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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898030401 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. yi fvffvji.rrr tiT .ifniiufwm ftyffi'g"' """'' " T.yirTVi 7,1 'T "?" SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. HKV.CiKOROKO. HAKNBS. Y LANCASTER, GARRARD CO, MIDDLEBURG, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1898. CASEY CO, NO. 104 III I KEWS IN THEVICINA6E. Gffiloy .V Hnrion bought James Ivcrr, of Whitley, was killed hogs tit Kid. .1. M. Sliner held a meeting nt HTKl'S TAICBN KOK MIS KKMBf. A mooting of a munbor of the per- Ilto.'Ue. Poplar Grove, In which there wore IB by the cars, while drunk. Mr. Jacob Joseph, has gonu to Cin additions. Miss Kllzabcth Prewltt will handle sonal friends of Hew George O. Barnes t Nathan Hicks has routed the Itussoll the mails at Vox. Laurel county. was hold In Stun ford on March 1ft for ctnnntl to buy spring goods. Mr. T. B. g tohls frionds lfobliisou has returned from Frankfort, farm, two miles above tow?), for the Coleman Durham, aged SO, the faththe purpose of nuggo-tlner of W. T. Durham, is dead in Casey. tliroujflioiit tbo Statu a practicable whom no has been mixing with the present year Isham Lay has bean appointed postA little daughter of James Hamilton, of roUovlnirblm of the weight Solon. means Over 260 tickets huvu boon sold to on Knob Lick, died Saturday night master at Marsh Crook. Whitley counof an oppressive pocunlury burden. Tho ty. gentlemen wluwe names nro appended the old bachelor's uun volition on Friday with oplleptlu tits. Mro.T. W. Murrlll, daughter of Mr. Tho settling of a German colony at hereto wore designated by the mooting night and thn house will be packed, In a hrW address Tho boys are going about It In earnest Grove seems to have been more talk and Mrs. John Stodglll, Is dead at Dan a committee to state, than business. We hear nothing of itvillo. to the public, tho plan adopted. Mr. and. in a mirth producer and a fun now. Mrs. Eliza Norrls, aged fell, died near Is fast approaching old ago Ills vokor, It will bo a groat success, V. T. West will move the post-olllcThere was a new arrival at the homo. College Hill, Madison county, of plmlonl vigor Is much Impaired. He; Delk Saturday night in the alysls. ou Is ioor. A mortgage encumbers his to Gov. Bradley's vacant store-rooimml- - Lexington Avonue. Mrs. West will shape of a ltttlo disli washer. Mllford Perry Johnson bus been appointed Ho ' l home In Sanlbel, Phi. Whitley losing hie "bolter. Will uot as dopiity for awhile, aftur which is said to bo somewhat disappointed as postmaster at Carpenter. ncnt danger of county. woman who read or ha will tal:o young Lou It) West, a ho was expecting a piow boy ovory man and lutcl-bellcvGeorge Sims, who has just attained Ncale Dennett, of Richmond, has hears of this communication and who nuphew of his, who is bright and his majority, and Miss Clandy Hatter, been appointed stamp deputy by Coho or she hart boon In any ltgont. that .u i.,u,i.,,,.inil nr honotltod bv the cos! Mr. D. M. Lackey has an oak walk daughter of Nlch. Hatter, wore mar- llector Yerkcs. It is said that L.'iOO people have been gel ho preaches, or who is his pergonal lug cane, which was bought on the Held ried Sunday by Esq. J. A. Wall. Tho oujoyod the litem- - of Gettysburg by his son, Goodloe writer met the bridal party as we wore vaccinated in Pincvllle and many are friend, or who has Sunday in bed us a result of It. turo of hi sormons, give at least SI to Lackey. It has a heavy ball imbedded - returning from Mt. Olive UI,U-,-l and a happier looking couple vusw tJe'1, Meade's houdqunrWalter Minor and Mcrrltt Cooloy this end? It has never been our lot to see. fought at Gravel Switch, when Minor Tf .. n., thu contribution thould be tent tors. .Mr. l.aoKoy places a high otl . Rumors of mad dogs nro curronthero was stabbed and Cooloy shot through ,..,i..uiv in .1. V. Alcorn and W. G male ou it. The suit for 820,000 damaged again! at this time. A dog belonging to Mr. the brain. conWelch, Stanford, Ky., who have U. M. Edwards, of the Indian creek Sobas-lioThe Russell county grand jury resented to receive and promptly trans-mi- l the Turners, for killing Marion has buon satisfactorily adjusted section, bit McD. Jones on the hand turned 101 indictments, one for murder received. the umount p. m.McKoiikuth, K. C. WAItKKN, by compromise, so Attorney J. Mort but Mr. Jones thought nothing of It at against Tirter. who killed Redman pro-Barn- es o rd m , es , ! g, n, ' ' m -- - -- - : I JrULrJhU Come to s e us s s- - t T r-r- i i Is when everybody is thinking of the change in their Spring We carry the can assist you very much trr MOW tv s3assSH;:s --- t xv n ! drei. We I fl III X.x : 1 t'l Largest Assortment Open in Shoes. Hnts and GcnN' Furnishings are carried in thp new est stj les. : I Ul TRUNKS AND VALISES. dates next week if no new hitches. M CALDWBLL & LANIER, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. i ! 3 Giving 'BrV ( Orders aETk vtre. mm m For Ills wants and Informs liU better half to buv his Neckwear, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, T. P. UlUU M. C. S.M-Kl.K- ljoimrrrs CltAii iMtocLAMATiox tho INTKUIOU JoiTlcNAI., which goes ovorywhoro, I desire to say to tbo galwar lant ihjodIo of the South, In In looker-owith Spain, be a quiet tco. Von wero almost exterminaYen ted by your own great govornmont, aided by 7.7),000 foreign troops, in the great Uobolllon. You proclaimed to the world that you would die In the last ditch. Voit literally and practically did so. Tho South Is the nursery of bravery and can not ntTord to saorUleo any more of hor gallant rous until some cut a worthluM Invader attempts aero bur States by sixty miles swarth the tlamlng sword of war. Tho United Suites have plenty of men to vanquMi such a power as Spain. Therefore lot tho South and Southern men everywhere refrain from any participation in tho war. should there be any. It has already been said that Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana nnd Texas would furnish abundant troop for that purpose. Let them do no such thing. You, tho people of the South, are of a HiiHirlor riico, tirst in clvllUation, in culture and in courage and can not afford to sacrifice your gallant tons, only in rowlllng an invading foe POSTAINK P. BOIIUITT. ca-oof TO TMK PKOPLl! OK TMK BOtTH, Oiiciiaiiu, March 2. Through n Ala-bam- a, 1 Tho Joshua Slmpklns Company was grocted at tho opera house by one of the largest audiences seen here during tho season. Nearly the whole lower lloor was reserved. Such a rush for tickets hasn't boen observed in Durham for many a day The audience went wild over the funny pa tutorial comedy, "Joshua Slmpklns." Tho play was presented in five acts. 'Uncle Josh" was groat an J so was "Hczokiah Skinner," tho uivern keeper, and all tho rest of tho company. Undo Josh's saw mill was quite ivaHs-tiTho showing the saw In motion. musical program by the Slmpklns orchestra was exceptionally flue. '1'hu renditions were herllly encored. The xylophone solo, "Surf Polka," oaiight the audlenco, us did the descriptive fantasia of "Village Life in the Olden c, Time" Tho spei'laltle introduced the company were mtw and strictly Tho play was one of the and best introduced here this Durham, N. C. Dally Sun. Walton's Opera House March At . .. . bv e. fun-nlowit-so- st n. T. Linney, tho Danviu.K. Mr. K. postmaster, takes charge Ills brother, T. P.. Linney, and hlfon, Herbert, will be aesoolatcd with him, and tho public will not suffer tho least inconvenience by the change. Mr. Mahan has not yet made any arrangements for future business employment. Ho has made a careful, ellkMent olllcor, and leaves a splendid record to his credit. Tho chances of a well equipped Ice factory being located In Danville this Spring are very rosy. Advocate. now tlrst-clas- s, Tho total number of copies of newspapers printed throughout the world In To print one year ifl 12,000,000,001). tlieso requires 781,21(5 tons of paper, pounds, whllo It would or take tho fastest slnglo press XYA years to print a single year's edition, which would produce a stack of papers nearly f0 miles high. A liguror llnds that at the present rate of incrcaso there will be standing room only on tho earth at 1 p. M., February 27, in the year .'11 IS, just 1.2B0 years from now. Mrs. Colla Wallace, of Chicago, has paid $21,."00 for tho second largest diamond In tbo United Stataf. Seventy horsca started In tho races at New Orleans Tuesday. A Now York llrm now manufactures manufactureu. paper matches. 1,B02I-I80100- Kothwull ruports. The uases in Judge thu time, but the dog disappeared in a election day. From us. Merchant Tailors. I'nncr Socks. Stacy Adams' Klnu Shoos. All The Cincinnati Southern Is getting llurnslde's court against Junius Judeon few hours and Mack became nlarmcd good things como and Charlus Simpson were passed until und wont to Mclvlnney and had Mrs. 0,000 tons of eteel rails, and from Dudderar apply her mndstonc, which they will bo laid at once in Kentucky Saturday. There Is come opposition to the Goo-b- l adhered at once to the wound and Mack and Tennessee. Alex Pence was held at Richmond to election bill in this section, but tho Is thoroughly convlncod now that tbo KY. tho circuit court in 81,fi00 bond to andemocrata who thought that it gave too dog had hydrophobia. Coleman Durham died at tho home of swer for the killing of James Smith, of much owur to a few men and might a .', Mr. Marshall Drown, whom he wns jealous. react on tho party, will submit to It us his Judge Sulllvun. of Madi&on, refused m. a party measure and, if it becomes a near Mt. Olive Satuidny last, after an law, hope that it will operate in an illness of only a few days. Deceased liquor license to applicants seeking to I was 7. years old and had spent most of open saloons at cross road points and manner. I, Mr. J. C. Thompson started out to his life in the house where he died. Ho the wet element Is up in nrms. : . If Joshua Slmpklns doesn't have I raise a company of home guards to act, had boon a member of tho Christian I, In case Kentucky should be, invaded by church nt Mt. Olive lor Bl years and a crowd at Luwrenceburg it will not subecause the News has not boomed him. the Spaniards. He says that enough had served the church aseldder and My stock of Ladies.' Shoes yet comprises many V i to make a brigade have already olfored perintendent of tho Sunday school for It has printed over a column of matter of the Choicest Things of the Season, in W to enlist. All the preachers, lawyers, a number of years. He was much re- - about him and his company for the last ,'f.V L. doctors, merchants and every man, wtio spected by his neighbors nnd had few, several Issues. Space must be of little is worth over S2.S0, has enlisted. This if any, enemies. Uncle Coleman, as ho consequence to the editor. . says representaThe Courier-Journleaves a largo majority to bo enrolled was allectionatoly called by everybody, w 'i particular friend of tho writer tives of all classes of L. & N. employes for active servlco. Mrs. Adallne, widow of Gon. W. J. and we recall many acts of kindncts held a secret meeting at Library Hall In all the popular lasts. But they must go beLandrutn. and MUs Margaret Mason "bown us by him In days gone by. His From a significant interview secured cause from one of the delegates, It Is believed are on cho slok list, but It is hoped that bors wore ever open to us and wo ways met a cordial welcome on enter a restoration of the 10 per cent cut ib Mr. James will ,.ooii recover. HJj His children and grandchildren to be demanded, and there are hints o Naylor is very sick of pneumonia. Mr. ' K. E. McHobei'tK is confined to his bed bave the sympathy of tho entire cum-an- d trouble if the demand is refused. till sad bereavement. Af-J- . C H. Haverly, a postal clerk running Prib siilTerlng of neuralgia. Mr. T niunlty in their I'Ji That is in them and tho room they occupy. Hatcher's homo has been converted ter a short, but appropriate discourse between Cincinnati and Chattanooga ces reduced as follows: on the Cincinnati Southern, broke the Into a hospital, all four of his children t the church by Hev. Gtllum, the "" " followed by a large con- record for the United States Monday in sick, but not seriously. GrQ course of people and laid to rest in the throwing cards during a rallwuy mail In addition to the court day report i burying ground on the farm of service examination. Haverly, at one In bv tho business manager. Mr. ' sent his sou, J.J. Durham. A good mail, a sitting of six hours and 22 minutes, rrtii All $2.75 and $2.50 goods cau now be had for $2 TJ E. C. Walton, and which was publishL ed on Tuesday, I note that Mr. D. G. kind neighbor and a loving father has threw 10,205 cards. These cards rep- ' ?S and our $2 line drops to $1.50. These are not ! T. S. D. s gone to ills reward. resented all the in the Pox, of Danville, bought four horses at Suites of Kentucky, Georgia, TennestOi 81(H). StWi to goods, but brand new and y old style, helf-wor-n Business was good and the fl MT. VERNON, see and Indiana, aud shows that the viscrowd orderly Among the many :: the best the land affords. thrower has a knowledge of their loca- to our city on Monitors from Stanford im There is very little excitement her day was Mr. W. II. Dudderar, who was over the war cloud that hovers over us. tlon. Ills percentage of correct throws was M).22. welcomed by many friends who had Another surgical operation was permi Prof. J. B. Skinner, president of ' im uot fcuu him hero for many years. formed on Mr. C. L. King aud his Niv!iiTv i,u.rv--.5- 5 Hamilton Female College, died Monday iR!V-S!Sf.?The K. P. Uniform Rank of Myrtle chances for recovery aro better. of heart troublo and rheumatism, aged Division, No. 21, 1st Regiment, was There is much talk about the smallr Installed on Wednesday night by Maj. pox but no cases are reported here yet. 51) year?. He was raised in Lincoln ' R. H. Tomlltison, of thut,rog!mcnt. E. All tramps are hastened on their jour- county und graduated at the Virginia D. Dlshop is captain: L. L. Walker, 1st ney by our watchful town marshal, W. University. For several years he taught at various schools in other Lieutenant; G. II. Swlnobroad,2d Lieu- R. McClure. States, coming to Kentucky In 18SS aud tenant; Jamos Dillon, Sir Knight We have It from good authority that taking charge of Garrard College. Guard; Joe E. Robinson, Sentinel, nnd Mr. R. C. Ford, of Middlosboro, will be Next year he wont to Hamilton and has ' Dr. W. S. Httculey, Recorder. They a candidate for State treasurer again b en its president over since. Ho ranr-ric- d will attend the grand conclave nt and this time ho will go In without a Miss Julia Lonoir, who was a' next August. I understand doubt. Mr. Ford b a true r of the president of tho that this division is willlnsr to tuko part-- . a export llnaucior aud will till the n late Htieon College at Harrodsbuiv. a war with Spain, provided thoy can itoe most credluihly. She and live children survive him, beHMtl In tho Iventucky, chrUtenod with Two u.imWi oro halted hero last without, liquor. If thoro It plenty VVOok and one bent to Hotel Grltlln and sides four brothers, Including David or Skinner, of this county. Mrs. Skinner aboard when they sail. fl0m tt,ono, luwpitubly ontertalned on will preside over tho college the rest The number of bills Introduced and llie ,.ook ,,tlo, but when ho carelossly the amount of work innppod out by tho ,nUntiutiud that ho wiw just from tho of the session. Letflhlnturo rumlndci mu of the dnnu bm:in.pox region ho was quickly ROWLAND. which can bo rolled into a huge bMu(i wIth a tie ticket. Wo presume Dr. Goodrich recolved six moro val- iniiiM by tho biimll boy nnd which will ,,... ntixl visil0,i Stanford from the 1. molt away in loss time than it took to J's. account of Marshal Rowland s re- entities tho other day. Harve Watts has killed three hogs roll It together. If Gov. Bradley's veto ception of two of their unfortunate tills week, but thoy woro 'all ground ax holds iu sdgo, thoro will be few laws Chios. loft as a monument to tho memory ofj Six of tho pupils of Mrs. Nesbltt'sJ hogs. W. M. that intelligent body. Thoy had belter school will participate In a silver mod- Hon and Sprinkles is back from Ma. hasn't forgotten how to proaoh This makes abolishing tho veto power, al contest this nvoning. pass a law if ho has been down in the brush. except whom proposed laws aro uncon- the tenth silver medal contest that Some of tho boys who started to Ilstitutional and cm not be enforced. Mr. Nesbltt has conducted in this a year. Tho sec linois to live, got back almost before I Tho veto H)wer is ospeoially dangerous county within about whom a party mea&uro, contrary to tho ond gold medal contest will follow soon could get their departure written in Have the moit upprovod If all worked as .earnestly for tern- - my note boolc. views of tho executive, is proposed as Harvey Watts spent four hours in a law. perance and tho up building of charae-- J sawing a treo down In which his dog young as the ladies of John Brown, a tonanton W. S. Gal- tor among tho a coon thcV. C. T. U., this county would ' had treed one. and then found bt.t lon's plantation near Livingston, Ala. sellUh ambl - one little paradise. Tho locked his tlvo children in tho houto soon bo a Frank Parsons and James Munday tlon and avarice of man throw obstaclo and with his wife went to church. And Hes-- t Lino of Perfumes. Soups and Toilet Articles ou tbo Market. seem insurmountable at times in will leave Friday night for Key that Wlion thoy returned tho houso was in Hm hut wo ever remember that west, tworiua, wnoro ttoy wero o.v asiios aim itvo cnarrcu corpses wore " pectlng to oecorae big gunners. They rp God omnipotent relgneth found In tho debris. very ill. havo declared war and we know now Mrs. C. L. Ivln has been Frederick Busso, of Kvansville, Ind., Mr. Win. Nowcomb has takon a part- Micro will bo a tight soon. aged 00, is yot an export cigar maker. Tom Hall left Saturday for Illinois. Cd's. rock quarry. In King Ho claims to havo made over f),000,0o0 nership . Young Mr. John Colycr is qulto ill This makes nine in ono week from this during the 70 voars ho lias worked at placo. AIL of thorn woro headed for 1111 X with fever The portrait of Judge Morthat trade. row that ornaments tho court room is Illinois, but eight out of nino will bo j A statistician tells us thut tho queen likeness or our worthy bnok iwforo you go to press Monday ' of Kngland rolgna over ono continent, an excellent champion of justice. Mr. Hugh Miller night. 100 peninsulas, COO promontories, 1,000 is tho happy. father of a now daughter, J. lXD. Secretary Long has mado a stato- lakes, 2,000 rivers and 10,000 islands. Morrow Miss Fannie Sparks raont oxpresslvo of his personal belief 020 duels In Jennie Last year thoro woro Monday. up Italy and ono man was killed. It must camo Arthur Scott will visit relatives that all possibility of olllclal Spanish'' Mrs. ho getting a morions matter to light a in Alabama soon. Mr. w. a. sorrow participation in tho disaster to tho gtore and wo will explain huw you can obtnii one of treso I)atcis freo rr iittuiuied court he re. Misses Mattio Maino has been eliminated from tfce aji at duel In that country. and Lenn Nowcomb and Mrs. Georgio situation. Ho also saysthere will bo hnri,0 qn1Q roast is revolved ihroigh tho ju'ees while cooking. A Spanish inventor produces from oiifir0i.. Miss irrlo Lair last week. Tt ' grasbhoppors a fatty substance which t kn visitediMarttn was xn town oaiur no war. . rv 11. men escnpcu 'rom mo jail at. Is declared to make the finest soup yot, (iuv Mr. John Mul'lns, of Llvingstou, "&ix The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., DANVILLE, Mn-In-l- 1 I CHEAP SHOES. & 1 j , al nl-ih- i f I I HANOTURNS ENGLISH I WALKING SHOES, 1 j I 1 NEED THE MONEY 1 Rt 8B.SQ. 1 ' re-bei- I! i I -- BII $3.BQ S $3 QQQdS post-ollice- I H. ! J. McROBERTS. ii!!iNi4! 1 ) grand-daughte- of-I- ! D,l ! fur-sno- w j J Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig cker j i at I FACE rFli LOTIONS, ' - Cylinder Basting and ail.. C 2ls ii M YOll Can SaV0 jOull ,y 1 froni'-Livlngst- and TrOllDl. t a Mi-s- was nere rcccnuy. I .wfa..v.w. MARK HARDIN. f ' ,,MaJiilfoaai.K ja iu -- ,. - to i. . yjpi BCSS5SH5S55Hijy!55 c THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., - Mar. 4. 1898 W. P. WALTON. r '! M'. eral reasons, the main being that it confers judicial power on tho coramis slouera and gives them the power to de. prlvc persons of property rights without due process of law. It is said that the bill will be passed over the veto, but it is hoped that the governor's strong arguments against It will bring some of tho legislators to their senses. The second veto was that of the prison bill, which he claims is unconstitutional because it makes the legislative invade the executive department, besides opens tho way to pernicious partisan hip. The present management of tho. prisons is such that any change would be an improvement and for this reason the bill has many friends, who should like to see it become a law. inlltctcd on the Negro they hung for stealing. Tho first time he was strung up they failed to tie his hands and ho caught the rope ns ho dropped. Half choked ho begged for mercy and water and was finally cut down. The brutes then tied his hands, but did not do it securely and the result of the next effort to kill him was as before. Weak and fainting from the terrible torture, he was a third time drawn up and al lowed to slowly choke to death. The Mirror says the mob was composed of irresponsible boys and green countrymen, which would Indicate that the identity of some of the number is known, and on them the severest punishment should be meted. There was no excuse for the murder. The Negro was in jail and likely to receive a full torials without credit, thereby showing sentence, so tho act was purely to grat. that It appreciates and approves our ify a cowardly thirst for blood, and to work If It docs not know our name. vent a cruel desire. This is the second WEaro frequently asked why the lynching in Mayfield in a few months, Maine was sent to Havana, but as Presbesides other exhibitions of lawlessident McKlnley and perhaps God Alness, the which if not checked, will mighty only knew, we have to remain make the place a hiss and a silent. for everything opposed to law and order. The'cltizens owe it to themselves Mr. Wattkrson goes after Urey to assist tho courts in ferreting out the Woodson In yesterday's Courier-Journfiends and seeing that they arc punishin a way he must despise. ed to the full extent. McKiNLKYhas been in a year toGov. Bradley is wielding his veto day. Are you any better off for having ax with vigor and effectiveness. What voted for him V he did to the iniquitous McChord bill, authorizing tho railroad commissioners THE LEGISLATURE. to fix rates, was a plenty. lie shows The Orr leaf tobacco bill was klllod that the bill is unconstitutional for sevby-wo- rd al The local papers tell of tho'horrtble torture that the fiendish Mayfield mob TllEUK now seems no doubt that the Maine was blown up by a lloatlng submarine mine, fired from the shore, divers all testifying that tho hull was blown Inward instead of outward as it would have been had tho explosion been from within as the Spanish claim. Opinions agree, not only as to the existence of mines in tho harbor, but also that this one was laid purposely near the buoy, whero foreign war vessels were directed to moor, and was Lfired from an electric battery on shore. It is believed barely possible that tho explosion of the mine was tho result of the carelessness or ignoranco of Spanish otlicors in charge of tho mine station keys when testing the circuit, but the latter supposition is not felt to bo probable. In any event Spain is likely to be held responsible and in case of war it is said that she can not rely on tho assistance of any other Luropcan nowcr. The American war ships are being concentrated so as to bo nble to strike effectively if war alone must wipe out the dastardly outrage. Frank Jnmoj. the famous is lying dangerously 111 in St. Louis. Sam Clark, auctioneer for a Mayfield tobacco warehouse, shot and fatally wounded Steve Carney, president of tho same company. Tho fhooting occurred in the storago wnrehouse and window. Six people were killed by tho explo- tho weapon was tired without being sion of tho boiler of a dummy engine taken from tho pocket. Tho gtoss cnrnlngs of the Pennsylva near Brcwton, Ala. commander nia railroad wcro 8123,U7S,0!)U.Sti; opGen. W. F. Taliaferro, of tho Virginia troops during the John erating nxponses, $S7,0U,031.S1, and In earnnet earnings, $40,5.'J7,05.'I.O."i. Brown raid, is dead. Joseph Lawrence, L. & N. yard fore- ing this there were lnU;."lo,l)50 tons of man at Decatur. Ala., was run over by freight moved and tW,S4S,Ul7 passen gers curried during the year. an ongino and killed. suicide at K. F. Walker committed of Indlannpolis becauso his propo-ui- l marriage was rejected. Tho Fayotto fiscal court adopted plans for the reconstruction of the court- HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & house, that Is to cost $150,000. SURGEON, A mother with her bubo in her arms - jumped into tho river at Benton HarOfllce over Hlgglns .V MrKliiiieyN Store, bor, Mich., and both were drowned. A beautiful young woman, Miss Alice White, of Covington, was arrested for stealing Col. Crigler's $2,500 diamond. Guns. C:pper Still and Flsturc:. The Winchester Democrat makes Mary Bldwell, the white girl who amends for printing our patromymic ran away with a Negro, has been reIncorrectly, by appropriating our edi- turned to her home at New Madrid, I will tell nt public auction to the highlit bidder Frank McGulrc, of Akron, O., had $85 in paper money eaten by hlapotdog. John Abersfoller wa robbed of $500 and murdered in his room at Newport. Win. A. Dodson, of Chicago, hurled hhnsolf to death from u third story lt, A FRIENDS ADVICE. And what it led to. It I not a common occurence that n friendly word should he the menu o( giving nearly forty yenm ol happiness nutl health to (he person heeding the ndvlce It carried. This was the ense with Mary she was drngKi"? I.lncnrd. At twenty-fivout her days in misery. At sixty-oushe finds herself so active and strong she can do work that would shnmc many n younger woman, and looks back on thlrty-slhappy, healthful years of luduslry. Hut let her tell her storyt "Thlrty-slyears ago I had great trouble with my liver. The doctors allowed that there were tumors growing on It, and they blistered my side in au effort to give me relief. I was nt that time earning my living ns n tnlloress, but for five years, between the pain in my side nnd the blisters I was in constant misery, nnd work was n drag to me, with no prospect of relief: fortunately for me. however, a friend advised me to take Dr. Aycr's finally persuaded me lolnkc a regular course ol it. When t first com. menced taking the Sarsapnrllla mv side was so painful that I could not fnMc'ti my dress, nnd for n time I did not gel any relief, but my friend advised me to persevere nnd tcllcf was sure to conic, nnd come It did. ThW happened, as I sav. thirty-siyears ago. My liver has never troubled mc since, nnd ring these years I have passed through the mini critical period of a woman's life withut any par today nt slaty-on- ... tictilnr i trouble,.. ... t ....i ........ ...r.to do....day's nnd .!.. I hut would up.ct i n work able e x x DR. R. M. PH9LPS, Stanford, Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE I K, on e Itver since my recovery I have taken a couple of bottles of Dr. Aycr's Knrsnparlltn each spring, and am nunc sniisncii wini i owe my goon health to this treatment. I give this test!. tufuiial purely in the .hope that it nitty meet the eye of some poor sufferer." Mauv Linoaku, Woodstock, Ont. Dr. Aycr's Sarsnparllln has won its wny to every cornet of the world by the prale of its friends; thssc who hnvc tried it and vho kuow they were cured by the use of ic remedy. There is nothing so strong all is this personal testimony. It throws and theories nnd fancies to the winds upon the rock of experistands solidly ence challenging every skeptic wiih a. positive "I know." Aer's bnriaparilla with its purilying and vitalizing action on the blood is a tadlcnl remedy for evety form of disease that begins In tainted or impure blood. Hence tiimdrs, sores, ulcers, bolls, eruptions and similar diseases yield promptly to this medicine. Home cases are more stubborn than others, but persistence with Dr. Aycr's Hnrsspa-Ti- l la tnunlly results in n complete cure. Mnry Mngard began with n bottle, and of uenton ton coursewas Dr. Aycr's Barsnpa-r- f 11a. When she cured she realised that n medicine that could cure disease could also prevent it. 80 she took a couple of bottles each spring nud kept in perfect health. There are in ousands of similar Borne of these are cases on record gathered into Dr. AVer's Curcbook.n little inn in-- n vnntieer woman. I. C iur Co., Lowell, Mass of loo pages which Is sent free by the Write for it. Mo. in Stanford, The powder works at Santa Cruz, Cal., are busy night and day turning At I o'clock, p. M., one out smokeless powder for the govern- bolrolon llultalo creek, ment. one .licall'ier Monday, March 14 1898, Owsley WinchrMer Ilitle. Hlnplo Ilarrel JStiot I the Senate. The House passed a bill to make rail- roads let the postal telegraph place poles along their line A mass meeting of democrats and populists indorsed the Gocbel elections measure at Hopkinsville. A mass meeting at Owenton denounced the force bill and approved Representative Orr's course by a vote of 500 In 4. to ,. tion. .1.2 ml. TT .me uousu ........a1 Ginntr. iu..s ' iiusouu otuuiui lil from the Sth disbill to cut Jackson trict and put It Into tho 11th by a vote Senator Bronston tried to have his vetoed prisons bill acted upon at once, but falling, had It made a special order for Saturday. The proposed constitutional amend mentto require tho payment 01 pou miv liofnr. votinp failed to receive a of 00 tion to annronrlate 310.000 for a tueky exhibit at the Omaha. Exposi- senator uocue.1 ,- -. ... ! 1 .1 .. .. Ton 1.. ! to 2.J. We are in receipt of the Southern Journal of Osteopathy, published by the Infirmary at Franklin, for that particular method of treating diseases, which Is both handsome and interest-ins- : i A terrific burrlcanosvvoptovor South Australia. Sixteen men wore swept overboard from the French bark,Faure and the French gunboat, Loyalty, was Fork, Harlan imintv. Ky., by J. W. Culver, lim An old Indian doctor and a little girl IK'i'titv CoIltTtor, ami one lojiixr Still Worm and CapseUcil by J. M Carter, l. C , near O K.. Linwho kopt house for him were found coln Co.. Ky. mut hasbevn forfeited to the t'niled l Sec. hanging from two trees near Morgan-to- states ami will he sold the providedStntrs. 3 Ifal of L'nltvil tbo rctrvd Statutes of N. C. J.M. CAISTKIl. Eighteen national banks in Chicago Moreland, Men I, "J. Pep. Col Mh Col. Iit Ky show since Decembor 111 a gain In deCONDITION' OK T1IK and a gain In loans posits of FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO , of $13,2:W.OOO. Edward Evans, a burglar at Portland, ill- sTAM'tllSD, KY, O., who was being pursued, sought At tho clwrc of IbwInrM Feb. 1.1, 1MH. refuge in an old gas house and was MiSOlHlCKS. asphyxiated. ; Note and Rills. James Hagerman died of brain troub- Other ami liW 8,18 41 le at Owensboro Monday, making throe Overdrafts.... .. ..... II,tS M of the family to die of that trouble IhmfrWNitkiHUl Hanks ( Hanking htHfci and lU.. ............... within a week. MM ( Furniture ami M ( It has been a delightfully pleasant Co rout Kxoiivs .... ..... . W.liM M winter in Alaska, the thermomutur C!i havlnir roglsterod no lower than 00 detsVl U grees below zero so far. LlAUtLITlKS: 00 Tho cruiser Montgomery and tho .. I,t8.t it !tirii Fund .......-....- .. gunboat Nashville have been selected IncllrVlual I)oivll............ ... .. ii,S W to carry supplies to tho suffering re Utxltvlded I'TOflm. i,m us . I.1.S87 M Due to tanks... eoncentrados In Cuba. This country Is soon to ontortain a Sa&Mi t roval visitor. Prince Albert, heir up- J. II. OtfftiKY, Casksrr. Parent t0 thc Bo,glan lhrono' ,a,linB utyrileil and swhth to More mo by J II. Ows lay Kit) ind day of M.cth, the seas over towards us. W.M. IlltmilT, Nutary Fablir. Circuit court at Hopkinsville, which ,16. boyun Monday, was oponed with pray REPOKT OP THE CONDITION is the most important er. The docket In years, contalnlnpsix notable murdor THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, eases. AT STANFORD n, $20,-JT,00- county, Ky , ami Mred on I'lowr (Jim. ThatJIaine Affair Is similar lo your own unlets you continue t ) 6tny in your own harbor Pont lirnuch out but stick to us, we will pilot you thtoigli snfo and wo c.tn cave yuti from total destruction. To provo this wo will Give You A Pointer ! 1 sts l,l Our buyers are on tho market from one olid of the yw to the otlior. therefore It is plain tobo 8i?on how wo on alYortl to oll you kwm!s dumper tlinu the nmn who buys only ns per seasons. We are mnkiiig n jxclnl 1 ..... ,! Reduction on all Winter Stoc t, In ..,& 1 crdir to niiikf loom for our daily iitij? nrr;nN JUSTLOOKATTHESEPRICES Ami bear in mind tlioy only represent a veir nmnll por cunt of our big ledurtlon of rice. Fruit of the lootn and Ionttlnlu Cotton nt Uc, ClovorhleecliwI Cotton nt Cc yard, jood apron gingham, 3 Jr. nlcts cotton plaid tire good Tk:. worth ltV. nil wwl cn.Hsjituoru II in. wide l'3r, worth KV, tigurwl blnck tlrjw goods l.V, worth 3' c, Silkn lino drupory only 8Jc, Clink's O N. T thread nt 2e h hhhiI. linon cnw.li only Ac jnir ynnl, (Jc nnnton llnnnel at per yard, Iwl sprends onlv 51'r, Inditts gmln wm 7Xc Mi.Mjs ealf nnd pohble shfs. flc, Infants shoot --Or, Men's htjavy work fhoM 8!h, I.n ' tins' dongoln pat. tip button shotts only Jy'ic. Lathes' Full Finished )r 1, Kklrls " !. le In the State of Kentucky, at the close sf buiineit Fell. IS SS. RESOURCES. f Itf.sTI A? Loans and discounts l.(M W Overdrafts, secured anil unMCiirett U. S Bonds to secure Circulation JHO Stacks, securities, etc Uankins-houtt0 furniture and fixtHras.. owned 17". Ul Other real eatato and mottga Due from National Hanks, net He- - 3 Papers Assorted-Hai- r Fins For 10 Cts.' I'iitM sunk. . 1 t,ll 1ft ttro Agents, A pnir of (tcnuinu Steel Sciw irs at '.Ht per pilr. I.iltt After being mastor commissioner of Due from State Hank and Hankers tft.MH M from approved reserve aeuts. Breckinridge county for 10 years, V. Due Ml 57 Checks aRd other cash ltem.... G. Babbage, of the News, has btopped Notes of other Nat. Ihnk.. 7M 00 down and out to mako room for another Krnctmnsl wpr currency, nlf kei and ftll ............... coats appointee Men's Whltu UnlAtitulered iililrlH nt Viu Hetncinhor our line of 11,1 rt T . Price, secretary and man Specie. Edward L. I, Ml WJ IT 177 7 Le,ral tcniler Botes ......- ager of tho Lexington Ico Companv, Redemption fund with U. S. Trcsumror 11 committed suicide by shooting himself 'i,?& l) jpvrcent. of eircu'attsn In tho forehead. He was despondent ittojm an ...-. .,. over Total LlAUILrill-SCarpet I'njser. Oil C oth. Ktc ?1(V),( H Mrs. Kate Thompson, of Louisville, Capital stuck ... ) M,sV m.. found her diamonds, valued ul 31,500 In Snrjiluifunil.. and profits, A careless servant had Undivided paid: Ic.s cspebto an ash barrel. ... il.'XHB IS THE taxes them In the fire. They wore National ilunk Notes outstandiai; thrown l.l w Due to other National Uauks damaged to the extent of 3."00. T. I). HANKY, Mntmger t.ui4 Sallie Rankin cut tho throat of an- Due lo State Hanks and Bankers. ........ .... 1H.(W a M Individual deposits subject to checL. other Negress, Ella Watklns, at Win- Notts and Mil" rnltM.'oMiited limnch Btortfe nt Parit, Carlisle-- , Mt Stirling, IinrtlMown, Lawrencoburg, f.'ynthi. instantly, and was Liabilit.cs other tnati these above tated Ttt l nnn,Vtr8nillcM, Kinincncc, (loor;utown, Klixnliuthtowu. Frankfort. Mnuekpnrt, Intl. chester, killing her held without ball. They had thc same Total VI , 'lover and jealousy caused the act. t STA1K OF KKNTUCKV, We nre ngiiii j Count) of Lincoln, All the ba.e ball magnates .signed an 1, John J McKoberts, cashier of aUivc turned agreement to discipline any manager Dink, do solemnly swear that the above state the best of my knowledge and Ut ment or player who even questioned or ob- - lief. is true toJOHN j McKOIIKRTis Cashier jcctcti to an umpire's decision, wheth Subscribed and sworn to before me this nl day w. at. null. ii i. r. l.. u ol Mcli . isv. or wrong, er jt was J. S. Hockkk, Charles N. Staton, of Wcllsburg, J. W. 1UYIIKN, I Uirectnts V. 1'. W.1LTO.N. this State, remarked to several companions with whom ho was drinking, N.o J917. HEPORT OB" THE CONDITION thai ho would never drink with them Anil solicit your patronage upon the h.tsis ol fair, honest good and again, and going to his shop ho shot ow prices for ihe t good 4 E THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILL himself to death. em svssi skss AT HUSTONVILLE. railway of Bowling Green Thc street was sold by the master commissioner. In the State of Kentucky, at tho cloe of business Kcb. IS, iWi It was bought for S2:l,:io0 by the fidelOf Drugs and .Stationery and Toilet ArtlrltN. ity Safety Vault & Trust Co., of LouisRESOUHCES POINTS. POLITICAL $ te.tfll M There is a Pigg in Madison county j ville, which had a mortgage lien of al Loans and discounts IW I'J Overdrafts, secured and unsecured that can never be called a hog, If out- j amount. By a vote of ."0 to lt admission into most twice that 12,M m side appearances go for anything. Ho Altman, who robbed Chas. U. S. lionds to secure circulation Louis II. l.omJ M Corbett, who Banking House, turnlturo and fixtures. aus prcsumcu tae county wiiu ins eu- - i tho Senate was1. .adenied Rosenheim & Co., of about 8:10,000 Hue Irom National Hanks, tiot Re.. .! uv- 4l... nntoinniol t9 sOff'io. Ml(i Ku..... tiro turnpike, which Is clever even if wlls " 05 serve Agents while acting as the firm's WK HA dm; onlv 6,710 ill by bO doing he get? au elephant oil his (" Co's. cot pleaded guilty, expecting to bo let off Duolrom Slate Hanks and llsnkcrs The Boston Manufacturing 10,017 II agents Due from approve"! reserve hands. The Pigg'd nurae is W. W. and ton mlllb ut Waltham, Mass., have cut with three yeard In the penitentiary, Checks and other cash Items tt I'J we gladly assist in helping send it Instead. i 110 00 Notes of other Nationsl Hants tho wages of Its 1,500 employes 10 per but got seven years echoing down the corridors of time. D-Hi- DE The resolutions against tho use of ob- Fractional paper currency, nickels and cent. Hurrah for prosperity ! "' '"" cents.'. scene laneuago and other disgraceful It is said that Deboe's latest scheme Sam JONES ha withdrawn from the j tQ huvo tho Lexln,,lon ,)0stolIice glv actions upon tho base ball Held were Lawful Money Reserve In Hank, yu H.7 M ,'uoernatoriai race in ueorgia, leaving i Oil .tO ICBIIU UIUU.1, tU adopted at tho meeting of Specie r ...... K. UIU ain Redemption fund with U. S. Trtsisurer uiia.ii. ,.,mn unanimously the public to wonder if it is so' soon cy to Major Card well and leavo Klkin tho bao ball mugnates at St. Louis. Mt V J per cent, of circulation- done for, what was It begun for. Most Tho new rules will have a tendency to Total ....$111,11 40 likely it was for advertising, of which out. LIAIIII.I IIES. "corrupt practice law" purify the National game. Tho JSO.ISs) no Capital stock paid in Samuel Is very fond. Made at utir stole by Jo . Ilomlreii. Call and leave your oritur. was sustained by the Ohio supreme . W.UW Surplus fund MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL Undivided profits, leas epenss ano court. Tho law limits tbo amount of Dk. Maky Walkeu has made apI "'"'" ' taxes paid public Charles M. Lowe killed his wife and plication in due form ut Washington money which candidates for Hi,!Oit til becauso National Hank notes outstanding may spend to secure election. then himself ut New Orleans, to join tho Daughters of the RevoluHue to other National Hanks. t.fit J7 she walked with another man. Due to Mate limits and baokrri tion, but there are doubts as to her NOTATION. BRIEF NEWS Louis Coldlron und Muhala Martin, I'iiiiiI to pay taxes eligibility. Some people think she is t suhject to chfck V.tW 01 small-po- x have develop- of Leslie county, eloped to Plnevillo, Individual deposits Two cabes of a man. $111. ISI 10 only to lind when near tho c.lty, that it Total ed at Lexington. V. Ilockcr, ittsblcr of the above named I. THE effort to make the McChord railIs In encamp- was under such strict quarantine regtu Haijk,J.ilo solemnly swear that the ubovo statemcut TI10 Second .Vision of tin- 1'ollcglnto Yiar, le!)7-The Georgia G. A. IJ. n tipoit behel. road bill u party measure is ridiculous. ment at A tl until. latlon that a postponement of the cere- is true to the best of my knowledge andCashier. IV. Hockihi, J. 2-5tlIt is just such foolish attempts that Cocatne parties aro fashionable In mony was advisable. They decided to Subscribed and sworn to belore me this tut, should not let u llttlo day ol Mch., '97 Urn. W. llu.N.v, N. V. L. C, bring caucuses into disrepute and leave some localities In Louisville. wait, but they New pupils uiitnrlng at that ilmo will ilo rcciilvctl Into tho ilitssos. For full liifortimtlon small-po- x Howard .Vi.rou.v, Interfeio with cnll on or write to .Slits. S.turi.KV ut Iho College or wrllo for euiuUiguo. democrats to do as they please In the Kid McCoy and Joe ChoynskI will thing like V Directors. T. J. liiililVMi.N, Q ho. U C.UI'K.N rKlt. j matrimony premises. WILLIAM SHRLTON, I'iiushibnt. tight at Hot Springs, Ark., April 20. .- -.. to those who wish to know more of ii...l,fr). cntn In f.hn SnnntC. O t mO the new method of cure, without drug reconslder wlu adopted. or knife. It is done by scientific man When the motion was made to Uike ipulaiion and as such men as up the McChord bill veto, Gov. Worth Goodnight and others as ington decided It out of order and his prominent testily to wonucnui cures doc,8on WM 8Ustalned 10 to 1, which is . . oy h, .nero must, ue tea. KUUU , nt9 of tho bU1. j fop lhQ Q under-- , The founders want t distinctly KerPyinttnder of the 3rd Congres- Uh stood that Osteopathy is rielther make8 it reliably demo, slonal cure, hypnotism, animal magnetism yen ,f Uuntcr ttnd hls methods lt, nor massage. It w simply manipulation Ued TnQ governor may veto the .,,,,, by men who know the human system.,... ........ u now in and how to remove the obstruction !Miands.UUMVlV.ll causing the trouble. A large majority of our people who ' have read the Goebel election law are The war department has decided to few are for It, Including abandon the Alaska relief expedition, UL'ttlnst It. A E. Carson, who ni riiliiIW ' County Chairman J IIJLMIUIIWIU OUIlJlli;3t Inll lt1 tl I- ItiilUUVt) UI1U ttin mitinlliVJ objection to it, e x- B8 no aro to be disposed of. As a ship load "'a h " of tho latter have just arrived, 537 in llnnnr men received a DlaCK Ci'C Norway, now is a chance number, from . tnn n .. .l.lnA.. ..n.... ' fil. at Frankfort when, the Rouse refused, to take the Local by a vote, of 4 , want might also be tilled in the pur- the hands of the l1111"1 Bill out " chase of reindeer harness, of which 500 religion and Morals, sots aro to be sold. Don t everybody Committee on ,,,,, , is composed largely of preachers. : which I That Kentucky statesman who wants necessity for such a radical tQ have tho name of Carlisle county The measure aS' tho Gocbel election bill changed to William Jennings Bryan does not seems to e??lst. even If prlncl- - county, should not forget that there pie were left out of consideration. The are great Kentuckians worthy to be republican Is a minority party in this pjt upon the map. There ought to be State and will always be. If democrats a Joe Blackburn county, a Hez Lung oy partisan zeal do not drive oon&erva- - county, a Jack Chlnn county and u ' tlvo men from them with meusures that Squlnch Curd county. As for P. Wat ' over-rid- e tho principles that they huve Hardin, his name ought to be given to always loved tho democratic party for. tho State. New York Sun. f ueorgc w. rem?, inventorof tho groat wheel at tho World's Fair, are held at a crematory ...v remains 01 W Si'vcn PajHTt of for 10 Contf e, in Pittsburg for unpaid penses. funoral ex jt B,i 33 INCH BED TICKING AT QC. 77 Mens' Negligee Shirts at 35 Cts. I .. Carpets And Mattings, -.- h. . I ..- MDUKHVKJLKJK gTOMUfi. ats-- 1 , T' A to-0- -- rtH. .- I Open hi-s- for Busioas e ' JL Jb r' UJLJL IN STOC m -- I . llnju J - - PENNY'S DRUG STORE. book-keepe- r, HAS ,- -, 0- H&MESS, A Gat-Hel- d of-llc- es B. K. WEAR EN & SOV. 111 Ta-mjLSixs- . . Stanford Female College. On 3ond.a3r, r x, 1898. ") THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Landkuth'S seeds in paper and bulk. Now and fresh. W. B. McRoberts. Havk your clothes cleaned, altered 'and repaired by Middleton & Co., un I I V'A'A&'A&'jm&A'A'&AAMA J ' r I Foil sale at about half price, a Web- UUl IIIU UUt ster Unabridged Dictionary. Apply at It only costs 25 cents to be vaccina' Mak. 4. 189S this olllce. Stanford, Kv., ted In Danville, while our doctors chnrgo 81. That's what our people get U. A; D. For drunken and disorderly K. C. Walton, Business M.NAor.it. conduct, Woodson Upthegrovc and Joe by the doctors' trust. iii Leavell, the former white and tho lat Mad Dog Bitk. Doc Padgett, of Tin: bet phynlclnn can't euro you If ter eolorod, caught a line of $5 each In tho Klngsville section, was bitten by a you do not follow hit directions'. Get Judge Canon's court Tuesday. dog which has since provon to be mad tho best medicines too. That Is tho and he Is very naturally scared about only kind we furnish. Penny's Brug Foil Sam: Chi:ai An engine and Ho had Mrs. Anno Duddcrar. of Store. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm power, stationary. AIho it. holler, McKInney, to apply her famous one sot of French burhs, :tO Inch botpersohalTnd societYgossip. but It did not adhere. The dog tom runners, manufactured by Nordlko sovoral other dogs which have gone bit .1 . W . A Mm.miin T. PllYOJt CAMDK.vf, ot lowland, has '.Wl IMV.M W J .f.JlS., ....IKm.lt. . mad and tho neighborhood Is considerboy. membors of tho C. W. B. M. ably worked un. A war on dots will Tub Mlts. D. P. Ham. wont to Louisville are requested to meet at the Christian likely be tho result. Ginghams, India Linens, Tuesday to visit friends. church at '2:'M Sunday afternoon, the Kt.ui.tt, of Parksvlllcis Mrs. Sallle I. Nevlus, MlSS Lizzik Sad Duatii. same hour of tho Mission Band meet h E. Nevlus, of whose illvisiting Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. wife of lug. It is important that each member ness of peritonitis, we told In our lust L. Pllir. Nunnkllky, of the West bo present. Issue, died while it was being printed, lfind, has nono to Montana prospecting. Mlt. J. S. Bl.KPSOK has boon sick for FlN I) l no that there is no money in aged 25, leaving two little children, one Lnces, Ac , now in Also tiuvoral weeks, but is convalescing. tho business, John Truylor, tho distil- but 12 days old. Sho was a daughter of MAUY Kl.lCiM left Wednesday ler, has decided to sell no more whisky Mr. and Mrs. Alex Truylor and a little Ml8S to visit In Loxington and Mt. Sterling. except at wholesale. His license, ho over two years ago, became the wife of V JUDOnll. G. Wll.UAM8.of Mt. Vor says, costs him over 3100 and ho hardly tho mac, who feels her loss as no other can. Mrs. Nevlus was a woman of non, wa hero between trains Tuesday. over sells over 10 barrels a year. e splendid physique and being tho L. B. Givkns, of Hurrodsburg, visitJ list received. Come in everybody and see these goods. I). A. Bauoii. tho McKInney real Glvcns, this long life seemed to of health, a ed his mother, Mrs. Sowoll estate man, sold for Bowman Smith his await her, but death has claimed her week. Mlts. LUTIlKU GlliHS and Mies Mary house and lot In McKlnnoy to Mrs. In the hey day of youth and taken her Walker, of Garrard, aro with Mrs. J. Nettle Humphrey, of Casey, for $700. when she had more than ever to live m Mr. Smith will leave McKInney, but for. Sho was a member of tho ChrlsJ C. Hays. Mlts. Bit. W. B. O'BANNON went up he is undecided where he will go. Man church for more than 10 years and for to Brodhond yesterday to visit her GOOD Start. Prof. K. L. Grubbs' death did not find her unprepared m brothers. change. The funeral was held at private school at tho public school the Mlts. W. P. GltlMKS Is not doing at Tuesday afternoon, building openod with 31 pupils, which tho Goshen church all well since tho arrival of her littles with sorvleos by Rev. J. B. Crouch, of number has boon considerably augdaughter. u)tlst church, and then the young mented oach day since. Tho professor the B Miss Fkanchs Adams, of Huston-vlll- is assisted by Miss Annio McKInney. wlf and mother was hid forever from sKnt several days with Mrs. J. mft'iul sight. In the presence of many M. Alvorson. W. Jambs glvos notice that he borrowing frlonds. J. w&mfjWimw-fimzmfwMiss .Maooiu Lxwih, who Is teach- will apply to tho county court to ohango ClItCCIT COUIlT. The trial of Ben ing music ut Crab Orchard, wont homo his liquor license frnmxCrut Orchard Kennedy for shooting Jos. II. White, ri lek WodnoMlay. to his distillery ai d F. L. Wallln, of I DKSllti: to thank from the bottom iVi Mlts. W. S. CllNTKK.Of Dan- - the same town, untitles tho public that which was on when wo wont to press Mlt. and Pl.t of a fine of a gruteful heart thoso who were so Tlllo, sH)nt sovoral days with Mr. and he will apply for druggist's license to Monday, resulted lu a verdict m si. of $220 and costs, the latter amounting kind to my dear wife during her Illness Mrs. J. W. Baughman. sell liquors. St' und who have, by words of sympathy to over SIK). Tjio men are brothers-in-luw- , Mits. Ubttik Woodson am! dnugh Kennedy having married a sister ami encouragement, helped me eo greatJailed. ShorllT Owens rent tho paMir, Ml. Maiy Loo. of Casey, wro ! mU pers to Danville and Chief of Police G. of White. The trouble grew over ly in this dark hour of trouble. I'M WHklnon. mittSts of Mrs. Powell, charg- family ulfuirs and tho consequences .1. E. Novius. MISS DtisltA B.ruilM.N has return T. Helm arrostod Skoto B ed with cutting Perry Llllard. another have boon terrible. White has lust tho vf od from Macon, Ga , aflor a very pleuu-aSlNCK getting out of the livery busiNegro at Hustouvllle, two years uuo. use of his arm for tho most part on otKO visit of some week. Advocate. ness Mr. M. S. Baughman is devoting fugitive from justice and of the bono being shattered by A PINK boy arrived Tuesday to blees He has been a fuKennedy his attention to the raising of lineg S3 also a Is the ball of the II pistol, while Gentlemen, wc call your attention to our new and extensive lino of I? tho union of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. 1. it is said that Llllard now He received from Ilardins-burcarries a wound in his head of which chicken. was tho handsamu gitive. Troupers in nllgrndes from Jeans at 50c to finest Cassinieie at $3.50. Smltlw The mothur Wednesday some Cornish Indian he will never rocover. Nor is this all. We call attention to our $1,51.50 and f2 goods. We have Mlrt Gatuwood G I vane. TllK Joshua Slmpkins Co, which It was shown in the trial that to raliuvo Games, which are pronounced by judg MlSS Ki.licn Bai.uju luft yoswrduy will arrive Sunday in ItsownhandMimo pain ho resorted to mor- es to be the tlnost over brought to this for Clnolnnatl to select tho muslo for special ear, Is a large and from all re- his constant oonlirmed user of section. hor nuxt concert, which shu will give ports an excellent one. It carries two phine und now is a to the horrible druir. He Is a son of Mr. SMALL-POThe Local Board of In Jniiu at the Opera llotisu. bands and gives a most amusing and Grove Kennedy, who has had troubles Health of Lincoln County, composed of Mil. J SSH Huston, who Is on tho novel street parade. Come In Monday m enough to drive an ordinary man Drs. Steele Bulloy, J. F. Peyton and J during And believe we have the best Values that money can buy. Big men and who had the small-pojury, and see It and you will Iw sure to re- crazy. G. Carpenter, hold a meeting in tho can find good values in extra sizes at J1.50 to 13.50. If we can't please tho war, says lh.il between that main to tho show thai night. ReservW. H. Truylor wus lined $25 each in otllco of Dr. Steele Bailey In company and moaslui h will take thu for- ed now on sale at W. B. MoRobcrts' you In our ready made stock four cases for soiling liquor unlawfully witli Mayor J. N. Menefee and Judgo v mer ovorv ttmo. an store. and three woro dismissed. James P. Bailey Wednesday and decidmm Mlt. 11. II. BltONAUOIl. Of Crab Or51. R. C. Warren and J. B. Pax ton were ed that the conditions called for prompt No SMALL POX Tllllltlt. The report chard, iinflt.od through to Loxlngton apiMilntod to examine J. R. Bush, who and immediate work to prevent tho at Rowland was ywrtorday to got his runners, Kilty B. that tlioro Is small-poTailor-Mad- e Is an applicant lor law license. Dr. Bailey was spread of smull-pound Cullilv May, ready for th races .started by a smnrt Aleck who ought to was lined 875 for as- appointed health olllcer for the county, B. F. Ferroll be conllnod lu tho homo for incurablo which begin tlioro next weak. Rojlo simplos for life. This is no time for saulting Harry Simpson. Grounds for who will to J10 per pair. witli Judge Bailey Hundreds of Samples to select from. 1'itce, YKAUKIt, an ugud were filed. Come and see them. of Mr. such fool jokes. It is furthor learned a now trial In seeing after prosont vaccination. The county oltlron, tho lathor Mrs. Ollle Hunt was granted a di- Statutes give them tho power to force Churohlll Yoager, who iiiarrlod a that thu Negro, Henry Logan, who, It vorce from Forrest Hunt and all persons, who have not recently been daughter of Gorg P. Bright, was re- was ulalmed, brought tho disease there, to hor maiden name of Stevens. vncclnaled, to do so at once, under penported to be dying of Brlght's disou-- o was hero yesterday and produced a t Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbltt Is a many alty of ii line of $10 to $100 for each day health certificate. when we wont to press. man. He prosecuted Rico Benge thoy fall to obey orders. It Is the duty sided 1)11. 11. M. PlIKM'S. of Richmond, That Moiitcjauk Wo unswor num- for shooting W. R. Smith when ho per of all physicians to report suspected praoticu of has looutod hure for thu inquiries when wo say that the sisted in coining to seo his sistor-in-lucases to tho health olllcer who can use homeopothy and surgory and comes erous and had him sent on. Wednesday force, if necessary, to make personal mortgage on Raw Georgo O. Barnes Hlsollloo, an will recommended. well Sanlbel Island farm is 2,000. Friends he defendod Benge, explaining his inspection. Parents and guardhmsnre bu soon by his card elsewhere, Is over in several towns have accepted the anomalous position and by un eloquent responsible for the vaccination of their To tho Mill of- Biggins A: MoKlunoy's store. suggestion of this paper and aro rais- appeal cleared his man. children ovor 12 months old and they MifiSSIts. W. W. LYON and I). C. AlTho second case against Bon Kenne- will l)c held to the letter of tho law. lu ing funds to lift It. Meantime anyone, len passed through to Mudlson Wedwho wants to holy tho good cause can dy for malicious wounding und shooting case of inability of the person to be nesday to buy cattle. Thoy pay thty to the committee whose names aro is set for next Tuesday. It occurred at have cleaned tip Lincoln, Cusuy and givon on our tlrst pago for prompt re- tho sumc time that the othor tookplaco vaccinated to pay for It, tho county court Is authorized to pay at tho rate Hoy la in tho cattle lino and are now Stanford, Ky., Manufacturers of and Dealers in and was at Will White. A change of of 25 cents each for tho work. Let mittance to tho end desired. compelled to go further from homo. venun will probably be asked for. ' all persons attend to tho important Mlts. Bun H. Banks spread a royal HOW do you stand on the Goobel Deputy Shortil J. C. Lynn was ilnod matter of vaccination ut once und a election l)ill?" was asked Judge R. J. feast Monday evening and invllud $! for failure to keep order. Joss Is a number of hor young frlonds to onjoy Breckinridge, of Danville. "If it is good kind of follow and doesn't want to thereby put thomsolvcs out of dungcr ShipstulV, Corn Chop, Bay, Seed Oats, Coi , ic. for the loathsome disease. It, Including Misses Mary Davis, of passed, I'm for it," he said with a hurtuny mun's footings by ordering Louisville, and Pearl Bunmldo, Br. A. stnilt. "As an original proosllion, CHURCH CHATTER. him to keep quiet, so instead of "OrS. Price and H. C. Baughman. "A very what do you think of it ?" "Not much . der. L'ontlemou" In stentorian tones, ho disdelightful time was had both lu It is too grout a change, but do not went und whispered to some men who The Rev. Ransom Martin died in Anv day. Where? At your homo in biscuits made of our Hour. So bring us your cussing tho comprehensive mono and think tho dreadful results will follow woro talking that it was against rules Christian county at tho ago of l'J years. wheat and pet JJ5 pounds of our "Alpine Snow" Flour and 10 pounds of Ilran, or 37 pounds of Hour for every bushel of wheat You cannot make a mistake by trying In other ways. Mrs. Banks knows how that aro predicted." Thu judgo is a Slnco KSII1, thero has been a gradual this Hour as we will guarantee every pound of it Take it and try it and if you are to do so, so loudly. It was then the judge good things, as we can testi- leading silver dumucrat and a party to prepare lined him, when Joss drew himself up decrease of growth of the Methodist not satisfied bring the llourhaek and wo will give you your who it bank. Is not this fy after onjojlng them. man, who bollovos that when tho party to his long, full length and shouted! F.picopal Church North. ' fair enough? AKo, we nako tho best granulated corn meal to he had and take for grinding and will give the same guarantee we give on our Hour, s in convention or caucus its work "Gentlemen, you must kcop order, you (peaks Slnco the 50th anniversary of his HAPPENINGS, LOCAL should ho accepted. rebee what It Is costing mo?" This hap- coronation as priest, Pope Leo bus mostly in causo tho ceived in gifts $25,275,000, FlNK violin for sale. Danks. TllK small pox situation ut Middles-bor- o py littlo sally will doubtless money. alarming. Fif- line to bo remitted. Is more and more HAitDWAltr. at Wurron .t Shanks'. Bergen, Norway, boasts a paper We will take all kind of farm products In exchange for coal, and since tho white , L. S. Wilson, who was lined $50 and teen new cases were discovered Wed a sentence of 10 duys in jail for church large enough to scat 1,000 per- has been so mild wc have contracted for more coal than we should have and now. Quit watch work warranted. Danks. nesday, and Dr. Samuel Blair, who has given We mako a market for your wheal, hay sell Of charge of tho epidemic, has tel- carrying concealed weajwiis, in a lower sons. Tho building Is rendered water- mustcorn, it Regardless it forCost. we must dispose of our coal in this marcoal and HAIlDWAlti: all kinds. Warren it boon in Ac, court, nppeuled und presenting a par- proof by a solution of quicklime, curd and in return. by exchanging egraphed for tho prcsonco of all tho You will ul'vays (hid our prices lower than the lowest. Now istho ket Shanks. tho Imprls. led milk and white eggs. timo to haul coal and bring in your farm products before you get busy with plowing. members of tho Statu Board of Health. don from tho governor for $.10. In tho Thirty members of tho Pleasun t Give us n trial lilted by Danks, the Over tiOO persons were vaccinated in 24 onment part, was lined Sl'UCTACM-peueo ho was let olT with Groen Baptist church in Fuyotte counjeweler. KY. hours, many of tho negroes being forc- breach of the CO., H pistol's point. It is the costs. Wilson Is tho reservoir fore- ty, who were expelled because of their for rent. Apply to Dr. Will ed to submit at the Rooms C. S. at Morcland. preference for J. S. Howard, their late said that tho L. it N. authorities will man on tho N. Craig. T. L. Shelton was lined $25 for soil- pastor, will found a new church to bo permit no persons oast of Corhln to buy unlawfully. known as "Pilgrims' Rest." FINK lino of toilet soaps at Biggins tickets, who can not produce proof of ing liquor Presbyterian Cumberland Tho Martin MeCormack. the blind Negro from Infection. McKlnnoy's. vaccination and freedom mot f&Wi ww ww wb1IHPWlotS who gets $72 a month, Is church at Casky, Chrlstiuu county, was ( pensioner, HAllDWAItK, splendid new stock, at his part towards helping tho robbed of valuable books und furniture TllK Ladles' Aid Society of tho doing in tines. He was given and tho same night tho colored BapWarren & Shanks'. Christian church will meet with Mrs. Commonwealth and lined SM for carry10 days in jail tist church at thut place was entered E. BltKMKli has opened tho old Car- W. P. Tate on Saturday tho 5th, at ing a pistol concealed. by vandals and Its furniture broken. Each member is not only 1.110 1. M. penter House as a hotel. Tho sermon preached by Dr. Win, John Groep was let oil with tho costs ' ' invited, but requested to bo present. Shelton at Forks of Dix RIvur church walnut New members who want to work for for assaulting David Levin. 1 will pay cash for sound James Kennedy, for breach of tho tho third Saturday was highly complilogs, 18 Indies up. A. C. Slue. tho Muster will bo gladly welcomed. .. mented. He Is a princely gentleman peace, was acquitted yesterduy. Como and help us to greet our new pas-lo- r CllKAP cow feed of all kinds always C. L. Crow sued his brother, R. II. and well deserves tho enjoyment of tho with this department of church dollars for breaking goodly increase In tho attendance at on hand. J. II. Baughman it Co. ' " work strongly enforced und ready to Crow, for him, but tho deltndunt his school, the Stanford Female Color Nr.van( splendid stock of Hard- lend a helping hand. It is moro impor- horses that ho had paid .las. P. Crow lege. J. M. Bruce In Baptist Argus. .V Shanks. u war of retribution with proved tant than ware just opened. Warren Col. Craddock prints this: tho plalntlll was working, "Ro. for Spain, for we light under a Captain, uud whom found for him. the jury George O. Barnes claims faith cured out of business now and our whoso watchword Is lovound who lights Wi: arc Jumcs Cush, who forged tho name of him of cancer recently. It is suggestus uccauntri must bo paid. Don't force to save, not to destroy. Come und help A. C. Martin to u check for $55, coned thut till send him $1." Tho inferto suo you. M. S. it J. W. Baughman. us to extend our inlluence even beyond fessed and got one year. of Gavid Guest for shoot-in- " ence is thut the dollars should he sent Tho trial word tho seas to starving India und suirer-lu- g Bill Tucker, another Negro ut bus been healed, but that Is Mil. H. C. RUPMJY received Come, there is strength In Crab Orchard, is sot for next Monday. because he Cuba. of his cousin, not the ease. It Is to help raise tho yesterday of the death union; come, let our battlo cry ring out nnlv four Indictments and thoso Mr. Irvlno Moore, of Mercer. Ho was loud and long for Christ, Ills church, against persons In jail, have been re- - mortgage on his property. Can't you citiget things straight colonel ? about 55 years old and a splpndtd turned by the grand jury. T. and Heaven. one child servlvo him. victory zen. A wlfa and .In., tl.n Ai.nk TTn.,.1 .1DUIU UU.U1. - m m m mad-ston- e, 1 Trw-..r- Spring Percales, SWISSES AND HUMBURGS, Jo-op- Big Uir)c of ffalf Sfyoes, ptc-tur- W. H. SHANKS. i o, zrzffiwmmm:mw$m mm$mMmM&MmMM?Mz nt ao-cou- nt PANTS s 11 Searched the Markets Our x dU-ini- su mZJX x x. i "We Can Supply You Line. From Mlt.-loil- ro-tor- ed SEVERANCE & SOAS. mMmmmmmiWrwimmmwM I i FREE TURNPIKES! -- J. H. Baughman & Co., Wheat is Worth $1 Grain, Fancy Flour, Cora meal, Bran, Per Bushel 1 one-six- th V m m S J. BHUGHMHN n STANFORD, T d T 1 &&fe$gkiu J li. . McKINNEY. V jf5onU. Stanford, J.G.JYIcCtyVY: Mr. nnd Mrs. Sum Clarkestou Tho crnck burlier, Is now buck nt liW old ready tr A few energetic ladies nnd guntlotneii atnjid In Mrs. Egbert's over tho advent of their llrst Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will make lYiinteil to canvass. Alxmi Hiilury guaran- giro vim a llrt-ctn- shave nnd haircut. All born, u 10 pound boy, who mado his peeding work should call on him. lie the following round trip rales from points teed. Call 011 or mldrosi. to jdeaso you. t'rnli Orchard, Ky. 05 OS It. M. HOOCH. Somerset, Ky. nnnied: appearance on the 2Jth. W. T. Dotld, who has been down sick for three Alt. fclcrllng, trJ; Ivns ; fl:; rrnukfoit, Sa I'KIl YJCAK IX AD VANCJC weeks, waa ablo to be on the street 12 75; Richmond, fP.V.'J-Lancaster, $13 ngain Wednesday. Stanford. tl.V-'- and correspond! mrly low When not 8otalil3S.SO will c chsrRcd. Af years oi age, rates from all oilier Central Kentucky Mrs. Nancy Lcc, at puMIr Mle TINNING & PLUMBING, Ilarlng told my ( nil I will points my Lire ami running Iiiipli'iiicnU at Hi.and the oldest citizen of MeKlnney, I 'educed rniM Iwve been ninile nt tho nl,l lilneoon the luioli l.Uk plko i lulki Lat of ICY., died at her homo hero Tuesday mornHotel nt Newport News and nt Old Point Sliclliy ( Ity on Is no'.r prepared to do nil kinds of Plumbing ing and was buried In our cemetery W. R. G. Comlori, which Is on y a few mi e distant FRIDAY, MARCH 1898, and Tinning. Solo proprietor of Dean's and connected by Kluctric Car Service Wednesday afternoon. She was a mem lllnck Diamond Hoot I'uint. Telephone No TIME TVmi Cow, LAND AND STOCK, No other trip ever offered an ber of the Baptist church here and was ou' ami licail ot llorws ami Mulo, Jcrey ami Calm 20, residence cShoo mi Mill St.. oiiptlte J Hellers, 'JO H.x Including xir lg. a 11. llaughmuii Co. 'a Mill events as does this one oplc DwrlnR Hinder Whlteloy Mowtr, Hav K1L0 puM noted for her benevolence and tenderKENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. new, ",Mioro wfi8, hamem, and (trmlng tit J. C. Hays sold to John W. Stephen- from Kentucky hnvo the rare opness to the sick. She was a sister of pleinotits of all kind Itoad nrt portunity of witnessing combined Army Sale to (Miuincni-- at 10 o'clock. and no top lnifc'K)'. son four yearling steers nt SIT.oO. Trains learo Stanford nt 7 10 a in. nml J p in p. m "Uunt" Paulina Francis, who still lives nnd returning at 1 23 f in and W. L. Wood sold to M. J. Karris a uto Navy life at thu most historic pot in Terms ninilK ki own on day or sale. W. O. At.i:X.VMH:it, MiHiy City 101 here and is said to bo 100 years of age. bunch of yearling cattle at 323.o0. Liuteu Mates Dealers In KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Think of it? The lauding place of the was born In a log cabin She. (Paulina), Nunnellcy bought of Dr J. B. Jamestown settlers, the PocohonUs and 24 Train going North ...12 37 P III on a ..... No. T. G. You. A small farm where tho town of Lan- ... 3 13 a in I " " No. 2S " Owsley a naif of mare mules for $200. Cnpt. John Smith incident, rornwnllis " South ...12 io a in castor now stands No. 25 " rSlinvt'M and Haircuts nt Btincndering lib IJritish force, the b.itt e Gut you d Ollleo and IVed near " ... 1 27 No. 23 " Hurler Shop He Is the slickest and Order Crtwhlng, DemitFacIhuiro Thomas Murphy bought around Shel- of the Monitor and Murrimnr, nnd hist, Several good citizens will leave this St., Stanford, lv Fornllll'olnts. CD In Cruli Orchard. Ky. Coal Yard. .Mill St . liilt'U .1. H. place and seek homes elsewhere In a by City a bunch of fat cows and heifers hut in the came class, tho huiuuhing of liest burlier KO'KHI TICKETS SOLl. the most powerful battleship of our Navy, Satisfaction Ouaranteed. Jan. W. R. Davidson has nt2ito:ilc. short time. Rev. HAtHJAGE CHECKED THllOUUH and it will be called Kentucky" -- Think 3ii Ic L.nii'. sold his homo here and will remove to For any Information enquire ot The Glasgow Times reports sales of er it. As soon as the date of launching is set ItOU.NH TO SCl.L. Somerset. K. L. Tanner, Jr., will start 73 cattle, 1.100 iounds, at He and 52 JOE S. 1UCE, Agent, All thoieOHor Plows, tied on, it will beghen wide publicity in Stanford, Ky, for his new home in South Dakota, stock hogs at 3.1G. All tho-- Clover Seed. uleepors will "run probably next week. Bowman Smith Crutchtield & Co. sold to W. L. Wood tie papers Through detail information All thrtio Heed Sowers, 30 barrel Hour lot; from Lexington. For A FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. All thoo llnriiVHX, sold this week his home to Mrs. Nettie 10 calves at SO and bought of J. C. Lynn wri'.c or cal" on any agent, or George W, Mill with Elevator, linn Residence nmlst-All thoie Steel Itanges, VIA OEORUfcTOWS. of tfheul and corn for sale Milt riinnlii Harney, I) P A., 'Lexington, Ky Humphrey and will leave us at no far a young cow for $15. AH Unite good, cheap sultot of furniture, full time and r. i, A. M. A. M M. llosliifr of enllre out put at All you in'imlo remember me. 2,00 distant day, but does not now know Pepplcs sold to Henry Ander35 Arl255 Lve. Somerset, John untlsfiictory prices The plant should be I) S. OAltl'ENTint, A little Portland, Mo., girl gave a. " 11 SI 8M hist whoro ho will locate. Prof. A. H " Jet. City. 815 ild at a Ik seen to lo upnrvelnted. son OTi acres of land at S40. The land 630 450 Arr Georgetown, Lv 9 35 05 birthday party at her home recently liarctiln. Ill fiealth forces me to nult the " 0 30 " Frankfort, 300 Baugh and wife will leave this week lies in tho Goshen section. .20 1155 (.'nil oil or inlliliiK business. Terms easy and her mother limited the number of C O. VANAKSDALK address, 5 30 for Jamestown, where tho professor 8 40 Lyon & Allen sold in Clnclnatl a lot 810 Arr Paris 10. Tho little girl invited Daily except Sunday Hustotivllle. Ky will assist his father, who is comity of sheep and hogs at 4c each nnd some guests to C. D.UEKCAW, O. P. A. nine boys and 0110 girl. of Russell county. These aro all butcher cattle at 3.G0 to lie. clerk A meeting QUEEN & CRESCENT. good citizens whose loss wo very much J. C. Slier bought In Garrard 112 day, March 8,has been called for Tues .iIALHR In. of the commissioners regret to sustain. We commend them stonrs nt4c. and sold 10 at Trains pass Junction City as follows appointed by Gov. Bradloy, to prepare 351pm to th. tipnnln wherever their lot may Lancaster Monday nt 4 to 4!c. No. 1 South .... 12 02 p ra No. 2 North ' ' 3 21am', No. 3 " U(2aiii "4 " H! n sire of trot- for the ceremonies incident to the 34 p hi chance to fall. No. 6 " 1131am " r. ' Warlock, the 8 20pm No. 9 " 600am "10 " of sickness aro report- ters, which once sold for 615,000, went christening of the battleship KentucSeveral eases No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further ky, March 24. ed in and around town. W. A. Coffey's for S230 at tho Madison Square Garden than Junction City. :. little son, Willie, has beeu for several sale. days seriously sick with pneumonla.but Jesse K. Cook sold In Garrard 24 ' Royal makes the food pure, is now thought to be improving. Miss calves at 310 and HO yearling steers at Sti.'l Mo Tti We Th Vr .Sa. wholesome and delicious. Fronia Montgomery is conlined to her 830. He also disposed of a few heifers 1 a I !l 4 5 room with la grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Iv. nt 810. STANFORD, KA ( l) 7 8 10 11 12 L. Tanner and E. J. Tanner with some John D. Harris sold to : 14 15 11) 17 10 18 of his family have been quite sick, but Loulsvillo parties 50.000 pounds of to- 13 are now decidedly better. W. R bacco at an average of 73c Richmond 20 21 2'2 J 2a 2(3 '25 14 Co., Gooeh's family has been seriously Loulsvillo, Ky., Register. 21) 27 28 ;,0 31 for more than three weeks. At T. C. Gulley, of Garrard, bought of KOUNDJCU tHOfS. i ! I one time six of them were in bed with J. II. Hlatt a bunch of calves at Sll AMERICANS EUROPEAN bronchitis, pneumonia, rheumatism and nml nf .T. P. Cook elirht of a better la grippe. Three of the number were grnde at S10. The Ladies Kestsurant is th finest in $ dangerouslly ill, but their physician, bTASIXlItl), KY. William Cooper, of Pulaski, sold at .MRS U. D SIMPSON, Pror . the city. Every convenience for ladles Dr. Green Moore, "stuck to them like Lancaster Monday 55 steers which spending ihe day in the city. : a leach" and all arc now thought to Gentlentn's Cafe on olllce lloor. 000 pounds at 810. He sold a have past the dangei line and seem to lot of common heifers at .')c. Newly furnished: clean beds; s1cmIm 1THCMAS A. MULLIGAN, . be improving nicely. The family would G. A. Swlncbroad sold to Farrls & table. Everything Porters Manager. Absolutely Pur trains. express their gratitude to the large Whitley 29 feeders at ?:i" and to differ moot 89 Kontucky .Music Tiiosa.iv.Ttiursd.iy and Sunday Hustonvillo, number of friends and neighbors, who ent parties a lot of stock cattle at 4 10 Hvoning. Oflrn liliMrTlr,- to the siplo ofWe.1 IJncoln in so many ways sought to lighten tho oc. He sold to Griggs, of Madison, SO X898. Kull luck ot OiBunnd Cknd Cuy ciuiith-burden that rested so heavily upon heifers at 822.25. eUiiwTiou nna DAKIhO PODIR CO., NEW YORK. 93 V 6, 0arutor. Mnitr, them. God will reward them accordThe horse season is not far off nnd ing to their deeds. horsemen should bear in mind thnt A. S. It is hoped by the better eleirent of there Is no medium better than the The Illue Oru-- s NnrerletoiTerever thlnj-fo- r Orchard, Garden, society here that the present grand Surgeon Journal to let the people Strawberry and general Lann No Agents. nursery Catalogue jury will be able to get at the founda- kno.v what kind of a horse you've got. on ftppllcntlon to Dentist, H P HII.LKNMEVnU. tion of much of the lawlessness exist A big deal In sheep was made at San (I0S1 Ky. JxlnRton, Ky. ing here. After a residence of 14 years, Antonio, Tex.. 11,000 head being sold Teleiihoao i'UT Oflceo-McRoberU' Druij Store In theROwsley in the village we think wo know some- by March Brothers to Miller & HatchMultiline. Stanford, Ky., thing of its past and present moral as- er, of Comstock, Tex., at $2.75. They ago traveling men will be taken to Illinois' feeding pens. is pects. A few years ? '& c- - vtil?tjf - 'JA C the most danperous of nil human often told us MeKlnney was the most IXLH, Ills In world Is n ailments because its approach is Tho smallest horse in the Its quiet, moral and religious town on the owned by tho Marchess other diseases, symptouibare common to pony viz., beverc Headache, C. S. railroad and some of them said Shetland Dizziness, Carcano, In Milan. It Is 21 Inches high I aekache. Sleeplessness, they always tried to make this their standing beside its owner Illurred Vision, Dyspepsia, etc. Once Goods Warranted. ac- - and when ''stop-over- " point on this let it pet a firm hold on Sjnday system and tho pony's back Is only an inch above it Is diflleult to dislodge.the "U ranu..i HOUSECLEANINC TIME, It Fit Guaranteed. fntint WViof la tta pnnntntlnn rn.flin by inability of the kidneys to Ultcr tho when Spring' freidi verdure, and the ear Give Ilim a Call. We presume that no town in the State his knee. son 01 Auun'ii iroiii inu UIOOO. K. F. V., the ly priiii'OM) and vlO'cion too lawn iimne has a worse name. The direct cause of Yet it can bo : Blackburn, was sold at your old canet, and inacs you revolt nt Otfice on LancasterMieet at Residence. this degeneracy is the existenco here drain and Tulla U. Laviiam. Jons 11, Cktlkma. reliiyiiiR it. in the time ttint the oul of the sale in Chicago, for four years of, we presume, one of the housewife Ioiiith for soinulhlnp. new nnd $325. He ran in the W hen we are Tor overa I have the very lowest whisky dives that has to Dr. Hughes for year and finished troubled with kid- fresh for her floor c verlnK'. ney difceasp. something llkn Hrlclit'ii Dlscair, no helling new and handsome htvles in derby last by an intelligent Latonia ever been tolerated the doctors Informed me. They (ailnl to cureme rugs nnd matting at juich low prices ur in uti io u me anj (fixsl uliatevrr, people. It seems to have been a train second to Ornament. I & Llllard made up my mind I was past cure Atx.ut and two is the beit time to secure them. J. W. Allen sold to Cobb ing school for thieves and robbers. For months airo, passing a dnur storr heifers for 8:122 50 and I saw a man irlvinir aw.n samplr in Cincinnati, INSURANCE COMPANY 99 Imixfh of Dr. proof of this search the court records 11 high grade Hobbs SparaijiiH Klilnev PIIU. IV. bought of Pierce Combest one cow a to me and U.jmmonced to take One was handed of this county tho past year. Lawlessfound steers at ther heli.sl me immediately. them. taklnif stock, After OF LIVERPOOL. - - Kentucky. ness has been on the Increase ever since $50 and 12 t'u v boxes f.--l that I am now well. I am , Cunningham 11 heifers past and I must sav that I feel ttter no po- $25; of George its establishment here. With fur $1S. and sold to George tlia.i t liaemmi) ilic past twenty jeark. They Uranch Store and Undettaking Outfit at rful mmlicuie arcatru't I". lice protection wo have been forced to and calves at Hustonville, Ky. Wakkln Sun it, 135 I rouj bt, Ucllcvue, Ky. cows at 3c. B3&BEE & surrender our former good name and Camden five butcher 55r. Hobbs cor. Advocate. vile. Drunksubmit to the viliist of store-room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL su-ou- il IJETIIIM- 1"! ful children slumber about us but sotuo of tho once blithe nnd happy ones of tho no, broken circle have past over the chilly Jordan and now peaeo fully rest on the other side. Their go-- , log cost us many a tear and silent heartache, but it has helped us to bo a better husband, a tenderer father und more faithful friend. Beacon lights, from tho othor shore Invite us and soon we will "lay our armor by" and "rest under the shade of the tree." LAUNCHING THE BATTLESHIP. ouc . " Wfe' SJ vtlhc' o, $40 A Month Salary. I Robert fish, I JV1;?' PUBLIO SALE! J. T. 1 Jones, MiK-- - STANFORD, Mi, 4th, 21-- tf Iu-lnn- d I -- NpELSON, Hnll-ronlllpKlns-.Stand1 Word To Coal, Corn And Hay, ; llluke-tnoro- 's 111 . I)nrs Trouble o Opportunity of Your Life (lrAt-rln- 4, 111 A.C.SINE. UMB vniii-Hnt- r FIRE INSURANCE , 1 well-know- 1L H9 1 MARCH. I I I SASH Insurance Company AND DOORS, F IUIOOKLVN. I mi nr ed Ma,son Hotel Kentucky. si ll 1 LOUISVILLE HOTEL Caledonian insurance of Scotland. R. B. M AHON Y, Agt , nv-erag- ed Lancaster, POWDER J. T. SUTTOtt, Undortultor, s first-cln- -- , SPRING, ROYAL Trees, Plants, Vines. PRICE, IN-teki- or H. C. RUPLEY, Stanford, cr 5rfflS The Merchant Tailor, J BRIGHT'S DISEASE W. 3. psinrz, Ky, J unob-servabl- e. Rccclvinj; Fall And Vlntcr Goods. ra9Klal four-year-o- iu Splan-Newga- ss CURED Ix-o- , ear-jietn- , 1 two-year-ol- d 1 .xt)-rre- WITHERS, W. Stanford. -- Hug-tonvil- le the CTWDSBTAKERI tl" ,tii.ii If A t&&&fbfb$?&&&jjbt JU T ? w en men reel and curse on tho streets, private homes here have been shot Into and some of their inmates have barely a&sassln's ball, escaped the would-bprlvato property has been willfully de- stroyed and threats of punishment fol Aud Dealer in lowed In the wake of this awful busl- "MM k.4t ! vi .tt JJ U Lsib 1, Sw. nesd In our midst. Men have been shot down, knocked down and beaten and STANFORD. KY. bruised, helpless women and children have suffered untold wrongs, all T$?tb'' cause of the existance of this hellish tra,l!u hero llovr lons:' Lord' how &, tA..Y..JiJ..Jt...i..)..Y..X 1 n' shall this evil remuin to inflict its o ! ..&, tf M JM tbtbl? i7 a Monday, some of which were not sold. feedThe best lot were 24 ers sold by Gaines & Black at He A lot of common yearlings of about 375 pounds, brought at least 5c: yearlings that weighed 401 pounds sold for $21 .75. Thcro was a groater demand for heifers than for steers. Some fancy heifers brought 4c. and some good onos, weight, OOOlbs., 'M to 3fo. No demand for mules. 1.000-poun- J Tho Winchester Democrat reports about 750 cattle at tho stoi'l: jards MPMAOU Kidney Pills. at ICY., rou sw.i: s I GnSTLEMR. MANAt.l.ltS Southern Railway Tin: tTAIMini'C 1) Oommcrco 'Building, Louisville Agent Thi)U4tiout tlio oulh. Penny's Drug Store, STANFORD BiraSIIEIlFEP TYPEffHITEIi (l'li PRNKTUATIW W. A. TRIBBLOB, lll AglHll, STANFOKU, - - - Kl'S'TUCKY. EIGHT GREAT STATES Kentucky, Tennessee, Ylrplnln, Georgia, North and .South Carolina. Alaliama. Mlsllipl. ij 24 HOURS ' w TT f.T THE POPULAR ww y 137 tjt tjt 4 A I ....... UIJUI1 uo. ).ll.l.ln. bU13U ,ir...i ,i'i Mill; 11 WA1JI1 ?UUUUUUUUUUIU .. T T T ' .7:.... y ii'y--- f WW.w t t i ATt'T'riT'reTriTriTTITrrryJTriTTITriTTrT Iw mmMmmm wWt$?o i"TT i '7 f. '1 .t...t.. f - tl ? ..J2",,"",,",,"",,"",,'",ri 31 a 1 -- .. w- ' WTirwwi v- suw .J.M btbi X. l.'IFX-r trbi trbtbtbi A' ' Ki I if! A 1V X I LL 1 A T If-Tvk T TT e'J' ' "r T T "niiiiiiiinMiiiiimiiiiiiir 4 u VlllUU She is an educated lady, a teacher by profession and christian In demeanor. Twenty-liv- e years ago It was the writer's privilege to attend one of her public schools where he learned lessons of piety never to oe forgotten. Twenty-lyears How tlmo Hies. A ive retrospect of those years shows that her cup has been filled alternately with joy and sorrow. Three timed she has taken the matrimonial vow and as often followed tho ''sleeping dust" of her loved ones to tho "silent city of tho dead.' A beautiful daughter, who is also a teacher, and u little son blessed the first and third unions, r spectlvcly, und with the good mother now constitute the household. Twenty-lyears ago we were a romping, ive restless school boy with but tho faiutost idea of tho stern realities of life. Now wo see things differently. Wo know both of its joys and its sorrows. We have tasted of both its bitter and its sweet. A good wife, with loving, dutl- HUtU U ....1.. i.i VU1UUUIU UUJUUUb LU UUl 111 11 1 ld Tli,,li 5tillnrn.j (inil ilfo luivn mni'o1 hero from Lancaster and aro crladlv welcomed by tho best element of soeie- , ... XI... XT .... TT I i'lio. xuinu Jiuinuiirev uiuicu Monday into her homo hero and will Parties contemplating euchro or whist fliilw should not miss this opportunity! How can it he dono? Simplicity in to lay in a stock of line cards at . such rnnilrllpli(ill nml tint Li.ln,,,.!.... ... i. . u. v. a.,"-""- "; ","---- . f... V . "c low rateis. Goo. W. Harney, iii ... i. I'm ., j.w....,v. ,. . . M, Ky. j ne jjiiefccns-derfcriC. & O., Lexington, unci m iui iiuiicm iince . Owing to demand for C. &0. Playthe Increased ing Cards, the Chesapeake & Ohio Ity. Co. has ordered another lot of 10.000 docks which aro now on sale at the Phcenlx Hotel ticket olllce In Lexlrijj-tnn- . nr.i.i(!utitn nor deck, threo decks ' for 40 cents, or Sl.dO per dozen. These cards aro 5tf cent quality and will lo, ' sent by mall to any address on receipt of above price with four cents per deck , remitting SI. (iU for postage. for one dozen lots will have thorn. bent prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. C. & O. Pot-eon- s -- Playino Cards. Through Sleeping Cars lletweeu Loulsvillo and the Smth. T5IKEI2 BAXLY TRAINS HHVPgBMnMpKWv Haeli wayhotweeu W. A. Tt'RK, O. Tho Florida A New Orleans idiot'cd trains of the Quoon & RoUtO run through to Jacksonville hiii! New Orleans in 1M hours from Cincinnati. Thcso fast trains ore of tlio finest type, luxuriously fitted, und running on apcr-fer- t Croscont road-hep DW roBunr, mma Winter Tourist Low round-tritickets V. A.. ou Kale throughout the North. Washington. I). ('. An elegant hervleo of Cafe, I'arlor. and W. II. TAYLOK. A. O. V. A. Observation Curs on these trains. I)gu-hiLouisville, Ky. daily train service. Write for information to W. C. Rincarson, Oen'l I'atB'r Ac't. Cincinnati. O. Send 10 cents for line Art colored Litho- graph of lookout Mountain and Chlckn- - Iulsvlllennd Lexington. e j aL'AKANTKKH. ( PR FOB, S3 5. ..,. rift-) 133 4 ItOUTh. The Rest Lluetoaml I rum J .. TOLEDOAND DISTROIT All l'olnls In Mlclilgan. (30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE SKItVICU. AN INCOMIWRAHLH & Crescent trains aro tho Queen Is The ifitnnablo cost. Jt nki.I Inn lt on Mrlnlv .F ....!. il. nrtinnlllin lllltll10u ' mty " Once KoZ , thu only high grado Jiiachinoat CHICAGO. MVlilloCltySi-eclal.- Rest Terminal Station. trains run In tho State ot iveniuuKy. Four dally trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of tho Great Trunk Lines of the North,. West and East. This Is tho line to Washington, Now York, Boston und thc.Kast. Tho Queon & Crescent connects with ovory lino out of CincinnaP. & T. A Lexington, ti. S. to v. O. Morcran. D. P. A., Lexlng- ce ift, Soiuodintinrtivt fo.tiiie-- . vlhihle wor. interchiiiigeaLile tj pe, poi lability, duiabil ity, doing iiwiij iv.th rilihon iitttnaucc, un uuyini u'ign-- i ei t, unexcelled inanifold ing, 84 hopiiiaie eh rncteit. etc., etc r is the only typeTho 15 writer receiving highest award at World's Fair. Improved since Pond forcalalogiio and testimonials, MOOUE BROS., GEN'L AOTS. icken-derfe- ST. LOUIS. Avoiding tho Tunnel BOSTON. Wngflcr MUcjilni; Car HuHbt Tnrlor Onr, Waunrr Slecplin; Car-- Prl-C'iin)arluieutCjrs, fitirn'aiit CuMhea an J Dm lug Can, at NEW YORK. DESIQNS COPVRIQHTS &C. Anyono sending a iketrh nnd description may quickly nsrortnln mir orlnlon frun ftther nn Inrontlon Is nrohnlily imtentahle. Conimuiilon. lions Rtrlctlycontldentlul. Handbook on I'stcnu sent fre. Oldest r.auncr fortecurlnir iiutcnts. i'ntents taken throueh Munn & Co. rccclvo iptclal twtUt, without cbnru'O, In tlio handsomely Illustrated weekly, '.argent ilntlou nf any nclantida Jnurnnl. Terms, dr iu nrt tL 8old brail nnwulralnnL foui-mont- Trade Marks 125 ton, Ky. E. Fayelto st. Baltimore, Md. 218 Wnshington, D. F st. N. W. C, lleiureyowr ttokeu read via "Ultl FOUR " WARRRNlJ. LYNCH E.O. MCCORMICK, Tralllc Mgr., Am. Cien. Vav. A. Tkt. Jt CINCINNATI OHIO. Scientific Jliticrican IJrancli Offleo, 135 Y h MUNN &Co.30D-d- -r. ft, AVashlDBtoo, New York I). U.