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VERNON, oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o Many witnesses were detained from On Tuesday Mr. David Carpenter Vbkso, o and Mis Klla Hnll were married near convened sonor. hero today, Judgo T. ',. Mor- court by tho condition of roads as well as tbo weather. MI'Mlrsboro tho public schools Paint Lick. At row on tho bench Ah usual tho Judge's o II. C. Hamilton and Capt. T. A Tho W. C. T. U., with Mr. W. T. have boon suspended until next Moncharge to tho grand jury was clear, o I actively engaged family are down with tho grip, forcible, and day. o eloquent, and I am proud Smith as president, In temperance work. o Milton (Irccn, tried at London for but tho sick arc generally butter. to know that I read law ttndor a jurist Stranger complain of tho lack of Three calve belonging to II, P Hud- so ahld, so profound o murder, was given flvo years' Imprison I don't think son and some hog belonging to W. L. ment, two ublor circuit judges In cordiality and friendly greeting hown thoro aro o Capt J. P. Horn's Harliourvllla corn, Lawton wore frozon to death Sunday Kentucky than Judgo Morrow nnd our by our citizens. Wakoup! A now town law ha been passed to o will ba mustored night. puny of Stato guards Judgo Morrow own hrllllunt Saulloy o In Order to Msko Koom for Spring Styles, William Clark only saved 1.1 out of once told ma In tomorrow. that all tho law there was, prevent horses and hogs from running o o I in wus In Hluckslono that other text ut large on tho streets. Why not II. ltlpy. of Lawroncoburg, Is GO lambs and thu los generally Col. T. o o tbeeows? of tho that proK)rtlun. Tho man who ha writers only commented on whatUlack-cton- o oul said to hove mado $150, o o of tho luto M. .1. Cook ha lambs enguged at fo will Jlkely make Tho cstato o recent rlso In whisky. had said I havo long slnco found been divided among tho heir. This o O Mr Jobn French, wife of tho senior some money. thl to bo true. Hlackstono Indeed Kol-tTho city supervisors, It, II. IlnUon, taught jurisprudence to spoak the lan- a largo farm situated In Pleasant Val- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO member of tho firm of French .t W. II Whorrltt and J. G. Swocr.ey aro guage of tho scholar ant tho gontlu-ma- ley, near Cove, thu L. & X. statidn. died at Yosemlto. Many friends of the family cun recall Garland Klnkcadwa in session, making a few change In ' At Iloren, Mrs. tho unstinted hospitality that ha been burned to death while sitting In an In- tho assessor's books, 'though no mateI havo discovered thero arc two theo meted from this homo In year gone rial chango Is expected. valid's chair before tho flro. That' His Iluslncss ries abroad in thu lunu. Ono Is that a by and oul to tho present up Col. H. J. Hrccklnridgo, tho Iktkh-io- n time, Mrs. tho death of Dr. John It Is said that a grand jury Is u kind of an invcstlga Cook havtcg resided there since tho Joun.VAL'H candidate for attornoy was caused Huntley, of Jackson county, ling proceeding or a little moro than a or her husband several years by drlnklnir six bottle of hot drops us general, has many warm friends In thl court of Inquiry or Investigation to eo death Tint's Her IliislncssI county and If ho run ulscwhore as ho whether or not thoro bo sulllclent evi- ago. for wnuicy. a Littlo Dewey Franklin, who is at C,F. A. Groscclose, latoof S. V. Lee's will horc, his nomination and election dence of guilt to put a defondant on intention, is the trading world-wiInstltuto, Jackson, has boon placed In am sure. trial before tho petit jury and If so in- grandson of Henry Uranaraan, u truo Mr. Jesse Arnold, who went to department of stechargo of tho now dict htm and let him answer boforo tho biuo democrat of Wlldlo. "Dewey" Oklahoma several years ago. renography and typewriting, Just citnb-llshc- d circuit court. In face of tbo public and seems to turned homo Wednesday. Ho had en enjoy tho attention he reCentral University. at after a full, fair trial when all tho fact Good Shoes and a Nice New Tallor-MadA Stylish Hat, Tasty Nedv-ear-, Suit I Jack Itnbcrt. an engineer on tho listed In tho 1st Territorial regiment shall bo brought out by opposing coun- ceives, bidding fair to becomo a well known a tho distinguished men whose und was mustered oul at Albany, fin., Southern Hallway, was scalded Ui death case fully heard, then If sel, and tho by hi engine turning over with him after seven months' service. Ho I a defendant bo not proven guilty, let him name ho bear. Abel Pennington has returned from tho war. Mr. and Mr. Ho lived at Min of William A. Arnold. ...- - Ui.rv.tnwn. bo acquitted, as tho burden of tho proof While Dr. Wesley mado a call of live Is on tho Commonwealth und sho ha J. W. Hlder have returned from their 136. Carbln. whore ho left a wlfo and child Judgo Hoberl A. Hurton, ono of tho minutes to see a patient at J. T. Hill's, failed to mako out her case. This Is bridal trip. M. J.'.Millcr, Sr., continue quite ill. Mr. Dr. S. C. Davis most prominent cltlxons of Marlon on Dunvllle uvcuu, his lip robo and certainly tho true theory. I do not be county, died suddenly jes'tordny. Ho horso blonket woru stolen from hi llovo in stilling caes before the grand improving slowly. Jumcs Howzeo Is & With n very large arid select stock and was for 18 years county juugo nna una buggy. Tho doctor. might have fur jury. 1 cun now recall a few case of tho guest of Josh Uorelng, Sr. At tho tlmoof her husband' deuth, Lower Houo nished tho means to ravu a life by leav- murder most horrid In both Lincoln served In tho Senate and ing his vchlclo In tho reach of somo and Hockcasllc, where grand juries Mr. Hundley was at tho home of Mr. of tho Ieilslaturo. vv L. 15. Adams and upon tho latter de Ml published at tho homo suffering mortal. We can pleuso you In BIiom. for Woman, Children and Min. Wu stand al Tho Paragon, have failed to Indict tho felon becauso Fit, A.C. You cin buy from us Shoes that are While Garrard will Instrnct for Har- of family connection and high social volved tho trying ordeal of breaking 'J; only an Inch or tho top for Quality, Style. of Kthfll Scott, devoted ' tho sad now to the bereaved wlfo. Her M' solid as low priced ns anywhere. two to tho trouble between hlra and din, tono has many Irlends hero, standing. As theru can bo no trial screams were heart rendering; sho among tho Confederate veterevident that tho peoCol. Colson. Ills without an Indictment tho guilty thus them-elve- s ans, and It Is safe to say that If Hardin escaped with Impunity. Hut to the could scarcely realize that death had ple of Pulaski are not bothering or Goobel Is not nominated on tho first credit of both counties, be It suld, I robbed her of the handsome, devoted IJJ much over tho oulsodc. Then we keep tho highest grades, Ih fact, the place to get jour Shoes. Our Gents Furnishing Depirtincnt Is full of good things In Mrs. Llla Harvey Loving, wlfo of bill lot, Stono or my man Illack will le havo not known of any recent murder husband, who had left her sldo but u M M Ituv. J. V. Loving, died at her homoli. sure to carry off the plum. Hut who- In either county where thu grand jury few hours before to attend to business at his old homo on Brush Creek. Judge 111 Cumpbolsvlllo, under peculiarly dis- ever may Ikj nomluated Garrard coun- fulled to discharge their duty. , Williams accompanied Mrs. Hundley to tressing clrcumstaueo. An Interesting ty democracy will glvo him an undividdlovus, Hnslerr, Newest things In colored Shirts. Dress ShlrU. The other theory is that unless tho the scene of the shooting to hold tho Jjl'i Inter- ed support. M lints nnd Everything to mako event was oxecicd, but death min. Trunks nnd Valises grand jury bellevo beyond a reasonable Them uro various opinions urd doubt tho defendant I guilty of the of examination. Sho took tho remain to vened to turn It to sorrow. Mrs. Lovtheories advuneed hero regarding the fense charged they should not Und un Clay county for Interment. ing's sister, Mrs. C. C. Coon, of j altercation. Many bellove indictment. This theory Is cortulnly died nuder similar clrcum Colson-Sco- tt ov The Leading Shoo ami Furnishing Houm?, DAUVILLS KY. AND NAVY. TUB ARMY 5j stances In 1SW. Hoth were daughters that Cotton's actions make him thu ng- - erroneous, and convert the grand jury whllo many bellevo that 1 of thu Western gressor, Harvev. nf tir. V. Hollo was taken by tho American into a trial jury instead of a jury for Scott's reputation for being In so many Investigating the facts of a case to seo without tho los of a man. Hccordor It Is said that Ll. Kthc. Scott Is very personal dlMcultio In tho past I not whether or not there be sulllclent fuels Tho insurgent made three desperate near tho hearts of tho private of tho favorable to him. Thero aro others dovclocd before tho grand jury to in- charge at Patcros, but were repulsed llh, beeaiuo thoy think to him Is duo who bellovo that both parties aro In dict tho party charged nnd compel blm with heavy los. tho mustering out of thu reglmoul. fault by preferring chnrges against to answer before tho bar of public jus- 'Over a million dollars' damage wasi Most all of tho meu side, with Scott as each other und parading their personal tice In the face of thu world. A grand done to government property in tho shown by the wearing of buttons bear- differences through the prcM. jury may havo a rcasonubla doubt of Hrooklyn navy yard. In Louisville, Capt Mlko Suitor Secretary Long baa prohibited the ing his plcturo, whllo tho olllccrs tho defendant's guilt und yet buvo canteen for thu war vessels und liero-- t to a mantsldo with Col. Colson. where aboard of survey I passing on abundant proof to justify finding au They wanted to stay In tho service and his account us quartermaster of tho Tho fact of a ca'-- can nev- after no Jolly tar cin get drunk except gut big pay fordoing nothing: tho men 1st ICy. It will bo remembered that a er bo brought out as fully before a on land. The keel of thu now battleship Maine who only got S13 n month, wanted to great quantity of clothing, for which no grand jury by tho unpractlced foreman ANDreceipt wa token, was Issued to the as by a Commonwealth's attorney, who was laid at tho Cramp ship yard on the go homo. A bit of history of tho Colson family, regiment whllo the captain was absent, has been educatod to e.ttort the truth j anniversary of tho blowing up of its troub. under orders from Col. Custlcroan. from tho reluctant lips of dishonest namesake. brought out by the Colson-Sco- tt lonk at them In our windows nnd on the lines In our iiouso. Nothing mln-IstThis being thocatc, It Is believed that witnesses, who often defy u grand jury Tho hoodlums of tho 4ih Kentucky le, Is Interesting. HI father wasa reserved. Will soon need tho room nnd need tho money now. Not accumulated a tho mutter will bo dismissed so far ns and refuse-- to toll what they know, and behaved outrageously in Chattunooga of tho Gospel and un item priced mote than largo amount of money through specu- his liability Is concerned, and that ho havo to bo reported to tho court and .and Loxlngton, shooting out lights, car lation In mountain lands. Red Colson, will bo regularly mustered out nnd sometimes oven julicd by hi in to coerco window, ko. Private A. R. Roberts, of Co. D. 4th tho oldest sen, killed several men dur- paid us tho balance of tho regiment tho truth from their unwilling lips. A I ing his life In tho mountains, and es- will bo. ono petit jury may sometimes como to Kontucky, wasn't mustered out. Ho A smiling Providence ha como to Jyj Ml And many oJil h.?os and job IoU at lus than cost of production. caped to Texas, whoro ho spent tho sentence- at hard lu- ono of hanging u dofendfant, and tho 'serving a KUtTorlng jteoplo with rescuo better Krtlon of his life, returning to the genial of our noxt jury acquit hlin or a convorso, so j bor for desertion. sunshine and a southorn Tho dirty doings of the mustered out Kentucky to dlo. James Colson, an- the a grand jury might havo u reusonublo was killed by County Clerk breeze. Koltefhas not fully como In doubt of 11 defendant' guilt and fall to 4th Ky .force tho Loulsvlllo Time to other son. it..nfm. nf Hell county. In 18S0. After tho way of coal, many having been en- indict him. yot It may bo if tho case waa . tho conclusion that olllcers and mon commodity. G. M. ho had been shot through tho heart, tirely out of that Gets these Goods submitted to u petit jury uiwn tbo sumo aro of a kind, unUt to bear the nurao on hi elbow and shot Patterson went to tho mountains Tues- facts they might have hud no reasona- - and sustain tho famo 01 KentucKtans. Colson raised twice at Honfro, killing him Instantly, day lu search of roal. H. A. Stono sent bio doubtof defondant' guiltand might A board ol survey has bcenappolnted .tnhn fnUun. nnothor son, und former wagons to your city and W. A. Arnold havu hung blm or sont him to tho pen- - to straighten tho account, of t. ft k? .iIs.sh f sherlll of Hull county, was assassinated sunt to Kentucky river, butthodemand Itontlary. Therefore when there uro uimi ouihci atvVtn iirii.i .ins slnHiiinjI.kik aF vr iiu nus .juui ici iiiusivc ui Judgo Look at them, you ran ailorl to Keep them until another winter at Mlddlesboro and John Dugan Is now Is fur in excess of tho supply. ground for Indicting tbo tbo Ut Kontucky wblto It was In this sulllclent you don't need them now serving atormlnthopen forthukllllng, Hurnsldo has established a soup house criminals let them bo Indicted, and country and before tho departure for people of that ;ootlon of In our Negro annex nnd every precau- given u fair trial und full punishment, Puerto Rico. though many e the Stalo bullovo him Innocent of tho tion bus beon taken to I provent fatali- then justice will bo satlsfled. Iumllkoj Hollo Is tho largest city of the :, threatened to crhiiu. Goorgo Colson, u fourth son, ties. Mob violence Greeley when applied to by tho Ipplne and I situated on Punay, un Jdscss-.-- s - C1 In Texas, where tho llrst man who uy thero was over temporanco people for a contribution to island about U00 miles South of Manila, was killed In a light spoil of weather in thl counho wont after fulling In un examlnutloo a colder people from going to boll. Grcu- - and had been in tho possession of tho keep try. , for entry to Aumipolls Naval Academy, toy said: ''Go long, I wont glvo you a Insurgents, to whom it n us surrendered uro tho tons Tho supper given by tho Homo Mar- cunt. There ure not hall onougu pcu- - by thu bpanlsu, lor two month ftlllu und D.G. Colson ket at I to ton last night, with Prowl-de- ulu L'olnc-tliving. in1 Tho urmv and navy hell now." I say there are " Tho Second Session of tliu Scholastic Year, 161)8-0- , McKlnloy prcsont, vu tho big not half enough peoplo golug to tho driving Filipino back from tho Amcr-- J . K.'l'. A. gest affair of Its kind aver given In this pjnltentlary now, uxcopt those that leun lines aronnd Manila und a . Dr-r-i- M . . .7vr"'.Mr7T. . , ITT MI ITT . -The executive commltteo of tho Kentucky country. , skirmish resulted. Between Iloilo and ought to bo hung at home. Press Association hits made out tho follow-I- n wore 1,011 dlnor. Thuru for Catalogue or c ill at the Uul there are a great many too many Juro u battalion of American troops For Course of Study. Term off A lraisdon. e Tbo Uidy will likely K library program. It took ouo mllo of tables to scat tho coming oul of thu penitentiary before met and routed a lurgo Filipino force.! meet In Louisville und go to QUI Point. Tlio MltS NANNIK S. SAUFLKY, Lady I'nnclptl, Stanfoid Ky. gUUStB. tho oxpirallon of thoir time, with anj u WUs ono year ugo Wednesday that' e.crcUos will eii with au address by Four hundred cbofs und waiters wuro old blubbering fossil ilko tho Hou- - Spanish assassins bueco.sfully executed Henry U. Woolfolk. of tho Duiivllle S required to can,for tho guests. Advocntu. tenant governor turning out such tno greatest murJor ol tho century Wit-J. M. Allen, There woro ll2,uu0 platus. 'Tim raurdorcr nnd robber a Forroll, wuon, by exploding mine or torpedoc, Democrat. It required nearly two miles of who murdered and robbed Sutton, ncur thoy destroyed in Havana harbor tbo Journalist a ft llcformer" J. I. knives, forks and spoon. 'Tbo Crab Orchard, omo time ago. I should mugnlllcont U. S. S. Maino und tho llnsley, Paris importer. Flvo hundred pound of beof, oxclu Ilko to know what honorublo citizen jj ves 0 jki 0f our sailor, Mackinac" ItoubUrlf-Urunny Tlriiigsat slvo of other meat and game. asked for tho pardon of such u vllo of UolotD allowing tho Henderson Meaner. Steamer Connections, from Ono hundred gallon of soup. Route, with Its rail and 0. miscreant, who confesod hi guilt and Jti,0 .jlu Kontucky to enter their car at What Is Nuns and How to Tell Half a ton of Uh. the North forms Cincinnati and tho stolen property wa found where ho Lexington, tho Loxlugum &, Kasteru T. Button, 0euUro Inquirer. Four thousand roll, K iiTrXV" 1 js The Press as an Educator" K. A. Ou. said ho had hid lu Had ho killed a man otliclal required oveiy man to deposit to 'Florida and the shortest line Nineteen hundred and fourteen hot in sudden heat and passion ho might hi belonging lu tho baggago car. aud Mon, Uarrollton Democrat. x. VIfiiAMs&vM Fast Double Daily West India points. Utile, Thlujrs tbat Make a lllg tie of Llthla water. "The never do o again, but whoro a man ' submit to being searched for concealed ' to Jacksonville It. Oolller, l'raukltn favorite. Klglit hundred quart of ico cream. Pullman Service throuch murdqr and robs, a bo did, ho I tho weapons boforo entering tho coachct of tbo Kentucky Press" Advancement Ono hundred gallon of coffee. 60 year otter tho Tno mon were anxious to get away and same vile monster FLORIDA AND HAVANA The famous CINCINNATI, fj. M. Meucbam. Ilouklusrlllo Kentucklan, Tho menu consisted of eight courses was whoa bo com- readily consented to comply with tbo service to Florida via the 'Hunting lb Subscriber" John D. Hub- and it took an hour and a half to eat It. horrid deed, a ho LIMITED solid vestibuled mitted It. terms off tho olllcial and most off them bage. llrecklurldBO News. Ss Southern Railway, and & Crescent, bo ouforcod let justlco left. Queen 0. O. Pare, Let the law HOWS Tlllh? . Mechanical Kxcclloncles" I direct steamship cor Olaagow Times. 8 Wsoffrr On lluujrsd ldlr lUvanl for snr bo done though tho beaveu fall P.C.& P. Railway make s aitll-IIAV,(il.S POOMKD. Towu" , FONTAINK FOX BOIIIIITT. rw of Csurrb Ibal csu nut Us cured j Hills "lluiiulng a Newspaper and (vj luulll lufhry sud soiusiiy drains lists teen Cstsrth t.'urs. nectlon on arrival at Miami (East Coast)' or at Tampa (West Coast) for "fli, Ibut vmr iu Uould Sous' 1! . TulsJu, O. V J. rilKNGY 4 CO.. I'dgar Wbltmore, Orand Ulver Herald. P. S.Toll thd farmer to feed their causeds suudrrful rmdjr fur this uiil.Jjr 1. louud' whit Tbo Alitor us u Boldler" Ueorge W. AN or Ws, lbs uiidenbjDisl, his kuowuK. J. Cbsaay partridge. They ure ull dead In 'lu.l dUlrruiug In l'r Kliif's He 13 yem, iul Mists blm lwrlivtl)' hou the lut Nassau, Key West, tiubboru uub, tbat lntltuiM your thrust, rubs lirechl. Mlddleslioro News. Ursula lu ill biulutw triuuctloui lud tlusaclilljr jouoI1m wrafcsus ruar ..liu tad 4es lbs Klrst-cla- s Puper It) a bis ta carry out so vlilli'itlout uiJ If their Iluw to Publish a stumsid bjr tba way (Or euuiuurtlou It iun LJ flrtu. and all West India ports. 34 hours Cincinnati to Florida and ClndnMtl to U vuu bsie ibllls'su Biuull Town" W. L. Klddell, llurlingtou Wur A Tsi'iX. Wboltsxl PruubU, Tolrda, O Ghent, Belgium, I built on 20 Island muirhlms run. vl tun b.J sureueM lu bonesU:tr sud In Ibe lack lJrug. New Orleans. Free books and Information by addressin, WiUDINU, KliN A Mmvis, Wbultul Kccorder, , vnr SUIV tuiws, IUU lu., .vui. ono another llu IUUKIVS which uro connected with Kl.JV ibis, Tullu, OUIo. III.. thrust Ills slw, juu nwl Dr. Klu's Curs It tiksa lutiru.ll)', sctlug 'Should thu Country Press He W. , ! CS.ICK. N, . ., II 0M ITIIT, CHICAGO. II U, lUU'iCitsnb yuur ciiiis sud irTut i, w. e. siNtsssoN, aiN-t- , rssso. aasNT, cincinnsti, 9. of Ihf by 20 bridge, lureu hundred street uJ muixius luls Laudruw, Lancaster ltocord. dlrw Ujr utwu lbs Uuud butlls. buld .uil.iss lrug. and 30 public square ore contained lu liy ill iSuTSt,' fwltui. Piloo 73". r TiTiu All paper titid uddrosses will bo limited uifls. Trsllnioultlsfrrr, U.uMt sUJ;, UU SU t Ulls.- - SM M. kwn.1. to Hi. SssUt Ssl M su, w V. 0. KIsssihs, 1st 4'pvst w.-- s IllVfU tOtdUUII Hill's 1 mullr I'lUi us tb bwt. I to Adair county's jail ha only onr, prl (To Hit KIlM.r of His Intrrlnr Journsl ) Fob. 13 Circuit court Mt. Wall Paper AT COST. o o o o o 1 W. B. McROBERTS. o y, n, WHEN A MAN IS IN LOVE, WHEN A LADY IS IN LOVE, s de 'When He Contemplates Matrimony It's Our Business to Sell Him a Fine Suit, New Line Underwear, Shirts, Telephone No. IANVILI.E, KY. Ti-n- The Globe, J. L. Prohman & Co., 1 FREE PIKES I UNDER WE A R I ur I GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. I I r. CALDWELL & LANIER, I I ! I 1 1 jp st 1 MUST -- o OUR OVERCOATS go I I 1 WINTER UNDERWEAR T 1 ! I ACTUAL IsTO H. lK)-- COST I i - 1 0 Nothing But CASH ox-L- Is I I I TICKETS. ."?- Phil-Horac- I J. M'ROBERTS. t 7&A2&SS2&tfatl 'Stanfnrrl -'-- FptyipiIa flnllficm ,8-m- " ( Uyolyr,... ..-- - s... 0 s.s ...w. .... iTDn Pre-ble- nt WILLIAM HELTON, PRESIDENT. Nir iit n, THE QUEEN .CRESCENT m . If t JiCYIYT' - Havau, SaitiaSaJw, ,,, ,., llli '& l& S r"' j Jul ft - - "" Vt lj T MATRIMONIAIM Sam Hlacknri his wife and six chit- - I all died of typhoid THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tho Argonaut plant at Loxlngton drcn county within sevon fover In ray- Jackson MoMullon and Miss Celesta weeks. otto Hastln woro married at S. H. Il.tstln's only brought $100. Mrs. Charles McCoy was burned out I Congressman Samuel .1. Harrows, of of her house, near JelTcrsonvlllo, pre- Thursday. Feu. 17, 1899 Boston, will bo librarian of Congress. Stanford, Ky., Tho lingerie which Ml Fair sumably by persons who bellovo she wear on hor wedding day cot, It has been decided to rebuild tho killed her hnsb&nd. said, $10,000. executivo mansion at Frankfort and Is mado that Mr. C. Tho statement W. P. WALTON. Allen Ulldcn, of Pulaski, and Miss work will begin at once. II. Stoll, tho promoter of tho combine Tho democratic commlttco of Shelby of tho Kentucky distillers, Is to receive Molllo MoMullon wcra mado ono at tho bride's homo near Klngsvllle yostor-daw-ilPB9The poor volunteers arc to bo kept county declared Sam W. Uookor tho for his services, nominee for tho. Legislature In the scrvlco In order to force ConAtMiss Mlnnlo Fontaine, a belle of Job u Lancaster, aged 78, and Miss E " Bin nut lha nM Plntr In th nw Secretary Alger says that unless tho lanta, and a member ol n prominent 5&i v3lll)n gress t pass tho nrmy lncrcaso bill. Rlnz out ths falsa Rini in tht true " Secretary Alger volclrlg. the sentiments Army bill Is passed tho government family, has renounced society and will Patty Rlchnrvlson, Al, wero married at Evansvlllo, Ind. Thuy had been sweetof McKlnlcy's message, says ho will will rcfuso to rolcaso tho volunteers btjeomo a trained nurse. We bring to you the new and true from the heart for 25 years. MgBB P'ney 'orcsts ' Norway refuse to roleaso another ono until tho now In service Hob Fitzslinmons and Jim Jeffries William Helm, of LuPorto, Ii.d , Congressman Wheeler served nottco signed bill Is passed. In other words tho volun a fight some tlmo benrtlclcs for teers ro to bo hcU as hostages at great on tho IIouso that he aud his confrees tween April 4 and May 20, before tho broko tho record by marrying thice times In one jear. Ono wife died and enormous would fight vigorously ngulnst tho Inconvenience to thcra and club offering tho largest purso. bonus to Spain. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey expense to tho country, In order that Augusta county, another got a divorce. Flro at Urookvllle, John I). Clews, aged 102. years, ittd Tho Senato thanked Miss Ilolon which started In tho Review olllco, de tho law making branch of the government shall yield to tho demands of tho Gould for patriotic sorvlces during tho stroyed It, Pope's Hotel nnd several Mrs. Sarah .lennlngo, aged 100, were Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by married at Franklin, Pa. Tho bride Is executive, who seems to havo a, sevcro war and voted her a gold medal, to bo othor buildings. Loss $10,000. science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positlro a cousin of Abraham Lincoln. presented by tho president. of militarism. case Friends of Mrs. l'hubo A. Hearst, Curo for coughs, colds nnd all Inflamed surfaces James Nailer and Miss Molllo Hlxon, Tho second district republican rail- widow of tho of the Lungs onj Bronchial Tubes. Rgfbrrinu to tho report that It was road convention will meet in Loulsvlllo California, saylate Senator Hearst, of of Rowland, and James F. Pavnc, of Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worshe has spent $2,000,000 Chicago pa39 below zero at Lcbaon, a Prcacuorsvlllo, und Miss EmmaNulIci1, Feb. 21, to decide upon tho tlmo, place in charity during tho last flvo years. rated ; the microbe-bearinmucus Is cut out j tho per Is moved to say that a Kcntucklau and manner of making a nomination. cause of that tickling is removed, anJ the Inflamed The freakish behavior of tho cold oi itowianu, were all married at oncotold tho editor that when tho membranes ore healed anJ soothed so that then Tho Loulsvlllo Dispatch has mort wavo Is Illustrated by tho statement of Prcachcrsvlllo Wednesday night, to is no inclination to cough. mercury gets to zero In this State tho gaged Its assets to secure its bond Mr. Isaac Hamilton telephones us. tho weather observers that It was cold peoplo Immediately begin to put thorn-selvSOLD BY ALL GOOD ORUSQISTS which aro to bo 800 In number, or Monday In Toxas than In Montana. In a condition that tho ther- 400 of UNO AND STOCK. Bottle Only. 2G., COo. an- - $1.00 Slaasj and 400 of $100 each. They W. C. G. Hobbs, mometer Is as Hablo to read ono thing are to bear six per cent. and run 10 SURE YOU GET Ky., Eggs aro selling us high as .10 cents a IAMI1V UJ ljr of Lexington, found an as another to them. This base" slander years. lltMkloj rtowajr- qiMlOLD.o'xlA'mnwd t. Hon?T. It alvM antrk And irmtni Ptai-Tir-lltdozen In Loulsvlllo. soldier trying to break Into his In an amusing editorial In is refuted fTlpMwttlcoii4hxi4roldJi. Ilmtkf Tbo G5th Congress, when it ends Its and tired twice ut tho man with John A Hugucly, of Boyle, had II M. A. Mrvfm, k I ann Thursday's Courier Journal, which deliberation on Mar. 4, will have aprAoc-,- -j cattle to freeze during tho recent cold conclusively knows that the Chicago propriated for expenditures of all kinds out effect. Ben Graves, Alexander Clark and spell. statement out of more public money by fully $."00,000,000 man manufactured his Potts .V Duerson bought of J. W. Will Johnson, Collins county, Texas, whole cloth than heretofore appropriated by any farmers froze to death while attempt- Adams ItOO barrels of corn, delivered at Dn. Conner, of tho whitewash com Congress. ing to walk from McKlnney to their $1.113. Climax. Tho North Carolina Legislature will homes. mission, who Is supposed to volco tho Seven car loads of cattle frootodca h suffrage sentiments of McKlnley, said in a proposo a constitutional Criminals can not now escape punish- on tho Pittsburg, Virginia & Charlesspeech at Cincinnati that Miles was a amendment requiring all voters to be ment by fleeing to Mexico. An oxtra-dltlo- ton railroad, In Pennsylvania. disgrace to tho army and ought to bo ablo to read tho constitution and to Tho running races at New Orleans treaty just agreed on permits summarily fired. This seems to bo the havo a poll tax receipt, but thesa qual- tho roturn of criminals now In cither wero stopped for several dujs by tho program of tho administration, because ifications arc not to bo applied to any country. cold weather and frozen ground. ho has dared to toll tbo truth about tho person who was a voter In 1807, or to MII.K COWS VonG'unagan & Von- Edward Begloy, a former city fire We promlte another glorious week of unemplrd Imrgailit in tho Clrarsnro Salr of war's mismanagement, but it had bet- sons or grandsons of any such person. man, was shot ana Kiueu in a crowueu Alhncn shipped a car loud of milk cows all Winter Goods In John D. Whlto says ho will make charity ballroom In Memphis by Calvin from hero yesterday to thclrdalry near ter stop and study a long tlmo beforo carrying it out. Tho people wont Btand many speeches lu his canvass for rail Miller, a lawyer, ol Sardls, Miss., over Loulsvlllo. everything and then have It rubbed In. road commissioner aod invites Chair- a woman. Tho snow blockade at Washington man C. M. Barnctt, of the State cen AOo nil of Florida its far caused Snow a Journal, wants Its tral commlttco, "or his peregrinating south as covered on tho west coast nnd dozen, eggs Hi jump from 23 to bushel The Interior Tamna imiatoes from 43 to 83o a voto recorded for Loulsvlllo as tho agent, Attorney General W. S. Tny-lorSt. Augustine on thoeat. Vegetables and vegetubles generally 73 (tor cent. I f )iiii Hill take tlm time to visit oufstnro you wdl mo more opMirtunitirs lcnp. placa for holding tho Stato convention. to bo prct-en- t and debate with wore Killed and the oranges wero badA. E. Hundley r.old to Roy S Hcaz-le- v ply your needs for sm.vlf r priced limn you will likely tee K.in slirr tliU stle rmb; No other city has tho hall and hotel ac- him. He says he would also like to get for Win. Hyers, of Boston, tho lory lite all other things it will have an cud. We nre not figuring how mui-l- i Hie kimmId ly Injured. commodations near capable of taking a chance nt District Attorney It. D. A tire which started In a clothing fancy combined gelding. Ground Squir- cmtbut how chesp they shall 1m reduced, that you will ce atonre the nceroiiy of care of the vast crowd that will be Hill. near tbe corner of .Id and Race rel, by Black Squirrel, for $200. supplying there. Besides there Is no danger of The McEnory resolution was passed house in Cincinnati, did half a million dollars contamination from the Loulsvlllo by the Senate 20 to 22. Itdcclares that Moro trotters and paeors will be out of damage. Tho St. Nicholas barely crowd nnd no ono need fear the result the peace treaty docs not mean that the this year than In any one cur before in destruction i keep In tho middle Filipinos aro to be mado citizens of tbo escaped who knows how to At Washington IK Inches of snow fell tbo history of trotting. This Is duo to of the road. U. S., nor are they to bo permanently nnd the worst blizzard In years was ex- the great growing Interest In tho linrse ' Home Study annexed, It being tho Intention of this perienced, several people being lost In business. From present outlook $30,000 While this Bargain bale The Courier-JournaWhen youlcome thU week ak to see the following Circle is a new and admirable feature government to prepare them for a local J snow drifts and frozen. Railroad truf- moro money will Ihj hung up this jcar Items: 1,000 yard Callro, Sc, U.OTO yards Fancy Calicoes, lic 3,000 yanU boiler than over before, of that resourceful newspaper. It be- self government suitable to their wants fle was cntlroly suspended. grade ol Calico, 4 and 5c; UnhlcachclShevl!ng,t4c per yard. -4 lllrached gan Wednesday with an article on and when this Is established the U S. Gov. Bradley has offered a reward Sheeting, 4 Jcwr yard. 8 Unbleached Canton Flannel, Ijc. 7 -- 8 yard wide 111 y A Vaj-- ol tlarape. "Governments of the World Today" by shall dispose of tho Islands to the best of $130 for King McNamara, tho Ticking, only be per yard; a few pieces of FWnnclctte left worth 10s. now 7Jc per Plodding Pnul Say, Wtary, what's Prof. Albert Sbaw, which is replete Interest of tho inhabitants, slaver of young Kellorat Lexinger reasons ft--r wantin ter be cremated yard, a few pieces of Flannelette left worth 8c now CJc per yard. Men's and with valuable Information. Thecourse ton. Ho would bo lynched If tho peo- j Heavy Underwear mint move rcg4rilles of ciwt. Men' and Itoys Clothing BRIEF"NEWSKOfATION. when yez die? will continue four months and can bo ple there could get him now. Wenry Walker Yerknw thatSatan nt prices to please all. Fayettb county's assessment foots up had simply for tho prlco of tho paper Flames completely gutted StonoS allers finds some work fer Idle hands Itself. livery stablo, James Dawson's saloon, ter do. N". Y. Journal. $27,300,000. There havo been 17 deaths from men- Coulter's hardware store, and tho gro THE president seems determined to The CnrumlnsTllle ftnv. cery of Cox & Wells ut Taylorsvllle, "The nrerage politician," said tbe havo an extr.a session of Congress or to ingitis at Henderson. .1 yards long Lace Curtains, file, Three men were killed in a drunken Loss $12,000. It has been but a short Cummins Hie Sngc, "regards e, camuse the threat of one to coerco legisla3 yards long " 7oo, time since It had a disastrous fire. paign somewhat after the way of a botriot at Dekalb, Texas. tion. He threatened to call one If tho yj yards long extra wide Ico Curtains, 03c, "Jaydlco" Kennedy, tho notorious tle. He won't open it unless he thinks now said to bo The Filipinos aro peace treaty was not adopted and now !1S inches wide Scrim ancy stripe I In pink and hlue, if. thug, murderer, highwayman, burglar there is something In It." Cincinnati he says he will have one unless tho lighting among themselves. is under arrest In Cin- Enquirer. A oaper bag trust, with $25,000,000 and army bill Is passed. With that and his cinnati, charged with larceny, commit.o Chiller. other lever of keeping tho volunteers capital, has been formed. Mrs. Carpej" Before we were marJudge Goodnight adjourned court at ted while uttendlng tho funeral of a In service, ho will likely carry his In Louisville. ried you said I was the only woman In Russellvllle because of the cold weath- friend. Ho Is point. White lied Spreads, 72 by 71! iiic!ie, only Mc, Tho administrator of Marlon Taylor, the world. er. " " 84 by 7'.', ' only7ir, Mr. Carper Yes, and I must hate bo THE Louisville Dispatch la kind Fulton went wet by CO, notwithstand- who was hung by a mob at Scottsburg, " " " only llSe. UObyVJ, " enough to say of the INTKitioit JOUR- ing Sam Jones delivered two lectures Ind , has sued the sherltt of tbo county lieved It! X. Y. Journal. " " " i0 hy 100 Marseilles pattern. NAL and Its editor, and it Is highly ap- there. negllgcnco In Mister 8nw. for $3,000 damages for These goodi aro made of thiol ply yarn, both warp und tilling, and warwulcd not preciated: No Kentucky paper that Richard Croker contributed $3,000 tD letting the prisoner be taken. Taylor MUter Snow, he fall en fall D Wort tint: out. "Oood nlghtl to weightcn with any substance whatever, uno'i'lalel in ipnllty, style and fmUh comes to this otllco surpasses Editor rclluvo tho suffering poor In fta was awaiting his trial for killing his I mighty akaoa r klvtr. II enimcd ready for uso 11.80. Walton not only for clear, strong edi- York. So I'll take dat sheet r whlttl" wife. Atlanta Constitution. 711 on tho N. & W. railroad torial writing, but forgood, sound judgEngino The corner stone of the $40,000 add!-tlo- u ment as well. It Is one of tho Stato MIT !. IIKMAXU. to the Ohio Capitol was laid yes exploded In the Kenova yards and killl-2papers we nover fall to read. c ed Engineer Everett Fields Instantly, terday. Traders' Warehouse, mortally wounded Fireman Fred MorTho 25 doien Corsets, the higesl uiirtralu ever ollereil, ffiio and 35c, A MAN named Gosnell, from Grayson and Brakcman Edward E. Hcnsley Wohavemsny oilier things at uirprMiitfly low prlco, hut for tho wmt of pre countv. has shied his castor into tho I Chicago, burned, entailing a loss of ris, was struck by a tlylng piece of Iron and 8780,000. we aro compelled to le.tve thorn off, but come and ce for yourself and bo convinced aco for State treasurer, but the ono Low several of hi? bones woro broken. Winter goods go at cost and below cn.it. Fascinators, Flannel Skirts, isn't living that can wrench the noml- - ' In Texas 14 persons are reported to water caused tho explosion. for that otllco from R. C. Fori( havo frozen to death during tho recent nation In many Kentucky aud Tennessee fina TllxhrriUnn thl nlra bllZZard. nl MMilt...lini-' Tuo L- N- - and Q- - & C railroads towns tho coal situation b,ecamo criti ho Is running for this otllco. but Gus All have to go to make room for Summer Ooods.SComo nnd et your shaie of tho Lex cal, and what coal could bo secured.was . donated a car of coal each to tbo Isn't in it either, a llttlo bit bargains, don't wait until they are all gono and then wnnt them. You may cry your doled out In very s'mall quantities. At ington poor. eyes out and we couldn't supply ilia loiiulfelt want. Come anil he convinced. Tbo attempt to attach tho Nicaragua , Jack Glenn, who boasted that ho had Kelly and Crofton, two railroad stations reUinal out to tho sundry uivli bill as u been drunk for 12 years, Is dead at In Christian county, tho citizens aro ported to havo become desperate, and rider fulled In tho House, which by a Muncle, Iod. crow to leave a of 127 to 100, sustained tho chair In decision over to havo forced a train Toto Jack O'llrlen got the car of coal at each town. its ruling that the amendment was not Oscar Gardner In tho contest T.I). HANKY, Manager Tho youngest Inmate of tho Frunk-for- t germane, and was therefore out of or- at Youngstowu, O. penitentiary Is Jackson Cox, of "I want a cup with the Inscription Ilra.ich stores at Faris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lawreiufhuig. l.'ynthl. der. This knocks out the canal scheme Near Hranchvllle, (nd,, Andrew i'lKo county . uu is .' " My Dear ana, Versailles, hiulnetice, Ocorgutown, Kliiahethtown. Frankfort. Muuckport Ind for this session. Roltz drank cobalt ink for whisky by, U m korvn two ears fur barn burning. To "We don't keen them In stock, be Hn U a bright llttlo follow, rathor IIIIBIUKU UUU U1CU. age, and tho services of cause we've never had any demand for Ono of tho inun who occupied tho voir mrrrnt a An atlacho of tho Cblnoio legation at sraull for his the penitentiary Clothing such a thing'." Fllegende lilaetter. tho tailor of mansion just burned, as governor of I'arlsshot his Chinese secretary and department wero required to make him That Alliance. ' Kentucky, worked on the building us a committed suicide. a boy's kneo punts suit of stripes. Ths lowering cloud of dark distrust stonemason Thomas Metcalfe. Aaron CO to 100 Hills of ice, ranging from Twlit mother, dear, and us shows rifts I REUGIpuVMATtERS7 ilurr frequently darkened Its thres- feet high, arc packed In the Niagara So Ut us sing: "Clod Sav the Queen" Fur a cast plow or a And call our elevators "lifts." overy noted man In this and hold and river above the falls. Detroit Journal. Itnv. T. J. Dodds. u noted Methodist many other Sutjs havo been guests W. W. Wttdo, u Richmond, Va., mor. preacher and educator, died at Coving, l'Mlrlollr. therein. chant, froze to death whtlo sitting by ton, ol Hrlght's disease. "Trade," said the auctioneer, as he InFor a steol plow Wojliavo thu tiro In lib room asleep. hung his crimson banner on the outer The grand jury at Loulsvlllo has Tho congregation of tho First wall, "always, follows the Hag." CinJacob Keller, who wus shot ut Lex dicted that sweet scented shrub, Counof Now Albany'Ind., ohurch cinnati inquirer, cilman Cimiottl, fur soliciting a bribe, ington by King McNainara, died of his uso Individual comiuunlou cups. JVecesanry. and if conviction doesn't carry it pent injuries. McNumara has skipped. William Howard, of Astor, III., tried On till the .roods, and h.-- that you oll mid ut bufon- buying. Qulzzer Wonder why nearly all the eotlary sentence) with it, it should. It Is some consolation to read that to kill himself because his wife Joined Clml seems of tho sort that recms more thu climatic conditions of the Califor- tho UaptUt church against his wishes. authors wear glasses? duyer To see through their hair, I nia count are ull that could be desired. sightly In striiws. Journal. niuatirasslJIado Charley Moore is supiKMe--- :. Raiders destroyed thu tollgate on tho THE Loulsvlllo Times Is moved toeav (iheuliV Wursuw pike Friday night, writing u book entitled "Behind tho I)iimc)lo Ileimrtee. tbat our representatives In Congress thu only roud not freed lu Carrol) coun- Hurs, No. :il,:il," durlug his loisiito She (Indignantly) Mow, husband, In aro small jwtaloos and few In a hill, ty. tt hourrlu tho Columbus penitentiary, you know I eer can get of a word. i He No, but get pleuty them out. forgetting doubtless that the ir.lsropru-seutatlv- o aged H' where hu Is proof reader In thu printRobert Fowler, and Mary Detroit free I'rets. from this district Is still supf Hulstead, 74, were Ito.en to death in ing olllco, (Jvicral Line .ncludliig almost svery ll'ing. posed to bo one of thorn. A Mm ll Imliiuallou, the Guyan Vulloy, near Huntington, William Holcher, un ox 4th Ky. sol- t Jinks Uucle said he'd do (he The dlor, was badly boateri up at Middles- - right thing by mo In his will. (THE Loudon Echo says wo go on w y Hro, Dvcho' Ml Funnlo Cook, aged 81, full dead boro becanso ho spoko in hursii terms h'alf shot. Very well. If The Jioatter Too bad, old man I N. will go ol! and whole shoot himself all in i rum, ui mu uro ut uupKiusviuo unu of Col. Colson and woro a Scott button. Y. Journal, her lower limbs wore burning when A hcuvy tldo In tho Cumberland will bo forgiven. Wondsrfally Swart. caino. threatens to sweep away many a saw Tupraau I hear you are building a Itatcheis for Wiro Fence ami Buddies, Harness und Whip, world without end i)r In raising funds for thu great earn Near Cynthlana 20 of Newton Roes' log man's hoK) of prosperity, llilug you waul In OrocerltN ! mat house? of 1000, Kentucky ranks third, floo cattle took refuge from the cold In gn Snodgraeaj Ye, I couldn't very well Tho vrlfo of Samuel loung, or tno The money is being raised by $1 sub- -' bis tobacco barn, ate the tobacco, and Elllsburg section of Casoy, is dead af- - build an old one, you know. Tlt-IllSc scriptlons died from tbo effects. ter along Illness. POLTICAL POINTS. - " y. u..raiMM? R Bl'ffiralilBB DR. BELL'S lrPT rA 11 4HEt ll-- iMTjM' lrV$ n g o, ti' ox-4t- h IE -. resl-den- r. Bill's troAC.-M- nw For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. THE. n LOUISVILLE STORE ! DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND BOOTS AND SHOES. ," Present And Future Needs. lat. 41 4- l's cow-ardl- Lu-die- s' LACE CURTAINS well-kno- White Bed Spreads. 40 Different Patterns of Percale at 5c, 7 and 10c. Ladies' And Gents' Underwear, n vL The Louisville Store. can't , j'"' k."u .Mother-lu-Low- V.CTLOAN PJJIDW (GHOBBS' - I'res-bytorl- l(MP?iM(A)L 5UDTJOEID FK.IO.EUS B. K. WEAREN 6t SOV. it HARDWARE ing. BBAZLBY Stoves for both Heating and CookCARTER. (. .y yv'i' t r n.'iriii wtfyri ki.iwMPmFMl " w THE I Stanfokp, Kv., K. i - 3 Journal Im'.ii, Wcaren it Son', WlNTr.it Lap Holies nt coat at II. IC. 17, 1809 I'lNH box stationary. New and at Cnilif ic docker's. nufliiRMt clover seed to .oil atro- dncod prlco. H IC. Wcaren .V Son. . 100 Tills It tho last day for filing- - nil l TllKcourtofuppcnlanirmlhoHoylo for tho circuit court which begins on circuit "ourt decision that towns havo ilio 27th. to keep up tho pikes within their limTill". 11 CyprcHsSliinglcs. i Hoofing. Mill Work. ut McKlnnoy Till: court of npc.ils aRlrmed Judgo vo partially changed hands, John medicines produce good I got. Oooi), pun) omllnsom nnd n Jlarrodaburg party Sauflcy's decision In a school caso in rceulls. Quality nml nut prion govern u In our M'luutlon of limps' mid If you jOHN S 0TjSk. To Loan. il,WX) on good, unencum- having bonghtout B. I). Kennedy' In- Mercer that when n railroad lax Is col ( MftNT J want tho very liest nt no higher prlco bered rcnl estate. Will loan only tho terest. W. M. Duddernr retain hi lected Is li shall 1)0 apportioned be tbnn you pay olsowhere, wo uro nt whole tween tho colored und white children Interest amount. Apply nt till olllco. -- jour service. Penny' Druir Storo. equally. KY. Cow. In addition to the Tim American National LouUvllle, FOCJO. Our Methodist brethren will PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. vocal quartette, which Is to npiwar has been approved a tho reserve ngent Will ho remember Prof. K. S. Fogg, of tho U Improvltur of thu Lincoln County National Hank. nt Walton's Opera House, Saturday Mil. A'H.uam Gwk.'II Kentucky Colonels, to appear horo tonight, 18th, Mr. Chastiiln-Urown- a and I oblo 10 fit up nunc. TlIK Kentucky river at High Urldgo gives several piano solos with remark-ubl- u morrow night. Ho was cornetlst in a Mlia. ICatk DUMiKiiAii Is convales- wa tolldly frozen Wednesday and peobeauty and graeo, beside being remarkablo meeting held ut their cing- from a nwll of two week. ple wore crossing on the Ice 11s tho train the ttccumpanicst for thu singers. It Is church. MllS. I'ltANK H01.TZCI.AW It ai Jo- passed over. going to ba a charming entertu'nmcnt. seph Prlco Inllrmary for treatment. McKkk. Itev. Joseph McKco, eon of TlIK longest train that over passed Don't fall to bo there. Dr. W. P. McKce, lato of Mt. Vernon, IlKl.r.N AN HitYAN', children of Mr. 7(1 Till: vcrdletof tho jury summoned died at Wllraore, where ho was profes nnd Mj. J. T. June. Iiavo iincumonla. hero went South Tuesday. It had cars- - US of them empty coal gondolu by Coroner William Langraf wa thht hot In tho Collcgo there. Ho wn a Sai.i.u; I'uiicki.i., of Ilrod- - and two big engines pulled Lowest I'ricef . Work Guaranteed. Miss them. Cornelius Hailey, eolorcd, came to his nepbow of John C. McKco, of London, head, wot hero betweon trnlns Wedncs- und was hero with tho Wllmoro studay. TlIK Stanford JouiinaL has tho best death by tho accidontul discharge of Hochkmiiu ha been corn of country correspondent of uny his gun whllo trying to gel a rabbit out dent when they had such a glorious Miss Lula meeting with Iiro. Grin stead a year or kick for novoral weeks At Judgu J. W. piicr In this section, und Its Lancaster of a rail pile. Tho following comixncd tho jury: Thoams Farmer, W. T. so no. Ha was a mostexccllont young letter I uboui tho besi of tho bunch. AlcornV Smith, It. G. Jones, J. W. Watson, man and apparently had u great futuru. Mils. II. L.'OiiKKlt. of I'lnevlllc, wa Richmond Climax. ' Daniel Cooloy nnd D. Levin. the guest of her parent, Mr. and Mr. TlIK climax of thu unprecedented Spanish Flao. Dr. Clifton Fowler It. T. Mmtlnk'ly. TlIK Kentucky Colonels rualo quar cold snap was noted In our last when Hag thai has a plcco o! tho Spanish Mus. W. C SlIANKH and handsomo Moated mercury hero showed 21 degree over tho Morro Castlo ut Ha- tette Is composed of four professional the on, Hartwoll, went to Lexington yesbelow. It wns fearfully cold nnd pipes, vana, which he will keep as a souvenir mnslcal artist, whoto voices are In terday to vllt her parent. dividually and collectively unsurpassed engines, Ac, were frozen solid. Wo back from of ihu lato war. It was sent to him by by any DON Victoii Haixou I other quartette ever heard on experienced great dllllculty oven TuesF. Phelps, formerly a day, when tho mercury had gotten up the war nnd l I pretty safo to wager 'dative, Samuel of Madison, who Is there In tho Interest the concert slago In tho United States. ho won't go In the army again. I exit not say too much in their praise. to 4 below and gradually began to rise, Mus. W. F. Maiitin, who ha been of telephone nad telegraph line. Frank L. Urlstow, composer and tnu- - in securing sulllclent water to run our vlilllnc her iwircnts, Siiulro and Mm. DiKD IN Jail. Jennlo Carpenter, l m! director, Cincinnati, O. At Wal engine, It having 10 bo carried for sevJamc Itulnu. returned to Ixnilsvlllo colored, hai been noil fled of the death ton's Opera House, Saturday, 17tb. eral equnrcs in bucket. In other points Fertilizers, Harness Saddles and Farming Implements at yeetcrday. of thu State, the thermometer showed of her son, Coleman Carcnter, In tho -1 W. L. McCAltTV.of Klngsvlllo. went jail at Lexington. Ho died of pneu ComiKCT. "Your report of tho from 15 below at Paducab to 42 degrees Wednesday to ao'st local monia and was Incarcerated lor cutting Scoit-ColsnITray uptoCorbln shooting tho below at Heaver Dam in Ohio county. capitalist In organizing n canning another Negro. Carpenter was u bad most correct I have rciul," said Lt. Kd II was 3D bolow at Lebanon and Cyn- company. egg while bo lived hero and wa In jull Morrow, of Somerset, who wns onTues- - ihlaua, 'do at Columbia and soon. Wed- Miss Nan.vkttk Hkatii came over for various olTunse tilmott half of tho day' train on route to Fraukfort to ut- - ncsday It bad very much moderated and r, from Jessamine Tuesday to ico buy tend a bop In honor of his cousin, Miss the lhaw began, followed by rain und time. Mr. A. H. Sovernnco, who I conChristine Hradlcy. "I wa present nt sloet Wednesday night and yesterday, JT was W. P. Glvenx and nol W. P. tho unfortunate alTutr und it occurred This morning I cloudy valescing, with tho John Williams, of Pittsburg, who Grimes, who qualified at administrator u you Jiavu It. Co'.. Colson eury ut .T and rising. doing of tho lato M. N. DuPauw. These gen- I not seriously hurt, tho ball dellectlng. During tho cold snap, which began IsnlJonph Prlco Inllrmary, If you need anything in Gent's. Ladies' or Children's Underwear, we offer any nicely and will bo ablo to return homo tlemen' name havo been confounded and reaching no vital K)int. My rela-lFeI and lusted till the 15, the Garment In the house at actual cot more than once, however, and while few () In 10 ho panic make tho troub- - cuty stood hero ut 7 A. M. us follows, TlIK ninny friend of thai bright, they were doing business ut tho same lo a most unpleasant one. Mr. Scott Preserve this so that when you get to young lawyer, Mr. O C llagby.of Dan bunk hero there was so much trouble jou know is my first cousin, and Colson bo tho oldest inhabitant, jou can prove ville, uro urging him to make the race bocauu of the similarity of name that Is 11 very dear friend. I scu thai Col- your nssertion thai you ve seen It a onu of them moved hi bank uceount. for representative. son' brothers uru on tho ground, nnd snup colder: Feb. i, .'10 above; 5th, 28; Miss Ida May, daughter of G. I). giving soma of Scott's friend havo gone to Oth. 22; 7tb, 15; 8th, 2 below; Otb, 12 beIN regard to John C. Gooch' And Gloves at less than the cost of production. Hoys' Heavy Casimcre Suits S to 12 McCollum, of Junction City, won tho up thu mull roulo between hero and tho sccnu and 1 very much fear further low; 10th, 22 below; 11th, 4 below; 12lb, years, worth 14, closing price 11.49. cako offered by tho high chool of that Ktngsvlllc. lis say that Mr. Hcldcn trouble" safll ihu handsome young 4 below; 13th. 22 below; 14th, 4 below. plaeo for tho bol speller. who Is to much llko Charlie, his us that he, Helden, did not failed to tell Miss Linoa Mii.i.kh will go to Mr. James Purvis was burned to give to J. G. Martin, whoso contract ho twin brother, also a lieutenant, but In today to be present al tin recep $1, bought, thu necessary paper (Uncle iha 1st Itcglment, that wo can never death at Snider' Switch, on the K. C. 25o. Her clothing caught while cooking. tlon to lw glvcu tonight by Mis Joo Sam' check) In duo tlmo. which I hi tell them apart. of phlno Held In honor of Mis Scnco. J principal reason for quitting tho Shu was 25 years of ago and leave a Boys' Heavy Cassimere Overcoats worth $2, $2 50 and (3, closing price 75c, il and roulo. TlIK bond bale drew a lurge crowd KnnxvilUi. and several children, ono only SI 25. We have a few Ladies' Hats left that we inicul to sell if they don't bring '.'5c He couldn't sou clearly where his pay und thorn were bidders from Cincin- husband two weeks old. Miss Ukiitiia GiiL'itiis.whohasbeen was coming from. goods all trimmed by Mrs. to the dollar. Como and see them, they are nati, Clovolund, Boston, Chicago and 111 ut her sister, Mr. Kmbry Heazley's, Duddcrar. wa well enough to return U) Sholbv 1 Tin: Cook homo ui Husioovillo came Now York. Judge Uallcy uctcd as aucNOTICE ! City Wednesday. near burning thu other night. Mr. J. tioneer und after ''dwelling" on thuu a Tliu notes and accounts belonging lo tho pretty long time, finally knocked thorn TlIK letter head that K. H. Ilnydcn W. Allen, who occupies It, had u coal retutoof Dr. O. V. IlronauRli have been uso In remitting for hi paur show oil stove In una of tho up slulr rooms down to Dennison, Prior A: Co , of Bos- pluct-- In tho band of V. A. Trlbble for 100-I general mana- for tho purpose of keeping bis (lower ton Cleveland, ut a premium of $I,U00 collection, lt. II. llronaugli, Exor. that ho presldonl and Lvery day. Wo need room and all Winter Goods must go, ger of Caldwell Coal Co , near Hamil- from freezing und It exploded, betting for the wholu $52,000, which more than failton, Mo. lire 10 tho room and doing considerable pays for tho loss by reason of tho Mil. J. H. MlI.i.Klt spent i few day damage to It. Hurd work saved tho ure of thu Clnclnnutl firm to take tbem with hi old bunk mato In prison, Mr. building, on which tho Insurance bud at a previous sale. A tho average life A Uiy Nlly came my !iouo nbout ton lo of tho bond I 101 year and tho Interest A. Triable, of Junction City, it I expired onlr n week previous. wevksngo. which the 'owner can get ly 4 per cent., tho premium paid makes pnvlng for her feed und this notice. towonderful what nITecllon a Jail term M AKINO J. K. llAl'Oll.MAN. Walter them pay tbo holder only .'I.tl2 per cent. gether engender 1D0 Iluslonvllle, Ky. I making money Thoy were sold ..object to a test of their AUBLIA Woods telephoned ti Carter, of tho K. C, Mus. Itev. W. selling butter und egg as well as draw legality, and there was some kicking yesterday that thu children of 1 L. At N. J. Carson, of the Methodist church, bad ing u good salaryInfrom tho 20 cont Ho by those who came to buy them uncon getting for ditlonally, a advertised, but us there been summoned to hi bedtdo. It being find no trouble no doubt uboui their being all right Having nouinnl the inanKgoment of tho thought ho wa fatally 111 of pneumonia. eggs In Richmond, which ho buy here 15 cent und ?2i cent for butter tho condition will cut do Uguru. A firm ULIU: (iltAfd (lltOCKltV, I lake this ineth-o- d of Lexing at Mil. P. W. Guinstkad, of thanking our uiunv patrons for their tjfl Tliofe beautiful black lllister Trepons. These are the newest designs which cost him only 15 cents hero. Hy of brokers tolegrughed that they bad trade und support In tho pant, with the ton, representing the Amorlcan Hook in Skirl and Dress lengths We have Near Silk lining to line tl e relations In the u that our the way Mr. Curler not long ago bought telegraphed $1,000 us a forfeit of their beiiellclal and jS Co., of Nuw York, Clnclnnutl nnd ChiSkirts, nUoTnlleta Silk to match Near Silk for Unfiles. Come while future will sold a store three time one week bid at a premium of $1,012 50, but as uirreeablo. pniYti mutually Honing to receive a nhare of cago, was hero yesterday. Ho I n and 5 assortment is 'arge und made money each time. neither bunk got such a dispatch, it tho nubile patronngo, I am ourscourieouacousin of Prof. W. C. Grlnstead. of H01IT. I.. MATTl.NOLY, Mgr. 9 cut no ice. Thu firms represented ')' Mr Charllo I.. Il.iwes. Asst. 1 Dinvilto, and llko him, scorn to bo u Foil FOHOKUY. Marshal Joo A. In person wore Fcder, Holzman As Co., fg -j mighty clever man. Shannon arrested at Cruo Orcburd Cincinnati, by A. Holzman; Season-goo- d A DISPATCH to C. W. Kremer nt Sun Tuosduy Garlluld Haines, wanted at A: Mayer, Cincinnati and Clove-UnFroneUco. that hi father, 0. A. Morchend for forgery, und pluced him by J. C. Mayer; Randolph Kley-bott- o 111, ut Now Albany, wa icry In jail here. Ho found on him u pair ic Co., Chhago, by W. G. HumTumMiIng K A klock of Mioes and (lent' brought a reply from hi wife that ho of big pistol and ho look llko a man Wo Jell the bibt Apron Ginghams at 5c Some ecll Glnghnru9 ns bmlnoHS olnt of Uoiith. Consid- who would uso them If necessary. phrey; and the successful bidders, by Oiioda. located In a thriving new. Tor town.- S heavy, but they wont otaud the wash-tuwa also ut tho Thero are many Percales furTlioMtivk Iseoimuiratlvelv A. S. Spencer. ered with tho death of Mr. II. T. Hur-r- l, Hulncscluljne that hi brother Albert, I ther Information Apply at this Olllcc. rH on the market, but nouo as good colors as Ihu ones we are oflering in tho family I a moat ullllcted one. Navy, lied and China lllues for early Sprint; wear at 12c per yard, did tho forging und that hu Is In hiding ,j& Cakson. A dluteh Wednesday to n n ?S light Percales at 3c. near Junction City. Murslml Sbunnon tho bereaved busbund' family hcio Hon. Gr.o. II. Ai.r.XANDKit, MISS EVELYN TARDIF, ator from Louisville, und cundldiito for will tuko him to Morehead u soon u told of tho death of Mrs. James T. Cur-so- n Tho Soamstross. hu bear from tho authorities there ut Winchester, whoro she wus taken railroad commissioner, wn hero Yard-Wid- e sick, while making tour of tho Stutu Plain und rushloiiuble Sewing. Cutting nnd getting acquainted with tho TlIK Kentucky Colonel will glvoono Works St. Water democratic leuder. Ho wn tho noml-iie- o of their superb musical ontortutnment with her husband. Shu was hero two Pitting a SiecUlty. weeks ago In apparently lino health. before, but win beaten by Mr. IrSaturday, Ho at Wulton' Opora House, win, thu republican cundldato. Tbo grip seized her tutor and that com18th. Onoof tho number la Mr. A. D. (j2 Cotton Goods art advancing. Iluy now. goixl rucu,.but It wasn't domoc-raeplicated with n stomach trouble, caused inadu a Flora, who was born in this county, and year, and ho very naturally who Is said hor death. Mr. Carson was Mis Suo to posse one of the finest think tbut ho ought to bo given n basso profundo voice over beard. At Snyder, daughter of Mr. Gcorgo It. Ho i 11 good, Snydor, of tho Pluntor' Tobacco Wuro- ehiinco tbl tlmo. u convention at thu Uaptlst church inun and would !lll tho posi- horo n fow year ago bo sangTho Feast bouse, Louisville, and she und Mr. Cur-sofirst met ul ltouk Cnstlo Spring. A tion well of Helshuzu In a manner which stirred mutual attachment soon formed which tho souls of every ono who heard him. grew HAPPENINGS." LOCAL und ripened Into huppy murrlugo. Don't ralsa tho treat which thu enterResides her husland, n han'Jsomo littlo found. SeuT D.Kunoy. tainment assure. MoNUY Courier Journal Ibm la -boy of three years, Reynolds, Is left In tbo ny other uMIhel lulli lo l ut Harp's 18 STAMP picture for "TlIK coal fumlnu In this part of tho to feel tho loss of a loving mother. In j ulltjr uJ iuuiltr. write Col. W. F. Sheridan, wrllDig of bur the Courier Journal Slate," gullury. train dispatcher, "will bo broken by s'lys: "Shu was u lovablo woman, pos- 104 Papers One Venr coal of all grade. today aAlil'NDANiT.oI or tomorrow." 'It wa cuused sessing many udmlrablo traits of char-aute- r, 50 CcutH. CHILLEDNow U tho tlmo to supply yonrolf. J. by the entry truck In thu mine being Ojurlrr Jouruil U lbs which endeared her to nil, not Tli r of all other equal of luaujr dalllcw.auii th II. Iluugbmur. Cc Co. covered with leu, which prevented tho tho lean beautiful being her devotion ultra. 11 1'lluU luoia teal uewe. more gol claw other, luued Lurt.Ni getting out scarcely uny tho niomlwri of bor family." This n.ii.r. nhrtirtiiMlSaturday thai) any roiuiuttilou to A K'i OUlt block of Canned (iooJs Dried miner from WwlnexUr auit snow und Icu uro fust disap- uiornlngut tho 2d Presbyterian church, uiit'Ula. puiie copua uveoiieiiiiauuu. nrue Fruit mid eutuble Is full und complete. coul. Thu pearing und 75 cur wero gotten yester-du- y Louisville, Dr. Hemphill will preach lu Ky. Cull und eo u. Warren it Shank. nil lltint-JO- t UN II. CI) , und toduy 200 will bo dispatched. tho funeral dlscoursu and then the re- KKNTCCICY COI.ONr.L3, The coal men have largo order uud mulns will bo laid uwuy In Cave Hill Ily .lx Ul Arraiifeiueut You Can Del The Wulton' Oiwra Ilouoo, tho L. A: N. ha over i00 eoal cur Cemetery. This Is thu first death lo Saturday, Fob. 18. ready to place In thu mine on short occur in u family of 10 und tho broken Semi Weekly Interior Journal notice Lebanon sutlurod greutly, but homo circle Is bowed down with crief. Aud The SiiMllT OWKNH publUbeon our 4th wo relieved by President M. II. Smith, Great sympathy Is full horo for thorn JOURNAL, hu will bull for who sent a supply from Louisville, thus and tho A WEEK COURIER page a list of proiwrty vount' husband, who loved her TWICE taxe at March court, 11 uoi aiu ooioro. heaping coals of lliouon their boadsi with a beautiful duvotloa, Mosdames llolli Ous Year Pur n ' Hu also sent 15 cur to re- J, K, I'ortman uud S. 1', Stai; went Only Thu Q. & 0. I doing a nublng pi-o- as It wero. ' Had It not to WInuhestor Wednesday, but arrived For Sale by or bulne. All it train uro lievo distress la Nashville. fur In tbo mine road too lato to sou tholr sister alive. Mr. Tlili li uudtriiub (ulacrlpiloue oulv. All I tho tbii cvuibluallua oiler wiut uud No. 1 Wednesday How by been for tho ico crowded 200 cursaday.whero-a- s H. 1'. Stagi; joined them la Louisville Mill thioush lliUeltti. HIGG-INJunction City with two huge engine could bvu moved150 In W. 1. WALTON, SrturoiD, Kv four days. yesterday to attend tbo funeral. li only moved pulling 10 car loaded to tho door. ()KK t 0. Waito.v, JtcsiNi Manaoeiu it. Hustonvlllo and Morclnml TlIK Lancaster Record has changed flouring-oputting nn electric ' i railway between those point If they Its date to rend Thursday afternoon Instead of Friday morning, which I W()plh cn ilocfi ro A. CS1HE, Metnl ( Will, i mm or termatci-Hn- You never seed dq llko Mr. Ileailcy Ac Carter Tin: Favorite Mill rSTANFORD, vv. yj NSjsX ysJ' V23" T Iron Fence. KY: ME ETES ! Accurately Tested And Pitted CRAIG & MOCKER'S -- I Handle the B. F. Avery and ver Steel Plows, also W. A. Sil- on 1 CARSON'S, STANFORD. On 1 sis-te- Last Call Winter Bonis ! 1 mer-tionsh- lp 11 1 FASCINATORS, HOODS, MUF- FLERS otll-cc- r, Dan-vlll- o Boys' Heavy Cassimere Knee Pants, Closing Price, Worth first-cliij mm Our SPRING LINES Are Coming in 3t ESTRAY. JOHN P. JONES. m MoNKY.--nrukera- un NOTICE ! You Should See I 1 m m IOU-3- Kro-,me- r, d, FOR SALE. New Porkhill Zephyr Ging;S hams at 10c Yard. i b ex-Se- 3tl-i- yes-terd- 11 the tSee Cotton we offer at Bleach 5c. y' n Tl-AW- YOU GET MORE rr k lugs-rlo- I SEVERANCE & SONS. m$mmwmmTffi&mi BUY THE -- For Twlw-A-Wn- k -- And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow S m n $aje The Best In The World. & McKINNEY. " t MIOOLEBimS. Tho ccbool at this placo tlcspllo tho Inclement wciilber and McKlnley prosperity. 3T Ltollai&T,xxa day" M STrldLav Michel Taylor nnd Bunt. Lay havo YJT.A.II IN ADVANCK put telephones In their house nnd Dr. PJCIt Wesley will put ono In In n fovr day-Mrinisa.eo win t charted. There Is omo talk of putting In a switch board at this place. Wo aro Kind to say that tho Liberty Ali correspondent Is tntitnkon. Middle burg's deputy postmaster, who attends time to tho otllco at this place, Isadcmocrnt, and whllo ho Is only deputy In namo,ho IlANMF.tlS Or' TIIK UUJ1'. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Is P. M. In reality. Tho greatest danger from La Grlppo It Is no cusy matter (or tho iNTEHIOlt Is of Its resulting In pneumonia. If No. ArrrlTM.t Stanford at 0 A. M. a. M. i No. 4 Ibarra Minium at Jol'KNAL. readers at this place to got reasonable care Is used, howovcr, and PAT.. J.O. 21 Arrltt at llowland tt 11 l SO r. h. used to tho "oddity" of receiving their Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, Inavea Stanford t No paper a day lato. In fact wo have re- all danger will bo avoided. Among ceived tho "old rcllablo" for bo long on tho tons of thousands who havo used KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Tuesdays and Fridays that It Is hard this remedy for la grlppo wo havo yet I2 ST p m Ko. 34 Train going North . to learn of aslnglo caeo having result.. 2 II a in "to get onto the now way." " " " NO.M " South . ..Itlk in Thcro aro something llko half a bun ed in pneumonia which shows concluNo. IS " .. Jlpl NO.U " dred young ladles nnd gentlemen of sively that this remedy Is a certain CRAB ORCHARD D1ST. NO 2 For allirolnli. Casey In the various colleges and WlltTK. preventive of that dangerous dlscare. WILD. JlttO'lOH TICKETS of the State Duko and Steu- It will euro la grlppo In less time than Adam, Jno 1". 50 acre .. 220 HAOdAOK ClltCRKD TIlllOUCJil. o ben Godboy havo entered Centre any other treatment. It Is pleasant Andrqw, Suasn Hm (X. H.) 22 acres 60 For tor Information enquire ol slnco our last letter. Albert Keen' and safe to take. For sale by Crnlg is liachingvr, IjtndinlaurO acres 1.75 JOK S. K1CE, Agent, SUnford, Kr. oy haB resigned bis position as saleslllsml, Ben L (N It ) 71 acres M Uockcr, Stanford. man for Tanner Dros., at McKInnoy, to Brovui, Jno J. (X. It.) 170 acres... 3M RAW K FORT AND CINCINNATI. obeTho word buxom formerly meant ,f 4 53 accept a mora lucratlvo position In the Ilucliinsn, Mlis LiIIIms 50 acres dient. How odd tho commandment in Carson, G. W 5 acres..,, 4.45 , store of Michel Taylor at this place. Frankfort at T a. m. and 8 Mr. Train. lear. onnfcllDS at Georgetown with H A (i and reach-ta- f I3ro. B. wo admlro your courage to its old form founds to ourmodern cars: Cook, Marr A, 20 acres I'arla at 6 W A. M and 8 10 r. x. Lear. I'arla .connecting at (jeorge. speak out, but sorry that jou commit "Children bo buxom to your parents." Davis, Martha 1 lot 4..10 r. .GO at VlJ A. M and town with Q A C. and reaching 1 rank fort at 0.15 yourself so unequivocally against InterBarnum Js Bailey announce that their Dclaney, Mrs. Kate 53 acrrs .05 A. . and7 .0 rs--pn mn. A. O. P. A. nal improvements, and hope that you show will not return to tho United Do anoy, Wni.S. (N. It ) 50 acres., 170 1 10 aro more enlightened on tho subject States, but will romalu permanently In DrchoU'e, Geo. 1 let QUEEN & CRESCENT. after having read tho Liberty corro- - England. Tho firm will bo converted lMnrd. T I) (K R) 500 acres , Train, pu Junction city as follows: spendenco in last week's I. J. Bro. B. Into a limited liability company, with n 3 12 bilance No.iSouth.iJpm Ko.JNorthiitpra has taken tho pains to Interview tho capital of $2,000,000. .1112 Hinim.JoliiiMin I) 100 acres is4pra citizens of tho Grovo vicinity and find 7,31 Hampton, J T. 75 acres .nnm " " No.s TIIK DEADLY itllt .S03pin "10 " " Ho. 800tn them unalterably opposed to tho 2.75 ... n.,. Iiagali throat In thelanil. The air you brrallie Hulcbmon, W C. 1 acre ...i ,., Don't full ot "bridge." Poor fellows ! Yes wo are mar Ik or you lu Utal genus' tlMr to nrgled lue Jnnc-- i, Mrs. L". W 1 lot ther than Junction City I'oeumonl. will oiien tlia "llrlii" SO still In favor of a brldgo at Liberty lt urt ln King, Win 2 acres and conunipllonaniilntllelrath ilh fetrr, lie.Jache. 1 15 also two at this place and ono across are chill.UtacharKra from the ume,dull barf rvlus Martin, Geo. (X 11 ) 50 acres Mira throat antl mucous ) cough lain't watte rrrrluu. time Xallor, John Gacreo., Indian creek for the benefit of our es. 2 75 Irratiiiethiirouxh wllh troche., Lbleti or poor, GO teemed Indlun creek quill driver. cheap .jruiK cure tt at once with I'r kin. Xoaks, Mm r.lizabeth 50 ucrw Ik . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Wtntm k? avretl 1ETOJ an Colored Kkciiuith Tho war department has wired Lieut, W.T. Johnston, recruiting olllccr nt Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored applicants for cavalry nnd Infantry service, sending tho former to Fort Grant, Arizona, and tho latter to Fmt Douglas, Salt Lako City. This Is an excellent opportunity for young colored men to get Into tho regular army. Hccrults for wblto Infantry and cavalry regiments aro also wanted. .Apply to Llout. W. T. John ston, Main St., Lexington, Ky. 1 Jones, William town lot - 3.70 4 45 Lackey, Will town lot Langfnnl, Mlnnlo 1 acre Lift Logan, Mary 1'--' seres 70 1.05 MoAllster, Joe town lot Mlddletiin, Tom town tot 2.70 3 30 Middlelon, Geo. town lot 2 20 Montgomery, John 1 aero Montgomery, Hannah 3 acrrs 25 .1.00 Myers, Jcm town lot 3 23 Oftslry, Llule town lot '.Iirl Sandidgc, John 3 acres Smith, Rout 1 acre 00 Stowart, llarrluin 10 acres ..2 70 2.25 William, Alice 3 sere 85 Woods, Shelby (N It) 4 acres Hays, William J sere 2.20 Hayilcn, Tim town lot - 2.70 Hickman, Monroe 1U acres 2.75 Stanford, Dlx River A Garrard Co.. Turnpike Co., (5 miles) 2I.M Stanford Cut-nTurnpike Co. 0.12 (2 miles) i il JOHN II. MILLER candidate for the, Legl.trtturp, subject to the action ot tho democratic party. In ti aiMM candidacy for to the- oflleo of Itenreaentsllre frtim the count ile- of Lincoln, aulijii't to llio action of the rrocracy Announce lil HON. M. P. NORTH W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S Lancaster, Ky. Tcoth Extracted Without Painl! With Vltalltrd Air. l'hj. Irian In attendance. Oftlco In the New Tlxiniwin llnllillng. 7S Tht Dlrtct Lin. Frea Claclnnitl Via Dayton, Lima to ledo, Detroit, To- DR. W. L. LOirVDER, PHYSICIAII AND C&UQQIST, Michigan And Canada. 3tr.lm.tffT wprkl.t, 1 train, onCiin.l.r lnllnn anl Uanrr lrrr. on nihl train. Vf.ill.ulr.1 arin iuf trains IVJ9K.INNISY, - KlCNTUCKY. Compoundiol Day or iwi-bMfliit 1 l'roerlithini Carefully Ciiiclimntl To Chicago. NOTICE TO FEBMERS. 1 train. eT.rr wrtail.r S train, nn HuiKl.f, train. I'ullniaii ManJ.nl .nl tninirtin.iit Wrrpln. IMnlinO.r Cr., rtll.ll r.rlif.r.n.l.f Col-leg- havu on hand and for ln Cincinnati To Indianapolis. Iraln. e.rrjr vrtiilar FORTY BROKE MULES. Will cll from ono In a LI7XIIY, (SO) car-loa- t tr.h.on 4imlir- - d FEED A1H3 SALS SrASLE. II. O. I'tlX, Hot 3.13, Danville. Ky Fut Eally 5rTlc0 to KmiHnN City and the Went l"llr I'ullnnaan.l rt'.jn.r Hrrprn. on D.y Tralna. A. 8. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, I'ailor Tan J (I Mamik. J II Ik.iit Ira. tl nrarraISnulh.ru .tent. All, KiiomIIL.T... ! lnin, - Trifflr M.n.j.1 Stanford, Ky. OillMoTar Mcltotiaru' Drue Stora In tha Ow.l.j llnlMlut OSO?EID. Wchavn 'rHMttMl OMLiC I HF PFRCHNAITV .foriiypurwi.-ilrri""' "" I""" from Uf rCI5JllrtLil r nur laml. mil l.rpli RoVal against alum cetrr-ltl-p- Clakenck Coleman. Baking Powder Safeguards the THAT D- -N FOOL DEBOE. Gov Bradley said to tho Georgetown News: the Infallalile reiunljr for brunrhtal It kill, the illva Benin, heal, the lun.--t auU reTeiiit the ilre.d"! afitr rdnu from tho u.al oncy tuck If not ly i'rlcrio rla. ami II.IU cured A lilil botlle free at I'tuny't lru( blure. New troutlra. r I' Kentucky shown opposite the names, tho J. II Dw.ler. HUSTOXVIi.I.U DIST XO. I. oiiici:iw OL'ft ACCOUNT KX AGO Bit ATLD. property, or no much thereof us may bo Tho Favorite Lino Otter, 1,1, ...rel,,, to tha .,,. WlllTK ofr.t I . n Pre.ld.-iil- ; 11 Shank. and Caiwy tuuntln rull iUxk olloibii.an.l neccsstry to pay said taxes. This list 2" 50 I'luhlcr, tt.alwar.on baud. Danmlli:, Fob. II. I beg to cor- will bo published once a week for four Coiupton, Ike 2 ncrw J. II. I). B. Carpentr, Uanajier, M HrUht, AmI Ca.l.ler i Curti., P. A. 105 wcres In rect u statement In our 3 30 weeks and tho names will d'sappvnr as to tho tiro In Culdvvoll Collegu. 3 23 paid. Cost Daugherty, Xatlmu Hrs, 28 acres soon as the tax and cost are 1st. Thero was nothing mysterious Ditvls. Emily 1 acru 217 of advertising II SO Timo and space about the origin, it vvus caused by 1 t'O Duncan, Thot 0 acres anothpublishing nl forbid us from ltl, I alia llrtn h m d JVe aro In tlio triiilu 'D wrtst Aij: workmen thuvvlng out frozen pipes. Haley, Divo5"i acres 2.25 iitlirK"od Coala Alwi lluj, Onl er list will appear in four weeks. blilixturr, I'liiur, Ac Uu ulxi imn.ii.. 11. 1. i1c!AlmjflK CURE -- d. Thero wuru no children fu Ilatica. 11 A (X 11.) Hot tho 3.30 u unci Hand. HvmimlH'r mu titku I arm Trains Morning and, Bvcnlug from SrANF01tl)T)IST..NO. 1. I'm. building where tho tltu was. They wero lltl.tnn, Tube 14 acre....... ,,., 6 75 I'r.uiiipt ilfllvcrr and iIuculiioicliuiKu. .Station, 10th and Broadway. WIIITK In tho class rooms, a tare dUtauco frutu altfiilUiu to Mil urdora. Onico ami antic. McAfto, I) A (Gdn.) 12 acrtm 4.13 linn I., ft i IKKI J I ll'Bllllllu All 41. $ II 80 Null, Samuel 180 ncre...v all danger and the the wan nearly ex- Oooluy, Dan town lot 2.00 I'KltltIN A, ... 0.70 l'rcaton, V. G. 8 acre Patenera desiring Information and tinguished before thoy knew thoro was Kagaluy, Valentino 121 acres- : 185 ." iW" iu"y N"W'IC Jluclilm, ' raleii to isconsiii, Minnesota. Nebraska any. I'nrU ami Attacliiiiinita und do ull kind. f CO Itlirnev. linnliun It' nrn-7A Huslvtt Jns. HI acrid and points in the far West, Including Cal00 3 80 3d. Tho children did not como near Klrkpalrick, Mrs. Kate 2J ucre. 23 acru 2.45, ifornia, should address 1 acru freelngatall. They wora not exposed In McGurvoy, Put it Roy Hrs. J50 acres 1 15 217j 2.05 VauglitA liiicliftiinii W ucrca.. ...... 1,15 an) way except as a fuw exposed them- Melton, Jas 1 ntro Agt , Frank J. Reed, Gen. 'J 35 K. II. Ilacon, Dis. Pass. Agl, selves to sco where tho (Iro was. School Mtsser, Slou ljucrt I IIUBTONVIM.K UlLOIICH. SO wus not Interrupted over 25 or 30 min- Miller, Mason A. William 5 acres & Gen. Mgr AmlcrauD, Is.nc I ii(rc W. II McDoel, 1,751 TIIK 45 Charles If. Rockwoll Traffic Mgr. utes und everything a as then moving Moore. Mrs Josio 2 acres , llrlglit, win, li acre 3 CO 1. .CO on us usual. Okeof. Mike (N It ) 1 aire C. Lly. J. 1 lot 0.05 1.40 Drown. Hawk Phillips, Cela 5 acres 60 YEARS Drown, IM 1 aciu Uncle 2,17 Til K HA VAD Lrj OK lltll'. bTANOKII COMRKD. EXPERIENCE Thtt uiuleru aooure, the (trip, uUout tha air Oeo. 50 acre. 4.45 On a cough euro which l clo.o by, lo CO Carpenter. with It. f.t.l genu., ao thatuu Luiue laaafefruiu Hall, Kddle 3 acres I'K.tEMATKH (Tlnvil. Jnu 'J arri'a o if ll. r.lao.. but uiufllltile. have fouuJ a .ure i.ro. 2.45 teuton aiatiuttbl.Uaiiivroui malady lu Pr Klug'a lllafcoley, William town lot 2!27,Mnd 'oro,le wlilchjouuiily think Ugoutl EIGHT Glvens, DaTldiouO acrta GREAT ew piorery When you fori a ritieMlu your liurdelt.J im town lot STATES !M ouiie. .1144 uiiiHiH, uaie oiim auu icvcr, witn aore 2,17 Our White I'lno and Tar Cough Cure Kentucky. .... 'J.'Si Qivuiu, AUatu 7 acres llirojl. iial la the Lack of the bej.1. iatarrh.1 Ileucher, Tilda tuwu lot Tennce. Virginia. OeorcU Oooth, Davison lira. 40 acres- 90 .yiuiMuiu. aua a .luuuoru tuin you may kuow hortb und buutb Uurulluu, ,..- - 2 15 Is a positive cure It Is composed of pure ou bare lU. (.rip, and that you UrrU llr Klng'a Prlggs, Rmllytown lot Glvens, AnJer.on '' acres Alabama, MU.taslpd. 2.17 Sew UUvtery It will promptly cure tha wont, Carson, Hcadly town lot ,.m .!!() Tradc Marks ouugUutal IhaiulUiueilbieuitc.iiM, kill thedlwaMi DctlQNS Johiibun, llcory Sucre. 2.75 and harmless drugs whkh get at the very ..- - 2.10 Hrs. tuwn lot genu, and jireteut the ilrijull afitr itlott. of Cook, Millie Copyrights Ac. Morolaiul, ltobt. 5 atria 2.60 scat of (lie trouble aud eUTect u cure by Ihenialady lrlc Mila. andfl Money tutk If description ..- - 3 30 Anrona Mndlng a .ketch and fro whethermar not turea A lllil bottle five at IVuu)'. Urug Chtlslopher, Al towu bt an rtalii our ovlmou Morton, Auniu 2 acres 1,10 doleklr ..- - 1.15 Comruunl". blore. lQ,.ntlon l.prubaklrialntabli. Crow, Ann 200 acres Iletweeu the. organs aflected Into a thoruur ihetfoutli 1 tiuuaairletlipunSdnituJ. liandbaoa on rileull lot 3.28 putting all ... 3.75 Powell, lien . (or aeiunnitalenl.. Kmbry, Hull town lot ml free. UMe.1 aiiency muuu a Uh leuuira ki:d hot iiu)mtiii: i.in Handltlge, Tom 2 acres 3,75 oughly healthy condition. (tenia taxen thr uun Jt does not ..- - 1.10 Wat the ball that Lit (I II. bUiJuuu, ot New ajKtUl nutlca, without charge. In the Gibson, Murlab towu lot Turner, Charles 1 acre 2.17 DAILY TUAINH ark, Midi, lu Ilia Cltll War, It rauwd korriUa Givens, Anthouy Hrs town lot. .... 2.25 stifle, but kills the ailment. I'rlco '.'5(i 1 acre 1.00 ulivr. that u truatiueut utlped for M ye.n. 'Ihrn Oooch, Frauk town lot Each way betwevu Louisville and .... 2.75 Welch, Jarnea l.slnKtuH clr A haudsomalr Ulu.tratol weekly. lanaet BJ per bottle. Mo'eland A Carpenter's ritallon lluctltu'a Aiulra balra luroJ him fuio Cut., 1 .run, ..- - 3 30 culatlun (it any .domino lourual. Mwwlulera.a W, A. TUItIC, a, I' A . DtulM., llurui, llollf, Irloui, Uurn. fcklu Lruju Goocb, William 00 acres eeri lour mouth.. I L BoWbyall Turnpike Co., (4 miles) 11,40 Washington, I). O. ... 1.40 lloa. liust I'll, euro ou irth S eta, a boi, Cure Harris, ltobt " a res W. II, TAYLOE. A 0 V A B. M. 0WBN3, Sheriff. (uaranloui, bold by IVuuy, Drulit, .... 3,25 James, Henry tuwu lot "Jilicb Uli. OH V Bt, Wahlu.tuti. V.C. Loularlllv, I never had a desire to bo a United OR TRADE. Slates Senator but ouce, and that has Made from pure been in the past month. I would like "plendM frm of Soullm.l K.n... cream of tartar. Ml.illMlMm lb. Mliurl FIRST NATIONAL BANK (oodfariulnicrwintrrJlarmln line Well brale.) to bo a Senator for just .10 days and thlikl, vtile.1 Hill mi show tho administration that there was oaea.r lerm.or lr..le t fjtiu In t entral K OPbTAMUItll, KY tork,. (nrll.'""i to M.ti dia.rrn in a one food openrcpnbllcan who was not afraid to trade (:)a I Adlrru Ikii i. Mn(,nl, k, Etirplat, 117 3:0 C.J.1U1 SUck J100.0M. his mouth. I am opposed to tho way the United States Senators aro AN HONEST MEDICINE KOH LA aUU'PE Attention of th. pul.llc I. r.llcd to lb. fact thai thl.U tnaoulr .S.lloii.l Hank tn htanford Un chosen. Tho people have no voice Id Hank Act Georgo Waltt of South Gardiner, or tha prutl.lon. ot tha Nationalcapital .lock, ilrpftaltort arwcurvl notonl, br Ih the matter, but It seems tho placo Is Me., says: "I havo had the worst C. Alum baiting powders are the greatest but by th. .lorkhotilrr.' llahlllt, lor au anifaunt sold to tho highest bidder. There's menacers to health of the present day. und havo rinaltn tb.tock u thai uVwalior. ofthl.lnitllu. cough, cold, chills and crip to, br a fund of fJto.Oi'O r If a twun. tlon ann Quay; he's trjlng tho game, and I see .tat.nifnlaof tba mndltlonot tba Itank aria.U taken lots of trash of no account but nam aiUiNa Kwsca ea, tw voex. whero the committee to invcstlgato the profit to nuh ,Mr to tba Unllr.1 Statra (lorrrniurnt and ll The tho vendor. Chamberlain's WAYXE3MJRO DIST. XO. 3 alatinl tlmt. byxuitiumrul aMcUareriauttni-la- t election of Mark Banna In Ohio, has Cough Itemedy is tho oflly thing that acnU, thu. tMKrurlaKaJdItluiial and rlrrt aAlla WHITE to .1. iHrtllurrk decided not to report. Thl. Inatltutlon oriflnall, nlabllibMl at tha I 1 20 Stanford, Kv., has done any good whatever. I have Acton, J.u A 00 acres But Deboo Whenever I think about used ono pu.lt llank ol SUntirJ In ISM, th.n rr.in.nlid u bottle and tho chills, llsl., K.irloy Hrs 178 acres- 3.50 tba National Hank oftitanlonl In IWJ and.faia D SIMPSON, I'ror . MRS. U. him it reminds me of tho story of a Ftnt National Hanknf Stanford Im Receiving hit cold and grip have nil left me. I And lllatm, Hen L. (X. It.) 71 acres - 1 75 rwn.nliMla.tb pnctirall, an unlnu rruplnt al.t In Im2, ha. had A mother encr for as yrar. It I. better .uppllrit now wit", I.ancaster, : Kentucky. able andand her foolish fon: one fashiontho manufacturers of an Dressier, W. A. 10 acres 215 t.cilllira for tranurtUir bu.lniM pruiuptlr anj lib Caoodn. wealthy lady of of our honest medicine" For sale by Craig HrocV.G A. 3J acres 2 75 .rail, than .far before In ll. Inng and bonoraolt Newly furnished; clean beds; eplendsd Kentucky towns had a foolish son. His Camden, Mrs. S A. CO acres Everything Porters name was John, and his mother was & Hooker, Stanford. . - 2.23 rarrer ArriMinl. of Individual.. flduclaiir..&rm. Goods Warranted. table. aLdladltldualiaollcttrd. -. 89 Clilpniau, Mrs M. K. (X It.) 150 meet all trains. claiCToil. Fit Guaranteed., unceasing in her efforts to make tho Attorney John J. Cornelison, the J. VV. Harden. Stanford acres- 1.00 P IUI.I, Lincoln Co.j H II lltucbui.n. best out or the boy ana upon tho same lawy-- r who horsewhipped Judgu Rich Crane S.T. Ilarrta. " Give Him a Call. 1 8.1 Hczekiah 10 acres J 8 llneker. T I II III, time Impress upon him ho bad no sense. ard Held at Ml. Sterling 15 years ago, VV A Trll.1.1.. W I' Walton " 1 20 OriMler, J G S7 acres J It Colller.Cr.li Orrh'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Vtrnoo Ono night there w as to be a big party because, us judgo of tho bujiorlor court 2.75 M , O.Lluiore, Hlanford. given and John was incited. Ills moth of Kentucky, Held hud rendered u de- DumriMTuv, J. A III acrei o.riCBR., W D 07 Here 3 55 his Dje, nicely and ho adversu to Correllsou, J.'S. lloektr, 1're.l lent, J.J Mrltob.rlaCa.nl. JL 1 20 A er dressed him had just beenlooked as cision in Lexington Tuesdaydied atapo Bubniiks, Lvaeli I'rs. 10'J scrrn a a ;vcNinn.r At.i.uuiti.iiler of brought homo neat as if ho E P (X It ) 100 acres . - 4.55 from a band box. "Now Johnny," she plexy. Cornollson served three juurs Faulkner. Tilt: 2 01) Fnticr. Ilobt. 15 seres said, "you am to make your entry In in jail as punishment for tho olTunse. Grltllth, W.D. (X It.) ISO acres 5.15 society and in doing so I want Jeckiey.J (X It ) 10 arrcs 120 Lincoln County you to say just as llttlo as possible; In Kemper, lilwln W. (X It) 100 acres 2 35 fact, don't talk at all if jou can prevent National Bank. 1 '.'0 I.cach.J.s Hrs iO Herts It " Johnny and his mother went to Leach, O. C (X. R ) 52 acres OF UUOOKI.VN. . - .S5 Capital Mock, !l..i0. tho party, and whllo every one were Loach, W A. 125 acres 3 00 ; enjoying themselves Johnny stood close lUnlv A TruU Cninjaiiij llCmur loTtif Fariurr Link, Mrs Mary 20 acres 70 ma uixur miii uiaiiucriuwni to his mother. Finally ono fellow camo ornly fur 7V rn. Caledonian : Moore, Mrs. A H (X R ) 2S acres.. 2.30 up, tapped him on tho shoulder and Xitlmls & Ilubliilt 1 acre CO Hniri: .Inrinn ,1, thla la fi hivhII ,....,,. n.irt.v'' .. Co., ..- - ............. w hcotlaud. Rector, Thoi. 35 acres 2 50 And Dealer in Johnny didn't say anything. Tho felItowland, O A. 45 cares KOUNDICU 1HOB.; 210 HA1UTE3S, SADDLERY, &C. low camo up und tapped Johnny again Snow, It. S. (X. R)5 acres 50 and said: "I my Johnny, this isu grand 1 20 Snow, W. It (X It.) 53 acres lloplii)urli bii.luiw. relation. wfli;proa inulual KY. STANFORD. party." Johnny didn't suy a word. Tho Ijr IwuertrUl aud Iriu.nl Tubhe, David (X It.) 125 acres 2 85 fallow then talked around In front of Monday. Mar. 13, 1899. WTANKHSU, KY Wheeler, J W. (.X It ) 127 ncrcs... . 3 45 lllllKUlllltS him and said: "Johnny, you nro a d n 2 30 J.J VMlllama. llctween the hourtj of i' A Ji. and I l. tt , While, It. L (X It) 75 acres fool!" Johnny turned to his mother J. 6 (i.ler, hr., Wood, J. 11,21 acres 1.00 In .Stanford, Linund tuld: "Now mother, ou seo there, nt the court houe door rilllaiii (,o.li 2 75 A W. C.ri nt. r. coln tounty, Ky., I will cxjioce to tho Wright, Jesse J 15 acres that fellow discovered I was a d n vv. II .INiiiiiuIn baud to pay the Sing'eton. O. Hrs 103 acres 2 27 J. li Lvnn. fool und I hadn't said a word," And highest bidder for cash in c))tiMia''wtf'Hfrrattmut''i',Y(tir7' K. II, Miaul. Unilortnlcor, 2 27 Taxes for the years Welland, Joseph 100 aons Stnto and County J I'.Ui.h, 60 It is with the pcoplo by Duboe. Hustonville, following During 1893, 3,000,000 barrels more malt liquors were sold In t.ie U. S. than In 1&97. The B. & O. has put on sleeping cars on its lines, which charge only St a night for a berth. A Columbus, O., woman gave birth o triplets, ono each day for three dajs. of I 76 Owsley, Wesley ) acre Itoblnson, Mrs. Lllxabetti 13 acres... 1 20 Rogcr, tr Sarah acre 30 Smith, Mrs. Joe 130 acres 150 Stephens, J. 11. 1 lot j 4 02 1 15 Stigall.Jno (X. It.) It acres. 5 70 Chapell, Thos Hrs SO;) acrrs CAB OllCIIAIII) COLORED. Ililford, Julia 30 acres 33 Curtis, Wm U acrrs- 1.15 i ciancy, iiunry n acres Guest, Uell 1 icre - 1.10 Holmes, Alex Hrs Lucre 30 Rice, Peter 1 acre 1.00 Rice, Vary 1 aero 30 Lancaster A Crab Orchard Tump ke (5J miles) 60.10 .. BilintiiUtrntnr of t) t Abraham. di- I will aell. al lit. lain rflilciicr of Crali Orrhanl. nn Tllt'KSDAV. MAU ?nd. XhVK tlm following I tilcn voting mars la foil or lack timtrtr ("imhI linrnvw liorM', mulii Colt, 1 rihhI milk cow, 5 .IiokU. 0 .land Un, 3 straw ricks, 2 clover mihI alack., I wln-u-t drill. I Ilci'rlnff tnowvr. liar rakn, hoc turn ing plow, ("ihxI liarrow, Mnr-l- plow, 1 corn alivllrr, Mtwlne maclilno. 700 linck ftxlilcr. ISO ImrrvU corn. .lorn anil oIIiit Term nrtlcliii li tiillou. tn inciitlnn on day of Mir II A I'l.KASANT.-i- . Adinr. ri'nrl, 1 A im ,i.w iniTillHl 11 trv.i..liiKrntliMM und.r wnally of H 1,1 RUCII CRM" thmi mllm' Wit J J J 8.11 IIAfdIIMVN, W II A IHI K. K. rATTKIt-iON- . AN. T I) A JI M 1 A. II. f HANKS, K I.YN.N H AM Hltx 1 1 !. MCKINNKY 1KI.A.M) J V J V Ni:wi.AM. I'KN'UK, IIAltlllMW , llltL'l OltlMK.--K HK K. M WAIt OWShKY, 1 1 FARM FOR SALE H. RUPLEY, Merchant Tailor, Fall Mason Hotel first-claw 1 Vinter - J.C.JvlcCL)Ay B FIRE INSURANCE t, SHERIFFS SALL Insurance Company Insurance PHBNIX of UiTDSETAKBE! FOR TAXES. State & County. Solicits Your Bank Account, R.B.MAKONY.Agt, CfflMIMni . J. r. suTTowr, M LOXJISVILIsE acr ().!. VV .,,. ic-ga- CHICAGO. Un-io- NOTICE. ,jtil cr 1, Totabj.C. Trico,-fMitclit- Pa. Soutfiem Railway Vlce-Pre- s. Don't Turn Vour south's eiiiTBsr mm. ilSEES Sckntific jfmericait (NNiUCo.3""''NwYQrk Through Sleeping Cars TIIKi:i: ffffi i Penny'sDrug Store. Ky