yWWWWWWVWi &k&&&fclhkbblbi, 1 D-v- Iiy prorlslons or In iharter, d potltort are a ItUYLi: CIUCL'IT COCItT. Newly furnlflhcd, clean heds; nplcnded fully protected as are deioltora In al onal Banka, Tho. Mcltoberlt, I'lalntltr, v J. W. (iuwt, Ac. It. shareholder, being held Itid rldually llabl. W lablo. Evetvthing Porters IHifendents. the amouutof their itock thertln at meet SO trains Ilf virtue of a Judgmrnt of the Boyle Circuit the par Talue thereof, In addition to the amount in. Court la thentiove itjled caw. rvmlerfd at llic Jan- reated In iuch iharea It mar act a. executor ad. a. uary term, 1JU7, thereof, I will, ...ini.t..ir iriuw. Ac.asfullr who an Individual. base entrustTendering our thank, to thoe O.N MONDAY, KEIillUAItY !, 2Ut, ed thtlr buslneas lo us, we trust they will rontluu a guarantee for prompt atto do so, aud we ofler as g i at 1'4 o'clock, v. m . or thereabout, the flrtt tention to same our 20 year, experience In lank-luday of the I'ebruar icitii oi me iiorie Counijr and a. liberal accommodation, as are consistent Court), sell to the highest and t didder, at with sound banting. U'fore the court Iioiik1 door in the town DtHXCTOKS. of Danrllle, Ky , the following drocrlbed iiroiieitr, , J. J. William., MU Vernon; rlrW. II. williliuius, nmucmmt, ! J. Il.iiwsier, J. S Owsley, Sr., Kv., S. 11. Shauks, Wlliuui ooocu, J.K. , j 8 J. Kmbry, situate In Uoyle county, Ky KlrM tract dmcrllieil A. W. a follow J. K. I. Tim, hltuile alwitt two uillm fmiu the town ut Danrllle, and nn the turnpike road leading fruiu J. N. Meiiefee. orncxas Danrlllu to Stanford, and tauuded ou the north by iiic iiirui'iKo imn lenniiiK irum iauTine lo ijincai-te- r H.Shanka. Ire.ldent; and the land of William YiKer, on thciwxilh J. 11. Ow.ler i.ashler; Urlght Tflllei liy the turnpike road LnwIIij W M. from Datnlllo to Stanford, on iheeatl hy the land, of Win. Yeascr Goods Warranted. and Iteulen tienlr) 'a estate, and on I he wtt hy the second tract herein lclow deixrlUil, and Guaranteed. -- ttl acre., 2 tikxU and l; polM, ami lieinx theain laud on uhlch J W. (nu- -t atul w I f reGive Hint a Call. sided on January 'nd, 1SW. OK STANKOUD, KV. Second tract dovrlNil ?rfoloir Situate aliout mile from the town ol Danville and adjolni llt tract the nlwiedicrllnftl, and la hounded ou the Capital Stock 5100,000. Surplus, S15.750 , (!. LlMliV, John H. Casilkmam, north hy the turunikeroid lcadl-from DanvJIr mmHIi lir tho turnpike ni.nl to l.inc.Kter, on the Attention of the public It called to the fact that lwidlnu fruin I'.unllle to Manfonl, on the cat hy Is the only National Ilank In SstBiiforU. the hind alxireileMribcd, and on the. hy the thi. the prottslon. ot tho National lUnk Act projMTtyor IMraiu,andc malm II acres and 3 roods aresecure.1 not only by the capital .tock, Uich of :dd tno InifH win lie nilit In one Ixuly .tockholder.' liability tor an amount but by a. u whole; the tract tint aloe will lie caualtnthe tKk o that depositors of thi. lustltu-lio- n the it hrt wild, and if and notInrealise a Mini sutliclcnt Ire .worn secure.! by a fund ol SAO.bw. to piv the debts uott. this suit, ninouuiintt ol the condition ol tho Hank are made to SjK.tm.tai, then the nwiind Inict will he Mild atatcnienta to the Culled States tloTerniuenl and It. year Aud il from Hinn,eu( Iwili will tracts sum of each stated time by goTerniuent jW.Ul.Vli Is not reallied, then; the underilgned asset, are examined atadditional and perfect .alet. arfents, thus curing t'ommtfeloniT will, ,0Thl'ins"ltution originally established as the ON MONDAY, MAItCIl llth, 1"',1 ltank ol Stanford lu 13S then reorganUcil again he National llank nfhlaiitord In leo5 andanford at 1 o'clock. I'. M.,or therilouts, helni? the first National Uank of h day of the .March term of the Lincoln County ( ourt, reorvanlicd as the Tlrst autinlnterrupted exist-"m- e h:ia had practically ll to the hhthertauil w bidder at public imlcrr fur 33 year.. It Is letter suppllcl now in front ol the court Ikmim; In I he town of .Stanford, MANAdLltS, and lacllltlra for transacting buslueos promptlyhonorable Ky., the two following devriliw tracts of land, or before! n Its long and ..ver ki Hindi thereof as may he netvMary lo pay and career. than of Individuals, fiduciaries tlriui Accounts Oommorce Louiavillo. rulx the lulanre due upoa ald bIkho after the s.dc of the two tracts of land in and Individual. solicited. DIKECTORl. llovlo county. Agent. Throughout tho outh. J. W. llayden, Stanford tint tract descrilml as follows Situate in Lin- V. Held, Lincoln Co.; coln county, Ky , nnd containing about 27.1 acres S.T. IllirrU, " ajigliuun, ' b."., 111, ,11 and lyiiirfat or near the louu of Crab Orchard and J S. Docker, " Itualo on lioth id-- s of the Wilderness turnpike W. A. '1 ribble, V. V. Walton, " ro.id, and udjoius the land, of .Mrs l'arris, It II laical Agent, J.II.Colller.Crali Orcli'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. llronaiiKh, Charles Adams and tieorve James' Heirs and Include the lauds inherited by J. W. M, D.Klmore, Stauford. orriCRKS. (iiest from Id. f.ilhtr, Jacob (meat Second tratt decribeil as follows Situate In Lin- J. S. Hocker, President; J. J. Mcltobcrli CasliU coln couuty, K)., and cotitalniuK IS acres and k A.:A. McKlnnay, AnlstantCushler. name laud coutc el to drfeiulent J. W. (uic.t by the .Matter Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court on behalf of 11 W, I'arrU' Heirs. TKItMS sales will l made ou credit of 0 and 12 months, eu.il pa) meats, nod the purchasr will I required to execute liontls with jpproved surety, payable to the undersized, tiarHij; lorce and ctlect of a JiiiUnieut, and bearing Interest from diyof Tho Floriilu A New Orleans Limited Mie until paid, at n percent per annuiii, and with llenretalued ou the proierty us additional securitrains of thu & ty lor the payment thereof. run Ituoiigli toJaukfiouvilluund The amount to be raled by the pale, Including New Urlcnti8 in --M hours from Cincinnn-ti- . NA8HVILLE, TENN. costs, WVJI5.0U. Cll.VS. C FOX, Master Com'r Uoyle CIr Court. These fnst tmlns nro of tho finest typo, OFriCrAT.LY KKPRHSKNTS luxuriously fitted, mid limning on a perfirBt-clasa. I.ancnicr, i Kentucky. ih..itntnf H. C. RUPLEY, ln-i- The Merchant Tailor, Stanpohd, - Two Tracts of Land Ca-sl.- Cari-enter- Is Receiving lilH Fall And "Vlntcr Goods. Fit FIRST NATIONAL BANK K Un-d- ret rOYVLi d-- s dirlll INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. jd u bt B3BBEE S CSSTLEM&. Building, men-tiun- el VT. A. TRXBBXiX. Stanfoku, Kkntucky, IT" Veteran. Two Samplet, Foar r r.;derate 24 HOURS Quoon Route Croscont I e. Su. I I .Mo I Ttt 8 15 PEBHUAUV. We Tn 1 a -' I I I I I br 4 I I United Confederate Veterans, fan. United Daughters of the Confederacy, 6" The Sons, and other Organizations. 10 61.00 a II g j I 7 14 I 'J I I ! ! 18 20 I I 10 JjO 2r 27"L'8 L 10 17 11 18 J 12 I yir. Two-Ce- nt Stim; fect road-beWinter Tourist Low round-tritickets on side throughout tho North. An elegant service of Onfo, Parlor, and Observntion Cure on these trnins. Double dally train service d. p I I "I' 2L25J I" I SPIJCXA- - A. CUNNINGHAM. Rim"CTION lit Clut wilt thl Paoec S. WT?ffttftttftfttttttHH L- I -J- ..ITTZ BOTH 1YGKR, $2,60 "Write for information to W. C. Rinearson. (ieu'l Puss'r Af,''t Cincinnati, O. Send 10 cents for lino Art colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Chicka-uiuug- a. mmmttmmmgimmm'