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OFTHEVKMGE. l A, aged t "D. Ituchitnnn dead atHlchmond, AHSOLUTHLYNO DANGKIt pub-lihc- 000000000000000000300000000000000000o personally superintended tho fumigation and disinfection of the iNTKltloit tho JoL'itKAt. rooms, tho Infected one, hall (uggentf, would It not a gnoil Idea to and adj ictfit room, and pronounce pohllfth It In your nux' Iuh? Your that there ) alsolutely no danger from Wist. Tbniiku. iJndly, ronluglnn In ihcm or from paper or VkV H.WRN, IVb. is. I80 In 170(1 other mall matter cnt from thu olllco. I heard tho farmer ref. rred to narralo J. F Peyton, In Order to Mnko Ilonm for Spring Styln. tho following liiultleul Said he: When Msmber Hoard of Health. III tho llrltMi Iroop held poelon of with Win Horn, Cluli A N'ew York and tho American army lay r. DANVILLE. dun president, was organliwl at near Wet 1'olut, ono Hn morning ut Dr. Ucndeixin, of Chicago, occupied minrinu I wunt forth to bring' homo Tho L. AN. earning, for tho 2id l, thu pulpit of thu 1M Presbyterian th row. On p iing a diiinp of week In Kolimary rhow u falling off I h"nrd a inoafilmr omid like a churci Sunday. from ihu same week of lut jeur of P"ron In illflrrr..; 1in niiirlng tho Hoot W. U. Scott ha been given tho connearly 1100,000 I heard tiff word of a inun at prayer, tract for the plan and Kpccltlcatlon Albert N McClure, who graduated et I listened behind a tree. The man came for remodeling tho court-houweek, has been nudge- That's His IluIncM ' Wet I'oint last Telegrams wero received by relative &eat fOL W F SllhHIDAN cd to duty with n regimental Manllu. hero announcing tho death of G. P, He I from Casey county. Tno liutidoiii.., m,i .,. mill rHp.ilile Proctor, of Springfield, Mo Mrs. Mary nay that Mr. Sol train illsimuMier TUB AdvocateI Hoglo, of W F .Sheridan, St. Louis, and Col. William, That's Her Hinlncss I Frankol, of the tlrm of J. I.. Frohman ha Ik'imi innn i to ilixpttchcr on tho (of llloomlngton, HI., who wa tho fath- to A: Co., will mora to Lawrcnccburg Henderson ilnulon of the I. A: N' , or of Mr. Fayette Dunlap. Mr. Dun- take charco of tholrbranch storu there with oIIIch nt I i ip loft at once to bo present at hi The heavy d wan A company of State guards coal business of that iIivImoii an 1 It funeral. In at Wllllumsburg with J. K. feeder mike Urn Job a vtirv cnmpllra-tr- d Many beautiful palm wero Injured Geonro Glllls. Urst Wutklns. captain; one and thu company knew It hadand bdino killed by the severe cold A Stylish Hat, Tasty NecSwcar, Good Shoes nnd a Nice New Tallor-Madsecond Suit I lieutenant and Kit Loforce, n't a honor tntti In It employ fur It weather. It seem remarkable that lieutenant. Kverylxuly on thl division ri'trn-l- f tho any plants escaped. Many of tho needy Judiro Tony, of Louisville, overruled dnp.irturo of tho Jolly nnil t'lcvr rlmf, colored eoplo wore kept from freezing 2 McDowull, a motion Ui pay Judiro C. It. Hy wlilla rejoining In hi promotion by keeping tire in tho colored church-c- j, No. 136. DANVILLE, KY. Danville, u feo of i.f0 In miiiio the change- Mr. L. M. Westerlleld, forth; It wa fiennirn Washington, the of money for luol being furnished by I n.t in America. cane, be- who I one of Iho most careful ami com- enpialn of the building nnil loan aodallon tho charity fund. wo a member of tho Socause hu ald that McDowell wa a petent dispatcher on tho rotrf, I ad- Thl farmer ciety of Friends, who, being nppoed to Onu of the most elegant receptions of A With a vory largo nnd select stock and vanced to chief and hi fr'eud Josewar on any prru-x- i were lukewarm, thl winter was iven by MI Kato Fox. daughter of It. I. at hi L'ood fortunn. Ml p, to tho caue phine Held Friday evening lu honor of ul- and In noin.- cii-- e oi Fox, Sr , Iho horseman, committed I of tho country. He was a, Tory, how- - her guest, MissSpenco. Receiving with UNCASTER. cldoby taking tHilaon at ltlchmond. over. Having i.oo n tho general enter Miss tcM wero Mr. Horaco llowman, Wo rnn Wo stand at you In Shoe, for Women. Children and Mon and a eloo She was about 30 years old MU Spcnce, Mr. Jame Held and MI It I liidleved tho top for Quality, Styl, Tit, Ac. You can bay from u. Shoe that are 'indent of sociological question, which been killed but thitltho 'poach m hnvo the camp, ho l to hi own home. Virginia Howman. Delightful refresh solid n low priced as anywhere. that the appk". weto 'Martha," s.iid he to hi wife, "we iu.iii.ri.il in Imvu unbalanced her i. not Injured by the cold map. mtiet nolopHfC thi war any longer ment wero served In courses by Klein, mini of Loulvlllc. The Kentucky CNilonel's sUilnmant of I At Hence Clay county, Iaae Cor- !'ii4tiiiatpr Ward' coal (reeilutr when l'til morning heard the man, George .Mr, win. Lecll ha returned from a Washington, send up a prayer to Heavwounded John Hyrd. Ho Then we keep the highest grades. In fact, the placo to get your hoes. nell seriously Into nd hot U tho blcgi'st ono that has been en for his country and I know It will visit to her daughter, Mrs. Lemuel Our Rent furnishing Ileptrtment U full of good thing In emptied ono barrel of hU shotgun of Louisville. Dr. Henderson, told about tho cold weather. bo heard." Thl friend dwelt between face, and a ho turned and started hi Ktd. Charlc Powell will bgln hi the lintw and sent Washington many of Chicago, i thu guest of Dr. W. C. to run, ho ahot iho other In hU back. work a piriorof the Christian ehurt'h lloms cuniMirniiiL' tho movement of the Hubert. W. W. Wiseman is In MichNewest things In colored Shirts, Dress Shirts. Ntvicwoar Oloves. Hosiery, The diltlculty camo up over Hyrd shoot next Sunday, the pli;odld work of Kid. enemy, which did good service for the igan. Mrs. D. W. Muhan entertained )' man. Trunks nnd Vnllses. Hats nnd Everything to make a Ing ono of Cornell' hoc. at tea in honor of Miss Parker, of HI lot having ceared lat Sunday. cootl otiuxe. From this Incident wo Henry Craig, of Junction City, has Capl. W, .1. Ktnnalrd stopped nt with .Minn iuriiiinii, aim .miss i eiser, oi t' M been appointed cashier In tho freight homo a few days while- - on hi road may infer that Washington Yiio is- Ml tho sun to pray for hi country. Ho Paducuh. Mis Virginia Howman Cincinnati Southern railolllco of the The Leading Shoo and Furnishing House, DANVILLE 5Y. sueu invitation ior Tuesday atternoon XrXv from .Vlddlcslioro to Nanhvlllo whuro fought for her at mvridlan and" ho way to iiiccoed Jacob Keller, who wit In honor of Mis Speneo, tho guest of hu will looavo and lake chargo of a llfo watched for hur In the ilont hour of killed by "Klnir" McNamara. Fred I n u run ro olllcc. Ml Josephine Held. A. H. Robertson night. Donnl. who wa In tho Lexington olThu llc.il court conrnneil Saturday Kvery editor of a newspaper, journal la In Xew York forsprlng good. MUsc City. llco, succeeds him at Junction Ej3v.. - v - - y y - - v v - - - ! of importance wns or magrzino who ha three drop cf Jane and Sarah Cecil will entertain at but no luiplno Thompson, son uf Oarnotl a thu weather has ben too American blood lu hi veins, should luncheon on tho afternoon of tho HJ. In ' ;: Phil H. Thomp.on, Jr., died irausacled ml of honor of MU James, of Tennessee, and mar- cold to locate quiirrle and arrange for publish this anecdote on iho at Washington of pneumonia. Ho Hradley, of Frankfort. Missi working tho roads. wood grows and water Miss February while ried MImi LikIo Young, of Joamlno Tho coal famlnu ha dlrapiHiared and runs. Thl day I enter on my 8stli year. Nancy Huguely returned Saturday visited Mil county, who frequently from a loug and delightful visit in Truly a full supply I on tho maj-keGltANTTllOItllL'UN, Sit. Lucy Tate, now Mr. C. II I'alno, hero. Washington, D. C. R. H. Dunlap, of light aftiU'iton aro but tomK)ra-r- y these She and several children survive. Kansas City, is expected In Danville MIBDLEBURG. and sweet relief follows quickly on Dunn, Jr., tho Infant Henry Wa.ton for tho M. Charles Boldrlck, of Lub-- 1 tho track of each cold wavo. The mercury' lowest reading hern anon, a former Centre student, I with run of Mr and Mr. O- T. Dunn, ha I havo my hat off In ucknowludge- -- ANDwas XI below. Hirds frozo to death, now living two grand mother, two CI mentot thu very hanJsomocompllment clock stopped and tho devil wus lu friend In Danville. Fred McKnlght, grand fathers, ono great grand mother, p.ild of Louisville, lato of tho 4th Kentucky, by that uxuellont paper, the Hlch play generally. six great great uncle, soven great l tho giieat of Nicholas McDowell, Jr. miind Climax, In referring to the cor. HI great uncle, IS great great aunt, Tho Ilaptutal this place aro con.. I.oik at them In our windows and 011 the lncs In our house. Nothing rcpondontH for tho iNTHilloit Jouit-N.f- templating building a parsonage to Mrs. W. H.Thomas is with friends inj unnts aunts, four uncle and three MU Eva Grant, received Louisville. reserved. Will soon need tho room at d need fkho money now. No' Advocate. havo same completed by fall so that Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss an item priced more than Paulino Hlgnuy, mother of W. Jo Duncan wa killed at Mountain O. Mr. th.lr pastor may resldo among the Oliver, of Springfield, III. Miss Genio ' Illgney, ha purchased Mr. S. 1). tlocjc, which I a good Idea. If built, it Hrlght has returned from a delightful Ash at a dance by William Matllngly, Kolhwell' resldenco on York street, stubbed llvo times by ono of will be located jut back of thu Hapllsl visit to friends in Dayton, O. Mr. who wat for $1,100. Mr. and Mr. Hoihwull will tho imrtlclpant. A son wa also cut In movo to Dripping Springs and make church. Thornton, of Indiana, is tho guest of jkf ,J And many 0J1I sizes and Job lots at lets than cost of production. Thu Indlau creels Ink sllnger seems Dr. C. H. Martin. Misses Mary .Vels-c- r the i.tomac.1. AMattlngly attempted that famous wittering place moro atbo In bud strait I. o. since tho cold and Nellie Scott, of Lexington, aro tractive than ever. "religiousTatters. nnp ho can think of nothing to draw guests of MU Ilesslo Dunlap. She On Saturday evening nUiut 7 o'clock that wus never will entertain In their honor Friday F.lderC. F.. Powell will preach hi tho tiro alarm called thu town to J. C. on but u "bridge and nrt perumn at Lancaster Sunday. at Thoinpou'H. It uus ascertained that a thought ofto tho somo fool Ithing he can oveulng. Miss Oliver, of Sprlntrlleld, Gets theso (iixds gues tho III., Is tho guest of MUs F.llza Hunton throw up writer. Tho stove In tho IUpUsi church lump with u defective burner hul exLancaster have been in uo inco in.il. ploded, but tho tlames were subdued urtlulo of "T. II." from Duncvlllc"wlll Caldwell. Mrs. Jerry Caldwoll and a hold him for awhile" and as for what MUs Suslo Fox havo returned from During a 'franclltlcatlon meeting In before any serious damage was done. ho sajs about the charautcrof my news, Martinsville, Ind. Hoiikln county, Miss Dora Drown, fell Messrs. J. K. Itohliisou and J. I. I I can't fee a deud from oxeltement. lost about 10 c.tttlo which caro not In continental. Look at them, you can allord to Keep thiiiu until another winter if Humllton t, any "lib" Nor Classkd. Of courso Y. I. quoting prices of sheep, or Hov. Henry Miller, nynodlcal you don't need thcui now. wcru being shipped from Missouri. ha received n call to a church They frow to death on thu road. They predicting the outlook of croji. When-ove- r Walton In tho I.NTKUioit Jol'knal has wo do send In a communlcat'on, tho best semi weekly in Kentucky. ,ln ltockbrldgo county, Va. also had llvo to freeze in thi county too people can bank on it reliability. Saying that 1 no disparagement of A. I'. Howe, mayor of Fredericks- on thu Thulr loss is estimated ut because Walton's Wo write under tho heading "Middle-burg- " other burg, Vu., won tho prl7.o for not hav- tl.OOO. ' school In nine and don't go to Indian Crook or is away out in a elds by itself. J. M. u Sunday ing uiUi-cgono to WinMr. Stephen Toator ha Democrat. tho new,, of thoo re- Allen in Cyuthlana to years, nllhough ho I SH. chester to accept a position a clerk lu firovo learn Tho Methodist preacher at Atlanta a hotel. Sinclair Hill I sick of erysip- spective localities, if llrer U. get u tillll'S ItAVAIIKS inmimi:ii murli luivrr nnd m nunv ileatli. Vive lsu denounced thu l from tho treasury elas. An Infant son of PiHtmustur W. fresh news item from tho burg (and ho eaUMi liy I "a irip, tbat eirrr uu .bouM knuar g docs) ho send u courier after It. what euilrrful reiunljr for lliU lualiilr I. luund I for tho bonellt of thu Nashville- publish-InT. West I very sick of pneumonia, never The Secoud Session of tho Scholastic Year, 1S9S-9- , In Hr KiiiKa Nrw lMmiirrjr. 'rum i()lre 1k Cl.AliKNCK COMIAIAN. house uud demanded tho resigna- Other who havo boon on tho sick list util.li rn cuugu, lliat tiulaiim four throat, rul uuufUs wrakeo yuur .y.leiu and avea the tion of Harbor and Smith. much Improved. MONDKY, I.IM) IHIUTITIIIN, way fur (vinuiu'llou ! .jultkly - aro generally lusl hy tbe Hov. 1. J. hiwncer preached a stirKdltor Lundrum ha Just received a Is tho forerun hit to couauinitloii. Dr. lujulileM turn. II you lute chill, Inand fever. In tbe Uuk ol the head, aorrnoui liu and ForCourie of Study, Terms of A (mission, e , send for Cataloguo or call at the Loxlugton on thu recent new and splendid Job press. Hy tho Hell' will cure It. ami laln rfng surmon at re throat and that rouh that nrli our luuH'ln C)lego on glvu such strength to tho lunpi cowardly murder ol Jacou neiior oy way, hi urtlulo on Joafers I replcto or a cold will not Mttlo therv. Unit a riu;li thivsit lUit a ir. youmssl lr. Kluit'ae' Ula. I Twenty Uvo iny HiureyourWrl,ud frcinil l'nrumonla MKS NANNIK 8. S.VUFLUV. Lady 1'rlnclpal. Planfoid Ky. McNamara, and udvocated u Penny's Drug tUoro. King or Coiuuiiiptlon. IVtre .VI il. and tl, Miney with truth and calls' forth muoli com- ceuta ut back nol mreil. A irui uoiiib ires aiieuuya WILLIAM SIIELTON, PKESIDXSNT. of morul element to crush out ment. Ho olTem u reward for un exA marrlaga at Owonsboru was some- Drug More. m In that city. terminator. I suggest that u llvo wiro what out of iho regulation order. It Tho war department has issued or. NaM)leou Honaparto Marks, ugud 811, bo concealed In I heir chairs, so adjustoccurred two hours after tho brldo had dors for tho muster-ou- t of ull tho vowm baniUed ut hi resldoneu lu Lex ed us to do tho work prt)erly. glvuu birth to a child and a olIceiiian lunteer regiments remaining In tho Uniington Sunday and received Into tho You will pluasu to pardon mo for sub- was tho principal witness, ted States. About 10,000 volunteers Methodist church. Ho I a tailor unu mitting tho following poetic ulTustou, "SI Henry Clay and thu will bo mustered out under this order, ...,i.. ..lrtlui for THE KAULK, KINU Or ALL Ullltl. composed by T. J. Hatcher but it wa Steamer Connections, from Routr, with its rail and ,dAfirl tho army strength to 110,000 other distinguished Kontuoklan of tho and give a true stutumeut of tho sit- I noted for IU keen sight, clear and dl reducingwhom ilO,000 aro In Cuba. Unci vUlou. So ure Hiom, peoons who ue mon, of and Cincinnati . Commoner' day. mm 'mmirw' " ' the North forms uation; Hutherluud' iJigluKyu weak eye, HOWS Tills? to Florida and Hov. F. K. Vatieo, latoof Shelbyvlllo, styes, soro ujesuf auy klud or granulated Oon. Hardin can cat no fat, the shortest line lliU. Hold ut l'ouoy's ui 'ii rents. llcward for any V oil, r Out Hundred IKillaia ma Ky but now of Ohio, wa found guilty Senator CJoebel can cat uo lean, Fast Double Dally points. t (tired by Hall a West India mt of Catarrh that can nut So betwixt thu twuyou nee, of every chargo of Immorality against Cure. Wallauo Halo, of Clovorport, Mo, Catarrh F J. CHKNEY CO., I1 to Jacksonville. Stono will llp in between. Pullman Service through i Vuou .tToledo, O. him. notwithstanding his wlfo plead J. Cheuey We. tha undcnUned. If Capl. Thomas Austin' dream tried to kill hltnsolf whon ho found It orthelaatl.1ear,and hae hhu (wrKstly hou FLORIDA AND HAVANA to forgive him a iho with tho elder The famous CINCINNATI, nocessary to make an assignment. Ho orahbi In all tu.iuM tranucllona and Unauclally hu may expect u had done. As Hror Vanco had lllrted comes true, carry out any vbllgailoiu uada by their service to Florida via the LIMITI-solid vestlbuled , period. Ho dreamed that bo Is kuown as "Honest Wallace" and ho ablsto with a girl and mado lovo to hor, It feared tho nooplo uilght think it a Southern Railway, and Win A Tutur, Wholeuda Vruul.U, Toledo, ). Sawas taken to perdition. Queen & Crescent, Wailiu,KlMAN 4 Mam IN, Wholtaala look llko tho preacher might forgive dlod and 'loUdo, Ohio. tan was on thu throno and tho demons direct steamship com. -M F.C. & P. Railway makes him, If hU wlfo could. Ilall'a Calarib I ure I. taktu lutrrually, aclloi high carnival. After OUUOIIEU 23 VKAUS. directly iiisiu th blood aud niutvu aurfatea of the Iu an addre to tho Y. M. .C. A. at were holding Tampa (West Coast) for necUon on arrival at Miami (East Coast) or at ryateui. iSrloo 73c lr bottlu. bold by all with a cough, I suffered -- J year Tesl'nioulals Insi Henderson, Hlshup Dudley said: "I awhllo u loud knock was heard and tho pent hundreds of dollar with doctor uud uud llall't 1'auilly 1'illa ar the beat I numo of Senator Uoobel was announc- for uiedleliio Ui uo avail uutll I worst tho Dr. hold that tho saloon Key West, Havana, Nassau, Santiago, San Juas, I'liiU'Tur-llouvcommo-tlu- n Hell's Thl remedy UKD HOT l'lMfil THU UL'N of our clvlllrutlon and I doing ed. Thcro was considerable makes weua lung uroug. it uus saveu my when tho dovll vacated tho throno Waa th ball that lilt (I II. SieaJuiau, of New. and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to moro to dogrado our young mou than II. Kosvli. Uruuuhurg. 111. llfo- .rl. Mkh.. iDlhaClill War. It caiued hoirlbht New Orleans. Free books and Information by addressing, anything else. May bo tho Y. M. O. A. and asked thu Senator to take tho seat. for W yeara. Tbtu uo tieatueut helisl usked Satau why he Hubert Howard, u Chicago Negro Ulrer. thatAruUa Sain eured bliu. Cure CuU, I will somo day put something In tho When tho demons HucMeu'a w. a, Hernia, N. .., in aoaMS stkiit, CHieaao, lit.. o . Inw, c, (UNcanaoN. ochl did so, ho sighed und said: "Ho will bung for murder, was chewing vigor llrulaea, llurot, Holla, Feloua, Corua, bklu Krup. I aotNT. Cincinnati, o place of tho saloon. Tho saloon some- havo mo counted out nnd I had as well ously on a plecoof gum, whoa tho black tloui. Heat 111a cure vu earth. S3ita.aU CuraJ f, s.a4Mtta.lW.C.IUai.a,MM'UliMUiaUUJ1-Ua4a4aUTU."ajaevitable and will remain until UWMU4 U tfu Switf guaranteol. Sold by IVuuy, UrvmUt. cap hid his mouth from vlow. surreudcr now." thing lake tho placo ol it." a'wuy hack In iho VW, I found following letter, nnil n tho writer 1 A snake tin eo foet long was killed at Hichmond last week. Tom Callon, confined nt MldUletboro (or murder, escaped. Hamilton College's graduating eli t will numlxjr lt lliU year. Judge H. K. Williams, father of Mr Fayolto Dnnlnp, died at Hlooinlngton, Ill HTUNVlM.il, Feb IS -- In looking over somo Millennial Harbinger SAYHTIir.HOAIIIlOPIIKAt.tll. d I Wall Paper AT COST. : m Lan-rante- W. B. McROBBRTS. brush-wihH- -- oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo sas se WHEN A MAN IS IN LOVE, WHEN A t, 1 i J LADY IS IN LOVE. iniif-tcrc- When He Contemplates Matrimony It's Our Business to Sell Him a Fine Suit, New Line Underwear, Shirts, e CtSf9 -wi-n- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone f ? art-gla- I ZFIRIEIE plt-as- PIKES 1 I 1 I - GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. I I 1 UNDERWEAR I wcll-dres- CALDWELL & LANIER, -- rv ' ' I - I MUST GO! WINTER UNDERWEAR I OUR OVERCOATS I 1 I "bvan-gelis- I ACTUAL COST I Nothing But CASH I I IsTO TICKETS. I I -- bcml-weokll- es. Es. H. J. M 'ROBERTS. st.-u- 1 Stanford Female College. WILL BECIN 2&& S.SS JHNUHRY 23RD. un-Io- n 11 - THE QUEEN ' A CRESCENT m CrC iiDinai mis-nora- Drug-aiat- ntmBvz Pru-nl.t- elo-mo- y. uJ . 1 1 mfHi pwt WlVWW TTw "' W? FT "W," ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv.. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Sum? of rooms over Illgglns tc store for rent. W, II. Rlns. Hlg- - - Feu. 22. 1899 W. P. WALTON. IN retaliation for our tcmorlty In havlnc a little fun with his Rrnmmar. Editor Spotawood, of tho Harrodiburp; Democrat, fires this at us: A 13 year old boy from Plko county was placed in tho penitentiary Tuesday for setting flro toalmrn. Come, hdltor Walton, It Is tlrao you stopped your fooling and build that Houso of Reform. Tho penitentiary is swarming with children now who oujjht to bo any where clso in tho wido world. Our Rood friend can possess his soul In peace. Tho trustees of tho Homes of Kcform are doing their best under tho most adverso circumstances, and hopo to have tho Institution ready for tho reception of juvenile criminals by Juno 1. At least they have contracted with a firm under heavy penalty to bavo tho bulldlnirs ready by that time. They have also made requisition on the gov. ernor for a dozen or so of youthful criminals confined In tho penitentiary and they will bo put to work getting tho farm In shape for a big crop. Tho trustees havo had to move slowly because they wore forced to assert their right to tho $100,000 appropriation In tho courts. To go through tho regular channels this required long litigation and occasioned delay In some plans and tho entire destruction of others. Wo hopo to have smooth sailing now and If tho Uarrodaburtf editor can content himself till then, we will see that ho Is admitted to tho Institution on the first day of Juno and promptly cured of his Incorrigibility. coal of ll,Rrade. AHUNDANCKof Now is tho tlmo to supply yourself. J. II. Uaughman A Co. r r i Tub caso of B. K. Wilson for murder has not bcon reached al London, but will likely bo called tomorrow. How . ard's caso was continued. weapons Foil carrying conccalod Andy Snodgrass, colored, of Crab Or chard, was lined i" and given. 10 days In jail Ho Is working out the lino on tho rock pile, - in I- - f most reliable of nurserymen, Mr. U. F. HHlcnraoyor, of Lexington, makes his usual spring announcement In this Issue. You wont go wrong If you want any thing In his lino and send That him an order. Tun 0th Volunteer Infantry arrived at Savannah from Porto Klco Saturday and will oe mustered out at once. Capt. W. B. Penny writes his wife that all arc well and that ho would write her lator-when to meet him In Atlanta. " ; Lost AtJAiN. Mr. S. It. Cook sends us word that hts'.boatMs lost again and this tlrao for good, as It drifted tp tho bank and was used for kindling wood during the cold socll. Ho thinks tho Tansy Club should build him another. P0LT1CAL POINTS. i u W ' y It ik Five men hnvo announced for representative In Washington county. Gov. Bradley has accepted an Invitation to dollvcr a speech at Georgetown on the celebration of tho d. Capt. E. M. Shelley, late of Co. 1, 4th Ky has announced for tho Lcglslrture from Clinton and Wayno counties. TUB court of appeals has rendered a Ethan AUen Hitchcock, of Missouri, most important decision. It holds that recently U. S. Ambassador to Kusslat there Is no law authorizing assessors to has taken tho oath of office as secretary assess property at 70 per cent, of Its of tho Interior. valuo, It having been repealed by Se'c. In seconding the nomination of Jas. 172 of tho new constitution. Tho D. Block for governor, his homo paper, court also holds that if such assess- tho Barbourvllle Pathfinder, pays him ments have been mado It constitutes no a high tribute reason why the State board of valuaHon. J.'C. Cuntrlll! was renominated tion should to assess Htreet railway for tho Legislature from Scott, by tho franchises Instead of at a fair cash committee, no other candidate announcvaluo. This settles tbo right of tho ing In a given time. State board to assess railroad franHon. Frank Peak, of LaGrango, has chises and will put many a hundred retired from tho race for nttorney genthousand Into tho treasury. eral, satisfied that Judge Brecklnrldgo will be eclipse, tho rest nowhere. und out of keepIt was ill mannerly Gov. Bradley has selected Hon. Thos. ing with Boston's reputation for proper II. Hoys, of Louisville, to deliver tho deportment that Gen. Alger should address at the"unvelllng of the Ken havo had hisses and cries of "beef" tucky monument at Chlckamauga. hurled at him, whllo showing himself Tho bill to pay tho $20,000,000 bonus off with the president; but such a dem- to Spain under the peaco treaty was onstration seemed to be necessary to pissed by the House 210 10 34. Thirty-on- e show the secretary of war how utterly democrats, two populists and one he Is held In contempt by tho people silver republican voted In opposition. generally. Tho further fact that tho The republican convention to nomisame crowd cheered for Gen. Miles nate a candidate for railroad commisought to show Alger that in his perse- sioner In tbo 3d district will be held at cutions of the commanding general he Richmond May 2. County, conventions will earn and recolvo tho contempt of a are to be held April 15. The district very large majority of tho American is republican and tbcro are six candipeople dates of that persuasion. The new Congressional librarian is a JUDOK Baku, of the U. S. C3urt for preacher-politicia- n and a mugwump, this district, has resigned, and having and his title Is Rev. Dr. S. J. Barrows. will now passed tho ago of retirement Ho was born In Boston In 1811, la servdraw full pay, $5,000 a year for tho rest ing a term In Congress and was defeatof his natural life. Why judges who ed by a democrat at the last election. get good pay for not an excesslvo Ancnt his policy towards tho Philip- amount or wort inDUM pew pens.uneu, said In his and other employes of the Kovernment P ou V lawyers can at-- 1 not, is something w,u Uq the of Shepherdsvlllo party a av chas. Kraus, of Cincinnati, has sued I Allon sold .10 plain 1(1 hU wlfo for dlvorco because sho deeclv omcnnir 7f.O noundi. ht $32 (i0 and common Cdlrcs,at $10.20. Oeorgo Jones glass eyo. ed blm with a Joseph Chenault, son of C. D. Chen-ul- t, all sold to D. S.Johnson 22 steers at 4; of Richmond, was married to Miss Josh Jonrs six at lo and J. Wallen two Dessle Spear, of Spears, Jowamlno at.tia The horse and mulo market was dull. county. Waller Richardson, of McKcc, Ind., AtEnUirprUo, Deputy Sheriff Tom drank larbollc acid when he heard that Illce shot aid killed Harry Sloan and his sweetheart had danced with a young fatally wounded Callon Sloan, his man he was jealous of. sorvo a writ for Engineer GcorffO Durham, of tho L brother. He tried to larceny on them and they roslsted. & N , ami Miss Magglo Chesnuu daugh old Mario Anderson, tho D. T. Chesnut, were tcr of adopted daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. week. The married at Corbln Ian R Anderson, of Dos Moines. la., pol- brldo Is said to be very handsome. onod them both fatally by putting On tho d&v that MIm Clara Fitch, of rough on rats In their coffco Louisville, authorized tho announce Douglass Sherley's $20,000 residence ment or her npproacning mnrriuKu j elegnntly furnished und containing v. s Pnrriontpr. of Plttsburir. Pa., sho s de much valuabto got a telegram announcing bis death. stroyed by fire In Loulsvlllo. Sho and her mother loft at onco to Phil D. Armour iravo $7:0.000 moro tho funeral. Chicago bearing his Of St. LoilU, to tho Institute at MIm ttmnllun C. Smith. name, making a total of $2,2.0,U0U Ho accompanied by her mother, has gone has given it. to Manila to bo married to Lt. Pegram On account of the Ico New York's Whltworth, of tho lStb Infantry. J.no potter's field could not be reached, and iHitnnm from St. Louis to MnnlVi Is 170 dead bodies accumulated In tbo 10,235 miles. The cost of tho trip is morgue. $301 CO and lt will tako 13 days to got Twcnty-on- o persons were killed nenr ihcro. from ' Cheatham Is Brussels bv a collision of a train When Miss Kliziboth Calais with a stationary train. married to Mr. Jame Uaker, of ChicaTwo men who rabbed tho L. & N. go, on April next, Miss Besslo Dun-lafreight ofilce at Carlisle wero given six will bo tho maid of of Danville, years in the penitentiary. honor and Misses Sunshine Parsons, Al Jennlnes. oaco prosecuting attor Edwards, Allco Boiling, Louisa Ida given u life Millard will be ney In Oklahoma, has been Madllu and Jesslo sentence for truln robbery. bridesmaids. No reception will follow Two brother cut another to pieces tho ceremony, only a supper bolug giv- nt St.. .IrwiMih. Mn.. In a nuarrel over . .. , Loulsvlllo . en to tho bridal party. money matters. Times. Tho prospective brldo Is the Two men fought near Boirdun, Ark. only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William One as killed and tho other died lo a girl. Cheatham and Is a beautiful few hours. Living In Manll.i U rather expensive LAND AND STOCK. now. Meat It I a ponnu anu eggs iw J. E. Bruce bougbtpf G. W, Jones a o.icn. yearling steer for, Mm. Zek ChandU-r- . widow of the Hutch famous Mlchlgan?er, died at Detroit. J. P. RoL'eraLouaht-ofW.CRatclirr, of Fleming. Is In ing a bunch ptitoa al iS. salo at Ml. Cur jail at Willi imtiwnor forgery. At a Poland-Chi,, Til Ol' A urKii of 350.000 cigarettes wore run, 111., o- - u.iiiwK-'- . - " "" Bros, bought 220,000 pounds of shipped from Tacoma to Manllu. Brent News from 11 jllo Is that tho IInsurhemp at Paris at $1 50 per ewt. W. II. urown som to w. . uuuuau cent army Is disintegrating Four persons were asphyxiated by a bunch of butcher cattle at 3c. Clurk Harbison, of Bojle, sold lo a gas at Philadelphia. nr brle-a-bra- c, CAUSE FOR ALARM. How baldness begins. How to prevent it. from baldncit. It aild tntheapprnre ol age and t a tcrtou illicorafort of The when the are ciki msy rare be topped,(tiling aont the new nd and not hlr growth of the hair promoted. The healthy hilr growa In the ctlp like It plant In the rauit have plant flourlthe. oil. If conttant attention, it muit he watered rejul.tjy aad find It lood In the soil where It Is rooted. If o wlh the hair Neglect I unnnllr the beilnolnr: of bald Is allowed to thicken pn nei.' PiadruM h.lrhcgluttnloo en. The the scalp. The hair, lnul-"clentlclp loie lt vitality. The fide and tov nourlihed, brglni to fall. Tlie Initint need In uch a cie U some prictical preparation which. the needed nourishment to the olp, will feed the hlr. give It atrenelh, and o produce a itrong and healthy All ini l uonr fTOWin. the mot practical ahd valm ble preparation lor the hair Hut can he obtained. It tone epthe clp, doe away vftthdandnifl, top the hlr Iroiu falling. ttttore the orlelnul color to Clint lanl Every pron, male or femalfi ihrlnki hair, and give an abundant and rloy growth. Thote who are threatened with approaching baldnei will be Inttrntid In the following voluntary ttemcnt. made by Alderman 8. J. Urtcn.of Hpencer, Iowa, liewrltm it i'i.'H" ' "About four month ago. my hair commenced lalllng out o rapidly that I became alarmed, and being recommended Hair Vigor by a drugalit, I Dr. Ayer renblved lo try this preparation, f have been now uilng It for thfre month, and am much gratltird to find that any hair ha ra.t.l falling out and alo that hair which had been turning gray (or the pail five vrara hat been rettored 10 It orlilnal It glvta me mucn folor. dark brown tdraiure to recommend thl drelng," ti. . OaBKN, Alderman, Spencer, Iowa. Thoe who are Intereited In preserving and beaulllylng the hair will do well to tend lor lir Aver Curelwok. A Jtory ol cure lold by the cored. Thl ent free on requeit, by the J. C. page I Iver Co.. Lowell. M. . M A Continuous Showing" . S v mm mm That cannot fall to win llie bargain seeker's approval, Ikj iwir of will .- card at - l- -j The Louisuiffe Store Thlsweeekt luirgi. New 10,000 vanU of wide of Print, only Sc, Unleaclieil 10,fi0 vanU of Fancy Print al ojc; 0 feet Felt Wimloar Sliadr-a'onlr 10". llova'a Kne Pant only Wcj Hoy'l Knee . na M.-.mHI- I.re, New Ire Oood. Cotton nt Hjc. 1,000 anl worth 1 '6, New arrival of Spring Gooda, Now Ham - Pant Jtilt,l-nc- . three-year-o- ld MEN'S BLK. CHEVIOT Shelton M. Sautley sent by cxpres Sitnnlav to a uartv al Brldgcford, Mr., one of his lino game roosters. Tho Glasgow News reports sales ol old calllcat S(l voarllni? and three-ye$29.25 and 00 yearlings nt $10 A Boyle county farmer, J.J. lstiam, from 12 owes has 27 lambs, nine sets of twins and tbrco sets of triplets. F. P. Bishop and John and A. L. Spoooamoro sold to J. C Johnston, of Boyle, a car load of hogs at 3 to 3c. A red yearling bull came to my farm about Jan. 1. Owner can get by paying feed bill and this notice. S. W. Glvens, Shelby City. . Fiddlesticks, tho grand old stallion Is dead at Leglngton, aged 2tl. Ho was by Lexington and a great ruce horse, but a failure as a siro. Solomon Jones, aged 20, and Mis Ruth Haxball. 15. were married at Etansvllle, Ind. They met foribotirsi time 24 hours previous to tho 'cere ar jck for $300. MISS B. V. LOGAN, Designer ofCostiuiiCH, 'WMtv to announce SUIT. S3.Q8. Parlor. Uir . tilt-- that lior XHm Mllnj and MitlnPli lluitutiVilli now njien for liulni arv a wrll-lret- -l tale plesmro In Wool sult-In- n. of allU. Vrtvvts. IInof iiampli-- iUtCTt (Worn anil Itrjlcn In ami tho 9hrer I'alirlcs for KnlnC and ltwitlnn linmu. fmm tlm leinllnr licmle In Itanvllli-- , Onlcr will Cincinnati and CluY-aKCalli-g- Ixit of Men's Itnblwr, rrgu arWcgoo.!, c!oing Out prlco SV. Ix:t OrernlU. regular 50c and 76c quality, c'oring out nt ;ttc; I0docn working ulilrlH that will col 5"'c ccrywhere. our price c. Few SI 50 ilrett Shirt left tlint go at fl 10. 1 Ky LACE CURTAINS I jard long I.are Curlalns. .Vc, . ' " 75c, II j yanls long extra wide t.ce Curtain, tlc, .1 iMTkonal attention iui-- ji 3 J yard long '99. sKiisra-- VIiich. Trees, PlanlH, , Small I'rult 'ii Inches wido Scrim nncy slripcJ in pink and blue,' 7c, Mirul, I'rult and OniMnenUI Tm-- . and every tlilnc for Orchard. We uroplov no oi;rtiU. I.nwtiand dardrn v but wll direct nt reasonable price. and Tree Catalogue on application to Mraw-lierr- White Bed Spreads. WW tu lk.il Spread,, 72 by 72 Inches, only 60c, ' " " 8 1 by 72, imly'l'c, II V lllf.l.KNMF.VF.IL n) Teliphono Sitt. (101-li- LexInRtou. Ky ! NOTICE VS mkiv was born in Woodford county and was and order and benefic.ent gov- crnment, affording them every oppor Is ashamed to tell. far from being a great jurist. l)ae. tunity to prosecuto their lawful purKentucky's commissioner of agriculIT Is said that there will bo an etlort suit." has let tho contract for tho annual ture Boss Whallen, of Louisville, told a made to havo each of the democratic distribution of seeds to A. Burpee, of I am going - Cincinnati Enquirer man: Philadelphia. Tho contract amounts railroad commissioner conventions enbo bands off this tlmo, but If I should A tocW of Mioo and dent's 1'iiriiUhliiB a total of about $10,000. dorso tbo McChord railroad Dill, wo to I to havo a yoto, town. Rood, located In a thriving hunlnt-thope not. It Is a dangerous measure, (JO to the convention and A telegram received from tho Fruit Tho stock lncoinp.irutlely nuw For furit .or ,u, um ...u - v, fraught alike with dangers to th o pub-- . "uii firnwurs' Union ut Menlo, Ga., stutcs ther Information Apply at thl Olllre. comrade, T.I) HANKY, Manager. llo as well as tho railroads. Wo do not federate that the peach crop In tbut locality has screw William J. Stone, of Lyon county. I not been Injured by tho receni ircczo MISS bcllevo In an eternal attempt to ranch store at Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ilardstown, Lnwrencebufg, i j mbi-- , take, no aetlvo part, however, In ana Versailles, KuiinenO, Ooorgetown, l'.litnbethtonn, Frankfort, Mauckort, Ind. a full lold Is expected. tho llfo out of railroads and other cor- shall Tho to and 181)3 j to gratify a diseased tbo race. I am attending strictly porations, just tho members of the' National In and business now. Amioclatlon held 017 meetings Plain and l'ahlonable Hewing Cutting Ht popular felling ugalnBt them. Water Work Fitting a Congressman Wheeler, of Kontucky, Tmttinn paid $1,3H,020 In premiums. Tho and YOU CANT HI.TTKU A TUB republican Senators recognize scored a point that until tho treaty was member of tho Araorlcun 'i rotting Asv h.i th., rinmniTAta can stall tho effort ' ratified by tho Spanish Cortes the pay- - sociation; hold 508 meetings In 1803 und to increaso tho army to 100,000 and are ment of tho $20,000,000 did not becorao paid $871,078 In premiums. beginning to take steps to compromUoj a liability on the part of tho United Nutwood heads tho lUt of stallion und avoid un extra session. It Is said . States, and that therefore tho para-thwith speed producing sons for tho seaFor a catt plow ur it tho democrats arc willing to ac- - gruph was obnoxious to rulo 21 of tho son of 1803, having 00 to his credit. HI 11!) to Ml oept 02,000 as tho maxima number and House and ho was sustained In nearest rival is Georgo Wilkes with that ought to sulllco, according to the Tho appropriation had been placed 58, und Electioneer ,nd Onward uro In tho Sundry Civil bill. men. Ideas of all conservative 10 each to tholr cred- of Franco sometimes die third nlaco with President For a leel plow WeJIuive rendered a decision by tho hands of anarchist assassins, but Judge Bakkkii Fifty wulnut trees in Cuss county, In Louisville which carried consterna- not often of a natural deuth, as did M. wero recontly sold for $10,000, tion to tho lawyer, but which was very Francois Felix Faure. sixth president Mich., now been felllitigants. It was In effect of tbo third republic of France, Thurs- - Cash. These trees haveto English buy. reassuring to On all tho 'ooiN, ami heg thut you call hihI see us before buying, ed, and will bo shlpM y am not untitled to tho uay uignt. , no wus suizcu t hnt. uu Tbo largest truo was seven feet In ers. entire estate of u descodent for settling ' and lived only three hours. diameter at Its base and will yield lumI Hup. Mi Enillo Loubot was on Saturday ber worth from $700 to $1,000. elected to succeed him by tho Nu It. G. Fox sold to J P. Gray, of Tox-aA HILL Is before the Now York Leg ton Assembly at Versailles by a vote r.o, . four toad horses for $100. Ho ulso Ulaturo to legalize the sale of cough cure which Is closo by, to Wsold to Goodman & Rogers, of Knox-vlll- On a yj a. 1- -1 1--T As electric Ity and A meat. -B several noisy demonstrations by i m. . ML3iL 22 mule, 151 to 10 hands high, ut bund for ime w hlchyou only think hfioi d. to render tho, JL. Mrm MT trlvancc seem defined -, ' $!ty It I believed thut ut lenst one hulf horso useless except for food, tills uo- I ivw Our While l'lne ami Tar Cough Cure a t I ! l mi oftholumbsln Boylo wero killed by) Hon uoos not K.tuitunu"'u (ienural l!liie including alniout every tl'lng. a posttlve cure. It Is composed of pure 'MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. John Hurrls lost 107, J. H. tho cold. TUB woods are full of applicants for Baughman lost ono half of his and H. wllcl) t ftt tho vtrv ,iarm,BU ,lru William Moore, a widower of &, und N. Mlteholl I roortod to hnvo lost Jj Judfco Burr's position, Including " Justice W..H. Holt, the brain- Miss Julia Harris, 21, were murrled ut out of 10. Thl will give un idea oj too ito ui um nuum ' putting all the organs uflecle I Into a tlior- iest und best fitted tnau of all for the Clinton, Tcnn. Advocate. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gay will cele- situation. place. Wo hope slucerely ho will get brate their golden wedding In Woodit. ford on the 22d. ItaUlietB for Wire Fence unit Huddles, Harness aud Whliu world without Vi Y end John Chandler, of Allen county, Is day and there was some uctivlty in tho atlile, but kill Ilia ailment. Price 25c A Wisconsin legislator has presenttiling you want in Groceries I of 2'J children, 21 of whom cattlo trade. Of tho 300 on market most! ed a bill to prohibit women from tight tho father "v bought tbo best lacing. Wht Is to become of tho poor uro living and bavo an average family sold. Morrl J. Farri & no other squeezing, of five each, making hlui the grand- bunch-- 75 050 poueder. of Hudson girl who get father of 10.1 children. Page, of Adair, at iio. wiikinsou should tho bill become a law Z " , nrT lu'r ,elherc. ' -ce butTs of ugilculturo Florida reports that, whllo early vegetables have been totally destroyed, trees uro not damaged as badly us supposed. s E. T. Pence received three of cattle from Philadelphia, Tenn., Friday. They wero bought for Mr. Pence, who suys they cost so much ho raony. The commissioner Tho notea and arrouut bulonglng to tlio . Ilronaugli have been entatoof Dr. O. A. TrlhlilM for placed In the hand of Iu0-collection. II. II. ilronauRh. V.xot. of " " " oulyltSo. (KlbyTJ, " " " " 00 by 100 Martwlllc pattern, Tlieo gooiU uro made of three ply yarn, both warp and filling, and warranted not to weiglitcn with any auhttance whatever, unepiaUl in quality, style and fiuttli, M). Hemmed ready forum . 1 or-un- car-load- ever nllered, 2Tc and 33c, 25 dozen Corsets, the bluest Wu have umny iillirr thing nt urpn,liily low pnca, lint for the want of apace llavlni numed the management of tho them oft, but come and ce for yourself and I c convinced HUT. (llt.!-- CUOCF.UV, I takethllineth-oi- l we lire compelled to leave of thanking our many patron for tlitlr Winter good go al cost und below coit. Fn'cinators, Flannel Skirt, trade and support In the pant, with the that our liU4lnei relation In the future will prove mutually licnetlclil ai.d agreeable. Hoping to receive a haro of . the public pitronage. I am ourriurtcou-h- . All Iihip tt--i it. lit inn U h ritttni for Snininpr (tiM,.l " fitnn nml t vmi .J il.. UOHT I MATtlSHLY, Mgr. bargains, don't wait until they are ail gone and then want them. You nuiy cry yuur Mr Charlie l Avit . 100-eyes out and we couldn't supply tin loiigfelt wjiit; Come and be convinced. m NOTICE ! 40 Different Patterns of Percale at 5c, 7 c and 10c. btrnlu l-2- Ladies' And Gents' Underwear, FOR SALE. s U0-- U The Louisville Store. EVELYN TARDIF, Seamstress. .- at VULCAN PLOW CHHBH5S' 8 IMGPJIllKlCAlL R,EIDTJOEID L jCjL. JL PRICES -- iittni-iiuv- s uu-plex- B. K. WEAREN & SOV. I I JLf iMir .afm s, Ilon't Turn Your Ilaek 'lore o, JL 1 ., 1 '(i in 1 ef j r: ..,.,!..,, t" csrJS-L';- K ff;- - - - - - Stoves for both Heating- and Cooking". ' iTennys iJrug diore. BE AZLBY '& CARTER. j4 ,.i i. A. .1 iUl la Mwi lir fpr- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Wintkji Lap Wearon ta & Son'. Uehos at coil at I). K. 3 CyprcseShinglcs. 1 FlNK box in stationary. - 22, 1899 at Cralt Now and up ' Hockor'a. tBOiiSs-.'. E. 0. Walto.v, Huhinkhs Mana(ii:h. J.impcd to 20c hero Saturday and aro tcarco at that fancy price Cl'lAKi Eoas A.C.SIHE, Mctnl Roofing. told 200 vacclno point Monday and had to mako an- fl(K)l). pure medicine produco pood othor order for them. results. Quality and not price govern, and It join TUB ti In uur selection ofdrun First National Hank lent off want Ilia very best at no higher price1 somo moro alitor Saturday M,000 -- to wa are at thun you p.iy elsewhere, tlia nsslslant treasurer at Cincinnati. your service. Penny' Urujr Store. HoCKKU ft fitir$ ( STANFORD, KY. yJ A ( Iron Fence. ? Mill Work. PATtNf 1 TOUR ETE2 ! Will bo Y Till, wcnlhcr ha boon warm and damp for ovoral day, tho mercury goMlt. A. A. WAIMKN It In Cincinnati; ing up to HO during the day. It wan 10 Mlt.O. J. Cftow went to LouUvllla tbl morning at 7 and threatening. yesterday. Tin: (fc of Hud Uuughman, colored, Mils, Kt WIi.kinhoN and children died Sunday morning of consumption, aro InCiiKcy. Her mulden name was Salllo Heat and Miss Dkm. Fki.anh has roturnod alio wa an Induetrloo, good girl. IT -sT t -from Ilawusvlllii. . , sI".,ji 7.rt r.t. o Tin: examining trial of Lt. Kthcl Mws Sit. W11.1.IK Ham: I vlsltlni? Scott for shooting Col. Colson wa confrlendn'al SomcreoU tbo nicest a well n the meanest ol MllR. l'KTKIt STUAUII, Sit., lavUltltlfr tinued till today from .Monday on ac SMALL-POX- ! things, does us tho honor to aj; count of tho llluos of hi attorney. .relatives at Parksvlllc. Small-pox- , under any circumstances, II. BOWDKU 1II.KAKS OlT WITH IT IN PitOK, V. J. CitAKi spent Sunday is a public culamlty, nnd when it bring WHO can tell what a day will bring TllK I. J. lll'IMIINd. with friend In Danville. to Stanford tho added woo of enforced Did any one over Imaglno that Mlt.1). J. M. Sto.NK l convalescing forth? JOUItNAI. IIKNIKI) TllK suspension of the Lnteihoii JouijNAt. that thl paper would have to miss n TllIMNTKItlOK from severe niece of (trip. N XIALRrOH.!! HOt'ItS. for oven a few day, tho community publication Jay on account of small- Mlt. ANii Mlts. Kn 'KVifS received K)X? ANI KMHAltOO especially to bo commiserated. ItlUIOVKII I'ATIKNT their second son last nlu'ht. Entrance to the iNTKitiOit JOUUNAL LUTK1I. Tilts I Washington's birthday nnd a Miss Pkahi. IIciinsiui: has been by ladder through a legal holiday, which I being observed COMPCLSOItY VACCINATION OIWRKKD ofllco has been visiting hur cousins In Garrard. window on Main Street for soveral la recover- by tho bank and Tho Mim. O. C. Kixi.r.it, Jk., , AND IIKINO day. in all pox I rciotlblc for u httvlng ing from several week' lllne. Of course tho report that was circuTho yellow flag Hew In tho heart of ' l In it very seriU) work Miih. Catii IIaii.kv Stnnford for'thrce day and the worst lated thl morning that Sowder wa ous condition at' Mr. Kato Miller'. CAUOIIT. Wah Tarter, who killed part nf it to in woh that It llow from tbo dead, I a lie. Dr. Dalley went to see Jamkh 11. CoOk and Mis Dot Cam-lilt- i, Joseph Mlnton in Cuxty some live year iNThlllOH JOUItNAL. building. J. H. about it und found him the llvcst kind visiting ago, wa of liustonvlllo, wero arrested at Mlddlcsboro und S'dor, who occupies an olllco In It, of a corpso and doing first-rathero. from Columbus, O., last week A picture of tho INTEHIOII JoutiNAt. Sheriff J. M. Drown, of Casey, went up K. A. (loom:, of Lexington, one of for him Saturday. fueling very bad. Do thought ho had building Is gl von above, Tho room occu. this paper' beat iibtcrlbcrp, wa bore . patient was the tho grip and doctored for iu Saturday pied by tho emall-po- x H0KKIIU.1; DK'ATH. Cliurle Mitch Saturday. night he staid at Mr. J. M. Philip-- , ono within the window on the oxtrcmo now ell, engineer at Hurnum .V ItcickcrV whero he boards, and whero ho drank right, the last on Lancaster Street upMil. J. S. OWHI.RY, SK., of the Lincoln County Na- Hour mill ut Paint Lick, wa cnught In po!bty a gallon and a half of bone set stairs. the machinery nod so badly mangled ten. Sunday morning he curao up town tional Dank. Tin: musical cntortnlnmcnt given by J. II. IlAI.l.i is making a tour of tho that he died soon after. and hundred of our citizen saw him tho Kentucky Colonels at Walton's mountain town In tho Interest of Car-to- r 10 o'clock Dm. I'OU shooting on tho street Charllo on the street. About Opera House, Saturday night was a tc Strauh' mill. Armstrong caught a ' lino in Judge Dalley and O'Dannnri wero sent for. rich treat to thojo who are touched n Mlt. V. I' niilMtlh went to who uftor examination, promptly decid yesterday to eo fil brother, Carson' court Saturday. Willie Hans ed that hi wut u gcnulneoasc of small with u concord of sweet sounds. Four ford, ulso colored, Ciiught 11 similar lino voice never blended better than those Canhlcr J. S. Grimes. pox. Dr. Dalley U chairman of the fon lighting his sweetheart. of Warren It. Meek, llrst tenor, hdw. GKO. D. HfltUBTT, laic of Lancaster, local board of health and ho I mined S. Fo.'g, second tenor, A. 0car Drown, now of Chicago, fell at Chicago and notified Mayor Mcncfee that the barytone nnd A. D. Flora, basso SnuKiNO. Hon. M. P, North write broke his arm, ) a correspondent ' u to give notice that lie will npeuk ut patient must be removed to prevent a and the audience showed its apthe Advocate. the court-houat 1 r. M. next Mon- spread of tho loathsome disease. That preciation by encoring und K.MII' and family left MonMil. A. J. day, llrst duy of circuit court, In tho olllcial rcsondcd, and while he mado a All of tho member day for Wineho.tor, whero they will Interest of hi candlJucy for tho Legis- number nf attempt to get a house, did every number. are noted musical men, Dr. Hrowno be reside, much to the regret of their lature. not appear quite a anxlouS about tho ing tho composer of many meritorious many friend here. us we of tho part of town most und popular songs. Mr. Flora is a naMauic our prediction: W. Vernon mutter TllK wve of James I. Wlliuot and seriously affected, anil It was 7 r. M. Urchardson will bo the democratic nomtive of this county and his frlonds were Monday night beforo tho patient was doltghtca John Menofeo, not tho mayor, presentto observe the easo and ex inee for representative In Doyle and ho ed them" with a boy and girl, Tescc-tlvelremoved, a house to the North of tho callenco with which he sang the most will carry everything Ixiforo him in a few day since, railroad In tho lower end of town be He I oio1ur with all longing to Marshal O. Newland, who difficult numbers. Sunduy Dr. Drowne WKarolndebto'd to that clover and November. J. preached and sang at tho Presbyterian classoH and will gel lot of republican sympathetic ircnlletnun, Col. Lout offered tho same building Sunday, hav c lurch to a highly pleased audience. votes in the final race. Landram, for a tender of hloHlco from lng been condemned. A family occu Mr. Flora sang at the Christian, Prof. which U) Issue our paper. difficulty In getting some Foeg Ouit patron uoed not postpone re pled It and at tho Methodist nnd Mr. Meeks CAKVKNTKH, Of mitting u tho amount of Mils'. llKNItY It. their indebt- place for them, together with tho ob ut tha Baptist church to the delight of Htisionvlllr, who vru MU Grace Van edness on account of tho roal!-o- x jectlonsof the residents of thut end of hoped that congregations. It Arrdalo, presented her husband with a tcarc. Wo will cheerfully fumigate town, are given us the reason for tho tho thu colonel will visit u again in the boy Monday. d our receipts, and pay all cxDcnscs In long delay. near future, when they will be certain was tho Missus Lkii-- a Caiitkk and brother, the event they catch tho loathsome dl For IS hour the small-jw- x reception. Tlioma Carter, of tho Moroland sec- - sease In that way. great of au enthusiastic sole topic of conversation and u Normal lion, ore attending the Cherry WOOD. Two weeks ugo Kugepo P. number of silly reports wero started; HANKIICIT. II. J. Iiarttlia IllcU u among them thut Sowder wa standing Wood wus taken with grip. Ho wasn't School at Howling Green. Mlt. It. WVMaiitis, of Uirinlnghum, voluntary petition In bankruptcy, with with a couple of U pistol ready to re- ill enough to go to bed, but staid abound spent several days with hi parent lit J. 11. Paxton, hln attorney. Ills liabil- sist to the death any attempt to re- tho house. Ho grow steadily worse, Uowland. Hit friend hardly recogniz ities uro placed ut M.l'Cj.TII and ho give move him to u ost house; thut he was however, and a few day since peritonihi aseu ut $1,2.11 The Lincoln Naed him with hi long whisker. iv n looking out of the window In thl tis set up, death resulting therefrom . Mits. A. G. Tl'itNTJtand Llttlo Mis tional Hank And John P. Davl are the otllee; thut he sal on, the print paper Saturday night. Doceasod wa a sog In thl office for some, time Saturday; of Mr. and Mrs. Thonau U. Wood und Laura Cariwutcr went up to Richmond principal holder of- his paper. Mumlo Wilson Saturday to seo Ml of tho circuit court, which that ho wa on tho street Sunday was about US years old. Four yeurs TllK docket Carpenter, who U attending College begin here next Monday, prepared by night, und other such Improbable sto- since ho married Miss Llcclo Lynn, there.-Joril- l daughter of Mr. und Mrs. J. G. Lynn Clerk J. F. Holdam, shows 47 Common- ries, lt TllOUOU the attache of tho Jonks ha received tho sad wealth caui; old ordinary - ordinary and sho with two children, the youngnow of tho death of hi' nlcie at Iloc- - upvurunce II; equity appearance M; Jouiinal were on hand und ready est six months old, uro left to suffer hi mun, Moutuna. Sho wa a bright child old equity 101. There are live ult for to go to work even with the mall-loss. Ho wus a member of the baptist and tho only daughter of hi brother, divorce. Tho docket l tho smallest for In such close proximity, It wu decided church, and us Mr. J. K. Lynn epressed not to Issue tho paer Tuesday a Post It, wus a raodol young man. AU of his Kobert Jones. year. . MltT. N. II. I'UlCKandMr. Ed I'rlce, master Florejico served notice on tho Immediate family were present when Hrz.AUDS. G. W. Young, of High, publisher, acting under Instruction death camo and ho recognized and tulk-e- d mother and lter of Dr. A. S. I'rlce, ..unii'nvcr from Garrard to see how ho land, sends us word by A. A. Dastln from the board of health, that ho would with each of them. Sunday ufter-noo- n In tfto Old Lynn burying ground wa getting on with tho grip und found thut Mr. Isaac Hamilton' buzzard receive no mull matter from tho buildstory Isn't In It. Ho counted l.V) dead ing. The order wa rovoked Tuesday tho remains were laid to rest after a him convalescing. Wk beg Mr. Irvo 1'ltman' pardon. buz7ards In u ravine luvllng to Green morning, after all tho olllco on the short service ut tho grave by Hev. J. It wa 1. Lltman, of Boyle, who took ltlver during the blizzard and many tloor hail been umlguieu and liero we D. Crouch and In tho presoneo of a tho bankrupt law und not Mr. Pitman, more would havu doubtless huvo died aru -- 4 hour lute, but still in tho ring, lurgo assembly of grief stricken relaalbeit smelling somewhat of brim- tives and friends. who live In the same county und whose but for the fact thut they kept up s life by eating the dead bodlc of stone nuiro I so much like Mr. Lllmun's. TllK man, Johnson, whoso pcccullar saki:. Moral tribute from tho other buzzards to enable them to A IIKAUTIKUI. our cold. To W. 1. Walton: Tho Hoard uctlon huvo been mentioned in lawman' Son .V Co., Cincinnati", for withstand the several tlmr, turned up at of Health, through Dr. Steele Dalloy, column which firm JumeT. Curson traveled, duy, where ho M AYOU'lt VOTK NOT A QUOItL'M. mail mutter from your Ivingsvllle tho other failed to reach LouUvillo In tlmo for Tho court of upeal has reversed Inform me that bought a farm of Muck Vest and gavo building I safe to go through tho burial of Mr. Curson und It was Judge Morrow In tho case of Hccchcr office and which wusu't check for tho U. S. mall. My former notlua to him a to 111 futher here. sent Smith vs. the city of Somerset, holding you I void und your mall mutter will worth tho paper It wa written on. Ho Mlt. J, T. MilNKPHi:, n descendant of that whero half the member of tbo ulso jumped his bill at tho Peunyback-e- r bo accepted at tho Hotel. At Hustonvllle a few days tho fniuou Klchufd Henry Menefue, city council wuro present the muyor's C. I'T.01ti:.NTK, P. M. J. whoso mutchles oratory stirred Kcn- - vote doo not roaku a quorum, und uny later ho tried to buy L. H. Ailams' There were no Immune here that Ilhud preceded tncky beurta moro than 40 years alnee, act dona by n quorum so obtained tho Job of nursing farm but hi reputation ud vised to leave the urogram of tha legal. They ulso decldo thut n contract would undertake wa tho llrst on ttho colored, of Crab him and ha was Sowder und Isom Fish, Midwinter Declamatory Contest, ren made now or hurcuftur to grant u fran- Orchard, wa secured, and ho I said to town, which he did on short notice. ... yours from the year dering with elloot the thrilling decla. chise to run for Kim.i:d. Fd Stewart, a truck walk Tho' 1UO0 Is void, becuuso the contract or be u good one. mullon, "Tho Tell Tale Heart." .The mayor ha Issued a compulsory er, wu run over and killed by freight hi elwiuenco wu not of ho "tono franchise Is prurtlcully for n longer vaceliiutlon ordur. Everybody must bo truln No. 37 ono mile south of Mt. Vermoving." vurlety, yut it wu above tho period than "0 your. vaccinated and thoo who aro unable to non at S o'clock yesterday morning. uwurded him tho uveruge. Tho Judge Hov. W. J. Curson, whoso' pay for It will huvo It done uttho city's Thu engineer saw something mi tho CAUSON. prize over four contestant, u medul truck but thought it a pile of cinders lllncs of pneumonia was told of in our expense. Lexington Heruld. MO vulued at lust, died about the tlmo wo went to! Dr. J. V. Peyton, who I a member of until ho got too close to stop. Just beIt. C. Foitl), KS(J., of Mlddlcsboro, pre. Ho had beou a minister of tho thu board of health, und lias had tho fore tho engine struck him Stewart who seem to have u cinch on tho nom L'opel In tho Methodist church forover varioloid, worked manfully In fumlgu raised up on one arm but mado little or inutinn for statu treasurer, wa hero 10 years und was un earnest and faith ting tho infected room und tho entire no effort to gel off tho truck. It Is yesterday en route to Casey on busl fill worker for the Lord, When asked up stall s of thu building and after ho that ha was usleei- -. His brother, ties. Lincoln oouuty win gio mm a during hi Illness, a (Mend write, what was through romurked that ho would- John Stewart, was killed by u train lift both on hi owu und hi wlfo'a ho wanted, ho would usually answer; n't bo afraid to sleep in Sowder's otltro near Norton, Va , io than a year ugo. ho us"' A Mu Ktnuia Uarrui-"I waul, rest." There wus no sting In now oven if hud never been vacclnuted, CONTINUIID AtVKlt 1IBAVY COSTS. hero was ed to go to school hero, where sho bus death for him; ho could look It In tho Thu lust cuso of smull-pound FJza Lungford, a great many friend. Speuking of the face with a blessed assurance of meet- shout 17 years ago when Charley Hcuz-le- Thu trial of Puto King, cumo a brother to Fiddler John Hcazley, charged with killing Jullor iuull'ox, Mr. Ford suhl that out of ing his children thut had gone before. winter thoro The funeral service wero conducted by colored, bud it und died. Ho was re- loan unexpected hull at Mt. Vernon IUX) case In hi city la Illness of W, A. Morwere only two death und It wa u re- Itev. W. H. Jones ut tho Christian moved to a )est houso on whut is now Monduy by tho ropubll-ca- n row, an attorney in the case, telemarkable fact that none but church at Hustonvllle, after which tho M, S, Duugtimun's farm. There wpre-qphones Mr. James Marot. Fifty men und Negroes had tho dlsouso. othor cases. frlcnJs und relatives of tho deceased small-ospread here had been summoned from Laurel coundoesn't If tho followed the remains to tho grave, Jury from and u uumber LOCAL HAPfEIHNBS. It will bo most provlueutlal. Hardly a ty to select a whero il was laid to rest In the Hustonwitnesses had Commonwealth In town failed to come In contact of the vllle Cemetery. HI aged wife, a son mau OUlt stock of Canned GooJs-Dr- lcd been oxumlned, when Mr. Morrow beanil daughter aru loft to mourn the with hlmslnco Sowders' return. case was continued. Fruits aud catublesl full and complete Tho Louisville Times, which cau say came ill und tbo loss of a loving husband and father. see u. Warren & Shanks. Call and PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Accurately Tested And Fitted Work Guaranteed. 9lnHiMpJJUHHIt- -- CRAIG & HOCKBR'S Lowest Prices. -- 11 1 1 post-ofllc- 1 nt I Handle the B. F. Avery and Silver Steel Plows, also W. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. , " Fertilizers, HarncES Saddles and Farming Implements at rgicyintirTCiirffifKCTgBrgirsirffiirptreiyT m mm The American Flag The American Eagle f and tbe Garments of Fred Kanffniann ft 4 V pro-fond- o The American Tailor are dear to tbe hearts of "A FITTING se EMBLEM The American People 11 y, I When in need of FINE CLOTHING examine tbe superior patterns carried by JOHN P. JONES. LOCAL AGENT A 1 S nine-poun- m Wo have Just received a full lino of Ocnta' Fine Shirts in Fancy Silks, Piques, Madras and Percales; nUo our Spring lino of Gents' Fine Shoes in Patent Leather Ulack Vlci Kids and White Iiros.' Colorrd Willow Calf. Seo our stock beforo you buy. Ail nru tho latest Patterns. ! You Should See Those beautiful black Mister Crepons. Tlieae are tho newest designs in Skirt and Dres lengths We have Noar Silk lining to line the Skirts, also Taffeta Silk to match Near Silk for Hutlles. Coroo while assortment is 'urge I Jfr? Cft? INTK-ItlO- Sk o. jS fci f& g ( H i fjK New Porkhill Zephyr Ging-hams at 10c Yard. Wo fell the best Apron Ginghams at 5c. Some sell Ginghams as There are many Percales heavy, but they wont stand the wash-tuon the niarkef, but none as good colors as the ones wo are oflerlnj: in Navy, Ked and China 111 ties for early Spring wear at 12c per yard, a light Percales at 5c. "A-l- gj fft rvj guilt-cio- nt 3fc j&; Yx ;S rvv !j il H QA See the Yard-Wid- e Cotton we offer at 5c. Cotlon Goods nri advancing, Iluy now. Bleach ot-olllc- o. 1 i SEVERANCE A SONS. mwffimmm$ml?&mm:mW m -'0 ' sup-ldse- d mm x And You Will Make .No Mistake. For Sale by Oliver Plow -- BUY THE CHILLED- , The Best In The World. HIGG-INS- ' x & McKINNEY. T y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. r s h w tt. Lancastsii. Feb. 20. In vour luoer Itutwecn the hours of i A M. anil 4 r. m IIUSTONVIi.l'i: DIST. NO. I. of tbo 17lh you give somo history of tho nt the court hoiifco door In Stanford, WHITK furally that I wish to correct. coin county, Ky., I will expose to thu ...... 2 60 npvor accused of kill- - highest bidder for cash In hand to pay the Cuiuplon, Ike 2 acres Red Colson was Curtis, P. A. 10) uere 3 30 Trains Morning and', Krcnlue; from Un- lug but ono mun. Ho went to Texas Slate und County Taea for the jears Dauglierty, 3 23 Nntliau Mrs, 23 arres after tho Commonwealth had filed tho shown opposite the names, the following ion Statlun, 10th and lirnadway. 1 CO caso away. Ono Abncr Fields was tho projierty, or so much thereof as may bo Duncan, Tlios ll aeies .... 3.30 main Commonwealth witness. Hn necessary to pay said taxes. This list Hanes, II A (N It.) loi Passengers dtidriiig information and sworo 4.13 to Red CoUon's oyo feOO yards In will bo published once a week for. four McAfee, D. A (Gdn.) 12 ucies rates to Ulscoiislii. MinnvsoU, ebrdku L',00 Null, S.iniuel lbO acres , snd points ill tha far West, including Cal- tho night by tho Hash of tho gun. Tho weeks and the names will tl'aapiear as 185 ifornia, should address Commonwealth thought It was too thin noon as the tax and cost are paid. Cost Proeton, W. G. 2 acrea 2,75 and so did wo. James Colson novor of advertising il 50 Time and spare Itlguey, RouIhiii 32 acres ,'. 2.45 In the than lu Kraut J. Reed, Uen. Pass. Agt . had any trouble with Tom Itcnfro. At forbid us from publishing al , but uuoili. Tombs, II. V. 22 seas In aur other paper puldlslieil-ho- lli Trice, Mitchell 1 acru E. II. llacou, Di. Pass. Agt. that time no man of that narno lived In er list will oppe.ir lu four weeks. 217 'laulltjr aud i,uautlljr, VaughttSi Uiichiinnn 111 acres 1.15 Hell county, and no man by the, name W. H. McDoel, Vlcc.I'res. & Gen. Mgr. STANFORD DIST. NO. 1. 104 - Plnrtr nt Poll mnn.1 niSTONVII.I.K OhOHKI). Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr, of Hcnirn mi nvni. ... .. WU1TB CciitM. ty. Georgo Colson never failed In an , Anderson, Isaac 4 acres . r .$3 40 v. 1,75 The " t... " Courier Journal la ih T SO YEARS- examination at A nnapolls Naval Acad- "5 i 3,00 m ... 5.70 llright, Wm. II acre4 .uatof inane dallies, aud the auierlor of all other EXPERIENCE emy. Ho went to Texas oftor bo grad "6-'v- JI Hrown, Hank 1 lot 0.05 para. 11 prlnls uoie real news luore juod data 3 80 Mrs. Kate 23 acrea asawAB 'raTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTBaiBBWAwawAjrAwjaffffffa mailer, iiiorecioiisuiiiee than aur olher. Isaued uated In medicine and ho died at Frank-for- Klrknatrick. .C Roy Ilrs. 50 acres 1 15 lirown, lull acio 2,17 tt'eiluesdar aud hsturdar. A K'l euiuiulsslun lu McOarvoy, Pat Texas, of typhoid fover after an Cloyd, Joe 2 acres . 0.17 axcuu. muipie topiea are ou appuraiiou, IVII 2.05 1 acre to illness of 28 days. Ho was burled at Melton. Jos 2.27 COUItlKIt JOl'ltNAI, CO., Loul.rllle, Ky, 3 35 Glvons, Davidson 0 acres Messer, Flnii 1) acres Piano, Texas. Respectfully, G I vens, Adam 7 acres 3,17 30 Miller. Mason A William 5 acres W. U. Moss. 00 60 Guoch, Davison Ilrs. 40 acres Hr bwlal Arrangtmeut You Can (let The acre Okeof, Mlke(N aflakkaHi ' Tradc Marks DcsiaNB 2.17 1.40 Glveus, Anderson 2 acres.., Phillips. Cela 5 acres THrJUAVAtiLdUF.illlll'. Semi Weekly Interior Journal COPVRIOHTS AC. More and, Rabl. 6 acres ..,.?. 250 T.1';! "Kaleru sooum. the llrlp, roUune the air BTANlOHIi CULOBLU. Anrona uodlna; a sketch and desert ptlon mar Its fsU KMius. ao tbatui borne Uubfrum opinion free whether an And The nolealr aarwrtalti our patentable. Cuminuulra- J.KJ 00 Morion, Annie 3 acres Itsrasatva but uiullllud's hare found a sure pro-- Rail, lMdle 3 acres IotouUou la probablr 1 lot tireoiillilautlaL llaiulbeoki Patents 3.28 TWICE A WEEK COURIER JOURNAL, tioua 2.45 Powell, Ilua lllakelcy, William town lot for aecunuir ualents. .Mil trm. Oldest aaeuer Saudidge, Tom 2 acres taken thruuiU Munn 4 2.75 i'atenu Lu. without chant a. la lb Co. rtcclrs siari4xfetaiLh!ifu,tf fia;-,oj llolh Oue Year lor Pi Turner, Charles 1 ucro 2,17 1 .. ass i.n.ti.i.ia nt.. I 111. la t. !..... ScleMtiTic Welch, Jatiie I acre ',,,, J.00 30 $2.25. llwUly town lot A handeomelr Ulustrated weeklr. Jjsraest rtr 2.10 Morclaud & CarH!iiter's Station ..l..i..n .. .ni..niiri. Inuriikt. Turnll. U 1 iuueuieuuieuibrsii.a. r. This la for Lash aubscrhdlons onlv. Alt .,.1,. ws'i and i.n.vMiit II. .tr....lA.l Kill ineillsese Cook, Millie Ilrs. town lot ... - ... irernis year i foar luouths, IL riold fr all newedealers. TliauialaJr Turnpike Co., il miles) n.10 scrlptlous under Ibis voiubluallvu ciltr luust be 3.30 ItUwSOtls and II ilouey ChlUlophur, Al town ht aut tbrouuh IblatlUce. HUNNCn.3BrM..r.MiW 1 ..IU.I.J. A 1,1.1 Utile lree.,1 IVuny'. Luklf 1.16 800 1CTC! 8. M. OWENS, Sheriff. W, P WAI.TO.V, Ann M LOTTISVIIiXslS Til Clrtct Lint Troa Cincinnati Via Tho war deToil partment hits wired Lieut. W.T. Johnston, recruiting oltlccr nt Lexington, Ky., to enlist colorod applicants lor Michigan And Cunnda. L. DR. cavnlry and Infantry service, sending .1 trains rrr wrrk.taT. 1 trains An !undsj Fullnisn and Mafticr iti tho former to Fort Grunt, Arlzohu, nnd ers on nlahl trains. rlllulr. I'arlor Douglas, Salt Lake tho latter to Fin t Carson dsjr trains. City. This Is an excellent opportunity for young colored men to got Into tho Cincinnati To Chlcnuu. regular army. Recruits for whlto In 4 trains esery wcrkdar j trains n Sunday. tllliiled Iralns l'ullnian fantry and cavalry regiments are also Man.lanl and CoiupaMni.M Werplnf II RO'JOII TICKETS bOM. law. wanted Apply to Lieut. W. T. John Can, I'srlur I'ai and Cafe MnlllSirv FdRHERS. IIAOUAIIH CllhCKM) TIlltOUHH. The failure of a judgo to Instruct tho ston, Main St., Lexiogton, Ky. For anr Information enquire ol Cincinnati To Indianapolis. jury in writing caused tho court of apJ OK S. KICK, Agent, IlAN'OEKS OK TI1K fllttl. Stanford, Kj. peals to set nsldo a verdict in nn imporj Iralns eserjr werkdaf FORTY RROKI2 JIULI-H- . tUAB OltOH.VUD DIST. NO 2. Tho greatest danger from La Grlppo 4 traits on Sunday tant caso. WHITK. d Will sell from one to a is of Its resulting In pneumonia. If FRAItKFOBT AND CINCINNATI. Gen. John H. Castlcman, who has tt) acrrit. - 220 AIo reasonable care Is used, however, and Adam, Jno 1. IMj 5crri:8 ts CO LIVEaY, SALE STABLE. FEED Al-'Trains leare I'rankfort at 7 a. m. and S 40 p. M., commando! tho Louisville Legion for Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy taken, Andrew, Suan Ilrs (N It.) 22 teres l.eonjetown with Q A C. and 21 j cars, will not bo connected with Its onnKtlng at KntiHnN City ntul (D) II (I. FOX llox 8.1? Hanrlllr, Ky. 1.7S Ilachingcr, Landislaur 0 acres p. . Uare l'arla 10 West Among h rsrls at S.M a. 30 an.l 8 connecting at all danger will be avoided. ., 85 t:lJ a. Mtj andC.8 and P.reaching Frankfort at 9.18 reorganization. gavo Bob lialljr Cullmsnantl Wagner Mprwra Parlor lata tho tens of thousands who have used Illnn.l, Itcn L (N K)7I acres with A Tho small-po- x Blanks, the n Ha Trains. Ilronn.Jno J. (N. It.) 170 Bcrcs... 3 55 A. S. PRICE, ' JOSEPH K. NI'.WTOS, A. O. T. A. rapist, a lease, of GO days on life. Ills this remedy for la grlpio wo "have yet llucliansn, Miss LillUsCO acre A.M to learn of a single caso having result J. II klaaox. (leo.ral !.Milhrrn Aanl. Surgeon execution was postponed on account of ,. 4.45 J ! I.KAiir Iras I'am Ait KnotsilteTenn Otrson, G. W 5 acres QUEEN & CRESCENT. ed in pneumoula which shows concluDentist, H K I uwAans Fa It from Feb. 23, to April 19. TralSe lini.t 2.25 Cook, Mary A. 20 acres sively that this remedy is a certain Tom Callan stabbed Peter Bond a Trains pass Junction City aa follows: 1 lot., CO Stanford, Ky. preventive of that dangerous dlscaro. Davis, Martha .I5 05 p m Ko. 2 North...4 11pm dozen times with a pocket knifo at No. 1 South 05 Drlaney, Mrs. Kate 63 acre .1I Mam 1JO.S " "4 " -- . 8 4Sam because bo would not pay him It will cure la grlpim In less tlmo than Dcaiicv. Wm.8. (N. It 60 acres .. 70 OfflwoTtr McRnbarts' tirn Slot. In the Owsley No. 8 ...ll 2.1am " 6 " ..1Wpra IIUMI1IHB 00 a m any other treatment. It Is pleasant ... 8 OS p m "10 " No. 9 " 31 ho claimed. Bond will die. 110 anil Bafc to take. For salo by Craig & Dychoti'r. Geo. 1 lot Nm. 1 anil 2 Jo not atop. 9 and 10 run no furW hve 'Mled our lands nnd herrliT Tho court of appeals decides that tho Junction Citr ther than IMwnrds, T II (N It ) 500 acres warn all wrMn SALE OF PERSONALTY. lor any purpose fnnn tniia.lni;on them Bocker, Stanford. banks that bought tho paper, with J. 3 12 halrer. under 'nalty of balancer. M. Thomas name forged to it by Hume a nilmliillrnlnr of (I (' Aliraliam. clu- - wit iaw proTiuco in aucit cnM. 3 02 Noxt year will not bo a leapjcar, nor Uunni, Johnson I) 100 acres ceiueil, I will kcII. at hU laic rildencn S. II IIArilllMAN. T II. NP.WI.AMl Clay, can not recover from Mr. Thorn- - will wo hnve ono till UKH. Tho conten- 7.31 llirr mlliV West of I'rnti Orx'hanl, on J W IIAIOIIMAN. Hampton, J. T. 75 acres A M I'KMIU as. K. M S IIAIOIIMAN nlol vcars must be divisible evenly bv Ilutcuioon, V. 1 acre l.n THiniSIIAV. JIAK Iiul. IMKI.in the following H, K. l'ATTI.HOX. MIC4 V OUIJll II. MIANKH, Mai nvjack. Two bank men havo sued Editor C. 400 In order to bo leapyears. Thlsdrop-E- . Jone-,Mr- s. j 3.45 friprrty miceliiir.'. I mule "Olt. i rikm! J F. I.VN.V E. W 1 lot J K llltt't'i: MoCornjlck, of tho Shepherdsvlllo ' vDg 0f th0 leap year is for tho purpose King, Wm 2 Vy WAUK JsO milk row. J ahoau. A atanil. Ur, 2 straw J. II Mrh'IN.NKY acres A M IKI.AMl. I j untLi:v sk wheal drill. nuaeur, jur w,wu eucn, oeeauso no 0f evening up a slightexccssor time due Martin, Geo. (N It.) 50 acres 116 ricks, I clover minI starV. I ring mower. hay rake, hoc Inn. t Itirn-In- g reflected on their otllclal conduct as tn th0 nrescnt method of adding ono Nallor, Joint 6 acres -- . 2 76 iilow. l cikkI harrow, alnglu plow, corn bank ollicers. hik'ka fixldir. ja jaj. t0 tho extended years. CO ahellrr. Mining mnrhlnii. !0o Xoaks, Mrs. Kllzabeth 50 acres 150 barrel corn. I lipatln alovo and other Tho State mine Inspector says that I 75 artlclesi too tolloiiH to mention acre Owsley, WVdey Term OR TRADE. T"1' ."E;U,VYtk",1L..i. . In 180S Kentucky's coal output was 3,- , , , Itoblnaon, Mrs. Elizabeth 13 acres... 1 20 on .Uy of .ale II A I'l.KAHA.ST.-'- Admr Made from pure - m; i full 01 it. fatal Knu; iwt nrtirci th (IJ,1.IJ bushols, the largest In the his30 lingers, Mrs Sarah ) acre farm oflKaere. In 'ioulhea.t Kansas tory of tho State. Hopkins heads tho cream of tartar. W7SFS& Smith, Mrs. Joe 130 acres 2 inllr. Irtim the Missouri line 160 til loraleo arechllls -- llhfer,lifidacl.r. .lull hfatjr pains IsriHlnarountrr tbhlle list With With 061,710 bushels. U.ii t. NATIONAL BANK on eaj Irrtusivr trade fur f.n,i In tntral Ken 4 02 FIRST luuroii. dlvlurgw from tho now, sure throat and Stephens, J. II. 1 lot cough Miller won tho blcyclo raco at San IVo't wasta pwlous time Stlgall, UKiy iss wf ii ,""i iu V" iiinerrnw In a 1 15 11 acres Jno (N. It.) III- STNltJUD, KY troche., tafdeta food FrancUco covering " 100 mlloa In 14T rnrap ,jrU rough with at once with lir nrior, treatlrgtbh trade ('Sits I Addn. Hot A. MsnU.rd, K Klniss tire It 5 70 Tho Ilrs 200 acres ilnbllaule remlT for hours, with Aaroneon Second, scoring Ilory. ththe diwaso Kcrms hcaU bronchial dispell, CAll OIICUAKI) COtOBKII. SUck $130,000. Sarjlni, 117 3C0 C.J.IU1 the luniri trouble It kill, .1,141. The record was broken by 170 and pretents tho ilrcadnl after cnVcts from the 11.1l Attention ol IhaMiMIr Is railed U the fart that 33 Iluford, Julia 30 acres thlals the onlr allonal Hank In htanfurd. Un in., "tT Curtis, Wm 0 acres- miles with four hours to spare. ffiftti'S .lR. 1.16 der the ru?lslons ol the National Hank Art C. Alum baking powders are the greatest Miss Salllo Woods, of near Salem, ' 25 depositor are swutr.1 notonljr he the rapllal stock, Delancy, Henry 3 acres...... ' mtnacers to health of the present day. but bj the stockholders llaMlllr lor an amcunl Tho wives of tho Sultan of Turkey lid., IsGl feet tall nnd iveighs 350 1 10 eiualln thestxirk so that deinsliorsof Ihlslnstlto Guest, ltell 1 acre uun are seeurni vy a iuuu 01 a.u,mtj r ,,e swore The pwnds. Shohnshad numerous oilers are divided into threo classes fivo of Holmes, Alex Ilrs 1 acre noTAt BAKma rowoea ca, mw vow. Tailor, 30 BLalemenu ol the condition ol the lUnk Are mad 2.V) of tho from museums, hut prefers to run her tho first, 24 of the becond and Statee 1.00 each year to the Cnltr.1 state.1 tioteninient anil Its Itlre, l'eler 1 acre aawt. are eiamtoM at Hue. hr doreruiuenl llttlo farm and do most of the work third. 30 accents, Ihu. Mcurlat additional and wrlect aAlet t Itice, Vary 1 acre Stanpokd, Ky., todeHwltcra. herself. FOIt I.A GKU'l'i: Lancaster A Crab Orchard Turnp ke This Institution nrlilnatlr established as the ! Woodford fiscal court fixed tbo AN HO.S'KST MUD1CINK Tho In 60.10 posit Hank ol Msnfurd Miiik.nl then rrr(anlied as In MBS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. .'. (o. (5J miles) lu IC3 indsfslc the National Usui of Kccvlvlne liiNl'all And George W Waltt of South Gardiner, levy of this year at 35 cents, divided as rwryanlxe-- l aa the llrsl Natlouat Itankof htanSjrd : Kcutncky. follows: Nino cents for genera', ex- Mo., says: "I have had the wort In IMJ, hasba--t practlcallj anunlnterruple-leils- t NO. 3 WAYNEdlJUIEG DIST. Goods. enrefura. jrears. It Is better supplied now wlU cough, cold, chills and crip and havo WHITE laclllllea for tranuctlnc buslneM nrouit.tlr and lib Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplcndsd penses; 21 cents for turnplko roads; 2 erally than erer tftre In Its lona: and oonorabls Goods Warranted. of no account but s. Porters C3nts to pay Interest on $50,000 of It. K. taken lots of trash 1.20 career. Arcuunis ol InJIilduals, Bduclarira,arnu Acton, Jas A (X) acres table. Everything 89 meet all trains. londs and create sinking fund; 2 cents profit to the vendor. Chamberlain's Hal., Earley lira 178 acres. 3.A0 atd ladlildaalasollclted. Fit Guaranteed. J DinicToas, to pay Interest on $10,000 of turnplko Cough Remedy Is tho ouly thing that liunn, lien l.. (.. l(.l l acres I ,o Give Him a Call. I'. Iteld, Unruln Co.; J. W Harden, Slanlord good whatever. I hac has dono any bonds, etc. r, II. IUuhusn, ' W. A. 40 acres Harris, i - 2.15 S.T. Hncker, T I. Hill, J S. tiottlo anil tno emus, llrocV, (S. A. 31 seres.. Jennings, ono of tho triplets born to ued ono 2.75 WM' Walton " W A TrlbWe, " ., Mr. Shenneflcld, and wife, of Pana. cold und grip have all left me. I Collier ,Cral Orrh'd Camden, Mrs. S A. fit) acres I 2.2 J. II D.Elmore, tjUnford. M. J. Miller, MC Vernon. M. of an during tho campaign of 18!i6, died congratulate Hie manufacturers Cliipnian, Mrs M K (N It.) 1W orricaat. from nolson. tho effect of entire- - dows- - honest medicine." For salo by Craig 4.00 J.S. Horarr, l'resldent: J. J MclUiberta Cs.bl, jcrts A a ;wrKlDn.r At.MantCaaiilfr & Hooker, Stanford. papers. Tho children were named in 1W Cranu Heiekinh 10 acres j honor of the presidential candidate, 1 20 The contract cot of tho new Maine Orinler, J. O. I7 acres Brj an, ono being named William, ono 2.75 Duiinauny, J. A 10 acres v fitfTStv rl ili'feSirjills is $2,835,000. and the other Bryan. 3 55 Dye, W D 67 acrcs. E JenningsJorgenson, or "Jack, tho Hair WEK EVtS A11KHUIG STHONO, J. W. Etibanks, Leach I'rs. 100 acres 120 Lincoln County Clipper," Is under arrest at Chicago, Iilir "Ulon tnfcde clear. tic rcmoied nit Faulkner. K P (N It.) 100 acres.... 4.5' sore eye of anyklnd g.anulateil National Bank. whero he was caught cutting the huir kiieedlly andlldi or OP BROOKLYN. U.OO eftYctuully cured by tho uo of Frailer. Kobt. 15 seres from a girl's nead. Ho confessed that Sutherland's fiiRle Fyo Sulve. It's put up Grillilli, W. D. (N It.) 180 acres 5.15 Tor Mork.lliKi.U'iii, C.IUl ho had cut the hair from the heads of In tulwu. and sold onMors. guarantee! Jeckley, J (X It ) 10 arres 120 kale at Penny's Drug rarmrr Hank A Trul i'iiuiitinf Caledonian : 300 girls and womon. Jorgenson says Kemper, Hi win W. (N It) 100 acres 2 35 audi umlrr uiu luanswrinrnt rutitluu- ouly for TJ cn. tho strange mania took hold of him four The Malno LegUUturo has refused I.CHch.Jus lint 50acrs I'M Co., Scotland. years ugo after an lllnets of several to submit unew the question of prohibi- l.eacb, O. V iN. It ) 62 acres - ,S5 -And Dealer in tion to tho voters. KOUNUICU 1HOB.; months. Leach, W A 125 acres 3 00 3ARNS3S, SADDL2HY, &C. Tbo Miles court of Inquiry Is In ses Rink, Mrs Mary 20 acres 70 slon und Gen. Miles was tho first wit Moore, Mrs. A K (N It ) 2i acres- - 2.30 KY. STANFORD. ncss. He explained that his choice of GO Nichols & ISobhilt 1 acre lluplngsuch biuineMi relations wlll.'prore luulwa). words before tho war investigating 8TAN10IUI. KY Rector, Thos. 35 acres liueAlal and pluLsaat. '.'50 commission was unfortunate. Ho did Itowlanil, (1 . 15 cares 2 10 IHIII.C10Ii.S-.- . not moan by tho words "protenso of 60 Suoar, It. 8. iN. It.) 6 acres . J.J. Ullllalos, ..... . f i v vjnsi iuiuijii.ll vu uuui;u iruuu, uui riu i bnow, W It (N. It.) 55 acres 120 Sr, J.8.(iIer, iKli, LlfLlUjuKfil Wllllaiu bjllovcd and still believes that tho U.I tiaajii sll hfJHi IllWal Ml i p Tiiblm, David iN It.) 12.5 acres 2 85 A. tt', Usriwiiter, "Sjt'jgMlamaamtluraiiuCiitggfa Unclortiilcor, suo of refrigerated beef was "on tho OuClu tt. II, Cmuiuiiiii, 06 KjUXXLluy . Wheeler, J W. (N It ) 127 acres... . 3 45 J. I! hynu, Hustonville, - - - Kentucky tneory oi un experiment, and a very 2,'W White, It L i.N It) 76 acres S. Il.baiili J. K Cash, '.. 1.H0 costly one." Woods, J 11.21 acres The Favorile Lino J. II lsler. Offers bis sertlrea to the people vftt'eat Mtroln : and Vuif muutlee Wright, Jesse J 15 seres ull slue k oKufflusand task, 2 75 iirnci;ii-THE COLSON STORY elaalwarsuu hand 2 27 S. It hhauks, I'realdenli U. H. Carivuter, Marsgrr. Monday, Mar. 13, 1899. hmgetun, 0. Ilrs acres COLMIKD IlEC'HUlTS. . rotcd for Androw Jackson, died at tU 1UC11 VMA.lt IN AilVANCM Sholbyvlllo. Great damnco wss tlono to oyster mv When not eopaut S3. BO will b charted. bed on tho Virginia coast oy tho re cent freeze Tho court of appeals afllrmcd tho death sentence of Hob Hrown, tho I JL l I Glasgow murderer. CM The court of appeals holds that In tho assessment of franchises, it must bo MENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. at their actual value. Three firemen were, killed and five No. 8 ArrriTesat.tanfrtitat t 0 A. 2 t Stanford NO. 4 Injured by falling iron and stono nt a Itowlandat IJ i hat. No. 21 Arrises al tiro in Philadelphia. UaTea Stanford at . J 30 f, . No A Iiuro Iclelo fell from a roof at Kan- is City and tho sharp point falling on KNOXVILLE DIVISION. tho head of U. O. Glbcon pierced his .11 37 p to brnln, killing him Instantly. No. 24 Train folne, North ...... . ill am " " No,M " F. J. Perkins, of Shelby, who claims . TJ l nl " South...... No. M " . lJIpm he has no ' No. a " assets, wiped out his $7,000 For allltVdnts. indebtedness by taking tho bankrupt r a'bliartvasd.Tvi.wwAavj-- s LSa.A3Txld.av Six pcoplo died nt Now Orleans from cold and exposure Dr. Jcrmnn Maker, ajjed 00, and who IftjiraJWffl II I HE 1 Uarbourvlllo has organized a com J. II. Tlnsloy president. The purposd is to Induce to loeato manufacturing Industrie tli ore. The council was asked to submit a proposition to soil $10,000 worth of bonds lor street Improvements and to adopt a resolution to make all new en terprises tax froo for flvo years A company of 41 men was mustered Into tho Statu guards Saturday. Frank Horn was selected a captain; William Sawyers ns 1st Lieutenant, and Hunter Gibson as 2d Lieutenant. morclal olub with Judgo . 1 Rmbry, Ilclltnwn lot 3.761 , 1,10 Marlah town lot 2.26 la n candidatentfor tho I.e;llattire. subject Olvens, Anthony Ilrs town lot to the, action tho democratic party. 2.75 Ooocb, Frank town lot SO acres...., Oooch, William - 3 30 M. James, Henry town lot.. - 8,2 Announces hl canitldncv for to tho Jones, William town lot - 2.70 theofllcoof Ilcprcaciitntlre from of county tho tie-omncol... subject to tl.o action 4 4J Lackey, Will lottn lot 1.10 tj'iiiKloni. .Minnie, i ncro, . tagan, Mary 12 seres ... 70 D. D. S., W 1.05 MfiAHstcr, Joe, town lot 2.70 Mlddtrton. Tom town lot L.nticaHtcr( Montgomery, John 1 sere 2 20 25 Teeth Extractod Without Paln.l Montgomery, llsitnali U scrr 3.00 With Vltntlrrd Air -Myers, Jess li.irn lot I'hjalclsn In ancc. 3 Owsley, Mute I own lo- tOnicc In tlin New Thompson UuHtllng. .'. . . 3 25 Ssndldce. John 3 acres...' Ml S'tnllh, ltolit ncrc. 2 70 tewari, llarri'on 10 nrn- 2.2.5 William-- . Alice 3 seres FHYSICIAU AMD CIlUaOIST, S5 U'oodt, Sltrlliy (N It I acres 2.20 NlOKlNNICV. - KlCNTtJCKY. Hajs, W llllam j aero - 2.70 llavdcn, Tun town lot Hickman, Viuitoc 111 acres - 2.70 l'reorl nt Ions Ciirefiitlr Com turn mini Hay or .NlRht. lo.6ni Stanford, I)k Ulvcr.V Garrard Co.. 21.10 Turnpike Co , (ol miles) NOTICE TO Stanford Oit-oi- ! Turnpike Co. 0.12 (2 miles) I liaro on hand and for tale Gil-son- JOHN II. MILLER M HON. P. NORTH I a BEAZLEY, Ky. ' 1 Dayton, Limn to ledo, Detroit, M. LOADER, ) ear-loa- rt (leorpe-tow- n the m 5 1 1 6 POSTED. RoVal against alum. 1 k-- Baking Powder Safeguards the 1 1 FARM FOR SALE ?&Z,!foffi nnfr-let-x"? rl H. RUPLEY, Merchant Mason Hotel first-clas- s, Iancaster, Vlntcr Ure-tlc- J.C.JVlcCLiAY M 50-ce- nt con-III- FIRE INSURANCE Insurance Company Insurance PHISNIX of TTNDSaTASBR! Solicits Your Bank Account, SHERIFFS SALL R.B.MAHONY.Agt, ' ..,! .! FOR TAXES. II PIWlsMSMSMaajwiWlSl qi J. T. SUTTOKT, 10-- t A Welland, Joseph 100 acres 2 27 J, II Owslev.Caskler, llils'ut, Ami NOTICE are In Ihu truilu wllh l'alla llrnurhuiiil olher good Cimls AImi llaj C.irii, Oau Miliwlulf, rinur. Ac Weal.., huiullu llrli k und hand, KuiiiliiiIht un 111L.1 I m n... ducta In uvcliufiRo Prompt dellwry uml ntleutluu to all orderH. Ufflee and brute uur u. a. .x.uiiKii, Tell Klmnu Nil II. We CECIOAGO. I - 1 YOU GET MORE Couiler-Journ- P B. Wo also curry hewing Maehluia Parts and Attachment and do all kind of repairing. C1) 1'KltftIN .t. I'DIT k Southern Railway TUB .. I'npcrH One Year For 50 IIJ'Q Twke-A-WV- 0 ttEiTBT i'K.NETUATKS SYSTEM. d, EIGHT GREAT STATES R)l Kentucky. Tennessee., Vlrgliila, OeorirU .North and South Carolina, Alabama, MlssUalppI, Through Sleeping Cars Between Hmcrkaii. I NlK: "KSKK ""!. j"'u sass 1 a. 1 lnilavlllo am' the South, s wterrV.''.' hiu, Only THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way betweou Louisville no J l.ojlngtoo W. A. TURK, m Washington, II. O. 1' A.. U. (J aVastL JIZ A 0 V Kt.. Waalilnluu. U. CW HfAAruau Kv. W. II. TAYLOE. A PA y . -i mMiMiiniafise..i-.,mi4r"M- .