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NO. 1 Harry Howard, nged 17, nnd Hosa No small-po- x Mr. and Mr. M. F. Spaw aro rojolo- hero yet. though sev- Mrs. V. H. Smith, of ijllver Creek, A General Order lo In constant fear of it. Id? over another baby at their house. Smith, 15, were married at Huntsvlllo. in mlil to have tiled of the drend spinal oral uro An Insano woman nt Hockford, III., Quito b number ut voting people at- - John French, who lost hi wife a short inrnlnclllf. Hat Jim Uauihman, Gcoriso Muhan nnd tended tho social at tlni collego Friday time ago, ha been vory low with rrrlp, killed her sick husband with Iron. -vbut U much better nt this writing. kMcDowoll are candidates ior Ham Mrs. Mary Jones will move to hor J. C. Coulter says his brother, W. T. II. S. Snlo, aged 80, a wealthy Georshcrlft In lloylo county. OF IJUYF.HS. Coulter, had fearful bail luck with his gian, wedded his dead son's young Tho eye of Hlohard HaWtead was farm near Pine Hill and Reuben We shall endcavnr to give better value tlun ever known. The season demands bet wlfo at Washington, Pa. out by n pleco of Umber nt tho Una, of Livingston, will occupy her lambs during the cold weather two material. Our lino of tcr goods, stylish apparel, up O. P. Alford, Jr., of Lexington, Ky. weeks ngn, lotlng half of them. Hut It rc.ldenco. planing mill ut Mlddlesboro. Club has' A. II. Edwards, of North Carolina, turns oat that Willis' lambs were Ilka and Miss Iiura Carmlchcal, grand- Tho Somerset Dramatic , there were but twoof daughter of tho late John Randolph socti red George Buiuman, ot tho Nat bought a town lot from Willis Adam tho editor's ho,-and manager, or J.VW). This lot In located mar the them (Tucker, were married at Lexington, Itelas Co., a InttrucUtr Will be the best, our prices the Iowet. Hliirl. I'ndcrwear Hats and Neckwear. A faw morning ago when Enoch Va. William P. Grlder. who had been n railroad. We are the leaders. We aro MHKCHAN T TAILOKS Arthur McLwIog, of Louisville, was) member of tho llaptlst church for "l Tho Presbyterian church was filled Wilkinson, colored, wont to feed his aged SI, says, tho by an audience Interested In temper-unc- o hogs, ho found that a large raccoon had given tils choice between marrying a years, died In Adair, work last Sunday night at the driven thorn from their bed nnd impro girl or going to tho penitentiary. Hd News. IJANVIXUE, priated to hts own use, and had to bo ' lw.1,1,.1.1 till, flnullt mnf(i.1 ,lllu girl. 136. .l,n.Vt.V.M, UUWM.....IJ ....... It... li fl K. Hasoldon.of Uneaslor, for Wlllard Memorial meeting. John Vanklrk, of The cakcr In tho declamatory con- - killed before It would relinquish Its a Oltor, and W. T. ono oocro"crooro cnr(jew5"o"trcro o for a toy pistol, hnvo been tost at the college Wednesday evening claim. o were Mioses tannin Sparks, Nitnnlo Mr Joe Williams, of the Ml. Salem patents. o granted Maceabjo will Curmlcal, Minnie Fredrloks, Delia Ar- sect'on, und Miss Florcneo Wesley cnt one. This nhows plainly that ho Is o Tho Junction City o business building nt nold, Alma Hrooks and Messrs John wero married Tuesday morning at the struck 00 the family. erect n two-iutW. Va., Richard1 At Huntington, o residence of Dr. J. T. Wesley, father of that placo and have tho second story IUkcr, It. Colyer nnd Orover Price. o Mrs. Margaret Fish has been quite III the bride. After the ceremony by Nov. French, 81, and Miss Maligna Drown, for their lodge room. o o II. V. Fuguo P. L. Creech, the bride and groom 22, were married. It Is tbo first niiKMlhound wore sent for to traek ut her homo at Iluckeyc. o of both, tho groom claiming that lot of has concluded In tempt fortune's smiles drove to the hfflna of Dr. John Wil o the thieves who stole u Inrge Ml. Vernon and will run n planing liams, where a reception was given he was never In love, until ho met Miss o merchandise from tho store of Jonas In H row n four months ago. mill nnd other machinery for making them. o Wagers In Madison county. W. M. Deltzman, lato owner of the plow handles, etc. Mrs Helen U rooks o Sotno two weeks aio Charley MoTho body of James Hlgolow, of o In Order to Mako Room for Spring Style. Whortcr and John Spears were out on Louisville Critic, replies to his wife's who dlsapieared 10 day ago, Is Uslllng her pircnts. Wayne, o I 'rot. Drown has a goodnchool a horso swapping lour, and while in the lctltlon for dlvorco by alleging Imlino. It was found ovor tho Tonnosneo o nt Level Green. Prof. Hrown's famo Wuynesburg vicinity, they mot a mun proper conduct on her part and an ut Is supKiied he froze to death. o riding a very line mule and Spears pro-oe- d tempt to kill him with arsenic, as the o Jack Lovott, a Williamsburg loy, as a teacher continues to spread and no reason for his abnuopnmcnl. to swap his maro for It. Tho o O was killed at tho battle of Santiago. faetlon desires to undermine his good Hen Way, of Louisville, whoo mar-rialunuencu Sam Pennington and wife Waynosburg man seemed to admire tho Ho Joined the army unJcr un nsumed to MUs Grace Taylor, daughter ho had examined her closemare, after name. News of his death has Just been hnvo moved luck to town. County . . .t...' .'j.fc r w J.....'.. -- . Clerk James Grlllln, an olllear who at- ly, nnd John, thinking he had struck a of Richmond's exostmaster, last sum received. tend. strictly to his duty, Inn moved to soft snnp, began to chuckle in his mer, cuuscd u sensation, Tiled suit for v.. Vr The Somerset council pascd an ordl of making a good a divorce, alleging force und duress iho nance prohibiting tho granting of his new residence on Spring street. sleeve ntHut the man look u second look were Used to securo tho marriage. trade. license to wholesale or reiall liquor F. Welch Is the guost of his brother, William C. Johnson, of Falrvlew,! and turning to John, said within a mllo of tho corKira- - I). N. Woleh. I). L Carter Is foreman at tho mure dealers of Langford's stone quarry. Their thai the trade suited him exactly, and Ind., und Miss Lena Sweeney, of tlou lino of tho town. the mare was a "dalty," but lack- Hloomington, 111., met for the first time Tho -- ourl of appeal held In case of many friends wuloomo Mr. and Mrs. that ed four lugs and ho was afruld ho would at u party ut tho first named place. C. Jctt.Plnovllle, whowaatlned J10Q W. J. Sparks back to Mt Vernon thl P. opt be able to Und any to 111 her'. And Two hours ufter tllo. Introduction they, for tho sale of llnuor, that tho Act of week. John II. Vaughn nnd Miss Nannie Jones were married at Conway last putting spurs to Ills mule, rode uwa, sllpied off from tho crowd und were' Wl had been repealed by tho adoption t. married. leaving John gazing at him with of tho later Act for tho government of Wednesday Mr Il.tllii Harber Hume, widow of John tried to biro Charley, fourth clasa towns. kind woi:ds7 nul Cu tell, but II was too good to keep. the late Curtis H. Humis of the Furm- Will Sholton and George Massle.two Entirely New Patterns. The latest and most beautiful combination of crs' National Hank, Richmond, was T. S. U. ASH OTIIKIW NOT SO KINIt. Infant In tho eye of the law' lofttho'r colors. married to Joseph Joplin. of Omaha, I and at Lotlng-to- n homes at Hurrodsburg There are com bujers by the scoie. Nob., late of the volunteer army, just While W. P. Walutn wa barking joined tho army. Just as they wore his shins on the rungs ot that ladder despite Iho largo yield of 'U3. Prices returned from Manila. Thoy will re- about to leave for Annlston, Ala., they he doubtless was meditating upon that range from il.'ii to $1.50. sldo at Omaha. wore arrested and taken back homo. Grlver River was on a rampage Sun p.msage of scripture which says one A preacher not far away used the fol- -. Tho faculty of Central University de nughi to love his next door neighbor day but was fordablo Monday morning; lowing ceremony, after which tho un-- , cided the row In tho literary societies tt as himself but in Goote Creek hadn't subsided ut fortunate young man followed tho ex Record. to who should Ite chairman, by naming Tho publication ot tho Stanford IN- - Diinnvlllu we had no mall that day. ample of tho last rose of summer and II. M. Motlolt, whoso olectlon has been TIlKIOIt JOL'llNAI. was susitended larl What line ixtslal facilities we Caseyltes wilted: "Wilt thou take hor for thy enjoy! bitterly fought for chairman nnd wcok on account of a case of small-o- x pard, for better or for worse, to have, tonight for tho oratorical sji being In tho building In which It is Mr. William Wheat, a prominent to hold, to fondly guard till hauled olf lest. printed. TheJOl'UNAL Is so good a merchant of Mt. Salem, and Miss Jen- in u hearoo ? Wilt thou let her havo K. C. passenger The north-bounpaper that being deprived of nn Issue is nie Williams, a school teacher of this her way, consult hor many wishes, train, running at the speed of 40 miles almost as bad as having the small kix. ounty wero united iu the holy bonds make tho lire up eery day and help ncnrUyb-'thlan- a an hour, ran Into a land slide of matrimony nt the homo of the blide, - ClovorHtrt News. V Wilt thou give Tuesday, derailing several oars Tho INTKIIIOU JOUKN'AI. was a llttlo Yosemltc, Sunday, Squire J. A. Wall her wash tbo dishes Sold iroin sample, ouh. Cut to tit your your room and no waste. hor till tho stuff her llttlo puma can were badly innnd tho engine which Takes on y IS hours after ordering. Aloquetio Uugi of all stzei. ie late last weekon a.ocounl ot n ease ot olllolallng. pack, buy a boa und a muff und u withwill please c ill and s'.'e the samples. jured. AH tho passengers escaped Tho writer Is In receipt of a letter small-po- x developing In the tamo Wilt thou comfort and out hurt. building In which the paper Is pabllsh'- - from Private Robert Halo, of tho -- Jud hor father und mother, Aunt Tho Atlanta Limited, which goes a cd. When It came li was as froth as Infantry, mailed at Honolulu, Feb. III. 8upKtrt iH Jemima, Undo John, three sisters and placed bn fir wa-- t In the 2nd Ky., and he says It Hying, ran against a cross-li11 May morning full of epigy reading. Hale a brother?" And his face growpaloand Corinth, and tho engine During the track near Editor Walton's long reign at was as warm In Hawaii then us It got blank; It was too lato to jilt, us through and two ears woro derailed, damaging the head of this excellent paper, last In Chlcknmauga bint summer. It was tho chael Hour ho sank, ho sadly said, them considerably. Paler MoiTett, the week was tho llrst time It has overfall-- . on the morning ot the lllth that tho 1 wilt." only iterson hurl and engineer, was the i'd lo be mailed at tho appointed hour. thermometer registered XI below ut An exchange says a gentleman lnvl was 13 days his Injuries ilro serious. Tho cmuine of thU place. Tho Columbia Nuws. tl o passengers Is almost a miracle. It was ted somo friends to dinner, und us the from FrUco to Honolulu. Ir ever n man answered as woll as (iencral Line Including almost every Alice and James Hutchlns, Infants, tongs to the conundrum, "Long legs, to leave there for Manila tho 15th, to colored servant entered tho room ho accidentally dropped a platter which have filed suit In tho Ijincator elrcuit short thighs, bald head nnd no oyes," arrive ut lt destination In 21 days. C. C. held tho turkey. "My friends," said court by their father, James Hutchlns, 11s Judge French Tipton, of tho Richagainst Win. Purr for JIU.uou unmitgos. mond Pantagruph, we have never seen tho gentleman In un impressive tone, jiioItKH'alili, ioi. genPurr Ih postiuustor and conducts a flat-woo- Mm and yet ho has the audacity, tho the rril.r.iflhii will I ilmvU tu Intra "never In my Hie havo I witnessed, un thftt lltrr ! It lstiit iu ilreailej Iim e that m1 so fraught with disaster to tho eral merchandising business nt brazen effrontery and tho unmitigated In. Iwo l.l I" cuir In U luita'rasml mat orcnt It Is alleged In tho etlllon that gall to write this; Tho sight of Editor ruiCauiih Hill's I utarihl'urvh lh ouly Ca- - various nations of the globe. In this lUtchets for Wire Fence and Sadd es, Harness ami Whips world without end. Any i. Ite run known tu the niolitiil rratfrnltf Purr placed "rough on rats" on nrtl-n'- e Walton, and hlsgun-barra iMiiumilioual iIImwt, rciilrH thing you want in Groceries ! logs,ravl tarrh Mnii tritmi nt Halt's Catarrh Curs laa Itkru calamity we boo the downfall of Turfood bold In his storo, presuma- lug Into his office by means ot a ladder key, the upsetting of Greece, tho deof lulrrnallr.acIlL JirntlT lllxll theliHKj.1 auj UIU- of raU, nnd tlitrebr ilratmjlii Hie struction of China und thu humiliation bly for the destruction In order to escape tho small ikx plague nKiturIairaattlira)iuiii. ami giting l llH'Ua. alalWn ltni of Africa." placed the poison In such a careless now attendant upon Stanford, must airaiMtn ! ul Hie iHillmng un lu ou.tuuiiuii aiw a liiilolrit ita urk manner that the Hutchlns children hnvo been worth golpg miles to see. rhlliu uatioc fallh In Ha ruratltr Tho imirMsrs iuw,n that tlwy inu li liar A man named Rowland Is said to discovered and ato It, narrowly missing Hut the old man, like Spvnco Cooper, ult.r Hue HiiiKlml lUliu fur anjr ra that It Ulli YOU CAN'T IliriTER A havo Invented u system of telegraphy lt.1 1' Iu rur. sir tleutli. I . .1.1 llt.- - 1 a vu., luimo, u Aillraw, "riz" nnd como In splto of obstacle. are by which two ordinary typewriters bttl hr Itrtiiantt., 7tc A nrr.'nvlllo L'lrl deserves tho eako 1 ho JoriiNAi. came to hanil, the same lljlla IViuiirilUiulBllioUit. connected by electric wires, tho Instrufew oculDgs since upprouintod. visitor, after a delay of 24 for conundrums. A ment ut "tho other end reproducing SMAM.-POA man who CfKi: Foil she nut the ouesilon to her sweetheart, hours. It Is hoped Editor Walton und what Is written ut this. Its other adFor a cast plow or a "Why wero tho boys who lofl hero for all other good ultlzonsof Stunford.havu lias tried it says this Is u sure cure or vantages are immense Increases in tho ii seat of u man's srpn tho worst of tho scare. preventive tu sinau-the luto war like tho kuiusuk distance ihut messages cau bo sent, tails, H grains sulphate ot zlno; put Into without roluylng, tho saving of half thu trousers" This was a oor, but tho i ClIAMllKltl.AIN'S COUtlll ItKMF.UV. ft pint of pure water, sweeten with young fellow made nn effort. nutubcr of operators und ubsoluto proThis remedy Is intended esieclally For a steel plow. Wejhave shako. Dose us preventive, ono ho vontarud, "they were worn agulnst wire tupping. coughs, colds, croup, whooping lablespoontujl thrice dally, and samo tection am out In tho service." No; that was not for u cough and lullucnza. It has become doc every two hours when (ever Is Order hnvo been. Issued lo tbo hos PR-ICE- S It. Then ho thought ho had It. they woro so ibpoatcMly sat famous for Us cures of these diseases, high untlLfovor Is controlled. Tho pltal ship Relief to sull for Manila ut On ull the goods, and b;g that you call and see us before buying, uH)ii," hu said. The young lady shook over u largo part of tho clyllizod world. gentleman adds ho never know this tho carlleat possible moment, and to move ut us good speed us ts safe. Tho Ho gavo It up und then nho Tho most Mattering testimonials htivo remedy to fail. her head. rainy season has commenced thero und informed him that It was "Hecuuso been received, giving accounts of Its HWtAKK'H IKON .NCHVi: they wero never Intended for tho good works; of the aggravating und Waa ll. nwiTt ot bla UuillJ hvalllt. IliJoml-Ull- o much sickness Is expected umong our ar uul will aud i.,JS, Iterslstont coughs It has cured; 0 se- whnvbtuiuarhj trsuieuiloua eurrfy anU Howaliluuiut soldiers. ar front." Hartford Herald. Uitr Kliln . m vere colds that havo yielded promptly uul of onltr. Itjuu waut i iiuallllri au.l Iho has been universal Interest in, There Ub w Pr. Klus'a Coi.oiti:i) IlKCituiTH. Tho war de- to Its soothing effects, aud ot tho dan- aunt-- tutr Wliiif. tajwrr of l.raln Se tujjr, 1111a. atul Uuljr Ihrf ilt rloii vtvry tho Illness of Kipling. Except tho partment has wlrou Lteul. W.T.John. gerous attacks of croup It has cured, ii nnta at lVnsr's Prui; Mors. a President ot tho United States thero Htoii, recruiting officer nt Lexington, oft.cn saving Iho life of the child,. Tho A brunch of the anibvaccloutlon so- is probably no ono whose sickness Steamer Connections,from to enlist colored uppllcauts for oxtenslvo use of It tor whooping cough Ky., Route, witlr Its rail and w&lch holds that the practice Is would havo occasioned such generul cavulryund Infantry service, Bonding has shown that It robs that disease of ciety, the North forms 'Cincinnati and barbarlous and useless, is trying to Interest. It Is u tribute to genius. He Sold by the former 10 Fort Grout, Arizona, and all dangerous consequences. to Florida and have uii'lnjuuctloqj wued against tho is novr'out of danger. the shortest lino tho latjer to I'Vi t Douglas, Salt Lako Craig &, llooker, Druggists. pupils of public tsbools In Louisville S Fast Double Dally West India points. nitv. This Is an excellent oi)trtunlty Thoro aro now over 250,000 words In Klttlo Hlgbee, who was onco a Ken being forced to vaccinate. to Jacksonville. for young colored men to got into tho Uuguago acknowledged by Je- - tho English Pullman Service through ......li,.,. nrmv. Recruits for white In tucky bello, und who lived a dual life, STOItY Of ,V fcLAVK. tho best authqrlttes, or about 70,000 FLORIDA AND HAVANA The famous CINCINNATI, t tor yaars lir tlia roglmonU are also us a courtesan und a strict church Tu l lauaJ. barnl anJ fantry und cavalry lu tho Gorman, French, (w, member, died at Columbus, O. Iler rhaln. of .IImum li h worst fuilu ufaUrory,, inch mora than Johnservice to Florida via the LIMITED solid vestibuled rk wanted. Apply to Lieut. W. T. 1. WUIiaui,utMauchMlar,MI(;h talli haw combined. sister, Mrs. Kelley, of Lako Vlqw, Ky., a alar waa wala fnw, ilu aajra: "My wifa uaa Spanish and Italian Loxlngton, Ky. Southern Railway, and ston, Main St., aha Ikmu au htluJaw fjr lit yura Queen & Crescent, a was horrified to Und the rcalfact's when turu over iu rwl alvua. Altar llial two could uul buitlea ol U.Ibj The Pullman Faheo Car Compauy Is r direct steamship con- ork she went to seo the dying woman. ' F.C.& P. Railway makes coroner's jury ut Now The turning out the finest car ever built, to of tho killing ot i lot famaW ulaauaijauair saraa nsr roiuneaa. ai.. c(w. 2.V000. It Is I0r I'rCSlUOUt clears up tho mystery nection on arrival at Miami (East'Coast) or at Tampa (West Coast) for liujlaulhulf. bsaAarhe. hackacbr. falutluiti . . John Heuckartj who has just Miss Kulhorluo J. Adams by mercurlo to tho lunatjo asylum, was sever! and iliaiy apcUa, Thu winds workiug tuwiMaa I son, o - the Pennsylvania rauroaii a tHlH'iiJ Ut.waak, alia.lv, ruti iluwa tvoi'lti. cyunld, udralnlstercd by Harry C. Corn- sent ago Key West, Havana, Nassau, Santiago, San isty arrested with Dick jPurlflw rvtiuy,iiti auantoisut. vwy iuia. pum vj W. Fowling, of tho Car Prucs" Wf ish, by Hndlnc that It had been' sent years Grey tor tbo lisle Mercury, mourns tbo death ot his and ail West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to Ina.bottluXf bromoseluor by Roland und Herman In f iivlnnlnn Vam.i ,of l rlltn n1Awlri Admiral Saliloy was'glvun.u banquet oged mother, Mrs. Nancy Fowling. New Orleans. Ftee books and Information by addressing, Tho latter was at onco U. Mollneux. was convicted. Grey CLUk at UaltlmoraVnd was prWuted with it w. a. us apaus stmcct. cHicaao. uu. put In Jail. He U tho tou ot u wealthy them and Purklns mot private ot tbo Uh It Is said that a death ut tbo costly medal.of gold and diamonds as a w. c. mtttaaaoN, otM'L rass-aa- . mint, cincinnsti, o. iir,iuivn man. Tho uttemnt woh to ot Ooorjo Portwood, who Is now testimonial from the people of his na- Ky. returned with $2,600 spot cosh won hands Cornish, of whom ho was murder bunwlltailHial fca4Wia.a.0.atoaiwa.laiialUaaulMaatal,-Ua4aa4aUTUa.'- t. by shooting craps. serving a llfo scnnco at Frankfort. tive State. I SPECIAL NOTICE ! Increase The Army !. CLOTHING The Globe, J. L. Prohman & Co., Telephone No. ooo KV. oo oooooooooo" ry mar-riug- WallPaper AT COST. Jaier B. McROBERTS. 000000000000000000000000000000000000 .x r.-- W. .'.. ... I CARPETS! Cotton, Union, All Wool Ingrains, I I 1 anion-Uhmcu- I 1 Spring Samples Now on Display. I I I I I I 1 I I I fl. fix-In- ir -- d Brussels, Moquettes, Velvets, Axminsters. 1 La-d- I I I I e H. J. M'ROBERTS. 1 cSV!! --'- nd lo t Stoves for both. Heating and Cooking. iir el BEAZLEY & CARTER. Sa X, VCfliOAKT (BICBBBg ? FLOW "Ho-cause- ," r, i "Ho-catu- IMFjEMKAIi K.EIDTJOEID S. li. WBAREN & SON. THE QUEEN rl m I i INCRESCENT r?i7j""r --- SffiTO liti 's'ud-deu- ..... 1- ... pY40Z ... Mliom-iMaoa- Juan, Mr.-Job- iur4f ly pp?Rwwp'" TWtl ! Judgo Cochran has been decided on for U. S. Judgo to succeed IJarr; tho Enquirer had a dead open and Ky.. Mak. 3. 1899 Stanfokd. shut scoup that Evans was tho lucky man and tho Commercial Trlbuno claimed that Judgo Holt had a cinch W. T. WALTON. on tho plum. Wo hopo tho latter paper Is right, but as wo said baforo, wo fear 000. The Kith Congrc, which will put ho Is too good a man to bo selected. Thocrlmoof Cain was enacted In up Its shutter for tho last tlmo Covington yesterday. Dick Craig shot II. V. MeCnqsNKY, county school lins been one of tho moat eventful nnd killed his brothor Jako over a wonnd edistneo tho civil war. It declared war superintendent of Livingston, man. is a canagainst a forolgn foe, saw It fought to tor of tho Livingston Banner, Tim Crall, 10. nearly had bis head ratified tho treaty didate for superintendent of public In successful Issue and severed from his body by u companion struction. As ho is educationally, po- -j providof peace, nil wtthln a year. It at Loltchtleld, while chopping wood, it mill ed for a great volunteer arraVi enlarg- lltlcnlly and othcrwiso all right in tho of Jefferson. Tho silence that rolgned was an accident. ed tho regular army and expanded tho being tho only nowspappcr man of Posoyvlllc, Porace, tho craft will feel a decided inter at Its conclusion was largo enough to Sthephcti Glower, navy to war emergencies. Tho tariff sey county, InJ., murdered his wlfo and him cut. g was revised by tho DIngley bill and af- est In him and do Its best to secure mother, and took his orn llfo after Tho compromise Army Reorganizaterwards to meet war expenditures In the nomination. houso on tiro. tho tion bill was passed by tho Senato with aldltlon to providing for a bond Issue. Six of the eight enlisted men who A NKW party to bo known as tho Unthetc, Hawaii was annexed ion Reform Party, which Is to advocate only 13 votes in opposition. Mr Gor- were made by tho court of Inquiry to Besides tho and a National bankruptcy bill, which direct legislation under tho Initiative man's amendment providing that picked out perma- taste samples of canned beef was not needed, was passed. Much oth- and referendum system and occomullsh army should not be Increased was tho kind served tho army. er Important legislation was enacted, many other reforms, has been launched nently, or boiond July 1. 1001. Veteran soldiers of the lato wnr nt eomo good, sorao vicious, but on tho at Cincinnati. As nothing good can adopted In slightly modified form. Tho Atlanta propose organizing tho Berry, Bugwhole the expiring Congrcs9 did well coma out of that wicked city, tho 13 dissenters were: Bate, Association, the Idea and will go Into history along with tho bantling Is discredited even before It is ler, Caffrey, Chilton, Clay, Daniel, being to wlpo out all feeling. Hoar, Martin, Pcttlgrew, Turley, Vest finn. Tnral must answer to a court great bodies, though It developed no fairly born. and White single man of greatness. Sutitlago. martial for surrendering cau-mTub president seems to bo struck on The democratic Congressional Had he known how scary Shatter was THE Breckinridge News, which by Senator ray, dem. of Delaware. Ho bent mtnnti'il resolutions declaring a 0 hold It till now. tho way is a beautifully printed and him to help mako a treaty of peaco colonial policy to bo "contrary to tho he might havo Tho social grand jury nt Lexington Inexcellent paper, has a column headed with the Spaniards nnd now It Is said theory of our government" and against Police "Tho News up to Date," which should that ho will make him a U. S. judgo on structing tho minority members of tho returned Indictments Judgo John J. Riley and Magistrate d "News That Was up to bo headed instead the expiration of his Senatorial term Foreign Affairs Committee ussertlng Oldham for malfeaanco In office. to Dato." In its issuo of March 1, un- tomorrow urgo a resolution On )ellllon of tho theatrical people der tho former head, it publishes vertho purpose of this government to in Chicago, n bill has been Introduced News Notation" Philippines batim tho "Brief It is stated that Gen. Miles and Sec transfer all claim upon the forbldlng nrlntn.l In thl nnnor Feb. 24. It was retary Alger aro related. His enemies to an Independent native government, In the Illinois Legislature all paid performances on Sunday. up then, Brer Babbage, but1- have never said anything worse of the as soon as one has been established. Thn doctors at Henderson say tho you couldn't pass It off as Iresh on our- general. "Kentucky republican nover entered ccrebro-splnmeningitis there Is not constituency, alter It was a weeK oiu, upon a State campaign under such and they will this of contagious form, notwithstanding for It demands tho news red-hAND POLITICIANS. POLTICS conditions as about 40 deaths havo occurred from It. often from the wires. We do not obsays tho Hartford Republican. Tho Senate unanimously passed tho year," The stockholders of tho defunct Ut ject to your using our condensations, Yes Indeed. There are great chunks fur820,000,000 to pay ranks. National, of Scdalla, notified of a you oughtn't to try to palm It off as bill appropriating but of harmony In the republican ther assessment, making lOOiier cent. Is a week or two Spain. when It D. WhltOBcattcrlng tacks deelded to resist Its payment Tho Intorest bearing National debt There's John old, even on your hayseed readers. path of Coneressman met and I was 1,010,733,270 and the total In the bicycle March vowing In the courts. Borclng; John Henry WiUon To rebuke pestiferous Filipino tho IT looks gloomy for democracy to debt 81,427,007,904. vengeance on Congressman Pugh; tho Monadnock dropped a shell Now York, Maryland, In- - j Edward P. Thompson, of Indianapobserve that referring to Senator Doboo as monitor governor Into tho church at Multibon, demolishdlana, West Virginia, New Jersey, and olis, Ind., lias been selected as posta d n fool; Evans and Todd carrying ing the building and killing a number Wisconsin, which were each represent- master of Havana, Cuba. knives for each other; Jolly putting by two democratic Senators four j After March 4 tho Senate will bo of the rebel ed trouble In tho way for Franks' crowd, 27 dcmO' Tho Illinois Central roundhoUfO at years ago, will bo represented entirely composed of 55 republicans, In and factions of tho republican party by republicans. Amontr thoso who will cruts and eight populists. . nf oUn Ulntn PAIlU' tl 11 .! - fit. Louisville quantity of locomotives - tv - nod a largeburned. Threovuluablo mav The Houso military affairs com.nlttco ul"e"'uus"' rctiro tomorrow aro Gorman, Turple, ..e j Murphy, Smith, Mitchell, Faulkner, Al- - has agreed to accept tho Senato Army caun inner believing tho republicans chinery were dosiroed. Tho lo-- s reasons for len and Roach. Tho only source of com- -' bill without amendment. to $75,000. when tho Kllkcnnoy amounts There havo already been flvo chang will get together fort Is In the fact that tho democrats The Mississippi supremo court sajs News. Is over. Paducah camo near carrying the House, but that es in McKinlcy's cabinet and ho has tight Dr. V. II. Lipscomb, convicted of liols- too is clouded. Tho republicans havo only been president two years. onlnga man for tho put pose ol securing BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. just enough majority to Increase it to 'Carrollton is to have a $25,000 public Insurance money, must spend tho rest It has cost 81.500,000 to deport Span- of his llfo tn prison. their heart's content with contestants building, both Houses of Congress hav ish soldiers. who havo no claim on seats, except, ing passed ablll to that effect. O. M. Flggat, who us cashier of tho About $100,000 was lot by a tiro at Bank of Lexington, Va.. robbed it of that the party In power needs them fori' Congressman Mclntlre, of Baltimore, counters. Is under arrest for choking a servant Charlotte, N. C. $145,000, Is dead In Colorado, whero ho I Georgo Kerr, tho cartoonist, Is dan- - passed as James Miles. A pleco of The Hartford Herald publishes a list I girl, who claimed he owed her 810. Sagasta, tho Spanish premier, and gerously 111 In Louisville writing In his Biblo led to the Identifiof murders that has occurred In tho Grip caused Wm. Conn, a Shelby cation. 72 year.,whlch shows his cabinet have reslened and Do Camcounty in tho last to suicide. LAND AND STOCK. that 'i human lives havo been taken in pos has been called to name a cabinet. county merchant, and Brooklyn base The Baltimore Tho government receipts for Febru time. As that county Is not noted that consolidated. Armp Dawson has sold to several for Its lawlessness and as Its killings ary were $3S,000,000, a gain over tho ball clubs havo Mrs. Ell Wheat, who died In Bour- parties here corn at $1 50 delivered. may bo very conservatively taken as month of a year ago of nearly $10,000,-00bon this week, weighed 400 pounds. Robert Hutchison sold to J. C. Johnan averago, It will bo easily figured Mrs. M. McLaln, aged 70, dropped ston, of Boyle, a bunch of butcher cat-tl- o Tho bill to mako Dewey an admiral, commit-- 1 that 2,042 murders have been while eating dinat .'tie. ted In the State In the last three score thereby reviving that rank, only needs dead at Winchester Redskin, a valuable runner, broke a Verily human llfo is the cheap- the signature of the president to mako ner. years. Firo damaged E. B. Nugent, tho leg In a fall at New Orleans during his it a law. est thing In Kentucky. dry goods man, $.',0,000 race, and had to bo killed. ono Bitting tho House passed 01 LouUvlllo At Jonas Welhl bought In Hurdln nnd The Senate committee on elections bills for nubile bulldintrs in ono horso , worth d of Durlnir a flro in New York a woman Nelson counties Ave whitewashed Ilanna, that is the major- towns, carrying an appropriation of window and jumped from a llfth-stocattle at 4 to .c. ity of it, by reporting that there was no $0,352,000. Miss Bedford, of New York, gave evidence sufficient to show that he had , Gen. Morritt says: "I found Admiral was killed. $1,000 for a Washington Denmark sadA soldier of the First New York obtained his seat by fraudulent means, Dewey a very genial, Ukcablo man, that Eagan's canned meat had dle horse, at Bowling Green. but the minority contends that thero Is quiet, modest, shrewd, observant, alert worms lb It. A. W. Carpenter shipped a lino Red much In the charges and that a fuller and tactful." Astatuoof Frances Wlllard will he Polled Durham bull calf to Gadsden' investigation should bo made. It will A Bryan club has been organized at not bo made, however, and Hun tin will Perryvlllo and at Its meeting on tho placed In tho rotunda of tho Capitol at Ala., yesterday, for which he got a fancy price. contlnuo to occupy tho seat procured 25th. Judgo R. J. Breckinridge will Washington. John Haekett has just died In tho by bribery and other disreputable deliver an address. The Advocato says that Boylo counIf the outage bill had passed, It is Hopklnsvllle Asylum after 43 years ty oays $3,000 a year for thu support of confinement. its paupers and tho work Is only half Tahiti: Is only one other man in tho said that John B. Thompson, of at Covington was rob-be- d done at best. who was tho head of the Tho post-qlllState that can hold a light to us In tho of money and stamps, reported to John Dickinson, tho driver, has matter of fondness for turnip greens lobby for It, would havo gotten $100,000. bought of Warren Stoncr, of Mt, Sterold Dr. John D.l Tho House removed all possibility of amount to $8,000. and that Is glorious Two babes'.wero burned to death in a ling, Robert G. Stoner, trial 2:10, by Woods, of tho Bowling Grcon Courier. an extra session by passing tho Senato a residence at Baron Wilkes, for $5,000. ' these few lines should meet his eye, Army Reorganization bill. The gener- flro which destroyed If The lato crop of wheat sown in Madif bo will al deficiency appropriation was also West Salisbury, Pa. they aio to remind him that The Royal Baking Powder Co., with ison county was so badly damaged by como and bring a few eggs along, wo passed. was incorpora- tho recent cold that many acres will will scratch around for tho greens and Tho bill to pay various citizens of a capital of $20,000,000, bo plowed up und put In corn. and go Kentucky for property taken during ted in Now Jersey. Jowl, und then but words fail Tho Winchester Democrat rcort8 An Iowa divinity student was senj tho wur by Federal soldiers, which was Into a yum-yufor stealing sales of 53 barrols of extra corn delivvetoed by President Uevelund, was tenced to tho penitentiary THE enlisted men who arc testifying r,,1, ,. Inur In. thn n.niiinl. rVinr.rni.il $500 from a WldOW. ered, at $2.10 and nays $17.50 was red calves. before tho Miles court of Inquiry aro Wednesday A ynHcal ' belnK orKunIzed wlln fused for a lot of corroborating hts statements about tho! Tho Nlcaraguan bill Is almost tho $12,000,000 capital to control tho Gen. W. II. Jackson, of Hollo Meado, canned beef sent his array, In overy re- near Nashville, has sold to William important mcasuro .beforo tho vana tobacco output, spect, They claim that It was nauseat- present Congress that will not become The Union Bag and Paper Company, Easton, tho famous racomaro Yorkvlllo ing and offcnslvo and uniil for dogs to a law and that Is not of a nature that with capital of $27,000,000, was Incor- Bollo, with foal by her side, for $10,- eat. Unfortunately for theraselycsand would demand an extra session for its poratcU in isew jersey, 000. A horso 37 years old which belonged Miles tho best witnesses aro dead from consideration. Tho doctors of WabaBh, Ind., havo tho effects of eating tho meat sent byi Tho German government has order- discovered that Elmer Broadbeli'a to Senator Elllston, of Bath county, died. His gravo was decoruted with Eagan undor pretense of experiment. I ed tho last of Its wur ships away from heart Is on his right side.' It Is too hot to light In tho Philip- Mowers and a marble stono marks his Phllllplno waters and has formully The Loltchlleld people seem to oo as usked tho United States government to pines, yesterday being tho warmest day last resting placo. easy for tho buncoers us a hayseed. A assumo tho protection of German In of tho season uround Munllu. i good crowd attended tho salo of G, fellow wont thero, secured tho contract terests In tho Island Ono of old Charley Moore's sons has C.Abraham' effects in tho East End tlon to yesterday, but bidding was not very for electrlo lights, hired a fow .NeAuditor Stono was a willing witness cone to Washington with a pot groes to dig post holes, lived llko a for Duvlson to show tho manifest wrong I.. presldont to pardon his father out spirited. Corn sold ut $1.50 In thu crib, tho work horses about $25, milk cows 2t lord, drew on an Imaginary New York perpetrated by the last Legislature in of tho Ohio penitentiary. bank for $2,500, got most of the money gerrymandering thu district, which ho Six Plankorhorn brothers ut Rich- mulo colt $10. and skipped, suylng as ho did so likely, says Is shown by tho duta on tile In the mond, Ind., weigh together 1,1001 An authority on such matters says: "Them's tho dead easiest bloakos, I olllcoof tho secretary of State. "Tho yield of oranges In tho Southern jwundi-- , un uverago of 212. over ran up against." A Georgia wlfo walked 18 miles to part of California this seuson Is about Editor Squlro Turner, of tho Mt. t, told a seo her husband hanged. This seems 5,000,000 boxes. Of this number about Sterling THE Chicago man, who signs himself four-llftarc being sent to tho Eastern Is to bo carrying uffectlon too far. Robert Brecklnrldgo Halllhaji, und Cincinnati Enquirer man that ho G. W. Daniels Is In Jail at MontH)l- - cities. Tho financial returns to thu satisfied that Senator Goebcl will olulms to bo worth $500,000,000, u mil- still lor, Ind., charged with attempting to( orange, growers of tho ci op will bu lion of which ho proposes to glvo to tho bo nominated and elected with eiuo. rupo $3,000,000 nnd $1,000,000. uauguter. his Ho will carry that county (MontgomKontucky University, provided It will Jesse James was acquitted of tho Tho Statu commissioner of agriculscums to bo eith- ery), In fuct, ull of tho Tenth Congrespoi'ctuulo his name, ture has received reports from 101 chargoof complicity In tho truln er u raving lunatic or u scoker after sional district. counties In Kentucky, since thu recent ut Leeds, near Kansas City. Herkchell, who was Lord ChanLord cheap fame, more likely tho former. Rowlett Durham, u Bonnlovlllo boy, cold snap, which show that tho poach cellor of Great Britain, und was sont to truln near crop Is almost completely killed, whllo THE Loulsvlllo Post says: "If l)e, tho United Suites because of His emi- was killed by un L. & N. apples und other fruits aro comparaunythlng we nent attainments to take a leading part Munfordsvlllo whllo jumping from It. Hunter wants to run for ... .iin fill. 0,ntinl in tho negotiations designed to settle .1.1 ...l..ln A lawyer who makes his living out of tively uninjured. All tho lato wheat W. Willi tWM.M. WUUIU UUVISU litm W I MM was seriously damaged, und as un unusAmerica." A good suggestion, and old' all existing differences between thu the lawlessness of Lexington, speaks of ually large amount of tho uercage was In adoptCanada, dropped dead the present uprlslug us a moral United States and gumshoes can't bo too quick sown lato the loss will bo Immense. ' ut Washington. ing It. tl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Courler-Journn- flow theso doctors dlsagrcol Tho of yesterday said that l - o Dreyfus Is tho nn'ma ol a new In Madison county nnd J. S. Ogg Is In chnrgu. Tho Houso refuted to consider tho report declaring tho scats of Gen. Wheeler nnd other military Congressmen to bo vneant. Gon. Boynton, who wants to keep his Job and rotain McKlnley's good graces, says that democratic editors hatched tho scheme to harass tho administration by making Alger a target. Tho democratic caucus gave Gon. Wheeler a decided frost when ho made a speech declaring that tho war was popular and that if tho democratic party opposed It tho people of tho country would bo estranged from tho disciples post-onic- Tho sheriff at Glasgow has burrowed tho Jefforson county scaffold on which to hang Johnson Franklin, March 10. Judgo Parker, who hndTom.MoNam-nr- a put In jail for not telling whero his brother King Is, wenkencd nnd lot him out Tho Norfolk .fc Western has decided to build 1,000 freight cars at tho shops In Roanoke, vfc.i at nn outlay of $700,- - King latha new Klne out tho t alia Ring In the troo " We brlnj? to you tho new and true from tht pltwy forest of Norway " Rlnj out the old . DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey set-lin- a Pleasant, Permanent, Potltlvo Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces science to of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by " 4p Iff Tho sore, weary cough-worrated ; the mLrobe-bearlng ft n CaUSC UI 13 membranes ere healed and soothed so tliat thero tu vuutu. n SOLO BY ALL QOOO DRUQQI8T8 en - .. - . i.. nu mum-nu- .!.. II. tin.- - Id r.mrtvf.1 ItUllUWnilMh t lnfl.FTlri llii..l"ii".""- An A 111 Lungs are exhilamucus Is cut out j tho I rllWIMIi & mm m 1 irmuuml trIW . w nr will. vmi r.rT Rl. imr ww Ball's PlM-Tar-Ht- or. BajtinAfil.i wt( M tnTlpMwIlMnatban4-r4aaI Uuory. It dm Ban qnW-- snri .won. mn. m. sale at Penny's Drug Store. .. ',mL . Dr. -. Intro-ducoan- A Continuous Showing of EHT to al ot en mm: in the btrgsln tinker's bo our card at Tlist cannot fall to approval, will Z i te, Tfx Louisuiffe Store New arritnU of Spring Gxid, New Hain New I)te GixhI. 10.(H) yards of wld t Print-- , only 3c, 1,000 md I'nbleachfd Cotton at 10.000 van! of Fancy Prints at 3je; 0 fet Kelt Winder Shade onU 10c lloya'a Knre lant only JOr, Itiy's Km- I'aiiH Suit, W'c; worth $1 25; r i I I mi. ., ThUwrrek ! burgs, Now Ijcc, .. MEN'S BLK. CHEVIOT SUIT. S3.Q3. 2-- of MenV Knbbcrs, rcKn'arriOc gooiN, cloing out pric Overall, rt'Kiilsr 50c and 75c tinlilr, doting out at 35c; 10 dozen working lilrls that will rod 'c ovrrwlicic. Miirt. IWt that go at II 10. our prirr l :ic; Krw $1 50 It tt LACE CURTAINS 3 yards long Lace Curtains, 50c, " 75c, 3 j anli long " I1J ynnls long extra wide I.vch Curtain, tISc, 33 Inchrt wide Scrim ancy sirlpcvl in pink ati I i 0. blue, 7c, I car-loa- 1,400-poun- ry tes-titl- Spread', 72 by "2 inche, only 50c, ' 8 by 72, ' only 72c, " " " onlyUSe. lK)by7J, " M) by 100 Marhcllles pattern, " " " Tliee irood.H are made cf tlire-- ply yarn, both warn and lilllns. ami warranted not Uillty, atla and liniili, tn wvightvii with uny tubtancu whatever, iino'iualfl in for lite il t0. Hemmed White Ik-- White Bed Spreads. " ' 1 i 40 Different Patterns of Percale at 5c, 7 c and 10c. Ad, Corset, l-2- 25c and 35c, the blgvst bargain ever oil 25 dozen W'e have many other thing') nt Kiirprltliijly bur ir!ci, hut for thu want uf npuce we nru comclled to leave thuiu off, hut como and we for yourtelf and Lo conrinrcd Winter good go at cost and bcluw cost. Fatcinators, Flannel Skirts, co Ladies' And Gents' Underwear, All have to go to make room fur Summer Goods. Como and get your thare of the bargilns, don't wait until they areatl gone and then want them. You may cry your eyes out and we couldn't sipply tho long felt wint Ciins and be convinced. The Louisville Store. T.I. KANEY, Manager. ilrimch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Hterllng, ilardstown, l.awrenreburg, Oynlhi-ua- , Versailles, Eminence, (korgetown, ElUabethtown, Frankfurt. Maiickx)rt Ind. -- I Ha-on- ly THE SI SSION OF- - - Stanford Female College. Having been susended for a week on account of small pox In the town will be sumed on re- NEXT MONDAY, MARCH OTH, wu 1800, hope lo o I,el all the students teturn to thulr work on the first day, where also several new pupils. WILMAM HHKIrON. PRESIDENT. Scutliicl-Dcmocru- hs rob-bo- ry I Handle the B. F. Avery and Silr ver Steel Plows, also Fertilizers, HarnttsHmldlej and Farming Implements at IrV. A. CARSON'S, STANFORD. mil" nwmHwimwWPii 'i"!; w0FWr?Jfr' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I Ik you nccil n "trims'' wo can nt you Gaiidkn seed In bulk nod package Cou.vcit Doisos. At tho council perfectly. Crattf & Hooker. and ood potatoes at Heartcy A Car-J- j jncetlnjr lust night Uobcrts ti Carr J Lot of wood beam chilled plows nt ter. programed saloon license for another ,, sf cost. II. K, Wcaron Son. 8AM: -- Dr. i:. J. Urown has bought yesr. Mayor Mcnefco wns added to Mak, 3, 1899 Stanford, K.V., we street coram Itto nnd 1100 ndded, Fisii. PutOoerciiujrhl ll blf flh or Judgo W. B. Vnrnon his pretty, making that appropriation now .100. near Diidtlcrar's Mill Wednesday. Tho homo on Logan Avenuo for 81,700 cash.. t ThP Onnnlm. nf llin -htrnnt. frntn ....... . , ....w. ..w... T.inna,. Ho will cot possession Anrll 1st, K. C. Walton, Hi:hini-.hManacii'ii. largest was over a fool long. . tor to Danville streets wasdlscusted by WL SBI.L THEM. , .. . ri" HKiVAim.-- M u iiaiiKinnni' iiii r.i iir . v. ... oicc, renrcsonung ... o. ri...i.MrtH n. v,ui. v w .MISS Foil Kknt. Tho dwolllnc opposlto CiiSOD, puro medicines produco pood tho Femalo College, recently, vacated us that ho will jive til reward for tho, Mary Varnon. advocating, and Hon. fir & si result. (Jouliiy unit not prtcu poveni by Mr. II. T. scamps who have mndo two visits to his I Harvey Helm, his own interests, op ,M IS' Harris. W. II. Mr. hen -- l us In our selection of dni!s and If you r.iUUr.' houso this week nnd appropriated posing, anu u committco composed or rlou gins. wutiv (ho very bent m no higher round doon of his flno Indian game Messrs. Klmoro and Hundley appoint' !) than you pay clsowhoro, wo nra at fit Koosdld not got any higher than chickens. Ho tracked thorn to How-lan- d edtosconsto costs etc., and rcimrt jour service I'unny' Drvii Store. 20o hero nnd they are now down to 16. and Is still looking for them this next meeting. A settlement with Mar- Ml Isrown s tiled Smoothing Harrow, Urown's Double Shovels. Danville had to pay "c or do without morning. Woo bo unto them If ho shal Nowland showed that ha Is now PERSONAL AMSOCIETY 60SSIP. catches them. duo tho town 91,4:12.72 taxes after dethem. E. Mil. aniiMks. J. W. Pkhiiis Imva ducting his commission nnd tho dclln Paymhnt Lonu Dklaykd Hy a quont list. OUIt Moreland corrcsondHnt Is Inboth been down with crip. Hr.VKltl.Y Itoi'T Is now an attncho at clined to bo facetious with referenco to bill which has just psaiod both House s R ELI GI0USM ATTER S. tho Hustonvillennd Moreland electric of Congress, tho following people of J. II. Hauehman A; Co's. null. CyprcssShinglcs. line. Dr. Alcorn will pleaso tako him this section will receive money for Iron Fence. Mil. ANt Mi's. J. II. SYMI'SON nro The Methodists aro preparing to build In tow. property taken from them by Federal a $200,000 hospital week In Caey county. spending tho ut Chicago. soldiers during tho wsr: M. J. Harris, Hov. Mordecal Ham, nearly 1)0 years I). A. TWAUOI.K, of tho Klngsvlllo MaushaI.1. IlimitlSU loft Wednesadministrator of his lather, Morris J. old, and ( tho Oldest minister In Warren day for Lexington to join tho standing section, who has had tho loalhsomo Harris, $777, Jacob II. Hussell S1I5 county, is dead. disease, tolls that his services Aro at und James Doolln, Pulaski, army. ills. Tho Adair News says that Kavs. Kll A. II. Skykuanck caught Is pounds tho command of tho pooplo hero If tho small-K)Dlt. J. G. CAHPKNTKR has been en- goro and Johnson's meeting at Carmel Metal Koofing. spreads. of fish out of Marrow' pond yesterday Mill Work. s &s gaged to deliver a course of lectures on has so far resulted In .'10 confessions. afternoon. j W. K Pr.llKINK, Crab Orchard's Diseases of Women, Abdominal and F.d. J, S. Sweeney, of Paris, began a Mil. AND MllS. J. O. ilUIINSIDK, of leading merchant, comes to tho front Pel vie Surgery, In tho Harncs Medical protracted meeting Snnday at Kid. Garrard, passed down to Louisville again with an advertisement of plows College, St. Louis, Mo. Will bo absent .ach Sweeney's church In Richmond, yesterday. Im.'todays and return to his practice. Drs. Va. Lexington, was and all other seasonable farming Mil. J. P. Davis, of plements. Give him a call. A Haptlst minister of West Virginia J. F. Poytou and K. J. Drown will athero Wednesday seeing alter his busiand two neighbors fought over some ness attain. odor of turnip greens and jowl tend to his ollleo and hospital practlco TllK rolls, and tho preacher was fatally MltH. A.G. Kahtlano, Miss Addlo was In the balmy air of Tuesday, but horo while ho Is gone. wounded. Will bo and Clolland havo returned from a vis- alas, that Indispensable concomitant, Nicholas- SWAi'i'KH Stokks William F. Stanley, a son of Elder Mercer. poached eggs, could bo Indulged In vlllo Journal 'says: F. L. Wnllln, of it to William Stanley, of Glasgow, was killMayou Mounts J. IlAlttllS felt at only by millionaires and plumbors. Crab Orchard, and J. J. Ilrooks, of this ed at Manila. Ho belonged to a MonCrab Orchard yesterday and severely Tin: 1,000 worth of nominal assets, place, havo exchanged drug stores, tana regiment. wrenched his back. There will bo services at all tbo consisting of notes, Ac, of tho First the furmor assuming charge of tho bus-lti'Mil. JoilS W. Hot'T has secured a hero In tho MUncr block last churches Sunday and wo aro asked parinmltlon In tho coinWixtry of the North National Hank of Mlddlcsboro, was M. inlay, Mr. Hrooks, who goes to ticularly to say tho Baptist and Chrissold by the receiver nt auction to H C. Jclllco Coal Co , at Grays. Ford for and they were doubtless Crab Orchard, leaves a hoil of friends tian churches will be open LlTTI.KMlRS Lk GkaNIJ, daughter Prices. Work Guaranteed. hero who wish him much success in his Tho Central Methodist could not run of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones, Is high at that. new home. without Hcv. .eplianinh Meek as edipneumonia. threatened with Tin: I.n'tkuiok Journal is 27 years tor and ho Is again at tho helm, with Mil. Tom P. Pilciikii, of Nicholas Okk. That charming rural comedy, Dr. old tho first Issuu having been J. W. Lewis as assoclato vllle, Is hero In tho Interest of his can- sent out March H, 172. Wo were not "Hack on tho Farm." with brass band A Zulu, whoso mother and father I didacy for railroad commissioner. present at tho aceouehement but took and orchestra attachments, has' been are savnges In African jungles, was orCaIH'KNTKH H MAMIK WILSON charge of tho youngster when It was buoked evor slnco last summer to piny dained n minister at New York and will at Walton's Opera House, March Ilrd. return to Zululand to try to christian-u- o ro'.urncd with Mrs. Turner from Illoh three years old. To buy a Fine Dress l'attcrn and then Its representative camo prepared for mond Wednesday to sHind a few days his kin. Fiiom Pouto Hti-o- . Heubon Knglo-ma- n billing, but tho manugctuent thought homO. 'at Tho chapel of St. Helena at Bethle- lino and trim It with Inferior findings is Is In roctiiiit of a box of gumo that out of respect to thu mall-o- x It SftUIIlKJOIlN It.UI.UY Is up from from Porto Hlco, sent him by was best to declare tho urformanco oil' hem contains It marble columns, which not only money wasted, but you can not Washington county, he says, to hold ohlekons wero taken from Mount Morlah and JiHlgoSautloy'scotut, If ha takes the his tjon, Hub, who was there with Capt. The company will go to Lancaster In- sut)K)scd to havo been In tho porches expect that fit drapery and style that you Penny' company. They aro smaller stead and wo hox) bo liberally patrollmall.Kix of Solomon's temple. get in using all tho improved trimmings e Mlt. .lostilMi CoiTltv and family than our games, but havo every appear-unc- ed. Miss Hesslo Horry was baptized nt of lighters. Feathcrbnne has become a'tnost indis from Ltv havo moved back to Stanford Takkn to Clay Sheriff II. P. Plnevlllo whllo tho river was full of Ingnton and their friends hero aro glad Maiic'ii camo In like tho mildest White, Jr., and D. W. White, deputy, floating lee. This might bo called pensable. It is tifed now in tho .Skirls, in to seo them again. kind of a llttlo lamb, and has since been took Jim and Deo linker, who hnvo getting cold comfort out of religion, thu Waist, in Collars, cuITs and vest Nr.Wrt comes fromTullahomo.Tcnn.. to Clay says tho Loulsvlllo Times. behaving In that way till this morning, been hero for fronts. We hhow it in variety from tho that a llttlo daughter arrived Sunday when alter a thunder storm, It began to county yesterday, to bo tried for 'the Eggs dropped from u0 to 17c a dozen tinp piping bone to the largo bone for to further bless tho union of Kid. and rain but soon faired oil. Tho mercumurder of Wilson Howard. The mur In Cincinnati In a day. Tho South waist. Note what we havo in WAIST Mrs. Joseph Severance. ry has staid In the l!0s for two or thrco der was committed last April and Is sent on big cargoes. LININGS, figured Siltons, Magnolias, Mil. Hurt's II. Kino, a handsome days and at 7 this morning wasTi'i. of tho many that has been commitone . young Virginian, I. visiting his pretty I'crcalincs and Taflclys. d fucd com ted since tho Till: HulTalo Springs Cemetery Co. menced. Sheriff White says thar there F.STRAY MARE, cousins, Misses Lucy and Ophelia (111 tho are 8 or 10 murder cases on tho docket liar anil rrtrs olJ. lirarr mane sml tail but Chancellor, atd mado us u pleasant held a meeting Wednesday to on vacancy caused by tho desth of one of of tho Clay circuit court and civil cas- niausihort sllnlit bleniUh w Ml html foot. In- call. . lormallon fonccrnins nsr nersaiiouis uiankiuuy rwvUnl. wall Mnnirton, .Mihinntr, Mr. UoitAcr. H0110N was palnfulty cjit In Its original directors, Capu Geo. II. es world without end. tho faeo whllo sotting up a MeCorinlck McKlnuey. Mr. A. A. McKinney was . IF YOl'lt........ . Fancy Plaid Sultona Sidrtlng, Striped Silkotines, Parisian Skirtings and waterA MKHOANDKit. -- A curious looking macnlno at Paint Lick, Dr. C. A. Cox chossn director and Mr. J. H. Paxton ed Avondales. To appreciate these goods you miit tee them. We aie shotting Lato of thu duck species, was killed on Bicycle Needs happened along and sowed up tho mado secretary, tho ollleo that tho old bird Sen.1 It to Dlx river .Vcdncsdoy by Thomas Huff- Tin: danvii.i.i: cvilkco , danvii.le, ky. Novelties In Striped and I'laid Silks many new things in Wash Fabrics -- no captain tilled so long and so well. wounds. to show Goods. Ulvoiis a call. No 113 ThlrJ 6t. man. Sportsmen had been aftor it for chief disCOl.. W. F. SllKItlDAN, ONLY ono man has closed his busiand many shots wero tired several days patcher of tho Henderson Division of ness house during thu small-po- x scare nt It without effect, Its compact feaththo L. & N., I hero to tho delight of and that ICd Wilkinson, tho barn his legion of frlendn. Ho Is greatly ber. Ho got scared and took to the ers seeming to turn them like steel plates. Tho species Is said to hall from "Any ono holding a claim ngiilnst tliu pleased with hi now osltlon. woods Friday last, but returned and Huttonvlllo .V tho Arctic regions and It Is possible Co., will tiliMiHMC.irM!ntt'r' It Crtfk Turnpike PltOK. M. I). HftilllW, of Lancaster, to nm properly prvsent up again Tuesday. A good many ooncd d VHrlllt'U lor that the one under consideration was hero Wednesday en routo to lr tliu 1st day of o! us had as wull havo shut down, M.itvli. And all Uiom) who arc Indebted to along during tho February blizMaccabeo Lodge. J. Is tho exception, rather tli Miuie fur tolls, or otherwise, will please L. Tot ten accompanied him and will than tho rule, who has mado expenses. zard and remarking that Kentucky cull und pay slime liy tliu uluvo date, as the enough for him, decided to Ituslneis of tliu Company must bu settled by trade. was cold seo after tho harvesting machine thut tlmo." . Tilt: harvesting machine men aro bldo a wee. President, W. D. WEATHKM'Oim, . Mils. ANN'lK LA8I.KY senilis yesterlluslonvllle Ky. CHRISTIAN' SCIKNCK- .- Mrs. A. S. day n bucket ut tho nicest turnip greens getting lu their work, notwithstanding our optics over fell upon and enough wheal cutting Is a third of a year off. Oreur, of Excleslor Springs, Mo., who From our New Spring Stock of Gouts' Fine Shoes. Wo aro eliowinrf TO THE FARMERS ! eggs to eat with them. Shu could not James II. Owens, representing tho Me- was Miss Hettlo Donnls, has developed 'i nil the new lasts and toes in havo sent anything that wo would havo Corinlck; J. L. Totten, tho Champion Into a Christian Scientist und the JourFrank Holtzclaw, tho Osborne, and J. nal of hai city devotes a column to a greatly appreciated. mere All nut loin aru learning this lcon: T. Finoh, thu Decrlng, aru almost cv. reading room that the system bus openorywhero at tho samo time. Lincoln ed there. Mrs. Orcar says sho becamo a LOCAL HAPPENIN6S. Osborne Form Implecounty farmers, who do not wish to bo of tho theory nlno years ago ments Succeed Hay, Mto40o Hir hundred. j. ii. drummed to death, will buy machines student slnco graduated und has ard received a Haughman & Co. HinIn Vhore others lulls certificate. Sho know It was God's ders and Mowers. most especially our credTlielr iierfeotlon Is AVe show these celebrated wakes, for dally mora and more ited to being built f tbo bet material that A oooi) business on Main Street MoAlistkii. Friends hero wore work then und Is 35 titled with tbo convinced that it Is tho truth, tho money can buV. Also sale. Enquire at this olllce. shocked yesterday to receive the news only perfect ROLLKIt IIEAIU.NUS In existin " wbolo truth and nothing but tho truth, ence, iihsurlug at all tlimw lightest draft and of Plow Points and Plow Gear of all of tho deathson Llttlo Horuce Withers adding that Christian Scloneo healing longest life. A full lino of repairs ulvrujs & L. McAllster, of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. kept on hand. Tor Information regarding Warren & Shanks'. kinds at Is no miracle, but u proof of God's pow-o- r name, cull on or uddrw. m MoAllster, of St. Joseph, Mo. Tho PRANK IIOI.T.OLAW. and presence. Any christian should A. Wi: havo hay. millet and struw In handsome llttlo follow died of meningiStanford, Ky. t 4 tn tis. Tho parents decided not to bring bo able to heal tho sick, which Is dona abundance. J. II. Haughman & Co. tho remains here for Interment, but to by realizing that there Is no power In Our 13 50 Shoes aro mado of the best Leather and tho uorkiuanshlp IlKAli the advertisement of tho Os- bury them thuro. Tho tenderest sym self but that God Is omnliotont and Is the best. and seo "JOO cases havo borne mowers and binders pathy is fell here for them in their omnipresent. Nearly Frank Holtzclaw as to prices. great loss, which a parent clone cun been treated and cured by Christian Science ut Excelsior Sprlnga. will enjoy upprecluto. iwoplo 2. IPr'sssss.;:.s3ss ' ' , J -- I Farming Implements I Oliver Chilled Plows, Buoher CS1 S.1.MIJ 11 Thomas' Diso Harrows, g W. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. A. C.S1HE, STANFORD, KY. x m EYES ! Accurately Tested And Fitted -s ST-- O CRAIG & HOCKBR'S Dress Finite ki mm. wS m s 9m&s5jti$zimzjF) Baker-Howar- Repairing 1 szirt XjizsriisrcB-s- 3STOTIOE. JOHN P. JONES. hap-ene- I EOT A FAIR OF SHOES I Tan, Vici, Calf and Box Calf. Patent Leather, ' i Buell -- Douglass and Sons, W. Packard, M. I m Daily "Hack on tho Farm" tonight, 3rd. Wo Frank Martin, of Inventions. hopu that our loss will bo their gain. Stanford, has'invented and patented a Inge-nlu- s Ed Hubbard will farm gate latch, which Is u most Nkw Stokk.-Ho- v. contrivance. Tbo only objection stock of family grosoon havo oH3n n o It Is that It Is rather complicated und ceries In a ortlon of tho houso ho lives that reason may prevent Its genoral in on Eusl Main Street. adoption. A model of It Is at tho shop s UlCKS Is striking ll now. Ho said of Mr. F. G. llrady, who is something thut warm rains may bo oxected ltd to of un inventor himself. Ho has ulso Oth. Storm periods 11th to 18th. Much Invented u guto lutch for yards and warmer 2lsl to 2Hth. Heavy thundor farms, which Is both simple and Inex pensive, and Is thinking or having it , storm U'lh- patented. It costs from $05 to $100 to W. II. IIUKHNH tolls us'thatTuosday procuro a patent und that keeps many a was tho dullest day his store ovor expe- poor Inventor from obtaining letters, rienced, but says trade Is fust'resumlng ClitcuiT court mot Tuesday when tho tho normul. Other merchants say thut duv's docket was called. Of thu 47 business Is O. 1C. aguln. Commonwealth cases 18 wero coutln Gbntixmkj. My spring and sum- ued, H dismissed und ono tiled uwuy. As mer suitings ure now urrlvlng and you 21 of tho defendants indicted wero not uro cordially Invited to call in und seo found, but fow cases will bo left for my slock. Prices to suit tho times. trial. A good deal of routine equity Very latest things In fabrics. II, O. business bus been done, but 110110 of "ui'ley. public iuiiortanco. Thu case of James , Wilson's Hooker vs. tho L. & N. and H. F, ArWiLLFlUllT trial for ball, for tho murder or Miss nold against tho samo road, wore set for Mary Cloyd, under habeas corpus pro- tho 10th. A dozen or so cases wero ceedings, will bo heard by Judge Sauf-le- y dismissed settled and thai of J. P. Davis vs. H. J. Darst stricken from tbo Tuesday. It is said that tho will tight against ball from docket as thu defendant has taken the bauktupt law, start to llnlsu. m m 1 It.-Latu Tin: having pluyed a nine- TllK small-po- x day sensational ongagemont seems to havo lapsed into Innocuous desuctudo. Sowder Is tlio only man hero to havo it und Dr. Hulley says ho is getting well fast, sitting up and beginning to scale. Ho also says that us tho disease Is only slightly contuglous In Its first stages, und u sulllclenl tlmo having elapsed for now cuscs to dovolop, ho Is of oplulon that there will bo no more here. The Negro ut Walnut Flat said to havo tho dlseaso was tsoluted und Dr. W. J. Edmlston put In churgo of him. Ho Is doing well and while thcru uro rcorts of other cases In tho neighborhood, they uro doubtless untruo. Mr. W. M. Dudderur, who was said to havo caught tho dlseaso from Mr. Sowder on routo from Columbus, O., was horo Wednesday, showing no signs of Infection. There now seems to bo no danger hero und people can come to town with Impunity. All tho churches will have services Sunday, . Paper SEVERANCE A SO VS. BaTK.very body knottl tha Douglass Sliot-stB- At the rate ot JJJ 16k A MONTH. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST DAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK EXCEPT SUNDAY, At the rate of $1.00 . , . . for 3 Months. $1.50 , . . . for 6 Months. for I Year. $2.00 . ... And You Will Make No Mistake. For Sale by Oliver Plow -- BUY THE CHILLED- Pulaski, Pulaski county, jius u new liosituastcr, M. G. Higgles. Duvld ISowman, u Hluhmond grocer, drank u plat of whisky at ono sitting and was found In a dying condition, but doctors with u stomach pump saved him, ,1. ' Tor sample copies, leave us your name or write the The Best In The World. ' Evening Post, Louisville, Ky. . j HIGGINS & McKINNB Y. .' Sl ic? .HQBELAND. HUBBLE. CKAUOItOHAltl) DI8T.NO In n X. r Prof. Hull, of Shelby City, has bejrun Tdm4,Jno V BO acres John S Murphyiandjlobcrt Nuonolfair :uxr. Suian lira iK.: 11.) 22rres I l.n... ttA.irrllt.-, at. Up- - Ma .nlnnt ihnnl hero and It bid u. a ley tnippea rj ," u V." . ..i tlpTa 8fl . ) 71 acres HON. M. F. NORTH to mi uo .""in . lUter town, .Miiicujfuviuo, u . M.n.(n1 ........ 'Brown, Jno J (N. 11.) 170 acres... 5M Announce MN canrtldaey for llmWllmnt'l lit O bolllUhCll , mj u iii"iu moved tlio P08V oiucu llioonieeof ItepreaenlnMTf) from t lie. county ... 4.45 of Lincoln, aubject to tho nctlon of tlm ne--rr of pop corn Into hi car and Csron,0, W 6 ncrcs m .eh to the .atl.facUon of lt .mall Rratn VTCA.lt IN ADVANCK tocallon. 2.SV tcartrd up ovor the Ck, Mary A. 20 crc I AS lUflll oc racy. wcro very mnoh . natrons. - DatIs, Martha 1 lot CO v.. ur. us.cj With a population oi i When not to paid 833. SO will bt thtraed. W i MI9S EVELYN TARDIF, IVlaney, Mm. Kale M acren Mnreland furnished 10 whlto soldlew, in nation iimo extrnevcu mu kiu." " Wm.S. fN. H ) 60 acres... 1 70 and ono colored In tho lato war with no harm to the child. The Seamstress. holf-cr- u .110 l'UIn and rnhlonalilo Sewing Oullln(t nml Dyehome. Oco. 1 Jot Spain. Agrrtttmauy anxious to ro John Siwonarnoro sold omo fat hops to J. C. Johnson, of Hoyle, IMwanl. T II (Nl 11 ) 500 acres enlisted. and Water Works ft wero unablo to Rot FlttliiK a pi"lally o 1 12 for .lie. Corn U eelllnc hero now at balance. Moreland Is now a tnonoy ort'er TIME CIHD , 3 02 and Is found qulto a convenience $l.G0. G. U. Harnett has sold 22 cattle IUinm,Johnnn I) 100 ncrw Caldwell for next Oeto-be- r Hampton, J T. 75 acrti 7.31 KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. by Its patrons. .Uy tho way wo haro to Johnson 2.75 delivery at 4c. C. V. Blanks bought Hutchison, W (Macro TrccH, PlnntH, VlncH. aloutasanoccoramodatlnK P. M. out . 3 45 No. S Amies at Stanford at W. 1 lot you will find In this day of re- five acres of land of C. K. Underwood, Jonr,Mrs. hero as " at No. 4 Leare Stanford l'rult and Ornamental Trees. Jlirulx. SO near A. C. Carman's at ftt. King, Win 2 acres No. 51 ArrleastHowlsndst 12 W DT. publican government officials. Hmall Fruit and eerv thing for Orchard, bear-InStanford at No ?i 1 No ono knows the valuo of a good Martin. Geo, (N H ) 50 acres ir Uwnand Unrilcn. Ve emplov no agent,y Again a handsome use, f . 2 75 hut ell dlrtct at reaonahlo ptlce Nnllor.John'.Oacrri tho legend "second premium" thine till they are deprived of lu to and Trea Catalogue on applli-atloKNOXVILLE DIVISION. of Nnaka, GO of tho Moreland u was shown by tho ii.fiiii.i.knmf.ykii. Mr. Kllzabetli 30 acred graces the Ky. )for the llret Owsley. Wesley Singleton, tho iNTKiuoit Journal l.ln(rtoii. 175 Tetephnnn StO. acre JJ S7 p ra section. Section boss, Win. No. 24 Train ping North . . HI a m " of last week. 1. M. hero as well as Itol'inonn. Mrs. Elltabeth I acres... 1 .11 NO.M " aeenisto hold a 10011 im Ilikd " South No. IS " 30 W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S.f lliiniin Mm Sir.ili 1 ncri' Ml p m money otTercd by tho road for tho nest many olhor placed heard from, has SI. It I very hoarse from nnswerlnc tho 8mllh, Mrs. Joe 130 acre 160 Korallll'olnta. kept seetloq. Lancnstcr, Ky. 1 10 Charloy Zackary, wno was wim .uu question so often asked: "Didn't my Rilrall.Jnn (X 11.) 11 acre BOIOH TICKETS SOLD. Louisville, Inteiuou come ?" CHECKED TIIKOUOH. 5 70 Teeth Extracted Without Pain ! HAOOACIE 1st K v.. has returned from dispell, Thos Urn 200 acre For any Information enquire ol Mrs. Nancy Vauehn, oerd "Si died nt CAll OIICIIAUI) COLORKI). happy, as the Somerset company, with Vltnllird Air. I'hjslctan In attendJOB S. HICK, Agent, 35 With which ho enlisted, were mustered out James Pollard's after a short Illness lluford, JullaSO acres ance. Stanford, Ky. Prcwltt, She was a member of tho Christian Onrtis, Win 0 ncrit 1.15 Oflleo In the New Thomtwin llutlnlng. PIS of tho service last week. J.as. ami-le- y who Delancy. Henry :i acres J church and considered by all FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. who recently purchased the U. ti. 1.10 property, has taken possession of knew her, a good woman. Mrs. S B. Ouet, Hell 1 acre W. L. TrilnflTFriM.rtit7A v. AimlS.WP. M., same. 0 nice Is Improving T. C. Kankln Is Holme, Alex Hrs 1 acre C and with onnertlnR at leorselown S yards hero than back from the South and reports hard-c- r Hice, Peter 1 ncre PHYS1CIAM.AKD DSUaOIST, r. M. lsre irti Less lumber is on tho t.W t : W a. . and stVlVa M indS:S0r. w.conneetlnrt it l.eon. IS has been for several years, on account 30 MCKINNICV, - KENTUCKY. times there than hoover saw before Hice, Mary 1 acre town with q AC. and reaching Frankfort .1 of the Impassable condition of tho on account of suverccold and so much Lancaster & Crab Orchard Turnpike " "J ' A. O 1 A. lumber rain and mud. roads. In tulk with several Co (SJ mile) w.i rrecrlitloii Carefullv Coinjunded Day or flin.An. QUEEN & CRESCENT. men here they say tho demand was .'ll.i iu:m.ukaui.k ukscuk. they aro compelled D1ST. NO. 3 WAYNES1HJKO never as great, but Ill . Mr. Mlchwl Ctiruln. I'lalnJ!.! -Trains pus Junction City i follows: WHITE considerable Inferior stuff until ...tournt that .ho c,BM..l.l, ....- -.hlch... MUW- on 4 11pm to ship SOTICE TO FARMERS. No. 1 South ... 12 02 p m No. 2 North her luiiit.. h I...1 iitioi ir .. 1.20 thr. rmtilk I'Qt, better. '1 " lie tolil her llie Acton. Ja. A CO acre " r.w II Mam ?i'm " In futures here, wJ,r, Jor.i ticiim ot 1n1,u'n',,lol:,n'i,1,J:",1!lJ I hae on hand nnd for sale Milam " 6 " Sis " .. 3.60 lPra Our local Lu.mntisd Karley lira 17Sncrei 600ni Noi "10 STSi Hal., lltn I.. (N. II.) 71 acre. ... 1 75 a sllirht corner ,i Itlann. 1 mil 2 do not Hop. 9r.U0run no fur- - m. Nos. ! bjr-- K FORTY I1ROKE MULES. In cr, taerthsn Junction City. recently. Tho recent cold snap uUyi ujo. .ml . Ur JrtUh. r, - 2 15 W. A. lOacrca d Will sell from cue to a , ft down, and his .. 2 75 Ilrock, (i A. 33 acres caught blra with 3,000 Alxi ., im trid N.ttif. rf imj Camden. Mm. S A. CO acre.... 2.23 ' "J'Vh. visions of a speedy return to me ' SALS STABLE. LIVE&Y, FZE3 AVD wero rudely shattered, "X'aiTWKW.-"Vader-lanChipman,Mr M. V. (N U.) 150 (Ml) 11 tl VOX llm MJ Danrllle, K i 1a Ios of Borco" -.-. '00 acres- as his return showed hlra "samoleons." IW A. 8. PRICE, 70 Albert Decker, the Chicago butcher. Crane Heiekiah 10 arte - 120 The writer was shown an ear of corn ! who ,t WM lnoUght had done his wife OristlcV.J.O S7 acres .Q g.iusacc, broke down and made Dye, W D 67 acre - ... 3 55 Surgeon tho other day by Mr. Anderson Nun"Dentist, hi killed her on Jan. Kubaiikf, Leach Pr. 100 acrt 20 no.iv r,t thn l'ovtnn's Well neighborhood, that measured 14 Inches in (;j7." ga,d he jejoctedly. "We were walk- Faulkner. K V (N K.) 100 acres...- - 4 55 Stanford, Ky. 2.00 and contained 10 rows ol grains, jnp pn tho namio!ph street viaduct and 'raiier. Hold. 15 acres I becamo angry and OriHllli, W I). (N. H.) 10 acres 6.15 (m0T.r Mcltobert.' ImK Storo In the Owsley 72 grains to the row, making 1,152 he);a0 0UUrrellng. with Made from pure t.ui.ui... 120 grains In all upon the cob, ..and was per- - threH. hor iDV0 tho lake. Then I went Jcckley.J (N I! ) 40 acre- . ..nlllll ft' cream of tartar. V IX lit 100 acres 2:i- JI k'pmiu.r. In lormation. wuocau t.4uu. ... ,ornc " leet NATIONAL BANK - 120 FIRST Mr. W. C. Price, of Danville, asks a - I IajbcIs, Jam II r CO acres Rev. C. Ldwards, pastor o. tho Ho- Uach, (5. C (X. K ) 52 acres. r ,, finnrt8man adiacent .o his OKSTVMOIIK. Ki - .f ,.,.,t " :too W A 125 acre homo If tho recent cold spell exterml- gllsh In. Sarplui, JU.3:0 1100,000. when 70 ClUlSts:k nated tho supply of quail left over for Pa., "nk, Mr. M arv 20 ncru., . .1 .... nnlillA t. cIImI U Ibe (act Ibal Is an was advised to "'...-"""- .,. Moorc, M. A K (N 11 ) 2.S acres. 2.30 seed la.t ,eaSon. As the question tia In hlaofcmL .,.,.. lblalslbeonlTallonalllanll Knim. itcMUVD. .i .ro der Ibe troilsluns ol lb. Nstlonsl lUnk Art Nichols it Uobbitt 1 acre.. 1. .ll.. nnrk tn TrH HIKirLMIUUU Jlr of tliis liniment ii d o, Alum baking powdm are the greatest only t'T Ib.esplul slots, not of greater. Kectcir, Tho. 35 acres 2 50 dnusltors svockhi.lil.r' llsbllltr or an aiuouDI menacen to neilth of the present day. t,ul lr lb. .. c- w . no 2 10 raualtnlh. sloes, so Ibal dfi.liursof this Ibstllo. this inuulry with Interest y ltowlaml. CI A. 45 cares lion sr. s:url by a fund of IX0.OM 1 lie soi ROTAl lUlSO MWBCR CO..MW VOBX. .50 statements o! loe runiiiiioooi id. in.. ..a.. H S. (N. It.) 5 acrea by giving Pain Snow, W It (N It ) 55 acres l.oiemuenl sn J IU SwOBJOTTOAUPB,W"iU:nViIr.r profit, 120 each yesr to lbs 1'nlled Stste lluis. by Snow. stated ct .inuienl . . i aud wrlect salet. - n..im ,rini It will uleaso me." For Tubli. David (N. It.) 125 arrcs... 2S5 wuin eismlne.1 si prouu Moreland, Craig ilooker. Druggists. 11 1Z .. ; Thls Inilltutlon orltlnslly eatsMUhiO as lb lit 30 While. K. L. IN K ) 75 acres si IsM, Iben -, " I IK) ihmII tlanV ol hUnford In MltS U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. Woods, J H.2ncres tho traveling public. Mr. u. u. anew Ibe National llaok ofStantord In IsfJ andaualt 2 7 rmntsnlsrd s lb. tint Nsllonsl llauk ol .Stanford Wright, Jeso J 15 acres maker, the accommodating station : Kentucky. snunlnterru.lleilit-eorluIssZ.baataadrjrailk-all22 In years. It Is lllei supilM now w t. Pingeton, (J. Hrs lffl acre nzont here, has nn elegant house ready C H C W I V XA I Udlltlrs for trsiwacUoit, liuina prouipllrhonorsbli furnished; clean beds; splendsd ,for transient custom, with telephone' I J Li IM I 1 Newly - 2 2 erslly than tier before In Its on snd and lib Welliml, Joseph 100 acre Porters Everything table carrrr. Artxwnts ol IndltlJuale, nduclatlea,arim connection at tho depot, and toe lamo 69 acdlndlildualssolltlted. Hl'STONVIi.Li: DIST. NO. 4. meet all trains. In tho culinary art, and of his mother DtalCTOSS WHITE will oodoubt ; J. W Hsy.le n, Stsnlord F. Itel.l, Unroln her geniality as a hostess, - 2 50 S T. Ilsrrls, " Co II Uuilmisn. Compton, Ike 2 ncre mako tho house well patronueu. i T f. Hill. 0 3 30 J s. Docker, " - iWr.a.T.fi Curtis. P. A. 10 acre JX-JtfcGlW. A Trlbbl. W Walton " a ,or .. thnroush canvass of More lOLLIlu.V . D.ineliiTtT. Nttlha't Hrs. 2S acres 3 2 J. ItI".O.llUr.CraUOrchM M. J. Miller. Ml. if"boo, W KtsufoM. land, wc at last found one man who was l.t' M , D.KIuiute, Duncan, Thos rt acre infn-mrnf the lirooorod electric line i orricsst. 3.30 J'S. Iloeler, I'resMcDti J J Melloberu Ca.hU (N P..) I lot llanos. II A from this place to our most uisiuni suu-urA IMcKlnner Ai.l.laulCaisler 4.13 I). A (Gdn.) 12 ncre. HustonvlUe, as mentioned by the Monday. Mar. 13, 1899. McAfee, 2 00 n Nail. Samuel ISO acres tiii: nubtonvlllo correspondent of tbo Dan-i165 1'rcsinn. W. O. 2 acre . .1 . Mm m. P. Matthews. vine rtuiutuw.', i and 4 l . M., Higney, lEuuben 32 acres 2.1b of s A t. Lincoln County tho night operator at tho depot. Mr.- Between the hours 2.45 Stanford, l.in- - Toiuhs, H. O. 22 aures Informs us ho Is ready to re- at the court homo door In Mtthk e to t no Trice, .Mitchell 1 aire 217 cxpo-National Bank. ceipt for shares of stock, etc. While coin county, Ky., I will ., . ,., -1.15 VaughlA Ilucliannn 01 acre... casu iu we are neither a prophet nor a success hiKuet bidder .or Capttsl Mwlc, JtdVrs). . . . -. it. . win i.ti. ... Co.. ..n.i finintv Taxes for the years .-. III8TONVII.I.K C.IUlCKII. j tn business, we win at .i. cu.w iima ui... The s.iertrlouinlrr I'arwer Uank A Trust (uuiiwny to stick to shown opposite the names, the following Andensin, Isaac 4 acres 1.75 saw. mausitnieii. suest tho worthy doctor uu . uo..mi ,..,. . ... ...- -. Mi timrenf ast:mnv be sud ., ........... "" .. a ouily lr I lens. 3.00 Bright, Win. acriw .Jt his horso and uuggy, anu uxos. This iHt Brown. Hawk 1 lot said c.o.too much on this road, for like the rail- necessary to p..y 2.1 7 And Dealer In Brown, VA acie road Col. Sollers projected to htone's will bepiibllsiicu oucea a ,... names will .. 2.1 u win ." mil Dunn 8oonk.astin.l ihu- and cotnre d'sappcar Cloyil, Joe 2 acrus SATJDLEBY, SsC. Liinuing, ......hi uu nin make a sue-- 1 paid. Lost HARNESS, the tax 2.1 Given, Adam 7 acies tried for several years to $150. Tituo and!spaco Qoxli, Daviffin Hrs. 40 acrus.. STANFORD, KY. i'O cess of a passenger and freight lino . advertising restlsw wlU'.rute muloal-lll.i.iuf su.b Imiii publishing al', bill IwrieSelsl ih1 1fsssiiI 2.17 Glvciis, Anderain 2 acren from hero to Hustonvlllc, but failed forbid us from UZL weeks. 2.50 More'nnd, Hold. 5 ncres on account of not being ablo cr list will appear jn four liIUKCTilllb . 1.10 Morion. Anuio 2 acres to secure a partner to neip una .y J.J..WI1IISIMS, vvoilD HIST. NO. '. 3.28 Sr., Powell. Bel 1 lot J,.ll1rr, lii.li, toll. Howover, If tho necessary I iu,uw WlllUm 2.7D Is raised, wo would suggest tho plan 5.70 Sandidge, Tom 2 ucroa A. W. llsrwnlec. acres. Valentine l"t 'W. Il.nusiiaisai, 6 Harrodsburg 2.17 Turner, CliarlB 1 acre a 'J. 11 l.ysHi. J) wan hE&itMtu ratauu Kmts. la adopted by h citizens of S. II. l.'JO "" tT0V. ,, j, lloy Hrs. 50 acres 1 15 Welch, Jam. I acre who havo a project jTrVUisli, CO Mo'ehml A Carpenter's Station J. II. littler. storesof tnotown wivu "' acru Okeo 11.10 i miles) The Favorite Line ori'ltKlls: Turnniko t'o steam from the electric light plant, UQ . there, only with natural gas to oo ueeu S. M. OWENS, Sheriff. b. ll.Shanka Otilsy.tVililer; J. II. on the M. & H. Electric It. . in place .00 As.t. twhlrr. W.M llrla-m-, "v,v- -. uu'c r ..i,rir.itA. All that will bo neces 2.45 Illakclcy. William town lot. . . . supply ol nat. sary for un Incxhaustiblo 2 55 town lot ural gai hero or at our slstor city cuu-o- r Ilurdelt.Jim town loi 2.25 lleecher, Tilda would boil condenser, as any rainy .30 llinillv town lot.. '..tM day meeting ol tho loafers he. o or there 2.10 Cook, Millie lira town lot Morning ami livening from Traini would furnish enough of that article to l.iu Ann 200 acres run u dozen lines for that matter. Se- Crow. ltdl town lot Station, 10th and Broadway. a.75 '. Moreland r...i. riously speaking, however, - 1 10 Oilison, Marlah town lot...., Passengers desiring Information and needs no electric Unes, etc., for she Isu 225 Anthouv Ur town lot rates to Wisconsin. Minnesota. M'hraska drawing curd herself and people will ...'.. 2.75 lot and points in tho lar weal, iiiciuuiiig urn eomo here, If tbey havo to como on Uooch, Frank town !! SO Ifornis, should ailtlrem e.,.... ,nn in., nor merchants aro a (looch, William 80 acres... Cuiirltr Journal IIliau In 8.25 In tliti towulot Jlcnry any utbtr pa r ul.ll.lil lotli lu urogresslvo lot, and know their wants James, 2.70 I'iiks. Atrl . andiiusutlty lot... i it,. Hsullty Cm. Bat Hus- Jones, William town thorn at 4 45 t. II. Jlacon, Dis. 1'ksi. Agt. and meet has sho all times.awoko from Lackey, Will town lot at lost PniHirH One Year tonvlUe, 104 1.15 1 acre. . .fe Hnn. Mirr. tir tf f,.fi..l of being a finish- Langford, Minnie .70 50 sUCIllH. Charle'a H. Itiickwell TrafCo Mgr. her oontcntcd dream, of tho Logun, Mary 12 acres ed cltyv In another paragraph 1.05 Courier Journal llit of Twlct-- dalllet, and the superior of all It Ibe McAHster. Joe town lot.... Vour Uncle fiiisl uisoy s.a- - Wek kn.l w.a tssnraa .w other Don't same letter he says parrtca tbero will . ........ 2.70 , lot BO YEARS .y tfs.1 uaa uiuiv im istntcn. 11 In a supply of Middieton, Tom town olber. Iwiiea erect eoal sheds and lay lliuiiy (vstiBiislaalnit ti 2 20 . ir.uk.1 .. ....I.. Montgomery, John 1 acre ,,(,,., ,, C,()M) bj.f 0 Wflliensy sout a.tum.. coal next summer for the season's ... 0aacough clu0 Niiuplt copies frit 011 appllcallou. Write iibhubh u , trade. In this matter wo will say that Montgomery,town lot . ow scuuimuusnuiuijuuimi; uuusissiwi. to . Ct)., loulsrllle, hy city ono MyeiS, Jess Moreland wljl go her Bister I.Imib town lot f Our White Pino an Tar Coueli Cure bnttor. a "ourown" H. H.King has all 3 25 3 acrea.,... Arrauueuieut Vou Can list Tlit lly Is arrangement!) made and plans perfect Sandidge, John vi Is a positive cure. It composed of pure KmllU, UOUl. 1 acre ed wlth'supt. wurpuy, oi mo j. a. TRAOI MARK 0 ftnd harmless drugs which get at tho ery Semi -- Weekly Interior Journal -10 acre nrlUNI road, for tho erection of a coal dump Stewart, Harrison 2.25 unlit-.,- ,. COPYBiaHTB AC. AudTht and sheds hero on his lot just North of seat ol the trouble and effect a cure by msr Anions sending a sietc b eJ4 description .h.. ,l...w,( un .mil will nn dnubt bo a Woodi, Shelby (N. It ) 4 are organs aliected Into a tour- - TWICE A WEEK COURIER JOURNAL, !.20 puttlug all the acre HayH, William ttstrWrreB3luXjlsiidl;kcealiU drug . upon tho market ucxt winter... a. as. . Dolh Out Year Tor sot (re. tfldosl wencr forssrarlus ;iVSLi. '" jiifr)ilr lianltritf fsimlltlnn ft itrussl tint Havdcn. Tim town lot Usea turouBh Munn u .. TTi. Hotke, wit bout insrso. m M ..IU VOIXJANIO UtriTHlMi atrial lllxlrmsn. Monroe 10 acre! Only $235. . .... Mil.. '....11..... .. btllle. hut kills Ihu aUiuunt. Price 25e .!. lf r.f I. iv StauM, DU Hiver A Ciarrard Co.. ..... - r... ....I. .iili.rlttllaiis Olllv. All sob. Iluckleu's Arnica hair. iuri4lbrui,alM old, .21.03 per bottle, oiler luuil U fr.irnnlke Oo.. f6! wllei) , sod lrer bore, Ulcers, Dolls. 1 elous. orus ,iMi,in. uuder Ibis Illustrated wesslr. Irost j A. H erms, .Ti.r.. n .nr.rjBiilulo lournsi. new-i- orj. lis Wsns, Uu. JliuUrs, Hums, HmlJs, (baid wol tbroutfti iblscibi. Turnpike Co. ii3..tba. II. lM4 byall Host 1'IU cur ou earth Prim Stauford Cul-ollsuJs.Cbllblslus nrT.ur ft W. I' WAI.TOX, branruau, Kr ",- out llilas aud Aibos Ouljr Ails a Wx, luro ..iomm.. Hsitaf (2 uillca) THE INTERIORJOURNAL cr "".. - .. " ... subject canillilato for tlm 2 20 to Hie action of tlm democratic party M JOHN II. MILLER IKil"r'' ihi.-h:....- rv-anc- awsf TtHiicn tost-onic- The Direct Llna Frcra Clnelncitl VU sFKiisra-- '99. iraw-lHrr- Dayton, Lima to ledo, Detroit, nsriim.lT Canon To- '' ,. 1 Michigan And Canada. trsln on Atrslns eterr wekdT. nituan.l WMner Mlr- e- slRn-boa- rd B tool-hou- so (int-lm- Jf ttsln. Clticlimntl To Chlcnuo. 4 etionnlftillrslin ellhulr.l l"rlr -0- bo-co- .HutiiliT. trains e.etr Msmtanl Cars, Parlor eliliuM trsln.. Iulltusn Weeelnj il loaisrtniel I'lwlnatsrs. we.r. Irsl" " Cincinnati To Indianapolis. trains etery wreVdar 4 irslsa on umlsr DF. LOADER, rt KniiHnN City nutl tlic WcHt Billy SirrSct to Pally lidliuin and on Day 1 rains. 1 lsner Mrers I"ai TrsltH I'aiWr lata J. t) Mam. teerslSontbernAtnil. l.i.anv Irse Fsw Alt, Knotlll.rBa J Mans,;.!. ( M . I. l.imM., ''''' Sm fflWo Itre-slc- ( u? wr'Jr:SIi'u n thrw from warn all iwrson for any haleer under jx'nally o( the law provided In such eases. haif POSTED. 'i.lel our land iurn trpalnK f and herrlis car-loa- J J J f K II IIAftlllMAN. W. HAt'OIIMAN. K I'ATTF.It-O.- T D .NF.WI.AND. A M I'KNCIU M 5IU- . RoVA- iagainst alum. d" H. II havd-earn- ed F. I.Y.N N II MiKlNNKY A M IF.t.AND fllANKf. V IIAFI1IIMAN. (JHIMIlf. J I K M J f WAIIK. OWf l.i:Y. llltffll -- It Baking Powder Safeguards the food ,.,..!. P" 1 ; NX FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. it i a ... i.. ... .a PI! IUII" infH . llir ... a . . a a , -- J ZZZZ1X. altresult ..,.. ... . --- "" unmT Ufm-o- r trid IW " m. I ItHttV. UniwT 1 !, liaJr M)m I Aillm AS ., IiassI .. Mlniil II.V..ui UUl ll ..t ..t H.I.U.aiatsr.tall ta A .- - I as L IL . aussi Km ! an rmm ntrl fn ih inumrinrtw sw.a... ),," It 1 til ul, m -.. M sunWnl, Kjr Ih, H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfoku, Kv., In areMs-urr- IVla,son Hotel .'. first-clas- s. ,. rnr, . ",",. Receiving lilt Fall And I4ucastcr, Vlntcr Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. ,J PP' F r . cqd TlXG"S. If,. , fS rmTifTT FIRE IN8UB0NGE ' ..l b, " -- Insurance Company OF HKOOIkl.VN. PHjHNIX : -.- Caledonian Co., insurance XJOT)E3B,TAK23E! of Scotland. , 1 Solicits Your Bank Account, R. B. MAHON Y, Agt HTANIOIIP. KY I KOUNDICD 1HOO.; an.dh-dismul- ly J. X. SUTTON, the Unciormlcur, iple Hustonville, Otters hlsseril-l- : ,:, M" M. Kentucky IJicolu ft olHi-s- t tnd Cawytouuliea lullstiHk uKoMnssud Cstk tutlwsysou hsud I), 8. Carpenter, Manager, LOTjnSVILTiE '. "Z """ NOTICE. trude with Palls drum liund other good Coult Also llu. lorn. Oiiti flili.luir. Kliinr, A.C WoiiImi hundlo DrUk unit bund. IU iiu'tiilxir ve tuku l'urtii In ftchaiiRo. l'roiiiit dvllvcry und uttentlon to all order.. Utlleo und sculi's Wo urn In tho I'm-due- CHICAGO. Va-Io- YOU GET MORE k liiHir 1.. V N ileixit Ti'U'thoiio repairing P. ti. Wo also curry Muehlms Purls und Attuchiueiils und do ull kind i.f CD PKItltlN .No A, I'KM'P II 1 soutnern Railway tiii: SODTH'S Vt-tr- For aI .IE1TE.T 1'KNETUATr.b SYSTEM. "' mUHHexperience Turn m, ft ,,,.., EIGHT GREAT Alabuuiu, STATES COl'lilKU-JOl'ltN.U- 1 Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia North und Boutli L'uroltuu, Mllsljijt. Through Sleeping Cars lie! ween Louisville aui' the South Alli-arre- THREE DAILY TRAINS Rack way between Loularlllti and Lex Ingtou W. A. TUItK, O. 1'. A.. $cieimc nmxmw. .m.l. i Kuu-lil- Wasbluxlou, -i- fl atrsutb ?B-li?- o r Bt., Wsablusttou. U USrSUIWM. MU1U VJ ICUU7, l'U(u.. Penny's Drug Store D. O. W. II. TAYLOK, A O. I' A Louisville. Kr lawV.