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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 20, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899012001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: January 20, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'Vft'srfc'r1' " r aOiff-- - r. . r, - JV ' -- .$ r'' ; i SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXV11. NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. LANCASTER. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 20. 1890. RELI6IGUS MATTERS. FOLTICAL POINTS. NO. 92 i i - I ft v I ft K Tho Lancaster Hotel Uoinptny has Quay was 1(1 vote short on tho first U9v. Sam Small continue to keep Mrs. J. M. Howell, of Barbourvlllc, incorporated nnd pifrohased Col. W. S. himself before Uio public, UiU tlmo by ballot of tho I'cnnsylvonla Legislature It dead WE SHALL MAKE ANOTIIKIt tar V. S. Senator, Two brother named MoNall were Miller's lot. The contract will soon bo taking tho bankrupt law. let and tho largo hotel ami opera house Tho river harbor bill will contain F.ldor Joiopti Ilillou will preach nt killed by u tmlii In Hll countf. Parkavlllu on Siturddv i.venlni. liffnro an llora of SJTfl.OOO for tho Me: Sandv Magglo Dcnxlo was knocked will soon materialize. Ml air. i. ... uuexor iia moved one to ,Und on tho .'Ird Sunday In each month and Its Tug and Loulm fork. On a lino aflord to mUs, Whl cyour3izci in Sliirts are still here you down ami robbed on tho street ul this city. Mr. John Ivtmlsion I out this year, Inttuud of the 1st Sunday, at i ho president has uppolnted a cotr- - have them still fur ngnln. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Blkln arc formorlv. mission to investigate tho economic George O. Anderson, once n leading rtiu Siunfofd, Turnprsvllla nnd Mt. conditions of tho Phllllplnn Islands. merchnnt of llnrrodtburg, linn beendo-clnrc- il attending the fowl show nt Louisville. Mr. Jacob Jounh bus guno to Cincin- Xenl.i Christian Eidcavor Soolctlcs Tho attorney general of Kansas cats Insnne. dry good Arm of Itobcrt, Far-- rl nati to see his mother, who Is vcrv III. will moot with the HiHlnnvIllo Socio ty Gov. Leedy' special session of tho LegThe TH lucludtf nil tho Unci -- Manhattan, Columbia and Smith's Fine Shirts. Don't Thu upor'lur are still In session atll l. M., Sundar week. 2!)th. An In islature was Illegal und that the laws and Whcollov Hro. V Caldwell ml( the chance. Hlg reduction in all line. Suits mado to Order, Cleaned and have consolidated and n slock company and they are raising the acmcni of teresting program bus been arranged. passed by it nro void. Itev. und Mrs. S. M. bigan hud thulr John llussull Young, librarian of tto Pressed will b formed to conllnno tho business prowrt) In several Instance. Ono ni the itond now occupied by tho first farmer objected to having his property son, S. M Ji , rbrislftii'd Tuesday by Congressional library, Is dead at Wash .nontloned establishment Advocate. raised and said that hu would like to Key. i5. M. UioKlii. Dr J. V. Logan, ington. Ha wm u noted journalist, dl- Mrs. A. K. McClary, u cousin of Mr. dlsose of It at the Htecd value, when the Hutu fellow' gr.ind f.ttber, was to plomut and public olllcial. J. C. McClary, of this place, died near Col. J. M Hlgginbutham, one of tho lupllzu htm, but he Is el.lc. Mr. und j Albert J. Bevcridgo was elected No. 136. DANVILFJE, KY. Urodhcad Tuesday ntlornoon of typhoid supervisors, said that he would take Mrs. Loguu h.ive relume I to Middles-bor- United Slntos Senator by the Indiana General Assembly. Turplo received fuvcr, aged 3S. She wo u daughter of the property m that price. No trade Illshop ;o 1 of J, J. Smith and was a devout member was in nili!. but such oliets are made no bUbops Potter, before tho board as- tho complimentary democratic vote. at New York, mado the Some Georgia Confcderato soldiers, of tho Haptlst church. A husband and more. With a very largo and selrct stock and N. V. Harris ,tt Co., of Cblcngo, sent tounding statement that saloons nro n who uro unworthy of tho name, hare sovoral children survive. wns found Treasurer W. II. Klunalrd a draft for social necessity under existing condi- sent a petition to Senator Butler to J. H. Casslday, u soldier, keel) ui) hi tleht for nenilonH for thnm. on tho L. A N. track ul Herea. Ho had tai.JS'fortho turnpike bond. They tion. They provide it reasonable und We can pleaso you In Shoe, for Women, Children and Men. Wo stand nt Gov. Bradley ha left Frankfort for ai from Capt Stewart, wrote u letter to Capt. Wm. Herndon, legitimate place for relaxation for tho n leave of absence tho top for Quality, Style, I'lt, Ac. You can buy from us Shoe that nre Company K, Fourth Kv. Ho was kill- who waa employed by the eouuty to as great iniijorllv of men who can not af vacation of 10 days or two weeks, dursolid a low priced a anywhere. belong to club ing which tlmo Lieut. Gov. Worthlng-to- n ed while getting off a moving north- slit Mr. Owsley In that mutter, saying ford to will prcsido at tho executive olllce. Ho was from Cump that tho record was exceptionally com bound freight. GOOD UND AND STOCK." Eugene Halo In Maine, Cushman K. pletc und that everything was neatly Shlpp. Anniston, Ala. Davis in Minnesota, Henry Cabott Then wo keep tho highest grades. In fact, the place to get your Phoes. Jo Williams, colored whs sentenced and pncrly done. This speak well Bourbon county sold gi&),000 worth Lodge in Massachusetts ucd J. II. Haw-le- y Oar Gents furnishing Depirtment U full of good things In to life Imprisonment by a Whitley fo- - the attorney and County Clerk ot export cattle latttjeur. In Connecticut were U. county jury for tho killing of Steve Duncan. Tho Sayings report the eule of Men nud nations are like dogs, they short yearling steer ut 821 and heifer S. Senators. UoberU at Jcllleo, lal July. Ho and Chauncoy M. Dcpew, rep , wus cho-e- n Newest thing In colored Shirt. Dress Sblrtn, Neckwear Glove, Hmlerv, ItotarU had a dispute, after which have their day. Tho downfall of our nt 818. U. S. Senator fromJNew York, F. HuM und Escrythlng tomakon man. Trunks and Valises. Williams waylaid hlra, shooting him nation Is only a question ot lime. The U L Hubblu sold in Atlanta one car from Mislurrelt of a shot gun. Tho greed for territory, the disregard for load of cotton mules at SHI ar.d another M. Cockrlll wo with both souri and Julius Cusar Burrows retho fuudumeiital principles ol our Insti- at 87. jury was out just in minute. elected In Michigan. tutions, thu heavy exN)tisc attached and Is u wheal fluid in California There The Leading Shoo and Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. UKSOr.UflONSOFTtKSl'KCT. Congressman Clurdy' request, that the conflicts with the Interests of other that contains 2.",Ul'0 acre or Is 10 miles tho 3rd Instead of tho tlh be mustered will bring an end to our great- square. Hall of Crab Orchard Lodge, No. nations out was refnscd on tho ground that it ness us sure a reckless speculation will Asu Spha'r, of Clark, sold 230 Hand10. I. O. O, F., Jan. 18, 1SW): bring about Individual destruction. Wc ing walnut tree to Vlrglnlu partle eamo too late, and that the 3rd was tbo pleased the WllKHKAS, It has better of tho two regiments for Cuban Grand Master of tho Universe to had better heed thu English statesman for 82,000. service. Tho 3rd has sailed for Matan-zam our midst our beloved who rnlil: "Our colonies uro a millrcmovo from James flobluenn bought in the West Uro. I'asi Grand Oorgo W. Bnmaugh. stones about our necks. When they End a bunch of heifers at 3c and a few The dcmocrutlc opponents of tho IK-I-t, resolved 1, That In tho death are weak they lean upon us and when hog at 3:. peace treaty havo resolved to Insist Bronaugh this Lodge has lo- -t they are strong they leave us." Two car loads good, fat mules, three of Uro. Moil of our citizen will remember this spring, for sate by Dr. J. D. Owe-li-- upou an amendment placing the Philone cf It oldest and best members, the ippine on the bftino footing in their Stanford. church and earnest and faithful follow- the extremely handsome pair of plrtols relation to the UnltcdStalc;n9 Cuba, medical profession one owned by Col. W. S. Miller while ho er of Christ, the FoiiSalk. Eight good work mules, und to muko u persistent light if this who has honored It, and tbo community resided In this city, which were mid 4s to 0s, mostly mares. C. M. Jones, concession I not grunted. a citizen whosu influence has been wldo to bo the finest In tho country. The Maywuod, Ky. There one bit of history the Disname was a sy nonj m colonel showed ma u letter from Muj. F. P. Illshop sold to D. C. Allen a lot spread; ono whoso Cash is King. Our terms are cash. We have & of character, gentle- - Gen. Flizhugh Lee, acknowledging the of hogs at 3c und bought of him a bunch patch should get straight In It mind. for unrlahtncs NO UOOKs and ticket paper has about run out. and that I that John Wbatlen has been lender of thoso weuotiH, to be ased by of lambs ntUJe. ness and purity; an Ideal man. TIME is all right in its place. NOW is the TIME for year, and is'today, tho inveterato him during his campaign In Cuba. The C. T. Bohori sold a of good 2. That wo tender his family our symto reduco prices on all Winter Goods and to do it enemy of Joe Blackburn, und Blackletter was written from Savannah, just cotton mules a few days ago at 3(37.00. burn considers him responsible more pathy In this their hour of herein sufficiently tu INDUCE PEOPLE to buy. NOW before tho general's departure, und S. M. Owens sold eight of same nt 370. is the TIME when we would rather havo what the any other man, for hi defeat for hereof bo scut to Col. Miller shlpited thu pistols to him .1. That a copy At UcuIhhi Gentry's sale of Berk than Good cot us thsu to have tho Good. We mean the Senate, and doe not hesitate to his family: that the same be spread on by exprer to Huvanu. When return- shire hog 70 averaged 331. Noru C. denounce him ou ull occasions. this, if yon don't believe it, bring the CA81I and tho minutes; also that tho iNTimioit ed they will havu a history tliut will brought 820.-- Poem Beauty 8107.50 and come to see u. Seeing will convince you- publish the make them very valuable and they will Virginia Wutkitis $00. C) JoruNAl.be requested to be even more highly prized. J. E. Bruce hipcd hi export cuttle action of tho Idge. CRAB ORCHARD. J. F. HOMIAM, G. W. DKllOItU ANI Collector and Treasurer B. W. Ilur-rl- to Chicago, but he wont full what bo W. A. CAIlhON, COMMlTrKK. says that tbcro uro 27(1 pupils at- got for them He says, however, ho Tho Lambert. lintel and Dcazlcy wa well paid for shipping them. House uro doiug a splendid business. It has pleased Almighty tending the graded schools, 23 having Wiiriikas, Cobb A: Llllard sold lo M. J. Farri Headers of the I.NTKUIOU JOUIIN'AL God In his I'ruvldeneo to remove from entered since Jan. 1. Everything Is 35 feeder ul 810. George turn 10 Peter HI and' read from 1st to moving smoothly and general euUxfuc-llo- n earth und lis association our well is cxprusscd. It Is pronounced tbo Shelby sold to Horace Bowman 31 long 15th verse. Then read Luko 12:37. biother, Fast Grand Gcorgo H. largest and best school in thu country. yearlings ut $31.93 Advocate. Mr. Charles llcdd, Sr., Mr. Nellie McKlnncy, now bo It, William Crump 6old to Gray Hop- Hedd und Mrs. Kllzabeth Barker are By Stunford IkxIro. No. 1'rof. PullcrbOn and hi uble corps of Hksoi-vkaro praised for their elllclent kins, of Pulaski, Tenn., lost Tursday, convalescent utter a most severe battle 150, I. O. O. F., that In tho death of teacher Lodge loses ono of work. It strange that souio few hes- one car of mules ut 377. Lazarus & with grip. Mrs. Cooper, of Livingston, Uro. McKlnncy tho Co. bought III good mule utnn average is with her mother. Its oldest und most zealous members, itate about paying the tax to supjxirt 3.J7- Glasgow News. The lent has arrived .for tho hoop-pi- e loyal U our order and this Institution, a It Invite Immigra- price of about ono who was over John Cook, who bought J. H. Ilulnes' tion and docii much for the culture and factory und business iu tb'ut lino is practiced lu teaching. Wo remember famous sow, fattened und killed her quite lively. The manager, Mr. Duke, grutoful allectlon tho example of enlightenment of t tie community. They with thl week. Sho weighed u little over I un alfablo gentleman, much liked by pay as It Is, for nearly his life among us. As wo cherish Ills hud better Is for tho tux, and If the vote 000 ounds. She wa 1 1 years old ami ull his workmen, and t giving employan memory may we strive to emulate prg from her ment to many lamllles. Tho woods aro bo Increas- Mr. ltalne sold example which will preserve tho purity Is taken again the rate will 85 during thu year hu owned her. being s:oured fur and near for poles, It teachings and ed 10 cents on tho 8100 us thu uuiounl ul of tho order, mulntaln The prospects for u grod wheal crop which are conslunily being hauled from I to pay The Second Setsion of tho Scholastic Year, 1S9S-9- , extend tho sphere of lu influence To now collected barely sulllclent in Bourbon thl year uro excellent. ull quarter. Several car loads have of hi family we us u tho expenses. tho member Tho pond that was sunk on W. S. und The ucreuga I ubott tho eamo a last been ulroady Bblpied. Wo understand Lodge extend our earnest sympathy they will continue work until J uue. com- It. A. licuzley's farm by h musk rut ycur. K. B. Hutchcrufi ha bought mid In this their hour of sorrow Fur Course of Study, Terms of Admission, rtcc, send for Catalogue 0; call at the bushels of wheat from JutT Vlmont, Quustion, Have teachers In any College on tho unfailing gooduess burrowing through to Sugar creek, bus mend them to Suuday School, who have ouly contribrcllllcd with tepid water In which there of Mlllersburg, ut fSc Pari Now. of a met elf ul God. Uleliiril Foley sold yesterday to Sam uted during u year one-ha- lf MK3. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfotd Ky. myriad of little fishes, thu color tho cost of A. C. SINK, J. 11. Mr.HHIION ANl J. uri' and construction of which seem to huvo uel Uunllng four acres of ground ou bound lesson books, uny right to lake IlAHHIH, COMMITTER. WIlLLIAitI 81IELTON, PRESIDENT. T. Tho lart;o the Clucinnutl Southern railroad for them from thu fuud contributed by tho a phruphetle significance. llshes are of a beautiful silver color und 81,500. W. E. and T. L. Banghman children to their Sunday School, to ANSWKUS ONE AND ASKS -- 11E3T LINE Ol'- huvu a yellow and white eyu. Tho sold to Kev. J. M, Bruce 120 acre on purchase for themselves such books? A smullcr ones aro a yellow as gold und the Lancaster pike for 3,G.V. The land certain church Is owing u small debt, Iu your Issue of Dec. 27 you publishhave the same kind of eye. Thu most I unimproved. Danville Advocate und souiu of Its member think all sured this: A I indebted to II $u, It to C, I Speaking with regard to tho sleet plus fund should be expended toward eamo amount. remurkublo part of tbo whole matter C to I). D to i:, i: to F, tho fact that their wolghis huvo tho thu Winchester Democrat says: The settling same, und teachers should pro A, It. C, I) and B each havu $1 and no I rcgurded by Scripture assure us that "sinner stand vide thciuselve with whatever books consequently that can not rutloof Iflto I. Thl more, and money the advocate of free sjlvcr us proof In slippory places," hence the slnucr ihey may need, further thuu tho Sun- pay their debt. They put their posltlvo that thulr theory on the monoy liuo had tho best ot It during tho lust School supplies. By kindly an all together. A tatto tho 5, goes to question U correct und must prevail. few day, as most ot the righteous have day swering this in Friday' LSTKitloii you get his receipt. II, pay bl debt und Tho foolish thing have certainly been fullon down. will oblige an inquirer. 11 doo the amu to C, C to I), D to B Sale of fat heifer al 3), 1,000 lamb chosen to confound thu wlso. A, 11, C. I) and B aro out and E to F. When you cannot sleep for coughing for July und August delivery at 0, 01) Hand-Mad- e Who, of debt, and F has tho money. owe with lambs thrown. In at 31.15 tuko Chamborlaln Cough Hemedy. It MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, I If any one, I the loser? most mule at ulwuys give prompt relief. It each, u car load of Mr. Sam Baldwin und Mis Margaret 818, Answer. A mudo 81 und each of the short yearling steer ut 825 nnd a excellent for colds, too, us It ulds ex Louis-vllll- o other, 11, C, D und B lost 91.. u man Nuland, of Madison, eloped to lot of fat cattle at 4.00 aro reported Iu pectoratlon, relieves tho lungs and pre und were married, Now on a certain occalon vent uny tendency towurd pneumonia, the Winchester Demcrat. wulkod Into J . 1 Thorol' boo storo In Gcorgo Luwlor and wife, aged 03 und Only about 800 cuttlo wore on thu For tale by Craig & Hockcr, Drugboot at (12, respectfully, of Cellnu, Iod., aro the Louwvlllo and bought. pair of Mt. Sterling market Monday. Owing gists. ,i.., ..rice of 87. Tho man hanucu proud parent of a baby girl bora on to tho high water a great many cattle CANNED Thorel slopped into thu 15th Inst. Their first und only Ajoung miss of 10 asks what Is the Thorol u 93) bill. were prevented from gutting here. No do when sho la proper thing for her to tho noxt door, W. S. Moore' store, and child preceding thl ono was u daugh- lirst-clafeeder on tbo market; best i.ot chuugo for the bill. Thorel gave ter, born 13 year ago, and I a grand- sold ut 4.40; yearling 4 to4lc;bolfcrs. serenaded by a party ot goutlcmec at a late hour, says an exchange. Wo aro tlm man thu boot and 913 iu change, mother now al threo children by two 31 to 3c; cows, 21 to 31c; bull, 3a; glad bo able to unswer this question The man went olT. Subsequently Mooro daughter. lto2o. No buyers outside the Steal lo sofilv down etiilrs und untie thu reand said tho bill counter en. eumo In Mr. und Mr. Henry E. Woolfolk Statu present, but all portion of Ken- dog. Now how Thorel had to make it good. HitlQUT. ceived u telegram from their duughler, tucky well represented. Sentinel. Dlacsbcrrlcs, Pine Apples, Apple lluttor, Peach Butter, Plumb Butter, Salmon, J. much did Thorel losoY Tho profit from a sluglo whale that Uessle, who baa been vUlttng tbo famiMackerel, Ojsleis, Mince MraU. Asparagus, 1 captured I very largo. One about A FRKIIITKll. ULUNDKIt ly of Mr. II. 1. Van, In Mobile, Ala., THAT THItomMt UBAIUCHB long weighs 140,000 pounds, and Will eltsa cum horrible Hum, bcaH, Cut or 60 feet marriage Vuul4 iulikly ! J" l'Vuu ubJ m Kln''1 annouuclugbor Mobilo, to yesterday In llrulw. lluiklru's Arulr Silrv, lb Ut in lbs will give 00,000 of blubner, from which lirut-e.- Christ church, Mr. C. New Ule tills. 'lbuurtnaof ruiuiitljr besl It. worlJ.wlll kill tbs txiln ot Columbus, O, Mr. Peter Curos 014 bares, t'svtr Soros, Ulcen, Uolla, t'slous, 48,000 pounds of train oil can bo made udt for tick sni Kutuus ihilr iuUtl wsks I'urs tlw! sua strong l!dcliw. Ilxtr up your hesltU. Imj to l ha oxtenalve mining Interest In South Corns, all Sklu UrurHloui, licit I'll curcou csrtb. and 3,000 pound ot whalebone. Drld and Evapoiated Fruits of all kinds. utnn ud bulM Iluljrawuts. Uuusr Uik U America, which hu and hi brldo will Ouly It cU. a box. Cur (uarantrol. boU by Mrs. James Faynei ' Jamestown, Is Iktu. Irytbsu. suing the L. & N. at Clurksvlllo, Tonn. visit, sailing this wcok. Mr. and Mr. IVuujr, PrUflfUL. iiul curl. )ioM kT lVBy l,'u,Ut $10,000 damage. Whllo riding on Woolfolk left last night for Mobilo to Murdl Gru at Now Orjean will oc for David ltoono, of Columbu, O., wor- visit tho brldo and groom. Danville ono of It trains she was hit by a rock and cur during tbo week of Feb. ried over thu Illness of his wlfa and Advocate Wo congratulate tho groom the railroad have agreed on a thrown from the outside and badly e buy medicine, out his without mean to old man Ucury. and rate. throat from car to car. I you-cann- WATCIHUBWIRniM)W .A. TERRIBLE OTJT QUE DOLLAR. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone o. FREE PIKES UNDERWEAR ! I i i SHOES VERY CHEAP. CALDWELL & LANIER, All-wi- re s. I. y, I S 1 I car-loa- d s, I I I I I 4 i0 H. J. McROBBRTS. d, 1 1 d Stanford Female College. MILL BECIN MONDHY, JHNUHRY 23RD. Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, In tho oity. Remember our line of Harness. a. K. WEAREN A SOJV. ss Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Beans, Ap- csn-ner- s, 1 ricots, Peaches, Pears, urr iJ Bottled And Bulk Pickles, 4 one-far- ALL AT VERY LOW miCES. 5BBAZLBY & CARTER. I, . ' lf li U t the mucus Is cut out t tho rated j the mkrobe-bearln-n US' officers were both republicans and dem causeof tlut tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ocrats and there Is no evidence that membranes ore l.eak-- nnJ soothed so that there is no Inclination to cough. they counted unsigned or illegal otes. There nro 754,015 children attending of every description n Hardware Tho territory of the district Is as largo tho public schools of Indiana. SOLO DY ALL QOOD DRU00I3T3 Warren & Shanks'. as tho .tb, Oth and 7th, Is much larger Two worthless Negroes were shot to BottUa Only. 2Go., C0o. and $1.00 Sliai than Delawaro and twice tho size pf death by a mob at Lynchburg, Tonn. Money to Loan. Knqulro at this BE SURE YOU GET I AM OB YEARS OLD. n.l nf.rrum Khodo Inland. It pays more taxes than uy rtiuftl Flvo school boys wero drowned by ofllco for particulars. ul to itr. lira's I1nelr' Otb, 10th and 1Kb, has breaking through the Ice on a pond at Dr. Bell's Fint-Tir-Htthe 1st, 3rd, 4th, InrrlpuwrUMcoutbundofaJ.. Iimakra Bt.'Y Bird Eye coal. Try It onco nnd mora counties than the 2d, fith, (ith and South Gibson, Pa. wrtk lunn uo&s.-U- n. it. A. Mttt&lU, Jkj you'll never quit It. J. H. Baughman 7th, cast raoro votes in 1393 than Georire Gcmundcr, ono of tho most the 1st, 2d, Gth, 7th and 10th and has a oxpert violin makers in tho country, Is & Co. l1 larger citizenship than cither. Davi- deal at Astoria, L. I. Piques, Organdies, Persian Lawn, son docs not claim any voto In Jackson passed a bill clv- Thn Indiana llouso now Embroideries and Laces just in. and would deny tho citizens of that in a my 0j Ono cent a head on En- - John P. Jones. county representation. J. ho otb is gllsh sparrows killed. ulto as largo as when he was elected Mark Hardin's auction ha boon Mrs. Anna Schley, of Baltimore, killas when Davison was defeated and If ed herself with a pistol. Worry over postponed until 1 1 M., Saturday on tho majority can not elect a Congress- her father's death drove her mad. of thu bad weather. Will JVrfin lli New Yur Willi ft man, how can the minority do so? If secretary of tho Pnrnont. We bavo reduced to GO cents nl the 8th Is legally constituted, as Gil- Kentucky Tltlo Co., at Louisville, com- work bert believes nnd avers, he claims his mlttC( gucIde wnn0 suiTcring with tho round for shoeing cash. Best on earth. Bcazley Bros. right to tho seat in Congress. If it is crip. nearly ."0 years wai dead, death the not so constituted then neither is and man and his wlfo who worked tho TllKRi: hardly over wa3us much sick doctors sav having resulted from heart no vacancy can bo declared in a district, "badger" gamo at Cleveland wero fined ness in town us now. Scarcely n family disease, with which he had been affect- -' that has no existence. Mr. Conner $;,oo each and elvon six months in tho has less than ono sick member. ed for years Dr. Bronaugb was Ixirn I . states that Mr. Gilbert has no fears of workhouse In county, near Nlcholii-- i ' We want to show you our new laces villo, Sop. 21. l2l, nnd graduated In A January Clearance S.i r nl the Lr.iiuvtlle More wiaim a great deal l purrmert being unseated, satisfied that even a Jonso Hatfield was given a llfo sen- partisan tribunal can not find grounds tpnen In Flnvd for klllinc- - two children ' and embroideries. Sec our 5, 71, 10 medicine at the Transylvania L'nlver- - and there it a renn hy tlii 'lioli l Shrewd buyers aio alwnjs quick to A' lulc Hiling o many for so outrageous an act. 0f Randolph McCoy In a night attack and 15c values. Sovcranco Sons l3."il he precinle nuh value a worflcr and ctrm t fad ! Me that in March, KL'I. I'ntli llete U on his bouse. Livery Staiile. J. L. Rose and practiced bis profession In his native varied surtunf mirclinmliK' lnn llie t..im i.f Autninn tiado Ian pamd Thla a The trustees of tho Houso of Reform drpartixenl h Incendiaries burned Frank Carpen- George Htinn, Jr , have opened an county and then In Madison till tho' bound lobetiimny l.rulrti a.ilnirnl ami bargain in met at Lexington Tuesday und let, after's tobacco birn near Owingsvlllo close of tho war. March ffli, 1851, bo nlc where prices nrcmde with but cue cd Jict in view and that It lo mine slock; livery stable at Shelby City. 12 other bids, a brick ter examining and set firo to the barn belonging to finiiies we mine wlllnot failjlo aciomplisli Ibl. hiinm. married Mlsi Mary K. Munday, of power house and a manual training Miss Saciiby, an experienced pho- latter county, who lives to inouru tho! Milton Stephens. building 40x2K), also of brick, to. In seeking to escape from their burn- tographer, now has chargo of Earp's lo-- of a loving and true husband. Sho ' Contractors Howard it Clark for ing houso nt Cleveland, Mrs. Fred Tis-d- gallery, and wlllso'vo those who wish boro him threo children, R. II. Bro- tho work to bo completed by was killed and her husband proba- pictures made. Give her acall. nough being tho only survivor. Wll-- , May 1st. The latter building Is to bo rir bly fatally hurt. ....... j...,. !n .......vt ...... MIm Jan. 21 Hum ilrtti.r ... Infi.noi unit ....... Annln. THE court of appeals has set used as temporary Quarters for tho 135 Floods are doing an immense amount 20' juvenile convicts now in the penlten-- f to consider the apieal of Torn Baker, a lovely and beautiful girt, aboutdoc- in tho Ohio oil fields. In ! j tlary and the governor will bo asked of damage under sentence of life for killing Sher years ago. Just after tho war, tho many cases residents had to be rescued Is In jail tor moved with his family to Cfab Orto furnish a number immediately to get iff White, of Clay. Baker houses in boats. chard, whore he lived till 1671, when tho farm into Bbapc for a crop. E. H. from their Blerelien was given three here. -George he camo here and has since been of ono .. Mit lf.it I.... iTv. -IiV, n,v t i Daak, of Knoxvllle, Tenn., who was a years in -- vv..,- -, - "I". tho penitentiary for stealing a Polk Miller, tho finest delineator of our best cltlwms. A member of lho '" ,M,r a"u- - r. in B'"- ; - ..! -- ..!.. . long time connected with tho Tennesi ' reiriilar Mo grade, Sftc,; Tel- of Negro character before tho public, Heavy Liulerwtar, Minis unci urawira. section of wlro oil of the Amoncan Christian church bis place in tho (lltie. see Industrial School, a model reformawill appear In his matchless rolo at tuary was rarely vacant. Ho not onY Men's exlrajhcaty ahlle Marina I'mletHenr, never mid lss llian COc orfl persull, Co., poles at Vlnccnncs, Ind. tory, was chosen superintendent and ephone r uil, --lot uf heavy blew open two safes In the Walton's Opera Houe, Jan. 27. Tboso i.Hiifiiiinil tin nutiiltniul IUI LIWII und i now fi5c. Medicated lied Flannel Underwear for"Meii Wcj Thieves IIIUILSJt.U. UUb Wl iH.lll.uA4 Hiilliilnn Dr. A. H. Stewart, lato deputy warden depot .Men 7Sc at Carlisle and secured f 200 In who heard him hero last year can tell his nreeents and ejcaraolo will llvo lornr at Frankfort, a caro taker. The archl- - cash besides valuables. Tho safe at tboso who didn't, what u splendid enafter his body has turi.ed to dust. God I teet was Instructed to prepare plans for wa9 tred butnotopened. tertainment they missed. and man say, ''Well done, thou good two double cottages of a capacity of 50 WhJIo awalInK dealh 0Q tbo palIoW8) persons each, which will be let II ap and mysterious and faithful servant " After a larguly SEVERAL sudden Micheal Ruminskl, who strangled his In Baxter county, Ark., are attended funeral dlscoursu at lho proved, at tbo next meeting In March wife and burned tho house to hide tho deaths to bo duo to drinking "blind Christian church by Rev. F. W. Allen, Ladies' KUnncI thought F.ucinalors worth 23c now 15c, IFascinalora worth IvV now crime, It Is gratifying to observe that tho cord In strangledathimself with a bed tiger"' whisky. If that kind of stuff tho Odd Fellows, of which order he had Ntiiu worth 75c now 60c. Ladles' woolIloell6c.i If you're in neid of a Capt ur Pittsburg, Pa. tho jail al to president ordered a always had that effect, wo would soon long beec n faithful (number, took Cloak now la the time lo buy ilitm while lliey are going at half price. The remnant try Commissary General Eagan for Rov. D. Hendrlckson, aged 81, is succeed In eliminating a very decided charge of tho remains und consigned counter Is uiiurpaicilfor bargain. abusive and violent language toward dead at Janesvllio, wis., uuer lasting menace to morals and law. tnem to trio tomo in too rapidly grow ing city on thu hill. Mai. Gen. Miles, commanding tbo 4S days. Mo was paruiyzcu ueo. i anu . WHEN tho management requested army. It is not so gratifying to note, for several days was unablo to eat. Ho KlNURlCH Mrs. J. W. Alcorn, bis however, that Secretary Alirer has soon recovered tho use of his mut.oles, tho ladles at tho SI Plunkard entertainment at the Opera Houso Wednesday only child, received a dispatch Tuesday-eveninbeen instructed to form the court, as ho but io$ltlvely refused to eat. Ued Flannels nil at low prices, 8ee announcing the somewhat sud- Brest and Ai on Gingham, Ctrry Itlue and In Scott coutty, Va., Joel and Chas night to rcmovo their hats, all except Is an inveterate enemy of Miles. Tho them. A large and good Hue of two or threo married women, whose den death of Judgo J. S. Klndrlck Is dismissal from Necessary, William Freeman and Sam penalty for the offense tho arm, tho president alone being uel Duncan went to arrest Wm. tree-ma- hair was doubtless uncombed, compiled Hu bad been falling foru long llmebuui a desperado, and succeeded in do- with gratlfj Ing a'acrity, amid tremen- his dealh was not thought to be o near ablo to savo Mm from the sentence. ing so. but his brother fired on them, dous applause. at hand. Judgo and Mrs Alcorn and i The country can now resume Its killing tho first two and wounding tho all their children left as soon as hfI Speaking of Wm. Johnson, who ran bio for Somerset, where the burial normal conditions und the peoplo can others. Hamm,of Rowland, occurred yesterday. Judgo Klndrlck At prices that will please j on. 0irconUfor Hoys' and Men lh.it will fit your purse, go to work. Gov. Brown, after saying Grant G. Gillctt, tho Kansas cattle off with Miss Susio ho would run for governor, has decided plunger, will return to the United tbo Harrodsburg Sayings says after was u splendid old geiitletuan, hsscs-lo- g iled Illankels and Com lor Is that will pleasu you and price suit you. Come nnd see be convinced. We are the tlieapest Store In Stanford. not to do so. There was not such a States and face hi? creditors in Kansas copying our Item: Tho couple wero In fully all tho noble virtues of thu for outsell and crying demand for him as he thought. City on or before Feb. 1, according to Harrodsburg last Thursday anu too men who mado his native Statu famous Ono term of governor is all tbo consti- a statement mado Monday by Charles dinner at tho Robinson Houso. lho Ho was born In Russell county Va. Aug, tution contemplates doubtless, whether F. Hunt, who came from Chihuahuo, man plnlmcd to bo u nhrenollglst and U, lolO, making him nearly t'J years usked for boarding but was rofused. old. At tho considered consecutively or removed a Mex , several days ago. ui'u of 20 hu camu to hi m j Chief of Police Smith got wind of term or two. At least the court of last Ky., and clerked for Klndrlck In a fight In Samoa over tho decision resort, tho people, construe It that 0f Chlefjustlco Chambers in favor of j ""' kefpu ho could arrest tho ulr, & Cecil, then tho leading merchants of T.I). UAN'KY. Malinger. way. ' Malletoa Tanus, one of tho candidates they slipped quietly away. that section. In 1S:13 ho moved to Somfollowors of the rival aswent Ajter Him. Marshal Joo A. erset and becamu u member of the firm Uranch stores at I'arls, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, l.awrenceburg, lynthl. THE old man Is peltlm? in his work. I? tho throne, " ..... plrunt, Mataala, wero victorious anu Shlinnon. 0i crab Orchard, went to of Klndrlck, Cecil & Klndrlck. Hav- - ana, VertHilles, Kniinence, Georgetown, KlizabetliUiun. Frankfort. MauckKjrt, Ind. r. .. th L.,ulsvlllo Tuesday to bring to tho jail Ing made u comfortable estate ho ro- .men wef kme,d .r , Associated Press under Indictment for business in Ur- - iireu iruiu luu ugni. iiiiu wus jouiuw uuu uu. hnrn Tnhn iiuiti, a former failure to make returns to the auditor, ,...., .... ..... I'liriUIMIMII I .... Near Plettsvl e., Wis.. the farm- - nhi.r.1 W--. who l under ind ctmunt for 1&2 und has sinco been a farmer, ex- -' . .... ww J MM 11V 111 VI Ml IIIW. wv was blown stealing monoy from a man named cept a term as county judge of Pulaski, beforo tho case camo to trial. It is es- houso of Fayetto Meachara, Killing Woodson whllo riding on mo train wuu which noscrvuu iu mo uu. mo iirsi timated that tbo Stato loses thousands to atoms by dynarauo, am and fatally Injuring his wlfo and, him. Postmaster Patton was on tho' wife, tho mother of Mrs. Alcorn, was of dollars by tho action, unjustly or not purchas- - boy's bond for his uppearanco next Miss Sophia Fox, daughter of Maj. wo are not prepared to say, corpora four children. Meachara had ' but for some reason crow uneasy Wm Fox. for 10 years clerk of both tions often being pursued by tho juries ed It Ui uso In blastlnir. but how tho dynamite became Ignited is not known. linj refused to lontrer remain his bondf- - courts of Pulaski. She died in 1841 and courts very unnecessarily. ' and In 18M ho married Miss Kato .ni,.niin tn thn hullo man. CHILLED- who balled from New Orleans on the GOV, BltAULEY slipped out of FrankDkPauw. Another sudden death Bultzolle who survives him. Judgo i mi i,.h fort after installing Lt. Gov.. Worth- - .,i....u.... I tw tt n.,,i www uminn.aml- in' Mr. M. NT. Klndrlck was for niuny years a dlreo. .i,i D Ml I ru T....in..I lllkMII lnn. IUDUU IMUUaUlU ington In his place and Is enjoying a havo gone down in tho Gulf, were found Dul'uuw. of this county, familiarly lor in thu Somerset banks and until hu visit far from tho maddening crowd, nouting off Bird Uland, and this fact w.i.n hint a. slkrht ui- - voluntarily retired ou account or ago Hiinnv- where pardon petitions uro unknown umo,t destroys nil hope that Col. Yo- - tack of tbo grip, with llttlo Indication and Infirmity. A member of lho Chrls- and tho wicked ceasu from troubling. cum and his daughter and friends on of u fatal rojult, breathed his la.t a tlan church, no mau stood higher in lis All who deslro pardons now or tinea board tbo llttlo vessel havo not erlsh-ed- . few minutes after tho doctor, who had councils 'und no man over lived and remitted will draw near and they shall bcen called, left him. Ho was (12 years died In Pulaski with u clcunur record During tho calendar year 1898 tbo old und as friends expressed It yester- -' "f uriipulous honesty and high Chris- bo heard. God savo thu Commonwealth. export- - of mcrchardlbo of all sorts from day, "as clover a man as ever lived." tlan prluolplcs. THE editor of tho Loulsvlllo Com- the United Stales reached thi enorImports Ho was a leading member of tho ChrisIl,2.l.v2&,l(i'J. mercial takes doublo columns to tell mous totul of tho clo.u Miss LuwW bOi.OOi..-- At tlan churoh, to those teachings ho was ts Tho excess of what by knows, when slnglo would wero over Imports was $021,2(H),ri35, an Mrs. h. devoted. Ho was also a Mason and a of hor school at Ottoiihelm. more than suffice. Thu Innovation of inereuho of $20 1,1 10,71 1) over tho excess For Silo ly Honor. Mr. DePauw was Schauwnbach gave a ,.pretty llttlo en--..! . ...,...-- . Ml. - .,,... doublo column matter Is an Invention for lb'7 In only nuu year previous to !..... c I.. I. ,... u. ,'in uturgiit ormuim-uflit uwuur twlco married, fint to MUtf (lUrvln billion-dollHIGG-IN- S St. of tho yellow journfcl, which ought to 18US did tho uxports pass tho Lewis, who taught this school for two Arho hud four children, James, Lizzie, mark. In IBM thoy wero bo shunned by respectable sheets. It May. Some- yours, und some of her scholars. Miss and LIda, and Mrs. Nelson Is both unsightly and hard on tho cyo. I Morbidly broodlug over tho grow- - time after hor death ho married Miss Lewis pluycd tho guitar und shu and Iron Fonce. CyprcBsShinglfB. the children, wliuu singing "Birdies crow bos solccted 60nlB details of tho sulcldo of F.rnust Alico Dodds, who survives him. Tbo THE Hunter-Dobo- o McCoun, and because ono of them had funeral was bold at Junction City Bull," "Twenty Froggles" tn English .in.nnr,,,n.iTnviiii.n. the lono bcen d,;aplollIlcd lu not receiving a and "God bo With You Till we Meet lamb of tho present administration for eUori frm uur OVor, two 1 voar old Christian church yotterduy at noon, af- Again" in German. Everybody was astho remains wero taken to slaughter. Tbo genoral has hardly t'lrls made un attempt at sulclJu lu ter which I Mr. DePauw's tonished, bow well tbo children hud 80080 enough to load blind ducks to Louisville. Ono of them. Miss Tain in o Danville for Interment. . last visit to town was in tbo capacity of been educated and how nicely Miss U fair representative water, but bo !r, "mu".' Florae Lewis had learned to speak and slug Mill Work. of tho Ignorant oleuient of his faction Johnson, ber cousin, failed because she a juror and then ho was tho picture of Metal Itooiiug. in the German tongue health. republican party. was discovered In time. of the d KaoaN sajs ho or Miles ono ought to bo kicked out of tho army. If tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL court martial ordorod In his caso for letting loose his slulco of bllllngsgato general of tho Stanford, Ky.. Jan. 20, 199 against tho ranking wont laka long army docs Its duty, It for It to say which It shall bo. Tbo court will meet Jan. 2."i and bo composW. T. WALTON. ed of Maj. Gens. Wnde, Butler and Young, Ilrlg. Gens. Frank, Penning Mr. L. K. Conneii, prlvnto secretary ton, Kacdall, Kllno nnd Combs, .Cols. for Congressman O. O. Gilbert, was Haines, Gillespie, Sutor and Guenthcr here Wednesday to servo his auswor to and Lieut. Col. Davis. Maj. Gon. Mop Davison's grounds and notlco of con- rltt will bo judgo advocate. fool's test. It embraces 15 cap pages and denies In tbo first place Tun rcpuollcan party Is tho fostorcr that Jnckson was cut from tho district of trusts. In 1893, !)3 wero formed with to encompass his defeat and says ho a capital aggregating $1,202,744,200. should not bring such a charge against Tho Federal steel trust was tho largthe Legislature; that there were no 11' est of tho year, 200,000,000. legal or unsigned ballots counted In bo tho Impression that Anderson, that tho election was not It ccms to Gov. Urown saw thi way tho cat would held at any precinct In a houso In which How tho track for governother business was conducted, and If It jump and Goobol apparently has n lead pi po Is nothing against It so be or. had there In Ing statutes. Tho election cinch on tho nomination. - typo-wrltt- on held Maj. Jed tlotohkiss, Stonowall Jackson's eolebrated onalnoir, Is doad. Alonzo T. Scott has boon appointed postmaster nt Duona Vista, Garrard county. Tho Richmond Climax announces tho marriagu to occur Jan. 2."ih of James D. Doatherago and Miss Daisy Russell Campbell. U.S. Grant, Jr., a candldato for U. S. Sonator from California, Is oharged with bribery. A member says ho was given 8I,6.'0 to voto for him. Tho llouso rivers and harbor committee will allow about $200,000 each fur Cumberland and Tennessee rivers; Stf.OOOforGreon river. Green river will also bo surveyed from Mammoth Cavo to Grconsburg. A special from Sodaltn, Mo., says! "Andrew J. Gontry, widely known a 'General Gentry,' became- violently Insane at his homo In Dresden, and was lodged In jail here. Gentry wanted to set tiro to his houso, In which his wlfo lies In u dying condition. sssssE W ' Ring la the new old Ring out the f Uo Ring in tho two " We bring to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway " Ring oat th DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey THK i.OOM Of 1 l DOCTOR. nt IlRONAl'dll liuir wan slilni" I.C- ptctud on uvery countenance when tho word pus-f- il around that giwhl old Dr. umn were Bmnauk'h wm fur over mort eenerallv beloved than ho Kverybody loved him for liN gentleness and kindly manner. Ho mado ench uf .. ...ii ..i . 1'I.LIUUI.l...... .. IIlM(Ulbl ...I.. HII IIIUI- I HIV ...iM. W9W vidual ahd personal concern and was m tender and syuipatliixing hi his attentions. Monday he went and camo as usual, visited several patients nnd was seemlnglv In his usual good health. That nicht alter a hearty supper and reading h's Bible, as was his custom, ho laid down, suylng h felt a little tired. This wiw a llttlo after DoVlook. His wife and niece, Mls Minnie Mun- day. were in hit room, and when In a few minutes after ho gollubid,hcgavit too short snores, Miss Mundiiy luu.h-inclsaid, as ho had dune ro often be fore, "You can't fool us We know you nro not aslecn so soon." Mrs. Bninauch went to tho bed Immediately nnif wa astounded to find that her husband of di-a- Nalure's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a fv Curo for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lunr,s anJ Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary cough-worn Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlvo Lungs are exhila- a For Sale At Penny's Drug Store. v The Louisville Store I Bargain Sale. orr t Jcs-aml- ty tln-lTh- e s 5, el Absolute Clearance of Winter Goods 1 JU-ni- , J '""? k. 1 tr, 1 Slio-s'.l- or Ladies' Goods 2-- ! court-marsh- Dress Goods, All Kinds and Prices n, : Mon-tlccll- o, The Louisville Store. BUY THE J J .i.i " ,11 u-- i ! ' .m-uen- I tw .,!,.. ! V a. AndYougWilljMake No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- 7""Z ox-iw- The Best In The World. McKINNBY. w- fc ar $1,005.-.W7.2- A.C.S1NE, . stanfordjctT .UMat v. jr-- i tf yfysgjfw jjnywytyi np!w mvm nmmiffrfnimm in " & (ri$&& Dan ville. Ken tticJcy. h g E. C. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 3 o o Walton, Husi.vims MA.VAQKit. WallPaper o o Youit doctor gives y0ll tno right prescription, but unices it Is properly tilled, you can't reasonably oxpect good rceutls. It Is always necurutcly prepared and of the very best inatcrl ali at Penny's Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. AT COST. In Order to Make Koom for Spring Styles. HS- H- It. O..DKNNY went to I'lnovillo yes W. B. McROBERTS. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOQQQ terday, I I GREAT WHITE SALE. - I. Jones. W. II. Wbaiikk Is clerking for John Mlrt.s DOM.1K McUoiif.ut.-- has been We want our Lincoln county customers to come down, regardless of weather, and see what we do during the "dull" months. This is the time for "white" sewing, and making wash dresses and shirt waists and getting" the children ready for Spring and Summer. You will be surprised to find how much money we can save you and how much more varied our stock is than ones you see at home. We have just begun this sale and continue our annual Linen Sale, so you can get a chance at those cheap Linens when you come. so-calle- d quilo sick. Mlt. Oeohok V. IIiciaiiT went to Louisville Wednesday. Geouok HANICIN went to Wayno county yesterday to buy cattle. K. O. Scott went Ui Lexington Wednesday to visit friends a few days. II. T. I.fNSKOlU) went to Louisville. Tuesday to dlsposo of bis tobacco. Mits. L. A. Fakirs, of Lexington, Is visiting bcr father, Mr. J. II. Uout. Mits. (7. A. Lackey Is very sick of grip, aggravated with other complication?. F. IX. 1'EI.ANI), Is I have Opened in the Room Next to With ers' Furniture Store A Splendid Line of- - Carriages, Buggies, surreys, Priaetons, Buckboar da, CtTfs.Wagons And Farming Implements which will be sold at the Lowest Living spection of my stock U earnestly solicited. Trices. An in- Agt. McCormack Binders & Brown Wagons Give me a call and get my prices. Esy.. of Lawrence-burg- , visiting his father, Mr. A. M. W. A. Fcland. Miss Lena Palmeii, of Madleon, is the guest of Misses Clara and Nellie Mershon. CARSON, STANFORD. 'm?mimMwmimm 25 Pieces New Per-cal- s I at 5c Yd. Just Opened. lllcnrn Cotton Green Ticket Ionxlnlc Cotton Mifonvilli1 .8 Ge Fruit of Loom Cotton, itivnl Cotton. .. .(0 3l' BEST LONSDALE CAMBRIC 8 (- l-- 3c J. II. McAmstek, Jit., has been en gaged to assist Prof. W. J. Craig at the Male Acadey. Mits. Lucy L. St. Claike loft Tucs day for Koine, Ga., to attend the bed- sldo of a sick sister. CASi'Kit Aht, who was fined $10 for selling whisky, came In Wednesday to lay It out In jail. Mi:. Gnottui: a. Lewis, publisher of tbu Kentucky Law Knporter, Frank fort, was hero Tuesday. IlASII. GUKST, of tho Arbuckles' Coliee Company, was hec celling our 5" ! t) merchants Wednesday. -I niatle 51- -1 !t-- each Monarch lilnichitl Shottc, each I'tiiii Slnot., each llcni'titclietl I'tini Hii'vti1, 3 . IV 0-- 1 I'tiwi Hurting each S lfc Hie .7r .. lOo '.)! Mohawk Shifting Monarch Pillow Cnn, )c We have just put on Sale $1,000 worth of new Hamburgs and Laces, Hamburg Edges, Insertings and Beadings on Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss from 5c to $1 yard. Strong" line of dainty narrow Edges and Insertions from 5c to 20c. This line alone will repay you for coming down. Counter full of bargain Embroideries. I NEW WASH IHMnch Light IVmuigt porynrtl SiiiipHmV !i4 lVniiliv A I.ahgi: delegation of gallant beaux and beautiful belles from Hustonvillo attended tho show Wednesday night. MltS. JaMRS DEVEItsand Mrs. Vlr-glTrue, of, UutonriHe, were guests of Mrs. Levi Myers. Miss Julia Myers and Mr. Call Drown, of Casey, were also guests at Mrs. Myers. Sqcihe John IIaii.ey was up from Washington county Tuesday. Ho likes his new home, but admits that more ho sees of his now county tho better bo likes Lincoln. o 25 Pieces Light and DarkT Percales at 12c Yd. Also k 11 Fes. New Check Dimity t At 10c to 40c ier yard. James Crow Dllllon and T. J. Hatcher, of Lancaster, attended the funeral of Capt. George II. Mclvlnney. Mr. Lan dram honored us with a call. Kditoii .AN DciiDKitAit und wife, of Louis Louis Landkam, JV'i SEVERANCE & SOWS. GOODS. 3 NEW 98o for d WHITE hull d GOODS. Kngli-- h bo 4u '! of fino Long Hot Shirting Print IWft Puiiaiigs ever niailo in nuw Spring civic, nevur K)l(Hor k tlmn 1'JJc yanl, now 11 Jo. During this only a hig line of this oalcr A bratol Toilc I)e Xonl and all nuw tylc, at l'c van!. F C Gingham, Thirty Piece Silver Star .Madras in latit pattern. A Uiuitiful fabric for Wilkin and Dawn and u.iiiiite coloring; l!Jc yanl. Hates' Seen-ucke- Cloth. Our regular price is SI. 20. 81.08 for lwlt of White Lyman Twill for fine Underwear, Ktll for Sl.fiO. lx.lt o Extra EnglMi Soft SI. SO for Fini-- h XuiiiMxik; regularly 82. 12Jo Vanlforn quality of White Cheek Dimity which has always at 17Jc. Uuy a full piece of thi. 17Jc Check Dimity. Four new checks. This grade, is tho kind you pay 2.rc for every d ville, spent several days with Col. and Mrs. W. II. Dudderar. Miss Salllo Dudderar, who Is in Louisville, took chargo of the children whilo their pa rents wcro hero. Mits. Susan Seakgent and Miss Susie Lasley returned Wednesday morning from a visit to Dr. Andrew Seargent ut Hopkinsvlllc. Thomas Laley, who had been hi Louisville, returned with them. Mlt. J. II. SVMI'SON and handsoma wife, of Kldd's Store, wero here Wednesday looking for a suitable residence with a view of locating. Mr. Sympson travels for l'lautt, Isaacs & Co., and wants to be handy to tho trains. Conductor W. II. Kiitiiv Is now open for engagements, fays tho Car- Ho has accomplished llslu Mercury. whut sorou people used to say could nev- Here They Are. The first of the season and on sale this morning. 5,000 Yds. Bran New Embroidery on Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Muslins. All bought beforo tho advance, ro buy now if you would save money. where. washing mtitorial. taring and the let Wo oiler jiicoc at 12Jc. w Ti Wo oIHt .'10 pieces of onu of tho finivt iiinl-itiof Zephyr Gingham in tolid color and new fanny tyle; last mid at 16o; for l!ljc. Madrax Cloths in extra fine quality and 15 Ik'iiutifiil ftyles rixeial at tioc yard, cheaper grade at lUJo . For this Kile only wo oiler at 8Jc India Linens, were 12Jc. 12J India Linens, were 15c. 17J India Linens, were 25e. 25 kind of new Piques and WelU iti White and Colors from 12Jc to I0o yard. ' Will bo in big demand. 1'lain and Fancy Tuckings from 50o toS1.60 Ier yanl. 10c. A lino of White Check Nainsooks which you can not equal at 12Jc. er bo done eaten .'10 quail la 30 days. When tho captain used to be hero and ruu tho K. C. train ho was not thought to be so bad a man. Dimities, Ac, and a full Window lights, putty, etc.. at Craig & Hocker's FltKSit Cakes right from the oven at Warren & Shanks'. India Linens, Long Cloths, Nainsooks, Iuo of SI'KIh'O PERCALE?. best Early purchases will l.o ... JOHN P. JONES. i:? AT- - OCT our prices on feed beforo buy-lu- g elsewhere. J. II. Uanyhuiiui & Co. nuiiAHNCJ Lots. Two nlco building lots. U acres in all, for tale. See back of my residence. J. I). Owen. jrst. m w oooooooooooooooooc Fifty pieces pure bleached all Linen Table Damasks from 45c to $2 a yard. Each piece worth more than sale price. Napkins to match. Table Sets for round or square end tables up to $32 set. Special prices on Towels and Crashes. 1-- 4 . Aivkis more rain and snow, tho mercury showed down to -- I yesterday and It faired off during the day. Fair, warmer, Friday, Is predicted. llKSKV . I'LKASANTS has qualified as administrator of thu late George C. Abrallam and will sell his cITccts about Fub. 10, notice oT which will apear CRAIG & HOCKBR'S The latest designs in Tollt Articles. Atomizers, Mirrors. later. 9 '&? .wLM IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO . HUN Hum:. Our shelves are groan Ing with good things to cat. Canned goods, full line Evap. Fruits of every description, Vegetables, cereal proj ducts, Pickles etc. Wurrun & Shanks. IT don't taku 'cm very loug to Books by Standard Authors at 15c Host line of DOL1.S ever tillered for the money. in II ml ' out that a standing advorttsemcot pays and pays big. W. li. Meltoberts Is another to comb back after resting awhile. Head what ho tells you about wall paper In another column. Tilt: SI 1'lunkard Co., with J. C. Lewis Id tho leading role, gavo a good show to tho largefet crowd of the season at Walton's Opera House. Tho dialogue has been much Improved since the last appearance hero and Is date. Tho orchestra Is especially fine. up-to- ftUCTION l'oatpcued till ! in 1 P. M. Saturday, Jan, 21st, 1899. MARK HARDIN. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ir-..- .i: Sl. THEINTERIORJOURNAL LIBERTY. DANVILLE. rirA I.Trtlio Kldcr J. Q. Montgomery preached nt Tho Uoylo County Teachers' Asocla tho Christian church Sunday the 15th ttou will be hold in Uanvllla Saturday In tho public school chapel. Lunch jateUiid.Tu.i..5r auxd SFxldaww to a largo audlcnco. Judge Tilfordholdblsquartcriy court served nt noon. Col. Nicholas McDowell received n VJOA.lt IN A.DV.AJfCJC Monday. Owen Illgncy, of Lancaster, telegram Monday, announcing tho was in town tho ICth and 10th. WWbiniiol Mpiidffla.BO will s charged A church Is to bo built on Huston-vlll- c death nf his cousin, Mrs. E. L. Davidstreet by tho Mothodlsts. It will son, of Louisville. cost about 41,500. Work will com-me- n Tho marrlngo of Miss Ucssio Wool-for- k We Imre ranted our land nnd licrrhv Offl liT Hastln, who lives on Knob to Mr. I'cters, of Columbus, O., co on It as soon as tho weather will wnrn nil ieriHua from trrwpnaalngon llieni for any purjman wlnlover, under xnnltr of t rp " n I penult. which occurred In Mobile, Ala., camo Lick, had nn altercation with n vicious) py ll-,MW. the Inw jimtrldrd In such rnea. Liberty has n barber shop and bath in tho nature of a surprise to her cow a few days sinco, which was proba- - -time . ii lurmivAN', n. Ni:wt..Ni). bly ns amusing as It wns sorlous. Mr, now. Thoro friends nnd family. Miss Ilcsslo was room entirely W. ItAVnilMAN, A. M PKNt'l flrt-f1"'(nil J. Controlling KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. has been a barber shop hero for several one of our most attractive nnd jmpular Dasttn came out second best though mlnn for aalo lutrrcit In a 10 iimlix nnil nil K K. IUTTF.OX, M H IIArollMAN. 40 liuniua. Ml!-- ) H. II HIIANKS, V (lltlMI years, but a first rato public bath room young ladles nnd her many friends In not much hurl. After Mr. llaitln re- riiulpmrntA now In full ncritl(in with n j k i.ynx .i k imrcr. H a. m. No. 5 ArrTtTetat Stanford at irntlo (I rial iiHmlnji for nnv man with J II MoKlNNFY V M WAIti:. has been a thin if not to be found. J.IO A.M. her old Kentucky homo send happv covered from his fright ho tied the un- - tin" No. 4 Imtci tnturd at jormn n nun rnun nun M 1'KI.A.M), No. SI ArrlfMat Howlandal 12.00 DAT. J OW8M.Y, t uso a Soma hitch delayed tho erection of greetings nnd heartiest blessings. r,.tt,nlli,le ,,nP. For full par- - A. J 30 r. M. No M Lnm Stanford t a hand saw rollovod horn! her weapons tlculnrn aildrm thl online. KTirrtlilnK tho new bank building lust year, but Mrs. Elizabeth Stowart died Sunday m rcptwnlotl. within n month tho foundation will bo of pneumonia. Funeral services at tho of warfare nnd iwaeo has wlueo retried Kuiitcci KNOXVILLE DIVISION. In tho courso of construction and tho residence by Elder J. S. Kendrlck nnd supreme. I Borrow-T- o Thcro Is a general howl going up In .12 ST p m building will be rushed to completion. No. 14 Train going North burial In Bcllovuo Cemetery Monday ...- ' James Warrlner, of Sovcnty Six, afternoon. She wns a faithful momber this vicinity against tho proposition to .. 7i k " outh ......... No. 25 " . Jlpm Clinton county, was married to Miss " Want to llorrow 110,000 at S xr rent of tho Christian church and it can bo build n bridge at Liberty. Our pcoplo 110.000 nt per rent. Until Forallirolnt. I'carl Meadows, of this placo, last truly said of her, "Sho hath dono what arc not opposed to public Improvement Want to lend to bo taken 10together. Anawer proposition R0K1H TICKETS )Lt. but think thoy ought to be given a nt oneoor the law of rtnHl will npply Wednesday. Tho ceremony wus per sho could." iiaooaof. checked TIIKOUOII. formed by Elder J. Q. Montgomery At tho meeting of tho Literary Soci- rest. They cay they had nono between Yours In hnt'. Write aoon HOIIIUTT For any Information enquire ol FONTAINK FOX and tho Os Bowman, of Kldd's Store, visited eties of Centra College, Messrs. Wnl the building of the court-hotts- o Orchard, Ky l2 JOE S. MCE, Agent, his parents hero Ian Sunday. MIg tor Ledyard and Harry Boger., from jH and aro getting tired. Itdoosccm Stanford, Ky. n tiat wo havo had enough for a while at Lizzie Phillips returned last, week from tho Delnologlan, and Messrs. Nat frankfoITand cincihnati. S0TICE TO F3RMERS. and extended visit to Hrndfordsvlllo and O. Howard Bruce, from the least, and tho matter of bridge building, t hate on hand and for aiilu Georgo K. Stono returned a few Chamberlain, wero selected as speak might well bo deferred for several and J r. v., Hon. Trains leare Frankfort at SO A. onnectlng at (leorgetown with 4 A C. and reach-ti- c days ago from a business trip to Lex- ers for tho oratorical contest to be held years yet. Tho proposed bridge would FORTY BROKE MULES. l'arie at 8:41 a. m. and 1 10 r. M. Iaie n ington. at tho 2d Presbyterian church, tho 22d only benefit about half of the county, at '2U a. m and 8:) r. v., connecting at d with q A C. and reaching Frankfort at ll:M whllo the other half would pay the Will ncII from one to it Jan. 1st, Mrs. Mattio Mclloberts re. of February. In couthc ol tiic yenr llnqulshid tho management of tho ExMiss Pierce, of Winchester, is tho bulk of tho dobt incurred by It. LIVEEY, FIED AlJD SALE STABLE. It may ho ncre.nary to have llio old ot Democrats In this section regard any change Hotel. Moro than half a cen- guest of Miss Emily Letcher. Mrs. 33, lUnvlllc. Ky (SO) II. (1. FOX, llo QUEEN & CRESCENT. as tury ago her father, Elijah CofTcy, Sr., Itobort Uardlng has been very ill for suggestion by tbo Courier-Journa- l ptiro Drugs and Medicine to prevent to the future of the parly as altogether acquired tho property on thesitoof the several days. Miss Eva Grant is visit-in- ir Trains put Junction City aa follow: X. S. PRICE, running down or to build tip an already No. 1 South ..12 OJ p m No. 2 North.4 11pm present building, and until tho 1st of relatives In Lancaster. Mr. Na out of taste. That paper Is not regard II BO am "4 " S4am No, I " debilitated system " 3argoon " lS4pm this year, gome member of his family poleon Price, of Garrard, attended the ed as a sound democratic sheet and any .11 Warn Ko.6 " 00am . 8Mpm "10 ' " Ho. Dentist, had been connected with It. Kindness funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Stewart. Dr. ndvleo coming from It will not bo u Our stock of proprietary articles Nob. land2donottop. 9 and 10 run no furand generosity ever characterize J tho Worratl and Mrs. B. F. Phillips aro on considered seriously by democrats and ther thin Junction City. ttuiiford, Ky. every remedy of merit and our pre. CofTcys and they have always had many the sick list. Tho reception given by Mar so Henry, as wo used to delight to friends. And now Mrs. McRobcrts, a Mrs. Hogsctt to tho students of tho call tho once great editor, ought to be iawo?.r McIUk.ru' Plug Star. In lhtC'ii ftcrlptlnn department Is supplied with llillldlbt widow and tho solo survivor of her fam- Academy was very enjoyable Mrs. finding it out. Give us tho Chicago s everything neccary for lho accurate ily, has tho sinccrest good wishes of all Jerry Caldwell and Miss Susie Fox platform with Wm. Jennings Bryan for 1100 and then let such em W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., of pliyaiclans prescriptions. will leave for Martinsville, Ind., In a president in her acquaintances. tio as the Courier-Journchooce beSince our forefathers kicked so ve- few days. Lnnc(iNter,Ky. tween him and the republican party. hemently against a tea tax and withal d Bryan will never bo by Teeth Extracted Without Pain I FROM A GOOD SUBSCRIBER. kicking has been In so successfully, the C. J. and you can safely wagcryour order against ull varieties of taxation. j With Yltalltrd Air. I'hvalclan In attend- the sweet life on ttiut. With his annual remittance for T. S. B. auee. A Just tax enjoys no immunity. Tho paper, Mr. C. D. Hooker sends us ibis Office In the New Thompson Ilulldlng. Si justice and necessity of a tax to from Guilford, Mo.: Corn is selling In this vicinity at Made from pure build a bridge across Green river here '.OR TRADE. u 1 25 delivered. I was In Stanford last September no one can discount and every man in part of two day. I met tho young man cream of tartar. Tho saw mill at this place, uftcr a , Casey county down in his heart real- - or E. C. .Vulton, tho business manager, long protracted Idleness, Is again In taiui of Iflacrmln Southeait Kanui, the )li.-ubrall. lzes it ana wants tne oriugo. uut mo 0Q lhe nrecl( wll0 ecme(i t0 bo a very full blast, playing havoc with nil tim- I The Lincoln County National limit, ot SO uillr. froui country thicklyI In.. Well Will -- M tettlM giil f4imlng Stanford. Ky.. ha uci'eelei the farmer onea.y tertutor lra.le Central bay steer prerogati.o of tho free-bor- n meddle-som- o fr firm Inuiaereur. Ken a Hank A Tru.t Co.. of htauford. Kv , and nco BCDlicrnan. i uny intended to bers coming in contact with Its in lea M"' haa auumed all It. Itahllltlea. m.U and tufty, (TO )y II,'""'In-lo llot H. M.utird. Ky American must not bo unexpected. havo cMcd on your honor whi0 there, AJ "buzz saw." trade. entira butnea. Things wero thus when tho court-jbPat Williams will commence a 0f busy by 0 nunibor S. II iHIAXKH. President. wa4 house wus built. So with tho jail. But rdaUveg anii plher old friends, such as J. II. OW.xl.KY. Ca.hlvr. school at Yoscmttc Monday. Alum taking powders are the greatest no man regrets now that they wero' Ju(gQ j W- - Alcorn, Dr. J. F. Peyton, Miss Alice Hall, formerly a student of C. euaaccrs to health of the present day. built. "It would be nil right," ay' gd and Peter Carter, Mrs. Bettlo I., is leaching ui tho Poglu o J. W. aOTM. omunq eowcta CO.. new voftx. of tho kickers, "If bridges were' Klnnoy, Mrs. Fannie Dunn, Mrs. Alice school-hous- e, two and u hnlf miles FIRST NATIONAL BANK Tailor, to be built at other points whero they c,0J.d and ,nany olQers. The i gjm West of town. Tho fall or "freii" OFhTtNloni), KY. are needed, and they should all be m03t o( my Ume tn tho neighborhood term of tho J. W. 1. will closo Friday. Sorphi, S17.3:0 built." Well, there is bound to be Jan. 27. , C.frlUl SUek $100,000. McKlnney, being next to my Stanford, Ky., mo cute oi .Miuuieuurg uottutiess Attention ol the public It called U the fjtt thai Wo must take them one at ,ern h(mjC( lho p,ac0 x Jovo above all MRS. U. D. 8IMPSON, 1'ror.. a Ume. The erection of this bridge mhor(,. u was there whero I was born chow more "googhum" und wear moro thleU theonlr atlonal lltnk In hunforJ. Uu And .ancaster, : Kentucky. should Inaugurate a system of public aD( ralged t0 tho verg0 of raanhood and jewelry, (uub as It Is) limn any town of depositor are mired no! only br tb. capital atock, Is Receiving lilt ul7o In Ihn union, L'lnil us a cnap but bjr Ih. luckhoilrr' llahllllr lur an mouiit Winter Goods. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd improvement, which will Anally supply' memory 0fWn reVerts to thai time, and us NU,nntheUKk witut is not peddling on one Or both of tlonare.rcurr.lbjr afund oiA.u,Ouu s. Ht. on. Porters similar needs all over tho county. This ,n ray mln(1 ( Everything tablo. . ioem Hvo tual parl 0, thatabOVO taleuienuol the c.n.llllonul th. Hank arenixlt 89 meet all trains. articles, and wo will (led half each jear to the United htatrntioternutenl and lu Goods Warranted. is the place to begin becauso the need mv ,,,. ovep aa In reallty how dlf- - tllO aaeleariaiuin!alli.l llur by (imminent is greatest where the necessity is next fercnt aro lho gccncg at the pres0nt a (!n7pn that nri Fit Guaranteed. ageni, inu ecuriaaaiiinai and prrlect alt Mr. Gelat:, of Indianapolis, Is visit- - 0J?'P0flu'.- , ,h t greatest. Another should bo built and ,, Give Him a Call. I counlrv to what they wero , ., Imlltutlon originally evtablUhM tit D ... .. ... IWW. then riorginlied at not a man who Is for this one will op- -' then. Wo notice cities and towns of log nis son, rreu uciatl. .Miss of Stankiid In IMA rettirnpil hnmn frnin ,n National Hank Flnt.SaiiouaHnnkof andante poso another. But if this falls through thrift have sprung up here und there eneo Weslov nas htaniurj Lancaster. GcorgO Purdy, It VOUng1 In IM. ha had practically an uninterrupted eall. there is sura to bo nono elsewhere. denoting enterprise and year. It enc for ", betler aupplleit now Casey county teacher, has entered the .aciiitira...r transacting buiinrMWiroptiy andwhi Contrary to reoorts no man is to bo ness. Then again wo notice suent cities lib paid 81,000 for collecting the tax and hayo aUo gprunK up wth theIr raal.ble Southern Normal College. Bowling another a similar sura forexpendlng It monuments pointing heavenward, say Green. Wallace Sharp, who has been I at.dtndliiduaUoliciicd. DiaicToal Tho money as evory man should know ing In whispers to tho paseer-b- y, that visiting relatives and old acquain- V Itel I, Uncoln Co.; J W, Hiy.len.SlanfuiS ' H. II. Ilaughuun, will have to bo collected by tho sheriff old father time, with fcls Instrument of tances In Casey, returned to his homo S. T. Ilarria, jrjWy5i&iasr:feTpfr3l 111. J.S.JIocker, " TfA. Trlbble, " paid out at tbo dictation .of tbo destruction, had also been there. It is In tho Lono Star Statu Monday. and W. W.r Walton ' o J. II Colllr,Crab(rth'd Tho patrons of tho Yoscmlte M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, court to the man who will agrea to only natural, however. I wus surprised are signing n petition and will M , D.EIuore, Stanford. build a good bridge for tho least mon to see tho county looked so much betorPICBRI, ey. Tho magistrates who mado tho ter than I had expected. I wus there send satno to tho xwtotllco department J S. Docker, l'rwldeut: J. J MrlCob.ru C.bl OF KHOOKLVN, A A McKlnner Ae.t.taniCa.nl-- r order unterrided and serene are hold- In 1SS1 und from some cause had It In for a separate letter sack. Thl Is of ing to their original courso and will my mind that things looked sorter interest to all patrons of the Mlddle-bur- g Pt'llLIO SALK Of and Mt. Salem iiostotllces. Lot Caledonian : abate it not a jot. Let then the wall of slipshod. tho kickers abate. may not them take It uu. "In union thcro Is And Dealer in What I am going to say now Co. Co., oi Scotland. etrnngtb." etc. Why should Mlddlt. intoreet you, but I will glvo you some burg and Mt. WIICN' YOU HAVE A IIAO COLD. SADDLERY, StC. Salem sutler becauso EAENESS, I'OUNDICD mod, ray homo county us taken from idea of You want the best medicine' that can annual report, Bureau of Labor: Nod- Dunnvlllo and some two or more cross The undersigned committee. npndnted hy KY. STANFORD, be obtained, and thul Is Chamberlain's away county, situated In Northwest road olllccs do on account of swollen an order of tho Flcl Court of I.lurolu streams? There is no stream at ull Couuty, will on Cough Remedy, part of State, bordering Iowa, 45 tulles You want a remedy that will not North of St Joscb; urea 01S squaro between here und MuKInuey und It Is lVcunesflay, Feb. 15, '99, BTANIOIID, KY only give quick relief but effect a per miles, surface rolling und chiefly prair- an outrage that mull will accumulate Offer for aale ut the Court-hou- o door In In the MeKinncy olllce, all on account etauford. ICy., 0T Lincoln manent cure County Honda, ie. The county Is well watered und e))CaaJMijKultr3gg tBi!ig((3 will relievo drained by tho Nodaway, 102und Platte of Gooso or "Gander" creek getting Said bond luU) Niui'd lu threx kcrlrn, to. Youjwant that win herlei "A." Serlen "II" mid Mrle. "C ' UnrtortHlcor, tho lungs and kcop expectoration easy rivers. The soil Is very rich, dark on a "high lonesome." One letter bag aeries embracing JI3.000 nnd has been doing servlco on this routo, of lu boiidaofttOOeuchaiiil numU-re-conUtlng Uustonvillo, Kentucky The Favorite Line I to You want a remedy that will counter and loam. About 75 per cent, of the und as to hi effect, ask any of our lUand IU Unida of 11.000 euch. nnd numl.,. act any tendency toward pneumonia. ed II to SO, Berle land is under cultivation, tho balance reading populace. euibrnrea i 5,1100 of Offer hi aerrlcM to tbepwpl. ofWett Mi coin if auld Imnit. conUtlngot 10 Iximl. of $300 and Caaey countlr. ulltwck ol Cotnutud Caak- You want a remedy that Is pleasant is timber or pasture land. A small There Is hardly u town In tho county u nil numbered 21 to 110. ami to bond of 0 eUalwayiou baud. and safe to take. amount of coal Is mined In tho county, IS each mid numbered UI to 40. Series "t!" i. H. Ciarinter. Manager. Cbamberluln's Cough Remedy is the but not enough to supply tho local de- without moro or less loafers and I be emhrucea Si'J.ooo of auld Ixind. fnn.l.tlnK lieve Mlddleburg has a iurgcr porcen- - of 10 bond of $300 each nnd numbered 41 to only medicine In uo that meets ull of mand. Average price of Improved tugo, thul follow this profession, ac- 50, and 17 lionds of il.ooo euch, numbered SI to 67, The bond embruceil lu erli' these requirements. This remedy Is land per acre, $35; unimproved $20; A" cording to her imputation, than any .hu.l In) redeemuble ut tho pleaauru of tlu Wo uru tho famous fur Its euros of bad colds lu trudu with Fall llruuchuud valuo of real estate in county town on tho map. But Mlddleburg court lu uud after llo enr from tho date other good Coul. AImi Hay , Com, Out, Trains Morning and Evening from Un- throughout tho United States and In of their Ixauul nnil uliull ! ihie nml patiiblu estimated full value $10,500,000; doubtless lays Flour, Ac. Wo ul.o handle llrlck other towns In tho shade 10 j ear from .nlil (Into eerie 11 ahull rdilptlutr. ion Station, 10th and liroadway. many foreign countries. It bus many assessed value of personal property in und Kemember wo tuku Farm ProImi rcdeeiniihlii ut the pleuiuiu of tim Passengers desiring information and rivals, but, far tho speedy and perman- county, $2,015,100; estimated full valuo when it becomes known thul she has lu uud nit r 10 tear Horn the date ,,r court duct In uxchungu. Prompt delltery uud n.ir uttentloii to all order. OrHcu uud acalc an organization, with tho various olll. rates to S Uconslti, Minnesota. Nebraska ent cure of bad colds, stands without a $5,000,000; assented value of railroads uii uuuuuu uuu pnuuiu 13 .tuura from Nn. 41. etc. Tho name of tho an Id dute, Herlea 'O'1 liull Ihi 'ledeeiuublu near I.. A N. depot. Tclcgliono A PF.NUF-- . and points in the far West, Including Cal- peer and its splendid qualities aro In county, $1,107,200; number of miles ccrs, PKltUIN ut thu ilicuru of lho court In uud utter II ifornia, should address organization Is the Mlddleburg LoafP. ri. We ul.o curry rewlug Muchli.e. everywhere udmlrud und praised. For 133; average cash rental farm land per yeurs from the uat of und due Club. Tho ofllcurs are: 1'reil- - and pijublu in 20 tour their luul date, 'the Part und Altuchtueut und do ull kind of from suld Fntatt J. Heed, Gen. Pass. Agt , sale by Craig & Ilockcr, Druggists. Wages, er's i,o acie, $.1.50; grain rent one-habend u bo aold wliriwur luten.t ut nttn of repairing. dont, William Cullen Bryant (but not 4 E. II. llacou, Dis. Pass. Agt. ordinary labor per day, $1; mechanics tho poet); Vios per cunt. ht uniium, pnyablo aeiui-i- ii duMgr W.II. McDoel, J. H. Statoni ally oa fept, 1 und Feb. I of euch eur 1 ho Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Lim- per day, $2; wages, farm hands pet- Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. ited Is a new train 54 hoursClnclnnatl month, $10; of clerks per month, $32; of Secretary, Chrecco Colemau; Sberltf, bonds will Liar dute IVli. I, 1MW. Any r. of Robert Kooncy. After It Is mado deruptlou Imj Mid houd Uiforo their luului-It- y to Havana, Queen & Crescent Route ahull Diudu auverully according to teachers per month, $42. Wuges huvo known that tho shertIT Is juit out of tbo the aurles uud aerial number of tho Uiuds, and connecting rail und steamship decreased slightly during '07 und "03. bloody (?) 2d Kentucky, you can hotter U'gluulog with Uiud No. 1, rJorlea "A," btld THK ' South. lir.es. Finest trains in tbo laind and gouh)ii will bn paublu nl thu The most pruUlublo products are corn, HIIIK S GREATEST Through tickets on sale Cincinnati to buy, fruit and stock. Number of pub-ll- o bet law and order reigns supreme. Tho Lincoln Couuty Nutbnul lUtik of ttiuuford, ItUUTC purpose of this society Is for the better- Ky. llond may bo redeemed oil Feb. 1 and Havana via this line. 1 kchools, 183; teachers, 2.11; pupil, U0 duja' Tea llwt Uuelmud From ment und upllftment of mankind. Wo Kept. of euch J ear Uwu Judso to iireWoua uotlcoKlveu hy couuty Lincoln 10,570; permatnent school fund, $90,000. A THOUSAND TO.NUUhS I'GNCritATns und they are strictly County National lliuk of auld courta'lnteii-tio- u TOLEDO AND DETROIT Could not cipn Ilia lajitur of Annie V.. hjirin. Population of tho county, 35,000; coun- have s" to redeem uuy of the bond us herein adhered to The minutes aro laid Alll'olnuln Militia. gr,of IIU Howard t., I'lilUdrljikla, fa., wlitn ty soil Maryvlllo. STATES provided. Bald boud hull reao to bear EIGHT GREAT away whero In years to come they may luUre.t utter auld dute. Hulu of auld bond h fuuud that Dr Klog'a New Dlncorery for CHIOAGO, Virginia, Georgia voinnliritljr curtd her of a backing for cukh, to tbo IiIkIiuU and beat bid- Kentuckv. Teoneaaee, lnJ may bo read by posterity that they may wlll.bo WbluCltrSecUL" North and rJouth Curollua, miniiED the oiiavu. uud will bo offered lu lot of (1,000 with cough that (or lutnjr ean had made lite a burden Hail Terminal blatioo. profit thereby. On account of the lilthy der Alalmmu, Mlalalpjil, privilege of 15,00(1 until all bond havo beuu A startling Incident, ol which Mr. John (Utter, All other remedial aid doctor could glie her uo LOUIS. aold. the coinulttuu reavrvlng thu privilege, ST. hels but the My of Ibl Itojral Cure "It aoou re of Philadelphia, wa the tubject, Ii narrated by roads and swollen streams the club has of otferlug thu entire uuuibvr ut oucu uud TMrough Avoiding tu Tunnel "I wa in a mut dreadful ouadl. only been meeting six nights out of tho ucccptlug thu bid reullilnjf luorrd the jalu lu uijr tbet and I iao now ilwp hlm sfulIo Sleeping tbo uioat luouet touudly, something I can tarctly remember duiog lion Mykta cm almoit yellow, eye luuken, wcok, but hope to tuako up lost tlmo Huld bond are sold unconditionally uud BOSTON. continually in back and lde before. I feel like oundlng Itt jiraUes throughout toegu coated, pain desired uiud bo paid for by luirllc Wagner MeeplodCata, Iktween IiuUvlllo uui' the South. "when summer cumes again." the UnWerM," ro will ervrr one who trie Dr. no appetite gradually growing weaker day by aklngame. Clauknck Coleman. The iiurchuer nf tho laiud will b rrijulr-e- d Klug't New Dlioierr for iujt tiuubla of the day. Throe phyIclani bad gtren ma up, Jrorlu NEW YORK. -to place lu thu Lincoln Couuty Nallouitl nuten, TUHtHC DAILY TRAINS ttwtat Parlor Ctr, Wagner Sleeidn Care, I'rlral Throat, Chut or laiugt. Price &0u and II Ov. Trial lately, a Irleud adtriwd iryiug electric Ant buttle Tom Joffers and Aco Porter, Negro Iluuk of Htauford, Ky., u forfeit of $1,000 (oupartuientCan, Clegaut Cvacnea and Plo bottle fie at I'euuir't Drug store; .verr buttle and to my great joy and urpiU. Iha of thu KacU way between Louisville and Lexington' lag ur uideadvilded luproremeut. 1 continued Ih'ilr boys, arrested In Louisville for shoot-lo- g luuedlutvlr after the purchu (Uirauteed. i bond. um for litre week, and am now a well man f Wliue our slguature. Ihl Juu, It, IhW W. A, TUltlf. O. P. A.. craps, confessed tu having robbed W. H. Lampion, father of the n K O. McCQI'.MIOK, D. n MAUTI N, know they aired my lire, and robbed the grat of J. I'. IIA1I.KY. ) Washington. 1). C. Mitr. Gen. Pais. ATkt. Agt new. paper wit, W. J. Lampion, another lcllu," Ho oue ihould fall tu try Ibcm 13 houses in that city during the plat (JEO. II. COOPEli, . II. TAYLOR, A. O. P A Comtco OINOINNATI, O. two weeks. died at Winchester. M it , guaraoliKd, at t'euuy'i Vtyf Store. Only II. 1IKLM, (Louisville. Ky MB 12Wills Ural L. hi DR. Heatrlco, tho infant daughter ol Mr. IAnnounce of nn ennumacv ior nmco iiPlirp,cntn,T0 frm u, cuntv rnrsiciAiJ aud Diumisr, and Mrs. Hack Delk, 1ms pneumonia, lot Mnoln. subject to the, ncttonnf tho dc- Koads hnvo been In n fearful eondl- - j mowy IVICKlNNICV. - ICICNTUCKY. tlonforsomo weeks and teamsters have' not enjoyed their business by any UfHOa.M AND HATiW.HM I'rwrlntlon Carefiillv Compounded Dav or mojinii. r?itriti iniifi nml nnnMniin. nnvn tKi'.nm Mftht. c ami Mil mm Ml fit I Inn mum flirt li mi til ! nt talltlll'lttU nrAii lu.l kliitl nf work In tt IV ,lAh .. V lri'l LI1V llUllttn l of lir"! lllniailvo&t'Mll In tal piyiff ami orhmnit. luonts and tho doctrine freo plkos Is ihuwiMng inihoruuotrr can hv. tucir oik ilon at llirlr home, Jim Wcrcim-becoming more popular. y, f1 ' IptiAl-trrinj, MIDDLEBURG. HON. 211. F. NORTH M, LOWDER - a POSTED. t hed rfs p -A- ll it 1 ,,,, nli..nu.iM.i. ...iuiUi,...,!111"'' To 1 1 Lend Ko-S- S 1 111 Ko-2- 3 1 La-fo- (leorge-tow- car-loa- the con-ta't- RoVal against alum fill-in- Baking Powder Safeguards the food side-tracke- Penny's Drug Store. FARM FOR SALE tl NOTICE. ut H. RUPLEY. Mason Hotel first-clas- Merchant af Fall J.C.tfcCkAY ,,,,., 1 JAr FIRE INSURANCE 1J ot-olllc- Insurance Company Insurance PHMNIX UNDERTAKER! Lincoln Bonds. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, J. SUTTONT, IsOTJISVIliM II,-00- CHICAGO. NOTICE. by-la- lf. Prx-sIJcn- BIG 4 soutnern Railway "by-law- Cars well-know- fWmmpri VTVL''l-- r i .limn iil nnjj:Ui.mji-- j tt4tmtit,KMk(mmlmrldti ilin in.1i in; m tgmiB2ntmmmimtmqtiaaamartf?Mverr