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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898030801 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. JTT uar... wwr ? - r-i- JF3&mif?ifm&Sr iii"- ii r innrri 1 SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 8. 1898. LANCASTER. vol. xxvyf. WALTER NO. 1 FORRESTER. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. HEWS IN THE VICINAGE. Takes His Usual Cracks at Shams and Frauds. M H Undo Clabe Lear is 1)2 year old and roads raixlly without spectacles. J -- The Fkankkoiit. Mip-eII. B. Northcott's flno bin! dog Mil tl.l.ll.(.-- t !!. ..1.5 ... ........ ......111., fit tllllllf tllfll'll flf ciwia .... jumping irom a l.. v...0 uy ...n.n.i. win to bo paid than of the honor (low ul hi8 p)llcc of business, tlo price of our ting. That Is the natural result Senator Karris writes to Ilnnnn of the supremacy of the little foreign- - Hughes that he wilt bo at homo on the born boodlor from Cleveland who holds nm,, Ho says that some good work a mortgago on the nominal presldcntof wm be jone durnp ln0 remaining days ' those United State-- . of tho session. Not a I! Dollars !!! Dollars Dollars At lhu preimjna,.y huarlnu' of the drop of good red blood, not u hI"K1o cases against .Jttdson, IIiitTinan and breath of the spirit of '70, but only one Simpson, all tho warrants were dismiss-thougof our allon dictator, l'fw' ed except one against Jud-o- n and HutT How much much money will war mn? f0l. breach of tho peace, on which fat can wo fry out of the putrid carcass a .no 0f jjq WftS t.temi. j L. v, Hudson and son are paying of the defunct Spanish monarchy. Insult to our Hag! Lovy 31 ;,o for good hemp. Jotin Kills is on Avenge the 1.1 n.... .. . ... ititivilur fif nilpliliiin nJ U, S. storekeeper at J. W. Mil1.. iiiotKiy iriuun; iui .I... ...... ... gallant sailors; wreak n grand von ler's distillery nnd Judge W. E. Walkgoanco uon the treacherous Dons for er Is at W. II. Traylor's. The ladles of the Christian church sinking our splendid battleship as she lay by tho fatal buoy In a supposed are preparing to give a social on Wedfriendly jwrt ! Not a word of those or nesday cvoning. It will bo given at the similar thoughts that ulionld come to a church, several pieces of music will bo groat sovereign nation under the sting rendered by the choir and a pleasant time is anticipated. of such n brutal assault, but the ImpuCircuit clerk J. W. Hamilton says Mark Hanna dent Httlo foreign-borbo no war," while that tho docket for circuit, court which sneers: "There will tho miserable little McKinley rubs his convene, next Monday consists of only together and nervously 20 Commonwealth casos, 10 'common fat hand law, M) old equity and 51 annoaranoos. "No war, no war." echoes: What would Jackson or Lincoln or Three children, named Hutchtns, Tlldon or Harrison havo done under while at the store of W. H. Furr at What would Flat Woods, ato some bread, Uon such olrcumstunoos V ? Thoy .vould havo which arsenic had been placed to kill England havo done rdiolled Moro Castle until the yellow rats and became violently ill. It was Hag that marks this plague sK)t on tho thought on Saturday that one of them Western Hemisphere should havo fal- would not rucover. John Grady, of the Eastern part of len prostrate before the stars and stripes or tho Urlllsh jack; and then the county, died last Friday of wounds they would havo Investigated at tholr In Hie tod by a knife in the hands of one several days ago. leisure and most likely have hanged Whltlakor, a step-sowlio--e murderous hands Whlltaker was lodged in jail on Saturthe scoundrels day and the examining trial Is set for fired tho mine beneath the Maine. Monday. It Is said that Grady Hut altar is always a coward, and Hanna have was drinking and provoked a difficulty. Hill McKinley aud not only broken all their campaign Others say that it Is a case of murder. I have hoard so much talk about pledges, but thoy have personally lied men, that I challenge tho public to every prominent republican in Kentucky from Gov. Bradley down, and to H)lnt me to a single voluntary act of they lied to them to secure tholr aid any man that did not, in some way, In H)lltlcal schemes for their own havo as a motive or incenadvantage. That Is why, probably, tive to the act. This theory can bo Keiitucklaus feel such a keen dislike fully established and futhermore. in Hanna and his man McKln. eight out of 10 acts, financial gain is for Wai.ti:k Fouukstku. lev. tho basis or catiso of action. Generally a man favors another only when he can MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. make him useful to further his own 1 t two-stor- y FlFo at Ell.abcthtown dostroyod the IV". illr! J. W. Miller,' r- nt ' Arbor House, an hotol. rou sour jr. , , . .. , Berea College has o'JO students, who iv ucigiuu omumi was 111., and Kiueu come from 20 States. oaten by cannibals In South Africa. ... ... mi. . Lieut. Frank Ivalkc, U. S. A., was xiie collector s omcc wm oe removed from Richmond to Danville, March 21st. killed by a train at Burlington, Iown. Kid McCoy knocked out Nick Bur Middlesboro eoplo persist that It Is ley in tho second round at Hot Springs. nothing but "elephant's Itch" after all. Edmund Tattersall, head of thelioroc' The Farmers National Bank of llrm of TaltorMill, died in ' vlllo has been made a government de- old-tim- e " ai-u- il f f !ESo2St3SSiSJ':':!!f I YIGI KIDS HND TITAN DHLF, I It LJ m 1 ) : For both Men and Women, are vcty populnr and will he largely A Shoe that Fits, Wears and Satisfiics. We can show you a Most Beautiful Line. Call and URcd. I ' Dan-exchan- I ! co-a- ? j ' n -- Allen Cnmden, aged l', and Tincy Staton, Id, both of tho Milledgovlllo married section, will-bMiss Fannie Craig, a girl, oloped to Mt. Vernon, hid., with James Clutter and married him. MUs Lizzie, the protty daughter of Chief ot Police Hughes, was married at Somerset last week to Wilbur Day, a clevor young farmer. At Wabash, Ind., Will Zimmerman, aged 20 years, was granted a divorce from his wife, aged fiO, and at once e Fa-duc- wedded Mrs. Komi Moon, aged .'15. By the marriage of Charles and Mrs. Mary Kock, 51, of county, a family of 11 is Pendleton Ho has three and she has nine 2, crt-nte- d. ' hr children. The Georgia supremo court has had to decide that a marriage contract entered Into on Sunday Is valid, and In Baltimore a Chinaman has boon allowed to wod a Nogro girl. Thomas Anderson, of Biookvllle. this State, In a lit of jealousy seriously stabbed his wife and then attempted to end his own life with tho knife, but unfortunately fallod. Near McKoo, tho father of Bcttlo Hays, armed himself with a big revolver "and prevented her contemplated marriage to Ed Lunsford. Tho latter, badly frightened, returned tho license to tho county clerk. Thomas Hutchcraft, aged Oil, and three Union n widower, was married at Kockport, III., to MUs Sushi Kllcy, Hi. Tho old fellow has lots of money and there was no objection on the part of tho girl's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jnnios Weir, of Owcns-borcelobrated tho 3th unnlvorsary of their marrtago. Ho has boon president of tho deposit bank therefor nearly 10 years, the longest continuous service of any bank president n tho State. Tho Norfolk Va., Landmark, of tho p of tho swell 3rd, contains a big write-ua suburban town, wcddlugat Berkeley, local of Miss Marion Stewart Bland, a C. I. Strcngle, chaplain belle, to Nov. of tho Delaware House of Delegates, which was attended by tho lieutenant governor of that Stato and many members of tho body. Key. W. A. o, Slay-makSlay-mak- er olllelated and Miss Nellio Is highly complimented for tho organ music, which had violin accom- er paniment. woman Vannlo Baker, a middle-agejail for a minor prisoner in Henderson d I deliberately Bluffed her skirts into n stovo and burned herself to death. ... . Tho famous tombstone llboi case ai Bowling Green, for $20,000 damages, WOO, and tho has been compromised for which said tho offending Inscription ictlm died by the hand of an assassin, will be erased. olTonso, at an office named for him In Knox county. Tin: Somerset Paragon says that R. G. Hail and Cy Walt have opened a v. The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. ir Real Estate Agency. The Kontuoktan tells of the Heath of Mrs. William Catching, an estimable woman of Laurel county. The Louisville & Nashville railroad U said to havo agreed to restore the 10 per cent, cut in wages July 1. then committed suicide. Dr. J. A. Hammonds, of Dunnvllle, ft J. C. Maloy shoi Robert Snoll twice In hU breast in a dining room at relative of our Hubble correspondent, For lils wants and informs his better half died Thursday night of paralysis. Georgetown over a woman. to buy his Two men returning from the KlonThe Cumberland Courier says It will madike bearing S1(0,000 worth of gold be- accept labor or any terial in lieu of cash for subscriptions. tween them were frozen to death. Win. Wyatt, A Michigan mining man, while tern of Mercer, kickporarily insane, committed suicide by ed at a basket In his path and got his foot caught, throwing him down, breakjumping down a shaft Ul feel deep. Trom u. Merchant Tailors. Fnncv Socks. Stacy Adams' Tine Shoes. All Gen. Gentry, of Lexington, has re- ing his leg. pood things come ceived HI Kansas jack rabbits with The electric light plant at Corbiu from was burned to the ground, causing a which he will stock his rabbit farm. John M. Redman, an old citizen of loss of about $3,000. A defective Hue Adair county, was thrown from a horse was the cause. The Q. it C. yards at Somerset urc and killed while riding about Ills farm. A son of J. B. Cequi'io being enlarged by the cutting down of set fire to his hou.--o at Fulton, whilo tho big hill at the South end. It will playing with matches, and was burned cost about $15,000. to death. John S. Van Winkle tells the Somertill A Eight Negroes and two white mun set Reporter that a telephone line 9. were severely whipped by a vigilance that place and Stanford will le committee at Paducah and forced to built in tho Spring. III leave town. George Metcalfe, only son of Mr. ..... S. S. Cunning, receiving teller of the and Mrs. C. W. Metcalfe, of Atlanta, V First National Bank of Cincinnati. Is in died Thursday. Tho remains will bo I, My Ready Made Stock will contain the choice things of the season jail, charged with stealing 524,000 of brought to Danville for burial. 'J and I will be able to fu'hish snits In Men's Sizes from S3 to 115. A tho bank's funds. I Mrs. Marie Antoinette Rosseau. wid:: purely Judge John Newton Horndon, who ow of Gen. Lovell Rousseau, of KenII. was the la-- .l treasurer of the Confeder- tucky , and mother-in-laof Gen. Nelate States.dled at his homo near Staun- son E. Miles, died at Washington. ton, Va., aged 75. Mrs. Jane Proctor, mother-in-laof Tno frozen body of Mac Downing, a Rev. Dr. McKnlght, the Presbyterian A m Fayottc county man, was found in a Boys' Suits from 7oc to 57.50. minister, formerly of Danville, died at 5& pasture. He had been absent from Washington I City and the remains were home since Sunday. it Tailor-Mad- e burled in Danville Saturday. :Under the emergency clause, the All the turnpikes in Jessamine counI1 government places an order for 400,000 J) ty have been made free by tho fiscal tons of coal to be delivered at Key : On last Thurday. Mr. James Naylor, court except :0 miles embraced lu the v within 10 days. v Fit guaranteed or no sale. Men's Suits from 110 to i30 Knee Pants aged 2o years, died at his homo four West two State roads, one of which Is under rii Miss Jennie Montgomery has Hied guard. Suits to measure. miles from town, after much suffering Louisville, against tho StanE. S. Helburn, of Middlesboro, was I of pneumonia. The remains were bur- suit at dard Oil Co., for $10,000 because one of run out of Plnevllle Saturday by the I led In Lancaster Cemetery on Friday .' its bull dogs bit her. infuriated citizens, although he pre-Dnftornoon in the presence of a large I C. W. Wood, a traveling salesman tented a health certificate from crowd of relatives and friends, approI "Who want yet to wear I nee pants suits and can't find theiu in ready-mad- e Covington House, killed a woman McCormack. a ; priate remarks being made at the for V" goods now have an opportunity never oflered thcui. I am now 111., I Mr. John F. Yeager, of whose illness grave by Elder Jesso Walden. Deceas- named Irene Brlder at Ottawa, and long pants taking measures and making short pants suits for :5 i and then killed hlmsolf. wo told in our last, died Friday mornof tho Christian ed was ii member suits for JO. Look at our sample. Amos KIggs was sentenced at Mays-vlll- o ing at the homo of his W. church, an upright, honorable man, and to hang May 6 for the murderof E. Baughman, aged (iS. He was a faithHf one who will be missed In tho vicinity the Boyds. It Is said that ho lias kill- ful member of the Baptist church for .... x x. In which ho lived. Ho was a nephew ed eight men in his time. n years. of Mr. W. II. Lackey and Mrs. Frank The Mammoth Cave railroad was to daughter Lucetta, tho Broaddus, of this city. been sold by Commissioner Rich- of Mr. Leo Riley, of Mackvlllc, was acThe old bachelors convention was have ardson at Glasgow yesterday and tho cidentally scalded to death. She was ouo of tho host attractions over given was to expected it. seated near the cook stove and a tea here by local talent and was much bel- L. it N. A drunken man at Berne, Kas., up kettle of boiling water was accidentalter than h majority of tho traveling causing a lire which de- ly turned over and the entire contents troupes. Tho receipts amounted to $107 set a lamp, a dozen business houses poured on the back of her neck. and would have equalled the sum real- stroyed half aud in which he lost his own life. Sayings. ized by the old maid's convention If tho A chicken thiol In Boone county, was Tho Msdlson fiscal court met yesterhad been tho same. price of admi-sio- n It i needless to attempt to mention caught by infuriated citizens, whipped day to hour the report of the turnpike every feature in detail or to name all nearly to death, ridden on a rail and committee, which recommended that ' of paint and shavlnga ap- tho contract system be adopted and tho those who took part. It l enough to had n coat plied. magistrates be omjowcrod to lot consay that tho entire performance was One man was fatally mangled and an- tracts for work on the roads in their . a tfc. r CA 1 vKTHISi W'bVri by the largo crowd in well received other had part of his hand blown off by respective districts to the lowest bidLewis L. Walker was attendance. the promaturo explosion of a canon at der. Tho court decided to purchase a d chairman of tho convention and Frankfort, when tho 100 guns wore Maj. Jim Burnslde, the king of tired by order of the Legislature in rock crusher, and a committe was appointed to confer with parties having bachelors. Joo E. Kobluson delivered honor of the Irish Centennial. such machine for sale. The county CSS' a Hplondld address to the convention, Diamond, the moustor elephant be- levy was reduced from 75 eonts to 02 L representing W. S. Bea.loy calculating longing to the Wallaco shows, died at Register. the cost of courtship and marriage, Peru, Ind., from hoart disease. He was Tho Boyle fiscal court ordered conhe made $1,777, nnd said that but a few inches smaller than tho fawhich that expense kept him from marrying. mous. Jumbo, weighed over four tons demnation proceedings against the following turnpikes: Lexington, StanThey passed resolutions Imposing fines nnd was valued at $10,000. ford, Danville & Perryvllle. Maxvllle, for hugging, kissing or marrying old Tho rate from Chicago to the Pacillc Uniou, Perryvllle & Springfield, Brum-fiel- d M. Farra maids. Tho bongs by John coast for Klondike travel has been cut Bluegrass, Pino it Houc, and others and tin music by tho band to $:il. 50 from Chicago. The regular Knob, Lincoln 'he it Boylo. All, accordaud piano were well received. The rate Is $05, and this amount must bo minstrel was tho leading feature and deposited at tho Initial ollice In Chica- ing to their last reports to tho court paying roads. Three was heartily applauded from tho begin- go, tho difference to bo returned at tho are commissioners will be apolnted to put ning, the puns being rich and racy. end of the line. Have tho most approved valuations upon them and tho court, if Lotcher Owsley and Charley Anderson, A fellow, whoso conscience has tho end men, would compare favorably doubtless been quickened by prospect it dooms proper, will, under the law, with any on tho road and tho other boys of death, has refunded to tho govern- take them at such valuations. Tho road owners will of course havo right of applayed well their parts. L. L. Walker ment $2, 100, amount with interest that peal. This leaves only tho Perryvllle played tho part of Interlocutor, or midho defrauded It of In whisky taxes in dle man, ltko an old stager. At the 18iW. Tho money was paid to Collector it Mitchcllsburg, Hustonvllle, LancasAnd Host Line of Perfume.--. Soaps and Toilet Articles on tho Market. ter and tho Shakertown roads to conconclusion a tableau, representing Sappat Louisville by an unknown man, sider, they being America defending Cuba, elicited con- who took a receipt In that way. Advocau. siderable applause. Dr. J. A. Anion Bowling Green was visited by a displayed tho part of secretary and was AN INCJMI'AKAULK SKUVICK. astrous fire which completely destroyThe familiar In the ways of the old bache- ed tho drug store of Townsend & i, Queen it Crescent trains are tho, finest lor. the Democrat office, owned by trains run in the State of Kentucky. Judge Pulllam, of Breckinridge Russell & Mornlngstar, and tho office Pour dally trains to Cincinnati connect county, who was given 15 years In the ot Dr. B. II. Mllllkcn, before the Haines with tho main highways of tho Great The Trunk Lines of the North. Wost and penitentiary for killing a man whom ho could bo gotten under control. claimed had Insulted his Wife, after ho newspaper men lose about $500 over In- East. This Is tho line refused to compromise for a sum of surance. to Washington, New York, Boston and Adrian Braun, a New York convict, thoEast. Tho Queen it Crescent conmoney, was married to Mrs. Mary Myers, In Evansvllle, fnd.', where ho now serving a term of two years for cruelly nects with every lino out of Cincinnaassaulting his wife, was visited by her ti. S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, lives. Mrs. Joseph Sutherland, of Evans-vlll- at Sing Sing Saturday, having forgiven Ivw, W. G. Morgan, D. P. A., Lexingone of these Uasters free of Ind., has distinguished herself the bffenso. no received her in a ton, Ky. Call atmv store and wo will explain how you can obtain nnd driven her husband nearly crazy friendly manner, but just as she was revolved through the juices whilo coaking. The roast is Minnesota hasan boy who charge about to lcavo, drove a knifo, that ho by giving birth to triplets. The Sonato put to sloop tho bill to had concealed, into her vitals, killing stands "feet In his bare feetand weighs V1 pounds. her Instantly. rcduco salaries of State olllccra. ht London. U is now certain that the Kothschllds will attempt to build a railroad to ttio Yukon. A steamer left New York city with 7o tons of relief supplies for the suffering Cubans. President Dole, of Hawaii, sent a check for SJOO to Washington for the Maine relief fund. Near Cordele, Ga.. a prominent jouug farmor killed his brother and posit ory. J. M. Scalf lias been appointed Ht-mast- er '; 9 See Our Men's $3.50 And Women's $3 Shoes. 2T"Trunks and I I Valies."a Seems to have been another the Pike Business; but wont be long. hitch in CALDWELL & LANIER, i i ?sia i I Giving Qrdc rs! i i t ,1 'ViiiT'i u;r.mmK Neckwear, i SU-od- Shoes, Hats, Clothing, I The Globe, J. L. Frohrnan & Co., DANVILLE, KY. five-year-o- ld be-tive- to-da- y, I v lib-or- al i 1 uiot mug Sl ! w self-intere- st w I An All Wool ! Suit, $5, i :' - I! Goods to Measure, r. i The Overgrown Boys I H. 1 M M - son-in-la- J. McROBERTS. five-year-o- ld Bar-rodsbu- rg 0m ItNfcS Ms Ml roprt-sente- Keep Your Skin Soft. Graig 8f m d Rocker FACE LOTIONS, dividend-producer- s. Val-ent- o, The Cylinder Basting' and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. MARK HARDIN. ,, fr -- - WT "" w -j V- - W? v" i tv - r!)' ii TCpMBU I 5 ; V I ! i r J R John D. Whito is announced to speak THE LEGISLATURE the situation as deducat Lexington soon and among tho seven sumTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL ed from the facts presented is Thc bill to prohibit tho running of subjects ho says ho will dilate upon med up by n contemporary and is that excursion trains or steamboats on Sun- arc: The presumption of Sam J. Rob. tho Maine was blown up by an external days was killed. orts, of Ohio, to farm out Kentucky paforce; that force was of such power that Stanford, Ky., Mar. 8, 189S it must have come from some terrific, Tho House dental association bill, tronage; why Judge Vincent Uoreing advertising dentists, was used his efforts to secure the election carefully prepared engine of war; that aimed at the passed by the Scnnte. of Colson; why all the republican con Is .similar ynir own unlet joii continue lo Mny'in your vn harbor Don't brand) such an engine of war could not have W. P. WALTON. The Senato passed the Houso bill ap- gressmen will doubtless be defeated out but Mirk to ns, wo will pilot you through onfe and no ran save joii from total de Harbor withboon in or near Havana propriating 830,000 for improvements this fall, and why Col. Urecklnrldge's struction. To ptuve this wo will out the knowledge of the Spanish auprison bill wcntthrough thorities and that such an engine of at the Lexington asylum. name should nover havo boon placed Bronston's The nouso forced through the Sen under tho republican device, If ho the Senate o to 11 and through the war could not havo boon applied to the House f7 to 21 over the governor's veto Maine without "gross and criminal ate tho bills gerrymandering the third keeps on till he disposes of these sub and tho act to take the management negligence" on tho part of the Spanish and seventh appellate districts. jects his audience may settle down to TheSeuato passed the House bill nl sit a week. out of the hands of tho sinking fund authorities; thorcfore legally Spain is commission and vest it in a commission guilty of a crime against tho United lowing iurors. who are sworn to draw Our buyers are on tho market from one end ofthu year to thu othur, therefore it is pay whether they serve or not. CHURCH CHATTER. of three, who will have entire conStates. The government seems to take plnin to be seen how wo can afford to soil you Rood cheaper than the iiiuii who buys Tho Senate passed tho House bill trol of the penitentiaries, is now a law. this view of tho matter and is making Moody, tho great evangelist, will only n! per seasons. Wo urn making n pedal Under its provisions tho Legislature ail preparations for calling Spain to providing for nn appeal to the court of appeals in habeas corpus casos by 28 to hold a revival in Ilopkinsville, comwill elect these commissioners who ore account by getting ready for war. mencing April :). to receive $?,000 salary each, and this Options on a number of warships of 0. The revival at Versailles conducted it will do Wednesday. They will take other nations have been takcti and at Mr. North fought tho bill to pay tho Eddyvllle by Rev. II. A. Northcutt.of Knoxcoun- immediate charge and then two repub- all the naval quarters great activity is commissioners who built the lican wardens, two deputy wardens, manifested. Recruits for the navy are penitentiary 812,000, and dofeated it 4S county, Mo., closed with o2 conversions. two physicians and about 50 guards will being taken from any available mate- to 37. Two sacrilegious burglars, while In order to make room for our dally pring arrivals The House passed a resolution comwalk tho plank. The salary of the war- rial and the situation appears now to plimenting Miss Christine Bradley on plying their trade In a church at Amdens is 82,000 ench, while the deputy be that war is imminent. cholco of water instead of whisky sterdam, N. Y., found a bottle of altar wardens, clerks, chaplains and phy&i. Later news is even more warlike. her clans get 81,200 each, and the guards The Spanish government has demanded with which to christen the battleship wine and, mixing pleasure with busi ness, became so drunk that they could Kentucky. 3G0 per month. The republicans will the recall of Cousul General Leo and meeting of democrats at Lex- not leave the scene of their evil doing. A mass attempt to test tho constitutionality of the abandonment of the use of warships At a Methodist sanctiticatlon meet- And bear in mind they only represent u very small percent of our big leduction of the act in tho appellate court, but it is in sending relief supplies to Cuba. The ington, adopted resolutions denouncing the Goebel bill and commending ing not along ngo a young brother who -- rices. Fruit of tho Loom ami Lonsdnle Cotton nt Oc, Clover hleeclied Cotton nt oc not probable that the court will pro- president declined to consider cither of Senator Bionston and meunt well but did not know how to ex- - yard, good npron gingham, 3 jo, nice cotton plaid drew good fie, worth 10c. all wrol nounce a law which seems so greatly proposition. It is said that Spain will the action press it, arose and said, "The Lord ca.ssimere II In. wide 2fic, worth 10c, figured black dress goods loo, worth 3"c,Sllko needed unconstitutional. The manage- give Leo his passjxjrts, then our minis- Representative Hobbs in opposing the haint been doing much for mo lately, line drapery only Sjc, Clntk's O. X. T. thread at c n upool. linen crash only fie pr ment of tho prisons has been a growing ter to that government will be recalled measure. In spite of tho committee's adverse but what he has done has been n plen- yard, fie canton tltuinol nt IJc jer yard, bed spreads onlv fiDc, ladies' grain shoes 7Ho shame for the last two years and any and war will begin in earnest. .MisMH calf and pebble shoes 0lc, Infants shoos 20c, .Men heavy work huo S5c, Iji report and in response to Kov. Anse ty." change is bound to be an improvement. George Campbell, who was expelled dies' dongola pat. tip button shoos only Soe. Ladle- -' Full Fiulsh.il Dro-- Skirts pathetic apical, the Houso THE absurd attempt to make the Mo- - Hatfield's pusscd the mountain member's bill put- from the ministry of tho Southern The L. & N. has always been noted Chord bill to require tho railroad corn- for Its fair dealing with its employe .mlssloners to fix rates In certain cases ting a bounty on the scalps of wolves, Methodist church on charges preferred by his wife, was admitted to tho bar in 10 and in that way it has been able to se n party measure was made and perfect- wildcats, etc. Times makes a good Ilopkinsville and was at once assigned cure tho best men in the country, those ed, but It failed to work, as it should, The Louisville Seven Papers of i'ins for 10 Cents who have some reason about them as and the Senate refused to pass tho bill suggestion when it says it seems to by tho court to defend a Negro crap have occurred to nobody that in event shooter, thereby showing that tho last well as ability to draw pay. When tho over the governor's veto, 21 to 17. Gov. cut was mado in their wages several Bradley's very excellent reasoning con- that the Goobel election bill becomes a end of that man Is worse than the first. years ago, it was promptly accepted vinced those who had not arrived at law there is a possibility that the IX MEMOHIAM. without trouble and the othor day when that point where they would not be three commissioners will not be scounA pair of Cienuiue Steel iv i.tn at 2 per pair hesitate to steal On tho morning of Fob. 0, IM)", Mr. the unions after a meeting, sent repre- convinced thouuh one arose from the drels who would not sentatives to General Manager Met- dead and tho commission, some of n election or anything else they can and Mrs. J. M. Ourtor, Jr.. wuru called upon to give up their darling llttlugirl. calfe he received them courteously, lin do not know a "T" rail from a ct thcIf iand8,on,,.., wu-i- ni n.l The bill to take Whitley county from Elikubcth Mildred, aged two years and talked with them candidly and promiswill not Men's White I'nlatmdercd Shirt nt :tV ed, if business kept up favorably till thority granted it nor bo permitted to tho third appellate court district and two months. Elizabeth was a bright, lie mrinhr tir line of July 1, to recommend the restoration of confiscate property without due process add it to the fifth, nassed the House winsome child, just at the age when it 1 or and was sent to the governor. It will is so hard to give thorn Ui voice the old scale. This was as good as the of luw. get back on the last day of tho session, will be heard no moro and her little men could ask so they returned to work Dan O'SullivaN paints a portrait in time to bo passed over the govorn- - hands and feet are stilled. If that woro perfectly satisfied that the L. & N. au- in his Critic of Hon. William Goebel or's veto. No bills passed now can be- - au( lho burden could not be borne. But thoritlcs make no promises they do not Carpet Paper. Oil Got h Etc Intend to fulfill. The increase will in- - in lurid outline and Mephistophelian come laws without the governor's np- - Josits said, "Sutler the little children to come unto me. for of such is tho volve an annual expenditure of 8700,000 make up, bui it is rather an effort at proval. j Kindom of God." And by faith wo can ond a road must be mighty solid to olTectthan u roal plcturo of the statos- POLITICAL POINTS, man. Goobel is not the miserable, hear her voice mingled with the angel THE stand it. meazley manner of man that he Is made A. J. Worsham was nominated for throng, and see her little hands beckon- When Editor B. A. Enloe, of tho to bo by O'Sullivan's )overful pen, but ,)0,tnmater at Henderson, and J .). ing to those who are left behind. Whut Louisville Dispatch, attempted to T. I). IJAN1CY, MniiKKjer pleasant gentleman, jonos nt Morgantleld. an incentive for thos who loved her to a with Senator Bronston in the who makes a specialty of carrying u will not reach that othor shore, It Is said that tho Senate IJraneh stores at I'aris, Senate Chamber Saturday, tho states point whenever he sots his head to it. pass tho bankruptcy bill passed by the How sweet it will be in thnt beautiful ana, Versailles, Lininence,Carlisle, Ml Sterling, IkmliHown, Iwrencebrc, Cymhl. Georgetown, FJiwtfietl.town. Frankfurt. Mawkjwrt, Ind. man said that he would not talk with land, House. It Is hoped not. ft him and told him to get out of tho The Elizabethtown News says that The jailer of Hardin dlod ju.t after Ws ... f n.l m ill filiilAiitund'wlth harps. with songs on their lips room. "You go to h 11," was the re only republicans and gold bugs are and already there are nine In their hands, joinder, but Bronston dc.llncd tho in- - opposed to the Goebel election bill, but his election Wo ale nani To moot one another again. vacancy. vitatlon, possjbly because he is in as this is where Editor Sommers Is wrong candidates for themaking increases in At' NT MA'iOIK Tho Loud bill, hot a climate now as he can stand. Sen- -' as usual. Nearly all the democrats of ' the rates on certain second class mall ator Farris was present and tried to overy shade of financial opinion here War's Thuiuiu.i: Cost. It is etl matter, was killed In the House by a mated patch up peace, out matter remained in are opposed to the bill as unnecessary f1nrthlvn that ince the Christian era b- vnt.i. statu quo. The trouble between the and subversive of democratic princl- over 4.000.000.000 human beings Stops are being taken by prominent n:en grew out of Bronston's opposition ciplos. Brer Sommers ought to get out have perished In war. I he co.t of tho republicans of California to promote to the Election bill and Enloe's old town some times and rub up for Uni- -' rP,dW.!?Slllh0 the candlcacy of U. S. Grant eism of his uction. It Is suld that the against tho people, Bv ted SUtcs Senator. editor is us dead game as tho states piuco uj every man, And .solicit your patronage ii)ii the basii. of fair, l.oiu- -t in itimul .hmJ with their iisiml ivnv nt " In keeping DoWN In the Southern part, of the nrviw and woman and child on tire globe. During ow prices fur the best goods man and that if hostilities are renewed- State a young woman is doing a land keeping promises no bill for curroncy ' the m6st peaceful years the world haand we trust they will not, there'll be 0,li',e budlntied belllnr, ,books- - bhe s reform will bo pushed by republicans .'1,700,000 soldiers, who are withdrawn , trouble in tho land. , young anil stic s lair ana nor mouus op- - in Congress this session. from productive occupations to po.--e as As the Bostona steamed out of her American women uro both Imitative erandi never falls. A kiss goes with warriors. Tho pay, equipment, food and snobbish. Miss .Mabel McKinley, each book and as her lips are as red and wharf at Cincinnati for Louisville olght aud clothing of these men co-- t Of Dings and Mat inery and Toi'ct Wluhs the president's pretty niece from New as ripe as May cherries are In June her colored roustabouts were thrown into taxpayers nearly ib.000,000 a ' York, whose neck and shoulders arc books and her favors go like wild fire. the river. Four were drowned. day. The number of men withdrawn Tho government has increased to$l,-- i from Industry to take part in of the "Pennyrilo" will prettier and more perfect than were The gentlemen tho civil fiOO in each case the reward for the ap-- j ever concieved by artist and chisseled please pass her up this way p. d. q. war on the Union side was l!,772,4fi prohenston of tho murderers of Negro while the Confederates in marble, and who knows it and goes unlisted about The .court of appeals sustained Judge Postmaster Baker and family at Lake 000.000. Tho oxponse of tho war deon tho principle if you have any pretty WK 1IAMM.K ONLY things show them, recently appeared at Cantrlll and the auditor has got to pay City, S. C, alter hearing the details of partment In I8t2 was ;m,ooo,ooo: in an early afternoon reception in decol the commissioners of the Houses of 1HW, 5itt0,t)0O,0OO; Gov. Bob Taylor, of ennoov, who In leto. SlncflUila a.ml.nm,.nl innntion Reform the 8100.000 appropriated to lblU' SllWl.OOO.OW .. Ma ....nillllimv for. of an innovation ladles have begun to bull(1 them- But for II predisposition E follow suit and at a daylight reception t0 obstinacy and hard hoadedness, on the United States Senatorship, has C. & O. 1'AYIN(J CAltDS -- Owing to a withdrawn from politics. Ho states last week every one, who possessed any tn0 VArl of our friend, Stone, tho ,llereaewl ,ioinaiid for C . O .Flay-tha- t tl the harassing worries aud strains , Cans,e lno Chesapeake t Ohio liv. at all in throat or neck outline, inSs might now be up and occupied by TOl displayed them for all they were worth. the children, who have no place in the of politics have become too much &" Co. ha ordered another lot of 10.000 -penitentiary. him. Those who havn'c such charms think it decks which are now on salu at the Senator Hoger Q. Mills, of Texas, Phu'nix Hotel ticket ollice in Lcxing- just too awfully too too awful, but those Tin: osteopths lose out in tho fight has abandoned tho contest for who have prove their faith by their ton, at 15 cents per dock, three decks A'ade at our Mote by Jno A, Heudri'ii. made against them by the State board Call and leave your order. practice. because of the action of the State for 10 cents, or Sl.fiO per dozen. Those of health and they will have to pass an committee barrlnir cold democrats. Ho cards are f0 Editor Polk, of the Lexington Ob- -' examination oeforc being permitted to says ho is u bimetalllst but doesn't sent by mail cont quality and will be to any address on receipt server, who "lit" through one war, e- -' practice the healing art. The doctors think this country can go it alone on of above price with four cents pur'deck marks that "war is not such u bad npe exceedingly fearful that somebody the proposition. for postage. Persons remitting 31.00 thing. It would bo a good thin" to will bo cured without the use of drugs The rads of Waddy are fighting mad for one do.en lots will have them is havo one every year, provided the peo- - or knife and the Legislature should not because Mrs. .1. V. Sullivan, wife of a prepaid. This hist lot is going rapidly. plo who deserve annihilation could be have allowed Itself to bo a party tot free silver democrat, was appointed Purties contemplating euchre or whist forced into the front ranks and kept their most abominable combine. postmaster over T. M. Waddy, a mem- clubs should not miss this opportunity there till killed by tho enemy." Jess, : TT ber of the county committee, und who to lay in a stock of line curds at such so, but they are tho very fellows who1 J" R Williams, late of tho Midway was indorsed by tho leading republilow rates. Geo. W. Barney, D. I. A., o ' never get killed. They always join Co. Clipper, who sold out to go West, very cans of .thu county. hwi----u"Q'in time of war, but take a com- -' hup')lly for hia fnds, changed his Postmaster General Gary has direct- C & O., Lexington, Ky. mind and bought tho Falmouth Guide manding position in the front rank of T to Ada, The Canadian government has estabiDJ5til ni of Gc0- F- - Henry whIch ho hjls "cuvy ed that an inspector be sent pensioners In time of neaeo. -Ga., to Investigate the circumstances lished posts at Chilkoot Pass arid Whito i 'TW doubled In size and rcchrlsteued tho Gov. Bkadlev will send in his veto "Pcndletonlan," after tho name of the incident to tho assassination of Free- Pass und is collecting duty on everyw w I of tho Goebel election bill Thursday county. The first issue nppeured on man, the Negro appointed postmaster thing thut goes past them. It is evident but killed before ho entered on the that this is done In order to force 1 and there is a bare possibility only that tho ,'lrd and is A 1 in every respect, ( to outfit In Canadian towns. duties of his ollice and Senator Mason it will pass over it. Let us hope that Tom Pedign was shot and fatally the members have heard from their ' Wh,le thc racrabor from Graves has proposed an appropriation for thc wounded just utter u dance, which took constltnents by this time and that lt county Is at Frankfort attending to the family of $10,000. Under a law in Ohio candidates are nlaco neur Glasgow. The Shun- lin.tl,. ra s lias Drought them to their senses. The uuairs oi -- taie nis wiie nas ueen ui w r SMiMii home attending strictly to home affairs. not permitted to spend exceeding cor- - ers and Tom Joirrlesaro in jail, charg-tai- n democratic party does not need such a und when elected they 0(i wjtll tne fli10otlnL'. amounts PPra--!--ll--law on the statute books. There are That she has been more successful than -l Nearly 1,00,000 pounds of colors are 88 county judges in the State elected her husband is shown by tho fact that must file a statement under oath of the as democrat, und they will see that we Saturday she presented him with a son amount they expended. Mayor Good, used by tho United States government havo an honest election aud a fair and heir. Has he done as much for tho of Springfield, has just been ousted annually for printing paper money, from ollice because he spent too much revenue und postage stamps. country? count. and fulled to account for it. William Jones, u Negro, wus hanged Candidates for prison commission'TIS said-bcommentators that when Cormorant, Miss., that It Is said ... Secretary Long's state- - by a mob at,. Lake ... ,.!. re- lor t'other world wo go, we'll follow tho er are us thick as leaves in the valley ment that "too element oi opuiusn .. - If criminuuy assaulting a woman of same handicraft wo did while here be- of Vallambrosa or violinists in hades. sponsibility had been eliminated from his own color low. This may or may not be true, Among them isT. M. Goodknight, who tho incident of tho disaster of tho In a street light between five Italian but Luetgert, the Chicago wife mur- is credited from Mercer county. yielded a net profit of ?0,000,- - j barbers at Texurkunu, Ark., one man Maine" derer, finds that It is true in the prison Webater Flanagan, tho Texan, who 000 to tho Senatorial cliquo that is was killed, another fatally hurt und u The Second SehstOH of tho Collegiate Year, 1807 US will op'ii world to which he has gone for life. made himself famous, by inquiring in a speculating in stocks and that it was third seriously injured. He was put to sausage making Imme- republican convention, "What are wo mado for that purpose. Consequently Sensational developments uro looked J"ai.-u.a,:3- r 2-tl- ., diately on his arrival at the Joliet pen- hero for except for the olllces?" has thero is great indignation against him for after tho Graves county grand jury New pupils enterln p at that time wilt do received Into tho classes. For itentiary, but ho wont be permitted to been appointed Internal revenue col- and talk of his being asked to resign finishes the investigation of the recent call on or write to Mils. Sautlky at thu College or write for catalogue. fH Information use any women in the process. mobs und white-caraids. from tho cabinet is reported lector for the 3rd Texas district. WILLIAM Thk logic of - Our Life Boat 1 1 Give You A Pointer ! Reduction on all Winter Stock, JUSTLOOKATTHESEPRICES s 3 Papers Assorted Hair Pins For Cts.: 33 INCH BED TICKING AT QC. u.,,ln Mens' Negligee Shirts at 35 Cts. 1 Carpets And Mattings, ( I , n iLorasviJLjfjiiigat'OMjiu, con-ver- so mild-mannere- d, I I f 1 1 ! I I - Open for Business PENNY'S DRUG STORE. criti-iofh- is J iu W?.. " ""T "K - I A FTDXX, STOCK' i - I 1 j KlIB-MM- build-churr- ; ! il rM SESS i f l a. K. WEAR EN & SON. -k-- I i a-- 5 I - r-M iziKHnn Affi !$7rvnH! wX , Ixloc-dlke- rs HiH s' i4BiBBHi H W&kH Ril i - "I JlrpiVK rinB rOs BvUiHil xHivh. lMlTT'llllll L-- W- ... ,, h mm; UHV -- I Stanford Female College. SHELTON, Piibsiuknt. On :fcvo:r.a,37 1898. p T.kdN ! i m i pyjpssaifir" J -- . M Or - WlTllUKS Is THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., headquarters for wall SHOT DEAD. paper. North urn seed potatoes at A. WILL HLAKKLY, JR., PUTS FOUR 1IALL3 INTO TUB IJODY OK CATO C'RBN- D. S11AW. fci4l& ;j 4 1 U 6 I r i L L- -rr, At a lato hour Sunday afternoon four SKKD Potatoes and Garden Seeds of shots In rapid succession drew a crowd i all kinds at Warren fc Shanks'. to Mncksvllle, where Cato Crenshaw E. C. Walton, Businixi Manaorr. was found dying of a wound in his Landrkth's seeds In papor and bulk. heart. Ho had been shot four times by New and fresh. W. I). MeUoburts. Will Dlakoly, and so far as the crowd Tun bent physician can't cure yon if (Set you do not follow his directions. Seed Irish potatoes, on knew thuro was no immediate cause North i:hn the best medicines too. That Is the for tho act, though Lige Haughman only kind wo furnish. Penny's Drug ion sots, Harden sued, A:o., at Illggins Aj MeKinnoy's. says ho met both mon a moment beforo Store. and heard one of them bay. "What in Horai! lumber of all kinds, boxing, tho h I are you following mc for?" PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. framing, shingles, boards, locust and Crenshaw was shot in the side, in tho C. A. MoORi: wont to Louis- - oodar posts. II. J. Mcltoborts. Mrs. arm and In both feet and never spoke vllle yostorday, SiMlCTACLies. Lost Saturday in town afterwards, except to say three tlmos, John It. Fahrir uainu ovor from or on the pike to Hiistonvlllo. Howard "I am shot," dying in a few minutes. Gingham, India Linen", Lexington Sunday. Ho was a native of North Carolina and G. W. Hllfe. I) 1. Ham. s)ont a portion of for their return. Mr. came ljoro with Mr. K. W. Smith, who last weok In I'mlucucc. HouiSYB hns not passed a vaccination says he Is half Indian. At first he was Mil. AND MRS. A. II. SlfVIIUANCR ordinance yet and Mayor J. K. Hruce an unusually good Negro, but lie got to wont to Richmond Friday. thinks it will not unles all tho large drinking and has been in numerous Wi: aro Indebted to Mr. R. Chancel- cities do so. uglyscrapcs. A wife and young child Laces, Ac, now in. Also lor for late Virginia pupurs. survive him. TlIBshorltlof Hockcasilo Is now edJ. II. SOWDI'R, the real ostato man, Though it is hard to get at the cause itor of the Ml. Vernon Signal. Least- of went to Cincinnati yostorday. the shooting, bad blood between tho lf L-irje article on the 2d Mr. J. S. IIUNDI.KV went to Spring- wise the two is said to have first grown out of page has his namo to it. field Saturday to see n sick sister. trouble over a woman. It Is also said that 9 9 MRS. A. A. McKlNNBY loft yesterTaking it Easy. a dispatch 6ays the men had been playing craps and Just received. Come in everybody and see these goods day for Indianapolis to buy millinery. that the wife of Henry White, of Pulnt that it was over the game that they fell W. G. McKlNNRY, of Montgomery, Lick, gave birth to a girl on Tuesday out. Crenshaw had a knife on his perAla., Is hero with relatives and frlonds. and two days after, was delivered a son, but did not draw it. Hlakcley is a MRS. L. C KlNU, of tho Hubble sec bouncing boy. son of Hart Hlakcley and is about 21 with an attack of lumba tlon. Is down years of ago. He too is married. W. II. HttsoiNS has contracted with go. Joe Chcnault, in front of whose store MISSUS RllODA LUNSroiH) and Nan- I 'abort Lewis to paint and pencil his tho shooting occurred, says he wns at nie VanDeveor went to Louisville Fri- store house so that the entire length of tracted by a quarrel outside and went store and warehouse, Hi" feet, will look out to stop the noise. As he did so the day. SALL1K KM.IS like a solid brick. MISSUS SUD1K AND pistol hots were ilrcd by Hlakcley. He have roturnod from a visit to Huston-vlllFor Salb CUBA!. An engine and did not sec Cato draw his knife as some power, stationary. Also allege. After he was shot Crenshaw boiler, he COL. D. V. TitiliiilJt, of Richmond, ono sol of French burhs, .'10 Inch bot- walked ovor some distance before spent Mivurnl days with his sinter, Mm. tom runners, manufactured byNordike fell and expired. Hlakcley gave himself up and tho grand jury being in ses1. 1'. Nunnolluy. A; Mormon. J. W. Moore, Liberty. Mr. William Morklano went to sion it will take cognizance of his case DlNK Farmbr tells us that ho has without an examining trial. Parts Saturday so as to be thuro at C'HKAP cow feed of all kinds always sold -- It game chickens to various par uourt yostorday. on hand. J. II Haughman A: Co. thonged ties In this and other Status during the MRS.SALLIllVANAMSDALlt, For disorderly conduct the following Wk are out of business now and our m inotlior of Mrs. Funutu Green, l grow- past few weeks fo a total of S2. Ho Negro boys wore fined 5 uaoh In Judge JelT Bryant, aecountx must be paid. Don't force us shipped nouie highly bred ones to Paris Carson's court yostorduy: ing weaker dally. I Jim Pleasants, Will Haughman, Fvcr-ha- to sue you. M. S. & .7. W. Haughman. MlBDAMItS N. U. PRICR and Bit Friday. Zf ! ii Saturday Warren, Will Carson. Charles Price, of Garrard, were here WllBN President 11. T. Conway, ol Stakic Fish, nt oolor, wanted at Haughman and Chris Simpson. 4,Lh othto see Dr. A. S. Prleo. Lebanon for living In adultory with a er" ran upon tho crowd in a hollow tho Southern Telephone, wns here hist & Ituv. andrkw Johnson wW to woman of w that town, was arrested at back of Dr. Vanarsdale's residence. week, lie lot the contract for the line to I? Valjmraino. hid., Friday to onujr the oXio Crub Orchard Saturday by Deputy Hubble, and we will soon have two Normal School at that place SherllT J C. Lynn and placed in juil Tub city council met in regular linos to talk to Danville and Lancaster J l Wilt It. 1 JAOOliS and W. Vernon Gentlemen, we call your attention to our new and extensive line of monthly session Thursday night, with on. were here to await further orders. Rkshnrd-ot- i, Danville lawyers, Trousers, in allgrade. from Jeans nt 50c to finest Cashmere at JI5.50. mayor pro Councilman J. S. Hundloy here yostorday attending court. situation at Middles-borThis members of the mission band TUB small-poWe call attention to our $1, 31.50 and f2 goods. We have I5LIZA Lackry has i illumed aro requested to meet at the leuturu turn In t 10 absence ol .Mayor .J. MRS. seems to be Improving, but three Monofee. Liquor license was granted from a pleasant month's slay with her room of the Christian church Saturday reiiortcd at Jclllco. Many m ltoberts, of Itlclimond, to sell In deaths are 1 o'clock to attend to im- J.C. sister, Mrs. Jane Hollew, In Garrard. afternoon at of our people have oboyed the order of Carr's room on Dopot street LlTTLK MlSH GKRTRCDK NOKL gave portant bneirttf-M- . Mrs. W. M. Hright. Anderson the council to vaccinate, but a great and ;K) days given him to take it out. J. a delightful doll party to a number of many more have not. P. And believe we have the best Values that money can buy. l!ig men r Tub Inst two days have induced the H. Paxton askod that HIghcatiou street her HtUe frieuds Saturday uftoruoon. WaYNBSIIURQ. Juryman It. D. PadA. F. II alky, of Leb- impression thm "the Spring time has hi eradutl and naved. Councilman J. Mr. anii Mrs. can find good values in extra sizes nt f 1.50 to S3.50. If we can't please anon Junction, are vlsltlnjf his parent?, oome geiitle, Annie", but nolthor two M. Stono asked that stops be taken to gett tells us that Thomas Gaines, of you in our ready made gtock Council- that vicinity, died of paralysis and that Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haley, at How. days nor two swallows make a Spring, improve Whitley street and 9 Imthe wife of M. D. McKenzie presented and It may be very frigid yet. Increas- man Potor Straub roquosted an hind. to him with twins, n boy and a girl, that Mr. It. Conn celebrated his &0th ing cloudine is predicted for Tuesday. provement of tho street that runs ills miil. M. D. Elmore and 13. F. Pout have been named Murrell and Pearl. havlujr a num hlrihdur last weak bv - Tailor-Mad- e CoMl'HOMlSBU After being tried in wore appointed to examine them all ber of his neighbors enjoy a dinner near Hanging Fouc ON tho railroad Judge Halley's court and held over for and roport. A readjustment with the wlUi him. yesterday Willh Helm got mad at Vest MR. JaMKS F. MOORB Is back froai truspassiiig on the lands of Tim W. opera house manager as to future rents Thurman. another Negro, and struck Hundreds of Samples to select from Piicc, J3.25 to J10 per pair. near Highland, two Ger- and licenses was ordorod and after alCottage, Mo., whore he moved last fall. Huwhl-oCome and sc them. hi m on tho head with a rock. Thurman ?( council sutlsHed that there Is no place like "Old mans named Tyler compromised with lowing a number of claims, the In return, but !I:."I0 for fired two shots at him that gentleman Saturday and thus unO-e- d adjournud to meet Monday at Kaluuirtk.'' been ill tho purpose of reorganising the lire missed him. No arrests have the cu-W. D. Wkatiikrporu, of Hus- Mu. m made et. company. uitirtlln. orders his miliar sent to Hot M Sl'ltAKINU of the killing of Cato AT the mooting yesterday It was orTUB appeal for Hro. Harnes, which Springs, Ark.. whuro lie has goue In Croti.-huMr. John J. Mcltoberts dered that Present Chief 1. M. Hruce named Judge J. W Alcorn and Col search of health. says thai nearly all the tragedies that organise an olliuiunt lire company of to W. G. Welch as a committee to receive MRS. M. F. F.LLIOTT leuvs today have occurred here have been during able bodied men and report to the counWin. l'ettus, tho mortgage on his planvisit her daujrhler, Mrs. circuit court, and strange as it may cil at an adjourned mooting next Mon- funds to lift Immediate fruit. Our paper Crouk, Lincoln eonnty tation, bore at Gilberts uppeHr thm tribunal hardly ovor parson day afternoon. Tho chief is to rocelvo got to Harbonrville curly Friday mornSomerset Ro'iorter. without ono. $2 for each lire for caring for the hose ing and by the mail this way an hour To the Mill of- A t'RRTTY ploUiro of Mis? Altlu Marksbury, "Lancaster's sooial favorJohn Grady, who was out by his and rools and the members will have or two later came the tlrst contribution ki11 tax. of SI. .Since then a number have been ite and skilled musician," appeared In stepson, James Whlttakur, near Drip- to pay no good work continue. Courier-Journaping Springs In Garrard county, and Saturday's IN tho circuit court Friday H. F. For-ri- recoived. Let the JM) passengers on yutei- brother-inTURKIC won who died from tho effects, was a was granted a new trial on tho asIt Is said that a young woman who of Mrs. Potor Struub, of this sault and battery charge, In which ho Stanford, Ky., Manufacturers of mid Dealers in day's northbounl train from Gniys, -law displayed a yellow Hag from her resiKnox county, bound for Washington place, and she and her son, Peter, went was lined 675, and tho law and facts be dence just for fun caused the unfoundover Sunday to see his widow. to grow up with tho country. ing submitted to the judge, ho reduced ed roport of small-poin Lexington. Manac.kr and Mrs. II. A. Curtis, tho lino to$,"0. She and tho fool who started the report Tub Ladles' Aid Society met at Mis. of the Joshua Simpklns Co., paid us a An order to carry Into olTcct the of the disease at Shlpstuir, Com Chop, liny, Seed Oais, Coa , Ac Their compa- W. P. TatoV Saturday and ju response mandate of tho court of appeals In the that there was a case Inoculated with pleasant call yostorday. Rowland should be appeal in last paper made a most thu ny has boon doing a fluo business to M. virus from a patient with continent llbo nil olTering, $2.'l being reulixud, out- Stephen & Knox case was made. J. through Kentucky. Iloblnson and other Louisville mer small-poand be made to sweat It out are ft Mrs. I). T. CllBSNlT and daughter side ofa tho regular duos, which for chants attached their stock and got without the aid of nurse, physician or Anv day. Where? At your homo in INcuits made of our (lour So bring us your weeic. The money is the and 10 pounds of or 37 get 115 pounds are spending a couple of months at cents thulr claims amounting to $2,200. Tho are well enough wheat and Hour for every of our "Alpine Snow" Flour make a mistakeI'.run, trying by You cannot bushel of wheat pounds of tho sulTerlng Cubans and tho women areas court holds that thoy should not bo clergyman. Jokes Hurry, Oklahoma, and have ordered when no harm results, but the subject this Hour ii we willguaiantee every pound of it T.ikc it and try it ami if you aro thoy have always boon the lirst in every JNTHRIOR JOURNAL changed to thorn preforrcd creditors and orders that they is as badly selected us tho time is inop- not satisfied bring the Hour back and ue will give you your wheit hark. Is not this good word and work. from Corbln while they are there. fair enough? Also, wo make tho best granulated corn meal to be had and take return tho amount, which Assignee V. portune for it now. for grinding and will give the same guarantee we give on our Hour, r II. ItKll) Is now deputy shor-ilJUNIUS IlBNRY Loo an, the Negro who It II. Higgins is to collect and pay out Sir Florian, tho favorite, won tho and Is working In that capacity In was reported had small-pout How- - pro rata to them and tho other crcdlLexington stakes at New Orleans Sat t.h W.tt Knd. LATKR. Since tho land, tells us that while he has beon tors. above was put in type Mr. Held has working at Williamsburg, not far from was fined WO and urday. Wm. Gaddis, who Signor Cavaloth, a distinguished taken a position at Penny's Drug Store. the small-po- x scene, ho has had no op-- , 50 days In jail, and Arthur Gaddis, who Italian poet, was killed In a duel by We will take all kinds of farm products in exchange for coal, and since the white In Miss MISS GORRIS, music teaehur portunlty to catch tho disease except got $25 and 25 days in jail In Squire has been so mild we have contracted for more coal than we should havo mid now. Hold's school at Danvlllo. and Misses from Chief Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan CotToy's court at Hustonvlllc, appealed Signor Malcois. Wo makon market for your wheut, hoy sell Of light ono man mustcorn, it Regardless it for Cost. we must dispose of our coal in this marIn a Calloway county coal and Nolllo and Sue Whitley Murphy wuro with whom ho talked sovoral weeks ago and upon the same proof, Hon. It. C. and Ac, bv exchanging outright and two others ket in return. You will always find our prices lowor than the lowest. Now is the the guests of Miss Mamie Wilson Car- when that gentleman was returning Warrcn succeeded in acquitting them, was killed time to haul coal and bring in your farm pioducts before you get busy with plowing. wore fatally wounded. penter, who gave a dlnnor In thulr from the Infected region. Arthur on peremptory instruction and Frank Hale, of Valparaiso, Ind Give us n trial . honor Saturday uvonlng. William by.a jury. Tub North American has paid M. D. Miss Annie Alcorn bus been appoint 'drank u quart of whisky In 10 minutes Miss GKORiiIA LKW1S went up to KY. H. few hours. Crab Orchard Saturday to begin her Klmoro the full amount of his loss, us cd olllcial stenographer for the court. and died in a old Monitor, which has Work on tho threo months' subscription school. Tho arbitrated, by the lire of Christmas day, She is u very expert ono as well as a navy- rons there think she is tho amounting to fliCI. IT. Mr. Klmoro has rapid typewriter and tho position is as been lying in tho League Island school pal THE BLICKENSDERFER yard for years, lias begun. is known best teacher In the country and there lixed up the old house, which much a compliment to her as it will John Iluokctt, an Athens, Gu., brute, tho "Hughes place," and says It is prove largely to her financial advan are many others who see where they arf bjat his wlfo Into insensibility because now as. nice Inside as any house in town. aro right. tage Simplicity in That may bu, but look at tho outside Sketc Powell was tried yesterday for,' she refused to cook while she was sick. How can it bei done "lOCaT HAPPENINGS. Leila Collins, aged 11, fell dead while construction and not belonging to the and weep. Mr. H. K. Wcaron, who assaulting Ace Turner at Hustonvllle ut ou noill Alt.. n1... (.... ti.1,1. lirt BV"WW Typewriter Trust result in an honest pro- ..w I had it rented at the time of tho lire, lw.L.0. I... .u.t """ "V two years igu, wMU...u l..f duct at an honest price The Hlickcns-dcrfc- r UARUWARK at Warren & Shanks'. Q HvoU Tho doctors aro pur.led as to has moved back to it. is the only high grade machine at HI I11S IIUUU, UUIII niiiuu m ijui mm ". reasonable cost. It is built on stiictly OUR watch work warranted. Dunks. Sketu tho cause. Tin: Joshua Simpklns Co. arrived In months to recover. Since then Miss Pearl Wayne, aged 10, attemptscientific principles, and of only the best FisniNCi'.tacklo at Craig fc Hooker's. its own iiandsomu special car Sunday lias been a fugitive from justice till last ed suicide at Pemberton, this State, nnd most durable material. Some distinctive features, visible work, and yesterday gave a very nlco strcot week when ho was captured in Danville. because her beau told her lie did not interchangeable type, portability, dm abilSI'KCTACMS tilted by Danks, the purudo with Its. red uniformed and He was lined $117.50 for this olfenso and love her well enough to marry her. ity, dong away with ribbon nuisance uu jeweler. country brass bands. Tho latter looked $25 and 10 days, on a second trlnl, for Win. Kilo was badly beaten by white-cap- s varying alignment, unexcelled manifold ' concealed weapons. HA RI A' HOSi:, Peerless and Rurbank like veritable hayseeds, but thoy made carrying ing. 81 separate diameters, etc., ote near Tipton, Ind., for alleged cruJust ;i7 people from MoKlnney were elty to his parents. Re recognized Tho 11 ickoiiPderfcr is the only typesplendid music. This is a big iigurc of A. 11. Florence. seed potatoes. writer receiving highest award at World's the entertainment, the large orches- beforo tho grand jury in ono day, which some of his assailants and arrests will ' Fair. Improved since. I wiuh pay cash for sound walnuy Investigating tho many charges of follOW, music, which Is tra furnishing Bond for catalogue and testUioninls. mmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm i logs, IS Indies up. Av C. Sine. When this law breaking that come from there. always excites applausu. 1. S. Tevls sold to J. C. Johnston, of few knew Sat- was written tho promise of a largo Unfortunately, however, MOORK IHtOS., GEN'L AGTS. hogs nt 3Jc. A RlH'ORT went over thu wires Hoylc, 100 GL'AltANrKKD. crowd was line and if your oyc falls on anything and would tell less. of G. A. night, which was caught by 218 F M. N. W. urday 125 E. Fayette st. O. P. Huffman bought David Guest was on trial on tho adbeforo the curtain goes up you Washington, D. G. Baltimore Md. Copyist Frncst Warron, that tho Mont- this item of court yesterday for shoot- - Swlnehroad 10 butcher cattle at UJc make a boo line to thu box journment gomery hud been blown up at Havana, had better and a bunch of hogs of J. C. Lynn ut 3c. ollico, if you haven't already done so. t ing Bill Tucker, another Negro. infounded. but happily it was - Mak. 8, i8gS Florence's. It 1 I Spring Percales, A Big of X 7 T SWISSES AND HAMBURGS, J-ia- i u ". :i r F'i six-colu- Slpoes, i W. H: SHANKS. I' t-- 1 -- e. 'i i yreTOE?3???E?3t zzmsmm.mmm i ' !! r t ! rt m FftNTS Our 11 u 4 i. x o n m Searched the Markets Line. r- - i I ll , si We Can Supply You From m n, e. SEVERANOB & SOWS. mMMm&mmmmmMMMmmm 1 i . i FREE TURNPIKES! l. ll J. H. Baughman & Co., Wheat is Worth $1 x Grain, Fancy Flour, corn, meal, Bran, x Per Bushel one-bix- th T x J I I I J. BHUGHMHNSCO., STANFORD, il i ) TYPEWRITER. .u liK w- -- 4qgLA a? fi , te 150-poun- d wis, mimi ihvih PRICE, $35. ?,a .J ' Ji ..tumnjitii rwi'ii"Wt';ii'H lAMMamriMWiri Kir1n"TiiNriVi1Ti ran t inrm r i'mlWBUtmmmm miidu y LAND AND STOCK. THE 1NTERI0RJ0URNAL ra.'bHolioaTviooAo-5'-- otsid. 3Trt Aa-v-- o Five sheep came to my place about nM i Wm. Deck. Stanford. I. Tho Wm. Tarr lands In Bourbon, lll o charged. - When not aorwl.iaj2.eo about 2,000 acres, sold at $00 to 87o. S. J. Embry sold to J. II. Bauphmati LOCH, & Co. GOO bushels of wheat at l2ic. James Messor sold to J. II. Bails170 barrels of corn at 31.70. TIME CIED. man & Co. 2:07, brought 82,150 at the Gazette, Fasig sale. A Canada horseman bought KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. him. ui 8. m. Trains leave Stanford ni 7 1003 J., mand J James McCormock bought of Cowan w nd9 xeturnlnj? at 4 1 P steers Weekly. it Goggln, of Casey, 23 KNOXVILLE DIVISION. AT-- W. K. Anion sold to Ashcr,. of Pulaskl, a bull for 841. .Ion Rodman bought Byron McClclSo.000. land, by Hindoo, for lo aral 1WM 24 1 CoO-pou- Whitewash that will not rub otT. fresh lime with hot Gmltli You must have a wonderful Slake one bushel of in your water. Slaking add one pound of glue memory to Keep all those things ml Rentlonieil A few enerpotlc tiulle previously dissolved In warm water wanted to canvass. Above salary guaranhead. nihlriw. Jones Yes, never forget anything and stir thoroughly. Before applying teed. Cull on orM. HOOCH. Somerset. Kv. H. Us when it is once there (pointing to his add sulnolent bluing to glvo the tint forehead). desired. This whitewash is good for In de I,nn Smith Well, old man, how about the both inside and oul&idu work. Vlck's Dars $20 I lent you some time ngoV IIOl'NI) TO sr.u.. Jones Ah, you see, that's different. Magazine. All those Ollvor IMowk. All thoMi Clover Seed. I put that in my pocket. Hnrlcin Life, All thoso Seed Minora. A Corrected ltonillnjr. All thoe llarnen. All thoiu Steel lutiigci. Mrs. Quiverful (sighing) Seems to Sa. l'Y Mo Tn Wo 'Hi All those good, ehwtp tulttw of urHlture, :ne poor folks like us nlwns bac large roinmnlier mo. All mu i 1 g - i a i families. HiMonvlllu. I) Js UAUPKNTKII, 12 11 j 10 j Mr. Quiverful (who has just laid in a "&T fresh supplj' of shoes for Johnnie, K? 14 1H 17 li' 10 15 Dickie, Willie, Gcorgie, Jimmy and the j '25 'M 24 11 26 22 rest) You mean, my dear, people with 20 large fnmilies are always poor. N. Y. 27 2S 21) 30 81 Vcrr DIITercnt. $40 A Month Salary. 11 ROBERT FISSI, Tim frar.U Imrlipr. U now hack lit hN old rwndy to In Mr. Eglwrfa itore-riHii- ii Khnve nd hiilreut. All rIvo you a llMt-ohineedliiR work mIioiiIi! cull on hlni. He 0 l Crah Orelmrd. Ivy. miro to pleiittv stand 11 vu Trouble Jones, TINNING J. T. S. MARCH. 1 1 & PLUMBING, STANFORD. ICY., r 7T6 i I 1 1 e " la now prepared to do nil kind of PlumMnjS and TI1111I11R. Sole projirlutow of IM111 a lllnok Dlainonil Kiwi I'umi. iuuijumihw ..y. Shop nil Mill M.. oppMlo J 30. resilience ir. HauKhman .V t'o 1 Jim '" ! 1 AC.SINE. NOEL66SON, In- - No. 1 Train going North No. 26 No. 23 " No. 23 " " " " " For allll'olnts. ' fcouth - ... .. ,..12 37 ... S 13 ...12 10 ,.. 1 27 p a a p m tit ra ni at4Jc. atUlc. T. i I I I i .Dealuk In. John Anderson sold to J. C. ston, of Boyle, a small bunch of KO'JOH TICKETS SOLD. IIAGOAQE CHECKED THROUGH. For any Information enquire ol of J. Culton sold last week heifers at :tlc and a lot of JOE S. KICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. cows nt 318 to 820. A. W. Robinson, of Logana, week GOO bushels of wheat at "Why do you dislike Mrs. Redmond? feeders You used to be schoolmates, 1 lellce. DR. R. Did vou ever diare any trouble in tfhosc a bunch days?" & springer "No; but vc never get together now HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON, that she doesn't find some excuse to sold last mention the fact that 1, being the older, Stanford, - - Kentucky. SI. Jes- was, of course, In a higher grade." Chicago News. Oftlce John- Menu. Coal, Corn And Hay, Onler Ollleo and IVed Exclmnpe near. -t . C,ml Yard. Mill Itnll-ro- M. PHGLPS, IL U M B IE B9 STANFORD, KY. CroliiR. Stand. Sntltfiiotlon ft . lutoh J Uuiimnleed- HeiHit ';'", - Uv: '"' ' samine Journal. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. There are 15 horses in Buffalo with VIA GEORGETOWN. records of 2:04 to 2:15. They are being A. M r. m. at x. M. Lve, Somerset, Arl2 55 driven over tho snow. 2l00 35 11 31 820 " Jet. City, 315 Col. Simmons estimates that the 6 30 35 450 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9 30 09 300 earnings of George Wilkes on the ' 6 " Frankfort, 20 1155 o 5 80 track and In the stud were 8500,000. Arr l'arls 8 40 5 10 except Sunday Dally T. D. Nowland bought the C. D.DERCAW.O.P, A. Minstrel filly, owned by W. E. Varnon & CRESCENT. QUEEN and sold at auction Saturday afternoon, for $20. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 3 51 p ru 12 02 P in No. 2 North 1 South No. The lamb crop, what there U, Is a . ,ii 02 a in u. o "4 " ..... 3 J4 a in r,nnA no hut those whoknow say there 600am l are 50 per cent less sheep In tho coun No. 9 " ...... 8 20pm "10 " No and 2 do not stop. 9 and 10 run no further try than last year. than Junction City. Twenty valuablo Guernsey cows were Chester-broo- k burned to death In a Ore at Royal makes the food pure, farm, near Berwyn, Pa.,r.the towholesome and dellcloui. tal loss being 860,000. Hon. B. B. King sold to George S. Shelby a registered shorthorn cow and calf for 8135 and to Columbus Bishop a shorthorn cow for 8G0. Robert T. Ford, of New York, has bought Escondada, the Clay homestead In Bourbon county, 775 acres, for the biggest sale for years. Gus Macey has purchased farm, In Anderson county, about four miles from Lawrenceburg, and containing 100 acres, for 84,800. A Fayette farmer says feed salt to POWDER the sheep at a certain place at night loAbsolutely Pure and hang an ordinary lantern In the sheep will all cuddle tocality and tho gether and dogs will not molestJithem. A. W. Carpenter shipped to a MonROYM. PO0lR CO., hf YORK. tana party a couple of 0 and 10 months old red, hornless bulls, sold at 840 and A. S. PRICE, 850. He also sold the hog advertised at 3c. He weighed 360 pounds and Mark 8urgeon TTnivHn hnucht him. Dentist. George C. Graddy bought 1,000 acres WoodStanford, Ky. of the growing wheat crop In counties at 75c. J. OQceover Mcltoberts' Drus Store In thcJ'Owsley ford and Fayette Itnllilini. MH. A. Cohen bought from Alex Edwards Ex-Sher- over IIIrkIiis McKlnnev'- - tore SASH AND DOORS, LOUIS1ZILLE HOTEL Loulsvlllo. Ky., AMERICAN & Opportunity of Your Life m Another F"ntnro. Old earth was a Paradise, life was a ht dream, And cloudless the soft, azuro skies did twinkle While, brightly tho love-llsand gleam In Lydla's eyes. Now earth is a wilderness, dark and forlorn, IJfe Is but burdened with woes, For alone In my anguish I silently mourn PUBLIC SALE! Guns. Coppor Still and Tlsturcs. I wilt ll at luibllo auctlou to the holiest blddir In Staiifonl, Kr , on 50 l.arrel flourliijc w HVJ't'lvii..' of wheat and corn for aide Mill runiiliiR nt full time und illMKHlwrof entire out put Ins liouli! aatl.fiietor. jirhi. The plant mill nl u III In Mil to Iki iiinnTliiteil tit henltli force- - me to quit the Imrenln llrt-ela- s. utt-io-i- .11111 Willi l.U'.iHU. .. mitirit. milling hu,liii". v v- - ''VvXiwovif' " HuHtotiUU. Ky. EUROPEAN Monday, March 14, 1898, At 1 o'clock, l M., 0110 Single llanvl Shut dun. Klied 011 Hullaln crrefc, dwloy county, Ky . ami oiie."Kcall'jcr Wlncliwlcr ltirte. cUcd on Cloier . l","l Fork, Harlau wmn, Ky , l.y J. Still W orw IViuty Collector, and one li- - J M Carter, I. C urar O. K . I. il Cap wUe.1 and b.n Uvn forlellM coin Co.. sold as .ro Idnl l'y bet 3 11 o( Stale and inl tho revKd Mntutcs of the Cnltrd sA"tT'v,lT,.,t O'er Lydla's "no's." Brooklyn Life, 1 I Coiultntlrcnvna Soniew here I Hicks I believe in phrenology. believo that certain bumps on a man's head indicate a bold, aggressive disposition. Wicks Yes, such a disposition on the :Ii)reau.l, Mih., part of some other man, especially if the bumps are very painful. Up To Date. 1 Cpir t'"' 'ol. lolblW llu The Ladios llctttaiirnnt is the tlnost in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending the day In the city. (Jeiitlciu-ii'Cafe on otlice lloor. s FIRE INSURANCE THOMAS A. MULLICAN, Mnnugtr. Music -- '1" IVp. Col-M- Ky T.iosJav.Tuursdiy and Sunday Evening. Insurance Company OF HUOOKLVN. FHENIX of tm. WkiK OAIUNO 8S5,-00- 0, U.D. SIMPSON, I'ror. Caledonian : who Lancaster, : Kentucky. THE is wearrsaniely blase, "is one of the Scotland. Newly furnished, clean beds; splendid Co., lerv few guinea that do uot fatig-uPorters SOffll'S GREATEST SYSTEM. Evetything table me?" S9 I'OUNDICD 18O0. trains. meet "What is the reason for that'." "t never learned to play it." WashPUNCTUATES ington Star. SPRING, 1898. EIGHT GREAT STATES lie ne It Freely. STANroltli, KY. "This woman claims thatyou stole a Kvntuckr. Teiinwe', Vlrplnln. Oeorj;ln. kiss from her on the public street." North n nd South Cwnillnii, Aliihiium. said the judge. thlnK The llluo Ora.HNuiurleiolTerever . "I'm innocent of the charge, your for Orchard. Onrden. Lawn. N honor," replied the prisoner. "I never strawberry and general nursery CutnloRUi's Urxdortolcor, Sleeping .Kentucky stole a kiss from her; on the contrary, onl.pl.culontOnrinuKNMFVFUi Hnatonvillo. 1 gave her one." Youkers Statesman. Lexlncton. hv. (102) Tolepliono 2OT. ple o Offers his fervlrc. lo the lletwven IxiuUvllle anil tho South The Itenl. anJ Caey counllen hull stock ol loransand CaUThe llrnxon. "Uolf," remarketl the MRS. Mason Hotel first-class. Southern Railway Insurance Trees, Plants, Vines. Ap-ntn- R.B.MAHONY.Agt., MU-.l-.lj'- t J. T. SUTTON, Through Cars Mr. What's Clara? that mess in the sitting-roo- v Mrs. Oh, the children were playing cleaning house. , Mr. Well, don't you let 'em do it again, they're too infernally realistic. Chidjg-- Journal. A Difference. "Hasn't he gotten through with what he had to say?" inquired thetnanwho had been asleep. "Yes." replied the friend next him. "But them's no telling when he will conclude." Washington News, A Touch Suit. Smartfellow (anxious to poke fun nt an old maJd) Let me see. It's a long time since we last met, Miss Antique? Miss Antique A ery long time. How well that suit of clothes has hung together ! NJXVeekly Kxtremea. THREE W. DAII-- Y G. V TRAINS atsalwaysoti baud l S. Carenter. Manager. 9 Each way between iAiuUvllIeund I.exliiKton Washlustoti. 1. C. W. !l TAYLOE. A.. .,,.. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., Ia)uNvIII, Ky "BIG KOUTI Th Pi :db,. im Stanford! Ky. 1enttnt Lancaster street at Residence. Office on f i, w. b. PBanrz", i J.G.JtfcGtyW ing Athertonvllle, about 2,000 are being fed, where heretofore 5,000 or cattle are fed each season. Indications of a big tobacco crop are unmistakable. More plant beds arc being burned and more inquiry for tobacco seed are being made than In many years. Indeed, farmers who have .it i.i ni..iin iMiiainir for several ' years arc turning their attention to a revival of that inuustry. G,-0iu-ru- hogs and four heifers, all at 31. Woodford Sun. E. A. White, who attended W. O. Frl-daAlexander's sale near Shelby City tells us that yearling and mules sold at 830 to 850; horses Im 81S to 875: shoats 4'c and farming they sell lor plements higher than new. The shortage of slop fed cattle In Nelson and adjoining counties this season will bo fully 60 per cent and at the distilleries in Anderson county, Includ30 850-pou150-pouv, two-year-o- ld Ih Receiving li Fall And TOLEDO AND DETROIT Vinicr GoodH. All Point In Michigan CHICAGO. Goods Warranted. HOUSECLEANINC TIME when Spring's fresh verdure, ami the ear-lprimrose and violet on the lawn shames .:..:.. M miriinl mill IlinkpA Oil feVolt Ht relaying it. is the time thnt the soul of the houewife long for noincthing new and f resli for her floor covering! When we are selling new and handtonie styles in car l)et. rugs and matting at such low prices is the best time to secure tliem v Utl Uuc laiiil 4 Kroin "While Cltr ST. LOUIS. ATolillog the Tuntitl Iteit Terminal btatlon. Sclal" Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. JOII.H 11. CASTLV.UAK.' BOSTON. Wagner ,U. I.AKIUM. Life is mingled Joy and sadnoa. From tho graveyard coming buck. See tho small boy, mil to with gladness, Hanging on behind a hack. Chicago Record. Mi'lnK Can. lluflct 1'arlor Car. Wa?nrr Slejln Car., I'rltat Ounpartment Car., Clraiit Coache. and Uln luH NEW YORK. Car. FOIl HIS STOM VCII'S SAKI1 W. W. WITHERS, INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Stanford. - - Kentucky. IJrniii'li Store and Undei taking Outfit al Uu.tonville. Ky. WAllllKNU. LYNCH E.O.McCOUMICK, Trafflc Mi?r A.. ien. 1'hm. A Tkt. Agt CIS'CINNATl OHIO. He.ureyourtlekct.rca.l rla "HIO KOL'U" Farmers BanMTrast OK STANKOUU, KY. Co B3BBEE & C&STL-SM3- E. MAX.Uil.ltS, SUBSCRIBE NOW TIIK ! Surplus, Pild up Capital, $200,000 OC 17,603 80 charier, ar a Oommcrco Building, Louiavillo. Ageiils Tbrouthout the outh. TJETD 8RTAEER And 1 Dealer in KY. HABITS 33, SADDL3BY, SO. .STANFORD. itt ; 11 JT: 11 lf V 4ifif ; iVVTTj siriTx W ! V fV '! i! E:! I: j. ijf ll$f fj?fjf tjrii4rjljrij?lj?i THE POPULAR ji'tlMf ..WVVV. f?4pTTTlbj?TTTT'i'X I & u ell at . Tuowhiv GO steers to Samuel averaged 1.335 pounds, und li. Thoy also sold to same party 20 that weighed 1.150 at 4.15. These cattle putcjon 330 vinnnd mush In 115 days on cotton seed monl mid hulls. Ellzabcthtown News, which also reports sales of 150 and 50 extra ' May delivery at 4ic. Twice heavy for many cattle are being fed in Hardin , a muii o- h- lis pcrv"4 Pick-Me-U- WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. Kn- A Straight Democratic Newspaper. dorsed hv the lat convention as the Olllcial Organ of Democracy.- llr ftiiit tbo luuki, at arodcHiillor In Nationalliable lo liHlirl.l.iallr U .VawhoWen therein at anioiiiitof tlulril.Kk tlieexu-litoftliluudilltioii lo Ibe amount eiitor. li mar act a as an IndlTlJual. Hiom wbo TendtrliiKour tbauVito their tm.liieM to u, nctru.t thoy will rout nue atto do no, and we oiler as a guarantee for prompt tention to aame our 20 yeara exvilviit In ".". Initaud as liberal aiwiuiiiodjllunii aart cnulileul with Muud bankliK- proTldona of lt V7". &. THIBBL3C, -- IhI Agent,- KlCNTUCKY. .rInvalue ihereof, uth ahann Stanfokd, 37' "J take it as a medicine." "And you ain't no bloomiu homeo- - 24 HOURS trniiisof li. DiaacTOKS. WWWWI.couniy v...w. path, either." A Sdnly In A .. ,WWg :tpww. ,"" f.i :! 4U aJU mUm TICKETS FOR THE LAUNCHING. jl llfWf lSsjWj On account of the launching of j. the battleship Kentucky at Newport News, HITcctiiiilly Cnrrlcil Out. Vu., Thursday, March 24th at 10 A. M., Jiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiitiiiliiilllliBVv, a Hunting I understand IhutTenspot 5 SW tie Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., will sell carries out all his good resolutions. t..ir tinknt from Lexington, Larkins He does. He carries them Winchester and Mt. Sterling (and cor- - out and buries them. Louisville a ...... nil rvn. f..m . ....,..! T:l' m" responuingiy iu Trbw &TPWWX Ho only asked her for her hand; Her heart she'd give, she said. Ho went to got her father's ear. And got hl foot Instead. Yonkers Statesman. nit tn ni-- . For the Free Coinage of Silver. For tho hlcago Platform. For the Democratic Nominuos. For the Interest of tho Masses, t Telegraphic News. Late-- l State New. All the Lnten Mmket Heporth. Correct Couit Correct Maikct Reports. Reliable Nows Reports. Honest Lditorial Policy. All the All the Litte-- J. J. Williams. Ml. Vernon; 1'reacbersTllle; W. H. Cumiuiii", J. II. Jwlf . .1. S Owsley, Sr., S. II. blianks, WlllUm Ooocb, 8 J. J. J. Ilmbry, K. I.ytni. A J. C W. CariK'nler; RotitO run through to.lnrkboiivilluniiil New Orleans In 'J4 hours troni Oinciium- ronil-liPi- l. Tho I'lnriilit A New Oricaiw i.imituil tin? Qucon & Croscont N. Meuufec. ornciRS. TBller S. H.SbanVi. l'rejideutj J. I). Ow.ley Cash er; W.M might lJ U ..,,i FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANIOUD, KY. Tlii'HO fnt trains nro of the finubt tyno, luxuriously fitted, nml running on u perfect round-tritickets Winter Tourist on sale throughout tho North. An elegant Mirvlceof Cnfo, I'arlor. and ObHervaiion Cum on these trains. Double daily train service. w p Courier-Jo- ! 2 W'f'f . . 4 date Lexington at of sale. Trains leave 11:25 a. M., and 8:50 i M., and arrive at Newport News 11 A. M. and 5:50 l M. next day. Berth rate 33.50 through fur double berth. Send In your names z to undersigned at once for sleeping car ( suaco. George W. Barney. D. P. A., C. &. O , Ry., Lexington, Ky. . mr x ' '.f.'l VK.VNK J. tr.KI, Liberia is the lund where clocks are almost entirely dispensed with. The R. JL UAC'OV, LonUtllle. SJUi D.l'.A., exactly at 0 A. M. und sets ut '( iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir ' sun rises G i m. throughout the year, und is ver- ! .! l t t & i trains of Tuesday, March 22nd. ' ots will bo good seven days from tral KentucKy townsj ii urnal. uu i- - iul Tick- - ""' On (lie WIiijj. The Weekly Dispatcli And The Roth Capital Stock $100,000. He (enthusiastically) This cook is a J bird! She ics. A Yes, a going 1o leave The yours The teems bird of passage. Tovn Top- She's Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, VVv I i! Pi T? . Landlady But why do yqu call the masonic room? Boarder Because 33 degrees to be its limit. N. Y. Journal. Good itrnion. 0no Yoar For Only S2.65. The Daily Dispatch A f .i1 ) m. i i What are. you doing In the pantry, Tommy? Tommy Oh, I'm just putting a few things nwny, gran'ma. ticlllly- ovurhead.a-Daily, except Sunday, 0 months, $3; Lnpaua Llniruac. r: I jcarffl. Daily, with Sunday, 0 months, . .... I . 1.. ... It J . .. .! I.nir tongue. Physician Put out your rnc WU0le OI pain is iu3 "" " 4; 1 year, 58 Patient Oh, doctor, no tongue cando f Mlarjroaa Texas, the hater having THE DISPATCH, Address, justice to the torments I am suffering. Louisville, Ky. Enquire Within. Grnndmnmma. Tit-Bit- s. i . Truthful Tommy. XEWSPAl'KR METROPOLITAN Thoroughly Kqulppcd "with Kvery Facitity lo keoirt you daily posted upon nil the events of tho world the pnnl.lotn ol tbu National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by tbo gimkholderV liability lor n m.inint equal tn the stock ao that deposltoriofthis lnitltu. .worn twu arusecuri"! by u luud 01 A",iwvj. statements of tbo condition ol Ibe lliuk are made United Stale, lioiurumcnl and Us e.ich year to tho assets aro examlnril at staled times by gov rument agents, tb in aocurlng additional anderlet salet. to deixisltors. Thisliutiiution nrllnally cstsbllsbed ni tho Pe posit Hank of Stanford In ls.11, tbeu reorganinii a the National Unnk ofStautord in 1SC5 aiidngaln norxiuilzed as tbo First National Hank of Stanford In lfs'J.hai had practically an uninterrupted fur 35 years. It Is ! tter supplied now wit. laellltles for tranatllnt buslnens promptly and liberally than liter before in It. long und honorable rareer. Arroiitits of IndlilJuals, uduclarits,tirius atd Individuals solicited. exist-eiiC- Write for Information to W. C. Itinuarson, Surplus, $15,750 (.icn'l V.it-- r Ag't. Cinoinnnti, O. line Art colored LithoAttention of the public Is called to thp f.icttliat Send 10 cents for graph of Lookout Mountain and Ghicka-tuaiig- a this Is the only National llanU In Stanford. Un-d- "; ijmljra Anyone aondlnn a sketch and description mar Invention Is probably patentable. Comninnlca-tlon- s strictly contlrtentlaL Ilanrtbookon I'atcntl sent free, UMest nijency for secuHniMatcnts. Co. recclro 1'atmita taken through Munn Hlilmiif olmFiin 111 in ...!.. handsomely lllustrateil wookiy. jjimei cir nil. aflMltlHf, Imirlllll. rl0nilS. 4 ft yoar t four months, L goldbyall newadealorj. miUllnli nf A 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Desiqns Copyrights Ac. OIKKCTOaS. J.W. Harden. Stanford ' S. If. lUnshmiii, S.T.Harris, ' T Hill. J. S. Ilocker, "' " A. Trlliile, V. I'. Walton J.H.Colller.Crab Orth'd M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon K. Iteld, Lincoln Co.j Scientific American. wancn umce u r ci TBsiuifcv .! -- M, D.Elmore, blanioru. orriCKKS. J . J J, S Hocker, President; A. A. McKlnney, J J, McUoberl. CasbU ! MUNN &Co.38,B'Mda'' New York 'TV ft L MBV . - m tWsJt.- - - t t ,. &.- d -- - J- - .- - 'tMSft f.isWXU,.,,, .