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LIVINGSTON. 1 HIS CANDIDACY ItKCKIVKD WITH V) Young Price ("lurk, un of William A visit to Llvincston a few days ago JH Win. L. Buford Imtt been appointed I m prossed nn I. HI'.AUTV ltNCONML'MS. Clark. ngeJ lo year, u quite sick of J. reporter with the postmaster at Nleholasvllle A Danville correspondent says that ti'iithfnlnu of the reports that that J. F. Wlthurspoon, ti Mercer county )iioumonia Vory heavy rains foil hura l.i- wook, Gov. McCreary has much the host of town Is rapidly growing and gives distiller, ha aligned with liabilities : I onu ou Friday doing considerable dam- - the Congressional race as it now stands, promise of being ono of the biggest of MR.OOO. I, amounting to a walk over. Thi country is full of Diplomas and we ee tlicni every day. Thoy and best towns In the mountains. The ago by washing out sloping soil. A disputcli s.iys that William Hold show their sound and unquestioned judgment by lV Gov. McCroary's many friends In L. ifc N. Railroad Co. Is "struck" on ?(1.000 hotel at Ac Co., nru building u Jailor Hos now has II prisoners but 3 will be relieved of several of thorn this county are coutldent ho will secure tne place and will leave nothing unLivingston. l, ON FOR SH09S-the nomination and be triumphantly done to promote Its Interosts, having of when circuit court finally ndjourns. The pension of Knthnm Tarrant, OurSpiiug line Is complete nnd we are Milling them fast Mrs. James Smith died on Saturday elected. Mt. Vernon Signal. considerable Interest there Itself. I Liberty, has been Increased from $S to Tho Shclbyvllle Sentinel, which Is The frame work of the new depot is ut her homo on Boone's Crook of pneu- 81.! n mocth V Two obstlnato Madison county oiti-- ' inotilit. The roinalns woru buricil In for Gilbert, says It can not bo denied nbout completed and when the building : Just ns soon .i we whip Spain, we will M?e to that toll gale question. ens huu paid 2f0 costs In n suit over Lanuaster Cotnotery on Sunday ut 10 that the Madl&on county statesman is turned over to tne company it will will be a dangerous factor in the race. be "a thing of beauty." but It will not o'clock. u measly ?15 calf. Tho eighth is an extremely doubtful prove "a joy forever" to the dispatchMrs. H L. Elkln diovo n sorrel horse J.T.Jones, tho wonderful London with the Charles. w ith a while face and four white feet to district, but Got . McCreary has never ers who will occupy It. for It is like pitcher, has signed The Lead ngShoe nnd Furnishing House, DANVILLE, KY. Danville last wook, and drove a dark failed to carry it. It would probably pulling eye teeth for them to leave il ton, s. C, team. bo tho part of wisdom for the demo- Stanford. It is located about 200 yards . ! .j v7'' Jack Cruol, well known here and at bay, without a whlto ha'r, back home. Dativlllo, whoro ho wont to College, I If a man hnd done that, we all know crats of the Cighth to concede him a from the old depot, is three stories nomination. -- Oweiisboro high, very modern In structure and unanimous what would have boon said. dead In Louisville. Messenger. will be by far the prettiest depot on .eke Royston, Frank Sandlfer, Prank Mrs. II. C. Mills, wife of the Gov. McCreary's record In Congress tho K. D. llvo hero, died a White and Me. Adams, all colored, who used to Not far from this, William Fields, a wore sont to jail from Lowell on Satur- Is sutliclent evidence of his ability and Midway last week. tho little son of William day by Squire Parson, somo of thorn is ample justification for tho nsscrtlon Lincoln county man, but who yet holds llobort, Chappcll. formerly of this county, died being required to sorve 10 days for J that thcdlstrlet will bo represented by a lot of property at Livingston, Is buildq Spr-.r.s- . XV-- -.. 1358. a capable and experienced man If ho ing a three-stordisturbing religious worship. hotel which will con. ut East Bornstndt last week. should bo nominated and elected. tain 23 or .'10 rooms and which will maA screw, an Inch and a quarter Jong, Tho temperance people of Richmond terially help tho appearance of the r cii u.r cr.c-i:- 2 petitioned tho county court to hold a was taken from the side of Hanry Boaz- - Danvlllo Advocate. Is a fuct that Mr. McCreary made town. It C ". j3 3 ley, who was shot by John Kersey. Dr. m 3. io 'cvu www 7. C p CC, local option election Juno 11. 1 Adjoining this hotel Master of Trains CI il 1 W. II. Jackson, of Borotng, Herring says that he may recover, If one of the best governors Kontucky Mrs. Kr-.- e SoT-lc-.- a or 3"ir -'-.c..dooT-r.c ur.'.tsrcr. c Laurel county, died last week, leaving he does not tiud harrow teeth or pot over had: and as a member of Congress B. N. Roller has bought a pretty lot , r W W wWwWw.. w. .1 hooks. It will be remembered that tho ho was noted for his Industry, energy and will build a resldonce. Dispatcher W.WW . u husband and live children. Read his card, he J. A. Mudd bus an option on a lot close and promptness. i Richmond, weaj)on used was an old miieket. Raw G. W. Young, of C." w.c -. vc ocn. niclcE "us'-- tr ,j n5C.C 'CI Miss Alberta Anderson Is home from strikes from tho shoulder out and to Mr. Roller's and will build on it if proH)scs that tho U. S. free Cuba and cXzzc-.- z x. Kcvc to crscr. cj Scn-.-ple- o. school at Richmond, on account of states his position without equivoca- he buys. Chief Shondun Is not homestead tho Nogrooa there. Han odsburir Saj- in love there to buy property, In that city. dipt. Louis tion or evasion. London may bo a ltttlo Into out she small-poIngs. 'I - M er but If Livingston grows on a person like all tho samu." She has Landrail), editor Control Record, has "gets thoro McCreary needs no Introduction Mr. gone to Washington City to look after the inhabitants say, he may do so soon. just ordurud a wholesale vaccination. to our readers, having sorvod several Three hotels uod a dozen or so boardLoo Klrkland's barn In Mercer was some business In the Senate. Mrs. tonus In Congress, thus making both set on tin by his feeble minded son Goo. T. Farrls has boon 111 for several a State and national reputation. If ing houses do a good business and some 12 or 13 stores are kept busy from curly of Jl.OOO. days. Mrs. John Lackey is convalesand It burned causing a lo Mr McCreary should be the choice .1 till late. W. R. Dillloti, who ran a free and State authorities cent of pneumonia. Tho federal of his party for this olllco tho demo I, hotel nt Dllllon's Switch for years, now Circuit court convened again on Friwill act In conjunction In suppressing yy crats of the Fighth district can rest as- enjoys a good businoss in epidemic In Mlddlesboro day morning and adjourned until today, the boom the small-poi sured that he will not be the hindmost At Ulokors; Kidder, Wayne county. Monday. There U but little work to bo man nt the November olcctlon. Jessa- town of Rockcastle. Ho Is forced to : : charge now, but his rates are so David V. Noo, and Waterloo. Pulaski, done. Whlttakor, who killed his stept I his boarders hardly miss the appointed lOntmab-ter- father, Grady, has been Indicted for mine Journal. A. L. Woddlo, wore (I, i In Congress Go" McCreary was a change. My Heady Made Stock will contain the choice thing of the season murder and his trial Is sot for U'odnos-day- . and his sericos on the Interand I will be able to fu hish suits in Men's Sizes from 53 to 515. A m. Mr. Joe S. Haselden, of this city, leador, Will Walker, a Rockcastle convict, W.J. Sparks is one of the busiest purely stealing, who escaped from and J. A. White, colored, of Richmond, national bimetallic commission famil- men In the mountains and is making In for hors was captured at wore admitted to the bar, and Mr. J. I. iarised him with every phase of the money hand over list. He has an Inthe iKjnltyntlary, curreticy question. He was for inter- terest in two stores, runs two stone Georgetown. Hamilton will be admitted this week. Arrangement have beeu iwrfectod national bimetallism us long n& he had crushers, buys cross ties by the thouIn a fight at Hurra bJtwwn Laonani sv I Malcatoand John Vnnwlnklo, the with deputies to Increase tho member- hopes of an international agreement, sand and makes a "hand and a half" In 9 skull wiw crushed by a blow with ship of the Knights of ihu Maccabees but when he became convinced that the stores. He, with his partners, Is ( l( Hoys' Suits from 75c to J7.50. such hopes were delusive ho took his building an immense sjMjko. e u wagon In Kentucky to J.OOO, which number Is in the democracy J. W. Zarlng, of Richmond, has tnk-o- n roquisltu to tho organization of a Groat stnnd with coinage of for the free and heart of town and will move the stock Tailor-Mad- e silver at the ratio fom the store near no nourishment except storllllifd Camp In the Statu. Messrs. Joe F. unlimited the depot to It In a of 1(1 to Independent of the action of few weeks. milk during the pu-- t two years. Ho Waists and M. D. Hughos will have CI time. charge of Southern and Citatum Ken- any other nation. Ho has repeatedly Capts. J. B. Douglas and J. C. El. has gained 12 lniunds during that ': Fit L'liarantet'd or no sale. Men's Suits frim f 10 to 30 Knee Pants : his district when It was repub- more, who P. .1. Campbell, proprietor of Rock tucky and will travel together, a soon carried to run tho "short dog" lican ami if nominated will carry It ft Suits to measure. between Corbin and Jelllco, now run a Cattle Springs, will run his hacks to as the health of tho former is recover-oI- . ; is of LonThe Order Is growing rapidly In again. Tho district close us at pres- fast freight from the latter place to moot trains nt Somerset Ml ent organised, the democratic majority Livingston. Mr. Elmore says don as heretofore. An ellort Is being all the Suites and numbers oor :tU0,000 that 9 not exceeding 100. There will be three small-po.: is not dying out in Jollico, as made to build a telephone line between strong. lield, and i Sim H. Arnold, son of T. M. Arnold, or more candidates in the reported, but Is spreading and that ho tho Springs and Pulaski's Capital. harmony should prevail, because with- will move his family, Ash-IcWho want yet to wear knee pants suits and can't find them in rfady-mad- e Ill died at tho homo of his father near Deputy United Status Marshal probably to Liv:' tho nominee uould not win. - Lou- ingston, goods now iiave an opportunity never ottered them. I am now Owens made a successful raid near Marksbury on Saturday night of con- out it this week. isville Dispatch. taking iuenurei and making hort pants suit for io and long pants county, and George D. Pope, who has taken the gestion of the brain In the "il'th year of Big Hill, Rockcastle Gov. McCreary Is easily the strong- INTEIUOK JoCKXAl. suits for 10. Look at our sample. William HosO and his moonshine his ago. The remains will be buried years, is Ro-- o :(! has been operating In that in Laucaster Cemetery today, Monday, est man In tho district and nothing making money out of his boarding still. Iclnlty for years, ulways avoiding ar- at II o'clock. Ho began to siilTor on seems more certain thin that he will house, while II. W. Rice, another good rfiii Several shots Wednesday afternoon and thoro was no be nominated. Ho was a member of subscriber nnd man, Is rest until lift week no one was hit. relief until death came and claimed the the International Monetary Commis- growing rich In tho same business. L. Mere exchanged, but n sion, representing, with Senator Alli- A. Pettus, formerly of Crab Rose was Immediately taken to Coving-,o- spirit of tho noblu young num. Ho was Orchard, unmarried, a member of tho Methodist son and Prof. Andrews, this country In has almost a monopoly In the drug line of that conference and ought to do well. J. Thomas Terchurch and was a typo of noblu man- the deliberations MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. hold at Brussels. Ho was for years a ry, Lincoln's hood. Doing connected with a largo enjoys a cood lied-ricof the foreign atlalrs commitReuben Johnson unil Miss Katlu trade In the grocery and butcher busiand Intlueutlal family ho had a host of member d lower House of Congress, ness and is popular young people, were rapidly catching on to city warm friends, who were attracted by tee of the and when the democrats controlled the ways. London last week. h at Cotlcy says he is getting his noble traits of character. body, chairman of the committee. Tho Mrs. Frances Hodgson Hurnett, tho Since several candidates have fallen tunes are critical and thoy demand pooror, but nobody believes it. It Is the novelist, tiled suit for divorce from hii Into line for the contest for tho demo- safe, conservative and experienced general opinion that ho has a strong box III which he storus nil of tlm husband, Dr. Swan M. Hurnett. cratic nomination for Congress In tho objections to her marrjing Eighth district, there Is much comment men to guide the ship through the big bills he gets. There were two hops Parental troubled waters that seem to Ho just caused an Illinois girl to commit sui- as to the prospect and tho availability before us. Gov. McCreary Is the can- In town Saturday night and it will be! seen that Livingston is us lively social cide. Herdath drove, her lover of the several candidate-- , it looks didate of no one Interest, represents no will be a candidate trom prejudice, soeks no sellish end, but in ly as she Is from n business standpoint there Frank Elktu, a L Porie, lnd., youth nearly every county In the district and, E. C. W. response to the demands made upon of his sweecouldn't stand the thought of eourso, ditTercnt claims are urged; him by the democrats of tho district TICKETS FOli THE LAUNCHING theart marrying and accordingly ended but the claim which should be regardhis troubles by shooting what brains ed as paramount to all others, is the who desire a man who can redeem it On account of the launching of the from republicanism and represent It he had out. ability to win and tudeeui the district. worthily, he submits his candidacy as battloshlp Kentucky nt Newport News, Walter Pullman, one of the iwluns Kvery true democrat should ask the a democrat, who can redeem the dis- Va.. Thursday, March LMth at lu a. M., of tho late imlaco car magnate, wa question can he bout any republican trict, to democrats who demaud that it the Chesapeake fc Ohio Ily., will sell West married to Miss Loulso JLuwlr at tho iwlle? If he can not. ho should .round trip tickets from Lexington, at San Francisco uftor a very short ac- not bo nominated, no dtrtoreuce how be redeomed- Richmond Register. Winchester and Mt. Sterling (and corquaintance. competent lie Is. Personal preference CHURCH CHATTER. respondingly low rates from all CenMary Zlmmorson, after '2 jears should be Mrs. discarded and territorial Kontucky townsj at $12 for both A little boy prayed: "Lord, please tral of conjugal life with David Zimmer- claims should bo ignored in making the trains of Tuesday, March l'2nd. Tickhim man, was granted u divorce from make mo gooderer and goodorer, till I nomination, unless the ability to win ets will be good evon days from date at Nicholas vlllo. Thoy have a largo rests whore tho claims are niado. ex- can't get no more uooderer." Kev. James Hedges, a pioneer Baptist of sale. Trains leave Lexington at family of children. Gooding has been gratit-cil- u perience has taught that It is tinwlso to preacher, who had boon in the ministry ll:2o A. M., and S:50 p. m., and arrive Mrs. Mattla bo lud astray by county and porsoiial at Newport News 11 a. m. and ,'j:30 p. divorce from considerations. It should bo remem for 00 years, died at Lawrenceburg last M. next day. Berth rate $3.o0 through Have the most approved A. P. Gooding, of Maysllok, her cost bered that the district is uncomfortably week. for double uerin. aonii In your names and At his requost this Inscription will In tho case, S7. per month alln.ony " I A ciiuu. close, oven with Jackson county out. be placed on the tombstone of an old to undersigned ac once for sleeping car. . C.J f custody of horsovon-yoar-oli- l the Three factious will outer Into the race, George W. Barney, D. P. A., ; AX ( I I J Charles McDowell, a jockoy, and which will draw largely from tho dem- soldier of the cross, who preached for C.Dace. Ry., " A: O., Lcxinjrton. Ky. ' Parrls, were, man led at ocratic ranks .10 years and died the othor day at Miss : tho National HuntlnL'toti, W. Va.: "Here lies John David J. Nook's Thursday night. Tho democrats, tho prohibitionists and tho , e Tho appropriation bill, as And Heat Line of Perfumes. So.ip and Tolut Article-- on tho Market. Wesley Webb, a linn oellever In Jesus agreed on by the House groom Is originally a Philadelphia!!, populist. How far they will oflcct the committee on whllethebrldoisa popular East End voto depends largely on the man who is Christ, tho Methodist Episcopal church s and last week, democracy." lady. , If ho is conservative and and Jctlersoniun carries an aggregate of more than Hallou, of Ilollenwood, lenn., nominated. John James White, of GrnysvUle, lnd., 8100,000,000. It provides that abuslvo tho opposition will not bo the .. wi.iiiwup T.S years old and with seven not stole u hog from a neighbor but got so great from these factions. general may consolidate tho children, was married at and returned it. Ihlng nshamod of himself e at Brooklyn with tho that State, to Mrs. Roso Craig, John Patterson built a temporary Tho neighbor then confossed to having City uud that third-clas- s who has tho sau o the samo ago and hoiibO In Mercer over a bl; rock and on taken White's chickens and weeping mall matter shall not be returned number of children. over their sins together they went to to sender or rcmallcd until postage has murrmyu St. Patrick's day mado-- bijj lire in It. night and professed relig- been fully prepaid. For The quickest courtsliip aim rural free deWorth, Thin warmed up the siialco.s and It Is church thai on record occurred at Fort ion. 17 oamo out in honor ol said that livery, SloO.OOO N appropriated. tho J- - waaea, oi Texas, tho other day. II. Tho Louisville Crlticsays: There is 17th. For the first timo in 57 years the Ainurllln, that State, met Miss Grace a suspicion In well Informed quarters Kentucky Association will fall Tlios. 13. Voutsoy, to hold of tho tho cattle conGraves, of Galnsvllle, at that Dr. Eaton wants to drive Dr. than 10 minutes First Nutiouul Dank of Newport, was Whltsltt from tho control of tho Bap- a spring meeting. Upon tho advice of vention ftndin less breeders and us tho result of tho defeat eyes on each found guilty on' 110 of tho IV2 counts ho can take his of tho from tho timo thoy set against him for misappropriating batik tist Seminary, so that raciug bill and conflict of dates, was accepthe w you can oltain one of those Hast rs free of Call nt mv ftoie and we will explain other, Mr. Isaacs proposed, place. This new breach of the peace Munager Davidson declares tho thoy funds. meetroast is ic solved through tho ju ce wlilo cookinS. to Intluonco ing less than two honrs The ed, and In cuurira has been timed so us to ut Lexington oil'. It Is estimated that the output of gold tho Baptist convention, try They aro which will bo were miulo man and wife. wondering In tho Klondike during the year ueors will train his string Ut kit will held somo timo within tho next few doubtless this moment both Louisville this aptiug. reach 33,000,000. months, to depose Dr. Whltsltt. such foolb. what made them act i -t I DIPLOMACY US I j. SCHLLJNG 1 GET YOUR SPRING HAT OF US ' I CALDWELL & LANIER, .:: i shoe-mak- er GLOBE SPECIAL DISPATCH. " y i I m tf m "c.'c. ct C -- WW V S,--,- ,.., m V o'-.oc- o; t--c-j, S"-t.- sulli-clent- ly ,c !-.-- .c x s- - x low-th- Clothing ! I 5' f s. for-mcr- 's I t v' An All Wool Suit, $5,1 Goods to Measure, store-hous- 1 ii ii-- ed Iti-to- ad x The Overgrown Boys H. y cap-Hire- d 20-od- d ln J. MoROBERTS. I I i' V k, Cherokee Corn Planter, Tornado Disc Harrow. mur-rlo- Jo.-ep- nu-n- 1 now-lik- e i FOR SALE BY U. D. BRIGHT. Keep Your Skin Soft. m -- Graig 8 Rocker J If d I 'n d ' j f" J V O, ft post-olllc- J post-otlic- post-road- The Cylinder I! post-mast- er Farm-ingto- n, post-olllc- New-Yor- k post-olllc- e, u cr Basting and Baking Pan. You can save Both Time and Trouble. I MARK HARDIN. i .K. -4 tk - aait Ua A V. Let Danks repair that watch. has taken charge of tho .. surveyor of tho port at LouisSpectacles fitted by Danks the jewComes The To THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ville and old man Alforil is hunting for HORRIBLY MANGLED. eler. a job. Democrats generally arc shedding no W. H. Carson's transfer. Al- - MISS MAKY VANARSDALE, OF SHHL1IY harness Stanford. Ky., Mar 22. 1S9S ford is tears over this his appointCITY, GROUND TO PIECES. an imbecile and nt low prices at U. D. Brlght's. News came here at noon Saturday of ment very properly threw Mr. Caruth Attention Fishermen A full and tho killing an hour beforeof Miss Mary out of Congress. V. P. WALTON. Vannrsdalc, of Shelby City, by a North-boun- d complete line at W. B. McRoborts'. freight train on the L. fe N. She POLITICAL POINTS, For Rent. Warehouse back of We arc authorized to announce was with a fishing party and wuson the I);'nying llio Richest and most Stylish creation of new -The governor vetoed the bill to pro- Knob Lick bridge, when the train came Wurron" Slinnlrw" .1 - Mmi)iv I Rrv " I'",; hibit contracts to specify payment in along. Garden seeds In bulk nnd package, Of MuilUon Count v. a candld'Ue for gold. That morning Mary VanArsdalo , great variety. Higglns it McKlnnoy. In the Eighth Conprelonnl The Winchester papers are booming daughter of tho late William VanArs-daleof Kentucky, subject to the action of tho , J. E. Garner for Congress in democratic party. Hldll grade gents' solid cold watcher Claude Becker, stepson of A. N. tho 10th. cheap for next five days. Danks, the Wells, Linnle Owens. Katie Hood and Spain has read tho handwriting on The pops, nominated Thoma K. Wat- Kd Hunn, of Shelby City, went fishing jeweler. Every day adds beauty nnd cicruiee to our departments and our Stoct look nnto the wall that Cuba must be free and has son for governor of Georgia, notwith- and when the rain came started to tho inviting thnn ever before EciGS for hatching, barred Plymoth suspended hostilities for the purpose of standing his declination little shed at Givens' station for shel- Rocks, as good as tho country affords. The governor approved the bill givj seeking a conference with President ter. Tho three last named were In II. .1. .Miltiih.i-tMasso and Gen. Gome, to urge an au-- j ing the postal telegraph tho right to front and had gotten nearly across the which proposi- parallel other telegraph lines along tonomic proposition, Lap ROME lost between Stanford and railroad brldgo over Knob Lick, but tion includes tho disarmament and dis roads. tho middle of Crab Orchard, Saturday afternoon. Rewere about Congressman Bailey, of Texas, is tho two former banding of the volunteers, the grant it when they saw local freight No. 2$ turn to Joe McCluru. Crab Orchard Ine to Cuba of the risiht to conclude sure that the next House will be demo- coming round the curve not far distant. Gentlemen! You should examine commercial treaties without Spanish cratic, so has announced his candidacy VnnArsdalo was badly frightened our Miss line of spring clothes. Style, qualinterference, the payment by Cuba to for speaker. hefooting fell, but her The House committee on naval af- and losing her Claude Baker, helped ity and fit tho best. Severance it Sons. Spain of an anuual tributeof 82.000,000, Wo have done wonders for thousands of people In the p:t, who have Mlteii adroic companion, and a pledge on the part of Spain that fairs voted to recommend tho construe with renewed enerher up and tried to get her over, when The nttention of the ladles, especial- vantage of our gie.it oflering'4 and now we c line to tho front no insurgent shall be shot or imprison- t oa of six new torpedo boats and six she fell again. Notwithstanding tho ly those of tho Crab Orchard section, is gies to give you more good for your money than any home in this country. ed or sent out of Cuba. It is evident new torpedo boat destroyers close approach of the train the boy called to tho advertisement of Mrs. that Spain Is anxious to do something The president has appointed Judson tried with all his power to get her out Kitty King's millinery. She has jutt that will not look like she was forced to Lyons, the Negro National Committee of danger but failed and the girl wns returned from the markets and has of the dolt, but those who are acquainted man from Georgia, to bo register literally ground to pieces, both hands bought a stock from which the most faswith the leaders say that the propost- - treasury, vice Uruce deceased nnd feet being torn off and fearful gash- tidious could be suited. Give her a Hon. Blanche K. Bruce, colored, tion will not for a moment be consideres on her head and body. Baker does- call. ed. War preparations in this country register of the treasury, former United n't know whether ho jumped or was ;sew dross goods. Latet creations. IMain and fancy wnnvr-- . are going on with continued energy States Senator from Mississippi, and a knocked from the bridge, but any how "THE small pox situation at Middles, New Emhioideriu!. and while it is still thought that hostil- leader of his race, died In Washington. tin i imriH' urnumled- about his head boro is not near so bad as the newspa ..... New Laces, Valenciennes Oriental, Torchon Aa Gov. Bradley signed tho osteopath lw ID ities will be averted, this government and neck and it Is believed is hurt in- pcrs report," said Mr. P. E. Kemp, New whltogood IMain and Nniisools. to declare bill, the State board of health having, is determined that if she has ternally. A piece of the dead girl's who came down from there yesterday New Tab'e Linens nnd Napkins Ac. condition to make her it is said, agreed to examine the new war it will be in dress was found In his hands when he to take his wife and children home. New line of .'adies' dros skirts. ItigRit variety. blow quick and decisive. The report scientists only on physiology anil anat was picked up unconscious. Ed Hunn "Tho disease is confined to the lower New tnmp9d Linen- - pulling at city price. of the board of inquiry as to tho cause omy. who was with the other girls probably class of Negroos and every precaution New line uf of the destruction of the Maine has not j There will bo no river and harbor saved their lives by hurrying them ov- is taken to prevent it from spreading." New line of fnncy and plain hoo session, as there been made public, but it Is settled that appropriation at this bridge. Engineer Samuol it was not from an internal explosion. would oe small prospect 01 passing a er the thinks that his engine did not The Injunction suit of Arnold vs. New spring footwear, for nil, of any tylo ou wani New tindoMvear, to soil cheap. bill which would be generally accepthit the poor girl but that the fourth Crane, from Boyle, wns tried here SatJohn-- TV Whitk uses un 12 columns able. New line of the latent style iwrcnle. nnd oallpou. car from it mangled her. No blood was urday, by agreement before Judge of the London Kentuckian to prove that ine senate committee uceiueu 10 re- - found on the engine or throe front cars. sauncy, who granted me piatntui an New line f Neckwear. Senator Deboe is a congenital liar, us port favorably Senator Hoar's constiNew line of Men s Shirt. Nesligoo. White null Oxford?, against a further destrucif such performance was necessary. tutional amendment, changing inaugu- After the frightful accident Baker was injunction New line of Hoys' ami Youth'- - CIoiIiIhu' tutcnn injunction City whero the sis- - tion of timber on tho land in controverCol. Waller S. Forrester has long ago ration day to New line of Men' Clothing and the biggest variety. the last Wednesday in tors of the dead girl were told tho aw- - sy. Messrs. K. J. Breckinridge, C. II. left no doubt in the public mind that, April. Kcuicmbor our Tailor made Clothing nnd Shirt nro thelitis! ott the mnrkut. ful news and they with several friends Bodes, Robert Harding and C II. Mc Deboe is as many kinds of a liar as Liuk at our bran new lino of The Hon. W. J. Edrington, who was went after the body. uov. uosweu, Dowell were the lawyers in the case. Shepard one of tho two populist members of Vanderbiltsald his . the was of a d n fool, while Gen. D. II. Gonoral Assembly during tho long Sen- who preached h'or funeral at Junction The season is almost as far advanced Collier and othei s are ready with oral atorial contest of 1S08, died at his home City Sunday morning, says sho was a as it often is tho first of May. The hills noble, sweet girl, a model little chris- and dales are groen with grass, punchand documentary evidence to substan- near B.irdwell. Tney cui't 1h eii-Jle- d thii idenf the fily tian, and that since he baptized her l. es sire in bloom and buds are nuttlntr jayhawk-- , tiate the charge. The crested Senator Hanna never overlooks a months ago she had scarcely ever been er should turn his attention to some- bet. His firm in Cleveland sold iiO.OOO out on many of the tree. Vain man thing more important than proving an tons of coal to the governmont for the out of her pew when services wuro in beholding these things, saith to him established proposition. The only thing navy. Mr. Hanna is not in tho Senate proL'ross. She was nearly 14 years old. self: "Verily Spring-timhath voine THE The coroner's jury returned a ver- I wilt shed my tlannol, lay aside my new In Mr. White's card and that probdict holding tho train's crow blameles ably Is not true", is that Deboe will T I). IUNKY, Maimer Tho bill intended to settle tho Cov-- ! in the killing. The train was heavily overcoat and feast my soul with the light. Leastwise he asked White out ington court-hous- e music of the birds." But that i where muddle, was vetoud loaded, it wasotra heavy down grade of the White House to give him a lick- by llranrh stores nt Pari, Carlisle, Mt Slrrlin, lUnlstown. Liwronreburg. f'nittu-ana- , the governor because it gave the und going at .'55 miles an hour, so it was he will make a mistake. The end is not ing, an Invitation which he very circuit judge too much power to in Versailles Eminence, Georgetown, Klizahethtown Frankfort Mnurkjrt, Ind. yet. Winter will be lingering in the impossible to even chock up aftor the promptly declined when Deboe put his crease appropriations at will. lap of Spring long after the honry old engine rounded the curve and the enhand into his hip pocket. It was doubtRepresentative Hull, of Iowa, chair- gineer saw what ho was powerless to rascal ought to have ought the froxen less a cold bluff, but it worked all the man of the House north. committee on mllita- - prevent. same and White lost the prestige for ry utTalrs, Introduced a bill reorganiz Hades has broke loose in Boyle lighting he had won in climbing II D. Ing the line of the army. It raises the My personal attention now glvn to ( ..lUgUti' Y !. m uf ti The Second will hjkh at IiT again. A dispatch say that about .To and others. Hill number of men during war to 101,000. repairs. Danks tho jeweler. raiders on horsuback made a foray In n r Ta.n-LTa.r32MLondLLy-go The All the arrangements for the Sunday,president did notat to church GEN. JOHN B. GORDON, the last Con- the western part of that county Satbut remained tho white H New HiMN aunching of tho Kentucky are now rtvHvr! fur full federate general of his rank, will lec- urday night. At a gate near Perry-vill- e rail on or write to Mh t that ttwi- willlh ('ollgi- orInto tinfor Suti.KV at writ alalrttr. complete and at 10o'clock Thursday house and held a conference lasting two ture at Walton's Opera Houe, April 7. they were tired on by the two WILLIAM SHKLTON. next, Gov. Bradley's beautiful daugh- hours with cabinet ollieers. It was guards, and a general shooting followMiss Christine, will break a bottle ' stated that no significance attached to Knights of Pythias here are ed Guard Thomas Middleton was seter. The of water from the spring that quaffed tno tfutherinjj making an effort to get up a uniform riously wounded and Guard Lynn Pen They seem to be getting together in rank and most of tho boys fond of ny was Abe Lincoln's thirst in youth, across shot in the arm. It is believed Georgia: The State democratic oxec- - wearing fine clothes have joined. her prow. Hundreds of patriotic Ken- some of the raiders were wounded, but tuckians will be on hand to witness theutlve committee, composed of free sil- they ail got away. They visited four A FELLOW was arguing against the eming G. Du- impressive scene and to enjoy the after vei adherents, elected '.her and at the Mitchells- oilier day bemass at Old Point. The Marine band blgon, a gold democrat, as a successor Goebel election bill tho ourg gate too guards were found on required a man will furnish the music and everything to United States Senator Clay as chair cause, as he alleged, it ter fir .ti i'w tliun It will In nexl ir V.t )m It Ik' t,.- .rj. . to be able to read and write. Unfortu- the porch and ordered to surrender, Our jHilnt wi in man. will bo in keeping with the grand which they did. One of these guardn U xlt!j; to ii(l mi' it it Ih"ium' It will tuke iit'iro pulnt flu- tt.Kxl will Ik. mt li 're The governor vetoed the bill deduci- nately there is no such roquiremont. event. The governorand his staff, with is a son of R. H. C. Mitchell, tho presi- iilixtrliint mil li will ic.(nn tn,r oil to rill the )toit ng from teachers the week they attend Ignorant jackasses will still be permitmost of the commissioners he appointThe raider- - took of sensible men, dent of tho road. votes ed from the various districts and tho iistiiutes, uddlng that such a law is ted to kill the guns away from thorn, gave them Idea of tho needs of the their executive committee of the Kentucky manifestly unjust and operates as a who have some axes and made them chop the pole to government- Press Association, will go on a special punishment upon the teachers who are pieces with threats of Instant death if train. Of the latter we are one of not paid at best a sum commensurate It has rained every day lor a week they disobeyed. The two guards at It the ki tit oik!m if oii Imi I In- tnlnt uf u which, but alas for Us, we will not be for their services. cry Is still it comes. Ruin to- the Danville turnpike gate wore treatGov. Bradley vetoed the act to give und the one of the party as we had hoped and Tuesday, colder Tuesday, ed In the same way. Shcrill Coulter certain sheriffs two years longer to col- night and intended. prophesy yesterday. The and poise spent Sunday trying to locate lect taxes: allowing towns without reg was tho finds istration to hold separate elections; tho equinox seems to have lot us off with the scamps but without avail. When the Courier-Journspace to say that Davison is losing no dentistry bill and three other minor nothing worse than a rain storm. Tho Williams. News of tho sudden sleep over Gov. McCreary's announce- ones. He approved tho bill to change oldest inhabitant does not remember so so far blown in death of Mrs. W. Logan Williams in ment and thajt he thinks the governor the time of electing school trustees little wind us has Lexington reached hero Sunday. Dr. March. tho easiest man beaten, it shows two from June to October. J. R Peyton was telegraphed for, but be things: that it is anxious for something Gov. Bradley has vetoed tho bill exis gradually working fore he could go a dispatch announcing The small-po- x to fill up and to say something against empting newspaper stockholders from -: yp?.wFzxr?-mimBm this way. Six virulent cases were dis- her death was received. Mrs. Williams ' McCrcary, no matter bow disreputable double liability. Only four bills now covered at Richmond; all Negroes, and maiden name was Miss Permolia Peythe source of the inspiration. remain to be considered, the cigaretto a pest house was built at once. An or- ton and she was a daughter of the late bill, Louisville schooi;bill, Goebel fel- der enforcing vaccination was made M. Speed Peyton, of Hiistonville, and It Is gratifying to know that in one probable disagreement with Spain we low servants bill and the pure food and every thing is being done to check was.") years old. She married Rev. have England's warmest sympathies. measure. He approved Dr. Scargent's tho loathsome epidemic. So far It has W. Logan Williams some Ho years ago The English papers make merry over bill giving children born In slavery been principally confined to Negroes and they had one child, the gifted Miss at ull the towns and lor mat reason it Dolly Williams, teacher of music ut the fact that this country should feel the right of inheritance. uapt. Wiley, or the wrecking tug has been the harder to keep In bounds. Htimilton College. At the time of her tho leust alarm over Spain's paper navy " and express the greatest confidence that Underwriter, who has returned to Now iiy the Sheriff. A mes- death, which was tho result of acute Killed port News from Havana, inclines to the bronchitis, she was at tho homo of Dr. wo can lick tho dons in short order. belief from an oxierior view of the sage from John Pearl at Furls ton Sat- Leo F. Huffman in Lexington, wheio urday said: Deputy Sheriff Woodson Miss Dolly lives. 8 wreck of the Maine that it was due to Dr. Hunter has filed a bill for Deceased was an own F. for contesting John Rhea's seat in Interior causes. He says an exterior Hopkins shot and instantly killed J. resisting arrest yester- cousin of Col. T. P. Hill, who describes explosion of sullicient force to have Robinson while Congress and Rhea himself wunts Robinson her as an unusually lovely, christian uMeMoaMHIMMH"-HBfor defending his title. Contests overturned tho deck would have left day evening, near Lily. character, in fact one of the best womcomo high, but wo will continue to have nothing of tho bottom, pieces of which formerly lived in Rockcastle county en he ever know. For many years sho nnd has been preaching at different was a them so long as the government Is fool have been found. member of tho Christian church points in the county occasionally, and and enough to pay both contestant and rendered valuable assistance to her The "Black Jack" gang of train rob- recently has been employed in tho lamented husband in his good work. bers, which has for years terrorized a mines at Lily. Tho warrant against Several sisters and brothers are left republican vote, or that report- large part of Texas and Mexico, has The Robinson charged him with kukhtxing with tho orphaned daughter to mourn ed, increased about 10,000 from 18'Jl to been destroyed by Mormons, who In so In Clay county several years ago. 189U and would have been Increased a her loss and friends every whero sympadoing evenged the murder of one of ALL BABYLAND thize with them all, especially tho latgreat deal more had it been necessary their number. Miss Sophia Hughes, HUGHES. ter, who loses that best of earthly to carrytho State for McKiuloy. This is delighted with the prospect of mi airGreat Britain has agreed that tho of John B. Dickinson, died friends, a good mother. May tho God is tho strongest and only argument for United States may ing in oue of our new Mylo liahy nirring-i'k- . maintain a warship at the homo of Mr. John M. McRoberts sho loves comfort her in tho Wo have the hanilMiiiit'st Mock of dark hour. the Goebel bill. on the great lakes. This concession is at 7:.'10 Sunday night, after an Illness of Imhy (iirriagrs and in town, in The remains were brought to Hiiston THERE are no files now on the Louis- regarded at Washington as a mark of two weeks, In the 81st year of her age. all tho latest styles, and with nil ilie new ville and yesterday at 2 o'clock laid improvements that urine selling at from ville Commercial. Its Sunday edition England's approval of America's Cu- She was born Dec. 18, 1817, and for her husband' after appropriate was a world heater, the entertuinlng ban policy. more than 50 years was a faithful mem- services. Information comes by steamer that ber of the Christian church. Those contents being printed in many colors Great Britain is massing an Immense who knew her toll us that she was an A dispatch says that a severe snow by its magnificent profecting press. W. W. WITHERS, licet in Chinese waters and buying- - e excellent woman. This morning at 10 storm Is raging in Montana, already Gov. Worth inoton will run the coal sho can get hold of. residence of Mr. J. M, 18 inches and drifting badly. , o'clock from the pardon machine, while Gov. Bradley is Over $9,003 und 21 Fears are entertained that a ease of Stanford. - - Kentucky. of pro- McRoberts the remains will be convoyout of the State. Now is your ehanco visions and clothing will bo shipped ed to Buffalo Cemetery and laid to rest, small pox has developed In thepenitcn-to tiecuro one. The old man Is softer from Kansas City to the starving Cu- - after a short service by Elder Joseph tlary. The suspect Is from Laurel' fitne and Uni'ertaking Outfit at than the late Gov. Blackburn. county. baus. i Ballou at the grave. HustonvilU. Ky. Barnett ofllce of Additional Lcoal. Aalu The Front - hand-mad- o ! Louisville Store. 1 iion. j as. b. Mccreary Con-press Dl-trl- X- - ... ct ... or Spring Merchandise Will be Sold Right. n It Was Bought Right and i THINK OF IT ! Co-u't- 8. u-.- v J Hum-bersto- ne I j -- I , ' son-ln-la- .v Carpets And Mattings, e 1LOUIS VI UIM 8TOM E t -- , Stanford Female College. S-sfctl- i, etitt-rltii- r intoi-tuMMo- I ... Ozi 1898. l'Mr-it.i:- - toll-gat- es If Your House Needs Painting - - PAINTING IS AN ECONOMY. ! 1 - al ... PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I - wsvwBmimmmmam wmm J T S2,-04- 2,-0- -- B con-teste- e. H he-bi- al-th- car-loa- Uia-u-- t"-i- ! 7 " L ."" .' as: DANVILLB, KY. iSH - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 Stanfokd, Kv., E. C. EEEffigHSfflaassHsasiaEE U? ' stl i - Mak. 22, 1898, Walton, Biminiss Manaokil you if you do not follow his directions. Get the best medicines too.- That Is the only kind we furnish. Penny's Drug Thk best physician cun't cure Store. Merchant Tailoring t ! PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, MESS ' GKOKtiK KM.1S is down with malarial fever. Mks. John S.GooiK,of Ilustonvillc, visited friends hero last week. On Friday, Mareh 25, Next Friday, I will have one of the cutters of tho Merchant Tailoring Establishnnd he will bring with him a complete lino of tailoring fnbrics. ment I repres-cnThis cutter is an experienced man in th tailoring business and he will be able to measure any one for : GOODS J. It. NUNNIM.LLY is up from to see the old folks. Thk Misses Noel have all been laid up with sore arms caused by vaccina- tion. ItKV. Milus Saunduus, field, is with his son, Hon. J. N. of SpringSaun- ders. here again Saturday heart. Miss.Mahy Cowr.N has been quite If inch all wool Hlack Sjmjiijic C'lotli, 10c yanl. sick at the college, with something like Jo inch nil wool Black Etumiuc, SOe yanl the grip. Mks. Katk Duddkkak left on the 50 inch Fine Fancy I'lniris, worth 81 van , for f0c ynril. early train this morning for Cincinnati !I8 inch Hair Line Mohnin at 20c. to buy millinery. fi() inch nil wool Block checks, worth 81 yard, at juc vnm. Mlt. JOHN W. Uastin spent Sunday lf inch all wool Black nnd 2s'avy Crejvon for T0c yard. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .10 inch Hlack and Navy fancy Mohairs (iSeyanl. Bastin, at Ewell. Mits. Nannib W. Owbns, now of ICach one of the nlx)ve is strictly a bargain. Tha-- o are only specimens, not Burgin, spent several days with Mrs. We have the latest ideas in fabrics and colors for tailor all that we have. Jaim r. U. Owens. snits from 50c yanl to Sl.75. Black Dress goods of every description from J. T. JoXKShua bought a lot of S. 2.ric to 32 yard. H. Haughmanon Logan Avenue and wilt build a house. Mlts. liHACK GltAVBS, of Llvlngstor, was hero Friday on her way to visit relatives in Garrard. Mlts. J ID PHILLIPS and Miss Ltllie Moore, of Liberty, spent several days with Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. Mlts. J01: Hakdin and children, of Corbln, came down Friday to visit her aunt, Mrs. E. B. Caldwell. Twenty styles of miiWriiiU running in prices from 81 up to 810. The Sr Hon. Dit. ANDKKW Skakobnt and Hotter wlfo, of Hnpkinsvillo, arrived Sunday are made of neat, black figured dn good, full lined ami full goods, snoli a plain and fancy Mohair-- , Serges, Cicmui-- , Silk- - ami Satins. to visit his sister, Mrs. Annie Lasley. MISS UltACltliltlNSTKAI) wont over All wool cheviot skirt, lined throughout with pure silk, at 8).5t). to Jessamine Friday to spend a couple of weeks with her sister, Mrs. Turner. Mil Jambs W. Fox. of Hlg Stone Gap, was hero Fridayto moot with the Holdam Stl'akt, of Corbln, was to see his sweet- All arc cordially invited to inspect this line on the time appointed and thoso who intend purchasing clothing of any kind this season will avu money and be pleased by gm'ng their order. Uy this plan you can A PEBFECT FIT I SEE THE GOODS A VA vA In the piece which you select before it is made up. Wo guarantee to fit and please you. "No fit. no pay," is my plan of conducting this department. A W. H. SHANKS. Tmw&mffi S33 -- Separate Skirts. EaTOgPEgpEiay FISHINO Fjkst-clas- s tackle at Craig h Hooker's. hill onion sets for sale tackle at wsmi&&ffiamm&&&mwssm m VS& &i by O. J. Newland. llneof fiihlng Penny's Drug Store. CoMl'LlTTB I WILL pay 18 cash for sound walnut A. C. Sine. - logs, Inches up. New Goods In every Department as CjU LaNDKKTH's seeds in paper and bulk. New and frosh. W. H. McRoberts. m rv Q SILKS. -- dry goods arriving daily and we're selling them cheap. Hits line frosh new o) 9) directors of the Cumberland Valley Mark Hardin. Land Co. M shown, but of fancy Wo loiul not only in the variety of choice low prices. Checks, Plaids, Stripes, (ilnc and solid colored silks in alw in Special value- - in the Hlack all colors and combinations fmm 7."ic to 33. Bmcmle Satins at Too to Satin Diichoweat 81, $l.'26 SLIW and $1.50. Sutiii lit 8fiV. 31 and SL25 all fort to secure a position. 81.50, Fancy Tullbtu 7fu! to 81. Oolnrol Mlt. J. IticilAlti) Bl'SH Is now a shades. disciple of Hluckstono, and for the present will oiler his professional services to the jwople of Lincoln. C'ait. H.C. Eaton a popular local freight conductor, has been hiccoughing since Tuesday and Is quite sick from It. Ho spent several days with ilkfull-llodg- Mijssus J. S. Van Winklb, of Danville, mid A. D. Shotwell, of Somerset, telephone magnates, wore hero Saturday "figuring." Gkoikjb H. Hakims, of Crab Oreh ard, was on Sunday's train bound for Louisville, where he will make an ef- thieves In Little Hrltaln are evidently on to Harry's game and are beating ing him at it. JfDOK 1'KKWITT declined to allow more than two guards for the Danville tollgato after the .'(0 days of the original set had expired and Col. Jack Hos-loemployed two more at the exponi of the turnpike. y complains of having lost a half dozen umbrellas since Jan. 1. Tho umbrella Thk local editor of the Advocate m H m SI "t OPENING i This Week, t 8 Tortoise : Shell. Wo will have on stile at special prices for one week an immense variety of real Tortoise Shell Hair Pins from So to 81 each, Side Comb's and Pompa-dou- r Comb- - from 50c to 82 each. Fancy buck comb-- fnnu SI to SK each. Price- - are fully 'l Ios than you can buy them in any city. KID GLOVES Kull line of new gloves in Hlack, White, Yellows, Grays, Castor, Tans, Hods, Greens, Navy and Cadet blue from SI to 82 pr. Party gloves from S button to 21 button length at M.75 to 81. Special values in Ladies' kid driving gloves at 50e. FINE .WASH .GOODS. We can show you more really fine wash goods than any three stores in this section. (Don't buy an Organdie, Demity, Gingham, P. K., Linen or even a cheap Lawn until you see our line. We have over 500 pieces new wash goods in stock. French Organdies, 07 inches wide, at JO, 50, 0.r and 75c yard. JI2 inch Organdies If) to 40c. Solid color organdies 20 to (iOc. India Linens, Batistes, White Piques, Linen Lawns, itc, in all qualities. Irish Linen Remnants, for shirt waists, at less than regular prices. -- White Goods RIBBONS AVc !& LACES. More have now in stock 10,000 yards new laces, from 2c to 81 yard. than 500 pieces new ribbons. New Sash Kibbons and Fringed Sashes. Thk llrm of Shelby & Shelby, the Junction City llverymon, has changed, tho older membor. Mr. Ike Shelby (Ited). selling out to Mr. Ike Shelby his mother here. gentleman will MIL Kdwakd Walton, of Colorado (Black). Tho latter continue the business nt tho old stand. Springs, is visiting his nephew, Mr. Theodore Farrand Lebanon EnterW. S. Tattle's drug store HCKNKU. prise. Ho is the son of Prof. James 13. at Junction City burned about 2 o'clock Walton, late of Centre College. Friday morning. Nothing at ail was ltuv. W. A. Slaymaickk romembors saved and the origin of the lire Is a his old friends and writes us to invito mystery. The stock was worth about any of them who attend the launching j.'l.iiOO and there was $2.."00 insuranco of the Kentucky to take a sail across on it. The e bolonged to the bay and visit him at Berkley. was insured for SLJames Surberand Mlts. Susan Lkak, who lives with OW). her J. A. Duddorar, fell Tklkpiionic W. A. Carson tells us down stairs the other day and ha- since been confined to her bod. No bones that his telephone line will put Crab wore broken, but she has sutVorod Orchard and Stanford on speakinp or Wednesday. He was agony. terms Wit have received from J. H. Pettus here Friday conferring with the and River Valley Co. as to who will graduaUi at the Louisville Medical College, March 25, a hand- connections, but no definite arrangesomely engraved Invitation to the Com- ments were perfected. His line will, mencement exorcises, whioh will occur however, be connected with the exchange here. Stanford Is now well at Macauley's Theatre. Mks. E. C. Walton In in receipt o supplied with telephone communicas tions, lines of tho Bell Co., tho Southan invitation to commencement of the Medical Department of ern Co., tho Lancaster and tho Huston-vlll- e & Green River centering here. Vanderbllt University which will occur March HOlli, at which her brother, NKWLAND. After a long illness of Mr. Moses Cook, will graduate. Hrlght's disease, Rev. Anderson ChrisMks. Alici: Nkwland, telegrapher topher Newland passed quietly away at and.rallroad agent at Crab Orchard, 10 i M. on the ISth, aged 77. He was Ky., Is visiting friends and relatives in In Madison county, Juno 2(5, 1821, this city. Mrs. Ncwlaud's children ac- born Foxtown. His first wlfo was Miss company her. Sho is a sister of Capt near Mary Oliver, of that county, who boro J. W. Thomas, and a most estimable him two children, John A. Newland. lady. Madison, Ind., Courier. widow Is depot agent at Crab Tim; dally papers contain pictures of whose Orchard, and N. I., Newland, who died Miss Fannie Collier, of Lancaster, a fow years ago at Brodhead. Ills secdaughter of Gen. D. It. Collier, who ond wife was Mls Elizabeth Itayburn, has been appointed maid of honor at of this county, to which he moved on tho christening of the Kentucky, and his marriage, to her and they have describe her as beautiful, cultured lived In the house In which ho died for and very popular In society circles. 1(5 years. By his last wife there sur. JriKSi: Vincbnt Hoicking, of Lon- vivo four children, II. F., V. D , Mrs don, who was hero on business Friday, T. J. Curtis' of Somerset, and Mrs. 1. looks very much llko a man who has B. Oldham, of Madison. Mr. Newland the Congressional nomination In the was a preacher In the Predestlnarlun 11th won. Ho has been making somew- Baptist church (Hardshells) for SO years a canvass of the district and hat-of and for nearly the whole of that tlmo everywhere meets with cordial sup- preached at Walnut Flat. He was deport. The Idea seems to prevail that votedly attached to the church and Mr. Colson has had enough honors and looked forward from ono year to tho that if ho is wise he will not further tempt fate. Tho judge. Is a gentleman other to attend Its associations, to which and a man of parts and tho district ho always went no matter how remote would be well represented If he Is hon- and how Impassable the mountain roads ored. to them. He was a man of decided convictions anda stickler for the old ways. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Tho remains wore Interred In tho old Candles of all kinds at War- family burying ground Sunday at 2 Nkw rcn & Shanks'. o'clock, after services by Rev. Mr. Bartlett. Ills wife Is In feeble health SKKI) Potatoes and Garden Seeds of and can not much longer survive. ull kinds- at Warren & Shanks'. store-housson-in-la- i '$,wmm&,wmsmmmmmm5&&Mm i severance: & soivs. . 1 J. H. Baughman & Co., STANFORD, KY Proprietors Stanford ROLLER HULLS, And Headipiurters for - to-da- y Hus-tonvll- le Low Coal & Low Cow Feed Of All Kind. A r; WE IIAVK JUST RECEIVED N w r i-- ( exer-eUe- Car Load Of Vehicles, BCAI And are ollering some Si ECIAL Call and See Us. IS Opp. Court - House, Stanfonl, Ky B. K. WEAREN & SOV. THE BUCKENSDERFER TYPE-WRITER. I! 11 - DUE, How can it be done? 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BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, I i I J a Zk"bbte' K ft kH Benton, this Suite, has passed the TICKLUS SOME OF THE HOYS AND All those Cultivator?, curfew ordinance. SCRATCHES OTHERS. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & All llioso MaltahciiriiiK Dueling mower, Hall Frankfort, March 18. Do you Three men were given six months All those Hull bcniiug Pouring hituli-r8URGE0N, x"blioi3.o4T'vj.oo5.Q.3ra and. Ftliars know "Jo Bell?" That is whut thoy and one a year at Jackson for kuklux- All those nice working Dcerii'g hay raken, Stanford, - - Kentucky. All (hose neat looking buggies, call tho Senator from Kenton, now. ing. Bank robbers blew opuiv the safe of Sii I'JO.K YKAU !:. A1IVANCK Some jay blow Into Frankfort not lonj Ollli'e over HIkkIui .V Sturo All those solid Oak Miit Furniture, ago, from Woodford county, and no the bank of Nickorson, Kas., aud se All thoo croiH rowing corn p'antcr When not MpaldstC.DO will e chanced. nr body would do anything to oblipo him cured $.),000. Opportunity Your Life All of those nt I) I. I'VKI'KXTKK'SKv Col. T. II. Puryear, a wealthy Padu-ca- h Ilustonville. until ho came to Senator Goebcl, who tobacco buyer, committed suicide was vory nice to him. When he wont A 5o Imrrrl llourini; upto-riiit- c homo he mot a friend of Jo Blackburn's without assigning cause. Mill wltti Khvutor, Duo HlUn.o 11ml stock Mt. Sterling has quarantined against Mil! rutmliie; of wht'itt mid corn for cultthe Scnatot tells this story and proTIME Cffl. full t lino and UNkv.h of entire out put at nice Sena-to- p Bell, Whitley, Madison and all other ceeded to enthuse over the NiUlsfuotory price. The plant should In infected counties. Will 1k bold at a M'tm to Ih appreciated who had taken up his cause. small-po- x KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ImrpHu. Ill health force4 hie to unit the Aaron Smith, at Versailles, III. drank "What's his name?" inquired Black milling btHlnesN. Turin iitv rail 011 or Train leareMinford at 7.10 a.m. returning burn's friend. "His name's Jo Bell," 10 quart bottles of beer in two hours C O. VANARSIU1.K. at 4: 25l. aIlre. Ihotouvllle. was the reply. Finally tho fact devel- and died the following day. KNOXVILLh DIVISION. Mrs. Bertha Gleasou, of Newport, oped that the jay thought it was a "soft 12 37 p in .... No. 21 Train going North But has recovered judgment for $5,000 3 13 a m G" in Senator Goebol's name. " " " No. 26 12 10 n in hereafter you can call him Jo Bell and against one of her assailants. " South No. 23 " Bonier In w 27 " " No.lM " Owensboro will raise her saloon li OF DKOOKLYN. he will know thut you are talking to For allll'olnts. cence to SI, 000 aud druggists' license him. JIO'MH TICKETS SOLI). And bv the way, do you know where to $250, double present rates. HA(5(!A(JK CHKCKED T11UOU01I. Order Ollloe ml Keed Kxriiiiuec near RailCaledonian : Senator Gocbel comes from? Now there The lotal amount of gold engaged for in those figures. For anr Information enqulro ol road CroHslng. Depot M., Man ford. Kv deThe ordnance bureau of the war Coal Yard. .Mill St.. lately J. II. HlL'Cln is no occassion for his friends to get import to the United States is $21,550,-00- 0 JOE S. RICE, Agent, .'Co., of Scotland. partment awarded contracts for over Stand. Satisfaction Ounranteed Jan. on tho present movement. Stanford, Ky. mad when I inquire where he is from, 3,000 armor and projecas Hunter's friends do upon a similar A performance nt the Tacou Theatre, koundich lHoe. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. shot to Inquiry. Well, he is from Pennsyl Havana, for the aid of the fund for the tiles, ranging from VIA GEOKUfcTOWJJ. shells weighing 1,000 jwunds each. vania and he was born about 20 miles Spanish navy yielded over MO.OOO. MKS. U D. SIMPSON, l'ror . A M r. m. A II Tho United States is negotiating for from the home of Matt Quay. That Wybark, near Muskogee, I. T., a At Arl2M 2,00 I.re. Somerset, 33 : Kentucky. s'io doubtless accounts in a measure for the ' Jet. City, 1181 315 bTANroitl), KY. mob killed a Negro man aud his white tho battleship O'Hlggins, from Chili, Lancaster, 630 "03 460 ArrOeorsetown, Lt 9 35 and tho armored cruiser San Martino 3 00 charming naivete ' 6 SO with whhh the wife. A member of the mob was also " Frankfort, 115.1 20 Newly furnished, clean beds; BplciuUd o from tho Argentine Republic. The table. Everything president pro tem of the Senate "facil- killed. Porters S 30 8 40 S 10 Arr Paris S9 latter has 10 guns, while the O'Higgins meet trains. Dally except Sun day itates business" and the inimitable Tho court of Appeals affirmed the C. D.UERCAW.G. P. A. which he pulls the political sentence of 10 years assessed against has .'ID. manner in C. Sonator Proctor after a personal visit SPUING, 1898. QUEEN & CRESCENT. wires In Kentucky. The democratic Ed Stevens, one of the assailants of declared "that practically all Cubans Matt Quay of Kentucky will not be sat Mrs. Gleason at Newport. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 3 51 p ra isfied until he has an organization capNo. 1 South ... 12 02 p ui No. 2 North The sexton of the Hopklnsville Cem arc insurgents, and that the desolation The 3 21 a m No. 3 " -' 02 am "I " the Dickey Bird as etery delayed a burial until 7 o'clock nt and distress in the island has not bean 32 p tu able of downing " No. 5 1131am " 6 " in any way exaggerated. The Spaulsh 6O0am swiftly as Quay's machine can break night because money did not accompaNo. 9 " . .820pm "10 " The llluc. Grn Nur.orle' otter eorv tl.liig for Orchard, linrden, No ami 2 do not .to. 9 ami 10 run no further noiu only tne territory actually occu- Strnwlivrry nnd jtenorat l.awu. No AronN "Holy John" Wanamaker. ny tho order to dig the grave. the back of Stanford, Kv., than Junction (ity tiunry CatalogueThe fight over the Goebel election The steamer Strabo, just from Rio pied by the troops, all of whom aro on application to r. bill has developed two great political Janerlo, lost one of her crew from yel- poorly equipped and in no condition to Telephone ?n; u.ilo iiiLi.nNMr.vnit, ICy. Is Receiving his l.'1ngtnu. And fight." Royal makes the food pure, facts; one is that Charles J . Bronston is low fever while on her voyage and has wholesome and delicious. Honoro F. Laine. a newspaper correVHntcr Goods. tho greatest debater In Kentucky, if been ordered quarantined at New York. A not indeed in the South; tho other is At Grenada. Miss., Alex Anderson, a spondent at Havana, has made public a Goods Warranted. that William Goebel is the absolute young Negro, attempted to criminally letter purporting to have been written A few mid gentlemen Fit Guaranteed. of the democratic situation at assault a school girl. Three hours lat- uy woyier, irom .Madrid. January ft wanted to enerpetlc ladle master cauva Ahotv aUrv piitnoi-tee- d Gall on or addreiv Not only did he force the er he was captured by a mob, confessed last, to Santos Guzman, of Havana, In this time. Give Him a Call. It M GOOl'll. Somerset. K 0s which Weyler boasts that he had premeasure upon the statute books, but he and was hauged. JOII.X II. ttlTLUIAX. forced the selection of three magnifiCain Lewis, the alleged wife murder- pared Havana harbor for any such I.AMIitf. cent commissioners, Pryor, E11I9 and er, was acquitted at Paris. Last year emergency as the visit of an American LOUISUILLE1 Poyntz. If theso three serve out their he was convicted and sentenced to life warship, and that Americans did not full term, tho Goebel law is in danger imprisonment, but the case was revers- daro to send a ship thuro while he was Louisville. Ky., In possession. Weyler dunios having of becoming popular. And this is more ed In the appellate court. probable because I suspect that it will Tho fellow Skaggs. who was fined written the letter but the proof is too AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN INSURANCE COMPANY result In the retirement of that cheer- $500 in Butler county for marrying his strong. I'LAXS. ful Idiot, William Henry Jones, of Bar aunt, is laying it out in jail. He has Tho Ladies Kestnunwit Is the tlnet in OF LIVERPOOL. C. & O. Playing Cards. Owing to POWDER ren county. And 1 may add that if that been In tho pen once, in jail five times .t O. Play the city. Every convenience for ladies the increased demand for C. Absolutely Pure county can produce two or three more and says this is his 13th arrest. spending the day in the city. (.ienllciiHi's Cnfu on office lloor. During a thunder storm in Barren ing Cards, the Chesapoake & Ohio Ry. intellectual results similar to the case Co. has ordered anothor lot of 10,000 BdBBEE & CSSTLEMSIi. I shall understand how It got county. Warren Wilholt and family in point, THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. decks which arc now on sale at tho sought safety in a cellar, but a bolt of Pha-niits name. MANAUKIIS, Manager. BAKINOPOSt CO., M VOSK. Hotel ticket office in Lexing Cripps Beckham ! That is a good lightning found its way in and killed Music Tuosdav, Tliurstiliy and Sunday 15 cents per deck, throe decks ton, at Commerce IBuildiner, Louisville. Evening. name in Kentucky, and it loses uone of him instantly. for 40 cents, or $l.J0 per dozen. Thoo S. PRICE, A. Ajrnti Throughout the outh. Miss Mary Doyle, of Carter county, its splendid character in being worn by cards are 50 cont quality and will lo the accomplished young Speaker of this did not know that her father's pistol sent by mall to any addross on Surgeon receipt present House. I am not touting for was loaded and playfully snapped it at of above price with four Dentist, cents per deck & PLUMBING, who caught the bullet in local Acnt, any of them I am a political outlaw her brother, for postage. Persons remitting $1.:0 TINNING Stanford, Ky. you know but if "Jo Bell" intends to his leg fearfully shattering the bone. for one dozen lots will have thorn sont Stanford, - - - Kentuckv. STANFORD, ICY., Mrs. Lee Harrod was drowned in Office orer McKoberls' Drug Store in theJIOwaley be elected governor in 1S99 and Senator prepaid. This last lot is going rapidly. Is do all kind of Plumbing prepared to She Hitllillng. of the United States in 1902, to succeed Flat creek, Franklin county. Parties contemplating euchre or whist and Tinning. Srto proprietor of Denn' Bill Deboe (the Lord forgive us) if was frightened by the storm and rush- clubs should Diamond Roof I'.unt. Telephone No. Itlack not miss Mill residence oplto J 1321. B. PEITlTTSr, such be his majesty's intentions, we ed out of the house with her child In to lay in a stock of fine this oportunity 20, liiiugluniiti &Shop ouMill cards at such 11. Co.' an embankment would all feel comfortable to know that her arms and fell over g0fe low rates. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A , his successor would be Governor Beck- into the stream. C. & O., Lexington, Ky. ham. Mason, Hoge & Co., have sold to an Tiir. Well, this was a very conservative English syndicate their gold mine near iinp'inpo Legislature wasn't it? It will be known Rossland, British Columbia, which (I'll to history as the "The Turnpike Raid- they have owned for two years. For Sh. Mo Tu We Th : Stanford, : Ky, ers Legislature." L) KA LHK 1 N il they But between the this property and improvements 1 3 ' 4 b -OtSce on Lincastcr street at Residence. I'BNETRATKs raiders and the governor, the results have paid about $100,000. They sold for 7 j 6 Ii 12 10 j 11 have been decidedly better than usual. $250,000. EIGHT GREAT STATES 11) e 17 j 18 in Ma Hi j 14 j 15 j 1 Much of the credit for the conservative Raiders cut down a Kentucky. TehH.ce. Virginia. Ocorgla, 2; j 21 course of the late lamented Legislature son county, demolished tho JO j 21 'Jfi 26 North and youth Carolina. is due to a few modest crentlemen in fired two shots into the keepers' resi- 27 j 23 AlHlmiM.i. Mltliwippl :Q j 31 20 and out of it, whom I will embalm in dence and threatened him with dynaj i print. Among them, I would name Col. mite in case further attempts to collect Jack Chlnu, the "old harmonizer." toll are made. Application for guards And there is Claude Dosha, the quiet, has been made. MRS- - KITTY 1KING, Hetwi n I "tiMiUe am' the South STANFORD, KV. Two little daughters of an Indiana scholarly representative from Harrison CHAP. OHCHAKD. KV. and Saunders, the patent medicine pa- citizen, according to a dispatch, triot, and Albert Charlton, and Kmmett "played doctor, and one child is dead Farmers Bank&Trust Co THRICE DAILY TRAINS His jut returned from tint Orr, and my friend Senator Carter, who and the other is in a dying condition." Kadi way between IuKvllle and Lexington. OK STANFORD, KY alwaj-- kept Senator Bronston stimula- Rather than "playinc" doctor, this apluLTT-jiLW. A. O.l'. A.. t ted to even greater efforts, and Senator pears to be a case of being doctor in 5200,000 CO Paid up Capital, Vaa4tlstf UHt. I). C. W. II. TAVLOR. A. (J. P A Farris, who could get his samples un- oarnest. Loulsv ille Times. Markets and hat brought with her a Surplus, 17,603 80 choice selection of all the novelties of tho UUvllle. Kv. packed oftener and quicker than anyof liur sock is soAn inttiei-tioLAND AND STOCK. shii. body else in his territory. And there are i lljr TOTl4on uf It rbartvr, licited. ar dwllt la .National Ilanki, fully iriitect(l are others? there was. Col. Bob Tyler, Imllrl.liiHllj- ItxWo lo Village Farm sires The get of Six Atnl Denier in ill tliaieholtivr twlng hIU who objected to the work, but was forc- won $03,000 last year. the extent of the amuaatof ihHt t k therein at iuaildltkai I" HABN3SS, SADDLERY, c0. ed to be content with the pay and keep. The futurity stakes for foals of lsDS TO CONTRACTORS. the sirInralue thermf,Ac,ItMayatlai thf amount In. extsuUir. tmUiI tuch harM. an imltTliluil. a fully IHJLTI. And what's the matter with Harry closed with about 1,100 entries. STAXFOKI). KY Tenderliitfonr thank, to iIiukj k hu hare cul rutt.The Hot I.iiictoand Vtmu rofltlniK ed their butiir tt ut, we tiuat they x Williams, the curled darling of a House At McCllutock's sale In Madison 01 aud vreollfr enrolling clerk? He's all right aud the sheep sold ut S5.92i and mules S(H5 to forItldt will be received to Ajuil H, atntnoon, to do no, toaauieour in a guarantee fur rtmill TO L IS 13 OAND D 12T RO IT tr)eiMe In Mt. the bulldliiK of thu New Uiurcli utare CHiUtent m liberal aKvmnmidatluH same to Green Kellar, the orator, $72. Morlali. For (urtlier information, plaiw and with nouiid IxinMut;. All I'oIhu In .Mle.rjn. iipocltlcatloiis, addreni. statesman, journalist and gentleman ItlHICTOHt. work inulas, 3 to 5 years, tor Five .1. I). IIASTIN. Iiwell. Ky. CHICAGO. " who kept tho House business moving sale. Mrs. Jauu D. Buchanan, Crab J. J. Wllllaiiif, Mt. Vmiwiij W. II. Ctttttmlw, Prtwuhernrnief "U'hlteCltySiHsHaL" Zwwwifvfiwwwwwwwl from tho clerk's dosk. And Jim Stone Orchard. J. II. Owtter, J. S Ow.ley.Sr., ROBERT l?itil5, l!sl Terminal fctatton, THE POPULAR S. II. Shaukt, William llvucli, and Billy Cromwell,' who could run the Lyon & Allen sold to Mac Wheat 11 J.F. OmL, S. J. Kmhry, ST. LOUIS. I now back ut his old A. W. Carni)ter; Senate without a presiding ollicer, in heifers at 3Jc and to Wright & Camden The crack burlier, J. K. Lynn, Areldlus the Tunnel Kgberfi stand In J. N. Metii'fw. ready to an emergency !. tflft3nslipigAllKtt.iTtfp shave and hair cut. All oiricia give you a eight cows at 3.40. BOSTON . iieodiiif; work It was u very nice' pleusant little sos-call on lilm S. II. Shank, l'rnldeut; W. W. White bought of Crit Smith sure to please should I'rul. Orchard. Kvlie (55b J. II Ow.ley CaihlM, you. Wagner Sdeidni; Cars. on and I am glud I come. M. Bright Tellet 10: acres adjoining his property on the Walter Forrester. Hanging Fork for $600. N'ISW YORK. "' IrfJtrftrtfSj . lluttet I'arior Cars, Wajner Sleoplnit Curt, I'r Irat I have for sale 4 or 5 good, young A single stone of 115 feet long, 10 FIRST NATIONAL BANK CiiHimitHHMU Cars, fUdgaiit Owaeliej aud Pin lii); Cars. feet square at one end and feet square jacks, ready for service. Will exchange U tide rta leer, OF STANFORD, KV. for other stock. J. W. Glvens, McKin-neut the other has been successfully cut Ho sure your Uriels read via "IIIO FUl'Il" auatonville, Kentucky Ky. from the sandstone quarries at HoughWARRIENM. LYNCH Surplus, 515.750 K.t). MiCOUMICK, Capital Stock 5100,000. Sixteen of the get of G. & C. P. Co Trutne Mi?r Am. (ion. Ilm. A Tkt. Agt OBen hWwrvlcv to tho w)ple ot Wit Lincoln ton Point, Wis. o( ColbimauU Cuilt. Casey countlei Full ntuclc Attention ol the public Ii called lo tho fact that CINCINNATI OHIO. A Chicago woman wore at the opera oil's Gambetta Wilkes won $13,825 last and llauk In .Stanford. etialwujrsou hand. thltii the only National tho National Hank Acl 95 tho iirmiilont ol year. Guiuette was the largest win1. ri. Carpenter. Maimer. in that city the other night, a gown li'iKlton are secured not only by the capital Mock, which, with the jewels to match, cost ner. but by tho MotkholdeiV liability (or un amount 60 YEARS' eiualtn theatock o that depoliortofthUlnttitu. The stock men of Hardin county will 3150,000. tie uoru tloti are tecured by a fund ol tJui.UM) EXPERIENCE hold a combination sale of cattle March itatcuicnta of tho romlltlouoi the Rank ate made V" lurec st. Bernards, the finest dogs in r each year tu thu Unite.) blates iuteriiuii'iil uml itt J or ra0l' wIU bo dU v or their class in the world, sold at Kuc-- ! a3th' whe tt avcl are eamliu-- ut Mated times by (,'ovet nmi nt agent, lhu eeturlng additional aud s.rler: alet, sus City for $20,000; the highest $12,000, posed of todptxjaltora. WWWT75 This lustliutlon originally ettaMIahea a ?he Ie It is said that a hog fed exclusively in (i years 1 tousrof precious stones poalt llauk ol Stanford In IAH tlieu reorganized u upon corn will starve to death in about have been unearthed in South Africa, the National Hauk ofSlanlord in tt."i ai.daMlti reorKaniied us the First National Hank of Stanford 120 days; but no wise farmer Is in dan, valued at $375,000,000. NASHVILLE, TENM. In ltt.S'J, has bad practlially an uninterrupted exlit Trade Markp tk"ki&i&tz ence for 3S years. It It better iiipplleil nuv wltl Designs California produced in one year 4,- - ger of proving the statement a fallacy. n.vNK j. ju:r.i, business promptly and lacllltlcs fur traniaeilnc Copvriqhtb &c. . 1. A.f I'llIcUffO- f4 OFPICIALLV KI'.rKKSItNT3 000.U00 ounces of gold worth $81,000,- th;m tcr liefore In Its Ion; and hotioraMi Court. The feeliog in Anyono icnillni? a Mtctrh and rtcscriptloii Danville p. If. ltirnv P.1T4 career. Acciitints o( Individuals, lidurlaries, nrun quickly ascertain our i)lnlon free whether rniy an 000. cattle yesterday was not as good as at United Confederate Veterans, liiTontlnn Isprotialilyniitpntiibiu. Coiumtmlcn. acd Indlrlduals solicited. 1 "I "J J tlons strictly eonailonllal. llanillmokoh I'atent i' T "niiiiiiimiiniMiiiuiiiiir A baby born at Shreve, O., the other tho February court, although a number niKKCTOBJ. sent Iroo. Oldest nitency for securing Dutouts. Daughters of the Confederacy, .1. W. llayden, Stanford l'atenta taken thrnuiih Munn A Co. rccelro day is pretty well oil' in grand mothers. of those on the market changed hands. United F. Held, Lincoln Co.j aprrlal notlet, without chsrae, In tho S. II. Uaunhman, ' S. T. Harris, " The Sons, and other Organizations. She has six. T.I-- 1IIII, good steers went at 5o or littlo " Some J S. Hooker, W. A Tribble, Scientific W. i: Walton " , Bath county fiends have raided and the rK', but the ruling price of that J. II. Colller.Crab Orcb'd M. J. Miller, Mi.Vernon. K handsomely Illustrated weekly. Stairqt. M, D.Khuore, Stauford. Two Samples, Four destroyed one four timos. class of cattle was 4$ to 4Jc. Heifers dilation of any sclentnm Journal. Terms, elra .l orpicaas. ' ,L !!o'',u)r" newsdealers. The government sold ltd 200 reiudeer were dull at 3i to 3Je. Some butcher Yiaiai'il10" S. A. CUNNINGHAM. S. Rocker, President: J. J. Melfailrta CasbU MUNN & Co.36,B'd. New York J. ut about $100 each. Spixiaj- - Rupcctio In Clubi wltl' tula Pasei 1 A. A. McKlnney, AliUntCojliler. stull changed hands at 21 to 3e. llrancli K!i Y , THEINTERIORJOURNAL MM 1 WALK TALK. The about 17,000 miles 0 coast lino Including the hikes. Secretary Gage's plan for raising war revenue, if needed, begins with a tax on beer. The pleasure craft, Muyllowor, will be changed into a warship and ordered to sea within .10 days. The wars of 1)0 years down to 1SS0 caused war expenditure of and the loss of 1,170.000 lives. Orders for 3,000.00li pounds of brown prismatic powder were given the California Powder Works bv the government. it is said at the navy department thut a year will be required to put the battleships Kentucky and Konrsarge In fighting trim. Spanish per cents are worth atrille over 50 cents ou tho dollar in London. American 4 per cents are quoted at 121. There is a world of significance U. S. has 11 $15,2.15,-000.000, DR. R. M. PH6LPS, hound to sell of flrnt-i'lfi- FIRE INSURANCE - I 1 NOELtSiSON, 11 1 Insurance Company Insurance Coal, Corn And Hay, deck-piercin- g six-inc- h 12-In- ch Mason Hotel first-class. R.B MAHONY.Agt, H. RUPLEY, Trees, Plants, Vines. 1 Merchant Tailor, Fall 1 $40 Month Salary. mi . HOTEL ROYAL -- J. T. Jones, t . W. A. TEZBBU:, -- no-.- r W. 21-- lf MARCH1 I I I I I I tmic. I A.C.SNE, hTTl I I Souifiern Railway I I I j.c.jYicClAY toll-gat- I toll-hous- e, 2-- I I I I lb U M B IE H9 SASH ! I I I AND DOORS, Through Sleeping Cars a xnsriEiK'r TI-R- tlloi - "BIG 4 111 XrJ?tbtbiifitbi:tt4fiitli tt.thrXfHi - yr' fpnk-Inlan- d It I kM?& tii"MJ Mr-4- . tore-noi- n !lrt-clu- ss s. V t4r4i - '"""& tv 1: m J. T. SUTTON, 1 y, or J I; Vu-,i.- .r ij I: I; I lm 1 Veteran. Two-Ce- .jLJruj l ijmTJja American. C. V m . toll-gat- e onlco, St., WashlDtou, D. at V s