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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 14, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899021401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: February 14, 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. pm Tov&'rsrrfw rwynn"-- ' - vwif nf rjBVt uri-mir- &S i SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. NEWS Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1899. NO. 99 Of THE VKWAK. 1 I LANCASTER. COL. COLSON SHOT. DANVILLE. master ai Lincoln, Pulaski. Two chlldroncro burned to death In Pulaski last wok; ono whlto and the other colored. Tho sUorvior raised tbo assessment of Pulaski I0S,7i:!. maklnif tho total $.1,024,202. Andrew Hasty killed a "red" rabbit, which had thrco oars, alow days ago. Ml. Vurnon Signal. Galo Durham, of Somorsol, win lined $75 for having Hselon of property wheru liquor wan wild. Col. I. Shelby lrvluo and J. J. Kmbry linvo bought tho Ulcbmond fairgrounds and will convert them Into stock pens Ilobert and Churlcs Martce were Indicted at London for killing W. II. Slaplolouand UiulrtrlaU act for the John Walker was killed by falling lata near 1'lnovWc. Frank Halm lm boon appointed post- Tl,c moroury wa 30 bolow zero J. at J. Wuycer'a Monday morning. onmo oi inn icic are improving wbllo other aro becoming affected by tho I.T. KTIIKf. HCOTT WOUNDS HIM I'AtN-FULLIIUT NOT DANOKItOCHLY. grip w 1 1 9 W. II. Most, a broihor-ln-laof Col. culminated Saturday night ui Annls- ' iiaviii u, uolson, received a incgeagu ton, Aln , when they met In u restaur- Sunday that tho colonel wa wounded ant. Scott and Lt. Hlakemun wcru o at AnnUton. eating auppcr, when Colson and Maj. o Thl morning, Monday, In thn roldest Wm Collier and Lt. Wllholt entered. o of thu season, the mercury being from Onu reH)rt say that niakemnn still ted In Order to Make Koom for Spring Style. o 20 to 21 below zero all over thn city and tho row by cursing Colsoa, who walked o rural dlitrlctn will register below thoro over nnd pulled his car. Scott nnd o figure rs bofuro. o Colson hud not exchuncd a word, but o Tho Luneastvir Hotel Company ha ut this juncture Scott drow bl pistol o tiled article of lncororatlon and con- from under the table and tired at Coltracted with Ityan, of Lexington, for son, who was four or llvo feet away. tho erection of the building which line Just a ScolVllrfd Colson turned towurd been mentioned before, and which will him, and the bull plcrcrd hi side, barejustly bo tho pride of our city, which ly missing hi but making richly deserve such an Improvement. an ugly wound nevertheless. As Colson WHY DDKS Mr. Ityan has contracted with tho Urn- - fell Scott flred again, the second shut castor Planing Mill for 100,000 feet of piercing tho colonel's cuff As Colson row. Slat. The Baptist church has engaged A witness at Iondon dropped a pistol lumbor, and wlli begin work In tlmo to was rising, with it pWlot in his hand, from hit hip pocket an ho aroso from finish it by Oct. 1, or before that tlmo. McKay und Phclr, the provost officers, Hev. Copass, of Los Angeles, Cal , to Wo are selling our goods on such clone lutrgin that wo cannot wait for ticks. We -- worth '.'oc.l Capt. Mlku Salter propose to engage with tbo butt of their pistols, beat him till tbo pulpit for ono month. It will keep trick of our SOfJKS by chaining them down. Two palrB tho chair and Judgo Kversole sent him extensively In tho cultUatlon of corn over the head until ho was Insensihlo. bo dllllcull to find a minister to fill this -to Jail. Dr. W. L. Mooro, of New York, was cobs, Ui bo used for making pipe, a Scott attempted to lire again, but was pulpit acceptably, after having listen- elected to succeed Dr. Mutchmoro un a they mako tho bet plpo on tho market prevented by Wllhoit Tho protost ing to tho eloquent nnd delightful scr.r,..nlu.r nf tho board of trustee for A fow Arm cobs are to bo found the officer excuse their action oti tho mnns of Dr. Lynch for 10 years. SUITS XIADLTO OKDEU, CI.HANED AND MUSSED. When Miss Pctltt, of Lexington, was captain propose to select und plant tho ground that had they not overpowered Centra College. .pitman, of Hovlo. has taken tho corn only from llrra cobs, claiming tbut Colson ho would hate killed Scott, and lu Danvillo last fall, she gava a most i bankrupt law. HI liabilities are $', tho imiiu kind will grow with tho corn deny that any friendship for Scott Intcrcstlnguccountof her three months' Hoal-- o claim that thoro I a germ In prompted Ihcin to beat the colonel so work In tho mountains of Kentucky uottnndliU nasal two Ufa ins. 136. DANVIULE, pain- and told how many nf the most Intelli the end of tho cob which, whan plant- - unmercifully. C'oNon' wound iioltclc of $1,000 oach. not likely futal. Scott was gent eop1o had almost begged for A Scotchman named IJowcn iiau in eJ, wilt grotr cob In clusters, like ba- ful, but to bail. Both something to read Sho suggested A such pipes u ru worth 10c arrested und udmitti-head blown off and John Vogt and oil), nana Willi very Inrco anil select ntnelc nml er wero Injured by tbo careless uo of each, ho estimate that an ucro will men had two pistold und many shot tbut some member of the W C. T. U. J would gather up the magazines and payield $1,000 worth, at a conservative were red. dynamite near Illrdcyo In Whitley. Tho trouble between Scott and Col- pers that many would destroy and send Protlns' mine near Jolllco, fell In calculation. Kcry well regulated village lu a son seems to hate begun immediately them. This good work was begun ut Imiirlkonlnfr debtor 10 miner, who Wo can please you In Sham, for Womnn, Children and Men Wo stand at Ilr.id-luonce and is continued by this noblo had to remain under tbo ground elx or man who I authority on all.qucsllotis.u after the latter hud gotten Gov the top for Quality, bsyle. Kit. Ac. You can buy from us Shoes that are wIioho neiihew lie Is, to commission band of women, and wbllo, box after dcbrU wo cleared kind of an oracle, from whoso decision eight hour till tho solid as low priced as anywhere. away. there Is no npcal. Wa have a numlcr him a lieutenant. Colson claims that box has been sent, tho railroads furo Negro got swift A Hitrrodsburg of them over here, each claiming to bo he proved lnelllclent and several efforts nishing freo transportation, they are week. Ho broko Into a dwell- moro Intelligent than tho other. At wero made to get rid of Mm. He was now asking for more. Then wo keep the highest jrade. In fact, tho place to pet your Shoes. "Oh tho good wo all may do ing Tuesday, m arrested Wednesday f present tho contest for tho honor lie tried for forging a pa-- s, for drunkenOar Gents Furnishing Department Is full of good things In As our journey we pursue." indicted Thursday and tried. Tho trial between Mesr. L. Y. Lcavel and Ja. ness and finally u botrd of olllcurs found Mr, b. P. Grant entertained at lasted only lf minute and bo got two A nurnslde. For authority on events him unlit to hold u commission; recom year. connected with tho settlement of the mending n dishoiior.iblo dismissal. He luncheon Friday afternoon at I o'clock. Newe.t things In colored Shirts, flress Shirt. Neckwear Gloves. Il.xlfry, Tho kitchen ra njrcln the homo of II. town, John M. Duncan and W.S. Dear-le- y went to W ishluglou uud with tho usl- - Tho table was beautifully decorated In 1: Hats and Evorjthlng to mako a min. Trunks and Valises. tancu of Dcboo and others had the find pink carnations und furns and the C. Thntnpon exploded, knocking every are nsuallr consulted. Por Infordoor off tho hinge and severely Injur- mation about dogs, their cd!grci) uud ing sot aside, although Colson tried hip dttlntic6tof luncheons served in courses. ing Mr. Thompson' mother. The Lon-do- n running qualities, U. D. Simpson nnd best to havo It enforced. Then Scott TIiomj who accepted Mrs Grant' charges of oinbez element of . clous bidding wero Mrs. Forestus Held, people- '.bought un eartbriuako liad W. A. Arnold hold down the boards. As The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DAUV1LLS KY. against Colson, Mrs. Hogers, Mr. Cbas. Cecil. Mrs. II come. tiore jocko), J. I. Hamilton und Wel- government fund i) Mary Bowman. Mrs. Will Dunlap, Miss drunkenness on duty, Inciting tho men J. A. IUokln, of Clark county, come Clark are unsurpassed. 'VIC Susan Cromwell and Mrs. Geo. Bruce, rulcldo In a box car ut tho L. .V During tho unprecedented weather of tho regiment to deed of dlsorderund lawlessness ugnlnst the cltl7cns of An-- J Dr, Hoglo nnd Mr. Guy WUcroan uro N. depot at Illchmond Saturday by cut- business I at a stand-stil- l, everybody ting hU throat. Life wa not extinct stay at homo and nothing worth not nlston und with fulling to quell a dls- - In Now York. Misses Hortense nnd when found, but bo died a few mlnulo ing has transpired for a week. On turbanco in tho camp In which officer Virginia Leo entertained tho Wbist h i.mr. flA rnfuirtl to irlvo a reason for Thursday morning tho mercury general- of tho regiment were engaged and In. Club Thursday evening. Miss llrearm were freely used. Nows-- j phlne Hold has Issued Invltutlons for tho deed. ly registered from 20 to 22 below zero, paper curds followed, In which Colson tho 17tb, In honor of Miss Spencer, of Mr. Lou Mooro, wife of tho ilorlst at but at J. J. Walker' and at tho Koo.xvlllo. Mrs. J. C. Boglo enter wa io badly burned tho State College, distillery it fell to 2ti below. referred to Scott as it barroom beat, at her homo In Lexington that shodled it, na ueon uoioring about zero etcr who get tbo drinks by telling stories talned Thursday ufternoon from 3 to 5 after a few hour of terrlblo buffering slnco, about U Inches of snow has fal for them, und lidded that Lt. Blakeman, I In honor of Mrs. Clareneo Boll and Mr. und hlsutsoclato. wusof tho samo churac - iMrs. Harry Glovannoll. Sho waMlMary Alloway, of Ion and It I tbo worst spoil that has -- AN'Itcr. Scott rcs)onded by saying Coliton Mr. Samuel llojlc, of Lexington, mine, and had bcon married only a vlsltd this section for many eur, if Congresslonul nouenlty und-- ac- have returned homo uftor it brief vis- abort time. there wn ever ono a cold for any wiih a cusing him of mallciounly falsifying. It to Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Cecil. Miss Kuv. Geo. W. Young say that tbero length of time. Tho city olllclal und am people In Richmond who are ho some citizens aro dispensing chnrltv Hoth men uro dead gumo and trouble Florence Downton entertained in honor Look at them In our windows nnd on the lines in our house. Nothing of Mrs. Clarence Leo Hell, of Hartford, w,tsexected on their meeting. wedded to tho place that they would where it is needed and reervcd. Will soon need the room and need Jthe money now. Not thero are many no item priced more than not trudu their property for a town lot who aro In need of tho necessaries of bcott Is a son of lir. bcott, t no was lnd. Mrs. l'lngrey, of New York, has returned home altera pleasant visit to depotfd u suH!rintcndeut of lu tbo city of tho New Jerusalem, with life. A coal famine Is also at hand and ington Lunatic Asylum, andthe Lex the Misses Young. Mrs. John W. Ucdd used to taxes paid In advance for 10 years, wngnus will likely bo sent to your city live hero where ho studied law under entertained Tuesday afternoon from 3 Jcssamlno Journal. for coiil. to 6 In honor of Mrs. Hunter Kent, of Mr. J. L. Ilruco roporta that at hi A politician, with ordinary sagacity Col. Hill. Ho deemed to bo a quiet, And many odd sizes and Job lots at less Ihan cost of production. morning, It was exeasy going fellow, but bad thu reputa- Louisville. Mrs. Spoor entertained the house early thl cun rcudlly see tbut tho 6th Congrestion of being ready to fight with Ostnnd faculty of Culdwell Collego at tho resiactly 20 degree below yero. sional district is asking for two many d dence of Mrs. Downton. Walter Mr. Hruco ha a record of tho coldest State office. Wo havo two candidates skull or other way. Is confined to his room with grip Col. Colson Is the fiO year ending with 1W2. Con dujs for tho for govei uor, ono for uudltor uud ono The four coldostday In that tlmo were: for uttorney general. Now tho conven gressman from tbo 11th district, and is Miss Minnie Atkins, of Lebanon, has Gets these Goods absolutely without fenr. UoKrts ull returned homo after a lergthy visit to Junuary 10, 1S.MI, 22 below. tion will certainly divide tho nominaMrs. I. N. Huchauan. Miss Emma Cur-reJanuary 10. 1S'7, 21 below. tion among thu district, sou to equal- - ugreo that but for tbo protost guard who was tho guest of tho Misses would netor huvo topcd till ho had Juuuary 1, IWI, 20 below. we the elultn of thu party us nearly as he Lanier, hus returned to Hurrodsburg. 5, 1SS1, 10 below. killed Scott or been killed. Junuary Hhsible, and If uo get one nomination Mrs. Sam McDdwell spent a fow days la :i3 out of 50 joars tbo mark wo wo will bo doing well und should bo Look at them, you eau allonl to Kvep them until another winter if RELIGIOUS MATTERS, In Hurrodsburg last week. MlsaCljdo below oio, in threu year just at zero, sitlstled. It behoove thu friend of j on don't need thciu now Hurko entcrtulncd the Junior Social remainder clou to It. Ad- thiso usplraiit to get together and and In thu Kuv It. II. Muttony will preach ut Friday ctcnlng. Tbo Misses Club vocate lUth. ugree on tho candidato who Is tfio most Kooky Ford Saturday und Sunday. Field, twin daughters of Judge Field, uvullable und urge hi claims beforu tho Hot. Fred Hule, of Owuusboro, fol- of Louisville, hato returned homo. II. P Khodes, formerly of Kentucky, lowed up Sam Jones' meeting at Rowland left committed hiilcldu at Denver, nnd thon contention, letting ull other withdraw Mr. and Mr. L. I nnd In eluluis. of Mr. Olga Ltttroulus, a young Huss.lun their cu ml mateOf course tho friend man bud UI additions atorevival of two weeks Monday to visit Mr nod Mrs. Vast at tho HaptUt church Mobile, Ala. Tbo Kappa Alpha gave will consider their widow, understood to huo beou o.ioli I Instead of laying usldu all party and tho IUhkW llnauce, shot and Instantly kill- stronger than uny other, but It a reception at their hull Saturday old on and then Bent u part of wisdom to tettlo thu mutter In denominational names when they adopt Mrs. Hust and daughter, Miss ed liur Homo uuy und concenlrute on one man tho name Chrlstlun, our pisclplo friends Monks, uru In Louisville. Mrs. John The Second .SeSiion of tho ticttolastiu Year, lhOS-'bullet through her own brain. simply uluko tho numo Christian u par Stodghlll continues dangerously ill, Left to mind his twin baby brothers, oronoolllce. ty nume. They take it common desigJumo Hughe, at Head now Tiiirm:Ali.liitii' nation and appropriate It ton sect und medicine, like ing, Pa., mixed up some .si'iid for CatuUiguu 07 call at the land. It ttrJIrOu llriin!rl IVillan ltrwar.l fur nr thus thu DUciples contradict their own nay itgiln atroa11. In Ihe grui' Thn air you breathe For Course of htudy, TeniH of Admlsjion, tpmi College Don't urglrct Ihe Iw full ol fatal he had recti hi mother, und gave it to (Um ul .urrli tint an nut Iw tunnl hjr Mails you will oiu His d.nir to 1'uruuiouU plea. IlnptUt Kecorder. ',irlror MRS. X.VNNIi: S.SVUPLBY, I.idy i'rinc.pal, Staufoid Ky. them. liwusursenlo und laudanum CsurrU II'ur. rII.M. .lCl.rmi.Tuls.!., aud !ulte death ll urc .Una J Tho MlllerbUttrg Uazoito publishes a and conuiu'llou bva.laihc. dull heavy miI a ar.rhlll. llh fertr, and tho twins wero dead In a few hour. or Me, 111. tniUrr.lKiil. line klluwll-- J Clieiisjr VII.L,IASX throat bnd lh Iks Lt 11 ri u. Mlei. Iilm rlnllj him. report of a sermon by Kuv. muruu. dlacuarg fromiKm'l nw oftiniiou time wa.te totiiili Tho postolllco department decide iiraM hi sll Liiiivm irsiiiacllun uud tiuauclully verbatim alii, tu uut my ubllnallmit uuds by their W. S. Grluateud, which makes mighty trrallig lliU rough wllb tnxlie., I.blrta ir iwr, ... I too mimll a tfjiAtar' -a rwtrnn, (Sire lt at imn with Hr Klng'a thul Loxlngtou ,yru flnii gooil reading. Iho samo paper com- rhrai DiafOTtiry, the Inftllablo rruiedy for brum lilal New for a husband uud wlfo to bo employed H Ijit .1 TUI AX, t IiuInuI. Dnwl.ta, Tolnlu, O, U.i.iiMi, KisxANd Mahmk, M1uIcul0 Drug plains that Mr. Grlnstend sent us a truublea. It klila thedlawgernu Leala tbo luiiia In und bus uphuld Postmaster Klkln ll.li. 'Ii.l do. III1I11. aud iirvrtuta the drrailnl al'lonltetU from the luaU AO vury baik I l.l). ady Hall'. Cat jrtli urn lalrn Intiru.llr, Warren and retaining illnHtljr iiNiti the II.I.mI Itanil iuuoiui furfai-e- artlug statement of the financial condition of cuml. Trirelilal tu. audfree at t'cuuy'a lrug It not relieving Mr. Store. bottle A uf the tho church tbero uud did not glvo It to ry.irui 1'rlra IV r lulllv buld liy all Uru. her husband. gHt. 'livtltiioiiUU fres although they aro Method lu editor, Steamer Connections, from Route, with Its rail and Hlllonmoyor, tho noted nurseryman IUH'. aiully rill, ara Hie Tho court of appeals decide that ga 1st deacons aud publl.h a truly pious of Lexington, says that it Is impossible the North forms aim oiuer companies huvo not tho right Cincinnati and Go 'wuy from hero, honey. Listen at paHr. yet to tell tbo damage dono to fruit, to chargo muter rent, uud that persona to "Florida and Uev. F. E. Vance, tho Methodist 1 the shortest line v 'JM arfJA who have puld It cau recover all tooy this from tbo Ml. Vernon Signal: For preacher, who will bo tried by tho Ohio but be can stu'o positively that tbo Fast Double Dally the 87th tlmo wo gladly say that tbo West India points. peach crop in tbo Stato Is ontlroly dehavo paid within tho last llvo year. conference for nuking lovo to a Cln to Jacksonville. ltadford Push ha just beon arrested iNTiatloit JouitNAf. Is tho best paper elnnatl girl, when ho bad a wife, drink' stroyed. Apples aro not damaged, nor Pullman Service through far XrfjRr .A at Loultsvlllo uud lukou to Now Huvcn In Kentucky. Tho combluatlou of com- Ing wlno and playing cards with her, pears. Grapes havo suffered eeveroly FLORIDA AND HAVANA The famous CINCINNATI, assault on Mis mon hoiuc, enterprise, Industry und to a considerable extent. and cherries for alleged crlmlual was formerly pastor of tbo church at service to Florida via tho LIMITED solid vestlbukd always gets Strawberries will. bo all tbo bettor for Ulla MuU'ulf, of tbut place, last Sep k'encrul there, and tho Wultona havo all these Sholbyvlllo, Ky., aud married Miss tbo spell. Southern Railway, and point of a pistol. & Crescent, tember, at tbo Queen Clara H. Humes, a prominent teacher Silvur Long fell from u cur lu Ohio uud more. direct steamship con Si P. Railway makes F.C. und lady of tho loftiest character. Tbo UltlfS UAVAUl-- H lMHlJltl). umt li.ul 111 OOt CUl Off. NO OUO bUW dralha hare been m I VM Sentinel ays that ho was also, at one ho much luUcry andthat mauy oue thould kauv llllllTATIOX. or at Tampa (West Coast) for nectlon on arrival at Miami (East Coast) eour tho Occident and ho crawled und drag Is tho forurunuiT to cousuuiptlou. Dr. time, ono of tbo editors of tho Now. muwdby IKe llrlp, what a vondtrful rtmfly fur tide malady li found will euro It. and nun himself four tulles lu tho iuteubo IMP Ibet di.trMiluit i.. ii, Kin.,', low Hiaoofrrir Key West, Havana, Nassau, Santiago, San gho ui h "irviiKtli to thuluug that a cough Vance bus mado u full confession to tbo atulib ru cough, that tuHaiura your thro.l, ruU cold to succor. ouot.leep weakeua your ).lriii aod iiatra Ihe or u ll il not Mittlo there. Twenty uVo presiding older and Investigating comway for cuuiuuiotlou u uukkly eloa by Ihe Drugstore. cents at lViinj's and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to mittee und wept bitterly as bo begged uiUlil' cure. II ou have ihllla aud fever. .K .ri.S AllkUtllC STItONU, wiiriivM iwun auu lu tue liaia Ol luff U..U, vough iu Krl your New Orleans. Free books and Information by addressing, orglt ones. Din vl.loii ti.uilo cltiir. sl)e r moved und that aud that Jud;e James Hryan, aged DO, died ut .In tore throatyuuliwd I'r klug'abew "1 Kianuiktid IIUs or sure eyi of anyu.o of lic iat lite a l(w, w. a. cCHics. n, p. a., u soaks sthict, Chicago, lit., o Glasgow. Ho was born In Culpepor, mhvUIIj and iffttftuully cured h tho y iureyuurlrli,ud oreteut I'neuuiouU John Hasgoll, of Uoston, Inbulod w c. niNiAhcoN, otN'l rats an. aocxt. oincinnati, o Muuey i,u.uuiutlou. I'rlo W tie and II 't 8lvB- - H' . l'"t up Va. Ill father and Wm. Jennlng llame while lighting a cigarette und Huiliirlaml's Fk loi i II uot currd. A trial bottle frte at lVuny '.i. In lulm.'uil wild on I' Koaruntt-oI lu,ull,u.,lltl fe.a4ieU.UH.Uki.Mili,lNlwtuuuul4WwU, UUaa4Ulli,Me;Ml, g bUire. , Uryan's giuudfutbcr were brothers. died. miu ut IViiuj . Hiug torc Tho long existing bad feeling Col. D. 0. Colson nnd L. HthcU Iwrt D. Scott, both of tho 4th Ilcglmcnt, en Init-stlne- Tho flro at tho restdenco of Mr. John O Stout wa caused by the explosion of n o lami, but tbo dames were soon extin- o guished. o The cold wi!fltllGr I Lhn trmtc nf nnnm o versallon and thn plumber aro kept o busy tbawlug frozen pipes anJ repair o log bursted one. o D. Thomas Marshall, of tho Porolgn o Mission Hoard of tho Presbyterian o church, is delivering Interesting lec- - o lures to thu students of tho Seminary. o Miss Salllo Worrall und her lltera' o turn class aro very busy preparing for o thi'lr entertainment this week. They o o will present "Tho Turning of the Shrew" ut tho opera hon-- o on the 21sl. Mr. J. S. Well received a telcgriim nnnouncing tho death of bis father, Dr. Wells, at Plant City, Flit. His many friends In this community pmpathl7o very deeply with him In this great sor- oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo O a Wall Paper AT COST. o o o o o o o o o B. McROBBRTS. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo W. IF 'TIME IS MONEY' iOUR THE CLOCK GO OMTICK? ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING REDUCED IN PRICES Telephone No. 11 The Globe, J. L. Frohman; & Co., KY. 1 1 3;:;SS3! I 11 y, I FREE FISIES (I UNDERWEAR I jus-tlc- lat GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. ': f CALDWELL & LANlERf , com-uillU- J Jose-whic- I I Jc. I I " I MUST1G0 WINTER UNDERWEAR OUR OVERCOATS I Led-yar- well-kno- I I ACTUAL COST i I Nothing But CASH I 1 y, 2sTO H. i TICKETS. M'F?OFZF?Rr2 I , J. Hop-klnsvll- .irssTss, ove-nlu- Stanford Female College. ifVILL BECIN MONDAY, JHNUKRY SHKI.'I'ON, PKESIDKNT. . throo-our-o- s s.-iui- 23RD. 1 1 1 nrrer-let-ti- e i,.,-..,- THE PEEN ,jg CKeJjIp ENT 1 lt - - Juan, , THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., - Feb. 14, 1809 W. P. WALTON. i. b l rI1 . - caught flro from a grate Friday, but uioimcr.s. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. lfll,Be, 7 Ians and Mxvunti was apparently extinguished with the Keep a bottle of Dr. Ayer'a Cherry Tee. M& ?J Overdrafts seeiired and unseeured ....... toral handy, on the deak. In the office, on loss of thoroora It originated In and Tub county bond salo occurs tomor V. 8. llon.li to iwtire elrrutatlon the ahell or In the cloiet at home, and yon ... 0(1,1" U o will have at hand a remedy that la capable tho roof. About noon tho flames broke U. 8. Itonda. .... Tt row. at any time of aavlnjc you auflerlnir, money, out again all over tho mansion and the 1,11 M SUscit, rwearlllea, elf and even life. There la no malady an proline of evil reiutta aa a ncf lected cold. furniture, and fliluret J,W CO TllB mercury was 22 degrees below Hinting-hour- , water pipes being frozen tho uremen There la no medicine ao promptly e.ffectlre In curing a cold and abaolutely eradicating at Danvillo and not a pound of coal was Due from National llantt (nut could do but Iittlo and tho building was ....... Agenli... Ita etlecta, aa Dr. Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral, 0,11 '3 totally destroyed. Mrs. Bradloy and of porsuaslon on htm to that end, ho lor salo. (very traveller ahould carry It. ltvary Due from State HinVi ami Hanker-- .. . 1 0) 11 . way to was shocked to find that ''tho irreprcs-slbl- o home hold ahould keep It. It curea every Miss Chrlstlno wcro on tholr .1,231 14 Ihi from reserve agents variety of cough, and all forma of long floating logs down Kentucky IWvenue While ..... 241 t stamp arrount and throat trouble. Aathma, bronchltla, Lexington when tho flro was discoveryoung man" "of both wit and footMeade and Spur-loc- Noteanfother National Hants croup, and whooping cough, are promptly T0 M) ed and Gov. Dradloy was at tho Capi- ing, with tho faculty of making himself river, two raftsmen, cured by It, and It hii In many caaea over, Kraellsjiial wore frozen to death. come pulmonary dlaeaaea In aggravated tair rurrencv, nickleand 3JS tol. Tho governor and other Stato of- exceedingly dlsagrccablo when he ,... . forma, when all other remedlea failed to renta help and phyalclana gave no hope ol cure. ficials worked like Trogans and suc- tries," had written and printed a most Mr. Will Lawful Money IU rta In Hint, tin NoAdvakck in Fbicb. Thove who for convenience have wanted a saving much of his oorsonal abuslvo artlclo of his frlond. To dis- Wcarcn tells us that J. H. Baughman Specie . ceeded In H.nM arualler alaed bottle ol Dr. Ayer'a Cherry lrl-lrndr note .. ,Vs; ft) 20,541 .10 rrctoral, can now obtain It of their dealer property, but In a badly dumaged con- own It and not rctnforco It was a dllll-ou- lt & Co., havo plenty of coal and have not In half alae bottlea, at half price jocenta. Uedeinpllon froni U. H Trtas'a (J Mend for Dr. Ayer'a Curlook, and read fr 4,V1 It) dition. Though It might havo been In doing so. advanced the prlco nor will they do so task, but bo succeeded cenl circulation) more of the curea effected by thla remedy. considered a beauty In tho day and As an honorablo and spirited man, Mr. unless forced by tho mines. This Is The hook coutalna ion pagea, and la aent free, on requctt. by the J. C. Ayer Co., Total t1M,!Url T tlmo of Its building, 17D3, tho mansion Emmett G. Logan, tho ono referred to, commondablo when wo consider bow Inwelt, Maaa. I.IA1I1MTIKS; was away out of dato and badly situat- promptly sent In his resignation, which many dealers In other towns havo takgovernors havo occupi- Mr. Wattorson declined to accept, after en advantage) of the conditions. 1'cnco Capital tock paid In no Thirty-tw- o ...... ..llWifl ed. .... . ed it and If all tho stories of tho many somo sharp censure, the forco of which & Pcrrln also say they havo not ad- Surplus fund UndltldM fronts, leaesipenteasnd lav grand entertainments thereof tho dis- was broken by well merited compli- vanced tho prlco. . ...... ea paid tinguished men of the Stato could bo ments. Logan was managing editor of National llank Notes outstanding.. told, It would form a most Interesting tho Courier-Journ- al at tho tlmo and for Froze to Death. Cornelius Bailey, Hue toother National Hunks. . . .. Ml SI pago of history. Tho next Legislature a long time was known among his jour- who lives In O. J. NowlandV houso in Due to Stall Hanks and Hankers ..... . .1.VI 16. tt M will havo to provide for a now mansion nalistic brcthron as "tho irroprcsslblo tho lower end of town, was found frozen Individual delta subject to chirk W5 0I Ku n J to pay tana'. . and it Is hoped that a site will bo De young man," Mr. Wattorson having ap- to death 200 yards from his homo this Liabilities other than those above italrd l,43U 00 does not so closely overlook plied tnat term to him la trying to nul- morning. He went hunting at 1 o'clock lected that .VJ5.- - S7 Total vestcrdav. Prom indications ho must tho penitentiary and other unpleasant lify tho offending article We promise another glorious week of unexstnpletl bargain In the Clrannro Sale of KTATKIlK KKKTl'CKY, 0 havo accidentally shot himself as he surroundings. Tho State carried Ufe nil Winter Good In Couii r of Lincoln, on tho old building, The Americans continue to havo had a sovcro wound In tho neck, no insurance to poko a rabbit named I. John R OwIey. eaililer of the alve which from first to last has probably everything their own way In tho Phil- was evidently trying Hank, do ftilemnly awear that theatovefttatetueot cost In tho neighborhood of a million ippines and it seems but a question of a out of a rail pllo with his gun, when It la tru to the of my knoarleiljca aad belief J. II. OWMXV, Caihlrr of dollars, each governor spending very short time before tho leader of tho went off, as blood in a puddle was found many thousands on It. Gov. Bradloy Insurgents, Agulnatdo, will bo tn cus- there oud also his gun. Ilo then tried of Suhacrllmd and aeorn to before me thlaI'llth tdar W M. llltltlllT.N 1. leh lew. will resldo at the Capital Hotel, and tody. Caloocan, ono of the strongest of to get home, taking his five rabbits Oiaartt Attest t II Siuiaa, If you will take tho tlmo to visit our atom you, will nee more opportunities t supJ.S.Owta.T,SK. ply your It Is said that Mrs. Bradley and Mies his points, was taken with but Blight with him, but froze after going about needs for smaller prices than you will likely rco ignlti alter llil salo enil; J. V Can, mile. Ho was a hard Christine will return to their home at loss, while his forces suffered heavily. a fourth of a Pint tola. like all other things it will have an end We are not figuring Imw mitrli the Rixxla The railroad and most of tho rolling working man and leaves a wlfu and two Lancaster, at least forlhe present. coat but how cheap they shall I reduced, that you will eo at once thu nrccasily nf stock, from Manila to Malolos, tho In children. supplying eS. Mil. Lkntz, au Ohio Congressman, surgents' capital, wcro taken making REPOKT OF THE CONDITION warmed MeKlnley's jacket for him tho transportation of supplies easier, and Hans Well, a tramp, frozo to death other day for-- practically rewarding opens up tho way to tho capture of that in a box car at Smith's Grove, on the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Gen. Eugan for blackguarding Gen. city also. Tho Insurgents are disheart- L. tc X. with full pay ened, from tho killing and capturing of Tho Warden Hotel and other buildAT STANFORD Miles, as suspension amounted to that. Figured down into several thousand of their mon, and ings at Wlckllffe, burned, entailing a to the Slate of Kentucky, at the cloie of butlneu 1'cb. 4ib, IKri dollars and cents, Mr. Lentz showed many havo gone to their homes. For loss of H 0,000. While this llnrgain Sale lash. When you come thi week atk lo nre the following RESOURCES An avalancho swept down tho monn- how much tlio outrageous bestowal of tho week ending Sunday, the American ilcai: l.OOOyanU Calico, 3c, 2,(kK)yanla Fancy Crliroc, 31c 3,(HX) yanU lietler clemency would cost tho country, to say loss was less than 300, with X)sItion taln at Silver Plume, Col., and 21 Ital IC4nand ditcountt ...... . 414 1i M trr.vleof Citliro, 4J nml 5c, A -- I Uiililcnclicddlicrliiig, Ac cr yurd, 44 llleachrtl Overdraft!, aecurcd and uniccuredHM . 3.M) 13 Siirelitif-- , 4cier yard. Ian miners lost their lives. nothing of us bad effects on tho array everywhere made moro effective PnMuacht I Jnton I'lintut, le. 7 -- H yard wld lied Wm. Burgess, of l'aducah, who tried U. S. Uonji to iccurt Circulation ....... DI.IMt () Ticking, otny Ac per yard; a few piccof of Pltnnelcllo led worth 10i now 7c per and its discipline. During tho six years It is satisfactory to read that crimi- to beat his brains out with a brick, 1). S lkrmla Vn bind of suspension Eagan will havo nothing l,M7 V) yard, a few piece of Flannelette left worth 8jc now G,c per yard. Men's and .. . 1'reniluru on S. Ilooda treasury nals get their dues In ono Stato at without success, luid our In the cold and Stock, tecuntlfl, et to do, yet will draw from tho Heavy underwear must mote rcgardlcot of ctil. Mun's and I km' Clothing . ... H.lCt 0. Uaaktag-houtfurniture and fiiturea.. ,J0 W at prlci-- to please all. $5,500 per annum or $33,000 for tho least. At Wilmington, Dot., Saturday, frozo to death. firi W Luscious strawberries are being gath- Otbvr real calatiaud mortgage own td whole time. Ho will then have reach- three men stood in tho pillory for un Due from National Uanka, not Ue- ed the ago of retirement. (H, and will hour and then with six others were ered around Orlando, Kla. At I'cnsa- . iintAcanr.,.mH. ,! JO; be retired at $4,123 a year. According taken to the whipping post and given cola, samo Slate, tbo streets wcro Due from State llaoki and lUokeri . ... :i '.hit M . Due from approved reserve agenta blockaded with snow. to mortality tables a man at G4 has an from 10 to 40 lashes each. H yards long Lace Curtains, 50c, VII U3 will man was convicted of murderous assault wild Lexington Check and other cash Item. .... King McNaraara, a expectancy of 11 years, which . (I'Jli 00 Note of other Nat. Uanka ' HJ vnnlslong " 75c, mako $43,375 If ho should live that and when his punishment was through youth, shot and perhaps fatally wound- Fractional paper currtocy, nickel and !IJ vards long extra wide Curtain, 04c, ed Jacob S. Keller, because ha protestlong, aggregating In all $78,373, as a blood trickled down bis naked back. CI11J .. .. .................... cent IIS InclirH wldo Scrim nncy strip; in pink 'i 1 blue, 7c, Specie .. IJ,U 01 ed against bis walking on him. reward for saying his commanding olli-cEditor R. Noaics, of tho Cor bin It is said that 200,000 barrels of whis- Legal tender note... 3.11 ( lit (An 01 "lied in hts heart, In his throat, in News, is developing into tho worst ky changed hands in Loulsvllln last Redemption fund with U. S, Trcacircr every pore," &c, when he charged that punster 3,CU tJ S percent, of circulation that over happened, and we week at 20 toa75o a gallon making "embalmed beef was sent to tho army don't say this bucauso ho accuses us Due from U.S. Treaa r, other than 5 xr Brokers reaped a harvest. cent dedeiuptlon fund on pretense of experiment' Gen. Miles wrongfully of being buncoed. If any White Ikd Spmtls, 11 by 72 inchea, only 60c, Is persona non grata with McKlnloy body Humphrey & Hughes' block, tho fin. Total iznfita W codld work a trick on us a pretty " " " 81 by 72, " unly7.'c, and tho war department or tho presi girl could, but unfortunately none has est In Van Wert, O., burned Saturday, LIADILIIILS. . . .. .1liu,Ul tu " ' " onlyliSc. H0liy7., " post- - Cipiul ituck ...... of $150,000. dent would not have been guilty of so attempted It. Tho with a total loss i Surplu fund ....... ;,!.') " " 00 hy 100 Mancllles pattern. ho was In tho outrageous an act-aoffice and Its contents were also con Undivided profit, leea capeaict and These goodi are nude of three ply ynrn, both warp and filling, and vrarr.itilcil not matter of setting aside the court . paid.... whitewash commission say tho sumed. taaea The Ill martial sentence against Eagan of total conduct of the war was tho best posst Mrs. Nannie Stodghlll, whoso Illness National llank Nolo outtundmi; .... ri.luo HI lo welghtcu with any aiihstance whatever, tiniiall In ipullty, nlvlo and finish, 211 23 Hemmed ready formo fl.S accompanying dis bio. This may do to tell the marines, Is noted in our Dunvlllo letter, died, Due ta other National Hank suspension with its . Due to State Rank and Ranker ml CI grace. but the volunteers can't be fooled that aged (15. Mrs. Mary Juckson is also Individual deposlta ftubicct to check I0e,ul.l 31 dead. She was the wife of C. Green Notre and bill redtxttuntcd way. AN exchange speaks of poor old tTi .Vi Liabiht.ia oilier tnan thoae above Haled Jackson. as a "noted character." l-2Charley .Mooro POLTICAL POINTS. c Who ever heard of such u thing? Tho Total . .... M tU V Jt meant notorious of course. Moore I OK KENTUCKY, hTATE mer:ury went 8 degreoi below ut At .. ConTho president in a message to County of Lincoln i nowed tho wind and in tho Columbus .' iioien uorsetn, the lili;eat uuriln ever ollertM. "o anil .1 c, lanta and Id below at Annlston If any I, John J.McKobertt, cashier of above named Wo have many oilier tiling at aiirpriainly low price, ta.it fur the w.inl uf space penitentiary Is reaping tho whlrwlod. gress urges haste in tho construction of crops are left In the South, It will bo n (link, do solemnly wear that the above Hate ment It true lolhe be.l of my knowledge and be we itro compiled to le.ive them nil, hut coma an I sua for yourself and be The lunatic asylum Is the placo for a cablo to Manila. convinced lief. JOIINJ McKOUKKl Caihicr Tho Senate will voto on tho wonder. him however, but his friends nhould to day Winter goods go at coit and lielow cont, Faclnalura, Flannel Skirl, Mrs. Ambroso Smith, ol Lexington, or Subscribed andwornm. before me thi -Ulb i., s ren. ivr i.. iiiui.ii i. have had him placed In ono beforo ho McEnery resolution as to tbo policy died at Coffoyville, Mo , where she was I S. IIockim, r. r scattered so many seeds of Infidelity towards tho Philippines and other ter- visiting her son, G. I. Smith. Tho next And Dirccion Ilium., J W lUl Dl.i and obscenity to corrupt young minds. ritory. wero day hu died and tho bodies In tbo last Issuo of the Advocate W. All have to go lo make mom for Summer Goods. Coma and Ket your abate of (he Mooro Is already sick of penitentiary brought to Harrodsburg for burial. N.oa?! bargains, don't wait until they are all gone and then want them. Yoti may cry ytnr life and has applied for a now trial, Vernon Richardson and James A. With the thermometer at 20 degrees ItEPOItT OF THE CONDITION yen out and we couldn't supply thu longlfolt w.int t'nuie anil he convinced. while his Lexington Mends are going Slaughter announce themselves candi- below cro and at U o'clock at ulght, to petition the president for a pardon dates for the Legislature. men 'wero liumerb-c- d THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, Win, Klalr, who was nominated for ono woman and two by Rev. Wharton, of tho Christian AT HUSTONVILLE, Gen. Miles Is not a bit alarmed over tho Legislature at Lexington, used to the court of Inquiry appointed to Inves- be a newsboy and later was a page in ehurch, at Coal Run. O. A holo had In the State of Kentucky, at the clo.e of btislneii to be cut In tho ace. teb. 4tb, im tigate his charges that embalmed bief the Houso he will sit as a member. T.I) KANKY, Manager Editor B. J. Newton, of tho O won ton was bent to his array by Commissary KLSOU1ICES Ilranch Btort-- at Fans, Oirlislo, Mt. Hterling, liarilstown, Lawreiuehurg, LAND AND STOCK. nlli. JHJ,4IC 7t Loam and ditiouiiti Gen. Eagan as he has mountains of ev-- I Herald, said to a Cincinnati Enquirer ana, VcrHtlllea, Eminence, Georgetown, Klisabetlitown. Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. Overdraft!, secured and unsecured. .. .. I, Mi SI Jenco to back his charges. Tho gen- man: "It Is my prediction that Sena The Record notes sales of corn In U S, llondi lo secure circulation. ...., Uiil Ol eral will also llkoly toll some other tor Goobel will bo nominated fur gov Garrard ut $1.25, delivered. SIO ") YOU CAN'T llHTTKIt A Uankmc House, furniture aad Galure. tiings that will further disgrace tho ernor by the democrats of Kentucky, In It Is reported that half of the leaoIi Due Irons National llanki, not Rt iW &l aerva Agent war department and a sensational trial which event bo will bo triumphantly crop of Georgia has been killed. &,iS2 37 elected." is expected Thompson bought of J, L. Due from State UanWand llanken Frank H,ta.7 41 Hue from approved remve atcnls Tho government doesn't mind ox- - Hutchlns a bunch of calves ut $13. IS M . Check! and other cash llemi IT Is a great deal cheaper to buy a For a cast plow or a , M Whon Gen. Otis acknowledged ., '0 tA C. B. Reld's former pride, Sister Itevenue Staiu Legislature than to debauch a who lo tb(J d, h,m of tho ml(I. Stella, won her race ut New Orleans Note ol other National Hanks ..... VM " very quickly aU Cill,0B of State, so the Senate 8 , trcM Fractional paper currrncy, nickcla and ,10 M,d hg Aaturdnv. lh 10 47 on the table a motion by Allen, o , knowledffe oMtg ,)rovUloniJ wua ltuleIl. ceuti J. M. Hill bought of McGowo, of tho Lawful Money Keserva in Hank, vu For a ateel plow Wit.lmvu iourasKu, w, ruu uiv u vu..s.sus.u ,u. , Ui Thotextoftho treaty wus cabled Highland section, u small bunch of ,Wi W Specie ....-- . Vfk ameuumeui, ft.urt.iljllHrt .ur w.o aldaln lQ h,m Rt u C(wl of M)00() Hruv.u.uK Redemption fuud with U S treasurer ' steers ut 3.11, Of u. a. senators uy apupuiur vuio. 'f 30 M 5 per cent of circulation.. John D. Wblto has announced his James Parks has engaged a lot of JI3",'Jtl it cttnUlUacy Ior commissioner in tbo bogs In Garrard at 3c. for March .........Total On all the 'oo.N, und bag that you oill itml sou 111 bufore buying. THE Louisvlllo Dispatch may or jiay . LIAIULUIEb. buvo changed lu iwllcy, lut of ono lhlrd railroad district. Huhas notlUed Hvery.-Rcc- ord. uarnett, of tue otalo g. P. Warner, of Garrard, sold to Capital Slcnk paid ill.- - Vttn 10 thlnir thoro Is no doubt and that Is that " editorial central coiumuieo, mat, no win insist Dick Wallls, of Cynthlana, six small Surplus fund.... . leas capensea an4 V" Undivided profits, on a primarwhon tho time comos to cotton mules for $21)0. , pagosclntllluto with bright und enter- MI0 M tases paid mako tho nomination. T. II. Smlluy, lato of Morelund, will, National Uank notes outslandiii); ...... lu,70l il talnlng opinions and comment. mamatsh j . 1,'i.Jl t'l Senator E. C. Llnnoy, ono of thd re- -' with his brother, huvo a big comblnu-tlo- n Due toother National Ilanka. Due to rltata Hank aoJ bank, r Is now editing tho publicans who held out against tho C. V. SuoltT, who sale ut Lexington, Mur. 13 to 10. IIiom abuve itatul Plnevlllo Courier, Is making a newsy electlou of Hunter for IT. S. Senator, ' During the six days' nuics of trottem LlaliUilU ollior tliau A. Individual depositi subject lo check . . o,-.of It. Brer bller, the Jyrmer was elected second usslstant secretary at Lexington by Woodurd &. Shunklin, Nulea and Mill redl"Ouutl ohcet 3,'JIO Ol silently slolo of tho Board of Equalisation, composed .f)71 wcro sold at an uverage of $170. editor for a few duvs, . ... .JIMVIISi Total principally of antMIuntor men. away, without saying goodbye or be Uitfker. (ashler of the ahova liauicil 1. J U' Thu Merchant's Handicap, worth $1, I HailV, do silcmuly you. to Ttioro are only nlno announced can 500, was won at New Orleans Saturday , Smj "ff.Sr.W "IS.V , w iio.ki.ii.i'iiaiiler tho , SAMJONra'IncoinelssaldtoboMj,. dldutes for tho Legislature In Jcdsu by Hon Itonald. Laureate was second Sauicrlbed and iwornj to belora mo tlualllli. with election nine months o J. and Joo Shelby third. II, V. lll'K, N. I', L, C, No wonder ho thinks that year. Uavol l'el., 'M. i:uw. Auoiin. corn at $1 barrels L;.Co.0Jk' Ume. havo come, when a man can ,f ' -- A. ' 350Sales of 150fodder zXof15c, a car load7a, V Dirtctori. J W. I'iiwH.I, ' ' of shock of Lk. that much by simply p.ayln, tbo J II. lliuiwc. cattle at Ut und ono of bogs at Ho uro bu,Ioon ! L. Crutcher and Frunk Ilorlno. reported in tho Harrodsburg DemoWo went to wur with Spain to rollovo crat. TilK Louisville DUiwitch's Valeutlnvs to celebrities, with thu urauslng outs tho oppressed subjects of that country A couple of Clark county men havo For Fertlllwrs. Harness und Farming Implements at ut a nd "pomes," was the work of Its glf ted and now wo bave to kill tbem to keep bought 1,700 ifrcoti haras In Cincinnati loailnst Uoue lu 4mt atyla eud workuianshlii. ! IboM lvlu Id the counlrv can tiave llielr;wrlf Klmer Ilurruss, and prov- - them relieved. young artl.t, Dead at 7c a pound and will euro tbem In the 1W raeicDotss. l'blllpplnos will not bother us In the wanner which has madotho UlueCraw dooaK.al their bums al Careuler House, Slsnford KU.N HLA U, ed a decided hit. i 1 Thr executive mansion at Frankfort Itfdoubla column", doublo leads and nearly six columns Mr. Wattorson tolls a most Interesting story In Sunof politics and day's Courier-Journ- al matters In general at tho National Cap ital, 40 or moro years ago, In paying friend, loving tribute to his John Russoll Young, librarian of Congress, who recently died after ft singularly brilliant lifo as editor, diplomat and author. Besides giving much un published history, Mr. Wattorson takos occasion to refer to an incident, with which, wo comparatively younger men of tho quill, ara familiar. When Mr. Young was appointed minister to China by I'rosidont Arthur, after Mr. wattorson bad used his llllmltablo powers In Hfo-lo- future by fighting for their freedom. How tho Spaniards laugh. Carlisle Mercury. Editor John Me. Mcloan, of tho Ledger, wants to represent Calloway county again. Ho Is for Blackburn, Gov. Bradley caught cold fighting tho 0ro at tho oxecutlvo mansion and could not attend tb'o meeting of tho republican leaguo nt Dayton, O., whero ho wai to speak on Abraham Lincoln. county hums so famous, and then put them on tho market as such As they expect to get 15c por lb. for thorn, thoy would seem to havo a good thing. qu.um.ui y iii'.iiiut ok No. SIM THE MAN WHO LIVED. He should have been dead. tub Liiula Counij OK KTANHlltll, KY, At th. rlon of limine. Feb. 4lk, ftW kit. IS. But he wasn't, because- There's nothing anecee ! like uceen." Taere tana withiTanillnf the llvlnr lea. meat at th tnaa whit ahoulil be dead, who lan't dead, but who would be dead, but (or a preaereinf medicine. Trial', about the way It seemed to atrlke Itdltor Lawrence ol (ha Ohio Parmer, Cleveland, Ohln. lie waa afflicted with one of thoie cold, that hare, Ihonaanda of tlmea over, culminated In consumption, when not promptly cured. In this condition he met a friend, a con. amptlve, whom he had not e peeled to pvcbiitc. anc consumptive menu recoil mended Dr. J, C AVI era c herry Pectoral for the editor's cold, on the ground that It had neiDctl htm wonder lull v." It helped in editor Jott aa wondetlully, altlna: -but read hla aiizioai inaiant rcuci." letters "Abont two montht afo, I waa afflicted with a bad cold, and, mectinr a friend, he adelaed th die of Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral which, he claimed, had helped him won. Oerfnlly. Aa he waa a consumptive, whom 1 had aat expected to eee alive for aeteral I concluded there mn.t be merit In hla preparation. I arcordlnely boucht a couple of botltea, one of wnlch I keep on my deak, all the time. Thla la certainly th beat remedy for a cold I ever tiaed It Cleea almoat Irntarlt rell'f and the J C AyerCaa. are tobecotisratnlatr.1 on vott Via-- the formula for auch a eery ealuahl remelr.M W. II. Kdltor,The Ohio Farmer, Cleveland, Ohio. ,wnc, ,) n k, ... ... ... e ..... THE. LOUISVILLE STORE ! $9,-50- - I! DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND BOOTS AND SHOES. Present And Future Needs. c, n s LACE CURTANS I 1 .. M White Bed Spreads. .... 1 s 111 40 Different Patterns of Percale at 5c, 7 and 10c. Ladies' Gents' Underwear, i- j The Louisville Store. VHJ1LCAN (GrlGBBS9 I I KMFUBMAIi' FliOW jj - a. w.cs-s.u- J - E.EIDTJOEID PRICES l"-n'- B. K. WEAKEN A SOV. ' 1l - 4m 2L "e, I I ?"- f J wmi VEHICLES OP ALL KINDS. m mmmm FERTILIZERS AND DRILLS W. A. lll CARSON'S, STANFORD. i u the tlmo to buy clover seed. Dkatii, Josh Crabtrcc, who fell at Craig k Hockor's. Come tout. J, II. Haughmnn & Co. " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL to from his homo while returning from yy p Iron Fence. jjuj.T.Toiiiny iuo. court day, died of hi'J.not In the habit of town ,iwtBged nbout 80. Ho his injuries, 100 IIU8HW.8 clover eecd to tell at reA GEHMAN, Sunday, was burled duced price. II. K. Wcaroa A Son. getting too much "redeye, would have at John Skldmore's Fkii, 14, 1899 SrANPOKi), Kv., yesterday. A-csmB,1, ( Saturday night, but for tho kind ii Good mornlnp I tlavo yoi gotten any ness of Joo II. Whto nnd Samuel W. COLLISION. Freight trains Nos. 3S Valentines ihl Hth of February? Mcncfcc, who took him lo tho latter's and 38 collided a mllo'pouth of East E. C. Walton, Uuhinish Manaueii. ,11 I n DANVILI.K Iii $70,176 In debt, but iho homo nnd thawed him out. Ho bad Hcrnstadt at 3:30 Satunlnv mnrnlnir. Mill Work. "" ivuuiuiij. NiOJS fallen from bis wagon and was nearly causing a loss estimated at about 2,000 you bavo tho ccms to bavo '7,liti.G7 to pay It with. YbUlt doctor know that . ' 'and probably fatally Inlurlnir Ilrakc- right klnil, tuA best quality nnd tho To LOAN. $l,fi00s on good, unencum frozon when found. ' man Ilcubcn Thompson, of Lebanon exact quantity of medicine when you EDDY. Glenn Kddy, who put up tho havo your prescription filled at Penny's bered real estate. Will loan only tho Junction, who was riding In the cnglno tolephono lino between this place nnd Drug Store. whole amount. Apply nt this ofllco. of No. IB. Ho Jumped beforo tho trains Danville, died Sunday morning at that met and tho wreck piled upon him, TllK court of apptals modified on Its place after a protracted Illness. Ho was PERSONAL AUD SOCIETY GOSSIP. face the opinion In tho caso of Glvens 2!) years old and left a wife, who wns a hurting him nbout tho head and Injuring him Internally. It took tho crew Mil. II. T. II AititlH It very ill of vs. FJannery, but overruled the petition Miss Gray, but no children. Mr. Kddy nn hour to get Will ho him out of tho debris. plurlsy. for rehearing. was a son of Ho v. L. Kddy, ono of tho Fireman Howies, of tho samo train, was W. P. IlAltKU, of Ihu LoulsvllluPost, Goon Loixik Messrs. M. F. Klkln original telepbono men In tho State. slightly injured. Tho trains met on a Is hero with Agent J. W. Boldcn. and J lF. Water nro back from Mon- - Ills funeral will occur at tho Methodist curve and both were running fast. Tho Mihs NirrriK Wiiay went to Danville church at 2 l M. today fault wns with Conductor Nuchols and Saturday to visit Ml ft Hesslc Hlchards. llcello where they organized, a yood Moi'.LlK WltAYls visiting her Maccabeo loilgo of 2(1 members. GaVKIT Ul'. John C. Gooch hn Knolneer Young, of No. 33, who overMltH. given up tho mall lino between hero looked a meeting order. daughter, Mr. II. C. Haughman, In thu TilKUK I nothing short about Tho and Klngsvllloand J. W. Helden, who Weil limi. IN the county court yesterday, Globo, J. It, Frohmon fc Co., proprieWilliam Siiikiit, of Cliiy county, Is tors, Danville. They stuto Ic tho Ad- took tho original contract, Is having It will of Mrs. Salllo VanArsdalo tho betreut-muLowest l'rlcw. Work Guaranteed. carried again. Ills brothers, Nath and queathing ull at Joseph Prlco lollrmary for vocate that they will give a half dozen her property to Mrs. JcIT, tako It tlmo about this cold wcalh of I1I1 eyes. Fannie Green, was probated. Mr. John overcoats to boys, who provo that they or, and yesterday tho ClIAHLKH TllUli, ono of tho 1)01 men former took It In S. Hughes was are really needy. named as executor, but In thu Oitcnhelm section, In very low a sleigh. Ono of Mr. Gooeh's reasons, ho found It was not necessary for him 2S -- That's what J. W. James, tho so Mr. Ueldco tells us, win that J. G. with pneumonia. tna'iollfy. (. apt. Geo. II. McKlnnoy' ' MitH. John II. Miiookr has joined Crab Orchard distiller, says his Martin, from whom ho bought the io ng your plow started, and we old country boys know how will was also probated nnd A, A. Mc- Itl li half her husband In Atlnntu, wlicro they thermometer registered tract, refused to glvo up curiam papers Kinney quail tied at executor It leaves jumpwlcn ou go to ria un a team,right of Tour h irneii will be misrlne. N ow don't on the hired boy, bul come to will make their homo. Friday morning and It Is thu lowest wo bo held. all bis property so him, with the exA I'KKTTV picture of the lovely Miss havc'bcurd of In tho county. Monduy Mr. J. S. Wells, of Dan ception of small bequest to each of the WELLS. the titmu thermometer was 30bolow. Ucstlo Murkshury, of Lancunlor, ville, Is called upon to mourn tbodculh other children. W. P. Grimes qualifiIn Saturday' Courier-JournIt was so cold Sunday night it killed of his excellent father, Dr. II. Wells. ed as administrator of tho estate of M, And they will fix you up nil right with plow lines trace chains, collars, hames, back Mil. AND MltH. J. KaNIKJU'II H.MI-KItho buzzards. Mr. Isaac Humlltou tel- who died at Tampa, Fla., last wcok, N. DoPuuw, who left no will. Mrs. bands, etc., nnd of Lancaster, spent several day ephoned us yesterday hu found aired (m. tie hud been sick for somo Uronaugh and H. II. Drooaugb qualifi with her parent, Mr. and Mr. J. F. seven dead near his that homo. Tho old time nnd Mr. Wells paid him a visit. ed as executors of tho will of Dr. G. W. Will sell you a Deering Hinder, while Cash. gentleman was (u years old Sunday and Hii tondllloo took a turn for tho better Uronaugh, to whom Is dlvlscd all his Hits. W. II. O'llANNON and i:. J. ho (.ays this frigid snap lays any an. i there was promlsa of recovery, but property but 10 shares of Stanford Wathat he Drown went to Hrodhcnd and Mt. Ver ti'ii end camo when leuit expected, to ter Works stock, which Is given to ever know In the shudo. non, rcscctlvoly, yesterday to seo Puts up your plow harncsi. h dden that Mr. Wells could not reach Miss Mlnnio Munduy. J. II. Carter, Till: Loulsvlllo Store coplo nra go- tho scene oven In tlmo to look upon tho of Highland, was granted llcenso to Nkws come from Juckson that Mr ing to add another store to their al- features cold In death. Dr. Wells was mako brandy. U. G. Denny wus J. K. Patrick, who was Mis lloo Itlch-an- ready long list soon, and Mr. Max Sal- a practicing physician of high standing, deputy county clerk und formerly of tint place, hus an inger has made n tour of thu State In both professionally and at a man. A !' other girl search of u location. Ho was favorably wile and a daughter, Mrs. C. C. Carl IlAltltlS. After n short illness of Mlt.J.C. Mt'KKK, ono of Umdon's Impressed with London and may glvo ton, nro tho other members of the fum pleurisy, Mr II. T. Harris died at 10 o best cillruns, passed through la that lown a "Loulsvlllo Store." lly who survive. o clock last night, aged OS years, his Frlduy to attend tho bcdtildo of d To TllK I'KN. Deputy Sheriff J. J Jan. II. If you need anything in Gent's, Ladies' or Children's Underwear, we ofler any HOW'S THIS KOK C0I.U?-- U. hlsjbrolhor, Kev. Jooph McKce. G.Don- - birthday having been ,n Hrdln county, Ky., and liber-e- ll Garment in the house at actual cost. Mil. William Stuaiit, who,usboen Wood, of Itockcastlc, passed down lo ny tells m that while Capt H F. Pow- - Uorn was getting Jen' Thursday It wasu,y educated for the times both In nt Joseph Price Inllrmury a month for rVunkfort Saturday with Greeley Lay-u- r and Georgo Dcrlivn, who gol2nnd 21 for tho wagon to stand for a!cruluro ttnd tho law- - graduating In the treatment of his eye, returned lo Crab years, reseutlvoly, at tho special term short while In tho water, which came lutter ut Frankfort la- - school, he came Orchard yesterday, much Improved. MlHrt Mauoik N'OKL, owing to tho ofcuurlal.Ml. Vernon. Ijiyer killed up to thu hulx. After making a trip or to this county Inter and no man ever cold weather. hus hud to give up her Jack Klgsby und Derbeo shot W. 11. two the wheels became tightly locked started with brighter prospects. Of Grocery, Kcdmon. Kwllon In tho Hluo Gra and Investigation showed that the axles good address and a tine orator, he soon -. Suits 8 to 12 and C. I.. Dunes I now clerking there. were frozen to tho wheels so tightly became the leading member of tho bar And Gloves at less than Ihe cost of production. Hoys' Heavy Foil once tho eoplc, who had no years, worth H, closing price i 1.40. Mil. ANIiMllS. W. S. Mi'GL'lHK ure business here, showed their good that the horsci could not pull It and thu and tho old restdentcrs tell us that back from Jackson county where l hey senco by not coming to court. Tho captain win compelled to get another mero was raro.y ucaso mat, no was not went to attend tliu buriul of Mm. II. I. crowd yesterday, was iraaller than tho wagon In Its place. This Is no joko and on ono or lho other Jdc- - n ninrrled Clark, tho latter' mother. She wus average Saturday afternoon. There Mr. ivnnvimn nr.i.i.i..n ..,.rvi proof If Miss Jnno Crulg In li7 and sho with $1, 25c. also the mother of Senator Clark wan'l a fimt of stock on the market any ono doubts his word. Tho Ice threo children, Mr. C. W. Kremer, Ji:SK H. Kkhi received a letter Sun- either, that we saw, and business wus which was being gathered from u creek Mrs. M. E. Lord and Mrs. Bessie Saun $2 SO and 13. closing price 75c. $1 and was about six luches, but that un ponds ders, survhe. Having a fondness for Iloys' Heavy Cassimere Overcoats worth $2, day from tilt mother, who In visiting at dead as a door pall. newspaper writing ho assisted in tho 3125. We have a few Ladies' Hats left that we Intend to sell if they don't bring was 10 to 12 In thickness. C. II. and L. M. Held, at New her son. goods all trimmed by Mrs. various ventures here, moro or less to the dollar. Come and seo the?, they are Clotiiks Huiin'k.I). llourno VuoAra- Orlcnns, saying that tho thermomeUr County Clerk G. largely, and for the first year or so of Duddcrar. was at tho freezing point utid that the dale hud the misfortuno to bavo his 11. Didn't Default. Cooper In response to Inquiries. from tho writer' charge of this paper, ho Sunday suit ruined by flro Sunday leoplo thcro weru suffering. morning. Ho had placed the clothes on tho Dully Hond Iluyer, u New York fi did excellent work for It. About a doz Huston-rlllPowKLL. of Miss n: nancial paper, writes that tho county ago he moved with his family writes u that W. O. Monnotl, a chair near lho lire so as to get them never defaulted en Its principal or in en years to Louisville, but tho longing for homo of F. II. Monnett, who used to warm beforo getting In them, but the lather F.veryday. We need room nnd all Winter Goods must go. t terest, except to suspend tho payment lKcsscd blm and ho returned about live In the West Knd, dropH.d dead of chair toppled over nnd they got entire of Interest on $3,200 worth of bonds for four years ugo. For years his health heart dlseasu ut Marion, O. Ho was ly too warm for anything. tX) days. Ho adds that the legality of has been poor and his onco bright mind In thu Huslonvllle section. HooKKit. Mr. J. Warren Hocker Its bonds has never been questioned, from long suffering hud beeomo OK Mrs. Smith D.ivls Vowell, the has received notice of lho death of his und that there Is no litigation affecting clouded, notlcably, however, only Advocate fays: A before observed, uncle, Larkln Hocker, of Knob Nosier, bonds landing. Ho also sends tho fol to those who bad known him In his this earth holds but few better women Mo. Ho wus a brother of tho latu W. lowing llnanclul data: Uonded debt (in palmiest days. Ho was entirely conthan Mm. Vowell, and the young II. II. Hocker. but moved from this eluding this Issue) t'0,000; sinking scious up to tho moment of his death who hus been fortumtto enough county somo SO years ago. Ho was 88 fund, none; assessed valuation, $0,000, and spoko of hi approaching dlssolu d to win her will have to be n model yeursoldund his wlfo had preceded IXM); actual valuation (estimated) $S,000,- - ti,m os calmly and as fearlessly us ho prove worthy of her. This, him to ihu grave a number of yoais. to ouu; mx ruio per i,imo, .ou; popuiu- - would bavo talked of other matters. In however. Is already assured, as he Hon (estimated) 18,000. this olllco where he spent most of his STATU Glwuds. Of the new second stands high wherever ho U known. ho was loved by all and he will Uvxlngton pupers suy that Miss reguneni, ii nus oeen decided, say a J. S. Pettus, who was tlmo, Pkttub. Mr. Till: bo sadly missed, as he alwuys bad someChrlstlno Hradloy wa lovely In classic dlsNitch, that Iexlnglon Is to have a daughter of II. Green Cummins, und thing pleasant to say or to J Joko about. silken draperies an she stood enfolded three companies, whllo tho remaining a sister of James F. Cummins, of this At last life's fitful fever Is over und her golden nlno companies will bo located ono each place, died at her homo near Preach-orbvlll- o in tho slurry banner. l'on ho sleeps his last sleep. May It bo Sunday, aged 27. Consumption tresses lightly rested a dainty liberty ut Covington, Neworl, Frankfort, sweet and restful. Wednesday morning d enpmado alter GiIhou' conception. Poweo Valley, Uarlourvlllu, Somerset, was thu trouble und sho hud been 10 o'clock tho rcmulns will bo taken es to her bed for a long time. Uo at Stanford, Williamsburg und Ashland. ed as "Tho Ilepublle" and She from bl laic residence on Main Street tho battleship Kentucky, L.u iiowun sauiiey, oi this otnee, was sides a husband, three llttlo girls, tho convoyed to Buffalo Cemetery, m old, uro left and In the Torostchorean carnival. When ottered tho captaincy of tho company to youngest bul three-yea- rs prow of tho shlp,drue bo raised here, and hu has made, an to mourn adevotod wlfo und motlieo whoro ufter a short service ut the j she stood on thu j grave, they will bo consigned to tho ml In tho national colors, sho was the lo get thu requisite number of men, Mrs. Pettus hud been u member of tho tomb. . Inrurnatlon of womanly grace and dig but llnds that the boys uro not anxious H.iptlst church since a girl and wus u f& TllK AllUTlC Sl'KLL.--"An- d all that to beeomo arlor or'any other kind of splendid woman In every way. After nty. they would talk about was tho neigh funeral services ut the homo of Mr. soldier. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Pettus' father, J. F. Pettus, yestorJay, bors and tho weather," was said of a TllK iNTKUIOIt JOl'KNAL, published youthful couplo much In love, bul peo-plHarp's yesterday morning, camo slowly In this by Hov. W. T. H. Whlto, tho remains 4S stamp picture for $1 at hereabouts do notoven discuss their woro laid uwuy In tho family burying gallery. afternoon heavy with frost, looking al ground. neighbors, so busy dues lho weather .m Percales, Palmer Suiting and hundreds of other new things most us old as tho editor, und I don't keep them. When wo went to press I HANDi.r. ihe H. F. Avery utid SIP HitOADDU.s. Of tho grip after :i:i mean Kd, either, Dr, Alcorn in DanFriday, tho mercury hud Just marked of excruciating illness, congesver steel plows: also harness and sad- devoutly hop- 22 below hero and ville Advocate. It youthful upiear-unc- o hours In tion of tho brain having Intervened, dies. W. A. Carson. must have boon tho subject of led that tho worst wus over. It hardly ... Prof. Georgo W. llroaddu, teacher nnd got above zero Saturday or Sunday and DOitSKY SANlillKlE, a good colored general remark nnd tho promise of liv- lawyer, died ut hi homo ,...,.,.. .v... at PilattoClty, r. ... K girl, and a nleco of Frank Atkins, li ing to tho rio old ugo attained by tho Mo., and wus burled beforo his stster, i doctor commented upon. When it shall former record. At any rato It equalled dead of consumption, Mrs. Hubert McAlIster, received thcl have beeomo n old, thu editor will bo lit. Nearly everybody said It wus tho Mil. J. K. UliUCK remomlwr u duller Bitlslled lo draw It drupcry about it news. Ho married a Missouri lady,who court than yesterduy. It was In lb5- - and luy It down to pleasant dreams of hud never visited Kentucky, four year, ferlng even In bouoes well supplied with Informing Mrs. when llrugg urmy was horo. having broken thu record for nowspa ugo, und she write coul. Saturday It suowed ull day und 8 ... McA., whom sho husnuver seen, of tho! or 10 Inches now cover tho ground. telephone line will per existence. TUB long distance death: "Vou will know how dear ho! .. Tho cold snap begun thu night of bu closed from 1 to I this ufternoon on tiik uarrodsourg ucmoorut tells a was to me, when 1 say thut standing on Feb. :i, since which time, the mercury account of Manager Wdy'n death. good story on Lt. Jim Suulluy. Hu'foll tbu verge of mypusthupplnoss, looking hus not been higher than 23 degree at j Dried In lovo with u Porto Hican beauty and forward tp tho dreary roud thut stretch 7 A. M. any morning, lunging tho other OUll stock of Cunned (3ooJ eTout before mc, I do not think tho mornings from 22 below to 15 above. Fruits and eutablo U full and complete ui snuw uir uiieeiioii, oeciueu lo give her a Christmas present. A pufflboM 'our.yeur of perfect bliss thut ho gave i According to lho reports Vuneoburg Call utid seo us. Warren .V Shanks. wus suggested as tho proper thing 'aud pie , aeany oougui, ut ino oxpenso 01 u coldest place In tho Statu Friwus severe ho wont to a store kept by u Spun Mtnu oi lonely misery, a Kiiuer, day, tho below zero, CarlU'.u camo next, ClIANUK.- - Owing to tho -110 CHILLEDr und moro loving husbaud never weather, I have H)stpoiied tho salu of to get ono. A ho could not mako with 28, Lebanon 27, Nlcbolasvllo 2i, nt away und left u wife dcsoluto." Hurrodsburg 1, Lancaster 22, Danville man understand what ho wanted b personalty to Mar. id. II. A. Abraham. tulklng ho tried to do so with signs, by Speaking of blm, u local paper says: 18 and Hurbourvlllo 12. The latter was going beforo u looking glass und tap- "Prof. Hrouddus wus u member of the tho highest In ull this section, TllK Kentucky Colonels, thu llnest ping his linger on hi face as ho sup. Huptlst church, a Musou, u will .appear Tho groceries bavo dono somo bust malu quurtetto on tho roud Kod u girl would do with thu powder tod mini, founder of tho Camden Polut at Walton's Opera Houso Saturduy in lho box. A smllu that betokened bl Military Institute, a uoblo mun who ness during thu cold snap, becauso people have to cut, but other brunches huvc and press every- understanding night, lHth. PaK-rlit up tho Spanlurd' deserved and hold tho esteem ot all who not paying for the boeu ut u stund-siil- l, where speak of them us a suoerb musi- faco and ho proceeded to wrap up u know him. Ho curried $1,000 fife coul necessary to keep their establishcal organization. Deceased was u graduate of paukugu. Jim was much pleuscd at hi ment warm. adCoal. J. II. Haughman & Co. sold offort and soon hud tho present deliver-o- d Contra College and afterwards was Miss Monduy morning's lomporuturo broko to bU sweetheart. Ills chagrin can mitted to tho bar. Uo married at rolull over 2,M)0 bushels of coal all records hi Kentucky, nothlug llko It supplying parties at Lancaster, bo Imagined when sho returned It with Annlo Todd, but thoy had no children. over being beforo known. It ranged Indignation and ho found tbat ho had Mr. McAlIster I hart broken over Junction City, McKlnnoy and ooo man from 18 below at Mt. Sterling to .10 at only brother, aud friends For Sale by who lived ulosu to Danville. Pence, &. sent her a box of soap. Tho engage- tho loss of her Lebanon. Great sufforlng Is told of everywhere, many persons have froion Pcrrln also hud suvoral teams engaged ment was doubtless broken off and tho boro send slncerest sympathy, sUrOwnntnn. Wlnehosler. Richmond to death and stock have died by tho HIGO-IN- S until late at night and lllled icorcs of lieutenant will hardly uomo homo with (und hundreds. Nlcbolasvlllo paper please note. u wife. and otbor counties. wagons from this Is to-da- Pink box stationary. No nil tip- - Now PH, Jl.:..l j C2Tv jv JL - ii , ri..i t Pjbrrx STANFORD, KY. 1 MR EYES ! Accurately Tested And Fitted CRAIG & HOOKER'S nt - E np-po- BBAZLBY & CARTER. IfcTIEVIlsr al. JACK ted !, Last Call On Winter Ms Wll-mor- pa-se- FASCINATORS, HOODS, al e Boys' Heavy Cassimere Knee Pants, Closing Price, Worth tirst-clai) Ji-ss- e, Our SPRING LINES Are Coming In well-kno- JOHN P. JONES. gen-llcm- hut-ban- 1 Bran New Silk s, S ! Black Crepons, eon-fine- I White Goods, rt o Embroideries, Laces, Towels, 1 1 SERGINE FRANCAISE, .. Table Linens, 1 s Zeigler Shoes Black, Tan And St ... Patent Leather. ,.' SEVERANCE SONS. BUY THE wull-udu- ca s And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow & McKINNEY. mm The Best In The World. ... y. ML VEBWH. ftMTRIMOMLMATTERS. at- MANILA'S MELODRAMA. THEJMTERfORJOURHAl 3Piillb.d.Xu.A.jr avaid. XrllT- - Slato Inspector Lcatcr Is hero tending court. Tho thermometers stood at 32 below hero Monday morn In jr. Court Is moving alontr itowly on ac fBIUCIl VKiVIt I JVDVYNCIC count of cxtrcmo weather. Grooly Lnlr and J. Diirbln wero tak-o- n irffhraiiDI no raid ma. SO will behari. to tho Fran fort pen Saturday. Mrs. Ncsbltt, your valued reporter, U visiting in tho Virginia mountain. AH tho sick aro improving. TIB CO, Sergeant Abel 1'ennlngton, Torn McClurc and Ucorgo Slford, of tho 4th KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Ivy., arrived homo Sunday with discharges. All wero glad to return to No. 5 Arrrlreaat Stanford at I 0 A. at. Shl A. M. old Itockcastlo. No. 4 Learea sunfurd at t llowlnl t 1MO DAr. No. SI ArrlT A coal famlno oxlsts In this town. 1:W r. M. No. a Imtn Stanford at Though thero arc mountalnsof coal nnd sovcral mines within two miles of the KNOXVILLE DIVISION. place, wo havo allowed tho supply to ..12 37 p in bo No. 34 Train going North . exhausted before buying. Now tho .. 2 II in " "" Ke.it " .. 1 Ti a in wcathor and the roads aro such that It Jo.tt " " South. .. Wl p oi Is NcM Impossible to get tho fuel. For alllt'olntA. Klza Latigford was tried before Judge wjlii. liBOioii TicKirrs William Monday morning for tho killHAdOAOF. CHECKED TIIKOUUH. ing of William Hundley at Orlando, For anr Information enquire ol this county, last Monday. Tho ovl- JOE S. niCF., Agent, Stanford, Kf, uenco given snowed that Hundley was tho uggrcftor and met his death at tho FNAKKFORrAHD CINCINNATI. hands of tho man hu was trying to kill Langford was acquitted. Longford's leare Frankfort t; A. K. Aami J: Or. v., Trains llh It. C. and reach-lonnrctlng at fleorxelown King trial for tho killing of Parla at f0 a. m. and 8 10 p. M. Lear. I'arla r. X.. connecting at (leoriw Is eel for this term of circuit court atVlJa. M( and A C. and reaching Frankfort at 9:15 town with whlch,bcgan its session today, Monday. a. -- . mi In marriage on tho 7th at R. S. Martin's, Mr. J. E. Wall In and Mis Jonnlo Harris. K. J. Warwick, aged 10, and Miss Mary Denton, 1:1, otoped from Albany to Tennessee nn'd'wcre mado ono. Wyalt Smith, aged 37, and Mr. Susan Moutry, 61), and thrco times a widow, were married nt tho bride's homo at Rowland Friday. Alexander M. Donald, tho gold king of tho Klondike, reputed to bo worth Sli),000,000, was married at London to Miss Margaret Chlsholm. Tho wlfo of Judgo T. M. Cardwell, of Harrodsburg, obtained a divorce from him in tho clrcultcourt last weelc. They havo not lived togcthor for a longtime. John W. Norman, aged 87, and wife, aged 89, died within hblf an hour of each other at their homo near Shoals, Ind. They wero burled In tho iamo Itor. , J. Plko united Agutnaldo, dnmdlflnn What I shall do, MIMEVELVN TARDIF, The Seamstress. Plain and Kaahlnnalilo Killing a Viewing, rillplnol Anil tho thing Puatlra mit, Jom same like Cutting and Water Works HI, tho what I shall do ll do t W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., aUtiicftHtcr. Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain)! , I Agnndllo, Weeping willow, Juat got back from ' O'er the iTtlTowt Juat got back to Ills Manila. Tell u. Aggie, Agulnaldo, Tell in quickly What wo shall do 'Kro (leorgo Dowry Throws a ahrll to Bend m death and Death nnd l. too t With Vllalltrd Air. Phjalelan In attend- ance. Ofllen In the New Thompson Ilulldlng l' DR. W. L. LOWDER, Dayton, rnTsiciAi: and DBuaaisT, Tht Clrset Lin From Cincinnati VU MOKlNNICY, - KlCNTUOKY. Night, ledo, Detroit, Lima to To- Mlchlgnn And Canndn. S Preacrlntlnna Carefully Compounded, ' 'DO. 8m ay or Agulnaldo, Filipino. Anawer up: "I'm Damdlllnn I Iloth together Kill pee no. Answer promptly, Damdltweeno I , tnliK ewr wrVlar. ImIiu on rullman and Uaanrr Clrr fnn.Uf VMllbiilr.1 Patlnr rrann ntahl train Canon ill r trains, ' S0TICE TO FARMERS. er diSPII k. si;ros, A. QUEEN . r. A. & CRESCENT. HUBBLE. Somo havo lost as many as 25 young lambs tho past week from cold where 4 11 Tim Hn 4 Kfirlh H. I DahIIi .. SlSatu1 they had no barn to protect them, and .".llSOam "4 " No. I " " ..lSlpm, ...llMara " Ro.5 " S00am all suffered small losses. " ...... 805pm "10 " No. No. and 2 do not atop. 9 and 10 run no furWhen tho mercury stands ut zoro ther than Junction City. and sometimes at 21 degrees below, there is a scarcity in news items as hus been tho easo for tho past week. mony. Georgo I lagan, while hauling a load When George Pitman nnd Miss Jenof tiling lost Monday, slipped oil his nie Smith returned to Albany from wagon in trying to put tho brakes onj Tennessee, whero they eloped, tho and falling under it, his arm wis run brido's father met them with n shot orer by tho heavy load nnd badly gun and demanded his daughter. Tho strained. yonng pair rushed in tho house and L. U. Underwood, Uanklns and J. C. locked the doors, when tho father let Kubanks uro arranging to drain their loose with both barrels at tho door, wet lands by tiling. After huving tried tearing it to pieces nnd a few of the Made from pure some last car, they aro satlflcd that shot hit Pitman. cream of tartar. tho difference in tho productions for Mr. W. A. Roynolds, a leading drug ono j ear will pay all the expenses. gist of Junction City, and a mighty C. I'. Blanks heard a nolso on his clever gentleman, was married last porch ono of those cold nights as if week to Miss Mary W. Davis in Lexsomo one bad stopped to warm, and af- ington. The Leader says that tho bride, ter poking the tiro ho invited him in, who is handtome and nttructlva and but the trump, tramp was still heard. widely oclovcd, woro a stylish tailor Alum baking powders are the greatest mtaacers to health of the present day. Mr. Blanks took his gun und on open- suit trimmed in white with a pretty ing the door, thero Btood his old spot- hat, and carried a bunch of Brldo roses axrm iakiko aowota CO.. n wax. ted cow with a look which seemed to May they live long pod bo happy. Tralnt row Junction City as followi: l.n-.n1 grave. Tholr marriage occurred over CO years ago. A Danvlllo, III., lawyer told hlsellent that ho had secured a dlvorco for her when ho hadn't and sha committed bigamy by marrying again. When she discovered tho Imposition she sued him and got a verdict for 15,000. Joo Williams, who managed Baugh-man'- s livery stable hero sovcral months, will bo married this week to Miss Flor ence, tho pretty daughter of Dr. J. T. Wesley, of Middleburg. Mr. Williams Is now farming near Mt. Salem. Prof. G. M. Ballard, of Livingston, nnd Miss Salllo Cook, thopretty daughter of tho lato Hon. M. J. Cook, of Rockcastle, wero married at tho SL Asaph Hotel Saturday afternoon by Rev. A. J. Pike, who accompanied" them hero. Harry Dllllon, of Livings- ton, camo down to witness tho .cere I have on hand and for anle Ciiicliiuall To Clilcnuo 4 FORTY BROKE MULJES. Will tell from one to u car-loa- d. Can, MamUril train. Sundty. ery wrVdjr. 3 Iralna on Ir.lm, 1'iillmaii and Ompartnient rWplnc l'i..r(jnn.l(r. Dlnlndara. wrrkdajr RoVal against alum. Baking Powder Safeguards the food 0. COX. Ivy GEN. BRKCIvINRIDGK, Of Judgo R. J. Breckinridge, tho A. 8. PRICK, Lexington Herald, manni;rd by n neph Surgeon ew and edited by a brother, says: In Dentist, early life, attar a most exciting contest, ho was elected by tho democrats of this Stanford,' Ky. city ns tho city attorney. Soon after- OmT.r Jle!UliL' Irm stor. In tha OwiI.t wards ho organized a company In tho HullJiot Kentucky State Guards, which company with very fow exceptions followed FIRST NATIONAL BANK him Into tho Confederate army nnd be- OK STASHIItP. KY. camo Company B of the famous Second Kontucky Infantry. Ho was elected and CtplUl Ste:k )100,000. Sorjlai, $17 3C0 served ono terra In the Confederate Attention ol In.puMIr It rail..) to lh. Net thai Congress, and subsequently becatno col thlilatti.oulr Natlunal Hank In Stanford. Un nt in iter the Natlunal Hank Act onel in tbc Coniedorato urmy and was depoaltoraaroM'uml not only b lb. eapltal alock, but bf llahliltf lor an aiuonni at tho closu of the war a prisoner of eiuallnthe ttncVhoMm' dfiMHliortontiltlnklltu. thetUKk aothat war. After the war ho settled near tlonaraterureillij a fnuil ifAU,!oi Fire .wort ttaleiii.nt. ol lb. eonilltlonol the liank Danvlllo and has represented the Boyle each j Mir to the I'lilti-- I Male, ftutrtutut'iitare ua.1, and lu district In the Senate of Kentucky, and aMtaarf lamlnnl at ttitr.1 lliurab noTerniuol amenta, Ihui HurUa aJillllonal auj ilt aalel served a term as Judge of tho court of to drpualtora. Tbli InMliutlon orlalnatlf rataUlilmt at th. common pleas, and Is now practicing po.il Hank ol Stanford In lAAa, l lira rrorfaidwdli law with succe in Danville. Judgo th. National lUnk orManhmt In IMAo( andatalt reortanlie.1 aa the Klnt National Hank .Stanbid Breckinridge bus been a domocrut slnco In IM1. haihait urarilrallr anuulnlrrruruo.ilitene for it jeara. It It letter .urflleil no wit; his boyhood and has participated lu all lacllltie. for traoiadlnf Lu.loeu roniUr and libof the campaigns In this State since erally than nerllorln lit Ions and honor.!.!, earrer. ArerHintt ut Individual., flduriarlr,hrnii 1&.V!, when ho ilr.t appeared In Ken- aliI (ndltlJualttollcllrd. tucky ns a democratic rcakor on tho uiaacToaa V. IUIJ. Lincoln J W. Ittrdrn.Stanlotd stump. Ills personal opularlty wher S. T. Ilarrlt. " Co.; II. lUobmin. " ever he bus lived has been tho natural J S. Iloctrr, ' TfA.lllll, W I'. Walton " W. Trlhbl., result of his kindly nature, hi cordial J.ll O.HIr,CithlrrhM M.J. Miller, ML Vrrnon. una his absolute sincerity. M. ii.Minore, nianhiM. manners orrtcaai. Whatever canvass bo makes will be J S. llorke r, t'mlil.nt; J. J MeltoWrta Ca.hl. A. A, VrKinn.e At.UtanlCaahUr made with fatrncst and unfailing II. DUpatch. livehy, (f rrn aot sale srABLE. llox 333, Dunvllle, Cincinnati To Indianapolis. f Iralni a t fry ttralrannfandir Fait Dill Serrl:o to (frm 5v KniiNiiN City mid the WcHt lally Culltntnanl Vanrr rlNrt. Parlor ai. on Day Tralna, J. (I J i Mto, Cenrral I.KAiir M I) li KnvrakiM, Irar Southern At-n- t. Pau At, Knotllle,Ta I'u., Traffle Mtnaarr. J J. A S. II SHANKS. M nur latida nnd herrliy warn all ietMina from trcuta.lnir on then lor any piirH whatever, under enalty sf the law provided In audi rate. i. II IIAt'HIIMAN. T. II. NKWI.AND, J. W. A. l. I'KNUK, K. K PATTr.lliON. M K. IIAUdllM AN, We hare POSTED. iled .Mlt-- K I.V.N N II JlcKlNNEV. J V. (JICIMIX. IK1.AMI. M. WAIlf, J. .. OW.xl.KV. SIL K K. HIWVM FARM FOR SALE OR 7aiUmrniii on - TRADE. .t.ur! Kihi. Hill rl. M'WMM hrm of ?14 arrrti in Hmjllifflt lli Um Well ftrtnlrif country ) irruiti or trvlt tlikktr fr frm In Mt Ontral Ktn M H. C. RUPLEY, Merchant J.G.JtfcCkAY ba hunting a warmer spot. Dr. L 13. Cook was called to see T. C. Rankin's child Saturday ,t who has MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. been suffering from eczema, but is : Kentucky. thought now to bo some better. John Dlanks has moved into the property he Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd bought of his brother Bill. Theodore Porters Everything table. Wesley, of Middleburg, visited us last 89 mcot all trains. week in company with his brother, Or. VesIey, of Lancaster, while tho latter was making somo professional calls In the community. Mason Hotel first-clas- s. BRlEFNEWSlOTATIOH. At Vincent, Minn., tho mercury went to 03 below. An explosion caused a $100,000 firo at Manstlcld, O. Four more persons died of meningitis Iancoster, AN HONEST MUOICINK TOlt LA QKUU'U UNDERTAKES, And Dealer in George V. Waitt of South Gardiner, Me., says: "I have had tho worst cough, cold, chills and grip and havo taken lots of trash of no account but protlt to the vendor. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the ouly thing thut has done any good whatever. I have used ono bottle and tbo chills, cold and grip havo ull left me. I con- congratulate tbo manufacturers of un I honest medicine." For sale by Crulg & Hooker, Stanford. nt . i Thero uro now in this country 211, HA3JT33S, SADDLEE.Y, &C. 000 miles of railroad, including oS,000 miles of yard trackage and siding. At KY. STANFORD, tho uverago value of $00,000 per mile, tbo 180,000 miles of main trackage Is worth 8I1,1'J1,000,000. For oory 100 miles of road there is an uverago of 100 1 Iff Hi? iii H I n m employes, receiving aggregate wages of 8327,270,1:50 per year. The entire )CatfjtMMBjUMJgjflilt jlggg ((a forco necessary to operate this vast business is 820,000 people, at a cost in wages of over $180,000,000 annually. The Favorite Line During tho past year tho roads carried 5.10,000,000 passengers. Tho netearnlngs LO"OT3VIZ,IJ3 of all tho roads from ull sources were $1,000,000 a day. Thero uro l.Ilii.OOO cars of ull kinds In ubo. r iMmuMmmmix li Star Pointer's stud book for this year is already full. Winnipeg was the coldest reported point Saturday, 42 below. Tho cold emui caused un advance in one day on oranges of .10c a box. Smith's livery stablo and thrco J.tt. Ilw.l.y, Sr., horses at Catlettsburg wero burned. M'llli.in r.ooch. Mrs. Sarah Greenlield, near Benton, A. t. U. S. Judge Barr has postponed his beat Tantiur'x record of IU duyn fasting W. II. I'liinuilni, Louisville to April 10. criminal court at J. Ik l.ysn, him five more, but sho isdead and went S. II. Oliank. A calbegram from London says that and hu Isn't. J. F. Caih, tho weather thero Is phenomlnally J. II Owtl.y. tlFIICIIIU: iii:d hot n;o.i nit; in.s spring-lik- e. Wat tha that hit Tho bursting of u reservoir nt a Cal- ark, Mil h ,lull the Cltil II. II. Steadmaii, of New- S. II. Shankt. 1're.ldrnls In War. It caUHil horrlhle J, H.Ow.l.y.ia.hlrr; ifornia mine caused tho death of flvo Ulrera that no treatment heliml for i1! yean. Then W. M Hrhjiit, Ami. ( ahUr. man. Chinamen and ono whilo lluckleut ArnUa Salre cured him. Cure. Cud, Republic, Mich., was tho coldest re- HrulK-a- Hum., Jtoil, Felon., Oirna, Skin LrujM 1'fllI.IO SAI.K or a U,t. Cure ported place lu tho U. S. Friday, tho lion. ll.t I'llerure on earth. Sold by IVntiy. DruiojUt. utranleed. raercurv going 60 degrees below zero. Tho Ynnkuin, S. D. Stuto asylum the eaih.i:, Kt.Mj or am. iiihim. burned und with it 17 maniac women, Is noted for lu keen l;ht, clear and dl; Hu aro tluiMi ixtwiih houe anThe untie olgiicd commit I ci niiliitcd hy thoso escaping nearly freezing to death. Unci I.I'm TjirIo Ilyo order of tha hulherlHiid'n Mlc fur weak eye. County, will uu l'Ucul Court of Uncolii John Flschler and family, consisting ktvea. Mire f granulated nnv kind it und four children, froze to lldi. hold hi IViiuj''. ut SJrenU. of u wife Wednesday, Feb. 15, '99, death at their homo ncur Wakefield, , at Henderson. The Tailor, Of THE JUItll. Tho greau-s- t danger from La Grlppo Lincoln County is of Its resulting in pneumonia. If Stanitjkd, Kv., National Bank. reasonable caro Is used, however, and Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy taken, Ih Kccclvlii,; IiIn And Capital Mm k,l(i,0' all danger will be avoided. Among riiircear to Th. Farmer. Itank .1 Trmt toniny GooiIn. tho tens of thousands who havo used and under tain manaemrnt rontlnuoualy lor s Yeara. this remedy for la grlpio wo havo yet Goods Warranted. having resultto learn of a single case Fit Guaranteed., ed in pneumonia which shows concluGive Him a Call. sively that this remedy is a certain preventive of that dangerous dl.care. It will euro la grlpe In less time than Hoping tilth bu.lneM Mailom will praia luutual-lbenenial and pleaMnt. any other treatment. It - pleasant nnd safo t take. For sale by Crulg V DIIIIXTIII1.S: Docker. Stiiufoiii. J. J. Wllllami DANGKUS -- tiii:- Fall - vinicr Solicits Your Bank Account, FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company OF IIROOKL.V1S. PH19NIX : Caledonian Co., Insurance Lincoln Co. Bonds. or Scotland. KOUNDICU IHOB,; R.B.MAHONY.Agt, sTAsroun, kv t'ti-Kii- CHICAGO. Trains Morning and', Evening from tin. Ion Station, 10th and Broadway. IVfcenjjera dcalrlng information and rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota, vebraaka anil points In thu far Went, including California, should address Frank J. lteed. Gen. Pats. Ayt , K. II. llacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. Vlce-Prei. W.H. McDoel, & Gen. Mgr Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. - lfckili- HIIKEXPERIENCE 60 YEARS 9!t..W'SWJ'M&iXJS: iiniliu vruusuij Il4ndbokoo " tlon tlrtctlf oou)dui .. itA r'auS. taiTu ttwuih iunu tli.Wrlr. tKrU Mllu, without UUV, lu In t .. .k Anton, aradlnir a aUtch and deacrtutlon mar I'fcUttiU kjuiirtiiir tafuttuLa. A Dcciarta Copvriqhts Ac. Tradc Marks Scktttific flmcrkan. handaomrir llln.tratjd wacilr. Co.-'Mw K jUrawt dr MUNH & York Offer for Mllu ut I lie t'oiirt-houk- u diir In Slnnford. Ky , (T Lincoln County Honda, u cnudld,ile for tho lA'Rl.lnture. auliject I pmu ooiiii in ih, insueii 111 inree keruitf. lo la vi It crli' "A, erls "It und l ty . to llu uetlou of thu deimx'Mlli' '(' " . kerlea A" eiulirnclii Oi.WiU nnd . Kentucky of 10 Ixiiida of fSUOeiii'li und uuiiilM'ieil I to Ilustonvillo, 31. V. 10 und 10 IkiiiiU of 1,000 euch, and uuiuU'r-i- d OftVrt hltairrlcrt lu the 11 to 20. H" embrace (1,1.000 of berle ofWi.t Uieulu n lion lice nit yauiiiiii''v rur io and Cawy euuntha. lliu iiiiico ot JH'pri -- intiuuu troiu tnu cuuniy kuld UimN, romliitliirif 10 Uiiid. of ISoo ataalwavaon hand hull tUxk ut loiamaiid Cut . of I.lnrolii. auliject to Hie action if the de- - anil numbered .1 to :iu, and 10 lunula of J. 8. Carpenter. Maut.-irJJ each nnd numbeleil 31 to 40, "O" . a tr.ix'raoy. embruiea '.'2.000 of kuld IhiIiiIh, couaMIni; since 1872. of 10 bond, of 100 euch and nuuiU'red tl Io By a fire, which started lu tho Shul 50, und 17 InjiiiN of 11,000 euch, numbered 51 to AT Thu Imiula embraced In herlea A" byvlllo Bank building, Ash & Hobbs We are In thu'triidu with Pall, lruiirhaiid lr)"'' khn I Imj reileemablii at tho plcunure of tha '&Sn3 TilllU.VVAI.lJiOKdIlIl'. lost $17,000 and other linns uJjaecnt court In and ufler Uvo Jiiirn from thu date other Rood Coala, AImi i,y. Corn, Oil. That niudtru tcouive, tliodrlp, ulnn tli. air $100 to $3,000. of their Iwuul and khullin) duo und panbln MiliHtuir. I'lour, Ac Wu uImi handle llrlck wihi iiaui.i Kvriua, to inai uu uopt. u aaifl iruiu from 10 cur from kuld dale. Fcrle IP' khull and Hand. Itemeiiibcr Muluku I'arm I'ru-dulit rjtagea. Mil uiultltudrt lia round a lure pru Hereafter persons convicted in tho oo reuuvmuoiu ui tnu iiieuturu ot tnu court In uicIi'iiikii Irttlun i4lDttbUdani:ruut maladr iu Kr Kluit'i l'rompt delivery and New liK4jvvry, Uhcit youlrela iNrintMlii your U.S. court of Kentucky and given In und nftir 10 ji'iir f i tun thudutu of their attention to all order. Olllcu and aculea tiouca and tuUM.lea( Lave chllla and titr, with turn 15 yum UhuhI undduoiuid pajiiblo from near I.. A N lleixit. Telechouu No. it penitentiary sentences will bu scut to inrvai, wi iu me iiaca oi me ueuti, caiarruai aulil diitu. berlea O" khull In) redeemublu I'KllltIN A I'K.NCi:. . ... riiil'louii aud a ktublturu iouuU you may kuuw tho Tennessee Institution. V.H. ut thu pliukuru of tho court lu and after 15 o.uMt carry Muchlma, tuuliareth.lirlp.aiid that jou unil lr Klu'i jcara from thu dale ot their ImuiiI und dun I'.irl. mid Attuchiiieut uud do ull kluda of j uwvnry, it win prouiptiy cure me woi.l mid puyuhle In 20 jeam from kuld datu. Tim repairing. eouijli heal th. Inuauuxlineuibrtur., klllthedlaM co lajiida to be. Mild will lieur lnterit ut rnlu of grriua and preTeut tho dread.! alitr ellrtts of tha maladr, 1'iU.n Wita. aud II. Money back If i percent, perunuuui, pujublu uo( eurva. a trial bottia irca.at I'euuy a invf on Hepl. I und Mar I of euch jiar. Tho GWfV, bonda will bear date Mur. 1. lt00. Any ru- und Gent's I'uriiUliliifr A ktock of Phors aiptlou Of mild bond before their luutur-r.tih- all hualut'as me ad uwonton Jeweler lias mado a Ooodt. loeuted In u thriving new. Tor town. bo made auverullv uccordlnir to furkolfo scarcely half uu inch In length. Thu stock Is comparatively thla Ofllco. OS-- It uaMrle mid korlal mttnlier of the bonda. aM L Apply at TIIK ther Information nloc with bond No. 1, tlerlea "A." Hald Tbo bundlo Is of silver, tipped with --- I und coupon will bu payable ut the gqld and tbo blades aro of tho finest ! in vouuiy naiiinui iiuhkoi eiuuroru, SMITE'S SYSTEM. Honda (nuy be redeemed on Feb. 1 and steel. It weighs only three grains, or m .id. 1 of euch eur uimjii 'M duia' tiruvloua tho IbOth part of un ounce. Wanted a dUtlllur computeut to oimrato a notice given by county Juduo to I.lucoln . m l'KNKTUATr.d 10 uuthel houao. Steam npulpuient. I'our Couuty National Hank otuld courta'luteu. COUOIItUSJ TEA US. mouths run beKlmilui; Mur. 1. 1S09. bluto tlon to redeem uuy of thu bond ua herein WM COOI'Elt. Huld boud ahall ceaau to beur wuEea wanted In reply. irovlded I mrfered 23 yean with a cough, and GREAT STATES fomeraet, Ky In in Important port n( our atock. Thoy uterekt after auld date, tuleofald IhiihU tKj.at wilt hundred ot dollurs with doctors uud to for luedlclno to no uvull uutll I u.ed br. are carefully prepare) ami will prove of wllljbo for rath,otfi the hlglie at und t bid- Kentucky, Tenueaaee., Vlrftlnla, Oeorela y. red lu lot of 11,000 Willi lloll'a der und will bu North and South Curollua, This remedy Inestiniayio livnetit In Utile tuflurur. prlvlle((o of J5.U00 until ull UiniUlmvu Ueu makes Weak luuga strong. It lias saved luy SALE Alabama, Mtaalaalppt, life. J. II. Uoaeli, Urauuburg. 111. aold. the committee ri'ervlnK tho irlvlle(u Boolliinj ayruia for tortureil llttlo bod.. As udmlnlatruUir of O O. Abiulium, do- of offerliifr thu entire number ut oucu uud ies, (Icntle but ellicacloim remedleu lor accepting the bid reiillzliig thu most money. sell, at hit Thrco trains of 35 Pullmans, carrying cvusvd, I will Wuat of Crub lain realdeuce Orchard, on youthful UU, Iilloiia, olnluii'iil., toilet Maid bond are aold unconditionally uud llireo ink'' 275 excursionists from Boston and Now TIIUHSDAV, MAIt. 2nd. UUU. thu followlu del red mutt bu paid for 'by purtle Metweeu lAiuUvllle am the South, powtlora, pufld, apnni;o', conilia, liruklien aaklngaamu. Xork to Mexico and California, passed iiropcrtyi lnlcojouinciuurHinro.il iiyjuck, horau, 1 uiulu roll, 1 icood ami ull nititlw foi thu miiaury uru litre rood hariiea The punhaker of the bond will lmrequlr. &, O. tarough Louisville over tho II. ed to plucu lu the Lincoln County Nutluual milk cow, & khoata, 0 stunda hues, 3 straw llljireat ipianllly anil gooii iiial!ty. ktock, I whuut drill, I Hank ot btaufurd, Ky., a forfeit of 11,000 Eou passenger paid $035 for tbo ex- rlcka. 2 clover seednuy Wo bavu a full linn of nil well known Imuiudlatelv ufter thu putchuku ot the mower. 1 i turn- rukf.mn; noi. penses of tbo entire trip. Each way betweeu Loulavllle and Uxlngton Inc nlow. 1 ifood.liurrow, aliiLio plow, i corn Infant 1'ooiU. bond. Too canteen is likely to bo burred kluller, mwlnn ruachliiv, 2UU fchocka fodder. Wltuei our fclKnaturea, thla Juu. It, 1.99 W. A. TUItK, O, I'. A., oinur J. I'. IIAII.KV. from tho army, except for mult liquors ISO uuirel.coru, I iiuatiiiKkiovu uuu Tertna Wuablnilou, I). 0. UKO. II. COOmt. VComteo urtlclva too tedious Ui inentloii. W. II. TAVLOK. A. a, I' A. and beverages. II, IIGI.M, uu day of sale. II A. I'LCAbANTd, Aduir. Loulavllle. Ky Mich. A mob took 6lx Negroes from tho jail nt Lcesburg, Gu., und hung them. Thoy wero accused of outraging u while woman. It seems strango to read thut with the mercury six below zero SaturJay.lt was tho coldest day In New York City JOHN II. nJII.I.ISR J. T. SUTTONT, Unciorttilcor, HON. N.1T NOTICE. litVWrK FOR SALE. Distiller Wanted fffitz rw S.sZrtt.zni 'ws Souttiern Railway CBBEST "aiflf Alccalcluc For Children EIGHT OF PERSONALTY. Through Sleeping Cars THREE DAILY TKAINM Penny's Drug Store. ,r,. .. j