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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 24, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899012401_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 24, 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. JjK "m ,- '- -- w3v''f',t--c1,;Bi!r"f -- , i SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. NEWS Y INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 24. 1891). NO. 93 OHHEJICINAGE. , DANVILLE. LANCASTER. MATRIMONIAL MUTTERS. Tho holiness mcctlntr continues. I roil Your.?, Lancaster' Mr. Frank Mnrksbury lias gono to W. L. Leonard. 1M, and Miss Camp-hel- l, Thrco servlcos onch day. LouMvllln to enter Ilryunt k Stratton's walker, Is doud. or.ly 12, wcro married In Clinton WK SHALL MAKE ANOTHLR Tho Christian Kndcavor Literary business college. In Harlan county, II. M. Ululr wu county. Club rout with tho Misses Cox Friday Sam McKce, colored, was fined KO killed by on unknown party from Granvillo Adams, 22, nnd Miss Laura afternoon. In the police court for attempting to Wells, 17, were married at David The Centro (Jultar and ManJolIn kill unothor colored man, (Ivorito Orllllth v.n stabbed nnd serl- Noaks' yesterday. On n lino you cannot nlford to inNs, WhI'e your nixes In Silrts are still here you ously Injured by an unknown person ut Club will tflvo nconcort In Lebanon on The supervision raised tho property Charle M. B'jddow, and Georgia have them still for tho ovonlnj? of Fob. :ird. of the county $107,834, making the total WUhartz, 21, both of Danville, wero Corbln. at tho opera assessed value $1,121, (m(). married in Covington. Hiram L. Johnson nnd "Undo" Ar- -' J. C. Lewi A Garrard county beau and Lincoln C. C. Cundllf nnd Miss Mary E., the two irood citizens of Lau- - house Thursday evening In SI Flunk- thur nrd und delighted n full house. county hollo will take tho marriage handsome daughter of J. .1. I'razure, rol, died last week. Invitations havo been Issued to tho vow In a fow'dH. Particular luler. wero married at Somurset last week by ('. Green Jackson, harness and saddlo This includer nil Ihe line Manhattan, Columblss and Smith's Fine Shirts. Don't dealer, Danville, hasanijrncd. Liabil tmarrlagnof MIm Hester Urvont tied nils" the chnnce llig reduction in nil Hum. Suits mado to Order, Cleaned and Mr. Jese D. Hoyston, a brother of Hov. F. M. Hill. Mr. Scott Oloro at the Kplscopal ities nbout l,f0. "nroia l.. rowle, a member of tho Preyed James A. Hoyston, ogo M year, died I.aaoSmtok, aged M) years, and one church, Feb. 1st. near Uryaiitvlllound the remain were",'tt eniueky, and .MljLulaC.,daugL- Tho Hoylo County Teachers Associa- burledln Lancaster cemetery Friday tcrof F. Oiagg, of Somerset, wero of Mercer' most prosperous farmurr, tion held In D.invlllo Saturday wus of died of pneumonia. in the presence of a Inrgo crowd of married last weok. Georgo D Rice, assistant engineer, Thu blir Konural storo of J. C,. John- unusual Interest. There were many friends and relative, He wus promTelephone No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. ITntlnil . w.wo V.Bf 3tntn.i son, of Mnjn, Mercer county, burned. visitors from tho schools of the neighv ..... I.IM.1 I I..U. .Ill, and trader. inent farmer ,M.J, fn.n, . ln..lll boring towns. aud Miss Elizabeth McVay, of tjewtck- $1,000; no Insurance. Los, John Urlght's puzzle In tho last Issue Tho corKrato existence of the "Far-liter- s The Husy Hee of tho Haptlst church of tho iNTKltmit Joi'ii.VAt,, remind ley, Pa., were married there on the! gave tho Utile comedy, Illacic Dia- ma of Uncle Pate Fmbry, us be used to 20th. National Hank of Danville" Iim u Very large and select stock and mond," at tho homo of Mrs. J. It. explain It to too 30 yearsago. Mis Flora Maxwell Wheatlcy and extended 'JO year. Of course Ilrlggs, Friday evening. Quito a nice tho shoo maker lost just II. Kolkor has sold .to Mrs. Kate what the coun- Mr. Georgo W. Uacot were married at I Aracricu, Ga. "It was one of tbo most the Cumberland Hotel near tho little sum was realized fur tho mission- terfeiter gained, $i:i and the boots. ary cau9. Wo can you In Shoe, for Women. Children and Men. We stand at In Somerset for 411,000. brilllunt wedding in tho history of the depot Butler Kngclman, the Leaf corresHill the top for Quality, Style, I'll, Ac. Yoa can buy from us Shoes that are Mr. Harbnra W. Thompson, b'J, died ing Spalding, of Lebanon, is visit- pondent for tho Central Record, doubt 'town" say tho Evening Herald. solid i low priced a anywhere. friends in Danville. Miss Hester David Atkins, of Sellersburg, lad., at Versailles. She was tho mother of the truth of my that I did is arranging Uryant entertained Friday ufternoon Mrs. Kalo Ilrown, of London. to marry tho game woman work In Lincoln county. 1 refer farm GOOD Dr. J. 11. Robertson was tlncC ."0 for in honor of Miss Hartwcll, of Chicago. him to Col. Tom Hill and Sam Ernbry, the third time. He ha been twice divorced from her, but she draws him practicing medlclno at Ml. Vernon und Dr. L. W. Green spent Friday In whose reputation for veracltv I Then we keep the hlglict grades. In fact, tho place to get your Shoe. Lexington with Dr. Hartetl, who re back like a magnet and find her absoOar Gents rurnlshlng Department Is full of good thing In oo hi failure to pay was sent to jail. ay tho cently returned from Huropo. Miss lutely lrrcsfstable. Tho Somerset Paragon 1 have u catthnt gets on tho dresecr rjd are so bad In that county that Hossle Fate and her guest, Miss Helm, nnd goo through the motion of adjust Mr. Mury Keller, the divorced wlfo of Murray Keller, and a daughter of country rfeotdo can't oven come to woro ''stormed ' Thursday evening by ing It hair, Newest thing In colored Shirt. Pre Shirt. Neckwear Oloves, Hosiery, using powder, etc. It then a party of girls and boys Mis Annlo d E. D. Standlford. president Uats and Everything to make a man. Trunks and ValNcs. court. goo to the piano, climbs up tho etcol the late Dr. of the L. fc N., wu married In Uuffulo Stanley P. Lyons, a drummer, whose Hoyston, of Garrard, was.lhu guest cf and actually If at touches tho key a mother lives In I.awienceburg, commit- friends In Dunvtllo Saturday. Mr. and tempting to muko musfc. ThU I told to Horace Klelnhans, late of tbo Mammoth Store, Louisville. ted suicide at Paducah wlthont known Mrs. H. K. Woolfulk havo returned The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE 27. from Mobile. Mr. A. K. Hundley en- for the truth and can be proved. Sonio Chicago girl have organized a cause. Hon. P. W. Hardin seems to be gain- Hobi-otertained the "Country Club" Friday club, and at euch meeting ono Central University Is trying to secure ta i log ground In his gubernatorial aspiraraalo guest Is elected "Hob?on." The tho services of Hert Cunningham, the evening. Tho Fancy Work Club met Of course Garrard county should tion. crack Louisville pitcher, for lu baso with Miss Naunlo Wood at her beauti- instruct for him as he is in our judicial girls tile past and he is expected to kiss ful country home. Clay Goodloo ateach girl once. If ho refuse bo must ball team. and Congressional district and for tbo give her a pound of candy, nnd If she Charles Jackson, u barler, sklped tended thu meeting of tho committeeadditional ruason that he would make Oratorical refuse to be kissed she must embroider from London, after swindling many men of tho a good u governor as any one of the u people. Ills wife also loft with another contest, held In Lexington Saturday. hat mark for him. aspirants 11. Hust Mr. A. in Chicago. Mr. und Indiana a wonderful State or she tcron' trunk. II. Harris, Jr., of Louisville, Mr.S. Tho election commissioners In Ma- Mrs. II. F. Phillips leave Tuesday for was with his father, Mr. U. W. Harris, bai moro than her complement of liar. ! CI . vv. A dispatch trom Strawtown ay that! rlon decided that Itaywlck voted Fiorldu to sxjnd ihe rest of the winter. city, on Sunday. Capt. LouisLan-diuIM mralnallhasalu of whisky, not for It Hoth are recovering from u siege of the this Polly Owens ha iut entered her ' M went to Lexington Saturday. Mr. Mr. Rflp. 14th matrimonial venture and that Mr I W as the ofllccrs returned. W It. L. Klklo took xevcral premium on und Mrs. Curler Man!, of Anderson, , The Signal wants Itockcastlo to sell fato of tho missing yucht, Paul his tlno Minorca fowl at the Loulsvillo The i.i 1 .UOUO worth of bonds for tho purM so are rejoicing over their 2'Jth child jjw M Cash is King. Onritcrms are cash. We have j onus, una nor passengers, tor whom a poultry show. He and wife returned Her rich old undo at St. Louis left! V of building a turnpiko from thu Linjfh, .NO BOOKs and ticket paper has aboutl runout. dozen parties have been searching for yesterday. hi fortune to Mis Mary Gregg on con- - j W' coln lino to Livingston. ity The Lancaster correspondent for tho a week, Is now known. The yacht ex TIME is all right in its place. NOW is" theJTIMB M, Hroaddus, of Madison, wsa dltlon that she should never change, j llcubcn ploded on or about Jan. 0, near Bird Cincinnati Post bent u message stating to reduco prices on all Winter Goods and to do it tint to the asylum at Lexington, alter Island, .10 miles from tbo mouth of tho that Rice Henge arrested John Wullace her surnume. Her lover loved heri sufficiently to INDUCE PEOPLE to buy. NOW more after tho bequest than before and m unsuccessful attempt at suicide by Mlsilsslppl, and It Is is the TIME when wo would rather have what the believed that ev for horso stealing and tho type said to remove any trouble about razor. cutting his throat with a the inner-- 1 ery one on ooara was Killed at once or thut Wulloco had arrested Hengo for Itcnce, Goods cost us than to have tho Goods. We mean went . Following havo been appointed postthat offense' This correction Is duo hi narao before tho court and had , drowned soon after. this, if you don't believe it, bring the CASH and changed to after masters: Sherman Cotton, at Cottons-bur- g; Thrco youug men Mr. Henge, as he doe not belong to coate to see us. Seeiug"will convinceyou. wero placed In jail which he married the heiress und now J. L. Powell, Hodhouso, and A. at Morganlleld on n 1 horrible charge that class. II. Ilaloy, Joseph Lick, ull in Madison Much ha been said about thu new they ure us happy as big un Mower. fnclr name are Guy llussell, Klllolt Mary Adkins, who. procured a Mr. county. woman, but moro can bo said about the Thotnjs Morgan, head clerk at tho Moreheud und Daniel D.irnelt and they new boy or young man. When I was a dlvorco from her husband, Prof. Ad- -, aru accused of decoying und keeping In king several year ugo, hu brought! Phu'nlx, Lexington, will bo a partner M- -l a straw rick for two day, three rcspec boy, if I got a pulr of boots and a pack suit against him ut Delaware, O., for m with Herbert Homme), of Danville, In of firo cracker on Christmas day, I wus management of Hockcastle Springs tublo girls, whoure nearly dead from satisfied. Now It take a diamond ring, $10,000 damuges for breach of promise. the m abuse and exposure. if. 11 this season. a pistol, a watch, a buggy or a horso to She ulleges that they became reconcilA dispatch from Pari Oraray: Two keup Tho Kentucky in tho family. Up to the ed and agreed to marry again, but that disposed to piny her torical Contest will lw pulled oil at phjslelan of repute, Dr. Tutier and ago of 21 j curs, wo all worked at home tbo professor Lexington. April 7. W. C. Goodloo.of Hulllcn, declare that unless thcro la an and asked permission to go uwuy. Now false. It will be hard for her to make SI Centro College, was elected president iujury to some vita! organ it I possible the old man must consult tho young a jury believe that she I damaged to m. SJJJJSSSSSJBl ..SfhM ' to retoro life to a dead body. Moro man beforo ho can go. A generation thul extent by the fuilure of a man to of the association. m . Association than this, they claim to havo wrought ago a young man would be drummed marry her, whom she once swore she The Laurel County Fair will dissolve and Mr. J. T. Yllflam this luiruclo und they ure men of high out of society for smoking even tobacco could not live with. . f Tho course of true lovo raroly run has been selected to wind uptho nllalrs. standing In tho presence, of ladle. Now they LiMBfJ Aafaaf $ AlJBsiatottBftesf mf.' smooth, but in the case of Albert Smith no moro An uttempl to bribe councllmcn was smoke even cigarette In their proeenco It Is llkoly that there will be Talr held at London for a while at made by u woman at Louisville, in the on tho street und in their homes, and, and Mis Nellie. Stewart it seem to Intercut of u local newspaper, which worst of all, visit them with tho fume have been especially rough. Sho lived least. Gov. Hradloy commissioned Geo. V. wanted to embarrass tho democratic of liquor on their breath. This Is a In Loulsvillo and ho la JotTersonvllIe. Albrocht captain of Company F, 4th administration, but alio was arrested terrlolo state of ailalr and tho young Finding fuvor In her eyes, bo soon The Second Session of tho Scholastic Year, 1MIS-9- , engaged and gavo her a diamond Kentucky, vlco K. L. Holbuirn. Peter and tho plot unfolded. ladles are to blame for ullowlng such lieuC. Hrcshor was commissioned lit A Jury ut Oshkosh, Wis., decided conduct. A young ludy retired from ring. Afterward she jilted him but MONDKY, tenant vlco Albrocht, who was formerly thul u burkcocr who sold a man liquor tho presence of a young man In this refused to return tho sparkler. Ho sued her for it and thu jury suld It was For Course of Study, Terms of Admission. tc., send for Catalogue" or call at the Now. editor of tho Mlddlosboro until he was helpless and then threw city because whisky wu on hi breu'b, College on Mrs. J. A. Franklin, of Conway, hi m Into tho street to diu of exoure, uud If other would follow her example hers. Smith became tho laughing stock Koekcastto county, has been engaged wus guilty of manslaughter. would be belter. Of coursu of hi friend, but hi lovo for tho girl the world MH3. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY. Lady Prluclpal, Stanfoid Ky. by tho Zoological Garden at Cincinnati there ure exception to such practice, remained and ho again sought her A Negro who suy hu had been WILLIAM HELTON, PRESIDENT. old son, who hand. Sho relented and uot wishing to to show her to Miiall-iHibroke out with a there arc some polite, moral young glvo her time to change her mind was born with neither urms nor legs. something llko while In tho Somer men. it ugaln, ho secured an Immediate mar-- IIKST LINE OP- Shu will recoh o15 per week and ex- set Jail and ull tho town people, are now riage. A fashion note say that tbo silk pense. being vuccluutcd, so popular which hu Tlr. Maggie S. Farra, who with her ino army reorganization bill wus soon bo dUcurded been take It ilaco will Mr. LouUe Coomb, at Erlangor, will to two mall children, Roberta and Mary brought up in tho House yesterday and be simply nothing. The newest gown Ki'- - received a letter Friday which Scott, met with tho torrlblo accidental the debute ou tho measure will contin are being so close lilting, uot only In Wtta written to her by her hubaud, Lyao crossing, on the Cinslnnat Capt. Thoma M. Coombs, August 14, 1M)2, resulting In tho ue la hour, not to Include thrco night thu wulstundlcove, but f om head to Southcru, Sep. 4, foot, that silk or wooleu light must' 1S83 wu,1 ho wa u prisoner of war In death of Utile Mary, alter awaiting tho session. Tho United Status government bus need be worn under them. Tho entire lho ob, Penltontiurywlth John Mor- deluys of lltlgatlou for soven year, bus contracted with u Terro Hauto compa- flguro I to bo brought out in such bold Pant u,n umteueruto rumor. Capt, at last recovered tho amount awarded Coomb trted to send the letter out by at tho original trlul In Judgo Harr' ny for 150 red, white und bluo mall relief thut the cited will bo startling underground route, but It was detected in 18!)l. Thu um wagon. Aiolliclally reported to tho House court, at Frankfort, Hand-Mad- e by Nuthan Myron und sulzcd. committee on Invalid pensions, the Ho Wooden recovered with jnterest umountod to TiimiAVAoiaoriiuii'. found tho missive the olher duy In TUit muleru uvurgs, lltu lrl, Uoiu lbs air casualties of tho Spanish war woro: OfS,ltiO. Jessamine Journal. wllu IU fatal gortui.M that uu home Uaafolrutu hi papers and forwarded it to the widlis iiwm.Imi uiuliliud.t bars (uuud aiuravru. ficers killed, 2u; enlisted men killed, Tho death of Simon Cohen at havlug been dead Inlluu Sialullhl.daugruu tualady In Dr. Kfuy's 257; otllccr. wounded, ll!i; enlisted inon ow, Cupt. Coomb Tunn., recall tho sensational New IMvutery. Wltrn you twl turfDoalu yvur twiirtand iuukIh, baracblll. sud fern, llb Kirn wounJcd, Death from disease, many year. robbery In which ho wus the rlctlmand thrual, alu lu th back of th brad, catarrhal The total number of men In tbo U. yuiluiusauda yuu kuuw ofterward tho slayer of tho robber. jousate th.drln,.lutliuru toagh ucd way Kluj'. May 1 10 Dec. 31; otllccr HP, men V S, army in thu war with Mexico wa Dr, and that you ho pont tlio night at Nw PUcottry. It will orouiuily curs tb wont, 864. While u peddlor 112,230, Kentucky had four regiment cvuU heal lbs lulliuivdiueiubraurs, kill The court of uppeals hold that a su CANNED II. 1 Thornbiry',near Jelllco, In 1883. Krrmi aud prvrrql lbs dreaded slier thedUiaM eBwl. ut ono regiment of cavalry fries 4(1 cia. audit, Mouey Uaiktf perintendent of county school I nut of Infantry, was held up by a man upposed to lbs malady, m Ho one independent company, uu. iuri.. a irrug in., vuuia ires ai 4euoy empowe under tho law to revoke tho, "1 ,n nU bo a Negro and relieved of $185. After oiun,. ,D The auualllo. report 4'8 curiltlcuie of a teacher lu tbo common thu wan had gone out, ho llred at him Cincinnati, Lim- school becuuso tbo latter has gl von as- cu umong iuu iveniucicy volunteers Florida and Havana bullpt did It deadly work. 'and tbo were; killed 78, wounded 105, died of 1 prdved that tho robber wo ited a now train 51 hour Cincinnati sistance to an applicant for a certldcate wound 4. On Juno 30, 16U3, there wcro to Havana, Queen & Crescent Itouto during tho examination. himself, no other than Thornbury on the rolls tbo names of 10,012 survivand connecting rail und steamuhlp up, und as ho boro a good forbidden by or and 8,143 widow, u total of 18,155. Ulackbettles, Pine Apples, Apple llutter, Peach flutter, Plumb Sutter, Salmon, blacked Tho death penally Mackeiel, Oysteia, M.'nce VraU, Aspartgus, tho matter created tho greatest line. Finest train lu tbo South. law n Colorado, Rhode Islaod, Maine, HOW'S Tills? Through tickets oil salo Cincinnati to sensation. Michigan and Wisconsin. la Rhode Weorti-- (n lluuJnxl hilars lUwan) (or aur Havana via thU lino. ofllalarrh that tan uot I curvJ j Haiti Island tbo only alternative I Imprison- rut Cur. Catarrh Till: DEADLY tillll' . Tolclo, O. r" J. CIIKNUV A CO.. rro William Weighiman the richest ment for life. In Kansas tho signature I .jilo struct In lbs laud. Th sir you breaths W,lhsuuilr.liKi. bas kuowur'. J. Ibeusy may hi full lit It fatal Ksiiu.! Dout urglKl tb. mau in Philadelphia, the city of mi1 necessary to an exe- or tlw lul 1.1 )tar.au4 Ullurs blu rllr bou of the governor door tirli'wjoiiwUl oiu lbsJftilh. to I'lmuiuoul trauwcitons aoj Uuauctallr vraMsluallku-luiDrill acd Kvapoiatml Frulta o! all kinds. , It sius iia tijtll. Ill wealth Is estimated at cution. iou.uiui.llou aula to tarry out aujr obllgatluut waJ Ij thilr L.ibula.llUf.r,haUaib.. dull htsry Wis. llionaire. made In uriu. sor thrust sod $70,000,000, the drug business, niucuiudiMUsnwsftoiutbsnoM, Whit A Tai'A.1, WboUals UrugiUli, TobMo, ( lioa'l null iirwlous tluis and not u dollar of It cough Til EAUIK. KINU Or AIXIIIUD. Walpinu, Kl(iAK A JUyi, Wbolfule lru(. invested In railtreallonlbL fount. llh Uw.Uo, lallrls. oriiuor, jliU.'lol.Jo, tiblu. I uotod for Its kvn night, clear sod dl .iu heap .Jruui. lur. II SI out. ".i,M w road stock. llall't Calanb Curs U laksu lutrrDalljr, acilnj who use Hurt vLton. So art) tuu txtrson to Nw PkuKsry, th UfilUbls remedyIimU truoclirl aal uuvu. of lbs Eagle t'yo Salvo for weak eyes, illrwtljr uuou lb U00J Louis. boM .urfatst tirug. bulnvrluniT U luoei lbs dlvsw (ruu. bjr all lruuklt. 11 UU diwtdwl Ir.Uui. rrlo TV, r .furtdH fTuui ths uut Tho total fire loss In Louisville la styes, sore eye of auy kind or granulated MiiU. Tntliusulal.lrM. tud I'teveuu lbs Moury buk II 1'iUsBOiU.sudll.ou. lids. Hold at 1'euny's at!J cents. tlall'i taiulljr 1'illi 111 tlit U.t. 16U3 wu $733,000. 1'euuy'i Prug prize cuke nin-bu- h. W ATOHOUB WINDOW .A. ., TERRIBLE OTJT upix-nre- Snr. ONE DOLLAR. I The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., I T""j'"'"": Ih-o- Mc-Ca- i 1 1 FREE PIKES jili-ai- SHOES VERY CHEAP. unlm-pcuche- d. I I I UNDERWEAR ! well-dree- CALDWELL & LANIER, ;Bg.g.g:5gsR.gR.gy.5p..g5rgg'.: Inter-collegia- 1 1 I t l ill UJ 1 n L is J I I 10 tf Intor-collegla- to 1 I I l 4 0 pbMb a H. J. McROBERTS. w I ,. ..., sak.iS9.-MraL- I .; Stanford FemaleSCollege. MILL BECIN be-ca- JKNUHRY 23RD. ex-po- cd two-mon- th pet-tlco- ! Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, B. K. WEAR EN A SON. In the oity. Remember our line of Harness. Hut-ledg- e, Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Beans, Ap- ricots, Peaches, Pears, $ rep-utall- 1 r -- 1 Bottled And Bulk Pickles, AT VERY LOW PflCfSS. JBBAZLBY & CARTER. i ititr-lotti- o 1 ALL u,sl-.d- curiJ. AtllstMllUtrst blurs. . . ' - JjJsj , iMtn.tsii .Aata. & alU tllAV Lj., . 4, ,' t 'WIUlI.. Not n Military Nation. military nntlon. strictly speaking. Is .one that fosters, encounters and farmor 1 cent. nmlntnliis nt nil hazards a ttrong nnd J. H. Dunn, of Gar rani, bought In military force to which Jan. 24, 1899 Stanford. Ky., Boylo 12 extra nlco yearlings at $2S. every peaceful Interest of the cltiien Two car load good, fat mules, thrco It subordinated. Of course wc are not this spring, for salo by Dr. J. B. Owsthat, says an American military authorW. P. WALTON. ley, Stanford. ity. On the contrary, so far ns the M. Hill sold to J. C. Johnson, of J. Hate Itself Is concerned, It has maniBoylo, a bunch of yearling at 4c and TiiEScnato passed tho Nlcarapuan fested little, If nny, tendency In the On your purrlissts by availing yourself fth Mlv.tnlAiooiil1erIiiE now bwinit mde another lot at 31c. Canal bill by a voto of 18 to 0, Senator of military purpose or ambition through die Orrat Challenge tlestnncu Sale. $29 each and Flvo long yearling at Lindsay being onu of tho latter and Therefore, It goc without snjlng that heifers at 3o aro sales noted In tho we characterizing tbo bill ni tbo most In are not a military nstloii In the genWinchester Democrat. defensible) pleco of legislation bo had End, erally accepted Interpretation of that J. V. St J. S. I'ettus, of tho East heard of In a long time. Tho bill term, lint n military people we nre. alenquired 50 hoi's- - In Uockcastlo for vldcs for tbo Issuo of ft million shares ways have hern, nnd bid fair always to March delivery at 21c. of stock at $100, tho U. S: to tako be. As a nation, except In the'emcr- Funry 8lrld Fringed Tcmeln,:VS by 15 Inches, only 5c, Mack Vest bought Saturday tho Mar after all stock now outstanding exItency of war. less has been done to 41 by 22 inches ltd Imrde r fringed honey-comTnwel, 15c, tha Hicks farm, of 70 acre, 2f miles stimulate held by the government of tycept that 4U liy 10 tnclirst Turkish llslli Towel, heavy. He. the military tendencies of Gov. Mount's pet bill, providing for this side of Klngsvllle, for $400. Nicaragua and Costa Utca has been our people, nnd still Irss to formulate .VII iy 18 Int lictt. Woven Selvigc llrnml Turkish Towel, Iks, T. H. Grubbs sold his farm of :ii nny uniform plan called In and all bonds and script re. the teaching of ngrlculturc In tho pubSO by 15 incla-for military orgr.nUn- llluo checked Hemstitched Too 11, 5c, To ctTcct this lic schools, was killed In tho Indiana acres In Montgomery county, to F. M. tlon, than In almost deemed and canceled. 12 by to Imhes Fnncv Irith Linen Tied Fringe. Towuls, worth 40v. naw 2n. any other govern-meHouse. Ewlng, of Hath county, for2,0t)0cash. adcancellation, this government will In the world. On the contrary, Ill Incite wide, Crnili.only 5c. Already with tho election nearly Tommy Burns, tho Jockey, has en- we hove vance not to exceed $5,000,000 on tho had prrnched to us since the IS Incite, sit Linen Crili, blue nnd red rhecked, only Sic, and nresent nronertV of tho thrco years off, there aro flvo candl- - gaged to rldo fbr Schorr & Son, tho Umys of the frAnnhUn Declaration of Independ Turkish Itiiili Tuwllnjr In holt, 18 Inches wide, worth 12Jc yntil, llitu week .40. dtc8 for shorliT, four for jailer and six Memphis turfmen, two years for $lu ence company. Seven directors aro provided, Hed Fringed Tsllo Napkins, 12 by 12, only 43c dozen. uncirines most emphatically op 000. flvo to represent tho United States and , 'or county cicr in .viauison. posed to a standing I'lnln While Linen Napkin, Frlturd' 15 by 15. only 72c doien, Kagan will never bo commissary gen. ThorenrcClO entries to tho eight ment, nnd, despite military establish, Costa Klca. one each for :lcaragua and the obligations ImWhite Fringed Napkinx with blue Utrder, Linen, 15 by 15, 72e down, eral again, no matter what is tho out-te- d principal stakes of tho Louisville Jock-c- v posed by Neutrality Is guaranteed and the Unl- i if the constitution, the govern ' "" " Yellow ' Club. The Debutanto stako for States government has a lien for all corao of his trial. Col. John P. Wcs- . . .1 11 i .1 ment has persistently neglected the .ti 11 80n na been selected to succeed aim. heads the list with VI. sums advanced. .1 organlrntlon by law of the military ii " "' " " iitnk Tho river and hat bor bill has been Tho Lebanon Enterprise reports sales Congress Is getting ready to rush completed. It carries appropriations of 10 cotton niulei 15 hands and broke, bodies within thc states. Indeed, this Stamped Dollies, Splashcts, DriMer Hcarfs nnd Centre Pieces at your own prirc, through a bill prepared by the House of $12,503,138, and In addition authoriz at 8S2.50, J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, apparent aversion to n military establishment, based ns It was upon early Coinage Committee providing that the es continuing contracts that will call bought In Marlon 23 steers for $1,050. experiences In our history, seems to gold dollar shall be tho standard, re- for 810,701,533. There Is no money in feeding matur- have furnished some ready leader of stricting silver colnago to subsidiary Gov. Gen. Henry has suspended for ed steers. Tho kind that pays arc tho-- o It yards long Lscc Oirtninf., 50r, a nurrow political school opportunity coins and providing for tho retirement ono year mortgage foreclosures In 18 that you can bring to 1,500 pounds at 3 y arils long " 75c, of the greenbacks. Mr. Bland offered Porto HI co, and also tho summary judi to 20 months old, says ono who knows. and pretext for the fnltnclou doctrine I yard long extra wide l.vce Curtain. tc, that the theory and principles of our gold stand a substitute for the single cial sales of land for debt, owing to tho D. X. Huo and V. M. Bonta bought government were US inches wide ire 'tin fancy striped in p 11k and blue, "Jr, from the beginning ard feature providing for free bimetal-- ' ,,cn,c(ty 0f m0ney for Bonta Bros, last week, 23 opposed to n. military rnt.iblNhint.nt coinage, ana to was voica uown o 10 lie Tfco court f appcalS( thoU(,h havIn(; mules In Lincoln and Casey coun- of any l.lr.d. Despite this doctrine, 8, a strict party voto. If the bill be- - a detnocratlc maiorlty, olectcd a son of ties at prices ranging from $00 to JlKi. however, It must be admitted by those comes a law, as it doubtless will. It will Ju(K0 GulTy) repubnca0) n collrt of. Hanodsburg Democrat. who read the constitution of the glvo Bryan and his followers additional flce nowover jua(,e Gu(Iy u not New Mexico's sale of wool and lambs United States that congress was vetted White Hed Sprrsd, 72 by 72 Inches, mily 50c, scourge tho onou.h republican to hurt, argument for tho people to over $5,- - with fullest powers last year aggregated a little " "to ralte and sup' i by 72, ulilyTl'r, rascally money changers from the torn- f c,arki chomUl of thc 000,000. Prof F Upon an estlmuted population port armies" and to provide for organ-1x1" " " only Me. 00 by 7.', " pie and make his election possible. Ud,IC(1 Smca armyi aftep M annU of 170,000 this would give ubout $30 for arming and disciplining mllitiu " ' Marseille pattern Eagan each man, woman and child In tho ter tr. nn extent uot THE court of appeals has atllrmed a' ysis, that the canned beef that Ilmltid. Thnt same Thro good nre made of llitee ply yarn, Ixith warp and filling, anil warnwicri nut th borle aDU ritory. Instrument made the president the to weighten with nny Mihlance whatever, uneitilslrtl in quality, style mid rlnW', rather singular verd'ict for damages sent t0 lhc arm haJ Lurd can be grown rauro cheaply on salicylic acids In It, bothof which arc ,v, t ni...,itin'i,..a. rn mh. commander In chief of the army nt.d Hemmed ready for lire tS. a cotton nlautallon In Dixlu than on a navy Ushers of the Commercial, for $500. used In embalming bodies. of the United Stutes nnd of thc gone for The House has passed the amended hog. The 400 pound hog has nrtlpli In 1!)5 That linnnr TinlillAhnri nn militia of thc stnles when called into and the uso of cottonseed oil lor headed: "Found nt last. Tho search biU making additional circuit jddges ever, the service of the United State, all of ,n the P"th and Slxth judicial circuits. lard is responsible for It, snyi un ex- whleh for the meanest, man on earth has been l-2provisions clearly shn.v that even c busily prosecuted for years, but I claim Tbo slxth embraces tho States of Mich change. Veach, of Wilmore, sold U0 the maker of our eonstltiiUunai 'nivs Tennes-ec- . John foresaw necessities to which their sucJO'' miicuy tho Droud distinction of havimr located 25 dure n ' tel, thu big st birirain ev r H red, 'i't and ftic. uveraged from (W0 to l.lW) It now cessors have been largely bllno. Wo have many other llrnft nt mrpfisinly hi price, IhiI for the want f spate him. He lives at Owensboro." Tho sign It. goes to the president, who will cattle, that Mo-elsold to pounds, ut4ic. II. A. article did not name Tennelly, but he we sro compel ed In leave tlisiu off, hut tome nnd se fur yourself and bi e mruieed The United States District Attorney Georgo V. Sandusky eights hogs that Mrs. Dulio, n natlveZulu woman.who goods go at co- -t anil below cust. Fascinators Flannel brought suit for libel, alleging that It klrt, for Utah says that tho House can refuso weighed 4,700 pounds, unavorugo of 5t5 was iducntvd In nn American mlMlon Winter meint him. Tho Commercial asserted to scat Congressman-elec- t Roberts, of pounds. J essutulne Journal. reboot in Natal, snytv that on coming to this to be true and attempted to prove And Utah, on the ground that he forfeited Alter agreeing with us that It p.u thN country the strangest thing to her it. Tho jury found for him and the his civil righes, by tho terms of the Ed- to raise hogs, t lie Leaf uurrcsponileui v.as the quantities of clothes that tho All hnve to go to mnkeriHim forSiiinmer (imiiN Cimo nnd get your hare' f lb court of last i esort sustained it. munds law. when convicted of polygamy of the Centrul Record says: Mrs. But- women here have. Thc women seem to u.irgaiiiK, uon i wnti until nicy me an gone ami men want llirni. 1 iu itmv cry your Great Godfkby! Has It come to and sentenced to imprisonment in 1SS1. ler Eoglem.in bought a sow for $2 50 be always buying new clothes or hav- eye nut and we cnuldn't supply t ic Ions felt want ('nine nnd b convinced for $27. ing them made In new styles. ".Now, his? The Louisville Dispatch says: Tho democrats of tho West Virginia and from her sold six hoats "It is slated on good authority that Legislature have nominated John T. She still has tho sow and u new litter In Zululaiid," she says, "those of us who wear clothes wear them until Judge James P. Tarvln, of Covington, McGraw forU. S. Senator and the re- of pigs worth $23. they nre old. American women demand will bo a candidate for tbo democratic publicans N. B. Scott, present commisGen.'S. S. Bamberger, who it one much attention. You want to be made T.I). HANKY, Manager. nomination for vice president next sioner of internal revenue, a member year." Our citizens, or the few who of tho National republican committee, time was secretary to President Jeffer a great deal of, and you vvnnt the men Ilrnnch stores nt I'atis, (.itrlisle, Ml Sterling, iUrdslnwn, l.awremrhur', Cynthi to wait on you so much. In Africa It's heard him here, will remember tho who was a delegate at large to the St. son Davis, died ut San Francisco. (Icorcetown. Kllinbellitowii, Krsnkfnrt Msuckimn m', Dr. G. W. Murrey, of Bowling Green, different, I tell you; the women wait ntu, Versiille, who made such a Louis convention. "jedge" as the man was ono of those who perished when tho ou the men there. Not but what I vulgar and filthy speech that even tbo Chairman Barnett, of the Stato republican committee, will call a meet- steamer Ouachita was burned at Mem- guess I like the change n little," she empty benches were disgusted. admitted, meditatively, "but you go ing at Louisville eurly In February of phis. Matters are pretty squally at Illolo to Jdikje J. A. Phillips, of Montlcel-l- o, tho representatives of tbo different the other extreme here. When you und It looks like we will now have to who used to be our correspondent factions to have a have ever so little trouble you feel it subdue tho insurgents after whipping so much; there, and who has always had an apt- time, where all can shako hands with thnt Is because you have Item MISTOHY Of TME ness and a desire for newspaper work, no references to the past and join In a tho Spanish. petted until you do not know how to More, than $350,000,000 of tho exports In tho Somerset has bought an Interest -be strong." general jollification. of the United Stulcs during 1SW were Reporter and moved It to Montlcello, A largo meeting was held in tbo surpassing any Mnyor Nichols, of Wilkeilurre. toc-iwhero It will bo known as tho Wayne Academy of Music, New York, Sunday products of iho farm, u novel way of teaching scolding neighA COMPLETE REVIEW OF OUR RELATIONS WITH SPAIN. County Record. Kirk Boono will con- night, to protest against the policy of previous yeur's agricultural exerts. lesson n few days Greece wis tinue with him In tho editorial control expansion. Expressions from lio Southern purt of Sunday mora- bors awere brought beforengo. When Beginning with the Cause and Declaration of War, the they him, each earthquake of the paper, which ws wish the greatCloreland, W. J. Bryan and oth- shaken by an many towns were In tide wanted to tell her story first, und author describes with enthusiasm and power every est succsss. were ine. Houses in event, such as the Making of thc Army nnd Nnvy, thc ers were read and short addresses wero destroyed raising both hands In nn appeal for Eustls, Bourko jure J and two villages Marv clous llattic of Manila Hay, thelllockadingofCuba, Senator Deiioe wants to have a made by Wonderful Scott, a colored man, was silence, the maj or pulled out his watch Ilottliug of Ccrvcra's Squadron ami its doom, thc heroic Soldiers' Homo built on the Kentucky Cock ran and Samuel Gompers. and put on a dignified and mysterious farm on which Abe Lincoln was born The Hopklnsvllle Independent tells found hanging dead from a limb of a nlr. An oppressive silence followed in fights at Guasimat, San Juan and I!l C.tucy, the closing and has presented a 1)111 to that elTcct. this campaign lie. "A lady from Pern treeatTuttto Knob, an Isolated place the mayor's court, and forfceicrnl min- in on Santiago and its surrender, thc Tall of Manila and Wo rise to inquire who told tbo fat and broke, whois nn enthusiasticdemocrat, In Clark county. The authorities found utes the chief magistrate of the THE PEACE COMMISSION'S WORK. city stupid individual that there was ever named her canary bird Bill Goebel. that It was a cuso of suicide. hanged at Montgomery sat holding his wntoh. Not n person ITH AUTISTIC JllllllTN. msklngcrtntUpte Two Negroes such u man as Lincoln and that bo was LlKo the Covington statesman, bo did stirred, nor was there a word spoken. entetllnoter rjfull page beautiful half lonts, togcthir wltli a born on a farm? The old fellow seems nut sing much, but she loved him len- for murder mado lengthy speeches on Then he number of magnificent ilouMe fune !HhOi;rap)i lstt s In ten nroic nnd quietly tiptoed out to be absorbing some knowledge from derly, until last Saturday she dlscovcr- - the gallows, ono 13 minutes long, wind- of the room. A sign to the chief of porotors, representing the battles en land ami sea. , usual assuranco that eu that Kill uocbel had laid an egg. ing up with tho hls association with Mark Hanfau. lice and lie also went out, thc other Till: .H'TIIOIl iiaruan filled by education. ptcullailyaJtsn-tageouNow she declares that no dependence they were "gwino homo to glory." situation anJ fccllnir for the subject, to officers following. The two neighbors The Owensboro Messenger misstates can be placed In a politician. In the Stato fiscal court utFruukfort, ' write the stinJanl History of the War and their witnesses sat still for awhile, tbo situation when It says "Tho 4th Till'. TIll'.Ui: it absorblmc and crowing in intrresl. Till! National Democratic Clmlrrqan Jones 87 Insurance companies wero convicted DI'.MANI) Is great wants to tako tho 3rd's place In Cuba." refutes the claims of certain republican of conspiring to ruUe rates, tho lines and then the mayor's lesson tlannttr upon them. His rebuke of silence Till: fllAll.iiTr.H of the bak la complete an) nfficiatljr Too truth Is the 4th with the exception organs that the Senate Is now, und aggregating ,-" ""'" correct. of tho colonel and other ollicers, who must bo until 1003, against sliver, by ugents wete acquitted. Thocompanies should have a good effect. never drew so much pay in their lives ehowjui; tIiat thuro s ut prPl!Cnt a lim. will appeal. A LARGE ROYAL OCTAVO VOLUME OF The calendar of 1609 gives these facts: lor uuius su uiuu, wsr.it to corao nomo. Inrltv if 14 for sllv..r In th Snnt.t,.. Tho SlierwooJ House, at Cincinnati, New Year's day Is Sunday, so calls must night and tho 0o ThoofflccMdonotwucttoglvoupagood which on March 4 will bo reduced to' caught tiro Thursday be made on Monday, and wutch-uigltiling lor tnemseives, oven at ttio ex- - art ovun vot0 A conservative estimate, ' guests were wun uimcuiiy rescueu. serv Ices' may continue nto tho Sab- And contains over 7.1 IIIML'TIIX'I. OXi: I' A (a: HAM' penso 01 mo poor icuuws wno get only ,10W0Ver, Bl10ws that there Is no doubt women uuu uiuu ...ii.. ..uv bath, Washington's birthday comes TOM! I'lrrl'lti:. ef scenes and events relating to the war, Including ccnel In Culu w a rcoitn. lhlU , ly01 tho SeDat0 wm bo for all ran about tho corridors utterly helpless on Wednesday, and Memorial dny mid Santiago, I'oito Hie an! the. ver. fright. Tho tlames wero tiuuiiy July 4 will be celebrnttd on Tuesdays. rhllllrdue la amis. In from TilKitn Is hope for Editor Slier, of Col. Ilonnett Young told a Cincinnati ',iniIuiBnej wlih u loss of ubout 810,- lone Illustrations tac Cumberland Courier. Ho says ho Christmas will come 'on Mnrduy, Ash man tiiat jonn "wiiaucn lias otX) .'11 (i- may yet live to see tho day when he r.ntjuirer ...1 .. .....! ...l.l. ao.t Wednesday ou I'cbniary 13, Shrove It con U ns M'SUmt'H --..! 1' ifl ....! mucknt not iii.im'.wii: unguium m u uuui ivnii 9i),wvrcct;ivt:u will voto as honest u voto as wo do. nn nl"Katitu poet writes a newspa Suuilny Is March IS, Good I'riday March i.iTii()(jiuriii:n runs i from tho L. A-- N , oy which u now man 31, and Kastcr April S. The new conWhile tbo lamp holds out to burn, tho agement TO COI.0US, representing lu u Louisville per: "I send you three poems. My gets control of a highly vilest sinner may return, and when ho father before me wrote poetry, nnd had gressmen villi assume their preroga- UNI! andartistic mauler the dally paper, und thu paper Is now to bo .MVII. II1TTI.US. tives ou .Saturday, March 4. May day does wo shall ask the congregation to ngalnst Senator Uocbel In tho two legs cut off." l'oor fellow, he came is to be Monday. extend thu right hund of fellowship, turned This book is sold exclusively by subscription, but rucu for tho democratlu gubaruutorlal by it quite naturally; but it is to be whllo they sing that good old song. to advertise it in each nomlnotlop, I am In possession of all hoped that he does not shiffir the same It Is reported that an Indiana, man Is ders from individuals community we will accept or for advanced copies at thc fob tho fuels, und can furnish them to sub penalty that his father did. The 'loss suing for hU ninth divorce so that Mlts. Gkouuk, who killed G. I). lowing prices; a brother of Mrs. Wm. MoKlnloy. slant late my statement. Th'is will mako ot a ivw feet would be severe enough. lie cuu marry ngnin. A iu:inof such Navy-Blu- e ut Canton, O., for wrecking bur life, a tremendous Impression In Kuntucky In anyartol A veracious western cotemporary magnificent nerve should be uble to find Cloth Binding, $2.50 IheDeliveredhUtts upon re United has been Indicted but no jury will ever and put u hundred men on tho stump says that some oysterti recently discov- some more profitable occupation tlititi Full Morocco Binding, - $3.25 (rlpt ol price. bo found to convict her for putting UQ for Goebel." ered In 1'uget sound have only one shell. working for lawyers. It would save end to the vvroteh, wno won her from' Thu Loulsvlllo Times, whllodlsclalm-he- r They lie close to the bottom of the him money to set up a little divorce-cour- t Vend all orders snd reiniltaucct to ld of his own. husband and then gavo her tho, .' uny iowers asa phrophet or sound, with their one fhell turned up. sbuko. sesslng tho foresight of tho seventh son Those are the kind that come on the Ky .pecial nrrniiKCiuciU with imlillslicrN we to When Admiral Dewey rctt rn ot a seviinth asks tho pubcnablctl to oiler a copy hook la cloth America he will have a chance to cut It looks llku J. It. Colllor, of tho lic to mark Its prediction that no mat- half shell, of course. Fruukllu Fuvorite, Is big enough to ter what punishment Is Inflicted ou one year for $3.50, An Atchison man who was married oil a plate with his own face in it when die in run almost any paper by himself, but Kugun, tho president will extend exec-utiv- u two months ago, and whose wife re- he gets here, sip cotfee from a Dewey morocco for WALTON. 4 for the two. vv ear Dew ey all tbo samp be bus tuken Into partnerclemency, a reprimand will bo ceived 12S wedding presents becauso spoon, smoke Dew cy cigars, ship D. M. Walker, who, ho buys, is given and tho grcutest black-guarthe, was a lovely character, Is now com- suspenders, and, dying at last, he will "chuck full of ginger and gumptlou." who over woro tbo uniform of thu army pelled to attach his suspenders to hi be burled in a patent Iron Fence. CyprcssSliingk'H. Dewey coflln. nav for pantaloons with a nail. GOV. DitADLKY uuoxpectedly return will bo rutlred ou A young man ot IS and a girl of 13 od to Frunkfort and relieved I.t. (7ov the rest of his natural life., with tho! What the west wants, remark tbo ( Worthtngtoo, who bad Just pulled off sweet satisfaction of having violated Atchison Globe, is a woman's) magazine were married recently in Ilrldgevllle, very bis mat and suit on his hands iieonRr.. cuped law of decency und uot only us that will teach, correct cooking of beef Del., and with the content of their punishment, but received tbo . , , ,.., i iuu fwiuiUiuBu..B., wsu iu .u I surreptitious but no less beurty pralso steak, pork chop, and bam graty. The parent at that. Repentance can take penitentiary and pardoning all tho ln-- of -M1 Work. bis superiors in the war department women read entirely too much about Its time In getting in It work on that Metal Roofing. dieted corporutloi i. uuu tuu wniiU House. couple. way to srT terrapin. FOLTICAL POINTS. LAND AND STOCK. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - 025,-uO- I'esrtar J. McCumber will bo tho now U. S. Senator from North Dakota. Tho London Kentucklan declares for Bryan for president and Hardin for governor. Franklin county has 13 candidates for jailer, notwithstanding tho election Is three, yoars otl. Tho Ml. Sterling Sentinel-Democrdeclares for Col. A. W. Hamilton for Uoutcnant governor. The Hill currency bill to fix tho gold dollar as tho standard of valuo has tho endorsement of Secretary Gugc. II. S. Hector, of Casoy, Is talked of for tho republican nomination for representative from that and Russcllcoun- at - It Is estimated that each egg costs I A tver-rend- y oai Is The Time TO SAVE BIG MONEY At The Louisville Store b s nt 11 11 11 11 11 LACE CURTAINS 11 ! ld White Bed Spreads. 1 ?. .t. t 40 Different Patterns of Percale at 5c, 7 and 10c. Ladies' Gents' Underwear, n ey The Louisville Store. V Henry Watterson's Spanish American War. l aftsi !'.Yrr-ep- syinp-ithtll- c -!- it 650 Pages .- . I HammH the of the or ws-co- W. P. Walton, Stanford. I. are and Interior Journal d two-thir- I .' AaCsSlHEjl STANFORD, Ky. : STsfiy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., E. C. - Jan. 2., 1899 Window lights, putty, otq.. at Craig ft Hooker' ' Dr. J. M. IltiTn, a reUtlvo of tho Lincoln Hides, died at Covington, nged 75. Griffin, of tho Kast OlD CtXK.-'Knd, has an old fashioned tall clock which Is over 100 year old And which still keeps correct tlmo. Ills mnilo entirely of wood. A. Walton, Duhinkrs Manaokr. YoTIt doctor knows that you havo tho kind, tho bun quality itnd tho cxnct quantity of inudiclno when you lmvo your prescription tilled at Penny' right Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. HoitN to tho wlfo of A. It. Mathcny,a Kin. Mlts. W. O, Wi:i.cil U III of tho pre- vailing disease. Ki:v. A. 8. Moron r, of Lebanon, arrived yesterday. MllH. S. (J. Dltvi:, of Iluitonvlllo, In with Mm. G. 1). Cooper. of the best. Warren .t Shanks. tho boards. John llituiHT, Jit., of Grays, spent IlflLtiiNO Loth. -- Two olco building Sunday with homofolks here. Good butter Is almost lmnoxslblo to acres in all, for salo. See back obtain hero now, tho now rancid sliitT Mns. W. II. IJliADY and children lots, of my residence. J. H. Owens. went, to Loulivillo Saturday. put up last summer by thu frugal Mlt. AND Mltfl. J. II. IlAtV.llMAN Hid LkmoN. Mrs. John W, Wallace housewives, being tho only kind easily spent several data In Louisville. sent us yesterday a lemon from hertrce obtainable. Wo do not call names, for Ilr.v. S. M. IUNKIN rortlnucs nultc which has 30 others on It. Tho ccl- - wo do not know, but a woman who HI. Hid pulpit wan vacant Sunday. stands well, sold a merchant hero tho men weighs u ouml and Is n beauty. Mits Fhanuks Spoonamouk spent other day somo extra good looking butseveral da) s with Mrs. I'hll I'rleo In Pouc MlMKlt, the lecturer and Ne- ter, Tho merchant laid It away for his Klchmond. gro character delineator, writes that It best customers, but when ho went to Mlt. Jot: Kick went to Loulavlllo yes- will bo lmKMslblo for him to get hero cut It, found that tho so called butter terday and hl urclty wlfo I In chargo on tho 27th, but will olilvely apcar was In reality very common lard, with of tho dcot. Feb. 2d. a thin coating of nice butter. , 1 Mail your order for jowalry otc, to vailed slnco lait Issue, Sunday being It. II, Dunks, 410 W. Market St., very balmy. Itain last night, with clearing and much colder Tuesday, was: Hi:ai our great offer on Mr. Wattor-ton'- s tho prediction yesterday. Ulatory of Tho Spanish War and Amuskmknts Galoue. It never secure a copy. rains unless It pours both in tho amuse- IIou'SK with six rooms, a kitchen and tnentas well as tho material world. a basement, on Main Street, for rent. Vo did not havo n show from Oct. 15 to Jan. 18 and now wo aro to havo six Apply to W. P. Walton. entertainments In 10 days. Tho Nat Tiif: L. II. Adams arm near Huston-vlll- Itolss Itcpcrtolrb Co. will bo at Walwas taken down at $13. Mr. Ad ton's Opera Houio tho thrco last nights ams holds tho placo at of this week. Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, will lecture on "The Flddlo and Good Livino. Our slock of Fancy tho How," on the .list and on Feb. 2, Groceries and tivtip. Fruits is full and tho Inimitable Polk Miller will hold Lou-Isvllf- o. m c, Faiii and warmer woatlicr has in John Tiiavlor ha Invented a motal counter for a shoe, which ho will pat ent. It will nrovo a God send to thoso who aro given to running tholr shoes down nt tho hco' TlIK Nat Itolss Dramatic Co. will open a thrco nights engagement at Walton's Opcrn, House, Thursday, 2flth, in tho (lvo-amllitnry comedy drama, "Tho Furlough." Admission ffii, 115 and 60c. latter for reserved scats to bo ct 3 SUCTION liound to close out till week to give up room. Don't mist tho great opportunity. 1 M ! ) pre- at Mcltobcrts' Drug Store. 0 Jackson county hasn't a Negro within Its borders and probably that's Auction three times daily, 10 A. M., 1 P. M., and 7 P. M. MARK HARDIN. ooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooo O. tho causo of Its overwhelming republican majority. Mountain oeonlo a a general thing, nro not fond of the col ored brother and the sight of them crowding tho polls would very likely O havo tho cITcct of making tho Jackson-ll- o O yoto under tho rooster, or with the O whlto folks. .i. Till: widow of Hnglneer James Scan-luwho was killed In a collision on l'rcsbytcrlnn church. this division In lfcOT, was awarded 410,- Mlts. K. H. I! ILL, of Danville, who 000 damugos by tho Law and Equity has been visiting friends noar her old court at IjOuIbvIIIu. She sued for homo, returned Friday. Miss AIJSA HitOWN, who has been Mlts. W. G. Wku.U's black horse, attending collage hero, returned to her "Welch, " dropped deadjoatenluy from homo at Ml. Vernon Saturday. un Injury received u week ago and Dan Mlts. M. P. AltllL'CICLi:, of was the gueU of tho Mlssit Caldwell, his kcopor, burled him with honors and tear, In tho back lot of the I'uxton, returning from Louisville. premises. Miss Makv ItoHBitThON, of was bora Saturday en route A DISI'ATCH Irom Junction City tay in visit Mrs. W. II. Cook In Garrard. that Hurrell Hilts, uged IT, on of Fruuk 11 Srvbkanck Is xtrtnnlv Mlts. A. Kills, former marshal und now serving ill of blood oWonlng and peretonllls, u sentence for murder, throw un Iron was somewhat letter otorday. but and IKiker ut his mother, striking hur. Tho Mlts. Wm. Fikliw. of Fiiyutt. boy was sent to the workhoe ut Dim- W. O. Uckey, of Su Louis, arrived Sunday In tlmo to mo their mother vlllo for H days. ullve. HltOIJi: Knhk. W. II. Lewis, u Josui'it Corn:v has sold III stock ot brakeman Ills No. 32, fell hero Friday, on foods at Livingston to O, W. Hrooks throw u switch and .V Co., formerly of Hal Patch, and while running to Dr. i'ojton, the combroka his kneo. will inovu his family here. pany's surgeon, set tho bones nnd the Mlt. AND Mil. J. II. SVMI'SON. of was taken to Lebanon Juncmoved to M In Llecle Hoax sulTcrer CuMjy, have tion, where his wifo lives, on No. 21. eottago on Upper Main street. lo Wo welcomo them to tho town. WoitlC OK Tiiikviik Whllo Mr. Mil J. T. Hackixv pwved Hint the und Mrs. J. W. Haugbman were away He by from homo Saturday rcpart thai ho was deud was a afternoon some one appearing In town yesterday, looking otTected an entrance to their houo by lllco anything 0U0 but a corpse. u window and stole u pistol und other Mlt. Joaii HuiNKY, of Coey, brought nrttclcs. J. W. Allen's smoke bouse his daughter, MNs Anna Lee, hero to at llustonvlllo was broken Into latl Uko tho train for Howling Green, where week and a small amount of meat shu will enter tho Southern Normal u, Illoh-mond, KlUa-bathtox- n, M:t8. JoilNi'.lMMKitMAN, of Camel-tinInd., Is visiting her daughter, Mrs Charles V.. Cox. Miss H111.KN Tiit'itMONi went to Somerset Frlduy to vb.it her sister, Mrs, John S. May. I). WKAiiKNoro Mil ANI Mlts. moving to their now homo near the to feed. S. K. Dudderar, Gilbert's Creek. AN OLD Onk. Seclngour Item about F. P. Tuttlo's old rltlo charger. S. II. Duddorar, of the Dudderur's Mill section, brought to town and showed us Saturday une made In 182.'!. It was made by Walter McPherson from tho horn of a deer ho killed that ycaron tho old Mc- Phcrson placo where Mr. Dudderar now resides. Hcsldes his initials and tho date thero Is carved on It animals. uowers, eic., anu was no Jouot an eclipsing ono In looks in the day ft wag of fodder used. LACKKV. To Fkkd. 500 shocks O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Wall Paper AT COST. In Order to Make Uoom for Spring Styles. W. B. McROBBRTS. oooo ooo q ooo ooqoo o oo oo oooooooqo ooq o oo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o colored woman, died Friday. a very largo woman and Undertaker McClary had to make a collhi for her! nil In slock being Km) small. "Aunt" Saii.u: Lytm:. a good, old She was Oi. W. S. Mi'G .nre, who has just returned from Mrieo, tho copnty seat of Jackson, U 'it us that only ono maugotapetilten ti try verdict at tho present term of tho court, Grant Hays for tho killing of Frank Lukes, two ycurs, nnd ho was given u now trial. Ho found that Davwho ison is very unopul'ir In Jnck-owon lit lmvo received less than oOO majority there, had that county remained In tho district. "What's tho matter';" d was aked. "They say they are In him. Ho didn't donnyihing fur them nnd that there Is nothing in him anyhow?" Him Mr. n, disap-K)lnto- Jackson onto iJ Hremerwasan honest, hard working man und a member of tho Lutheran and having tho satisfaction of being church, to whoeo teachings ho was recognized and embraced by her. UniJ much attached. Tho burlul occurred ting with tho Christian church In early In Hulfafo cemetery yesterday afterlife, she lived a life of beauty and pienoon alter u short ecrvlco at tho crave ty, und when the summons came, she was ablo to say, "Thine, not ray will, by the Lutheran minister. We call special attention to our 50c offering. These goods usutl.y Ckj J oh, Lord, bo done." She was conscious ,' &i fell for (Joe, but in order to give you A MOltltlliLi: piece of nows comes of her approaching death and felt no fears of meeting her Master face to from London. Attorney E. K. Wlls-on- , u joung man of high standing, is in jail face, satisfied that stio would receive there to face tho terrible churgo of se- His plaudit. A devoted wife, a loving I ! ducing Miss Mary Cloytl, a pretty coun- and tender mother, un excellent neightry girl, who was employed In the bor, u faithful friend, shu goes henco Catching Hotel and of producing an mourned by others than her weeping Wo offer them at oOc per yard, with or williout Napkins to match. abortion on her when their sin was husband, eulldrcn, brothers und sisters. We have a splendid lino of Stephens' Crastics at 5, 7 and 10c. Sco School. ubotit to bo found out. From tho oer- - May tho great comforter give consola our all Linen Crash nt Cc. Missus Fannii: Thompson and Jon-nl- o died and Wilson, who tion una reunite them all where thero GOV. TAYloil Tho Muccubces, ution, Miss Cloid Pettus and .Malor David Thomp- through Deputy Commander M. F. hud lied to Klchmond, was brought back is no more parting und no more death. son, all of tho Preachoisvlllo section, Tho funeral will bo held today at tho havo engaged tho noted lecturer, Saturduy night and incarcerated. look tho train hero for Georgetown Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, to deliver t on yesterday's train say tbut Christian church, and after u sermon :S Saturday In enter college. his gnat production, "Tho Fiddle und ttiero was much talk of lynching Sun- by Ilev. F. W Allen, all ttml is mortal Mil W.M. Stuakt, of Crab Orch- tho How," ut Walton's Oporu Houtci day night, but better couuscl prevailed. of wife, sister and mother will bo laid ard, who had un operation for cataraul Tiionlay ni.'ht, 31. This will bo ono Mr. Wilson Inn stood high us a man to reel In HutTulo Cemetery. b at the of tho cjo of tho gruutest treats ever offered our und u lawyer In his town und It N to bo Prlco Inllrmary, Is doing nicely and ieoplu and thoy will doubtless show hoped that there Is somo mistake ubout BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. will toon lie ablo to go homo. ON SALE their appreciation by. u large uudlence his guilt of tho double crime. Firo at Columbia, Tenn destroyed Miss Kl'DOKA AXTKI.1.1:, of Kvans- property worth $7i,000. Hoi'.i. ok Honoii Tho following puGltlMKS. A dispatch to W. 1. tin, III .arrived Friday tosuceicdMIss Kith Klleron ill tho College. MU pils of Stauford Female College, hut- - Grimes Saturday from Kansas City Versailles charges $G00 for liquor left for Williamsburg ttio Ing attained n general average of 9.1, In brought thu sad news of tho death of license und soils to six saloons. Ktlereon Tho wife of Itobcrt Carew, tho great huir recent examinations, aro oitltled his mother, Mrs. Martha Lackey une day to take u special course. i:i)lTOli'L0L'ls Landkam, of Laneus-tato have their nurucs Inscribed on the Grimes, who was spending tho uiuter Cincinnati merchant, dropped dead. Mrs. Mary Murphy died in 0 mln passed through to Lexington Sat- roll of honor: MUi.cs Anna Darst, Li-i- with her daughter, Mrs. J. Carver Grlltln, Stella McClary, Louisa Kast-lan- Jones. Grip, which duvelopcd' into ut es after being put In jail at Atlanta urday with Miss Ituliiu Hlgolow, who We have now stacked on our countets several hundred pieces of Spring und SumA seat In tho New York Exchange Sotlo Alcorn, Susan VunArsdule, pneumonia, carried her away Friday was returning to her homo ai Troaton, Dress Fabrics, among thrm are somo of the neatest and daintiest things In thin Lucy night, ufter u short Illness. Mrs. Grimes brought Jo.'j.OOO, tho highest on recoid mer Stolla Kupley, Virginia Wurren, Tonn., nflor visit to Mrs. Unnoram. goods you ever saw. We know there ha long been a iL'urind horo for some extra Ma-r- v A Negro numed Ncnnoly out his wad u duughler of tho luto Col. Gabo Mlt. So.mmi:us Li:k, advance ti an oj Hall, Pearl Gentry, Polly Taylor, clioico things, so hero is the s'ory In detail. McUoberts. Mary Mobley, Kutlo L tckey und was born In this county oo throat whllo suffering with grlpatNew tho Nat Kelts Co., arrlud yesterday high12, 1S20 Hoe, this Stuto. hU Hanging Fork farm Oct. nod toHs us tho troupo will open heru Ncwland and Kit Huffman. Tho Threo unknown persons were burned Thursday night In tho live act military est grude, t32M, was attained by Lucy making her 71) years old. Sho was tho 500 yards of beautiful Organdie and 1,500 yarJs of Shht Waist fabrics, fanouly living daughter by bis llrst marri in thoconilagratfon of thobtciimerOuiv Persian Lawns. TIicdo uro In the sheer cy sttlped homespun Madras and Zephyr comedy tlratnu entitled, "Ttio Fu- Hall. Memphis. rlough' age, but shu hud u hulf brother and sls chlta at gauzy fabrics and at prices to suit the Cloths, choice effects in Dimities and PerTiik Nat Kkiss Co. The press nnd tur, Hon. G. A. Lackby, of this county En J0NT.8, familiarly known a "La lien. Kooert K. Leu s birthday was m0l)t careful buyer 12Jc to 7oc. cales 5c to 30c. N'ul dy," was a passenger on Sundu's people uro loud In praise of tho und Mrs. A. It. Denny, of Garrard. elaborately celebrated In Atlanta and B00 yards of now" I'iipics, aside from Ho wus a vol- Keifs Co., which will appear ut Wul-ton- 's About i0 cai sago, sho married Col. other southern cities. pussengor. Northbound 1,000 yards of fine Ameticun Ginghams Opera Ilo.lto, Thurtday, Friday Thomas 1. Grimes, of Georgia, who of Columbus wero receiv- the plain whllo ones with the llat weaves, in beautiful stripes und checks, with Tho unteer in un Arkansas regiment, but has been at Plnevlllo .since ho was and Saturday nights of this week. Thu died somo 15 j ears ago, and in uddltlon ed at Sovillo, Spain, und placed in tho large and small cords, there are solid such delicate colorings that you can Mlddleboro News, In speaking of Its to tho two numed, threo other children Cuthcdral with great pomp. colors, fancy stripes and polkadots 10 to hardly tell them from tho 25c qualltl-lO- o mustered out. J..mi:sT. Mknkkki: will represent second uppcaratico there, says: Tho survive, Sterling I'. Grimes, of Cuero, Mrs. l'oter McCoy, wifo of a wealthy 50c. company carries u good strong cast for Texas, Joo S, Grimes, of Georgetown.Collcgo ut tho merchant, was burned to death In Lew- oratorical contest ut Winchester, every play, und li Is among tho bcrt towii, und Miss I'uulino Grlmos, who Is county by her clothing catching Urn. (ion. Eagan has been relieved from Fob. Ird. Ills subject will bo, "Tho rupertolro companies that has vttlted uccompatiled her to Kansas City. Im- ,. . . ..... .- -r, und Ashby Wnrrun, this city. Tho specialties by Silvers mediately on receipt oi uiu mi.., .... . K uera, o, suos lC4mbr, P, xBnl00k and Swiss Emhroldeiles In endless vuaiety, 5o to 11,50. A largo who Is training him for tho occasion, Is and Trlxto Lewis uro new und up-tJoo Grimes loft for that city und w 111 ence ,cndlng 1,1s trial by courfmart a). ,0 50c. a ,, MacUne .maJo Torl.honi ' date, und they uwuy.(.mudo u hit at A wrltliiL- - . , -- . w Itli n ..,mlt..l .... .. getting him in lino trim. w.j arritu .. I. .1... numi n. ifuliiv. Mr ---. of $42,000,000 i)uiur trnnl. ........ wr... nus been formed and Is I. Mi'KlSNKV is in oig iuuk. each performance. Tho personnel ot Grimes wus ono of tho orlglnul luetuSl'lT. J. Ho won for tho L. .V N. a damage null tho company would bo hard to better, bcrsof tho l'lcsbvtoiian church hero absorbing ull tho mills thut produce 10 and a more gentlemunly and lady lot Is for 100.000 und scoured four out of und wus tho only survivor of the organ- - tho urtlclo. offered on tho 20 qilslou saliloiu found. After Miss Emma Itumplor wus got-- u premiums ijutlon which originally worshipped In for tho bust division. Tho Mobile ft church on Coioelery hill. Sho was tin out of her burning homo In Now Mom: Aiiout Johnson. Marshal O. MoiitL'oinory division showstho highest J, Ncwland Ih In receipt of u letter Indeed and lu truth u splendid clirlsllun ryorK stio rustieu uucic to got her Jewelk 81.02, tho next hlghost be und was suffocated, jwrcontuge, womun. who rcured her children In tho w 'mmmtj JI'--a I M. Johtuon,utWalthum, fnmr.Mrs.JW. nMW Tom Lansing, tho pugilist, died In ing tho llrsl Ulvlslou unu main sium, Mass., containing u picture of her son, nurture und udmoulllon of thu Lordund Suturday. Ho wus knocked bl.as. always, rlo up und cull whlch.ls Charles Johnson, who U doubtless tho they now, us AT- Mlt. AND Mlts. O. S. SlllXliY phrenologist who ran olT with Miss her blessed. Her dajs wero long upon out by Juek Uoot ut Chicago and never brought tbolr little son, Stetle, to tho Susio Hum in, of Rowland, n few weeks tho earth und her rowurd having couiu recovered from tho blow, On Jun. 1 thero wero 200 furnaces in Joaoph l'rlco Inllrmary to havo his auo. Sho oilers 850 for Information us ul last, In tho fullness of tlmo utid In gplnul column strulghtoned. A fall to hU wheroubouU and after L'ivlng a thetlrmeslof fultb, those who loved blast, producing 2Ijo1U tons of pig Iron throw It out of plumb und makes him description ot her son, which unswers her should not grtovo now thut sho per week, which indicates u production but llltlo lees than ia,000,000 tous per stoop shouldered. Ho was placed in a to that ot tho phrenologist, says ho had enjoys etoruul rest. The latest design lu Toilet Article-- , Atomizers, Mirrors. plustorof Purls mould, in which bo u spell of typhoid fever somo tlmo ago Tho remulns will urrlvo on tho 1:21 annum. A III I. IUKa.l .. hubuwu, j. ouuiuy ...t.-.n, 'f llnii.iikli.h ui L? L..11... coumy. will bo kepi for six monthi", af tor which and sho thinks It left his mind in u bad 1', M. tfttlll today, Situ, UUO Will oo i..l. killed himself ul tho Capitol 1,., will hnvu to wear a Icutl er corset Mm. Johnson sujs ho has .in m onco to tho Fresbyteriuu church, condition. for a long tlmo. when He v. A. S. Morfetl will deliver Louisville, using a pistol. H. L.Flcec business interests at Walthaui and that sermon, after which thoy ot Grceu county, hiinged hiimjelf at tho thero Is every reason why bo should I tho luuenil Uest line of DOLLS ever oQered for th money. IlAituwAitK and TooU of every will bo conveyed to HutTulo Cemetery, Lakeland asylum. return borne. ut Wurren it Sbaol i UltKMllll After several months' of a complication of disoa-e- s. Mr. Klmo II. Hrcmerdlcd Sunday evening at tho homo of his son, Hrlch Bremer, proprietor of tho Carpenter Home. Ho wa born iu Germany 05 years ago and camu to this country tomo 15 years slnco. Ills wlfo died in 1S15, but two children, tho son named and n. daughter in the old country survive. Mr. Death Indeed rides on tho In an experience of 2."i years In A Splendid Line of Stanford, wo havo never known the dread monster to cut so indiscriminately und so furiously. Ono of tho saddest of tho many deaths was that of Mrs. Mary Welch Lackey, wlfo of Hon. G. A. Lackey, who breathed her last shortly after 7 v. M. Sunday from heart And Farming Implements which will be sold at the Lowest Living spection of my stock is earnestly solicited. trouble, complicated with other diseases. Deceased was, a daughter of ttio luto Dr. Thomas Welch, of Crab Wrehuril, und was of nlno children Give me a call and get my pr ca. blesocd with physical und men tal charms, tho survivors being Mrs. Hannah Jennings, of St. Louis; Mrs. Ophelia Thompson and Miss Claru Welch, of Chicago; Dr. Sam Welch, of Texas, und Col. W. G. Welch, ot this place. She was born Feb. 15, 1814, and Wat married to Mr. Lackey, Sop. 17, lfc07. Five children blest.ed their un. ion, Mrs. J. C. Uallcy, Mls Ophelia Lackey, T. T G. T. and W. G. Lacki ey, all of whom were present at the ' Are on tale and wo will take pleasure In showing you. end, Mr. W. G. Lackey, who lives In 1 some splendid values Louis, arriving u few hours before St. wind. I have Opened in the Room Next to Withers' Furniture Store Carriages, Buggies, surreys, Pnaetons, Blackboards, Carts, Wagons, Prices. An in- Agt. McCormack Binders & Brown Wagons W. A. GARSON, STANFORD. 1 Our Table Linens We offer i $ Jjjvj At 45 Cts., 50 Cts., 75 Cts. And 98 Cts. Extra Value & 1 SEVERANOE SONS. Jo-ep- r, This Morning! m (S12 i s I Fllr-ubeth- EMBROIDERIES AND LACES, -- o "" JOHN P. JONES. t n ' TIES CRAIG & HOCKBR'S by Standard Authorsatl5c . 0;!Books fpr "V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL .f- c- A LINCOLN' COUNTY HOY LKAKN-INGLA- JS'a'blAaid.T4yi tuid. rrtAawti t wandered nwnv from my dear old Uluo "I'on-nlrllc," Temple Hill, Jan. TOTIIR KPItnBOr TltttllTMlnR JOUfCAI.) 20- .- Itccently to coiintv of Lincoln, Mttijof t In Ihu notion nt tlin itr Announce hi candidacy for the ofllcw nf Itcpreaentnlivo from mocracy Hie HON. M. F. NORTH Grass homo In tho far famous tSrUCll YKAU IN ADViVNOK rcgljn of Kentucky, "God' country," wWhranm optidi83.gOlll s charged as they call It down hero In tho TIME CEP KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. 5 ArrrlTftat.tantordat 2 10 A. at. No. 4. Ibarra Stanford at No. 21 Arrive, it Howlaod t 12") 2 W P. M. Stanford at No 22 Imth 1M. nr. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Wo. 24 Train folng North . and wish to Inform my friends and schoolmates of my whereabouts through tho columns of tho dear old Miss Edna I'ow-o- ll IKTKIUOK JOUKNAL. and myself left Ilustonvlllo ddrlng tho holidays fo- - Tcmplo Hill. Whllo on tho road wo went to Bowling Grcon and spent a fow days In tho Park City visiting relatives nnd attended exercise at tho Normal School, conducted by Cherry Uros. Wo camo from there to Glasgow, tho terminus of a branch road of tho L. & N., whero wo had to $hckair h liko a plant. What makca tho plant fade nnd wither? kind of woik In l"plinllfrln and Matra. tyl done In Imt and wwkuian.hip. I hnt living In iheroimlry ra haw their ork llr. reference don at their hmn Ntan'ord, UslMII.AI,atCarntfrlloii II . I, matin U"ally lack of necessary nourishment. Tho reason why Dr. Ayor'a Hair Vigor restores gray or failed hair to its normal color, stops hair from falling, and makes it grow, is becauso BIG BARGAIN. flrat-ela- a iwil Onnf rolling Interest In mtno for .air. 40 hou-- a, l mule ami nil ipilpmeiit now In full operation with a 1nn trnde (lrnt opening fur any man with t little capllnl Term aro half rah and tialanco In renvinnlile time Tor full ailtlms till tinicc. rrrrttlilng I St guaranteed n reprt'enlel. Tht DIroct Lino Trcm Clnclnsati VI it supplies tho nourishment tho hair needs. Tpm take prlvato conveyance to Tcmplo tiara Hill, about eight miles. Whin IHpm A terrible snow storm mot us on tho Forallirolntt. way and tho blinding snow and deep EO'KM TICKETS SOLI). mud made our progress slow. Lata HAOMAOB CHECKED TIlltOUOH in the evening wo reached Tcmplo enquire of For any Information Ulll Normal College, In which Hiss JUG S. RICE, Agent, clasps In Stanford, Ky Powoll took chargo of tho elocution and physical culture and I am FRANKFoirANDjcTNCINNATI. taking a preparatory course for tho study of law, medicine, theology or M amt S r. it.. ri..i....i'r.niit.riitt'i1i. something else. The town has a nlco eunectlneaHleuritetownwIihO. A a and reach-lrTrlt at 8 to A. M. and J 10 r. M. Leave Fari but tho school Is tho llfo of it, ati:20 a. M. ami awr.n ,,urraii .. at,rV',r: location, 11:45 town with 1 A C. and reaching I rankfort thero being nothing In tho town of more " "'jOSUM! B. NEWTON. A. (J. P. A. historical Importanco than a hewn log bouso built by Georgo Washington's No. 15 " No.tS " onlh ....... JJ2 . 1 Vigor, and, on doing so, my hair immediately lgan to grow, and I now havo as heavy and find a head of hair as ono could wish for, being changed, however, from Hondo to dark Mrs. 'J. II. HottSNTDEa, 1U radio Atb, Santa brown." Crsx,CaL "Whoa a girl at school. In Hcadlrg, Ohio, I had a severe attack of brain fever. On my recovery, I found myself perfectly Laid and, for a long time, I feared I should bo permanently so. Friends arced m to uio I)r. Aycr's Hair Dayton, Lima to ledo, Detroit, CVirton day traliu. To- Michigan And Cnnadn. Atr.ln.eTrrr wrekdir W t train, on N lay I'ullin.n au.( aanrr rrton n'shl train. Xmlhulrd I'arlor To Borrow-T- o w air iigor. uiituiinwv.ii mtmsxssssa f a jtuers 1 2 cr 7t Lend Cincinnati To Cliicao. ! Want to Itorrow II0.0OO nt 5 ht rent llolh Want ti lend JlO.OOOnl 10 Hr cvnt pniKwltlon. tn tw token together Anawer law of iiloppel will apply the it onceInorha.li'. Write mmiii Voura roSTAINK H)X IIOIIIItTT. Crnli Orchard. ! 92 Manil.nl and (uiuriin.nl Mretdhg IHnlnaCar. Car., IVrlor Can and n trail t train, etrry Wrrldar. Sund... rtllnM tralnt. I'ulliuan lf Cincinnati To Indianapolis. It tralnt iry weekday I irali.on.-undir it QUEEN & CRESCENT. brothcr-l- n law. Wo.t Train paaa Junction Cltr aa lollowi: 12 02 p m No. 2 Norths..' 11pm No. I South " " IMam .UROam No. 8 " lStpra 112.1am " Ho. 5 " " No. and ther than Junction Cltr. 1 .IUpn 2 Jo not atop. "10 " 6 00am fur- 9 and 10 run no RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Tho school is noted for Its thoroughness through-ou- t this section and Is mado up principally of young men and women preparing for tho profession of teaching, thero being more in this department than any other. I think tho law has struck a great many of our young men since wo havo developed so many young Demosthenes' in our Sen ate, which meets every week. In fact I have thought of that kind myself since I havo discovered that I can change tho mind of a fair maiden and even sway whole congregations with the power of the voice. Orators here are thicker than politicians in hades, ELHEKT IlARl'EIt. And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- BUY THE NOTICE TO FARMERS. I Fut lally lnllminand Sally Zivdzt to hne I on hand and for aale FORTY I1ROKE MUI.ILS. Will LIVSRY, C'.i) KniiHiiH City mid J.I) Mavii J ft H, the Went I'arlor Car. frm ono tn a AIm) iVaguer Merra. on Day Traliu. car-loa- d CHILLED- FEED AND SALS STABLE. II O I'OX Hot M3, tUiitllle. Kj- Agt , Kn.tlli..T.nn I.Klir Irae ! Ti title Mtntfer li l.i'w.Rin, la Geaer.l Southern Afnl 4. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky Offleeorar Mcltobtru Iru Star lI'llldjDi. v.tid our land, and hrreby havo on them warn all )rrMi fniiu of for any urMe wh itver. under ca.ra, the law provided In audi T II Nr.WI.AMt. II HAt'tlllMAN. la th. O.il.i J W. HAt'tlllMAN, A. M.I'F.NUF, We tn-.l- POSTED. Jl F K. I'ATTKItsON, The Best THE QUEEN Route, with Its rail and Cincinnati and In The For Stlo by World. W S. BEAZLEY, 1). D. S., J J I r. K. II OIIANKli, r. LYNN M Mil.". V Olllltiy. J K. MltUCK. f. HAUHIIMAN L,iicnstcr,Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VlulUrd Air. Oltlrc In H. McKINNKY A. FKLAND, KM WAUK. J . OW8LF.Y, ML HIGGINS & McKINNBY. I'hj.lcliiu In ntteud-auc- FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. tlir New Ttionion llulldliig. T8 Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the norm greatest ntenacrrs to health of the present day. iiua aowota oq, urn took. ALL, SAMUEL. Danville, Jan. 20. You will kindly havo your Crab Orchard correspondent of tho j leave with you for me a copy Blblo he quotes from in the last issue .of iour paper. Ho refers to Peter III ' and the Danville Bibles fall to contain a book of this description. Wo don't like to miss any portion of a good thing so please attend to this at once READ "EM ... CRESCENT 4V.JaaW.. Steamer Connections.from fplendld farm ofJW acre In Souliieal Kanut, Vell loraled, Sliulle.rn.ru th Jllr.mil (in fanolrniounlrr thickly teltlnl Will aril on ttriu.or trade for farm In Central ken The Lincoln County National Hank, ot lucky, tan r Jl,'i 14 a.i,uo diitrren.'e In a AddnmHoa ttfMaafw), Ky .Itanford, Ky-- , lia ucceelrl the Furmer. trade. (7 Hank .V Tru.t Co of Manford, Ky , and d It llabllltle, aueti and all haa a.nu'iu-- NOTICE. rd ey smHaala entire the shortest line West India points. xrinprnAX tj JL the North forms to Florida and Fast Double Dally Jacksonville. bu.lne. 9. J II SWANK?. I're.ldrnt It. OW8I,F.V. Caahler H. C. RUPLEY, FIRST NATIONALBANK OKSTANfOUD, KV. Pullman Service through The famous CINCINNATI, LIMITED solid vestibuled the Merchant Is Receiving Winter ltlN Tailor, The point of our Danville friend Is not as well taken as he imagines. Thero MKS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. is to be sure no.Id book of Peter, but t Kentucky. thero is a 3d chapttr in both of tho books Newly furnished; clean beds; splcnded books. In the designation of the s. Porters the numerals go before, not after the table. Everything 69 meet all trains. name, thus I Peter, II Peter. Our com posltor failed to place I before Peter, which should havo read I Peter III. Mason Hotel first-clas- Danvillb SUlISCItlllEK. ItncaHtcr, Queen & Crescent, F.C. & P. Railway makes nation on arrival at Miami y ViC-MW trast Coast) TLORDA AND HAVANA d service to Florida via the Southern Railway, and direct steamship con or at Tampa iWest Coast) for Key West, Havana, Nassau, Santiago, San Juan, and all West New w. a. w. e. India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to Orleans. Free books and information by addressing, Sarphi, J17.3C0 CavlUl Stock J1M.000. Attention olthf public li eilW to lb fact that thlalita only National Hank In btanford. Un d.r lha pnimlou ol lb National Hank Art drroaltor are aerurrd not only by tba caplul aUxk, but by lb. .lockholdrra' liability lor an amount equal tn tba itock ao that druiioriof Ihla Initltu. iiuuara.KUnlb afund ol rlf. ore .Utinut. ot th condition ot lb. Hank armad each year to to United Slate (.ore rnment and lu aawta ar eiamlnrd at .tated time, bv goT.inui.nt agtnu, tbui Mcurtaa additional and rlnl aall, t4del)u.llora. Stanford, Ky., Fall And GochIm. Goods Warranted. Tit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. - SOLUTION OF J. UllIOHT'S LESI. UOOT 1'ltOH- - P" JkKJsA. 131 UNDSETAKEE! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, STANFORD, KY. When J. P. Thorel received tho $20 counterfeit bill, he obtained $20 from W. S. Moore In exchange. This transaction makes Thorel gain $20 on Mooro. Thorol gives $13 of bis gala and a $7 pair of boots to the originator of tho counterfeit bill who escapes without I detection. Moore discovers tho error and returns to Thorel, who bad to make good the money. With tho $7 which Thorel had loft, $13 extru must bo placed by Thorel to make Mooro's money good. Tho purchaser of tho boots gained the boots and $13 for his &C. counterteit bill. Mooro received his $20, which by mistake had been given for counterfeit money. Thorel loses tho $7 pair of boots and $13 In money. Isaac Fisheie, Dan villa Polytechnic Seminary, Jan. 20. WHEN VOU HAVE A HAD COLD. feMiBBaallBauiBM!gg(3 The Favorite Lino laOTTCSVIIiUB Vou want the best mediclno that can bo obtained, and that is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. You want a remedy that will not only give quick rullcf but effect a per- manent cure. TO Youjwaut U'romcdy that will relievo the lungs and keep expectoration easy. You want a rcmedtbat will counterOilll-- S llAV.oV.s"lX)IKI). Trains Morning and Evening from Un- act any tendency toward pneumonia. Soluuih U1U17 anJ towany ilraths bare Iron rr one .hould know You wunt u remedy thut Is pleasant rauwdby fe drip, that ion Station, 10th and Broadway. what a wonderful rem'dy for tula lualadr li found and sufo to take. That dUlreulng New IMcoTry In lr King' PasHenera desiring Information and your throat, Inflame Chumberlaln's Cough Remedy Is the tubtrn OHMS, that your ay.leiu and iwrra rob. the to ikconsin. Minnesota, Cebrasku m u( iImi. weateoa lute It la way for tloied and points in tho far West, including Cal- only medicine In use that meets all of ... .ihiMi.cunuuill" vou nulcklyihllla auilby ferer If hata ritrM. ifornia, should address tbeso requirements. This remedy Is naln In tho baik ol the head, aorenwu In liln- and famous for Its cures of bad colds Frank J. Heed, Gen. Past. Agl , E. II. llacon, Dis. Pas. Agt. throughout tho United States and in Mgr muny foreign countries. It has many ur Cuuauulli cured A trial boitlt frtw at Ituuy'a W.li. McDoel, baik II not Charles II. Itiickwell Tratlic Mgr. rivuls, but, for tho speedy und peruiun-ont Drug btor. cure of bad colds, stands without a There wero two und u half billion peer und its splendid qualities aro two-ce- nt stamps printed last jear, or everywhere admired und praised. For enough to extend 30,000 miles If they sale by Craig &. Hocker, Druggists. wero pasted side by side. IIUUTE. CHICAGO. Rev. W. E. Ellis opened tho Tennes see Legislature with prayer ono day last week. With so good a man to pruy for them, tho Legislators ough,t to perform their duties par excellence. Mr. O. L. Carpenter tells us that Rev. Mark Hanna, an Australian, who is attending the Blblo Collcgo at Lexington, began his pastorato at the More-lan- d Christian church, Sunday, and his sermon pleased a largo audience. He will preach on the 1st Sunday in each month. Gold Blblo Ulll, tho mound whero Joseph Smith, tho founder of tho Mormon faith, claims to havo dug up under celestial direction, tho gold plates on which was Inscribed tho Mormon Bible, I situated on tho farm of Admiral The Sampson, near Palrayru, N. Y Mormons tried to buy tho mount in chap 1803 to erect upon It a memorlul el, but tho admiral refused to sell. Thl.lntliutlonoriliillyr:uMIbl aa the ! po.lt Hank ol Stanford In I6&. then rmrganlied ai lb National Hank ofStanlord In IN11 andairale norcanlird aa th Flnt National Hank of .Sun turd icKira, t. .a., m ou avattT. CHicaao, iil., a. In IMi, hn had practically an uninterrupted RiNtaasoN, ocn'L eassxn. agcnt. Cincinnati, o It la better luppllrd now wli; lacllltira fur tranurtlng budneu promptly and lib' lUiukir. LmJ m4 . Uim ik aiHiui la u. i it. c Rtutom. to int. .i Uuuul t. muuJ rally than Mer before In Ha long and bonorabU career. Arrount ot Indlilduali, nduclarli.,llru( Prof, Mnrsh, of Cincinnati, who has acd lndlrtdualaaollclled. RELIGIOUS MAHEHS. DiaacToat. attained much celebrity a. a weather V. Held. Lincoln Co.: J. W llayden, Slanlcrd Tbero are $00,000,0(i0 of church crop- - forecaster, says: With the excoptlon S. T. lUrtli. rl. II. lUubuan, " ' T I', Hill. erty In Greater New York, Trinity of a fuw cold days, the month of Febru J S.'. Hocker, " " W. A. Tribbla. W U'.ll.in Colll.r.CrabOrch'd M. J. Mlll.r, Ml. Vernon. heading the list, worth $5,000,000. ary, lSO'-i- , will be a "mild, stormy" J. IIu M, timore, Bunioni, month, with very high winds and heavy snow and rain storms, causing disas trous Hoods throughout the entire country. Very high cyclonic winds will accompany thesu storms, doing considerable, damage. ISKD -i FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN, PHISNIX : J S. llockar, Treddent: J. J UcltoberU Cubl r A a ;McMnn.r Aiki.nii-ni-I'fllLIO SAI.K OF orricsat. Caledonian Insurance 1HOO. Co., oi Scotland. KOUNDItU - It cauiel horrible The undesigned ooinmlttt e npKiltitrd by Vlrrn that no treatment belre 1 for JO r n. Ttrn an order of thu I'Im'uI Court of Lincoln Ilucklen't Arnica .slre tuiel hliu (.'utc. Culi, County, will on i:ru llrulK., lliirm, lloll., teluui, Coins 15, tloni. lint Tile mrc on earth. Mtt. a boa. Cuif guaranteed. Sold bjr l'euny, Drugnl.t. door In Offer for .ulii at tho Court-houManford. Ky.. C Lincoln County Honda, taldhond tolw L.ued In threu mtIiw, to. A. rerle MH aud Krlr "O wlti inZ. lerle 'A" cmbruclni; 113,000 and con.litlni- of 10 bond of 1500 each and numbered 1 to TBYSICIAK Al.-D3U03IST, 10 uud 10 bond ot tl.OvO each, und uuinlivr embrace IIS.000 of edlltuStf. KTlea-'U- ' tuld bond. con.latlii;of 10 Uinda of WW to 'M, and 10 bond of II.-00- 0 and uuiulered31 21 to 40. each I'reM:rlitlon Carefully ComiKiunded Day or embrace and numbered Uindt, bcrlra "O" of tuld coiiatittn); .if;il.. of 10 Umd. of jMO euoli and nuniberd t to SO, and 1" bond or il.ouu eucli, numbered 31 to ST. Tho ImiiiiI eiubruct'd In .uric "A" ahu.l be redeemable at tho fileuauro of th.i court In and after flo jeur. from tho date of their U.ual and .hull bo due und luijublu 10 j car from .aid duto Krlei II' uliitll m rud"vinalil at the iileit.uio of the court In und ult r lOjeur fiom the dntu of their LiU'il uudduo and putublo IS juar from kuld duto, eerlr '0'f .bull e tcdvemublo at tho idYuaureof the court In und after 11 nr from the dato of their Uuul uud duo and piyublti In 20 tear from wild duto. Tho bonu. to bo aold will U-u- r Intore.t at ruto of 1 H'rceut. er uiiiiuiu, pajubltr on bept. 1 und Mar. 1 of tacti Jiur llio bouda will bvurdatu Mur. 1, liOU. Any of aald Umd. bofuru their uulur-It- y Wat the tall Mich , In tb. HOT HIOM nir. tll'N that bit O. II. Sieadiuau, of Lincoln Co. Bonds. New-ar- tiill Uar. R. B. MAHONY, Agt oTANFOIlD, KY , Wednesday, Feb. '99, J. T. V.H. Car u SUTTOWT, Kentucky DR. L. LOADER4 Quitonvillo, (Unrlortulcor, McKinnisv, Kbntucky, OOert hlaterTlee to tba people of Weat Urcola andCaaeyceuutle. lull tUxk of CoOiniand Caak. taalwaytou band itr, Manai r. NOTICE. We are In the trado with I'alla Hranchniid other gwul Coal. AIm I la), Corn, Oata, Slilpatuir, Flour, Ac. WoalMiluindlu llrkk uniiCuiid. Itemember wu take I'urm In exchange. Prompt delivery and attention to all order, oillce aud acute uear L. A N. depot. TtleghonoNo it. I'KltltlN A l'KNCn. P S. Wo ul.o curry bnwlug Machine. und Attiiclimtiit uud do ult Mud of Part 40 repairing. Pro-du- BIG 4 The Iiwl L1d tuaad Front Michigan. TOLBDOA?,D DETROIT AUrotau la OHIOAGO. Wblu Cltr Special" itcatTtruilual btatlon. WEAK KVtS AKEMAIIE STIIONU, Ul.on .nn K.nnnt yl...tl tnr (nilrrhllH' Din: vuion made clear, vtves removed utid giutiulatod lid or wire eje. of any kind tako Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It kpeedlly aud effectually curod by tho use of alvvuys gives prompt tw i iuuoi. Is an Important part of our stock. They butlierlaud' Eagle Eye balve. It's nut up for colds, too, as It aids are carefully prepared and will prove of In tube, aud sold on a guaranteo. For excellent sale ut renuy's Drug btort relieves tho lungs and pre- Inestimable benefit to Utile ufTorcr. Sfcdlclnc For Children mid. ST. LOUIS. AtoIJIuj the Tunnel BOSTON. Wmiu blwDltt(;Cara. auSal rarlor Can, Wanrr Sleeplni Can, Print OampirtuiaotCan, tlfgaot Cuachtt and Wo lag Cara. NEW YORK. D. H vents any tendonoy toward pneumonia. Tho largest prlco ever asked und paid For sale by Craig cV Uockcr, Drugfor a single pearl was $550,000. It is gists. besides tho most perfect gem of Us kind known. HI oxuetly two Inches in A $500,000 sanitarium it to bo built at s. length and oval shaped. Hot Springs by tho Knights of Py-thla- m w COUGH KU MAUTIN, VtaM. Trailio Mxr, Uen. Pats. ATkl. Agt OINUINNATI, O. K O. McCOHMIOK, 'H year with a cough, uud peut bundled of dollars with doctors aud (or uivdlcliiu to uo avail uutll I ued lir. Uell'a Thl rmiulv make weak luug atroag. It has saved my I t life. J, 11. Uoai-n- . Oraouburg. Ill, I kutTered ti VJUUS. Soothing syrups or tortured llltlu bodGentle but efficacious remedies tor youthful ills, Lotions, ointment., toilet powder, pitfl', sponges, combs, bru.bes aud all article for the nursery aro here In great quantity and good quality. Wo have a full line of all well known ies. will cure It. and Dell's Kltu such streiiKth U) the luiiga that a cough (Jr a COIU Will UU. .v., ID lllCIVi IVU.j,HI cuutsat I'euuy'a Drug Store. I the forerunner to couauuptlon. LUftU tltUITATlOK. Folds, Dr. Iiifmt made nverally according to Tun tho aerie und aerial iiutulor of tho Umd. buglnuluK with bond No. 1, ecrlea "A." Hald nt u u ? unrein bond and coupon will bet pajublo ut tho Lincoln County Natloual llauk of Htunford. in, Ky. Honda may bo redeemed ou Feb. 1 und beiit. 1 of each )ear uuou 30 day' prerlou notlco given by county udru to Lincoln I'ENETltATKS County Natlouul llauk of said courU'lnteu-tlo- u to redeem uny ot the bond as herein GREAT STATES provided. Uald boud shall cuaao to hour EIGHT futerekt after ald date. Halo of said bond Kentucky, Teaneaaee, Virginia, Qeorgta bidwlll.bo fur cuah, to tho highest uud bust (Morin auu soutu uurouua, der und will be offered la lot of 11,000 with Alabama, Mlululppt, privilege of (3,000 uutll all boud havo been aold, thu commlttte reaervlnif thu privilege of offering the entire number at ouco and accoptluir the bid reallilug thu moat money, Bald bond aro told unconditionally uud Iletweeo Loultrllle am the South. dealred uiuat bo puld for by purl lea asking aaue. of thu boud will bo requirThu uurchaaer ed to lilaco In the Lincoln County Nutluuul Hank of Sluutord, Ky., u forfeit of 11,000 Immediately after tho purchuau of thu Cacti way between Loulavllle aud Lexlugto n .ball Imj Southern Railway Through Sleeping Gars THREE DAILY TRAINS bond. Wltues our slsuature. this Jau. 10, 1SV0 . Penny's Drug Store. 1 J P. 1IA1LKY. OEO. II. COOl'EU, K'omteo ) II. HELM, W. A. TUUK, O. V, A., Waahluztou. D. 0. V. II. TAYLOE. A. 0. P. A Louisville, Ky le3eeAaiv sra