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BRIEF NEWS NOTATION.
The commissioner ot patents granted
23,279 during- the year.
A bursting emery wheel killed Hen-
ry l- ware. 2o, at fauuean.
The wife of Senator Thurstou, of Ne
braska, died aboard of a ship at Cuba.
Mrs. John Mason Brown, widow of
the distinguished lawyer, died at Louisville.
The Clark county grand jury found
!)0 indictments against Winchester
Charles Rudolph, who leased the
Bijou at Louisville, has skipped, taking
with him a pretty girl of that city.
Twenty widows are on the steamer
New England, en route to Alaska,
where they propose to open groceries.
William J. Koerner, the newspaper
artist, who killed his sweothoart, wa9
sentenced at Now York to life Imprisonment.
At Jackson, Rev. Charlos Robblns
and three others have beon convicted
of kukluxing and ?ontoneed to one
"Molly." the 8 foot 10 inch Negro
porter at the Hotel Southern, Mayfleld.
is dead. Ho wore a No. In shoe and
was mammoth In every way.-
Squire W. F. McNamara killed John
Keller at Lexington. There were no
witnesses, but the squire says that
Kollor attacked hm with a knife.
The Viotor'Woollen Mills, the largest
in the United States, burned at
Cohoos, N. Y., causing a loss of S
and throwing 1,000 men out of
Lightning struck the "Cannon Ball"
train ou the Illinois Central, between
Mayfleld and Dyersburg, breaking four
windows and frightening the passou
John C. Breckinridge Corp of Con
federate Veterans will bring the mother
of the great partisan soldier,
to Lexington and supply her a
The towboat Rescue met with a series
of accidents on her way from Pittsburg
to Cincinnati. Six boats and several
Hats with about 150,000 bushels of
coal were sunk.
Dennis J. Canty, formerly a partner
with II. W. Van Scnden in the stock
brokerage business, shot and killed a
Western speculator at Washington.
The members of this firm seem to be
unlucky in every particular.
John Stephenson, the Negro who
shot Deputy Sheriff Logan Young In
Jessamine and was given five years, appealed
and the court of appeals reversed
the case on technical grounds. Monday
he was again tried and pleading
guilty was again given five years, after
lying in jail IS months.
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Near At Hand Is The Strife Of
Two Great Nations I
War which will take We, like Uncle make
Don't Fail to See Our
& pun Line And Styles Stetson's Fine Hats !
Fedora Hats worth $2, now 98c. SHIRTS. Well we can show you that only fine city trade carries,
at much less price. MANHATTAN SHIRTS.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER,
G ood socks, 5c, worth 10c. Don't
Sy IX ADVANCE
OJ- When not so paid 32. CO will e charged.
.KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION.
"Trfflru leave Stanford at 7;10 a. m. and 1 p
returning at 4. 23 p. tn. and 9'05 p. m
Ko. 21 Train going North ..... ..12 87 p in
No. m " ' , .. 3 13 a in
Mo. 25 " " South ..1210 a in
Ko.23 " " " .. 1 27 p tu
KO'lOll TICKETS SOLD.
IIAUOAOE CIHJCKF.D TllltOUtill.
For anj Information cuijulra ol
JOE S. KICK, Agent,
VIA GEOKO ITOWN.
. u. A. M r. m. A. M
96 SlOO I.yf. Sotnemt , Arl2s
3 It " Jet. Otty. J 11 31 r
"Si 450 ArrOeowtown, Lt 3 3S G39
20 1163 " Krauklort, " 6 30 300
5 10 8 40 Arr I'.in 6 30
Djllr except Similar
C. D.UEUCAIV.O. r A.
QUEEN & CRESCENT.
Trains jias Junction City as follows.
Ho. 1 South .... I! "I p in o. 2 Kortb 3 SI p in
Ko. .1 " U 02 a in " 4 " 3 21 a in
Vn.S " 1131am " 6 " 1 32 1 m
No. 9 ' ...... 8 20 p m " 10 " 0 u0 a ui
Ko 1 ami 2 do not stop, S and 10 run no further
than June! inn City
TICKBTS FOR THE LAUNCHING
On account of the launching of -the
bitth&hlp Kentucky at Newport News,
Vu., Thursday, March 21th at 10 A. M.,
the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., will eeli
round trip tickets from Lexington,
Winchester and Mt. Sterling (and
low rates from all Central
Kentucky townn) at $12 for both
trains of Tuesday, March 22nd. Tickets
will be good (seven days from date
of Kilo. Trains leave Lexington at
31:2; A. M., and 8:30 l m , and arrive
at Newport News 11 A. M and o:50 p.
w. next day. Berth rate SIJ.oO through
or Send in your names
to undersigned ac once for sleeping ear
suace. George W. Barney, D. P. A.,
C. & O., Ry.. Lexington, Ky.
A five-cent quart bottlo, w ircd so as
to protect Miss Bradley's band from
Hying glass when she smashes It on the
Kentucky's bow, Is tj bo used in christening
the battleship with water from
the old Lincoln spring.
Verge of soon place. Sam, Competitors
back down. We have the Finest Line of
Clothing Ever Shown in the State.
CHILDREN'S PINE SUITS,
Our Ammunition is Prices; the Best Results for Little Action.
OUR $10 SUITS For Spring Are Beyond COMPARISON.
See our line and Save Money. Finest line of SHOES in the State.
Stacy Adams & Cos Fine Shoes !
and Kept in
buy anything in
J. L. FROHMAN
' Glasgow will have a sale of Xojrro
vagrants In a few days.
An Illinois University has added
dancing to its curriculum.
Raiders blew up a toll-house In Mont-
' gomery with dynamite, out mere was
no one In it.
Charles Boyes, his wife and
child were killed by lightning at
Dr. Daniel J. Glat. who had been a
practicing physician for (50 years, Is
The Jennie Casseday Infirmary at
Louisville, has been sold to Dr. Louis
McMurtry for SIo.OOO.
A performing elephant belonging to
Gentry Bros', circus broke its leg dur
ing the show at New Albany. Ind.
The Louisville Board of Trade will
keep "open house" at Old Point Comfort
after the Kentucky launching.
In a lit of jealousy Albert Lathwell,
of Niagara Falls, shot his wife, his
mistress and himself. All will die.
Doiwndency over HI health caused
Miss Chloe Shrewsbury, of Montgom
ery, v. va., to enu tier uie wnn a pistol.
Miss Kate McMatiu., of Upper San
dusky, O., took carbolic acid to quiet
an aching tooth and died" a fv
Erwln K. Maxwell, an old hotel man
and the father of Walter Maxwell, of
tho Palace Hotel, Cincinnati, ia dead
in that city.
A new corporation Mod articles with
the secretary of State, the American
Cholera Vaccine Company, of Louisville.
Capital stock m.QM. The Incorporators
are John B. Castleman,
Wilbur Lewis and Frank Elsman.
Tho wornt lire that has occurred In
Chicago since the Cold Storage ware-
nousc Holocaust at ine worm. r air. in
1893, broke out in the building at the
corner of Wabash Avenue and Jackson
boulevard, causing tho deaths of 20
people, several of whom were killed by
jumping out of third story windows.
Falling to win the heart and hand of
a London, O., girl, John Withers began
to drink. During a spree ho stole a
watch from a saloon keeper and now he
is bervlng a five years' sentence in the
penitentiary, where tho young lady
frequently visits bin.. They will marry
when his term expires.
Mrs. Ilallie Miller, whose maiden
name was Harper and said to be from
Danville, died in Lexington, where she
was deserted by her husband of three
weeks. She was but 10 years old.
A Western cattle grower says that
saturating tho hair on the backs of cattle
with weak brjue during the months
of February and March will kill every
grub of tho ox warble In their hides.
Shape For One Year Free of Charge.
our line till you see our prices. All goods guaranteed.
NEW CIGARETTE LA.W.
WHICH WILL GO INTO BKKECT JUNK 13.
"Be It enacted by tho General Assembly
of the Commonwealth of Ken-to
"First It shall be unlawful for any
person to sell, barter or loan or give, to
make, fabricate or manufacture, to
have on his premises, in his possession
or under his control, a cigarette
made by hand or manufactured,
whether it be made of tobacco or other
substance, whether it be oovored with
paper or other mutcrial, It shall be unlawful
for any person to have ou his
premises, In his posies-ion or under
his control, any substance or material
outof which any part of such cigarette
could be mad'i with tho knowledge or
purpose Hiatal any time such substance
or material might become a factor in
such cigarette "
"Second Any person who shall violate
tho law as set forth in the first
purntrrnpu of this act, or shall qrnde it
by any trick, artifice or method whatever,
shall, upon conviction, be fined
$10 nor more than $100,
or imprisonment in the county Jail for
not leas than live nor more than fiU
day, or both so fined find imprisoned
m tho discretion of the jury, and each
violation or ova-don of law shall be
Jeemed a separate otTcnsf."
is delifelited with tho prospect of an airing
In one of our new btylo baby
We have the handsomest etock of
baby carriages and go-carts in town, in
all the latest styles, and with nil the new
impioveinciits, that wuatc from
ft to 520.
W. W.' WITHERS,
Stanford, - - Kentucky.
StMe and Undertaking Outfit at
DR. R. m. PHGLPS,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN &
Stan lord, - - Kentucky.
over Hlgglus A. McIxltmovV Moro.
Opportunity of Your Life
A Tu Wnrrvl Hourlnp
Mill wltli i:iivntor lint' lU'l!omv nnl
of whom mill corn for Mile Mill running
full time nutl tlNiHliiy of cntlrt' out put til
satisfactory price. The pldiit w
uvuii to Ik.' upprtH'liiti'd Will lj villi ut ft
IxtrgHln. Ill mo to quit the
milling Term wiy. OhII nn or
C C. VANAIWDALK.
Coal, Corn And Hay,
Orilur Olllce hiuI lYel KxrlmiiKH nciir
DrjMit M.. Stuufoitl. K
Coal Y.trrt. Mill hi . .1 II Hljrffliii'
Stand. iitlsfHt'tln liunnuitfcil. jHn i
MRS. U, D. SI.MP.SOX, I'ror .
1. as: caster, : Kentiiclcy.
Newly ftirnlsliudi clean beds; spluiulMl
table. Kvorythlng Porters
moot traitiH. SI)
Trees, Plants, Vines.
The llui (Jrass Nursorli". oirr every tlilnj;
for Oroliurd, Ourdcri. I.uwu. No
mid Konerul imrhory UMuloguos
on uiijillcatloii to
II. T IlILIXNMEVnil.
Tclvplionu 207. (lO1.') Lexington. Ky.
$40 A Month Salary.
A fuw ener'utlc l;iIles and pintlniicn
wanted to Abovi)
Call on or address.
0s lt. .M. (iOOC'll, Somerset, Kv.
The Ladies Kestaurant is the finest in
the city. Evcr3 convenience for ladies
spending tho day in the city.
Gentlencn's Cafe on olllce fioor. '
THOMAS A. MULLIGAN.
Music Thursday a:d Sunday
Dars Troubleln lc I.nn.
noiwri to sr.Li..
All tliintt Plow i..
All thosot'lnvcr Sci'il.
All tliiii S4 irs,
All tho" llurnui.4. ,
All & t ! Ilitngivt. "' "i
All tlio gMxl. cliWtp kuIIos of l'urnlturo,
All 3011 jH'oli' tt'tiiHinlxT mo.
d s cahi'i:nti:k.
Caledonian : Insurance
Co., of Scotland.
6 STANIOUI'. K.
H. C. RUPLEY,
The Merchant Tailor,
Is Receiving his Fall And
Give Him a Call.
John It. Castlkman. (1. Iu.mi v.
BMBEB & GIlSTLEim,
Commerce IBuildinrj, Louisville.
Agent Throughout tliu outh.
W. A. THIBBX.3G,
Stanford, - . . Kentucky,