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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898030101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. wumpuip niwww." "' piymmwiw.iJ 'tnw wiwj iwpwtfj; hW T SEMI-WEEKL- Y if VOL. XXVI. WALTER FORRESTER'S FltAN'KKOKT, LETTER. LANCASTER, GARRARD CO, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, MARCH J. 1898. CRAB ORCHARD. cltl-ton- NO. 103 . i MATRIMONIAL s MATTERS. m Fob. ?3. Jo Uluokburn has boon hero all the week. Ho looks as line as spun silk and whon,I,Im1if U111 nnliDC. It suoma to mn that niackburn look about 8 feot tall. And then HlneKuurn id aueu a t manly follow and hu can look yon broklu tlio eyo llko u man who hasn't en fiiltli with evoybody, and who Isn't constantly, afraid that somebody will present an unredeemed promise. It Is a tad reflection fonts follow who elect. ml Gov. llrudlov. Howover tn , iroou a I f , " people oi KcntuoKy and they seldom remind tho ' or any of our kind that wo arc m it ot tt0 rectly responsible for Doboe. KY., T - rij-b- ""''. ............ ' Mr. Jowph Hryatit, aged t5 years, died at his homo near IJryantvlllo on Saturday, liuvlnp been sleK but u fow days of stomach trouble, tie wns n popular iind highly honorable citizen. ..... i. ... r. ...... ... ir iiiiirn..'. truo, March will begin with u cold wave, followed by a jreuoral storm period, rain or snow, and anothur cold wave. It Is hoped that the conjectures will prove false as they frequently do. Irvine Clonic, who was to be tried this week on a seduction warrant, 8UI II UUli ... I... Uf , took hor to Lexington and they wore nmi,.,ed. Thl, 1, the third time with lho lI(!J , VII ll B3 . 1.. UIIIIIMIUI OI... ...... 3IIII1UII, The ronnbllcaus. If leader, could come mighty near running this Legislature. The democratic majority is so big that there is vory discipline aud divides upon many important question; but the republicans are unablo to take advantage of this state of nlTalrs. William Henry Jones, "the Senator from Barron," is supposed to do tho loader act for tho republicans nnd ho never known when ho gets up to explain his vote, bow ho really Is going to vote. Not along ago nn thu bill to irlve Mrs. Caswell Honof the late Judge nett tho unpaid salary Hcnnott. the Hon. William Henry bobbed up to explain why ho was "going to vote agin it," and before he got had told through explaining wouldn't him bettor and he said ho vote at all- Then somebody olio told lit-ti- e - iuu..n..(;.w baol,bU )0lldod b nir to hiiniifi .1. - -- they hail any i -- It is feared that the Legislature will fall to finish up much good work that was begun, ouch as the ohool book, for railroad and other bills.. It is hocd that they will abandon matters of minor iniortance and do the public good, to justify the nice remarks that have been made about that i I) r'C body. Our people talk very flippantly of what we need In the way of public Improvement, but there uro throe things needed that would bring mure happi ness to the people than every thing oleo combined. What we really need is more charity and loss tattling, more work and loss loafing, more practice and Iom theory. Let the people try thccc things and they will almost sec turned Thursday, taking his grandCHURCH CHATTER. augel wings sprouting while, Hying as mother with him to visit her daughter, thev do, they only taste of the bitter Mrs. J. I. Melvlnney. Miss Rebecca Rev Northcutt's revival nt the Baphim homotblng else and ho wound up things of Perdition. Stuart rot urned home Saturday after tist church, Versailles, had resulted In tho bill. And he is the by voting for About 6 o'clock this, Monday, morn-lu- g quite a lengthy visit to hor sister Mrs. 35 udditlous to last reports. nllcgcd loader" of tho minority. the residence of W. II. Smith, two Harney Alexander at Owontoti. Mr. Rev. George W. Young's meeting at The governor will doubtless voto a mllos of town, was burned, the good many bill and as tho democrat!, furniture of only one room being saved. aud Mrs. A. II. Hastiu are in Louisville Corinth, Laurel county, resulted in 31 visiting Mrs. Hastin's sister. Mrs. W. conversions and IS saucliiicutions. have enough votoa to carry anything Loss about $1,200; Insurance WOO. The II. Dilllon and son John are visiting Sunday. March 20, has been set apart It will romalu with the over a veto, house was comparatively now, the relatlvos and friends In Crab Orchard. by the ollicors or tho W. C. T. U. as a ilnmooratle party to assume rosponsl place having boon sold to him by Sena-- ; blllty for legislation. In this way it is tor tieorgo Farrls. Mr. Smith had Mr Vu Owens Is visiting his mother special memorial to Miss Willard. Mrd- Umi! uel.rn. .Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tho Glastrow News speaks of the IN- Improbable that any very bad bills will built a llro in the kitchen and gone out unlman have a now daughter at their TKIUOK JOUKNAL as the best religious become laws. WA1.TKK Fokhkstkk. to feed his stock. When his wife start house. Mrs. Joe Pleasanta wus called paper published. Thanks. That's the 15, ed out to get breakfast the lump, which Ui May wood to attend the bedside of kind of a paper we try to print. IN MEMOHY OFOKLLA M OOP. hud been left burning, had exploded her inothei, Mrs. M. E. Pollock, who Rev. G. 11. Turner, pastor of Caldand the rear of the premises was lu was thought to bo dying, Who passed from earth Feb. 11, well church, has resigned, to take efyears and two months. Heath flames. aged fect the hy-- t of April, when ho expects MIDOLBURC'CASEY Cotno In whatever 00. foarful thing The Hibilc puhe Is beating high here is a to return to Illinois. Tho congregaIn mys- since it is known that the destruction form it may. It Is always veiled It a wtd, of the Maine was the result of Spanish John Coulter and wife have moved to tion regrets this very much. Advotery and dwped in siidneM. ,n Mr. U. II. McAninch Is cate. sUO" x treachery. Tho Idea of accepting any Yoseinlto. a bitter thought, that t . Last Sundny was tho filth anniversanow our hotel man. on sum of monoy a an indemnity is very short time, ovur the dairoci tltw ry of the. marriage of Eld J. W. HardTlieo. Wesley has had his house , oarth uiiluxdhil and unmindful that lu projterly scorned. The theory of spon-F. L. Jones has ojienetl up a ing and wife. They are both hale and wtisadvnue-- : wing trolls In the dust the tin. .iii4 iMimhitnLliin. "tilde oneir shop in town. School hearty and bid fair to live long enough in., nf tllil tiliia Waln U0 ruined shrine of wo many oherUhed A ,v w,nu to colebrate their diamond wedding. ,a progrocsintf nicely. ,.." ., i,.. burn was hopes." It Is Indeed hard to I' nr ' tiihtiLw " """ and re Winchester Democrat. Farmers are busy plowing that tho sweat voice and merry laugh burned so often In llils county, and that pairing fences. Farm work has been have been hushed theory was advanced as the causo. An Lagniapo is a New Orleans word. It wo so loved to hear, was iutelligent colored man named William greatly marred by the continuous wet is applied to a bonus given to purchasIn the silent sleep of death. Dolla weather. Wheat looks woll. ers at tho markets or shops a sort of tho joy aud sunshine of the faintly cir- Cook, who heard the cause suggested, JOCK.VAL should Tho INTKKIOK and said to u crowd of his own race, "It is premium as it were. It may be confecand hor love for hor parents cle change Its editorial policy at once. We sister almost amounted to idolntry. strange that this sjiondullx bustion al- heard a prominent rad say lie would tionary, fruit or some trilling article, mat-to- r but it is expected and given as-Kvery morning this bright sunbeam ways happens in the night timo." tho paper If It wero not "so dog of course. Charles Simpson, of Sugar Crock, take bounded from hor little bed and stole gone nasty democratic." February 1803, was in one way tho softly to hor mother's side to waken sworo out warrants against James Jud-so- n Rev. J. M. P. Limer preached four most wonderful month in tho world's uud Sherman HuiTiimn for a broach with loving kisses. her days at the Union church on Brush history. It had no full moon. January Monday morning Delia loft home of the peace, and throe warrants 11) wero added to tho BapHor fond and March each had two full moons but against Jud sou, one for using abusive Creek and merrvhearted as a bird. faith; they having joined last sum- February had none. Astronomers gay not dream that a llowor so language, one for drawing a knife on tist mer under the preaching of Rev. Gilthis is tho only Instance on record. burdened with sweetness could wither Simpson and one requiring him to keep liam, a Reformer. sbud-o- f It Is a remarkable fact that Florida the peace. Judson had a warrant isso soon. Hut alas! Justus tho Tho Literary Society mot at the us is crying for alligators. Northern night sullied upon tho home she sued charging Simpson with cutting mil of hour Friday night with K. G. Marloved so well, we closed hor beautiful him with a corn knife. Tho cases will tin in the chair. The most prominent tourists havo taken so many little ores llfo passed bo heard by Judge Hurnsidc away that tho streams have becoite deeyes aud hor pure, young feature was the rendition of party prin- populated and tho U. S. Fish CommisMrs. William Horndon lias been ill, away as softly as music from tho slumII. Falconoorry repciples. Mr. bering harpstrlng. May God comfort but Is said to be Improving. George resented tho Democracy; Jason Wes- sioner Is asked to restock them. Ferdinand and Isabella wouldn't havo the sorrowing ones bereft of their A. McKoberts, of Stanford, was hero ley tho G. O. P. and K. G. Martin tho treasuro.nnd loach them on Saturday. MatshalO. J. Newlaud done a thing to Christopher Columbus, hearts' dearest Prohibition party. George Garner was to say, "Thy Will O Lord bo Done." an George W. Dollord, Jr., of Stan- to represent tho Pouullsts, but failed to when ho struck them for an appropriof Dolla as be- ford, wore here on Thursday to make ation to discover America, had they Why should we think his name. Tho following foreseen the stirring events of 1S0S. an arrest. Alexander Gill, colored, rexind to ing dead? was dobated: "Roeolved That Ky. Post. angol form who was tried in tho V. S. court at subject 'There Is no death ! uu with sllont a Division of Labor is Essential to PubWalks o'er tho oarth Louisville, on tho charge oftoelling liqJudlo Howard, of Mldwnj, is perhaps W. T. Ford representtread, the youngest mother in Kentucky. uor here without license, was acquit- lic Good;" Prof. Ho bears our boat loved things nwa, ed lho alllrmativo and G. P. Foglo and She is only 12 years old and on lust ted. Mr. W. K. Shugars and family Aud then wo call thorn dead . negative. The judges Wednesday gave birth to a well develhavo moved to McKinnoy to make that Duko Godbcy tho Ho leaves our hearts all desolate How- - place their homo. Mr. Shugaro was decided in favor of tho atlirmative. oped boy. Clipper. sweetest Ho plucks our fairest, Mrs. MoD. Royalty entertained FriWorried ut tho thought of being acraised hero and has a host of friends, evening In lienor of her niece, Miss cused of murder, James McDowell, a being an honest, capable business man. day into bliss, they now Transplanted Alico Hall. Hor hospitable homo was prisoner Adorn immortal bowers. at Seymour, Ind., fatally cut He was a prominent applicant for tho filled to overflowing with tho luds aud HehTkacuku. o for the ensuing term, but has himself with a piece of glass. lasses from the surrounding country, An accident to the pneumatic tubo wisely concluded that polities is too uncompany that appears at Wal- certain. Mr. MoD. noted as bootblack and port- mall Of tho carrier in New York resulted In night, ton's Opera House next Monday War has been declared agaliist tho er. Ho Is an adopt at his trade sure. 1,000 letters being torn to shreds, many Tribune, of 7th, tho Tampa Fla., Dally old maids by tho old bachelors of Lau Aftor voting tho occasion tho most of them containing chocks. of tho season, the guests deJan. !!, says: Tho humorous comedy caster and they are preparing for their Tho largest wine tank In tho world drama, 'Joshua Slmpklns," was tho convention on Friday night. At this parted for their soveral homes. C. C. has been constructed at Osti, Sonoma bill at tho Tampa Hay Hotel Casino writing 135 seats have been taken and Lovr.. This is tho way. Bob Inger-so- ll county, Cal. It holds aOO.OOO gallons for New Year's matinee? and night. all will be disposed of before tho show dellnes it: "Lovo is tho only bow of grape juice. There was u good attendance aud tho begins. 25 cents admits to any sent not Tho total length of tho world's telein life's darlt cloud. It is the morning In the third play was greatly enjoyed. already taken, that being the only price and graph system is 4,U0S,S23 miles, exclumother the evening star. It acta decidedly realistic sawmill scene charged. Tho rehearsals develop tho of art, tho insplror of poet, patriot and sive of 181,440 miles of submarine cawhen a real buzz fact that it will be the most amusing was Introduced and and light of bles. is Caron's directory of Louisville shows saw was seen cutting through a log, ontcrtalnmout over given in this city. philosophor. It tho air of oveiy home, iitMin which a human bolng had been Torpedoes and that there uro 222,223 people in that bombs every heart, builder helplessly bound by his enemies anu ion. of mirth will bo exploded by Letcher klndler of every tiro of every hearth. city, an Increase of 0,051 over last year. enchanter, John Robinson, of Eminence, Kas., to hlB evident death, tho enthusiasm of Owsley, John Farm, Joo Robinson, Love is thu magician, tho highest pitch. Lewis Walker, Bright Swinobroad and that changes worthless things tojoy, was tried for bigamy, when it was the audienco reached its royal, kings nnd proven that ho had eight living wives. There was an abundance of comedy In others too numcoiis to mention. Go and makes right clay." and many fine singing aud and forgot your sorrows for awhilo. As queens of common The battleship "Kentucky" will bo the play A bill has passed tho Virginia Legis- launched Thursday morning, Marco 24, dancing specialties were introduced. tho Presbyterian Mite Socloty and tho g tho Frederick-burTho company travels In Its own private Lancaster Concert Baud aro to recclvo lature Incorporating National Battle- at 10 o'clock and adjacent lino bands. Boston is building thu tluest union Pullman car and carries two tho proceeds, Rev. II. N. Faulconcr It depot in ttio world. It is to cost Memorial Park Association. band boys are all taking a part. fields and the is said that every State North and Tho long over duo French Steamer, In the movement William M. Singcrly, publisher of South will Democrats won in thu contest cases La Champagne, broke hor shaft at sea of Fredertho battle-field- s over tho county olllces in Lawreuco and utter beiug tossed about for several tho Philadelphia Record, died sudden- to convert Wilderness, Chancellors county. days, was sighted by a passiug vessel ly while sitting in his room at home icksburg, the Sho car- smoking a cigar, apparently In good vlllo nnd Spottsylvanla Court-Hous- e At tho point of a pistol a thief at Pa- and towed to Newfoundland. into a National park. 43 being cabin, 53 health, oxcopt for a light cold." ducah robbed a woman of $300. ried HOI passengers, Tho missing Countess Mario do Seven lives were lost In a flro at 203 steerage, and a crow Flro at Dyorsburg, Tenn., destroyed second cabin, a big lumber plant, a stavo factory, u Plasse, wife of a Bolglan nobleman, has Charleston, S. C. of 175 Tho bonded debt of Louisville is school house, two churches and 20 or beon found in St. Louis, whero she had A wreck on tho Southern nenr been working as a dressmaker. destroyed nine cars of lumber. 30 dwellings. j long-wishe- Miss Dora Steel and F, w. Oakley wore married at Corbin. ! William Jones, aged IT, and Nora ments notice. : Tho Debating Society hold at the Hall, o, ran off from school at Hart-wol- ?. Is when everybody U thinking of the Hitmen in their Spring dress. We fK O., aud were married. We cjrry the can itssit you very much. Holmos School House Is becoming quite i A couple in Chicago were married interesting. All the great questions ' of tho day aro being discussed. The tho other nighton top of the auditori3 um tower, 2t0 feot from the earth. next subject for discussion is: Resolved Miss Emma K repps committed suiCome to s e u- - Hats and Gents' FtirnUhlngsnre carried in the new that a man should have educational est st) les. cide in New Albany by hanging her- mmliilniittiinH frit' voting. self ,n ll shcu u'iUl u clothos line, n ScJ. W. James is having a streak of ill In tlm of misplaced love, hick lu trying to get his Thomas Harrison, of St. Paul, Minn-anOpen Gntcs next week if no new hitches. running order. He started Wednesday wullt3 u divorce because his wife said Thursdnv his engine blew up; for- tunately no one was Injured, but he was 1u -" - c.y - &he loveu her pastor bet I The Leading Shoe nnd Furnishing House, DA1IVILLS KY. delayed In his work until Monday. Mr. tar than she did htm ffi A TO- ear-ole.vUnion veteran of rii Joe McClurc took the broken parts of iS::vS$--kS-kSSt::tSS':-SS:-SSthe engine aud went to Louisville and Dickson, Tenn., was awarded a pension staid until they uero repaired, return of :?.'I00, and forthwith proceeded to in spouse, ing Saturday night and by working ail vest in a 'thev were able to start up u When a Cincinnati court granted Mrs. dnv Sunday i n V' Llo-v-d d'oroe and alimony of Monday morning'. he fainted, doubtless over-I- s The timber Interest of Crab Orchard all on it boom. The L. & N. has) whelmed at the prospect of havihg eo ney. For his wants and Informs Ills better luilf shinned since January 1. car loads much At Asbury Park Antie Mitchell, aged to buy liU of lumber, locust posts and ties. Be-- J sides this there havo been about 15 cars 83, and Uhauncey Greenwood, only IS, of logs nnd lumber gone to private wurc married Friday. The old woman firms, and to look at the 15. H. yard nas wouoy and the boy is casting an hero we would judge there wero at least anchor to windward. Thomas Arnold and Mis- Virginia 7.- car loads of timber in different forms Jenkins, of Garrard county, eloped to Prom us. Mvrcltnnt Tullois. Fancy Socks. hero now ready for shipment. This, of Stacy Ailnms' Fine Shoes. All Harrodsburg and were married at 2 A. course, must bring lots of money Into good things como from this vicinity ami help both merchants M. Thursday. The bride's, father, a tom bacco dealer, was in Louisville, which and farmers. d for opLittle Dan Slaughter came up from gave the pair the Montgomery, Ala., Wednesday and re- portunity. Quite i number of our patriotic are ready to fight Sjmln on a mo- l, I I I RIGHT NOW in Largest Assortment Shoes. dl.-tllle-rv i TRUNKS AND VALISES. 1 GA LOWELL & LAN1ER, .; -'- -i d J I 1 1 :Oj --- Giving Orders ! O-'- l . Neckwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., 1DANVILLE, KY. ly V (n3SB':tSB?SSSSS;SB$;'l'gB'gg! : Int CHEAP SHOES. My stock of Ladies' Shoes yet comprises many of the Choicest Things of the Season, in I I IVJ : 1 - 1 !' ll I !D. HI- - 1 1 !. M HANOTURIVS & ENGLISH I WALKING SHOE&, I! Tn all ! j j 1 1 'I. ill '- the popular lasts. But they must go cause be- & I NEED THE MONEY in them and the room they occupy. ei'.--. $ ll u: , That is 'ri -: h reduced a. follows: GO ' ;! U Wj t0 ; .;' jMfrBQ lift GODdS v.? 0 ii fit tf.6D. 1 : All $2.7.j and $2.7)0 goods can now be had for S2 and our $2 line drops to $1,150. These are not goods, but brand new and old style, shelf-wor-n uie ui'M tin. lami iiiiurws. i S H- - Til J. rVlcROBERTS.L M j ld to-da- CD eg Ihmsmm IMS if Jk Wl s Xn Im 1 -- U. U-- i m TTWFirr rJiia"afT -j- m t1 L stJ - 5 M o post-olllc- Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig cker J-fo- lo Have tho most approved " is-th- o FACE : LOTONS. A GOOD BUSINESS MAN Wants a desk that is convenient to place his paper and memorandums in, po as to be ahle to lay his hands on them when wanted. We have just what ho needs in a roll top desk, with drawers, hesldcs many other styles, ollico cjiairs, tables, leather couches, arm chairs, bookcases and other otlice furnituro that wo defy any one to compete w th in prices. m nitro-glycerin- o And Host Line of Perfumes. Soaps and Toilet Articles on tho Market. $12,-000,00- 0. W. W. 'WITHERS, Stanford. - - Kentucky. Hiauch Stue and Undertaking Ilustonville, Ky. Outfil at nnr-rodsbu- rg .gfriat'irirrjiiMMfc ';.'-- . tt 4 tl4- j0un ' .... yi i J M m f if ? i lis If A f-. ? Wo me Hgnln of Richmond, as wo mistook Win. EllUon, of Whltloy, died of White and Sonator Dcboo tho announcement for the marrlago It- heart failure while hunting, and was THE INTERIOR JOURNAL John near lighting In tho White House self. not found for some time. camo Tho Laurel county grand jury return- nnd In tho august presence of the presFrank Holiday, a Boonesboro Nogro, ident. It seems that Dcboo had prom, oJ over 200 Indictments. The majority ate lU'o cans of oysters and two pounds Mar. i, 189S ised White that Hill's name should bo were for selling whisky. Stanford. Ky.. of crackers on a wager of a quarter. Capt. L. A. Bryant, a London lawyer, withdrawn for district attorney, nt Tho steamer Manitoba has arrived least so he charged; Deboo donlcd it aged 73, Is dead. Ho was n veteran of with CAM reindeer and the accompanying W. P. WALTON, and White called him a Mar. Deboo two wars, Mexican and Civil. drivers to assist hi tuklng aid to the And solicit your patronage upon the basis ol f.iir, honett treatment, good service and Tho Somerset Reporter says that W. Klondike miners. made a feint aa If to draw a gun, but ow prices for tho best goods Some of the Legislators arc becom the belligerents were separated before A. Davidson, of MeKlnnoy, has bought Frank Larue, aged fcO, grew jealous ing bellicose as the day of adjourn' any damage was done. John D. seems an Interest in C. L. Lewis' inarblo of his wife 50 years his junior at North Kupi'CBcntatlves,ttWUy8 in hot water, but If he will go works at that place. ment drawn ncai Cap Adams the llttto boy who broke Salem, Ind., and fired two shots at her. Trimble and Tracy were only kept gunning tor tno ignorant ami uurcuu-bi- o o and stole He failed to hit her and tho following by friends, from attacking each other junior Senator from Kentucky and Into the Wllmoro while they were discussing the Capital bag his game, all his pust sins will be 82.75 was sent to tho Houso of Refuge at day ho took another crack at heir, strlk Of Drugs and Stationery and Toilet Article. iug her in the arm. removal bill, and Senator Bronston and forgiven. Louisville for a year, by Judge Barr. At lior request, Mrs. Thomas HardJack Chlnn jawed each other on tho Alex Pence, a politician and saloon Mil. Wattkkton'S terrific arraign- keeper at Shearer, Madison county, ing, of Ir.vlno, was cut open aftor doath bill In the eommttteo ltxard In meeting. The latter disputed the ment of the Elections bill was in his killed James Smith, a young farmer, to see If thore was really made that hc( best vein but it came too late. Several by crushing his skull with a rovolver. her stomach as she hu.l always limit' tilchargo that Bronston Chlnn, had been trying to "run" him weeks ago It might have done some- Smith claimed that Pence had paid un- ed, when It was found that she hud laall the session, and added that he was thing towards staving off tho danger-on- s due attention to his wife and attacked bored under a mistake. measure, fraught with possible dis- him about it. "ready to back up his word in any Tho cotton mill strikers of Now Kn country." Bronston replied, contemp- aster to the party championing It. In Whitley county. Josoph Harrison gland have Issued an appoal stating tuously, that he had heard that kind of was shot and killed bv Peter Perkins that about tOO families, comprlolng THE LEGISLATURE. talk before, and that he was not afraid and son. Thero had been somotroublo souls, are slowly starving to death. of him. A little "glaring" ended this The Carrollton News has declared previously. Harrison was riding along And doubtless every mothor's son of Is similar to your own unlets you continue to Mav in your own harbor. Don't brunch episode, but next day Morgan Chlun for Hon. J. R. Mount for Senator Irom tho road near Perkins' house and as ho thorn who voted, voted for McKlnley out but stick to us, we will pilot you through safe and wo can save you from totnl dedenounced in tho House Bronston's that district noxt time. camo to tho gate he got otT his horse as and prosperity. struction. To prove this wo will charge that he was holding up one ol Joe Grimes, 2rt years old and weigh The Senate passed the hard fought If to go in, but just as he alighted two Harri- ing 555 pounds, is giving Bronston's bills in the committee, as local options bill making the county shots were fired. Both struck exhibition of cowardly. Bronston was not present and not tho precinct the unit. son In the right eye, one In tho right his skill as a bicycle rider at Lexingand may be heard from later. Seems Senator Alexander Introduced n bill corner and one In the left, tho shots ton. Ho is an expert with a record of to us as bad as fighting is that It would appropriating 31,000 to provide for the coming out at the back of his head. No half a mile in 1:11. He once made a run be better for tho body to break up in a ceremonies at the launching of the arrests. of S4 miles In 10 hours. Ills home Is general light than to enact the Gocbol battlehlp Kentucky. Mrs. T. Z. Morrow presented to nt Roanoke, Va. Our buyers are on tho market from one end of the year to tliu other, therefore It i election bill Into a law and here's hopEvery democrat who loves his party Rockcastle county a splendid portrait Boone Vallandingham, who Is in- plain to bo seen how we can afford to sell you good cheaper than the man who buys they should throw his inlluence Immediate- of the judge last week. The presentaing that If left to the alternative dicted for the betrayal of Mlts Stevens only ns per seasons. We are making a .jecial may take the former horn of the ly against tho Goebcl bill. Thero Is tion speech was made by Mr. W. A. at Owlngsville, uttcmptcJ sulcldo by Morrow In beautiful language and was Bronston was heard from later, hc not a minute to lose. Woodford Sun. answered by our matchless orator, C. taking strychnine, ilo did not succeed Tho Houso refused by a vote of 150 to and the next dny ho tried to save him' went for the younger and scored it Into of Rockcastle, 50 to abolish that useless offico of C. Williams, on behalf self from the panalty and right tl.o the older Chinn. He claimed that he whose voters have steadfastly remain wrong by marrying the girl, who Is bad not intended to rctlcct on the commissioner of agriculture, but It abolish the ed loyal to Judge Morrow for years and shortly to become a mother. young man and that his father, who went overwhelmingly to years, which suggested the presentawas then, as always, present, express- State board of Equalization. In order to mnke room for our daily spring arrival Firo destroyed the leaf departn.ert bill passed the tion of tho portrait. It now adorns tho of the American Tobacco Company's An ed his indignation for a different al north wall of the court room where the leged cause. The slumbering memory House, 06 to 23, which prohibits not for many branch ut 21th and Main Streets, Lous judge has dealt out justice of the son may have been awakeped by only the sale of cigarettes, but prqhlb-Itisville. Tho loss Is estimated at 5360,-00any one having In his possession years. Signal. blutT and characteristhe unsuccessful The Insurance is estimated 1 tic bragadoclo then displayed. He then any article pertaining to tho manufacNOTATION, 3300,000. Fourteen hundred people will And bonr In mind they only represent n very mnnll per cent of our big ladurtlon of BRiEFNEVS went on to speak ofJCol. Jack as the ture of cigarettes. be thrown out of employment by tho trices. Fruit of the I.00111 nnd Ix)n(lale Cotton nl 0c, Clover hleoched Cotton al Cc Elirht stores wore burned at Lltoh- conllagratlou. In response to a request from Hon. Mephlstophilcs of tho General AssemFour employes wcro 3 ard, good apron gingham, nice cotton plaid tire goods 5e. worth lOu, all wool bly, inflicting with his pleasing address G. B. Stout that he advise democrats field, entailing a loss of $.'0,000. injured in cscupine;. cnsMinore 41 in. wide 25c, worth 40c, figured black drtww good lfto, worth 3"c, SHkti. Lightning did considerable damage and popular prcstldge, poisonous ven to support the caucus action on the lino drapery only 8Jc, Clink's () N. T. thread nt 2c a xpool. linen crush only fie jx-, om In every public measure and It was Goebel elections bill, Mai. P. P. John-- to the Somerset electric light plant. yard,0c canton llannel at 4c sr y.rd, hwl spread onlv 50c, ladies' gmln shon 7fie A desperado killed four men In tryhut. nnMtt.ni thnt. infiicrnniinn ahnnhirni.'ston srTitbc nroccedinjrs arc revolu- Mlses cnlf and pchhlo shoe (Wo, Infant shoe 20c, Men's hoary work how S'jc, Im ing to escape from jail at Alma. Neb. in, will low the slightest exposure of his clever. tionary and, If persisted The end of a remarkable winter dies' dongola pat. tip button shoes only s."ic Ladies' Full FinUhed Draw Skirls SI. Nine nersons were burned to doath rtil vir KA.tn Wilti t it jtlMlfl Every thing he touches must be 8try the party. ""' jw""""j " " ".? fn fin Tho Goebcl election bill, which has In a fire on Church stroot. Charleston 1 liLI U IlilS UVUli Ulibiun Will au(lt. UtIIJ tarnished with suspicion and Is so re garded. As Bronston is dead game and passed both Houses, proposes to creato S. C. one making ice thick enough to house, 10 Chinn has gotten up a rep in that line, State Board of Election Commlssion-thel- r Jack Ulldreih attcraptod suicide at and but little snow. Fair and y iFalrvicw, Ind., because his sido lost in friends expect trouble, but men ers, composed of three men, to be Tiiosday was yesterday's prediction. ieven Taper of Pin for 10 Cent. run their heads into a hornet's d by the Legislature. The State a debate. In Montgomery county, Miller Annest when they have time to consider! Board shall appoint a County Board of Til Kitti Is a good deal of lawlessness llareo men each, and it shall bo the du- - derson crushed Henry Hawkins' skull to the squtuic inch in MeKlnnoy. Some the danger and cogitate over the re-- j sults. Therefore we predict that tho ty the County lioaru to select nil or with an ax. one broke out a window in J. H. A pair of Genuine St'cl ?clots at 2V per pair. Wall street bankers have offered tho licers of election, said ortlcers to be wordy war will end in words. store tho other night and Satequally divided between the two lead- government 3100,000,000 at per cent, urday night all tho windows In CampThe Goebel election bill passed the ing political parties. These election n case of war. bell McKlnnoy's house were brokon. House Saturday afternoon 57 to 42. It oilicers are to serve in general elections At Garrett, Ind., Fred Simons, while Tho latter Is a colored barber. had already passed the Senate by a baro and not in primaries. drunk, killed his two children and comMen'n White I'lilnutulered Mi r s nt .Vc. lJemeinbr our line of constitutional majority, but it is not mitted suicide. Two tramps, claiming to hnvc como POLITICAL POINTS. Fire In tho Hall Chemical Works at from Mlddlosboro, left town In a hurry the law yet by a long shot. It was deKalamazoo, Mich., caused explosions Saturday night. Marshal Newland livered to the governor yesterday who o The fight over the May field has 10 days to either sign the bill, let which killed six people. thorn to leave when ho loarnod was ended by the appointment of it become a law without his signature A mad cow at Rome, Tonn.. horned a that they came from tho small-poCarpet l'np r. Oil C oh. Kic or veto it. He will doubtless wait the W. S. Mason. half dozen people, some of them dan- scene, but they refused and told the The News says that nine out of every gerously, before she was killed. full time and then do tho latter. Thero olficor he could put tuom In jail if ho P. Watt will then only remain n few days of the 10 democrats In Barren arc for While resisting arrest an alleged wanted to. "Bring on the ropes and governor. Hardin for session and sharp parliamentarians can burglar at Doylestown, Pa., shot and we'll hang thorn right horc," yollod Tho monthly Treasury statement for killed one officer and wounded another Mr. Newland to a crowd of boys who THE prevent a vote in either nouse. Bronsa small surplus and ton, it is said, has sworn to speak out February will show wcro not far away, and in less tlmo fatally. an Increase of 83,250,000 over last year. the remainder of the session,' if nee. T. D. KAVEY, Manrgir W. P. Walker, of Cincinnati, a than it takes to toll It, the hoboes disapSecretary Long says he Is In possesessary to defeat it, and he has shown C. & O. railroad man, Is In a peared. on' for.mer occasions that he is a long sion of no more Information In regard crltlcul condition from a stroke of pa Itrauch store at Pari, Carlisle, Ml Sterling, Hardstown, Lawroncehnts, AN Uncle Tom's Cabin Co., now doKiuineuee, Georgetown, Flixalictlitown. Frankfort. .Miiuokjrt, Ind. winded horse. For the good of tho to the Maine disaster than immediate ralysis. ly after the occurrence. Vencgar, tho Negro uxor-cid- ing Kentucky, is contributing Its full party, that does not need such a bill, Clarence posimaking that miseraand for the maintenance of democratic A Southern widow holding the was donied a new trial, and sen- meu&ure towards tion of postmaster, who wanted to tenced to be hanged at Georgotown ble production unpopular. Tho Sprlnc-flol- d principles, we hope the opponents of Progoss In writing of it says: the measure may yet bo able to defeat know if "a young man of 10 could be April 20. postmaster," was told that "marriages "The audience was given tho inky Harry Wolfe, of Plko it. It is entirely too radical, sinatters w1km too much of the machine and Is no couldn't cure the prohibition against a countv. cot his father's, pistol and shot dink and thon young ludius holding otllco." beaux were s gallant as so take then-- , more a party necessity than it should minor and badly wounded a slstor two years now refuse to speak to them. Oh, it Tho Senate passed tho Houso bill to his senior. be classed as a party measure. .van rotten. repeal that part of the Martin mob law, Little Eva died before At Chicago an omnibus filled with Ben Haiuuso.v, Tor several decades requiring county judges to appoint pleasure seekers was struck by a Grand tiking sick, and Uncle Tom mourned editor of the Henderson News, died in guards at the expenso of tho county, Trunk passenger train and five persons her death as if she had beon his own child, when in truth he hud nt w r Philadelphia Thursday, where he had when appealed to, thus eviscerating the wcro killed. so on gone to live with u son. The old gen law and rendering it of no effect or valTho Alaskan mall contract has been made her acquaintance." and tlemun was for years treasurer of the ue. awarded to P. C. Richardson, who Is to eiti- G. A. R. protests against tho appoint-- 1 Kentucky Press Association, and Jo l.v II, Mkikk Is a ' make six trips from Seattle up the Yuzon und he will not do what the law he rarely 'had over 50 cents on ment of Leslie Combs as pension agont kon during the season. hand, ho seemed us. proud of the otllco ' ut Louisville have induced tho presi-- , Corinth hud a very dlsasterous Hi o says Is wrong, it matters not what tin as if it actually hud a treasure, fie was dent to subject the matter to u further Tiie?day, an entire block being consum circumstances arc. The Sunday law wt s a real curiosity in journalism. His pa- consideration, although it had been j ed. The printing plant of the Corinth put into effect last Lord's day audio w & per bore the impress of ancient ideas fully determined that Combs should be Messenger was burned. was civen several suvoro tests. Tho down for some and was noted among other things for appointed. A burly Negro attempted an assault colored Methodists sent tho fact that It never contained a "perThe navy department is said to ' have on u white woman In Carlisle county light bread for sacramental ue, but ho sonal," which while as much as wo may placed two big orders for coal with and the neoplo are trreatly excited. Ho positively declined to sell them any & and they hud to go without or either regret it, has for years been a necessi- Pennsylvania companies, the coal will bo lynched if caught. m m sr lady wanted ty und often the only part of the paper amounting to .'100,000 tons to bo delivThomas Hoylc, a Berry Springs, cook or borrow. One sick that Is read. After the suspension of ered at Key West, Sand Keys, Dry Tonn., harbor, got mad at u customer some lemons and unothor some oysters, his paper, ho took to writing novel- Tortusras, Savannah, Charleston und while shaving him und probably fatally but the law said nay und Johnny said : ditto. A number of other people were ettes, the "Pawnbroker's Son," being Fortress Monroe. wounded him with a ruzor. m no doubt many times dur In tho House at Washington Mr. the most notable of tho number. Ho The Memphis and Charleston railroad refused und was the embodiment of honesty and Lewis offers a resolution disapproving extending ing the day the clover young man wishfrom Memphis to Stevenson, goes to his reward with clean hands Woodford's banquet to the Spanish A l.i n .Itstnni-ir- nt ''Oft inlh.u hpmiirlit. ed that tho Sunday law or more famll- -' . and clean record. Peuco to his ashes. CabinetI. In his speech Lewis churac' ne hamrae,.. Tho iarly tho "Wilkinson bill" had never nndor been heard of. It as a "ghoulish spectacle; bu-- 1 Southern railroad bought It. tcrizes WE IlM)LE ONLY All hope that the explosion of the rylng the Maine's dead while Woodford A passenger train was stopped by acConvicted. Herman Kasparlte, of Maine was an accident seems to have Is feasting their murderers." cident on a burnlnsr trestle near Waj- - this county, was given six months in been dispelled and tho prospects for B-HU- UJE cross, Ga. One passenger was killed jail and fined $."00 in the U. ri. court at ' war are dally Increasing. President COUNTY NEWS. NEIGHBORING land several Injured, one seriously. Louisville forjnoonshinlng brandy. Ho McKiuley Is said to have expressed Joslah Brock, aged 9.") years, died In Three coaches were consumed. plead thut he had Intended to securu a himself very strongly of his intentions At 11 o'clock Satin day night u mob bonoto distill and desired to do right, to hold Spain to a strict account and Bell county. Amos Belcher was killed by Archer nt Mayfield took M. C. Reynolds, a and asked the judge to be light on him to Btrlko decisively when he Is certain Jgro, from his home and whipped him as it was his first offense. Judge Burr he is right. in Cluy county. severely. The town is greatly excited was impressed with his honest manner bill The House passed Mado nt our stoic by Jim. A. lleudreii. Call and leave your order. The Courier Journal thinks it worth Mrs. W. J. Landram thopension grantingu ' UVU1 UIU 1UUU1IU ntif i.uimj if i h A intli M.wi.i.i of 3S0 i.... a und gave him tho lowest punishment. UUVi. w. b. iiiuui while to state that George Duvl&on is George E. Hunt, of Davenpott, Iowa, His wife and baby wore present when opposed to the Goebel election bill for month. A. G. Woods, a Nicholasvllle drug- has been appointed Weuther Forecast the sentence wiw passed. She dropped no other stuted reason than that It will destroy tho democratic party. George's gist, formerly editor of the Journal Is Oiliclal at tho Louisville ollice. S. P. her head on his shoulder and wept bitGehum, who has been In charge of tho terly and silently, while their baby solicltudo for such a calamity Is ve ry dead, aged 42. Tho managers of tho Somerset Opera local olllco slnco January 1, will be cooed blissfully in her lap. The scene touching, indeed. House have ordered thut no babies bo First Assistant. affected District Attorney Smith and The mother of J. T. Adams, who lost brought to shows thra The British steamer Legislator was others so much that they, after the adThe Second Session of the Collegiate Year, 1MI7-will open his lifu by the explosion on the Maine, Citizens of Mlddlosboro have appeal- burned at sea on February III, and six journment of court, interceded with has filed an application for a pension. ed to the State for aid In staying the of her crow wore killed and many In- Judgo Barr, who though himself affect:M!o:ricLa,3r, J"a,:rru.Eir37The old lady seems to be In a hurry. ravages of small-pojured. Tho vessel was laden with ed by tho poor woman's plight, could New pupils entering at that tlmo will do received into the cluses. Kor full lufoimatlon The House passed tho bill abolishing Wo were a llttlo premature in an- chemicals, some of which exploded and not 6eo his way clear to suspend the call on or write to Mas. Haitki.ev at the College or write for catalogue. the State board of Equalization. nouncing the marriage of Miss Lila caused tha fire. punishment. WILLIAM SIinLTON, Pjiimiiiknt. News comes from Washington that Chenault, D. - OPei) for Business post-otllc- M. FDXXi STOCK paol-roo- m PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 11 2,-0- Thatflaine Affair 6ive You A Pointer ! a. Reduction on all Winter Stock, antl-clgaret- to 0. 11 JUSTLOOKATTHESEPRICES 21 r - de-fo- Additional Local. v I 4 J 3 Papers Assorted Hair Fins For Cts. elect-rarel- . Van-hook'- s, 33 INCH BED TICKING AT 9C. 4- - Mens' Negligee Shirts at 35 Cts. post-of-fic- x Carpets And IVIattings, MMcntOTinrjr.. STOiim fynthl-a:i,Versill- woll-know- n. e., e, I I Six-year-o- ld j law-abidin- g ' I J j IW AAflu i y u l HI xm rm r .r ! i jfcssErcafe' .sisss' . ! HAH ne-Buk- er BULBHESS. 1 . B. K. WEAREN & SON. x. Stanford Female College. On Stli, 1898. y. . .jujtaM-- , jw.-dft-iJiiw- .AJi,,. - -- T.TT a Mils. J. E. Nuvius Is nt tho point of THE INTERIOR JOURNAL death with peritonitis as we went to press. A girl joined tho two other iSqS little tots nt Mr. W. P. Grime' FriMak. i, Stanford, Kv., day. Tho old man Is proud, but pride In such matters goes on a descending E. 0. Walton, Uusinkss Managi'ii. scale from tho first born. 3 I . - littli: Fresh Tea Cukes Warren & Shanks. Nnw percales, cheviots, ginghams. Soveranco & Sons. Do you need a Spring suit ? If so don't buy until you have seen Jesse D. Wcarcn's line. JKaJrV THE G. D. CHICAGO you do not follow Mb directions. Got tlio best medicines too That 1b the only kln'l wo furnish. Penny's Drug Tub best physician cnn't cure you if LOCAL HAPPENINGS. FINK violin for sale. Danks. Ni:v stock of ladies', missus and children's Spring shoes and Oxfords. Severance & Sons. have a complete stock of lloor-inbiding, ceiling and finishing at low the figures. A. C. Sine. I NOW m g, Waist and Corset. The Most Comfortable and OuC0wu!T Store. Hkoilincs boof at .Mark Hardin's. 'K v; i PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Spkctaclbs jeweler. i.w fitted by Danks, m Jkhsk D. Wkaiusx wont to Llburty - FOR Type-write- r, yonterday. Dk. R. L. Spbctaclbs Salb cheap, Blickensdcrfer m lMu fitted at HamlluTn. tho Davison Is here from jowolor's. good us new. W. Bailoy, Norwood, Ky. 25 Address J. w i n I W I 1 rJ?- - jr If p.i vr h-- Washington. . ROOMS for rent. Apply to Dr. Will MltS. P. E. KKMP and children wunt N. Cruig. to Lexington Friday. g Gkntlkmbn ! Look at our now lino MS8. SUB HOLMliS, of Elkton, Id of pants. Severance & Sons. Mrs. Annlo Lusloy. Miss Mauy Coolbv I luok from NkV Spring drees goods coming in a visit to Lebanon frlonds. every day. Severance .V Sons. MlSSSl'K WlIlTI.RY MURPHY has CltlCAP cow feed of all kinds always boon quite sick but Is bolter. Mil. AND Mrs. J. S. IIocicku return-o- d on'hand. J. II. Baughman Jc Co. vie-kin- BES T FTTTT' ifcarir3 T?-U 7?" ' JIM rr Pi BClS of new checked and fancy all wool cheviots for skirts und dresses at 2 and Hoc Severance & Sons. HioaiNSA: McKinnky are selling tho Mollno Corn Dri.l and check row combined. Nothing better. Stop and seo iu As well as most durable corset made FOR ONE UIl WHITE DRAB AND mmtimaJfkW i:-- M. - it S3 U - r v. 4 l I Still Alivb. At my millinery parWe now have in stock . lors in my rosidenco on Lancaster nirf .jfrom Kuiisns City Sunday. street, with everything that embraces Hlciir.ST mnrkot rlcc paid for fresh Miss MaymkCaiidiN, of New Havtho millinery line. Thanking my payellow butter. Warren A; Shanks. U. N. holler. en, Is with Mrs. iii trons for their patronage. I solicit : : : Mil. F. V. Walkbu, of Madison, Landrbth's seeds in paper and bulk. same. Kate Dudderar. theguostof Miss Hollo Denny. was New and fresh. W. B. McRoberts. JOHN Grady, who lives In Garrard, A. Tol Mahtin, formorly of this I AM now rocolving my Spring sult-lnnot far from Drippings Springs, was Wc will be pleased to show you these goods whether you wish to buy or not. policeman at Somercounty, Is now a Come in and see them. II. C. severely cut in the stomach by his stepset. Ruploy. son Saturday afternoon. Grady, who MISS ANNA Rl'ID and A. H. C Dinii widdle, of Huston vlllu, were hare Suneale at about half price, a Web- was drinking, was chasing the young For day. ster Unabridged Dictionary. Apply at man with un ax, when he was stabbed. old. He V, S. Emhry N clorklug In Penny's this olJlce. Respectfully submitted to the cash trade a pharmacist can be Drug Store, until Small-poat Rowland ! At least Ill stonvillb. The C. E. Soelety secured. you announce that on ' y this is the pretty well authenticated rtv.esut that iKxtKxu I y .nssSAtnu Lillauu reiurnod n'-- t Friday evening, March 1th, at ffl from n protructod visit to frlonds re'Hirt. Henry Lognn uutno down from & o'clock, there will bo glvon at the in Danville. the Jellieo mines a few days ago and Is Presbyterian church at Hustonvllle a Ki.o JoSBlMI H.U.1.0U was too 111 to ssild u hare a well devnlopop cage of Gramophone entertainment under it All his appointment at Vhs Christian auspices for the benefit of tho sulTcring the disOHso. O'JR watch work warranted. Danks. ohtircU Sundny. Cubnns. Admission fee oulv l.'c. A. MISS Doi.MK MoROHBRTS Is back Joshua Simpkins, a sparkling comIssued a pamphlet TllR L. & N. from a charming visit to friends In and untitled "The Yollow Fevor Epldomic edy, Interspersed with specialties, singNarrow Escapk. The roof of W. around Richmond. of 1S07," In appreciation of thusorvlcos II. Trajlor's bottling houso caught lire ing and dancing, will be the attraction Tub Economical Lunch Club meats remlereil by its employes, for a copy of Saturday morning but tho blano was ut Walton's Opera House, March 7, with Mrs. Win. Snwruiica Thursday which this olttce is Indebted to Train discovered a few second later and ex- and promises to draw like a porous afternoon from 2 to 6. Master Roller. tinguished before damage to much ex- plaster. It Is said to havo been con- IK- A Welcome to March. W. H. GOOU 1ms seurod a mall house, structed to produce laughter and that f is tent was done. As the bottling IN proof that promised prosperity In Lawrence, Kiw , and will the object Is well attained. An excelmaterializing. Train Master B. N. Rol- the distillery and warehouse aro all lent band will give a street parade and F5 to that city, July I. close together a loss of 200,000 might We celebrate the above event with Bargains Galore )!3 Last big rem ler tells us Unit T.'M freight trulns wore MlW. J. H. TURKISH, of Nicholas-vlllorchostra will furnish have resulted had not the lire been an nant said of $fi parente, Mr. run over the Knoxvtllo Division of tho soon when It was. Is on a vUH to There arc over 5,000 music for the performance. "ri L. fc N. In January, lbUS, against (P2l and Mrs. W. S. Grlnewnd. barrels of whiskey In the wuro house SINGULAR. Friday last two men W. H. DlLI.lON came down In the same month iu 1M)7 and Mil in now. MRS. named Henson, from Casey, came to from Llvlrgston Saturday to visit Imr 1SIHI. McKinney and went to the store of the CiitcciT Court.- - We camo vory mother, Mrs. Dottle Uroaddus. TUB Mercer county grand jury recTanner Bros , who know them. They j A Lin ing, Ducks and Woolen Goods Some choice things in tlic-e- . 11. L. Ol'KUTT, of the Courier Jour& old tumble down near not having any February term of ommended that its went out, Mr J. L. Tanner tells us, and J money saving place is our Remnant Counter. Barnes court-housJs? nal, wns here Saturday helping bo either romodotcd or re court, missing it only by one day, but a while one of thorn returned and Wearon work up a larger subsrlpllon built. Do tho latter by all means. That miss Is us good ns a mile. Wl'.h a new after a claimed that his brother had been as Msu old pile can never be made to look de- shcrltT and a now clerk, there was some saulted and robbed by two men of 8125. sevGrororA. McRoiiRirrs sHjnt cent. It Is fully 100 years behind iu Interest displayed In watching .them Constable Nunnolley happened to be got down to business, but they soon eral days with friends In Garrard be- every way. search, but showed that they were equal to the oc- there and mado dllllgent fore starting In with W. B. McBoberts Ho also teleGeorge Eckler died of con- casion. At l:.'!0 Judge Saulley took his found no one to arrest. DlCATIt. "Chrysanthemum" reduced fioni 70 to 60c. yesterday. to tho.conductors of two trains "Lily" reduced from So to GOc. ALCORN has return, sumption at Klngsvlllo Friday, aged seat and called nn Shcrlll S. M. Owons graphed Miss LARRY M. daugh- to oen court. He began with tho usual which had been there during the time, 'Hose Leaf" reduced from 95 to G9c. oil to Hustonvlllu. after a plowum vis-I- t Jlfi. Besides a wife, who was a no suspicious men were on them, "Chrysanthemum and Snow Drop'' reduced from SI .10 to I'Oc. C. Bogle and family. -- ter of James Upthegrovo, docoused, ho "Hoar ye, hear ye," and ending with but with Dr. J. who got on at McKinney. The lien leave-- two children. Tho remains weio "God save tho Commonwealth of Ken"Kose Bud" reduced from $1.50 to f 1.25. Advocate. efin the MeKinnoy Cometery Sat- tucky and this honorable judge." He sons left without making further "Carnation" reduced from fl.00 to 51.50. Prok. John Uichkson, superintend- buried some doubt as to the Tho above are names of tho patterns and reduced prices wont through It like a veteran, tho forts and there is ent of schools In East Su Louis, spent urday afternoon. fnthur-ln-laDr. only "bobblo" being In saying "judge" truth of their stories. several days with his QL'ARANTINB. There Is a shot gun whon he should havo said "court." Ho Sunday's Courier-Journa- l MAJOR Hays. William Shelton. quurantino between Jellieo. Tonn., und and his deputtes, J. C. Lynn and Cab-boW. M. Zanonb, of Mr. anu Mrs. contained a good picture of Jellieo, Ky., which is only divided by B. Owons wore sworn In and the Major Hays and a write-uby Samuel Lancaster, wore here Sunday to see nn imaginary lino. Small-ioIs at Tlio picture was taken Mrs. Joe N'ovtus, who Is dangerously present confined to tho Kentucky pari following grand jurors solectod: John W.jMencfce. 111 with peritonitis. part keeps Bright, foreman, W. R. Cook, T. S. by Albert II. Severance with a kodac of town and tho Tennos-seBlankeuship, W. L. Singleton, Joe and shows the old man standing with tho advance Mr. G. E. KOIIINSON, a line of sentry with guns, which Colfey, James Brown, H. D. Newland, his hat Iu hand in his Usually deferenSlmpklns," Is hero, at'ont of "Joshua any passing whatever, so Train advertising his great show, which will Master Roller, who was there, tolls us- H. C Leach, J. L. Carrier, Buono tial way. Major claims to bo the oldest Flint, T. J. Goode and Thomas Man- mm In town but ho doesn't know how be with us March 7. TraDK OKK After finding thut tho umit. old. The writer asked him his age Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Evanh spent Judge Saulley delivered tho charge onco and he responded: "How old is Mos,1 several 'days at tho bedside of the Penny Drug Storo stock was so extenformer's mother In Danville. She Is sive and the invoice footing up so and for un hour made the usually dull Jimmie Warren?" Ho had celobrat largely In excess of what he' oxpoolod, duty Interesting both to tho grand jury ed his UOth birthday a few days before very 111 'with pneumonia. Mr. John S Wells docidod not to buy, and spectators. It was a detailed state- and was so told. "Well, I missed him" I J A. Bl'BTox. or Waddy. MR. of the Central Normal School as his contract gave him tho right to ment of tho work Imposed by tho law was his i espouse. He draws a penthere, spent soeral days wltn lit do, and Mr. G. L. Penny will continue on tho jury and an earnest plea for sion of S u month for being n soldier Iti charge of tho popular storo. See ad. searching investigations of every class and i'2 from tho county for being unafriend, Miss Sfcslo Lasloy. of crime and of turnpike raiding in ble in winter time to earn ills llvlngv has about In another column. Mr. Clahbncb K. Tatb . Springfield. Mo., to particular. He had nuarly 'winded" dochled to locate at the ordor now himself urging this duty on tho grand Vaccinate profession law. Ho spent Fkkk. That's what the Stanford & practice his with a petmlty. In view of the ap- juries over tlio district, but without re Hustonvllle turnpike is now, and our Call at my stoic and we will explain how you can obtain one of tlieo Rasters free of with his parent horo. Sunduy proach of small-pothe city council sult, and ho hoped this jury would bo Wost End friends can visit us suns toll charge. The roast is revolved thronf-- the juices while cooking. Mil. John C. GOOClt, of Waynee-burhas moved to Ilowland, and will met baturday and ordered that every- able to bring that class of olTondors and sans lucre, if they wish. The fiscal body, who has not been vaccinated under tho law. Ho also asked a search- court closed a deal with the officers of run a produce wagon to buy eggs, within the time that physicians say it ing investigation of tho disturbances tlio road Friday by which the county chickens and all such articles. is effective, and is not vaccinated by around MoKinuoy, and called attention leases It on an annual rental of (i per MISS Lr.NNA B. STUART, of Crab March olh, shall be subject to a flno of and care- cent on Its agreed value of $(100 per Orchard, was on Saturday's train re- - 810. Persons who are not able to pay to the law requiring a strict county olllccs, espo mile or $0,000 for tho 10 miles, Supt. turning from a visit to her sister, Mrs. for the service can have It done at th o ful scrutiny of tho dally tho county clerk's. J. F. Cash to remain in charge and bo Hoso Alexander's, at Owontoti. expense of the town. Let tho order bo was selected as follows: limited to sJoO a mllo repairs and tho Tho petit jury To tho Mill of- Miss Kathurinb Waddull, who Is strictly enforced. J. T. Fagaloy, P. P. Nunnolley, J. W. county to buy tho road at figures named Va., reattending school at Staunton, so. Robto J. C. Horton, Salb op Stahliis. Messrs. Embry Ran.sey, M. Holmes. T. M. A. C. Geo. whenovcr it Is in condition the do An turned homo Tuesday on account of poles at Estos, inson, T. order was entered to raise T. and James R. Beazley havo bought sloknoss. Somerset Reporter. W. Rifle, W. D. IJays. R. J. Hague, onco and let us hope they will go down At- out the livery stable business and out' J. N. Sharp, Commonwealth's Lunsford. R. D. Pad- no more. This leaves only three pikes vc J. W. Baughmun fit of M.S. und Bon Lewis, B. F. B. T. Vest, D. In tho county that are not free, tho torney, of Williamsburg, joined his will take charge Stanford, Ky., Manufacturers of and I'ealers in Tho Baugh-man- s gett. Granvlllo Haley, wife, who Is visiting her parents, Mr. C. Slpples, L. B. Underwood, W. M. Hustonvlllo & Danville, 7 miles, havo mudo a good thing of tlio & Cofioy's Mill, 0$ miles, and and Mr?. David Eubanks, Friday. business, but their farms domund their McIIarguc, W. T. Holdam, J. W. hand-som- o Hohuus, Win. Huscr, Nathan Single- the '1! of the Lancaster & Danville, MRS. HOWARD IUCB and hor attention. The Bcuzlny brothers are upon tho latter of which there Is no sister, Miss Bessie Murksbury, of well fitted for tho business, having ton, G. B. Burnett, George T. Gooch. of gate In this county. The court mado hero yesterOno or two cases In which service Lancaster, took the train been in it for some time, the older as Shipstuir, Corn Chop, Hay, Seed Oats, Coa , A c. day for Louisville, to see Anna Held. manager of this stable, und they will process could not bo mado wero filed. an olTcr somo time ago for each of those Tho casoof Ben Kennedy for malicious- roads which still stands. A number of A DISPATCH says Miss Mlnvu Park doubtless do well. corresponding ly shooting J. II. White, was called. people wero ullqwud $3 a month towards Pholps, of Hlchmond. Tub Bell Telephone Lino to Dan- Ho answered ready und the trial began, their support. Elder J. G. Livingston Any day. Where? At your homo in biscuits made of our flour. So bring us your attending tho National Is" secretary, ville was put In talking shape Satur- tho defendant being roprcsonted by was requested to preach onco a month wheat and vet U5 pounds 6f our "Alpine Snow" Flour and 10 pounds of Bran, or 37 convention of tho Daughters of tho for which an appro- pounds of flour for every bushel of wheat. You cannot mako a mistake by trying Revolution, in session in day morning and tho writer, through Col. W. G. Welch, Commonwealth's at tho American tho courtesy of Manager G. R. Eddy, Attorney J. S. Owsley, Jr., and County priation of $15 was made or 31.25 a ser this flour as wo will guarantee every pound of it Take It and try it and if you are Washington. and you your wheat back. Is not mon. The gospel Is very neurly free not hatistled bring the flour back best wo will givecorn meal to he had and take this Gil- had a plcusuulcouvcrsution with Harry Attorney Harvey Helm prosecuting. granulated MR. A. C. KOHINSON, of tho fair enough? Also, we make the Giovaunoli, of tho Advocate. ConverIt will bo remembered that Kcnnc. when you can get It at that price. Tho for grinding and will give the same guarantee we give on our Hour, r bert section, started yesterday for sations were also held with Frankfort dy met White in tho road and shot htm. clalii) of Capt. Thomas Richards for his brother, Columbus, Ga., to see is 111 Cincinnati and Nashville, Term., with White was not armed but succeeded in boarding Frank Ellis, during the time Mr. J. Fleece Robinson, who distinctness. Tho lino to Dan- getting Kennedy's pistol from him he was so fearfully wounded, and who again, but hearing later that ho was perfect s Is put up in with it. The trouble was changed from jail to tho Myers style, with and ville better dcdldcd to wait for further very largo polos,, und Is built to stay. growshooting him allalrs. Houso by order of tho circuit court, family over news. and has been We will take all kinds of farm products In exchange for coal, and since tho while have Mr. Eddy tells us that when tho Spring Tho court adjourned at liltO, after was allowed. It Is for J- - W. ADAMS Mil. AND MRS. somo time, tho fiscal court has been so mild we have contracted for more coal than wo should have and uow. to their opens his company will extend tho line hearing all tho Commonwealth and pending for We make a market for your wheat, hay must sell it Just returned from a visit Chuppell, at to Corbtn and beyond. Tlio oflice horo Mr. Kennedy and Dr. Bailey for the claiming that us Ellis was a Boylo coun- and com, Ac, bv exchanging it for coal and we must dispose of our coal in this mardaughter, Mm. Kobert ty prisoner, thut county ought to pay ket in return. You will always find our prices lower than the lowest. Now is tho made the is in Mr. W. B. McRoberts' Drug Storo. defense. Lebanon Junction They Clerk for his board. Unless business of Im- time to hfuil roal and bring in your farm productH boforo you get buy with plowing. and to Danvillo is 2o conta for a rate County Judge trip In a buggy and tho round trip cost Tno minutes' talk and to mora , , distant James P. Blalley Is on hand breaking portance ahull call them together soon- Give uk n trial. toll, all the gates along five but 30 cents being fi ice ex- points at about cent for every addi- James F. Holdam in and finds him a er, tho court will not moot again till its H- tho line in every county regular session In April. ' very apt student. Stanford pike. tional mile. on tho . BLACK e. 4 m m If You Buy it Once You'll buy it Again 70-od- d x Sat-iirtlu- W. H. SHANKS. 1 .; V l hi Good-By- e to FebVy. m I eon-tim- et re-ino- e, te hr I Calicoes, Damfirios, Percales, 1 e I TABLE LINENS. severance: & sows. 1 f-- 'x ) ll p x m$Mmmmmmw$mMmmM The Cylinder Basting- and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. h m pio-hlbl- ts - set-rota- ry ,i hat's ii g, x MARK HARDIN. -- FREE TURNPIKES! i A m J. H. Baughman & Co. , Grain, Fancy Flour, Corn, JTleal, Bran, $1 1 to-da- nus-tonvll- lo Wheat is Worth Per Bushel one-six- poor-hous- o th llrst-olus- 8 Regardless of Cost. lt 1 cept at Danville J. BHUGHfflHN CO.. STANFORD, KY. fffFJWMff-- -- " hgu:x w ), ' J.C.JtfcCkAY TllO Sl'.UVIOK. AN IXCOMPAKAULK RIDE ON AN AVALANCHE Quean & Crosceut trains aro tho finust THE INTERIOR JOURNAL K. P. Woods bought of Buchanan Joe Ilrnrtley Mltlen Down the Side of trains run In tho Stntc of Kentucky. Tlio crnck barber, ti now buck at hU old 1'lUc'n IVnlt. ready to A few enurgetlc hullo unit gentlemen utaiiil In Mr. Egbert' work mulo for $70. Brod. a slinvc ami ImlrcuU All Joe Urndley, a minor nnd prospector Four dally trains to Cincinnati connect wanted to eiiuvu-Alxive Miliiry guaran- give vou a needing work should cull on htm. He ti Johu Andorson sold to W. A. Uer-rin- g of Cripple Creek, was brought into Co- with the muln highways of tho Great teed. Call on or adilresH. sure to pb(iHo you. Crab Orchard, Ky. 0 a.'bli.oSi.dTxooAaiyio It. Jl. OOOl'll, SomotMJt, Ky. Its rriiavo several heifers nt 'Mc. lorado Springs the other day in n criti- Trunk Lines of the North. West and Thomas Cross dellvorod a lot of corn cal condition, the result of riding an East. This N the lino r .A.r v avalanche ou Tike's peak. to various parties here at 81.75. to Washington, New York, Boston and llrndlcy relates n terrible experience. Three pairs of extra nice work mules thc'Enct. Th Queen & Crescent con- When not oaldffl2.G will e charged. for sale. C. T. Bohon, Ilustonville, He says that n man whoie name he did nects with every line out of CincinnaI will roll at Hating wld my ulllr Mlo TINNING & PLUMBING, not know was with him coming over ;u Hit in v ure slieic uiui iiiMiifiiK iniinriiieni Ky. ti. S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, old I'lBiven t tic KiioK Llrk Alv milt--. KY., afl A feature of the Now. Orloans racos the mountain from Cripple Creek to siiciny nty on Colorado Springs. When near the sum- Kv., W. G. Morgan. D. P. A., Lexlng- Is now prcpnred to do nil kinds of I'iumMng was the wlnnlug of Terraralo, a 100 to mit of the peak the way becmne ob- ton, Ky. Ditnn'h 1898, and Tinning. Sole proprietors ofIiumu No. FRIDAY, MARCH 1 shot. scure nnd the two men climbed to the Hlack Dliiinoiid Hoof 1'uiut Tl TIME GIRD. 190 acres , Calvm 90, rwlilence Jerwy ( Tan lnnil ot Horn nml MuIm, on Mill The Inwood stock farm of J. LAUNCHING THE BATTLESIIIl' top of an eminence endeavoring to ilnd Itirliidlii hiiiI llclffpi, i ll, St-- tt "' anil ple n II. HrtUKhmiMi AShop Mill St.. oppslte Co.S near Lexington told to J. W . Mnntell the trail. "While nt this point." wivs IHt'tlui! UlnJer Whitlty Muwir, llav Hk nixxt KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. tho f.rmltiR Im For tho vriifiio, lianirn, nt $109. Bradley, "the whole mountain side "Kentucky" launching of News, battleship n nrn , ( all khui Itoul urt mill iki l txifw). ail Ya., the ilpMint at Newport & Whitley, of Danville, bought seemed to give a lurch and nt a ter balo tu tmiiieiiiv Ht lu uMiick. Trains leave Stanford nt 7 10 a. in. and 4 j in Farris Chesapeake and Ohio Knilwny will make lVnn iiiuiIk k'Miwn mi iluy of mlc. returning at i. 21 p m. an J 'J 03 p. in about 150 steers at Lancaster yesterday rific speed moved downward. After the following round trip rates trom points 1U1 W O. .l.i;..Nli:it, Miclliy Oty Dealer In what seemed to me an nge had elapsed named: DIVISION. KNOXVILIE at ! to 5c. From Lexington. 12; Winchester, f 12; week a I was thrown agntnst a stump nnd ren12 37 p m Pence & Dawes bought last A You. No. 21 Train going North dered unconscious. It was several Mt. Sterling, 12; Paris, $12; Frankfort, 3 13 a in " No. 2(5 " of sheep at 3Jc and a load of hours before I regained my 12 10 a m fcouth " senses nnd f 12 75; Richmond, ilLVJo; Lancaster, (ot you rSliave and HatrctiM at No. 25 " il Order Olllee and Peed Exrliiincu near 27 J' w butcher cattle at 3 to 4c. " " No. 23 " K1.25, awl corresponding! low Harbor Simp. He Is the hllckest mid discovered a short distance away a Crossing, DeHit St., Munfonl. Kv. 0i ForalllPolnts. J. H. Illgslns' Coal Yard. Mill M.. Intel J. C. Bays sold to Farris & Whitley prospector's cabin. I could not wall:, rates from nil other Central Kentucky best barlM'f In Crab Orchard. Ky. Jan. Btaud. Satlsfnctlun (iunrnuteed. KO'JGH TICKETS SOL.U. 42 yearling steers at 22 and to Moore being badly bruised and frozen, but points Reduced rates lmvo been miwle nt tho BACOAOE CHECKED TI1KOUUU. and & Cotton, of Madison, IS heifers nt 814. after a prayer that I might die I Hotels nt Nownort News and at Old Point For any Information enquire o! George J. Ballard refused $95 each dragged myself to the cabin, where I Comlort, which ison'y a few mi es distant s seed and 100 buheU strlt)ted JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, years was attended by the prospector. My ami connected by Electric Car Service extra Poland Cliliui twar for wile. Ky. for live extra mules coming two Stanford, companion I did not see nfter the startA. W. CAKl'KXTF.Il. Mllledgovllle No oilier trip cvor offered m many sou1 old and unbroken. Winchester Demo ing of the nvnlnnche, nnd he is surelv stirring events as does this on6. People 6u barrel lloiirtug A FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. crat. Mill with Elevator, lino Koshlnnre timlntook Kentucky linve tho rare op- Darn from clc Walker lost." T C. Gullev sold to Alex of wheat and corn for mile. Mill running VIA GKOltULTOWN. Searching parties have endeavored portunity of witnessing combined Army full time and dlsosliig of entire out put at A M nine choice heifers at $21 and to Grigg r. m A. M .M. IIOPNI) TO SELL. to find Bradley's companion, but as yet and Nnvy life at the most historic spot in itatUfactory prices. The plant flioultl be Ar 12 55 2,00 Lvc. Somerset, 85 AH those Oliver Plows, Bros., of Madison, 15 at $14.50. Re the body has not been recovered. 8M " 11 31 111 Ih miIiI at a tho United States " Jet. City, seen to be "appreciated. 315 630' All tlioso Clover Seed. "oi' 460 Arr!corgetown, Lr 9 35 Think of it? The landing place of the barcalu. Ill health forces mo to quit the 300 cord. " 6 30 All thoe Seed Niwuw, Franklort, 20 1165 milling business Terms euv- Call on or o Frank McGarvcy has sold 32 road and GIRLS HORSEWHIP A PASTOR. Jamestown settlors-- the Pocohontas and All tlnisu Harnvi.s, . C VANAltSDALE. address, 5 SO Capt. John Smith incident, Cornwallis S40 Arr 1'nris 6.10 All those Steel llungivs, 10 davs They llcnent HemnrLit lip Mmle Ahum Ilustonville, Kv. saddle horses within the past "Dally except Sunday stirtcndcring his British forces, the bntt e All those good, cheap suites of rurnlturo. C. D.UEBCAW.O.P.A. n Ilnneo They tlml Attended. at an average of $S0. Harrodsburg All 'you lveople remumlwr me. of the Monitor and Merrimac, aud Inst, A dance was held the other night In hut in the same class, the launching of 1. S. CAItl'E.NTKU. Ilustonville. Democrat. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Wright county, Iowa, just over thelinc. the most powerful battleship of our Nnvy, & McElwalnc shipped to BrusBales close to tins Walnut Grove church at and it will be called 'Kentucky" -- Think Trains pass Junction City as follows: sels. Belsrium, three line saddle, and Webster City. Sunday morning llev. of It. fl M ntii - . .. ...... ...ft...... Vn Va.iIi ".!.i5o2nm No! 3 " Z.'s24am park horses, which brought them $1, X. A. Forrest, pastor of the church, As soon nt the date of launching is tot . 132pm1' . . . , No. 5 " 1131am " fi " GOOaui.-U- U " 8 20 n in took ocension in his sermon to criticise tied on, it will beghen wide publicity in No. 9 "10 sale In Chi- - severely those present at the dance, a the papers Through slcepors will run No and 2 do not stop. 0 and 10 run no further At the .Dealer In. For detail man junction .uy brought $3,400, It ended In n row. Two young ladles from Lexington. any agent, or information cago, Manager, 2:0GJ, George W. write or call on Luxon, 2:1 H, $1,000, Alzeymont, 2:14, who were in the congregation took h! Barney, I) P. A., taxlngtoii, Ky remarks personally, and when the min$1,975, aud Red Leaf. 2:lli, $1,3. o. Royal makes the food pure, ister snid no young lady with The brother of Shlpp, killed by Ho-tThe long drouth which seriously wholesome and delicious. would attend such an alTalr the threatened the farming regions of the left the church, and. going to their ton in Taylor county, charges a con1M principal valleys of California has been homes, secured riding whips, returned, spiracy, and says Uorton and others broken. The rain insures immense nnd loitered in the neighborhood. killed a peddlar in Green county sev: When church was out they assaulted en years ago. crops. Co., James Jones and Harry Wolford, the minister with the whips. I!e received several bad blows across the fare. 15 and 14, fought over the owneraged STANFORD, KY. A fur cont he wore saved his body fr-KOUNDliD 1HOC5. ship of a pistol at Dover, this State, bruises. The young Indies who mntfc Su. .Mo Tu Wo Tli Fr Su. w hen the latter was fatally cut with a the assault are I.lllle Rnrstownntl Mnry 1 o pen knife. Cunningham, tlie daughters of farm12 11 10 8 7 M. Higgin-bothaLyon & Allen sold to J. ers. The minister was prostrated and Louitjvlllo. Ky., STANroltl). KV. 6 1U 16 17 15 IB 14 at Lancaster yesterday 40 light nimble to occupy his pulpit in the even- 13 yearling steers at $23.75. They sold to ing. 26 20 AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN 2 21 23 24 21 20 W. P. Tate a few days ago live EERTHA DIDBLEE ROBDED. .so j ;;i 2 28 steers at lie. Unclortttlcor, Xlece of Mnrihnll I'lelit Loir n Trnr!. The Ladies Restaurant is the fineat in W. S. Bcazlcy bought of Sam Etnbry Tull of Coirn at St. Lottt. Absolutely Puro .Kentucky the citv. Every oonvenience for Indies fluRtonvillo, - 110 a nice bunch of shoats averaging A trunk filled with Mire Rertha TVV spending the day in the dty. Offn ultwrticw to tha s.le (HW'wI I.lHs)ti pounds af.lic. Ed Walker bought of blee's gown was ston from a St. Lou! Gentleiuu'd Cafe on ollice lloor. nl Ccy ruuntUx I ull itvck ut (VtElmoiJ yearling cattle transfer company's wagon nt Grand Swinebroad 30 forward liatitl ITHOP1AS A. MULLIGAN, MRS. U. D.SIMI'SOX, Pror . OS ROYAl PODtB CO., NtW YORK. ard Delmnr avenues. thotbcroveirip I. a. Can,iU'r. MniMKfr. at $23. Lancaster Record. Manager. Dibblee. is a niece of Mar&Iiil! : W. H. Murphy sold to Eph Godbcy, Mis .. .HIM Field, of Chicago, and was rlsltinjrMfe Music - TueadAV, l'littrdy and Sunday !$. of Casey, a Shorthorn bull calf for $30 F.nht Wear. Xo. 3Mf Waahhurton lou!A. Evening. Newly furnished; clean beds; splondMl . heifer calves at SIS. r.rd. She had just ended atJirre-- eeks' table. J Everything and two s Porters 3uruou W Ele told to W. H. Lyon threejtwo-year- mjet trains. 1 Miss Wear stny with leit here for old heifers at $40 and bought of Lyon lior Chicago Home on the nine o'eloek & Allen live calves at $20. train. Her trunk ws ro Imve gone on Ct'v, 1S98. THE There nre more gardens planted and h tame train, but the.wwgoudkl not Office utr .MoUotarli' Iru Store in tuel!Owsley more oat Gelds sowed in Barren county reach the union station. Tire thief Stanford, Kv., lliiildin?. saw the driver leave thewrigon SOCHI'S GREATEST SYSTEM. than over before at the same time In advan-tng- e go into a house, February. Thomas Rlherd, of this to of his absenceaud, taking oiler evurv thing The Illue Uruss Iii.s and the dnrkne5. Ih X351,. "W. now No Agent. county, has a lot of lambs that for Orchard, Harden. had leaped in and driven nway. The Ptrnwlterry and pfiu-rn- l PENETRATES nursery Catalogues weigh 32 pounds. Who can beat this ? wagon, minus tne trunk, was found on application to Times. EIGHT GREAT STATES later nt Blair acnuu and Mullanphy P. Goods Warranted. calf was born in Jessa- street Sunday. "I have no idea how Tjlephona 87 H. IOSiHIM.KNMEYKR. Ky. A Lexington. KentucUy. Tennessee. YlrjdnlH. Georgia. mine, but did not live. During the much the trunk and its contents were Fit Guaranteed. South Carolina. North and Alabama, .Mississippi. week Brown Cogar and R. A. Dodd worth." snld Mrs. Wear. "She had a Give Him a Call. have bought 20,000 bushels of wheat at number of lovely gowns, and luckily BLIGKE8SDERFEB TYPEWRITER i had taken tho precaution of removing Mvum 81. R. A. Dodd bought 10 mules-- . from ,(1. Umuv JOIIK II. CllTLl;Mi. OlHce on Lancaster street at Residence. her jewelry." various parties at an average of $60 JANE HADING'S JEWELS SOLD. Journal. lletween Uiulsvlllo and the South. W. W. Elliott, of Rose Hill, says he !7,0w) nml n I'enrl Dou Collnr peach LAND AND STOCK. SL TAKES A $40 A Month Salary. H. Robert fish, htoro-room urHt-el- ns anl aurisuYJiiAKi an ck co rUBLHO SALE! l-t J. "T. Jones, . i STANFORD, ,r "l2SSM 4th, NOELcSON, HhII-roa1 Word To car-loa- d Coal, Corn And Hay, , Hlulte-mor- e' 1 Bluo-CraosSo- od Boar. blue-cras- Opportunity of Your Life flriit-clas- s, up-to-d- ate ln-lan- d Trouble hi L,mi. . , - .- "T" A. C. SINE, SASH AND DOORS, FIRE INSURANCE 1 Splann-Ncwga- ss Insurance Company OPJUIOOKLYN. self-respe- ct mi POWDER BAK1NO m MARCH. I I ! Caledonian insurance of Scotland. I I m A TTTT LOUISVILLE HOTEL R.B.MAHONY.Agt., I 950-p?u- nd I J. T. SUTTORr, 1 Mason Hotel Kentucky. M n PRICE, Lancaster, 2u0-poun- d - u first-clas- H. C. RUFLEY, &2;&id, SPRING. Nui-vH- soutiiern Railway The Merchant Tailor, y Trees, Plants. Vines. Un b. PEasrire, Xtcccivinu Fall And Vintcr Goods. tan ford, Ky m two-head- ( Through Sleeping Cars lil TJETDSRTAEEE! Ami Denier HAro?:-3.S- , in SADDL3SY, KY has thoroughly examined his trees and discovered that the coining crop had not In the least been Injured up to the present time. However, Mr. Elliott Is of the opinion that the crop will be exceedingly small. Harrodsburg Sayings. Lancaster Cockt. There were 500 and 000 cattle on the market yesterday and a large number of them changed hands. Light steers were in demand and some sold as high as 5c. The ruling price for yearling and two- year-olsteers was 4 to 4c. Heifers were from 5 to lc cheaper. Butcher cattle were dull at 2 to 2Je. A few mules SsC. brought $00 to 875. There was no debe-twe- eu d Di-Ih- Necklace lioca for l?!),IMH. The society event of I'nrisv was the sale of Jane Hadinjj's jewels. Her lap dog's collar, studded with diamonds, fetched $1,000; a dg collar with superb diamond pendants was wild for $7,000, nnd a TIIKEI2 DAIL.V TRAINS Each way totweuii W. A. TURK. O. ! WashliiKton. W. Ixiulsvllleand A.. U. C. EvNliiRtou. INSURANCE COMPANY OK !l. TAYI.OE. A. O. P. A. STANFORD. mand for horses. tresses were present. Sarah Bernhardt, in an. interview, i said: "My life is wearied by the cene-les- s watch l am obliged to keep against CrAUWTHKI). vitriol." She has hen escorted everywhere, having been threatrcd by the mother of Mile. Klein, who months ao threatHow enn it he' dune11 Simplicity in ened to use vitriol, and who, at Sarah's construction unit not nciongiug to uie instance, was confined in an asvluni Tvpewriter Trut tosult In nn honest pro- x.rl necklace was aucfor $9,000. Thepaiiitingsand furniture of the popular French actress will also he sold. The principal actioned on" Louisville. Iy. LIVERPOOL. Farmers BanMTrnst Co BMBEE& CaSTLEUSL OK STANIOItU, KY. S200.000 17,603 OC SO MAN.Kil.llS, mm, mim. mam Pali up Capital, Surphz. - Oommerco JBuildiag, Loaisvillo Agents Throughout tho outh. FRiCE, S3 5. I tti THE POPULAR I wmww' 4. ! 4-- 4 P I always the cheapest. Spring water leas than corn whisky; a box of ra will buy two or three Bibles; a FaUo" of old braudy C03t3 moro tilur tt oarrci 01 uour; a iuii nuuu ui imnur nnata n 'The good things of this world are Mr ffl&wyft,Vg?aHB twVwo .1.1 mnn rnrkMr. In !tfl QllprinHd t )l II n ib,TT?tlfe',kTtfc''li'tlb,TTTjTo wrlr WTiTtlTtb "'"'''"''"""'"''Mtj; "V P w wtpwwJ J his church subscription for three years. A town election costs more than u re-vlval of religion; people sleep an hour In church free, but a nap In a Pullman costs S1.50 to 32. Bob Burdett. Owing to the increased demand for C. O.. Playing Cards, tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 decks which aro Jnow on sale at the Phamlx Hotel ticket ollice in LexingC. & O. &. Playing Cards. I? ft B i m 1 f; Dnnilellonn Iiulnee hleep. ROUTE. Some one who has tried It says that , The Ilest Unit Hand Hum ton, at 15 cents per deck, three decks if two or three dandelion leaves be for 10 cents, or Sl.tiO per dozen. These chewed before going to bed they will TOLEDOAND DETROIT cards aro 50 cent quality and will bo induce sleep, no matter how nervous or All Points In Michigan Tw.ftJ.f5 worried one may be. mm aAa Mm ttAS ' sent by mull to any address on receipt V Vy CHICAGO. of above price with four cents per deck s Westminster Shorter Catechism. "White City Special." Pertuna remitting 81.G0 s ' for postage. JtW 1 ' I L. S English Presbyterlnns, .ire celebratlieit Terminal fc'lation. Mt rlttlttjtl for ono dozen lots will have them, stent ing the two hundred and fiftieth anST. LOUIS. prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. niversary of the completion of the I ATolrtlug the Ttinrel aaa ' ' Parties contemplating euchre or whist shorter catechism by the Westminster a. 4,4. TJT jf. . - kiiank J. Frn ".VI clubs should not miss this opportunity assembly of divines. BOSTON. -- lota g G.r. A.. thlcuiro. XL.i 4. ,4 EWi to lay in a stock of fine cards at such k. ir.iiAfnv. Wagner Sleeping Can. Old Pickles. ! At WUvlIIc flfflf fU flsj s"""'immimiKiiiiiiimr1,1.4 low rules. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., A lady In IHram, Me., T has encumber 1TEW YORK. C. & O., Lexington, Ky. pickles which have been In her posses- Outlet Parlor Carn, Wntftirr Sleeping Cr, I'rlvnt sion for more than 10 years. Compartment Can, Elegutil Coaches aud Dm " Spain protests too much. Although i.Jji log Can. To Cure Ilcntlnebe. not olliciully accused, her minister und Be ture your tickets read via "1310 FOUlt " A tired or other oilicialo declare there aro no helped, if not nervous headachy can bo E.O. McCOUMIOK, WAKRKSM. LYNCH VWtlVWWWtlTW'i'i''l?S entirely cured, by gently defenses In combing the hnlr. mines or other Tralfio Mgr., Ass. (Jen. I'ass. A Tkt. Agt CINCINNATI OHIO. ttUUMUlUUI . " I :s li r side farm nt Mahawah, X. J., which was owned by the late Theodore A. Have-oyer, Is to be sold at auction, by direction of the executors, who are arranging for the partition of the estate among the heirs. The stile Is to Include the live stock, building's and appurtenances. When Mr. Havemeyer bought tho property, 10 years ago, it embraced only 300 acres; but he kept adding more laud from time to time, until now the total area is more than E. Fiiyetii! st. C.700 acres. The live stock now on the farm includes 500 registered cattle ilultiiuore, Md. and CO head of horses; and there is a dniry plant which is surpassed nowhere in the United States. m ft is said that the famous A PnniotiH I'nrm. Mountain- duct at an honest price The Hlickens-derfefor prompt is tlie Mily high grade machine at to do so, aud weotlur as a guarantee ' years' exrlliw to n our rcihounhlo cost. It is built on strictly liitfaud asllln'ralactoiuiuodjlloua as aro conslsten scientilic principles, nnd of only the best nitli sound laukiug. DIRECTOHS. and most durable material. Soniedibtinrtive fentures, visible wont, J. J. Williams. Mt.Vertwm: rreachersvlllej W. II. Cutiuuliis, interchangeable u pe, portability, durabil J. H. Jw,lc!r J. S Owsley, Sr., ity, doing awn with ribbon niiisunce, tin S. II. Shauli, William Uooth, JC"l , H J. Kmhry, varying aligutnent, unexcelled niauifold A. W. Carpenter; ing! 84 Ffpniatc eh ruder, etc., etc , J. K.l.ymi. J. N. Menvftc. Tho 15 icken derfet i the only typeornckxs. writer iecuiviii; Induct award at World's rrostdent; S. It, ()ley Cashier, Improved finee J. Fair. W. M. llrUlit Tellci Send for ciititlogiie mill testimonials .MOOHli UUOS OKN L AGTi. r -) r IJr prorldons of its darter, Iwnks. fulir nrotwtctl as are depositors In JJ stock therein the extent of the amuiiiitof ttielrto theamoiint raluo tl.oreor, Inadditlon as "sasputor. in such shares ll ...ay actas an IndlTldual. TMidffliiJoiir thank, to tl..e who hare entr... to us. wo trust tl.ey will cont nua e.1 tl.clr buiW-- ulll l.My dfi-Mil- W. A. T:RIBB.aS, 1hI AK'i't. Stanford, .ITtlf - Kentucky. '' 24 HOURS Tho Florida .St New Orleans Limited trains of the Quoon & RoutO run through to.FaukHonvilleiiiid New Orleans in 24 hours from Cincinnati. TIii'.mo fnnt tniins aro of the fluent type, luxuriously fitted, nnd running on u Croscont per-fe- - et rond-hr- d. 12-- Wasldngton, I). C. 218FHLX. V. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOIH), KY. on side throughout tlie North. An elegant Herviceof t ufo, l'arlor. aud Observation C'r on these trains. Double daily train service. Winter Touriht biw round-tri- p tickets "BIG 4 Capital Stock 8100,000. .1... the depositors are secured not only hjr the capital stocJc, by tho stockholder' liability lor an am. nri but equaltn the stock ao thatdeposltorsorthlsluslltu. tioii aro secuiu.1 ty u linul u. A0,oJl Hi. svoru statements of tho condition ol the llaiik ureuiatlt each year to the United Sinks iiuveriiiuviit nud Its assets are examined nt stated tlims l.ygo.eiuinent Surplus, S15.750 Write for !nf .rmatlon to W. C. Kinearson. Gcu'l LWrttg't. (Mnclnnati. O. Attention ot the public Is railed to the fact that Send 10 centH for flue Ait colored LithoUn-in Stanford. only National this Is the .,n,i1.lnni ot HankNational Hank Act graph of Lookout Mountain aud Chicka-mang,. a. EXPERIENCE 60 YEArtS' arnts,thus socurlognddltlonal and perl.s-- t salet. . ci) m I I ' long and honorable erallv than 4er before In ! Accounts of individuals, Udutlitlc,uruis solicited. acd iodlrlduals "ihlsTruUtiitlon originally established ai ho Do p. sit bank of Stanford lu 1S.M, then the National Hank orstanlord lu I80O undagulD r organized a tho First National Hank of Stanford lu Wi, has had practically ani.uh.teirupksl exist, years. It Is better supplied .now wit, ence for lacllltlea for transatlluK buslneKs promptly and lib. niKCCTOHS. J. W. Hnyden, Stanford S. 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