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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898031801 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. ff ". ' ?P ft J;i ipif 1 SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. Y LANCASTER, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 18. 1898. NO. L. -- J KKZHKHHIii s 3 GOV, Ci McCRFARY AN Senator Funis- has returned home after making a good record as a law giver. He has certainly been true to his conviction, his constituents and his party. Mi-- s Fannlo, tho beautiful and cultured daughter of Gen. D. II. Collier, has been appointed a maid of honor in christening tho Kentucky. Mrs. W. II. Dutldorar. of Rowland, is here visiting friends and relatives. Mr. W T. West has taken charge of tiie postolllco and our mutual friend, Mr. John W. Rout, the popular and competent of Stanford, is teaching him how to run it. Mr. West having been a merchant for years, proceeded as soon as he took eharge. to mark the stamps at l cents - hours in jail against Mike Turner for being In court intoxicated. Messrs. J. I. Hamilton and J. S. Hascldcn applied for license to practice law, und Messrs W. 1. Williams and W. McC. Johnson were appointed examiners. The jury was discharged at noon Wednesduy until Friday. Cols. T. P. Hill, W. G. Welch and Hons. R. C. Warren and P. M. McRoberls attended court on Wednesduy. Court adjourned Wednesduy until Friday. MIOJDLEBURG. m &; I S ... ... ! '..".. - ....:..:::::": ! WHEN THE LADIES COME ..... til ! ill t..a. u ltlln cuut3 tlf t ItiliilPnllniti nil mil appreciate fII It ll..a will .UUl'g II nicy uuj CllnAo iui sizes lor the wnoie latum. All will need " I ' ;, f t l;.;-I A U; HKIIMfo 5sMOti We carry Shoes to suit every body, in Style, Price, &c. and Black. Our Lines of .' ii 'i .. Co'.ors: Tan 1 : IE3:a,ts Yll'.LDS TO SOLU ITATION AND NOt'Nl'BS KOR I'ONUKKSS In obedience to the requests of democrats In every part of tliu Eighth Con grolonnl district, nnd In accordance with my deMro to be of service to the ifbmocrutlc party and the country, In erltical and important times, I an nouueu myself a candidate forCongrosi subject to the action of the democratic party. A rt a loyal democrat, I have always supported the nominee and platforms funeral at the Baptist church Wednesof the democratic party und I now aup-lo- day at I l'. .M., Rev. T. II. Cumpboll the platform adopted by the last and Kid. (Jeorge Goweu oluciutlng. National democratic convention, held Dccousod was a native of Boonoe6unty, at Chicago. and located In thfs city abont 12 years I am Mncoroly grateful for the corago. He had a lucrative practice in dial eupori given mo by the democrats his chosen profession. Ho was 01 years of the Eighth Congressional district In old, a member of the Baptist church tho pan, and I havo tried to show my and loav.- - a widow and one daughter, appreciation of their coiitldence and Mrs. L. F. Hubble, kindness by unceasing cITorts to be a Messrs. J. C. Hemphill and J. M. faithful and ollkiont representative. Far ra went to Nlcholu-vlll- e Tuesday If honored by the nomination, I beMessrs. J. M. Logan and .1. Joseph are lieve I can, with tho aid of my brother In Cincinnati buying spring goods. Mr. democrat, redeem the district, and in Charles Frlsbto has returned from Los th future a In the past, my beat ef- Angeles Cal., and glvos a glowing de forts tdittll be given to the faithful dis- scription of the country. Drs. Carpen charge of all dutlos required of me. ter and Brown, of Stanford, were here J.AMKS H. McCltlCAKY. on Monday evening to see Dr. O'Neal Richmond, M,urch 13. Joseph Gaines has gone to Cincinnati to enlist in tho artillery. Ron. T. C. ABOUWVAR. Bell, of Hnrrodsburg, was here MonOno hundred and fifty torn of powder day and It is said that he has Congres ork to Key sional aspirations. It looks like each wwro shipped from New county will have a candidate. Mrs West. nnd John Lackey is sick of pneumonia. Tim n. n. .ml viilimtliin (if When circuit court convened on personal proHrty In the Pnltod States I estimated to be W.OOO.OOO.OOO. Monday morning Judge Saulloy dellv In an interview Mr. Clceland ox ored an elaborate, forcible and Instrucpresses the hope that tho crisis may be tive charge to the grand jury, In which A hoe which lie gave the character nnd measure of passed without war. testimony necossnry In their Invostlgu every sensible man ontortntni-- . Tho bureau of onllnauco of the war tlons and the various stops to be taken department has ooned bids for a large He -- aid that it is more important to projectiles Instruct the jury how to proceed la Its pupply of and for 12 million rllle ball cartridges'. investigations than to enumerate the Two line tighter: wore added to the otTensos for which indictments should o be found, as limy are well known to tho navy of the United Stated by the cruisers, for average Juror. Our new siioritl, J. B. of the two Brazilian which negotiation- - had been pending Sanders, and Deputies William Ward, Win. Broddus and Alox Walkor were several duys. From the Declaration of Independ- sworn in and went at once to business. ence to tliu present day, a period ol 12,'J Circuit Clerk J. W. Hamilton is learn years, tbti United State has waged live ing to o of business rapidly and IsJ . B. Ma-owars and In every one our Hag assisted by who was tho best clerk in Kentucky. Jailer Ross out victorious. Frank It. Morris fourth auditor of has gone to work like an old stager. the treasury ami a personal friend of Deputy Shorill' Ward opened court In a President McKlnloy, Bays them will be very Impressive manner, appealing to will pay an the Deity to save the Commonwealth no war. Spain, he Maine disaster. Indemnity for the and thot honorable court. Tho grand Sonator Mason received the chal- jury consists of W. T. Baughman, forelenge to a duel with swords wsut him man, H. C. Arnold, G. W. Durham, by the editor of a SpauUh lllnstratd Alex Lnyton. J. B. Kemper, A. B. so Brown, Sr., John Davis. Joe Fraiuib, paper. The Sonator says he will Hccepl. the Marquis before he Sr., Wright Kelloy, Curtis PWmto, it i said that Spain Is wllllHtf to puy Wjii. Broddus nod J. T. Aams. Tho Indemnity if it is shown that tfhe is in Ietlt jury is composed of J. B. Al drlrtgc, C. W. Mitchell. Sampson Archanywise resonslblo for th Maine Is also said she will demand er, D. M. Lackey, J. W. Vanderpool, but It that American ships leave the iolnit, Ziiek Simpson, J. II. Bourne, A. D. Hughes, (.. B. Robinson. G.T. Iliggin-bothaof Cuba. Cjrus Sanders, W. G. Andor-soWhen Suuor Bornubo the now SpanJames Clark, Edward Price. J. A, ish minister, asked Secretary Day why the U. S. was buying warship, Jones, W. B. Leo, JumeGuiun, Illnun tho latter is said to have answered that Hay, S. D. Rothwoll, John Mursoo, they wero to take tho place of a l S. Perry Nuylor. William Totton, Ansel, battleship destroyed In Cubau waters. Goorgo and P. W. Spuncer. On Moncable day Tom Wren was lined $23 and given A small pleco of mine from 10 days in jail for carrying concealed used in tiring a weapons. Charley White, colored, the shore was found within a few feet pleaded guilty to tho charge of hog of the wreck of the Maine and was stoallug und was given two years. shattered and twisted, showing that it Anderson Leave! 1, colored, was flucd had been involved in tho destruction. ?50 for scllingliquor unlawfully. Aaron "Ruthur my administration should Simpson, a small boy, was sent to jail be an Ignominious falluro than that it for one month on the chaigo of petit should responsible for an unholy war." larceny. James Floyd was acquitted of This was the declaration made by tho charge of detaining Martha Floyd Presldont McKlnloy to an Administra- against her will, although she arose to tion Senator with whom he was dis- give her testimony und became touch, cussing tho danger of a contlict with ingly eloquent when sho said, "I know Spain. that these words will go with mo to A naval battlo nowadays is the cost- judgment, and, before God, I havo told liest in all the history of wars. The the truth." On Tuesday White, Dunk-erso- n lleetof the United States opposed to & Co., a Louisville tobacco firm, tho lleot of Spain, in active engage- got judgment for $18 against Dr. G. A. ment for ono day (sunrise to sunset) Truylor on a tobacco transaction. On would cat more money than many of Wednesday before 10 o'clock fivo in It would cost dictments wero returned by the grand tho wars of tho past, to lire Sandy nook's mortars jury. Frank Riley, colored, pleaded $15,200 once. A shot from any of tho big ri- guilty to tho charge of r enlled Is worth SU50. In a and was sentenced to two years: Win, could tiro away$l,-300,00- 0 gagement live ships Buckner, colored, confessed to tho in amunltlon. charges of obtaining moiley under falsa stealing a shot gun, und For tho third time In, four nioatbs, pretenses and s was sentenced fo ono year ou the first bays tho llardstowu Record, John. was convicted of currying conceal- and two years on tho second charge. The court, imposed a fine of $.'10 and 24 ed weapons last week. and when stopped by Mr. Rout, said that he could not atTord to sell them at cost. It is hoped that tho new forco will be as kind and accomm'edating as were Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton and Mr. 12. P. Brown, who have just retlr-- J eu. After a brief Illness Dr. W. S. died Tuesday of puoutnoula. He was appointed a member of the State board of houlfh last week, and his resignation on Tuesday forenoon. A large crowd attended the al tele-grup- f Squire G. B. Clayton was down to boo his old friends lust week. The probable war with Spain Is the only topic here, though we have heard no expressions of willirigness to enlist. Most everybody seems inclined tondopt tho suggestion of Fontaine Fox Bobbin. The Central Kentucky Land Company has Issued a circular describing the hind formerly owned by 12. Zimmerman Co. Tho circular has a map showing the dltTcreiit roads leading to the laud und the villages along their courses. A little dog belonging to Brack B. Durham, the son of ex. Postmaster J. M. Durham, showed signs of hydrophobia Friday and had to be killed, and Brack has boon feeling "dog gone" bad ever slnco. W. R. Gootii seems to have declared war iu earnest against whisky at Mc. Kinney, and every fjood citizen of that section ejiould join him, It took the whole force to rid this country of tho infernal trallic, even with the courageous Rev. J. X. Bowling at the head. Rev. W. E. Foster preached at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Brewer, of Bradfordsville, preached several discourses at the Christian church last week. Rev William Holt N: Are Complete. tSTTrunks nnd Valies.iBS That Court do something on the 22nd. And iS ' TTn.d.er-wea,- r is cScc, going to u 1 , t CALDWELL fTM. -- St - t t i .! t i .i iiiu ijemi ugoiiou una irtirnismng uouse, 4 jqm bm ipi LANIER, u&hvilul,, e . GEN JOHN B.GORDON. When this grand old man was taken too 111 to fill his engagement here in October last, he wrote thut he would come in the Sprhig, if not before. A letter from his agent says that his health is much improved and that he will bo with us April 7th. when he will lecture at niton's Opera House. As this will more than likely be tho last year that he will appear before the public and doubtless the last time he will ever be seen here, our people will embrace It to give him an ovation. He is the last general of his rank who fought for the Lost Cause and his intimate relations with Gen. Lee and the other leaders in that terrible conillct make him a most peculiarly interestini character. Ills noted lecture, "The First Days of the Confederacy," is a fit companion of "The Lust Days" and is said to be even more interesting and 4p & m 4 fg 'a fm wi GLOBE SPECIAL DISPATCH, '.-..- ". lie, M K-i-, " Spr'.T.c, . WW V 1898. ) WrffWWJWW T lo c'.L 11 T ciir ortc-us- G ? .c n. Pi itenjerc: cr.s tWlta -- , .c..-.t'-- : W our Hcr-.dosm- Ui"L... ,zz, "I . Cl cii line sf .'llctt'o, Estjo' ct.z ". f Ji W 1 t 1 V W V WW .f l rn(.'L.ri-.- - c;-.- ri i-- c-. ir.occ; ct-.-o 1 -- . ,' rou, ".v.cu. vc cc- -i m,c.r;c "ucur 1 iv: zo crscr. e r.cve art eteec.-- ; L'..c c- - C5c.r--.pL- ec. I I t 'I x Instructive. McKINNEY. preached at Tupkey Sunday night Rev. Middleton preached at Grove Sun day. The boys are having lots of fuu teas lug McD. Jones about having been bit ten by a mad dog. Jim McWhorter, his tormentor, says there was nothing wronjr with tho dog until after It bit Mack, but went oil and died Immediately. Mack takes the joke good humor-edlthough we are of the opinion that It is a little too serious n matter to joke y, armor-plorcln- g about. Preparations for a large crop of to bacco by the Grove farmers are being made. We noticed several beds when in that section lately, and were told by a i.'eutlcmun that al least 50 acres of the wood would be cultivated this year, Those people are all from a tobacco country and understand the business though somo think thai the soil out there is not adapted to the growing of The question of how to raise means to pay the current expenses of the church is agitating the minds of the Baptists here now. The church Is weak financially and there is a small debt hanging over it, and it is deemed the part of wisdom to liquidate it at will be adopted once. Some mea-ur- c at the April meeting to pay oil the debt nnd to raise money for future expenses, when a full attendance of the membership is requested. There Is not much sympathy felt here for the Hensons, who claim to have been robbed at McKinney. In fact very few believe they were robbed at all. They have always borne the reputation and it is of being tough .cltiens thought that probably their mission to McKinney at tills time was not altogether a righteous one, and if robbed at all, they got no more than they do. served. George Heiieon is the mini who John- Soard chiimedc killed the man Finley, whose skeleton was found near Rich Hill, this county, ome 20 T. S. B. vears ago. -- The sick of our town are all ImprovThose sulTerlng from vaccination are about tho worst oil on the list. None are dangerously ill. Justice CotTcy's court has been busy all week. Credit for all the shame Is due to the whisky business here, as the boys are said to have been under tho inlluence Of liquor when tho otTenses wore committed. Down with such a business! It lives only at the expense of every commendable trait of character. Miss Sallle Dudderar returned to her Rowland home Monday. Jim Hugh Williams left for Bloomlngton. 111.. Tuusday. Jim expects to make his home there if he can get regular eming. ployment. Mrs. W. R. Davidson und two little daughters lejt Monday to join the balance of her family at their new home in Somerset. Mrs. Jncob Hummelstein has returned from a several days' visit, to friends in Cincinnati. Mrs. Anna Dudderar Is visiting in Stanford. Mrs. M. V. Owens, of Junction City, is visiting her dauphter, Mrs. Ed. J. Tanner. Prof. J. W. Hall, of Shelby City, is here working up a Spring term school. He comes to us a stranger but shows recommendations from high authorities in the educational world. K. L. Tanner, Jr., and family left a few days ago for their South Dakota home. Mat Burge hus moved to K. L. Tanner's farm near town. He halls from Marlon county. Mrs. Geo. Hughes is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. II. Hansford, at Somerset. Clothing ! My Ready Made Stock will contain the choice things of the season and I will be able to fu lush tails in Men's Sizes fiom $3 to $15. A 1; I $ 1 (1 yv iiyi '.$ purely II An All Wool Suit, $5, 1 Boys' Suits from 7oc to J7.00. I I t t Tailor-Mad- e Goods to Measure, froAi i .1: : 1 1 8 iW1 ' I I Fit guaranteed or no sale. Men's Suits f 10 to 30 Knee Pants !): 1 1 T',1! Mi. ' 1 a Suits to measure. The Overgrown Boys lf1 jM , .1 that crop. pur-ctuis- !l 1 Who want yet to wear I nee pants suits and can't find them in irady- made goods now liave an opportunity never ollered the'u.' I am now taking measures and making short pants suits for $0 and long pants suits for iG. Look at our sample. 1 I . rd I.: J a hi H. . . J. IVIeROBERTS. .... I!) ,. ti dl-o- ha-co- n. Cherokee Corn Planter, Tornado Disc Harrow. ml dU-:nlu- r, n, . sub-marin- eub-inuiin- e II . V. Hillenmeyor, tho Lexington nurseryman, writes: The opinion is confidently ventured that the coming year will be cornucoplan In the largest fruits and disappointing in tho smaller ones. Presunt woather conditions do not favor, and the fruit crop of 16il was a total los by reason of the sovero frosts beginning on March 2.th after three weeks of charming weather, just as this. Should present woather long continue many elements of , danger aro added, atTocting fruits both large and small. In tho spring of 1S09 peach trees wero In full bloom about March 20th and tho crop that year was exceptionally lino, but an early spring is rarely ndvantageous to the fruit crop of Kentucky. Here's a mathematical problem which the Boston Post observer heard a bank messenger putting to a man of figures tho other day: "A banker found a $10 bill. At home ho gave it to his wife, who paid the butcher his account. Tho butcher paid it to the fiii'inm1 for a calf, and the farmer tiaid it to the merchant, who In tu.n paid it to the washerwoman, and she owing the banker a note of $10, went to tho banker and paid the uote. The banker recognized the bill as the ono he had found and which up to that time had paid $50 worth of debts. On a care-ful examination lie found the bill was a counterfeit." Of course tho problem Is, who lost in the transaction? 1 p'OF? SALS SY BY U . D . ESHFGHT.- Keep Your Skin Soft. Craig S ker I "He being (0 years old, und she 20, , makes it a very unequal marriage." "It Is not so unequal after all. You ' sco when he gazes at his pretty young girl wife ho is so happy that ho looks 23 years younger and when sho looks at his gray hair and wrinkled fuce sho is so disgusted that she looks 20 years older; so you see they are not so far apart after all." Huvu tin" most ujqirovnl FACE And IK- -t : LOTONS, Line of Porfumi".. Soup - ami Toilet Artlelt". on tlio Market. j' horse-stealin- g two-hou- The average rainfall in Kentucky last year was 4S.1U inches, slightly above the normal. September was the free art exhibit, The IIclman-Tnylo- r dryest month on record, the precipitaafter a slight unavoidable delay, is now tion being only .21r The average depth ready for visitors at tho Centre College of the snowfall was SA in. Tho average Chapel, says tho Advocate. It will con- temperaturo was 57. tinue dally, 8 A. M. to 8 i. M., until further notice. This free exhibit includes The Elkion Progress says two young best carbon and gravuro reproductions ladles of that town disguised thom-sclvof tho most famous paintings, statpary and went ou a begging tour und and architecture of tho world, to tho the result of three days' work was 150 number of several thousand,' chosen cold biscuits and a few pair of old stockfrom the greatest publishers. ings. The Cylinder cs Basting and Baking Pan. Yon can save Both Time and Trouble. Bast-r- Sot-tic- o tain one of these ; Oall at mv store nnd wo w ill explain how you can Tho Lexington Leader bays that Pey1 thro Jgh the juices whilo cooking. Congressman Colsou has had a board charge The roast is revolve of medical examinations established at ton Parrott shot and probably woundMlddlesboro, one at Manchester and ed a thief, who was trying to get in his house. ono at Liberty. - free of y MARK HARDIN. "'.i!PP' $&"' ,: JV 7 "".--- - '" r (ifcBSBHM imammmmmmmm ' MW ni . - -i vrz T" ;m i. i . .1 i, ,, iiUiaMM H ii i t n ,i ,., ,jt i hi im " mi ihi'iii niiiiy sn mi wHjSJi --i THE INTERIOR Stanford. Ky.. M f i n u lu il. i complimenting Gov. one woman physician in certain insti- ises to be one of the best yothold. Lau 189S posing party, for rel county will furnish two of tho conBradley, but at the risk of again of- tutions In this State. Repealing tho law requiring the testants. The admission will bo 10 and fending that class of citizens we rise to fine when 15c. for tho W. C. T. U. treasury. remark that he has rendered the State judge to fix the maximum W. P. WALTON. Dr. A, G. Lovell besides having val a great service In his watchful over- the accused pleads guilty. of penitentiary com- uable Interests in fire clay and line Creating a board sight of legislation. His veto messages penal in- building stone near here has also found . were all able and pointed and but for missioners and regulating the PAG-BSlithographic stone which may prove a of this Commonwealth. them more vicious laws would now en- stitutions The prent World' Pair, nt Chicago, In t very urnteful for what t)r. Ayer' Cherrr Raising the limit of appeal to the fortune to him. He is already in cumber the Statute books. Gov. Bradifcjt. while It jtnve lenstire to ttinn, ume lorHl nan done lor ut. nml ahull Vr,, ii with New York parties only took one ballot to nomlnato ley is a republican and a partisan, but court of appeals from $100 to $200, exIt liiiu 10 noi n lew n nil mtiirrct result 01 conMuutly on hand In the g tnclr visit to the White City 1'roplc were vv. sti: i.N, I'ott 'airfield,houne." Mr. I.. of land and who wired him immediately upon Pryor, of Me. and one to elect Judge W. S. luteil nlontt the mile ot wonderful exhibhe is able to rise above party and when cept In actions for division a notice of it printed in "The its tiythe new mnrvrl thnt met ihe gate Henry, Hon. W. T Ellis, of Daviess, he does, we are going to commend him u'.loline'nt of dower. nt every ntcti, nml ilul not realize ihclr Two year of doctoring for couch, two Stone." ezhntKtloti until they ilrontivil Into a year of remedies that cavea no helti, of and Hon. C. B. Poyntz, of Mason, elec- no matter w ho may bray at us. Prohibiting sohool trustees irom chair lu omc l.reeiv comer liy the lake, prescription that profited only the men Mr. Jas. Landrail) and family aro vis tion commissioners. They are excelnnd "cooled off." That's what, Iickhii the who interested, directly or indirectthem, and then a trial of Dr. trouble, in many cnc. Of one such cnie, Aer'wrote Cherry Teetotal, which lent men and their election guarantees The populists held a mass State con- ly, in any contract for building or re- iting at Pittsburg. Mrs. John Fish Mr I.. V. Mcvcl., I'ort 1'nlrilcld, Me., the very first done and effected helped from a complete vention at Louisville Wednesday, but pairing the fullest fairness that can be had wtitc. lu their dis- and children have returned from a viscure in a shutt time. The difference bes tween l)r Ayer1 Cherry Pectoral and all a prosttgo what it was for and what they did is it to her p.irouts at Williamsburg. tho new law aud gives it "My husband took a severe cold and other coiikIi medicine could not trict. cotik'h two jcntu 3RO lnut October time of stutcd than in tin comparison olbe better tesults. that its radical features deprived it of. not material. Of the representatives bill that win Miss Fannie MuJIlns visited friends in only the World' l'air, which we attended. This It has curcil Ihe mixt stubborn aud obstiThe s cough lasted over two year, vrns from this district not one is known become a law is the little one defining town this week. Master Luther Everybody knows that the the nate cae of chronic btotichiti and asth. by spittle of blood, and nothluir ma It specific fnnroupaud whooplutr Is ill with fever Mr. Edgar Aljustice is above a suspicion of wrong; outside his neighborhood. could be lounil to help him, although vori what shall constitute a lawful fence bright has returned from Danville carcouch nud colds and ous remedies were tticd Severn! doctor couch it curesof allthe thrtwit aud Iuiik all uffecllous no man stands higher in his section two more were consulted, but their tecrlttloiM promptly and effectively In along railroads. It requires tcsKnse to Senator Bkonsto.v should cease to rying his arm in a sling, the rosult of aflorded no relief. I'tnnlly, I hills, while as an ad than Dr. Ayer' Cherry now usud. .crticmcnt of I)r Aycr' Cherry Pectoral numerous demandshalf site bottle sold at i put up in make a spectacle of himself. The peo- wires than are commissionvaccination. Mr. ' Ed win Hansel was State Senator and railroad lu my iatcr ntid nrcllril unon mv im. half price w cents. . . .. about Authorizing the shenlT to collect In town last week. Mls Georgia Mil..i a lightiiauu iu kci a uoiwc anu iry it The ery effected by Pectoral InMote Ayef cure Dr. er. Mr. Poyntz made a reputation for ple do not take much stock in county treas- firt dose helped nhim and hi Ma mm. hooV Sent ftee, on request, by the Cute. school taxes wherever tho change artist, no matter how J. C ilctcly cured in ler Is visiting near Versailles. .Nut's short time We feel Ayer l ollicial Integrity and personal upright- ning l.nwett, Mas. may be his agility. uier has failed to qualify, or whore the Julia Colyer Is 111. ness. That such men will for the ilrst Board of Trustees deem It preferable A oout 100 people assembled at tie four years enforce the law robs it of The Legislature is dead and damned, for the sherill to make said collection. sink hole on Skaggs' Creek last SunCoiiicn half the terror that its discussion has but after all it did some pretty good Providing that neither husband or day to see Messrs. Marler and Moore we shall continue to hope inspired aud things. Wo may never look upon its wife shall testify while tho marriage descend over HOO feet In search of the for the best. like again, though we may look on exists or afterward concerning any com- remains of an unkno.vn person who wan THEunnouncement by Gov. McCreary worse bodies. munication between them, nor shall supposed to have been murdered near of his candidacy for Congress will be against the oth- there. Blood had been found spatterGOODNIGHT says either of them testify gladly received by hosts of democrats, ed on tho fence and coagulated In the Is a candidate for governor. Of er. who think he Is the one man who can he not road, but the case Is yet shrouded In The only new laws of candinot. "Nobody nint no lead us out of the wilderness. The ex- course importance are tho Gocbol election net, mystery for tho bottom of the sink hole William Goebel. Hon. Dip n)ing the Richest and most Mylish creation of new cellency of his past services both to the date" but the the Bronston prison commission act was not reached. Some newspaper Is an earnest of people aud to the party THE LEGISLATURE and the gerrymanders of the Third and man could get a sensational articie if what may be expected of hlra in the Eighth Congressional districts and tho he would visit this sot with his kodak. The fate of 75 bills now rests with Third and Seventh Appellate Court disfuture and guarantees him a hearty support from all who admire honesty, the governor. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. The whole number of bills passed by tricts. Integrity and faithfulness in a public Among the bills to be passed on by Fifteen shares of Farmers National otliclai. Gov. McCreary is not a man to the Legislature was 110. governor are the uoeooi rouuw-- c Every dny add bonuty and ulvg4tice to our doiwrtmoiikt nml our Suwk looks moio field and killed the bill creating the ...,, j Ti.inrnnd Bill, the Louisville Bank stock of Richmond sold at 3131. The Senate rush in without viewing the tH4V- fcJtil . ... John W Crookc, Sr., who ha b.en itivttinc thin evur huforu. he anotnerL,ouisviue circuit. juugsii. counting the costs and the fact that ,t),intai aK!(J, During the session Gov. Bradley M'llIMll IjIMIU? many otners 01 a min confined with paralysis 14 years, died at to yield to the solicitation has seen fit elation Bill and Richmond. of friends from all over the district, is vetoed 11 bills, but eight were passed or nhnnietcr. and he is using the veto E. B. Russell, aged jv for many proof that he is sure of the nomlna over him. years a leading Danville mcrchuut, newspaper stock- ax with avidity. The bill to relieve tion. Requiring all persons or companies died Wednesday. holders of tho double liability passed employing the scrvlcos of 10 or more Davison Introduced a bill granting a Gen. Fitzhugh Lee's management both Houses. In any mining Industry to pay pension of 330 per month to Col. John of this government's affairs at Havanna Circuit clerks will now have to give persons wages on or beforo has been such us to win the applause of the sheriff the jury list 20 days bofore said employes their J. Pond, of Porryville. month. If unable to every lover of his country. President court Instead of 10 days as heretofore. the Kith of each The young ladios of the Institute nt shall Issue due We have dune wonder for ihotis.tuds of people in ihe pstM who have taken adstockhold- raise the money they McKinlcy recognized that he was the NIcholasville have organised a militaThe Senate bill to prevent right man in the right place and sensi- ers of newspapers from being liable for bills to said employes.injunction or tem- ry company and are drilling regularly. vantage of our great ntluring aud now wo come to the front nttii with renew.! eiivr-giProviding that no to give you more good for your money than nny homo in this country bly kept him In the olllce to which Mr. double amount of stock, was defeated. They call themselves the "Maine porary restraining order shall be grant- Avengers." Cleveland appointed him. Gen. Lee Is A committee of republican members judge of simA grewsomo story comes from Oor-bla nephew of Gen. Robert E. Lee and is was appointed to prepare an uddrqss ed by any circuit or other In any action pending name. He upon "The Infamy of this Infamous ilar jurisdiction un honor to his illustrious It is to the effect that a Mrs. Dan outside of the circuit or county wherein dled from of burns, and her fought the stars and stripes for four Legislature." preside, unless it shall two small children were In bod with years, but now no man in the whole passed the Senate bill such judges shall The House of the plain-tif- f country Is more willing or ready to which extends for two years the time appear from the affidavit her four days beforo the corpse was disthat there Is no circuit or other covered. fight for them than he. In which sheriffs who comploted their goods. Latent creations I'l.iln mid fancy wenves. JH'w dre jurisdiction present at Samuel E. Bottom, of Perry vlll e term In 1S93 can collect delinquent judge of similarjudicial district where New Embioidcr!c. Courier-Journgranted Senator The the time In the died of pucumonla, aged 84. He loavi taxes. New Laeos. Valenciennes, Oriental, Torchon Ac Bronston's request to publish his the action is pending. a wife and four children, S. B. Bottom, Gov. Bradley, John W. Yerkes and New white goods Plain find Xansooip. speech against the election bill, but It other republicans held a conference of Lebanon. C. F. Bottom, of Silver Xew Tab e Linens and Nnpkins Ac. took the occasion to excoriate him for and POINTS. POLITICAL City, New Mexico, Mrs. James Cook decided to test the legality of the New line tif ladies' drevi skirtM. Illgj;et variety. his past sins against that paper and to prison and election commissions in the of Harrodsburg, and Mrs. William B. Now stumped Linen selling at city price hn4 recommended B. T Connnhnn charge him with quoting a He and lying Cecil, of Danville Tho deceased was courts. New line of Conete. at Lebanon. In the quoway for postmaster when he expresses his faith u devout member of tho Cumberland The governor appointed Dr. Ben New Hue of fancy and plain ho-- e tation. The Senator evidently didn't Letcher, of Henderson, to be a member Rhode Island democrats nominated Presbyterian church. Advocate. New cp'ring footwear, for nil, of any stylo jou haiiI. governor. He ought know the old lady was loaded, when he John F. Frith, brother of Mrs. Dr. of the State Board of Health in the Daniel Church for New underwear, to soil cheap. .pulled the trigger. W. B. O'Bannon, died at Brodhead place of Dr. O'Neill, of Lancaster, re- to bo a good roan. New line of the luleM hlylo in'reales and calicoes. Editor John L. Bosley cleared up Wednesday morning, aged about .)0. Though there were more newspaper signed. New line of Neckwear. Forty-thr-ee bills have become laws matters and now reads his title clear He had been a consumptive for years, men In the Legislature than at any time New line of Men's Shirts, Negligee, White and Oxford Paris but not until the last few months had in our memory, they threw away their as the result of the session just closed to the New line or Hoys' nud Youth's Clothing , gauzy story comes from Frankfort birthright by failure to have the ob- at Frankfort. About GO bills remain A ore of the electoral commission ho been confined to his bed. Mr. Frith Now iue of Men's Clothing nnd the higgost variety was a devout member of the Christian noxious libel laws changed. Emmett on the governor's table to bo acted that Kcmeinlicr our Tailor made Clothing nud .Shirts are the lntet on the market. may resign and be succeeded by a re- church, a good man and Orr, for Instance, cast his fortunes on upon by the executive. I.ook at our hrau new line of his death will cause regret wherever Among the important bills that full- publican. a measly tobacco bill, which received Speaker Beckham and Thomas II. the fate it deserved, Instead of doing ed were tho Chlnn school book bill, Hays, the latter of Louisville, arc he Is known. His remains were laid to and racing bill, rest at the family burying ground yessomething for the craft, which had the Bronston thinking of contesting with Hon. W. terday morning, after service by Elder It is the Chlnn mire food bill, the Louis counted on iilm!iliH In vain They enn'l w equalled this wYif the Oly tho lieuten- J. G Livingston. ville ripper bill and the local option P. Thorne, of Henry, for over thus. ant governorship. Auditor Samuel II. Stone was lu Cinbill. Under the Impression gathered from Gov. Bradley vetoed the resolution The nomination of T. V. Powderly to cinnati the other day and this is what the Legislative reports, that the guard giving Mrs. Cuswell Bennett 1,300, be commissioner of Immigration was Judge Klncaid said of him In tho En- THE section of the Martin law had been re- tho amount of salary from the time of confirmed In the Senate Wednesday by quirer: He was four years at tho Unipealed, we had an article In our last Is- Judge Bennett's death till his succes- a vote of 41$ to 20. Senator Chandler was versity of Heidelberg when quite u T. I). IUNEY, Maiuiitur sue deploring the result. Fortunately, sor qualified, but It passed over his ob tho only republican who voted against young man and was addmittedly the however, we were mistaken. The Sen- jections. confirmation. finest swordsman In Germany at that Hranch stores at Paris, Carlisle Mt Sterling, Hardslimn, Liiwrencehurg, ate couldn't raise a majority to pass It The Hon. South Trimble is said to It Is said that President McKlnley time, winning more renown In that reEminence, Georgetown, Eliznliethtnwu. Frankfort Matickpoit, Ind, over Gov. Bradley 's able veto and the have tho pledges of tho commissioners hus told Senator Dcboe and other spect than any American who had ever Inlaw ns enacted by a previous Legisla- for Warden at Frankfort. Representa- friends of Maj. Card well that he been abroad. He fought 2tl duels, 2.1 cf ture will stand for the present. tends to appoint Lesllo Combs pension which were successful and the other u tive Georue H. Bishop, of Newport, Is Combs the "draw.,' He fought the most celebrata candidate for Deputy Warden, and agent, having promised THE fat take of prison commissioner ed swordsman and duelist of Germany, of Old place hist spring. whlch the Legislature gave James M. Representative J. R. Mount, Speaking of Gov. McGreary's candi- Baron Von Hithn and established the is a candidate for clerk. Richardson, of the Glasgow Times, was ham county, says: The power of American will and uouragi. An agreed case has been made by dacy, the Richmond Climax worthily conferred. He Is a democrutie 1. tl lllfllll. 1lftl "rtl should be proud of the oppor- Tb till, uuu v,u.. UtflMll fllWVMt 0B ., ..,., (Mr people i.,u ...uh..u in ,,tt ,m w) lK, (u Jt t 1);uIl, w1, (h c.,,.i, j,t r fur () V.it IniailM thi prleo fighter from Fiirhting Creek and what the attorney for the board of sinking tunity of securing so uble a representa- ho had his nose cuteleur through cro- s- -, ,,,..,, ... ..,,.... , ,,.., ,. wln ,,.... Illlir. .,..,, fund commissioners and tho attorneys Tlll himh! will birnti n morii he doesn't know about prisons is a dis wise, but ran his antagonist through tive. Should the democracy of the ubvirlx'tit nn It will niiilri' iiion ell tn till tin- xurplenty. All the same he will get there, for the new prison commisioners under trict place Its banner in tho hands of the cheek, nearly severing his tongue unless some ignorant ollicial locks him the Bronston prison bill. The ease will- Mr. McCreary we reel satlstieu no win In two. The seconds stopped tho desJudge Cantrill Monbe submitted to in under u misapprehension. and tho perate combat, pronounced It a "dtaw" day or Tuesday and taken at once to bear It triumphantly to victory will be redeemed from republi- and corapellel the principals to lot it district H. A. SOMMERS, chairman of the the court of appeals. Climax ex- go at that. Kentucky Press Association Executive j Gov. Bradley approved 10 bills and can misrepresentation. The It le the ctt'Htei eroimmv If ni buy tin paint of u McCreary Its hearty supCommittee, has called a meeting of the vetoed 10 Wednesday. Among the latter tends to Mr. time appeals to same board at the Gait House, Louisville, at' vrua one for the benefit of circuit clerks port and at the Royal makes the food pure, rully to tho stanpro-- , who had retained $" fee In each felony ull good democruts to wboltsoBie and delicious. 1 I, m., March 22, to arrange the citimeeting of tho asso- - ease, another requiring railroads to dard of our distinguished follow gram for the next once puts his hand ' elation. Tho board will go in a body i transport bicycles free, to pay bystand- - zen, who, when ho plow, never turns back. At this to the launching of the battleship Ken er jnrors, to legalize elections in cer- to tho critical' tlmo In national affairs It is of tain graded school districts, providing tucky tho next day. Eighth disfor habeas corpus appeal and relating vast importance that .the a democrat. by IN Its sporting column, tho Louis to the maintenance of idiots. trict bo represented the district Is very vlllo Commercial prints this: '.'Mrs. Tho bills of general Interest, which We realize that with Jackson out, but If tho saved the life of i W. Godfrey Hunter are now laws, aro given In the aumnia- - close oven nomination Is given to Mr. McCreary tho late President Barrios' secretary of ;l ry below: war." This is making sport of a seriGiving fiscal courts complete charge he will win! ous subject, but it was doubtless placed of public roads. . MT. VERNON. !oWi&PH1rB in that column so that people could bet Fixing 2,000 pounds as a ton of hemp t'j on Its untruth and win every time. T Tr . instead of Heavy rains have stoppeu mo plows Providing for the" operating expenses and corn planting. Though there Is much less" war talk Absolutely Pur Washington, steady preparations for of the Houses of Reform. at Mesdames Georgia Rice und Cleo Appropriating &00 to mark the con- Brown aro In Louisville for it few days. any contingency are going on and If Spain doesn't ante to all demands, this federate graves at Porryville. The business house on Main street Requiring the analysis of fertilizers government will be in condition to YORK. belonging to Win. Weber, of ChattaROVAl BAMNO rOAOCR CO., M force her. But there will be no war. before they can be placed on sale. nooga, Is undergoing repair. Providing that public roads may bo Mark that prediction, us Col. Hill says Eld. Carrnlohal preached to u good worked both by taxation and hands. Sunday. Mr. "Watterson's terrific philippic Appropriating 8:10,000 to build a sew- audience at the Baptist church has done much for on the defunct Legislature is not en- er ut the Eastern Kentucky Insane Asy- This aged minister Hlds will b received to April IS, at mxni. the upbuilding of Christ's kingdom In tirely deserved. Its credit of omission lum. fur tho building ot the Now Church ut Mt. fully compensates for its sins of commisProhibiting tho sale, barter or loan this county. Morlfth. For further Information, pluns and sion and on the whole it was fully up to of any Intoxicating beveruge In' local Tho cojiMiet for building the court- specifications, iiridretfi, J. D. BA8TIN, Ewoll. Ky. option distrlcti. W i Bia the average of su:h bodies. house feilttJvas uwarded ny Judge WIN Abolishing the olllce of Register of Hams to Jas. Whlto and Win. Poyntcr. We are often taken to "taw" by men, Land Olllca and consolidating with This is a much needed Improvement. that they JOURNAL who are so blindly partisan own party the olllce of auditor. Tho gold medal contest at tho courttho can see no wrong In their of at least house next Wednesday evening promRequiring the appointment and no good in any member of the op- - Mar iS. HE BROUGHT IT FROM THE WORLD'S FAIR. And kept it two years. SIX V i soe-In- uu-d- cr school-house- antl-rallroa- d ex-chi- ef Mul-lln- iiccom-jinuie- d ia -- bur-prisi- .:'' 1'ec-o- "l Again To The Front The Louisville Store, Spring Merchandise Will be Sold Right. I It Was Bought Right and es u. the-effec- t THINK OF IT ! ff al - post-otfic- e. klnd-liearle- d. J pool-roo- m Carpets And Mattings, IWDTCTIO 1 IVXJLir,H OTOlrlE. Cynthi-nnn.Veraiullc- e, ! If Tour House Needs Fainting - ,...,. .i- ! 1 - - I PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. mi POWDER 2,2-30- m 4fBHHVLflLBb''5 brppP9 iiHiiiiiiH LHi9iH TO CONTRACTORS. wliraMjPPPpSBgPPPPjPPPpM -- " ' f tamuw.t 3 : Tlie IJookmnn charges the 1'ngllsh The American Monthly Review has nn The war spirit is particularly is publishers with a suppression of truth estimate of the extent of the exodus to In nnd around the Interesting oldstrong town Twice-a'Wee- k In the case of meritorious works by tlie 'Klondike the present season, and of Bristol, Pn. There was a sale near American authors. Here is the charge, calculates that 100,000 people will in- the town on Saturday nnd Stanford, Kv , Mutcii iS, 1898 the auctionthe evidence in support of it and the vade the Alaskan gold fields in 1S9S. It eer aroused the fighting blood of those Will liookm.iu's comments: "The English then adds an estimate ns to the ex- present by dragging into the light of And Every Democrat. Every Ropubllcnn, have a pleasant little way, wheuever penses nnd proflt.s of the great rush day a great array of old army muskets, W. P. WALTON. Every Man. they reprint nn American book, of re- after the yellow metal. That each man shotguns, cutlnsses and other warlike will want to Woman or Child who can rend read It. k moving from its title jsige all possible should spend on the nternge $GO0 does paraphernalia. He put these up for The Courier Journal Is a Democratic paper, C. O. 1M.AVINO CARDS. Owing to indications of lt source. We said not seem to be an overcnlciilation, but sale, and the bidding at once became sued Wednesday of It or elpht pages. IsamlSuturday of each week. tho increased demand for C. & O. Playsomething nbout this two years ago, it readies the grand total of $00,000,000. very lively. The auctioneer was not The Wetlni-d- ay Nsue prints all the Clean News, and tlie Saturday Issue prints Stories. and several English publishers at once Of this sum it is estimated that the rail- slow to take advantage of ing Canldthe Chesapeake & Ohio Hy. the effer- Miscellany, I'ootry. and nil matters of spetook umbrage at our remarks, and the ways will receive S5,000,0C0, the traders vescent patriotism of Co. has ordered another lot of 10,000 the crowd and cial Interest In tliu home. It Is edited by ubiquitous Mr. Andrew Lang rushed and hotel keepers, where outllts ore plunged Into n fiery philippic against Henry Wattersoti. dock which are ;nowr on sale at tho ' Plio'iilx Hotel ticket olllee In LexingInto print to defend his employers. But procured, $30,000,000, the ship com- the treachery of Spain. The old guns here nre two recent Instances of how panies for transportation $10,000,000 went off like hot cakes and the lot was ton, ut l. coins per deck, three decks You K"t 104 pood papers, or sl.x or eight the thing works: A new edition of the nnd for the transportation of freight soon cleaned up. One of the for 40 cents, or 41.150 per doeu. These, most endictionary of Quicherat over the passes in Alaska $15,000,000. thusiastic bidders, a worthy gentleman pages each, for SI less than ono cent a pu- cards are .10 cent quality and will be has Just appeared, and in it the Latin These figures are declared to be low named John Baits, bought all his purse P.r. INefuI premiums arc civen Club Raisers. sunt byiimil to any uddrccs 011 receipt g commissions are allowed dictionary of Lewis & Short, which and for necessaries only, so that they could pay for and immediately organ- and of above price with four cents per deck agents. Is a purely American publication, Is might be Increased by 25 or 30 percent, ized nn impromptu for postagu. Persons remitting 61. (0 SC.00 yepr demonstration. He Dally credited to 'two English scholars.' This so as to be made to iilude all the rigged himself up with a belt, an old Dally and Sunday, year S.00 for one do.uu lots will have thorn sunt alone, vear 2.00 is because the Clarendon Press, which money that will be paid out in the atarmy canteen, nn old powder flask, sev- Sunutir prepaid. Tills last lot Is going rapidly. reprinted the book after Oxford had tempt of gold seekers to reach the eral bayonets and the biggest of his 'antes contemplating euohio or whist L adopted It as a standard, Ut It go forth mines. On the other hnnd, there have muskets oer his shoulder. The other clubs should not miss this opportunity as a purely British publication. Much been n good many estimates made us to buyers lined up behind him and unto lay In a utook of fine cards at such AND TH the same thing happened in the case the amount of gold that it Is expected common impulse joined in singing low rales. Geo. W. Harney, D. P. A., of Capt. Mahan's works last summer. the Alaskan fields will yield this year, "Rally 'Round the Flag. Beys," while SEMEIKLY i INTERIOR C. A-- O , Lexington, Ky The English published it. suppressing and they range nil the way from they marched around the room. Their Roth one year tho fact that its author was an otlicer to $50,000,000. The smaller singing drowned the voice of the aucof the Unit' States navy. Consequent- amount is regarded by those qualified tioneer nnd practically put an end to ly the Temps, of I'nris, spoke of Capt. to judgo as being as much to smnll ns the sale. We have made a special clubbing arrangeMnhnn ns an English nnvnl ottlcer, and the larger is considered to be too great. k Courier JourItls said that the good people of Nilcs, ment with the Lieut. Fitch, the American naval at- Probably $30,000,000 would be a liberal Mich., nal, and paper and ours for have a great passion for sliding the price will send that our subscribers who to all are Inconvenient during the day and wherca spark wan rather cautiously ap- tache at the embassy In Paris, had to estimate. No one has plnced the output down hill. That young and old, rich will renewnamedpavlu advance, or toull new and destroy rest at night. Thev make llf,. plied, and the Hwd;r allowed to burn write a letter to the Temps in order to at anywhere near the amount that will nnd poor, will pav In ndvance. who Samengage in it, to the detri- subscribers of n misery instead of u biting. They ple copies make it correct this false ascription. bo expended by the gold hunters In sent free on ment of business, socinl demands or application. nlTect many jhtsohs after they reach ' on the hearth. Judge Hllborn is well As we said about two years ago. this reaching the mines. It is not at nil spiritual All subscriptions under this offer must be wie ago 01 to. ami are usually accom- Informed on all matters pertaining to welfare. Especially is this W. P. WALTON. panied by a decay of vital power. the nnvy.'nnd csjuvlally alnjut powder, sort of thing is neither just nor even probable that any such exhibits will true Sundays, as the following will sent to Stanford, Kv honest, nnd we hope that American auThey can be deter anyone with the gold fever from prove: Wending his way to church a because he has been giving that particthors whose books find fatorln English trying Ills fortune, for it is always "the few ular attention recently in connection Sundays ago, a minister noticed eyes will insist upon nppenring ns other man" that will not "strike It with his committee labors. that nearly the whole village was coast BELraSDEBFEf TPEffHITE Americans, nnd thus gain for their rich." Still, the chances are that not "t have u(Tcrcl from ilUontcml kldneji and ing. He entered his pulpit nnd was Many of the counties In Kansas nre country n credit which the English in one in fifty will ever come back with Irritable bladder (or tcrerat vrars ami liar a pleased to see that his pews were full, variably begrudge it." tried many remr.Ur in huiw of relief, but ail contributing money in n generous man competency that he has dug from the unci he congratulated all upon their railed until I obtained a umule ix ( Dr. tier to defray the expense of collecting frozen soil of the inhospitable Klondike piety and ability to resist K.ibb. Spara u Kldnev Hll. Ther .rate me ., credltubleMate exhibit at the Trans- An interesting Inw point nrose In n the temptacountry, while the hardships of the tion to ucli rcllet that t Uiuclit a lull U)x and liico XHItlon. Ill the western Tennessee cne (Fink versus Evans. 05 journey nnd or the life there will shat- the Ice slide down hill, especially as ulnir it feel ,ke a e man. My back .M was just right. No sooner hnd ceaed aehmir, my rest i no Ioiumt dlturled part of the state along the Arkansas val-b- y Tennessee, 413). The suit was brought ter the constitution of many a man he mentioned tlie fact that the hills riiirnr at night time to urinate, and I never i.,. I't,,.,,,,,,,, to recover for personnl injuries sus and Great Bend (eli tetter In my life. I .hall always (eel who will return an invalid for life, if he were In good condition than those neartrrateful (or the tfcxM your medicine hat done are preparing exhibit of the resources tained by two dogs in a head-ocollision returns alive. est the door quietly slipped out, to be with a passenger train. The question SSCourt St., LouUvllle, Ky. of their respective counties. Hutch A class in economics in n western followed by the rest at short Intervals, inson and Lyons will make an interest- arose whether the engineer was reDr. Hobbs quired to blow a separate blast for each university hns just been struggling until within ten minutes not a soul reing display of snlt In vnriotis forms, with the problem: How would you mained. Later the good pastor could while Sterling will show Its corn prod- dog or might whistle to them collectiveucts in the natural and manufactured ly. Judge Wilkes said "It Is insisted spend $10,000? There nre 25 men and have been seen sitting on n nenr-bstate. A picturesque exhibit will be by the plaintiff that, while the whistle 11 women in the class, and they nnmed fence, delightedly watching his congreKidney mnile by the fruit growers of Leaven- was sounded, it was intended for the 14 different objects of expenditure. gation while they pursued their favorIOII S.U l: AT worth county, and the large packing whole pack, and not for the three dogs Education was declared to be the first ite amusement. houses of county will con- that were run over. This, however, purpose of tlie majority. Real estate Senator Mason told a good story retribute n line display of cured and seems to be a mere opinion of the wit- was the most favored investmont. cently in connection with the immigra GUARANTEED. STANTOIU) KV , ennned goods as proof of the. impor- ness, ns he was a quarter of a mile Twelve student wanted to travel, seven tion bill. Tlie senator took a tance of the Suntlower state as a meat away from the plnce when the whistle proposed to spend some money for the northwest not long ago, trip into visiting n A. 8. producer in connection with the great was sounded, in nddition, It would books, the same number made nn ap- section where there nre many immi we think, be requiring too grent diliand growing southwest. How cHn it bei done? Simplicity in propriation for "pleasure," and four Surgeon gence for the engineer to whistle for were willing to devote a share to "char- grants from Sweden and Norway. He construction nnd not belonging to the Dentist, was in the restaurant at a railway dep- Typewriter Trust result in nn honest "There is one enjoyment that we may each particular dog, TfifflfH and more especially ity." So far us it went, it was an inall alike enjoy," said the man of modot and observed the conductor cf the honest price The Biickens-derfe- r as he had no means of informing each Ky. is tlie only high grade machine at erate means, "and that is the wnrmth dog that any special whistle was sound- structive exhibition, ami the only thing train come in nnd purchase something needed to complete the revelation of to eat at the counter. In reasonable cost. It is built on strictly OfBreorer McltotwrU' Dru Si lore In Ihe'tOvtler of returning spring. I can always tell some manner ed for him." llnlldlnc. their characters nnd training Is that the conductor dropped his commuta- scientific principles, and of only the best when spring has really come by seeing nnd most durable material. An odd little negro woman, Mary the same students should answer the tion meal ticket upon the floor, ami n somebody standing in front of a buildSome distinctive features, visible wor, 2331, interchangeable type, portability, durabiling, where he Is sheltered from the Craj croft, is u mnscov a wedding mas- correlative question: How would you sturdy Swede who wore wind, enjoying the sunshine of the first cot. She is now probably 50 years old, prefer to earn $10,000? boots stepped upon it. "And do yen ity, doing away with ribbon nuisance, un varying alignment, unexcelled manifold really gentle day nfter winter. There and for the Inst 25 years there has not know," concluded the senator, "that ing. S4 separate characters, etc., etc. A new departure In festive gatherings Is a mellowness about it, a broad, great been a church wedding in Jefferson, is the only typeThe B icken-dorfhns just been inaugurated by the bach- when the conductor picked up that geniality, that is unmistakable, and Ind., which she hns not nttended. mod- elor girls of Duyton, Fla. The girls ticket he found the Swede had punched writer receiving highest award nt World's Fair. Improved since that we accept with grateful hearts. It estly taking her station in the rear of gave a "dove dance," in which they $3.40 out of it!" Send for catalogue nnd testimonials. pervades us with present comfort and the church, but just as Mirely seen, proved that the presence of : 1 K men Is by There Is a more intolerable nuisance gives us much promise of the future. not only by those near her, but by those no menns indispensable in Offlcaan Laariifteritrrcl at lteldenre. MOORE BROS , GEN'L AGTS. tripping the in the theater than the big hat. This The glow may last, on the first day, but who have the wedding in charge. light fantastic, as not a man was there. nuisance, says a Boston exchange, is 125 E. Fayette frt. 21SFst. N. W. a little time; it may be chilly before Were Mary missing, says a local corre- Half the young women wore the se- the late comer. Sometimes he is alone; Baltiii.on Md. Washington, D. C. and after. Happy Is he who is. abroad spondent, those who have tlie least su- verest of tailor-mad- e black gowns, with he has dined henvily; he has been late .Tho crack harbor, N now hack ut hit old on this day, and who happens upon a perstition about omens would rather t store-roowaistcoats, revealing a dazzling in deciding where to go; he saunters stand In Mr. Kbon's ready to give you n shave ami haircut All sheltered spot at such an hour ns to re- have forgotten their rabbit's foot. expanse of white linen. The other half leisurely down the aisle; his seat Is at needing work should en II on Mm. lie ceive it the sun's first spring greeting A telephone operator In a place near wore the usual feminine extravagances. least six places from the aisle; he apoloKy. OJ sure to please jou Onto Orchard, to the earth." New York city was ut Christmas the re- There were 20 dnnces on the pro- gizes loudly and steps carefully on male HOUTE. The Hcsl Line 10.111J from A Sullivan (Me.) man whose young cipient of checks for fl e, ten nnd a hun- gramme. The musicians were women, nnd female feet. Or he Is one of a theJT. son hnd hnd symptoms of Klondike dred dollars, n diamond pin, a dress pat- and refreshments were served by neat ater party. He and his friends como in TOLEDO AND fever offered him the neccssnry $1,000 tern nnd eight bove of candy; al- waitresses. The entire affair was a the full glory of evening dress, but they All Tolnu lu Michigan. though she vas known to the donors brilliant success from start to finish. come lute. There are people on the with which Hustonvillo, - Kentucky port 2,000 to start If he could trans- only by her gentle, stage, but the theater party does not respectful voice, her pounds of paving blocks CHICAGO. d . Frogs aud mice are developing an un- - see them ns it enters nor of West Lincoln j UOen hi lertlrc to the to Hardwood Hill on the airline readiness to accommodate and her op"White City Special " do those seatand Cucy rountlf. Full stock of Command CaskTerminal Statlou. road, between Fcbrunry IS and March erative number. When Dr. Holmes pardauablo desire to steal dowu peo- ed near them until the party, with ets ilwayiou hind. 1). 8. Crjenter. Manager. M g.ne one of his heroines the sole title ple's throats lately. Rev. J. H. Kelley, much ceremouj', is seated. LOUIS. 30, without the aid of horses giving Avolilltig the Turn el hint the privilege of all the hnnd sleds of "Number Five" and sketched her in pastor of a Baptist church in Tasa-denCal., fell asleep after reading, There Is still one state, Mississippi, he, too, proclaimed that he desired, nnd three square meals, BOSTON and, forgetting to close his mouth, was that does not observe Christmas as n ! character is independent of name or woman-cookeand WngUf r sits plu r"ar nearly choked by a mouse which legal holiday, and there is but one dny every day. The young nuui looked nt position, and has Its sure reward. strolled in. Luckily he had a bicycle, that is so recognized by all of the YORK the blocks, then to the east, shook his A Denver man has discovered n plan as well as presence of mind, so that states, and that is Sunday. The Tin-- : Fourth Hurt i 1'irlnr Cat. W'mjut SlwHins Cuandl'rUal head, and decided to go to school. 'Dlu irnu'iit Oir Mesial 0'iicito get a hog back into a pen vln the when he rode to the nearest doctor's he of July is ignored' ns a holiday in the Iiu' ( arr aperture through which It passed out. was pronounced out of danger and a laws of Minnesota, and Arkansas, KenA colored deacon, says the Kansas ticlets read via "BIG KOUH" City Journal, was brought before a His recipe in substance is: Get the little later the visitor was dislodged. tucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New o Mccormick, wakkenij. lynch church committee on n charge of hav- hog's nose nt the hole In the pen, then Hampshire unci Rhode Island do not Traffic Mgr., Ass. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agl Food experts In the department of ag- recognize January 1 as n legal ing "played the lottery." He admitted pass around behind the hog carefully, CINCINNATI OHIO holiday. get hold of Its tail and pull baeknshnrd riculture at Washington assert that, Memorlnl day is observed as such in 21 his guilt, and was asked to make a statement if there were any extenuating as you can. The animal will think you pound for pound, peanuts have a food states. EnA Strnight Democratic Nowspnpcr. circumstances, ns the brethren didn't want to prevent it from going in and value greater than beefsteak, and that dorsed by the Inst convention as the ten cents' worth of peanuts furnishes "Afraid of mice?" said a city woman, wish to be linn' on him. Whereupon makes n leap to ita old place. Olliclnl Organ of Democrncy. more actual nutriment thnn ten cents' In tones of ustonishment. "Why, I like he Informed them that he was merely After having had arrested for n mur- worth of almost anythiug else. This them. They nre dear little things. In trying to get money enough to paint the For the Frco Coinngo of Silver. church. Then he was asked to retire, der 17 "suspicious" men nt San Luis niny be true, but Iti is not everybody the fall numbers of the field mice make "flf tho Chicago Platform. For THE POPULAR 3? tJtPTlT For the Democratic Nominees. but presently returned to hear the ver Potosi, N. M the judge said: "Now who can get tiwuy with ten cents' worth their way into our house. I have had i IJlil!lil!l;lillH For tho Interest of tho Masses. dict, which was: "Guilty in a good unless the guilty man confesses I will of peanuts- at a time. In fact, that them sit on the rocker of my eha'r shoot you all." At this one of the un- many peanuts will 'ast some persons u while I was sewing." Where now are cause." happy group eon fessed that another of lifetime. the mockers at woman's courage? I J All tho Latest Telegraphic News. An entomologist snys he has known them did it; ho ndmitted the fact and All tho Latest Stnto News. ; ; At Burllngame, Kan., a woman who a common garden wasp to kill 1,000 was Capt. Slgsbec's apothegm, "It Is betpromptly executed. How sum- fears to have a gun about the house, All the Latest Market Reports. flies a day. If we have ever said any- mary! ter to know thnn to think," is likely to Correct Court Reports. finding her son's in the sitting-room- , thing in derogntJon of the wasp ami Correct Market Reports. become a permanent saying, remarks It is told in Kansas City that a woman seized it to carry it, at arm's length, to a facetious exchange. Yet , I his heated terminal facilities, we trust Reliable News Reports. t the trouble Honest Editorial Policy. ! that it will be considered as never hav- of an excursion party which was booked the piazza. Just as she opened the will remain that there are so many ing been spoken. Anybody or anything for hours' stop there delayed the door a tramp appeared there. He people who think they know but really Hint will kill 1,000 flies in u single day departure of the excursion train nn turned and fled, calling to her not to do not know enough to think. A ml The is worthy of all praise, and tlie wasp hour and ten minutes nnd caused the shoot. disarrangement of the schedule of the It is snid the Tartars have a quaint otJtlHjftJttH A New York Icily recently adverSemi Weekly Interior Journal, will henceforth be persona grata among Santn Fe the fraternity. custom of tnking a guest by the ear railroad from Kansas City to tised for her lost poodle aMaAa&Ma aIia3 Both Albuquerque, all because she stopped for a distinguishing mnrk Hint he when inviting him to eat or drink with A contemporary points proudly to the at n dry goods bargain counter. s had gold filling In one of his teeth. them. Such a proceeding is unneces Ono Year For Only $2.65. fact that Massachusetts governors do There are many poor children in that sary In this country. The guest genA Springfield (Kan.) woman put on not Interfere and pardon criminals who erally does the over here. are sentenced to death. Their pardon some of her husband's clothes to play city who haven't even bread enough to ! fill their teeth. record in cases of other criminals is burglar with her children, and when As nn Inducement to manufacturers A New York restaurant waitress, afequally In accord with the popular feel- she came from n closet her ro locate there Alabama has exempted METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER A Mi ing, that exeeutive.olemency should not daughter, who hnd taken a revolver ter meeting the eccentric son of n mil- :otton mills from taxation for n period S T T T S fUAMC J.HF.KD. Thoroughly Equipped twlth often overrule the seutenccs of the .'rom its hiding place, promptly shot lionaire, hnd b wait only ten days be- of ten yenrs, and a3 a result many f i Kvery Facility to keep! yon ut her. The bullet burely missed her. c fore marrying him. This circumstance courts. will soon be in operation In that ' ionuTiue. dally posted upon all the '' has largely increased the assiduity of stnte. events of the world Down in Maine J fcfrtfc! An exchange says that when Join. the girls who servo public tables. and one stnge Dnmm, of West Virginia, got mnrried As nn example of the sway which the Daily, oxcept Sunday, 0 months,, $.1; nre called with Sunday, (J months, driver says he counted 700 of them in the other dny he received a telegram 1 year )0. Dully, Morality is proclaimed to be on the bargain cra7e has over women, n girl t!? Vp vp J4j 1 year, $3 drive between Augusta and from one of his relatives rending: "As-ce- Increase In Anderson county, Tenn., a In Detroit Is suing for breach of prom-'"- . the ! Washington Mills. His breakfast was raugtntulatious of tho whole eltlren hnvin? pMd his tai:es without THE DISPATCH. damages nt $i Address, .'ires Damm family." being- sued for the first time In his life. " Louisville, Ky. Tell settled Icrjj fce're tanner tlm ffJin" must have been a job lot. Cali-fornin, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- I'mtctl on Powder. Ifo innn In congress can produce on short notice more dangerous explosives thnn Representative HIUorn, of the ranking republican member of the house committee on nnvnl nays the Washington 1'ost. While discussing the disaster to the Mnlno in tho committee room the other day Judgo IIilloru stated that the only explosives in the forward magazine were 50,000 pounds of brown powder. "Just remain here for a moment," odded the judge, "and I will show you some of that kind of powder." He hnstened to his desk In the hall of representatives and returned In a moment with n small paper package. lnw rapping it, he disclosed several small solid pieces of various symmetrical forms. Pointing to an octagonal-shapepiece which had a round hole through the center of It, he said: "That Is brown powder, such ni was In the forward magaJuc of the .Maine. I will show you how It burns Ir. the lire." There was a scattering of spectators as Judge Hllborn walked boldly to the fireplace for the purpose of consuming the chunk of brown powder, which burned and sputtered without making any explosion. Drawing from the inside pocket of his coat a long, thin strip of brownish color, he announced that It was smokeless powder, nnd again advanced to the fireplace, d Hobblng Aiiicricnn Authors. Klondike Estimates. The War Spirit. , the If it 4 Worth Printing I Si nf-falr- s, Courier dournal Print it. twlce-a-wee- h I j -- i i I r 1 ,. C PRICE gootl-payln- $i,oo a YEAR. m Latin-Frenc- h Courier-Journa- l, 1 1 1 1 TWICE-A-WEEE- K COURIER-JOURNA- f i JOUl, u $20,-000,0- TROUBLES CURED BLADDER FOR ONLY TwIre-a-Wce- $2,50. Courier-Journ- al i fi 11 1 ! j I J i i I ' .,.,,, '' "n, ""II V n ft PARAGUS y iJ: Penny's Drug Store, PRICE, Wyn-ilot- tc mm Mm, mm PRICE, $35. ik Y! 8 iu 4& 1 87 Stanford, m 6 W. B. PEITlT"Sr, hob-nni.'e- d er Dentist, Stanford, ib ROBERT FISH, m low-cu- llrst-eh- is I BIG 4 Ik-s- T. STJTTONT, Undertaker, -- ' DETROIT over-Inn- t ST. n, rose-colo- r, SUBSCRIBE NOW stnte-of-Mni- d, NEW t'-'- - WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. ft . V - &&&&&&&&iibi!bki!ii tri"t The Weekly Dispatch 1j rW wwwtl's " ball-heade- d ear-grabbi- The Daily Dispatch ld new-mill- s "thnnk-you-mn'ani- I "yes-mn'ams- ," 25-ml- le pt :! ,:. 2kJ?iTMi uui.ui ii m m " 1 : 4;' wrM $ ti'tMnt'; ! 3 1. WWWWWi4rjtttft; w w w w w ww w w ! - p If WHO FOUNDED W. C. T. U.? Olnolnnatl Enqulror Still Oontonda It Was Not Miss WlUard. Produce nocnmcnlnry evidence io Prove Tlint Mr. McClellnn Urown Una Tlint Dlnllnctlon nml Honor. The Cincinnati Enquirer prints the following in defense of Mrs. McClellan Brown us founder of the Woman's Christian Temperance union: "Mrs. Stevens, nl the oflicial headquarters of the V. C. T. U. at Chicago, in a special dispatch to lie Enquirer denies that Mrs. McClellan Brown, of this city, is the founder ol the Xntlonal Woman's Christian Temperance union and nflirms that Miss Willard studied the plan of organization and went to lloston and Portlnnd, Me., to consult Xcal Dow and others nbout It, and that Miss Willard was elected corresponding secretary at the Chautauqua, where in the summer of 1S74 the union was born. J VICTIMS OF INDIANS Skeleton of Young: Taylor and Ills nrlile Ilxhumed from a Well. From Wewoka, the town in the Seminole nation near which the awful tragedy was enacted in which three Indians were burned nt the stake by an excited mob of whites to avenge the death of a white woman who had been brutally murdered bv Indians, comes the story 'of the discovery of evidences of anotb-- 1 cr tragedy which took place in that locality main years ago. While digging n well on a large ranch of which Henry Jackson is overseer workmen found two skeletons which had evidently been buried there years you know that? Little Tommie Well, people nlways like what makes them glad, don't The Dear Child. Little Tommie Sister Lillian likes to NEW BILLS AEE ARTISTIC have you come here. Mr. Simperllng Aw, Indeed I How do Description of tho Latoat Monoy Mr. Simperllng Generally. How do you know I make her glad? Little Tommie I heard her tcllin' one of the other girls that she just had to laugh every time she looked at you. Cleveland Lender. to-da- they? y Iter Guilty Coimetenee. Mrs. Mumley And so you have decided to withdraw from Dr. Brierly's w if 8 amined the original call for the Cleveland convention, the original plan of work, and its copyright with Librarian SpofTord's signature and seal to the name of Mrs. McClellan Brown. The call for the convention at Cleveland was signed by Jennie F. Willing, chairman, and Emily Huntington as Chautauqua secretary. The local arrangements were made by Mrs. W. A. Ingham, of Cleveland, who with Mrs. Itrown fixed the dates November IS and IP, 1S74. The call shows unmistakably that it was issued from the ofilce of Mrs. McClellan Brown at Alliance. O.. Octo- "The Knqulrcr has consequently ex- mt it- - ti "Miss Wil lard's name does not appear in any document before the Cleveland meeting, nnd Mrs. Brown, who says she mute testimony that the skeletons reknew her well, did not see her in any cently unearthed were those of Taylor temperance meeting on the assembly and his young wife. ground in BABOON SCARES PASSENGERS. "The files of the Enquirer dating from February 17 to 2G, 1S74. show that (etn Loone In n Crowded Train and Soon Han It All to Hlnineir. Mrs. Brown cooperated with Dio Lewis In the smoking car of a train on the in securing a state temperance convend tion at Columbus. 0. The reports show Brooklyn "L" the other night a man sat near tho front of the liev. Dr. Russell, of Michigan, that stated in his speech that he was called car calmly smoking a cigar and reading there to address that convention by nn evening paper. At his feet was a Mrs. Brown. These reports show the large wicker basket with the lid fastfirst state organization of women to ened down. Opposite the have been at Columbus Februory 24 nnd man with the basketsat two laborers. A second later the top of the basket 25. with Mrs. II. C. McCabe. of as president, nnd that Mrs. flew up nnd out popped a baboon. "Wow!" yelled the laborers, making Brown was one of the leading workers a dash for the door. of the cause." With a chatter of delight the baboon PRECIOUS STONES. made a dive after the fleeing laborers Vnlnp of (he Production of the C lilted and leaped upon the shoulders of one of them. In nn instant the car was In Stnte. for 1M7. The value of the precious stones pro- nn uproar. The owner of the baboon duced in the United States during 1S97, tried to recapture the animal, but tlic as shown by a preliminary report sub- agile simian leaped from head to head mitted to the division of mineral re- and eluded its master. sources of the United States geological "Nostrand avenue," called out the survey by Special Agent George (F. guard, throwing open the door. Kunz, was $130,075, as campared with The quick eye of the baboon spotted $J7.S50 in 1S00. The principal items of the open door and it dashed out of the this total are turquoise, $55,000; sap- smoking car into the ear behind. The phire, $25,000; quartz crystal. $12,000; appearance of the baboon in the second tourmaline, $9,025, and gold quartz, car caused a mild panic among the passengers. Women screamed and exThe principal features of interest to citement prevailed generally. All efthe trade during the year were the in- forts to catch the baboon failed nnd the vestments of Euglish capital in and the train continued on its way. At Bold increased output of the Fergus county, avenue the monkey climbed down upon Mont., sapphire deposits; the further the tender of the engine and made its development of the turquoise deposits way into the cab, to the consternation in Santa Fe and Grant counties, New of the engineer and fireman. Mexico; the development of tourmaline When the train drew into Gates deposits at Mount Mica, Tnrls, Me., and avenue station the baboon the capwas the Haddam Neck, Conn., and the finding tured. The baboon was the performing and sale of pale nlmandine garnets from simian Jessie, doing a nightly turn nt a Cowee valley. N. C. Tho finding c5f Brooklyn music large quantities of gigantic quartz being brought enhall. The animal was or from Manhnttan to crystal (rock crystal) at Mokeluinne UiU, Calaveras county, Cal.. was also the music hall by her trainer, F. A. Gardiner, when the escaped from the of considerable Importance. The great increaFC in importations of basket. diamonds caused by the decrease in the TO GATHER VASTE POWER. duty on these stones was important, Company nt Snn Krauelnen That conthough not unloolml for. The to Turn It Into Klcel rle!t. tinued popularity of the AustraJian opal I'rince I'oulatowski la at the head of in the United States waft evidenced a San Francisco company which prothe increused saten of thidgem. poses within a year to bring at least 10.000 horse power from the waters now STRANGE AND SAD STORY. running to waste on the western slope Idriitit)' of Vouiik; Olrl lleveiileil ut of the Sierra Nevada mountains, in AlHer Pouter .'utlier'rt Death. pine, Amador and Calaverai counties, Mabel Davson, of Toledo, O., by means of an electrical line 1 10 miles a few days ago that her real name in length to San Francisco. is Mamie Bauman; that instead of a The water supply embraces the Blue widowed mother, tbe lias a father who Lake Watfr company's pystem, in the is a widower; that her dcarctt chum, rt.xjve nnmed eounticrf, which consists whose eyes she closed in death a few of various natural lake and artificially years ago was in reality her own sister, constructs reservoir basins, ranging und tliat bhe lias living in this country in altitude from 8,109 feet to 5,070 feet four brothers and Bisters. abote the sea level. A system of canals The story is as strange as one could will convey the water to the point of its imagine. Twenty years ago her father, conversion into electrical power, which who.se name is Frederick Bauman, was will be coneyed through a heavy copliving on a farm west of Toledo hen his per wiro. The wire will cross San wife died, leaving him with a large Francisco bay at an elevation of 325 family. fret otcr the bhallow waters opposite The younger two girls were placed In San Leandro, whero tljere is not much the homes of families by the nnme of traffic, and on It way here will pasn Dawron and Snyder, respectively, living five counties The cost of the plant is in this city. Both families later re- estimated at $1,000,000. Many promifused to allow Bauman to we his chil- nent electricians nnd capitalists nre Indren, practically giving him to tintler-htan- terested in the enterpriso. that they .were dead. The girls grew to young womanhood TWAIN PAYING HIS DEBTS. Jintl were the warmest of friend until A Loudon CoinpurlMnn of IIIh t.'ime the one known as Tlnn Snyder died reit llh Sir Waller .Seutt'.. cently. Shortly nfter Mabel's footer The English press has universally father died, nnd, worrj ing over the printed praises if the ntHteniti.it that long-kep- t secret, Mrs. Dnwaon this week Mnrk Twain (Samuel L. Clemeiui) has restored Mnlxl to her father and family. paid the las,t of his Webster A Co. debts. Br. McAlister, w riling to the Timos on Illeyele Mull Cnrrleri Aiiollnlieil. the subject, sajts: After three years' trial "With the exception of the hmtorienl by letter carriers in Louisville, Ky has been found to be a failure, and ease of Sir Walter Scott, I do not think the wheels have been abandoned; The there is to be found in the reeords of men that very often, instead of be- literature anything quite equal Io a help to quick dull very, tliey have Mark Twain's conduet." ing been a failure, owing to bad weather, Gem-run- , to IIh Itlir Fnlr. muddy and crowded streets, nnd breakTwenty millions of dollars is the sum downs. which tho French government proposes to devote to the Paris exhibition of CokI of .!iti(iiieni I.iihor. Japanese labor costs very little In 1000. Nearly $10,000,000 will be concomparison to American rates. A sum sumed by the construction of two palequivalent to five dollars n week is con- aces in the Champs Elysees and tlfoe in the Champ de Mars, in the Esplanade sidered an excellent salary there. des Invnlldc.s, and on the quays. Went Virgin In Petroleum. .Verve Filler In tho Human Hotly, West Virginia is now producing There nre nt least 10,000,000 nerve petroleum than any other fibers in the It' n t ln1y. state in the union. 1S7-1- . well-dressewell-dresse- ber 7, 1S7J. before. The bones crumbled soon after church? Mrs. Weeds Yes, he insulted me, nt being exposed, but in the sand in which were buried were found somo mj husband's funeral. they Mrs. Mumley Insulted you nt your trinkets which nllord a key to one of Oh, surely you mysteries of husband's fnuernl? the hitherto unfathomed must be mistaken. the western frontier. Mrs. Weeds No! Be said my poor Shortly after the close of the civil war a descendant of Gen. Zachary Tay- Jnmes had gone to u happier place and lor fell desperately in love with a beau- would surely not wish to return to this tiful young woman of St. Louis named world, even if he could. Chicago Dally Octavia Malcolm, whose family, though News. eminently respectable, were only in An Ilxeeptlon. moderate circumstances. The match No sonp Is sweet as "Home, sweet home" That Is, provided that was not looked upon with favor by person who Is young Taylor's parents. Nevertheless, The not a diplomat.singing it Is tho young people were married. TayWashington Star. lor's people were wealthy and amAN 1IOM1ST COXFn.KMO.V bitious for their son to marry into a family of corresponding station, nnd their anger over his disregard for their wishes led to his being disowned. young But Taylor was a man, nnd, taking his bride with him, he started from St. Louis for Fort Smith, Ark. They were never heard from again. The finding of the two skeletons seems to nfford convincing proof that the couple were killed by the Indians, for the medal, rings nnd locket bear self-relia- nt d Deln-Avar- e. Judge now is it that you have changed your original plea of guilty tc one of not guilty? Prisoner Since then, your honor, 1 have engaged a lawyer,' and he put me up to lying. N. Y. World. She Xeedn Sympathy. When I o'erhear two women talk, Though It may seom absurd, 1 always feel quite M)rry for The ioor dear absent third. Chicago Dally News. and-writer- s When he opens his pocket book to pay his board he always turns his back to me. Chicago Daily News. Very Simple. Ethel I was just telling Mr. Bangle it costs Cousin Bob only five hundred a year to live. Penelope Now does he ever manage Prnctlenl Iliperlenee. That new boarder it either married or a widower. Daughter Why, ma, he says he's o bachelor. Landlady Don't you believe he is "Landlady $5.-000- ." Ethel Why, he runs in debt for the balance. Judge. Getting Ilnek nt Htm. President of the Gas Company Great dollars and fifty guns! Twenty-fiv- e cents for pulling one tooth? Dentist (calmly) Fifty cents for pulling the tooth, the balance is for gas furnished nt vour regular rates. N. Y. World. it? A'ery IJxpeiiNl e. Pro-uo.i- en 1 Burns (enthusiastically) What a change a baby makes about a house. Hadley Well, I don't know about that. There's been little change nround our house since the baby's advent. Philadelphia North American. Quite Simple. Tulliver Uncle Pullet knows on which side his biead Is buttered. Floss Any fool can manage that. Tulliver How? Floss By dropping it on the carpet. I'iek-p. "I think it's absurd to say kissing is Mrs. Lily top. dangerous," gushed "What possible disease could be spread by the simple act?" "Marriage, madam," grunted Grumpy. Tit-Bits. DmiKcr In KlxklnK. Gowper I wherever I thing disagreeable. Stiekin And wherever you go that's just what everybody olse says. Boston Transcript. Took One dinner, A n "")' Bill Your friend's no sport. He'd refuse to take chances If he got them nt twelve to one. Jill You don't know what you're talking about. The fellow was married nt high noon! Yonkers Statesman. Pnpn .Sit ll So. Willie We have a nice canopy to cover our carriage. Bobbie That's nothing; we have a mortgage on ours which more than covers it. e. DlmiKreenlile. don't know how it is, but go there is sure to be some- d Uime-oMd-cycl- es Hard on Dultli. Mrs. B. The lady Dublin is going to mnrry is highly intellectual. She speaks three languages. Mr. B. (eondolingly) Tit-Bit- s. sy Poor Dabbs. don't think that girl knows what general housework means! He She seems to think that it means doing nothing in particular. BrookShe I An Interpretation. lyn Life. The Mother And what makes you think you will be happy with my daugh- .MllkliiK IllniMClf Solid. more-high-grad- ter? like I Hie lit. T I r-- river mot V Hpc"'" 'A ,e po much Vo'l r s,itesmuf.. Worry Will Kill. Modern science has brought to light nothing more curiously interesting & PLUMBING, than the fact that worry will kill. More TINNING Gotton Out by tho Troasury. remarkable still, says a medical exSTANFORD. KY change, it has been able to determine, Is now prepared to do all kinds of I'lumtilnR Their DUtlnsalnhlnK Feature ! the from recent discoveries, Juat how wor- and Tinning. Sole proprietor of Deans Larue Amount of White Snrfnce lllack Diamond Itoof I'miit. Telephone Jto. ry does kill. It is believed by many '.'0, oppnlttf J. resilience Shop on Mill That Appear It 1 Dlttlcult scientists who lmc followed most care- II. llaughmiin A. C'o.'i Mill " to Counterfeit. fully the growth of the scienceof brain Simple, yet artistic, clear and easily diseases that scores of deaths set down distinguished, almost proof against the to cither causes are due to worrj.and counterfeiter's art, are the new one and that alone. The theory In a simple onu -- so simple sllvcrcertificatca. Their disthat anyone can readily untinguishing feature Is the lnrgeamount derstand it. Briefly put, it amounts I'KALKK IN of white surface that nppears, giving to this: Worry Injuren beyond repair more of the appearance of money them cells of the brain, aud, the brain and less of the clTcct of advertisements. certain of tho regulation size, being the nutrllhc center of the body, The notes arc 3x7'i inches. The faces nre printed in the other organs become gradually inblack, aud the backs in green. The jured, aud when some disease of these seal, serial number, and one large coun- organs or a eombinat ion of them, nrisca . ter denomination nre printed upon the death finally ensues. Thus does worrj-kill- . face in blue, for the siher eltlficate, red Inslduously, J 1(0 many other disfor the United States note, and orange eases, it creeps UH)n the brain in the for the treasury note. In each of the form of a single, constant, mwor-los- t upper corners of the design Idea; and, ns STANFQRD, KV. the dropping water over there Is a strong piece of lathe work, a period of years will wear a groove hi with a ery plain "1" in the center. In each of the lower corners there is a a stone, so does worry gradually, Imsmall piece of lathe work with a small perceptibly, but no less surely destroy figure"l" in its center. In thecenterof the brain cells that lead all the rest the note if the American eagle without-stretche- d that are, so to speak, the commanding wings, etnnding on the staff olllcers of mental power, health nnd of the American flag, with the dome of motion. Worry, to make the theory the capltol in the background, beneath still stronger, Is nn irritant at certain which is lathe work containing the points, which produces little harm if It words: -- Silver Certificate," "United comes at intervals or Irregularly. OcacfegwKpa-KSStates Note," or "Treasury Note," as the case may be. To the right nnd left of casional worrying of the system the this lathe work will appenr small por- brain can cope with, but the reiteration traits of Presidents Lincoln and Grant, of one idea of a disquieting sort the surrounded by wreaths of leaves. In cells of the brain are not proof against. the upper bonier is worked a part of It is as if the skull were laid liare and the text, and the words "Silver Certi- the surface of the brain stiucU lightficate," which Is necessary to the ac- ly with a hammer oery few seconds counting officer of the treasury in dis- with mechanical profusion, with inner tinguishing the isue after the note has u sign of a let-uAnd IH'nler in or the failure of a been divided lengthwise In the center, which i done before it is finally de- stroke. Jut in this way tinea the an- HARNESS, SADDLERY, ScC. stroyed, so that each half of a note has noying iden, the maddening thought KY STANFORD a distinctive mark showing to which that will not be done nwny with, strike or fall upon certain nerve cell, inner issue it belongs. The words "United States- of Amer- ceasing, and week by wcokdimiiiUhing ica" appear immediately otet the eagle the rltallty of thesedelicntuorganiMtis, in plain letters in a curved line. In fact so minute that they can only be seen the text of the bill is quite artistically under tae microscope.. Till worked into the design, without Interfering with a considerable amount of Mini's is said to be a woman resident d blank paper, which is considered so ofThere lmuwi. Newman, 131., uko Is a confirmed necessary in securing ensy detection of Forty-eigh- t years ago thl counterfeits and a proper wear of the l'F.NKTUATI aged hplnstrr was disappointed in love, bill. The two dollar face, like the one dollar, has a strong piece of the lathe nnd from that lime forward Bhe has EIGHT GREAT STATES work at each upper corner, differing In never Hooken to a man. She has row desiga. with n plain "2" In each, with made known the fact that s!h? ban given Kentucky. Tenneee. Virginia. Oeorglii. .North anil Smith Cftrollnn tho words "United States of America" explicit directions in her will that no Atnlmtnn. Mll.1l placed upon lathe work in the upper man shall prvaoh Uicr funeral sermon center, gracefully surrounded by n or scroll containing the words "Two'sil-ve- r a attend her ifuncral, and directs that woman shall drhc the hearse, nnd Dollars" below Itln thecenterof the note, and n jwrtrait of George Washing- that woaneu shall Jowur her body Into ltd ween l.uuUville a in' the fttiitli. ton nt the lower center of the note sur- the grave and cast in t2ie earth. A she rounded by scroll work. On each aide is able to bequeath a considerable sum TRAINS of the portrait are placed the figures of of money for her burial, it Uprolwblc THUEE WAII-a male and female in sitting posture, tliat Iter request will be carried out to Eueli way between LouUvllleani) the male figure representing "Com- the letter. But let ui hopethat she will merce" awl the female figure "Agri- be long spared tin a living protest W. A. TfllK, Ol'A,t". Washington. D culture" or "Plenty." In the Iowerccn-te- r against Shakespeare's theory thnt. man W II TAYI.OK. A O. P. A of the border npponr ery plainly LouUvllle. Ky. is a Hirngon of onimnls. and distinctly the words "Silver Certificate," thus forming in tho center of At u church in Lenox. Mann., last sumthe note a combination of hand engravmer the pulpit was supplied b. an Farmers Bank&Trnst Co ing, lathe wrk nnd lettering which itot clcrg ituin. One Sunday in the only give great security against counOK STANKOUD. KV terfeiting, but produce a very artistic course of his icrmon the minister told design. $200,000 00 how a man had amassed a Isrge amount Paid up Capital, 17.C03 80 of monc. simply Im, prayer. gilng on to Surphi. THINKS HORSES BETTER. give the incident of ilu cum' A titter Jnek Datum, Alimknn Pronpeetor, tan through thcocnifcgaiion when the My (irutnlnni f lt rhMtf, 1rf"ll t l lloen :ot Favor the lleliulrer. arv ilf fully Uf In Nutlttnal lUnkt, aftei drilling on the fact n Jack Daltun, the Alaska minixtcr. lie aiHNHto llnr twrk llirrw.ri St prospector, after whom tlie DaBon that ptaycr alone ' nil bronchi about llierxtrnt oftIhHwl, lliatlillinm io inriiwnini in Hie t.lur lr . It h)r nl an trail is named, In nn shak- this i inn's forture. j nil hit. hand to rUl III urli tirr. Ac.,alHlljr an lixllrMual. ing of the propc ed relief expedition of getlicr, nnd, lool ing pxwn-- in a ery mltililuliir, IihiIm1, TrliilftlligiiHr lbtiltn tlumi Uu Iwtw rnlrutt-r- l t u. wetrwot lhijr will Hi fir txiliw the United Stsiles government to Alas- piBjorful nttitm'e. . .i. "I irt. tench a rtml( ! toilum, HI wf i.lliT ka, said: til .MywaN' n how to pn !" tuition and MUlwrnlsnviiiliM'UltwMa ate alalt "Tho proposal to use reindeer teams XfMliil IwhWIiik nlth does not strike me as being tho right IMCT11K. tiling. Horses can be used to much J J Wllllmn. Ml. Virmiti; YOUNG MEN WANTED. V. II. CuiHMlnt, Pitl(tilllr; butter advantage. Instead of ruindevr, J. II 0loy, J. S vrlny,br, tho department ought to get together 5v ll.ShauV, mitt WUlUw ixli, Anr (i nit mum with , a large ivumiKU-- of hardy hordes. Suf- Irani n iiwfii! inulf nt (ikiiipmit.lllii In . l J I'. b J. Ilmhrj, pllnc tinMiw.r A. W. Oariili; J. IL I.thh. empliijiii'iil any tmir nl In njr nlnl ficient food should Im taken along to n itwrn ny i inurii nmu J. N. Mttliefre. nic Mir feed them. Thoj can do much better Mrlhtilar term, Ac ir'U' l.urnliw mhIhi, MIA firrit. Mn Vnliliint"li Ate, St Nuin, i work than rwndeci I would use bed S II.SIimiU J. II 0tiy iWiIrr; for carrying the food for the men and W. M. Illicit 111T provender for the horses. To handle a Some Plain Facts. reindeer expeditiously, It would be to hae relay slat ions establish tl Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of FIRST NATIONAL BAKX a day's journey npart. with food for greater or less degree, arise from lack the animals at thex sttition.s." III STANrtlllli, KV Mr. Da ton. in peaking of the lHst of knowledge of ihc truth, and more route by wlnieh to take relief, wild lue frequently from deception. Surplus, $15,750 Capital Stcek $100,000. would go over the (tiilkat pass and The most infamous case on record Attention ut tlif uMu In rallii! to Hih I.iM that then down the lakes and tho Yukon I'll till la the wly Naikmal ll.tik lit Stanford river oer the ice. of deception and injustice is the at- der the iiitiUn ol Hit National Jlunk Ad (Ii'lHwIlitr arruid nut only l tlu lapllal atork, tempt to demonetize silver as a money hut ly the uk holder' liaitllll lur an il Dead. IllHeimed anil l)lnlled, Muck ottut 'Phc New York Slate Society for the of final redumption in the United wiiltH theiirrtl by a (mid drimaKoraof Una liiptltu. I Itr .worn l ;Ai.'l Mini tir w Prevention of Cruelty toAnlmVKstattfs statetuciita id tliv rowdlthinol the llank arc mado States. Hich year to the l!nll"l Stair lloteriiini'iit and It Mint during the past year at Bufi'ulo dated There is no learned judge, skilled Bkxola an I'lamllitd atadditionallimio ly 'iltii sheep and' hogs have been taken out and an. ". thu of the enrs dead, nml more than S.0O0 lawyer, or court of justice that is tllilHlli!. originally potaMMiH a the Tlibi inatltutluii have been removed at the same place capable of reconciling the effort with la iik id Slaliliirl III DhVi, t lieu reurKMlilaed aj llio .NnH.mul llank of Stan lord In lHk andatiuln a diseased or ditnhledi condition; in I I'lnt National llank of Sluiifnrd waft moreover, these animals were sold for the constitutional laws that govern In ImJ, lard haul heiraetleall) an iiiiiulfro4l vxiil ha It la heller aiidll now U' I'tite Sir ..' your ihtie of money in this country. the public food. lorilllle fur iranaaw'llcir Imaineva lnowiptly and hefortiln lla oh ami honorable than .er The people have been deceived, Portnhle HoiiNe, raieor Arrotima nl ItollvMuala, lldHi'Urlva, flrnn at.il lttdltld:uu4leitil. A. F. Howes, of Weymouth,.Mnss., hits officials in power, chosen to adminisscoured pntents on a portable alumter justice under the laws, have K Held, l.imlH CV;Ulnar rem Ilnydn, Slaiifor 1 .1. W. inium house, which, when pocked for S II. Iktnghiuan, S. T. Itarri.. transportation, is in three bundles, ignored their sworn duty, and given J H llwkcr, " r. mil, 1 rlhhle. W. Wilton weighing oily 130 pmiiids. Including aid to the scheme that has paralyzed JWII I'f'..lll.r.( r.il, OrhM M JA Miller, Ml Vernon Elnve and cooking utensils. It will industry, reduced property values M H iinri'. Nnnrord house four persons. Is fireproof, and is rriiKk and beggared millions. S II irk. r, I're-- l I. tit called "the Klondike home." J M I. .lorii CaaliU A A MiKiiimy i.it.K .iIm. ' There is no authority of law, cither MkIiIciI the Sea llottoiu. specific or by inference, by which At Toulon recently the bed of the sen 50 YEARS' was lighted up from a balloon attached gold alone is made the only money EXPERIENCE to a tug, in the hope that a lost torpedo with which to discharge debts, either would be detected. The experiment The effort to public or private. wns successful. make it so is unconstitutional and a A Peilentrlnn In (icrmaity. national calamity. pedesA geographically Plain and ample information, facts, trian succeeded the other daj insetting Tradc Marks foot in the course of five hours and fort y and truth, concerning this almost sucDfsirnr Copyrights Ac. minutes In seven Germnn stntes. cessful scheme to corner the wealth Anyone aendlni; nikctrh nnd descrintlnn mar lulckly narertam our opinion free whether an Illehent Chimney In Amerlen. proiinaij niiiHnuif . iiiiniiiiiiii IllTOlllliill of the people, is now being printed tlnnantrlctly roiitlilontlal. Handbook on l'atcnta The highest chimney in America Is aent tree. (Ildct iiiiinoy for aecurliur l'a"ia. that of the Grant smelter, Denver, Col. in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a news1'ntenta taken throuuh Munn A . jt.!.! mltM wlllinlit rli.hril tl fflm Co. recilto . m. .w..., .ii.ii.imw vi. ii mv. is 325 feet in height nnd cost $50,000. paper which the combined power of It Scientific money has failed to muzzle or buy. Vaccination nnd Vol In jr. Ijime.t elr A handsomely lllttatrnted neekly, The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c. In Norway people who nre not vacciculallnn of any aclenttne Journal. Term. 13 n year: fnurniontha.fi. Hold by all newadealera. vote nt nn clec--I a year. The address is nated nre not allowed to New York MUNN &Co.36,B- -d tion. Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. Ilranch offlco, Gil K St., Waahlnuton, V. C. ( J. "T. Jones, St-- -- two-doll- ar AC. SINE. ILUMBBJIB, SASH AND DOORS, one-doll- ar J.C.Jvlc&lVW g UNDERTAKER! p - Souttiern Railway run'rm' r,aiui wit man-hate- r. Through SleepingCars Y inil-te- well-know- JnU-rvje- ! l KtMr.HU-efW- r W mim-Mii- r hank-tri- g ). - ! 0l rrr-Mm-it, nee-essnr- y atf.-Ji- 1(1,-00- 0 nni-iniiin- t jIi-I- , lc-his- I 1 1 01 t I I ' one-hal- f, I well-poste- d ijmTjra I n1 v. American, .Any.-- . ?!.-- &.. 1 tj tii, , m - '' - . , . . .- - T,, - : yyr fe-W(, ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! NKW Candles of all ren h Shanks'. kinds at War- - First-clas- s hill onion acts by O. J. Newlnnd. ggaigJia!'?'B'aBia5 $ m $l : l J Lanukbth's seeds In paper and bulk. Skbd Potatoes and Garden Seeds of Now and fresh. W. B. McRobcrta. ' all kinds at Warren ti Shanks'. Stanford, Ky., Mah. 18, 1898 Marriaob. Jacob Meadows and Kl- W. . Cahson's harness leu Lewis, u palr ol iMUlcugcvlllo s E. C. Walton, Businisa Manaolii. at low prleos at U. D. Bright's. colored 100. drove down yosterdav und - hand-mad- e -- . Sou do not follow Ills directions. Get the bent medicines too. Ttmt is the only klti'l wo furnish Penny's Drug Tub best physician can't euro you If Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. L. Evans has buon qtiltc ill. J F. Cook went to Moutlcollo yesMils, W. terday. Attention riSHKKMKN A full and were pronounced husband ond wlfo by comploto line at W. B. McBoborts'. Judge Bailey. Aftor the "impressive" Foil Bunt. Warehouse back of ceremony Judge Bailoy told the groom Warren iV Shank-- . J. S. Murphy, Sr. to aaluto his bride, when he implanted a loving kiss on her lips. .t. OaUDKN hoods In bulk and package, It has rained every day for thu last Croat varluty. Biggins.: McKlnney. three, und at times it was too warm for ilioil grade gents' solid gold watches comfort. Thunder storms occurred cheap for nest Ave days. Danks, the Wednesday morning and night and the lightning Hashed like midsummer. Jeweler. ! SHOES! The line ol Springs Shoes just opened is the most complete ever in my place. Viewed from the standpoint of r IIakvky UfN.v, of Brodhoad, was hero Wednesday. Mil. T. I). Nkwland wont to Frankfort Wuduusduy. Mil II. J. Dakst lt now usslsluutpo-licjudge of lowland. MISS LiM.li: MAUTIN Is now saleslady at thu Louisville Store. Jamb Lhk wont to Gruonsburg 1 "Fair, colder probably fair Kaas for hatching, barred Blymoth Friday,' read yesterday's dispatch. Books, as good a thu country alTord9. II.. I. Meobert. CHURCH CHATTER. u Tuesday to spend a few days. Mils. Mahy Hockbu, thu ugud moth-o- r of Mr. J. S. Hockur, Is ill. MHS. Dli. 15. J. HltoWN and ohlldron went up to Mt. Vornon yoilorlay. Mils. J. A. Blain, of Hustonvllle, Win the guest of the Missus Kills. Mhs. Will Sbvkkanck Joinud hor husband in Cincinnati yesterday. MHS. Kl.LIlN Wilms, of Kansas City, wan thu guest of Mf' & l1 Miss Gkkthcdk Giiaoy Is teaching u class In music at HussoU Springs. DK.XTKH IJ.VM.or wont to Lexington to oritur Calhoun's Business College- Mhs. T. 15. Baldwin, of Madison, is with hor daughter, Mrs. W. II. Shanks. MRS. C. II. Ykaokk, of Oiinvlllu, Is biHinilint; thu week at Mr. S. T. Harris'. a Hlehmoml beauty, is thu gtiost of Mrs. A. II. Sar urunuo. .M ISR-IM'K- Staj. BKNNKTT, ANDIiiew Hl'CHASAN'i of Crab Orch- ard, was on Tuesday Louisville. s train bound for Mrs. H. G. COOK, of Jullleo, canto down ywstenlajr to visit hur mother, Mrs. A. B. MeKlutiuy. Mrs. Si'sa.n Mknbpih: has run tod the property on Lancaster struct lately Novlus. .MiesuAMKs Grs Hok.mann and 15. G. Pick, of Crab Orchard, took the train Tuusday. huru for MRS. B. G. Haw., of Somerset, with Mrs. George I). Wuaron and spent a few days with hur. y " Mrs. Slm: Holmbk ruturnud to Elkton. Miss Susie Lasloy ancompanlcd hur as far ns Louisville. 15. Wed-dosdu- occupied by J Gbnti.kmiw! You should o.um!no H. L. Pierce, who died at Milton, our lino of spring clothes. Stylo, qual Mass., left sums ranging from 3100 to ity and flt thu best. Sovoruncc& Sons S2.000 to his i;il employes. As a result of Rev. J. IT. Dew's mee'-lu- g TUB small-poscare is subsiding at the Lebanon Baptist church There aro few now cases nt Middlusbo-r- o there were '10 immersions Monday. and little chunce of the disease Dr. Caradino will move onto Washspreading. ington in May and suck to suuctlfy the Till: telephone company here hns ex- cltiens of thut modern Gomorrah. tended its line to Rowland and Judge Kov. Malcolm McGregor, of Atlanta, T. L. Shulton Is now connected with will bugin a protracted meeting ut the the exchange. Richmond Baptist church next Sunday. TlIB dear, delightful days have comu Rev. W. S.f Grlnstoad will preach to The sweetest of the year, When turnip greens and rich hog jowl the Stanford children at .'! o'clock SunFill soul and stomach with good ehuur. day nftornoon on "Counterfeit Money " and Counterfeit Christians.' OLD Tatkk.' Mr. M. N. Del'auw Mi en burs of a Memphis church, in has not been wlttiout sweet jotatoos for uhii it Row I. S. McKlroy, of Lexing15 years. That is ho showed us one the ton. Is holding a meeting, urge that he othor day that had been in his houso be called as Its permanent pastor. for that length of time. Rev. J. B. Crouch asks us to say that Sunday morning is communion service Tub linos to Laucastur und Danville via Hubble are now in shape and all day at the Baptist church and that he hopes there will be a large attendance who are connected with thu central in Stanford can talk direct to tho of the members. Ruw Matthew Priest, a Cumberland throe towns for the small sums of 2ft cents to thu llrst two point" and 15 els. Presbytorlun minister, wno was suspended for professing sunctitlcatlon, to the latter. was received into full fellowship by the OVKll TUB Road- .- In tho language Methodist church at Bardlnsburg. of thu colore brother, James Cash and n Sam J onus, who is conducting a Will Blukeluy have gone "over the Xuehvillo, gave Gov. Taylor a road." That is they were taken to the roast for using the pardoning power tto Frankfort penitentiary yesterday by freely. The governor comes out in a Shorlff S. M. Owens and Deputy C. B. card in which he says, among othor Owens. Cah, it will be remembered, caustic things, that "had not it bev.ii got n your for forgery and Blakeley for thu pardoning power Sam would suven for killing Cato Crenshaw. havo been in hell long ago." x m of-H- Style, Wear, Comfort, Price and General Elegance, My Ladies, Mi-se- ; n t and Children's Hioe and Half Shoes aro Are Simply Matchless d ! In Medium-PriceMen's (Joods my stoi k is also very strong and I invite curly inspection from one anil all. Can lit anybody's foot and nearly anybody's head. It is a pleasure at all times to show goods whether you wish to buy or not Bo not think yon have to buy just hecaue you looked at them a look is without money and without price. y, i ! : W. H. SHANKS. V&frWWMr4 K&frW i Messrs. Alcorn autl Welch that money Is coming in very roorl slowly for tho benutlt of Bro. Barties, whon everybody ought to be glad to contribute to the fund to relievo his property of a heavy mortgage. Mr. C. Mr. Ja.mks Frvb, of llustonvllle, A. bnyoer, or Washington, wno saw was horo yesterday. Be tells us that tho apHial In this papur, sent i'l by rehis wife and four children Jiuvu boon turn mall, though only 31 is asked. ill but are belter. "MrKlNNBY Isn't near tho bad place Mr. John M. McKlNNKY.of Indiana, that your oorresondont make it," N horu to trace the origin of the famisaid Mr. Reuben Williams, "and such ly. Bo is closely related to thu family statements aro doing tho town much of that name here. damage. Once In a while there Is some Mlt. AND MRS. HCSSKLL DlLMON.of trouble there, but on the whole I never Livingston, spent several duys with the Your correlived in a quieter town. hitter's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. spondent is a clever man, but he lets Tucker, near May wood. his real for the temperance cause get name that LoTTlBCllBNACl.Tii.lho awuy with Ills judgment." Othor peohas been selected for u little girl which ple contlrm our roortor, so you havo arrived at Greonlwrry Bright'., at t both sides and can take your choice. o'clock Wudnesduy morning. ' CHAKI.B5 11. BaYDBN has secured a SQCIRB Cofkby BCSY. For disordM)sUil run between Louisville and erly conduct at a church at McKlnney and wont to the formur place Oscar Singleton, Andy Trice, Bill Tato Wednesday to prepare himself for the and Bud Masterson, all colored, got 10 work. days each In jail and were lined Mrs. LCSK and her beautiful daugh- - aplcco in Squire W. A. Cotloy's court tur. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, of llus at McKlnney Tuesday. Perry Jones, tonvllle, passed through Stanford on also colored, was lined S10 nnd costs for route to Lancaster to visit friends Wed- disorderly conduct in Tannor Bros' nesday. store. Bill Tatu was tried for carrying LlTTI.K M.(!IB Wil.mot, of the concealed weapons and got f0 days and Ilubhlu section, who hud hor arm i'li) in addition to the above. Constable broken by falling from a horse several Thomas G. Nunnelley brought them all days ugo, is not doing well and hor doc- down Tuesday afternoon by himself and tors fear the member will havo to bo turned them over to Jailer DoBord. SLOW. m Mid-dlostxi- ro $- -0 amputated. Ull.HBUT GRlNSTBAU, an olllclun and accommodating young man, who has been clerking in the Louisville Store for omu time, has resigned to take a more lucrative position with W. D. Oldham, at Ulchmond. The boit wishes of his many friends go with him. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Man. Mr. J. S. Hundley gives us a Las Cruces, Now Mexico, paper which tells of tho appolntmunt by tho governor of Col. J. D. Bryan, brother of J. M. Bryan, of this placo, to be prosecuting attorney. He had piuvioiwly held the Mstllon of register of the U. S. land ollicc by appointment Col. Bryan of President Cleveland. was born in this county and served gal- I 1 1 h lantly In tho (1th Kentucky cavalry with the other confederates horo who COMPLin'Bllneof ilshlng taeklo at have since made lino records as eltl ens. Penny's Drug Store. TUB trials and tribulations of a I will oav cash for sound walnut "Rube," when ho visits tho city for logs, IB Inches up. A. C. Sine. the first time, aro not always as great TT TUB St. Asaph Botul olllco is being as those of Marlon Sumpter, of Wuynci who was a witness last week In tho U. beautliled with pupor and paint. S. court at Louisville, but they dltTor Bin lino fresh new dry goods arriv- only In degree. A short while after hu ing dally and we're selling thorn cheap. got to tho city, a bogus olllcor urrcsted Mark Hardin. him on a charge of having counterfeit $115 from him, alleging is having a room or money and took W. II. HKidlNS was counterfeit. Shortly aftertwo added to the house in which his that It wards a couple of follows ottered to sell mother lives. him a new Smith & Wesson pistol for D. & D.For being drunk und dis- $1. Ho didn't havo the change and orderly James Vernon was lined W in they olierud to take his $20 and get it Judge Carson's court Tuesday. but they never returned. This took his i fast cunt and when tho hotol man deYbstbuday was St. Patrick's day, manded his bill, ho could not pay. Ho but we were not reminded of it even by had him arrested and when ho was a single sprig of green on unybody'a lodged in jail and given a cell with a lapel. drunken person, he threw a bucket full Mr. W. II. Traylor, of water on tho 'Hill Billy" completeFOR Mbxico. was moro than tho distiller, Is getting ready u ship- ly deluging him. This could stand, so ho sat down ment of his bottled whisky to Mexico. Sumpter on wickedness It Is of his 1SK2 ucrop" and as lino as and shed bitter tears tho his own 100 cases will of tho world and sighed for split silk, hu says. About frco hills In honest Wayne. be sent. FLSHlNis tackle at Craig .t Rocker's. in i Bronaugh some butcher stulTat .'J'cand frfi of W. P. Tate some hogs at 3Jc. re? Yearling red heifer came about Oct. 1. Owner can get by paying feed bill and till notice Geo. Brown. Bee Liok. ! I have for sale or f good, young jacks, ready for service. Will exchange for othor stock. J. W. Glvons, McKlnney, Ky. At J. S. Kinkcad's sale In Fayette, Shorthorn cows and calvos averaged Gentlemen, wc call your attention to our new and extensive line of 711; Shorthorn feeders $o P.i; sheep Trousers, in all'grade from Jeans at 50c to finest Cassimere at SH.50. S.'i.lK) pur head and corn in crib $2..'to. We call especial attention to our SI, 51.50 and 12 goods. Wo have J. C. Lvnn sold to J. T. Crutchlield, of Madison, 14 heifers at $10 and to G. III I.VThHIill! Jul ll I. ft. I lie Camhiisllsvillb, March lti. To T. Wood five heifers and steers at $1. whom shall we send money for Rev. He bought of Dr. J. T. .Morris 17 calves fcti George O. Barnes as suggested by your atSia.50. In Nebraska the winter wheat acre, paper? If to you, please give me your And believe we have the best Values that money can buy. Ilig men address, if to Bro. B. his, please. R. K. ago is 20 por cent, larger now than at can find good values in extra sizes at $1.50 to $3.50. If wc can't plea-any time In the history of the State. It Puryear. you in our ready made stock Send money to Messrs. Alcorn and is understood that spring wheat and Welch, Stanford. Mr. Barnes' address earn will be proportionately as great. Mark Hardin sold to H. D. Baugh-ma- n Is Sauibel Island, Flu. a boar for $20; bought of Tom Luns-for- d The meeting that was in progress at Tailor-Mad- e live shoats at .'Jc; bought a cow of the Methodist church hero for nearly Baumman for $.'10; sold to George four weeks, conducted by Rev. Ben Fred Hundreds of Samples to select from. Pi ice, 13.25 to $10 per pair. Helm, has closed. It bus been a most Lunsford a cow for $15 and to Mrs. M wonderful and glorious meeting and McGulTy a cow for $.'10. Conic and see them. One of the largest sales of Hereford Having great good has been done. been called to lake charge of the large cattle over held, took plucein i5mporiu, holiness tabernacle at Franklin, Tenn., Kas , hist week. The herd belonged Bro. Holm will movo there at once, to C. S. Cross, the celebrated breeder, were sold for an average of leaving his children in Asbury College, and $l'li.vM). One nnlmul sold for $:i,O00 and Wllmoro Hartford Herald. several sold for very high prices. J. W. Jean it Sons, of Mulott, JetTer-so- n MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. county, bought this week of Bright will open of tliu Collegiate Year, Tiie Second Robert Duluncy, of F.rlungor, shot & Lilhird, of Boyle, the line jack Young , 2-tlx- , 3vo-nd.a,37-Taii-ULSi- r his wife because she knocked him down Giant, for $500. This is a big price, O-n- . and whipped him. considering the times, but Young Giant New pupils entering at will do received the rliisiM. Kur full Infoimatlou Jamoa Robinson, aged 70, and Ml&s i one of thclincst individuals that ever call on or write to Mil. Unit time at the College orInto for cafilo ue. w rite S cri.KY Lucy Jones, 21, were married at left the county. Ho is nearly l(i hands WILLIAM all ELTON. PiiKMiii.vr. this Suite. high. Advocate. An objectionable suitor attempted to Carroll B. Bold, of Cincinnati, has kiss a girl at Marion, Ind., whereupon been engaged to train for 15. S. Gard she shipped his face and caused his ar- ncr it Son, the Nashvlllu rest, racing firm. Ho Is a relative of SecreJulius Smith, of Corydon, whoso tary I5d Hopper, of Latonia. He first KY. sweetheart married another aftor she trained under John Morris, the popular was given a deed to Smith's house, is trainer of Georgo Long's strim:, and suing her for the homo. afterward handled hie own stable with The engagement of Miss Mary Gait, good success. Ho has disposed of all of Louisville, and Mr. Richard Bell, of his horses -- Courier-Journal, 17th. ti ..iiilh.liiiiir ,....--,- .., ...... .,..v,.,... h) .t.. ti nnmtniiw1 tin. mm- ...V. In Madrid, the Imparclal in a leau- riago to take placo in Juno. Nora McCurdy, aged 20, committed ing article says: "No capital of Eusuicide at Lebanon, Intl., by taking rope would a full blown Ambassador strychnine because hur mother forbid be allowed to do what Consular Agent her intending church with a young man FlUhugh Lee Indulges in with impunity in Cuba. His reports are always she loved. a Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Porter celebrat- hostile to our country, and often full of ed their golden wedding ut Versailles. falsehoods. Tho insurgents look iijxjn Mr. Porter was speaker of tho Senate him as a protector; tho Spaniards as an and became lieutenant governor on tho enomy." Judge Prewitt has selected Chas. II. death of Linn Boyd. Miss Lily Cain, who tried to kill her- Woods and George W. Dupun, two self when shu thought sho discovered splendid men, to represent tho county that B. F. McMurtry wu untrue, has In the turnpike condemnation proceed-- , recovered from the wound and married Ings and thu turnpikes so far heard him. It is mure than probable that from recommended N. K. Tunis, G. both will llvo to regret thut tho wound W. Welch B. C. Berry, Polk Williams was not fatal. Thoy live in Georgetown. and R. II. Guthrie. Eight Covington physicians havo Anil Headquarters for been Indicted for failing to register LAND AND STOCK. with thu county clerk as required by Beazloy Bros, sold to Samuel Dudder-a- r law. They will fight the case to test a family horso for $100. thu law's constitutionality. Of All KlniN. C. T. Bohon sold to R. II. Crow a Thu government has not yet taken pair of young mules forSlSO. of tho sinull-Kepidemic ut control WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A John Baugh sold to Allen, of tho MIddlesboro, but will do so shortly. few heifers ut.Uc. West F.nd, a Congressman Colson is working to this Powell & Harper bought of J. P. end. d cattle Cormlney a bunch of The custom receipts Wednesday at 1c. amounted to $l,'tlD,7.'!7, larger by $'!(io,-00- 0 R. II. Bronaugh will ship six or eight than any day under tho new taritl. "very fast ones" to Newport in a few And are oflcring some Tho Senate committee on foreign redays. lations Wednesday agreed to recomFivo work mules, .! to 5 years, for mend tho annexation of Hawaii. sale. Mrs. Juno D. Buchanan, Crab Fount Cook, a young white man, was Orchard. 15. Chris given four years titNicholasvillo for Lynn & Wood bought of W. Stanfoid, Ky hopso stealing. Call and See Us. Opp. tian, of Wayne, 80 ono and Tho troops aro likely to kept ut the old cuttle at $2:1.50. Huffman bought of Dr. G. W. I Jessamine tollgatca until April. O. P. 1 ismss&mm w$y.i$mfryyAm&?m$ frm?w m meet-Ing.i- M k 1 m ii . FftNTS -- in f x;o i t i Searched the Markets e 1 Li n I! We Can Supply You From Our LM Line. s r ! SEVERANCE Se-sl- on & SOWS. ai 1 1.") Stanford Female College. 1SD7-D- s 1898. well-know- n J. H. Baughman & Co., STANFORD. II Hi Proprietors Stanford ROLLER R1ILLS, M i Low Coal & Low Cow Feed Of i x 1,200-poun- Car Load Vehicles, i .a SPECI&L BJLHGJLIK Court-House, two-yca- r- B. K. WEAREN A SOW. tnfhtji-t-- i - Aa J, - .X U JtrfcaiW- - ,.. V 4 tmmmmmmmmmm NT .toUr. tm&m Jilt JiiflUillgiJillrtPIS SS i I fa L fly K Near At Hand Is The Strife Of Two Great Nations I We are on the Verge of War which will soon take place. We, like Uncle Sam, make Competitors back down. We have the Finest Line of I' Men's Clothing Ever Shown in the State. Don't Fail to See Our CHILDREN'S PINE SUITS, Our Ammunition is Prices; the Best Results for Little Action. OUR $10 SUITS For Spring Are Beyond COMPARISON. Finest line of SHOES in the State. ! ! See our line and Save Money. & Stacy Adams & Cos Fine Shoes pun Line And Styles Stetson's Fine Hats s R-ood- Fedora Hats worth $2, now 98c. SHIRTS. Well we can show you that only fine city trade ries, at much less price. MANHATTAN SHIRTS. car- SUITS MADE TO ORDER, and Kept in Shape For One Year Free of Charge. G ood socks, 5c, worth 10c. Don't buy anything in our line till you see our prices. All goods guaranteed. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., ' 3CSy m. PHGLPS, Troubleln r NEW CIGARETTE LA.W. Glasgow will have a sale of Xojrro Dars vagrants In a few days. lc THE INTERIORJOURNAL WHICH WILL GO INTO BKKECT JUNK 13. DR. R. The commissioner ot patents granted An Illinois University has added noiwri to sr.Li.. "Be It enacted by tho General AsAll tliintt Ollvi-23,279 during- the year. Plow dancing to its curriculum. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & All thosot'lnvcr Sci'il. i.. e In Mont- - sembly of the Commonwealth of Ken-t- o A bursting emery wheel killed Hen- Raiders blew up a All tliiii S4 SURGEON, ' ky: ry - ware. 2o, at fauuean. gomery with dynamite, out mere was All tho" llurnui.4. , "' "i t ! Ilitngivt. All tlio-.- i "First It shall be unlawful for any Stan lord, - - Kentucky. The wife of Senator Thurstou, of Ne no one In it. All tlio gMxl. cliWtp kuIIos of l'urnlturo, Sy IX ADVANCE braska, died aboard of a ship at Cuba. Charles Boyes, his wife and person to sell, barter or loan or give, to All 3011 jH'oli' tt'tiiHinlxT mo. Oflli-over Hlgglus A. McIxltmovV Moro. make, fabricate or manufacture, to d s cahi'i:nti:k. Mrs. John Mason Brown, widow of child were killed by lightning at OJ-- When not so paid 32. CO will e charged. Louhave on his premises, in his possession the distinguished lawyer, died at Allensvllle. isville. Dr. Daniel J. Glat. who had been a or under his control, a cigarette wheth-o- r Your Life made by hand or manufactured, county grand jury found practicing physician for (50 years, Is The Clark !)0 indictments whether it be made of tobacco or other against Winchester dead atHopklnsvllle. ., tiio-(liiTu Wnrrvl Hourlnp blind tigers. The Jennie Casseday Infirmary at substance, whether it be oovored with A wltli i:iivntor tlint' lU'l!omv nnl utm-Mill Charles Rudolph, who leased the Louisville, has been sold to Dr. Louis paper or other mutcrial, It shall be un- of whom mill corn for Mile Mill running .KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. lawful for any person to have ou his full time nutl tlNiHliiy of cntlrt' out put til Bijou at Louisville, has skipped, taking McMurtry for SIo.OOO. price. The pldiit or under satisfactoryupprtH'liiti'd Will lj villi ut w of that city. belonging to premises, In his posies-io- n A performing elephant with him a pretty girl "Trfflru leave Stanford at 7;10 a. m. and 1 p ft uvuii to Ik.' p. m returning at 4. 23 p. tn. and 9'05 fnn-cmo to quit the IxtrgHln. Ill Twenty widows are on the steamer Gentry Bros', circus broke its leg dur his control, any substance or material milling IhwIiu-.- -. Term wiy. OhII nn or outof which any part of such cigarette udilruft-.- , KNOXVIUE division. New England, en route to Alaska, ing the show at New Albany. Ind. C C. VANAIWDALK. propose to open groceries. Ihistonvlilo. Ky. The Louisville Board of Trade will could be mad'i with tho knowledge or ..12 87 p in where they ..... Ko. 21 Train going North ' .. 3 13 a in OF BROOKLYN. No. m " William J. Koerner, the newspaper keep "open house" at Old Point Com- purpose Hiatal any time such substance " ..1210 a in South Mo. 25 " or material might become a factor in wa9 fort after the Kentucky launching. " " 27 p tu artist, who killed his sweothoart, .. Ko.23 " In a lit of jealousy Albert Lathwell, such cigarette " For allll'oluts. sentenced at Now York to life Impri: "Second Any person who shall vioof Niagara Falls, shot his wife, his SOLD. KO'lOll TICKETS IitfnU-sonment. In IIAUOAOE CIHJCKF.D TllltOUtill. late tho law as set forth in the first At Jackson, Rev. Charlos Robblns mistress and himself. All will die. Co., of Scotland. For anj Information cuijulra ol Doiwndency over HI health caused purntrrnpu of this act, or shall qrnde it and three others have beon convicted JOE S. KICK, Agent, KOUNDKD lNO, of kukluxing and ?ontoneed to one Miss Chloe Shrewsbury, of Montgom by any trick, artifice or method what- Orilur Olllce hiuI lYel KxrlmiiKH nciir d Stanford, Ky. Cro-slK DrjMit M.. Stuufoitl. ery, v. va., to enu tier uie wnn a pis- ever, shall, upon conviction, be fined year's imprisonment. .1 II Hljrffliii' notlen-tha$10 nor more than $100, Coal Y.trrt. Mill hi . lat.-FRANKFORT "Molly." the 8 foot 10 inch Negro tol. jHn i Stand. iitlsfHt'tln liunnuitfcil. Mayfleld. McMatiu., of Upper San or imprisonment in the county Jail for Miss Kate porter at the Hotel Southern, VIA GEOKO ITOWN. 6 STANIOUI'. K. Ho wore a No. In shoe and dusky, O., took carbolic acid to quiet not leas than live nor more than fiU r. m. . u. A. M is dead. A. M I.yf. Sotnemt , Arl2s SlOO 96 an aching tooth and died" a day, or both so fined find imprisoned was mammoth In every way.11 31 " Jet. Otty. 3 It G39 "Si 450 ArrOeowtown, Lt 3 3S m tho discretion of the jury, and each later. Squire W. F. McNamara killed John " Krauklort, " 6 30 300 20 1163 MRS. U, D. SI.MP.SOX, I'ror . of law shall be Erwln K. Maxwell, an old hotel man violation or o Keller at Lexington. There were no C. 6 30 5 10 8 40 Arr I'.in : Kentiiclcy. of Jeemed a separate otTcnsf." 1. as: caster, witnesses, but the squire says that and the father of Walter Maxwell, Djllr except Similar C. D.UEUCAIV.O. r A. tho Palace Hotel, Cincinnati, ia dead Kollor attacked hm with a knife. Newly ftirnlsliudi clean beds; spluiulMl Mills, the larg- in that city. The Viotor'Woollen table. Kvorythlng Porters The QUEEN & CRESCENT. A new corporation Mod articles with SI) moot traitiH. est in the United States, burned at Trains jias Junction City as follows. 0 the secretary of State, the American Cohoos, N. Y., causing a loss of S 3 SI p in o. 2 Kortb Ho. South .... I! "I p in and throwing 1,000 men out of Cholera Vaccine Company, of Louis3 21 a in " Ko. U 02 a in " 4 " Stanfoud, Ky., SPRING, 1898. 32 m Vn.S " 1131am " 6 " ville. Capital stock m.QM. The Inwork. . " ' ...... 8 20 p m " 10 0 u0 a ui No. 9 Lightning struck the "Cannon Ball" corporators are John B. Castleman, Ko ami 2 do not stop, S and 10 run no further Is Receiving his And than June! inn City train ou the Illinois Central, between Wilbur Lewis and Frank Elsman. Tho wornt lire that has occurred In Mayfleld and Dyersburg, breaking four Winter Goods. The llui (Jrass Nursorli". oirr every tlilnj; TICKBTS FOR THE LAUNCHING windows and frightening the passou Chicago since the Cold Storage ware- for Oroliurd, Ourdcri. I.uwu. No Am'nt-4- . s'triiwlierrmid Konerul imrhory UMuloguos Goods Warranted. nousc Holocaust at ine worm. r air. in On account of the launching of the gers. on uiijillcatloii to 1893, broke out in the building at the John C. Breckinridge Corp of Con II. T IlILIXNMEVnil. Fit Guaranteed. bitth&hlp Kentucky at Newport News, (lO1.') Lexington. Ky. Tclvplionu 207. federate Veterans will bring the moth- corner of Wabash Avenue and Jackson Vu., Thursday, March 21th at 10 A. M., Give Him a Call. Quan-trll- l, boulevard, causing tho deaths of 20 the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., will eeli er of the great partisan soldier, to Lexington and supply her a people, several of whom were killed by John It. Castlkman. (1. Iu.mi v. round trip tickets from Lexington, jumping out of third story windows. home. Winchester and Mt. Sterling (and The towboat Rescue met with a selow rates from all CenFalling to win the heart and hand of A fuw ener'utlc l;iIles and pintlniicn ries of accidents on her way from Pittswanted to ciinviis-i- . Abovi) uliiitral Kentucky townn) at $12 for both guariiu-teea London, O., girl, John Withers began Call on or address. trains of Tuesday, March 22nd. Tick- burg to Cincinnati. Six boats and sev- to drink. During a spree ho stole a 0s lt. .M. (iOOC'll, Somerset, Kv. ALL BABYLAND ets will be good (seven days from date eral Hats with about 150,000 bushels of watch from a saloon keeper and now he INSURANCE COMPANY were sunk. of Kilo. Trains leave Lexington at coal a five years' sentence in the is delifelited with tho prospect of an airDennis J. Canty, formerly a partner is bervlng 31:2; A. M., and 8:30 l m , and arrive penitentiary, where tho young lady ing In one of our new btylo baby carriug-oh- . LOUISVILLE-HOTEOF LIVERPOOL. with II. W. Van Scnden in We have the handsomest etock of at Newport News 11 A. M and o:50 p. brokerage business, shot and the stock frequently visits bin.. They will marry killed a in town, in baby carriages and Louisvillo, Ky., w. next day. Berth rate SIJ.oO through all the latest styles, and with nil the new Western speculator at Washington. when his term expires. doub'le-berth- . Send in your names or Mrs. Ilallie Miller, whose maiden impioveinciits, that wuatc from AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN BMBEB & GIlSTLEim, to undersigned ac once for sleeping ear The members of this firm seem to be name was Harper and said to be from ft to 520. unlucky in every particular. suace. George W. Barney, D. P. A., MANAdCllS, John Stephenson, the Negro who Danville, died in Lexington, where she C. & O., Ry.. Lexington, Ky. The Ladies Kestaurant is the finest in Commerce by her husband of three shot Deputy Sheriff Logan Young In was deserted IBuildinrj, Louisville. W. W.' WITHERS, the city. Evcr3 convenience for ladies quart bottlo, w ircd so as Jessamine and was given five years, ap- weeks. She was but 10 years old. A day in the city. spending tho Agent Throughout tliu outh. to protect Miss Bradley's band from pealed and the court of appeals reversA Western cattle grower says that Stanford, - - Kentucky. Gentlencn's Cafe on olllce fioor. ' Hying glass when she smashes It on the ed the case on technical grounds. Mon- saturating tho hair on the backs of catTHIBBX.3G, THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Kentucky's bow, Is tj bo used in chris- day he was again tried and pleading tle with weak brjue during the months Biau-- StMe and Undertaking Manager. Iota Agent, Outfit at tening the battleship with water from guilty was again given five years, after of February and March will kill every Music Ttiosdiy, Thursday a:d Sunday Stanford, - . . Kentucky, Hustonvllle, Ky. grub of tho ox warble In their hides. lying in jail IS months. the old Lincoln spring. Lvoning. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. I.nn. I toll-hous- l- irs, & Opportunity of flrU-clnv- FIRE INSURANCE i s Insurance Company Insurance FHBNfIX 1 NOEH&,SON, r Itnll-roan. Caledonian Coal, Corn And Hay, n R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. J r - fv mo-mon- ts Mason Hotel firt-c!nss. ova-do- n RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall 100,-0J- 1 .1 1 1 1 Trees, Plants, Vines. - --m $40 A Month Salary. - d. go-car- ts five-ce- nt W. A. -- -- y 37U