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George Green, who lately mar- Tho Christian Endeavor Society 'Sulro Henry Ilrainaman.of Wlldlc, Mrs. II. K. Hughes, of Iioiilivlllc, at wild-cat- . tended llio Link Miller wedding, the rled Mis Lou Coleman, has been call- - mot at tho' Christian church Sunday klllcd WE SHALL MAKE ANOTHER cd to tho pastorate charge of tho Hap ovcnlng. Tho KuraKa Coal Co., at Mlddleslio- - lirldo bulng herhlstor. Tho "Scribblers" met with Mr. Nor ro, basgone Intothc haudsof arocclv, Mr. .loo 12. Hoblnson tin rood Wcit tlst church hero. Hro. Green is a flno 00 " business trip Hon. W. II. Mmo preacher for his ago and will doubtless wood at tho homo of Gov. Knott. Sov cr mako tho church a good pastor. Ho oral Interesting papers wcro read, On a line you cannnt afford to miss, C. II. Uolllni linn been reinstated as has been to Lexington, Whl e your slzo In Shirts are stilt hero you Mr. Taylor, tho "Hoy Kvangcllst" is have them still for Letcher Owsley says that minor filled his first ap(olntment hero Satur a storekeeper and gauger Inthisdl! having Interesting services at opera events will now be reckoned from tho day and Sunday. ft" trlet, It Is evident that our pcoplo do not house. Mrs. Taylor has a sweet rolco Samn.on Ilolton, marshal of Jelllco, day I hauled tbn fodder. Col. W. tl. Miller hat tho oldtcppcr intend that whisky shall bo sold here and conducts tho singing. was acquittal ol tho killing ol James Dr. J. T. Lapslev was called to Gar box pistol with which Snm Evan shot and they who attempt It may not bo Qulnn. TI-Iinclude all (he lines Manhattan, ColuinbMs and Smith's Fine Shirts. Don't feud surprised if they gel Into hot water. rard Wednesday to preach the funeral J. M. Seay lin bought out W. S. tire of tho Hills In the Tho fatu of Jim Chapman ought to dlscourso of Mr. Mlko Hoblnson. In- - nils tho chance. Dig reduction in all lines. Suits made to Order, Cleaned and Kearu A Co., a dry good llrm and the In 1810. Hev. LaMluy McKea delivered a crvo as a warning to other. Ho was terrment In family burning ground Pressed. Yankee Hotel at I'crrvvlilo. Jacob Gabbaril at High Knob, Jack-to- n splendid address to tho Y. M. C. A. considered a bad man and n bully, hav- near Harmony church. Truly "the days uro dark and dreary" county, and Win. Swofford atOgle, Sunday afternoon. Tho boy aro In ing killed hi man, but that did not de earnest and much good will bo done by ter our people from moving against for It rain and pours aud "tho wind is In Clay, were appointed postmasters. him, as they will others who attempt never weary." I never saw tho streets Policeman Tom Iloach, who wa shot these meetings. No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. Tho skating rink Is nourishing under tho damnablo trutllu In our midst. In of Danvlllo qulto so muddy a now. during Christmas by Deputy Sheriff Injuries nt the managemont of Smith and Henry. tho killing of Chapman tho country is With this warm rainy weather grip I Gvoreo Cole, died of his As a revived art It Is drawing largo rid of a very tool man and wo only re on tbo Increase. llarbourvlllo. Mrs. Wm. Warren received a tele and Georgo Crabtrco crowds. They wonder why neighbor gret that Sheriff Hrown wa forced to James Haines With n very larjro and select stock and : gram announcing the sudden death of do tho act. X shot and scrlojsly wounded John. Lee, ing (owns are so far behind. I 12 her nephew, Mr. Pitman, of St. Louis. dead after nearly John Dclk Tho pension board now consist of i.eo M whUky dealer, near Albany, a I Drs. K. Eruos, I. S. Wesloy and II. M. mouths' suffering with erysipelas In Ho had been 111 with grip and although !T .. bot Haines last Spring, Wo can pleiiio you In Shoe, for Women, Children Grant, They will soon arrango to meet his feet. Ho camo here from Honey his physician prescribed other medinow and Men. We stand at "llerlha I tho name of a I: the top for Quality, Style, Kit, A.C. You can buy from us Shoes that aro cines, he took phenastlno to relievo just established At tho North Jel- every Wednesday Instead of twice a Grovo, Texas, last May, and Dr. W. T. solid as low priced as anywhere. Garner and W. L. Lowder amputated his Intcnso suffering and wa found unllco coal mine, in Knox county, with month a they do at present. Is said of ono of our best citizens his left foot, but tho operation bad been conscious and died In a few hour. It George Dabncy postmaster. Mm. W. G. Dunlap and duughtcr, V The Somerset Telcphonu Co., has that ho once rented a cow pauura nnd delayed too long to do any good save to by which It was 10 parsimonious that ho frequently prolong his life for a short tlmo only. Miss Uessie, returned from Louisville Then wo keep the highest grades. In fact, tho place to get your Shoes. icrfccted arruigemcnls Saturday bringing Mis Elizabeth e Oar Genu Tarnishing Dep.rtment Is full of good things In v will connect with the line to this and visited tho place and drove tho birds Ho ha suffered untold misery and away to keep them from dorourldg tho doubtless death wns a welcome visitor Cheatham with them. Mis tl In tho blue grass. other places to his bedside. He leaves a wife and Johnson has recovered from grip and At McAfee, Mercer county, Jim grass. faHer. J. C. Maisce, a native of Gcor-cl- two small children to mourn tho lo of resumed her duties at tho College. Newc.t thing In colored Shirt., Pre. bhlrU, Neckwear Glovw, Hosiery, Wheat killed his brother Sam and d who has been employed as pastor a husband and father. After service Mr. Hugh Hoss Adams, of Corlntb, Ilats and Kverythlng to mako a man. Trunk and Valises. tally wounded James VanDyke, anothgrave by Hov. Gcorgo Green, Miss., Is tho guest of Mr. C. It. Mcer Negro. Tho trouble came up over of tho IluplUt church, preached to a at tho largo nudlcnce on Sunday and made a tho remains were laid to rest In tbo Dowell. Gabo Caldwell, tho genial ci 1:1 a crap tame. Colley, of Wayno coun-t- splendid Impression. He is a forcible Jones burying ground on Indian creek. popular pharmacist, with Mr. J. S. Halllngcr J. 5s; ine iveauingsnoe ana furnisiung House, UAHV1I.I.S ux. i" Wells, Is qulto sick. Leslie McMurtty and attractive T. S. Hknson. cakor. a proralneut young saw mill owner, tills his position for tho present. Mr. On Saturday morning a sable lad of Mrs. Mitchell Taylor Is visiting at horrlblo death by falling on a met a Chas. Fox continue very 111 with grip. 12 years, shot at John Stodghlll, colWilmoro. Mr. J. U. Staton and Miss circular saw while it was in motion. ored, liecauso the latter struck him. Jessie Hryant were In Stanford Satur- Also tho family of Dr. Tucker. Mrs. Death resulted In a few minutes. 12. M. Green entertalned'a few friend Daniel Jennings and hU son. Sum He wa taken before JudRo Hrown and day on business. Hi at dinner Thursday. Mis Elizabeth whllo attempting to lined J20, to pay which he was sent to I..1- - 1t,lllln TV. !... ......It uel, were drowned VttB MeteP hM retUrDed tr0m Lexlng- c '."0 days. Uun tho I for W. - hl1 vl.iilnc.1 Mr. J fi. Lnvv! cross Cedar Hun on a log. Cedar ton. Dr. Marsh I expected this week coun- Mocday, at 10:."W A M., Geo. fell In Is In the eastern part of Mercer a kettloof boiling water and was from Chicago. He has bceu taklug a D. Lusk and Miss George Miller were IV and empties Into mo ivoniucn badly, but not fatally burned. special course In tbo treatment of tho married at tho beautiful residence of near tho mouth ol uix uivcr. are few dirt roads In as bad ear und There throat. Mr. "Kid" Nicholson. At tho saw mill of T. J. Asher. at the bride's father on Danville Ave., by condition as uro tho pikes of this counMasley, a Her. Lip'ley McKee. Mist Mao ty now. Freo turnpikes should be tho one of tho Contro boys, fell whllo o.x- Wasloto, Hell county. John Hughes played the wedding march. slogan of every citizen of Casey county crclslng in the gymnasium, and broke Swede, was caJfibt In tho moving pieces. IIU limbs Only relatives and intimate friends Exorbitant toll is charged and no pikes. his arm. Mrs. Mary Woodcock has and lorn to returned from a long visit in LouisGreen Hlvcr has been on a rampage wens severed from his body and life were present. Tho bride' brother, J. Cash Is King. Our terms are cash. We have Is with Mr. Hon Durham. when the body was remov- Paul Miller, of Kentucky University, for tho past three week and we have ville and was extinct NO BOOKx and ticket paper has about run out. witnessed tho ceremony. Many valua- only hud a mall on an average of three Miss Josephine Engleman entertained ed from the machinery. TIME is all right in its place. NOW is the TIME ble presents were given tho happy pair time a week, and hencn no letters tho "Junior Social Club" Friday eveDeputy Sheriff Kldd and his to reduce price on all Winter Goods and to do It ning. Lcn G. Ebelen, of Burgin. Is In and they loft at one for Lawrencoburg, from thl neck to tho iNTKltloit JOURWin Cox and Ww. Young, were each sufficiently to INDUCE PEOPLE to buy. NOW town. The Heta Sheta PI Society will Wllllamburg for where Mr. Lusk Is located as a revenuo NAL. Riven two year at is the TIME when wo would rather have what the I glvo a this week. Mrs. E. killing 1'etcr Crabtrco,when they went officer. Thov have been devoted to At a recent meeting of the Fulman (2 it reception 11 Goods cost 119 than to have tho Goods We mean .. .! rtml ' for a long time, and their Drutum koclety, the following officers to arrest hlro. Tho docket of the court csch other ."." uranl nave re this, if you don't believe it, bring tho CASH and urneu irom louisvillo being for mur- many friend extend congratulations. were elected: President, O. It. Jones; contains W ca.es, six come to see us Seelug will convince you. Tho fiscal court convened last week Vlco President, J. It. Staton; Secretader. LAND AND STOCK. Charley lleddow has compromised his and its proceedings Indicate the fact ry, Mis Cora Gooch: Critic, MUs D. C. Allen bought of O. J. Crow a suit with the Cincinnati Southern rail- o that every thing is not us serene as a Florence Christopher; Marshal, Mr. b.ilmy May day. As I predicted, an Steuben Godoey. road, taking fc.,500 In ca.U aud a bunch of hogs at 'Jo. job at $3.1 a month. Ho will get a application was made for tho repara D. C. Allon bought of C. M. Jones Claknck Colkman. three fat oxen at .'tic. position as flagman at ono of tho Lex- tion of an old turnpike road, on which RELIGIOUS MATTERS. San Francisco has over 100 horses ington crossings. Heddow was Injured toll had been discontinued long ago, with records of,2:20 or better. whllo working a a brakesman. Advo- and which was used as a county road In Clay county, Tcnn , a couple of when tho turnpike were purchased. Tho Lebanon Enterprise reports cate wero tarred and II. Barnes, who lived near Tho four magistrate were equally dl- - Mormon preachers sales of 21 cotton mules at $70. Jamos llurniM., vnio,l feathered. Handsel won tho Crescent City Hand Hcnistudl. on Sinking creek, left bis vlded and Juili-- n Uuv" Thomas Dixon hos given up his leap, worth 82,000, at New Orleans Sathomo on Thursday morning of last week against tho allowance, claiming that tlmo will devote hi entlro urday. to go to tho Colony, and was found on tho law provided for repairing county (church and Two car loads good, fat mule, threo tho 1'lno creek road Friday evening roads, and that tbo funds rulsed for j w lecturing. O., tho dead. His body was lying In u ditch turnpikes could not bo appropriated ' At a church near Ironton, thl spring, for salo by Dr. J. B. OwsIff ot n minister was shot and killed by ley, beside tho road, and tho dead body of for that purpose, as other countv roads ",0 Stanford. few feot from could claim tho same. Squire I. M- - 'a man whom tho father bad reproved. his horso was lying a Thomas Metcalfe, of Jessamine, sold Tho Itav. L. L. Pickett has bought him. Whon last seen ho was very or m ado a motion to divide tho turnto Well 20 cattle at 4.:io drunk Horn, to tho deserted wife of pike Into four dhtricts and that each tho State right of Texas to sell tho and 50 hogs at Mc. Farlston, a baby magittralo tuko charge o! tho district Bromley wlro fonco und baa gone Alonso l'rovlnso, near Sales of hemp seed ut f :i.f0 to $." a bu. sell fence and bold protractboy. Provlnso left his wllo several nearest hi residence, supurvlso tho thitherto anu u,wo pounus ol hemp at So, aro The Second Session of tbo Scholastic Year, 16'J8-9- , ed meetings. month ago for parts unknown. I .on work on the roads and draw order on noted In tho Jcseamlno Journal. A girl of 10 Is dying In Chicago from tho county treasurer for tho same, aldon Kontucklan, Star Pointer' stud services aro In 7TONDHY, lowing thcm.elvc il'tk) each per year tho effect of sticking needles into her- demand. Twenty applications wcro call at the For Course of Study, Terms of Admission. tc, send for Catalogue iuiiiiikii Tin: i.iuvi- for tholr services. They all voted for self, every tlmo she Binned, done she received to breed to him In ono day at College on V.l.rll' KlncWeat.ot -- hlrli Mr. John 0lrr, thu motion. Judgo Hurnsldo refused, say by order of a Catholic priest. tho Two Minute Farm. ' BMld I uty'. of Vull.lflphl, show .that thoro nro eight or raoro I" ,UMt ''""'nd """ to tigu tho order and objected to Its Tho storm did much damage In Hour MltS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY. Lady Principal. Stanfotd Ky. "I him .1 follow irllu". r) .uuk.ii, Roing to record on tbo grounds that a needlet In bet body In vital points. sluiuil bon. A largo barn on Horaco Miller's lln M.VIn WILLIAM SUELTON, PRESIDENT. The Itev.G. W Perryman seems to contliiuillr In lack suj lK justice of thu peace cannot draw an orluaguc nutfl, p! farm was demolished and 40 cattlo killgrowing weaker .U by liu .llts-'r.lii- illder on the treasurer, and claiming fur- bo a very busy man, for In addltlou to ed. Near Centrevllle two largo tobacglnnw um " Turu-.UInUtliy that have no preaching twicr every Sunlay and ev- nillr.airlii.lJlw. trjrlnif'Klwlrlc flr.1 lwtll ther, to votothe magistrates salary for ory Wednesday night, ho Und tlmo to co barn wero blown down. UF.ST LINE OF- I Us right themeelves a snltuuij gtrsljo Slid .uri'ilw, coiitluuol lllrI that purpose, Ho also claims that such ,cdlt tll Huptist Evangelist and lecture A Culifornlan has patented an which o liuWauwUrJ luipruwiiiriit. I apparatus in well uun .... i,. tt.n wttk. sml iu nuw proceeding Ignores tho judge and tho on "Wanted, A Man." Tho Evangel a clock release a weight ' r0,,,,a " r"0' a l - I". at tho desired know luey ' published ut Mlddlesboro and is clork, who must record all order and " hour, the fall of tho weight lifting tho .iiulhrr liilw." No on muuu iui iu wj "'" Issuo u copy of them. Tho result will,1 " church paper. l IVnay's lrK Slurs. Unix .V) it.., guinatM-,1cover of tbo feed box and dropping bay who wero out Two Ulble student bo watched with Interest. Snulr.i Mi-down from a rack ovorhsad. 13,:il5 Slnco It has been established slumming at Lexington Sunday to so era prooed to buy acrushor and Icasu Tho Winchester Democrat has re huvH been burled In tho Lex an engine, claiming that metal could euro evidence against tho bar rooms, of sales of a lot of 1,400-lcattlo ington cemetery. Lat year 327 w oro bo put on thu road for less than $(! a wcro caught and severely beaten, Tbo port burled, and of that number JO were rod. This was carried unanimously. feeling is becomiug very bitter und if at 4 43, a number of butcher cattlo at 2J to 3.113 and soyoral of bog soldiers. Another trouble arose over tho dlspo the W. C. T, U. and Christian Endeav- at dc. It also says Hulldlug is tho that Columbus Tho Equitable Life Hand-Mad- e of tho delinquent list, which had or Societies continue their work trousltlon Thompson & Son sold a Wild Eyes heifl most valuablo In New York City. It beeu given to tho constables for col ble may result. More than half tbo sa- er for $300 and a Wild Eyes bull calf for assessed for taxation at 4.1,000.000 and loctiou. Deputy Sheriff Wm. Ward loons wero not closed Sunday. $100. pays 12il,U00 taxe a year. Theodore Gorgl and wlfo aro under suggested to tho court that the sheriff Walters & Hoard shipped lOOfathogs During tho civil war Gen. Morrltt alono had a right to collect, and had arrest at Dayton, O., for letting tbelr to Cincinnati tbo latter pari of last and Hon. It. II. Tomlluson to won In two year novon brevets address tho child dlo of pneumonia, without effort "gallant and merltorl court. Ho claimed tbattho court could to savo it oxcept by prayer, "I would weok for which they paid from 21 to 3 promotion for cents. On tho ontiro lot tbey camo out not appoint a collector except when rather bo persecuted and glvo up my short just 31 cent. Many Mercercoun-t- y ous service In thu Held." contrary to tbo teachings Tbo L. N. ha Just Issued a very tbo sheriff' olllco wa vacant. Lotcb llfo than ro farmer aro refusing to cngago tholr father explained to luindsomo folder and tlmo table, giving Owsley, county attorney, made an ar- of tho Ulblo," tbo iamb at 5 cents a pound. W, F. Far wa tho will of valuablo Information about tourists' gument favoring tho action ot tho to tho coroner. "If it ney bought a load of torn, delivered at court and it wa pasted to tbo next God that my child should dlo, nothing his barn noaa town, last week, at $1.40 wmiru in tho South, can change Ills decision. per barrel. Harrodsburg Democrat. Tho Oceania, tbo largest htp over tucpting, It Is tho general opinion built, was launched at Ueirasi. 11 i that tbo sheriff should have It, but it Tho exporting of corn to Europe and Wbon you cannot sleep for coughing at, 17,000 is a question for the courts to cuttlo. At greatly lteduced pi Ires. Coal Buckets and 701 feot long and registered takn Chamberlain' Cough Itomcdy. It other foreign ports from Texas is beSome claim that tbo magistrate can always gives prompt relief. It is most coming an Immonso business. Moro Ten million dollar of LouUvlllo aud not buhl tbo olllco of uiervUor any excellent for colds, too, as It aids ex- - than 1,500,000 bushel have been loaded Nashville collateral bonds aro to bo more than an uguui can vary tho term IKictoralloo, relieves tbo lung and pro- - Into steamer at Galveston within tho BOldnoxt Wednesday. Thoy bear i of tbo contract with tho principal, vents any tendency toward pnoumonla. last two months, and over 93 per cent, they being agent and that their con percent. For sale by Craig & Hockcr, Drug of this corn was grown In Texas. Tbo du:t vacates thu olllco. corn exporting season has just begun, gists. AlRWIlTr'lX' MXNDEH m aud tho shipments thus far madp aro Will cfleu rtus hurrlM) Hurn, hrU,t'ulor Tho private yacht of Mr. Lawronco lbs U- -l lu lbs Tbo Clbby Prison, whloh was taken small in comparison with what will bo UruUo. sod promptly nl It. Jones, 01 i.ouiviiie, is supposed to from Richmond, Va., to Chicago for made, la world, will kill ths llolU, JVloni, havo gono down with all on board' In exhibition at tbo World's Fair, Is to bo Curt Old N.r,, KeW Sort, UUfr.. Krupllvu. H.l Ills run. oil wrtU. Corns, sll Sklu tho Gulf of Mexico, whllo going from torn down and a modern colllseum A chewing gum trust, with $15,000, Curf Hu,rl"a- Mi lT u' Duly to 1'entacola, Flo, 000 capital, Is tho, latest. I New Orlcan built In its stead. IVuujr, Druwbt. a20-K)un- d W ATOHOUR WINDOW ONE DOLLAR, JL terrible otjt FREE PIKES UNDERWEAR ! Hlll-Kva- - The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone post-olll- ce I I Van-Dyk- a, I I I GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. i K CALDWELL & LANIER, I y, T T work-houc- I- To-da- 1 I ft 0 o, i; I 1 . .. T ft. i fj I life-llm- 0 H. J. McROBBRTS. v 1,300-poun- d d Stanford Female College. MILL BECIN JHNUHRY 23RD. ys 4. ltllt-r.- ," -- auto-raatl- stock-feedin- g . J .ir b car-loa- d Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, In the oity. Remepiber our line of Harness. B. K. WEAREN A SOTV. HEATING STOVES AT COST I IBBAZLBY & CARTER. i. - ? --- f t Ho.v. Nulson DinqLKV,. chairman en duties which could not bo ovaded by AUMY NEWS. of the I ton jo Ways and Means commit tho United States. Tho dally ciblo from Hollo its tco and leader of tho republican sldo of Tho leading Missouri democrats nro that Gen. Oil has tho situation repj In well body, died Friday night after two almost a unit on declaring that Bryan hand that Stanford. Ky., Jan 17, 1899 weeks' Illness of doublo pneumonia. He and tho Issues of 1600 should bo tho 'Ovori,000 claims for tensions for had been governor of Mnlno and since order of things next year. soldiers of tho Spanish war have been 1831 represented tho 2d district of that Tho West Virginia domoerats hold filed nnd they nro being received dally. W. P. WALTON. State In Congress, whero ho always stood their Senatorial chichi Wednesday Twonty-sovothousand Spaniards high as a man and as oflnanclor, which night, and tho republicans on Thurs- still remain nctr Cienfucgos ani the ft Senator subject was an especial study for years, day night. IUUollng for Clskwhuub In this Issuo wo giro n fie Is tho author of tho present tariff must begin In joint session next Mon lust of thorn will not get aboard tram-por's lika n plant. What makes tho plant fndo nnd withcr7 bcforo tho middle of February. imp'iO of tho testimony of Commissary bill which bears his name amd which day. U"ally lack of necessary nouriMimoiit. Tho reason w hy Dr. . Gov. Bradley has decided that the Ooncral Kagan bcforo tho wnr Investi- ho put through Congress In 1(1 days afSo say all of u with tho Glftgow 2nd Kentucky Aycr'fl Hair Visor restores Rray or faded hair to its normal regiment under tho re gation commission, which for unadul- ter tho extraordinary session to Co- News: It Is announced for tho thou- color, stops hair from falling, nnd makes it j(row, is because organization of tho Statu Guard will bo terated billingsgate and bitterness, has nsider It was commenced. Tho funeral octlmo that "r.x-Goit supplies tho nourishment tho hair needs. commanded by Col. HogcrD. Williams, not a counterpart. Ocn. Mile charged curred In tho tloiuoof Uaproscntnllves Ilrnwn-vrll- l shortly announce himself n "When a gltl at school. In Healing, Ohio, I had a ttrtn that tho canned beet sent to tho army yesterday, after which tho remain e.indldato for tho democratic guberna- of Lexington. Tho Senate conllrmed tho nomina attack of brain fsver. On my recovery, 1 fun.l myself was unfit for use and that It was sent wero taken to Lowlston, Mo., for Inter- torial nomination." It Is to bo hoped tnlJ an 1, fur a long time, I fixired I should bo "jndcr protensa of experiment," re- ment. Speaker Heed will appoint So- - that Gov. Brown will announce himself tion of Col. John B. Castloman to bo a pcrraansntly so. Friends urged mo to uss Dr. Ayr" Hair Vigor, and, on doing so, mr hair Immediately began to grow, ferring to It ns ''embalmed beef." rcno E. l'nyno, of Now York, to tho at oa-- overt If he does not stay In tho brigadier general and Gov. Brudloy will probab'y appoint Lieut. Col. Moranil I now Kirs as htary and fins n hood of Mir as ona conlJ When Eagan went beforo the commis- vacant chairmanship. ' rnco Jntll It Is finished, just tostopthls ris B. Belknap colonel with for, Mtift cHsnr!, lwA'rrr, from Hondo to dark of tho 1st Kension to testify, he read ft typo written eternal talk about his bothg on tho cvo tucky regiment Mrs. J. II. Huisnydm, 162 Pacific Ave, Santa brown." Miss Vauohan, of Paducah, has of entering tho race. statement Instead, In which tho paraCra!,CL y, Cupt. Boynol Is. Co. I, Third occurs and certainly gotten herself and family Ingraph that wo roproduco Mr. Van Voorhls will olTer ft substishot and fatally wounded Priwhich Is but au Index to tho vitupera to a mess. While at Donton Harbor, tute for McCleary's currency bill emtion and abuse heaped upon tho rank Mich., rcccntly,sho fell In lovo with and bodying three proportions and said to vate A Ivy, with other prisoners, ating general of the army by a subordi- marrlod a barber. Tho family was great- bo endorsed by McKlnlcy: To permit tempting to escapo from the guard-bousCupt. Reynolds commanded tho nate through several colunrns of print- ly outraged by her astlon and her tho national banks to Issue notes equal men to surrender. When limy refused ed matter. The commission after let- brothers went thither and brought her to the face of their bonds, to authorize ting him read tho statement and giv- home. Now tho husband, Frank Ball, tho organization of national banks with to obey ho fired fivo shots. Merchants of Macon, Ga., aro trying ing It out to the press, returned It to has sued them for SoO.330 for aliena- a minimum cnpltal stock of $i,000, Into prevent tho resignation of Chaplain Kagan and told him to eliminate the tion of his wife's nlTectlons and ho stead of Wo.OOO, ns at present, nnd to objectionable mutter ns It was too un- ought to get It all. Her family stands require that greenbacks onco having Sam Small until ho pays their Hccounu clean for the commission's records. So very high at home, but this Is no rea- been redeemed In gold, shall not again against him. Ho was treasurer for the far tho president has taken no action son that tho brothers should tear tho bo paid out except for gold, thus break ofllcer's mos, each nun paying his pro ratn sbaro of expenses. Merchants towards having Eagan court martlaled, wlfo from tho arras of husband. Ing tho "endless chuln." claim that ho has collected from other which would Indicate that ho and Sec She made her own bed and chould lie on otllcers, but has failed to pay them. retary Alger wero privy to tho dls It, unless sho is too weak of mind, as BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. Commissary General Eagan reappear-ti- l graceful attack on Miles. Kagan also she may be, to enter into n marriago before tho war Investigating comtakes a crack at Inspector General contract. wero two more murders In Thero Will lkyln tho New Vcsr With a mission and read u state Breckinridge, who only remarked Loulsvillo Thursday. Eighteen Loulsvillo laundries win In Its race for tho right to carry tho ment, in which he violently denounced when bis opinion was asked of the matmiles Mnj Gen. Mile for the bitter's stateter that army otllcers ought to bo gen have to pay tho sinking fund 8200 each mull a Burlington train ran ment that the shipment of tinned beef tlemen. That Eagan Is not a gentle- under a recent decision of tho court of In IKS minutes. man and that be is a disgrace and a appeals. This sonma to bo n tax on Mrs. Margaret Lowry, TO, Mrs. to Ponco for tho army was under "premenace to tho discipline of tho army, cleanliness, which John Wesley, not Amanda Clay, S3, ana james naiey. tense of nn experiment." Said he, "This Is a serious charge and I answer is too plain to admit of discussion. Tho the Bible as many think, said Is next SS, all died In Paris Saturday. incident will lower army otllcers in tho to Godliness. Tho British Steamer Andellna cap- that it was not furnished under the pretense of experiment, nor oven as an A January Clearance Si t nl the Lnuitvillr Si.tr meant a pent drnl In ptitthveri eyes of tho world and unless rebuked Tun now Senator from Vermont, sized at Tucoraa, Wath.. during a experiment, and when Gen. Miles smi there is n rcnoon why this ilmu il lx. Mirrwil Imyun are always quirk to np will have a most damaging etTeet on storm and 10 persons perished . both tho rank and file. The president Jonathan Kos, has more whiskers than Elisha Swim was sentenced at Bas charges that It was furnished as a 'pre- prrcUte such vsluoi rs we oiler and nnnot fail to nv tlmt while celling to mm.y the late Senator PetTcr, but thero will tenso of experiment,' ho lies In his varied Mitts of inerchnitdlio llirstonn of Autumn tude h pnrtctl tlieie l owes it to them and tho country to seo hnrdly as much wind blow through trop, Texas, to bo hanged for the cold throat, ho lies In his heart, ho lies In liound to bciinany lirokrn tlun Tills l a artoiliuents and bnralns in ewry tlrpnrtiiiciit that tho filthy scavenger is not only them. Iloss' picture further ehows blooded assassination of his father. overv hair of his head and every pore Halt- - wheie prices arctinadu with but cue ol Jed in iir and that Is to iidure Muck kicked out of tho army, but otberwlso The temperature for Drocmber, tak- of his body: ho lies willfully, deliber- Tho figure we that ho Is a suro enough Uncle name willjnot fftiljl" atromplith this severely punished. ing the average for 10 years In tho ately, Intentionally and maliciously In Klondike, Is 40 dugrees below aero. Haiit county juries seem to forget denouncing Gon. Mllos ns a liar when Spencer Courier has risen from that capital punishment alone fits cer- ItsTun with renewed llfo and vigor. Tho manufacture of rattlesnake oil ho makes this statement. I wish to ashes is said to bo d growing and, prolltable make It us omphalic and as coarse a tain crimes, or they would not have let You can't keep a good man like Editor the scoundrelly Baptist preacher and Lew G. Brown down, even with tho Industry at Valley Center, San Diego, tho statement itself. 1 wish to force Cal. tho degeuerate scnool teacher off with sword and tho torch. tho lie back Into his throat, covered FlUslmmons nnnounccs that ho x 111 wUh lh C0Dt0u of a clunp ialrnc I life sentences. Tho "Uov." Doylo while on his rounds with the avowed Inten start out this year and whip overthlng wuhto brand it as a falsehood of wlhole POLITICAL POINTS. in tho pugilistic profession and thoo jdotb, without tloapf saving souls, looked with lust particle of truth to ful eyes on a fair young woman, who In sustain It, and unless ho cua prove hi Hon. W. B. Fleming has announced retire. an evil hour fell a victim to his designs. for attorney general. Two negro murderers sentenced to statement ho should be denounced by Is our aim. 1 lot of lioys Caps, trpular loo and 10c grade, 10 1 lot of Hoys' Caps hang and ubout ready to go on tho scaf- every honest man, barred from tho regular pride, 25c,; Mcn'n lunvy Undtiwmr, Shirts ml Drawn. Suit, 4e, Tho llason was kept up for months and McMlUIn was inaugurated governor fold at Ardraorc, I. T., were granted a clubs, barred from tbo society of decent Men's cxtnihcavy ahlte Marina I'ndctwcnr, nt Ten old lets than Wlo or 11 puritiit, when their shumo could no longer be of Tennesseo yesterday. stay of execution. concealed, '.he scoundrel proposed that people, und so ostracized that tho street now OSc, Mcdlratrd lied Flaunrl Underwear for Men liSo irr suit, 1 lot of heavy The democratic committee of Shelby Tho Frunklln county grand jury re- bootblack would not condescend to Sho"sJ(or Men "fie. there bo a resort to abortion. A fiend county, has called u primury for Feb. turned 200 Indictments. Tho coul deal-e'r- spouk to him, who was known as Prof. McClurc was for hu has fouled his own 2.1, to select a candidate for the Adam Express Co, and nearly ev- nest, he has aspersed tho honor of a secured for $jO to perform the operaery other concern caught it. tion, which he did in the most bungbrother otllcer without a particle of ov. Eugeno Hlggins, of Baltimore, who ling manner with curling irons and as Fire at Memphis destroyed the J. S. idenco or fact to sustain in any degree a natural result the woman died, after was clerk In the treasury department Menken Company's dry goods store, his scandalous-libelous, malicious Fntcinators worth now 15c, IFasclnatort worth Iv'c now 2V, Flannel giving the name of her betrayer and during Cleveland's flrst term, died of cuuslog a loss Of 3150,000. Tho GajosO falsehood." Milts worth ?6c now 60c, Ladies' wooHIIonl-V- . If you're In need of a Cape or Hotel .narrowly escaped destruction. identifying the professor. Tho latter pneumonia. 3enolieil. The new editor of the Pincvillo CourCloak now U the time to buy them while they arc going at half piiie. The remnant tried to prove an alibi, but falling, was At Lexington in 21 hours 200 tons of understand that Fred permitted to contlnun his miserable ex- ier, Ishum O. Slier, publ'shcs a state- water foil for every acre of hind, or nml .Maude Ashbourne have lllnkesler cuutiU r la tins urpased,for bargain. ceased to ment which shows that ho votes any 2 5S Inches of ruin. Eddy street was be friends." istence by being rent to the penitentiaoverflowed and the residents moved ry for life. The preacher made a full way and every way. "Yes. they don't speak to each other It costs something to run for olllco in out. BOW." confession and he too was let oil with a "What's the trouble, I wouder? llfo scntenco. Tho courts having so Lexington. The democratic committee Tbo fifth hotel destroyed by fire in "He Marled to propose to her th I) rex and Apron Ginghams, Grt-- Illuo and IU-- Flannels all at low prlcvH. See signally failed o do their duty, Judge has assessed tho candidates from $3o for Marlln. Texas lnce Dec. l.'i, was burnthem. A large nnd gowl line of Lynch might with great propriety be assessor to $100 for mayor. ed Sunday. The last to go wus tho Ar otlier night nud had just begun to sny Tho inquiry us to tho status of Gen. llngton Hotel und sanitarium, and tho lliat hli breast was on fire when her called on to convene his. The earth father turned the hose- on him." Chishould no longer be polluted with the Wheeler and other members of tho lo-- s Is SOO.OOO. cago Dally News. House who accepted commissions in tho of a defunct bank at carcasses of the vile wretches. Stockholders CI-OTHINDlnVrt-ii-t army will bo begun by the House com- Lisbon. O., bavo been ordered by tho nlth Her. Gr. They had been talking of the war Chahi.es M. Lewis, editor ol the mittee today. controller of tho currency to pay $100 Shelbyvlllo Sentinel, Is tho object of J. K. Hawley' has been nominated on every share held by them when tho hero. and Men that hIII fit your purse "When he pasted through our town. ' At prices that will plrno iu Oietccnlsfi.r much advertising by the 3rd district for his 4th term in the U. S. Senate, failure occurred. a!l the blonde, triumphantly, "I Ited Ulankcts and Coin'or' that will please ou and puces suit yon. Come and see papers, because he represents that dis- which Is equivalent to an election and foi yuuriolf and lit coniimed. We nte the dieupist More in Stanford. W. Henry Bolla, for 21 years Superin Msm1 him." trict In tho State Central Committee it bo lives to servo out tho term ho will tendent of bridges and buildings fori "Quite likely." answered the bruand lives in the Sth. But we need bo 79 ut Its close tho L. & N. Hallroad, fell dead utj nette, "but I have ncer found it neces Bro. Lewis In our business, especially As tbo republicans failed to lo a peHo had been sary to take the Initiative In such matlnco Col. Juck hu left the district to tition for a rehearing in tho election his homo in Loulsvillo. ters." Chicago 1'ott. 111 several weoks. hold Itself up by its own tall, und gono law before (he time lor doing so ex Proof rnsltlte. Andrew Carneglo offered to give, West to belt elect a populist senator. pired, they have doubtless abandon"By Jove. you know, as I wasdrhlnj Ji')0,000 to erect a public library at ed the fight against It. T.D. It.VNKY, ManuKor. will down town the other day In my dog The Court of Appeals holds that cirTho silver tongued Chaunccy M. Washington, provided Congress cart, n street car run slap Into me and cuit judges can Hot fix special compen- Depew has been a site and malntenanco ol not carried nominated for tho U. furnish jne nearly half a block." litanch stores al l'aris, Carlisle. Mt. Sterling, Hardstuwn, Lnwrenreburg, sation for commissioners, who must on- S. "Phew t Wn the conductor much exSenate by tho New York republi- less than $10,000 n year. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, KJIiabethtown, Frankfort. Mauckpott, hid. ly get tho statutory fees for tho sulo of tho badger game cited?" Moore, who worked cans to succeed Murphy, dem., who was property. In many cases, judges, who given "Must have been. Didn't ecn aslc tho empty honor of a renomlna-tlo- on Martin Million, In New York, has to aro yery liberal usually with other me for n fare." Brooklyn Life. 's tuko his medlclno. " Tho court of ap- money, huvo fixed tho compensa a new trlul and ho' Opponents In tho Senate of tho peace neairrcfu'ed him The iH We I'seil lo Knt. tion ut 40 limes tho amount numed by 'Tls now the melancholy time treaty claim to bo confident of their will spend 10 years In Sing Sing. tho statutes und many suits may be in When nuta art hanked around, Sunday' ability to defeat the measure on a vote A hotel keeper ut Havana And men think of Hit pecks they used btituted to recover tho excels. und suy that the friends uf tho ugice-me- raised a Spanish Hug over bis place. To pick up from th ground When mn look back ulth vain rKret will seek to postpone u vote until A crowd of angry Cubans surrounded The 3rd Kentucky may not go to Cuba en aaya or long ogo. And think of nuta thty uad to tat after all, as Hopresentutlvo Clurdy Is noxt session. placo, and a company of tbo 10th tho That now would lay thm low. Senator Hoar Introduced a resolution Infantry found It necessary to charge trying to Inducu the war department Chicago Dally News. . to have it mustered out; while CoUon declaring that tbo peopla of tho Phil- with fixed bayonets. I'rtifessloriul Olijeetlons. is moving all of tho tleuven unit cuith ippine Islands ought to be free and inTwo hundred Chinese destined f"r "I tlilylc." aJd the Judg. "I will have bo can to keep tho Uh In. Denied of dependent, und that tho peoplo of tho v to Miitl you to the workhouse." -his Congressional salary and out out of United States do not propose to Inter- plantations In Mexico reached CHILLED The prisoner fehuddvrid. nml 1,300 moro aro to folthat of colonel, Poison will bo like a fere with their rights. "Couldn't you make It the Jail, took placo nt tho John B. Thomuson told u Washing- low. A stamped" fish out of wutur and ho uunts to avert judge?" be n.ked "I don't mind tho ton reporter that P. Watt Hardin will dook and several got away whon mm confinement, but I don't like the name. such u calamity. wero to bo sold as slaves. bo tbo democratic nominee for gov that they It toutxb horrible." Chicago lQt. TitlQO county is in the throes of u ernor. Tho next Legislature will bo Thorb Is a report In Now York tha,t Deelilrill ol, prohibition election, which Is to bo democratic In both branches and will thn B'ir Four. ti Ohio and "You haie cn our itoek yard pulled oil on the 2Mb. No other con- elect Blackburn to tbu Senate. Cincinnati. Hamilton fc Dayton ure to before Y ounecr find the tight worth will test can causo more oxoltuiuantor moro Editor John C. Wood, railroad com- bo consolidated under ono mnnuiro-mon- t. seeing, although many fattldlout perbitterness than that of u local option, missioner, who wants to succeed him-sulIs ald to bo fnvorad sons turn up their noses at Tho deal it" which ought to bo treated us u purely Is trying to get tho authorities to by the Morgans and tho Vundorbllts. "Well, that's not whnt I am doing moral question and voted for without huvo a separate convention for the nomTho rnnirollor )f tho ourronoy says with my nose. I'm trying to close It excitement by every lover of bis kind ination for the olllco ho seeks and not tho last wus tho most notabloHtutcment do w n." Chicago Tribune, without tho usual resort to tho passions. have It with tho Statu convention. made In tho hUtory of tbo national Xn lliiii,l,l Appropriate. For Silo by Following aro announced for tho Leg- banking system. Itshows a largo "How did he open hhuddros of welI'lto'. W. L. Wilson', who Is presi- islature in Louisville: Cupt. "Bob" over tho reports of Sept 20. Tho come to the corset manufacturers' dent of tho Washington & Lee Uulver-bltM. Letterle, dem., total resources thon wero 9l,00.'i,Ml, 4 denies tho story that bo has beeu Tyler, dem., John "IIo begnn by saying! 'Ladle nud Henry L Kremer, dem., Albert Churl-to- Oil, which was tho largest sum reached offered tho presidency of Yalo. As dem , Arthur Dcttwuller, rep , In tho history of tho system up to that gentlemen ot the press,' nnd Iniltcd Wilson served In a democratic cublnet Iron Foiict'. CyprcssSiunglos. shown by tho them to atny." Philadelphia Times. has confessed that ho voted for Mc- Shirley Evertoo, rep., und Dr. J. E. tlmo. Tho total resources and In- reports wero $l,:ii:i,30l,DlO, an A Klnlcy, It Is better to let his namo rest Cushln, dem. Senator Gray of the peuco commis creaso In rconrces over tho showing of "I bope," said the philanthropic caller und permit It to bo forgotten us soon as ( Tho lu- -' at the jail, "that you appreclaie the sion discussing tho policy of expansion, Sept. 20, lfc'JS of $.,10'J,88:i14. possible. said that ho had ardently desired "that creaso In Individual deposits reach a true meaning of peulteuce." "I reckon I does," replied the Lord- The Winchester Sun and the Mt. wo might escape tho necessity of tak- mini nf 2.5.''tl9.yi:). In loans und dls send-of- f Sterling Sentinel unit in u Philippine Islands," but that counts tho Increuso Is $58,4X1,218, and ened ?,lfrcmJer "1 lt,Pet - jren In ing tho Mill Work. Metal Uoofing. a.hlngton btar. " Pltentlary.-for Judge Hazelrigg for governor. out of unexpected coudltloos had arla- - tbolr aggregate Is $2,214,391,838. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - n tfhehair Shyer's &, &&c M ts sand-and-on- v, D, Ker-tuck- e. igpr. he The Louisville Store typo-writt- en Bargain Sale. pnte. Absolute Clearance of Winter Goods 3-- s, , Ladies7 Goods "c ! DressGoods,;All Kinds and Prices - Ib-y- 11 i The Louisville Store. n. peo-plo- J nt , Vuncou-verSundn- o f, And:You;Wili;Make No Mistake. HIGGINS McKINNEY. Oliver Flow 8r. BUY THE The Best In The World. i y, ?" n, ijr,inC, A.C.SIKEJ STANFORD, KY. bj '- tt Sr I. w m - - A 'W"m I I W ff'l" -- - " tatty iy-i-T- iy w l' imp, w mwm 'f "r" i 11 Out our price on feed bcfnro buy House with six rooms, nkltuhun and Tini: rim National ii.nk had to rati ing eltowhuro. J. II. Haughman k a baorucnt, on Main Street, for rent, .oil ou tslder to run It business Prldav. , , Co. Apply to V. I. Walton. President.!. S. Honker wa down with grip. Omhlcr J .!. Mcltobcru hud oth- A Splendid l.lne of . Huv Hlrd Two nice building Ut'lt.tilNO . C....n.. mi jaai ti tO. you'll never Hyo coal. J. Try It unco and lota, ncres Loth. --for ialo. Sco back cr ailments betides a boll on tils noo yy jlAnruniii V quit lt II. Hiughmao In nil. and AslatantCasliler A. A. McKlnney V Co. of my residence. .1.11, Owen. was at tho hedsldo of his tick father ... E. C. Valto.s, llusiNiys Manaokii. FonSALK. the (.'renter part of the d ty. Mfs Sno N'leo Marvin tafo. Cost Don't fall to too tho hay seed band Hnut 112.1; will toll for 87... nod Attorney P. M. MoHobertt I. I'. Shelby, paradu tomorrow. It U Immense. Wagons AfYoi'lt doouir elves yon tho right Junction pity. ter that hlo to McHobert' Storo and were preued Into icrvlcc and ran tho And Farming Implements which will be sold atUie business like veterans, Imcst Living Prices. An Inprescription, but tiniest III properly I.V order to close tin the business of Set a ticket to tlio SI l'htnkitrd ihow spection of my stuck U earnestly solicited. tilled, Jim can't rt'HiuiiHl)ly oxcci yesterday the bank was cloicJ en good result. It Ik always accurately 1'nrrlii it Hnrdln, wo odor for salo one-- ! nat nlirht. tirely, Mer. llocker and MeUob prepared unci' of tho very best toatcrl half of tho St. Asaph Hotal nnd nil tho Till: Moylt) county Immt, 91(1,000 4 ( i ts contlnutotf sick and Mr. MeKI :i & I Vmi. Driiir dtoro. nls at furniture FarrU Hardin. per cent, with an avantgo ol clclit ncy Iwln? absent on account of tho Give me a call and cot my prices. Faiim roit Sai.b. Squlro and Mrt. year to run, sold Saturday to Seoion- - death of hi father. PERSONAL AND SOCIETYTOSSIP, L. II. Aiiutns will sell thuir lino farm of (ood ,V Mayer, of Cincinnati, at a total MATRIMONIAL MATTE3S, T. T. IlL'iiiiirrr lit moved lilt family 1'ifl acres of bluo pratt land at Huston-vlll- premium of 1.2ld, very cloic to n per percent. The court very wltnly back to Garrard. at public auction, Jan. 2). Mrs. James Iinrke, of Vlnccnncs, a forfeiture of $1,000 from Mit. J.C.Hays It up after a mo Ind, breaks tho record by becoming n I.OST- .- Very tmull, red hound bitch, weckt' slego of grip. r at .T'. Die. J. II. OWHt.KY ho boon sick and short tall. Wrlto ma about her or Atl'adacah, Franlt Knight aud Mitt m WllBlir. 18 II B? The war departbrlnt; her to me and wlll ay you fgr absent from lilt ot several dayt. your trouble. II, J. Mcllobertt, Stan- ment hn written Mrs J. I!. Portaian Harriet Wright wtro married ufter a Mi.hs S.u.i.n: I.yscn wont to Dam Hlo that Wlnfred Poriman sailed from Fort ciMirulilp of 2i ycart. ford, Ky. , Friday to vlsll Mrs. Jonnlo Wolfe. Thomat Daughorty, of Coliimbii for Porto Iticu Doc. 20, but MltH. H.MI1.Y SaUVLHY wen to CoTm: Stanford ,V Klni;svlllo as neither thu war department nor Ind., was dangerously shot by his lumbia Saturday to vltlt her dauirhter. Co., with Dr. C. M. Thompson Mrs. Portinun have been mado aware whom ho threatened to whip. MltH. C. C. Sl.Hirr, of Hlchmond, Is and W. h. McCarty as Incorporators, Mls Virclnlu Gentry, dauahtcr of of hi arrival, the mother is naturally tho guest of her sister, Mrs. W. M. filed articles of Incorporation at Frank- uneasy. Squire Ch'iries Gentry, and Mr. K. T. llrltt. Caldwell, both of Hairodsbnrg, camo fort; cupltul C00. Miw. Susan Hauuih It confined to Takbn to SiMtiNOKiKLti. On a writ to Danville and were married. Adc UulTafo TllKUKwerc 22 burlult In Jut Opened. sent up from A'aeblnpton county Mar- cate. her bed on account of shortness of Springs ccmctary last year 20 adult shal O. J. Newland and Jailer DeHord breath. Stephen Whlto, of Boston, discover and two children There were .10 adults arrested I). CoiToy at Jim Goodo' Fri William Waliiukcht, of tho ed n Jew hour boforo tho appointed Hrowlng Co, tenl Sunday and tlx children hurled in that city of day morning. Coffey is chanjed with time for the ceremony that his intendtnoucamn imi7, Sexton T. J, le'er shooting and wounding Goleman Koy ed bride was his sister. The girl was with K. Hremcr. and Marshal Newland took film to placed in a home for the poor at au J. I). Statojj and Ml Jesslo Dry-an- tells us. of Mlddloburg, paid this olllco a early ago and was lost sight of by her .V TlIK Stanford Water, Lli-h- t Ice Springfield Saturday.call Saturday. AUo Co , declared a dividend of Tlin war tax on marriage bonds will brother. ItBV. I. IJ.TlMllllltLAKi:, of Now Al I'lierccnL, paid sundry debts and ClIANCKLLOIt-.MATHKNThough c- -t Cleric George II. Cooper ''ounty bany, Ind.. It visiting Mr. nod Mrt taxes and carried a small sum to undiHe did not put on tho fiO cent tboy had been lovers for soma time, tho 422 ri 1.M Kobcrl S. Lytle. a'. Mr. Jos. vided profit. Tho total available btx'iipfor some tlmo ufter July lt, marrlacu Sunday at Vnov. C. II. Uolmiih, whoso health ho T. Chancellor and Mies Mary Matheny h.lng K'on Informed by what Is very or, wa taken to Lexington not turprlred even the family of tho young Tub blp trade lu which George W. tnut'iit good Kttthority that it washow- - man as well us their many friends. Tho yesterday for treatment. He has been notified, netieary. Mlt.T. L. C.MifKSTKK. of Htiiton-vin- HIlTc, F.tDtuctl McCormack and W. K. over, of that tho (Kinds mut yet bu stamp ceremony occurred at tho residenceMaaccompanied Mrs. Samuel Held Wllllamr, all of the West Hnd. tlgurcd, C. At 10c to 40c per yard. ed and tho tnoaey of coure will como tho bride's mother, Mrs. Mary has been deelarod otl, all of thu to New Orluant last week. theny, and was oronounecd by lie v. out of hi pocket. beinu MtlUSed to hold on to Kvbhktt Hall Uotorfrom Stato W. M. Hrltt The happy pair then Collegu iosm hit mother. HeurySnlk-or- , whnt they have. Tin: VIeksburg Citizen of July 2nd, dnive to the Molhodlrt church hero 1MKI, printed on wall Hipcr, Is a highly whero tboy were thi- - recipient of many hi couln, camuoir with him. Till! Harrodshun; Demoarut hay A DISPATCH from Washington sayt that a bankrupt without n.it)tcun t;et prized relic of the uar, which has been contrratulations. The groom it the that H. H. Dank, latoof Stanford, hat clear of his debts by puyin); a lawyer in the possession of Mr. Muuk Huffman Idest ton of Mr. l Chancellor and bton apiwlnted it railway mall clerk. for J ear. Tho paper mako sport ol is a most excellent young man, of excm- WO for drawing up the petition end yaiikeo Gcneralbsimo, Suruuined I plary hubils and lino business qual'fl Mils. Maktiia Gkimk. who it visit-in- g aUiMt 3fi court eow. That U If you "tho ct her daughter, Mr. J. Carver uro Gmnt". who had expressed his Intcn-- i cations. That he knows how to keep -- mdlhhonel enough to want to gel rid Jonot In Kama City. U vory 111 with of your lion of dining In thu beles:ed city on his own counsel Is shown in tho debt without pajlngthem. pneumonia. the following lib of July, but a nolo that he did not tell his parents ofr his II Mm. Dk. W. H. l'KSNY ha rented ! ut tho bottom of lis only page dated mart laue till 2 I. M of tho d ty With tho cxeuptla of Saturday and "h,. tho room naverllsed by W. H. IlU'cint Sunday, which wore tprlng-llkin that day admit tho general wa riirlit led his bonnle bride to tho .iltar. and will with bar family taka meal ut thotr Iwauty, it has rained every day and that the llag ttf the Union was choice for a life partner uUo ihows that tho Myers House. ho is a man of tute, as his bride Is alnee the Otli nnd the earth Is filled lloallni over tho city. lovely, lovable and highly cultivated, J. II. Vaxiiooi. of MoKlnney, tiual-IRv- with water. It wa ruining jestorday, The Hot of the season and on sale this morning. A long nnd eventful nnd will make him u help-meMCKINNBY. notary public ya.terday, which but tho signal turvico promised that It In evclo'-- u 0:20 ery senso of the word. Mr. und Mrs. at life camo to u peaceful will b a groat convenience .'or tho shall bo fair and colder Sunday night. wheuCupL Geo. II. people of bl auction. Chancellor will make their homo at who hi hardinto tho great bevond. Mrs. Matheoy's ami ho will take charge ONLY about n third of thto no'llled Mil J. M. ALVHiti-OS- , ly loot a day In tho live year that he thatthulr property had been raised by He was born In this county Jan. Ill, of the farm, where let us hops bloom hut been In this offleo, I down with tho supervisors camo In to show cattio ISIS and was consequently nearly Kl ing ruses and bountiful crops may lino why It should rumaln at tho price they yearn of uge. With the exception of their pathway and add still further to the provallliik' disease. the tlmo, heserved In the civil war all their cup of happiness. Mils. l'ASSIK GllKHN it preparing to gave to tho assessor and tho board movotoherduuehtcr, Mr., lieorco l'. it work early Friday afternoon. his bu.y life was spent here, where ho Taubman't, at Ma)llck. Jolin 11. Wo-ne- r Tho raiso was IIOOJ, making tho to made and maintained .a reputation for All bought beforo the advance, to buy now if you would save money. F. XOJK.TIX HON. tal value of the county's wealth$l,Jt!l,- - sterling honesty and uprightness. He ha routed her tioute. to lit cinll(la- - for wus instrumental In raising u company Announceot lleiitvM'iitutivu fnim tlio county Mil. J. D. SIIHLHY arrived ye.Uirdny 0S2. tlio oltlce for tho Mexican war, but being elected of Lincoln, subject t j tlio action of tlio to tako uharuo of tho Hluo Oriu GroOUIt Ml. Vernon correspondent was about that tlmo to thu Legislature, ho cery. Ho wa tho former clever mau-aro- f mistaken. Gcorjro C. Fish, whose homo was prevailed on to stay at home by his I.lnnletta Sprlnir. day, James PaMon, who Mil William Goocii, of tho Gil- burned in Hookcnttle tho other $225 brother-in-law- , J.VX) Insurance on his hou.e, wished to go In his stead. Previous to bert Creek Seolton, I conllned to hit hod In Its smokeIl3ol.ru.(cy. Mlll.nl B Allrli, the civil war ho was olected circuit tho u'reater pirt of tho time with on hit furniture and 3100 on hi. lUutmij.c house and Its contents, nil In thu Homo clerk of this county, but resigned to kidney and other trouble. Crr.lltor.of tioeiiaui(l tankropt ire brrrby Kirly purchases will bo n.itthr.1 ttut lie lii.lMn .tljti.lcrU In the Court vt Dimities, Ac, and a full ino of Sl'KI.VG I'KKCALKS Wr. unintentionally omitted J. W. Insurance Co., of New York. Agent become quartermaster in Col. Lan tli!Mrltt if Krnliirty. Tbe ftrt from tho lli of direct- K. It. Muhony Insured him about three dram's regiment, tho lUth Kentucky IUukrurj for crr.lltnni will lie rirM at tli. rttice best Huydon' name itMtlnc of ll ago. Tho loss will bo paid at Infantry, uflurwards being promoted of llrirrw ill . nfonl. I.fiuvln county, Ky., Jan or elected by the Fit t National Hank weeks 11. I!1". t iu'rlo.1.. - u., turioMa IruMis (or once. After tho the ptil.Hr ii.iulnallon of the .hinkriipt aiul trflti.-srto division quartermaster. publUhed in our hut ittue. and it uilwr t nnr.. ii toar war ho was traveling passenger agent Wl.rrtli uimtlntt CrrlUor nhoul irorly osum H. I). MiCfltK ho been appointed nrrmsit thrlr Si PLfNKAltt), having been rliiim-'ulIs u Morlf..rallowaiit till, mrctlu;. i...tn.iAr at Turnortvllle. Ho pre- for the Vundalia lines and .continued to and reconstructed this season, Mmiftinl, Kv .Ian 17, lr!l. J S. Al MII.llx. Itatrrre In llantrutr'. ileinocrat and nucccodt K. O. Sinyleton, sents all now features and novelties, sorvu tlioso roads as long as lie was alo a democrat, who ha moved away and Mr. J. C. Lewis bus surrounded ablu to get about well. Hu was taen 1'iiti.ic i.r or sui Johnson and Arthur Kennedy himself with a big company of comed- given it osltlon in the rovenuo service tho 21 Infantry and are ians FurpasHlng till his previous utTorts und of lalo years has been u pension .yi Joined Co. nov on their way to Fort Crook, Neb., to pluuro hi patrons. Ho will present ugeut. For tomctimo past he has been almost helpless and since September fr.nn which pUco llioy wtil ro to his new edition of this successful fitrco comedy, SI Plunkard. at Walton's Op- lust, bis son, A. A. McKlnuey, with The uiulerslgned cnmmlttt v apiiotntru iy AT- Ti'.vh Caiii'BNTHK, dauhtor era House, Wednesday, Jim. 18. Miss whom ho lived, has hud to be up with im nriler f tlio I'Im'uI Omit ut Lliiculn Carpentur, of fctanford, of Dr. J. him overy night, often for tho greater Cnuiity. will on nirlved at HeaumontCollufo Monday to The supiier given by tho Knights of part of It. After buingiinconsclou for Wednesday, Feb. x.j, '99, tiku vocal tralnlnc undor Dr. J. II. Pythtus at John II. Meier's restaurant a day or luo, ho came to himself curly Conrt-hodixir III Norman. Hariod.buri; Domocrut. Thursday night was an uleguntono and Sunday morning und inked his son, V. Offer for sale at Tthe Lincoln County lUmds. Stamford. Kv. d MibS Fkaul l'lilLLU'S brouchlMai-t.rltostiG. McKlnney, who hud arrived from P!iiIk)ihI to be lmieil In llirtu series, fotho buy uru loud In their praUo of Mr. MUt Mamlo Hatln down Molor, who got up tlio menu, to divide at wl! ! erles ' " Series "It" tiinl Nrle "l".' In The latest designs in Toilet Article. Atomizers, Mirror. nnd ..,, rv:vli Orchard and ront wvcrnl cluded ulmost everything goodwhicheat. Montgomery, among his his etTects La- orles A" emtirnslnir H.w iiiimlM-rei-rHtiislstlng children. l his direction 10 to of III IxMuUof SiOOufieli iiiiil Ml UlUon d iy at her homo her". Tno tables uero beautifully and tastily ter lu the day Lev. J- - H, Crouch called 10 and 1U21).IkiihU of SI.C0O noli, and numlierof Series to Phillip, of Montlcollo, I alj at homo. arranged and ulmost groaned under und us his pastor, itov, S. M. Htiukin, eil 11 ImiiiU. omsMlnifH" eniliriices s?l".(M ?.W0 of lrt iMinds of siiltl 0 Dlt 11. M PliULl'S, who has pruotlo-e- d their weight of good things. The ob wus ill, ho usked him to preach his fu- nnd uuiiilHTeil SI to 30. and 10 ImihIs tif "O" I niul nuiolioreU 31 to 10. eui-medlclno hero tlio part year and ject was to get tho knights together neral discourse, fro.n a rurtulii chap Host line of DOLLS ever oflered for the monoy. sJ'.'.HOO tit fcalil ' Uiud. con.MIng embrace. ojourti, mudu many friend durlnjr hi and gi'o tho lodgo new life and ter uud the verse. In thu afternoon ho of 10 ImiiiIs of S5UO eiii'lKlilil niinilieriii 11 in avaln ha decided to movo to P.iducah. whero In this way ll wus aUo u success. u'llled tho family about him uud ufter 50. niul i; Uiuils of il.OOO c,icli. mimbered III serle "A" ho will form a partnership with Dr. tillering u most fervent prayer, bado Jl to 07. The Until embraced the iilenure nf tli.i .Im I'.ubatiks, formorly of this coun- cood-bv- o Cicero oaeh of tho children nresent emirt In und ufler tlio wir from tho dulti Wbnt Hack on tiiiiiu Contkact. I..7.I.... and piytililu aiul y- ! Hrlggt, Smith V Co., the Cincinnati und thanked thum for thulr goodnoss nf their uoiit sunt shall n sunn uiiie 10 ear. Mrs, A. A brokor who bought tho Lincoln conn to him, especially hv retleemiihlii ut tho pleasure of the court "local iuppenings, In und atl r 10 im iioiii the date nf thtlr ty bonds through J. H. Sowdcr, lmvo ' ney, who he said was u kind, from isMinl ami duo iind pnalilw IS )ear Window Hulas, iiutty, oto.. at Craljr for frivolous reasons declined to tako womuii, una naa been u real uuugiitcr sutd date Series. "C shull lie rtiieeinablu Is Now In puusitru ol inecouri in mm uuir iu I & Hocker's them. They want to wult for certain to him. Then ho said: "I urn ready, nt tho yo.tr from the dale of their ln.uitl and duo 102, decisions und claim that us tho llscal l'raiso tho Lord. I'mdjing." Holhen mid iKiablo In SO j ear from .aid date. Tho $100 TO LOAN. Address lockbox court refubo-- to pay Interest on tho relapsed into uuconsclousnevi (torn Uiuds to la-- sold will boar lnteret at rule of Stanford, Ky. per minuiii. pajablo 4 iter cent bonds given turnpikes, that It rjiay do so which lio never recovered. f ''h Jear. Tho ally on frtpl. 1 and i'ebC'upt. MoKlnney married Mir Han- Uiuds will bear tiaio i uu. i. with them. It did not refuse to pay nuj re- MONLYTO Loan. Knqiilro ut till their tniitur- und ileitiiitlon of said twiiil Iwfore iiivordlng to such interest OMctipt where thu turn- nah l'uMon, who was u step-sistofliro for particular. nuido sovrall Ity shall lo to Attend It. lie to return tho tlioy lived hupplly togothor for 52 years the series and serial number of tho ImniU, bri- pike buudholdors rofurod Fill NIL Sack containing buggy bonds, which had boon issued under a when she wus ealletl to her reward. lieKlntil ( with l"id No. I. Herlss A." Said "I tho. dle. Joint .Hraohetl. misconception of tho law. Tho bonds Six ohllirun wore born to them, thu UuuU'liiiileoupOsMWllI l' lM'le ... Lliieolu I'ouuty Ntl''til lliuk of sltnford. ' lVIt I and two mentioned, Mrs. Win. Hovstoti, of Ky llond. msj be reileemed nil WllliLiiAititow gruss sotMlitrt ut will bo sold again Fob. 1.'. Seo ad u of WUl'll Garrard, and Sunt Junius I. MoKIn felll. given bv'""tr lipoil JudgeU to .mu. : I.IiumIii eoiintv HlgglntA- MoKlnnoy's. uotli-Tiscul court wus in session Sat tioy, of tho L A: X., with headquarter.! Count) SuthiiiHl IUiiW of said rourU'liiten. TliK iriiiiiiiinV Jos. llallou wants to urday whoii it having gotten possession ut Montgomery, surviving, C'upt. lo rislwiu Hitvof the Ihmu a herein1 fcMtYiYttWWiWiYii Nov. linn DOijS. 3& lYiYiYiYaYiYtiWiWiYiYiVi'i Said U'mil shall ceuso to lKar r 4s . n at sSsV noBH o Z "? i- ; wus u member of tlio 1'rurhy-torlu- ti iiroldel ufter said date sIo of sitld bond buy toino Shepherd dog. of thu bonds given tho Stanford and Interest J ohuruli fur yours and died firm will lw for cash, lo tho highest uud lKt bidplko, $1,700, tho Crab Or .ancuster A blucktmlth houso and llh Wakti-.i- i 33 der und will tie offered In luttof tl.WHI ueeu chard und Imv istor S'1.500 and tho In tho fullli. Thu funeral ill occur ut iirlvlU'Ko of o.iHH) ll ill ll an noun nine ? S Sin' ug s5 y shop for rent. 1 Ituld, Suinford. si a a sIm;. Wavno.burg und Klngsvlllu$ll.S0,und Mr. A. A. MoKlunoy't this morning ut wild, thoeomiiittleoroM'nliiK the prlllKO ut ouco mid z a3 v - i; the entire tiumbor Wi:uiobaiHlllng Central Kentucky It being learned thai llrsggs, Smith iV 10, Huv. J- H. Uroaoli olllciatlng, uod uf offerltiif tho bid rvutiilng lio tuo.t iiioue uccotitliijr Carriage Co', vehicle lor lbW. II. K. Co., would not tuko tho 12,000 thoy then thu Odd I'ullow will taCo charge Said Iwnd uro sold bo paid for by und w parties - sf at, JJ .m S bought, un order was madu for tho title of tho roiualnsundluy them awuy in Wcaion fi Son. CA rniulr-e- d 4 por cent. bond, to clear up Hutlulo Springs Comutery, of which ho ot K2,000 THeiiun:JiM,r f Ihn lud will U : luf a-- Ea" ZV.. "O FntST bhlpmuiit of embroideries, to piaro lu lho Llueolii County Nutlouul everything. Thu court also decided wus ut otlginul incorporator und u di? 1? of Matifurd. Ky . a forfeit of fl.OOO goods on display ut lluuk ces uud whlto 85 that It wojU puy bauds no more for rector at thu tlmo of bis death. liuuedlutelv alter tlio purcliusn of tho t C Tt?p r is iit? o it Son. . working on tho roads, but muku tham bonds. jss &5 H?Trn Wltni'MOur sienaiure. mi juh. i k TI.e plpo lino bat been completed beJ. P. 1IAII.KV. Vb havo reduced to 00 cents ull work under tho old militia system. K) rtrfntrfmrrm of two borso teams was reduc- tween Somerset aud tho Wayne- county ar.0. ii. cooi'Eit, ) comtco fatMNNfNWfttttm He.t work Tho lay round for shoelng-ca- sh. I II. HELM, w oilfields. ed to tl from $I.o0. on earth. Hcailey Urot. mini iitmnninn mttnxTiT l Hti iw i cniun juukkial T , i have Opened in the Room Next to With- ers r urnuuru oiure Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, PHaetons, Btickbaards, Carts, 3 ! 1 t Agt. McCormack Binders W. A. Brown Wagons e, CARSON, STANFORD. grand-mothe- '" folo-phon- o 1 1 'xStSssmmmsmss 25 Pieces New Per cals at 5c Yd. 25 Pieces Light and Dark Percales at 12c Yd. ru A t, mm oml-nnnu- Y. 11 S Pes. Hew Ctek Dimity SEVERANCE & e, ircn-tlem- i SONS. mMmFsmmmwmimBm XI ere II m-fu- u They Are. d et y. pu-s- 5,000 Yds. Bran New Embroidery on Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Muslins. .. Notice India Linens, Long To Creditors. Cloths, Nainsooks, JOHN P. JONES. 1 . Lincoln Bonds. Mil-uil- s t. ii CRAIG & HOCKBR'S 1 Books by Standard Authors at 15c it,-00- I ftUCTION V ' -- M'inl-uiin- u- 1 er i. , 3E" :.xi jsist.ts-eSo1 PICA , T 1 MARK HARDIN. - $2 -r ir-- r ) Sov-uran- S?r If 1 "i; mi fc t r !S ;.: .sT CORPORAL KKLTON. WHEN YOU HAVE A HAD COLO. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL AT You want tho bost mcdlclno that can SENDS A HttEEXY.LETTElt AI10UT THE bo obtained, and that Is Chamberlain's 4TH KY. Cough Remedy. Joir'caU) (To Tiim.Diroii(ir ticr!sii:io tSI?JCR YJCA.lt IN ADVANCK sopaldtsa.BO will charged. ETSmHIilL iPSJBJ&g TIME GIRD KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. 8 ArrrlvreatStanfordat Stanford at No. 4 No. Jl ArriTM t lluwlwil Loaves Stanford t No 1t tt Sf.IO 1 00 1:0S A. M. A. H. DAT. 2:80 P. . KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ho. It Train (olnj North ' " oath Ka, H.S u IB IT. - For allirolnta. BO'JOII TICKETS BOLD. nAOOAOE CHECKED TllltOUOIl, For any Information enquire of JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, " ..12 7 p m . 2 II a ni ,.. Ti k in .. 1 U P o Kj, FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI. Tralne leave Frankfurt at 30 A. v and P. ., oanectlm; at.(ieontetown with O..A C. and reach-In- c rarle at S.40 A. M and 5.10 P. M. Iav. rarle 30 M.eonnectlne: at Oeorge-Sw- n w and with 4 C. .Ad reacWg Frankfort at U:6S "a7:smnEWT0N. QUEEN a. o. r. a. & CRESCENT. Tralm pass Junction City u follows 411 nm Ha. 1 South ..H 02 p m No. 2 North. S 43 a m " ..1180am Met " .184 pa 11 Warn RoTo " . .(00 am So. 8 05 p m "10 " No. 1 and 3 do not atop. 9 and 10 run no, fur- ther than Junction City. "4 '' RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Afem fcaldng powders are uSe greatest menaces to health of the present day. botai ammo sowota Co., atw yeaa. Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. 8IMPSOK, Pror.. Lancaster, table. Everything meet all trains. i Kentucky. Porter ou Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd first-clas- s. J.CTvIcGJjW UNDERTAKER! And Dealer In HARNESS, SADDLEBY, STANFORD, KY. fisC. Tho has happened and tho 4th Kentucky i designated for Immcdlaio muster out. Tho order camo as a surprise to Col. Colson, tho majority of tho ofllccr's staff and lino and to a great raan enlisted men who were ambitious to seo foreign service. It Is presumed tho rcRlmcnt will bo ready for muster out by not later than tho 5th of February. Every enlisted man will rccelvo ono month' extra pay, 52 cent for each 20 miles of travel to -- cacti his homo and 30 cents for each This means 20 miles for subsistence. about $33 extra pay to privates and will allow them to draw on anal paymont nhmit fi0. And so ondelh tho history of tho 4th Kentucky In tho (treat Amor- Ican.IIlsDano war. Hero's to tho tlory of their manhood which showed Itself when their country called. Hero's to tho valor of tholr arms, always ready but not or used. Hero's to them once moro as citizens of tho grand old com- moLwealth of Kentucky. May luey livelong and prosper and toll many ottholrexcltlng n lisping adventures. This Is a red letter day with tho sol diers of this regiment, their very dear friend, the paymaster, having stiown hla stem vlsapo and his money this af ternoon, and now tho troublo com- mnnppa ns thero arc men In every com- tvinu who cannot stand prosperity, their money burning boles In tholr pockets and they get burnt in conso- ouenoo. Tho Ursa thing tuo averago soldier does when ho gets his money Is to commence spending It for eating, drinking and sleeping and his month's wages generally last him according to the amount of sleeping ho docs. Private Burdlno WhltcaRer, U3. u., died this afternoon at Division Field Hospital, of pneumonia and hs remains will be sent to his home at Mt. Vernon,, Ky. Thoy will bo accom panied by his two brothers, James ana The Whlteakcr brothers Richard. havo made exemplary soldiers, never having received a reprimand, oecn in trouble nor missed a roll call. Tho whole company grieves at tho death of tholr comrade and will pay their final respects by marching In a body to tho train. Miss Mattlo Marlon, the daughter of the regiment, who brought tho 4th Kentucky Into newspaper notoriety last summer by refusing to associate with or recognize a Lexington young lady who aspired to tho samo position, and rumor says tho samo affections as she held, has returned to the regiment after a protracted visit In Kentucky. The weather In this country reminds ono of a Central Kentucky girl. Sun sblnoand tears, warm and cold In turn and the turns como pretty olten. If as many men of tho 4ih Kentucky get married as claim they will upon their return homo, there la no reason urhv pwrv woman in eastern Kentucky from 15 to 30 years should not havo u homeandaababyof her own by this time next year. Tn mrirflt. Hrctlce the last week ox- oontinniillvhlphavoraccs were made. This regiment tfould well bo called a sharpshooter's brigade. An officer of another company onas just sent his orderly to borrow our stools for tho use of brother officers in a quiet poker game and in consequence I will havo to desist. .COUDOKAL W. D. KELTON. Co. G., 4th Ky. ANNISTON, ALA., Jan. 12. You want a remedy that will not only glvo quick relief but oiTect a permanent cure Youjwanta'remcdy that will rcllovo tho lungs and keep expectoration easy. You want a remedy that will counteract any tendency toward pneumonia. You want a remedy that Is pleant and oafe to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is tho only medicine tu uso that meets all of thoso requirements. This romedy In famous for Its cures of bad colds throughout the United States and In many forctjfa hountries. It ha many rivals, but, for ilia speedy und permanent euro of bid colds, viands without a peer and Its splendid qualities aro everywhere itdrolred and praUed. For salo by Craig & Hooker, Druggist. Christian Phillip, of Wisconsin, DR. W. L. tried to mako a suro job of his attempt nmiciAN AMD DRUOatST, at suicldo. He shot hlmaelf In the body with n revolver but tho bullet glanced MOKINNISV, - KtCNTUCKV. and raado only a llcsh wound. Iiothon drank a quantity of diluted tuurlatlo Carefully Compounded Day or acid, ran thrco blocks and jumped from lrrerltlon .IgllV. bridge Into tho river In tho a railroad darkness ho landed tn wntor too shallow &0TICE TO FURMERS. to drown hliu and he laid down tu finI have on Imnil ami fur sain ish the job but wita Ushetl out by a. bystander nnd Is still In tho land of tho FORTY' Hit OK E MULES. living Will M'll from one to a car-loa- d LOWDER, LI'M) I. the furt'rmmer to ronaumptlon Dr. I)iH" will euro It. nml elveaiiL'li atreniitli tn tliolunca lliHt n cuuiili ur n cold will not ittlo llivrv. Twruty 11 1 Cfiitut IVtiny'a Drug I'tnru. Tlio Torpslehoro's Carnival at Liuis-vill- o took In $.1,500, but expenses weru IKIIITAT11IV. Al.o L1VERT, FEED AMD SALE 132, CTABLE. (9) II, I). FOX, not Danville, Ky Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited Is a now train 64 hours Cincinnati to Havana, Queen & Crescent Route and connecting rull und sieumshtp llccs. rinet trains In the South. Through tickets on salo Cincinnati to Havana via this line. and tho Kentucky battleship "liver service will only gel $1,000, This added to the former receipts makes M,75') 00, leaving Jl.rifll 10 yet to bo raised. $2,500 OHMIIEII I 21 TEAIK. auffervd 2i J ear. wltlin cough, and .'nl liumlroiN of itollnn with doctor mid for mt'dlclne to no nrntl until 1 uvil tr. ivineily Thl Nell's nW lung xtrun'g. iimkcx It Im. anvril my llto J. II lt.ill, Orantatmrg. HI. pure Drug anJ Medicines to prevent We dare pmted our land, anil hereby nn tlnin running tlowu or to btillil up rtn Already warn all permit, from for auy purpose whttuvcr, under viiltlly of the law provided In audi debilitated syitetu S. II. IUi;tlHMAN. T. D. .NKWI.AND. A. M I'F.NCK. J W. IIAt'OIIMAN, Our slock of proprietary articles M rl IIAL'UHMAN. K. F- l,ATTKItON, . H (WANKS, Mil V OUIMFJ. every remedy of merit and our preJ K IIUtTCR. J F. I.V.N.V M WAIIK. !' J II McKINNF.Y scription department Is supplied with J .1 OWSLEY, Sit. A. M VK.I.AND, everything necessary for the accurate fill- POSTED. trrlnK ce In the couthc of tiic yenr It may lio necessary to bnre tlio aM of con-ta'- 1. 8. PRICK. Surgeon y ing ot phyaiclans prescription. Dentist, grand-childre- Havaria can boast of 23 pencil facTHAT TIIUOHISO UEADACHC tories, which employ 10.000 people, In OSes ever McHoWrt.' Prut- - Store la theCOwileX lf..lf.llM Would quickly leate you, If iu uwl Dr. King'. cluding men, women and children. To New Ufa Illtt. Thouund. of iurtsrer. hate proe-- cl gether thoy produce no fewer than 4,- their walchlesi merit for ." .'k and Nerroua thf. Yot'No t'liAitAirrnii comedian, Hralaches. Tliej- - make pure blol and alroiifc 000,000 black and 300,000 colored pennerrnand lmlld up ""r health Ea.y tu lake ults per wroek them Try them Only M cent. Money back If AND his by l"nny. Pruoilit not cured the rAiu.c kiMi or A IX nimw. 1. notod for ll keen olslit. clear nnil ills COMPANY The minimum weight of car load lots tlnct eltlon Sonrotlio-- o iwroti whit u. BIG COMLDY alofor wrnk is to be advanced to .10,000 pounds At butlierlund K.ij:UKu kind or crnnulatrd . tu-dof anv )ri In the Kurul Farce Comedy, llil- -. fold at IVnnvN n 2 rrntu present It Is 21,000 pounds. Htanford. Ky. 5?HBHLv Penny's Drug Store. FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. S Undid farm of JP acrraln Southeast kanu.. ell lulle. from lb. MUurl line, iriitfarniln(eoiinlry thlikljr srtilxl Will M'll innir tertu. or trade for farm lu IVntral ken a nrren la lucky. (n Jl,i"l to , AillreMltoi U.Slaiikml, ky irad. (TU) 3D J. C. LEWIS. ,.ll. i'f ev. ir "SI PLUNKflRD," H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor. Walton's Opera House, Wednesday Eve, dan. Entirely New Dlntoguc, New Situation., New Noveltlen, Scenic A Mot'hanloal EffccU I'arco Comedy. A Strong mid Efllclont Comedy Co Stanford, Ky., 18. Is Receiving; lilt Fnll And Winter GoodH. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. ThaOrrat ii U. V 11. bbbbbhH aw. 'itBBBEBBHDlBTAblut ri&jaaL Tin' Count Fair Scene. Machine !eenr LOOK OUT ! For -- 91" and hla Country Hand Parade For the Funniest Street Parade ever seen. tlfltc.ened Seals now on sate at Milloli-ert- .' Drug Store. FIRE INSURANCE 91 e0OOTM is44m 3T v well-lighte- THE d delights of an evening spent around a table are not half understood. An illustrated magazine its wealth of illustrations, its stories of adventure and its descriptions of travel which carry you to the remotest ends of tho earth, and its instructive articles for young and oldthese are the first requisites for your own enjoyment and the entertainment and proper education of your children. To secure for you the best and most interesting of the great illus trated magazines at the lowest possible price has been the aim of the editor of this journal. That we have succeeded we leave our readers to judge. A special contract recently entered into with The Cosmopolitan, which seeks to become better known in this neighborhood, has enabled us to offer you a year's subscription to the greatest of the illustrated magazines together with a year's subscription to this journal, Insurance Caledonian PHENIX Company OP BROOKLYN. : W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Laucnstcr.Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain Ultli Vllallud Air. I'lijalclan In attendance. Office In thn New Thomwin llutlnliig. ! Insurance Co., oi Scotland. KOUNDICD 1HOS, ' NOTICE. The Lincoln County National Hank, of Stanford. Ky.. haa aucrfedetl tho Farrutr. Hank A Tru.t Co.. of Stanford, Ky.. and Iih. ajtaumrd all Its llabllltlen, aurU and eutire liu.lnt- -. S. II SHANK'S. 1're.ldrnt J II. OWSLEY. Cu.hler R. B. MAHON Y, Agt STANFORD, KY , J. T. SUTTONT, - BothTogetherOneYearforOnly$ , -- 2.75: dustonville, .Unrtortalcor, - Kentucky e))(a"" v ulirtitninlinaggb v V - Tho Favorite Line X.OTTXSVIIiT.1. TO teacher recently ordered ono of bor pupils to purchase a gramday ane receivcu tuo mar, and tho next following letter from tho child's moth er: "I do not aesiro mat, iuuiwu un engage in grammar as I prefer her to In more useful studies and cun learn her to speak und write proper myself. I havo went through twogrura-mar- s and can't say that they did mo no good I prefer Mattlo to engage in Ger-ma- n and drowing vokul music piano." a an. CHICAGO. Trains Morning Pai-s- e tmd livening from ion Stutlon, 10th and Broadway. Un- risers desiring Information and ratej to Wisconsin. Minnesota. Nebraska and points in the far West, Including California, should address Frank J. Heed, Oen. I'uss. Agt , E. II. Hacou, DU. Pass. Agt. W. II. McDoel, Vice.pres.4fc Gen Mgr Charles II. Itockwell Traffic Mgr, A THOUSAND TOSMUI3 r..it.i nnoinrn. the lanture of Annie E. bprln- ger, ofllM Howard .t.. Philadelphia, l'a , when she found that Dr Klog'i New HUcofery for had completely curtd her of a hacking cough that for many yean bad made Ills a burden Allothrr reiiicllea ai u uuciors coum iji.o . re- 1,1, . hi, t .), uv. uf thU ItovalCure "It awn moed the palu In my thtat and I cn now aleep uundly, toiuelblui I can Karcely remeiuwr uoinu before. I feel like sounding lt pralw tbrouithout the rnlwM." bo will erery one who trie Dr. KIiik's New DlKorery for any troutie oi tue Throat, Cheat or I.uu. frlce W aud II 00. Trial botiln free at I'eiiny'a Drug btore; every iwttle illustrated magazines sell for. For three years The Cosmopolitan has undisputedly claimed that it reached the largest clientele possessed by any periodical, daily, weekly or monthly, in the world. It was The Cosmopolitan which sent Julian Hawthorne to India to let the world know the real horrors of famine and plague. It was The Cosmopol-ita- n which established at its own cost a great Free Correspondence University which now has over 20,000 students on its rolls. It was The Cosmopolitan which offered a prize of SJ.000 for the best horsearrange-meless carriage and prizes for best plans for public baths, and best of sewer and pipe systems for cities. It was The Cosmopolitan which set the presidents of great schools and universities seriously It is The discussing the defects of existing educational systems. Cosmopolitan whose enterprise is always in the lead in advancing the M world's civilization. ,m m, .wirrir We have also succeeded in arranging for two additional offers in connection with this journal and The Cosmopolitan. the best of the illustrated magazines After placingon your book-tabl- e in connection with your home paper, probably the most important thing in a household for every household, in fact is the proper keeping of' accounts. The only thorough system of in Bookkeeping is the "Ellis." It is not only a complete instructor, cash-boojournal, but with it, neatly put up in a box, gosales-boobills payable and bills restatements, bank-booledger, ceivable, checks, remitting book and every conceivable appliance for beginning and carrying on the business of the farm, the shop, the manufactory or the store. More people fail in business because they do not keep their accounts straight than from any other cause. Farmers ana mechanics, husbands and wives, students and professional men, young and old, rich and poor, all need some knowledge of accounting. By the "Ellis System" this is easily acquired through nt k, s, and vnnr nivn vnn t it,:, at,,,,,, price thatnr,is only about lionii natvr whatan illustrated some of the a fourth of a magazine FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STA.NfOHD, KY. $100,000. iifmliliMilfHUi tb.iT.inl. of Weal LltculauU alvck oKodluiand Caskand CaMy cuuulle. .uaiway.on nana. S I). S. Carwnter. Manager. Surplus, W 3:0 NOTICE. We are In the trade with Full. Ilranch and other R(xh1 Coal. AImi I lay. Corn. OaU. rhlintuff. Flour, Ac We alu hamlle llrUk and Sand Iteiiicniher wv tnku Farm In exchange, i'ruiupt delhery and llk' and aoale. uttentlon to all order.. 1 A N ileiwt. Telegliouo No. ii. near PEItltlN A I'ENlE. I" 8. We b1m curry Sowing Machine. Carta anil Attachmviila and do ull kind, of '9 repairing, I'ro-duc- Attention ot the public I. called to lbs fact thai Ihl. la lbs onlr National Dank In Stanford Un der the protulona ol the National Hank Act urr.l not only he lb. capital atock deioaltora are but bj Hi .lockholden' llahllllr 'or an amount equaltn lh.tU.ek Kilblt de)lioriof IhUln.tllu. a fund ol tXU.uui awori tlouareaecuredh itateu.nt. ol the condition ol Iba Itauk are mad, each tear to the Culled Stale, tloveruuieot and lu anels are eiauilnnl at stated tluie. by gufKUUieni and perlcl .al'l. amenta, Ibua af.urUiadlltloDal ' to depositors. In.lliutlon originally eatabllihed aa tbs H ThU po.ll Hank ol blanbni In ISM, Uen reairyaulied a, tbs National lUuk ofSlauloid In M.t amlanali reori(aulIilutbeFlrlNatliiiialllavkof Stanford in lei, hiahadpiMthally anuninierruitedetlit. year.. It I. Iwlltr aupllrl uow will euc-f-or lacllltle. fur tranuctlni bu.lnrM piouiptly and lib. .rally than ever teforeln Ita lonu iud booorabU tiner, Accouuii nl Individuals, Dduclarlra.arui, and lodlTtdualsaoUclted. DIXtCTOtt. J W Hayden,Slanlor4 F Held, Lincoln Co.; ' 8. II. lUuahuian, " S.T llarrla, T I". IIIII, J S.llker. W A Trlbhl.. " W.I'. Walton ' .1 II fVlllr.Crah)reh'"1 M. J. Miller, MUernon. D.EIinore, blanford. Hi H. Southern Railway !'8 ICTilltQ'H the QVQ'H 1'ENETHATES J 8. Horker, 1'rr.id.ut; A A MrKlnn.v orricaa), J J Mcltobrrti Ca.sU EIGHT GREAT STATES A.iani('4.drr, TRY THE Kentucky, Tenucasee, Virginia, Oeorgla North und South Curollua, Alabama. Mla.liwlppl NEW HOME Through Sleeping Cars lletwjen Irfiulsvlllu uni' the South TIIKI'i; DAILV TRAINS Ixlugtou l' A giuraukeJ. BIG UOUTK, 4. , TOLEDOAND DETROIT AH Folate In Michigan. The Heat Una loan J Fruu CHIOAGO. rfflb 'ST. LOUIS. Tunnel AfoUlnf tha Whlta City bpedal." Heat luminal station. BOSTON. Waiuer SlceplDg;Cui. Did you over know anyone who had the sumo sort of religion as tho old Ne gro who rono In prayer meeting and said: "Oreddern und slsturn, Pzo been er mighty mean Nigger In my tlmo. I's bad er heap er ups and downs 'specially downs, since I dono jlnod do church. I'yo etolo chickens an water- mllllous, I'zo cussed, I'zo got drunk, I'zo shot craps, I'zo slashed udder cooos wlf my razor and I'zo done er slyht or udder things. Hut t'ank do Iqrd bredJern, I'zo nebbcr yet lost my 'llg- - $1.75 (express The cheapest price at which this is sold at retail from Michigan unpaid), but The Cosmopolitan has purchased many thousands of sets so that it may offer them If taken in connection with this paper and The Cosmopolitan hometudy. Each way between Loulavllleauil W. A. TUUK, O I'. A.. Wa.hlniton. W D. C. II TAYLOE. A O Louis Hie. Ky All Three Together for i HV'. "' " i WJ u. I'rinr c.n. Wuurr Sleenluz Carl. Pilral (Xuapartuaat Can, tlogiot Cuwhaa and 1U D'.ir IBS NEJW YORK. Ion." ii e WEAK LYHS AUK MADE i c SriUlhU, One other opportunity we offer you. You wish to keep in touch with metropolitan life, through the medium of a great daily. The Thrice-a-Wce- k World of New York is the equivalent of a daily and is a marvellous fund of knowledge concerning the happenings of the day. Each issue contains six to eight pages of eight columns each or over eight thousand columns of reading matter a year. "h former days this would have cost you probably as much as fo.00 a year, by itself. Now you can have it, if you wish, in connection with your home paper and The Cosmopolitan Magazine Onl" sT irFLV 1 JjjUliH WRITE FOR CIRCULARS BewIo Uachlnea w manufacture arul.thsU prices before you purchase any other. THE NCW HOME BtWINQ MACHINE CO. , oaasua, sua U BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE S$ft8M AUaaU,U. Ixxita. M Traoc Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. ruling a k(rb and dMertptk)n may Anroti quick If aortalii our uidiilou fre wbvlber ut Invvnuon ( prubblr ltenUbl. rufuruunlra. tloatttiictlrouuitdvuUsU. llaudbaokoal'ataata tntfraa. UJJwl ajw4sw KWicy tvr curuig ytmuu. Tatanta taan tbroutfu alunu 4 Cow rvcolTa notkt, wllhout tbarwa, lutba Can. D. U. UA UTI N, K Q. MpCOHMipK, Hn, Trattk) &Ur, CJtu. I'asi. 4Tkl. Act lloa tuudo clear, stye removed and giuuuiuted lid, or sore eyes ot any kind siK'odlly Hud effectually cured by the umi of bulla rUud'a Fxle E,)K Halve. It's put up m luues. ami sum ou a guaranvee- - tor sale at I'tnoj a Druj btort Three Together One Year for Orilf $ 3. 35 Colon Sauara, If Y. Daarrauuw,l.'l. WUaaVlia. llilcairo, m. A. R. HALL, LIucoln roa aais ay bauaaomely llla.tratad weekly. lMtntt rtr cutatton of asy aclenlido lournal. lenua. ti a reari four niontha.ll. Sold by all nsw.deaj.ra. A SckNtific flwerkan. t JA in1 l , i. ,A -- .