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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 27, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899012701_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 27, 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. Tr0MmrmW -- s SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXY1I. UHWSTER. I Y ML VERNON. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1899. TO TUB DKMOCKATSOFLtNCOLN COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ' NO. 94 J Our city will bo represented In jour Tho W.O.T. U. met with Mr Jen- town nn tho 3lt to hear ex Gov. Ilobt. nlo William. The attendance at both reboots Is InTaylor. Monday, Dr. W. I. Lotchcr old creasing. Student fiom a dlstuncp On lOthnrrs of Notional Hunk ttock to have entered college. Hro. Mill, of Junction City, preachMrt. Cntherlno travel, and 10 hare ed here and tho church Is pleased with nt 107.50. to Charles Splllman, On Sunday night the lilrth o( n boy hi earnest and conclsa sermon. ut Dick Ward jravo tho republican j Will Whitehead will move to town one majority, but on Tueaday mornlni? soon, having bought out Uasa Lcveay, E. V. Morrow reported tho arrival of a I who will build B),iln. Mr. W. will nlso roc at bin honae, which makci tho voto build house to rent. Little Mfranda White wa slightly n tlo again. A number of leading democrata ex burned by her clothing catching fire prcsacd a drain Monday to have Capt. from the grata. Her mother' hand' I. M . Dunn mako tho raco for roprcaen-tatlv- o were badly burned while extinguishing of Garrard county, tile l a typ- tho flame. Mr. Dickey Smith, tho oldest citizen ical Kentucky gentleman, Intelligent, popular and, aliovo all, a truo demo- lu tho county, died of pneumonia till crat. Ill friend claim that ho will week at lit homo near town. Ho was uroly win If ho content to make tho an honest nnd respected farmer, who by p.ulent industry, hud laid by a aulll- What ay you, captain? J, V. Mlllor, maiter commlasloncr, clcney of thl world' good to mako madu tho following tales In tho cae hi laat days hi best da)s. "Tbo Kentucky Whito Ulbbon," named laat Monday: Ileitis va. Ileitis, a Ac, IT acre at 121.60 per aero; Ward, oiuiu uriiu in me w. u. i. u., Ac. v. May, Ac, 20 acrca at (10; Gaatt- - neat and well edited paper. It I at Harbourvillc, Mr. France K. ncau va. Gallncau, Ac, procrtyf MOO; i. Younc v. liuroam, 1200; Miller, Ac w.niniui uvnn n va. Miller. Ac, 20 acrca at $10 peracro; anoula bo round In every homo In tho State. Tbo subscription price is only Eat va. Eaat, Ac, amount of ale,(Ml. per year. Tho reported deal between Whallen Tho marriage of MUa MaoMlllcrand and tbo L. A N. railway haa no moro ignlllcanco than an Individual contrl Mr. J. W. Klder occurred In tho hand- button to a campaign fund. Tho atock roino parlor at tbu brldo' homo Wed nesday, 22ud, Itev. L. M. Scrogg olll holdera of a company havo a rlcht to candidates, and they elating. The bride, a noble girl, I tho rtiooo betweon daughter of Mr. and Mr. M. J. Miller arc doing rlcht to pet In tbo Hardin groom is a most worthy band wagon beforo It la filled to lu Sr., while tbo la euro to bo young man from Upton, Ky. A bright grealcat capacity, which future lie buforo them nnd with the done. Over an nveroco crowd .v.a In town !ovo of Christ In their ncart they can liut Monday. There wcro about 200 bravely faco llfoV battle. Tho following arc on tho lck list: cattle on tho market and prlcea wcro pood. Jaraca Itoberta aold CO yearling Postmaster Hukor, Mr. Coyle, Mr. G. A. Swlncbroud aold to Whlttaker, Mr. Dr. Pennington, Judge cattlo at T. U. Walker 48 calvea nt 21.75. and Carter, MUs Helen Singleton and Mr. 20 to Jesse Doty at fil.&O; alio a lot of Judge Colyer. Grip Is tho prevailing hoca to W. It. Cook at .1 ccnta. David lllnea. Jame Adam nnd Tom Miller Thompson old eight aged, fat inulca aro out from Garrard at tho bedsldo of for S.VX). Uutehcr atulT aold at 2 to ."! M. J. .Miller, who I very ill. A young cents. democratic voter arrived at S. II. Mar-tiThe fiscal court convened on Monday lat week. Mr. L. U. Adam haa and withdrew the order which they had returned from a visit to Paint Lick. piwed at tho laat meeting and agreed Ml Herda Martin lias u tine achool at to meet next Saturday to agree upon u Hrudhead. Our thank nro due Bdltor plan for working and maintaining tho Maret, of tho Signal, for new letter road. Tho taxpayer .iro requested to furnished In our absonco. b present and offer their vlcwa on the Livingston Item. Tho new taw mill different plana. They u.ado an order of Henry A Cum in Inn tins begun work. t J pay for tho road lying In tho county Mr. Turley, of the firm of Spark, Tur-le-y at soon a tho deed ore approved by A Sparks, will reside hero. Miss tbclr attorney. Hcttle French I quite lit of grip at the Cupid' arrow nro Hying between residence of George Cook. Mr. and Lincoln and Garrard counllea. On Mr. II. N. Holler went to Lebanon Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 2:30 !. M . Mr. J. Tnes'day. Kov. II. N. Faulcoror Is ICaodolph Harris, ono of our moral, preaching at tbo Presbyterian church popular and Induatrlou young men, arjd is doing much good. Mr. Goodln will bo married to Ml Mary, tho estibas greatly Improved her residence mable daughter of Mr. 3. F. Cash, at Dra. Cooper and Drown successfully tho homo of tbo bride near Turner removed a diseased from tho Infant vllle, Lincoln county, by Klder Frank of Mat Delph last week, There much 1 congratulate W-- . Allen, of Stanford. of tax" uissaiuraction over tho tha groom nnd tondor the bet wlahc commissioners In regard action to property to tho brido in advance, and hope that hero. Tho town I just getting started thi union will bind the countlu closer and thoy thin!: It unjust to rube, tho together. valuo of u houso 100 moro than owner Col. W. S. Miller ha nn open faced appraise. allvor watch which how tho hour of the day, tbo duy of week uud the day CRABJDRCHARO. of tho month. It wa owned by tbo un ThoW. C.T.U. will hold it next grandfather of JudgoT. I... Harris, old gentleman, who died lately. It wa weekly meeting on the '23 with Mr. made by John Kendrlck, London, Kng., Mary Pulton. All interested in temperance work urn kindly invited. Ml In 1732, und tin commercial value I supposed to bo 1200, whllu It value, a Mollle Urooks I president and Mr. far Doyond that amount John M. Hrook. cor. sec'y., which a curiosity, It la tho most historic und attructlvo mum eucccs and perseverance In this relic that tho colonel gathered here for good work. tho Kno.vvlllo museum. Mr. Paulino Hays, of Danville, Is A novel cuto wa tried In tho quar with her daughter Mr. Joo McCture. terly court on Wednesday. Ed Adam, Mrs. Kuto Pattor, of Manchester, I ot Jeuamlno county, sought to recover visiting ber sister, Mr. Ncltlo Kcdd. a dog from Elijah Chcalum, which the Mis Lizzie Gormley, a trained nurte lattor detained on hia premie for 30 of much experience and ability, I at day. A number of wltnoce wore In homo for a few day, after nursing Mrs. troduced, n large crowd wa In attend A. II. Severance, of Stanford, soven an co, Letcher Owloywa special judge, week. Tho Mles Albright, of Brod-heasix lawyer wore employod In tbu case und Mrs, Dolur, of Preacher and two Baptist preacher were on tbo vllle, wero with Kov. Lambert' family jury. Tho trial consumed tha ontlro till week. Mr. Joo Pleasant opened u duy and tho lawyer (or plaintiff claim select bebool at her homo this week. ed that ho wua a good coon dog, and Mr. D. C. Payne bus moved to tho foil that tbo bide of tbo coon that bo gate proorty which ho lately purcba-ewould have caught It be bad not been of tbo Lancaster Piko Co. Mr. Kit-tl-o detained, would bavo been worth liu. King haa moved to tho property vaThoy claimed thl amount or tho dog. cated by Mr. Payne. After tew momenta deliberation tho Well I Weill We ore very well satjury jjavo the dof to tbo plaintiff. isfied with the good work already accomplished by tho Hlble reading wo iiow'sWwr Hundred Dollars ttawarJ for sot referred to In our laat. We can In fanWaoOVrOu of Catarrh Ibal iu not lw cursJ bjr Hall a cy see ( that Danvillo correspondent tuko K j. CHKKKY 4 CO., lToii .Tolsdo, O. from tho sholf his Hlblu, brush tho dust Hi uuJlnrf. ban kuonV. J. Cbfoty W, or ths lul IK yean, and UlUia blin rltlj hou. from Its back, opon lu sacred pages orabl lu all bualueaa Uanaaclloiia and fllmucLlly and Instead of reading ono chapter, ablstotarrf vut any oblljatloua tuaJ Ij tbclr actually read two. Then wo eo him wErr i. Tat a. Wbolsaala bruits, Tolsdo. O. Wil.liu, KissAH A aUaVJK, WboWaal lriM. start out for bis nearest neighbor and rials Toledo, ObUk. HaVa Catarrh CurU Ua Inlwnallr, actio compare Bibles, and another reads: dlrstllr upon lbs Mood and muouuaauruorooflu . "Well done thou good and faithful serfr.uui' fries He ft tulUa. Sold ujr all Ptuf vant." Now turn to Mlcuh 0:8, If periUu. Tmlluioslalalras. Hall's ('aiully 1111a ar tha beat. chance, this book is in your Bible, and mm Tbo remain of Klljah O. Elliott, ono you will llnd much to think of there. I beforo you plainly of John Morgan' Confederate raiders, The whole plan were, in com- stated. Now please don't tblnk for a .who died at Tipton, Ind., request moment that I am going tb rough my pliance with bis In the stars and stripes and fol- Bible for the llrst time, for, thl 1 iny draped lowed to tho grave by tbo Q. A. R. third venture, but tn reading I And to much that will bear hun post. Geo. Hlto was banged In Mecklatt-bur- g dreds ot time and yet ever new. The former reference was to II Peter, 3:1 county, Va., for the murder of I to IS. N'eiro. I Charlc Thompson, of Garrard, nnd been a custom of tho domo- - Mlas Martha Delaney, weot 10, were cratlo party so long und so universally ma(j0 or)0 al j0ih Delaney's yesterday. ' "" u'"-r'-- Jame UarrI, aged 25, nnd Mra. Lou well bo catted ono of tho principles cf William, V,, and with six Hying chll- ine pany. hi rowani mo luuniuincs drcn wcro marriC(1 ttl Al)anv nnd fidelity ot n public nfllcor, by en- dortlng him for a second term. Of tho Gcorgo B. Foyle, who travel for a OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Chicago silk house, waa arrested at Davenport. la., on a cbarga of having seven wive. John Kllcy, of London, eloped to Jclllco with tho pretty Miss Dora Pbll-- ( lp, who lives near PltUburg, rfnd tbey It haa I11 - ij On n line you cannot afford to mlis. WATOHOUR WINDOW A. TERRIBLE OTJT WE SHALL MAKE ANOTHER Whl'eyouraizoi In Shirts have them still for are still here jou ONE DOLLAR. Tils Includcf all'the line -- Manhattan, Columbia and Smith's Fine ShirH. mlsa the chance. Don-'- t i liftoff Wk Illg reduction in all lines. Suit made to Order, Cleaned and Pressed W&TlLa. ira ro. were married. Claud M. Slpplea, aged 17, and Miss Lula Montgomery, 21, wero joined I heart and band at Gcorgo Montgom ery' yesterday. Chaa. Kogers, a Laurel county mer chant, eloped toJellicowith Miss Cyn thia Dcnham, sitter of Samuel Den-haof Ml Vfirnon At St. Louis a bride of a week killed herself and left a notn saying that ,ho never did love tho man sho married, but married him to pleaee her pa- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. Z& OANVILLE, KY. find With h. vorr 9 1 pub-llah- truiiur-in-ciiic- ic n' 1 that body M days, being absent only two day. I gavo my cntlro time, to whut I conceived to be. In the Interest of the people of my county and State. I Introduced and passed moro bill through the House, having a tendency to reduce luxation, thun uny other member of that body. 1 procured tbo passuge of a bill abolishing the otllcc of Register of the Land Otllce, which will savo to tho tuxpaycr of the Slate about Jj.000 each year. I defeated u bill passed by thu Senate appropriating 812,000 to tho commissioners, who superintended the construction of the Kddyvlllu penitentlury. I made u special effort to reduce tho State' expenses und abolish unnecessary otllcc, Including those of tbu stale board of equalization, assistant udjutant gener- tipstaff ul, osslstuul sergeant-at-arm- s, and janitor of the court of appeal. I gave my hearty support to each and every bill Introduced, having u Its object economy und the reduction of taxation, und opposed and voted against every appropriation that I did not think perfectly legitimate, proper und necessary. If re elected I pledge msclf, to dc .voto my entire time, and tho little tal ent I have, ulong the lino I have indi cated. I will do everything I can to procure tho passage of the Chlnn Book bill or a similar one, to give to tbe children ot tbo Stato of Kentucky cheaier school books, a cheap, ut least, asarcfurnlsh-c- d to the Slates of Indiana and Ohio. I am In favor of amending tho jury luw so as to allow each person summoned In felony cases for the time they lose In attendance upon thu court, whether they uro tuken and serve u juror or not. I can not, ot course, undcrtakolnthi short communication, to outline with any degree of satisfaction, everything that I shall expect to do, if but will promise to try to do what 1 think la best for tbo people I represent. I submit myself to thu democracy of my county to say whether or not my course in tbo last Legislature wo such as to merit their upproval, and entitle me to their M. F. NoitTH. Respectfully, : rent. Tho Lancaster young man whq will OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO wed n pretty Lincoln county girl riext 00 day, constituting the term of tbo last Legislature, I occupied my scat In Wednesday, will not only get a most ft I We ran plcaao jou In Shoe, for Women. Children and Men. We stind at the top for Quality, Btjlc, 1'lt. Ac. You can buy from us Shoe that are solid a low priced ns anywhetr. FREE PIKES UNDERWEAR ! lnrrr-" !. ,........ tmlr mrl 'S ,- I GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. Then wo keep the highest grade. In fact, the place to got your Shoes. Our Gents Furnl.hlng Department Is fall of good things In excellent young lady but lots of Cash to boot. t Lebanon, Ind., Mr. Luclnda Jone was granted a divorce from ber husband, after sho had proved that bo had been drunk 4.0S0 times In tho last 30 f 1 w year. I Newest things In colored Shirts, Dress Shirts. Neckwear Gloves, Hosiery, Rat and Everything to make a man. Trunks and Valises. Adellna Pattl, the sweet singer, Is warbling to another huaband, the 3d. Sho wa-- i married Wednesday at Bro- con, Wales, to Baron Ccderstrora, di rector of tho Shealth Gymnastic Institution there. Admiral Sampson's girls seem to be In demand: The engagement of Mies Nannie, hi second daughter, and W. T. Ctuverius, U. S. N., has been an nounced. At tho raarrlago of Miss SatnpfOii' lter and Henry Harrison Scott, of San Francisco, on Jan. 4, Mis Sampson was a maid of honor and Ensign Cluvcrius an usher. LIBERTY. CA LOWELL St LANIER, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DAIIVILLE EY. rpe&ss J SBBlBPsr i I '.j. : U XJC Yesterday was county court and thero was quite a crowd In town. John E. Sharp ha taken charge of tho Napier Hotel vacated oy W. D. btagg, who i now running the Ex change Hotel in hi accommodating way. i H3 &r, fflT 1 Tin: woman's sine. An.wtr to "Tim Vampire." u nnd sho gave her lore, A wunun Hutu Kvcn u yuu and t, To a pitiless Ua.li alio thought him a man, Lori'U lilm a only a truo woman can. And lflleln(; lu Mm lirr Ufa began, Euii as )ou and I, Oh! tho broken hearts, thu ruined llt-s- , Tlio mudnt-M-t and dranalr. Belong to lliv man who know, full well That tho llaaio of lut Is the fuel of hell, Hut who knowing does not cure Tho arouiuu gau him honor and faith, Kveii aijou and Ii Atld the U'liit, who was a beast from birth, dragged lur white, jouugllfo In the alluia phrey. Jame Taylor, representing the Htistonvlllo Flouring Mill, was In toivn elllng Hour. Ab Wash, of Luwrencc-bura nephew of T. W. Wash, was In town to see after hi interest In the Wash estate. Gcorgo Montgomery went to Lexington last i weok to attond Kentucky University. John D. Combest started to same place to attend State College. .w F. P. Combest, master commissioner. sold at public auction the T. W. Wajsb farm to James Glbony, T. J. Bell and E. T. Allen for $3,000. Also a half Interest in 120 acres of knob land to Mrs. Tabltha E. Dunlap for $173. A seventh Interest in the Green Russell The Second Seesion of the Scholastic Year, 1S0S-9- , farm, near Mlddleburg, to W. T. Dur JU3.S2. F. P. Combest bought ham for TCONDHY, of John J. Elliott hi interest In Exchange Hotel property for $512 cash. For Course of Study, Term of Admission, c, send for Catalogue or call at tie College on W. M. Myers bought of Wilkinson & Allou some butcher stuff ut2)c. WilkMIIS. NANNIE 8.SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfoul Ky. inson & Allou bought of J. W. Whipp WILLIAM S HELTON, PKESIHICNT. some fat heifers at 3c. ROVEU. It. J. Austin, a Casey county boy, now a pensioner examiner of Washington City, was in town Monday tnklng proof in claim of Mr. W. T. Humg, I I 4 0 I i I m Cash is King. Our 'terms are cah. We have NO liOOKs and ticket paper hag about run out. TIME is all right In its place. NOW Is thejTIME to reduce priccr. on nil Winter Goods and to do it sufficiently to INDUCE PEOPLE to buy. NOW the TIME when wo would rather have what the Goods cost us than to have the Goods. We mean this, if you don't believe it, brin? the CASH and come to see us. Seeing will convince you. 1 '' H. J. McROBERTS. I ' 1 Stanford FemaleCollege. JHNUHRY 23RD. G WILL BECIN "!rlj" ahroad In the land. The sir ou breathe may full ut 11, fatal genua' Don't uenleit the or you will oivu the iluur to l'ncunionl. and com uuiitlou sujiarlu death, lis aura ahjna lw It sgalo "thu dkaiily tmii'" -- BEST LINE OI- '- are (hill, d, trealltKtbIa cough with truchea, tablets or Ikiiar. cheap ,rru. ure It at out with l)r Kin, Sew IllMUlerv. the iufllllMs rciunlv for hronrhUl I rouble. It kills tbe dieaw germa, ueuU the tuun and ineutathadreaiieJilierttB.iarruiu ll.t.,.l. a.ljr l'rlcs SO rta. and ll.uu. (honrjr twfk If not cured, A tilal buttle freest IVunr'a Prux Store. llu ferer, headache, dull hearj lalua uihvui uihuiish iiviii in iiim?, aors lliroat aim cuusa Llon't watu reclouj time ner.let-1,1 d "" This from tbo Georgetown Times tell tho talo of thorn all: According to reports from various counties tbo turnpikes are In a wretched condition. aud earth. Some of them aro but little better than Darkened her nanie with dishonored breath, mud road. Tbe probability I that Kren as you aud I. pooplo who bavo to travel them much will soon be forced to tbo conclusion Oh! the torment amoked a soul Tho heartache aud tears and care, that free turnpikes aro not tbo great llclong to the bou.Cwho as love's High Tricar, blosatng that wa oxpected. si Oared not for honor, or truth In tho least, m mm Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, In the oity. Remember our line of Hand-Mad- e Harness. B. K. WEAKEN CANNED a SON. Ap- ante-morte- Calhoun county, ill., has never had a railroad, a bank or telegraph station within lu borders, nor a Negro rest- mad. duntslncabutore tho war that 1 tbe war In the 'CO. Near Colquitt. Ga., JuiueKustinund Manstleld I coining money with his to death by his son, Virgil, wero shot unknown brutes while tbo father and Cyrano do Uergarac. In Ave weeks be took In $75,000. sun wero sitting at their tire. Slaughtered heraoul uud did not cure. And the woman with uauie of wife denied, Evttu aa you and I, Wa cast by the pltl!es world aside) And the better nature within her died, It might have lived had ho but tried, 4 Fven aa yuu aud I. Oh! the pltlfuUhamo w hero men will blame, And the ful.o world place It ban, On the soul that wa alalu, whoso tears aud pain, Whosvurajerk and pleadings were all In vain, Whp loved a beast thai the world called u THE RAVAOta (IF llllll'. ! That modern acourvs. thn (.Hit. wiIh.ii. th wllulutaUl Ecruit. ao that uu uoiua kulihnm Its rstiwea. but niuUlludKa bar found a aura anliut thta dangeroua rualiJr In lr. Klun'a New Ularuaerr. Wbeu you levl a sure uau la Tour hones slid utuicl, bare ibllU and forer. with son tbivat. indu tn lbs back of lbs ha.l. nuniui yinptobia and a stubborn cough you may know jou bare the Urlp, and that you ueed lr. King's Hew Dlacorery. II will proiuplly cure the wont Blackberries, rough heal lb Intuiued uieiubraurt, kill Uwdlaeaa ;eruia aim prvreui 1110 ureaaisi alter tDecU o! beinllaJr. I'rh-- Wita. and II. llau, hark If not curea. A trial bottle tut at I'euor's Drua- More. Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Beans, ricots, Peaches, Pears, Pine Apple, Applo Butter, Teach Butter. Plumb Butter, Salmon, Mackerel, Oyster, Mince Mrata, Asparagus, ' Bottled And Bulk Pickles, Drld and Evaporated FrulU of all kind. ALL AT .VERY LOW ,rR!CES. '.BBAZLBY & CARTER. i UND AND STOCK. aro as great fools as they aro knaves. Go ask tho farmers If this part of the J. W. Florcnco sold to Wm. Cecil a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL country Is prosperous. Tho wholo troubcountry mule for t$0, le Is that tho legislation of tho Foil SaLB "0 yearling steers. J. C. tral University. Chaocollor Blanton Is controlled by men who aro gamblers. Hays, Crab Orchard. Jan. 27, 1899 invited him to tho Institution todlscuss Wall Street Is all right In luiplaco.bitt Stanford. Ky Wheat Jumped to 7rto at Chicago, tho Is the subject. "Dangors of tho Bopubllc It Is a dangerous olement whon It put highest prlco slnco harvest. and How to Avert Them." It was ex- In control 6f tho government." W. P. WALTON. John W. Miller bought of O. A. Borolng could not Congressman-elec- t pected that tho Senator's address servo Swlncbroud 60 calve ut$20. would deal exclusively In tho defects of find John D. White, so he had to F. P. Bishop sold to M. B. Scott, or On your purchases by availing yourself nf the sdvantsjsomollerlnj no fini nude Senatou Gokuel's speech at Leba- tho constitution and tho disregard of his answer to his contest on his wlfo. Boyle, u bunch of calves at $20. through tliodri'iu Challengo Clearance fcale. non Monday to announce his candidacy its wisest provisions, but not so. In It makes genoral demurrer to White's Thomps. Arnold bought of Cooper, ol for povornor was a red hot dofl of the stead Senator Bronston branched otT charges, responds to his statements In Pulaski, 10 long yearlings at $30. nowspapcrs, the railroad and other Into polities and made ono of the red detail and concludes by preferring J. M. Cotley bought at Lnncastor to 1 speeches over somo counter charges of fraud and corooratlons, trusts and combines and hottest Monday 22 Georgia calves at $15. to tho other candidates, especially Gen. heard In old Madison, ending up with J. W. lUughnmn 1ui.'ht of Fox .V Hardin, to whom ho doubtless referred a eulogy of Bryan nnd a plea for tho NEWSlOTATION, BRIEF McDowell 23 long yearlings at 4lc. Fancy Striped Fringed Tow, 33 by 1.1 Indies, only fie, when he said: "There Is not behind Chicago platform. It U said that Chan Towel, lfic, 40 by 22 inches lionler fringed huney-com- b John A. Wood bought or George I. Tbo Spencer county fiscal court remo any political oligarchy that for 110 cellor Blanton liked to have dropped butcher stutT at 3c 40 by CO Inches Turkish lUlli Towel, heavy, 14c, Kentucky from Frankfort; dead with suprlso and that his eyes duced the tax lovy from 101 cents on Boone a lot of Ham-llto- n years ruled ltd by 18 Inches, Woven Solvlge Ilrnml Turkish Towel, Oo, Dr. J. B. Owsley sold w Isaac that elevated men and pulled them havo not vet resumed their normal con tho $100 to 121 cents. .10 by in Inches Hlno checked Hemstitched Towrll.Sc, 27 acres bck of Darsttown at $65. A. G. Hull committed suicide, nenr down at will; that held power lonccr dition from tho bulge tho speech put 42 by 20 Inches Fancy Irish Linen Tied Fringe Towels, worth 40o. now 25c, il. P. Hlllenroeyer, the Lexington Butler, on tho K. C, by throwing him- nurseryman, predicts a Hue fruit year. and drew moro money Irom tho public In them. ltt Inches wide, Crash, only oc, self In front of a train. treasury than any other act of men that in T..a tho other day 64 Polled An 18 Inches, nil Linen Crash, bluo and red checked, only Sir, P0LT1CAL POINTS. figured In tho history of tho Hunson shot his cousin, Charles Fred ever and tnrcout$110. 8ti, Turkish llnth Towling in holt, 18 Inches wide, worth t2Jc yard, this county, be- gus calves sold at $100 received every In Elliott and that . Tho Glasgow News declares unetjulv- - Henson, to death misunderstanding. Salo of 1,000 boshclsor wncai at lteil Fringed Tabto Napkins, 12 by 12, only ISc doen. be - thn flomncratle tiartv could causo of a slight ocally for Hardin for governor. only 72c doieit. Is noted lu tbo Winchester Democrat. 1'laln While Linen Napkins, FrlngeJ' 15 by l George Mdrlch and son wcro attackstow, and finally turned Kentucky over Gov. Bradley refused to pardon Jas. Best cattle nro rolling ut 51, best hogs White Fringed Napkins with bluo lorder, Linen, 15 by 15. 7.'o A ie i, rno senator hunting In A'ebstnr by crows while to tho republican party." . " ii '" ,l ll " " Ballou convicted In Hockcustlo of train ed yellow ' nt 31 and extra sheep at 4e In Cincindeclared hlmsolf In favor of tho Chica- wrecking. county and both considerably Injured. nati. , .1 II .1 II II " " ftt Uawloy, of Grand Rapids, In its entirety, assorting go platform Thomas . i ii " "" .i J. M. Roberts sold to John Popples " " " Tho Senate has unanimously agreed nlnk than face accept a nomination that he would not treaty Fob. Mich., killed hlmsolf rather calves at $22 60 and to J. E. Bruce five Stamped Dallies, Splashers, Drcwcr Scirfs and Centre I'letos at your own prlco. realllrraa-tio- n to tako a voto on the peaco his wlfo to whom ho had been untrue. long yearlings ut $2rt. that did not carry with It a C at 3 r. M. of that platform. Ho declared for Kid McCoy now claims that his deIn was An Atlanta firm bought In Hardin Senator Stewart Bryan for president in 1000, advocated feat at tho hands of Sharkey was due county of H. B. Park, 103 fine joung Nevada after a long struggle. Jack legislation for the restriction of trusts to the fact that ho was trained down work mules ut$lW 23 Chlnn did It. and favored a law regulating tho prlco 3 yards long Lace Curtains, ftlc, olllclally ton tf no. Dan Uoltnan sold to John Woods 11 Col. Colson has at last been Mack II. Pery, n 14 year old boy. sheep for $60 and to S. G. Anderson a of school books. He assailed the rail" 6c, 3 yards long " Informed that tho 4th regiment will be was sentenced at Campton, Wolfe coun- bunch of steers at $20. road corporations for discrimination In 3 yard long extra wide Lsce Curtains, itc, onco. mustered out at freight rates und nnnounccd that ho ty, to two years' Imprisonment for kill33 incite wide Scrim fancy striped in p nk and blue, Jc. Ballard Bros, of Preachers lllc, sold Tho democratic railroad commission would favor tho McChord bill. Tho ing another boy. at Lancaster Monday 20 yearlings ut er's convention in the 1st district will best test of any law Is Its practical opRobert Parker, a former residing $22 60. They bought 02 sheep ut $5.30. bo held at I'aducah, Mar. 8. eration, ho declared. Tho election law near Kokomo. Ind., slipped Into a bar-ro- l A. K. Walker, of Garrard, took a Gen. John B. Castlcraau has been or scalding water whllo killing hogs bearing hlsnamo had been tested and car load of mules ror himself und one honorably dl?chargcd from tho volunVindicated at the last election and ho and was boiled to death. for Dr. J. B. Owsley to Atlanta WedWhite lied Spreads, 72 by 72 Inches, only 50o, army to date from Fob. 20. had yet to hear a single chargo 01 fraud teer J. Alfred Bodlno, president of a great nesday. only 72c, 81 by 72, " ' II. T. Duncan has no oppoglass company, dropped Under It, none of tho congressional IK) by 7.', " " only l)Sc, " A ltonlar tree containing over 400 beforo tho democratic Now Jersey over tho threatmaklnc any specifications sition for mayor dead from excitement gallons of honey, 12 squirrels, 11 snakes " " " Marw'ille pattern. stated his par- - primary to bo held at Lexington, Feb. ened etrlko of 11,000 employe. against It. Tho Senator r,ur-- r ......!..- .... .n.l.. ... il..-- .. ..it ..rn I1.11I1 1r.1t n unit AltlflL-- anil. wsrrjlllpit lint .t and t.o coons was recently felled In nv iuiiti'- .iu ii.nwu ..iv ,.. ty and legislative record at length and . 7th. Tho Ice bridge in tho gorge in Nia- DeKulb county. Tenn. decided to consider tho to welghtcn with any stibManoe whatever, unequiled in quality, Mle and finish The Senato looso while 100 perWalk-e- r said he was willing to stand or fall by broko (J. A Swlncbroud sold toT. B. behind closed doors. Tho gara river Hemmed ready forme 11. 4. It: "My candidacy has not tho support j peace treaty warmly debated for threo sons were on It. Alter a mad race for 42 calves at $21.75. to Jesse Doty 20 question was of any ring, nor any machine, nor any llfo all managed to reach tho shore in yeurllngs ut $23.60 and to W. R. Cook slate, nor any combination," said he, hours. u bunch of shouts at .w. Lyons, formerly private safety. "there Is no powerful newspaper behind Capt. W. H. John nnd Robert Srollh, brothers, l-2- c Josh Adams bought of Eubanks Bros. secretary to Senator Dbod, has been engaged In a fight ut Chllllcothe, 0.,ln mo to advocate mv causo or to assail an cattlo at u buuch of fair war departadversary. I do not wear tho collar of ( appointed a clerk in tho which both were fatally Injured. A $32 and or Win. Anderson .c bon II the blgctt bftrAln rrer nif , "V ami !Mc, J5 tli.ien any man or set of men." Closing hu ment. quarrel between their wives caused tbo earllng steers ut $21.25. v . U.. iuu i.Mnr r.tl,t.r llilnt.! nt l! mrtkitl r J lflwf nrlril. Illlt -for lllO Wit III Itf NtVlff .,.--' v si in,,,,' 'J William Goobel has resigned trouble. Hon. fired some hot shot Into John II. Whal J. B Graves purchacd rrom Col. we are cumpvl ed to leiue them off, but come and see fur yourself and bs c inrlneed central comwo are very sure he at-- j from tho democratic State Maxwell, the Chicago newspa- Ion, to whom John Robert T. Ford, or New York, tho Do Winter good, go at cosl and liclow col. i acinaior I lannej ?tin, was a member from -- nnni....l n runllpL In hit favor tributes too much importance. Mr. mittee, or which he Lorn? or Pay no farm, near Georgetown, . tho slato at large. Goebel's speech was heard with respect-for $10,000 against Nat C. Goodwin, tho containing 535 acres at $70. C. A. Culberson was elected ful attention, but the papers ho scored, actor, for Infringement on the play, i ii ,T..fT... 1i,.h1 n( .1. IZ. Hruco Legislafor Summer Good. Come nnd et your ihntr of the with ono accord, say there was little or by acclamation by tho Texas "Congress." somo butcher stutT at 3c; of Rev. R. R. All hare to go to make room Senator, to sucno enthutlasm and few cheers, except ture as United States J. J. Hunt, a farmer living near Noel a bunch ot bogs at 3c and of Geo. ' bualns, don't wait mull ttiey are all gone and tlieli want tnem. ou may err rimr I eyes when ho jumped on the L. & N. Gen. J ceed Roger Q. Mills. Morning View, Fayette county, laid out and we couldn't supply the long fell want. 0me ami he convinced. stuff at 3c. Lizzie Vaupel, at Morg&nfield; John down on tho track in front of a K. C. D. Hopper some butcher farm of lit. j Hardin claims Marion as ono of the Tho Will Ed Oldham James P. counties sure to instruct for him and S. Miller, at Greenville, and train and was initantly killed. Nocaiiso acres of well Improved land, thno nomthe selection of it for his first speccn Hutchison, at Owcnton, havobcenpresi- Is known for tho deed. miles rrom Lexington on thu Harrod-- j by the shows that tho Covington statesman inated for postmasters En route from Buenos AyrcstoGonoa burg pike, sold at auction to Garrett T.I). KANKY, Manager. throws down the gauntlet to him and dent. an Italian woman threw her three chilThe Xatlonal convention of manufac dren Into the sea and committed sui- Watta ror $93.60 dares him to toe the line. Association Hrinch Mures at Paris, Oarllsle, Mt rilerling, llardstown, I.awienceburR, Cynthi-m- a, Tho National Live Stock turers at Cincinnati adopted a resoluhusband and daughter folMauckport, I"'1. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Klltabethtown, Frankfort Is In session ut Denver, Col. There nro( grows ex tion most earnestly petitioning tho cide. Herexample the next day. The Louisville Dispatch lowed her present, repreceedingly hot In the collar and shoots Senate to ratify the treaty of peaco with county case about 1,000 delegates Iu a decision In a Hallurd senting $26010t"0,000 and over $,000,000 the lie to Col. Bennett H.- Young or. Spain. tho appellate court held that a contract head or llvo stock. desay that Ex-M. General W. L. Wilson anybody else, who dares to d providing against tho liability of a Wballon has secured $2i,000 from tno nies tho Interview which made hlrasay lor loss of goods transferred to anRaiGIOl)SMATTERS L. & N. to buy a certain Louisville pa- ho voted for MeKInley, asserting that other railroad Is against public policy, It ho voted for Palmer and Bucknor. per to fight Goebel with. In fact Rev. John A Wray.ot Mllledgevllle, THE HISTORY and therefore void. accuses Young of lying In almost as which Is amost as bad. John C. Geer, the "rattlesnake mun' Ga.. declined the call to the pustorate did Gen Miles who at present church. many places as Eugan -Dr. Andrew Seargent, of PortJervls, N. J., died tho other of tho Danville Baptist und tho first thing you know there will represents Christian county in the Leg- day In his 85th year. Since sarly manThe Rev. Thomas Homsley, known in in this case also. islature, unnounced ho will make the hood he has inado a business of catch- tho Eastern imrt ol Kentucky as the be a court-marti-al subject to the ac ing rattlesnakes for raenagcrlo rauna-Ber- "Cowboy Preacher," eloped with Miss A COMPLETE REVIEW OF OUR RELATIONS WITH SPAIN. Young claims to bo a fighting Confed- race for rum-il- y erate soldier and although Col. Enloe Hon of tho republican party. Anno Todd, a member oraleadlng Beginning with the Cause ami Declaration of War, the county, alter sending his author describes with enthusiasm and power every S. Irwin has announced his believe It, he may yet find that does not Capt. H. of Madison NEWS OF THE VIC1MASE. Is candidacy for a rcnomlnatlon for rail if he Is not a Confederate veteran he sick wire to Florida. event, such as the Making of the Army anil Navy, the n a Kentucklan, bo gad sir, who will call.; road commissioner of this, tho 2d dis Rnv. W. G. Dawes, u Boyle county's assessment foots up Man clous Iiattlc of Manila Hay, the Mockadingof Cuba, tho Tennessean to strict account for his trict. There are 31 counties In thedls nearly $7,000,000. minister, was seriously Injured whllo Bottling of Cervera's Squadron ami itn doom, the heroic eager words trict, Including Lincoln and all In this Fred YcUer, a former citizen of Dan- salting his cattle. Thuy were so fights nt Guasiuias, San Juan and HI Cauey, the closing section. to gel tho suit they crowded around in on Santiago audits surrender, the Pall of Manila and ville, Is dead at Padu-jahmay always IN case s of doubt you Paul Cooksey, of Bowling Green, has him and he wus knocked down and Miss Laura V. Herd has been count on the republicans wicnlng. for been appointed Senator Lindsay's sec THE PEACE COMMISSION'S WORK. trampled upon by them. nostmabter ut Mlddlesboro. they are capable of the greatest rascal- retary. James C. Edwards, or Itussell-vlllHetser, ol Fort Scott, ITS ARTISTIC JIT KITH. I'.tery erKxh raklnietit Is pie the sale of First Mayor C. P. The Paragon notes ity. After turning out democrats and sen tut In over;) full sge beautiful halflonts, toettbr with who has held tho place for sever- National Bank stock or somerset at Kus , hus been expelled rrom Grace lllhojjripli pll In Un the latter playing at the same game, a al years, has resigned. He is In 111 $1G2. number of inignlfictot Episcopal church because hu Methodist colors, representing the battles on ttn.l and tea. truco was agreed on und the result was health, and will go to Florida. or Harrodsburg, reruses to aid the ollco department or James Anderson, Till". AVTIKIK Is a nun filled by education, peculiarly lrn that Commissioner of Internal Revenuo Todd, of Loulsvlllo, has wlth'$l,000 liabilities and noassels, has tho city ror the suppression ol liquor tsgeous situation anj ayinpithellc feellnp for the subject, to Scott, the republican nominee, was had John T. Trlbblo, chairman of tho write the stiudard History of the War selling. Mayor Hester has been a comtaken tho bank rupt luw. from W. Virgin-- 1 elected U. S. Senator, Clark county republican committee, Till: Titian: is absorMnx and crowluir In Interest. Till! The Caldwell High School at Rich- municant at thu church lor years. la, receiving tho necessary 43 votes and indicted for criminal Mbel for making DKMA.Nl) I treat mond bus decided In futuro to observe Rev. Walter A. Whittle hai has closno more, Mcuraw, tno uemocratic an allldavit to be used in the Evuns-Turn- Monday Instead of Saturday as a holl- - ed at Franklin a series of Gospel ser- Till: CHAHACTi: of the tok Is complete and officially nominee, received 40 and Got! one. correct. I contest, that ho heurd Todd say Baptist church. There a revolver, 12 vices at the A LARGE ROYAL OCTAVO VOLUME OF that he was working against Evans, and Whllo playing with wero 30 additions and many professions. Eaqan clulws freedom for punish-mon- t, that, ulthough MeKInley and the ad- year old Willie Bartlcon, of Wuyne A- - ono result a distiller sold his busibecauso the president bad prom- ministration were working for Evans, county, accidentally shot and killed ness and un owner of u quart house ised immunity to witnesses who testl- -' ho would be defeated. Annlo Meadows, aged eight. ngreed to close his house when his li- And contains oer 7.1 IIEAITIITI. OSV I'AOK IIALr . fled before tho war Investigating com-- 1 relating to the war, Geo. King, a sluua driver of Liberty, With reference to tho talk about his cense expired. Tho third man was left TOM-- I'HTl'KKN ut scenes and eTcnts mission. Tho result will likely bo thut alleged effort to sccuro tho appoint-maCasey county, filed a petition in or em- Including scenes in Cuba seriously considering the matter Bantlaco, 1'oito Klcuandthc His total liabilities aro 2,2Gd, tho foul mouthed scavenger will gel olT to as ono ot tho commissioners barking In a new business. rbllliidnc I ands. In addiwith a reprimand for his outrageous tho Paris Exposition, Gov. McCreary ol which $00 Is secured. His assets ago there wcro four tion tolialf toue illustrations, Nearly 40 year tirade against his commanding otllcer, tells the Richmond Register thatwhllo amount to $2,117. rast Mends students at tho Danvlllo It contains MKLUOlS JUti. und bo permitted to remain In tho ho Is grateful to a few over partlul Anderson Wood Is doad In Bell coun- 'ri.oninoii.nl S.(inlnarv Henry M. Scud- - mucknt iioi'iiLK.fini: disgraces. practical Joke. ' MTIIOiiUU'llED 1'l.lTl.S army, which his presence ty, the victim of a friends who hav suggested his der. Gelon Rout, Rutherford Douglus iu Whllo Albert Shumato was oo Ms way ' and Miles Saunders. They graduated Tin COI.OUS representing the ho'ts unwllliog to get Into a highly artistic manner Commercial got u strugglo for tho place and has not homo from a dance, Wood ani threo The Louisville nnd took nastoratcs. Mr. Scudder has tisu and SiTAL IUTTMX. scooped on Its Inteuded scoop to bribe been to Washington to'sco about It and companions thought to scare Shumute, ood f . d coon- ,,, book , BO,(, , uow been at KlUavllle, ...hscrlptlon, but tho city councilman, und is sJown up in has filed no formal application for tho and Jumped out of some bushes and de- ty, for 40 years and Gelon Ituui ut or- , to a(,verlUe ,t , cach t went appointment and docs not desire to bo manded his money. Shumato tired on u very bad light, but the elfort Dr. Douglas rcmu n deri from ndlv,duillll f ndvalicif,, co,,ie, nt .,,',. M. killing sallies 35 years. fur enough to show that Clmlottt was considered u candidate for tho position. the supposed robbers, Instantly und until at old l'lsuah for III years ,ow,ngpree0. anxious enough to sell out for $0,000 to Tho Loulsvlllo Free Press, republi- Wood, und then lied. ur. oaunuuin u died of Brlght's called "up lilsjner. ho can, does not ontoi In tho great cry ol Mr. B. P. McAllstor u new telephone company, until Delivered in any part ol Navy-Blu- e Sprlnirtlold ror :W year. at tbo pa-tthe United Mates upou ic-sroolled u mouse. The whole nutter prosperity being at hand, Indulged in disease Sunduy morning. Ho was ubout ceipt of price. Danville Advocate. has u very bad tlavor, both of yellow by Its kind, but contends that tho pres fi3 yeurs old and u native of Georgia. journalism und otllulul rascality. "prosperity" Is not) He served In the UonreUeruto army ent b,";,,n!!ue.r,,o"nd'W. "Farmers are during the civil war and cumo to this on joyed by tho people. havo tho not prosperous. High taxes are eating pluco aboat 10 yeurs since and engaged AN elTort is being uiado to ptihllHliorN vc By Wacon aud lJiiiMr , nt widI dlr. to i bin next Legislature form u now county out up their profits. Every sort of extrav-- i In tho grocery buslnoss. He was u lint un land, fall un r aildrwa hy I. Ii Vi SI of parts of Scott, Owen and Harrison, ugance, Stato and National, Is being ower and has a son living in Texas. with Sadlevlllo as thu county seat. It curried to un outrageous extreme. Tho Harrodsburg Sayings. I --. - m as Kf - 11... I..... - m w sws rvk. Montlcello Is much torn up over tho SALE OF PERSONALTY. UloroCCO Is to bo hoped that tbeselieuio will dio publlo treasury, from tho municipal ii u'borulng. Wo havo enough pauper corporation on up to tho Fodoral gov- postinastersblp. J. A. Colemun, readmliiUtrutor of O C Abraham, A counties now, without adding to their ernment at Washington, Is looked upon cently of Howling Green, has tho enI will sell, at his lute resilience Iron Fence. Bradley-Morro- w CyprcesShinglcK. threo mllea' West of Crab Orchard, uu us the lcgltlmato loot of the party in dorsement of the number as this would. 1HU0. the following and Col. Colson promised to see TlltllMDAY, l'EU. 10th. men are getting rich, power. A few pmnertyt 1 ulce young inuro la foal by Jack, colt. g"d The Kentucky monument at Chlcka-maug- a and, occasionally, at ut present, thu that he was appointed, but It Is report-e- d 1 Rood barnvsa horse, 1 mule bees. 2 1 straw stands milk cow, S kboaU, ( now that the colooel, for reasons will not be unveiled till next railroads aro making money hauling 1 wheat drill, 1 ricks, 2 clover seed stacks. vo either Mr. Columao or his Deerlng mower, I bay rake, bog box, 1 turu-lu- g May. It la ead to think that the 60 cheap crops, and armies and army supplow, 1 corn plow, 1 good barrow, fiery colonels that Gov. Bradley plies. When newspapers say that the friends, has withdrawn his endorse- shelter, sowing machine, ktiiK shocks fodder, 300 to ucconipwiy blm thither will country this country, Kentucky, Is ment, und the powers that bo have In- loo barrels, corn, 1 beatlug sto and other Mill Work. Metal Roofing. Ut mention. Tents have to wait bo long tq 'disport tbem-selv- prosperous, they lie, and, If they are dorsed Mrs, Tuggle. Coleman's, friend articles too tedious fLBAHANTd, Adinr.ou day of sale. II. A. uniforms. say they have been ralstrenMid, and their handsome directly Hon. Charles J. Bronston ought toboashamod of himself for taking such advantago of tho Innocont and confiding gold bug management of Cen- The - Nooi Is The Time I TO SAVE BIG- MONEY At The Louisville Store K-- wk ,- LACE CURTAINS ! White Bed Spreads. 1 Ex-Ma- ., .... -.- .-- ld 40 Different Patterns of Percale at 5c, 7 and 10c. ront. re-li,-. - Ex-Go- v. Ladies' And Gents' Underweai The Louisville Store. - P. rail-roa- Henry Wafferson's Spanish American War. or s. well-know- . e. douWe-paR- - or I aJi sai er 650 Pages bank-rupu;- y. nt I 1 ,,,,, ,,'' or run Morocco Dinaing, Cloth Binding, $2.50 stock-mark- et Team ot Work IIorscH. I'ATTUt-QS.Maukr- d, P. Walton, Stanford. $v).o , Hpeclal nrrniiBCiiicut with the arc enabled to ofl'cr u copy of ilic book lit cloth 'and the Interior Journal one year for $3.50. or In trr. uic mu. iur 94 ". m .. elo-me- nt A.C.SINEJ LL STAN FORD, KY. ciiv - not paid, or Indirectly, they yj nSS VsMtf HHsJ ! '.' W 'H"P ' i' ","i lini s.mii iinsjuv ...xtm... , . .... sajT7i?wssiiiisJajaS)srswWfgsssjaBjS S " IT TT r mrwwi1irm -- r -. .- s5!-V7--!Wvtp-- -' s -- " fr0vimfvf'irrv' 1 Alien Jonks, a familiar corner mark HKLD WITHOUT HAIL THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 Dl.KOANT lino laco curtains at John In Stanford for many years, died Tues- 18, K. K. WILSON rOUMUItOIlUKOLLOW-INday night of pneumonia. He wit, a 1 BKDl'CTION. Jones'. member of tho order of colored Odd ! Stanford, Ky., Jan. 27, 1899 Mail your order for ewelry etc., to Fellows, and passed through life with III'Ol'UHT IIKIti: KOIl YESTKHDAV. II. II. Danks, 410 W. Market St., Lou- - no more sorlout chargo against him than that ho was averse to work. Ills IsvlllO. The examining trial of K. K. Wilson, Hound to clof o out thii week to givo up room. E. C. Waltox, Himinehs Manaokh. mother died only a few weeks ago. attorney of Laurel, for the I A 4.DUAWKU Sewing Machlno with Pki'1'I.es. After an illness of flvo murder of Miss Mary Cloyd, was begun "Vouu doctor knows that vou havo tho 10 K"rantco for $17. t Warren years, tho last 10 months of which bo at London Tuesday, beforo County V Shanks'. right kind, tho best quality and tuo Judge Stansbcrry and an Immenso wait confined to his bed, Mr. John Pep-pie- s exact quantity of medicine when you Hoi'fli: with six rooms, akltchon and havoyour prescription flllcd at Penny's departed this llfo Tuesday, aged crowd. Wilson appeared with his Drujj Store. a basement, on Main Street, for rent. 7(1. His wife, Mrs. Martha Pcpplcs, counsol, apparently trying ttlook calm Apply to W. P. Wnlton. Don't tnlss the great opportunity, , survives to spend tho few remaining and collected, but nulling Incessantly PaSMAUWD SOCIETY GOSSIP. at his cigar. His counsel consists of R. -- Two nlco building years of her llfo alone. They had no L. Hwcll, D. K. Rawllngs nnd A. L. IlUli.PiNd Loth. Skimit. AHHt.r.Y Liu.AHD Is clerks lots, If acres In all, for sate. Seo back children. Mr. Pcpples was a good, hon- Reed. Tho Commonwealth was repreest man und after long life goes honco Ingat ttiu St. Asaph. of my residence. J. II. Owens. with naught nguinst his name. The re- sented by Attorney James Sparks, Hon. M. a. IlAUOIIMAN has gone to Atlanta Ed Parker, H. C Hnzlewood, C. R. OKOIHJK WAI.I.H, who was Indicted mains wuro Interred In Goshen Ceme t i dispose of a lot of mules. o Ilrook, P. F. Stllllngs, W. R. Ramsey o for carrying concealed weapons n year tery yesterday. Mlts. JoSKPlI Com:V and wn, Joe o o and J: Walker Moron. Mrs. C J. ago, was nr res ted anj jailed by Deputy Lynn, nro hero from Livingston. o Tin; scamp, who burglarized J. W. landlady of the Catching Hotel, o W. Logan Wood Wednesday. Ho found o o Fkanic Hoi.tzti.aw Is working tlie Haughman's residence und took awny it testified that Miss Cloyd had been em- o o Harvesting him In tho Highland section. mountains for tho Osborne pistol and razor, now languishes In jail. ployed by her for more than two years, o o Co. Two por cent. Is not much, but small His name is John William Welch and and that sho beliovcd her to have been o o Jonas McKr.N7.li:, ono of Mt, Ver- favors aro thankfully received. Mr. S. was arrested In Deep Well Woods by strictly virtuous until Wilson's rela- o o was hero yeste. J. Kmbry tells us that the stockholders Marshal J. A. Shannon. He confessed tion began with her, coming up to the o non's liest merchants, o o day. ,4 of the old Saxton National, of St. Joe to tht crime and gave tho marshal tho time of Miss Cloyd's Illness, In the Inst o o Mlts. Mattik Kiiiiiy went toCorbln Mo., aro receiving checks for that pistol; tho razor, he claims, he let Hen- week of December. Before tho doctors o o Wednesday to get up a clas in elocu- amount. ry Logan have. Welch Is a bad Negro and Mrs. McLcar tho girl made this o o o In Order to Make Room for Spring Styles. tion. and has been In jail here several times. statement: Over two years ago Wilson o o It rained, hailed and snowed Tues Ho worked forjudge Uailey for awhile began his attentions lo her. For ubout .o Miss STKl.t.A 11AI.I.OI.' sent several o family at Lan- day and tho mercury went down to 20 and an overcoat was missed about the a jear ho tried to sedeje her, and at o days with her brother's o degrees Wednesday, which was cold time bo left. caster. o last succeeded under a promise of mar o o J. H. Owr.NH went to Loulsvlllo to und clear. Yesterday was clear, windy riage. Afterwards their illicit relations o examHkloFok SKDUCTION.-Th- o confer with his company, the McCor-mac- k and warmer und the signal scrvlcusays wero kept up, Wilson continuing to It will ha fair today, with a cold wave. ining trial of the case agutnst S. Thom- muko his promises. About Dec. 22 he ?oplc. as Rice, of Hurgin, for seducing a woA LlTTTKIt from Manall, Fort Klco, TlIK public school will closo Fob. 21 man under 21 years of age, en a prom- Induced her to allow him to perform a ays that Wlnfrcd Fortman arrived and tho following Monday, Principal ise of marriage, was held by Judge criminal operation. He had previously there nil right, alter sendlng ID dn given her some medicine, which sho M, O. Winfrey nnd his assistants, Car-on bohlnd closed doors Wednesday on a steamship. A Splendid Line of Mines Mamie Lynn and Lllllo Poyton, anil ne was held In $300 ball lo the clr-ei- look. Shu was compelled to stay In bed IN addition to tho painful bolUIn his from that time. When the doctors will opon a spring term of three months Is from one to eourt. Tho penally nose, Mr. J.J Mcllobert Is suffering with tuition running from 1 1 to $2 50 n wished to examine her she would not fl.- - j ears In the penitentiary. Tho with rheumatism, which keeps him month. consent until she wrote Wilson, asking wronged girl Is Miss IMa Wilder, tho confined 10 his room. him whether sho should allow It. He comely daughter of Wra. Wilder, nnd replied in Wagons, d GUOKOK D. WKATIIKItrOIlt), of Hankiilmt Petitions. W.c the negative. The note from bnught his mother, Mrs. M. and S. II. Itout, both of Ciuey, she was delivered of u child In DecemWilson wus produced in court. Mr. will be sold at the Lowest Living Prices. An inpromSho swore J. Wcutherfonl, here to see Dr. J. Ci. have filed petitions In bankruptcy. ber. of marriage that Rice hndInbyaccom McLear testified that ho went to Wll-Mi- n And Farming Implements which my stock is earnestly solicited. spection of succeeded Wol ford 'h schedule showshl liabilities ises Carpenter Wednesday. acund told him ubout it, when he purpose und that no other knowledged Mlh J C 1,1 A MVKUS, of Casey, Is vis- to amount to ?2,3j..1d, nnd usrot ul plishing his even that he had seduced her man was l partlceps crirainls. und said hu would do whatever tho girl & K). Hout states bis liabilities ut iting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Smpon, Her mother swore that she was 21 years suld. He tried to make her say that at H.171 60. und helping her to got straightened f 2,131.1.,, und bis x Give me a call and get my price-- . . otd hut August, which brought tho had Used tho instruments, but she out In hur new homo Tilt: Hluu Grass Grocery hut ehung-e- d act within the jienalty under the stat- she Mil. Sommkks Lkk, theadvnnco man managers again. Mr. J. U. Shelby utes. On the other hand tho defend-- , replied: "No, Mr. Wllon, you know of tho Nut HelssCo , Is from Carroll-to- n that you did." has resigned and Mr. Kobcrl L. unt swore that ho hail never promised i When the trial was resumed Wednes and u cousin of Miss Gertrude Howwho has been it clerk in tho to marry the girl, had never had illicit' day, Miss Sarah Wyutt tcstillcd that ard, lato of tho College faculty here otore, has been promoted to thn man- connection with her and that he Is shu found a lube and omo medicines in llKPOKT oamo to town that Mr. Win. agement. Ho Is good young a man und physically Incapacitated, but the judge Mis Cloyd's trunk. Dr. Foster swore (iooch hud died of bleeding at the nose, deserves the honor. Mr. G. K. Montgom- said that there was reasonable grounds that Wilson asked him to help him out but It happily proved untrue. Ho has ery, the traveling auditor for the com- to suspect Rico of tfto crime and be of the case and when he declined to do kldnoy trouble, hut was better of that pany, tells us ttut it young lady will as- held him as stated. W. A. Trlbble, so asked him for an Instrument with yesterday. sist In tho store. Ksq , represented Rico und County At- which to perform the operation, which Mil. ami Mlts. J. II. Swopr. and Harvey Helm prosecuted. Rice he also declined. Later Wilton told 5 Tin: Nut Koln Dramatic Co., which torney Miss Pearl King have returned from Are on sale and wo will take pleasure in showing you. We otter Is a jeweler by trade anil Is a quiet, him that ho had procured a catheter & where they went to attend Is to hold the boards at Walton' 0h Shelbyvllle, some splendid values man of about SO years. fiom a druggist, who recognized the Saturday matinee Wo err House tho fureral of their mint, Mrs. Huss. learn of un etlort being made by Instrument in court. Dr. Pennington and Saturday night, arrived yesterday Ad ovate. outside parties lo have tho mutter setMiss Miniikva Pahk 1'nr.l.ps en-- t and nro registered at tho St. Asaph us tled by marriage, but Rice says he will said that when hu was called ho diag nosed a criminal operation bad been jrtalnrd very delightfully at 6 o'clock follows. Messrs. Nat Helss, Chester In no case agrco to it. performed, but the woman refused to t;a, last Thursday, In honor of her IlUhop, Lw Silvers, J G. Stutzmann, guests, Miss Florcnco Mjcrs and Mr. J. D. H. McClosky and Sommers Lee Too Much Johnson. A party by permit an examination. She Anally Misses Hlancho Hulllogton, Herllteiss, the name of Johnson, but not the phrc consented and he found that the oera- K. Hush. Klebuiond Climax. Wc call special attention to our 60c offering. These goods usual. y nologlsl who ran uway with Miss Suslo tion bad been psrfomcd, sho told hltn Mil. H. P. OWSI.KY, cashier of tho Trlxlo Lewis and Rene D'Arcy. sell fur 05c, but in order to give you III! by Wilson. ,1s 4th National Hank of Columbus, Ga Kll.t.r.t) I1V TlIK Cuts. W. I. Moore, Hamm, of Rowland, worked several Dr. A. C Foster testlSed that Wilson people In tho county und ti led bis hand on a visit to his father, Dr. J. it. Owsan old nnd highly respected citizen of on n number of others. Ho boarded at asked him about the 1st of December ley. He say that tbu last was tho worst Danville, was killed by Passenger year ho has encountered for his bank, Uriah Albright' near Crub Orchard, If curtain drugs would produce an abortrulii, No. 21, ut Alum Springs, Wedb it ho declared II er cent, for tho last and beside beating hi board bill be tion. Doing told that they would he nesday. He was driving In a ph.vton six months nnd bad u 11,000 or o over. left with an overcoat belonging to a asked for a prescription but was refusand attempted to cross tho track, not Tbo capitulation Is now 150,00fl, with bcaring'the member of the family. Ho camo to ed. Afterwards he told him he was We offer them at 50o per yard, with or without Napkins to match. approaching train iiround u surplus of ttf.OOO, but it Is to bo reStanford the other day with a daughter responsible for Miss Cloyd's condition We have n splendid line of Stephens' Crushes at 6, Tand 10c. See a short curve. Deceased was a mer8100.00. Is serving and thut he wanted instruments to perduced to of Albright, whose husband our all Linen Crash at 5c. chant tailor for many years at Danville form a criminal operation. The doctor Miss Vwuinia HowMANgnven very a term for murder, nnd going with her and amassed nulln u fortune in that hundsome card party last night in honto Hill & McRoberU' olllce, asked Mr. replied: "Do you take mo for n fool? business and building houses for sale. Hryant. Thcro were or of Mls Hester McRobcrM whut It would cost tosccuru II you attempt that you will kill thu nnd woman." ii couples present. Miss Willi, of tied TllK Nat Relss.lRcperioIri! Co. began a divorce for the woman, who was Mr ton testified Dr. Ramsey Clojd Penningto eame that Mis and Miss Josephine Held On being told it would cost him it three nights' engagement at Wal- Nutt. for the ladles' prUe and It fell to .Mint ton's Opera House last night In tho about $30, hu wrote u check on tho her death by an abortion, which tho Held. Thcprlzo for gontleinen was greut military ilraina, "The Furlough." First National Hunk payablo to himself girl when dying, said was caused by aWanledtoMr.cn. Ander.on, who which is full of exciting Interest and for $50 und 'went down to collect It. WlUon. Thu lefenso ottered no testimony, but took 1 1 out of 111 games. Klegunt ro The company come high- Mr. Nutt remained in tho otllcc, but ON SALE freshments wuro sercd. Danvlllo Ad ly recommended and it engagement the fellow skipped, itlssup'xMcd. Prior nrgued u motion for bull which wa opvocuto. hi elTort to mur'y, Johnson rented posed by the Commonwealth in astroug here will doubilcr prove profitable to to Nkithkii Hon. (J. A. Lackey nor his It ami ery ugreeaole to our amuse Julius Negro's furm between Crab Or speech by Mr. Ramsey. The judgo aldiughtcr, Mrs. J. C Hulley, were ublo ment lovers. Saturday mati chard and Ottcnholm to a mau named then announced thu he would not attend tho burial of the wlfo and nee und Saturday night, a different Russell, without Negro's consent und low bail and Wilson was ordered to i mother. llolhhaegrli and the day was pluy will be gixen nteacherformance. tried to collect rent In udvanca but Stanford. While Mr. Rumey wa speaking for failed. lie borrowed a small amount t mi bad for even a well person to bo Shot intiik Hand. Pciry McLean of money from a German named Doub- - the prosecution, Hill Williams, a friend symputhy Is felt for tbera out. Great We have now stacsed on our counters several hundred pieces of Spring and Sumall, especially Mr. Lackey, whoso cup we shot lu the tlesby portion of hi Un which he still owe. Johnson wa of Wilson, sprang toward Ramsey with of sorrow overflows. Mm wife and sis- right hand Wednesday afternoon. Ho anxious to build a church near Al the words, "You are a G d liar." mer Dress Fabrics, among them nrc tomo of the neatest and daintiest things in thin ter wero burled on tho same day and ho was walking iilon? the railroad west of bright's and started a fund with tbo Ho wu sent to jail. Tho Incident goods you eer saw. We know there has long been a damtnd boru for some extra choice things, so here is the s'ory in detail. was unablo to look upon them before town when hu claims a Negro, whom promise of $25. Hu did many other caused mu':h excitement. ( he did not know tried to sell him n pis such things and thoso who have been Wilton was brought hero for safethe earth bid them former. tol. Ho wttf assured that It was not fooled Or gulled by him aro wondering keeping yesterday by Sheriff L. B. 500 yards of beautiful Organdie and Ho seem to bear up well 1,500 yards of Sliiit Waist fabrics, fanloaded und uficr snapping It sovcrnl whether he is crazy or it natural born McHarguo. LOCAL HAPPEHI N 6sT Persian Lawns. These sro in the sheer cy striped houiespun Madras and Zephyr time the Negro bunded It to McLean, scoundrel. Johnson is ubout 45, was under tho terrible strain. He usserts Ski: our llnooi white gojd nnd who reached out for it. It was then clean shaven when he left hero, of light contldcnce thut he will get out of tUQ gauzy fabrics anil at prices to suit the Cloths, choice effects in Dimities and PerJohn P. Jones. discharged with tho above result. The complexion and ubout II vo feet tour trouble, but did not toll our reporter most careful buyer -- 12c to 7oc. cales - 5c to 30c. rii more than that be would not show his Huckwheat Negro went his wuy whllothu wounded Inches tall Moi.AhHKrt und 500 yards of now Piques, aside from N O. of fino American Ginghams I'.OOO yard boy sought tho service of Dr. Crulg. hand till tbo uropcr time camo. Hut the plain, white ones with the ilat weaves, Flour ul Wurren & Shanks.' stripes and checks, with Lebanon it vordlct for $300 lino for Judgo Stanberry's hostility to him large ami small cords, there are solid in beautiful At sueli dellcato colorings that you can it.-.- .. Walton A message from Virginia wa rendered against tho L. A N. for he would havo gotten ball, he says, and' Iliilt?f.tttf entlrvlit. 17 colors, fancy stripes and polkadot - 10 to hardly tell them from the '.'5c iUalit) - 10a 11. Walton, law. bo would bring habeas corpus proceedviolating the mi in ono nlihl 111 u trup ho boughtof tells of tho death of James 50c. H. und aged SO, father of Messrs. James ing to compel it, but for tho fact that HlgglnsA: MoKlnnoy. Thu case will bo appealed. J. Frank tWnlton, latu of Danville, The Planters' Hunk, of Kunsus City, circuit court is but 10 days oil. Tho CS which occurred on tho 21th ut the TllK Ladle Aid Society of tho Pre Mo., has beer, closed by thu State au- last tlmo Wilson wa hero It wus to seo bjterlun church will meet with Mrs, home of hi daughter, Mr. Sulllo Hall, thorities und thu bank owilur uro a nlco young lady, this time he goes to In Gordonsvllle, Vu. Ills death leave Runkln thi afternoon ut 2 o'clock. jalt'wlthont ball to nurso a terrible Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries in endless vaalety, 5c to $1.50 A largo arrest pending an Investigation. only two urvlvorof u family of 1 Tho Religious Herald says that near- gnawing of conscience if he Is guilty of assortment of real Va', Haud and Machine made Torchons, 'Jo to 50c. AltTllL'K LYON, colored, tell u that eight boy, none of wliom wus less than ly 1,200 fewer baptisms wero reiwrted the horrible crime. HI sad condition whilo ho and hi wife were at church 0 feet and i an Inch tall, und one up to in Virginia during the lust association- - should be u warnlng.to all who aro dis a . Wcdncsduy night, his ben house Thcjdeccused wa that tall nnd al year than during thu preceding yeilr. posed to give uway to lust und then re relieved of 17 fowls. g weighed over 22.. He was u Tho damage suit of Dr. and Mr. L. sort to u worse crime U hide guilt. licwnso expired Wed- christian und un excellent manlnovcry J. Fnueuagulust Mr. K. H. McCunn Sheriff Mollurgue, who by tho way, Hall's saloon nesday night and tho door wero closed way. for $25,000, for slander, wa compromis- Is ono of thu jouncust sheriff in tbo -- NICK 1.1NH OF- 11(1, told us thut there yesterday. License ha been granted Gov. TAYLOIt. Thu baro announce- ed ut Richmond, Mr. McCann having Stute, being only out a u trade was no spcclul reason for the prisoner but ban not been taken ment that Gov. Hob Taylor will lecture retracted hur scandalous charges. on for the Block und llxture. W. O. hero Tucsduy night, 31, will bo tutll-cleTho war department bus noilQcd Col. to be brought here us tho excitement Custleman that his appointment of bad greatly sifbsldod. He also suy that Sced und W. II. Truylor aro tho gen- to pack the opera bouse, for ho llcuten-un- t Dr. Wilson, of Williamsburg, father of tlemen who aro uftcr them. ono of tho best aud moat noted enter- John C Hiowdcr, a private, as ,i und quartermaster in placo of Mlko tbo accused, came to London prepared hU tainer now beforo tho public. HI tint Mit. NatRi:iss announce "Tho Fiddle and tho How," U Salter, resigned, I Invalid and It seems to put up a bond for his son of $50,000. lino company will appear at the Opora lecture that Gov. Urudley' appointee, a Mr. . State Auditor Stone wants to suceeed iin,,...i tiiU. Friday, evening, In tho chuck full of wit, humor, sense and nonsense and liu delighted many thous- Davltoo, will stand. comedy. "Tho Judge;" Satur f,mr-aa commissioner of Internal revW. II. Holmes, a Danville grocer, Scott and of people. Tbo Maccabees, who Just Received At day nlgbt, "Cuba' Victory," a ' burned hi entire stock of tobacco and enue. engaged Gov. Taylor, will devote war druma will bo given. Admission have proceed to buying regalia and cigar on tbo public streets, and will KIMU Or 1U. UIUUS, Tilt CAOLI. matl-nc- o the net 25, 35 and 50o. At tho 2 o'clock quit handling such good. He recently Is noted for lu keen sight, clear aud dls Lynno" will be ask that all member of the order vision. Ho are IIium pertoas wbo use tluct Saturduy, "East generally, bought out two partner because they Sutherland's KagloEye Bui ve for weak and their friend presented, when each child will bo Admission 60 and would not agree lo quit handling tobao stes, soreejesof any kind or granulated admla-io- n grace the occasion. with u lack of candy, the ltd. Hold al Penny's at Ji osuU . ce. 76c. being only 10 and 20 cent. JIkoimno Hoof. Wtrrcn it Shanks. 3 - AUCTION ! J"" Auction three times daily, 10 A. M., 1 P. M., and 7 P. M. MARK HARDIN. oooooooooooooooooobooooooooooooooooo f Me-Le- Wall Paper T COST. W. B. McROBBRTS. ers' Furniture Store ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo I have Opened in the Room Next to With- i'i Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Ptiaelons. Buckboards, Carts, Wol-for- I.O-.l- Agt. McCormack Binders W. A. Brown Wagons n.-et- Mal-tlngl- y, C4RSOV, STANFORD. 1 Our Table Linens And 98 Cts. i well-behav- ed S t, At 45 Cts., 50 Cts., 75 Gts. Extra Value ! SEVERANCE A SOVS. t, m m This Morning! ..! up-d- er EMBROIDERIES AND LACES, 0:.-l- life-lon- JOHN P. JONES. i 1 nt 1 STATIONERY CRAIG & HOCKER' ut bore-abou- ts pre-tiont- y. $ . ji MIMUWflG. JX.McCLiAv! .W-ypjLa- Tbo Gcorpotow'n Collc;o base ball club wants O. II. Jonos, of thtn city, to i &a.UaZ.mTTXm&MymaxL&3rii.d.m?vm pitch for them tho coming season. Ilotr arc bringing from .1 to 3c. Tho wheat out look is encouraging. The i 1'Kli VJC Alt IN ADVANCK farmers of Casey put In an Increased sopsidma.BO will charted. acreago last fall. Cupt. Gcorjjo Qrcon dollvorcd a most eloquent dlscourso to tv crowded house at tho Hapttstchurch Sunday and again In theeVqnlng. Tho captain brought his newly wedded wlfo down wtlh him Saturday. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. fovor Is now on In The slngle-trco irncst and tho man who hasn't a patent a. M. No. S Arrrlvesat Stanford at . A. Jl slngle-trc- o Is not In it. Casey has rep No. 4 Leavea Slanford t DAT. No.tl Arrlreaat Itowlendat IJ'OO r. M. rcsentatlrcs selling this article i.OT No Lmih Stanford it SO counties throughout tho S'ato and they aro said to bo reaping a harvest. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Tho coneollilntldn of tho Mtddlcsboro 1J 37 p m Herald and Record, hitherto IndepenHo. U Train going North . m 2 41 N.M " .. t 71 k in dent sheets of that city, will provo ef" outh No. 15 .. HI pm NO.S " ficacious to tho causo'of democracy in For alllfolnu. tho old 11th district. The Record will bo'iou tickcts sold. iiaooao'k ciitoked thkoucm. be democratic to the core and wo hope It will prove "a power In the land." For anx Information enquire ol W. K. Lucas has just returned from JOE S. RICE, Agent, (Stanford, Ky. a business trip to Washington county. Mr. M. V. Jones has been battling FRANKFORfAHbllNCINNATI. with tho grip for the past few days. Miss Sallle Eason, of Cornlshvillc. is thI.. ! fvnkirt at O'.tO a. if. and S r. Mlddlcburg and ltlnir ."".V.ar0.:Sa'-arKri: at tieorg JI vicinity. relatives In Swopo has gone to Mr. John at :M a. m and 5:30 r. m.. connecting ... , . . , ... . town with Q AC. and reaching;rrsniionat i;oo uarruni cuuubj, nuciu uu wu uiuau a A. ST. an K SEWTOjf, A. O. V. A. crop. Several of our citizens attended county court at Liberty Monday. Mtts QUEEN & CRESCENT. Lorctta Davenport, of Dunnvlllc, is visiting her parents and other relaTrains pass Junction City aa lollowt. p m No. 2 North...4 11pm tives. No. 1 South ..ll " S4Sam Be.. ' . 1150am " "4 " ....lSlpiu Tho fall term closes FriNo. 5 " ". 8 03pm .. 112.1am "10 10 run no00am day afternoon. at J. W. I. be no oxer- No.1 " There will 1 ami 2 do not eton, fur 0 and No. Iclscs at all as tho faculty thought tho ther thin Junction City. ' nn.l.ln... ...Milan. LmiM DUIIJbU tntm U UUI lOblUU LAKIVin. nuuiU on ffln tho season. School will Monday with Mies Florenco Christopher as principal. Miss Cora Gooch, who has had control of the preparatory department will return to her Somerset home, much to tbo regret of friends she made whilo here. We differ with Brother B. about the proposed bridge at Liberty. Ho must be apainst Internal Improvement, some Made from pure thing that no Casoylte should bo op posed to, yet I will admit they have cream of tartar. been duped of considerable money In the past few years. Dut nono should food object to abridge at Liberty or elsewhere in the county, after having to put up with the many Inconveniences of high water. Tho county should be Afam baking powders are igrcaiat taxed to build at least half a dozen tncnaCstis to health of the present day. bridges. If there Is anything that the WOVAt aVUUhQ fQQCW C&, HtW VOW. county is sorely In need of it is the bridging of her streams. The Fulmen Brutum met Friday night and a most Interesting program with but few exceptions was disposed MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. of. In the debate "Resolved that tbo : Kentucky. division of the Protestant, religion denomlna-tablNewlj furnished; clean beds; eplcndad , lnto be varloua sects and s. Porters, tions has been injurious to tho Interest Everything I 89 of true rellcion," the judges gave tho meet all trains. al nw , , 1. t n ntvn , I ... ...tilH i.no at 'A resented by MlssFIorenceCbristophcr, Messrs. Alva Lucas aud J. R. Staton holng her opponents. Tho subject for debate at next Friday night's session is: "Resolved that wealth exerts more influence than knowledge." Affirmative, Miss Florence Christopher and Mr. J. R. Staton. Negative, Miss Cora Gooch and Mr. Alva Lucas. Last, but l TTr"''fjT not least on the program, Is the Liar, the olllclal organ of tbo society, by Clarence Coleman. Ills hoped that all tbo members will attend and bring some one with them. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Announce;. Ma camllitvv for ree Irrtlon Io III office of Itrprescntntlrp from the ronntv of Lincoln, subject Io the action of 1 r d mocrnry. HON. M. P. NORTH 'I &m mi All kind of work In l'pMlrtln ami Mslra.t. linking done In Wit style and wutknian.lilp. hnt llrlng In the country rsa hv thflr sulk lortn at thflr home IV reference. .il .MIl.AI,itCriilrtIl.ii,SUnf..r.l I flMi5iiiPwL J( f I the cm o Ring la the new Ring oat ths tils Ring la the truo " We brlnr to you the new nnJ true from the plney forests of Norway " Ring out the old BIG BARGAIN. Controlling Interval In n ftfst'clas. rout 40 hnu.es, 10 mule mint) for salo nncl all equipments now In full operation with n Ann trade (Irrnt opening t.ir anv man with a little capital. Term urn half cn-.l- i and balance In reasonable time. I'or full addrrsa this oflloc Evrr thing guaranteed a Thi Street List From Clnelns&U Vii DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Dayton. Lima to ledo, Detroit, Alralntemr wrrk.Ut. 1 train, To- - Michigan And Canada. fundar I'ullman and najn.r Mirn .raon nlchl train. Vmllbulrd failcrr tsrsondar trains on rfprcofiitcd. I h at V MaCfth. i una strong.-ja- rs. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent. PosHlvo Cure for coughs, colds an J all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Tho sore, weary cough-worLungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearinmucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling H removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. 8 OLD BY ALL QOOD DRUQQI8TS n DR. 3Z. L. LOWDER Clticlunatl To Chicago. PHTSICIAK AKD SHUQaiST, MCKlNNItV, - KlSNTUCKV. l'ncrtitluna Carvfullr I train, r k.l.y, S Iralna nn Sund.f. VrtTiuld train., I'ullman htandanl aad Conitartnt.nl Mtrvlng Cars, I'arlur L'.is an I Cat. Illnltij C.rv trr .ignt Uonipoundcd Day or ;w-n- Cincinnati To Indianapolis. S train f erjr wrrk.la j t Hale, unuiwur "J IAMMVKAr1SO.O.andiirrartnRl Honey. It rfTta quirk and permanent relief ta grip aawtUMcoogha and mMa. ItrzuLVra at. A. Metcaus, Bottles Only. 2S., 60o. end $1.00 SIxm BE SURE YOU GET SOTICE TO FHRMERS. I liavo on hand nnd for anlo Dr. Bill's PfKi-Tir-Rt- FORTY IlKOKi: MULES. Will m'II from one Io n enr-hu- d, Tut Dally ScrrJco to KaiiNHN City and the lally IMUnitnand V'a(nr J, tl M- Went Mrr. n Day Tralna. I'arlur Can For Sale At Penny's Drug Store AIm. LIVIST, rEED AUD SALS STABLE. (H9) II. 0. FOX, o J.12, llantlllc. Ky J It, II l.atitr.lraf l'ak At , Knonlllf.T.wi TraiHe Ktiwaaix, l"a lmc.r - C.a.ral 5eutbrrn Atrnt RoVal against alum he-ma- ny Baking Powder Safeguards the And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- BUY THE 4. 8. PRICE, Burgeon CHILLED- Wc liavn 'ot-- l our lands and lirrf warn all prraona from on tlirm lor anr nunxwo whatovrr. undrr lx'nallv of the law jirorldcd lu audi rsMs. - mors In the Ovtlei S. II. IIAI'dllMAN. T. I). NKWI.ANI). OBesersr VtcUoWri"' HUlIdlDf. J. W. HAfOllMAN. A. M. I'KNCr 1 P. K. 1'ATTKKjON, 8. IIAI10IDIAN, MIL-)- . H. II. HIIANKH, V 0I1IMI, Dentiit, POSTED. trrmlnr J, k. mitirn. V M. WAItr- J. H. Itanfurd, Ky, lr W. S. 13EAZLEY, D. D. S., J k i.v.n.v J. A. M luiucastcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain With VIlBllird I r. II. MrKINNKV. KKLANI). OWfl.KY, Sit. Air. I'liJilcUn In utlrnd-anc- FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. 20 Ofllro In the New Tliotnon llullulnj. 71 The Best In The World. For Sato bv HIGG-IN- S & McKINNBY. (vuntrr. Ihlrklr wtllr.1 WUI vli onsa.j t.rnitnr trad ir farm In Onlral Krn Th Mnroln County National Hank, of ucay. ii,i."i io n,uu iiin.rrnrs la a Addrro llai 11, Mana.rd, Kjr Sttnfortl. Ky., lias .uivitslrd the I'arn.i'r. trad. Hank & Tru.t Ui.. of rHantonl. Ky , and tiaa auniet all Ita (Uollltlra. a..rt. nnd entire uuatnrtk. .1. II. SIIA.NK, rrcldcnt J. It. OWSLKV. Ca.hlft NOTICE. r.flndld nillr. (fd farnilnf rnu farm efffMscr ths Mlmurl In Soullieatl line W.U l.jtr.. Kaniat, ,n)r ;) H. C. RUPLEY, FIRST NATIONAL BANK The Merchant Tailor, Mason Hotel first-clas- THE QUEEN Route, with its rail and Cincinnati and CRESCENT Steamer Connectlons.from the North forms to Florida and OF 8TANrX)UI, KV. CaplUl Stock 1100,000. Att.ntlon of Sarphi, J17.3C0 Stanford, Ky., I.ancaster, o. the shortest line West India points. Pullman Service through The famous CINCINNATI, LIMITED solid vestlbuled rt T4saVKIUA Fast Double Dally to Jacksonville. FLORIDA 'AND HAVANA Queen & Crescent, F.C. & P. Railway makes direct steamship nection on arrival at Miami (East Coast) or at Tampa (.West Coast) for ?wjir c s:rvlce to Florida via the Southern Railway, and con- - Key West, Havana, Nassau, Santiago, San Juan, and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans. Free books and information by addressing, w. a. bcckicr, n.f. a., tis aoaus sratiT. cmicsoo. ill., on w. e. niNcanson. gcn-raaa'ca. sgcnt. Cincinnati, o. l.ueMMd i. is. &mu r B.adiOMkuar.0. iimum. cm h m.m.uj lUaiur, career Aerountt o Iul, aduciarlrs.erui acd Indlriduals solicited. DiaacToas F. Held. Lloroln Co.: J W Harden. Stanfom K. II lUiiabuisn. ' S.T. llarrti, " J 8. Hncker, T I. Hill, W I'. Walton " W. A. Trlbble. J HColtier.CrahOrrh'd M. J. Miller. Mt.Vtrnoc. M, il.Kluiore, ejtanford. thl.li ins only illon.I Hank In Man lord. Un d.r ths iru.ulont ol tb National Hank .an depositors ars itrurtd not only by ths rspltal ilk, iH4t hr tli auickholdr.' liability lor an anioum iusltn tbs stock so that dpu.lioraof Ihla Inatltu. Uuu ars kcuMl by a fund ol fAO.uu k Its .won tat.u.ntaot tb rondltlnaul ths lUnk arsiual sach ysar to tbs United Mates lioterniueut aod iU aatsareeiauilne.lalatatel limes by (oT.iaui.nl acenU, thui Mvurlaaaddlttcnal anJVrWI aalet " todeiwslura. ThU lutliutlon orlalnally ntal.llibed ai tbs po.lt llank of Stanford In IsM, then miranlard!. ai th. National Hank ofSianlurd In andatali reuraanlird aa the Klnt National Hank ol htanfurd In IM2, baa bad practUally anunlnteirupledsiUt cnirlorMyrara. It I. better supplied now will lacllltles for iranaarllcr, LuiineM lri.ui Ml T and lib .rally than srer befors In It lont snd nonorabli th. public It rallsd to lbs fact thst la Receiving Ills Fall And viutvr Good. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. lJ FIRE INSURANCE PHENIX Insurance Company OF KKOOKI.YN, ssjs.McssjBiVI J,S. llork.r, Preildent; A UlTDSETAEEE! And Dealer in Clarenck Coleman. WHEN YOU HAVE A HAD COLD. J.J Mcltoteru Caibl, A,;UeKlnnsr ALlsnU"4iiler. I'flll.lO SALR orricsai. Caledonian : Insurance Tills Is u nice lay-o- to boat tbo I or HARNESS, SADDLER?, STANFORD. KY. 8sC. Csu'Mit!attttaaniult'i','T((a The Favorite Line LOTJISVILZaE -- TO- CHICAGO. Trains Morning and Kvenlng from Un- ion Station, 10th and Uroadway. i information and PasHonera rates to lsconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska and points in the far Wcat, Including California, should address Frank J. Reed, Gen. Puts. Agt , E. II. liacou, Din. Pass. Agt. Mgr W.U. McDol, Charles If. Rockwell TraiHu Mr. BIG 4 ItUUTK. TOLEDO AND DETROIT Alll'oluUln Wlchljio. TbtllMl Llnatosnd t'rau OHIOAGO. l)et Terminal WhltaCltrSiotUL" btatlon. ST. LOUIS. .AtoU1d( tbt Tunnel BOSTON. Sl(-j.- Wajoer 81pIn(;Cart. BCt Parlor Cart. Waijnrr OtsipartuiautCan, Llgiil log NEW YORK. Cart, 1'rlMl Cuulie. aud Dia ' Ca. D. II MARTIN', K O. McCORMIOK. ua. Traffic Mar, Gen. Puss. oYTkl. Ai;t .OINOINNATI, 0. Isabella, 20: llenamin Franklin, I1U; ItKD HOT FIMJM THE UVH Lord Nelson. $21: Emerson, iouj Wu the till that bit U. II. Slaadiuan, of New Holmes, $8, and Longfellow, $7.60. ark, Mich., lu the CIU War. It caused horribls sm Ulcers that no irratweut helped fur 20 yean. Then A Terpslcboreao carnival will be Ilucklen'a Arulta Satrs cured hliu. Cures Cuti, peoplo for llruUcs, Ilurai, llulU, t'clom, Corns, bkln Erup. given by Lexington society tluut. lloit Hie cure on earth. 23 eta. a buz. Curs tba benefit of the children's homo. It (uaranteud. Sold bjr fenny, DruggUI. Is ongloeered by tho same promoters as and they get 60 Editor Renjamln, of the colored or- the one at Louisville, gan at Lexington, Tho Standard, says: per cent of tbo receipts. Wo have no patience with tho cake Wben you cannot sleep for coughing walk performance. It Is usually indulg- takn Chamberlaln'.s Cough Itetnedy. It ed lu by a set of Ignorant "coons" who always gives prompt relief. It is most cut monkey shines and make them- excellent for colds, too, as it aids exs selves for tho amusement of pectoration, relieves the lungs and prewhlto people, vents any tendency toward pneumonia. m For salo by Craig & Ilockor, Drug, It I estimated that the wln'eroutput gists. m sj of the Klondike gold fields will amount At Lyon, Mass., Frank Young, aged to KW.000,000, which is double that of 67, Is serving bis 71st sentence for last winter, drunkenness. m jack-assem ii . bead of uriny atTalm: 3 fSUP IwUlvB? ret You want the best medicine that can C Gen. Russell A. Alcer, secretary ol for cowardice war, was be obtained, and thut is Chamberlain's in the face of tbo enemy. Cough Remedy. louwanta remedy that will not Gon. V. C. Corbln, adjutant general only give quick relief but effect a per- of tho United Stutei army, was for cowardice lu the faco of manent euro Youwunt that will reliovo tbo enemy, Kj;an, commissary Gon. Cbarle the lungs and keep expectoration easy. for falling You want a remedy that will counter general, w a to pay his gambling dobta. act any tendency towurd pneumonia. You want a remedy that is pleasant (JIM'S KAVAHES HOOMEU. and safe to take. Ni tuucli mliery and aaniany dcatba liars been -- sL cauxHlby e llrlp. that cserroa .bould ki.or Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is tbo what a wnnderful reme.ly for this inalady U foun.l only medicine lu uso that meets all of iu Hr King's New DIxxirery That ditlrwliik-tubb-rcough, that ludauiea jour throat, rob. tbeso requirements. This remedy is your sy.lem aud parea the jou of aleep weakens fs iiulckly topped by ths way for con.uiuptlon famous for its euros of bad colds .,,,11.1. nn. If vou bae chills Inanu wier and throughout tho United States and in uln In tho back ol fie hstd soreneM bones your that itrlps and that rou-uusrles soro Is an important purl of our stock. Tliej many forelgu countries. It has many throat like a throatyou niwl Dr. KlnsNsw U, tirlp, snd prereiil rueuiiionla are carefully prepared and will proeof rivals, but, for tho speedy and permanti cure your Moner M ct. snd I, or Consumption A trial ent cure of bad colds, stands without a batk It not cured M.. bollls fres ., . V J - Inentimable benefit lu little suflurcrs. Soothing syrups for tortured little peer and its splendid qualities aro Drug btors. Gentle but efficacious remedies lor An American collector old In Lon everywhere admired and pratsed. For don l miptlon autographs aa follows: youthful ills, Lotions, ointments, toilet salo by Craig & Hooker, Druggists. powders, puffs, sponges, combs, brushes A letter written by Washington to auo-grapWhen a NcwJYork judge passed sen and all articles for tlio nursery are Iters $3(1; a Waihlogton plain tence ou an "girl, prefacing $20;'Preldent Zachary Taylor, In great quantity and good quality. bis remarks by saying she had been 19; Prealdent Garfield, $'J; Gen. Grant, We have a full line of all well known found guilty, she paralyzed tbo specta5j Jefferson Davis, VX Washington Infant Foods tors by calling him a grey beaded old Irving; $3; Kcuu. $30; Ferdinand and "! Co., oi Scotlnnd. KOUND1CD 1NOS. Lincoln Co. Bonds. court-martiale- d court-martial- mt I. in yrjrm Tlic un(lciIgnid riimtnltUo upiHdnted by hii iinior in mo i im:ui ouri in Lincoln Count, will on R.B.MAHONY,A&t, BTANKOIUI, KV WcdncHdny, Feb. 15, '99, Offer for sain ut tlir l.'oiift-liu.- c door In Slunfcird. Ky., C7 I.lnroln l'iiiit Ikiud., i'aldbonds to lm Uaued In tlireu avrltw, to wn: buries "A," .orl "H ami .'erlti. (.' erica A" emlirncliij; f IS.uoo mid coiuUtliifr of 10 bonds of IJOOt-ucl- i nnil numU'retl I to 10 anu 10 tionda of fl.OOO enrli, unit iiuinln'r eij 11 to SO. Herles "U" embrucL-- a StS.wo of .bill bonds, COU.UtluK of 10 lunula of f3lK anil nuiulwri'U i'l to JO and 10 IkihK of SI,. 000 each anil uuuilwri'ii ai to 40. Series "O" eiubrucus i'.'i'.UOO of said Ixnid. t iin.l.tliii' of 10 bonds of tWQ eucli und uuuibrreU (1 to 50, and 17 bonds uf ll.noo each, numUrid SI to 07. Tlio Ixind. embruceil In series A" slia I Im) redevniuble at tin) uleaiuru of th.i court In and after tHu leiir. from tlio Uatt. of thflr lK.mil and hIiuII Lm. dun ami titralilii It lOjenr. from suld datu Nrli' slmll bn ri'dceiiiaMo ut tliu iiliu.uiu of lliti court 10 year fiom llm flatti of their In and ult. r ImuhI undduu uuU piHUblu 15 jtun from said date. Herles "C"' sliull In) rodeeuiublu at the pleasure of tlm court In mid after 15 utitl duo yeiim from tlio dito of their und (utjable lu SO years from aald date. Tlio Im sold will hear liitciiist at rate of bond, to nu 1 court-martial- J. T. Qustonville, SUTTOWT, - Unrlortolcor, Kentucky 4o Offers tils services la lbs ieoils ofWsot Uroolo snd Casey counties. - ull stotk of Cufllussnit Csjk. stsalwayson hand. 1), B. Carpenter, Manager, ti Medicine For Children NOTICE. the trado with Pulls Hrnnchand other good Coula. Alv, Hay, Corn, Data, DhliMlutr. I'lour, Ac. Wu uImj handle-- HrUk aud bund, ltemeinber wu take 1'urm Pro ductalu exchange, l'ronmt dellverv and attention to all order, umcu and scales neur I.. i. depot. Teleglioue No. 44. P. 6. We also enrrv hwlnif Mari.i.i.. Parts und Attachments and do all kinds of eg repairing, I'Kltlll.N A 1'E.NCE. Wo nro tn h. liar. Penny's Drug Store. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE 11SE3S Trade Marks DcaiaNS) &C. Anyoos ssndln a aksteu and dssorlptlnn may quokly asosrtalji our opinion fres whether au Inesntlob Is probsbly patMitabls. Comuiuulns. tkons strloti eonadsutUL Usndbsok ou t'sisnu Patsuts. tsnk frss. Oldest sssuoy for ssvunus; Co. recslrs PaUnU taksa tbroush Munu A Stselal otU4, without cbsras, lu ths COPYRIGHTS) A Kanr4aUsKilv awistila-iw ... n Scientific fluKrkax. ttasn. im llln(ra.l(d wsk1r. MrnMt rir nt anv ssaiAntiAn lourriAL Tritt.JM . ii t roar mouiiui, f i. pomvjiu naiwutaiT. Pfl SIIBrMtfm. NftW Yflft 4 ln'r cent. Ier auuuni, iintahlu keuil-unally on Punt. 1 anil Mar of each j ear Tim uunua win neur u,m jiar, I, lew. Any ru demptlon of suld buuds Iwforu their matur !) made auvurally accordlii" tn ity tbo aeries and serial number of the bonds, THE beKlnuloK with bond No. 1, tkirlua -- A." Hald bouda and coupous will Ui pauhlu ut the, Ill'S Lincoln County National Hank of Ulan ford. SYSTEM. i Ky. Honds may bo rvdeemtd ou Keb. 1 and 1 of each jeur upou 'M Uaja' previous notice given by couuty jud(o to Lincoln rENETUATKrt County National Hank of aald courts' Intention to redeem any of tbu bond aa herein GREAT provided, bald bouds shall cuaao to bear EIGHT STATES interest after aald date. ralofaaid bonds Ksntucky, Tenuessie. Virginia, Georgia wlll4bo for cash, to the highest aud best bid..urn, anu souiu uuronua, der and will be offered In lots of 11,000 with Alabama, Mississippi, irlrllegu of $5,000 until all bonds hum been sold, the committee reaervlnt; the privilege) of offertn-- ; Uio entire, uuniber at ouru und acceptlne ths bid rualttlii-- ; the moat money. Usl4 bonds are aold unconditionally uud ab Detween Louisville a ni' the South. .tracts desired must bo puld for by luirtles asking same. the) bonds will Ui niulr. The tiurchaser of nd to placu In the Lincoln Couuty NutUmul UA1L.V Hank of B tan ford, Ky., u forfeit of (l.bou luitaedlatclv ufler the purchuMi of tlm Eueh ) Ikiwwii Loulsvlllu and Islington ' Ixnids. Witness our slguaturea, this Juu. 10, 1600 W. A. TIIUK. II. I'. A.. I I'. llAILKV. WaAlujiou. D. U J. southern Railway CITOT s 1 He-i- Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS TllKJiIS r Bt, WiiOstoa, V. i tiEO. II. CUOI'EII, VComteo II. HELM, "V II. TAVLOK. A. O. P. A. Louisville. Uy Fjj5!i3s i rju