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V diors slain at I'orryvlllc This bill be- MIDOLEBURG. came a law. Tho mercury was .'I degree below zeWo wiah to congratulate our eop1( In addition to tho foregoing bill and rcsolnllons Introduced by myself, I sup- ro Tuesday, to far for I ho ccuM thoy havo inaJo ' Hclng a candidate lor thn democrat- ported heartily the bill Introduced by Mr. Clinton Durham a prominent from small pox Tho creeks hero went pnt tho ilnti. ic nomination for representative In tho Mr. Chlnn, tho member from Mercer, young school teacher of thl county, gcr line, and coveral colored families next Legislature, and having repre- known a tho Chlnn Hook UIII. I sup died at hi home near Ml. Olivet Sun- sented tho county of Lincoln In tho imruvl thn intl.trui hill Introduced bv day, after only a wedk' Illness of la hud to vacate their home In tho Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to lat General Assembly, I feel It my the member from Howling Green, Mr. Kr'"l nnd pneumonia. KlffoTown. Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and Itlver was higher Saturday duty to glvn to. you n short history of Uradhurn. "rcen J. IJ. Hoy Itose, who represent connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, k Co , of Chicago, cloth my effort whllo serving you In that I supported the salary reduction bill night than It has been slnco '00 Mucn cuwmtf Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service Ljiuiutm. called to that city capacity, and furthermore, to outline. Introduced by Mr Weathcrford, tho "inairo was dono to farmers both by Ing house, ha been to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and In a certain degree, tho course I shall member from Grave county. carrying away of fence. nl I hv tho firm to lako a rooro lucrative San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. TAMPAN I oooosed nnd dufeau.d position with tho eamo house. Thoy cxcci to pursue If again elected ui a bill from Tno "suspension" bridge, which gained The Train Service Is perfor them and hit that office, and to give to you my po- the Senate appropriating 412,000 to the 're,lt notoriety In tho dallies somo two want him to travel NSHr-"- " fect In detail. Fast schedterritory to tie Kentucky and Tennca-ce- . rtion upon certalu question with commissioners who superintended tho Jcar oacic. was taken uway, much to ules, 24 hours to Jackson building of the Kddyvlllo penitentiary tho regret of the pedestrians of both of HAVANAir'-- ak N. Walker l'lnkorton will havo which I will havo to deal. If elected. J. ville, 54 hours It I my Intention to mnko u number mora than 12 years ugo. The act ap- - Mlddleburg and Yoscmltu nnd vicinity, charge of Koy' samplo room and good Cincinnati to Thomas Vickcry, formerly of Somer-l- v Wo certainly wish of speeches In county, but owing to pointing these commissioners express-- ' whlloholaawoy. vgw.j t?!iLBBSa jkHavana nrnvldnd thai thv wi.r,, nnt to ru-- ! sot- - attempted sulcldo In his room ut them both well. D. S Carpenter, ono tho fact that small. kjx has tnmlo It tW . Illllinil WfU-- , J" W.C.Ritso men, has appearance In our county, many of our eclvu pay f.ir their service over and lbo Vosemlto Hotel, Voscmlte, Friday, a.r.A., of our prominent buslnc kpicsto? been confined to hla lwl for n week citizen will perhaps for come tlmo above their actual expenses, and 1 point the weuoon used bolng a pocket knlfo 5S ClBoinnsU. avoid crowd and public place I have, with prldo to the fact that I was thu which ho slashed across his throat and wl;h grip. During tho serious lllnr which made an ugly wound. It Is bemain instrument In saving the of II. It Camnltz, l. M , hit daughter,' tiicieforo, decided to use tho column MIm Edna. hu had almost cntlro con- of our very excellent county p.iKir to cr of tho State In this one Instance the lieved his mind had suddenly become, unbalanced, but for what cuuo we nro very considerable sum of $12,000. trol of tho olllcc, and I only rcwat tho reach them. In aktog tho democrat of my counHaving submitted tojousomoof u,0 tmablo to tell. Vickcry is a widower) sentiment of the entire community, .WB HAVE THE HI'.ST LINE OF when I ay sho has filled tho placo most ty to endoro mo by uiruin making mo things that I did and tried to do whllo of about 50 years und la n brother-in- creditably. Mr. C. la and ha boon In tho nominee of my party, nnd the pco-pl- o acting as your servant, I now feel it my law of J. T. Short, proprietor of tho of my county to ngalti elect mo to duty to give you my (tosltlon upon cer- Yosomlto Hotel. Ho was taken to Lakebed for ilx week. Mis France Adam, who ha been the very Important and rcKnslblo tain questions that will come before land Asylum SasurUay by Sheriff Brown. visiting Ml" Aunlo Evan Hrlght at otllco of representative, I nm not un- tho next Legislature. Ever so'd in Tcntral Kentucky. All wo aik is your inspection. Tho prices are J. II. 1'ossmore, formerly a distiller I am In favor of tho paesage of a law Hubble, ha returned, and brought as mindful of the horor heretofore conltigbt for they are tho Lowest. Tho finest and nobbiest line of of thl cjunty and a candidate for tho her guest, Mia Bright. Mctsrt. Frank ferred upon me, for which I oow de- such us was projKMed by tho Chlnn for county Iloblnsonand George Dunn, of Dan- sire to return to thorn my sincere Uook Hill, that proved to give to the republican nomination ville, accompanied them. F. II. Mon-not- t, thnnks. children of tho State of Kentucky judge in 1)1, died Thursday night at tho Desiring to wake this article ns e school books . of Norwalk, O , I hero on btisl-ne- t. less homo of a friend, of spasms. Ho bad at least taken a load of hickory to McKlnoey ii I can consistent with It pur- than they now cost, Jamc 11. Cook ha been sufferThe Newest and Lasttst Guod. I am In favor ot the enactment ot a that day and retired that night apparing with an attack of grip. Lon Tay- poses, I will at unco proceed to give railroader of Pitta-bur- you nn account of the various bill and law similar to that proposed by the ently in tbo best of health. Tho mema lor, spent anveral day with hi pa- resolution Introduced by myself In the Hradburn bill, to prexent tho forma- ber of tho houe In which ho was staying were uwukened by a strange noise rent. Ml Mabel Taylor camo homo lat Legislature and leave to you to tion of trust. during the night. Ho died In a few Camlllo Hopper, u Judco of tholr respective merit. I am in favor ot a rcductiou of tho him. Ml with minutes. Saturday tho body was taken Ilosolutlon No. I, to amend the salaries of the State officers. pupil of Glcndalo Female College, ha IrANVII.LE, KY. No. 136. I am In favor of tho election of V S. to tho grave for interment but on open been homo ."or two week on account State Constitution by providing for a upon all Senators by the opular voto of the ing tho coffin lid a perspiration cover OO ot sickness. Sho hope to return In it "Hoard of 1'ardons" to pa o"o o'o'o'o'o o"o o'oo o'o o o ooo and eommu-Utiofew day. John 11. Dillon. Jr'., of Cov- applications for pardon people. If elected I will voto for the ed hi face and tho body was taken Cam-nl- u wus interred Sunday. ington, ha been visiting Howard nominee ol the democratic caucus for back but Ct.AItK.VCK COLKMAN. Ilceolutton No. 2, to amend the State V S Senator, whomsoever ho may be. and Val H. Morao. Mr. Dillon Edna Camnltz, Constitution by abolishing the "Ilu-rea- ti camo homo with Ml to the people of my It is DANVILLE. of Agriculture, Labor and Stati- county that I was not a candidate for Culbcrtson. who ha been with Mlko Shepherd, the brick mason. called homo on ac- stic." There Is no annual appropri- representative before tho convention Ml Cumnltzwa o Jk. ation of fKI.OOO tuado for this bureau, thut gavo me the nomination belore, a"d aQ old citlzun of Danville, died of o count of tho lllneea of her father. C. II. William, of Georgetown, waa and u fur a I have been able to as- but that the nomination was tendered dropsy, nfier a protracted illness Mr. Marguret Hoblnson sold her o week. ThU gentle- certain It ha never been worth 13 tno by u unanimous voto of the convenhere ono day o man I the prime mover In wanting to cent to tho people of Kentucky. o tion. With un excellent ticket equita- residence on Hurrodsburg Avenue to o II. II. No. 17, to amend tho comuon bly distributed over tho county und a W.'T. Henry, of Howan, Tenn., for o o build tho electric railway from More-lan- d O O In Order to Mnko Itom for Spring Styles. to Liberty. Ho come highly rec- school law so a to conform to the pro united parly, wo won. The city council has put the stock O O ommended a a gentleman und a thor- visions of tho Slato Constitution In I gavo 10 my constituency and to tho ough bualnes man in every particular. regard to the apjiolntment of trustee people ot my Ssato GO days of honest sales further out, confining tbcm to First street between Walnut nnd I made a falthhil effort to pro Ho waa horo looking over tho ground to till vacancies. work II. H No. 18, an act to make It u cure the passage of such laws as would Uroadway and to Main street east of jo and I very nnlhuahuita on tho subject. o Ho ha had a great deal of experience felony to sell, or offer forsulo, tho llesh lu my judgment redound to tho Interest rirt. According to tho report made by several year of an animal dying otherwise than by of my coplo and reduce tbo burden ot for In thla aamo bualnc and from hi conversation holseortaln-l- y slaughter, or known to be diseased taxation with which they aro now op- County Treasurer Frank Lee, Hoylo IJ county last year paid out $1,045 for acquainted with every hog path and when slaughtered. pressed. I recorded my votes in every J. Tonnes-oo- . II. IJ. No. ID, to allow examining instance in what I conceived to be the guarding tbo loll gate against raiders. wild cat track of Kentucky and Mr. J. Thornton Meyer, son of Dr. J. Till road bhould and doe mean court J2 per duy In lieu of i'l In each interest of thu people. M. Meyer, and Miss Dora VanArsdall, a wholo lot to our citizen, and tho felony cae. With iho excrIenco obtained from a daughter of Mrs. Merrick VanArsuall, hold and II II. No. 20, to umond tho law in term served in thu Legislature und tho town seem unxlous to take regard to eclal circuit court judge acquaintance formed with the members, wcro quietly married nt tho home of olzo something to rejuvenate tho tij tilace. And why not? I noticed In so as to mako their per diem SU In lieu mapy of whom will bo returned, 1 feel the brido's mother Wednesday. In the fiscal court It. S. Nichols was your lat Issuo o good letter from your of3, and to 1k deducted In certain that I will bo still better prepared to chosen county treasurer to succeed Mnreliind corrcstiondont with ono ex cao from tho salary of the regular represent tho people another term. Frank N. Lee. Claims for working und that I where ho give our jutlgo. 1 bis bill passed tho Hoiwo but ception Tho acts of tbo lust Legislature will V)' 1 county road to the amount of $o,22S.05 now road a kick, but It la only "sour failed In tho Senate. bo made tho main issue of tho next till grape" with hlra and hi citizen. II. H. No. 21, to allow sheriff for State campaign und I feel thai I am wcro allowed, und L. A. Martin, keeper of the oor house, wus allowed $574. fil Kntlrelv Now Patterns. Tho latest and most beautiful combination of II '1 " . Whenever Huatonvlllo say sho la go- convoying prisoners 10 cont per mllo amply able to defend them. .i.. ;; Advocate. colors. , ing to do a thing, sho I pretty apt to In lieu of 20 cents, a now provided by If nominated I will do all In my powdo it and always in good stylo. So Statute ThU bill passed the House er to carry tho parly's banner 10 victoNEWS OF THE VICINAGE. M Morolaud just tako your doso and say but failed In tho Senate. ry, and if elected will servo tho Inter-tcrcLess than 15 catilo were on tho Har- 1 our. Several II. 11. No. 22, an act to prohibit the nothing, for tho road of the whole people to the best of rjdsburg market Monday. of our capitalists and hustler havo marriage of This act my ability. Ilespcctfully, t, Tho heme of John Hosse, at gone to tho homo of Mr. William to passed the House, but failed In tho M. P. North. j$ was totally consumed by tiro. confer with that gentleman und ierfcct Senate. SfAIS'SllltUAlUr NKKD. Duo Carr was severely burned by on arrangement. These mon aro Dr. Ed II. H. No. 2.1, to make It a felony to Mr I'. OllfM. of lliriyloni, Stxlii. Alcorn, Messrs. Jesso Wife, Waller C. set lire, Intentionally, to the woods, wiuirnIt.it Allen, 3. C. Wrak rierrra K'liJ' Ml ' explosion in Davis' coal mine in Whit-leb4 rauard Greening und James Fryo. Now when fence, Ac. wrrts aln lu tlw Imk of bli brad. Ol u.lng It Is all n canard about Leo Turner, II. 11. No. 21, un act to abolish tho hlnlrlc Hitter., Amerlva'iKiYntntlUuudaudNrrie body of boodlo und bruin start that Itemr.ljr, all luiln on left Mm. lis uy tliU ,'rouJ ot Middlesboro, being dead. Ho turned after u good u thing u un electric Statu Jioard of Equalization. II. H. No. 25, an act to abolish tho uii'UUIus It what biiruuulry dwiIi, All A inn lea up safo and sound. railway, you will bo bound to hear and kidney trouble, I'ur-iLnoai lbt it cur.i it!) Hiram Kilby, u farmer, was found drop. 1 will try und keep otllco of register of tho laud office uud tuiiMib, ttrtiitheii IheMuud tuiHtuplb Ho dead on a road near Ulchmond. prog- consolidate with that of auditor of tb Morolaud posted us to tho rapid litrie. lull. Tim, rigor and new life into vtrry M' Sold from sample onlv. Cut to fit your your room and no waste ift public account. This bill became a uiuwle, uerieaudurjiiiuf lbs body. It weak, tlnd had been to tho city attending court ress of said roud. XjJ Takes on y IS hours after ordering. Moquotto Hugs of all sizes. La- - JJ Kti-rlottlo guarautecu' und It Is supposed he froze. law and will save to tho tuxpayer of or ailing you nnd it. ' dies will pleau call and we the samples. ouly &u ceuU. Ntld by lVnuyi Prug blurs CHURCHES AND iR&CHRS. A dispatch from Corbln says that F, this State 91,000 annually. M- - Smith, as.istant postmaster ut this II. II. 20, to require llsh road to bo Gov. Hradley pardoucd Joo H. Ham Itlchard W. Jonca, n former lluptl.t built over dam In l"aco-,lnoro vuri "nexpccicuiy lor certain stream to soy, of Winchester, under u two-yeby u minister, wu given three jeai allow tho pussugo of flh. I introduc- sentence for forgeries aggregating Virginia, taking his family with him. Jury ut ElUubothtown for bigamy. ,,0OK uru UKla oxuraineu lor uis ed thl bill for $15,000, and tho pardon was granted on Itov. It. II. Mahony uska ua to say people living tho special benefit of on Fishing und lluck thogiound that his Incarceration In crepauce. I'reaub-crsvlll- o tint ho will bo ou hund ut tho Con. Casslus M. Clay telegraphod to Creeks In thl county. It passed thu iho penitentiary, on uccouot of phyd- ! church Saturday and Sunday at House, but fulled In tho Senate. cul lutitmltlc., would kill hlu.. Kn. Sonator Lindsay to procure him protcc ' t,on bi' tho Federal government from a tho usuul hour. seyV wife mortguged ull of herseparato II. U. 102, to repeal secTho Louisville Ministerial Associa- tions of tho luw known tho guard vendetta that has for years been threat You nil have our greatest sympathy, but It will stop raining after awhile. It always us tho "Martin cstato and paid off his forged paper. tion refused to admit to membership Mob Law.'1 . enlng his life. Tho dispatch shows has, and when It does you ought to be ready for plowing. So cotue In and get evThis bill passed both tho tho pastor of tho Unitarian und tho House und Senate, was CIIAMHKlll.AIN'S CO I'd 11 HEMEUV. . plainly that tho once stalwart mind is ery thing that you need In the way of vetoed by tho gona. lleformcd Hebrew Churches. Governor, passed tho House over his This remedy is intended especially A dispatch from London says that for coughs, colds, croup, whooping Uo v. K. Edwards, pastor of tho En- voto, but failed by about two votes cough1 living on Goose und Inllueiua. It has become Jphn Smallwood, glish Huptlst Church at Minersvillc, to pass over hi veto In tho Sonato. Clay county, while serving op a And wo havo some SEED OATS for you too. And when you get ready to famous for lis euro of these diseases, Creek, la., when suffering with rhoumatlsm, II. IJ. 103, to ropcal an act exclud over u large part ottho civilized world. jury at Manchester, received the sad was advised to try Chamberlain' l'uln ing Crab Orchard Springs from tho Tbo most llaiioriug testimonials havo intelligence thut a laudslldo bad deBalm. He says: "A few applications town of Crab Orchard. Thl bill became been received, giving accounts of Its stroyed his little mountain homo, killCome light lu here and we will tell you what you need. a law. o! this liniment proved of groat ing thrco of his family and soriously IJ. 104, to prohibit stock from good works; of tho aggravating and wounding tho other two II. It subdued tho Inflammapersistent coughs It has cured; of setion ana relieved tho pain. Should running at largo within school house vere colds thai havo yielded promptly TliU FOHKMOST COUNTKY PAI'EU. by giving l'uln enclosures. any sufferer proflt YOU CAN'T 11ETTEB A U. U. 106, to make tho amount of to It soothing effects, and of tho dan- Tho Intkiuoii JpuitNAi. was 27 year Halm ft trial it will pleaso mo." For appedltjrotu circuit court In certain gerous attacks ot croup It baa cured, old last Friday. Having road it ever by Craig it Hooker, Druggist. sale character of case 1200 Instead of 1100. often saving thu llfo ot thu child. Tho sinco IBS" with more regularity and extensive use of It for whooping cough grcuter interest and pro lit than any fiili IminuDo Neero reclinent, This1 bill became a law. Thn of It rob that II. IJ. 153, to amend tho ovomptlon has shown thutconsequence. disease by other paoer published In America, mustered out ut Cblukamauga, Urod Sold For a cat plow or a all dangerous Europe, Arope, Iropo, Oropo orStirup, from tho car windows ut Chattanooga, statutes so as not to apply to contracts Crulg ,t Hooker, Druggltt. of citizen und do- made beforo marriage wo celebrate its recurring annlversa wounding a number ii a a H. IJ. 1S5, to amend the law In reThe high water bus driven tbo trains do with a prldo almost of ownership. ing other damage. Tholr behavior was gard to granting law license. out of tho Central Union Depot at Cin- May It continue tho foremost country almost a bad a that of tho 4th Ky. m For a steel plo w, Wejhavo II. II. 202, to abolish tho otllco of cinnati, and ull roads, except tho C. & paper of the State, wielding an influ. IKATTllItOBUtNU llBiDACIIl.-assistant sergeant at arms, tipstaff und O., aro now using tho Eight street sta- ence for good that will cndiuo long Would quit My lrT you, If you ukJ Pr. klu-'of the cotirt of appeals. tion. Tho C. & O, will uso the Fourth-stre- after tho hand that guides It has laid New Ufo 11IU. TbouanJif fulfcrur ba)jrod janitor Nervous down the pen that has bcon so long the depot. II. IJ. 203, to abolish tho office of tbelriuaUbleMiuerlllorblck.aud On all the goods, and beg that you ctll and see ua before buying, Tbey luika pur blood suit alron- Dartr assistant adjutant gonoral. Tho apellate court says that tho envy and admiration of tho press and to taka. Try su4 build up jour ballb. ljuy U. 2b'J, to appropriate 1500 to Negro, Will 'full, who Killed hi wife public of this and other States. Itlch-mon- d II, tbeiu. UalyUretta. Moy bik If aol cuidJ. Climax. protect tho grave of Confederate sol- - la Graves couuty, must dlo. Bold ty i'euuj'i Druj Stoic, ADDIIIVSSra aiib-urba- of Florida0 Havana j ' tux-pa- Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits con-els- om-thl- NECKWEAR 6000 full-Heg- ed SUITS MADE TO ORDER. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone 00000 000000 n. well-know- n lulo 1 Wall Paper AT COST. I at $4,-2."- W. B. McROBBRTS. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo a en-ti- ro 1 ft CARPETS I i -i I Spring Samples Now on Dis- ti yiay. Cotton, Union, All Wool Ingrains, st first-cousi- AltL-mon- y. l'r I I I I Brussels, Moquettes, Velvets, Axminsters. I ; ar ' I H. J. M'ROBERTS. "' - FARMERS -- . m Harness, Plow Points, Plows, &c, zFXiA.:srT y"ott:r, ojtidiit BBAZLBY & CARTER. VUIiCAN PLOW GXBBS' i IMPERIAL a et llead-acbe- REIDTJaEID - PRICES B. K. WEAKEN A SON. : Newton Lane, who at Versailles two Juijga M. L. Hayward was elected U, encounter OCtwccn Chlnn and Senator Chnrjc J. S Senator by tho Nobrnska republican years aio killed II. U, Ilodcnbaughand i, son, was lined - and sentenced to 10 Legislature. Hronston occurred In tho 1'birnlx Lexington, Wednesday, whon tho Tho president has decided to go to days In j.tll by Judge Phillips at for carrying a concealed Mar. io, 1899 former's blitll wa promptly called by Thomasvlllc, Ga., as tho guest of Sena Stanford, Ky., wenpon. tho latter. Chlnn nuked him If ho urns tor Hanna, for a brief rest. Great Hrltatn hn. warned China thnt armed and on Yccelvlng a negative Tho Filipinos In tho vicinity of the W. P. WALTON. reply told him to jro and arm himself. a repudiation of tho railroad contruct Manila water works woro routed by Urontton replied that ho would In loss will bo regarded as a breach of faith. Gens. Whcaton'sand Halo' brigades. It comes via Frankfort that tho much It Is estimated that i"0 natives woro than 10 minutes. "You aro n 1 n GoEiir.L warmed up to tho Sknatoii thlof,"satd Chlnn. "You aro a d n advertised caco conference of tho re- killed. The Americans lost two killed work at Hartford Monday nnd,wcnt for bluffer and coward" responded Hrons- publicans has been declared off, tho nnd sovcral wounded. " Ring out the old Ring In the new Kfl hi. traducers like a thousand of brick. ton. Senator Goebel, who Is a small Hunter-Tayl- or cloment not desiring It, There have been only four day out R1z out UlB falte RlD ln th9 tn" " RMtJUfHsttsAvlMwA Ho read an article from tho Kllzaboth- - man, led Gov. Koosevolt has raised it row of tho past 20 on which It has not boon biff Mercer county man tho We bring to vou the new and true. from the town News which supports Hardin, ac- away and Hronston wqnt for a pu n. among the republicans by giving Chas. snowing nnd blowing In tho vicinity P'n(y 'ofes!j of Norway quitting him of tho. libelous . cbnrgo . of l?A,llrnlmv In ,lin VintM. Vlrt ......... th.t ' S. f fmlflll ...... ono of Clovoland's secre of Loadville. ... H"J ,. . .. Around Twin Lakes tho or connection wnn tno courier any sort , taries of the treasury, a lucrative olllcc. ch,nn ,md bom takcn to ,,, room snow Is six feet deep on tho level and Journal and asserting hlim-cl-f tho ah- - BpoHcomBn look nron.ton away. Chlnn This from Editor L. K. Casey, of tho In places for miles It Is heaped to a wn nfinrirni.il. ,,.- - - nnilnr lmnil nf S.V. Covington Commonwealth, .. scorns slg- i) W. . , .....U nut ......... Pine-Tar-Hon- ey his record. Of tho chargo that ho in- 000 to keep tho peaco nod left for Ms nlllctnt: Editor Walton,' ot tho INTK- - height of -- feel stigated tho suit for a receiver for tho home shortly afterwards. Tho trouble LAND AND STOCK. ntou jochn'al,, always just, conservaDispatch, ho entered a most complete camo up over a lawsuit, In which Chlnn tive and courageous, sees things as they Nature's remedy. Improved by Hkt 'SSSET "ItHI sdence to a most naturalPermanent, denial, adding that ho could not have claimed that Hronston had accused really nrc and is not to bo cajoled or Good cattle sell at 61c In Cincinnati Positive Pleasant, had any connection with such a legal St. Sophia, n 40 to 1 shot, won a raco Cure for coughs, colJj and nil Inflamed surfaces Chlnn' wlfo of conspiring to rob and bullied into anything that his con abortion as tbn suit evidently is, ns ho defraud. It seems that one Crawford, science does not approve. Ho Is a sterl- at Now Orleans. of the Lungs nnd Bronchial Tubes. can prove by tho L. & X. attorneys Lungs are exhilaThe sore, wcatycour.h-worThc Adair News reports tho .ales of who died in Florida, had a gambling ing democrat and a man of experience, mucus Is cut out i the rated ; the mkrobc-bearln$22 50. that ho docs know how to bring a suit. house that ho deeded to Chlnn on his nnd his views aro always respectfully yearling steers at $17 M to Winls, of cause of that tkkilng Is removed, anJ the InfUmed Tho concentration of mendacity was death bed to sell for the benefit of considered, even by thoso who aro of D. C. Allen sold toS. W. membranes oe lieoleil onJ soothed so that there found, he said, in tho Dispatch's Crawford's wlfo and also gavo him a opposite opinion. steers at Winchester, 34 It would bo well for 41c. Is no Inclination to cough. chargo that he had supported Mack-bur- n diamond ring to radio for.her, for which violent partisans in tho democratic COLO BY ALL OOOD DnUQQIBTS ' Tho Advoc.Ua notes tho sales of for Senator with a thorough unhe got $700 or $S00. Chlnn never gavo party to tako heed of the lust thrco Dottlea Only. 2Go., COo. and $t.00 Slit! HI to .'! and hogs at butcher eutllo at derstanding with tho Haldemans, as her the money for'olther, It Is alleged, lines of an artlclo copied In this impres- 3 35. OE SURE YOU GET a preliminary step to bis candidacy for ' and I AM6S VEAnSOLQ,.1riirR- "Democra after getting judgment Hronston sion of tho Commonwealth nj rrt.J7 sguaj to 1'r. Iirll llnr-l.W. C Greening bought of W. L. the gubernatorial nomination and whllo had somo money attached, which he cy Hoary. H tlTnqolrlc .ml irrnuuirnt rrllrf In a Ming In Dr. Bell's PiM-Tar-Rthasn't got everything tngrlpMwtUMroact.iuidrcUi ItirAlir. not desiring to appear extravagant in alleged was for horses sold In tho namo Kentucky now nnd conservatism must Walker, of Adair, six horses at $7, to mt Insr. itnB(,-l- la M. A. Mtiu. PjllUOkh w. $100. language ho would say, meaning o.t-- 1 of Mrs. Chlnn, with fraudulent prevail." William Harris bought In Hockeas-tl- o actly what he said, that "tho author of and Pulaski a bunch of calves at that accusation, no mattcr'who he Is, Is ' BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. $22 to $28. WHIL.K discussing their marriage, a liar and a scoundrel." He then by iru-- 1 Tho river at Cincinnati got to .",0 l) Jerry C. Caldwell, of Boyle, sold to A. J. plication charged that Gen. Hardin which was to occur in a feet and began to recede. Anderson .V Spllmnn his growing crop was the candidate of tho L. ifcX. because, Comer said to his sweetheart at J. T. Honaker, the Lexington gro of 700 acres of wheat at 00c. n W. Va., as ho pulled out a It is a fact that Gen. Basil A llrm of Chicago commission mer Duke, its chief lobbyist and James P. revolver: "If you go back on mo I'll ccr, was stritcken with meningitis. Tho 3d Kentucky has been ordered chants got a corner on eggs In Chlca' Helm, ono of its leading attorneys, aro show vou what I'll do." As ho turned his closest friends, ts against any of tno weaon to his breast, It went oil from Cuba to Savannah to be? mustered no last week, and cleared $15,000 dur ing tho temporary egg famine. the accusations made against him, tho and ho went with It, thus reducing tho out. Schley will rcclovo $7,000 a jear Win. It. Woods' tobacco factory, with Senator said ho had as much right to number of fools by ono. while on duty at Sea, and Simpson, 40,000 pounds of tobacco, was destroyed say that Gen. Hardin isplred and pro- We confess that we do not feel near $5,000. by lire at Hopklnsvllle. It Is thought mirftfl thft annillnfr nilf. nf tho anony I - V. uw ..w. - W.V.Uk Tho snow fall this season in Now to bo the work ot an luccndlary. mous literature, because Harvey My- as kindly towards Gen. Miles since HA inches, greater than Tho Richmond Register ay there ers, of Covington, who Is at tho head of learning that It was ho who had man York has been acles placed on Jefferson Davis, while foryeais. wero 1,000 rattio on tho markot there the distribution, Is a personal and poJames River Is higher at Richmond Monday. Prices ruled higher thnn last Note the following prier. They will show you hnw much a dollar will buy In litical friend of the general. Richard he was a prisoner at Fort Monroe. He claims, however, that ho was simply than it was in 1SS!) and great damage Is court, ranging from 31 to cents, tho our ttore. W. Knott, .editor of tho Post, is a Secrebeing done. latter llguro being tho estimated price brother of Stuart R. Knott, vice presi- obeying orders from Assistant Tho Pennsylvania railroad earned paid for several lots sold bv tho head dent of the L. & N. nnd an ardent sup- tary of A'ar C. A. Dana. $132,S(i0,470gro-sl- n 1S9S, an .Increase without being weighed. Good steers porter of Hardin: John H. Wballen is DEHOR says that the republicans will $4,001,383. brought from 41 to 5 cents; heifers 4 to one of the road's political agent, and win In Kentucky this year because of A statue to Miss Winnio Davis is to 4 cents. About 25 mules wuro offered, 1'. Spools of Jno. Clark's Thread, 2 Suit, of Underwear for ladir?, Gen. Dude led tho procession of rail- prosperity has come. It has come to m be erected at Hollywood Cemetery, ot and a number brought from $50 to $75. 1 Ladle.' Curtvt, 10 Yard, of yard wide Percale, road men in 1600, who wero driven Jlko him His salary now is fully Richmond, Va. 25c U Yards of Calico, .' 1'alr. of Inlics' llo-Wo a lot of slaves by tho L. & X. to vote 10 times as much as it was before his MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, The L. & N. earned $l,fit0,00 during 2ic H Yds olyd wide Unblcnch Cnllon. Sflfl 0 Ln lies' Handkerchiefs. forMcKlnlcy and all these support whereabouts was discovered. February, a decrease or 913.1,4m over Llzzio - Ladle' Vet, Wiuduw Shade, 50o Hardin nnd "I have as much right to W. II. Incrara and Mis 1 Pair 3 yard long Lace Curtain, Ooloied Ijnundurrd Shirt, hargc that ho is the L. & N's. candi.l In its weekly report, closing Mnrch February, 1808. We Kewles wero marrleil at Plnovlllo. boilr-rLaunTho the White Cloud 25c .', Turkish Kith Toweln, to dato as has any man to make acousa- - 0, tho Ohio State board of health says Thomas Powell, Jr , and Miss Jennie 3 Linen Col an, dry at Ashland blew up, Instantly Love, popular young peoplo of Somer 5 Celluloid Collar, ; '15c 2 Pair of Hot.' Knee 1W, tlons against me." These, and other that out of tho 1,044 cases of small-po- x 60a 2.1c A pair of Children's Shot--, No 1 Work Shirt for Men, personal matters shall not, however, reported to It, but nine deaths have killing Frank Owens. 50a were married Wednesday. Twenty-seve- n Legion sold lei's have set, In 3 Iloy.' Caps, drowned is- - occurred. -- oc 1 hull oi Umle:car, tt)c This rato makes the disease the Senator declared, obscure tho James Gordon was in tho army. Ten left at Franklin county whllo going with a 3 pair Men's Suspender, 25c 2 Pair of good Working (ilovetj 60o sues of the campaign and then ho even less fatal than chicken-po- x once for the Philippines. 1 pair Ladies' ltubber, 2Bo 12 Pair of Men's Sock, 50o launched Into discussion of tho elechis marriage license. child of It. L. friend for Hoy Eaoak, tho blackguard, Is going to .Tho 2.1c George tion law, tho McChord and Qbinn bills, ton, of Ncwhurg, Ind., I pair Men's lluliert, Wise, of Winchester, got a pea In Its for all of which he stood and upon Hawaii to spend some of tho money ho windpipe cut a vein In his arm and bled to death and choked to death. ho intended that bla opponents gets for being a disgrace to tho army, which his wlfo had sued for divorce. Mrs. McNamara paid the forfeited because If ho Georgo McCabe, town marshal of should stand or state to tho contrary. and will leave in a few days. $1,000 bond for King McNamara for Hurgln, and Mrs. Heine Klrklin, of Tho speech was hot stuff from start to never come back thoro will no tears be killing young Keller at Lexington. shed. finish and although tho mercury was Harrodsburg, wero married at Lexlng- West Virginia's governor In order to 'ton One pair of Ladies' Patent Tip Itutton or Lire Shoe in II nek or Tan. toying with tho zero mark It warmed POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. reach his olllce io tho btatebouse at Falling to kill his wire, wno mauo a One pair of Men' Fine Shoe., his 300 hearers to high enthusiasm. compelled tousoaboat. most remarkable escape, Jus. Clanoy, China has apologized to Italy for tho Charleston was One pairs of Men's Jean Pant. John Franklin for murder and at- of LowUton. III., blew his worthies The democratic State central and insult to her minister. One Knee Pant Suits I to 1 yenr. executive committees met in Lexington It Is estimated that the Outage bill tempted extermination of his wife's brains out. SO, was Glasgow toentire family will hang at Wednesday and decided on Juno the will save distillers about $.1,000,000. ! Hobort Harris, a bachelor of day. 21st as the day and Loulsvlllo as tho married at La Porte, Ind., to MUs Kentucky, will bo entitled to three of Tho war department has decided to Uldnch Smith, 70. Thoy had been place, for holding the State convention the 101 second lieutenants provided for Mch'h llhck CUy Wonted Soils for H.H-twithdraw all the. volunteers from Cu- sweethearts for 0 years. Men's Iilack Cheviot Suit only i US. to nominate candidates for State olllces. by tho new army bill. A largo crowd was present and great II. Simeon Tomllnson and MUs Mug-gl- o Tho president bellovcs a regulararmy ba, leaving an occupation army of Is said that of fio.OuO is sutllclent and will not call 15,000 regulars. Hynn, both of the West Knd, wero Interest was manifested. It At Itobertsvlllc, this State, Hen married by Hev. H. J. Pinkerton at the Hardin men wanted au earlier date, for tho 35,000 volunteers. but Goebel seemed to have had things nominations Haley and Samuel Delaney fought over Hustonvlllo yesterday. Out of 833 post-olllMiss Alleo Hoblnson, daughter of his own way. Olllo James was elected sent to the Senate during tho last ses- - the hand of MUs Lucy Harris and both wero dangerously wounded. Both used James H. Hoblnson, of Garrard, was Bc8m our Matting) and Carpet.. to succeed the Senator as committee- - slon, 14 wero not confirmed, Ltuve your order for a null of man from tho State-a- t large. The married at his homo In Garrard, on thu Tho total appropriations for public knives Frank Dillon was glvon $2,500 judg 1st. to Wm. Hakcr, of Versailles. at. WUW .www.. wwww.w.. w. delegates to tho State convention will tiiilldtni.d mailjt wv ttin -- WAnr endfnii nf WU..U.UH0 U....4U mctit against tho city of Lexington for bo chosen bv countv- and legislative Congress uggregate $12,4i5,O0O. William Lackey aid MUs Addlo, t commu- breaking bis leg by a fall on a slippery oldest daughter of Judge It. A. Hum-sid- e, 17. Therepresen- mass meetings Juno The third district rulljroad of Lancaster, drovo to Danvlllo tation will bo ono for every 200 votes tee selected Winchester for holding pavement. Made as low as II. (let your Tho wages of 8,000 workmen in mills yesterday afternoon and wero married. cast for Bryan and all known den):' tho convention and fixed April 20, as controlled by tho American Steel and ot tno Tho Hurper, Kas., Sentinel, rat?, who supported Bryan and those tho data.. , ! who pledge themselves to support the' It is said that tho administration Is Wlro Company wero advanced from 5 .'Id, tells of tho marriage of MUs Alnominees are entitled to participate in hunting for a man with which to beat to 10 per cent. berta Anderson, daughter of Mr. und At Alanta the thermometer sf od at ' Mrs. W. II Anderson, who used to Wo lave sample, in all of the Intent pattrrn out. lu Percale, Cheviot, Madras tho conventions. There was no dlspo- -' Heed for speaker, but It U safe to say nttd 7 on March .'Ird and on tho 7th It was llvo here, to Milton Koblmon, a young Scotch Cheviot, Kngllsh Oxford .Summer and Zephyr Flannel, Pique and while sltion todlscrlmlnatougalnst golddcm ltwontllnd him. Samuel J. Harrows has written a down to 0,' breaking ull records for business inun of that city. Tho paper Shirt nindu in any Mylc. ocrats, but a general dcslro to extend ) llriuj us your 1XK1S speaks In highest praUu of them both. tho ollvo brunch. Tho meeting was letter to President McKlnley declln- - March weather there Will pay the highett mniket prlre, Madrid authorities have ottered The bride is a niece of Mr. K. S. Ly-tlharmonious and tho results seem to be lng u second tender of the olllce of Aqulnaldo a ransom of $1,000 each for satUfuctiry. und is u lovely girL Librarian of Congress. Thc Glasgow News says that Judge olllcers, $100 for privates und $500 for.' so-- ! DOWN Id Hart county a preacher ' clvllllans, but nothing for priests. Uuced one of his liook nnd when his iu Breckinridge Is a happy, gracoful and Doctors say Fltzslmmons' right arm T.I) 1UNKY, Manager was about to find him out, paid a man fluent speaker, und mado a splendid Is In such u condition that ho can not Impression on thoso who heard him. to perforin a criminal operation uion ltranvh store ut Paris, Carlisle, .(t Sterling, Ilardslown, Lawreneeburg, (ynthl-ana- , Is suffering from .ale MO liu.ln-f wel oat. for Tbero uro l,740,5o3fNcgro voters In light for months. Ho Versailles, Kminenie, Georgetown, Kllittbetlitomi. Krtnkfort. .Muuckmrt, Ind her, tho man claiming that ho could the chipping oil of tho olocranon pro- - Oliver Chilled I'luw. mill llwlr-Mull-world. Cultivators. Ix.t In thu do so without danger. Tho woman America. It can bo safely estimated CCM, not Heerlug I toll ami IU.I llenrlng !liilir Hob Drown and Johnson Franklin, TIIIJ SKSSION OP died and both woro arrested for mur' that 2,000,000 of theso will vote tho Uoll und Hull Hearing Mowei. tho condemned murderers at Glasgow, j Miijur UucUlxMnl. utnl and on separata trials both wero publican ticket In MioveU. Plow, and Duulilu L'lven life sentences that thov are now I times.. havo written letters to all thu churches r ... All kind, of Furniture, and any piece nt j. no wiuiamsuurg nines says that requesting serving. Tho case Is not dissimilar to that prayers bo .aid for kind of Hume.. ou wiirit. Cull on lUTSlQMlll.a. Kv. a l. 8. CAKI'KNTIIIC, that of Wilson, who bv tho very uct of IS prominent republicans have been them. Having been suspended for a week on account of small pox In the town will lie re. Lightning struck tho homo of Geo. allowing him ball, tho court says Is not subpa'iioed In that county by John O. umed on White to provo that Horelnguscd mon- KUsel. near Kvansvillc. Ind.. as a fu I.STRAY HARID, guilty of u capital otTcnso, which is I mii.l tail lull OTH, 1800, neral cortege was leaving tho tlOUSO. j mi.l 4 ean old; hry mn punishable either by life imprison- ey to defeat him. All tho republican members and Tho mourners stopped an hour to fight .r.l,rJiu1ctl.!Jg;rV:i::ifu,lV Let all the student etiiru to their work on the tlr.t day, wliciu sImi wo hope to welment and death. Truly doctors of the lu iur. ur will l tin t In r of tho Kentucky congres- tho tlame- -. come several new pupil. law as well as doctors ot mcdlnlno . Aftorjrobblng John Kissinger near1 sional delegation have decided to InWILLIAM SHRITON, PRESIDENT. .......IF Yoni Hon. Hrutus J, Olay for tho Kvansvillc, Ind., brutes beat hi in al- -l Tilt: (Jlncluuatl Knijutrer says auent dorse the most to death and left him hanging by Paris commisslonershlp. Needs thc talk about him forsecretury of wur, " It is said that railroad men from all hU tnea. Nnlfhlmra urrlvud lust In that there Is a suspicion abroad that over thu State will incut In Louisville tlmo to suvo him. UANVII.I.K CWT.KCO , HASVIM.B, KY. Till: I Ku. II) Thirl bt. Gen. Whcolur lias already ono log In March 10, to prepare plans to light uny A passenger train und a switch enthe republican party and tho Louisville candldato for governor who In is favor gine collided on tho Lakb Shore railCourier Journal says that Seaker of TO THE FARMERS i thu McChord railroad bill. road ut Dunkirk, N. Y,, uud 14 Heed camo neur landing lu tho dcmo wero scalded and mangled, two of Tho dumocratlu county committee crulto party before Congress adjourned. has ordered precinct convention hold whom havo since died. All nutloii. uru learning this Iomoii: Tho latter patty will bo willing to on the Urst day ot April o Magistrate W, J. McNumaru was for tho swap und give boot, though tho litImplethe of choosing u nomineo forrcpru-kentutlv- u found guilty In thu circuit court at Osborne tle general deserves well of his counment Succeed Lexington of shooting and wounding u from Uoylo cod city. try. Thu trouble with him Is that ho r John U. Thompson said to a Louis-vill- a colored soldier und bis punishment fix- Where others fulli imt eHcUUy our Is not abla to withstand thu blandishTheir pirfeetlou I credunit Mower reporter: I can truthfully say that ed ut tbreq years In tho penitentiary. muterlul that ments and lluttery of a republican presited to being built of thu every Indication jwlnU to tho nominaarmy In tho Philippines money cuii huy. AImi hulug fitted with tho Gon. ident, but wo suspect ho means well. tion of the Hon. Parker Wat Hardin consists of 21,500 moo, and 7,500 more only perfect UOM.Kit HKAHINUH In eU-encuuurlng at ull lime llguteatdruf land Wiikn Mr. Wutterson describes tho for governor by tho democratic party uro on the way, Admlrul Dowoy has IoiiK'it lite. A full line of rejwlr. alwuy. kept on hund. I'or luforruutlou regurdln u5th Congress as an omnium gatherum la Kentucky. In my opinion, and this 10 with four others, In. Fertilizer, I (aru'ese Baddies and Karmlng Implement at call on or uUilreM. of Incapable, U Duvlson the smaliett opinion I bused upon actual facts, Gen. eluding tho battleship Oregon, on tho miue KUANK MOLTCLAW, in bis mind's eye y Hardin practically has his race won. tituuford, Ky, way. I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' Jack a HKNHATiONAb Ho-le- $- Mich-olasvll- lc - Jt . ....., .,. ... lA &VVlfj9VjlK JjMr ruTOowi...,,,...,, UUE2ffiXi wrR DR. BELL'S n g d if wNlW For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. few-day- s, g, STILL GREATER well-know- PRICE CONCESSIONS The Wonder of all Buyers at ! THE LOUISVILLE STORE! 11 25e Line. o, , ... -- 50c Line. I '- ... For 98 Cents: 1 LOOK AT THIS . oo New Lines of Trunks, Valises and Telescopes. Tailor - Made Clothing Shirts Made To Order C-- t -- j , TO FARMERS, ru4-prolliiEK1'"-(ianlo- The Louisville Store. i re-d- er lOOO.-Gla- sgow I Stanford Female College. MARCH NEXT MONDAY, I rwx-ll- , ' I Blcclc Repairing IMMHW k cr-so- pur-km- Farm llln-U- 01' e. I Handle the B. F. Avery and ver Steel Plows, also W. A. Sil- men-of-wa- r, CARSON'S. STANFORO. f .' t U- - a -- - i; . i WP8jN miKrviiimmT0Jt wVtifr"f-Hf- i' 'TT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv.. E. C. Ir you lorfeetly. need n "truss" Craig wo can fit von fc Hooker. WILSON ALLOW KD HAIL. JUIKIi: RAUPI.I'.V TY KV1JN OI--' SAYH IIK IS NOT GUIL- - Mar. io, 1899 Manaii:h. LOT ofwood beam chilled cost-- II. K. Wcaren fc Son. 8KB nlows nt A CAPITA!. OKKIINSK AlUIITTlNd TUB IIOItKlllt.B ACTS CIIA It(lKI). Wai.tos, 11 IllIHINIVS Hlgglns .V McKlnney about their bread and beat biscuit machine. re-su- Auction. Mark Hardin will the auctioning ofT of his slock at of more than 00.- - 10 o'clock Wi: have record Saturday next. Ho will alCKHi correctly tilled prescriptions'. Don't you ttiinK unit untitles to your con so auction all day Monday, County Ildencey Penny's Drug Storo Court day. 11 PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Mil. S. J. I'MiutY asks us to say i! llslilng will not bo allowed In Harrow's .Mitfl. J. C. Hayh Is visiting relative pond for tho present, but that ho will In Oarrnnl. throw it open later for tho plcasuro of .MitH. Catii Haii.ky U not exacted thu public. to live through itictliiy. HON. M. r .VoitTIl tay ho will adMlH.H Ltt.I.lK 1'l'.VTON I back from n dress the voters at the court-hous- e next visit to rolntlvea In Danville. scare l)lt. llAlI.UY say J. II. Sowdcr Ik do Monday nt I v. i , tho small-po- x having prevented him from appearing Ing tlncly and may Ihi out next week. J. A. Hammonii In in Louisville till when last ndvcrtlscd week buying his spring stock of goods. I'ONTAINK Fox IlomilTT says ha Is O. M. SMITH, of Flat Lick, Is hero going to bo on hand when Messrs. visiting Mr. Annla McClury and oth North and Miller speak Monday and if er. they do not talk to suit him, ho Is going Mil. JaMksGOVKU will Icavo today to announce himself a cundldato for .'or Carml, lll.,vwhcra tie has procured representative subject to the action of a position. the democracy. Mil. and .V its. 8. D, Yowi:m. have UkadTiiis.- -I will open up my milgone to housekeeping In Mr. Holraes' linery emporium about March 2., three lata residence M 11. Davk Scorr says that chicken doors above the Mjcrs House, on Main thieves aru doing his neighborhood Street, In tho. Klmoru Hlock. Thanking my customers for their supiort I pretty extensively. Mils. CiCT.ito I'lticr., of Winchester, still ask and need a continuance of (again with Mrs. Cath H.tllcy, who Is same. Mrs. Kate Duddcrur. growing gradually worse lili: old totters horcabout will bo J amiis S. F.HCOTT, national bank ux sorry to learn of tho ndvnncu in price urolner, was hero this week and found of whisky hero and elsewhere. Tho both of our bunknjall rlgh. saloons hero have been compelled to Mus. Jani: Dickinson, tho aged put up tho price on their shipments, I). Gllkorson, of Crab mother of James but still sell n certain class of thu Orchard, Is very low with pneumonia drink so tho knowing Miss HimiKLiiwis.ofTurnersvlllo, ones say. went up to Livingston Wednesday with a view to otcnlng a millinery utorn It U wH (or Wllmn Mint aJuUgeand thoru. not a jury moved by Impulso und pity Miss ANNir. N. Mahsii: left Stanford for thu wronged, tried his case. Tho Wednesday for lletimt Vista, Uarrurd result, jndging from expressions of county, whero she will teach a spring; those who heard the testimony, a fair sebool. synopsis of which wo give olsowherc, A LKTTKlt from Dr. J. (J. Carpenter would have beon very dllTereiil. ak us to forward tils paper to I2&0 Tin: weather ha boon behaving Morgan Street, wbcra he will be till more civilly since Tuesday, which was April t. MitH. K. K. HltOOKS and Miss Molllo a tough day all through. Next mornHrooks, of Cmb Orchard, hero ing thu mercury had gotten up to 8 do- en route to Wlnfleld, Kas., to spend a grees und since then lias soured In tho 50s. It Is now In tho 00s and fair. couple of months. Washington, March Mlt. A. II. Hastin, the telephone magnate, was hero from Crab Orchard fair today and Saturday. Wednesday. IIu lolls us that he Is conFOND OK OltANOIlS. Some tcimn tinually extending and Improving his broko Itonzloy Sc Carter's display win and by Junu will have us on speak lines dow last night and got all tho oranges Ing terms with Mnnchctter, .30 miles and lemons ho could reach, ubout 11 box Into the mountains from London. full, which were put In tho window yesterday. It was a pretty bold piece LOCAL HAPPENINGS. of business, but we will wngcr that our TlOKlt Disc harrow at Hlgglns next issue will tell that the thief is in McKlnney's. jail. IlAY, 30 to 40o or hundred. J. 11. Goocii. Walter Hooch, son of Hun-le- y Uaughraan fc Co. Oooeh, whoso sovuro nccldent was told of In our last, died at his homo ALL. kinds of country produce wantnear Waynesburjf 'and was burled at ed at Hcualoy A. Carter's. Kubunks Wednesday. Ills skull was Wk huvo huy, millet and straw in evidently crushed by striking tho limb abunduncc. J. II. Huughman li Co. ' of tho tree under which his horse wed when ho run away. Mr. Gooch was 22 I). M. I'KltltY'B bulk garden seeds, years of ago and stood well In his comtea., at Hlgglns & McKlnsweet eas, munity. ney's. Wk have always entertuincd a high Caiiiiauk, l'otatoes, Onions and all regard for Kdltor of the Lansoru of good things to cut at Warren caster Kecord, but our faith Is shaken .V Shanks'. in him and we must In future glvo him sewing This iiuitTrt. l'lrsl-clas- s tho shake. What do you think, dear 10 year guaruntcu for only SIS. render, of a man admitting that ha Hlgglns A McKlnney. loves plo better than turnip greens, as Tin: Hoylo county llscal court did not Lundrum docs? Isn't he tit for treatlx the levy Wednesday, but adjourned sons, strategems and shiI1s? till April In order to gel more data as CitAitOltCHAiti still hits up her quar to the amount required. antine on people from thu Deep Well T11K Lancaster Itccortl thinks there Woods. Tho following gentlemen conis a good chance of securing an oxtcn stitute tho quarantine guard, Samuel slon of thu Southurn via its city to Magee, who was hero Wednesday, tolls Wo hoKi so and bollevu us: Manilla! J T. Shannon, Joeoph Mlddlesboro. so since Jo tin Farm lias the thing in MeCluro, Jumos Junes und Joseph Mu- guc. Dr. hdmiston, who is attending hand. s to th-- t supK)sed smull-K- x there, lti:N Lr.wis asks us to correct the Is also quitruntlnod und was turned back In our lust. It mistake we made iu when ho Bturlod to town '.he other day. his brother, Will, who win lighting Our Crab Orchard friends like tho safe with John Smith, when Gumlnm Nul-so- sldo und uro gblug to stay on it. was killed und not Hen, us our types, pa-omu-chlea-e- that Tho trial of Lawyer K. IC. Wilson for bail began at 2 i M Tuesday. Ho Is charged with having murdered Miss Mary Cloyd, of London, by committing an abortion on her. Hs attorneys, Han. W. W. DIekcrson, of Wllllamstown. J. A. Craft, of Louisville, W. F. French, of Richmond, D, K. Hawllngs, of London, nod W. O. Welch, of Stanford, were not In tho court room when thu case was called and Judgo Sautlcy gave tho defendant Ave minutes to huvo them there or It would proceed without them. Thoy saved themselves by n minute. Tho Commonwealth wn-- t represented by Messrs. W. II. Kumscy, VA Parker, C. II. Ilrock und J W. Moren, all of London. After the witnesses worn sworn nnd 11 rulu Issued, thu first move of tho defense was to risk for ball on tho reading of tho Indictment, alleging that tho olTcnso as described did not constitute murder. In being void of thu three necessary constituents to make It so. This was overruled nnd the defendant wns put on tho stand. In rcsonsQ to questions from Col. Welch, Wilson stated that ho was not Instrumental In death ol Miss Cloyd, thul ho had no malice for her or desire for her death, thut ho had known her since October, IS!"!, that ho did not know the cuuso of her death, that ho wan arrested Jan. 22d nt Klchmond whlii- en route to London, for her mur der and that he made no application for bul beforo the circuit court. Question-0.- 1 in ado us say. mm but who suld small. hjx V Kven Mr. Sowders denies that iiu has It und threaten 10 suo tho town for heavy damages fur Isolating him. There aru no now eases here, but Dr. W. J. Kdmiston claims that holms four u In thu country. Thu expense of thu is ubout $33 a day to thu town and county. Dr. liulluy gets 910 and tho Negro nuru i2M u duy for Sawder, while Dr. Kdmiston gets $15 a duy for thu cases ho has and If mora upeur ho " cun chargu up to -- u duy, ull of which rs as Is pretty tough on tho well as tho victims. TllKsmull-H)xdis-custax-juyo- , DBATII- .- Mis of Mr, and Mrs. 1 Wadu Leo, daughter Thompson, of tho PrcaeherBvlllo section, died yesterday afternoon ufter a protracted illness of aged SI, und will bo consumption, burled at tho Duvo Anderson burying ground this afternoon. Sho was u beautiful christian woman und during her Illness seldom inuriuumd, although hor d suffering ut times wus great. Sho her birthday u fow duy ago, when a number of her friends guthored arouud hor bcdsldo and presented hor with token of their love for her. Much uyinputhy I fell for tho bereaved J. J. cole-brute- by Mr. Kumscy, ho said that ho produced no proof at examining trial, and Lowest l'rlces. Work Guaranteed. was not allowed by jailer to consult with bis attorneys when ho was taken buck to London from Stanford, was In courl-hous- o twice afterwards in consultation with attorneys, wanted to ask for ball, but several eaes were ahead of his and hud precedence. Did noth I ing to produce Miss Cloyd'sdentb;guvo Have been awarded over 20 Gold Med her some medicine for a cold und soma time In December tried to get soino als mid Diplomas, receiving first prize for Cotton Koot pills from Dr. Kclley as absolute superiority of merit wherever Dr. Foitcr said they were tho thoy have been exhibited during the past things to get In cases of a lapso of menstruation. Had been Intimate with her 23 years. Unqualifiedly tho highest typo during latter part of 'IK) and up to Nov. of corsets produced in America. 'OS. Used no Instruments, bought a catheter from Dr. Keuntz for my own use; never Introduced It or anthlng Well-know- n also to produco abortion. Wanted tho Cjtton Koot pills because I found sho i I JOSMSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB' needed them und I wus naturally Interri ested In her condition us I considered myself responsible for it. Told her 10 go anywhere and 1 would pay her exIntended especially for Fleshy Ladies. penses. Never had any but tho kind- csi feelings for her. Don't know that Wo are showing some high artistic patsho was a virgin, but think sho was. terns in Mrs. C. J. Mel-ca- r, wife of tho proprietor of the Catching House, whero Miss Cloyd was employed us a domestic, testified thut sho and Wilson, who boarded ut the hotel, were sweethearts, SfYle55o. Colored Piques, Madras ClntbJ&c. that he had her picture in bis room in a conspicuous place and called on her npjourned till Wednesday morning. from twice a week to oncuu month, thai To tho surprise of court and specta she eiune to her room Dec. 20 and said tors, both sidps announced on reconven sho was very shk u,nd freezing U) death, ing Wednesday that they wero through thul sho guvo her u toddy and sent for and that tho case was submitted with Dr. l'ennlngton. When no cumo 1 went out argument. out, did not know whut truublo was or In summing up tho casa Judgo Sauf- would not huvo let her go in my room. luy made an elaborate statement of his Doctor gave her medicine in capsules. reasons for granting bull, which unln Dr. Kamsey wus culled on tho 3Ut tentionully of course, wus u strong ! and found out her condition. Shu told for Wilson. Ho said that when ho him she had had u miscarriage. Wil- Ilrst heard that proceedings for bull son came into thu room Saturday night would bo Instituted before hlin, ho felt without my consent and said: "How indignant, us newspaper reports, hud ! nro you, MaryV" Sho said, "Very inudo the caso ono of such enormity, sick." "I understand you said, l used nnd ho felt like declining to sit in It. u catheter on you. You used It yourInstead of tho professional abortionist , self," said Wilson. "No,"sho8u!d,"you the proof had disclosed that ho was a tried to use it, but it wus too soft und lover whose consideration for tho n To show at prices which cannot be duplir.ittd later. W you got u piece of wire und used it. You of the girl, led him to commit know you tried to usu tho catheter und un uct, which is lacking in tho three, broko it off, telling mo to let tho brok essentials of murder, maliciousness, -, en piece stuy till morning, which I did. willfulness und feloniousness. Abortion ry You have treated mo wrongly. You committed beforo tho quickening is not j ruined mo. You ought to alono now jun offense under tho luw nnd thero wus by inurrying mo." Wilson roplfcd thut m other times u vastdifferenco between ho intended to marry her, but could not ono who committed It for sympathy und do so now. My husband said ihu con- love and ono who did so for money und Cm versation had gouo on long enough and galu. The Indictment was wul, and &2 itc. All cotton goods nrc advancing and mr pi ires are the he-t- . It Wilson intended to marry the girl ho properly drawn, but tho facts us btuted l Good tiiuu to buy. should do so. I said to Mr. WiUon: "I did not constltuto murder und homlnht IN tho circuit court Dr. C M. npcal to you to marry tho poor girl."! huvo grunted bull on thu original (noThompson wus acquitted of whlskysell- - Wilson tuld, "The law cun't touch me tion, except fur tho fuct that ho 'wished Ing. Arthur Haugh, who was glvun u and If sho dies 1 will shoot my brains to find out In which nttltudu defendant default sentence for carrying conceal- out." I usked him it Mury was pure at apicarcd. Admitting that ho had dono eg 2fKvery body knoHi the Douglass Shoes'SSa ed weapons, stated tKut ho was on hand thu start, ho suld sho was. Ho further as charged, ho was not guilty of murder sho hud been true to und thereforo untitled to ball, which ho when thu court adjourned on account said ho believed of smulliox und understood it was for hlui, that ho had promised hor In tho tlxud at tKl.bOO. It was promptly given good so tho judgment wus set usido. Ilrst pluco to marry her and intended with Dr. J. M. Wilson, father of tho Thrcu of tho four Indictments return- to do so. Mrs. McLear told her story defendant, 11. C, Ford, of Mlddlesboro, g ed aro for Henry Gil in u most pathetic manner, shedding und 11. T. Hlggs, of Wllllamstown, sur pin und Albert Humpton jointly; I'd- - tears copiously herself during Its reci ettcs. Mr. Wilson left with his father on ward Summers and J, Wilt Welch. tal and bringing tears to many nn old Tho other for malicious cutting I oyo unused to weep. thu noon train fo Wllllamstown, whero Crots examined by Col. Welch, Mrs. ho says ho will spend u week with his against John Smith, who was acquitted Tuesday of murder. Tho casa of McLcar said sho hud never had occasion mother and then return to London to Jumes Hacker ugulnst tho L. & N. for but ouco to suspect Miss Cloyd, when practice luw. Ho naturally feels pretty CHILLEDfor $20,000 dumuges for injuries while an outsider told hqr husband Mr. Wil- soro towards tho lawyers, who prosecuon Its train en routo to the Frankfort son had siokon lightly of her. A food ted him, ono or two of whom his father ioniluntlury for life, was dismissed and deal ot amunumont wus occasioned when says uro volunteers, und apparently has thul of I). F. Arnold against thu iiamo tho colonel drow out thu statement from ll in for them. company was won by the road, It not hor thai her husband had tried to kiss Didn't Tumiilk. A fow mornings being shown that tho mashing off of Miss Cloyd und sho got mad. Sho told his hand wus caused by its negligence. unother girl und it got to her. Ho told ago u guest ut tho Myers Houso cumo Hon. Fontulno Fox Uobbltt procured Mury: "I will glvo you my storo, worth down duforo breakfusl und told Mlno u divorce for Noah Taylor from his $1, 100, It you wont tell my wife." My Host Heuzley that u snuko hud bitten wltoMulludu, who left his bed and board husband loft and remained till I wont htm und thut ho must huvo mcdielno. last October with thulr child und u ufter him, I never had nny acquain- Mr. licuiloy, who doesn't touch a drop, tance with Mr. Wilson, ouly knowing didn't tumble worth a cent, and offered paramour und went to Tennessee. Alt tho commonwealth cases not dis- him by sight, but Col. Welch mado her tho sorvlccs of his ontlro force to go For Sale by posed of wero continued till noxt court. admit that sho frequently conversed for doctors, &c. "You don't underwith him, tho' she Indignantly denied stand mo, my frlond," remarked tho Tho present term will cloto lloth tho H)tit juries wore discharg- thai sho bad been to his room and oaten gentleman, "I thought this wus a prohibition town and want a drink." cukei und candy with him. ed this morning. . Iter a recess court convened nt 7 l'. when Dr. A . O. Foster was put on tho stand. Ho stated that Wilson told him In December that he thought ha hail Miss Cloyd In a fix and asked If Cotton Koot pills would produco abortion, told him thought they would. Ho also asked about ergot nnd then wanted mo to glvo him a prescription to produco abortion, but I refused. Afterwards ho carno to mo nnd said, "You can get medicine for mo nnd nobody will know It." I again refused. Later In December, ho asked mo If a toft rub-bcatheter properly placed and left thero would do tho work Suld ho wanted ono to use on Miss Cloyd and told mo later that ho had used it and that It had worked all right. Said he used it during Christmas week. Six or eight months ago bo told mo ho was having a good timo with Miss Cloyd. Crossed examined by Col. Welch, Dr. Foster said ho was and is a friend of Wilson nnd that ho never heard him say an unkind word of Miss Clojd. Hnvo used a catheter on Wilson myself for retention of urtno. C. .1. McLcar tcstllled that Wilson called on Miss Cloyd frequently at his hotel and when ho found what was up ho asked Wilson what ho was going to donbout her. Said ho was going to marry her and will do whatever she says. WIIsod admitted ho hud used tho catheter on her. Col. Welch asked witness about tho attempt to kiss Miss Cloyd, when ho admitted tho charge and produced a picture of tho girl, to show that the colonel or nny one else wuurj wnni io kiss tier. It showed a very hundsomo woman. "Keuson I left homo" ho udded "after trying to kiss her was because I thought it best to be absent till my wifo cooled off," which raised a luugh. Ur. II. Pennington stated that when he called to seo Miss Cloyd, Dec. -- !, her temperature was high and she was nervous. Case looked like blood jwison, Shu refused to be examined, m.ido examination Dec. 31. wussatl-Ue- d loul abortion bad been badlyj perform- l'orltnnltls caused death. Think criminal operation was performed. Wilson seemed anxious ubout her and told me ho would pay rest of my bill, after sho had paid a part. Mrs. McLear and Miss Cloyd both objected to a thorough examination. Dr. K. T. Kamsey deposed that ho wont to see tho girl twice and nsslstcd Dr. l'ennlngton in curetting. In her dying statement Sbe said her last period occurred ubout Nov. 1. Dec. 25 Wilson bought her 12 tnblets. Dec. 20 Wilson saw her in parlor and had a catheter and asked her if sho know how to use It. Whllo lying on tho tloor of tho parlor bo used the Instrument, cutting off u jwrtlon and telling her to let it remain till next morning. Ho told her thero was no danger, that ho had consulted Dr. Foster. Never had been Intlmato with any other man but Wilson and he seduced her under promise of marriage It was now past 11 j m and court A M. er jj ALWAYH I1UY TUB IHvST M Farming Implements (!) riji Wi: SELL THEM. jjl & fir (!) if Oliver Chilled Plows, Bucher Thomas' Diso Harrows, "town's SlccI Smoothing HarrowH, Ilrown's Double Shovels. j jjg CyprcssSliinglcH. .Jl Iron Fence. ( A. C.SIHE, ( Metal Koofiiuf. STANFORD, KY". & Mill Work. ME Accurately EYES ! Will bo Tested And Fitted CRAIG & HOCKBR'S ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS. '. The Dowager No. 550. ?sts3htM? .llrflbiBb vi Silks for Silk Waists, 3 JOHN P. JONES. TVT1TTA7' ' MANY do-en- su m GOODS nS repu-tutio- - .. h cales, Cottons, White Goods, Hamburg's, jww, ,0. :' ti "j? jjgj SEVERANCE 8l SONS. 1 l housa-hreukln- And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- BUY THE The Best In The World. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ETEWOEaaa'", ;' y THE INTERIORJOURNAL HMELM Tol Tlmbcrlako rented of Mrs. Ad die Jcnntnps 20 ncrcs of hemp land, fur 1UCII YKAIt IN ADVANCE will beeharged, V When not sor.aidSl3.eo ETSrwaillHt IPgsRKf TIKE No. No. No. No S 4 21 CIMI KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. which ho pity (10 per aero. novMcQulrnm, of Lexington, will preach at the Union church here, Saturday night, Sunday, and Sunday night, noxt. J. J. Spear tells us ho hud In bla possesion until recently an old piece of continental money dated Feb. IT, 1770, and of the value of of a dollar. Ho lot Mr. L. M.Gray, of Danville, have It, who"prUcs It very highly. Traveling men aro getting shy of ii' ) t Stanford Arrlreaal Unwlandat II oil rur. i.M r. H. ?2 Lea re Stanford at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Arrrlteaatflantordat 1 M A. . getting olT a train hero at Moreland now. Three hacks and four llvcrmon meet tho day trains, and If ho gets away with any clothes on at all, ho considers himself very lucky, B. No.M " Ho. It Train Ho. 31 (Jo. plnf North ' South ......... - For altirolnta. KO'JOII TICKETS SOLW. For IIAOOAOE CHECKED anr Information enquire ol Mclvlnloy fc Son havo moved JS 7 p m their saw mill from their recent set on i Ti a, m the llauahman tract of land, to eomo "u 1 . lilpm timber bought of J. J. Spear, near A N. RHOWr.SC A I'E. town. Lewis Uowecy is moving to D. Thankful word wrlttrn Jlra. Ada - Hart, o B. King's tract of timber Just back of (Iroton, S. I "Was taken lr with I tad fold which TIinOUOH, i eight mills, In full of his direct tax on acres of Jand, and two slaves, this May 27, 1800. Josh lUlllngor, C. D. T." Tho land referred to nbovo was near Peyton's Well, and Is owned now by Walker itoutt, and Mrs. Prank Leake. When wo remember that Lincoln coun ty, was tho third In order of formation of tho original counties of the State, as divided and established by tho Legislature of Virginia in 1780, wo ran opprc-elat- e thi antiquity of the abovo papers. Evidently tho Military Charles follow. cd tho Scriptural' Injunction tolnercaio and multiply, fur the Carter family today Is a vory largo ooo in this county and much to their credit may it be said they are to n man democrats. Of robust build, and generally following tho avocations of farmers, may be attributed tho secret of the increase of this largo family of our best citizens. T. H. W. 03 JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, K, K (r FRANKFORT AMD CINCINNATI. Trains lero Frankfort at 7 . M. anil S: 40 r. H , onnectlDgattleorgctown with (J.AC, and reach-to- t ana 5. 10 r. M. l'arls rarli at aTM a. ami i:3n F. u., connerling at fleow town with (J A C and reaching Frankfort at 9:13 a. at. and 7' 10 f x JOSKHin. NEWTON. A. O.r. A. I l.l. Inn QUEEN & CRESCENT. Tralna paaa Junction City aa tollowa: (to. I South .. 11 01 n m No. 2 North-- ... 4 1 p m S4Sam Ko.S " -- U.VIini "4 " .lSlpm Ho. 6 " 121am ' a 00am 80,1pm "10 N,9 " Noa. 1 and 2 Ji not atop. 9 and 10 run no fur ther than Junction Citjr. ...l I RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alton baking powders are the greatest menacca to health of the present day. JX.tfcCtyVY MlddlO Town, Informs U3.hO Will short- .ututlonal treatment Hall. Catarrh Our. I. taken ly bcfjin the erection Of a nice COttafJO, Internally. actlny directly upon tli. I.lo.l and inu- cout aurfacea of theajiteiu, Ihefflir ilenlrujln the Which he Will rcmOVO tO as SOOn US pOS- - foun.lallon of the dlaraw, nd Ellin the patient strength hy luilldinit up and aa- flble. Itev. Samuel McCormacVa ,i,Hhk nature IndolculU the omlllutlunpruprlet-.r- . work The BOTAA aAKlKQ sowota CO., w voaa. Queen Anno is already ncurlnp; comple- - ,," "'"fu ',"!,,'n.'u "'" rower, that they for any ca.e orler One It tljn. Mr. Asa Peyton will shortly be- - to cure, semi forii.iort.iim..ni.i.. that tall w 'nl',lo,, 1,U!V gin the erection of an addition to bis SoMi.Toruw.J already lartro hostelrv, and with the iiaii'a Family nil. are the Uit. MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror.. coming- of the blue birds, and with the Will Wood, tho Infamous cousin of Jt.i... U t r ' .1 noes, ihn uwuiun-'- l i"o eiteirto If pMl.i nmn i l - n i verily Moreland will not do tobosneez.' or from the battleship Iowa. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid ed at In the spring. Porters table. Everything .1 FitKiltTFUI. IlLV.NUi:!:. Will not vouch for the truthfulness 89 meet all trains. of tho following, but simply statu tho' Will often rau a horrlbia Hum, Scald, Cut o Silre, the Kit In llueklen'a facts as they were told us: Several limine, will kill the Arnica and promptly heal Ilia It world, tuln years ago u citizen from Hustonv'llc, I Cure. Old Sore. Ferer Sorca I'lcera. IV)llt. Felon. believe was the name Of tho place.wont Corn.., all Skin F.ruptlont llet I'll, cure on earth to church Sunday morning. Tho pastor niy2ieta.a bo. rur guarautwl. Sold ij Iennya Inig More. got up and Instead of reading a Lancaster, Ky. "Cooper Town." settled on my lungs; congb act In ani nnallr ter Moreland is fast becoming qulto a tulnatedln Consumption. Four doctor! (tare m up, faring 1 could ll nice little village and among tho many nifivlfiiplonir Salor,but a thort time. I cut determined If I rould not urgent needs is a convenient tract ot atay with roe friend on earth, would meet tuy land near hero to be used as a ceme- alent ones ahT. My hu.liand waa adrlted to tery. With tho coming of spring wo ' ffet I)r Klni'a New I)lo)Terr for Con.iliufttlon hope to bo oblo to announce that a suit- I Ornish, and Cold. gar II trial, took In all eljlit bottles. It lia cured me, and, Hunk God, I DR. W. L. able placo has boon secured. Push this ' am mtM and now a well and healthy woman." along for It Is a necessity. Trial bottles free at renny'a Drug More, liegular Wo notice by tho papers that our old Ire 50c and SI.O Guaranteed or prlcw refunded. friend, Mr. W. Vernon IMchardson, Is COLOitr.u IU:ciiurrs. Tho war de a candidate for tho Legislature from Lieut. W.T.John- Boyle c6unty. Wo distinctly remember partment when ho was "Slug Two" and tho writ- -' 8Jn' recruiting ollicer at Lexington, 50.10 Co, (5 milt-scoiurcu applicants iur or "Slue Five" on tho HarrodsburglvJ' w E0TICE TO F3RMERS. Democrat several vcars aeo. and will cavalry auu infantry service, sending WAYNE8IHJHO DIST. NO. 3 I I liavo on lianl and for tale the former to Fort Grunt, Arizona, and remind the other aspirants If ho is as WlltTK good a soldier In politics, as ho was af- the latter to Foit Douglas, Salt Lake Acton, Jos. A (d acre 1. 20 FORTY IIROKE 9IULES. ter a "fat take" on tho hook, they City. This Is an excellent opportunity Hal., Ktrley lira 178 acres 3.50 d Will !cll frum ono to a 1 75 might as well withdraw from the race for young colored men to get Into tho Hlaiin, Hen L. (N. It.) 71 acre AImi When we cnntcmnlata that thero nrn regular army. Recruits for whlto In- - Hreeslcr, W. A. 40 acres 2 15 UVZBX, TIED AND SALE SIABLE. colleges not as far distant as the Stato; ,unlrJ and cavalry reirlracnts aro aleo Hrock, U A.31 acres (1 FOX, Hot 535, lianvlllf. ICv 2.75 (M) . T. JohU- - Catnden, linn. flnr. mllftnoa thrnn nn.l fnnn atnrln. I Wanted. Apply tO LleUt. 2.28 Mr.S A. CO acres St-Matn ' Lexington, Ky. Clilpmati, Mr. M. K (N It.) 150 high.nndacorps of cfflclent lngtruc-j10A. S. PRICE. acres- tors in all branches and a dally attend. 4.00 , Dp n c Scotti who d,cd at Ajh. Surgeon 1M nnce of less than 20 scholars, tho sue- - Iamjt Vfcf lh, wcokt of canccr of the Crane Hcieklah 10 acres Dentist, cess of the private academy of Mr. M. OrUtler, J, U b7 ncrca 120 TTStfx lhroatt was ono of lho phy,,ciMi who L. Pruttt, recently built in Middle. )ronounceU John 1Jrown dcmt whcn ho Dye, W I) 67 acres 3 55 Stanford, Ky. 1 20 Town, our North suburb, Is Phenorio- - wa,hanp.d fop ,niUrrp,,onb)3. Kubanks, Leach I'rs. 100 acrts nal. In a small bulldinir 10x10 be has foro the war. Faulkner. E P (X It.) 100 acria...- - 4.5." OtQwof.r UclloUrU lni( Star. In lb. Ow.l.j 50 enrolled pupils, and ull speak in terms 2.00 Frailer, llobt. 15 acres jiwuewakk.Sioo. of hlphest praise of his methods und) (iriflllh, W. D. (X. It.) ISO acre.., 6.15 FIRST NATIONAL BANK I to learn r wilt In iiea..M The reaJera puccess as a teacher. ,,.,, ,h,r,i, of thla .tlu. . n.. wi. Jeckicy.J (X It.) 40 acres 120 UF 8TNnKD. KY, John Purdom, who boucht a tract of enh..lenaMlocurlrialllUataeaanl mat Kemper, Kdwln W. (X It) 100 acres 2 35 la Catarrh the only ill. Catarrh Cure It fraternity il- -- Leach, Jut. IllDll near the Methodist Church In It cure, known t lh medical Calira 50 acres. 120 CtplUlStsck Sl&0t030. Sarpht, 517. 310 - tarrhbeiuaconlllutlonaldl.ea..e. rf.iulre a ron- 1 1 haa-wlred llaydcn, Tim town lot - 2.70 Hickman, Monroe It ncrei 2.75 la it randtitatn for the I.ejl.liturf. auliject Suinfonl, I)lx Hirer A (Isrrsrd Co., In lho art Ion of the democratic ptrty. Tiirnpike Co., (51 mllrs) 21. M " Stanford Turnpike O). M. 0,12 Annonncea lil camlldacv for (2 miles) (o tlie ofllco of Keiire.cntatlre from tlie rountr C'KAU OUR!LlU)I)IST. NO 2. of Lincoln, aubjoct to tho action of tho WllltK. Adsmjs Jno P. 50 acres 2 20 Andrew. Nun Una (N. It.) 22 acres 50 MISS llland, ilen I. (N .It ) 71 acres 85 The Drown, Jno J. (N. It.) 170 acics... 3 55 Plain and I'aalilnnnlile lowing Cutting am) Oirson, O V 6 ncrcs 4.45 Pitting a n Water Worka M Thi Direct Lint Trem Clceinaitl Vii Cook, Msrv A. 20 scfes 2.25 Deliiney, Mrs. Kste 53 acrce 05 ToDo aney, Win. 8. (N. It.) 50 ncrcs... 1 70 PlntitN, TlticN. Djeliouse, Ceo, I lot 110 E.lartl4, T II (NJ It) 500 ncrei Michigan And Krult and Ornamentnt Tree., Shruln. ft 12 balance.. finnll Krulta and crerr tiling fur Orchard, S train, eterr weekJav. 1 train, an 3D2 lnnam) (lunlcn. We employ no nenta, II.mm,Juhnson I). 100 nrrra Wanner 1'iilllmn iV riuiklajrnleht traloa. !'!ralilHilel Weeera n ftrnw lirlur Hampton, J. T. 75 acrvs 7.31 liut aril tllrvct at rraMinalde prlrra Iwrry anil Tiro Uataloirur mi application to Car.oml.ir tralna. Jonc-- s Mrs. IX W. 1 lot 3 45 ii. v iiii.u:nJikvkii. ilOI-lI.exliijitoii. ICy. SO Tclepliono 3T0. King, Wm 2 aero 1 15 Martin, Geo. (N It ) 50 acres 3 tralna on i train. .letr wrekilay v S. BBAZLBY, D. D. S., 2 75 Nailor, John'tiscrrs rXImligr VetllMileI train. INillnian Mandanl aal Ciminiiieiit Mervlna , ,b0 Nnaks, Mrs. Kllzabcth 50 acres Can, I'arlur I'jii anJ Oil Dlnlnx Oar. Itogcra, Mm. Sarah J acre 30 I Smith, Mm. Joe 130 acres 160 Teeth Extracted Without Pain Cincinnati To Indianapolis. 1 15 Sligall.Jno (N It.) 11 sere With Vltallml Air. l'liyalclnn In attendtrain, rrerjr weekday 5 70 4 train nnuniUjChapell, Tho Ilm. 201 ncrrs ance. Ofllco In the New Thorn nn llullrtltif. TS CRAM OIlCIIAHI) COIORtll. Ftit Dally Serri:s to Ituford, Julia 30 acres 33 1.15 Curtis, Win Ii ncrr.. KntiNHN v.'i I'cianoy, iicnry a acres l'HYSIOIAX ANI) DHL'dOIST, Pally I'ulluiin and Warner Meett. Parlor Can GneM, Hell 1 acre - 1.10 on Day Tralna. - KlCNTUCKV. Holme., Alex Hrs.l acre 30 McKlNNKY, J. 0 Miii. General Swlhern Arnt, l.W) Hire, Peter 1 acre J B l.tAlir.Tra. IV. A(L, Knnitllle.T.na Uice, Mary 1 acre 30 I'rt'crlllnna Carefnllr t'omH)Unilcl Day or D tl lUmaKt", I'- a- Tratrie Mantlet Night Lancaster A Crab Orcliard Ttirtip'le (w.tm Cut-on- JOHN II. MILLER HON. P. NORTH EVELYN TAKDIP, Seamstroas. Dayton, Lima to ledo, Detroit, TrccN. Canada. p- CliiCliinatl To Cltlcnjfo. LOADER, City and the Went cl' ) car-loa- . "' We liae '(MMteil oor lanil. and lierelijr warn all iirrMina from trf.iu..lnr on thnu lor any urpo winterer, under penalty of tile law jinivlded In aiKli cnM-- , !. II. IIAI'dllMAN. T. tl. J W IIAI'OIIUAN A M I'KNUK. K K. I'ATTKIISON, M .S. ItAIKIIIMAN. II fllANKM, S. MltS V. 0IIMI. J I: LYNN J k. imt;c)i J II. JlcKlN.NT.Y I' M. WAIt) A. M TKLANIl. J , OIVMLKY. J II. MrKINNCV. Timbers) Lands. POSTED. , FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. hplenJld farm of narein Southeast Kanu., lutlr. Irviu lb. MlMuurl line teil lw.te.1. SP"I lamilng- lountry IliKkly ettlrl ttllliMl nnea.f t.Au. or trade fttr farm lu tVutral kett lurkjr n ijr t.'" la M,ui dlnVreor. In a trade. ; AdJrrM tU , .suoa.nl. K ,.,.,., 1 " O. C (N. It ) 52 acres V A. 125 acres Link, Mrs Mary 20 acres Moore, Mrs. A B (N. It ) 23 Nichols & Hobbilt 1 acre Ii callM Atuntton 300 thUUUonlr lt public lltak In National of .&1 70 acre.. 2.30 .CO Mason Hotel first-clas- s. .Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 .! mnl,i .ln-n- rt. Hector, Thoa. 35 acre Howland, (J A. 45 cares Snow, U.S. (N. It.) 5 acres Snow, W. It (X. It.) 6) acres Tubbs, David (N. H.) 125 acres..'..., Whit. It. L (N It ) 75 acres Woods, J. Ii. 21 acres Wright, Jesio J. 15 acres Singeton, U. Hrs 103 acres IIUSTONVII.LB DIST. NO. 4. WHITE. 2 50 210 .50 120 2M 2 SO l.PO .1.17 orrica.t. said: 'I shall not choose uny particu- 1 '0 J.S. Iloeker, 1're.lJ.nt; J. J .Meltoberta Ca.UU lar text this morning, but shall preach' A a.;UcKlnner AMl.taniRa.bler 4.13 from where I open tho book. No raat-- j 2.00 -- Tlirtor where I nnnn It I slnill tint thit 185 wrath that is to come upon the wicked, 2.75 Lincoln County who will bo cut oil when they have ' 2.45 shutlled olT this mortal coll. It is OP HKOOKL.YN. National Bank. 217 open. Hero tho parson was 1.15 ruptcd by h. o. who had beer, Capital Murk, tlfNt.O' 0. lll'BTONVIM.K Caledonian : OOIXiRKIl. and hearing tho words "shulllo" and Karmrr lUok A Trmt iftniitaiij Nimtw toTht urn Anderson, Isaac 4 acres "open" forgot himself and cried out, 1.76 and uudvr manKPfnriit y Co., fur ?J Mcotlmul. ttt. Ilrlglit, . .n "What do you open it on?" Tho Mir- - mm 3.00 tnnn dlrown, Win. (1 acre And Dealer in 1 lot Hawk prio of the good man In tho pulpit was WlOnGciy, M3P. Id, lo"U. fl.05 KOUNDICD IHon,: Brown, Kd 1 acie 2.17 HAEiTESS, SADDL3EY, &0. great, but the h. c. collupsed when tho reply came: "It's opened on Kings !" 2.17 the hours of a m. 'and 4 j t., Cloyd, Joe 2 acres KY. STANFOItD. (livens, Adam 7 acres Wo are Indebted to "Uncle Jesse" at the court houo door In Stanford. 2.17 STA.MrUlll), KV i for tho following Interesting In- - coin county, Ky., I will oxpo-.n0 Hoping aueh iKi.lne. re4atln wllliroie hiulual. to the Gooch, Davison Hrs. 40 acres Jjr lienefl.Iil and leawint formation regarding borne old papers highest bidder for cash in hand to pay the plvons, Anderson 2 acres 2.1 now in possession of tho Carter family, siate und County Taxes for tho years More ami, Knbl. 5 ncrcs 2.50 niin.cToits among them tho commissions of his Bhown onnoslle the names, llie following Morion, Annlo 2 acres 1.10 J.J. Ullllamt, J.8. ooler, Sr., grandfather, Charles Curter, as major property, or bo much thereof as!:may bo Powell, Hot 1 lot 3.28 William tluieh. and lieutenant-colone- l A, V. Crlilef, 2.7 of tho Oth Itegl-- , necessary to pay .aid taxes. Undortalcor, 'feAjigBaaMTviuil'i!lg((3 This list Sandidge, Tom 2 acres II. ('iiiniutna, Hustonville, mont of militia. HlsOmt appointment will bonublishcd once a week for four Turner, Charles ncro 2.1 Kentucky J. I'-- l.ylni, S. II.Mianka I.IK) was as onslgn und his commission read wecks and the names will d'sapiiear as Welch, Jaium 1 acre C- -b, J. P. Oflers bis wril.c ta il,. ,,.. 0Ve.t Uicula Tho Favorite Line iV Carpenter's station as follows: "Beverly Randolph, gov- -' BO0 a the tax and cost are paid. Coat J. It. Ow.ler. and taaey cuuntlca. ull Hut ol luttiuaaud Caas. taalwarsun band OKr'ICUIMi Tiirnplko I o., (I miles) ornor of Virginia. Registered by Sam f advertising Jl 50 Time and) space 11.40 li. ti. Carwuter. Manijir. j liOTTISVILtslB Randolph, Nov. 0, 1700." His next fnrbld us from utibllslilng al . but anoth- S. ll.Sli.Mki, President) S. M. OWENS, Sheriff. o.il.v.Ca.lilir, J.ll. coiimlsslon, major, dated at Frankfort, er n,t will appear In four weeks. V. M. HrUht, At. Cwhler. ivy., stay u, isvv. unriai ureenup, gov-Ve are In tliu trado vrlth CKZCAGQ. crnor, John Rowan, secretary. Next,f .STANFORD DIST. NO .'. Full. Ilruiicliund lieutenant-colone- l, otlitr eiMiil Coal.. ai.u llm-- '..... n... dated Feb. 27, 1815, white bliljiatuir, Flour. Ac We uImi liandlu Ilrlek 5.70 Isato Shelby, govornor. M. A. Hurdln.l ragaley. Vnlenlino 121 acres. und fand. UeiuemU-- we tiiku Turnf l'ro Trains Morning and', Evening from Unsecretary. In February, 1817, ha was f.flniriiu 1ut .fa llnv' Ilrw P.ft HVUJ 1 IK uucu m tixcuaiigw. rrunipt ilidlu-rtWt4 imd i. uu neraa CO attention to all ortKra. Ullioo und aculea ion Station, lOth and Hroadway, v. commUiloneil colonel by Gu Okeof. Mike(N It ) 1 acre near ! A N. Uetait 'J'eleclumu No, 41. 1.40 briol SUughter, John Poe, bcerotary Phillips, Cfla 5 acres I'KlFllIN .V I'KNtT ... u iiImi V. H. I'asst'ncers duiirinj; information and ot Stat;. Also tho address of Gov. BTANrOHl) carry t.wlnK Muelilues 01.0111:0. I'aru und Attiicluuunl. and do ull kind, ot to Wisconsin. .Minnesota, Nebraska Sholby to tho rallltlu of'Kontucky, ask- Hall, Kddie 3 acres rale CO repairing. und points in tin far Went, Including Cal60 ing for recruits for tho Northwestern lllakoley, William town lot 2.45 ifornia, should aldreM army. Among the old and yellow pa- Ilurdett,Jini town lot 2 61 pers is found a letter written ly Raph- Ilceclier, Ti.da town lot 2.25 Week tban In In tie T lee-Frank J, Heed, (Jen. 1'h.. Aijt , la an other pair ulillihed-lio- lh SO K. II. llacoti, I)i. Pas. Agl, ael Lancaster, a of Col. Carson, Deadly town lot lauilljr gndiiuanllljr, Charles Carter, county clerk of Spen- Cook, Millie IDs town lot 2.10 W. 11. McDoel, Vicr.Pr. & (Jen. MKr. THE 1.15 104 Papers One Year Charles II. Ilnckwoll Traffic Mgr. cer county, dated July 10, 1837, which Trow, Ann 200 acres k..- oven then hard times and high prices Ktnury, Hull town lot Hl 'MP :1.7a 'HI 50 Cents. Of firm products aro mentioned. 2.25 Ho Givens, Anthony Hrs tonulut BO YEARS Week Courier Journal la the SINGLE PILL Th. Tlr-says: "Corn is selling at 37jo per Uooch, Frank town lot ojualoiUMur dailies, and tin superior or all oilier 2.75 EXPERIENCE It I'llntt wot. le.l uewa, mora good ilaaa I'E.NErUATES bushel, pork W.60 per hundred, boef Gooch, William 30 acres 3 30 Taken In time will often head oll'a serious I'tiwra. luor. Ko.nioriea uiau an oiner. Ja.ue.1 uiatter, WnluMdax aud Saturday. A guud coiuiulsslon tu tho samo. Negro men hire from 1120 James, Henry town lot 3,25 ageuu. raiiilt eodo Iretuii alltallon. Will EIGHT illneiw. GREAT STATES to J150 per year, and soil from 11,300 to Jones, William town lot to 2.70 CO., Ixmlsullle, Ky. 11,500, 12 months credit." As lato as Lackey, Will town lot 4 45 Our pills for Ullloutncss. Torpid Llrcr, Kentucky, Tennessee;, Virginia, Ocorela urtll und HoutU Curulluu, this date Ilustouvlllo was known as Lungford, Minnie I acre 1'15 Losa ot Appetite, Blck Headache, Indl. Alabama, Jlll.lnnl. ll he(lsl .Vrruugoiurnt You Can (Itt TL Trade Marks "Hanfrlnc Pork Postoillco" and u few Logan, Mary 12 acres 70 caiaNt gestion, Dyspepsia, Constipation and ull years earlier was known us tho "New McAllster, Joe town lot 1.65 COPVRIOHTw ac. Semi Weekly Interior Journal Through a akfttta and Anron. SMdlnaT oor cpuiion .deacrtptlon mar Storo." Among ull tho papers tho Mlddieton, Tom town lot 2.70 kindred complaints ore of the highest wnain.r aa aaoanaln A0JTI1. namlr japrobaolri'tUa.'tat'le.fr. Communlea. handwriting, which was dono with Montgomery, Hannah 3 acres iBtwitlon lletweeu Iulavlllo aurt the South. 25 tiouaaUlotJeoMuadanlud. IIanduokonl'atnts staudard of quality, blng prepaied In the TWICE A WEEK COURIER JOURNAL, quill pens, is remarkable, for Its plain Myers, Jess town lot 3.00 uafrM. l(l.t aaeutr Munu A Cu. rwolr tota taAnn tbrouib ness ana wonderful noatness, to differ- - Owsley, Lizzie town lot lotb 3.25 most careful manner frum absolutely pure lioth due Year Tor THREE DAILY TRAINS out from this advanced ago, when tho Saudidge, John 3 ncres 3 25 drugs We guarantee am. our medicines Bach way between Loul.vllle and Lcilngton Only $325. cblrofjraphy 0f many requires a key for Stewart, Harrison 10 ucres 2 70 JAnreai nr A baAdaomely llluitratod wneklr. tfwilakllibll SiF SUIT BMlaIILlDO to be of tho best ijuallty obtainable. ! ariua. Bit a aa intelligent perusal. The following Williams, Alice 3 acres W. A. TUUK, O. P. A.. Is for 1a.l1 suljacrlutlons only. Atl Tlila H 2.25 nwililri. Is a tax receipt: rt taut EUuutbtfL & uuder Ibis eoiuuliisilon odrr uu.l U Wasbluitou, I). C. 'Received of Charles Woods, Sh'elby (N. It ) 4 acres 85 tbruugtillilsclUi'.. .tut W. 11. TAVLOE. A. O. p A. Carter, one dollar and fcty-nln- o , W. I'. WAI.lOS.tbraKSOKD, Kr OitM. 2.20 cents, Hays, William acre BU WaatUugtoo, P. P. rali (Louisville. Ky text, jjtl TAXES.r FOR o ninp jj & " n ii JjALtLl 'E; State County. Cotnplon, Ike 2 acres Curtis, P. A. 10 acre Datigherty, Nathan Hrs, 23 acres Duncan, Thou tl acres McAfee, I). A (GdnJ 12 acres Nail, Sitniucl 160 acres Preston, W. G. 2 acre ltijrncy, Heubcn 32 acre Tombs, II. O. 22 acre Trice. Mitchell 1 acre VaughtA Huchnnnn O'i ncrcs 2.50 3 30 3 23 to lb U1 that S tin fur J. Unot tb der lb Nalloiu lunk Act drfvjtltun ar-- Murrtl out od.jt hw tb rapitat tlork, UablUlj' or an araouut but b j the itockboMfr tbt alock o lht drjltororthlt lofUtij Uun arc kcur-b7 a fiind oflAO.UM) thi iironi UUmeotaoI lb rendition ol th lUnk arvmadt eacbjMr to lb United btatffuffrbnientaod lu aa?U arvfiainlnM at ttatiit llnira ly ffurrnuimt acvnta,tbua avcurlntt additional and crtect u!t to deiultora. Th! liutliuttonorltlnallr e.tabtl.hed a. th ! ro.lt Itank ol hunk lu lain, then rmntanlied aa ih. National llank ol.sunlunl In IWJ andacals anlied aa th. Unl National liank ol Stanford In IMJ, haa ha.1 practlrallr anunlnterruple.leai.1. enr IV.r S.1 eeara. It la lltet aui'ilieJ now will ucllltlee fur tranuellnf liuneH pruuiptlr and lib-- e rally than Tr More In II. lon( and honorable career. Arruunti n( Individual. oJucIiHm.diu, acdlnJlTiaualiaulUlled. DiatcToaa. P. IWI.I. Lincoln Co.; J W Hard. n. Stanford n. ii. luuitinuau. " S. T. Ilarrl.. J S. Ilotkrr, " T V lllll. W. A. Trltille. " W.i' Wa lion J.IIColller.CraliOnh'il M.J. Miller, Mt.VernoD. M , 1. hi more, btanlonl. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfokd, Ky., In Receiving IiIh Full And Vlnicr GoucIk. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. FIHB INSURANCE Insurance Company Insurance PHB1VIX of UNDERTAKER! ou-l- Lin-Cart- er Solicits Your Bank Account, R.B.MAHONY.Agt, J. T. SUTTON", 1 ' Mo-ela- NOTICE. r l Lt.-Go- sJ A YOU GET MORE Courier-Journ- 1 son-in-l- ajC lEidK For Southern Rallwau Ijjjjt 1 COl'lllKU-JOt'llNA- sleeping Cars Sckiitific HnKrkan. Penny's Drug Store. .....-.- .. eAerrfw. -i- .w.1,. aiiaflai.. Am..i "1' ,i't"",'r,h"1 rriT '1 if" '" "'-- "" . r n ., ., ,r ( ,.,.. . ., .., anuiu.