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NEIGHBORING COUNTY HEWS, NO. 102 ML VERNON. S .Sheriff James .Sanders sold a irood The residence of L. J. Withorspoon The snow storm tho first of the week of South- saddle hor-.pox now In tlio town to Judge W. E. Walker at Lawronceburg, was burned, loss $",- was quite severe. eastern Kontucky, in wull in in other for a party in at $113. '0, The merchants object to so many with a tendency evWood Uobltnon and Boono White, parts of the State, I he Cincinnati Southorn was the auctions, goods arc We are'rerelving daily now our going too cheap, ovor olllolnl control colored, wore fined $20 each In the poi flr-- t erywhere to break to pay its franchise tax and it took Mr. John Jones is filling a lucrative anil assume an epidemic form, tho local lice court on tho charge of fornication. $2.,000. as guard In the peultentlarv. Board of Health feels It to bo Its duty The roport that Lat Clark came here George . Craig, the colored mem- Several persons received severe falls to warn tho people to take decisive from Mlddlosboro with small-poIs bor of the Harrodaburg city council, 0n the icy streets last Tuesday. No to protect the community from falso In toto, as he ha3 not even como died Monday. damnge was done, however. 1 and out of the scvcifll hundred dozens of Men's, Ladies', Mioses nnd rortunntoiy here. this loathsome malady, J Craig Neal, a Methodist preacher, Is Children's Shoes we can p cae you. We nre eaccr to show them nnd m,.. Thomas Stewart, of Wlldle, won precaution Is as certain Messrs. Elshor Herring and Saulloy In jail the method of you to get our prices The many thousand readers of this paper at Williamsburg for asaultlng tfie przo ftt tl)e conC(,u contest last X, will find that we will treat you right. Give us a trial. Our In Its action as It In cheap and easy to Hughes have been on tho sick list, but his wife with intent to IJJ kill. Tuesday evening. There were 10 speak- - VJ) will soon be open. Gents furnhhinir good", trunks and Valises, they are improving. J. W. Millar went obtain. Vaccination and Boyle National Bank stock sold Mon- - Urs. 'V vito Louisville this wcok. properly done, with reliable day at Jlflllu. $170 and Citizens Nation J. X. Sharp and his handsome wlfo and U The secret investigation of the Maine ai oi iianviHB rus, is a CUUTAIS lMtKVKNT10N at i.ji to sia-.n- u. are stopping at the Miller House. Mr. unttrcly free from dnnger. Notwith- disaster Is going hard with our lighters Tho headquarters of the eighth inter- The Leading Shoe and" Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY, et but If war Is declared they will settle nal revenue district will be removed sharp Is receiving many compliments HI this safe, cheap and standing that ns Commonwealth's Attorney and mnk-froprotection Is within the reach of down at their usual vocations. Hlchmond to Djnville March 13. ' n friends here right along. d The fowl interest is becoming one of all, It Is estimated that noarlv G. W. Hunter, of Harrodsburg, won The sermon at the Christian church of tho people of this State have Garrard's most important industries. tho honor of representing Central Unl-- 1 ia9t Sunday night was pronounced by of It. Intel- There are live Incubators in the counnever availed themselves verstty at the contest. many the best that had ever been ligent people should not wait for the ty with a hatching capacity of 200 each. Gen. Collier went u Jessamine to in-- 1 preached there. Hev. L M. Boswcll The scarlet fever has not spread any quire into the charges that law to force them to an ovldent duty. the soldiers ffttV0 tho "mcrcenarv fool" some No one should allow himself, or atiy furthor and the two cases reported are the tollgates wore drunk, but Ung blows from a Bible stand-poinFor his wants and Informs his better halt one for whom ho Is, responsible, to re- much bettor. It has appeared In a very found It untrue. leaving in the minds of his manv hear- to buj Ids and es- mild form and the school Is still in main unvacelnated at any time J'here was one death from small-poerg b0mo thrilling arguments against present danpecially In tho face of the James Conn, a young farmer, and at Mlddlosboro Tuesday. Nineteen- the curse of this fair land, ger. cases are reported at Jellico and 20 casEdgar Albright came home from Mi-- s Lucy, daughter of I. C. Backer, es Tho oMjrntlon should ulwnys bo done at Coeburn, Va. Centre College last Friday on a visit. were married at Paint Lick Wednesday. by a competent physician, and tho perLoroin is now quarantined against! Cress, of Wavno countv. i vlsiind ' son vaccinated should bo seen by him Both parties are prominent In social smallpox, and persons without a health will Prom us. .Merchant Tailors. Tancv Socks. his brother, Tom Cres9, this week. Dr. sT LaSJ--- " . may know circles. from time to time thnt he siacy Adams' line Shoes. All certificate are not permitted to lenvo or Lawrence has loiatcd here. Little Joe The Knight of the Maccabees aic good things como that n perfect result ban been secured. come to Corbln. News. and Annie, daughters of Mr. W. A. B. from While vaccination does confer protec- preparing to hnvo an entertainment, Georgetown Times Insinuates Davis, are quite ill. Ed Woodall exThe It cannot bo depended upon to consisting of speeches, music and spell- that the visit of a mxstcrlous woman to tion, continue throughout the life of tho In- ing nnd defining mntohos. A small ad- Gen. Clay will make Dora come to time pects to take charge of the eectlon at Hazel Patch next week. Messrs. Leonmission foe will be charged to raise a dividual: tho susceptibility slowly if there is any jealousy or curiosity In ard Bethurum and Sam Lewis KY. fund to purchu-- c legalia. are In so that us tho years go by, her composition Louisville. Mrs. Dr. J. T. Brooks, of rp Master Willie Brynnt, son of John T. .. ri ... 1.. i o Is essential at not longer 'Ml... oouy o. ..-- . ... 'y i no 4uko ucorge. woo was ; parig, and Mr. Jas. Spillman, of d U eight or JO years. In- Leave!, aged four years, dlod suddenly intervals than by a falling tree on Jack Chlnn's olisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. .:; deed, when any person Is exposed to an of croup on Tuesday, having been sick farm.in Mercer, was exhumed by ro- Jas. jOI)Hn. M1 plorelle Browa ac only one day. The remains wore burepidemic of sinall-jKiquest of his brother, and a $100 bill compaied by Mr. Robert Brown, ro led In Lanomtor Cemeterv on Wednesi should be Insisted upon. : found In a secret pocket of his panta- - lurne(1 (rom LeVoJ Greon day. Saturday. Incuse of failure "to take," there I will be at my Lancaster gallery In Ioon,, Walter Saunders, of Livingston, Is In should be rojHjtltlou of the vaccination the Thompson Building Monday, counss HmilLi:. John Blank' old sow town. Indefinitely if there be positive almost My stock Shoe. yet compri.xos many smull-M)Certain races, ty court day, and will remain there all caiiL'hta 10 pound jumper the other' J. N. Brown, whose nom deplume Is oxH)Mre to the week. Come and have your pic- day, but for fear the tlsh had been dead Buck Varnon. is foreman of the grand of the Choicest Thing, of the Season, in notably the Nogruos eom to be inoio tures taken. M A. J. Enrp, photograpor, for some time, tho old sow had It all to jury About 00 indictments hnve been 'V. I susceptible to the disease than othore, Stanford. i herself. Elder George Gowen will returned. No indictment has been I but no one Is Insiiscoptlblo. The marriage altar has again put an preach at the Christian church here found against SherilT Mulllns and posse W' confronting this With the danger end to a trial. Leuvol Schooler, color- Sunday afternoon at 2:150. Mr. Win who loured in the Crooked Creek kill- county It Is but right and proper that ed, against ; every one should submit to the simple was sworn whom a seduction warrant Hubble had his son, Spencor, broucht lnK- Charles Harris, on trial for mu- t:i In all the popular . But they mint go beout, sought the sable damsel homo from Lexington Asylum Sunday du, Wtt!S acquitted; Steve Adkins, ma-o- n operation of vaooluntlon for its proph- and I ' they wcie married by Judge Burn-sid- e sinull-pox- . account of his falling health, that Hcious cutting, was given one year in r en u e ylactic jKjwor aguinil on Monday night, tho trial having he might wulton him hotter thnn he(tne penitentiary: William Eldridge, Iy. lymph should t employed in evi been set for Tuesday. could be attended to ovor there. About i concealed weapons, $23 and 10 days in in xlrws Is liable ery cane, as huniauUed Mr. W. H. Lackey reports that a live weeks airo ho su Ho rod a paralytic ' JalI Jamos Durham, house breaking, ' to convey Into the system some consti- large croud attended John B. Chum-ley'- s stroke; since that time ho has been un one in the pen; Wilson Hull", mur-i3! That is in them anil the room tutional taint. Animal virus is free they occupy. Prisale Wednos lay and that stock lllkl.ft tfcw t..l1L t.'ltl.rt.., .ti OllUlltJI .II1U VJilll (leri sevcu years: Smith Ping, breach of ...HIV . tbliuuw utc from any such imputation. : generally brought good prices. Hors- not siwak distinctly yet. He seems to $''17fine: Robert Owens, Jones Do ce reduced as follows: STKKt.K BAILI.Y, M. I)., I es sold for 32(1 to ?0; colls, S7.30 to $12: know his nearest friends, but does not mni Sam Reynolds for breach of peace, Pics. Hoard of Health for Lincoln Co. milk cows. 620; hogs sold high and give them or anything else much at- - &lb, Melissa Dotson. for : GO I shmi is brought aoout 3c; shelled oats, Ho is perfectly harmless aud ing, 20 days in jail. Many indictments CHURCH CHATTEB. f :i7e and barley, .'13c. sleeps a groat deal of his time. J. A. have been found against tho liquor : fill All $2.75 and 82.o0 good-- ; can now be had for 52 The propriety or passlpg the Goebel Hammonds and Ed Minor are in Louis- - men. Dan Owens was lined $10 for llallou will Mil the pulElder Joseph i olection bill is questioned in this secthis week, the former buying a sault, Philip Northern, gaming, $10, W and our 82 line drons to $1.50. These arc nor. pit at the Christian ohuroh agaln-ueIs suggested that an amendR- - K. Thompson, tion. It liquor selling, $35, new stock of goods and tho latter visit- -' Sunday. IWj old style, shell-wor- n ' goods, but brand new and W Lent began Wudnosday. but If it ef- ment looking to tho total abolition of ing his father. 11. L. Hubble sold two Joel Suttles, breach of peace, $13, E. "9 :;. we are the Australian systom be submitted and jacks to an Indiana party for $."100 T. Fish selling liquor $30. the !.--. (I.,. i...wi ..m...,i fects a single Stanford perron wo bo crmittod to vote like freemen, apiece. not aware of It. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Kev. .1. H. Dew, who held a meeting and remove the excuse to hide behind The attraction at Walton's Opera at tho Baptist church here, Is now en the curtain to bolt tho party. imi Oscar T. Trent, of Lawronceburg, Tho committee on pensions has re- House, Monday evening, March 7, will nnd Miss Mary Roynolds, a gaged in a revival at Lebanon. Stamping bo the "Joshua Slmpklns" Company. Kev. Meredith May, of Virginia, has ported In favor of allowing the widow It Is a strong, rural comedy drama, Ground beauty, wercmarried Wednesbeen called, and has accepted the pa- - of Gen. W. J. Laudram $.'10 per month, opening with a realistic scene of rural day. The marriage of Ignatius Donnelley lorato of the Episcopal church at rurls. Instead of $30, tho amount drawn by homo life, showing Skinner Tavern Tho meeting conducted by Uncle .loo the general. This is an Instance of re- wltli Uncle Josh's Wild Briar farm in to his young stenographer was solemn-iw- d ut Minneapolis He is nearly Hopper at Portland Presbyterian ducing a just claim, while there nre the distance. Tho play progresses, courch, Louisville, closed with 17 ad- hundreds of unworthy claimants. The abounding with Interesting situations, three times ns old as she. same amount should be paid to her that .Miss Bertie Matthls, of Klbabeth- ditions. until the climax is reached, in the was paid to him. Kantown, and J. J. Pcar&on, a New York A Congregational preacher at The old bachelors are preparing to third act, wheu u human being is help- drummer, were married Tuesday, as sas City, said In his sormon Sunday in lessly bound to a log jo be cut in twain speaking of tho Salvation army: "It Is have a convention on Friday night, by a mammoth , and is only the bride lay In bod fatally ill. absolute despotism on earth. March I, for the benefit of the Presby-terin- n saved by the timely arrival of Uncle J. V. Nunn, aged 12, and a wealthy the most Mite Society nnd the Lancaster citizen of Metcalfe county, committed It Is time to call a halt, whn the unity Josh. "Joshua Simpklns" was written ami lu loaders speak disrespectfully of Concert Band. The entire court-houswith the view of keeping an audience suicide near Kdmontou, bocuuee of InM to be reserved at .15o a seat. It is thoroughly amused and fully churches." it carries sane jealousy of his young wife, aged Kevs. Strother M. Cook, of Mercer, Hld to lie a hurloHiue, or a response to out the author's intention. Tho plot is Time has dealt lightly with Mr. and and .lames II. Morton, of TeMueee, the old maid's convention, in which not allowed to interfere with tho comeformed an evunjrolUtlo jMirmer-nhl- p tho bachelors received ko many thrtuU. dy parts, to any great extent, thus pro- Mrs. James Walker, of Cincinnati. He have and will make war on the devil In It Is sure to be an enjoyable affair and ducing a play that Is not only thrilling-l- y is 7!) and his wife is 61. Their UOth of marriage will be celebratcrowd will be in attoudauoe. tho two Stutes from now on. Mr. Cook a interesting, but Is said to contain as ed March 1. ' . Use no false faces, boys. was horo yesterday, a guest of his aunt, many laughs an there are grains in a WE llM)I E ONLY W. (J. Kmerson, the Lebanon whisky The mull democratic majority in the Mrs. Bottle Nuvlus. "heaped up" bushol of wheat. The man, who rocently got a divorce from For a very short time only the Intk-Klui- c 8th Congressional district, uvon with company numbers 23 people, travels -- v his wife, who is a Jackson out, a hown by the Ixtkkzok was will send Its JOUHNAL In a special Pullman car and carriuS a U married at Indianapolis to Miss Kath-ry- n ly and the Christian Guide oaoh one JocitNAl., should Induce tho p.utj to baud and orchestra. Cosgrovo look well to the nomination this year. year for $2.75, a saving of 73 cants to Miss Mary Owens, of Columbus, O., At a session of tho executlvo comtho subscriber. Tho Guide is the best Personal preference should bo laid 1 Is only nsido and k man, who can win, should mittee of the National Editorial Asso- tried to cut her throat wheu sho saw paper In ltd church. This offer to now subscribers to the Guide, but bo nominated. From present indica- ciation hold in the city of Chicago on her beau driving with another young old subscribers to this paper an well as tion there will be a Dumber of Candi tho U hist., it was decided to hold tho lady, but her norvo failed lior and she da te and the man who is ino.-- t popu- next annual meeting in Deuvor, Col., did horself very little damage. Made at our stoic by J no A. Ilendrcn Cnll and leave your order. now can take advantage of It. Thomas W. Walker, a clever young lar In the distiiet and has streiiL'th on Sept. (5. Tho Kontucky delegates, A little school girl In the rural dis- onoujrh at the start to remain before who received their appointments from man of McKlnnoy, and Miss Emma trict of Georgia was told to write a tho convention until othor candidates tho president of the Kontucky Press Moore, the pretty daughter of Dr. Sho are dropped lq tho only one who will bo Association, will, therefore, tako duo Groeu Moore, of the same place, were n comiosltlon on "Temperance." THE "Tompor-aue- o in the light. notice and govern themselves uccord-Ingl- married at Huston villo Tuesday. out tho following: turnod When Mike Castcllo nnd Miss Sarah William Potw, colored, was tried on Loing W. Gaines In Elkton Is more bettor than whuky. Whisa hop at Milan, Tenn., Holmes met-aky Is 10 cents a drink, and lots of it. Tuesday, on the ohnrgo of breaking Progress. both grew desperately in lovo. They been into William Jones' store at Buckeye He has My pa drinks whisky. Gen. D. R. Collier says that in 21 were married the following day and in full 1 i:i times. Ono night ho came homo last November, and stealing a coat and hours he could have 1,1130 soldlors, the just two weeks application for divorce late and in.i wont out ami cut some vest. He was hold in n bond of $200 cream of Kentucky manhood, on route was tiled. hickories and walloped him irood. which he failed to glvu and he was sent t, to tight Spain, but ho docs not think Miss Llla, daughter of T. D. Then alio ducked his head in a tub of to jail. Mr. Jones saw Potts In his action will bo necessary. Spain bus Sr., one of the richost men in soap suds and lockud him up in tho store last Saturday when ho recognised only been trying to play a little bluli Madison county, was married Wednesbarn. And tho next muriiiiitr my pa the coat und vest nnd had a warrant with Uncle Sam, nnd as soon as ho calls day to Mr. Nelson Gay, of Clark. The said ho reconud ho'd swuarotl."' Utleti issued. Ho brought tho pants in court her she will lay down her hand, adds brido is related to the Baughmans of to show that tho coat and vost wcio Observer. the same goods, wiiun the court Kept the general in truo dead sport purj this county. MOTUBKUOOD. Just a year ago E. D. Standlford, Jr., the pants to Ik- used as evidence m tho h.ncc. Tho Mos&cngor says that thoro aro son of the late president of tho L. & N., Mark'st thou tho straujo, waet circuit court, Jones remarking that it in her oyu ? was bad weather to he without pants. lilO busluosb und 070 rosldenco telo eloped with and married Miss Llllie near to Hoavon' shin- Thorn ure several In jail who will llko-l- pnonas in use In Owcnsboro. Tho for- Gerard. Neither wns of ago nor now. Sho has been mer are ohargad at $2.30 a month and Tho youth boon tired of his play thing ing portal. take a trip to Frankfort. ttio latter at $1.50, making a very ro- nnd, as she alleges, treated her badly And thoro, whllo Death utld Life stood . a jear. This almost fiom tho start, finally abandonA watching oj, 'I. tUt up jetublu total Uli .V -- J .. ing her aud going to Virginia, whero s exclusive of pay messages. . s aim inHath plucked, with trumbltuir 'Imad, Ih Um jsvtl t Lout-rtii. ,c date ol the christening of tho ho is now. Wednesday sho lestituted Uuai stioiiid i.u.iiiber tho oxperioiiiu a ilowY immortal. I Wo agents for Esther Cotuell In Muroh Ladies' of Clnciiiuuhi u..uoi u similar state of batt ship "Kentucki" Is now fixed for suit for divorce against him and pray- - ' You are solo judge of it tho nlmvoe Machine. EveryIt.MaH'no sol a a Gua .uuqi a o wi'l lilo Trv i lo ho the j Ing for $73 a month alimony. Mar.' 21th. Homo Journul. Mls-Uslp- pl po-lti- uo-tlo- n x I a '; f SPRING : STOCK SHOES AND FUflNISHINBS. , 't toll-gate- s I CALDWELL & LANIER, pel-fe- m one-thir- i Inier-collogla- te ) Giving Orders ! tell-guardl- t, sue-slot- ). x Neckwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, jircf The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., DANVILLE, I Nich-kllle- ..:::' ....i'r...-.- ::: i I ms I ii CHEAP SHOES. ofLndio' II I - 1 HA1MDTURNB St ENGLISH WALKING SHOES, la-4- Ho-vi- I I i0' NEED THE MONEY 1 -t I l):!-'- house-break-tentio- n. 1 l: M50 Woods H. HU2.S0. i I 4i .41 as-vll- le i. J oROBERTS. m buzz-saw- e on liu-if- c emi-woe- k -- grand-mothe- r, HUD-I- iy llMMiliS B. K. WEAREN & SON. y. t QUEENWASHINGMACHINE, Che-naul- - rndl-anc- o igBm y ituv-l'UI'- O . . . oil-t',7-- 10 e, - . HOGGINS & M'KINNEY. f I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SrANFORD. K. - Feu. 25. lS9S W. P. WALTOX. I? - I M a & ? Thk Legislature has done nothing yet in the matter of amending the libel law against newspapers. As it now stands it is oppressive and unjust and POLITICAL POINTS. tons and cost $120,000. not in keeping with the times. Under "My little daughter was taken with a tlUlroMlng cough, Three men wore killed in a mint brought by any tcamp it, suits can be A Kentucky Negro has landed a job. near which for three years defied oil tho remedies I tried. At Philadelphia by one of thorn atwho imaginos himself libeled and length on tho urgent recommendation of a friend, I liegan to James R. Spurgeon was appointed tempting to ram down a dynamite cart, wants to have his feelings salved her Dr.. Aykr'h ClldtltY PlXTORAL. After using one to the legation at Monrovia, Li ridgo between two rocks. ittlo I found to my grca, purprlso that nho wan improving. with money, in any county in the State beria. Three bottles completely cured her." J, A. GRAY, Trav. At Sioux City, la.. Albert O'Contur that even ono copy of the paper may go. Senator Hanna expresses tho opinion was so overjoyed on hearing a Salesman Wrought Iron Itango Co., St. Loub,Ma. for example. verdict Tako our own experience that there will be no war between the of not guilty in his trial for highway Some time since we published a four ought It is a very bad state of atTalrs when United States and Spain. That robbery that ho fell dead. line paragraph culled from a dispatch tho power of tho military has to be in- to settle it. M. Zola, tho French editor and novto a Cincinnati paper, about a man wo put up In Senator Bronston has written a let- elist, was found guilty on slzo bottfos didn't know existed and whom we could voked so often in this State, but wo aro all counts mt to Judge Pryor saying he will not price . glad that we have a governor with tho ter cents withone year's imprisonpossibly not libel, if we had, and for Congress this year and sentenced to and with backbone to act, when weak, time- bo a candidate ment and to pay a fine of 11,000 franks. out a reqnest for a correction against Settle. no other notice than a subpoena, a suit serving county judges refuse or fall to adRobert Shipp and Lloyd Hortou met President CdcKtnley delivered nn for $5,000 damage? was filed against us do so. In Jessamine county, the judge Washington to tho students of in Taylor county to settle their differdress on in a county more than 100 miles away refused to allow but two guards to a gate and the pike officials deeming the University of Pennsylvania at ences in blood. Shlpp was Instantly and in which wo have but a small list killed and Horton was mortally woundon Philadelphia. of subscribers. There was nothing in them insufficient for protection and A conferoncoof prominent republi- ed. 2S the case, aa it was demurred out of their appeal, Gov. Bradley ordered Officers of tho United States cruiser cans of Kentucky will be held In Loucourt, but it occasioned large attorney soldiers from Lexington and they were isville Saturday. They are supposed Montgomery, after a thorough Investiplaced at the four gates threatened and other fees, and much trouble. At & gation, report that 08,000 people are bit- to bo any time we would havo gladly cor- with destruction. There Is a very confirmed the nomina- starving In the province of Matanzas The Senate rerected the article and made due amends ter feeling against the soldiers, a port says, but it is not likely that the tion of R. D. Hill to bo district attor- alone. had the man shown that he had been At Paducah, Tom Hammon shot and ney for Kentucky and John D. White's No bitterness will bo permitted by those clone an injustice, and asked It. killed William Hall, who assaulted run work went for naught. reputable newspaper man would think who entertain It, to cause them to No cniicc for alarm, we nre not going to Hon. J. M. Richardson, of the Glas- him with an ax and broke his arm. A of publishing any thing he did not be- the risk of being shot or bayonVited. Klondike, hut you will think of for quarrel between their wives started gow Times, Is favorably spoken lieve was true. So the libel law should The Louisville Times grows face- prison commissioner, and his newspa tho row. be amended so that the publication of When Mrs. C. L. Huggins. of Louiswe refused a per friends would bo glad to see him an article correcting or retracting any tious over the fact that son for ville, whipped her Tom get it. libelous or incorrect utterance in a date to a "meretricious" Undo Tho Senate passed, by a vote of o2 to disobeying hor, he threatened to shoot in tho "onobling" specified time after the first publication Cabin Co. and let To Joshua Simpklns, and expatiates at 4, tho bill providing for the enlistment her, but changed his mind and fatally sumo where, when von si our prishall be an estoppel against procecd-ingsfces on general merchandise They ate length on the alleged blessings that of two additional regiments of artillery shot himself. damages. The additional amend"dirt cheap" In every seii'-- of lho worU. In Falls county. Texas Josso Kolloy for service In manning tho coast dement requiring all such suits to be Stanford enjoys in the combination of fense batteries. We hwir poop e haying everyday: "lain shot and klllod two Dewalt brothers, Mirry I did not get your prices before I brought in the county In which the pa- editor and theatrical manager. Lauriett Senator Morgan introduced a bill, who had threatened his life on a false bought, I could havo wived money, per is printed ought also to be adopt- Blakely, who is in charge while getting better styles, dedans Ac. Logan Is enjoying the balmy which was adopted, for the construc- accusation of sending an offensive valLegislature ed. It is hoped that the Now to ouch and every one wi advise you of Florida, can not overcome tion of a battleship "equal, at least, to entine to their sister. will grant this small act of justice to breezes not to hnvo this .hiuihi reason tu regret It, Dick Allen, u Negro burglar, was any warship in tho world." to be namhut the newspapers. The amendments are his predolcctlon to poking fun, and ed "George Washington." jail at May He Id by a mob taken from in lino with tho laws of Indiana and would make sport of his grandmother The sundry civil appropriation bill and hanged to a tree in the court house no cr swojeci ciaimoa nis audi Tennessee and very similar to those of tion, we may nave occasion soon iy reported to Congress, carries $101,000 yard. He confessed that he bolongud Massachusetts and other States euro him of a very pernicious habit, for Kentucky river; $107,230 for the to a gang of Negro robbers. and be satisfied The body of Robert Dickson, the however, and will do so even to the ex Ohio falls at Louisville, and $i"0.000 ex-- j Bills covering nearly all of the See the big cut in our clothiuir dopiui-motremity of shooting him in the neck, if for Cumberland river above Nashville. missing night watchman, was found ln cellcnt suggestions of Gov. Brail ley itii Immense Men' milti, good, The Virginia House passed a bill au- - the ruins of the Ashland Fire Brick nothing else will suffice. a.l wool unojJt itf.M). Men' clay wrt-uwere presented in the Legislature, but thorizing State banks to issue notes ro Works. Tho coroner's jury said he fttiitri i7, Hoy hi;ltei ?.1c and to ifi, most of them were either murdered Official reports show that 177,000 deemable in silver bullion at its retail was murdered and robbed. ItoyV kiiecpmil8dpnrtiiiom divided into outright or permitted to die u natural Federal soldiers deserted during the market value. This measure is design throe lntf at the following prirm '2Hc, Wtr. At Lake City, S. C Nejrro PoUmus-te- r death, tho more's the pity. Instead of war. A great many of these cowardly ed to avoid, by indirection, the w per and 60c. Baker and an infant son wore kill Wo have jiut received a big line of the strengthening the mob law as he rec- - ecamos have had their disabilities re- - cent, tax on State banks. ed by a mob and their bodies cremated newest ommended, the body seems determined m0VC(i nnj are Hvlncr on pensions they The total number of officeholders In in the ashes of his home. His wife and to render It of no value by making do not jescrvC) while Congress wastes tho civil service of the country is 17V four children were badly shot. property holders and not the county j valuable time dally in placing others In 717. The aggrogate salaries amount to Mrs. Tom Jonos and her eon were pay for guards, the county payment g00(1 landing, who never had any $99,3Si),92.S. Theclasslfiel list of offic- killed near Rome, Daviess county, by a VN clause alone making it to the interest standing, except as cravens who lun eholders numbers S7.10S, leaving In the falling tree. They were snwlng down Untight before the high larifl Imped of all tho people to combine against jn wur an(j f0Uj,nt in peace only to live unclassified list 01, HOI), of which num- the tree to make u plant bed, when it our drills goixU life, it ii full of bargains Thurciae Mill a few more of tho cheep mobs. There are many others nearly '0r tie bounty of the government. It ber about (10,000 are fourth-claspost- foil, striking both of them, killing towels and Ac., left from lnt weolco n as important Including the recommen- - a tl rcnt and .'rowing outrage for masters. them instantly. mle, mine and got thorn. dation for a new capltol and legislation which individual members as well as Tho effort to expel Maxwell Howard Because her mother beat her unmerI.oV nt our new lino of Tailoring Miirts, to carrv into effect the present law Congress should be held accountable. chairman of the Marion county republi cifully, Katie Wishman, a over 2ft0 Mylw If you wnnt the lxt concerning Houses of Reform. The can' committee, because it was claimed Columbus, O., girl, left home and re former, though presented in form of a T,B Goeboi election bill by u vote of ho was a came near re- mained in an for a week. : bill, will not even be reported back to 39 t0 u ,n lho IIouse cauclWi ond by u sulting in a general fight. B. T. Con- When found hor foot woro froxgnnud it N : body, as much as such a building is ppacticolIy u,ittnImoiw vote of the 07 way made tho motion, it is said, the was necessary to amputate them. needed, while no action at all will be members present In tho joint caucus Von ever tnw fur Jl'i, buy it of u.. Howard would not endorse him A Guthrie man dreamed that his taken on the latter very urgent mat- -' wa3 cn(lorscd as a parly mea3llr0f the for postmaster, but Howard won bunds wife was not true to him ami he decidter, as no bill to that end has Dcen " ' moreB the pity. 0ne or more House down. ed to keep his uyos skinned. It took troduced and it being too late now to mQmbcrs who were absent? aro foP lno Booker T. Washington, of Tuskogoe, less than 21 hours to find that she was get through. Something ought surely raea8Ul.Ci lhei.oby givlnff it a majority Ala., the colored leader, Jias written not and now he is suing for divorce. R to have been done, to make the law lm- -' ln the HoUs(, Ml. Nmth W(lK tho mak. an open letter to the Louisiana ConstiT D KNKY. MnioMrr It i said that Adolph Sejrnl. the mediately effective, or it should be re- - er of lb(J m()lon l0 adopUho biu. It u tutional Convention, commending the Philadelphia capitalist, who has been IlrHnrb More nt Pari. Carlisle. Alt Sir. pealed altogether. The trustees are fl(l,d thftt 20 (leraocraW WUI refuse to restriction of the ballot as a protection line, IWnlsiown, LiiwrencebiirL', Cynthia-ntired of the delay and uncertainty in bUo the ,,eclB,on of lhe caucU8f wnlch against the ignorant of both racoi and buying Eastern Kentucky railroad VcrvMillen, Kml lienor, (ieoreotoun, property, will build the road fi out the premises. KliMbethtnwii. Frankfort will prevent tho passage of the bill urging that "in the decree that you Beattyville to Plnevillo, and will eventunil Mmick- port, Ind Qvei' ttlc govoor'd veto. close the ballot box against the igno- ually own a system which will oimn up TUB Rov.tSuin Jones, having tried rant you open tho school house." -- K another line to the Atlantic seaboard. his hand in the pulpit and on the loc-- j lntention to reduce passengor 'i- ' &.T,V, SV IV, V e V A . !.? i uy. r j st im turc platform with success, has decided ratM lo 2 ccnt!j u inUe ,1W bo(jn aban. ' Divers now working upon the wreck-o- d Wmrr " SLT rfSV " BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. fcr vV.. .. 75STvV .K .V to enter the dangerous game of pollIVsO ,V 'I Maine have found that the forward (jne, by tm. Legislature. a8 it id0f thu ' ',yv t.Vf Mrs. Margaret Stout was gored to half of the vessel has been completely tics, and has accordingly announced his. opinion doubll(JaS that what lho Me. cow at Aurora, Ind. candidacy for governor of Georgia, , Cll(ml bil, wm d0 for blown lo piuees In the terrible explois a plen- - death by a States District Judge Barr sion of last week. This hns eaueed the preferences ty- - We hope yet that the latter bill without stating his party United or his platform, though ho will doubt- may by tho veto of tho governor and sustained painful injuries in a fall. Washington authorities lo feel tlmtthe Col. R. L. Critrlor, of Fayette, was real cause of the disaster may never be less run on tho prohibition issue. The tho lack of a s vote overriding robbed of his $2,o00 sparkler at Cincin- known. Atlanta Constitution is inclined to re- it, fail of becoming a law. That im the ople are ISrenkin fur gard this latest freak of the erratic nati. The Cincinnati Enquirer and othet Sam as a joke, but he says he is deeply Thk colored newspaper published at Turner Rold. a Mexican veteran and sensational papers seem determined t citizen of Mu Sterling, have war with Swin, whether or no. and deadly in oarnest. .Somebody once Lexington repudiates the Rev. Peter died suddenly. advised a certain Samivel bevnre Vinegar, who, it says, is a lineal It publishes cables from Iluvunu thu MlUl fll'llll!' U III l.il - ,U t. tl IIV rWllICHIL' ... Itliitr. . ,. I.. ....r.u,,.. !...!..- 1... ,I.iiiiikc I... ., .1. .. At Oakland, Cal., a young Negro .1... f n'o A.. irn. Some clos friend of this scendant of Balaam's uss. It further "........, w.. ,i.prir..Uo.is l,K.inini' i Di I'Hi I h ive in irked MeUHIS , low that down girl and then com- - M..uCDU,u Sam ought to take him out behind tho says that he is an old sot and should murdered a white ui iiiiuiioi'jiis I luuitiiurMive cidmii Willi lint a utile u va mui kurpuuiiua. uii tuko all kinds of pro- ,..,. ,iiii1,.i.,.tnlv ,,i,,n,.,i house and whisper in his oar: Bo- - have his name changed to Peter Whis- - maiou suiLiuu. ti. inn e hi me niKiit st pru hi exnaiijp jor Kxh ti.hinv What do ton think of girl cnuud from terror, j A ware of polities, Samivel. ky. It is likely that when Peter meets t,mt wni M aml ,ior Iant vfow 40c Double Width the editor ho will make it "A d d hot sho and killed her drunken brother in u,0le cun w 10c, th(. 3 ml Prosperity seams to have struck day" for him. j Nebraska City. Mon'c suits at f .", up. siiocH, :Vn" II.iIm J."u)Hp mini (Jraiiulateii Sugar, 31. some portions of the country, or at . It is stated that Gen. Loo has advised Coiletiat 10.- - LeverillRS Coflee Mt We .su'' ir t ni .it ?f in i..u..lwu least somo individuals, when Carnegie's Ohio woman, who spent $1100 on Americans to leave Havana, eo grave Thk at Id ami mi mi Tlii'M? are only nHinplev fVHiiliiuic SPRING, 1898, T'omo mid in piopor'tion man Frick can put up a cool 5100,000 the funeral of a man she supposed was is the situation. nee for vnur-eJACOB HUMMELSTEIM, for a picture. Ho is said to havo paid her husband, was the maddest female reported to Hue K10111, Mam Street, Mclviiiuey, Kentiirky. Gen. John B. Gordon t Jrianifa, that sum for tho French picture "Christ! in the State, when her real husband be very ill at Port Huron, Mich., and l Breaking Bread." A picture of Frick turned up alive and well. She had may not recover. stealing bread from honest workmen to apont all her money and hud all the fun Owensboro paid over $100,000 in, . enable him to do anything so foolish as for nothing. premiums last year and only got back ' Tllu ,UI nn,fcS Nllrsl.rlt olu.r UVl,n llllllK this purchase, might not bring so high for Orchard, (Uirilen. Iiwii. No Axcni- -. Sl.'l.OOO for lire losses. a figure, but it could be made decidedly THE LEGISLATURE. of Bono, Ind.. drank "'.'ficSi!"!'..?1, ,,tr!l' nu'ry c'Mtu,,u"s John Allen, more realistic than one painted puroly " uioj Tho Orr tobacco bill was voted nown. emoaimin iiuiu ".v II. I' HIM.R.N.MnVKIt. from imagination. agony. (102) Telephone- 07. Lexington. Ky. The Lexington Herald is making a nnd died in :reat In Jennings county, Ind., Charles IIo.v. Cassius M. Clay. Jr , wrltoa strong light against the CJoebel elec Bollos shot and killed Charles Wilson LESIONS IN a stronj: article against tho Goebcl bill, tion bill. and then committed suicide. Both Houses have passed the bill which is published in tne Bourbon llavf thu imiHt Hppioved Tom Burger, a Bardstown, Ind., Ne- PHYSICAL convicts can be News. All loading democrats, who aro providing that his wife because she spent gro, killed opposed to tho machine in polities and worked on public roads iy praying. The House passed the Sunate bill to too much of her timed who adhere to the democratic princiNora Murphy Goodknight, of reindeer Only two of a ples of local self government and op- require tho Associated Press to sell its K. L. Itlilnulieail'n rchldence n destined for the relief expedition to thu At pose centralization, are dead against news to any paper who asks It. ' V. II O'lljiniionV lr CJooilUnlglit lias btiulled llic wltnci) Klondike arrived alive at Vancouver. Mu. the bill, which seems fraught with danTho Legislature, being an exceedAnd Ilext Line of iVrfumes boaps and Toilet Articles on lhe Market Romulus, the Italian strong man, at- and heen trained In the All of Vocal Exger to the party championing it. ingly patriotic body, took three days to conquer a wild bull at Kl pression In the best hdiools of OiHtmj' In tempted ilostou where the subject U nioiw thoroughoil on account of Washington's birthy, Paso, Texas, by wrestling, but he fail- ly studied mid bettor taught than ' $ Thk Winchester Democrat speaks of day. ed. In Europe or America us as "Walden. And such is famo ! Tho first bill to become a law by the No iiiattor Henderson Barger, a member of the ono needs what the tvocation In life every this the mo-- luiortant iih well Nearly a quarter of a century in tho signature of tho governor was the one "Bed Strings," was killed in 1'erry as the hum iiM'ful of all Arts. Mix. Goodeditorial harness and namo not known amending the code rogulatlng the county by John riandlin, of another knight Klves special attention to the trainThe Peroral Session of the Collegiate Year, IMrMis will opon by a contemporary less than 100 mllos ing of teachers, lawyers and preachers. of witnusscs. faction. Lessons fioui b a. u. till 4 i. i. on TuesI away Alas and alack But mayhan The Legislature has sent four bills Tan.-u.ax37- 2-5tl"Uncle"' Austin Gollaher, tho play days. Thursdays and Saturdays. Tor furis much if not more on the to tho governor, while seven or eight the joke Lincoln, died at his ther information call on or addruss Mrs. O Now pupils entering at that tlmo will do received Into mate of Abraham tho classes. For full Iiours at Mrs. Rhino Democrat as on us. It is to be hoped more are being enrolled. Tho Sonute home in Larue county, """rmauon year during almvo ,IO!irtPH. call on or write to Mas. S.urn.EY at the College or write for catalojpto. Atoil.or times at her home to at any rate. 10 bills, and tho House e has passed about mile from on Danville pike. Mi of his ago. h sec-rotar- Investigation is said to havo disclosed the fact that the Maine was blown up by Spanish treachery. If this bo true, Spain will have to answer to the United States in heavy damages and apology, refusing which, war will be declared. There is a dilfercnco of opinion whethor Spain could bo hold responsible for the overt acts of her subjects, that she had no part in doing, but she will hardly be given tho benefit of tho doubt in case tho matter is definitely settled that a torncdo destroyed the Maine. Let us hope and pray, however, that war may by some honorable moans bo averted. It is terrible even to contemplate tho horrors of war, and In no case should it be sought except peace can bo had alone with dishonor. but the end is not yet. Thkkk nre .vara and rumora of wars C. S. Harris, editor of tho Columbia or CO. About 100 measures htivo boon killed, leaving about 400 not acted on News, mourns the death of his mother-Mrs. LUzio Murrcll. finally. Two olorks at Washington, of the Col. Hill, R. C. Warren and nearly all tho leading democrats here aro op- republican Congressional committee, have lieen accused of stealing 0,000,000 posed to tho Goobol election bill. The bill to deduct from the regular envelopes. Zaehnrlah Blacked, aged 80, Lewis judge' salary tho pay of special judge, all except under certain provisions, has Shelton, SI, and John Wolf, been killed for good and all and the prominent men, died In West Union, State will continue to bo robbed of O., in one day. Tho largost cannon in tho world Is thousands of dollars in tho way of payabout to be placed In tho Now York ment of special judges. harbor. It Is a bore, weighs 12(i SO in-la- VVwvnr rTWJTrwV iCoUtjjUtS Ayer's is half half 50 j! that kill aro not distinguished by nny mark or sign from coughs that fail to bo fatal. Any cough neglected, may sap tho strength and undermine- tho health until recovery ia impossible. All coughs lead to lung trouble, if not stopped. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Cures Coughs. y Ch&rjry P&ctoral wmtfsmssmsmim TO I antl-McKlnle- y. KLONDIKE ! WEARESELLINGOUT $ e or Em-me- es j , COME T0US FIRST d I nt 1 ! IMtingss carpets bur-gai- s t, out-hous- e ': bo-cau- se f: Tailor Made Suit The Louisville Store n, , -. -- lat- j z. , - 'S -- aaa. tofcH- i - . Aotfyer Break at fAcKiqqey I .11 .,. tin-.,- , I two-third- j well-know- n o JaKe Hummelstein's Bargain Oountar. ...!.. ( Worsted, - Calicoes 1 2c I . tbiK-klu- ; lf 1 j T Vines, i Keep Your Skin Graig Soft-- "io Rocker I ur (W ffl UHi oiiihi-taltoIm-wh- car-loa- Mt-- .. FACE : LOTONS. x, ere corn-poten- cy Stanford Female College. 1898. WILLIAM SIWLTON, I'jiesiijext. 1 On nEond.asr, ii,ot,i I si couit-hous- r Wrrv. t-'- i- . i. ii.ui.i. '"" 1 -- VI- Hii'il llTn.ilJ.l....4.t,-fa-..i- l U. iMwm.wm.m-.- , ,r. v-r -- rit,fau x ...ri .. .. .. . f gBMOattMBIiiiiii'inr'nH'.iW, if " lit it niu0tmmi ; iMHilfi Wlf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' Ouit watch woi'lc warranted. Danks. SPKCTACUiS llttail by Danks, jeweler. Spring suit ? If eo don't buy until you lmve aeon Jcsac D. the Wonron's lino. i I5o you need n S rf3xC. 1 IT 4 ' McKinnby Methodists and othor Feb. 25, 18981 fkksh Z Stanford, Kv., Cakes. foa 7Tr Wnrron & wllI tako nol,ce lhlt KoT w s 0r,n. Shanks. stead will preach thore ut o'clock Rooms for runt. Apply to Dr. Will Sunday afternoon. K. C. Walton, JiusiN'asa Manaokk. N. Craig. TKLKPHONK or electric light poles . Wis were told by a gontloman who 1.000 rod cedars, 20 to 10 ft. long, four PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. came from Middlosboro yostorday that .to six Inches nt top. Addross It. E. ' John Wonki: is clerking at tho My- thore are six new ousos of small-poGainos, Walnut Flat, Ivy. ers House. thore. Hun Mautin is contemplating mov- II. J. McUoiikuts went to Loulavillu The Most Comfortable and oyesJ, Ing his stock of goods from his store on AN epidemic of colds and sore yostordny. COL. W. G. Wi:lch want to Frank- - is prevailing among the young chil- the Somerset pike to the room on Lan- -' 11 y uwj'mmu 11 dren hero, which Is giving their pa- castor stroot used as butchor shop. fort Tuesday. Miss St'DiK Smith, of Flat Liek, is rents much trouble und uneasiness. Vaccixatk. Dr. Halley makes some with Mr. Julia Hughes. U. H. P. Grand Master II. A. Tan- timely suggestions with regard to tho As well as most durable corset made Du. J. C. Haukkh and wife, of dy, of the United Hrothurs of Friend- dangor of small-ponow lurking in wore hero yesterday. ship, was here Wednesday and hold two close proximity to us. Vaccination is Mlt. Jamks Li:i: Is buck from Hot sessions, one In the afternoon and one a cheap and certain preventive, thereSprings considerably improved. at night. fore vaccinate. MISS CLAItA LACKKY Is visiting her of Gen. Tub bill to pay tho widow sister, Mrs. William Holds, In Fayette. STILL ALIVK.At my millinery par8.M) a lors in my residence on Lancaster Mas. San'iiv Mookk, of Howling W. .1. Landram, of Lancaster, Green, Is visiting Mrs. Carl A. Moore. month pension was amonded by Insert- street, with everything that embraces ing $.'10 and reported, and in this shape the millinery line. Thanking my paMiss Makiah Wakkbn has boon It will doubtless part Congress. We now have in stock trons for their patronage. I solicit very sick of bronchitis, but Is improveV ing. Joshua SiMPUiNS with his troupe of same. Kate Dudderar. H. Is back in Uo jwrsons will be with us March "th. MissGhackGiunstkad Tin: horse that Misses Sudie and Zoe : : : tho Louisvillo Store after r. spoil of The company travels In Its own pri- Kills were driving yesterday scared at vate car, carries its special scenery and n cow on the Danville pike and shying, grip. DKPUTY COLLHCTOIt J. M. CAlOTJl a band and orchestra. Admission as broke a wheel. The young ladies jumpis aucnuing inu u. o. court in i.ouis-vlll- usual. ed but swung on to the reins and preWe will be pleased to sho.v you these goods whether you wish to buy or not vented any further damage. Neither Tub Advocate says that Secretary MissCahlik IlOLTZCLAW wlil be- Hunter, of tho East Tcnnossoe Tele- of them was hurt. gin a spring school atGoshun, Monday, phone, was In Danville this week SCHOOL. Doglnnlng Feb. 2Sth, I Fob. 2S. the lines and arranging to will bngln a s private Miss Hutu Kllison wont to Danextend them to Corbln and other points seho'n. with Miss Annie McKinney us ville Tuesday to attund the oratorical Respectfully sub fitted to the cash trade. aim1 ,tant. Tuition first, second and ' via Stanford. unntust. HU l &'? Mus. ALICK Nkwla.ND was down TlIK old reliable nurseryman, H. F. third grade, 81.50; fourth and fifth, S2; from Crab Orchard for n short while IUllenmoyer, who has dealt so satis- sixth grade, $2.50 per month. E. L. yoptorday. factorily with our people for years, Grubbs, Principal. T. H. ROHINSON. of makes his announcumont Tun marshal will hereafter onforce Lancaster, took tho train hero Tuos-da- in this iwuo. Duy from him and you the Sunday law against all violators. for Frankfort. will always get what Is represented. Blto. Baun'KS. Letters from Rev, Meat stores must be closed, so must May, little daughter of K.x Alma George O. Barnes to friends here show . rv W JOK Nbvics threatens to sue this pa restaurants except for feeding their Reynolds, has boon very ill of he is in very straightened circumper for heavy damages for saying that customers and drug stores must confine that but is better. with a large mortgage debt a their salus to medicines. Quite a stances M. William Goocii hu been very thu recent arrival at hishohouse was so sp.ism of virtue has struck us. to be hanging over his little possessions on tells us ill with yellow jaundice, but was some- girl, it was a lino boy m Sanibel Island, Fla. His tour last year fine in fact that he and his wife have sure. yesterday. what better was a failure financially to him, for he m GllOKOi: W. YOL'Xti, of Highland, not yot decided on a name good enough. Oxic of the best and most ingenius broke down before it was through and tuke-ofT- s will loavo next week to visit his moth that we have seen in a long had to go home almost penniless. Mr. ON account of Hev. G. W. Dolling' time was Harrlgoe's parody in the Dan- Barnes is now over 70 years old und or in Kingman county, Kauris. failure to receive the telegram asking MltS. I. S. TKVI8 and children have him to come here and preach Silas ville Advocate on Shakespeare with from tho very nature of things can not We will open this week a com niutrnod from a plensuut wjourn of Stewart's funeral his body was kept Clarence E. Woods and Tutt Hurnnm, long continue to spread tho sweet gosWe have just opened New of Richmond, tho dramatis persona' pel of "God is Love and Nothing Else," plete line of the Leiglcr make of toveml wooks at Ashertlle, N. C Yephy Ginghams, Percales and out of the ground until late WednesLadies', Misses and Children's and tho removal of tho collector's of- which lias brought joy and comfort to Cheviots for early pnng sewing. day afternoon, when the prenchor Shoes and Slippers. Come nnd fice the casus belli. bowed down "in doubt fry s many hearts, Mus. Maiitiia IIknukicks went to see tlieni. You know their good and conducted the services. her son, and woe. That such a man should be Louisville Tuesday to t points a well as we. Am SOMK time ago the Lexington Aro-nau- t his days in j)overy, if not .iKSStt F. Cook Is contemplating putWill, who is attending a bushier charged that Mhs Kitty Hanuu, forced to end 31 ting In stock yards at Ltfxington whore of Harrodsburg, had in want, is a sliamo upon those who there. treated a little !..... It ,t..r.n.l fi,. .., mnnv Vfinra to the SrilNCKU (I. HfHHLK, who had been sales can be held. He has secured tho : . , ,,. fW ,,n im, orphan boy cruelly. She brought suit ........ of several moneyed men brought from the asylum to his fafor dutnigcs In the Morccr circuit sioiy ui ivucsiuiiij, 11 A. and forcibly expounded, and young man may oloquontly and the energetic ther's, was thought to be dying at got judgcourt for $25,000 and Tuo-dn- y make a good thing out of the enterbeen lifted from the slough or uespono M. ya&torday. ment for the full amount by default, thereby. Some of tho few friends, who 6S , prise, of which he will bo the bond. HOYD. little mmi of J. fJ. Weather-fordthe defendants making no rcepotuc to have stood so nobly by him are not now in of Mllldnlu, Is very 111 and his We have a surprise in store for Embroideries and Laces still goDkatil Mrs. Jennie Edmiston, aunt the suit. The Lexington Leader says condition to como to his help, owing to We will make ing at lower prices than they aunt, Mh M. S. Logan, of fiuwtonvllle, of Mr. David H Edmistou, died nt her when Editor Enoch Groshnn's attensome special low prices on Lintimes, and wero ever ofiered in Stanford for financial reverses and hard has gone to his Ivedslile. ens for a few days. See ad in home near l'reachersille and was bur- tion was called to tho news lie said non they should not be forced to do anyft1 before. Uuy now while stock is Mu. and Mus. Sam C. Lackky. of JrVJ our next issue. chalantly: "Oh, yes, I have heard of 'argo and fresh. led Monday afternoon. She was way, what all who love Mr. Barnes and a little girl to arrive Harrodsburg, had years old and for HO years had been a it. I will probably mail a chock for ills gospel should gladly help to do. A on vVashlngtwii's birthday, that they member of the Baptist church, ltev. the amount to Harrodoburir this l. M. small amount, say $1 each, contributed have named Robueeu Williams. m I would like to have tho awful load of . 13. Mahony preached her funeral. by all who have been succored and benMus. S. M. LtM.AN returned to , so much coin otf my mind." efited by his teachings, would lift the yesterday, willing with true Tiik Louisville Tent, No. U, Knights of woman devotion, to run the risk Mbnmca.v Vktkka.vs. Only five of mortgage on hi- - farm and relieve his of Maccabees, will celebrate lt second for him-seIh- - with her husband. small-poto unntvonwry, Feb. 2.S, with an address tho Mexican Vetorans in this section fast declining years of anxloty and those dependent on him. To HLH.Caky, an experienced Louis-vlll- e by Supreme Commander D. 1'. Markey obsorvod their annual custom of dining together, Fob. 22 Thoy were Win. thts end, it Is suggested that in each druggist, Is refera lti the Invoice and a program by the beat musicians of and Miss Marie of Penny's Drue Siore to .1. S. Wells the elty. Deputy Supreme Commander Burton, ngod 7, J. L. Bosloy, 75, Wm. community in which lie glad tidings, a self aphhiI the. work will likely be concluded M. F. Elkln will be an honorud guest. MeCormack, 72, Iteiiben Williams, "2, have spioud the and J. 'J'. Harris, M6, an average of ov- pointed committee shall take the matter snow ut intervals all er 72 years. They sent carriages for in hand and give Mr. Barnes' friends It continued to WAItn GcxwxK, jn of Mr. aad Mr?. acgl.idly W. O. Goodloe, of Duorille, htet night night Monday and Tuesday saw about Capt. George H. McKinney, who is 60, tho chance, that thoy should but they cept, ut help him who has done so much ttirtw inches on the ground. Had it and John B. Dickinson, won the honor of represontlng Centre been frozen and the weather colder ful- were too feeble to venture out. The for them. Lot some of the good womCollege In the Kentucky once Oratorical contest to be held at ly six inches would have shown. Since dinner wa at the St. Asaph and the en here inaugurate the woik at to get other towns to emulate mellowing inlluencu of the viands, and try Tuoaday It has been fair and the Lexington, April let. Advocate. ....... - IAII i,....i,.i.t ,..,,1 TP..1.1... 11 collided with the exhilarating ollects their'example. beun lru- - UUBV IllflV IB ..fi.. kll'IIIKHV (lllll i tiling. 1. II.1tlE4RLKY. who has of the beverages, made the old fellows eling for the Wrought Iron Range Co. ROWLAND. Thkkk Is k general impreiwinn feel young again as they recalled the In Georgia, for six or eight months, among the tcoplc that the physicians scene und incidents of over half a cenTommy Hamilton ha a hog which he Had, that prosperity Is o slow uljout havtt adopted a "mh uttsli" system, tury ago and talked animatedly of has to keep muzzled to prevent it from striking the Cracker State, that he and that they will not attend cases un- them. They fought a good fight, they outing down his gates. t'nll at my store and we will explain how ou can obtain one of the-- c IJjsters free of to return and do like Mienwber less tlm cash is ready and waitinir at have nearly finished their coure and Harvey Walls went hunting yester- charge. The roast is revolved through tho juices while cooking. for awhile. the door for each eae That uch is some of them may never be able again day and caught a grouud hog, which is A OOI'Y of the Woodland, a paper not true it soams usolees M state. I Hit U) obtorve another minimi meeting, is a sign that Winter is broke. published by the pupils of the College' as I urn asked almost daily alMMil It, which has always been so pleasant to William Murphy is going to work on attended by Miss Kthul Clare Tray lor, take this meuiis of sotting might this if the weather is them. But they will live in the mem- tho section daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Traj-lo- question. Yoni truly, L. II. Cook. M. ory of legions of will surprise everyfriends and in the not too bad. This of this county, shows a very credi- D. body as lie 1ms not vAirked a lick since heart of grateful countrymen. table poem by her, whloh indicates old cow died. that she Inherits tho tuleut of her Editou Walton, of Stanford, Is tho Bakhisks Finkd. After violating tho S. Martin, of Lebanon Junction, W. handsome mother as well as her beau- fattier of the handsomest boy in that To the Mill of- tho Sunday law for years, Kd Wilkin- is visiting his parent.. James T. Mun-da- y ty. ancient village. It Inherits it all from son, tiie barber, ducided after "getting brother is back from a visit to his AMONO tho ladle? of Lincoln who at- Its mother. Dr. Ed Alcorn in Danville a letter from God" that the thing was In Louisvillo. Frank Parsons is quite tended tho Chesso dee Fees' 22d hop at Advocate. Wu can return the compll-mon- t all wrong and shut up his shop on 111. Re is just getting ovor a trip with with interest to the doctor's Lord's Days. His business competitors, Danville Monday night were Misses , Riley. Tom Ferrill is sick. daughters, who are the prettiest of John Cook and Lige Farmer, did Alcorn, Lusk, Adams, l'lnkerton, notj There is a man in Rowland whom tiie Woods and Uright. Mrs. Stanford, Ivy., Manufacturers of nnd Dealers in pretty trirls, but alas and alack, whore get such a lettor, and knowing that people think so much of that thoy Cheathaic, a noted beauty of Lou- would they be if tliey had taken their valentines yet. It is the best day as well for their n't quit sending him isville, and said to lie one of tho finest looks after their father? We shudder business us it is of the week, they de-- j a Dr. Goodrich, and thoy say they will dancers in tho State, was present and at the contemplation. cl.ned to close. Their shop was open never quit until Mr. Hamilton runs out . the recipient of much attention. to as usual last Sunday and was uiowdud of his beautiful pictures. The doctor Till; Hichmond papers are trying SliipstulT, Corn Chop, Hay, Seed Oais, Coi , f. c. look gay and make merry over tho re- from first to last, some customers huv-- likes to get 'em. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Wilkinson saw W. C. Canuleu had somo chances tn Of tho collector's ollice, but the ing to wait for hours. moval was ulTort is a failure. Tho Climax assures that that wouldn't do and he swore out a shot gun which Bynum Carter FlNMC violin for sale. Danks. They rattling off. Carter had boon out "dead its ruaders that the public building will warrants against tho two mon. CHKAP cow feed of all kinds ulwajs not be moved, but adds that there is a wero tried before Judge Bailey Tues- gaming," as tho sports call It, and I Any day. Where 1 At your home in biscuits made of our Hour. So hung us your yet 35 pounds of our "Alpine Snow" Flour and 10 pounds of Itiiiu, or !17 on hand. J. II. Haughman & Co. probability of the removal of tho State day and fined $2 each and costs, the to- suppose had spent tho money. Camden wheat and llour tor every bushel of wheat You cannot make a mistake by trying imving pounds of Capital to Lancaster, since Collector tal amounting to $12.10. Hon. R. C. asked him for it and Carter not this Hour as we will guarantee every pound of it Take it and try it and if "yon" are IIluilKST market price paid for fresh Yorkos put the moving notion into mo- Warren represented the accused and It, Camden gave him a good whipping not satisfied bring the llour hack and we will give you your whoa hark Is not this iN: Shanks. yellow buttor. Warren make the best granulated corn h tion, and Gov. Ilradloy preferring tho nlead the unconstitutionality of the and afterward was lined SI and costs. fair enough? Also, we will give the same guarantee wemeal to ho Ji.nl mu take give on our Hour, r for grinding and of j Ho is now working out tho fine. class legislation against barbers, but place to Frankfort. LaXDKKTH'S seeds In paper und bulk. latter no avail. The Hno and costs uro too New and fresh. W. . Mcltoberts.. Houcht out his CoMi'irriTou. Mr. small for an appeal to tho circuit com U Crutchtleld vc Co. bought of several O. 1. Huffman, tho butcher, lias bought but thoouso will likely get before Judgo Germans a bunch of heifer calves at an ma lloor-in.NOW huvo a complete stock of of A. G. Burton, tho Lancaster street Suulley In some way. There is a average of $6. production of salt In tho celling and finishing ut low meat man, his stock of moat and tools siding, Tho annual Statuto against Sunday work, applicaWe will take all kinds of farm products in exchange for coal, and since die white figures. A. C. Sine. and moved them to his placo of busi- ble to all persons, but numerous judges United States, according to tho most has been so mild we have contracted for more coal than wo should have and now. recent figures, Is about 11,000,000 bar- must sell it Regardless of Cost. We make a market for your wheal, hay ness. Mr. Burton bus moved back to Foil Salb cheap, Hlickonsdorfer McKinney, satisfied that there Is no have decided that tho special law as to rels of 260 pounds each. and corn, Ac, bvoxchanging it for coal and we must dispose of our cud hi this m barbers is unconstitutional and theregood as now. Address J. Prospects of u battlo with raiders ket In'return. Yon will always find our prices lower thnn the lowest. Now is the money in tho business here for two fore void. in your farm products before you get busy with plowing, W. Bailey, Norwood, Ivy. time caused more soldiers to be scut to Jes- (live to haul coal and bring shops. The shop Mr. Burton occupied 1 us a trial. as no less than a J. C. Lynn bought of Mrs. N. A. samine. Guards fired on men who apday seems to bo IlOYLB county m paying $40 sneaking on them making to fortoll-gat- o CO., guards while tho fiscal half do.en men have thrown up tho Garner three jennets nnd a jack for pearedIlea. be H- KY. them because they lost money. S150. Two of the jennets arc In foal. sponge there court dallies with the people's patience. - THE G. D. CHICAGO .'5 , . , Hi Wais' and Corset. BEST LJCl x 11 litis-tonvlll- e, FITTING lS. tl x FOR ONE DRAB LiLiAR WHITE AND BLACK c. three-month- If You Buy it Once You'll buy it Again K semi-annu- W. H. SHANKS. w m. 1 y wMmmmmmmmmmmmm imou-moni- a, I Severance 6c Sons SHIRTINGS. SHOES. a w i ar-rir- ed VI col-log- o ... I COTTONS, SURPRISE. s- d i house-keeper- Mid-dlOsbo- ro x lf MimmwMmmmstwMmMmm SEVERANCE & SOWS. to-du- , Intor-Collo-glat- o fore-.....- .. do-cid- The Cylinder Basting- and Baking- Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. 1 MARK HARDIN- r, FREE TURNPIKES I n, J.H.Baug hmanCo., Wheat is Worth $1 Wil-lia"- m huv-Sumi- Grain, Fancy Flour, Cora nfeal. Bran, j 1 Per Bushel one-sixt- 1 g, T Type-write- r, 1 Ill-fate- 11 J. BHUGHWHN STANFORD, fc LAND AND STOCK. THEINTERIORJOURML vibli.alistd.T'vxaaAa.yn oniiSTrlia-v- 11 S PKKYKAH - When not so pan! IN" jVUVVNCK will c charged. Prank Martin bold to James Berry, of Boyle, a bunch of heifers at 3c. The Acrao Mills, of Ilopkinsvllle, bought 40,000 bushels of wheat at 81. G. A. Swinebroad sold at Danville Monday CO long yearling heifers at $22.10. Ik DlNt'orcr)'. N I st4I Mazarine, the favorite, won the TINNING & PLUMBING, Washington Handicap at New George STANFORD, ICY.', Orleans Tuesday. Is Is now prepared to do nil kinds of fluntblng At Georgetown Monday 42o cattle nml Tinning. Polo proprietors of Demi's 4th, If K sold at .) to 51 cents, the latter for best liliiek.IlltMmmd Hoof I'aliH. Teluplione No. TIME GIEO. Mill 'JO. restdenre. steers. Mules brougtit Siu to su. !!, II. lliiufihnmn.ViliopouMill M. oiiiislto J. Co.'s slopping 100 catLynn & Wood are KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. tle at W. II. Traylor's distillery. They a. m. and I p Trains learn Stanford at sold In Cincinnati 100 hogs at 4c. returning at i. p. m. and 0 05 p. m Twenty-siof the get of Joe Patch- Denier In fhe office. KHOXVILLE DIVISION. on, 2:0U, wore recently sold at auction Mrs. Darky I see! Were the letters ,...12 37 p in near A Word To You. Alex W. Call, of Pann, 111., is (ID Chicago. Highest prices were so Interesting as that ? Harlem Llfcv No. 21 Train going North ,... 3 13 a in " " No. 26 " years old, but he has novor seen but 1(5 Get you rSlmves nml lliilrrtiu nt 5330, $145; tho others averaged e ....12 10 n m $030, " South No. 25 " d near Olllce nnd feed W'liouc Poult f ... 1 27 p in 8.100. " " nml Order Crosslnir, IHmmiI Kxelmnpe s IliirlMT .hop He Is the No. 23 " birthdays. He was born on the 2l)th of St.. Muuford, Kv Still, he's "generous to a fault," 0l best biirlK'r In t'rnlj Orehnrtl, ICy. For allU'olnts. (ml Yard, Mill St.. lutelj J. II. IIIkkIho' February. Pleads tho kind. Indulgent tone. Jimmy Michael, the world's greatest Jan. Sntlsfnetlon Oiinrimteed Comes tho grudging answer; "Yen. HO'JGII TICKETS SOLD. jockAt Madison, Ind., Mrs. John Colvlti bicyclist, has decided to become a If tho fault 'a his own." UAOGAGE CHECKED TilKOUUIl. and Boar. Judge. surprised her neighbors by giving birth ey and will ride for Phil Dwycr at $10,- Kor any Information enquire ol need nml 100 liunlieli nirlpHMl l)lue-pto two sons and a daughter. 000 a year. I'll O VI XO A fSTAT i: M KMT. JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, Opportunity Your Life l'olnnd Cliluit lxir for nale. In case of war the IT. S. can put in extra A. V. CAmT.XTr.ll. Mllledp'vllle. Hardin sold three cows TuesMark Stanford, Ky. ' the Held at once 114,302 soldiers with day at $15 to $27 and one yesterday for w ' IK 50 barrel tlnurltiL A fi FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. an easy reserve of 10,413,700. 830. He bought of James H. Carter a Mill "Itli Klevator, hi lc Lnn'. of wheat and corn tine IleIdeiieo nml httn-Dars for nie Mill running; VIA GEORGETOWN. fat cow at 3jc. full time nnd dlHp.Hlnjr ot entire out put nt . M p. M. HOt'N'l) TO frKI.!., A. X. tiiue has Hamburg, who up to., this The plant nhould 1h. sntlffaetorv prK-eArl2 55 35 200 Lre, Somerset, All thoM) Oliver flows. S'JO 11 31 Will Ih)5m)1iI ut n een to m iipnriflated " Jet. City, 315 been a long way the strongest favorite All thoe Clover Seed, 630 "05 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 35 burptln. Ill lienltli force me to iiutt the MUS. U. D. SIMION, I'ror . All tlio-- o Seetl owen. 300 in the Kentucky Derby, has been with" 6 30 " Krsnktort, 1155 :2o Terms env nillllnff biiKluess fall on or Harness, ..o. C C VANAIn.M.K. 5 30 drawn from the race. I.nucaster, : Kentucky. All thoe Steel ItiinRos,suites of rurulturv, nddn-- s. All tlioso 8 40 6 10 Arr Paris Ilusloinlllf. Ky "Dally except Sunday Wheat. I want to buy all surplus All tho-- e pk)U, clump C. D.BERCAW.G. P. A. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd All you lM'onle renuuiher uie. wheat and will bo at Myers House, I) S. I'AKI'KNTKK, llustonvllle. table. Everything Porters March 7, S and 9 and at Lancaster 10 QUEEN & CRESCENT. S9 trains meet and 12. J. L. Vanstine. Trains paw Junction City as follows: 3 51 p in The prospects of the strawberry 2 North 12 02 p m No. No. 1 South .... " 321am crop around Chattanooga is better than No. 3 " lJlttam "4 " 32 P tu II K'n si n m " fi 6 ooa m i for years and it is expected that 150,- No.' 9 " s 20 p m "io " No I and 2 do not stop. 9 and lu run no mrtuer 000 crates will be marketed. .De.ler In. than Junction City A total of S.S90 races were run In the U. S. and Canada in 1S97, and something like $3,000,000 were distributed Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dellclou. among the owners of runners. OF HUOOKLYN. Trainer George P. Crow, of Nicholas vllle, has gono to Shelby City, Boyle Mr. Dollcy IV you Mippoe lint : county, where he will train the horses there is such n thing us a woman American hater? of his uncle, R. H. Crowe. Co., Scotland. Mi Flypp Yes: t urn n woman and Stock Farm. STANFORD, K': Ninety carloads of oranges are leav I hate you. Harlem Life. IfOUNUliD !HOf3. ing Southern California every day for MnWe St roil ir Men t in 1. Instrument;. Of nil the the East. As 300 boxes of 200 oranges LOUISVILLE-HOTEThut are In battle swung. each fill each car, the shipments repreThe sharpest and most Kiwerful Louisvillo, Ky., I.s an angry woman's toeRtie. 6 AMXltl, KV. sent nearly 5,500,000 oranges every 24 ;a good man Chie.igo New hours. Owing to the scarcity of good butchWants a desk that Is convenient to plnce AMERICAN & EUROPEAN SIkhm of tin- - Tltiws. his paper and memorandums in, mi ns to er cattle, O. P. Huffman, the butcher, Gaswell A great many yhost stories be able to lay his hnnds on them when is furnishing his customers occasionalare appearing In print uo. POWDER Undortukor, wnnted. We have just what ho needs in The Ladies Ituttaurant is the llnost in Dtiknne That Is n sIth of returning a roll top desk, with ly with Armour beef. It comes high, - .Kentucky Absolutely Pure drawers, besides ma- the city. Kvery convenience for Udiws Hustonvillc, ny other styles, ollico chairs, table, leath- spending the day in the city. but he says he Intends to give his cus- prosperity. "How do you make thai out?" Otters hli .rtls In thv spl of West Unxlp er couches, arm chairs bookcase and Cientlenen's Cafe on olllce lloor. tomers the best the market affords. and Oiuwr ruunllM 1'uil Us.k ol (.trtfciii ud fatk "The ghost cannot walk unless he has other ollico furniture that we defy any There were 1,500 cattle on the Mt. wages to pay." Pittsburgh Chronicle. one to compete ;THOiVlAS A. MULLIGAN, eUlTon , nami Mamcer with In prices. J BAKIhQ PO0CR CO., TOOK. I, b. Crs-ntrSterling market Monday and they Manager. One of tin Vlettmn. XV. W. WITHERS, changed hands rapidly at i to 1 cent Music - Tuesday, Thursday nnd Sunday "Doubledny is a regular .slave of fash higher than last court. Best feeders A. S. PRICE, Kvcning. Stanford. - - Kontuckv. brought 4J to 41 and 30 mules sold at Ion." C. "I never noticed that he dressed par- Branch Store and Undertaking Outfit nt Surgeou $55 to 8110, Carlthers being the printicularly well." U;nf.ibt, Hustonvillc, Ky. cipal buyer. No sheep or hogs were "He doesn't, hut he has to work da The offered. Sentinel. nnd night to pay for his wife's clothes." Stanford, fty. THF Magnolia stock farm containing 307 Chicago Xtiws. Offlceorer McKoberts' Drin? Store In thellOwiley acres, and belon"-in' i uniming. " " to J W. Guest, Stanfokh, Ky , Why lie lotvil. Sdl'TH'S GKEJTEST SYSTEM. was sold at auction Monday to C. R. "Yes," said the microbe, ns he hopped McDowell for $23,201,157. Mr. McDow- - from the lips of Cholly Snpplngton to are as often caused by kidney discaso And In Receiving JiiK XXR,, 23. JrjSiXf JN Xi ell represented Thomas McRobertsand those of Dirdy Hright during the prog- as by affections of tho womb. I'KNETltATn? Among the most certain svmtitoms & Splllman ress of a kiss. "I think I will like this B. G. Boyle. Anderson Goods. disease aro Itackachc, llntl Comj bought G. F. Anderson's 75 acres of better. I am tired of living in a Hat." of this A EIGHT GREAT STATES plexion, Tired Feeling, Depressed ' ' X. Y. World. growing wheat at 75c, 100 from D. P. Spirits. Headache. Nervousness. Vlrplnlu. Oeorcln. Goods Warranted. Neuralgia, Too Frequent Uriua Kentucky. Teniiee... Logan and several other crops, aggreIJx nee tins; liiiixissllillltlrx. nod ?outli ( iiroiliiK. North Fit Guaranteed. AlitlmliiH, Mlsslw.lppl "Billy, keep your eye on this small tlon, Dragging Pains, etc gating in all 500 acres at same price. Give Him a Call. These can bo boy of mine while I run o or to the post Advocate. : Stanford, : Ky. D. N. Prewltt is engaging. ;lambs Jat ofllee a minute." Oiftce on Lancaster street at Residence. .11. Iukiiam Sleeping John II. Caitlkuax. "Keep my 'eye on him! Gracious, I'm 4 to 5c. He bought 100 shoats at 3c. no revolving telescope." Detroit Free " I can heartily recommend your S para cm M. J. Farrls sold to J. C. Johnson a car lletwien Iulsllie and the Mutli Press. Kidney Tills to any woman aflllctcil nltli tlioc load of hogs at 3.G0. Font Fox bought distressing pains In the taik and sides and kid. lly I'nipcu. of different parties in this vicinity, for ney weakness, for they have cured me. Tor Wayward Wntson Wot did the doe-to- r several yerrs have troubled with back, THREE DAILY TRAINS Mehl & Timmerraan, of Hamilton, O., tell you to do for your cold? ache, bean i(f down pains and urlnarj trouble. Kuril wa between Loulsvlllonnd l.exlnpton. 375 stock hogs, weighing from SO to 120 INSURANCE COMPANY I Nothing succeeded in rclierinc me, pjunds, at 3c. I. S. Tevis has return- a Perry Patettio He wiys I'd orto toke a box of Dr. Hobbs Hparatrus Kidney until not V. A. Tl UK, H. I' D f. I guess I'll se-Pills. I right good sweat. j-JLWttshlunton. -ft ed from Charlotte, N. C, where ho dis- down arr' think nhout work. Cincin- beean to fee. better thu first fcwdays,and never OF LIVERPOOL. W. II. TAVI.OK. A. O. P. A. felt better in ciy lifu than I do now." Iulsiile. Ky. posed of a load of mules at $70 and sold nati Knquirer. Mks. Mkussa I. Yates, two young jacks for $300 and $150. Mr. Ander&ontille, Ind. The KnsloMt Wnj- Out. Tevls reports the market fairly good Dr. Hobbs Farmers Bank&Trust Co BdRBEE & CBSTLEML "This extravagance." unid her husnnd is very well satisfied with the priband graoly to himself, "requires u MASAI. ItS. OK STASrOltl), KY. ces he obtained. Advocate. check." After thinking the mutter over he 5200,000 OC Oommerco Buikliug, Louiavillo Paid up Capital, AN iNCOMI'AItAULH SEKVICE. The wiote a check and said nothing to her Kidney Pills. 17,603 80 Surplus, Ati'enU Tliroughout the outh. Queen it Crescent trains are the finest about it. X. Y. .iouriml. ton -- Kit. at TTIXTTlTllP XU CXMXto!JiaW 7 trains run in tho State of Kentucky. A Tlf WP?. are Hnril to lii--l III rr. Hr pruvhlons of If clwrtr, illtor Itanki,i W Mt tiW F(1111. daily trains to Cincinnati connect limil fiillr r.rotct-- b an- .liIUr In Si uttering is IwMe U ililirehililHnibiiii nUl lHdhiluli7 tliereiu nl Agent, with the main highways of the Great And Dealer in nny obstacle thstst-t-n- t tli extent of the mwtmntnt llmlrl"ik In. the lar rl thereof, iiiatMtllun to tliemount ikITrunk Lines of the North. West and STAXIOIII) KV., ue? Stanford, - - - Kkntuckv. ..,..1 In .i h uliln. It iny art ewutir. HARNESS, SADDLERY, 5b0. Fast. This is tho line ig, Demure mlnUtitor,triitw',A..,afullr a nn ImllrlJual.l Harold, d TeiultrliiKour ItianLslo tlime liu hav.ntruit-eto Washington, New York, Boston and but the impediment in your speech. STANFORD. KY tlmlr lnilnslou, wutriwt ther w"' eonlliiun BfelGKEMSHEPFJiP TYPEWRITER to ilo w, and we oilur a guaranlts) for nroin.t tho East. The Queen & Crescent con- Chicago Tribune. oxs!rienc In lnk. lllximl aceoiuiuwlatluui aai conltcn nects with every lino out of Cincinnalug and Served Illm HIkIH. fcfi t frl MM ! .! .!! t A Sa&A& with aonnil Unkini;. Ho I see that hey have suspended a S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, ' T 'i, P ti. f UlhtCTOHS. W. G. Morgan, D. P. A., Lex in g- - New York hovpita.) physician for kissjf r$$ Kv., f J, J. W'lllinins. Mt. Vernon; rrchitraTllIej a pretty nurse. ing V. H. Ouiiinilni, New OilcniiH ijlmitcd The Florida J. 1. tiwiey, J. S Owatey.Sr., She l es. lt seems that ho only trains of the Quoon & Croscont a. ii. ai.o., William (ioocli, ?!--t THE POPULAR prisoner In a Georgia jail wrote the kUsed her once. Detroit Free Press. j. r cai S J. l.mliry, r.f7T.i.TT.P7 Roi'tO tin thioiiKh to.InctiHonvilleiind A. W. J. K. I.) nn, Xc Orleans in '21 hours fium Oineinna-ti- . rUttZ 'llw'no lvittcr to a friend on thej out- ml Clvcn rCvlilencr. N. Meuolin. J side: "Dear Bill: Please kill the judge Customer Bo's a promifcing young Tlue fnnt trains aro of the finest type, S. ll.Shaukn. iTcwidelif, who's golny to try my case. That's tho fellow. ; luxuiioiitdy lilted, and running on a perJ. II. llv.kr Cnhler, Hnjslit ttfti-ftJ-fXS TelUr W M only way I can git a continuance long The Tailor Yes, so lie is. He has fect roaihlicd. enough for mo to break out of jail. given me a thousand evidences of it, Winter ToutUl Low round-tritickets JllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlItlb on side throughout thu North. Please shoot him with No. S buckshot. L'p To Date. An elegant service and You will greatly oblige me, Bill, if you Cold Went In r SuKUrentlon. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Observation Cars on of-- t'nfo, I'arlor.Douthese trains. w.ll do this much for me, and I wont He I fear your love for me is growble daily train service Of STANroKl), KY. forgot it. Give him both barrels. ing cold. Write Well, why not try a sealskin 6h Yjurs truly, Jim." Surplus, S15.750 Gcii'I for inf .rmntion to W. C. Itinenrson, Capital Stcck S100.000. I'aw'r Ag't. Ciiiuiiinntl, O. sack, and see if that would warm lt tU'AltANTKKD Attention ot tho public Is railed to tho f.iet that Send 10 cents for lino Art coloretl LithoMary has u Billy goat, Its tall is sort ary? Yonkors Statesman. ii.i. i. tiw. niiv Nmional Hank In Stanford. Un graph of Lookout .Mountain and Chicka-mang. Hank Act of bent and everywhere that Mury der the iirotiilonii ot tho Isatloiialcfll(nl JiiMt for a .Moment. tock, depositor! aro smiled not only hy the goes the lamb is sure to went. He folliability lr an Slw Did tee papa? luthylha 50 YEARS' How cm it he d nolr Simplicity In cmialtn theilook o tint dissltor of this liutltu-Ho- i lowed hor to school ono day, which He Just saw him. lie was very husy VfO irwiicunstliy afuua oiiAo.ooo H. n EXPERIENCE made her hot as liro, for Mary had rid- for about a minute. Detroit Tree construction nml not helouciiiK to the tatimeutsof the loiidltlonot lliu Hank inn linulu In nn liouest pro- eich year to the t'nitwl Stale (loVerninei and Its Tvjicwiiter Trust den on hor wheel ami Billy ate tho tire. Press. at duct at nn honeM price The HlickuiiH-derfe- aetaareexaiiiln tl g xlvtvsl Units by got rm.icnt and eri't s.'lct. City Blizzard. is the only high grade- imicliino nt ainti, thus ecuili additional An Aticil Jo Ke. ' todeiHiiilor. Hewitt Why didn't you laugh nt the reasonahle cot. It Is built on strictly ThU Intiliiitloii originally MtaMUIml ns the 3 16 -;x llank ol Stanford In 1V, limn rioi.aiilxiilM AiiTrtTjvtnT- - i, fc.iv dentine principles, and of only tho best riTi One whale will furnish from 1,000 to joke when I told it? tlmNatloiml Haiik ol ."Uulord in 1M' nml Jjia, .'.fOO poi.ud, of bone. At Sau Francisi.iili I don't believe in laughing: and most durable material. , r.iruutll7Ml at llie l,H iHll.MIWI JWI'. " Jeuett Sonic dihtinelive feature.-- vinible wor, Ul83'J,ihat luil inuillenlly TriAoc Marks co rhi bono is split, bortcd us to color at an old friend.. X. Y. Truth. now wii l Designs interchangeable type, poriahililv, durabil- onr fur :n yean.. It ! ritAMCJ. itrrn. ar tied In bundles. These spilt pieces for iraiiMi'tlUK biLluaM ironiliy nnd lib laillllliti Copyrights Ac. ity, doing nwu uith libbon iiitUuuce, un erally than ever Ix'foro In lt lon and c ! A.f Chlcuco CliiNKllletl. ending a aketrh nnd deicrlptlnn may ,. M......l.kl.u (l... Anyone . ... II..I tiro called slabs and aro threo to eight e K.lf.ll.niV. varying aligninenl, ui.m. niilcklr Hsrertuln our onlnlnn frw? whether hii Acttiunis 01 iiiuiviuuaiji, uuuviuin-."The mnn who doesn't get vexed at a ing" suparntu ch- unexcelled uianifold mU U ( U 1). 1'. A 11UUH -- tf Invention Is prohnbly lnitcMitiililu. Connnunlrn. racier--, etc., olo SI feet long and weigh from three to bov-e- n bad dinner la no mnn at all." at.d Individuals solicited. tlonsstrlctlyconUdentul. Handbook on Patents T T . T ""'iiiiiiiiiimMiiiHiiiHiunr UIHFCTOHS. nsoncy Tho II ickunsdorfer is the only typetent, roo. OS. SO artl m 3 Pll x "Well!" said Mr. Dennis O'HooIcy, as he rose pnlnfully from the ground and held his crimson-staine- d nose, "since thot conflict wld Mr. Brady, if ycz'll show mo the fool thot sel ye can't git blood out of a bent, Oi'll lick the hide off him!" And the silence was relieved only by the dripping of the crimson tluid. Lrooklyn Life. What Dolnviil Her. are so late. You Mrcj. Darley--Yshoulu have been here two hours ago. I got so tired waiting for you. Mrs.. McBride I'm very sorry, de.tr, but I came as soon as c er I could. You see, Jack gaveimie his coat to sew a but- to-on this morning, before he went to ou Cards, the Choeapoako fi Ohio Ry. A few ordered another lot of 10,000 wanted toenergetic Indies and gentlouieu canvass. Above Hillary giinruti-teedecks which are now on sale nt the Onll on or ml(lrw,, us It. M. UOOCII, Somerset, Ky. Pltiunix Hotel ticket ollico in Lexington, at 13 cents per deck, three decks for 40 cents, or 81. HO per doxon. Those cards are 50 cent quality and will be Having sold my farm I will sell at pnhllr mlo sent by mall to any address on receipt iiiyI.Tt Mock ih! fanning Implement at the of above price with four cents per dock old place on the Knoli l.uk pit 2 miles Eat of for postage. Persons remitting $1.00 snowy I Hjr on for ono dozen tot will hare thorn tout FRIDAY, MARCH 1898, prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. Ten head ot llure anil Mule, Jervy Cows, Calves n Parties contemplating euchre or whist inl Heifers, Hk liirludlngsirlluvawl Kike Whtteley Mnwtr, IVeilng should not miss this opportunity a new, lllniler wifoo, hnrneM, ami firmllu; lln clubs plementsnf all kinds ltovl mt to lay in a stock of line carda at &uch Sale to commence at in oYlork. an J tn tup 1MKRV low rates. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., Terms made I now n on d.iy nf sale. W. O. Al.i:.ANIii:il, Shelby City 101 C. & O., Lexington, Ky. Co. has t,,,"l Sr:rnT(0o'X ?!$40 A Month Salary. ing ROBERT FISH, notr lmek nt Ills old store-rooready to ulinvo niul liulr cut. All a needing work should cull on hlin. No l sure to jdense you. Cruli Orelmrd, Ky. 01 stand lu Mr. Kjrliert'i L'lvh von tlrM-i-lut Tho cruck burlier, W m d. FUBLIO SALE! J. T. Jones, nl 21-- tf NO ELLISON, Itnll-roa1 Coal, Corn And Hay, llliike-mor- slle-ke- Bluo-CrassSo- od ri of ilrst-elas- s, ite Trouble k Mason Hotel first-clns- s. s K 1 1 1 ..'..'."." AC.SNE. FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company Insurance FHBNIX ! 1 SASH AND DOORS, Caledonian of 1 keen-elge- tl R.B.MAHONY.Agt, business J. T. SUTTODT, ROYAL NCW ' H. RUPLEY, Soutnern Railway Merchant Tailor, Fall c Woman's Ills W. I Winter Side-ach- e, !ftitim. CURED 1 K-e- Through Cars J, C. JvIcGtyVHY.: Mi-nt- A-- . t - arAn AC J s-- M T , s 1.1 I .d Penny's Drug Store, l - Ux-w- l - MaWen--NoUiii- "'0rs T ! T" aVl oAaM I JHft$ttfffjf .-- 24H0QRS .i- tt?rjt; T WTVW ''''"- ('aris-nler- ; 11 p mm, muss, wmmi 21 12 iff 4. Aj if 11 I u PRICE, $35. ic-u- lt - a. ani-oii- l n r --- .1 jjmTjra jclil noflcr, nlthnut K 1 aiiuniiiU-rruiiteilesu- r 1 1 11 1'J t ft ftf ! iui iiii-i)- '' 1 , - pounds. t. J M.' fct '4.' mim '..' '4.' 'A' W fci mtm .ia m.ta &ta '' 1 iki 'A5 '4.1 f.' About 4,000,000 false tooth aro manuAuthority for It, factured annually in the Unitud Status, "One good turn deservss another," while ono ton of gold and three tons of said Snodgrass, as he removed, his criil sliver anu platinum, to tho value of , buttons to tho other end oi his duifa. 12o E FaycMo st. $100,000 are used In filling teeth. Baltimore, Md. Louisville Oourier-Journnl. "Of course not ; he is nn nngel." cago Icecord. Chi- writer icreivlng highest award nt World's V Held, Lincoln Oo.; . T llrrla. Fair. Improved since. rr.llocUr, " Send for catalogue and testimonials W. P. tt'ivltuu " J. II. CollIer.Crtih Oreh'tl MOORE IMOS., OEX'L AOT8. M, D.Khuoro, Wanloid. 218 FHt. .1. W. T K Ulll, ' W A. TrluMo. M. J. Miller, Mt.A'ernon S. II. lUlwlllllH I. Hnvden, Slnnford ' f oidont Patents taken thn-UK- for seeurlnir iiatunL. Mutin A Co. recclvo cbarae, In tho Scientific JHncrican. handsomely llliutrntwl weekly. rlr cuiation or any scicnnnn journal. TeYms. t3 n year: four months. (1. cold byall nowedealcrs. X. W. J S. Honker, D. C A.'.A OFKICKR5. l'r.-- Id nt; M Kiniioy, J. J. Melloberls .Caiblt MUNN&Co.36'B-d- -'. urancn unico, ra New York 1 m., rosmnion, u. u t5aratot X Mt