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LANCASTER. 12 NO. 98 Thocntertnlntucntalthocourt-houjiwaa a delightful affair and rcallrcd 110 for tho good work for which It was Riven. Mrs. Petty ha boon very III. Mlts Anderson vlaltcd Mis IIcmIo Slinp-oMm. Cy Ping of l'loo Hill, I ail week It low with pnoumonla. Jack I'injr la homo from Danvlllu. Mm. Arthur Scoll ban returned. Tho friend of Dr. J. M. William aru pleaded to hear of lit continued Rood health although ho has takan au ocean voyago and U now In Cuba. Tho doctor U "at homo" amonif any l.urroiindlnge.hls Rental winning many Irlonds. You have noted the klllloir of Will Hundley at Ilrush Creek by Klxa Lang-fni-i- l. ranilil tho readers aeo this wlerd. ly, pleturcquo point Uon tho K. C. Hriineh of tho L. .V N., tboy would not bo aurprlaed at tho many traged lea connected with It. HIIU loom skyward on each sldo of tho treacheroua creek which Jlowa so placidly until swollen by tho winter rains; oponlnga to caves are seen In tho hill side from tho station where tho parties In ambush flrcd upon Hundloy several months ago', largo bo'wldoMof tho glacial porlod appear to bo Just ready to topple over tho hillside to crush Into tho rustic residences of the thrifty natives. Two country stores supply tho wants of farmers of tho vicinity and hero tho new of tho day discussed. If tho most sensational dally paor Issued would send Its ablost correspondent to this spot noted for traRodlcs, ho could find material for pon pictures that would roako him famous. Ho could hero study tbo effects of heredity uod morall.o uon tho civilizing effects of education. n, 1 TUB UTT1.K CAl'ACITV Or OltRAT MEN Tho mercury registered Several Ml. Vornon boy are now In TO MAKK ANII ItRTAl.S MONRY zero ThuAday morning, Culu-Mcs- sra. B. T. FIU and Hob (Tu tb Alitor of Ih Interior Journal ) coldest of tho season Pin); of ttio number. , CltAli Okciiaiiu, Feb. 8.- -1 do not o Wednesday Mr. bolow looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o EaBWawawSawawawE. aKJawawawawaBBBal being tho millions of money and shedding much blood to civilize other nations 'hey should romcmlicr that there nro heathens near homo Gon. I), it. Collier returned to Frankfort on Wedncfdny. Mm II W.Gaines, TO KENTUCKY DEMOCltATS. Mr. Thomas Austin, Judge Hurnsldo WHY DOW wns necessary to purcbaso Florida In and many others have the grip. I nm jcuanx. J. iiKECKiNiumiK announc1810. that our right arm might not bo unable, es KOtI ATTOnVYOKNEItAL. to give a full rcKrt of those, on fettered ty a foreign foe. Spain. All tho sick llsu I I herewith DANVILLK. KY.. r'i!lJ 8 this territory acquired was contiguous. good on such cloo margin thnt wo ennnot wait for ticks. We Tho exceedingly cold weather has' candidate, for four We are selling our keep truck of our SOCKS by chatting them dawn. Two pilrs Sic worth Sc. and absolutoly nccestary. and acquired kept everybody nl homo and tho.ro aro announce myself a under democratic administrations, and no Incidents or news Items of Impor- nomination for tho olllco of attorney -tho present expansion party bitterly tance to Chronicle. Occasionally wo general of Kentucky. This announcement would have been opjioscd tho acquisition of this territory hear tho startling statements that made somewhat earlier but for a long becauno they said it would bo slave deep snow bns fallen, that It Is a very and severo Illness, from which I havo SUITS MADE TO OltDEK, CLEANED AND PRESSED. territory. cold day und that this Is tho coldest day i but now recovered. If tho six Nuw Lngland States fur- that wo havo had. If cold would de What my qualifications aro for this nished mora than ono soldier In the stroy microbes wo could expect u year position, or what my claims upon tho Mexican war, Franklin Pierce, and ho of health. confidence and favor of the democratic 136. afterwards a democratic president, his The unkind thrust at Itov. George O, party is not for mo to say, further than tory has failed to record It. What has Harnes, re.'erred to In your last Issue.ls , han ...ap.i,,...! .iln ,,rofesslon of z become of tbu Indiana " awsar a proof of tho fact tli.it the samo Tdnd , th(J ,aw fl)rmoro llian.-;- yenr., ttnd have regiment that rusbed wildly through uipcopmnru living With a rery largo and select ttock and uvco. uiay inni undoubtlnir. and ocrhans t.artlJeff l)vls' gallant Mtsslsslpplansalthc when they laughed at Noah, for build- - hnn nn . t,mm,rL frora ullPiieit manhood. battlo of Huuna Vista, when tbo gallant lug tho Ark, and crucified tho Savior. To seek, no less than to accept a oar-t- y chieftain shouted out, "Mississipplans Knowing Huv. Barnes, as I do, I would nomination, Implies accord with tbo We ran pleno you In Shoo, for Women. Children and Men. We atand at stand firm! "Ict tho retreating men not use that languagu In referring to of that party, the top for Quality, Style. Kit. A.C. You cin buy from us Shoe that aro go to the r !" And thus ho and "a til in, for ten thousand worlds. UU pore policies and principles solld'a low priced n anywhere. and a willingness on all proper occu few moro grapo Capt. llragg," saved life, however, will not bo effected by to advocate and defend them. tho day and won a glorious victory, such unjuit nnd groundless assertions. slons doing bo in this year of graco The against fearful odds. For several duys a l.idy has bion soil would bo to mo no new nor Irksome Then e keep the highest grades. In fact, tho place to get your Shoes, Wo now extend from ocean to ocean Ing a preparation for Cleaning clothes. task I havo helped to fight our party Oar dents furnishing Department la full of good things In from tho great lakes to tho gulf. This She is very persistent In hcrclToris.iind MIDDLEBUR6. bittles for maiiy year and with all my wlllado. Let us not Imitate onro free, approaches n in in and applies It to his In I havo believed OwIol' to high water and continued and glorious Home, expand by conquest clothing Ui liw how the work Is done. strength, because Unit party and lis missions with all my ' Newest things ln colored Shirts, Dress ShlrU. Neckwoar fllovos. Iloslerv. bad weather, tho saw mill has dono but till we break in pieces by our own She uppru.iubed W. 15. (Keg) MaMin, heart. It ha nover yet failed the peoTints nnd KTerythlng to make a rain. Trunks and Valises. llttlo for a week or moro. groat weight, with her scattered frag who retreated to Clerk Duncan's otllce, ple, no jot nor tit nor will It Abating I). G. Klllotl bought 15 sheep In tbu ments llko a dismembered body, lying to winch placo sue tolloweo, wncn Ma- our past t0 of ..Lhn.Hn,. declarations of princl. Wall town section last week at an aver-ag- o bleeding all over tho world son lifted his hands and Implored her ,,v them without ouallB- Jd. of about William, tho Conqueror, had foreign to desfst, Informing her that his wlfo ca,ion TK- - f At..llr. Qt.n win a tuo ivcnitiuuavu tiri.l lT.tfr.taiilnr aiuuavf TM1TTTT.T.9 TTV or Or,ologv. wo shall be ready. I uuiuin ITnnca mi mmm full Hedged territory attached to his crown of Eng- would be offended. Ho Tom Moran Is now a then hurried pPOf0undly believe, to meet and deal patent raodlclno man. Ho Is represent- land, and also ono of tho King Henrys, homo to Inform Mrs. M. how nobly ho wth every DCW ,)robiCm of the Incom-ha- d ing Dr. Dowllng'adoublo-breaated- , by hereditary right, in the defense of acted. When tho sumo lady ap- - lo(, conlury wilh courage, with ed purgative which England was Involved In war for power four-hoPony Heazloy ho was affected olljm at)(1 wlth widora. hhm .Jgg mrm - wv- I1U. nearly 400 years till finally they wero with nervous prostration. ill x Bliall bo very proud and ver. ,;ral0. it Umild hv tho.o In a ixltlon to lost. And this redounded to tho welFoolish as It may appeur tho snow fui lf( ln tho approachlng campaign, I know, that Cosoy will Instruct for P, fare of tho whole nation, and England suggests several Valuablo truths. Its 8hall bo thought worthy to bear your governor. However a a maratlmo uower, W. Ifardln for waxed stronger color is emuiemauc or purity, anu H' commission. Hcspeclfully, IJtll Goobers election law Is mighty and greater till sho acquired tho namo descends noiselessly to earth, being HOHT. J. UltKCKINMDQE. (!) among Catey democrats. popular of "Mistress or tbo Seas." analogous to truth, but, as all things of There Is an effort being made to ro- 15 States and about 10,000 such origin, it becomes tainted us soon Wu havo HUSTONVILLE. organUo tbo band hero, but with wbst miles of coast over u murine leuguo of as It comes in contact with things wo aro not advised. A Unn which, Tbo weather and war aro prevulllng success tho common law and admiralty earthly, and Is soon hidden from view, subjects of conversation ln this city. band Is a very nlco thing to have around havo dlvislum Imporium. Thoso islands as AND- truth Is behind tho forttllcatlons of Wllkcrson & Allien sold in Pari but as a soured of revenue to M mem loo far away; tho pcoplo not homogo-niou- s. falsehood. It comes us a pure, whlto cattlo ut $38. bers, It Is said Kybo a failure In u little And thai standing army of 100,. shroud and rests on tbu corpso of na- Monday 34 burg llko thlt. 000 men ! Hlackstono says: "In u land ture, from which lifo and beauty will Market dull and mean. Look ut them In our windows and on the lines In our house. Nothing Mr. Smith Vowcll, ono of our best Wo occasionally write a llttlo lib In of liberty It Is nxtrcmcly dangerous to soon spring. In this resurrection of boys, reserved. Will soon need the room nnd need (tlie money now. Not from horu, but raako a distinct last resigned himself to a nun a.i at an item priced more than order of the profession naturo we seo u similitude, of tho resurof a benedict. "Put when wu do It is couched In such Ian of arms. In absolute monarchies this ! rection of tho germ that rests with tbo pathctlo state, that cuago that no ono Is deceived by It Is necessary to tho safety of tho prince, It down." Hut nevertheless wo extend bodv beneath the real shroud. to Mr. and Mrs. Smith Yowell our Hut when It comus to reporting tbo and arises from tho main principle of Tho fiscal court convened again on of price- of stock sold, or tho their constitution, thatof governing by Tuesday and divided tbo turnpikes into heartiest congratulations. 2j News was received here last night of And many odd mzes and job lots at less than cost of production. crops, wo always avoid "stretching tho fear. Hut In free States tho profession four sections to bo supervised by tho iMj blanket." of a soldier, taken singly, and merely four commissioners elected ut thu last tho death of Mr. Uob Pierce, of LiberOf course K. 8. Hector Is a candidate as a profession, Is justly an object of meeting. A committee will bo appolnt- - ty. Ho was a business man for many for tho Legislature. And It Is devout-edl- y jealousy." A vaunt imperialism t Pres- - ed to select und lease tho best quarries years of that place. Ills heavy finanhoped that ho will bo elected, for ident of tho Uulted States, Emperor losses caused his health to glvo (Ml ira of along tho roads and everything will bo cial ho has boon a candidate for some ofllco tho Philippines ! Gets these Goods ready to begin tho work of ropalring way uud ho never seemed to rally from or other over since I bo Hood, and his Now I Und I shall havo but llttlo space thu roads, ull over tho county, as soon his hopeless condition. Ho leaves a election would probably put an end to to talk about money making und keep: as tho weather becomes settled. A wife to mourn his loss. Mrs. Samuel his cumllducv. Lot's all vote for him Ing. Hut must say meu of greut capac- butter feeling prevailed among tho Held is still on a visit to ber sons in "Hah" for Hector. ity oltun have llttlo capacity to maku members of tho court and tbu excd, New Orleans. Sho will remain until Look at them, you can allord to Keep them until another winter If .ack Delk, who spent three weeks ut or save money. I once read of some problems connected with tho road ques- - after Mardi Gras. you don't need thcui now. Several of our families havo received Prleo Infirmary, Stanford, just great man who said bo nover bad time Hoc will bo amicably udjustod, Tbo Josoub beforoChrirtmaa, under treatment for to make nionoy. Thomas Jollerson.tho nrdcrcontumplatvs repairing und main letters from their soldier boys from n diseased leg, lias entirely recovered, greatest political philosopher tho world taining thnt part of the roads in tho Manatl, Porto Rico, saying thoy would xx :v II! and says he Is onioylng better health over saw, had no tltiio to maku money town limits, just as tho companies own- leavo for their homes in a few days. yearn. Ho tips sail ou the Mississippi for than he has for several Wobster, tho great cximundcr of thu ing 111 em did. This will uvo'd tho com- Thoy will tho beam ul l&i pounds, which Isngalu constitution, was sued by his butcher plications which have arisen ovor tho the States. Their lotters stated that of SI pounds slnco ho left tbu Infirmary. for his beef account and hosald,"suo mo roads In D.invlllo. The court claims Capt. Penny had been telegraphed to In readiness to leavo T. S. It. na often as you please, but don't starve that It would be unjust to Imposu a city liavu. everything that point for home. Situation of things 1110 to death; send mo soma moru beef;" tax for this purpose, when tho taxpaytub i)i:.ii.Y tiiur The Second SesMoa of t'io Scholastic Year, 1SA8.0, and now li again at.roaj In the laud. Th all jou breaths Hyron wrote bis sublime ootry under ers In thu city aro already taxed to has changed vary material".IMi't nnrixl lb ay lw full ul It. (alal Ills Imposstblo to givo perfect facte. ou will iiu In ilir Ui rntuiuouU a cloud of debt; Milton's aublimo gen support tho roads. uilii or linlt.ilf.tb. ,uJ iVii.uuil.tlnu mlliMilarhe. dull II. ime aUiia ius walked In blind but stately poverty Their letter wero dated Jan. 23d. ls arfrblll.. Ilh torn. lbs urn, or hrary suJ Mr. Jim Hopper left last Saturday KorCourssof fctudy.Termiof AlmlssUm. .to.,Bnd fir Ottilogui or call at the Ibruat from nmnma through tho coverts of Heaven and AN HONKST MKDIflNi: KOIl I.A aitll'l'K iuujIi IJoii'I wwts lirnluu. thus (Vulrge on d of hog. His liner g with another cuutTi with IrocbM, tsl.UU oM'-or- . trestli IhU Gardiner, Wultt of Ooorgu It at MUS, NANNIK S. BAUFLKY. Lady Principal, Stanfoid Ky. tlu-alr Klug glared in horrible p.agnlllccnco amid Mo., says!W. "I havo South tho worst (xi I nt Is Salisbury, N. C, HarryJHock-or- , .imps fur InfalUM out will,fur bruucbltla tho lurid vaults of hull; 8, S. bad Prentiss, rnunljr .N.w DliuY.ry. lb of Danvlllo, spent Sunday with his Iruubl.a. tt klllslUe .ll"i Ifrnu. Iifala th liny ono of tbo finest orators of ancient or cough, cold, chills and grip and havo SHfclV. ON, and i.rrnta lb ilra.rd afttrtlta from Hi II parents. Mrs. Allco Lusk baa gone to I'M snail.uo. .uni;y nl modern times, was never out of debt; taken lots of trash of no account but .ly .,. ... .asMamMassaa , ,. "" Cincinnati to receive tbo attention of iurel. AllUlUlllsiWssllVnBj's I'm bwr. Thomas V. Marshall, of Kentucky, wus m profit to tho vendor. Chamberlain's noted oculist, Dr. Ayres. Many of tho Army officers declaro that Kagan's u biasing genlua clothed In rags; Steph Cough Remedy is the ouly thing that our horsemen attended tho Faulconcr fMMWMaMaMriiT roward for asaulllng Miles Is without an A. Douglas, tbo "Llttlo Giant of tho has dono any good whatever. I havo sale at Danvlllo and reported prices bottle and tbo chills, parallel In military annals. Ilia pay. west,- was 110 millionaire; the great used ono perfectly satisfactory. Mr. W. C. mora than Frauklln, walking tho street of Phlla. cold and grip havo all left me. I which was 500 per annum Steamer Connections, from Route, with Its rail and Greening has moved in town and Is runo dolphla, bad but three loaves, ono uu tbo manufacturers of an that of a United Blatca Senator, the North forms livery stable. Ho ning a first-claand V Cincinnati VaaawwaitJ unchanged at 5,dOO. Ho Is not dor oacn arm, and ono In bla mouth, honest medicine." For sale by Craig scorns to meet thQ demund of tho pubto Florida and oxcept thtt ho when soon by Miss Reed, bis futuro AIockcr, Stanford. the .shortest line confined to any limits v lic In every way. Postmaster II.loR. Fast Double Daily can not leavo tho United States with- wlfo. Ho who owned tbo Court of West India points. tho lumber king Camnltz has been con fined to bis Ud William Cameron, Heaven was oradled In a manger, and out notifying tho war department. to Jacksonville. Pullman Service through called on the fish's mouth for a small Is dead at Morgan City, la. Ho owned (or almost two week with a sovoro atHOW'S TIIIHf rheumatism. Mia Llzzto BoFLORIDA AND HAVANA C The famous CINCINNATI, Monoy 1 pi no and cypres lands, lumber yards tack of Hollar lUwar.1 lor soy coin to pay trll uto tc tvsar. W offer Ouellundnd beon homo on a short stayj with rwwoflilarrh thai uu not b eured lj Halls no sort 01 teat of capacity or qualifica- and law mill all ovor thu Southwest. gle has service to Florida via the LIMITED solid vestibuled , , tion for olllco. I would rather bo an or- His holding wero valued at 13,000,- her pcoplo. She was accompanied by Southern Railway, and . Queen & Crescent, Dr. Carl Lowls Wheeler. Dr. Wbcoler ba'a known V.J, l"f"r ator llko Hryun, llko Ephralm S. Van too. W. Ih uudtnl.-DfdMm I, or IhJ lulls tar.au4 U1U Is much pleased with his nuw location direct steamship con- P.C. Si P. Railway makes oralil lu 11 biulow tranaacllou. aul ni.auclallv w ionic, or iiku 1ui, 11111, man to ue a THE CAVAdlUJ OF (11111'. bla to trr out au oUbistloas mJ bjr Itiefr In Lexington. He now has an otllce of Vandcrbllt or a Rockefeller, or a John That uioJirn aoourg. Ih lrl. iwlwus tb air nectlon on arrival at Miami (East Coast) or at Tampa (West Coast) for 0. wXt A Tui'ax, WbolMsl UrufiUts, Totals,Drug. Jacob Astor, and Pd rather bo Bobbin with llafat.l (vriua.aa that no bom Uufsfruoi his own. Success to him. Miss Bertha liarsisicra but uullltuj hat fuuuil a ur Wiuiso,K1!isa A Mahvih, Wuol.aal leaves tonight for Qulnoy, Ky I lu Pr Klug'i Morse Nassau, Key West, u.,'..,..u t.0' . "'?;. i. ,.,. ini.llr. .clln. than all of them Nw Pliumry Wlwu yuulwla aun una In jiuur on a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. FONTA1NK FOX UOUMTT. Uhim auj uiumIm, bar chilli an J ftir, with aura dlmlly uiwu lb blood snd uiuivw surlsm of lb Judge Kapler has bad bis fy.Uiu' rrlcs7Sc.lwr boUls. Bold by sll Vfu. n.nu.1. lulu In lb back ttf lb brad, catarrhal McKeo. and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to iviupluunanja alubburu couh jrou uiay know nepbuw, Mr. Sam U. Caldwell, of ul.U..TiUuiouuiiir(. . MINU IHUITATIOK. New Orleans, Free books and Information by addressing, ouLaflhlJri, auj Ih.tjuu uwll'r King's Isiully lllll r lb bl, Hall's Is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Sis UlKunrr. ilwlll promptly curlbwonl with him, Miss M. S. Logan is . a. stcalta. n. r. ., ua soaks strcit, chicaoo. uu, will cure It. and cuugh bral Ih IntUmel uuib(.u kill IhtdltvaM moving Into Dill's Sagaatu soya that Cortes will voto by her new homo which Is nrtta o( ill dreadiHl c. RiNtAaaoN, ocii'l rticoa. imt. ciwcihhati. o. dive audi struugtli to tho lung that a cough ......I,, .ml iirvirut Mel- audll, afirr loujr a majority of UU to ratify tho treaty of or a cold will uot kettle there, Tweuty live IhaiuaUdr Afries 1111 irwi.ai rrouya Uik If lust comnloted uud Id oulto a cozv trial, viut I place. lta(Mu4 la Ik. aul I uulfureJ. J IIW.Mf.0, IUmuw, Im f UlartlU4 UuUl, LaaJ aU a UiU,," kt ju. vt'iiism cuiij itu cure. Bluru, pcaco with tbo U. a. wish to remain a silent paoaenger on ilia III fated bark of tho Kepubllo as It lloaU slowly and sllontly down the stream of ovents Into Imperialism's dark and tldoIeM gulf J In 1803 It was necessary for Jcfforsoa to purchasctba Louisiana Territory In order to remove tho Inlluenco of an unfriendly nation and to (on wide the aorta of tbo Hcpublic, tho Mississippi Illvcr. It was nrcosiary to annex Texas In lHI.'i, and acqulro New Mexico, California and other territory 000 miles long and 700 miles wide, a vast domain of U'10,000 square miles In order thatthc giant Hcpubllo might atretch his feet to tho golden wavo of tho Pacific I On Milton Poor nnd Miss Jonnlo ltd bio woro married near Iluona Vlata, this county. Thoy nro popular and prominent In that Wo aro all for Col. It J. Hrcckln-fldg- o for attorney gcneral.'a Hon. It II. Torr.llnon will not ha likely to run, slnco his nnnonnucment, as they aro ' warm friends. o o o o o Wall Paper AT In Order to Make o o o o o o o o o COST. for Spring Style. While the administration la spending W. B. McROBBRTS. ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o IF 'TIME IS MONEY' THE CLOCK GO OMT ICK? -- , :OUR a' EMTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING REDUCED IN PRICES Telephone No. sassw' , The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., DANVILLE, KY. aaswMaa panic-stricke- ,h, 0 HSSBtS ssaawasar siswassw I FREE PIKES 1 I 1 n-a- ' I I I T I GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. UNDERWEAR ! 1 1 1 ,,i. CA LDWELL & LANIER, -- 5mm I self-actin- g, patrl-proach- r.. vv I I (I IMUST GO I OUR OVERCOATS I I WINTER UNDERWEAR 1 i - pnrct COST I I Nothing But CASH I 9 I 3STO TICKETS. I I ACTUAL I H. J. M'ROBERTS. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM WILL BECIN 7TONDHY, JKNUKRY 23RD. PRESIDENT. illa-h- ar IM-t- car-loa- QUEEN A CRESCENT " con-tlnu- ss L'pBj" n nifcla i CtoSk lllr (Uvaii, Saitiago, Sai Jm, . - "v ' 1 .,' M SM-'i- Z&W-S- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv.. - I?En. 10, 1899 W. P. WALTON. has been slow tn coming to old Charloy Moore, tho btathorskllo o atheist and purvoycr of obscene lltcra-turmedium of his disrepthrough tho utable sheet, known as tho Bluo Grass Dladc, but It has corao at last. At his Clncln-nat- l, trUI before tho U. S. court at In which ho appeared without a lawyer and dofonded himself, thereby furnishing much amusement to tho spectators, he was given two years In tho penitentiary. When asked If ho had anything to say boforothosontonco was passed on him, ho defended his course and closed by aylng, "I glory Inwhatlhavodono." J. E. Hughes, foreman of tho printing onice, who deposited tho paper In tho malts, was Justice let of this county, defending him. Tho article complained of was one advocating frco love and tho uselessncss of tho .!,, Knmmnnv. For some time, Mcoro has been playing tbocrazy rack et and It may bo wai nis iricuus mu ., Mmnntof Drlson on proof that his mind Is diseased. It can bo very easily established that It Is perverted and that It would havo been much better for tho readers of his filthy sheet If ho had been put In a straight jackot long ago. As tho original euggester of Hon. Hobt. J. Breckinridge, of Danville, for attorney general, the iNTEMOit JOCK-NAtakes pleasure In printing hlscard of announcement, which appears In column. Thero Isn't an abler lawyer In Kentucky, a sounder democrat or a more deserving one, and when ho takes the place that BUI Taylor has made a botch of filling, as ho will do, the olllco will be conducted by a more capable man than it has been during our recollection. Colonol, Judgo Sonator Breckinridge, you shall after next December, be known as Gen. Breckinridge, and hero's looking at you. Tf well enough, tho general will open his campaign next Monday In Shelbyvlllo. L on-ot- off with a fino of $75, Judgo P. of Lawrcnceburg, and formerly In ttin i.Wtrict tho stalwarts of was expected to make, without tho msiln oxamlnlng wit Jackson would havo voted for him, but troubloand oxponsoot bo able to nnMM. It I n full and comploto exon beyond thnt ho will not show what of Alger and tho war depart- prove anything. Uo can eration course, and Gen. might havo been, If that's bII. A rement, as a matter of Is Miles Is hold up for ccniuro for state- publican Congress mny think that regard to tho beef sent to sufficient to establish his claim to Mr. ments with bollovo It tho army, said not to bo borno out by Gilbert's seat, but wc don't tho fanm. This ronort too was a part will. Advocate of the original program. It has been BRlEntWs70TATHH. evident over slnco tno war ocgn u. thn Administration had It in for Miles Thrco prisoners mado their escapo and that it has done all In Its power to from tho Owon county jail. keep him In tho background, wnuo a Tho Wheeling It Lako Erlo wa sold comparatively obscure subordinate, under foreclosure for 11.000,000. who was mado to disregard bis orders, Mrs. Sua Hodman, relict of Dr. Hugh viu nviohnd forward. An honest and Uodman, Is dead at Frankfort, aged 70. thorough investigation ol tho war and John Jamcsoc, Jr., postmaster at tho methods of tho war department Mlllersburg, died suddenly Wednesday. wnnM hnw a. stato of affairs and a con Holland's famous gold pen fnotory at spiracy against tho commanding gener-a- t Cincinnati, was gutted by lire. Loss of tho army that'ls not only discred $30,000. itable, but mean and scandalous. A man was fnwon to death at Prlnro Lateh. A dispatch from Washing- - ton, and another at Hockford. 111., nnd inn as. va that tho oresldont has appoint another at Chicago. ed a court of innulry to cxamlno into Three children, all of different famitho charges made by Gen. Miles nbout lies, were accidentally burned to death tho boot and other matters regarding at Alton, III.. Wcdnosdav. tho maladmlnlstraton of tho war deIt took only six round for Oscar partment. Gardner to whip Solly Smith beforo the York. THE Filipinos after making further, Lenox Club In New Gen. II. K. Bledsoe, famous during mor-e- y but feeble resistance, wero at tho artillery offof tho Americans and Agulnaldo ap- tho war as a Confederate City, Mo. Otis for a truce, which was icer. Is dead at Jefferson plied to Gen. Fit7.lmmons has called Sharkey's not answered. Tho rebel forces are whip him In disintegrating and the Americans havo bluff of $1,000 that he can soon. aro holding all Important 10 rounds nnd they will meet advanced and Tho dedication of tho Kentucky and points around Manila. The insurgents fiporirln State monuments at Chlekn- aro attempting to concentrate at 4 have about 7,000 mautra Park, will bo hold May 3 and whore they A gigantic comblno to inciuuo nil men. An advanco nas occn oruoreu on nnd steel interests, wun a Hollo and by this time It Is doubtless In thn Iron cnpltal of $700,000,000, Is the latest In To tho hands of tho Americans. y taken sale. Lady Nutwood, 2:101, brought Tub whitewashing comralttco has proving that Jackson county tho Leg- SSOO. In tho re out of his district by an act of flnlnhnil It work and handed J. C. Smith will havo a lot of draft bcon port It might havo made, and which It islature and that If no chango had THE. horses on the market hero Monday. Wnrron Stoner sold Oakland Baron to lvd ward Winter, of Pennsylvania, for $12,000, the next day after ho bought him for $10,000. Eraplro Wilkes, tho 17 year old stalo lion, by Georgo Wilkes, dam by Patchcn, dlod on Dr. Norwood's farm near Lexington, of colic. In Colorado 00,000 sheep havo died of cold and hunger nnd In Wyoming 50 per cent, of the cattlo havo died. It Is tho wor twlntcr ever experienced. Strayed from my farm Wednesday 1,1 night a bay filly, hands high. Information as to her whereabouts thankfully received. Wm. Trlrablo, Klngsvlllo. Joo Hales, of Itlchmond, and Wm. Itobb eontraclcdjWilh D. II. Hampton Mam-urlntbreo-ycars-o- LOUISVILLE STORE ! We promlio nnothcr Rlorlnui week of nnrxsmplwl hsrgalns In tho Clwirsnco Hsle of all Winter Goods In DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND BOOTS AND SHOES. mon opportunities letup, If you will Uko the llmo to visit our store you will prices than you will likely see spiln allr this salo ml; ply jour needs for m like ill other things It will havo an end. We are not figuring how much tho goods cmt but how cheap they shall &e reduced, that you will see at once tho necessity of Mippljlng lr w for 1,000 lamb to weigh fi pounds ami upwards, In good condition, July and August delivery at 5.05 Winchester Democrat. Jo L. Browno received Monday 102 extra feeders which ho bought of Simon Well al4!c. Weight 1,150. Tug-gl- o & Sharp this week sold to J. W. Bales CtJ feeders, welcht 1,100 pounds, at 4c Winchester Snn. Bland, Hlghbaugh It Summers with in the last thrco weeks shlped 20 carloads of fine cattle to Jersey City, Pittsburg, Pu , Indlanaiiolls, lnd., and Louisville. They paid 4 nnd 41 for stock-er- s and 41 forexport cattlo. Elizabeth-tow- n News. Sales of 300 barrels of corn delUercd at White's Station at $1.35, by John I) Present And Future Needs, CM lf.W I til? A.V. ... . w ...a... M..n.a ,1.1a ..-. n ;wm vine t.i.- - v.aL ..a- Ill .M th yards Fa.icy Calicoes, 31c 3,000 ynriN belter Hhrxtlnc- - 4e mr vsnl. 4 4 Hlrnclird ljl.n.lbi i I wlllf, ltifl I TO l?..l.1....at..a I P. I 1M,..M 1, a.1 ........ ll.nnnl Jl.. -- .. . .....v., .,v, jrnni, oneeuiip, muiu.aitni yard; a few pieces of Flannelotlo left worth 10- -. now 71c per Ticking, only 5c per yard, a few pieces of Flannelette left worth 8jc now 0c per yard. Men's and Ladies' Heavy Underwear mint move regardless of cost. Men's and Hoys' Clothing at prices to pleae nil, tl.Lll- - .1.1. I, 1. wnilC lUIS imrgsill Items: 1.000 r-l- atO.t. insui. naio I. rards Csllco. 3c: lt.j.M ,,,.; -- -. 2,0jTO ..t ITnMi.-.rlin- it .,-- ijc(r o 7-- afl LACE CURTAINS 3 yards long l.are Curtains, 50c, " 75c, 3J yard long " 3J yards long extra wide -ce Curtains, OSc, 33 Inches wide Scrim ancy ttrlted In pink an I1 I Harris, 3.1 1,000-poun- d cattlo at 31 and a cur of hogs at 3J and by Joo Me- Cormack to J. B. Adums, of Lincoln, 53 stockcrs ut $17.50, are noted In tho blue, 7c, officers and CO enlisted men; wonndcd,8 nlllcers and 109 enlisted men; missing- ,- their casualties were: Killed, 3 trusts. FOLt. pay for six years with no work is tho punishment that McKlnley says Muck-guaris snlllclent for Gen. Eagan, tho of the vilest who turned a sluco bllllngsgato upon the commanding general of the army, because ho dared to tell, what ho Is able to provo conclusively, that the best sent his army was under pretense of experiment and that It was unfit to cat. Tho attack on Miles was a disgrace upon civilization, as goon well as upon tho army, which will become a mob If such Infamous doings bo rewarded, instead of condignly d, pun-ishe- d. meritorious service and mitigating circumstances," coramutos tho sentence to suspension from rank and duty for six years with pay, at tho end of which tlmo ho will be retired with tho usual half pay. This Is getting ott protty lightly considering the offense, which, had It been directed to other than Gen. Miles, would not have been granted. success of THE president approves the finding of the court martial dismissing Eagan from tho army for conduct unworthy of an officer and obnoxious In the highest degree to discipline, but "In view of his gallant conduct in battle, long and I the Loulsvlllo Times, The which foretold tho result when McKlnley got hold of the Eagan caso, as a phophet, has embolden It to mako another prediction, which Is that McKlnley will suspend tho tusponston beforo ho goes out of office and cheat justice out of her dues. Such predictions oro almost like bettlug on a certainty, that Editor Logan" will not lose In either event. ox-co- pt Gov. BKAULKY can't scare tho boys off by tolling what a thankless job that of governor is. Thero aro any number of republicans wb6 are longing to succeed him and at least three democruts who aro tearing their shins for tho nomination. The honor and tho $0,600 salary more than ovor balances tho vexation and worry Incident to tho to those with bees In tbolr bonnets. Since tho time, whereof tho memory of man runneth not to tho contrary, Editor Boll has never failed to give In each Issue of tho Georgetown Times thu tliuo that tho sun rises and sets on that day and tho length of thoduy. Hut for It wo would never know theo things, as wu seldom look into an alma-nuavu to sou whul kind of weather to expect. of-flo n excuse f jrjnoruuco on any subject wbeu uu can get the Information by buying it Courier Journal alumnae, which cost Itto. It Is the most complete compendium of kuowl-edg- e that can bo obtulucd for o small a sum. THE Harrod.burg Democrat says It poldoesn't know what Judge iiar-er- 's itics aro. Wu will Inform it. It aro 'I iiKKiS I democratic. named Baihas a pit-orac- o ley' MlsUke. Iked must havo named MAINE Tampa. William Carrlngton. In j.illat Perry, If John D, White accomplishes no Oklahoma, confessed to the mrrderCal-of more than toshow how much rottenness n family of threo while ho lived In exists among tho republican leaders ifornia. Aaron Shackelford fell from his wa in the 11th district, his efforts will not havo been in vain. Ho made Chairman gon while drunk, near Princeton, and Barnott, of tho Stato central couimit-to- tho wheels crushed his skull, killing niiknowlediro that tho loiter bear him Instantly. A pamenger nnd a freight train coling his nam? and Imlporing the people vote for Borclng, tho party nominee, lided near Pollock, La., killing two nnd to two others. Tho was a forgery. He also showed that fatally wounding whisky and other disreputable methods freight crow was asleep Edward E Thomas and were employed against him, out ot them Judgo Borclng professed entire Attorney Walton S. Hlnckle both committed Bulcido In aan Jose, California, Ignorance. tho same day by Inhaling gas. Mk. Watteuson uses up two col Mrs. Mary Williams, her grown son umns of good spaco to say that tho and two small children wero drowned Courier-Journ- al has no preference as In Clinch river just over the Tennessee between Goebol, Hardin and Stone, as line, while attempting to ford It. all free silver coons look allko to hlra. Miss Ella Bowen, who killed Henry Ho savs. however, he will vote Defllnbaugh at Sistersvllle, W. Va., for er, over a republican high protection trying to kiss her by force, wns acquitist candidate, for which assurance mucn ted on the grout dsof thanks. Tlmo was when tho great Tho Stato board of health has issued editor did not havo to say how ho a small-po- x warning nnd advises everywould vote. Everybody knew that It body who hasn't been vticcinatcd withwould be democratic. Alas and alack in seven years, tb submit to It again. that wo have fallen In such evil times John Hooper, a Cincinnati man, with and habits. a mania for tombstones, stole 18 of them from Graceland Cemetery, ChicaPOLTICAL POINTS. ut go, and used them for F.ivnriihln reDOrt for a $.10,000 public his home. building at Carrollton has been made The cold wavo Is sweeping the South. to the Uouso. Tho mercury was down to 10 at Atlanlion. W. W. Combs, who represented ta, to tho freezing oint us low as JackMadison In tho last Legislature, has sonville. Flu , 20 at Memphis und New announced for Orleans 2(i A dlsnatch from Lexington suys It is Cnpl. T. II. Crawford, a hero of the likely that B. A. Enloe, lalo editor of Mexican and civil wars, died ut Louis- tho Dispatch, will assume control of vlllo, aged 70 Uo was wounded fivo Thu Argonuut of that city. times In tho former und three times In failed to the latter war. commissioners The orison atrreu on the selection of a doputy war- Andruw Carnegie has offered to glvo don and Edward Booth, of Anderson, tho city of Atlunta $100,000 for a free was named to act temporarily. library, provided tho city furnish tho Hon. J. It. Mount, of LtiGrungo, Is site and devote $5,000 a ear to tho making an active canvass fur tho Sen- malntennaco of tho Institution. ate from Oldham, Henry. Trimble and At Winnipeg. Man, tho Manitoba Carroll, and has lino prospects of sue- - Hotel und tho Northern Pacific offices !SS. wero completely dostroyed by flro. Loss In tho voto on tho peace treaty 40 $100,000. Tho hotel was tho largest republican', lo democrats, 3 populists, building In tho Cunudlan West. 3 sliver and 1 independent voted to rat Negro has been electA ify, while 23 democrats, 3 republicans ed u leglslutlvo representative In Jaand 1 populist voted against. maica um a whltocandlduto. Disorder S. P. Dlshroan, of Hurbourvllle, has resulted, and also tho resignation chairman of tho 11th Congressional of magistrates and parochial boards. district, will bo a candidate for tho Excitement over thu outbreak of democratlo nomination for railroad meningitis at Morgnntown, Is subsidcommlfsloner In tho third railroad dis- ing. Five deaths havo been recorded trict. u fur, but all tho cases, save ono, aro nhiilrmxn R. D. Hill has called u Improving and the physicians thlnktho meeting of tho 3rd railroad commission worst Is over district republican committee to bo held Charles Roberts, a farmer living near Lexington, too. Coffey vllle, Kan , placed some djna-mlt- o at the Phoenix-Uotol- , 18, to fix tho placo and manner of seon tho stove to thaw It out. It exlecting a candidate. ploded, killing Hoberts, his wlfo and Thu 2d rullroad district democratlo child and u Negro whose name is coinmltteo has culled a district conven A. C Darrow und another tion to be held at Frankfort, April ti, to Negro were badly Injured. The house nominate a cundldale for railroad com- wu wrecked missioner. Precluct meetings will bo held on the 1st und county conventions la:id an. istosk. on tho 3rd. iuiiL'iemun.DuveCoUun Is looklug Arn at William Uroaddus' sale In 1 40. for un easy place to fall, and his frluuds Mudlsou brought Georgo D. think thu governor's chair at k runic-fur- l, J. M. Coffey bought of site. Gov. liradley could Boone u bunch of oulves ut $17.60. just his At Woodurd & Khankllu's sale tho disabuse David's mind on this point $30,885. Tno Kuntucky democruts could do to first day, 08 horses brought Morellltto ou tho Tarpey stukos at also.- - Louisville Post. Win. Klalr, a Blackburn man, was New Orleans yesterday, worth $1,000. Thirty trotters from tho Walnut Hull oomluuted for Legislature at Lexingby 200 ma furm sold at Lexington ut an uverugo of ton over the jority. Moses Kaufman beat Mayor Hll. 1:501, Is Sum all for treasurer and Walter S. The dam of Star Pointer, was uomluated over ueorgo now 27 yours old, but Is thought to bo Broostou B. Klucald, present luuumoent, for so In foal. Bessie Loach, 2:081, owned In Boyle, llcltor. no trouble in brought $8U6 ut the Lexlngtoo horse Mr. DavUou will have n. th bric-a-bra- c ed . enlisted men; total, 253. Thorebelloss is estimated at over 4,000 killed. Con. John C. Underwood was choten n onn of the vice presidents of tho Na- tlonal military convention, In session at Itlchmond Climax. Oakland li.iron, the great slro and trotter, brought $10,000 at tho Wood-nr- d & Shunkiin sale at Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. Wurren Stoner, of Ml. Sterling, after a tilt with Mlko Bower-masecured the prize. It wus a dreary county court day Monday Including weather nnd business. Thero wero 1,000 cuttle at tho Norrls pens und these brought from 2 to.'e. The mule market was quite brisk, n number being sold at Gibson's stable at from J20 to $125. Horses wero dull and few sold. Puntagruph. saddlo Dignity Dave, u stallion by Chester Daro and out of u Welchmonl mure, sold at .lc lust week for $.VI0, was considered the cream of tho salo and his owner should lo congiatuiatcd un purchasing such u lino animal. He belonged to D. S. Carpenter, of Hustonvillc. Montle Fox bought In Marlun und put on slop Wednesday 100 cattlo which cost 21 to 4c. Slop at tho distilleries sells at to 7c u bushel and a steer can be fattened on It at $1 i'. a month. With tho hay and straw fed and the pay of a man to sea alter It, tho cost Is about $2 u head, muklng the lot cost Mr. Fox $000 for the throe months he has engaged for the 100 to bo fed. n, three-year-old 1 White Bed Spreads. While Ikd .Spreads, "1 by 72 Inches, only 50c, ' only 72c, ' 8 1 by 72, " IK) by 7.', " ' oidy DSc, " " HO by lCOMarsclIlcs pattern. " These good nre nude of tlifee ply yarn, both warp and filling, ami warranlrd not to weighlcn with nny sub.lance whatever, uiijqtialnl In quality, style and finish, Hemmed ready for use 11. IS. 40 Different Patterns of Percale at 5c, 7 c and 10c. l-2- oflcred, 2"c and , 25 doien Corsets, tho hlgfst btrgaln Wo have iniiiiy oilier thing- - at surprisingly low price, hut for llio want of spar we nre complied to love them off, hut coma and we for youoelf and be convinced Winter good go nt cost and below coil. Fascinators, Flannel Skirts, err Ladies' And Gents' Underwear- All have to go to mnkc room for Summer Goods. Come nnd get your share of the bargains, don't wait until Ihey nre all gmin and then wnnl them. You may cry your eyes out and we couldn't supply iha IjnggMt w int. Come an I be convinced. The Louisville Store. T.I) ICANEY, ManaKer Uranchnlores at Paris, Carlisle, Mi. Sterling, ilirdstown. I.awrencehurg, ynthl ana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Eliiabethlown, Frankfort. Mauckport, lnd. Yor "Xkmynbws." Inspectors condemned 10,813 cans of army beef at Havuna as unlit for fond. Col. Colson's 4th Kentucky will leave Annlston for homo today lo stay. Next Wcdncsduy Is the first anniversary of tho blowing up of tho Mulnc. Six cuses of yellow fever have developed In u Now York regiment recently sent to Cuba. Full report of tho casualties In tho Manila light in thu 7th, show 40 officers and men killed and 118 wounded. Tho naval committo will recommend tho construction of 3 warships, 3 urinor-c- d cruisers, t! high speed cruisers und 3 protected cruisers. Col. W. C. Smith, of the 1st Tennes see votuntcers, dropped dead ut Manila of upoploxy while leading a charge on tho Insurgents. Hu wus u Confederate veteran. J. Y. lUssell, Jr , who served in paymaster on tho gunboat, Wilmington, during the luto wur, jumped from the fourth story of tho Great Southern Hotol at Columbus, O , und wus instantly killed. Admiral Georgo Dowey has purchased 3Q acres of land on Gerrlsh Island, between New Ilunipililru und Maine, und ol his return from Munlla he will erect 11 cottugo there und resido on thu Island. cant HErrEit a VTCJiLCJAM IJBHBS9 For For n cast plow or a PJMW 8 e. I(M(P1!11MAL We hnvo sleol plow REIDTTOIEIDoil On all the goods, and beg lh.it you nnd see us before buying, PRICES S. K. WEAKEN A SOV, krfrtJMw i JWJbn9mmSw WL WMff iillll " Ring out the old King In ths new UAKk2i1 K We brine to you the new nnd true from thi plney (orcs!s o( Nnvay DR. BELL'S Agonclllo took all the Philippine Junta money with him when ho skipped to Cunada, und tho remaining members of tho outfit are wondering who is to look out for them A cabinet mom ber mado tho stutemonl that ho thought Mr. Carnegie was furnishing funds for tho Junta. On Saturday Agulnaldo declared wur against tho Americans and suspended thu constitutional guarantee. Monday after getting a drubbing lio whlnlngly proclaimed that hostilities wero unexpectedly and unjustly provoked by thu Americans. Gov. Bradley has turned over to tbo State National Bunk, of Fruukfori, u roport of tho money spent for hospital trulns to bring homo sick Kentucky soldiers. Tho amount expended was $1,325, which wus borrowed from thu bank named, and the next legislature will bo asked to make au upproprlullou to pay It back. II B. McCounell btiol bis father, A. II. MuCoonell, to death at Nashville, while ho was beutlng und choking his ' mother. a aBHkVaBaBaBaBaBaBaHaBaVaHaKaall ' Pine-Tar-Hon- ey H ' Nature's most natural remdy, Improved by science to a Cure for couchs, fMlTO rauLa-baL- colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Luni',3 and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out i the rated ; the ml. rote-bearin-g cause of that U J,.inR 3 removed, and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and soothed so that thero Is no Inclination to cough. SOLO BY ALL QOOD DRUQOISTS Pleasant, Permanent. Positive I AM as YCAR8 OLD. Jirf Dfr lluuey. ItriTMqulrkaiM.rrtaentivllif la grip mwUm roughs and colds. Ittnakra Bottles Only. 25o., OOo. an! $1.00 SlstS) DE SURE YOU GET BamJ Dr. Bell's Pim-Tir-ICt- ttk luojt r uonj.-il- ni. II. A. For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. yCfc?fc5$. ( llcuull. AJrvx A.C.glHB,( STANFORD, KY. Metal Hoofing. Cypi'CBsShhig.es Iron Fence 5p Mill Work. grH ip mmrJMSFSf- - """flr-i- ? W --"ffgii I (Rap ii,"ff- - T" TffT" "WW f3T"V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'. Stanford, Ky., E, C, Nf.W goods and fancy cnndlos 6 and 10a store to - Ki.h 10, 1899 Walton, Buhinghh Manager. Youh doctor knowi thai you bare tho right kind, the best quality and tho exact quantity of medicine when you navu your prescription niiouati'cnnv' Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Tho war department has wired LlouU W. T. John-storecruiting ollleor at Lexington, Fink box stationary. Now and un- Ky., to enlist colored applicants for at Craig fe Hooker's. cavalry and Infantry sorvlco, sending 100 liUHIIF.t.M clover seed to tell at re the forraor to Fort Grant, Arizona, and duced price. U. K. Wcarcn it Bon. tho luttor to Fort Douglas, Salt Lnko City. This Is nn oxcollont opportunity At.I, kinds of hay delivered In town for young colored moo to get Into tho low prices. J. II. Ilaughman it Co. at regular army. Recruits for whlto Ins NOTIIINO In town can touch It Chaso fantry and cavalry regiments aro also Jt Sanborn's ColTco. Ulgglni it Mo- - wanted. Apply to Lieut. W. T. John ston, Main St., Lnxlngton, Ky. Kinney. n, . . m at tho C01.0RKD ItKCRUITS. Hkv. J. rlllu Tuesday. u car of thoy will bo hlghor, buy now. II. Ckol'CH went to Louis- - Ilaughman ic Co. Just received deed-Oats- ; M. SAMNUr.it I UjuutIIIu Stora. wl'.h tho buy In tho J. A. A 1. 1. KM U up after a inontli'i olgo with tho grip V. FltANK MuKinnkv and wife wont to Louisville Tuesday. MllH. JOHN W. KOUT U convalescent from a poll with stomach trouble. Mil. J. S. H1.KD8OK and Mrs. Jamo I. Ilalloy havu both boon qulta slrW. KKV. Hen lltXM. whp In evangeliz ing In Tennessee, la ultho St. Asaph. UllKltlKf' 0. M. HltOWN, ol Catoy, took tho train hero for London Tues day. Mit. O. w. Martin and hu pretty wife, ol Lexington, aro on n visit to friends. Mary Hknduickb, ol South Louisville, li tho guest of Mm. W. II MitH. Ilrady. II. C. Week ended his exltlcnco with no overdose of morphine ut Lex Ington. Mr. and Mrs. I). I. Ham. went to Lexington Tuesday to see their son Kverclt. V. S. IlOCKKit, of Kansas City, Is visiting his grandparents, Mr. und Mt. It. Cobb. U. I). IluinilT will leave tomorrow for Sulutu, Vu., to work turthuDcurlng Harvesting Co. Miih. J. F. Cummins, of Stanford, Is tUIiIdl' tho family of Judge V. II. I'ct-tiiit. Somerset 1'aragon. J. A. SAL'NIitlltH, of (iurrard, hicd through Tuesday on his way 10 Louis vllle to fell hl tobacco. TllK Indies' Aid Society of tho l'n- byterlan church wilt meet with Mr J M. Alvcroti at 2 I. M. Friday. CA1T. ItOIIKRTCllAl'I'Kt.U of Leba' non Junction, la hero to sco hlr father J. V. Adams, who is 111. Mrs. Jami-s- T Carson, who Is vis James V. Garrison, 70, died In Madison, IIOUSi: with six roomo, akltchon and Mayo, Mercer county, has a now posta basement, on Main Strcot, for rent master J. C. Kclloy. Apply to V. I'. Walton. W. H. GUI and C. It. Royso killed 52 SII.VKR. Tho First Nutlonal Hank rabbits In a few hours' hunt. Adair sent 1.1,400 In silver to tho assistant News. K C. Sowlo, of Somerset, has petitreasurer at Clnolnnntl Wednesday. It tioned In bankruptcy with $1,402 llubll-Itle- s weighed 2Z1 jwunds. and t2T0 assets. IK your taxes aro not paid on or be William Smith, an L. .t N. .section fore next Monday, Feb. 1.1, county court boss, shot himself accidentally through day, your property will bo advertised tho leg at White's Station. at once anil sold. This mean you If Arrongemcnts uro being perfoctcd you full to comply. S. M.Owens, sher- for tho erection of n band stand and flro equipment houso in iff. Somm is J. S. OW8I.KY, Jr., counsol for th o erset Paragon. The U. S. court of appeals sustained Flannerys In their case against Clvens' administrator and sureties, notlco of Judge Ilarr In his decision that tbo It. N. I. & U. railroad be and fixed tho reversal of which was recently tho upet prico at 3210,000. made, has filed a petition for rehear Win. Hamn, of Madison, who claiming. ed to bo un soldier and boastllltOAMit'fl. As wo go to press wo ed of how many rebels ho had killed, learn of tho death of Prof, Gcorgo W, died In jail us he ought to have. Ilroaddus, a brother of Mrs. Itohort Just as Judgu Suullcy had finished McAllslcr, who tins frequently visited charging tho grand Jury, Luther Trlm-b- lj her here. He lived In Missouri. Moro was Informed of tho deuth of his extended notice Tuesday. mother, Mrs. W. U. Klllott, nnd ho A IlANKUUIT. J. D. Swain, who was Immediately excused. During 1M3 the lotul cxtciidltures of lived hero for several years, but who has Ik en In business at Somerset for Richmond amounted to $2.'I,IIS.10, und some time, has taken ndvantogo of tho tho receipts to J2.i,I.T).77. There In tho treasury only $.1,020 f7. bankrupt law. Ills liabilities given amount to JI.'JOS, whllu his assets are The Indebtedness of the city is ubout $10,000. only 110. John Newell, whoo wife dlcdnshort TllK Advoeato says thut Mr. W. Ver- while ago, died nt Hronston, I'uluski non Itlchardson Is receiving much en- county, this week of cancer. Ho was a couragement to become a candlduto for brother of Messrs. William O. and tho Legislature Ho Is a bright und Samuel Newell, of Somerset, and n llco promising young man nnd can count on old gentleman. tho support of this olllco, where ho Tho following death occurred in ticd to hold a case, from devil to edi- Madison Monday and Tuesday: Gerhard J. II. NEWS OF THE VICIMASE. . , in tho'-squar- o. m d wcro thoprlnclpals, caused her husband to lcavoher. Tho marriage of Miss Mattlo Crow Ilosloy to Smith D. Yowell, occurred at her homo Wednesday afternoon as announced In our last. Tho bride, who Is tho youngest daughter of Cap-- , toln and Mrs. Jock Hosloy, was handsomely attired and never looked prct--. nur man wnon sno mccu tho man of, God, leaning on tho arm of tho man of her choice. Tho ceremony, which was a beautiful one, was pronounced by Eld.J.S. Kendrlnk, nnd her brother. It. L. Doslcy, and Junius Hi Uockcr, of Hustonvlllo, stood with tho bridal couplo. Only a dozen or so of Inttmatu Irlondsand relatives wcro present and after tho ceremony raost of them drovo with Mr. and Mrs. Yowell to his father's, at llustonvlllc, whero a royal fenst was spread. A number of their friends from tbo West End gathered and tho evening was spent most pleasantly. Yesterday afternoon tho brldo and groom camo to their homo hero and uro now domiciled at tho Myers Houee. Last night, they with numerous other friends, took supper with Mr. v as uuu mrs. m u. nauey ami all wcro 1. made to feel that It was good to bo thcro. Tho brldo Is as pretty as she is bright and popular, while the groom Is a (1 no young man of good habits and Is as clever ns tho days aro long. Thoy received many presents, which partially attest tbo high esteem in which they 1 J Lowest l'rlces. TDDR E7ES Will bo 2 !' Accurately Tested Arid Fitted CRAIG & HOOKER'S Work Guaranteed, It Is tlmo you wero getting your plow started, and w old country Iwysl know how N ow don't It Is when you go to rig up a tetrn, lulf of your harne will, be tutsf in?. jump on the hired hoy, but come tight to BBAZLBY & CARTER. And they will fix yon up nil bands, etc , nnd right with plow lines, trace chains, co'lars. liames, back Will sell you a Deering Binder, white Puts up your plow harness. 1 kro'bclJ. RELIGIOUS MATTERS. Ulsbop II. C. Morrison, of Atlanta, will move to Loulsvlllo to llvo. Dr. John Williams, ranking bishop of tbo l.plscopal church in America, died at Mlddlctown, Conn. Police wero called out at HulTalo to protect a Catholic priest from violence at the hands of members of his own tor. Schaufhuitsen, wall-kno- merchant . J I Record of this date tailor; Mrs. Matlldn Million, Alva prints u picture of tho proixwed hotel Slovens, prominent In milling circles, and Opera Housu there, which, if fol and Sidney llisle, a prominent farmer. iting Mr. l'rcwlll nt Winchester, Is lowed, will lay In tho shade anything of Anljab Humphreys, of Adair county, critically 111. Louisville Dispuich. tho kind In these parts. Tho paper lost his wife Christmas und she was KtiiTOit Jamhs MAittrr, of tho Mi nlso publishes a nlco notice of this pa' burled In u neighborhood burying Vernon Signal, was hero Wednesday ler, for which wo nro your most obe ground. Ho bus since built a vault with his own hand and tho other day Ho say tho people up bis way aru much dient, Col. Landrnm. removed her from tho grave to It, pleased with our change of publication Tho Lexington, Mo., Intelligencer TllK young people huvu on joyed coast whore ho goes to see her dally. days. Ing nnd sleighing to tho fullest extent W. T. Knott, of Lebanon, a brother says: Tho best cerfow ordinance Is ono MISS ClIRISTINt: IlltADI.KV U to K)SO snow. Main and Depot streets uro of Gov. Knott, and father of Miss Jen-nl- o that is adopted In each family, where ns tho "Ilepubllo" In Tcrplchoru's this Knott, who attended school hero, the old roan nets as maor und city carnival at Lexington and thu leader popular thoroughfares for tho small council, night wutch nod calabooso boy and his sled, while the society folks died ut Lebanon. Ho was county of yesterday prints a beautiful picture gather nightly on some of tho many of public schools and bad keeper; wbero Uno und punishment go of her. together. Mr. W. J. St'ARKH, tho largo ballast hills around town and coast down them tbo largest private collection of geolog Tho mercury In Loulsvlllo registered to their heart's content. ical specimens In thu United States. contructer, has secured u contract on 14 degrees below zeroulSo'clockThurs- tho main stem of ho L. & N. to furTho receiver of tho First? National day morning, the lowest since 1SSI. In a mysterious Firk, which started nish muiiy thousands of cubic feet of manner dndur the bathroom In Cald- Bilnk of Middlesboro, advortises that Now York suffered a million dollar stono. well Femalo College. D.invllle, Thurs- - tho assets of the bank will bo placed on fire Thursduy. IlKKlHT, who bud a suoro cay, caused a punle, but fortunately the sale Feb. 27. It fulled July 27, 193 3, MR. G. attack of vertigo. Is better. Ho ha u children wcro gotten out without In- nnd since thai time (," per cent. In div telephone In his house near Hedgevlllo. jury. Tho llames wcro extinguished idends has been paid. Tho total face a"d told us over tho wlro this morning with small loss. It wus six degrees be- value of tho assets now on hand aggre Is a candUlato for thu LrgMnture, subject tu tho uctlon of the dmuucratlc party. thai thu mercury was J buloiv there. low zero und tho children enmo near gate $12,000. KdliKKT WAI.I.IN und J. Harvey freezing. Tliaeo noted murder eases are on tho HON. 31. F. NOHT42 Dunn, of Hrodhead, were hero Tuesday London circuit court this docket of Till: coldest weather for 15 j ears, and term: B. tho AnnonnroH hi candidacy for to K. Wilson, for tho murder thu iitllra of Ueiirt'M'iitntlve from tho county to get tuarrlugo license for tho former, poisibly ever known, Is now making of Miss Cloyd; James Howard, for tho of Lincoln, subject to tho action of tho de- who wus murried that ovenlag to Miss life miserable. It started a weok ugo, Jennie Harris, a sister of Mrs. It. S. since which tlmo the mercury has not murder of Georgo Hakor, In Clny coun- trocmt'V ty, und Milton Greon, for tbo murder Martin, of thul place. houn ubovu tho freezing H)lnt. It was IN remitting for his paper, Dr. V. I. down to lOThursduy and this morning of James Mullins, In Laurel. WlUon Trucheurt, of Sterling, Kansas, says: to -1 below zero, somo tnormomctcrs was attorney for thu defense In both of tho luit named eases. A stock of Hhoes and Rent's I'tirnUliltiir "We are ull well except your humble shoutng as low us 27 From nil ovor Judge Mo adjourned circuit court Rood, located lit a thriving tnilnei.N town. sortunt, who has been complaining the Stato reports of from 11 to 21 bolow Tho stock Is rurapirnthrlv new Fur furmore or less for suvorul years. Huvu zero come, and tho wholo country from nt INnuvillo ufter n four weeks' session. ther Information Apply ut thlt Olllco. hud to give up nil riding, und con II no tho lakes to tho gulf Is in tho embrace Ho dealt it heavy blow to tho "blind tigers" by the juries tog'lvo myself to city work." ! of tho nretle king. Great damage' to Mr. J. K. Carson, formorly of tho fruit und crops in the South Isbeingdono them tho extent of tho law, which was i:ul Knd, writes us from Wabash, Ind,, und much hero with everything that t'ouo accordingly, und not a "blind It) Wuntcd a dWttller compi'ti nt to operate a tuhel house. Menni iiUlinient. l'our that ho huh struck u cold country, und cun bo injured, und sulTcring Is univer tiger" can now bo found In or near mouth run beginning Mar. ls'9. Mute s W.M COOl'EK. want, din reply. particularly cold for a fron silver dem- sal. Fortunately four Inches of snow I'lnovllle, and tho alleged operators aro I hornvrst't, Ky. ocrat, us tho county Is 1,800 republican. covers tho ground uml thu wheat will languishing In jail. Whlto a freight truln wus passing For u week, ho says, tho thermometer not bo hurt. over Straight creek bridge, near I'lno has boon from 10 to 1(1 below zero und A llici Improvkmknt. We llnd that vllle, a brakemati discovered a pair of 1 Inch Ico Is being gathered from tho tho change of printing time is much United States mall bags in tho creok AH Lin. I of work In Uliiihterhie mil Wubuih river. Lyie Hint workuuuililji. tldiia In more satlsfuctory In ovory wuy. Hy tho below. Ho rtKirtcd It and tho mall 'I bellviiiK old way tho papers woropnly delivered bags were found to havo been cut open. Uuut at their In the country can lm ttm.r uik Itume lie LOCAL HAPPENIN6S. K. .sL'MH.AU, t(.arH"ntrrHiutSlaiiforl. In town tho nights they wcro printed It Is feared they belong to tho Leslie WJJJJLJJJJJlJJJJJJJJWMm,m'iJ,tr Vai.kntinkb at Crulu V Mucker's. and wo had utmost to tcur our nether county route, which Is carried by u boy garments sometimes to got thosu wo on foot, und thul hu bus been robbed of CTYLISH, ROLIAULE 18 htahi pictures for 81 at Harp's mulled ut night in tho by itt them. ARTISTIC-- v j gulfory. Jw ItcconimtnJed by Leading closing time, 0 i M. Thoy woro then .. ;S liicssmakcrs. ' MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Now Is tho time to buy clover seed. Ukon to thu depot where they luy until :S 1 hey Always Please.-- . 1 1'. M. going Lust, 2 going North by Come to us. J. II. Huughmun & Co. Miss Llz.i Owens and Carlo Jones thu K. O. und 2:13 West. True thut Huii.niNd Lots. -- Two nlco building urrungemcnl put tho paper ut Louis were murried at Uurlxnirvlllo. Hubert Haywurd, of Columbus, O., Is lots, li ucrcs In ull, for sulo. See buck ville, Cincinnati, Middlt'sboro, Knox-vlllI of my residence.- J. II. Owens. Danville, &o., to breakfast, but seeking divorce because his wlfo in n lit of nuger pulled out u handful of bis of Cutined Goods Dried Mt. Vernon, nrodhcud, Crab Orchard, whiskers. OUR stock : NONR AT ANY ViDirni: Fruits und catubles Is full und complete. Shelby City und points mont Interested Mrs. Mury Howell, u widow of oS.wns ; raltf m ats oi in ntvtj ; did not got It till noon und ufter, when :K vyr y BitJIMslntlt Lnuiil Stain 3: Cull und see us. Warrcu ii Shunks. It wus 1H hours old Now thenu points murried ut Lima, ()., to Hurry I tl irdlcdf . not kc then n4 : ZA tluut On rtsl ttAoipsliCflvtil. a youth of 20. Thu old lady hud 2; l Aajftt your nrtit point, TllK mayor Is boliu culled on for got it from one to three hours ufter it THE AkCALL COMPANY, s help by tho oor und hu Is reminding Is printed, und so does Lancaster, Rich lots of boodle. ': Mrs. Kato Morris, tho recently di133 to 146 W. MthStrttt, Nsk York -- : to tho extent of bis moans to relievo mond, Dunvlllo, Harrodsburg, Lexing35 : KRANCilorrins vorced sister of Congee ssiuun Wheeler, BU'Tcrlng. S: Z ton uud so on. The only unnoylug fea189 Filth Ave., Chlcavo, and I'tjncUco. 3: was married ut Hopklnsvlllo to Judgo :s ioji Market St., San ture Is tho delivery uloni; tho CincinTurley.of Natchez, Miss li. K W1I.KON wus tuken from the nati Southern South of Junction City. James L. Flood, of San Frunclsco, jull hero Tuesduy to Londou, whore he Under thu former arrangement It took und Miss Muudu Fritz were married ut v;us indicted yesterday for tho murder us to supply Moroland, lb hours for of Miss Mury Cloyd and his trial set Hustonvlllo and McKlnney, now It Kunsns City Among many eostly presfur tho -- 0th. In tho caso of Milton takes 24, owing to miserable cuuneu-tlon- s. ents wan u $100,000 diamond necklace, by MUs Jennie Flood, sister of tho Green for murder, Kd Suullwood, u ;J llrljhteit Magnloe Published Wo aro going to remedy this, sunt : rnn..1n. It.Mitful Cotoreil Plate. principal wltnosr, bad skipped. An however, If we huvu to put on u mull gjoom. S Ions, ranrylatett l'ittemi, . a. Illustrate Charles A. Turluton, of wrangle route ourselves, ended lu it uuiiiral . wois. ; Arm. imd lot 1KI1 alllSl laerr kin-her husband for divorce, l"" In court, when a prominent coal operaioiililr. H.ulllul pmaw.on ! psitu-.oik. W,u. loc urns vi olbr grand jury ut Lebanon returned alleging abandonment and asking for Tho tor wus soul to jail for refi slug to talk 200 Indluiuieuts, bO of which were slus. ikkJUc a vu.nr. ruiH. uud unother man for talking too much. against tho LAN for violatlou of Urn $0,0"0 L'lnu.uy. A scndal at High : ajoxms mccaul. iun Thmdocket of thu present term Is tho long and short haul clause of the con- I lirldgu cainpiueutlng, lu which a pretty n to 146 W. litk M., nw Tr stitution and 12 for rate discrimination. young womuu and a Lexington gallant largest ever known. fMwv.wwrWTvtWrYrWMli Tin: Lancaster congregation. With tho mercury at 20 degrees and mush leo running in tho Ohio. 3d Ne groes wero baptized In that stream at Cincinnati Sunday. Dr. S. M. Humllton hus resigned as pastor of Warren Memorial church, Loulsvlllo, In order to accept a cull to Knglowood, near Now York. Rev. J. C. Johnson and wife, of havo closed n meeting at Cane Valley, which resulted In til conversions, says tho Adalr News. At u protracted meeting at Willow jfij Grovo church, near Soeneervllle. Ind.. y! a woman who had "gotten religion" c testified that she had attempted to poison her husband threo times, but a uoctor saved him each tlmo by using an emetic. Wll-mor- VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS. FERTILIZERS AND DRILLS For Fertilizers. Harness and Farming Implements at W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. I A GREAT CUBIMTM ! I I J?2 Are the lines of Men's. Women's and Children's Shoes we handle. To get the above Makes of Shoes has not been done in a day, but the time and experienceof 15 years. Wo sell thu celebrated BUELL & SONS AND THE W. L. DOUGLASS Men's Fine Shoes, $2 to $5. Wo sell i ijS Jin THE MARCY BROTHERS, In Men's Medium Prico Shoes, $1.50 to $2. -st- Wo sell the i H 1 fsiasrcn ?-o:e2:k: Shoes, 31 50 lo 12 Ladies' and dren's Kini Shoes we sell ouly S shoeis. Chit- - I. 1 i?5 1m ZEIG-LER7- I JyJ ( g JOHN II. IUILI.ER I Best Medium Priced Ladles' nnd Children's 8hoes in the world Is the II O. Godraan & Co 's. SEVERANCE St SOVS. &iSBmSSSSSXmmSXXSS Wear the Best! & It is unnecessary for us to comment '- FO? SAL. Aw WeU-Kiown upon this OS-- It Distiller Wanted 1 ssVHVV B ii Hi ti CORSET. The fact tht nil large establisliiients In the cities handle with greater satisfaction than any other tuanulactiire is sulllcient WHj-e- W-- muum m wmmm lt Malmx-inakhist ill fitting Corset will spoil the sweet Wear est disposition. An 1 Royal Proof of Its Supe- osi-oni- co 5. ? Worcester And riority. &m. Corsets .. Wo handle them in White, Black and Colors. Our No. 550 for stout ladies Is ihecreatcst cutset made. Ask for the Royal Worcester atid take no other. o, - PatWrnsw fl 1 JOHN P. JONES. CHILLED Hay-war- d, m M? CAULS MAGAZINE : Oliver Plow ,wl And You Will Make No Mistake. Fur Sale hy IMrj. ! jiic "' ! The Best In The World. HIGQ-INS & McKINNBY 'U,l- - Vag-- 'tst vs THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ra.ttZlmii.mA.Twmmi.w.ymm.JXii.X'Ti.d.m.-r12 TKIt VKA.lt IN ADVAfOK not to pud 3S3. BO will b charred, Iir 1MM Inm araMffl TIME GIRD KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. ArrrlTesat Stanford at t M A. M . !l 10 A. No. 4 Leare. Stanford t No. Jl Arrttesat Howlandat H ) DAT. r. . No, W Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. Jl Train going North " " .......-.No. 6 " No-S- .......... -. No. M " " " ' South .......... II M 41 Forallll'olnis. TIIBOiail TICKhTS HOI.H. HAliOAIlE CltLCKED TIlliOUOH. For any Information enquire ot in i km lli '"P1" pm JOE S. K1CE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. 4 MlKli.riyer. Mrs. Hrlerslelgli Why, I'm Mirprlsed A.S'OTIIF.H MAN PUTS IN HIS OAR. to hear that you arc looking for an other cook. 1 thought you were o well (To tub rmronpr Tin ixtr.mnn jotaAL) Dcnnvh.le, Feb. 8 I have lately tallsfied with the one you hid? Mrs, Walker I was w ell satisfied, but read with jntch chagrin tho great, and . the turned out to he a ponderous expostulations o( tho Mrs. Ilrlcrslelgh Indeed I What did correspondent, concerning a she do? proposed bridge ncross Oroon river at Mrs. Walker Started the kttchen fire Liberty. It seems from tho combusti I Willi, com oil. Cleveland Lender. ble adjectives bo spurts forth thattboro j Ilnrit tn llellevr. I only ono little spot In Casey county The Profrsor I declare, Miss Wom-Larwhoso llkca and dislikes should bo conyou look as young as your daughsulted, lie seems to bcltevo that each ter. resident of this blessed nook of crea-- l Mr. ttlombard (much flnttered) Do tlon and all bis generations are to be you really think so, professor? The Professor Yes, indeed. No one directly benefited before any measuro alToctlng tbo weal or woe of Casey wonld ever believe there wn snich an extraordinary difference In your agsa. county shall bo promulgated. Detroit Free Tress. We learned to lovo tlio "bluo crass dandles" upon our first visit to tliolr I'rtrhlnir Indeed. goodly town, and havo always held A becoming; cap a man may wear. As proudly as ever he ran: them highly In our estimation na a peo- Hut It's nothing at all to the fetching kind ple, of fjreat hospitality and refinement, That's set by a girl when she has a mind To captivate a man. and wo know wo did not them, so wo arc sorry to learn that ax EFFr.t-riv-n ciiin. there are some pessimistic gcntloman In their midst who give vent to his pent up torn foolery by exaggerating about some great calamity that Is about THE LIHEItTY BKIDGK. CTi DANOF.1W OF TIIK 'jaUV. high-flyer- Mld-dlcbti- Tho greatest danger from La Orlppo The Seamstress. Is of Its resulting In pneumonia. If and Plain and Fashlnnslilfl rcasonablo caro Is used, howovcr, and Kilting a PiMVlatty. Sowlnir. Cutllnff Ct. Water Works Chamberlain's Cough Ilcmcdy taken, all danger will bo avoided, --Among 1). D. S tho tens of thousands who havo used W S. BBAZLBY, remedy for la grlppo wo havo yot this aLancnntcr, Ky. to learn of a single caso having resulted In pneumonia which shows conclu- MIM EVELYN TAKDIF, Teeth Extracted Without Pain! With VltatUrd Air. d, sively that this remedy Is a certain preventive of that dangerous dlsearo. It will euro la grlpixs In less time than any other treatment. It Is pleasant and safe to taku. For salu by Craig & Hooker, Statifurd. x I'liyalrlmi In altvml-mic- e. Ofllcolit the New Thompson llntlillnR, Ts DR. 5ni. L. LOWDER, AMD DHTJQQIST, ?ho Slrtet Lint From ClnslssiU Via rHYSICIAll Dayton, Limn to ledo, Detroit, Strslns.ferr Sunday To- Smiill-ois not near so fatal as tho MOKlNNItV, - KltNTUCKY. grip, Judging from tho report of tho Ohio Stato board of health. Thero I'reserlptlons Carefully Cnmvotincleil Day or s wcro only seven deaths In 770 cases. ifrnu Michigan And Canada. weekday. .1 train, on Pullmsii and w aner Hlee ersnn nlahl trains c.llbuled Parlor Cats on diy trains. over-estima- te Tlt-Blt- s. ItAVAOES IMKIMF.H i mAny draths hsre tKrn (Irlp, that t err u should kwiw rauafdbjr what a wonderful rrnmlr for this inaladr Is found ew IMn-otiIn I'r Kinds Tn.t Wiilnwlnic stiibl. rn cinih, that IndameH jour thrn.t, rolw you of sleep weakens your system and Tea the way (or comuiuptlon I quickly stopid by the Ho (inil-- S ralw-r- much ami H0T1CE TO FARMERS. I havo on hand und for sale Cincinnati To CIiIcjiko 4 trains erery weekday trains on Nundsy, Nollbuled Irslns, Mandanl and (onip.rliu.enl S)ei-ln- ( Cars, Parlor Cos and (V. Illnlust ars. FORTY BROKE MULES. Will sell from ono to a AImi car-loa- d JX.rfcGkAY VaMaSBBwB0)La to befall bis constituency. Wo aro very close akin to tho fiscal r. Trains leare Frank fort at 7 a. k. an J J: 10 reach-lo- ., court of Casey county and wish to ing (J A C. nJ with onnMtlnit at (ieorgetown S Parti at 8.40 a. m. and 10 p. M. Leare I'arla form our adversary that tho fiscal court . n . connectlnir at l r. M and 3 with Q.tC. and reaching Frankfort at !:tS has never made any order directing a A. at. and 7 10 p h levy joslph n. newtox. a. o. r. a. ing aof taxes to bo expended for erectbridge, as he seems to think. And we will further say that wo think the QUEEN & CRESCENT. fiscal court has other and tnoro ImporTralna pus Junction City as follows: tant matters for before they No. 1 South .,.I!H p m No.S North..! 11pm No. I .ll.Vlim "4 " 34aui consider tho propriety of building a " -- .I4pm bridge. No. 8 " llKiai " 8 05pm 00am " Wo. "10 " However wo think a brldgo at LiberNo. 1 and 2 do not atop. 9 and 10 run no further than Junction City. ty Is a public necessity and tho advan tages gained will exceed tho pitiful out lay of SJ.uOO or $3,000 that it would cost to build a bridge. Last year tho fiscal court allowed the paupers and doctors $2,800, which in all probability was three times too much. They allowed $1,200 delinquent taxes to be reported and they allowed exorbitant salaries to the county ofllcen. When these and other things can be adjusted as they should bo thero wonld be propriety Made from pure In fnnfl1llrf nrr thn mnaana nKnut lin' cream of tartar. I wisdom of internal Improvement. The only consolation we canofTcrour, food deluded friend is to kick at tomo of, those things I havo mentioned and do not voclforate about tho bridge ques-- i l tlon till wo get to It. Wo are expect-- ! lng to hear next that you object to the Altan baking powders are the greatest levy; of tuxo for repairing tbocoun-- j rnmacm to health of the present day. ty roads one dollar on each male benoTAt lAKma sowocs co,, mw votsc tween IS und 50 and 15 cents on each $103 worth of taxable property, to bo paid at 50 cents per day, or money, at the choico of the tax payer. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. You now have a good pike, which t Kentucky. was half built by tho Casey county taxpayers. Are you not In favor of letting Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd us "lick the platter awhile." You In s. Porters turn Everything table. consent to be taxed to help build 89 meet all trains. up our county road system. It Is just and right and we demund our rights. But when tho matter comes up wo infer that the Mlddleburg will act like tho Dutchman's dog, who barked himself to death because the moon would not stop shining. T. II. FHANKFOrTaND CINCINNATI. ats-nx(leorRB-tow- I trure your llrlp, Fncuiuonla or Consumption lti &u cts and il Money bark II not enrol A ulal bottle, free at Penny's Drue More. pain In the back M the hesd, soremws In Irhiiw an,l muscles sore throat and that cough that trips your Kind's New throat like a ice, you nenl lr and prefent LIVISY, (!) (v. II. FEED Al.'D SALE STABLE. 0. FOX. Ilox MJ, Danylllr, Ky Cincinnati To Indianapolis. Irslns eiery week-la- i trains nn Sunday 8. PRICE, Dentist, W. L. Gruddy's famous fox hound, Grace Huntings, died on his farm In Woodford. Ho had just refused $250 for her. Burgeon 5 zjyy KY, Fait Sally Serrica to KaiiNriH City nnd Ially Pullnisnand the West Pallor Cars ftanford, Ky. IVagner Meera. on Day 1 rains. RoVal against alum J "9 7d KIP Aa p.t: i) K , II. Sleadinan, of New. War. It caused borribla In the I'trers lint no treatment helped for W years. Then Ilucklen's rnlca bait cure. I him. Cure Cuts, F.rup-lion- s. UrulM-s- , Hums, llolls. Felons, Corns, Ile.1 Pile euro on earth. 23 cts a but. Cure, guaranteed. Sold by Penny, Druggist. ark.lch, Was the tail that hilt) nor FitoM mi: iiun J. (1 Masnw. rieneral Soulbern Arrnt nBcoortr McKoUru' Prus Stor. In tb. Owslei J Ail .Knot, ine, ln i.rtur irat Hull.llns I II Knietiiis, I'mm TrslTle Msnai-tr- . r It'll FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFSTNM)UI Gnrjlni,$17.3C0 Ct.i.lUlSteck. 100,000. Attention ollbe public Is called to the fact thai Ihlsls the only .National Hank In hUnford Under tb. tiroilslona ol lb. National H.nk Act deproiiorsareaecured not only by tb. capllal aloes, but by Ih. stockholders' liability lor an amount eualln the stock sotbstI de.liorsof IhlslDstlto tlon are secured by a fun oil An.usi life s.oro slaleu.nt.ollh. eondillonol the Hank ar.uis.lt each fear to lb. United Stale, dost rmucnl and lis asMts are etsmltir.1 at sistnl time, by sorei unienl aenta, thus securlag additional and wrlel salet. loiieisiiors. This Institution orlflnally ettablltbe,! as tb. I posit IVsnk .1 Stanford In IU, Ib.n rmrssnlsed u th. hallonal Hank ofMlankrd In IK--( andsnalr. raorrsolsedaslb. First National Haskvl MtsnfcrJ In UJ, baa bad practically anunlnterrupbxl.itst-encfor it years. It Is letter sup,lel now wltl lacllllie. for transactlni buslnew promptly and liberally than, ter before In Its Ions and honorable career Accounts of IndlslJuals, Sduclarlea.Srnu acdtnllfldualssollcltnl. uisscToas K. llel.l. Lincoln Co.! J W Ilayd.n. Msnfoid n. il iviufnnian, S.T Harris, " T f lllll, i S Hocker, " e m A list of convicts under jcars of ago In both penitentiaries number 127 Most of them uru Negroes and ull but wluxo half a doen are males. Tho-olfcnecs are nut heinous will be transferred to tho Houtc of Itoform, being built near Lexington, about May 1. 13 TIIEEAIII.B, 'posted our lands and hereby warn all permns from trr.iaslng on thctn of for any whalnrrr. under the law jiroTlilid In audi case. . II HAt'OIIMAN. II. NKWI.AM), T J W. HAt'OIIMAN. A. M. I'tNCK. Wo havo POSTED. uri M MIU-s-. J J S. II SIIAMiS. A M F. K. I'ATTKIMON. K I.YNX II Mt'KINNKV 9 HAUC1IIMAN, J FKI.ANI), V. (HtlMKS, Hlt(It)F V M. WAHF, J S OWSI.F.Y. Sit. F. Baking Powder Safeguards the KiMior a i.i. niHim. dclit, "I see Jack Fullboy i around again. I. tinted fur It Sokeen tlio clear und ilia ur twixmt who They tar he just got back from taking tlnct vNloii KagloKje Salvo for weak uw rir. the gold cure." Mln, euro )" of any kind or granulati-UuN. Sold at I'vnii)' at Zi cent. "Did he find it Tery effective?-"Extreme- ly so; it took all his money WEAK ETCS AIIE MAHC STIIOM1. away nnd left him nothing to get full nnd Il.ir llon madu plenr. tv' on." Collier's Weekly. cianulnted llils or orv im-- of any kind xH'dllr and viTnctnally cured by Ilia uo of The Wrlnler Thlnar. up W P Walton " W A TrtbhL, " He tried to net rid of the "fros In hla ?uiiivriunu rJiRie on p raive . M. J Miller, Mu V.rnct. In guarantee. For J.HColller.CrabnrchM and sold throat" M. U.l.lmor., manroM. sale at Ponnv". Drug Storf. fiy keeping his larynx with liquor afloat; orncast. h tUiH-H- FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. hplemltd farm of Jl acre. In Swatbeast Kansas. SO inllm mm the MlMHirl lln. Well loraled, Will sell (ixM fsrmln country, Iblekly settled on easy terms or trade f,r fsrm lu (Vntral dinVreaiw la a lo I Ad HeM Hot s, .Stanford, Ky trade iiiui Cnyll,(s (:) computes Th number and ilie of the "snakes boots." U A. W. Uulletlo. In his SALE OF PERSONALTY. J 8. Iloek.r, President: J.J MclU.berU Casklt A A V.Klunsr .W.LolCaiM.r Tilt: H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., Ih Kccclvlng IiIn Mason Hotel first-clas- I'annl. "Papa," said little Mabel at break-fas- t, "you know how jou take me on jxiur lap when you tell me stories?" "Yes," nodded papa. "Well, Mr. Llpplncott was telling Jennie some last night." And then papa looked at Jennie over Town Topics, his The I'lilloannhrr. "If old man Methusaleh had any property," said the cornfed philosopher, "what a lot of fun he must hive had after he got to be about 500 or COO years old and his younger relatlrns, began to be kind to him." Indianapolis Journel. Autumn Complexion. Mr. Ilichfello (In an L train) What a. complexion that girl has! Seaside Itelle Yes. she looks aa if she'd been, shut up In town all summer. X. Y. Weekly. Iuicaster, " Corn fell - Aa ndmliiUtrntor of ( C Abraham, I nlll hell, ut lit. Into residence tlireii rnllt- - Wt.1 of Crab Orchard, on TIIUUSDAY, FF.H. Itlh. IslW. tho following niM'rty 1 nice young mure In foal bvjack. 1 (Tixxl liarm's liore, I mulo rott.l i pnl '2 straw milk cow, 5 kIioiIh. 0 standi Capital Block, K,i. rlcka, clover Hfd stacks. 1 wheat drill,! SiUTeesor toThe Farmers Hank A Tru.t lnoinf I turnPeering mowtr, 1 hay rake, hog and under same management contlou ing plow, good harrow, ulnglu plow, 1 corn ously for i" .irv heller, hewing tnachlne, 200 shocks fodder, ISO iMtreU corn. 1 heating atovo and other Terms tedloiiit t mentloii nrtlclra too on dayof.ale II A PI.KASAM. Admr. Lincoln County National Bank. Fall And li. Vinter Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Solicits Your Bank Acoount, DIIU.CTDILS: pen-push- er ftl - TSTTil Pi" W GREENBACKS ill ill feti 1 -- s lUllngtuib tiuilnt-- rrUtlom wltl iru. tariirfii.i. n. lrauut luulual-- FIHE INSURANCE JJ J, i. Owsley, Sr. Williams. or Government Money. Irv William (ii.it h, A. W I'snnler, W. II, t'ummins, J. II. I.vnn. S. II hhanka J. '. L'asb, ( J. II Insurance Company ley oi i ar.iis S. II Shanks, president: J.ll.Owsl.y.Cashler; W. M. HrUht, Assl. (ashler OF HUOOKI.VN. At close of our Civil War in 1865, there appeared in the London Times the following : " If that mischievous financial policy which had its origin in the North Dealer in And American Republic during the late HASNS32, SADDLERY, &0. Civil War in that country, should become indurated down to a fixture, STANFOUD, KY. then that government will furnish its money without cost. It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on us iraue anu commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the History ot civilized nations of fcVhBiilirsrsiMlnruiiTrisiliTrni the world. The brain and wealth of ftiKJHUgA1"""" HttKmii b mast ((a all countries will go to North America. THAT GOVERNMENT MUST 1JK DESTROYIiD OR IT WILL DETho Favorite Lino STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON Bobby UNDERTAKER! fortune? Mr. Ferry One big enough to make its owner's opinions or, any subject entitled to respect. Cincinnati Knqulrer. Hue Defined. Popper, whatlsa respectable Caledonian Co., : Insurance IHOff, ITIII.IU SALK OF T?';T,ir.r.-T';frrT, Lincoln Co. Bonds. of Scotland. KOUNOttD "Am I descended couldn't Tell. from a monkey. Medicine For Children ma?" LOTJISVILIiB CHICAGO. Trains Morning and', Evening from ion Si ill ion, 10th and llroadway. Pdgoungera Un- the ftbulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany, estimated at $1,500,000, were the agents that secured the closing of our mints against silver. say, but I'm not sure, for 1 Is an important part of our stock. Thuj never met any of your father's people." aro carefully prepared and will prove of X. Y. Truth. InrHtiiiidblo benefit to little tullerers. Soothing syrups for tortured little bodTo the HniM'r finest. He You have a beautiful place here, ies. Gentle hut ifTicacIouH remedies lor but doesn't one become bored living joutliftil Ills, Lotion', ointments, toilet out in the country alone? poHilcrn, pullii, sponKUf, combs, brushes She Oh, no. Thank goodnets, uc and nil articles for tho nursery aro here hae very few callers. X. Y. World. In great ipiantlty slid good quality. Two Hearts Tliat llrnt as Two. Wo havo a full line of all well knoivii TIUSGLOIJE." Isabel So they are married! Are The famous Hazzard circular, to they still two souls vtith but a single Infant Foods. capitalists in New York, and the Uuell thought? Hank circular to United States HankMay Yes how to be as disagreeable ers, both emanating from London, and as possible. Ilrookl) n Life. "I dare Tho undersigned committee, npioliiled by un order of thu Flcal Court of Lincoln County, will on R.B.MAHONY.Agt, HTASFOHH, KY Wcdnutidny, Fch. 15, '99, tlmir In Offer for antu at tho Court-lioUKy , CT Lincoln Uiunt) Houds, ll haldtMind to lx Im.uiU In llireu kerliw. J. T. SUTTON, Hustonvillo, Penny's Drug Store. TRY THE desiring information and The "walk into my parlor" policy rates to Wi.consln. Minnesota, Nebraska of England, during and bince anted. Time the and points in tho fur Wut, including Cal"It Is Spanish War, is the lalcit evidence rels." a bad plan to rake up old quarifornia, should addri'fc of English Diplomacy in shaping the "Yes; at our house we can always destiny of the United States Go em- find plenty of new ones." Chicago Heed (ien. Pass. Agt , Frank J, E, II. ISacon, Dts. 1'usi. Agt, inent. ltecord. -- Putk. Here's, "Wanted, to exchange, a for a single wheel." A JttMvaiuer "il.M Discern the traced)-- , who can (How sad two hearts must feci I) tan-L.m new Hor, t H Notwithstanding the famine price W.H McDoel, Vice.Pres.A Gen. Mgr of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabuTraffic Mgr, Charles II. ltockwell lous expenditures of money ny our government during the past ) car, gold ikkAAAjj YEARS' 50 lias increase J i.. value eleven per cent, HHflEXPERIENCE and all other .lues decreased in the same proporti n. h For a understanding of the money question, or silver issue, the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach, Trade Marks explain and produce all facts and Designs COPVRIQHTS AC. truth. It is a paper that ought and description may sending a sketch and can be read by all classes with pleasaacwruiii fr.e wLntber ail ?u,.ntlou t. prob.blyMtubio. Comnjunl ure and profit. uona strict r euuBdtmtlja. tianauooa ou raienu fif. tfldl JUIII Mv.r - - lateut talon ajwctalnotlM. without ibara, lib cpuaiuo 'M VCAItS. tho-ou- Millions at Others. Tom I see by the papers that the queen of England saj a she likes American girl. Dick Indeed? Well, there are others. Tow n Topics. No Further Necessity. The Moke What made you etop going to church? The Man Ob, I went out of bualnet. N. Y. Journal, Wife MM A. K. UALL Lincoln. st A ;?'"".. Scientific Hwcrkan. handacunely lllustratod weekly. Inmost dr York IIUNH&Co.3618'"' Hew I). C. aaeb Oe BV Bt, WaAhliKtun. 2) Yearn with pout hundreds of dollars with doctors aud for uicdtclnu to no avail Uutll 1 tued ur. Hell's This remedy tuukvs wuak Iuuks stroug. It has saved my lite. J. 11. Itostil, Oraouburg. III. I DUffered of tho war tax? Druggist My customers do. troit Free Press. To a Girl. a coush. und Onesided. Intertlewer Do jou feel tho effects De- Olvs ids the mitten, dear; I shall not cars. Wos Is the doom of love begin It; Olvs mi th mitten, sorrow b. my share, nut lcao your llttls hand wllhta it, -- Chicago Record. WRITE FOR CIRCULARB asking same. Bewlne Uachlnes w. manufactui and thtlt The purchaser of tho IkjikIi will bo riqulr. prices before you purchase any oilier- ed lo placo Hi thu Lincoln County fiutloual THC NEW HOMC StWINQ MACHINE CO, Hunk of btauford, Ky , u furft.ll of (1,000 OBAMUl:, H.aa. Pnlon Souare, K. Y fbleairo IIL ' 1wN.Xo linuedlattlr uflur thu pureliuso of the bonds. l'uJlj,..i. t.u Prai.. l.t ,1,1, AUjUii,i,A. sen c.u sr Witness our slKautures. this Jun, is, ibvv J. I'. HAIl.hY, UKO, 11. COOl'F.K, U Comteo 1 II. HELM, Lincoln County Natlouul Hank of Hluuford. SOUTH'S SYSTEM. Ky, llonds may bo reducimd on Feb 1 and Sept. I of each jear upon 'M tlajs' prevlou. notlcoKlveu by county JuuVo to Llmulu I'KNKTHATKS County National Hunk ot mid courU'lnlen. tlon to redeem uny of thu liouil. as herein GREAT provided, bald bonds shall cvaao to bear luiermt after said Uulo. hulu of wild honda caOi, to thu bl;hckt und bet bid- Kentucky, Tenueaaee, Virginia, Georgia wllltbo for North aud touth Carolina, der mid will bu o ire led lu lota of 11,000 with Alabuina, Itlastaalppl, prlvlltgo of (3,000 until ull bonds havo tutu sold, thu coinultteu ivarvluK tho jirlvlliiju of olferlnir tho t'litlru uumbir at oucu und arreptluK the bid reulUliiC tlio tnott uioiioy. Suld bonds aro sold unconditionally and must bo puld for by parties lletweea IajuIsvIIIs am' the Mouth, to Until, of SSlKl each and niiiiilKred 10 anil 10 bond, of f LOCO ami nuiiitier- ed II Ui '.'0. bcrlc-- i "II" eiiiliriice. 113,000 of ktild iMind., rtniklstliiKof lu ImiiiiU of (300 0 und uuinbored SI to 110 anil 10 Ixind. of eiti-und niiiiibert d 31 lo 10, rerlcn "O" emlirucin '.'.', U0U uf mid lunula, couslstlnjr II to of 10 UmiU of (300 encli and tiiirjiln-rt.i- l nuinU red 30, und 17 Uintls of (1,000 In series "A" 31 to CT, Tho bond aha I lie reiliemublo ut lliu pleusuru of th.i court In ami after nvojeum from tho dulo of llielr liutual and shall bo duo mid payablo Htrles 'II' aliall 10 j ears from nuld Unto, bxi rcilcemutile ut tho pleasure of tho court 10 vennt fiom the dutu ot their In and uftt r liwual audduuand payublo 13 jcars from . U sliull b sit Id dutu. Peril-ut tho tilriiaiiroof thoi'ourt In mid lifter IS und from tho tlatu of their Iwual .,.... duo tears -. . .. jeura iriiiu u..i.l msic, n.i... -t no UtlU puaiHU .iiiu bond, to Ihj wild will bear Interest ut rnto of I tier cent. Mr uunuui, luisublu ally on tJeiit. I and Slur 1 of jeur Tho Ixiiida will bear (lute sinr. i. irvu. Any re their matur demption of said Ixinils ity sliull UO muiiu sevvruuy ueeurunii; in thu series and serial number of tho bouda. U'Kliinlut; with bond No. I, Perlua "A," Hald IkiiuIs and coupons will Ut pajablo at thu of 10 1 il.-00rcilii-mubli- i aerlea !' Merles "A," btrle. "II" and rerle A einlirni.liig II3.0V0 Mini ciin.lstlng ' rUnclertttUor, - Kentucky Offers hiss. Miles lo th.vople ufWest Ulool nd Cawy ruunllra. ull slock ul totbusatid Cask. .laalwaysuu band II. H. Carwuu r. MaDs.tr, 93 NOTICE. aro In tho trado with Fulln llrntich anil olhtr Rood Coals. Also lluy, Corn, Data, MiliMlutr, Flour, Ac. Wo alsoliaiullo llrlck and Hiinii, Remember wo tuku I'urm In eiclniiiKO. l'roinil ilellury ami uttentloii lo nil orders. Olllco and acules near L. A N deKit, Teh irhono No II, Wo l'ro-duc- ta .... .- 111 V reuilrlni,--. I. 8. Vo alM) curry Swlni; Mucliluea, Part and Attachment, and do alt kinds of co I'Eltltl.N A I'KNUn. V" M keuil-ani- iu Southern Railway THU BlfflBT EIGHT STATES Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TRAINS Each war between Louisville aud Leslugtoa W. A. TUHK, O. V. A . Washington, I). O. W. U. TAYLOR, A O, P, A, Louisville, Ky