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NO. 2 NEWS Callfoi-nia- IN THE VICINAGE, uru Tho Mothodtsts of Pusat)llvlll preparing to build u new chui'oh to cost SIH.OOQ. Kid. Joseph liullou will prouoh ut tlio Christian church horu next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Princeton Thoologicul Soinlnary bus graduated 1,.0J students for the mlnlj- try, of whom 'J.MT arc now living. Dr. David Morton, one of tho fore- most men in the M. K. Church, South, boon to Bstlll county Deputy Collector Thomas Austin has on olllultil busl- - Gen. Kosecraus i dying In . at Iledgevlllo, Boyle county. J. L. Jarvls was appointed postmaster L. l' Frlsbic will succeed Postmas After a hard fought battle the drys tor Cook at Mlddlosboro April 14. Tho preliminary trial of Whtttakcr, won at Moreland. For both Men and Women, arc very jopular and will he laigeiy used. JKi The Intercollegiate oratorical conHugh J. Jewltt, the famous railroad for thu murdor of Grady, was passed 'JlJ, A Shoo that Fits, Wears and Satistlies. We can show you test will be held at Lexington, April 1. financier, Is dead. "'I1,11 ,um Saturday a Most Deautiful Line. $ Call and At Harrodsburg Monday IS shares of Thu scarlet fovor proved to be in a Auditor Stono will Hie suits Monday tho Mercer National Bank sold at 3120. "did form and the children, who hud it, against all delinquent sheriffs. D A. Smith fc Son's roller mills at Supt. J. W. Bawllngs is rejoicing aro U about well again. Messrs. David Ho-- , J. A. Burnsldo, Bloomllold burned, loss about 810,000. over the appearance of a fine girl, born John Wulker and James Clark arj at- - The national debt, is now ?12.41 for Monday. Advocate. in ISO" It was $09.20. The Citizens' National, of Louisville, M tgTTrunks and Valises.tBs Sceuis to have been another hitch in died from blood poison, following a tending the tobacco sales lit Louisville. each Individual, ' i(" Tho new directory gives Lexington was made reserve agent for the Clti-.'Il wa" ai u be long. the Pike Business; but wont iniyior's on TucsUuy. snllntor wound. ll. population, 12.7ol of whom are zens's National of Lancaster. The Sahatlon Army has ... corp l There is more business done there than Negroes. Mrc Magohon, whose husband was the United States, 2, 150 commissioned in an ordinary village, and It should bo At a dance in Owsley county, two killed at Burgin three weeks ago. has named Traylorsvlllo and have a tlO.000 converThe Lead ngShoc and Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. olllcorennd have had fSj with men were fatally shot and a boy was compromised the Cincinnati II sions during tlie past year. Southern railroad for .',000. The social glvon by the ladles of the badly cut. At Bnwlinir Green 81, "200 hut been W. L Buford for the postolllcc at An aged woman was literally roasted on Wednesday night raised to build a tabernacle and Dwlght Christian church w largely attended and was a season to death while kneeling in prayer at. Nicholasville, Mies Bea Brown for Si L. Moody will hold a mooting In tho nal, Anderson county: J. N. Bronaugh city In April to help raise the balance. of lerfect enjoyment. The music was Cleveland. lid Stevens, town marshal of Mid- for Vanar&dell, Morcor county, and J. Washington passed especially attractive. ThnSmMtu ut I. Westeriield for Parksvllle, Boyle W. T. West received his commission way, who killed J. W. Miller, was givtho bill appropriating 5283,000 for the county, vice Miss S. Hopper, resigned, en 21 years. relief of tho Methodist Church, South, as postmaster and Tuesday next, loth, In Wyoming three of the murdorers have been recommended. soluotod-n- i tho day when ho of Teniiosoo. It had already passed has been IScr-villc- , K"-It Is officially announced that tho Spr.T.c, 1898. will take charge of tho olllce, that be- of Valentine Hoy wore caught and '" the House. Louisville and Southeastern will ex- ing the time whuu Mr. Hamilton's lynched by cow boys. I). L. Moody writes for special praj.n. 3 Princo Albert, of Belgium, arrived tend Its line to Beattyvllle and work ic cLL or for the eight days' mission to be j term expires. New York on tho steamer Kaiser will begin April 1. The now branch Mr. T. B. Boblnson Is In Frankfort in 3i io vcri-- j In tho Grand Contral iric. "uo- -i i.'n.opcc't held March will be ,'I.j miles long and will penetrate ""Tho building will and his friends have suggested that he vilhelm do Grossen. -:, Palace, New York. l .c cr Sotjc' c.r.3 cKiLoVcr.'c A mass convention of Kentucky pop the rich coal and timber country of tho would make an excellent prison s jat 7,000 and Is located In the heart of ClsVr-.- -l . If ho wnnts it we would alt ulists will be held in Louisville March upper Kentucky river valley. S"kiric, Sic.c'y :z, a population of :i,000,000. 111 to reorganize tho party. l nave mm eiio-u- n aim n.irlm' il.,, oar timing a few days s&rr.s' Sr.sco; "ys'-- tr MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. "s'ot vi.cu. we At Cedar Rapids, la., a joung man t faithful discharge of of the w tho ladles'mlsslonary Mw.R-tajo ho orscr. 'c r.cvc en. girl and then tired cf killed a W. J. Frazler and wife celebrated Mulhodlst church raised and paid out his duties. Mm- Margaret Bland, aged MJ years, a bullet through his head. 1 IS. their golden wedding at Versailles, Besides this v( -s. for foreign missions tfP,3:-;:r.sister-in-laThere was great rejoicing at Havana Wednesday. of Miss Betsy Bland, who they have expended noarlv that amount wn "mlored by William Austin, who over the arrival of tho Alfonso XIII. Alfred Jones, 24, and MNs Annie in helping tho needy of this county. ti..i lim.Utor hvn that Uncle Joo w.n hung for the oironse, died . on Tuo- - and 1,500 soldiers from Spain. actress, Baker, M, were married at Crab t i i .i.. m... tuurim iouk .... at, mo lam-.- i Charlotte Behrens, tho noted puu-uu Wednesday. Huppur's mooting at tho . t....i ..i,...i i,1, .v .,,, i.ii, i, m. in1 lly burying ground, throe miles from whose real name was Mrs. Robert Man-tel- l, Joshua Dye. nged 2.'l, and MNs Mary .. r unuruu iiiiu ruBiiuuu Is dead at Port Huron, Mich. cdnosday. Elizabeth Rutherford, 21, were mar Monday and the organization of prayer "w". " "' view or tne uoalti or .Mrs. r anccs As thu result of a prank practiced by ried at James Hodge's on the 0th. ,rin- - l,v imth the vuunir ladies and ;;; K. Wlllard, so long president of the Stato College students, the pond has to As tho result of a quarrel over a girl, tho young gontiomon of thu congroga i' W. C T. U , momorlnl services will lie be drained to recover wagon wheels. a young man at Millorsville, Pa., shot Hon. a one cent a Tho a Iwt wuok at the Carlisle Christian held in the Christian church on the mile railroads have fixedEncampment his rival and then committed suicide. V rate to the G. A. R. James M. Haley, 20. a clever young revival live puiico oUlcors evening of tho 20th. All tho ministers church Sept. and their churches will take part In the which meets at Cincinnati U man of Rowland, and Miss Rena Stone, My Ready Madt Stock will contain the choice things of tho season marched In with H vo prisoners and & At Raneysville, Ind., a young man 21, were united at J. M. Goode's on the .V and I will be able to fii'hish suits In Men's Sizes from S3 to $13. A thu usual services all woru baptis- exercises, which will be very Impresv attempted suicide because the girls 0th. I purely ed. Following tho baptism they wont sive. S boycotted" him for talking too much. When wo jonsldor the fact that KenA young Paducahan, who swore away to sorve out tonus In tho ponlton-tlarIn a riot growing out of a quarrel be- falsely to the age of himself and his tucky has boon carried twice by fraud Thu whole, number of ministers of and corruption, tho election bill is not tween partisans of rival priests at Ha- - laJy love, In order to procure marriage : every denomination In the United far wrong, but cotue more In the form madau, in Persia, 27 persons were kill license, will be prosecuted by her fatha; er. Stato Is i:t,2iJ2; wholo number of of a necessity. We must tight tho devil ed. Boys' Suits from 75c to J7.50. Costa Rica and Mearagna aro ohurohos, 1SI.S2I; whole number of with lire and ho frequently appears George King and Miss Susan s to havo plunged Into a conlllct clothed In republican co&tume. Severe of tho party of .'10 from Knox oommunlcaut, J2.U10.H02; Tho Tailor-Mad- e to all the churches In tills coun- measure are sometimes necessary, in without having made a formal declara- county, who passed hero Tuesday to lotion of war. politics, as in war. cate in Washington State, were martry lu lsl7 wore IW0.M1. :i Wince and Diew Garth, brothors, ried in the coach, District Passenger Mr. Isom It. Morrlman, a prominent The olllcials of a church at Muncie, s? I id., have requested the fomalo mem- business man, aged .'m years, died at his quarreled at Decatur, and Dtew struck Ayent E. H. Bacon acting as best man. Fit guaranteed or no sale. Men's Suits from HO to i30 Knee Pauts (: bership of the congregation to removo home in Versailles on Tuosday. The Wince twice with a stick of wood and Suits to measure. SMALL-POSCARCE AT JELLICO :k t loir hats during services, Thu wom- remains were buried nt Paint Lick on killed him. There lb now alloat on ita way to JELLICO, March 0. In tho INTEIUOR 5: en say they'll see 'em dead first. They Wednesday, whore he had many friends g i to church to show tholr bonnet and and relatives, ho having been raised In Now York $0,500,000 In gold, and twice Journal of the 8th, it is reported that V they are not to bo foiled In that way. that vicinity, from which pluco ho as much more is expected to be ship- there has been three deaths from small IK Book for UsS, is moved 30 years ago. He was an uncle ped next week. i e The Methodist Yoar pox here. It seems that tho outside Who want yet to wear nee pants suits and can't find them in ..v Two smull children of David goods now have an opportunity never ollered theui. I am now world, even within a few miles of us, out and lu showing Is not gratifying to of Mrs. T. J. Hammond and Misses and John Bruce were burned to can not report a truthful statement Mothodl-- t hrothroii. The Increase Mollle and Inona Douglas, of this city. suits for J5 and long pants our taking measuies and making short pants death while playing nround the Hie about the small-po- x . In number Is only 10,7:, as against scare here and sursuits for 10. Look at our sample.. Mrs. Tabltha Hughes, aged SI years, I (W,i:U thu year before, and as against widow of Mr. Tharp Hughes, died at near Princeton. rounding country. Tho truth Is wc I Curfew does not ring at Paducah, but have only had six very llyht cases on lf)7,6S In 1M)1. What Is tho matter her homo near Marksbury on Wod a huge steam whistle blows at S V. M. tho Tennessee side anil few more on tho thoy losing with tho Methodists? Are Tho remains will be burled at and woo unto tho minor caught on tho Kentucky side, and at no time have there their old tlmo lire and becoming so tlio Fork church Thursday. Defushlonable that they are losing their ceased was born and lived her entire street after that. been any deaths from it or even a After a trial of a month or more the poworV Baptist Becorder. case. Each side has life nt tho place where she died. She At tho Hall Street Methodist church was a member of the Christian church, jury at Lattlmor, Pa., acquitted Sheriff out oi town anu tne patients are reMartin and his deputies of shooting the moved to them, and all suspects are Lo.lngton, Sunday, several church a devoted wife and an affectionate Overstreet that mother. She had a hoit of friends and striking miners. informed Singer proporly guarded. There is no danger Mrs. Anna Braun was convicted in of any more contagion as tho people ills presence In the choir was repug- rolatlvos, some In Lincoln county, ali Now York of killing her boy. Sho said generally havo been successfully vaccinant and that ho must not again apiwar of whom mourn her departure. she preferred to kill her child rather nated and. all legal steps havo been , there. It made him very mad and ho Tho accommodating disposition of Is said to have cursed the spokosman, tho K. C. Hallway officials was mani- than sue it starve. taken to stamp out tho disease. The Thomas Jordon, an eccentric Critten- business of our town has been greatly who lot loose on him with a stick while fested tho other day, when an old lady, fainted. Slnco Magging tho train at a small station, den county man, burled $1,000 in gold Injured by falso reports, and we have tho womon screamed and o then tho war has been going merrily told the conductor that she wanted to several mouths ago and strange to say to depend on the press of the country --, It. CO to give us a truthful report and place on in tho newspapers in tho shape of so ml a do.eu eggs to Richmond, and he lias forgotten whero ho placed Kid McCoy in Indiauupolls, before in In proper light before tho world. each sldu and tlio oud is only had eleven, but the old blue hen cuds from ;i,000 people, whipped James Black-wel- Tho reports aro circulated and the still not In wight. was on the nest and would soon lay the of that city, and Jack TIerney, of proas publishes them and thoy are read oilier, and slio wanted him to wait a Tho Wire Trust is now practically Terra Haute, without leaving tho ring. all over tho country, when the facts aro few momonts. Tho conductor kindly It will represent a capital ojiisontcd c itnnletod At Washington it was proved that that at no tlmo has there been a case and tho cackle of the hen an annual produc of WO.OOO.OOO and Geo. Watkins was drawing pensions too sick to miss a meal. II. G. COOK. was the signal for tho train to pull out. tion of 1,000,000 tons of stool wire. Of under four aliases and was applying That this letter comes perforated and A prominout republican in tills town course tlio combination starus with tho another. Ho now lanquishes in fumigated is evidence that others, besays that this administration is pledget! jail. usual talk of a "reduction of prices," to the freedom of Cuba, and that, if James Mlddleton, a prominent school sides tho newspapers, think that danduthough steel wlro Is protected by a they do not act at once, the republican teacher of Harlan county, was acci- ger lurks in the twin cities, Which they ty of 40 per cent, in tho Dingley tariff. party had as well disband. Ho says dentally shot and killed by his brother do not wish to spread abroad. Ed. Tho commissioners appointed by that If tho Maine was destroyed by a while out at a shooting match Monday Danville. John W. Moore, forGov. Bradley to arrange for tho launch- Spaniard, or Spaniards, not acting off- evening. merly of Danville, died March, 4th, ut ing of tho battleship Kentucky have icially, Spain should no more be responFrank Relehart, of Akron, O., aged decided to goto Newport News to tho sible for It than tho city of Lancaster 12, fatally shot a playmate, aged 10. Pleasant Hill, Mo., after having been in bad health for somo time. Tho delaunching on a special train, which should bo rcsponslbl for the act of a Ne- They were at outs and just before ceased was 53 years old and leaves a r. March 22, at will leave Louisville Is In our Reichart fired, he remarked: "Now widow and ono son. Curry, Bohon & go gro on "Buttle Row," which M. The governor and Ills stair will I concur with him in givHave tho mo jt approved city limits. I'll fix you." Co., of Harrodsburg, havo bought a lot full uniform. in ing Cuba her freedom from Spanish opIn splitting rails In Whllo engaged at Junction City and will shortly erect Commander W. H. Brownson has pression, but wo do not need tho terriChristian county, W. F. Fletcher upon it a three-storbuilding to ho Long to boon ordered by Secretary son of used for a wholesale grocery. E. W. except as a homo for our Negroes, killed the inspect tho war- tory wo surely do leave for Kuropo and not want tho Cubans Thomas Dunning by striking htm on Leo arrived home Saturday morning and ships offered for salo to this govern- as citizens of our nation. Wo have tho head with a maul. from Atlanta, whero ho had been handment. enough of that kind. Many of our peoTho U. S. battleship, Oregon, is tho ling mules. PIo sold over 1,000 on comAnd nest Line of Perfumes. Soaps and Toilet Articles on tho Market. Robert McMlehucl tnember of the ple do not believe thaC wo will havo heaviest armored vessel In tho world, mission. Mr. Lee says prices were equalization, Is dead at Stato board of war. the steel plates covering her being 18 about as good as usual, but there were Loxincton. and another member, A. s in ev- not quito as many sales. B. G. Fox & Is Tho House by a voto of 311 to 0 pass- Inches thick. Sho H. Dyohe, of London, Is reported to bo ery particular and practically now. varioloid. Louisville ed tlio bill "That thoro is horoby apRico havo just shipped to Atlanta u car with down Tho supremo court, in a opinion of horses which thoy bought at $30 to Times. propriated out of any monoy in tho The county of Henderson has con- treasury not otherwise appropriated, handed down by Justice Harlan, de- $12o. Advocate. tracted to have its 44 miles of dirt for tlio national defense and for each clared tho Nebraska maximum freight That government seed is used solely road kept in repair for $1,140 per year. and every purpose connected there- law unconstitutional, which provided should exceed certain fig- for electioneering purposes by SenaBath county toll guto raiders aro with, to bo expouded at Ihc discre- that no rates tors and Congressman, tho following ures. making things hot over there. Sever- tion of tho president, and to remain Ex-- l aptnin Dreyfus, who is serving from Bill Lyons, Doboe's private night. available until June M, ISO!), 50 milal gates wore destroyed Tuesday is shown In tho Maysvillo Pubof Ufa Imprisonment on his sentence at Sandy Hook is lion dollars." lic Ledger: "Please distribute these Tho search-ligh- t islo Du Diablo, off tho coast of seed to tho friends of Senator Deboe the tho largest in tho wprld aild will throw Tho Senate also passed tho bill, 70 to French Guiana, recently attempted to In Mtisou and Bracken counties. Do miles on tlio sea. 0, and it was immediately signed by its beams 200 commit suicide. Slnco thou ho has not want any to go into tho hands of 0,001 languages In tho tho president. There aro been compelled at night to lie on a any ono who is lighting him, or is in Call at my store and wo will explain how you cm obtain one of theso Hasters free of world, and Us inhabitants profess more sj mpathy with those who aro doing cooking. A Mt. Stu.ding man writes from tho plank bed with his foot chained to a so." charge The roast is revolved through tho juices while 1,000 rollgions. than A burglar at Cleveland jumped into that ho could maku more cannon ball. Ho U said to bo collapsman, sul- - Kimilv-ikJohn Courtort, a Louisville In mind and body from the tho river to oscapo arrest and was i.l,l . Mnmnhls b' shOOtltlg lllllisclf money working in Kentucky nt$i a day ing both strain. drowned terrible than ho does there. in tho mouth. " iPrnf.V viui um mu '. TiTHN unut, a i v. .. " I. pot-olllc- e. 1 See Our Men's $3.50 And 1 Women's $3 Shoes. 1 I CA LOWELL A LAIM!ERf If Tl u I 1,1 I: GLOBE SPECIAL DISPATCH. cur or.cr.oo l--- II: i- -t: Cnc-r-or- cr.s Vcn.u: i:i--- 0 .rr-.por.c- o-- ir coin-inlsslon- u"Klu 1" - y "kc.scsrr.e Sicicor. J"ci:, ct.o ij crkclicr. m n i i---- ii can mckc clcccr.i V.c Scmplcc. j :. i. eo.' u IK! I Or-cha- rd l'rosb-ytorlu- n h "! o -- .. - . " F m .1 I- - Clothing ! ) t uf-t- or 1. y. Rod-ger- s, addl-Uon- I '? I An All Wool Suit, $5, Goods to Measure, 1 X 1 The Overgrown Boys V ready-mad- Mc-Gow- i i net-da- y. H. J. McROBERTS. M m to-da- se-ve- ro pest-hous- es rs 0 .k - 5i3BHPlr kF isrr h y - l, - a OcZiis23' S7tlt0 un-d- er Keep Your Skin Soft. Graig 1 ffocker .M accl-dental- lv y FACE LOTONS, first-clas- The Cylinder sec-rotar- y, Basting and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. Jiiiiiii - t' ' n MSRK HSRD1N. y h r TN.,jj . ,a-- . w , 0 fl ? i V ii k w iBl I r i I I II (( 1 .1 Circuit Court. David Guest, who Tin: Danville bucket shop couldn't shot Bill Tucker at Crab Orchard, was stand the S.V0 license, so it will move triumphantly acquitted as he should THE INTERIOR nnvttilitip urwl nvnpt't.hlntr .. M.W.. to a more hospitable city. ., . rhloh ttll.l milll. ...1U have been. Guest Is a democratic Negro and proved that Tucker had frehad the stamp of free silver democracy A MG lot of home grown Irish pota- quently taunted him with having sold upon it, kicked out of the traces toes for seed, cheap. Also New York outto th e democratic sons of . That Stanford. Kv., Mar ii, 1S9S for once has in a article and Mark tho entire jury wore democrats was onand onion sets. pours hot snot Into the election 0111, seed jotatoes ly a coincidence. Any other decent jury Hardin. which It says will cause the democrats would have found for defendant and W. P. WALTON. infinite trouble and from which they THE sun has shone brightly and tho thrown lu a ehromo besides, ror carweapons, however, de- - mercury has soared around the 70s for rying concealed nrc cortajn to rcaj, a cr0p 0 Joep oil so lightly, being Guest THOUGH every preparation Is being 8pat,.. The Louisville Dispatch and two several days. Showers for last night given didn't getlino and Imprisonment the usual can bo driven in or driven oat. Dr. Ayer'8 Snrsaparilla made for war by getting all the gun or tnroo other imitations seem to be and sentence, tho latter, being suspended wore predicted yesterday. drives disease out of tho blood. Many medicines suppress bjats In trim, buying ammunition and ln0 oniy friends now of tho dangerous for 30 days. In a speech to a jury this week, Knglneor J. II. Orndorfi" had IICUT. disease - cover it but don't cure it. Dr. Ayer's Snrsn pari 11a appropriating money for coast defenses, measure. F. Bobbitt in defending one Netwo ribs brokon at Nclsonyillo Wedcures nil diseases originating in impure blood by purifying will hardly bo any conllict. Spain there TlIB Kcarsage, a twin of the Kontuc- - nesday by liis train breaking In two gro for breaking anothor Negro's head, tho blood itsolf. Foul blood makes n foul body. Make tho can not alTord to tight this country. said: The greatest wrong that has blood pure and tho body will bo sound. Through tho blood She is poor and impoverished from the k'' wlil b,i Punched at the same time, and running together nnd jarring him been done tho black man in this coun Dr. Ayer's Snrsaparilla cures eczemn, tetter, boils, eruptions, try was depriving him of the protectcontinued etTorts to keep her suojects but nobody seems to be making any from his seat. ing caro of a kind master, and casting whether she is doused with ehmn- bumors, rheumatism, and all scrofulous diseases. subdued and is in no wise able to cope on him far out upon tho Ocean of FreeAt Auction. The government. The celerity j S or common every day water. with this "Dr. Ayer's Fvarijxirllla was rewmmenled to mo by my - the Crab Orchard & Danville turn dom, which he had not nautical skill to rhysici.m as a blood purifier. When I b'gan taring It had with which she withdrew her demand There has been much ado about uothnavigate 'Tls no wonder ho lost hi pikes, at Stanford, will bo sold at auc- bearing and was shipwrecked upon the rismp or boils all over my Ixxly, but ono bottle cured mo. I for Gon. Leo's recall and the stoppage lnP concerning the Kentucky, but It consider Dr Ayer's Karsapariila tho best blood nieJielno -t.i,n Piihiina. wiion has made her the best advertised war- - tion next Monday, county court day. at coast of Ignorance. Poor Negro you f nf iminiin m made." - IJo.snkk Ciiakt, Wesson, Mfcw. 1 o'clock. are as much a slave as ever and get less J. S. Bosloy. president. government viewed sh,l that ever ploughed tho ocean. she saw how this for It. the matter, shows that she is ready and Car Bcknud. A sleeping car of the Among the indictments found at this afA DISPATCH from Frankfort last willing to come to any terms demnnded. work train which was lying at Row- term is one against the L. & N. for failure to provide The unanimity with which both ternoon said that tho Gocbel election land burned yesterday morning, having Stanford depot.a water closet at the ' 3 o'clock over caught branches of Congress passed the bill bill passed the Senate at from a lamp which it is thought ror several years the lvoeiey instito appropriate 530,000,000 for coast de- Gov. Bradley's veto and commissioners exploded. All the bedding and clothes tute has been paying taxes to the town of Crab Orchard without being lu its fenses and the speeches thereon by were to be chosen last night. We very were consumed. limits. A suit to make tho town refund Federal soldiers much as well as fear that tho law will prove a A MONTH ago Tlldcn Singleton, who the $300 Illegally obtained will be tried show that this country is practically united in maintaining the honor of its boomerang to tho democratic party,but clerks for F. M. Waro at McKlnncy, The court allowed Judge It. J. picked his teeth with a broom straw, a Breckinridge a fco of S1.7."0 in the ease (lag and holding Spain to the strictest will hope for tho best. piece of which got between two jaw of Carneal's Uxor, vs. Thomas McRob-erts- . uccount, if she be proved to have even remotely caused the wreck of the Maine Speaking of government by injunc- teeth and he could not got it out. It Will Blakelv was indicted for tho and the killing of most of her gallant tion, what's the matter with some Fed- bothered him a good deal, but tho murder of Cato Crenshaw and his trial, Hon. It. Is similar to your own unless you contintio to stay in your own harbor Don t brunch crew. Gen. Lee Is proving every day eral court forever enjoining newspapers trouble ended Wednesday night by it at his request, set for out but stick to us, we will pilot you through safe nnd we can ave you from total defrom setting matter in columns wider working sufficiently through tho cheek C. Warren will defend him. that he is the right man in the right E It. Clifton, who forged cheeks on struction. To prove this we will thnn 13ms pica? Matter set two or to be pulled out. place and further adding to the glory W. L. McCarty. was indicted. Ho has of his Illustrious name. When told of three columns wide is as repulsive to been non Lead Ore. Mr. B. F. Lunsford, of brought est since the charge was eye as it is hard upon the optics to the demand for his recall, he said: the last fall. tho Preachorsvlllc section," has found peruse. The grand jury got after tho viola"Spain may declare us all persona non pieces of lead ore, tors of the liquor laws with a sharp on his farm several POLITICAL grata, but if we leave Havana it will POINTS. which an expert has informed him isS." stick. They found 10 indictments be with a brass band playing and the nominated William J. per cent. pure. It is claimed by some against P. W. Green for unlawful sellThe president American flag flying." Calhoun, of Illinois, to bo interstate oid people that a lead mine was onco ing and selling on Sunday, four against Our buyors nrc on the market from ono end of the year to the other, thcroforo it N Casper A pps and three against J. II is said that tho board of inquiry commerce commissioner. It operated in tho Preachcrsvllle vicini Carter, while several other saloon men plain to bo seen how wo can nllord to soil yon good cheaper than the man who buys has already found that Spain is to There is a hitch in the transfer of tho ty. There are several Indian mounds caught it for ono or two. V are making n !eclal only ns per seasons. blame for the Maine disaster, but ow- oflice of Surveyor of the Port at Lou The grand jury finally adjourned yesoonu 01 on Mr. Lunsford 's placo. ing to the excited state of the country, isville, because 01 the lauity terday, after being in session eight Mr. Barnett, ;VJ The and the fear of hasty action by Con- correction. which was Jeturned for Vest Thurman swore out a writ davs and finding themIndictments. good judge thanked for their gress, tho report will not be given out President McKinley says: "The gov against Willis Helm, also colored, for work and ordered that each be paid or several wuuks. uuuiuss uuu uuu- - eminent at Washington seeks no war striking him on the head, and Constn-bl- e $1(1. servatlsm Is to be tho watch word and The first overt act must come from the Peyton arrested him Wednesday. Tho case of It. S. Webb fc Co. m. G. government ut Madrid. I shall try to He gave bond for his appearance nt his T. Timberlako occupied the court two cowaintA. nf i,nin,r ,.iir)it.. hofnrn. irnl n In order to mak room for our daily spring arnvnN d 'ardleSS Of What people peremptory Instrucended ?? dUt ahead the motto. There is little neces say." trial before Judge Bailey Saturday. davs and plalntilf.InJudgoGeo. Denny, of tions for sity for excitement and It will develop Secretary Sherman says: "As far as Thurman shot twice at Helm during Lexington, Is ono 01 tno company nni Id Mrm the trouble and It looks like ho will get was represented by Col. W. G. Welch that tho Jingoes who make tho raosti tVirt TTnlfrt1 CStntno and Hill k. Alcorn; tho defendant binoise will be the last to smell gun pow cerned, it is has no just cause to de the hot end of the trouble. llons. R. C. Warren and Harvey Holm. carcasses clare war against Spain. ror will it, der, if they ever get their until it is plainly shown that Spain has THE State, board of health has de- The suit was oyer tho sale of a hemp close enough for that. defend$i"0, committed some overt act." f epidemic at Middles-boro- , break and is for aboutbought the under And bear in mind they only represent a very small jmt cent of mir big loducth clared a small-poit ant claiming thnt ho rices. Kruitof tho Iaioiii and lA)iiMlale Cotton nt 0c, Clover bht'cbwi Cotton at Ao adopted and all persons are prohibited false claims of its superiority. Since tho Courier-JournTHE LEGISLATURE from entering or leaving the city. Five the Interior Journal's lead in print The court will adjourn finally tomor yard, good apron gingham, 3 Jr. nice cotton plaid drt-- H goods .V. worth KV, nil wool 14 in. wide Mc, worth 10c, figured black drojw good LV, worth 3 "c, Sllko. row. ing half tone pictures, perfect likenessMr. Orr's railroad assessment bill new cases wore roportcd Tuesday. A line drnpery only 8Jc, Clink's O. N. T. thread nt 3c a ool. liuun cnuh only 00 cr says he wishes that of the un- was rejected by the House. es are presented and friends friend at our elbow ML VERNON. yard, 0c canton limine) at Ijc pr y.ird. bd prad only fiUc , Indios' grain olioos 711c The Senate passed the House bill re order had prevailed in 1S92, when somo fortunates who get their phizes in the quiring railroads to carry bicycles as fellow with more sense than he, unload Misos calf and pebble shoot (51k', Infnnot shoes 30c, Men's heavy work Mum Src, l..i vaccipaper can recognize them at once. This bagguge The physicians are kopt busy small-j)ofree. dies' dongola pat. tip button sIuhik only Mr. I.adiei' Full FinUhod Trtt .Skirls jl, method of illustration is purely meed that miserable lot on him at more a nating old and young. No case of The Advocate speaks editorially of yet. chanical and the effects arc most satis- President McKinley as ''that fellow in foot than land is worth an acre now in Tho Ladles' Aid Society met with city. factory. When first invented they tho White House." that Mrs. M. C. Williams this week. This 10 band of ladles do much good work for could be printed only on the highest Tho Senate passed Mr. North's bill SOME time ago Rev. 11. It. Noel the church. paper and on slow, presses. abolishing the office of register of the calendered Is cultivating a large Mr. Seven Pajrs of 1'in f r 10 Cents By coarsening tho lines and other land otllce. It had already passed the bought two dozen Plymouth Itock field Will Cox and valuable. It lies that Is rich House. chickens of II. J. McRoberts and gave changes they are now printed on the belongs to Mr. .1 in of town, It is announced that the governor who took great .1. the heart and is worth nbout $1,000 Williams fastest presses and on ordinary newspa. will veto the dental bill on the ground them to his daughters, IMC care of them and who expected soon per acre. ler. As no papier mache Impression of its unconstitutionality, and likewise to make money out of them. Man Tho missionary services were well measure. can bo taken of tho half tone, however the A pair of Genuine Steel Sciwrs at h.t ir and God disposes, though, and to attended at the Christlun church last Morgan China's bill to repeal the is much trouble to make ready to it Sunday and after an excellent sermon charters of those State banks, which their sorrow Wednesday morning they by Bro. Bassett the collection amountprint them on papers which have to do not accept the ad valorem system evitaken up by tho deaNeglig-e- e print from cylindrical forms and the of taxation, passed tho House lil to la. found that 10 of them were gone, cuss ing to SHO, wasWilliams and Poyntor. cons, Messrs. dently stolen by some worthless extra time occasioned counts against Tho House bill raising from S100 to who ought to bo doing time at FrankStrange to relate there are persons $200 the amount, authorizing an appeal their general use. The Courier-Jou- r Men's While Unlnundercd ShirN at Vk Homemh-- r who are still trying to have liconpod ur line of saloons here. Judging by the attennal is always up to snuff, however, and to tho court of appeals was passed by a fort. In the if any paper can give half tones satis- vole of 10 to 12. This is also ono of Low IlATKS. The L. & N. will sell dance and interest manifested Mr. North's bills. temperance meeting Monday night the factorily, it will bo sure to do so. p tickets to Louisville on majority of tho people aro opposed to Democrats of Bourbon county held a round-trimasj' meeting and protested against March lf and 10, good returning on tho such a movement. Vet It is said that Bingham, of Pennsyvania, sang the the Goebel bill and urged Senator Carpet l'apor, Oil Colli. I'.tc one fare, &.0, on account of 2.") signatures were obtained to a paper ng only discordant note, when the bill, to Thomas and Representative Hinton to l'Jth, at party convention, and to which was circulating rocently.nlct that license be granted appropriate 830.000,000 for coast defens. vote against its passage over tho gov- the neoole's Old Point Comfort on Marcli 2l good Miss Fannie Mct'lure won the medal ernor's veto. cs, was before the House. Hedcclarqd returning 2uth, at3i:t.i for the round-tri- in the recent contest. Tho judges were THE Bronston did not succeed in defeatthat friendly relations existed between ing on account of the launching of the Mrs. Martha Penninuton, MUh Kate the shut otf the this country and Spain and that he saw election effort atoresolutiondebate on been Tho Moore having bill; Thoe con second and Miss Lena Nowcomb. Flor prize was awarded to.Mlss T. I. KAXBY, Mainour nothing especially commendable in the introduced by Senator Farris at the in battleship "Kentucky." templating attending the christening ence MulIIns. The otner spoaKors wore course of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee. For this htance of Senator Goebel to that end will oblige Agent J. S. Hlce by inform- Miss Mary Pease, Jack Adams, Jr., Hranch (More? nt Parin, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Hurdstown, Lawrenceburg, he was roundly hissed, both by demo-- II carried :'0 to 14. ing him that he may secure tickets, Ac. Kdgar Mullins and Miss Garlic Davis. Kinineiiee, Georgetown, Kliznbotlitown, Frankfort. MauckperJ, Ind. crats and his own party, but even after Tne Dispatch's Frankfort correspond This belli'' tho close of Mrs. Nesbltl's ing tirade he didn't have the gail to ent has this to say about Lincoln coun small-poselect school, she Invited the young quarantine is Until, the ty'e representative: "Mr. North has and vote against the resolution, which pass- introduced more bills than any other raised at MJddlosboro, Col. W. F.Sheri- people to remain after the contestsocial a pleasant hour was spent in a We are ngain ed unanimously. member looking to the reduction o ex- dan tells us that Nos. and -- I, tho way. penses, und has made a record in tho day passenger trains, which ran to The Matrons' contest on last Monday The Louisville Commercial's editori- House as an economist." Middlesboro, will run no furthor than evening was a highly enjoyable alTalr Gov. Bradley vetoed tho bill to gerry al page does not keep up with its news exercises were opened with read Corbln. The through express trains The and prayer by Bro Ira M. Boswell ing columns. Monday the former contained mander the eighth Congressional district and the bill to compel the Asso- go by Jelllcoaad will continue as usual. followed by a song with Mrs. Mit Millun article showing the unconstitution ciated Press to sell news to any newsFiist recital was The mails will bo taken to nnd from er, Jr.. organist. ality of tho McChord bill and arguing papers that demand it. The grounds which will not "Sisters on Strike," Mrs. Rosalind Middlesboro by freight, that it could not be cuforced when the for both vetoes are that tho bills are bo permitted to stop. Under a penalty Nesbitt. followed by "The Ruunoller'H unconstitutional. Story," by Mrs. Lucy Woodall. Mrs. Legislature iiad already come to that The democratic caucus nominated of a line of 850 to $500 no ono is permit Mary Smith recited "No Licensed Saconclusion a week before, after Gov. ted to come in or go out of the stricken loons" and Mrs. Martha Pennington.1 And solicit your patronage upon tho basis of fair lionet treatment, good nervieo and Henry George, or Bradley had used his axo on tho bill M. Richardson, of Graves county; Jus. "Who Will Roll tho Stone Away?" Af ow pricei for the best goods Barren county, and city. with force and efiect. ter these recltatlous, .vhieh were reiulwaru rennell, 01 tlarrison county, for mumhRivt of tlm Hoard of Priniin The situation at Middlesboro is a lit- ceived with applause, Bro. Boswoll enTA IP J ' MCKINLEY has been In a year tertained and instructed tho iaruo au Commissioners. T. M. Goodknirht trot tle brighter in regard to the small-po. w L ..,. A Hi 7 fin1 rP tV Tl a temperance talk that was ' T?tlI n CMi nt rjfitno.l ..J ' i trnn dience with , JkL . . , f.. IJiltlULl VUL" , , . Ul UUIllUUi ii( JUU Inni lintfn VJll 1UI Um.ln " "J UWVkV( now repleto with wit, humor anil pathos. ed for him? Stanford Jouknal, March on the first ballot. Only live ballots epmemie, out great irouoio is persons If nil spoke as forcibly for temperanco Of Drugs and Stationery and Toilet Articles. found In supplying the were required. 4. uoo, "iwng Senator Farris had tho nomination in the pest houses with food. A gen- - as does this nomo man 01banished. ! Don't ask us Richmond Climax. Alcohol" would soon be recovering Nobody asked you, sir, sho said. The of Dr. O'Neal for Statetoboard of health tleman from there yesterday told us Mr. held and recommitted the committee ,i, tlw t.v.n iua innfitP.l.nll Mm mnn. from a J. J. Williams is Mamie Milsevere lllncsi. Miss question was propounded solely to because he alleged that tho doctor in Lancaster. Mrs. Rice " democrats, who stultified them- claimed to bo a democrat and voted for ey It could afford to and that the peo- ler is visiting returned to Indianapolis ple had responded to the call for aid so Havorly has McKinley. He further said that tho selves. pleasant doctor had been accused of unprofes often that they declined to give fur- after a Brown is visit home. Miss Alza home from Midway. Logan sional conduct, which he would state, ther, tho (iscul court ol the county has Mrs. We are glad to sco tho report that Ann Poynter is quite 1)1. Miss but for the presence of ladies, and that Editor A. R. Dyche, of London, was liaraly a doctor in Lancaster would refused to meet and make an appro- Mary Miller is visiting her brother. down with the varioloid Is denied. It consult with him. priation, and It is not improbable that Mjico Miller, at Austin, Texas. She Louls'by far as accompnnled The nomination was afterwards con- tho inmates at the pest houses would be was brother, Hughas Miller. St.B. J. odor of its own improbability bore the her on Its face. Brer Dyche is too tough a firmed. turned out to care for themselves. was seriously ill but has about recovored. Miss Sallle Cook Is the citizen to be downed by tho varioloid. A HH 1 T if J OC31. THE live or six days of remarkably truest of Miss Florollo Brown. Mi&s A genuine case of conlluent small-po- x Fannie McFerran Is the guest of hei could hardly get away with him. KAltLY Rose, Peerless and Burbank line weather have made much plowing brother, Robert McFerran. Little Rus-peossible and put gardeners to work, ft seed potatoes. A. B. Florence. Proctor was seriously hurt by a Tin: Louisville Times says that the being tho light of tho moon Irish pota rock striking him on tho head; the I homicidal tendency is a disease which $.",000 to loan in sums of not less than toes were planted by a great many, ) rock having been thrown from beyond I should bo treated as such. Certainly. $1,000, on reill estate. Apply nt this while those who lovo the aromatic on- some cars which wens on tho track near his home. Miss Ida May Adams Hempen neckties with the rope drawn olllce. ion planted him for business. In an is home from Danvlllo on a short visit. taut above is an infallible remedy and A tuain of '22 cars of tobacco passed experience extending over a great Mrs. L. M. Seroggs has been qui to 111 known tofcure many a case. has through yesterday from Lynchburg, many years, however, the writer has for some time at tho Miller House. found that in this climate vegetables WE acknowledge with thanks receipt Va., to St. Louis. C. Bishop sold to K. J. Haluy, of seeded ufter April l." do fully as well Shorthorn of invltutton from Gen. D. K. Collier, Buakesian Killed. K. C. Tucker, as those put in tho ground while it is Somerset, a bull calf for$J(l. chief of the governor's stalT, to go on a brakeman on tho mixed train on the cold and before the freezing snaps are Lyon fc Allon shipped from the governor's special train to tho Ken- Greensburg branch was crushed to this week a car load of hogs they over. Dr. Hicks seems not to have tucky battleship launching, which wo death between two cars while making Amilr county at .(to. foreseen this spell at all and instead bought inCarpenter bought of J. M. will very certainly accept If we can get a coupling at Phillipsburg, near A. w. predicted storms of unu&ual severity Vanrcetcr, of Boylo a registered Short-boroff. yesterday. about this time. cow and calf for $lo0. ! Till? ITnmvwlalimxT CSnvlnfra. whtnh hna JOURNAL!: at all times seemed to be ready to I V. .1 : three-colum- n nc- - -- Disease (Jci to-da- y ' Foil-taln- o I i ! ' toll-hous- i ! 1 i i ycrs (irsaiiirllKi to-da- Our Life Boat A to-da- y. Give You Pointer ! Reduction on all Winter Stock, I I rmvni-nmnn- t. JUSTLOOKATTHESEPRICES ere x al x ic 3 Papers Assorted Hair Pins For Cts.: 33 INCH BED TICK! 2-- AT DC. anti-osteopa- th pio-pos- es Mens' Shirts at 35 Cts. Carpets And Mattings, MMCXWIOUUri; p, 6T(Mm Cynthi-anaorHnillo- 1 e, x '2-- Open lor Business HI I . to-da- y. x , 1 NJ-ou- u A SI 111 so-call- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. MBHHA i m inna UlUlonai 1 ll " iISll HPraHH Ix-e- Camp-bellsvlll- e, i " 4fa'...feitjwu..., lp v ; "" 1 I rostroroOT iT- ;?;&A0fcA4fcAtfRfln HN7 - kaZA ' ulL.1 - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' I iiaiaafaga&i 2 n i . Gt&Z DANVILLE, KY. - Stanfokd, Kv., E. C. -- Mar. ii, 189S , 3 (A m Walton, IJusiniss Maxaokk. TllK best physician can't euro you if you do not follow lilts direction? Get tho best medicines too. That is the only kind wo furnish. Penny's Drug 'i VA Store. nn v. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. V. an'. Doc DltVB is quite sick at L Ev- - SHO My Ladies', d 9 m ! ftt 1. 1. New Spring and Summer of Garrard, WJW Mr. Ed Wai-KKthe guoot of Mr. J. C. Hays. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. UfiiNsim:, of Garrard, were here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Kohurt Chaitkm., of Lebanon Junction, nro at Mr. J. W. Adams'. Gastinkau, of VerMrs. Sai-LIsailles, is visiting Col. and Mrs. W. II. U m Vi m Tlic line ol .Springs Shoos just opened is the most complete ever in my place. Viawed from tho standpoint of w fx Uft Style, Wear, Comfort, Price and General Elegance, Mines' and Children's Shoes and Half Shoes are ih J a 41 '& . for II. W. LlLLARl), who has been months at tho Joseph Price Inllrmnry, Wo have now on hale complete lines of Dre- - Goods, Silk and Watli was up town yesterday, but looking (.mkxIs for Spring nml .Summer wear. We have laid in it larger stock than very weak. Mr. To i. Crow and family are at II. usual in anticipation of a larger businet s and you'll find our fctock to compare II. Cnnv'e. Mi. Crow has moved from favorably with any in the largo cities. In price wc heat tliom on most every Faj'Ho county, but is not yet decided thing. Give us a chance on any thing you need in Dry Goods', Shoe? or where he will locale. Kld. A. C. Nkwland is gradually salvor and and we will make it pay you. growing weaker and can notatbcsthist very much longer, his eon, Mr. II. 1'. Nowland, informs us. J. F. W'atrrs. who shot himself in Hardware at Warren & Shanks'. the foot homo wouks ago, was well Old clothes made new by Mk'dloton enough to come home from his moth Co. under St. Asaph. ILMriiiiiim. ill 'Jfii' iw.p vil. fur clioit-.- . of 20 slvh's of 8(5 in. NovcltV Dress or's in Hoyle yesterday. I J o '" e J TUB city council reduced peddler's Mr. James Wai.kkkGivkxs is back Goods nml running tip to ?! per yd. Poplins in all tho new shades, Covert from Lexington, Miss., whore he did license from to i'l a day, or i2) a a year. uloth M)c to 81.7ft, Granites, Unytidcros, Molmirs, Kpinglos, Crepons, fairly well trading. lie was detained NORTHBRN Seed Irish potatoes, on several weeks by illness. ito., and all kinds of linings and trimmings to Ftiit. I). Florknci:, deputy post- ion sets, garden seeds, kc, at Higglns Gkorcik MeKinney's. master, is down from the effects of vacJohn V. cination and the old stand-by- , IN addition to a relief trom poll tax, Kout, is again in the city council agreed to pay the docSOMi: 111 or 15 Lancasterlans, includ- the of any momber of the lire ing Miss Altie Marksbury and Howard tor's bill company, who gets hurt in discharge of shade, Satin Duuliowc, Rice, attended the Sltnpktn show Of duty. Plain and ohangeable Tnlletas in all the Hundreds of etylos of fancy course L.otcnor uwsiey was in me Fnilliw and French Poplin in plain color-- . OLD Horse. Kd Snow, the highly-prize- d crowd. wui-t- s family horse belonging to Mr. and ilrutu iroin 7fe to S!5 per yd. In black, we have Satin silkt fbr STANTORD'S little beauty is thus Do Soir, Tallbta, Hrocadiw, liaymleres Ac, mentioned in the Lexington Loader: W. P. Tate, died tho other day and the DueWo, Sr tin I. uxor, Peau Miss Mary Elkln, of Sumford, is the family is all broken up because of it. choice stylus all ilk Satin llrocndc 7f)c yd. charming guest of Miss Mae Bright, of Mr. Tate bought him when a colt nearWest Second street. ly 30 years ago. Mr. V. R. Gooch. our McKlnney correspondent, wa before tho grand To tub Ladies. Messrs. A. B. Robjury yesterday to toll what he knows ertson & Bro., the extonsive Danville that ho hasn't had printed, which lat- dry goods merchants, have a special ter ought to bo enough for any purannouncement to the fair sex In this pose. Thirty-fivof new nyle ft ripe, pinid ami figured Grenndiuos Hi in. from C. K. Tt'KNKR, of Christinnsburg, issue, which they will doubtless read Ml w )ol Grenadines from 10c to Va., Is here to sell a moat useful book and profit thoreby. imment-eljxipulnr. Sl.'Jfi up. Thoo are to tho farmers, the Progressive Agri" r 8? yd. To line then; we have black and fancy Mlk, nleo cotton linings culturist, by which they can keep an OUR books are in J. C. McClary's accurate account of all farm operations, hands nnd he will bo glad to receipt which have saine ell'ect n silks at much let.- - pi ice. with little trouble. nay their accounts. Postmasthr-bi-kctW- . T. Wbst, of those who wish to Lancastor, was hero Tuesday and se- It is not our intention to sue any one, cured tho furvice-- of our but our accounts must be settled within ter, Mr. John W. Rout, to assist him the next few weeks. M. S. & J. W. for awhile in his olllce. Mr. W. will 111 cut-gin DRY GOODS. DRESS GOODS. SILKS. dci-irnbl- o Mr. and Mrs. Jamks A. Bkaxky, of Lancastor, wore here this week to sec his brothers. Miss Dora Strauh loft Wednesday for Tullahoma, Tcnn., to one.age in the millinery business. Mils. J. S. Rici: Is back from n protracted visit to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Gnrnctt, nt Cave City. Duddornr. Are Simply Matchless Men's Goods my stock is also very strong and I invite early In Medium-Priceinspection from one and nil. Can lit anybody's foot nml nearly anybody's head. It is a pleasure at all times to show goods whether you wish to buy or not Do not think you have to buy just because you looked at them a look is without money and without price. vu i? IX W. H. SHANKS, lowmm&immsmii mm?&&&Mmr&mMWg& mK- ? I. I n t . ' & r.t v.s r i;i ;H! ' iSJESgSKaaE-"!!?- t Gion-mitiiu- m PMTS! oio Gentlemen, wc call your attention to our new and.cxtcnsive line of Trousers, in allgrades from Jeans at 50c to finest Cassiiuere, at S.'5.50. We call epecial attention to our 1, 11.50 and ?2 goods. We have 1 w post-otllc- o. Searched the Markets m And believe we have tlie best Values that money can buy. Big men can find good values in extra sizes at 31.50 to 33.50. If we can't please you in our ready made stock 9k S S8 Grenadines: -- Can Supply You From 1 WeOur Tailor-MadLine. SI e Hundreds of Samples to select from. Pi ice, 13.25 to ?10 per pair. Conic and sen them. e Wash Goods: l'-'J- s SEVERANCE & SONS. w MsmmMimwsmwmMimmmm Wo have h many that we can onlv mention the mo.-- t prominent, viz: Or. simdiea ill 81. 124. lfl. 25. 10 and 60c, more than IfiO styles, Gingham am Heal French Percales Madras clothe 10otylo nt 10, 121, 15c and up to nt 10 and 50c yd., down to 2.Vyd., ltenl Scotch Madrid in plaids and Imported Dimities 'Joe, Linen Uwiw at 80e, Cheviots at 1 and 17c, Plaid, Stripe and Kilid color Linen for wai-- t and drc,-o- s at HB&c, Galatia' cloth at White Pique IS to 30c. c, 12 and 1ie, Hot Penang 1 take charge Tuesday. Sl'KAKlNO of the visit of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Severance, the Climax saj tho bride seems as happy as a bird and brings back the same smile and sun- shlnv disposition that linked so many friends to her in girlhood days. P. C. J BSSBK, general agent for the Ivy. Growers and Central Fire Insurance Cos., of Lexington, was here Tuesday with local agent, Harry C. Ho reort good business HauL'tiumu. for both of the above companies WlNPRKY Baughman. FOR disorderly conduct at a church The Second Session of the Collegiate Year, ISO? US will open at McKlnney tho following Negroes , were arrested: Oscar Singleton, Adam :MIoria.iS7-- J"a,nu.EiX37- - 2-5tl- i, Trice, Bill Tate and Bud Masterson. New pupils entering at that time will do received Into the classes. For full Information Tho latter two gave bond for their trial call on or write to Mas. Sacfi.ky at the College or write for catalogue. boforo Squire CofleyutMoKltiuey MonWILLIAM Slini.TON. l'llKSlltCsr. day, but the two first named could not do so and were lodged In jail by Constable T. G. Nunnelley Tuesday. m Stanford Female College. 1898. On TZs'sA corporations in Madison pay taxes on To the Mill of $20,000 and over. Col. J. W. Cnperton is tho largest individual taxpayer, his assessment being ST 1,800, T. D. Chen-uin new Spring 8(5 in. Standard Penang Hon. Jt coming next with $71,4110 at 5c yd. D. Harris is omitted for some s Ginghams in choice drc-John Stanford, Ky., Manufacturers of and Dealers in reason. Ho was the largest taxpayer last year. The Joshua Slmpklns Co. gave a fair ed by Miss Owen, Miss Willl'ims, Miss McGarvey. Prof. Hlauton, Mrs. deott entertainmont on the stage and tin unShitetuir, Corn Chop, Hay, Seed Oais, Coa', Ac. and Mrs.HulTman. A dainty dinting usually good one in the orchestra. The dish supper was afterwards served. skin game that tho management workand Children' lino Shoes in Lexington Leader. new good. Now line of All full of ed with the after concert racket, for from S'2 to $f0 brilliant which an extra 10 cents was charged, Any "lay. Where? At your homo in biscuits made of our Hour. So bring us your LOCAL HAPPENINGS. latot toe and last. Immense line of previous wheat and get 35 pounds of our "Alpino Snow" Flour and 10 pounds of Uraii, or 37 was entirely without tho Sterling Silver Knives, Fork, Spoons and Fancy pieces made by "Whiting trying-thiOUR watch work warranted. Dunks. knowledge of tho Opera House mana- pounds of ilour for every bushel of wheat. You cannot make a mistake ifbyyou aro llour as wn will guarantee every pound of it Take it and try it nnd mm Mufg. Co." Towle Mnfg. Co. Gorhnni Co., anil liced iv uarion. White dres gers. They would have kicked right not satisfied bring the llour back and wo will give you your wheat back. Is not this Ho- FiSHlNO tackle at Craig Rocker's. goods of every description and all qualities, Uwu and Muslin Cur tains, then nnd there, but as no one was forced fair enough? Also, wo mako tho best granulated corn meal to be had and take for grinding and will give the samo guarantee we give on our llour. r fiery, Kid Glove, Hibhon? ami Lace. Sl'KCTACLKS tltted by Danks, the to stay, they decidoJ to let it tro. Usplay on shares, but ually companies jeweler. and therefore had A. H. tliis rented outright NORTllBRN seed iwtatoes at tilings their own way. Herenfter, Florence's. one admission will cover nil the We will take all kinds of farm products in exchange for coal, and since tho winte First-clas- s bill onion sets for sale show of one night. ' has been so mild we have contracted for more coal than wo should havo and now. t O. J. Newland. by Wo make n market for your wheat, hay A Triuic That Was Vain. A few must sell it Regardless Of Cost. I will nav cash for sound walnut weeks ago, wo received a letter with and corn, Ac, by exchanging it for coal and we must dispose of our coal in this market in return. You will always find our price? lower than tho lowest. Now is tho logs, 18 Inches up. A. C. Sine. tho money in It for a notice that J. L. time to haul coal and bring in your farm products boforo you get busy with plowing. tho Myers Hoiisei Give us a trial Sbbu Potatoes and Garden Seeds of Vanstino would bo at purchuso the surplus to March all kinds at Warren & Shanks'. H- KY. B CO., wheat in tho county. It boro tho StanCllBAI cow feed of ull kinds always ford stamp and wo thought Co. on hand. J. II. Raughman rather strange that If such a man was VK HAVE JUST RECEIVED A in town ho hadn't called at our otllce. A'lTBNTION FlSHBRMK.S'I A full and Tho ad. was inserted and on tho lirst complete line at W. U. McRoborts'. and second days named, nearly every hold-inLAN'DRBTii's seeds in paper and bulk. man In the county, who bad been II. McRoborts. wheat for $1, was In to see Mr. his New and fresh. W. Vanstino. But ho never showed up, And aio odering some (tARDBN seeds in bulk and package, nor did ho have a representative. That great variety. Hlggins & Me Kinney. it was a fake is now plain, and tho ttr think it was an oll'ort of an ROUGH lumber of all kinds, boxing, Baughmans party to force them to pay framing, shingles, boards, locust and Interested more for wheat tliu It is worth in Chicedar post. II. .1. McRoborts. ( 'all and Sew Us. Stanfoid, Ky Opp. cago, freight olV, but It didn't work. A ! trick, man is suspected 7taMWVR0m0Ma GBNTLBMKN You should examine certain nro not suuicieniiy of tlte nun 10 on 10 mif lino of snriiiL' clothes. Stylo, qual but we 'tmimtfiMtkw ity and fit the best. Severance & Sons, give bis name. di-ig- Specials This Week nat Other Stocks cut-gh- Harnett, who joined tho V. S. Army about four month ago. writes bis father from Now York that ho has been ordered to be in roadinoss In the event .u June, light weight war is declared. The young man is very anxiouh for a battle. Tin: Musical Club had a delightful meeting with Mrs. Leo Hiilimun last evening. There was a program of verj tlno selections beautifully render- : Barn'ktt. son of G. H. Tin: Register says that 64 people and FREE TURNPIKES! u J. H. Baughman 8c Co., Wheat is Worth $1 Grain, Fancy Flour, corn, meal, Bran, Per Bushel one-six- th s BUTTERICK PATTERNS. how-ove- r, 7-- m m m J. BHUGHMHN STANFORD, t post-oill- ce g Car Load Of Vehicles, DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.1)!? mwim tss$W in SPECIAL BUGAIHS Court-House, B. K. WEAKEN & SON. I " I f .W" Minrfr 1 MM 40MU0it&.'- - - ;j. A. IT' mmifu&mHMmmmmmmiimm I scare has intlucuced The There wore quite a number of "cur Prenchlnp ut, tho Baptist church by boys" who paid the urnnd jury a visit A few energetic ludlos and gentlemen Pastor IV II. Coleman noxt Saturday number of persons to bo vaccinated. Tiintetl to eunvtiH-i- . Alxvo euliir gimriwi-teeMarlon Humphrey has been sick for Tuesday and Wednesday. afternoon, Sunday morning and night. Cull on or nililnxt. Oder ovort tliliif; The Illtte 3Triela,-- a M'bll.oli.od.TMOEa.styo a.n.4 Mrs. M. I). McKcnzlo and her line IN It. M. UOOCII. SotiiotNot, Ky for Orclmrd, Ounlon. I.tturn. No Aicontv Prof. A. II. Baugh was forced on ac- more than a week, but is improving. Rev. Brewer, of Bradfordsvlllc, twin girls are doing nicely. Mrs. II. Mrttvrlinrrv mill aoiierul nurerv CllttllOlMltM count of 111 health to abandon his on implication to preached several sermons here tho first II. Singleton is convalescent. an pif.it "v.H;.vit i ajd iiiLi.r.NMi;vi;n. school here and ho and his rood wife ii. Tho pretty weather of thu past fnw Lexington, ICy. (102) Telephoned - When not have gone to Russell county with the of the week. paid 0:2. SO will e charged. Mr. E. L. McKlnley and Mrs. Wat-kin- days makes even the most backward expecting to re hope of recuperation, of Mlddlebnrg, were married in feel like it was time hu had hi "later" UOIIEKT FISH, turn in a few months. Miss Maggie I'KAI.liR In the parlor of tho Exchange Hotel last patch brokeu and ready to plant. Some McCarty will probably teach a short Tlieonick iKirUer, Is now Iwpk ut hU old ' Mtincl In Mr. Kgljort'it read)' to time In the public cdiool property, be- Wednesday. Judge Tllford performed arc beginniuc to farm in earnost. Is If s hlinvv mid litilrcut. Alt the ceremony. Prof. Spencer will touch a class In rIvo ou n GI8D. ginning next week. THE iioeillue work should cull on him. Ho If Dr. James Wesley was quite sick sev- vocal music here beginning this, WedA few days ago, Clarence:Tombs was nuro to please you. (.'rub Orolmrd. !Iy 04 Ve hope he will have a E. Stone nesday night. i KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. hunting in the woods near South Fork, eral days last week. George wlion his doc "treed" a belled .buzzard went to Moreland last Friday. Judge large class and make a success, for wo e a. ra. and i y m Trains leave Stanford at returning il 25 p. in and 'J 03 p. u. in a hollow log. Tho bell was inscrib- W. J. Stone, of Jamestown, was visit believe that he could not find n place ed 'May 1S97." The bird had grown ing his brothers, J. B. and George E. where tho people need to be taught in KHOXVILLE DIVISION. TINNING & PLUMBING, singing worse than here. Lota of us too weak to carry its load on wing, but Stone, here last week. 12 37 p m 24 Train going North No. It Is now almost certain that a bank folks can't even call hogs. STANFORD, 3 13 a m when the burden was removed it sailed " " No. 26 " STANFORD, KY. Bro. Partln was visiting the mem12 10 a ro building will bo erected hero some time " South No. 25 " as ever. N no'.r pre mi'l to do nil kind of I'liimlilug " 27 p m away as gracefully " No. 23 " mill Tinning. Sole proprietor of Dcnu' Mack Singleton and family have this year. It is proposed to build it two bers of his church here a few days ago For alllPolnts. Illuek Dlumotul Hoof 1'iiliit. Telephone No. moved from Moreland to the Lilburn stories high and have a Masonic hall and urging them to arouse and be do20, residence KO'JMI TICKETS SOLD. Shop on Mill St . oppMto J. on the second Moor. It will be of brick ing something for tho cause of Christ. II. lliuiKhmntiAOo.S Mill HAGGAGE CHECKED THHOUOH. Johnson farm near Olive church In the Louisvlllo, Ky Mr. and Mrs. Win. Moser were on a For any Information enquire of Southern part of the county. A little and an expensive structure. A number of peoplo have been tempt visit to relatives in this vicinity. Iia AMERICANS EUROPEAN JOE S. MCE, Agent, child of George Wilcher is dangerous Stanford, Kjr, ly 111 with pneumonia. Mr. Gooch's ing the unsuspecting trout during the Gooch who has been In bad health for 'Denier III family have about recovered from their recent pretty weather. Fishing is a some lima is now confined to his bed HOCINCI NATI. FRANKFOR The Ladies Kcstaurant h the finest in specific for spring fever. Let any one most all time and is gradually going several attacks of disease and gratitude VIA OEOHOETOWN. Mr. Henry the city. Every convenience for indies nfillcted with the malady resort to this down with consumption. fills their hearts. M. M A. P. X. M. . it. for Il- spending thed.ty in the city. d Order Oilloe mul Peed Pxchnnce nenr 2100 Arl255 I.ve. Somerset, 35 Genlluiu-n'A fellow clalmine to be a "saint" and treatment instead of writing spring Stephens will leave Cnfc on olllco floor. 8 20 " 11 31 3 15 Jet. City, Crmtii, Depot M Mnnfurtl. Ivy. doc- poems. It is better to persecute fish linois and here's hoping that he may 630 preaching for the "saints," whose 4 50 05 Arr Georgetown, Lt 9R5 Coal Van). Mill St Intel J II. IIIuk-IiiTHOMAS A. MULLIGAN, " Kranklort, do well and make dead loads of money. 1155 .20 Stum). Satisfaction Guaranteed "6 80 3 00 trine, according to his exegesis, dis- than humanity. Jnu o Manager. The youug lad'e aits preparing for 5 30 penses with all necessity of a visible 8 40 .10 Arr Paris TI CKETSOK THE LAUNCHING. Music - Tiim hv, Tliurvhy .vrl Sundny Dally except Sunday. church, has been preaching (?) at South some kind of an affair to come oil about C. D.DERCAW.G. P. A Evening. On account of tho launching of the Fork recently. His strange doctrine the 1st of April, lt is to ue called an MHS U. D SIMPSON, Pror. QUEEN & CRESCENT. did not "take" with the intelligent peo "Old Maid's Convention," I believe. battleship Kentucky at Newport New?, How Are Your Kidneys? Lancaster, t Kentucky. Trains pass Junction City as follows" plo of that section. One family, how Where the old maids are to come from Va., Thursday, March 21th at 10 a. m., 3 51 p in 12 02 p ru No. 2 North No. 1 South But I do know that thev tho Chesapeake & Ohio Ky., will sell - I don't know. 8 21 am ever, who had previously heard and era12 02 am No. 3 " "4 " Newly furnished, clean beds; npiciuUd OR. HOBBS 132pm braced the heresy In tho State of Indi- are scarce in this town and are likely to round trip tickets from Lexington, No. 5 " 1131am " 6 " Porters table. Evuythlng GOO am 8 20pm No. 9 " "10 " be scarcer shortly from the way some Winchester and Mt. Sterling (and cor69 truinK. SPARAGUS KIDNEY meet No and 2 do not stop. 9 find 10 run no further ana, swallowed the "stutl" and proof the young men are living up to Ten- respondingly low rules from all Centhan Junction City. nounced it "good." Mrs. Louvenia Lyons, mother of our nyson's rule: Tliat In tho spring a tral Kentucky towns) at $12 for both neighbor, Ean Lyons, died after a long young man's fancy lightly turns to trains of Tuesday, March 22nd. Tick lllTirtStOTIKIlllXDSOr Opportunity Your Life Royal makes the food pure, ets will be good seven days from date illness at the home of her son on the thoughts of love. wholesome and delicious. The favorable weather of tho last few of sale. Trains leave Lexington at 22a, at the advanced age or i years. A flrt-cliSo Imrrol lloutiiir rtiv iiobm Mill "Itli Klevutor, tine ItevlduHce unil t'k She was burled in the Ilustonville days has been utilized by the owners of 11:25 A. M., and S:50 I. M., and arrive sugar at Newport News 11 A. M. and 5:50 l. It! l.it.".,,r,,T.",,"m' "nrUnrhe. Sriirul' of wheal ami corn for halo. Mill ruitiilujc Cemetery nfter appropriate ceremonies sugar trees, and "home-made- " Troublr.. full time mul llHlng of euilro mit jml Ht has been coming to town in chunks: M. next dny. Berth rate $3,50 through fcliUWcr.:nJ,.OT: KtitNfnctorv price. The plant hhotilil conducted by Undertaker Sutton, of "I hare twn nufferlnir with kldnrr trouble, wen to Ui appreciated III be oh! ut a pain In and loin for fteveral xcar Stanford. Deceased was born in Lee and maple syrup luscious beyond the for double berth. Send.ln yournumcs and afterray back one box 111 health forve tne to null the of fondest dreams of Epicurus is to be hud to undersigned at once for sleeping car ner IM1U taking I am entirely Hjaracui Kid.I Imrpaln builiM-.- -. iiilUIn Cull on or county, Va., but moved to Kentucky Teriit eu can uajr recovered. space. George W. Barney, D. P. A., think your Siarairu Kidney IMI1 Uone of the nddrt-- .. l' C VANAKSIWI.P. while yet a girl where she married at the grocers. jrreatet kidney remedie of the ace. and it Uiittomllle. Speaking of maple syrup, I was read- C. .fc O., Ry., Lexington, Ky. Civet me ercat pleasure to recommend It." Samuel Lyous, who preceded her to W ill II. IlKMMKrr, I'rotoect, Ky. ing Charles Lamb's famous "Dissertathe grave several years. Two Children The Southern Baptist Convention, "TliepllU yon refer to uere for Mr. Mar. blessed tho union Evan Lyons and tion Upon Roast Pig" the other day, Norfolk, Va., May r.rmin, myutfe. They haTe cured her, Tickets on salo V'arel he and It struck me that it must have been ind hasftomoof the pill left. We cannot Mrs. Robert Barnett, who still live in via the Queen & Crescent Route at thu I'lTi""100 hlebXy oi your SP4'!?1" Kidney invented since the days of Lamb. Sure this county. rate of one farejfor round trip from all Willis Griffin, Mt. Vernon, Ky. The parties who broke out the win- ly If he had once tasted of the glories H)lnts on its line to Norfolk on account of maple syrup, he could never have dows in Campbell McKInney's house a of the Southern Baptist Convention, POWDER few nights ago tire believed to have prostituted his genius to write as he did which meets at that point May Absolutely Pure done the dirty deed simply because Mr. of an uncouth and indigestible porker. Dates of sales May 2nd to (1th, good to McKlnney Is an avowed opposer of the return It) days after date of sale. The LAND AND STOCK. Kidney Pills. whisky business here. He had moved most attractive route to Norfolk is via a few days befrom his property only ROYM. YORK. OP BROOKLYN. PO0CR CO., HM.K AT R. L. Hubble sold to an Indiana par- the Queen S: Crescent Route. fore, taking the precaution to nail ty four jacks for $900. "I shall continue to dojfmy duty, planks over his windows for their proF. P. Bishop bought in the West End A. S. PRICE, Caledonian : STANPOIII) ICY . which is to guard American Interests." tection. On the night of the depreda- a bunch of shoats at 2 to 3c. Fltzhugh Lee. Surgeon tion four young men are said to have James Dudderar bought of W. A. Co., Scotland. The bill Increasing the army by tho Dentist, b;en seen by dltlerent parties going on Hall a family horse for $100. horse-bacpropof two regiments was passed In the direction of the I'OUNDlfD 1HOG. Five sheep came to my place about addition Stanford, Ky. bv the House. erty. McKinney says four horses had Dec. 1. Win. Beck, Stanford. tut. Office over Mcltoberts' Drug Store In theKOwsley bien hitched to his fence near the John Smith sold to Robinson, of GarY, B. Hullding. rmn mi house and circumstances seem to point rard, a bunch of heifers ut 3ic. YOUNG MEN WANTED. '5 STAN POM), KY. to the guilty. Any young man with ambition to work and D. W. Vandeveer sold to J. II. learn a useful trade at Last Saturdav afternoon at about the Buughman & Co. his crop of wheat at employment any time homeIn Klrini; the 1' wanted DF-and ny place, to learn Sign I'alntltiif trade by mall Write for I'ENETKATES hour when most people are usually In 92Jc. particular term", Ac l.uralne auawLeu, 1M.1 town, three men came up Main Street B. H. Dalton sold at Richmond Mon ashlngton Are , St Lout,, Mo. 2 EIGHT GREAT STATES from tho direction of the "corner," one day 40 steers nnd heifers at 5c for the UndortQlcor, - of whom was too drunk to walk alone former and 3c for the latter. .Kentucky ICentiickr. Tenne.ee, Virginia. Georgia. fJustonvillo. DR. R. M. North and South Carolina. and was held up and forced along at the Joseph Evans sold to Gay Brothers, AlatmtMa, Mississippi. Offers his st'rvlre to the upl of West Uncoln will of his companions. When almost of Woodford county, a by and Casey counties lull stuik o( CoUiusand Cask, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & taalwavsou hand. George.'"OcnNl. : "Stanford, : Ky, In front of Hummelsteln's store a halt Highland Denmark, for 9 D. 8. Carpenter. Manager. OlSce on Lancaster street at Residence. SURGEON, was made some parleying the town Times. The cotton crop thus far marketed poor fellow was placed upon his horse, - - Kentucky. from which he fell a few minutes lntert exceeds by 933,000 bales the banner Stanford, Hctueen IahiNOIIc mid the South. C. Olllre ovur Illln & MflClnnry'n Store. his foot hanging in the stirrups, and year of 1S95, when the movement was ,9,901,000 bales. frightening the animal, which was Jn dc Liin'. THREE DAILY TRAINS The The Paris fair grounds, which have Dars saved from a dash only by the interferEach way between houMilloiind Lexington. ence of several men who stood near. been used for exhibitions slntje 1S41, HOt'ND TO SELL. W. A. TtJUIC. 0. P A.. All tho,,. Oliver Plow. After a brief wallow in the street, the will be sold nnd there will be no fair All tlioso Clover Seed, Washington. I). C. Stanford, Ky., W. II. TAYLOK. A. O. P. A. man was again set upon his frisky ani there this year. All those seed -- ower. ItOuNvllle, Ky. Only 200 cattle on the Paris market All tlioe ll'irnoss, mal, and again ho fell from his lofty m. el perch. His companions then loaded Monday, with prices on from last court All those good, Itiinire. And Is Receiving IiIh All those cheap nultus of Punillliru, day, best bringing 4. 100 mules ofler- All vou people remember me him into a wagon, from which he next Bank&Trust Co Farmers I) S CAKI'K.Vmt. llnstoiivllle. Goods. fell into the street where he was allow- ed but few sold at W0 to $100. says that Lyon & Allen, The Climax or stan roup, ky. ed to lay for n few minutes. Then the Goods Warranted. job was renewed and after considerable of Lincoln, bought 75 cattle at Rich5200,000 OC Paid up Capital, Kit Guaranteed. mond Monday at 5c and sold them ut effort the man, who Is said to be a Gas:, Copper Still and Fixtures. 17,603 80 Surplu:, once at 0!, making 815 profit. Give Him a Call. "gentleman when not in his cups," was will vll publ t'.J. Haley, of Pulaski, bought of In I.Stanford, atKy , nil au. to thf hijlieil bidder lly provisions of its charter, drpjMtors are a finally dumped Into u rough wagon fully protected us are dcsllon in alluual Hanks, . (i. laHiiiM. Joum 11. C'astlkiun, frame and hauled out of town, held in Hon. John Sam Owsley, Sr., a bull calf Ami Dealer in it sliarehoIdrs belnt; liel'l individually liable to place by one of his companions. All for $50, one of Lynn & Wood for $15 Monday, March 14, 1898, tho extent of the amount. f their stock therein at the par value thereof, In addition to the amount In SADDL23EY, SsC. the time this spectacle was going or. la- and one of C. M. Jones for $35. At o'clock, P. i., ono Slnalo Harrel Miot (inn. vested In suib shares It may act as executor. ad R. L. Hubblo bought of W. V. Cur- M'izedfiu llutlalo creek, OnMer county, Ky.. and mlulstrator, trusteo, Ac , as fully as an Individual. dies were passing and attempting on STANFORD. KV. ciiib J.' caliper Wlmheiter Ized on to tluxe who have entrust' 15i hunJs lork, Harlan count, Ky , Itille. V. Colt Cluter edTendering our thanks we trust they v. Ill cuutluut by J. their business to us, tho street where the par.ties were per- ry, of Garrard, a it, I. hi Deputy Collector, ami out) l'ipier Mill Worm and to do no, and we oiler as a Kuarantcefor prompt at forming. Tho show went on until the jack for $175. Ho has named him Black lapcflzodbyj. M Carter, D. C. near O. K.. tentlon toaaiueour OTjear' oxperleiire In bankINSURANCE COMPANY Co.. Kj., ha the end came, as stated above, without off- Diamond and will use him for private Slates 4iid milana WJM been furelled toSee. 3 I'nlled ing and as liberal accommodations as are consistent be as provided by 100 of wilh Kound banking. the ruvlied Mati.tM of lie United Statu. icial interference. Scenes like this are services this year. IIIKRCTOH. OF LIVERPOOL. J..M. OAltTint The Glasgow News says the Mam -- ,. . not new here. Drunkenness and disJ. J. Williams, .Mt. Vernon; Mch..t, Pep. Col Mh ( ol. PNt Ki W. II. Cummins, Preaehersvllle; moth Cave railroad was sold by order order are common occurrences and will J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., THE POPULAR S. II. Shauks, William (iooch, biso long as tho whisky business is al- of court to the highest bidder Monday H J. Kiubry, BURBEE S CaSTLEMSE. J. 1'. Casl , and was bought by Mr. J. Hill Eaken. A W. rarentcr, WWWVPi lowed to exist hero. Notwithstanding J. K. I.vnn, gU cm rut J. '. Meliefee. Tenn., representing the ti MANAdl.IlS, lintnfnW the fact that tho grand jury is making of Nashville, of the road, for $11(1,000. k.i fflUMfkltnilntMH orriOR. stockholders a commendable effort to suppress the B. II. Shanks, rreldent: Commerce Building, Louisville. J. II. Owsley Cashier, Final payments on 24 starters for the disturbances here, no longer buck thun W.M Hrlstit Teller Kentucky Derby have been made and Agents Throughout tho outh. Saturday night, some "rabscallon" was .. MW firing his pistol on the street, and an- announced. Plaudit is the favorite in Wjj 5 rV. FIRST NATIONAL BANK other yelling like a Comanche Indian, the winter book at 3 to 1, with Lieber Karl and Bunnockburn second and AKent, presumably, just to show temperance OK STAN I OIIP, KY. choices. "crauks" what they could do and not third S. Buughman has a - Kentucky. M. Surplus, $15,750 Stanford, Capital Stock S100.000. be arrested for It. Is there no "balm 37H gelding by Naboth and out of a LTurka-wa- y in Gilead," no escape for decent peoplo Attention o( the public Is called to the fact that mare which gives great promise this Is the uuly National Hank In Stanford. Un who live In this town of Mc- der tho iinivlslnns (it tlio National Hank Act as a pacer. He has placed hi in in the depositors arekecurel not only by the capital stwk, VI Kinney? Fi. A. &&ff&.w but by the stockholder' liability lor an miiMiiit hands of Will Owens, the 'KHBt''.' ; "YTi eiiualtli the stock soth.it deosltors of tliislnstllu ZtfftlW." r?: and driver. tloii art) secunsl by a fund ol $.O,0uO. l'lve sorn A London paper says that the drink trainer sUtemellU of tho rnnditionul the Hank are made bill of the United Kingdom in IS'JT is There were 1,200 to 1,500 cattle on CONTEMPLATING A each year lo the United Slate (overiimcnt and lti NEW assets are oxamlued at staled times by gov riimeul Tho Floilda St New Orleans Limited nearly $17,500,000 in excess of that of the market at Richmond Monday and agents, thus security additional and perleet talet. trains of tho Quoon & DESIGN Croscont J' todeiNisitors. the year before and that the averago tho Rcirister says that while tho dc RoutO run through toJackbouvilleaml Tills Institution nriitinally established as the if ' now is 819.12 for each man, woman and inand was siow, they sold at 3 to 5, an on the man ilemgns on our stock of wall posit Hank ol Stauiord In l&Sri, then reorganizedDe New Orleans in iM hours from Liucinnu- a will inako you marvol at of r vt the National f &t aAaS extra lot bringing 5ic Caritherd & imper, of tho conceptions, nnd iIiq tho reoriranliel asHunkFirstStanford In lhG5of andawill) ti. child. beauty tne .National Hank Stanford These fimt trains are of the finest type, of the color Putting In l3- - has ha I pmillrally un uninterrupted oxist During the revenue year ending June Beard bought a number of mules at $10 licttcr s KIIANK J. ItfPIl. V 4. - 4 to 882.50. our nrtistic papers on your walls i.s in re- euceforW yean, lt la luisiiuttis supplied now wltl luxuriously fitted, ami ituinir.b on n perroad-be30, l)s97, the sales of beer and ale IncllltlbS for transacting promptly and lib Wagers & Rico bought 75 hogs at 3 ality decorating thenu Our btvlisli and rrally than over lxfnr In Its long and imtiorahh fect eT a k. ii.ua coy. Wi11lerT0url.it Low round-triamounted to 34,123,091 barrels, a detickets of Individuals, fiduciaries, firm, career. Accounts wall pel at ami 10c feed for tho M WWMfS on bale throughout tho North. w crease of 1,402,999 barrels from cthe to3ic, which they willMcElwalne sold roll, you couldn'tpabuy s,a few5 years ago per acd ludlvldaalssollclteil. for An elegant horvico of Cafe, Parlor, and Juno market. Bales & IIIHICTOUS. w!3njftjt?kjfi&fj?www2 sales In the revenue year 1890. doublo tho price. F. Rcld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Harden, Stanford Obwrvaiion Cars on these trains. Douto Bailey, of Woodford, a harness borso ......1.. ....-..!-- . t. S. II. Haujhmau, " ble daily train bervice. S. T. Harris, " WWWVWTrrWTjrTWWTTTJ William B. Shelvorton, a prominent for $200 and a fancy saddler to a BelW. W. WITHERS, T V. Hill. J. S. Docker, 335U. Mrs. U. II. "Col-yyoung business man of Atlanta, who gium parlj for W. A. Trlbble, W. I' Walton " " Write for Information to W. raised tho premium turkey again Stanford, - - Kontuckv. J.H.CoIlIer.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt Yernrrn Clcu'l Pasa'r Ag't. Cliiulnuiitl,C. HinearbOn, was arrested on the charge of being a O. M, D.KImore, Stanford. this year. It weighed 49 pounds and Bra u eh Store and Send 10 cents for fine Art colored Litho"Peeping Tom," was fine heavily for was a crav bronze gobbler. Richmond Undertaking Outfit at orriCERS. Xtjt tint? w tU ww vtrtft t!ri graph of Lookout Mountain small-pox THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 T- McKINNEY. LIBERTY. WAYNESBURG. n $40 A Month Salary. 1, I spring, 1898 Trees, Jfiants, vines. 'rU' d. s, AO.SNE. U M B 1! a$9 SASH ! Lt? 1 PW oral II More-roo- m JL llf.t-i'ln- AND DOORS, J. "T. Jones, 1 LOUISVILLE' HOTEL 21-- tf NOELcSiSON, . . . i' 1 Coal, Corn And Hay, Ittill-ron- s Mason Hotel firt.t-cla- 1 Wtfs S3t? flUo Weak Rack. of i. te mi BAKING NEW "" 1 A 2. FIRE INSURANCE FHE1VIX PARAGUS Insurance Company Insurance of Penny's Drug Store, k Southern Railway R. MAHON Agt., , W. b. PEinrz', -- er J. T. STJTTOHT. PHGLPS, two-year-o- ld and-afte- r $. Through Sleeping Cars J.G.jVJcCtiAY H. RUFLEY, Trouble Merchant Tailor, Fall Vintcr FUBLIC SALE! ti.-1 mroapvTA&ERi Hilii35S, , two-year-o- bin-coi- n I t m ' ifaib?b '. WWlrTiijfi!fikiirtr. tjttTJtltlftiftJt -' 'l MPS A. THIBBI2fi, IxK-a-l four-year-o- ld J stu-curs- well-know- n -- i'i CO-T- Ofe.sr& yi 24 HOURS WWs Ttl'!!!' 1. m w- x .!.... ..... er ww J his conduct. Climax. I Ilustonville, Ky. J. S. Uockcr, Presldonti J. J, Mcltoberts Casils A. A. McKlnney, AvhtautCashler. manga. and Clilcka- - . A-- s