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A 1891). 10 A. M. NO. 8 POLTICS AND POLITICIANS. Kx-Go- .V ft Fletcher, of Missouri, Is ALWAYS HL'Y THE HKST ft At tho last meeting of tho C. C. Aid dend at Washington of paralysis. Society tho following tribute to tho Hlndlng twlno Is now itdmltted frco memory of one, whom God In HI wis of duty. Score one for frco trado. dom lint seen fit to remove, was passed All threo of the candidate for the uKn, to bo entered upon our mlnuto Legislature In Clinton are preachers. t ..LlklH. ..,.... book, and published in th6 iNTKIUOlt HP.AU sistkiis- -i Tho president will get back to Washj j WH SHLL'TIIEM. JOUIt.VAt.. ington from his Southern outing toadditional to report except a marked wcck-nltfIn the death of our sister, Mrs, C J. day. eoiiRrcjris- j;j lncrcaio In our B(f0 jcenfli & fir Hallcy, wu loso one of our few charter Of tho 18,40.'! bill, nnd resolutions In, nj c), J(w ,,, Hon.. It ha. required ''rlht .mart" of hcnj w()rk :?. mora than two Jnp u,e endowment rank of tl.o KnlBht members, and thus another link In tho troduced in the last Congress, 1,457 fulth ui Bo on for laws. (J) month., preaehlnu every night to a con- - of VythtM nm, lneeUn(r wtlh muon ue. chain which bound u. to a time when tho sun shone brlghtur, tho sky was An olaborata JclTerson day banquet reflation varying from live to 10. To CCff M h(J ()0Ci ovorywbcro ho g0i, Urown's Siecl Smoothing lUrrow.s, Ilrown's Double .Shovels tome, It would savor of fanaticism or) After an abaencu of three weeks, I more blue, und the nnes bloomed moro will bo given March 30 otToppka,Kas., M Ill l.tliw-v- . o often thus flnrl lint Ifttn rwiur hut. It 1. fallh ftut abundantly: thu glad dus when "Aunt with covers for 1,600. ti iniurt n XT R. PRRKTTlT5s I The republican railroad commissionby those who are Ignorant "'j WBtcljft oyM nnj trained carH of tho Cuth," In tho meridian of llfu, the noonmistaken ' a christian in, ISTEmo j0UItNAU forco tmvo caught time of usefulness, went in and out er's convention for this district, will (j . 'thotruolnurdnes"of -- . among us, 11 stanch, zealou member bo held In Louisville, April 10. "heavenly calling." So I havo preach- - u 0 over--an- d our president at one period The Tennessee Legislature has passcd my "level best" "all along the lino.". Squ,ro ,ko Mmi altcm,e(1 lh bllral WK IIAVK THK HI'.ST LINF. OF fur some tlmo honored and resicctcd, ed u law prohibiting tho making of any and have never, for a moment, foltllkoof fau Uler Mr John crnU( ftl discharging thu duties of thu position cunlract hereafter to be paid In any"giving it up." A for moro numbers, . yalMr,,ay sho WM a ,,rcBl In a timid, though dlgmlled .manner, thing but a legal tender I can ulway. preach with greater free-- 1 ,ulI(ir0I.( havB, beu nvnl(1 fop a eter Jculous of thu Interest of tho so-- , Augusta will erect a monument to guard" of hearer, dom to a "corporal' ,....,.. I.... ...... -- .an .' clety and tho cause It represented. tho Hon. Patrick Walsh. The idea Is Kver so d In Central Kentucky. AH we ask Is jour Inspection. Tie prices ore than to a vast muiiiiuuu;uiu,ui.J C C. McChord, candidate for rail Wo shall mis. her. We lofed her; to put up a bronze statue of heroic sl.a suke of the uood cause, I cruvo road commissioner, made abrluf speech ltlht for they lire the Lowest. The finest and nobbiest line of for the and were beloved. Wo need no gifted ' In one of tho public squares. larger audience. Knowing at the Secretary Alger nnd his party nrrlv-c- d Whether It has got abroad that I am one. .ay l'llclior will get tho Instruc- pen to tell of her virtues; her life Is un nt Havana after having lost their preaching on tho tlrst three chap- tions of Garrard, but that tho delegate, "open book." Lot memory of her shlno now ter, of Genesis about which tho force, will bo friendly toward McChord, If not m a beacon, to lead where she ha. gone, way at sea for several hours. Owing May no thoupht that sho hu fallen vic- to tho delay there was no reception. of scepticism, In and out of tho church, McChord men. The Newest nnd Lastst Goods. H. H. Morchcad, son of the late V.x-tim to tho dark wlngoJ messenger ever gathered I don't know. Uut have lately Mr. John Hays, u prominent attorS. Senator and Gov. Morchcad, of reason, either curl-oilt- ney of Ilarbourvtlle, ha. formed a part cloud this memory, for was not hers, a. certainly, for some "Well rounded life to u clrclo fair?" Kentucky, died ut Cincinnati, where or real Interest ha. attracted h iiur.hlp with Hamilton A: Itobln-oho nmusscd a fortune aud made a line d goodly number of .trangcrt to tho and they will olllco over C. I). Powell', and "hus passed Into a region 'yet to read what Is let unread in the reputation. "Church of tho Godwin." In either store, north sldo of public square. Thl. Maj. J. Kmbry Allen defeated Capt cue wo "I'ralso tho Inl" and "inko will maku nn able firm and they will manuitrlptof God." 136. IANVHJLE, KY. Uutby the i')u of faith wo behold W. II. May for the Senatorial nominacourage." 1 am here, by grace, to gel their share of tno business. If take, all upon that glorious morn tion In Fayette, and Solomon VanMetcr OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO OOOO O'O O O o'o"oo"oo O O light It out, on this line, Our Commercial Club I. doing some "Aunt Cuth" wa nominated over Jus, Humphreys summer. So far, In the mo.t wonderful good work toward tho extenilon of the "adorned a u bride for her husband." Lord has "supplied the Ixiulsvlllc Southern ltnllway from Bur-gi- n For aro wo not all to bo renewed, for representative way, tho dear it is stated on pretty good authority when Ho comes to take HI ransomed lack of service" that ioor, dear, ld through this county, and it I. homey Until then may thegrussconlln-u- o that Senator McChord is Senator Goe- ICentuoky, ought to have rendered, and believed that It. ctTort. will be green und the dews shed it sweet- bel's cholco for railroad commissioner our want have been met from day to crowned with success. Xothlng would and that his nomination will be a vic we have o o day, a they arose, mi that bu moru bunellclal, us competition in ness and luster UMin her resting place tory for the Covington man. o H. o "lacked nothing." Col. Hlll'r remark freight I. much needed. John S. Smith, of Paris, candidate rich city" Is perfectly that thl. l Capt Thomas Austin and Mr. T. J. !lCIIl'.lll:l IIY . HUMAN for attorney general, says ho Is reluted o o AiHilhrrgrt'l ilNuxcr? Ii lirsn m.ile in. I thai true; only It nehos, unfortunately, aro Hatcher huvo bought the coucty right too o ly U'ljr lu this country -- pipe falriil to nil tliu btnlttitt in Kentucky and as o my disposal; and hi. further not at for the uso of a dovico to clean cisterns It. rlutrlir- - iim !irr n, l.ir wtsn jrsrt .lis o tupportof them all ho is o fl. w.i.n'.l re lirr that It "ought to miport mo" U without removing the water. It Is uit.Urinliif.1 scd t.ilii. tut vnml TiUI uryan. I'ur he cxects the O O In Order tu .MskeJIt mm f ir Spring Style. tinitiliivtit .lsili sureuf nomination and cleatlon. mo. placed on iwiUI O nlrti Just. Only It don't "support" O the bottom am? by moving it Ibnv lu.ibib. stir oMiclif.1 IikvamiiU;, ami r,iv-"Asked what ho thought of Dryan's Sit fiballjr UiN.itt.rM a wav ruttlmi. I .hould havo starved In sight of lt around, all the tilth Is pumtcd out withHr Kln' Nw ' 1'iirrrn.lliKuricnliulllsol controversy with Belmont, Senator ' riches; out mixing it with the water. Thoe IhM.i.vry f.ir ('.Hi.nniitilAii, atit waaso imicli .Kj.t all nlillil, Lindsay said: "I was not of thoo who "Ocean, of waterall around, with had tho work dono pronounce anl nsiiisl.two b.ltlrs las lrt atlutrtv ctltr.1 supported Bryan and do not cure to o who bine Her lira. Luthrr l.ut " 1hu rllf. H'. Hut never a drop to drink;" O it a perfect success. Kvorlody should (' llaintilika l.i.oISI.flt.y. N'. C TtUl I. it tic criticise, though I can say nothing In OOP Had not "riipport" como from person. .V"c ami ! 000 lr.r.1 IVimy'. Unit M.ue ,f ....I l.lf.. .- .- ..n ". ll - .... - .tt.A.iA .Id $1. l.rrrj little KuaranttT.! tvular u.-- v his favor." "" rind places uinm whom I hai very nine ' brought about by Impure water than Thu most enthusiastic its well as tho claim, compared with "Old Kentucky To Till: NoitTII. The Queen .V Cres- largest croud that hus gathered to iy In ny other way. W Hut not another lino on that subject. H l,p "'O still fearful that tho cent Kuuto bus Inaugurated a service hear Senator Gocbel speak heard him mill atlects rae with Spiritual nausea ...,.. i .hint f lit which, tho IjorA bo i "ro Insurance companies, will withdraw of observation curs on tho famous llltie at Kllzubcthtown SaturJay evening. A -. from thtsclty on account of the Indict- Grais Vestibule lietwvcn Cluelonali dispatch says thu ovation he received pralsod, I very seldom do, I think, ofand Lexington. Freu parlor curs and was almost equal to that given Mr. r ii..inni. iinnforil folks, and ments found agulntl them, but I do not Queen & Crescent standard vcsllbuled Hryan In lSOu. ui,.. ,nll,h tn ill them. "thlug.'tl'InkthU will occur. The policy hold. day coaches. Four trains dully to Cinhad rather pay oven more than they Tho sudden springing of Postmaster now and old," tho Lord has uught, and .or ro Dw than to bo left without cinnati with cIosq connection with all Hdwards, of Lawrenceburg, Into the teaching roe; but It U not likely. Is .till protection, and If they uro satisfied trains Ttortb. Queen .V Crescent trains railroad commisslonershlp canvass, I ihall over havo my lh gratified. It everylKuly else should Ik. and tho In- aro without a peer in tho South; IT when Irwin was about to be declared will only tw "tho turning of an hour dictments should bo dismissed for want miles shortest line, unequalled train the nominee. Is said to be nn cllon of wo shall see HIM and disglas" till of prosecution. Many aro ulso com- service. W. C. Kincurson, G. P. A. crowd to down tho tho IIunter-Tod- d pense with other teachers forever. . plaining becauso tho rompanlcs were captain, who is a Bradley man. CHAMIIKItt.AlN'S COCtill IIKMKHY. The ry Lates Toes Out. Lo k at this ' not Indicted In Stanford and Danville NEWrOF THEVlClrUGE. Bryan says: "What the Lord's SupThis remedy Is Intended especially If tho sumo rates uro In force there. per Is to the christian, so u Jefferson for coughs, colds, croup, whooping During my stay In Liberty I fell In cough Thomos Durham, ), died at King, und Iniluenzu. It has become banquet Is to the democrat. Just as a ton. love with tho people. They aro inado I famous for Its cures of these discuses, good christian would rovolt ut having J. A. Hoover, of lloylc, uged 01, Is up of tliu gunulno type of manhood, beover a lurgu part of tho civilized world. thu sacrunient administered by an Infidead. ing highly Intelligent, soclul and it (Tdel, so a good democrat objects to havKirk Shelton, ent up from Pula.kl able. Tho lawyers, public olllcluls. doc- Tho most llattcrlng testimonials havo ing u Jefferson banquet presided over I or llvo year, for arson, was pardoned. tors, preachers, mcrchunts, bankem been received, giving accounts of Its by Perry nelmont." Kangaroo and Vesting Tops, Sum MeClure, of Itockca.tlc. took und mechanics uro far above tho aver-ug- o good works: of thu aggravating and Speaking of Gov. Bradley resigning IHH'slstcnt coughs It bo cured; of sethe bankrupt luw, with WIT liabilities and the thrift and beauty ol tho ho tho real ven) colds that have yielded promptly to let Gov. Worthlngton Hand-Worke- d and no ussets. growing little city Is a proof of this asthing for u while, thu Louisville Time Langford. of Allceton, Hoylo sertion. I met several old Lincoln to Its soothing cITccts, und of thu dan- says: An occasional whack at tho GodCarter county, wutghs 170 pounda although county friends, among them, MaJ. gerous attacks of croup it has cured, like prerogative of grunting pardons Is often suvlng thu life of thu child. The but i:i years old. enough glory und gratification for thu Drye, I'ld. Montgomery nnd W. I). uso of it for Nunnto Sumner, old gentlemun from the w"SuWt ti,e lntwr recaJllnir memories of extensive that It robs whooping cough These are u nce goods its the markets atlortl. None Dresslri; None hus shown fey that disease of llllamsburg burned to death near ;w years ago, Leading democrats told all dangerous consequences. Moro Durable Sold by vernal hills of Greenup. Come and look at them. clothing catching lire. her Judge Charles Patterson ha Issued a tho county would truct for Crulg v Hocker, Druggists. . aged M, died of m Mr.. Pluer, P. Wat Hardin for g.overnor. circular letter to tho democratic votors COLOitKi) Hmturrs. Tho war de, Bis ul tno nomu of the second railroad commissioner' whUo there, patties passed through, I jolinu. niacK, ai prospecting for building an electric partment has wired Lieut. W.T.John- - district, charging State Seuulor C. C. fll .ru... railway from Mokl,nnd through I Ins sion, recruiting olllcur at Lexington, McChord with having voted for Mujor James M. Miller, a larmor, Ky., to enlist colored uppllcunU for Lisle, Patterson's republican iolltlcul hi uuggy near ;"-""tonvllta and Liberty to Tennessee. Tho caught In tho wheel and killed. V- oplo aro favorable to the enterprise ,cavulryund toInfuntry service, sending opponent, two years ugo. Thu Senutor j7tTVrf.jXsx Mr, linker, n sister of Hanker J. it unJ t u l(ulloved lllat ll)l mi4ll w,u bu tho former Fort Grunt, Arizona, nnd will doubtless deny the damaging INT f Itlco, died In Kansas and her body was n ww fiuupo Uwo thu latter to I Foi t Douglus, Salt Lake churgo. i City. This an excellent opKirtunlty who Is u brought to rineviiio lor ouriai. Little Phil Thompson, Is no reason why It should not be, John William, colorcd.chargca wun as there is much good land In that for joung colored men to get Into tho member of the democratic club, whoso stealing a horso from Charlu Todd, of country und tho travel together with regular army. Itccrult for white in- -' president, Perry Belmont, wus so seItlchmond, was raptureil In Lexington. tho commercial demands lnuxMrtsand fantry and cavalry regiments aro also verely snubbed by Bryan, says It was Will ho Mr. Margaret King, of Whitley lmKrts, would supiHirt tho road ery wanted. Apply to Lieut. W. T. John- tho most Indiscreet act of hi career ston, Main St., Laxlngton, Ky, und that It wus as uncalled for n It county, convicted for selling blackber- handsomely. was Indiscreet. It will lo.--o him friend ry wine, was pardoned by Gov Worth-Ington'i:hs President II. K. Woolfolk, of thb K. l i.f W'a.Mla, I.T where ho might have madu many. P. A., bus appointed thu following del- Ilsurltn- "luur l4ll of UmOIv lllllrrs liaa F. II. Piurpont, who established a Tliu Garrard grand Jury found f4 Mrs. Ilrrttrrur strufula. shlih lul isuhiI Inuludlng 18 ugalnst tho egate to tho next nnnual convention idin.l uHithik fur jriuira TrrtlMn surva vuM government, at Wheeling ut tho outhsrunal .... l.p.ur ai... .I.u. . .. , ti.iu.l uli.l ...V. a.i.l ...u !. ..I.SB..U, Standard Oil Company and H ugalnst of tho National Kdltorlul Association, tor. ciuM U. !. ... Bu hrr HUM HV ,b. .1 break of the war und called himself icheua Itflp. Inn iuis I. cmuplrlt) which will bo bold at Portland, Ore- 'aiaiurr ut'allil ll nifuvui. mis suia wuai governor, dead, aged SO. He was tho companies. Insurance lliou.jii.l. hats rotrd-tli- at Llxclrlo lliltrn Is Geo. S. Owens, of Knox county, tied gon, in July: Charles M. Lewi, of tho tho lil llo.. imrlller kuuu. It's Ihs sujirrme principal agitator of tho division of the lowest Prices. Wotk Guaranteed. wtt rlwni. ul. W, M. Howard, of Harlan, weroumong Sontlnol, Sholbyvlllo; Hurry Tandy, rfuir.ly furftrtua, trlter..IIiiiiiIuIm. live,era. UilU Statu before tho war und tho prime tiinl rnt.iitiu M.r. It ktliii. lioatrU, fililwii hl- illaniluu l.ullUs thu seriously wounded In tho battles News, Paducahj W. Q. Adam, Inquir- andthsstrrii.lh Oul .VI iviita. - NiM ly IVuiiy, mover in tho reorganization of West up er, Owcusboro; Louis Lundrum, Itec-ol- Uriiat-l.t- , Virginia, und hus since been known as with tho Filipino near Munllu. liuarautrvu ;tiamti; m Luncasler; M. F. Conley, News, Judge C. H. McDowell lost out In tho tho father of thul Stato. Tho Loxlngtou Standard, edited by a On hi return from Nlcholasvlllu, appeals, which sustained Judge lAiuisa;uud J. It. Collier, Funklln, court of Negro, suvs: "The Negro Imltutlvo. t, Alternate: J. M. Allen, Toooy' decision that ho wa not enSenator Goebel said: "It looks belter Cynthlanu; C. C. Pare, News, Ho upes tho whlto man In utmost ev- for mo than it hu ut any tlmo within titled to 2,W)0 Jco In ti building and oven a a thief. Tho only erything, tho lust two month. Hardin Is losloan iwMiclatlon suit or for uny other Glasgow: J. J. Glenn, Hustler, John L. llosley, Itoorter, trouble I that tho Negro make u botch ing ground every day. I spoko lust Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to amount. of It. For Instance, tho whlto man steal Jacksonville dally via the Queen and Crescent and ut Nlcholasvllle, In Hardin' congresJ. It. Sawyer, who killed young Hob. Pari; Wallace MucKay, Tiger, money of tho widow und orphune and Clarence II. Woods, thu sional district, and am absolutely conll connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, ort Hnrnsldo at Hurbourvllle, by aud thu hard earning of tho laboring Ijiutuwiut him. ha bad hi sontonco oguln Climax, Itlchmond. Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service dent of carrying that county, although L.iMM4na . man, from tho banks, and decamps to It commuted by Gov. Worthln,-tonIt I contiguous to Mercer, my opponto Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and TIIEKAIILE, KINUOr ALL UIIUM, Held and pasture uow, but thu foreign u,,i..nri..lniLllv'l vear. On u former Is noted fur San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. slglit, clear and dls Negro seems sathHed with a chicken ent' home." lu The Train Service is perJack Chlnn will bo asking: "McCar-t- y petition ho cut It to 10 ycur und now Hurt vision. Bo aru tlio.o persons who uso or a can of sardine, Just enough to get tutlierluiid's Kaglo Kjo Hulvo (or weak eye, fect In detail. Fast schedhave you got a gun?" tho first thing ho cuts oil llvo of lliut. ktvvs. sore ejus u( uiiy kind or gruuuluted him In prison." lids, hold at Penny' ul 21 ivuU, ules, 24 hours to Jackson Ilrower, tho Mury tho Jessatuluo Journal know. It say: a m -- . -s. ville, 54 hours dauL'btor of Kldor W. P. Wulden, died It is detrimental to tho Interests of tho Tin: A.Tiniri:iK a uoat Our exchanges aro still publishing lasntlulbjr all uir drsilllrs vliutf Slumaili domocratlo party of Kentucky, and e- Cincinnati to In Harrodsbnrgof pneumonlu and tho tuouldkiow ofunlar Havana. .' remains wore brought to Lancaster. tho big wheat sale mado by J. C. Cald- and Ulnars out Ksw IJft, Allautlitin, wtii.lvrful Ipociullyof tho 8th district, to havo fill,, Iballlr Kin.'. iW.CfUtuws Utrr ltuid, sliws ilndld Tula makes threo death In. tho family well, of Doyle, to Anderson dpllman, .SliuuacU anJ dUt.tluu aud s regular UjJIIj bal.it ' uch a man a Jack Cblnii at tho head anuud o.r.A., In about lx weeks, oxtoodlng lu ago tho Danville miller. Thl Item Is fo iliat lu.un (wrlHt lisallk aud .itwt futrj. Uuly 'ofoaoof Its most Important commit iuual I'tutiy'a Drujj Hturc, Is no wonder the old rooster Kit old that tho I. J. realUes that It is Mr. tees. It from tho tlmo wo wore publishing It again Tho tea Imporu.tn IbW woro 08,010,. often bangs It head In sbamo and tho tinKeavull. 81. to the Infant of tho IXJII pounds. bauner of tho party trulls In thu dust. to keep It green tn thcl.' memory. fonrlb generation. . Nv. Goo. Under dato of Msrch O. llarne writes to Mr, Volcli from l.lfcW P. Struct, N. W., Wuihlneton, lis loi lowt: ,. i Mr. Joe I). Pok. ami Mien AUco Turner were married on Thursday, i'ld. Hon. It. C. Wnrren la making a good Judgo and will 1Ihho of the docket about the tnlddlo of the week. County Clerk J. M. Duncan atyit that uxliiyVcountv court wMihodiillom on rocorj jt0 didn't oven Imio n imirrl- - I.OVINU TIIIIILTi; TO A UOOII WOMAN. I Farming Implements Oliver Chilled Plows, Buoher Gibbs' Steel and Chilled Plows, Thomas' Diso Harrows, W. I ht be-co- , ?,ZiZ rrnhnrnhnrrl Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits , j NECKWEAR I) U. y n, SUITS MADE TO ORDER. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone Nt. conll-dentl- y Wall Paper atcost.: W. B. McROBBRTS. I a slili-.tiM- ... it- 0000000000 000000 00000000000000 ' ll'lo 1 I 0 I NEW SHOES Men's Fine Wear. I 1 1 I I I I 1 Vici Eid Ail Willow Calf, Celluloid, Metal and ipj ". Eyelets. mush-hearte- d otr -- if' -.- l'Ioen. . m f I ... H. J. M'ROBERTS. I I I I I ' MR EYES ! j2 u. IiiLoiiini's I Accurately Tested And Fitted 1 CRAIG& HOOKER'S Hfll d, 1 Dom-ocu- Muill-sonvlll- Florida Havana Shep-hurdivlll- o, Btab-bln- ir VBr.us: i (4 .V- r, al-m- .4 -- nr TlIF.ltR has been despe rato fighting f i combined maro for $90. Commissioner Lucas Moora announces that all of tho $728 75 worth of seed he had for distribution Is exhausted and New Line of Wool Dress Good New l'lque White flood. Embroidered there Is no more to send. Fancy Good, Dlm'ty. A New IHne of Towel and Crash. begin Our horse advertisements will Our store li now ladened with all the Beauty and Newn-of the so.ivm Attracwith next Issue. Hadn't you bolter republicans are in nign learner over. lorK lies Attorney hand in yours If you want tho poople to tive good ami still more attractive price welcome customer to all department'. loy and Commonwealth's tho decision and will use It for camThe ban Francisco Call say. that Owsloy hnd recommonded tho commu- know that you aro standing astalllonor When you vlttt our little city don't fall t ) see our line of Clothing if you train paign material for all it Is worth. Gov. Bradley has decided to settle per- tation proves untrue. jack? nteJ of a Suit for yourself or boys The Winchester Democrat says there manently In San Francisco and take up comes via tho Cincinnati Lehanon Tbo Lincoln county peo- were 400 cattle on the market thero thc oractica of law. It is said that ho from Frankfort and n plo who havo become residents of yestcrdny and many were left unsold. is not entitled to much credence will bo attorney for the Southern Pa- during tho last few year aro not Prices ran from 2 to 5c. A young that Bryan has declared for Hardin for,dfic, We are still betting though that only the best citizens of that town but Mary bull calf sold for $100. tho governor wont leave Kentucky. el One pair of Indies' Patent Tip Button or Lien Shoe in Mark ot Tan governor and that a further ure all doing woll. Mr. Benedict SpaldEd Gccrs Is in favor of tho two in One pair of Men' Fine Shoe. elate has been made out as follows: For Gum Shoe Huntek, who IslnLouU-vill- o ing, who farmed for years near Shelby three heals for trotting because io One pairs of MeuV Jenn I'ani. lieutenant governor, Thomas H. Hays, before returning to Guatemala, City, Is county attorney and besides en many horses nro ruined by of State. One Knee I'anli Suits I to 14 years. of Jefferson county; Secretary l, W. says he Is of politics for good. joys a lucrative practice; and further because It would Hop John W. Headley, Hopklnscounty;Au-dlto- r, Doubtless out a former Hustonvlllo boy, Is ono he means for the good of on heats. ! June W. Gayle, Owen county; Dolitlcs. Certainly as long as thero Is of Lebanon's best grocers; U. N. Ware, At New Orleans Saturday King BarTreasurer, Gus W. Richardson, Meade Art Tr!sm t I ts ja Ihh nllnrth aiI I a mI who farms in Washington county and u "'"" 'McnV Black City Worsted Suit for J4.H3. leycorn, solllhg 2 to 1, won the Cres" county; Attorney General, W B.Flem-- , malcM monev under any and all cir cent City handicap, worth $1,000 and at never givo up nis pursuit 01 iu Men's lllack Cheviot Sulti only $2 US. lng, Louisville. We do not believe cumstances, lives In Marlon's capital San Francisco, Flour do Lis won tbo that Bryan Is taking a hand In KenTHE Philippines Co. writes us that It and Is giving his children a splendid rich Burns handicap at 0 to 2. tucky politics. Ho would be foolish to will carry packages to ManlU at $3 for education. John Leo Elkln has two O. O. Stealey, tho Washington cor do so, besides being sure of a rebuke. tlose under pounds and that for $200, butcher shops there and one at Springhas respondent of tbo Courier-Journa- l, A weak Invention of tbo enemy Is a It will take us there. Thanks awfully, field, gold mines; W. bought Mrs. McMurtry's place near all of which are mild way of disposing of tbo matter. we believe wo can wait till Agui-nald- o B. Holdennan has a grist mill, whilo but Elizabethtown, with a brick rcsldenco fcaTSvt) our Matting ami Carpet. U disposed of. bis son, J. D. Holdennan, Is manager and 37 acres of land, for $5,000. I.vtve your order for a suit of A DOZEN or more Negroes wero plant and bon in Dogs go'. Into John B. Foster's sheep lynched in tho Red River section of is proving a much severer under- of the electric light Arkansas last week, under the flimsy taking to subdue our new wards than to law John A. Wallace, Is a leading the other day and killed three lambs pretext that they had Incited, and wore whip their late masters and Dewey's blacksmith. All of them nro proud of and n ewe. Ho traced the canlns, but tho warm wel- which belonged to Robert Carr, colorg their adopted home preparing for a race war. The acts ol victory in Manila bay may prove come thev give a Stanford man shows ed, up and filled them full of shot. tho brutal creatures who took part In but a blessing in dlsguUe. Made as low s t'.l. (Jet your plainly that they love tho "town in a W. H. Troylor bought of W. P. the hangings are a disgrace to civilizahollow" yet and forget notthelr friends Grimes 400 barrels of corn at $1.75 deADDITIONAL LOOAL' tion and they should be forrctcd out of yore. By the way Mr. Cabbell has livered. Unlll lho last few days Mr. and dealt with themselves In as sumTo The Ladies. I will havo my mary a manner. Tho coroner and his opening of Edster hats and bonnets a fine young son named for Mr. .lesso Traylor has been mashing Western Is corn at his distillery which cost him $2 jury that found after viewing tho bod- Saturday, pril 1st. Mrs. A. A. Mc- - P. KlfTo. of tho West End. Lebanon not growing much but sho is holding delivered Wo havo sample In nil of the latest pattern out. In I rcale, Cheviot, Madras and ies that "they came to their death from Klnney. her own, which is pretty good these Tho Jessamine Journal reiorts a salo Scolcli Cheviot, English Oxford Summer and Zephyr Flannel, l'iipie and white natural causes or were frozen" deserve SMall-I'Oor rather small-po- x quiet times. She needs a court-hous- o of 1,500 bushels of wheat at 75c and of Shirt made in any Myle. amost as much condemnation and punis still reported to exist badly, but It would bo hard to convince a pair of (ftTllriiig us your KG US Will pay tho highest matket price mare mules ishment for their heartless verdict. of that truth. among the Negroes In the Walnut Flat the $212. A Poland China sow belonging The nomination of Maj. Allen over section. Dr. Edmlston told us yesterto J. E. Rutherford has had thrco litMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Capt. May for the Senate in Fayette by day ho had 10 cages. Tbo neighbors ters of pigs In 12 months, or 31 In all. a vote of 24, in a total of 33, is said to say there have beeu hundreds of cases Jumcs Walker Glvens Is back from Solomon Byerly and wife, of Borden, mean that Goebel will certainly carry of the disease, which, if small-po- x at Ind., have just celebrated tho 70th an Mississippi, whero he finds a very hard that county. Allen was bis candidate all, Is of a very light variety. T.I) 1UNEY, Manager market. He sold a car of mules and niversary of their marriage. and May was backed by Bronston, who Mrs. John Dunn und Miss Minnie one of horses, tho former at $50 to M) From Soldier to Landlord made speeches for him, and was so dis Branch stores at Eliiabethtown. Elktou, Owenbor, Shu brville, Vursullo, EmiFlynn aro under arrest at Morchcadfor and tho latter at $50 to $150 Tho wingusted over the result that he left Lex Capt. W. B. Penny, who was captain killing tho former's husband. ter was a bad one and business was nence, itardstuwn, Hopklnivllle, Madisonville, Munfnrdsvllle, ClarknTillu, Tenn. of Co. B. 0th Immunes, has rented thc Ington for the Western part of the State St. Asaph Hotel from Messrs. Farris Sc To stimulate lho matrimonial market practically suspended. as soon as the result was announced. will sell It took chloroform 23 minutes to do wl'.l take possession Satur- the county clerk of Fayette Bronston's fight against the Covington Hardin and 10 tho work for Hanover. In order to day. Well known and popular Capt. marrlapo licenses at $1 for tho next man is as Inexplicable as It lsapparent- keep him from eating too much ho was Penny should do well. Messrs. Farris days. ly unavailing. Miss Lillian, daughter of Hon. Boyd muzzled. This made him mad and ho & Hardin are undecided as to their Winchester, will be married to Mr. pawed tho stall, Injuring bis leg In The balmy breezes of Spring tlmo will reHon. James D. Black, of Barbour-vllle- , Louis Joues, of New York, at Louis- which gangrene set up. Ho cost Col. mind you that there Is nothing like one says he Is highly gratified at tho WORMV. Coriwral Wlnfred B. Port-ma- n r convenient Young $15,500 and earned for him $100,- - of April 4. very many solicitations for htm to encan corroborate Gen Miles' beef ville humorist, was mar 000 and more. Ho declined offers of farmnpe. Snrrpwc Riinniec Bob Burdett, tho ter tho raco for governor, but for num- accusation. Hu has just returned from ' ',. ... D..1ll J ried at Los Angeles, Cal., to Mrs. Clara $(15,000 and $75,000 within tbo Instl erous and sundry reasons he says "Your Porto Rico and tells us that he saw iidpaui uutnuudius Baker. It Is hoped be didn't get an threo years. Ho was only 14 years and randldato I can not bo." At present he worms in the canned beef Issued to the was a son of Hindoo and Hour bon rtello To enjoy the beauties of Spring time in, is sick In bed, but the editor of the army and that the refrigerator beef Invalid this time. with comfort J. O. Sklles, a bachelor of 20 years, Laxcabtkk Couut Thero were style, eae, purchasingand In of our fine Valv Pathfinder didn't let a little thing llko was not fit to eat. "How did you live I rHsHJT when l one Mrs. Lucy Dawson, a widow ono probably 500 cattle on tho Lancaster and carriages, that stand in the way and interviewed 'Pig?' " wan asked. "On bard tack and and Owen-tomarket and some demand for them, alyear his senior, were married at him all the same. coffee" was bis reply. & It is tho woman's third venture though at least half did not change bands. No public sales wero made, but THE proprietor of tho recently burn There is a geueral desire among tho In this line. Opp. Stanford, Ky. William Steele, ol Baltimore, holds hero aro most of the private transaced Windsor Hotel, Now York, will get Garrard democrats for Judge M. D. $150 a day on "uso and occupancy" pol- Hughes to announce for representative, the record fo marrying. Ho is only 25 tions: W. H. Drown sold a bunch of heifers at 31 c, a lot of calves icies carried on tho house until it re- but be hasn't, said "yes" yet. There and has just married a third wife, who built. This, with the quarter of a mil- aro many who think the republican) Is twice his aire and the mother of six at $14 to $15 and 50 bogs at 31; J. M Roberts, of Pulaski, sold lot of cows at lion that bis wife, who lost her lifo in wouldn't put up a man If the Judge aci living children. A Cincinnati judgo denied divorce to $20, heifers at $13 and a bunch of steer the fire, left him, ought to keep tho cepts the nomination, knowing the abDon't You Want wolf from hi door awhile. solute folly in trying to beat him, even a man who asked it because his wife calves at $17; Josh Wilson and W. I. with their big republican majority. , deceived blm In tbo matter of eyes, one Herrln, of this county, sold a bunch of The president wore a straw hat while of them being glass, holding that wo- yearling steers and heifers at $22, somo Acquitted. Frod Niccolu who was men have the legal right to attract calves at $10, yearling heifers at $12 basking in the sunny breezes of Georgia, but bo didn't do as much talking charged by the coroner's jury with hav- mankind with devices and attachments and butcher stuff at 3jc; Conrad Hlatt through it as ho did through tho other ing caused the death of Zuoh Padgett to Improve tho work of nature and a sold lot steers at $32 and Can sell you a Ikauly mighty Olieap. Splendid line of ono when in tho Stato before, when ho by strlkog his borso and causing him glass eyo Is no worso than false teeth. yearling heifers at $18; J. M. Cress sold caught suckers by playing them plati to run oil, was before Judgo Bailey somo heifers ut 3o and steer calves at TAND'AMD STOCK, $14; G. T. Wood sold to J. M. Saunders tudes about tho North taking caro of yesterday, but there was not sufficient 33 Tonnessco steers at $30. J. M. Hill evidence to uport tho charge and bo tbo Confederate graves. In Hardin county 25 fat joung mules bought some butcher stuff ut 2! und Just received. Come and see them and get my prices, tftrll. K. Avery Disc liar was discharged. Tho witness upon rots Very CHEAP. sold at $120. John VonGrunlgun somo stnpers. at A RAILROAD is being built up Mt. County Attorney Helm relied, went F. P. Bishop bought of G. A. Swine- - $31 to $17. A fuw aged mules brought Aravul and It will soon bo pqsslblo to square back on hlui. . $50to$IK)aud good horses about tho steers at $31. broad 48 reach its top In cars. This bounds llko sumo price. Thero won not much deII. N. Ware, of Washington county, mand for either. a heavy undertaking, but It can not Delicate Operation. A friend -- THE 6ESS10N OF- hold a light to Noah's performance. He writes from Pittsburg: Two weeks ago has sold his lambs fur July delivery ut reached the summit by boat, something Kin Chumiey, while In a scuffle with Co. EASTER MILLINERY. John H. Foster sold to a Lexington that had never been dono before and ltoscoo Kuhu and Andrew Patterson, was shot with u 34 Smith & Wesson llrtn two car loads of buy at $S pur ton never will bo again. pistol and thought to bo mortally litre. Having been susjiended for a week ou account of smalli.jx In the town will MISS MAC LOGAN, !, re" JOSKI'H Mbdill. tho Chicago editor, wounded. Doerlng Binder Good second-han- d Dr. Jackson Glvens, residsumedon left nearly $5,000,000, raado in tho news- ent physician, und Drs. Ramsey and for salo cheap, M. S. Buughman, Stan Tlio llusloiivillo Milliner, who lius Uen sMitlng somo tlmo In tliu trimming do. paper business. Lives of great men all Caldwell, of London, operated tfon ford. liou.es of utrtiuenu of the wliolu-sul- u blm und found that the bowel was Is will, a Ut all the students eturn to their work on the tlrtt day, whore also we hone remind us, we can't make our millions At Danville, 111., 47 Poland Chinas Hotly selui-tc- coming homo (or very to in two places. These Injuries el ' sto;k ot Hie como several new pupils. too, but by patient earnest labor wo wura renatrcd and hv t,.niln averaged $28.2d and eight Duroc best In her line. Cull at litr newlutvst und liousu ou may leave of dimes a few. recovering rapidly. luln Mtitl, Uuttunvllle, Ky. (23.44. . the patient U In tbo Pblllpplnesand although tho were put to flight they killed In threo days GO and wounded 212 Americans. Their loss Stanford. Ky.. Mar. 28. 1899 tho usual ratio of Is large, but not In former engagements. On being dislodged from Malabron, to which they had tied, they set fire to It W. P. WALTON. and It was nenrlv entirely destroyed. In pnntilrlnir Mullnft. Pnl. Ecthnrt. of IN deciding tho famous Norman !,hn 2il Infnntrv. klllpil. On roach- IUrkcr case, tho court of appeals holds lng thc Amcrlcang folmd t dMcrt. that Harkor was not entitled to certain cJ nnd burnn(?i In advancing towards fees allowed him by Auditor Norman, Malolo tho Americans engaged tho amounting to $40,000 or more, but holds enemy in pcrsonnl command of Alguln-ald- o Is not guilty of the Recital. Miss Annie Alcorn for that tho and after a severo flghl drovo charges made by Gov. Urown that ho them back to Malolos. Tho Americans the Young Ladles Missionary Society had conspired and colluded with Mark- arc forcing tho fighting all along of tho Presbyterian church, has engager to defraud tho State It would have tho lino and hope thus to utterly rout ed the opera house for April llth, for given judgment ngatnst Uarkor for tho j lho D8Urjrent9 and put an c'nd t0 bol. a recital to bo clvon by Miss Naunotte Camilla Heath, assisted by Mrs. Mary twilled full amount, Dutaiicxcopiaoouiaiu.wu Garrard Beazley, for tbo benefit of tho Is barred by limitation and judgment The testimony of Gov Roosavelt, society. Miss Ucath is a sister of Mrs. only for that amount Is given. This is who was colonel of the Hough Riders A. II. Soveranco nnd Is a most talented tho case that caused the great row be- I in tho Cuban and Porto Rluan cam musician, who has bad tho training of tween Gov. Brown nnd Auditor Norpaigns, eottlcs so Incontcstably tho con- the best schools, being a graduate of man and Is the samo In which Gov. of $3,000 to tention of Gen. Miles as to tbo quality tho Now England Conservatory at Dradley gavo Brown a fee 0 canned beef furnished the army Boston. Thoso who havo heard her prosecute In the courts after his terra of of Inqu ry m gin a, wel aro loud In her pralso. Tho admission office had expired and caused Norman to make the chargo that the fee was .jm.w uuu l.UU HO lUlUlVbl AIJO )jUTCIUUr will be 25, 35 and 50c, tho last amount says was unfit to cat, had a filthy far reserved scats. given to him as a reward for work sllmo it over it and was utterly and hoperepublicans. Tho court done for the lessly unacceptable. It gave the woll Mack Ferrell, who killed Samuel holds also that Barker was guilty of men diarrhoea and the sick mfcn could Englcman hero In 1MKJ over a game of constructive fraud in taking the fees, s. not tako It at all. This testimony is had his life sentence commuted when the statute plainly said tho only corroborated by hundreds of others and to 10 years by Gov. Worthlngton yesway to proceed against delinquents for leaves no more doubt that tho canned terday. Counting off good time, Ferlicense tax was by indictment and fine, In 2d months, un. the then attorney beef sent the army under pretense of rell will bo at homo and by Inference experiment was unfit even for dogs to less Worthlngton decides to let him general, P. W. Hardin, was also guilty eat than that Eagnn Is nota gentleman. come homo sooner as ho doubtless will. of constructive fraud In advising the Ferrell has made an exceptionally good be paid, to auditor that the fees must Roosevelt says ho was hungry prisoner and Is said to bo thoroughly Barker. This Is rather tough on Har- enough during the Cuban campaign to reformed. John It. Farris, a brother-in-ladin, who will readily go acquit by havo eaten his bat, but Jjo was never of tho dead man. got onto tho tboso who know him of any fraudulent hungry enough to eat Eagaa's beef. effort In Ferrell's behalf and employed Intent, but he will have to plead that His stomach revolted when ho attorn plDenny to go to Frankfort and other almost as damaging excuse for a ed It, It Is now in order for Eagan to Judgo protest against It, but tho old man had lawyer ignorance of tho law he was I tell Id bow manv wavs tho ex rouph his head set. Tho report current at elected to defend and enforce Tbo .rider and Drcsent irovernor of Sew Lancaster vesterdav that Judge Sauf- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - p0 w. Ll'Citn. When old man Zach Padgett was killed his peoplo woro very much surprised as well as hurt not to bo ablo to find tho raonoy ho claimed to have had. Thero was susnlclon of foul nlay nnd search was Inatlcntcd for tho missing lucro It was finally rowarded a fow days ago by tho finding of $2,070 In lots of $100 or so In various and sundry places, somo It Is In old cans, under rocks etc. thought that It was hid by ono who hoped to get It unsuspected after tho excitement, over Its los had subsided. Lots ok hy lluy A Cheap Wood Pulp Wall I'sper W lien You Can lluy A Forty mules wero sold at auction ,.,In II ... . t. ranKiin, m r ienn., at an average ui ! John Brown and John Thomson sold to L. K, Perkins nine .From. mules at $30. Tho McCormlck Harvesting Machlno Co. claim to have built and sold 180,700 machines in 1"9S. Josiab Smith bought of Gcorgo Pal-U- s Wliocnrrioi flic Cheapest nnd Bwl Slock In this part of the country, Also 1,300 bushels of wheat at 73c flat- every thing In tho 1'sint and O us lluslnn s. rodsburg Democrat. Rlchnrd Wilson sold his high acting saddle gelding, "Tho French Maid," to In the mutt Artistic manner vo Itemembcr you huve no toll to pay srul you ran a New Yorker for $1,000. money by giving me a call. A. E. OIIIIIOXS, Ke.peclfully, At a public salo of Hereford cattle at Telephone No. I2. Si., l).nvllle, Ky. No Salisbury, Mo., M averaged $146.20, tho highest priced bringing $300. "First In war; first In peace," will lo tho Inscription on tho monumont Col. Milt Young will erect over Hanover. Extra lot registered und high grndo Shorthorn bnlls ready for service, for sale. Cobb A: Llllard, Danville, Ky. 5t. The 4(1 Aberdeen Angus cattle of M. Evans it Son averaged 5S1 25 and 40 Hereford s brought un average of $510.. ci. ld Genuine Fiber For Less Money A. E. GIBBONS, Danville, Piotures Framed on Short Notice Itoaisiille Store f Opening of another ' 10. ea-d- w I he court of appeals holds that raco tracks, In enjoying un exclusive privilege of selling pools, possess a taxablu franchise. Milt Young received almost as many telegrams of condolence for lho death of Hanover as tho president would have bad his wife died. A. C. Robinson & Son sold B. F. hogs at 3.35 and Rob In ton 55 to Sweeney Morgan 50 for May 1 deliv ery at the same price. E. P. Woods bought at Lancaster old in nro mulo yesterday a three-ye- ar for $100. Henry Patterson bought a Big Shipment Of Dry Goodc. Ou Yesterday. &c, 35 Pieces of Shirt Waist Silks, A Big- lot of New Prints, 40 Pes. New Gingham, New Percale for Shirt Waists, &c. st It 1 Leb-nno- For 98 Cents: LOOK AT THIS anti-Goeb- t. over-exertio- n Cab-bol- book-maki- ng """ fr """. New Lines of Trunks, Valises and Telescopes. - It any-tin- Made Clothing ! Shirts Made To Order x, d The Louisville Store. When Easter Sunday Comes t 19P1PII well-mad- e n. B. K. Wearen Son, Court-Hous- 050-pou- nd '.iiL M-'s- '.wo-year-- SAY YOUNG MAN ! Rubber Tire Buggy ? Buggies, Carriages, W. A. Buckboards, Carts. ld CARSON'S. Sr4VFOf?Q. Stanford Female College. GTH, WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. tl. NEXT MONDAY, MARCH 1800, pr-forat- L VS'f-w- - 57 ,.- - . Ty- - ' yyfgr.M ' f vSjjBisi"Jt-"- f s 7jjsv r i 2g$g DANVILLE, KY. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Range or your old stores TWEMTV-FlV- B Go to J. T. Jones for a Star Anch repaired. fioo pattern's of black & SEE HERE, SIR How shout your Spring Clothing? Ilsveyoii purchased are having a lively trade this season in ! Stanford, Kv., E. - Mah. crcpons to solccl from at Suvcrnnco 28, 1899 Sons', OnNTl.i:.UKN it yd? Wo 0. Walton, Husinkhs Manaoek. Vl! ttO,-0- 00 and tics. 1. Jones. look at our shoes, shirts They aro extra nice. John have n record of more than Next Sunday Is Ewtor. Havo you a correctly fllled prescriptions. Don't you think that entitles us to your con- new bonnotr No? Then you will not fidence? Penny's Drue Store go to church. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. $18 and $10 Why shouldn't wo when we nroicllliu the same goods, name lining, same grade of work, with as good, and sometimes heller, fit ns suits your tailor asks $15 to $20 more for? See our Unci In all MEN'S FINE SUITS ATSIS ROWLAND St. grades beforo making your purclianes, J. T. Kmiiiiy went to Lexington night. Dlt. last by G. P. IlllKillT has filed a petition for a rehearing In tho libel suit against him tTClolhing, Shoes, Hats, Ac, CO., KY. J. H. Owst.KV went up to Livn, J. A. Hammond. Special orders for buggies m No. 309 West Main St., DANVILLE, and car- SPRING ingston yesterday. Miw. J. T. Stone returned to Edgcr-toMo., yesterday. Mits. El.I.A riages by fllgglns fc McKinney. Glvo them your order nnd savo money. flnnoiKM JU We havo It from u reliable source that the railroad repair ehopsatCorbin isville to visit her daughter. will be moved to Livingston beforo Mil. AND Mits. Hakims Caiiiiikk fall. havo gono to Hurrodsburg to run n hotel. The town of Gilberts Creek is grow Miss Lou IIuioht Is vUlilriu friends ing. uesiues a suiro 11 now nas a in Danville and vicinity. Mlddlcsboro blacksmith shop, with Levi Hell at thu Ilccord. bellows. CyprcssShinglcs. Teukv has gono to Lou- z$5 ( Iron Fence. A.C.S1NEJ Mctnl Roofing. 1 STANFORD, KT. . Mils. Katk DL'DDKltAlt is an artistic window dresser as her show window Wi: wnnt veal calves and country will testify. produco of all kinds. Bring It to us Tin: Wayno County Ileeord says that and get the highest market price. was IJenzley Hon. II, H. King, of Morcland, Carter. kzw .Have., Mill Work. there buying lumber. t BEAZLEY fc CAHTEB Northern Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Garden Seeds, &c. They w.U sell you the right kind of TURNING PLOW and tho best of FKUTILI- ZKKS. See them before buying. Kl'(ikneOiinioiifk. who I assistant Wo nre now very complete line ,of nil kinds of Opting anil Sum-mc- r yard clerk at Livingston, parsed down Dry OikkIs, nml nre mixiont to have our Lincoln County Customer we to Louisville. Saturday. Mil. J. L. Uo.st.EV, thn editor-pothem. The new ffxxli nre unusually attractive ami our stock U largo nml master of Paris, was with his sister, varied. In Mrs S. D. Yowcll, Sunday. Mlis. J. F. Gover accompanied Mr. ami .Mrs. Matt Woodson, of Middles-bmst The Wayno County Itccord gives this excuso for thu absence of lis Som erset letter: "Our Somerset correspond, cnt is drunk again." T. S. Young, tho lumber man, ship' ped three moro cars of walnut logs Saturday. They went to C. C. Mangel, Jr., & Bro., Louisville. o, Danville merchants arc almost as C. I.illakd left last night to take a position with the Amer well represented in this paper as our homo ones. Head A. O. Robertson tc ican Clothing Co., Louisville. Miss Lack a Jakiioe, of Lebanon, Co's. spring announcement. arrived yesterday and 111 be with Miss COLLI Elt. Mrs. Martin Collier died Llcclc lleazley's millinery again. ui Kowluml of bruin fevcrSunduy, aged Miss Mac Looa.v Is back from tho :iil, und was burled at Goshen yestercities with u supply of Eustor millinery day. Only thu husband survives. for her patrons In the West Knd. See ad. Aktek ruining tho best purt of the HoiiEitT L. Matting ly, who was year, It was pouring down this morning We nre the Ik1 valui ever ollered any where. We have Hint with the Illuo Grab Grocery, u pood like It bad just begun. A heavy thunmnde of Mack, Cheviot, lined Out and Skirt throughout with Silk man, went to work yesterday for Huaz. der storm occurred last night and tho y heavy rain was varied once or twice by emhroidered Coat 'ml ley V Curler. nt S1U.S0. Suit made of line Venetian, Mil, AND Mits. W. J. V.(iEit, Mrs, (.'n.-tolined throughout Nettle McKinney and Master William ball. Skirt for SI.'), VYiiitinii Suit in Mine, liniwti and with rolnrol tntletn nlk nt $10.50. Tlioc aro examples of prices which aro up from Loulsvillo thu quests of To the Ladies. Miss Jarboo has or that "Custlo Cobb." range from 810 to i'M). Nowhere can you lind Suits in better just returned from a two weeks' stay-iMtss Lillian Philips, of Cincinnati with a bouullful line of The "hang" of the Skirt i faultier. will lit lictter than then' Is with urtaguln, and Is slopping with bats and bonnets for Easter, to which we J. A. Phillips. She has reopened her cull your attention. Miss Llcclo C. shop at J. Berry & Son's. Montlccllo Ueuziey. Mu. TAILOR MADE to Loulsvillu yesterday. Ashley DRESSES all-wohanil-omclr, OUR SPECIALS FOR Easter Sunday! -- - n LADE FINE m GLOVES dHandker-chief- Separate Skirts We have tliiM! from :i to $13 in Silk and Wool Material-- , lxitli plain and garments trimmed. All aro well made and of good material". No ttu-h-y Skirt for 80.30. Come and we them. at all. Silk lined Cheviot Record. MKS. SILK SHIRT WAISTS in-e- We have jut received nlwut 10 wai-t- i, all fresh from the makers and in the very lati"a color ami shapes. We havo excellent values at 80 to 818 very low. When you nx the waists the prices will each. Piece SILKS We have probably 200 piece of new Fancy Silks. A great many are in t length only, at 75c to 8 1 per yard Greatest variety in Central Ky. Printed KouhinN at 75c and 81 per yard, Printed China Silks at lt5e a yard, lk'st cordwl Wiu-- Silks at 50c a yard. Full lino of solid colore in Liberty Satin at 75c and 81, be-- t TalleU 85e, Hlack Satin DiicIick-- o at 75c, 81, 81.25 and 81.50 lKt valuen poRfible. Hlack Talleta from liOc to 81.75. wai-- Black w : Crepons received 10 Aro heller. Our first lino wan sold in 10 day. Wo havo just new piece, ranging in price from IL50 to $4. Wo will save you nlwut 50c vnrd on any of there. Choice lines of Suitings for Street wear nt all prices publicity. from 50c up. In all popular shades. Evory pair guaranteed. ON a warrant for using scandalous and nbuslvo language to Ellen Mays, from Louisville to seo her sick father, s, P. G. Hrady, was called homo Satur tuisio liuugDraan, another Negro, was lined $15 by Judge Careon Saturday! consump day, her husband, who has tho wholo thing costing her $10 30. Sho tion, celling a great deal worse. Miss Sue Willie Hail was given a replevied. bowling party at Somerset. Shu and The Presbyterian ladles will have Hand Bros.' licautiful Veilings, Plain and Dotted. Fancy Combs. Boauty Pins, Ac. Miss Kuiherlno Waddcll selected teams tholr flowers on sule nt Hardin's win' and after exciting games Miss Wad-de- ll dow, In tho St. Asaph building, Thurs won, scoring 112 and her partner, day. They Invito all the ladles to call Ed M6rrow, lOtl. und Inspect their slock. Ucst varieties Maiiy Adams and Maggie on hund and all Missus fresh. Iirlght returned yesterday from a visit Pakdoned. Jno. II. Jarrctt,of Urod- to Misses Lizzie and Matllo Thompson at Lancaster.HMIsses Fiances and heud, who killed ISuck Padgett at Mt. Nellie Adams met their sister and took Vernon In W, und was given a Ave years' sentence, Is a freo man again. her to Hustonvllle. IN remitting for his paper to July, Gov. Worthlngton on a petition stating jjS ItKADY TO WEAK CLOTHES. litOO, f. D. McKltlrlck, of Wonsovu. that Jarrett wus an upright and honor Kansas, adds that stock has wintered able citizen ut thu timo of tho killing, well. He says cultlo aro worth 4i U5c; and that Padgett was dangerous, vi J Heady for your inspection Gentlemen, look at our ffn hogs 31c: horses 0 to $30; corn $1.00 cious and troublesome, pardoned him. i and outs UOc there. I Bougut 'em Out. Theodore WesMil W. T. Hichaudson, who Is to 1 ley, who has conducted u successful run thu new store at Junction City, was drug business at Muldluburg for yeors, horo yesicrdav busy packing up tho goods of tho IJluo Grass Grocery, which swooped down on McKinney Friday aro being taken away today, leaving and bought out tho drug stocks there &. Son that establishment as a hideous mem- of J. H. vanhook, K. L. Tanner 1 and Dr. W. L. Lowder. He has rentof our grocers. ory to somo ed Mr. Vanhook's store-rooand will THE promotion of Capt. Bun D. of tho Uluo Gruss Special, to be move the several stocks into It at once. train master of the Cincinnati South- Mr. F. M. Ware is a partner of Mr. ern, Is a most deserving one. Ho Is Wesley In tho business und tho firm thu oldest and bust conductor on thu name will bo Wuro & Wesley. road and Is as opular as ho Is painsDiscilAltOKD. Sketo Powell, who taking. The traveling public will had been guunlng for several parties at his good luck while regretting since ho was shot through his own win' to loose him from his train. dow, was tried on a peace warrant SuV genl'eman Socs, Collars, Cuffs and all nocesaries for a S. M. CAKSON, who used to live here, urday before Judge Hal ley und acquit' Wear a pair of Douglass' Shoes once and you wll 1 wear no other. has announced his candidacy for ro- - ted. It seems that ho has been acting election to tho Legislature In his Lou badly in connection with I3cn Dunn's lsvillo district. As he Is a republican wife and that the purpose to get rid of and his district bos a majority of Negro him was to stop a scandal. Tho judge voters, ho will doubtless read his titio In dismissing tho case took occasion to clear. Mr. Carson bceamo famous when give I'oweii a lecture on tho 7th com- in tho Legislature loforo by a llttlo mandmout. irEvery body knows the Douglass nolo that ho wrole, which gained great w. K. HATCH, wlio camo up Also Fancy Embroidere Chiffon Ties, OUR SHOES ARE THE BEST. JOHN P. JONES. 1 NEW SPRING SUITS, NEW SPRING TROUSERS, NEW SPRING SHIRTS, NEW SPRING UNDERW'R NEW SPRING TIES. SEVERANCE A SONS. Shoes! Ntauo sharpers aro working their LOCAL HAPfENIMSS. HAY, 30lo40o per hundred. J. II. Uaughman Co. the names of nil our now Wash Gomls. Wo haven't ifuce even to mention W. U. McKoiieuts is solo agent for Wo havo HO feet ol (.helving us full tw thoy will hohl of fresh, attractivo gurdon seeds. will Niy with tho others that it is tho prettiest lot you over Landreth's and you WE havo buy, millet and struw lu NOV. ubundunce. J. II. Haughman & Co, GOODS. Lexington Cream Flour at Warren Sc Shanks. t .iihiii gullible brethren in Boyle and reaping a small harvest by tolling them the last Congress passed a bill allowing all a pension of $12 a month and that for a fco rated according to tho ability of tho sucker to pay, they will substantiate his claims. Tho sharpers doubtless got tho cuo from Davison, who is said to have promised tho Negroes something of tho kind during tho lust campaign. mmssmmdmsmmi BUY THE CHILLED KVjEI DANVILLE, KENTUCKY- - Wheat. Mr. John Ilrlght tells us Nkveii boforo could you buy a llrsV thut tho wheat prospect is rather beclus suwlng machine for $15. Seo low the averagu for tho season. Muny Hlgglns& MuKlnney. of tho Molds aro spotted by tho plants being killed in places. Mr. Ilrlght says my room, MY stock of millinery lu thut furmers generally sow tholr wheat Is now ready opposite tho too thick. Tho agricultural department for your Inspection. Cull und sou it. sent htm 100 pouuds und ho sowed it Mrs. Kate Dudderur. 40 ounds on onu aero and 00 ounds on or live residences on Main another. Then ho sowed tho rust of WlTlt four ou his crop at 75 pouuds to tho aero. Thu Street vacant and two storo-roon- is aero Is much thu sumo street for real, it looks Uko result Is that tho down hill. The the bust at present and will doubtless Stanford is slipping lost it 11,000s of dol- - yield fully as much as that with nearly double as much sown grain. lars. hi u, And You Will Make No Mistake. For Sale by Oliver Plow The Best In The World. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. re iuJ--- i Vl y BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. V MIDDIEBURG. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS, rT I is i ? The Allddlcburg band now practice Rev. Xachnry may. become publisher Capt. J. A. Ilurton, of Springfield, Is ovory Friday night. lltrlcl (Vinrt nl t'nlted lalr for dead. for Infidel Charles C. Aloom's Uluo KyIn In re. MllUrtl I'. Allrn, bankrupt Mitrlrt ol Mormons havo been at work InCneov Gra Illado H. G. Weaver, of Rowan county, was llr erderofcourt I will nn Ouinty (hurt .lay, X"rld vw April loin. I'n. at J o'clock r h , at the of lato. Their last meetings were held bound by masked men nnil robbed. Rov. '.. T. Sweeney has resigned tho In Stanford, Ky, offer foraale to Ihe hlghrt bidder Ihe note and account I hen ilu 1h Seventh-stre- et John M. Athcrton bought the t'rjult-abl- e at Grove. Chris- rcuieuf Mlllanl U .Mini Trrmamh pastorato of tho SU 1UCU YKAK IK iVIJ VANCK Farmers aro busy fonclng and are tian church nt Richmond, Va. JAMI.S II lltflll,Trtitrf. Dulldlnt', Louisville, for 1200,000 trying to got In readiness to put In casn. When not Mpai.lfB3.EO will be charged Tho Walnut Flat Sunday Sehool will Paducah citizens will twtltlon the their corn. But very little plowltu has bo reorganized nt .1 1. M. next Sunday. grand jury not to Indict Insurance com- been done on account of the continued wo aro requested to announce by Alrti I. a ranrililMn for tlm I,r(liaturr. mlijrct panies. wet spell. to tho notion or tlii urmoemtie putty. J. T. Blngaman. A case of small-po- x has dovclopcd In Thcro Is some talk of puttlngabrldgo Tho Congrcgatlonallsls nro not mak TIME tho Loxlngton jail and the pcopla aro back at tho God bey ford. If not M. ing much headway. Their year Imok rTTil W. will mako a last endeavor to slums that 1,000 churches report that Announce hi rundldart fur to excited. fniui tho rnuritv tlm ntllco of CENTRAL DIVISION. KENTUCKY Albert Hnrns, a farmer of Grant havo tho rchool district divided and they had no additions last year. of Mitrnlii, aulijcct to tlm nctlonof tlio lt county, was killed by lightning whllo erect a building nt that placo. There la no pnrt of our hualnrrn which The railroads havo made tho rato of irocrncy OS A. K. No. B Arrrlvcaat Stanford it eating his supper. Capt. Penny's Casey county boys ono faro plu 2 for tho round-tri- p 8 Minfcnl at No. 4 for tiers not riitlvc ll full aharr off atlrnllon t liowlanJ t U " M. No. 51 Arrive A marblo block, weighing 100,000 havo returned to their homes with Joy tho Cumberland Presbyterian Gencrnl MISS Stanford at i 80 r. No. a pounds, was quarried In Georgia and ous (V) recollections of the past, but It Assembly at Denver, Col., Aiay and the iloik of Tho SaamstroBS. Is to be understood they want no more sent to Now York. Itov. P. D. Halo Is nothing If not senKNOXVILLE DIVISION. Mrs. Rachel Kstcrbrook, widow of volunteer service and Algorism In sational. Ho visited all tho barrooms Plain anil Fit'.lilnnntilci'owlng Cutting am) DKUOM, I'ltllnjr a !eclalty Water Worka M. .l J S7 p m the famous pen maker, Is dead at Plain theirs. MICUIPINJCH A7VO FO.ZI Train folnc North in Owensboro last week and left cards ... 2 It a m Held, '' ... " " No. N. J., aged 87. Dr. J. T. Wesley came near losing slating hit subjects for Sunday's ser, ... 12 a in ...... ... " South No. 23 " ... Ulpu ' Tho American Beet Sugar Company his llfo a few days ago whllo crossing vices and requesting the barkeepers to NO.M " wr carry are not surpassed 1T any In the For alllPolnu. has been Incorporated at Trenton, N. Carpenter's creek. Ho got Into deep, attend. PlrtutN, YIiicn. city. EO'IOII TICKETS swift water and was washed from his J , with $20,000,000 capital. HAGOAtlE CltrcKKP TllltOUOll. I'm It anil OmnmrnUl Trm, Slirutw. OurJ'rencrlptlon Dcpartmrnt, however, COt'llllCII'Jl YEIIM. Four persons were cremated and sev- horse nod It was only by chance ho cs- For any Information enquire ol I aufTeivil 25 yrnr with n rough, nnil Huiall I'rulla mid every thing- for Orchard, eral others severely burned In n board- caed a watery grave. tiwnand Harden. We employ no agrnta, is conaldcrcd the most IiuHrlant nnd tho with JOE S. 11ICE, Agent, y Karl Edwards, of Co. II. 22nd Infan apnt liutKirrdaot dollar until doctors and Imt nil dlrwt at rranonablr price. I uoi for mnlU'lno to no nrull nr. Stanford, Ky. ing houso flro In Memphis. and Trre Cittulocue on application to utmost enre la rxcrcUed In rornKtindlng Hni"Tr-l!nneTM remedy Prof. Kock, the noted bacteriologist, try, who was painfully wonndedon tho Hell' II. FlllM.ENMr.VKIt. make tuiifr FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. will go to the tropics to investigate the fighting lino In tho vicinity of Paslg, llfo. J weakltoll, utroiiff. It In. oatrcl my Telephone 5TP. (101-lLexington. Ky ami filling orders. II. (Iranutmrg. III. Phllllplno Islands, was formerly a prlr. M., nature and origin of malaria. The purity of tliu drugs used and absoTrains Irate Frankfurt at 7 A. M. Aami 3' M reach-Is- ; Two murderer kept a mob and a V S. BEAZLKY, 1). D. S., Kid McCoy, who had tho best of It vato In tho Allddlesboro company, 2nd onnectlnit at Ueoiyetown with Q. C. and Farla at 8 40 a. m. an.1 8 10 r. . tear l'arl company of soldiers at bay near Bowlute arruracy In measuring ami welshing MP. ., connecting at at:IJA. MQ amis and reaching "rankfort at 9:1S from the start, got tho decision over Ky. Ills home Is at Winchester. A C, with Joo ChoynskI ut San Francisco. Supt Lay Is building an addition to ling Green, O , two days and only surenture crfect results " n. SEWTOS. A. o. r. A. JOSEl-l- l Flro caused a los of over 8.100,000 at his house. Jason Coffey has returned rendered when their ammunition gae Teeth Extracted Without Fain I out. Cleveland. A fire department lieuten- from Orlando, Fla. Ho reports everyQUEEN & CRESCENT. cnlee Is built on SO Island, and has With VltnlUfJ Air. 1'liV'lcUn In attend thing frozen In that region. Airs. Kin-m- a ant was burled beneath a wall. anrts Dryo returned from Lexington Fri- 100 bridge, which aro cry teep and A Cincinnati brilto ran his knlfo Into lollowt Tralnt pass Junction City Oftlrc In the New Thnnipoinllultillnc ! havo many step. The clreumferenco God-beTO Messrs. Duko and Steuben No. 1 South .....12 05 p m No. 2 North..4 11pm the throat of his victim and turned It day (Sim around, killing him Instantly. No.S " . IlSOam "4 " -of Centre, were In to see their pa- of the city Is about eight miles. " II it am " l4pm No. 5 " " ...... 8 0S pin "10 " No. ..00m Charles McCoy, an ameteur, was rents a few days ago. William Cullcn All nation are learning tlil leMii No. and 2 dn not atop. 9 and 10 run no fur- killed by a blow over tho heart while Bryant and Thomas Jefferson Short I'llYSICIAK AND DUUCIOIST, ther than J unci Ion City. Imple- OHfxiritc boxing with Carl Comer nt Kokomo, are out In the "wild and woolly West," McKlNNICV. - KlCNTUCKV iiicntH Ind. where they hope to make their for THE ARMY AND NAVY. Mrs. Ruth Zimmerman, aged 80, who tunes. Two Centre College graduates Where ollnr. fall) mot our llln l'rccrlitlon Carefullr Comoundel Day or dr and Mower Ttirlre.vllly It d etr fret Ion War depart ment otlicials now say that was criminally assaulted in Clinton were down lust week, hoping to havo taj.Cin Mglit. to tielng tiullt of the lmt material that 0,000 men will be required In the Phil county, by five young men, died from charge of affairs at J. W.I., in tho near money ran buy AIo living Btted "Ith the only rfert KOM.CIt IIKAIll.SdS In etl.t-enrtho shock. ipplncs to restore "order. future, but received very little encourKOTLCE TO FBRBERS. auurlng at all lime llj;htet draft and Bob Blanks has recovered from tho agement. Gov. Roosevelt testified that the roast CLARENCE COLEMAN. lnnge.1 life A full line of reilr alnav. In constant pain when onl I havo on hand nnd for aalo beef Issued to the troops was at its best small-po- x and Is back In the Louisville kept on hand. II'kiiow time to ow oal Tu (Hhortie , your feet? unpalatable and at Its worse uneatable jail, ready for his nccktlo soclul at Sam Jones, who was In Clnuinni . MULES. tirepam eround irierlr luv the ourllay Teddera Ilo Harrow. returning from Toledo, where ho said la that ilragcing, pulling' unwholesome. MayQcld in April. and I'ltAMC IIOI.T1-UVWd from cine to a sensation with you front morn Will mu n ford. Ky Capt. Charles D. Clay, of the 17th Attorney General Taylor has decided be had 2,000 converts, was aked howiI tin A Imi night 7 expansion policy, when till Infantry, wounded Friday before Ma- that land lying at the bottom of the ho stood on tho ' LITEST, TEES AOT SALE STABLE. hy not put tho modicino andWalikty r.tltl nila, is a prand eon of Henry Clay. He Ohio river Is patentable. Tho Cincin he said: "Stand, as I have always at home with (j'J) It O I'OX. lki U2, lUnvl'lr Ky exactly on tho disease 7 hy stood, fialfootcd against It. There Is out pain lkiok of served in Cuba and for pallantry was nati Water Works Co. wants it. tleu'ara aenl Lnot apply the euro right toi goose chao for' promoted from first lieutenant. He marDX H. at MUOLllT CO.' Airs. Fayno Strahan Mooro was ac- noncnsuln this wild A. : the spot Itself 7 TrflBWJ to. lill iir lot Nor in I'rror sl quitted In Now York, Martin Mahon, tribal territory on the other side of tho ried Miss Pepper, of Lexington. lou can do it with Surgeon The admiral business seems badly the man she was accused of "badger globe, and what do we want with those . hybrids and half baboons If they were Dentist, overdone. Counting Admiral Dewey ing" falling to appear against her. to como begging on their bellies for thorp a 10 In tho navy, which has only Mrs. Emetine Sutz, an aged German We Jiavu uMt.l iur land and hereby warn all tierxm from lrt.iwlti(ton therii 18,000 men. Thl elves what Is equlvo-len- t woman, hanged herself in a secluded annexation? Wo can not take care of for any purMt whiterer. under penalty of Oir.oOTr Mf KoWrU Ituk More Id lb UiUy the law provided In uch to a brigadier general or belter, spot near Russellville, two weeks ago, our own crowd at home, much less of cut. ' Ill1.lln II IIAfllllMAN. for every 1.000 men and one general and her body was not found until Sun- these ravages thousands of miles nway. T. II MIWIVNt). W IIAttlllMAN, Wo never did much In u century toward A. M. I'l'Ul. J. day. officer to spare. n. I'. I'ATTKIl-Ol IIAIKillMAN. Near Blueficld, W. Va , G. II. Skin- elevating tho Indian at our door." The Kalclgh, one of tho ships of MIW V UltlMU, f . It MIANKi. J K I.Y.NN i: nitron j Dewey's tlcet, which immortalized it ner, who had been knocked down by a The jiopular cantata, "Strange Vlsi ' r t. WAitr. or claim J H McKI.NNKV All lHjrwin lioldlnircertlricateK self at the battle of Manila, is ncarlng Negro, raised up on his arm and shot tors," will bo presented at tho Danville A. II IKI.ANI). j. f owsi.r.v, mi. ag:tlnl llmTuriiemtllle, McKlnuey A Cot- - J II. MrK'INMV, docked. It is the first of him to death as ho was assaulting his Opera House next Friday night by tho Tltnb.re.1 Unda. Norfolk to be to the nn- fev Mill Turnpike will iiivm-iiderlfiied nt Turnemvllle. Ky by April IS, the memorable ships to return to wife. Polytechnic luo, or thev will lw Imrrtii In tho Cov- students of tho Danville After spending a night America since that glorious May day II I tiOOtl. Seminary. Throughout tho cast Is tho and sho will be given a royal welcome. ington jail, Mark Wright, a tramp strongest ever presented by the colored claiming San Jose, Cal., as his home, OR TRADE. Col. H. C, Eirbort, of tho 'J2d InfanIt Is repeated locnl talent of Danville. IIIeycleH cut his try, was killed In tho thickest off the jailer. throat In tho presence of tho by request only. The music, pongs and I'or S'ale Pplendid f.nu of 314 arm Nuikrat Kiuui. AIm ISintliiR and Henlrlnp flfc. at Manila. He was a hero of It Is raro that a man will faco death costumes are the special features. rUtl'factloti K) lutlr fmm lh Ml.url Inline Writ h.wtr.1, , (iuiiriuiti'iil IM11 Ml fariuiUK country, thickly wtllnl tbrco wars, having been wounded at refusing religious consolation, but one TIIK t)ANVII.I.Kl(l.hOI,HASIII.E, KV oneay trtiuaur lrd fur t.rtu tu t'entral K.u JJethesda In tho civil war, wounded at did at Bismarck, N. D. He was obsti Matk of diiio Pity of Tolm0J. M turky. (aiiwylil to H.l.""i dilWrrm In a No. UltTlilrJht trade. (76) ,.lrr llui 4, M.nloiJ, Ky San Juan in tho Spanish war and killed nate even after tho rono had been ad U Hie Kka.mc J. Ciiknky makra ujlh that l Immediately after tho in battle with tho Filipinos. He was justed. wnloriarmeruf Ihofirm nfl" .1. Cm.MV A Co., .Piaster m applietl, you feel. dalng liutitir. In llielitrof Toledo, County and ifrom Newark, O. Dr. Tanner, who fasted 10 days and Mato aforeuM. anil that iuM firm will pjv lit. Jits warminir, Boothing in- lureaihsud To order to curtail tho authority of 41 nights and afterwards ntc a water- auin olU.N'i; llt'.Ml:i:i) every caw of Catarrh that eanuot t curvd or tha rnuence. Its healing remedies S0O huhel eed oat for aale Miles. Secretary Alger has de- melon, is traveling for a patent medi- iiieof llAtL'CTAiiBH Ct m Gen. quickly penetrato tlown deep Oliver Chilled Plow nnd liepalnt. FltANK J. CIIKSEV. various staff cine house, and was in Lexington last creed that no officer of the bworn to Wf'ire me anil autatril! In my rea Mnllu Cultlvntor. Ixit In tho world. into the intlamed tissues. entv, this Mil Jy vl itmlr, A. H. 1m-i corps should be detailed to any duty week. Koll anil Hall lleurlnc Hinder. Tain is quieted, Boreness is re, AW iK'erliifr Itoll and lull HearltiK Mower. I The attorney general decides that except on the authority of xccretary of K4L J. . utar rubllc lieved and strength imparted. Mover tluckUi.tnN and lliirRli'. Stanfokd, Ky., war. This means that Gen. Miles is to the Postal Telegraph Cablo Company llall'a Catarrh Cura i takrn Internally and art tiiirdeli Plow und Double MioieU. No planer was ever made like It. All kind of furniture unit any piece or timid and inucima have no authority over the officers In can not lay a cablo to Cuba, thus giving tllmtlj on lh for testimonial, free. aurfaeti of the . fto plaiter ever acted so anltt.lv It ou want. Call on ' kind of llurne and Ihoroujhl)'. tho departments under him, and that the Western Unlet Telegraph Company ivatem. sndV J.C1II:m;V A t1l,Tole.lo,(l No platter ever I), f, tAUPr.NTKIt. IIi'ktiinv it t r. Ky S Slid by DnuKUta. 75c. bad uch complete conlrol at er all thing. a monopoly. GoodH, Secretary Algsr to bo the wbolo I Hall', r'amily fills are the let. Mods of pain. K O. AlcCormlck, ono of tho most Tlaced over the chest it is Quinine, of which the United States popular of railroad officials, will bo NATIONAL BANK Goods Warranted. a powerful nid to AyerVt given a banquet April!; previous to his consumes about a half of tho world's Fit Guaranteed. OK bTANHIIttl, KY. Cherry I'vctoral : relieving departure for his duties on the South- product, has guno up Oj per cent. In- - j Give Him a Call. congestion and drawing out creueed demand and scarcity of I'eru- ern Pacific. Sarphi, J17.3C0 CtylUl Stock $100,000. all inflammation. John Minor, a .Mason county, O., far vean bark aro given us thu tvasons for Attention ot th public it callnl to th. fact that run aix hv mr MiroonT mer, took the bankrupt law in order to tho rUc. thlalatnaunlr National HaDk In hl.uford. Un J r vrr vu ). i Mu,. W the iroriiloiia ol the Natlunal llauW Art keep from paying tho undertaker for depiiltora are MHureil nut only by tha capital aUxk, W TAK EYEH AllB NAUli STIKIMI, lUbllltr lor au auioum but bj the .. his wlfo's coffin, which bill ho claims I!tc vuion mudo clear. tjes removed nnd Kentucky eiuaJtn tueatork aothat dei.ltoraufthialnatllu. Huitonvillo, was extortionate soru ees of uny kind lion are ireured Uj a fund ol l.l.o,ixl t It aworu giuu'iluted lid or (iinJlllouol the ItanV armaJt alaleiueutaoflli tho uo of ivvdlly und pl ofWeat Uicoln Ulferhlaa.rvlcva to th John and Paul .eltner, who killed hutherfiind'a effectually cured byIt's put up eachjear to tha Uullnl Mate liovtruuirut and lu and Caaty rouiillea. r ull atotk ol I'olBnaand lUuk I'JtKlo Kyo Salve. Made from pure HM.U ar iamlu.l at atated time hyitoTvruiurnt taalwayaon hand their attorney, nro In jail at Bowling In tube, uud old on u :uaruiiteu. I'or KnU,thu. nxurlma.lJlllouil aud iwrlret ul.t. U. b. Carpenter. Manair. t cream of tartar. Green, O , having Hurrondercd to save alo ut I'vniiy' Urus More Thla Institution orlilnally eatalillalinl aa the l themselves from tho mob which sur Of Vahibls Stasfsrd Traperty and Whitley ivalt lUnk ol Stanfuid In liCiit, then rwir)ililMl at machine, which sticks , th Nalluiial Hank ofbtanloid In IS05 audaxalo rounded their homo. C:ast7 C:al Lasds. Kind National llaokot hltuforj rcornulu-daalbbills on walls, even us high as fiO feet, Deals have been closed at Decutur, In ISSi, haa bad practlrjlly auuuluterruptedtxlat Wu tho triiilu with without tho use of ladder or paste pot, year. It la bttter Biippllol now will oilier uru In Cnul. AImi I'nIU llranch nnd euce for good IIuj, Corn, Data, Ala , for the erection of a cotton oil Is u now Invention that i doing sUC' lactlltte for trauurlloz hualneM prumptly and libi.inciiiv ctiict it (orisr rShlMtuir, Hour, Ac Wo iiImi Imudlo llrlcW In lla on and honorabla erally mill to cost $100,000 and for tho enlatgo I'lft National JlankiifMaiiruril, riaiiillil, ViMI career.than ver before ludlrlduala, udutlarlr,tlrui nnil hand, Keiniinilior wo tuLp I'nriu ProAccouuta ol cessful work. Mary arnun, Ac, HitriiJeut.. Nutlru of Sale duct In uichatiKO. incnt of tho L. k N. shops to double, Prompt delivery und In oUiileuie to a Jndciaent uf ale rendeieil In acd iniltvtauaii toiicueu. Alum baking powdm are the greatest I.U.M) llllllTATKIS. utleiilloii to "Murder. Ollh-- and acule OIHICTOBt thealiore atyled cauj and aitlun at Pie their prcsont capacity. Is tho forerunner to consumption. Dr. January teruit IwJ, the ouder.l.'iied eimiinlf.luner F. Iteld, Uncoln Co mctuccn to health of the present day. J. W. Ilayden, Stanford near 1.. A N ileit TelrKliouo No. it. Threo Negroes woro tuken from an IMP K. II. lUugliluau, will euro It. uud win on PKItltIN A I'KNCi: 8. T. Ilarrta, " ' T f Hill. P H. Wu iiImi e.irry rewlii; Marhlut J H. linker. " aom iuim) rowota ea, rw voax. olllcor hy a mob in Yiuoocounty, Mlsa., Klvo audi lruii:lli to tliolun that u couli W, A. InUl. " W.l', Walton MONDAY. APRIL IOTH, Part und Attuvliiutiit uud do ull kind ot or .1 cold will not Mtllo therv Twenty llvo and shot to death. Thoy had been ring- "entuut Ptfnti)' DrugSloro, J. 11 Colller.Crah Orrh'd M. J. Miller, Ml.Vernon. repairing. oa Ix'i, Cuinity Court Hay, In front of the (viut M U.EIuiora, btanforil. leaders in a race dlaburatico In Sharkey lloiiMjil.Kirln blanfurd, ikiMIi outiry orricant. the young lady sent a uurter to u to tli UU.i.'l ainlUvi blMr o( fuliuwaizplln- - J S. Hooker, l'reldeuti J. J Mcltuberta Caahla A county a few duys before, jn.frtjr fur Ibe uimm aathl) Uit irt V Iii.Iiii.i.iiI u A. A IMcKtno.y Aid.tantCatiiler. MIUS. 0 I). SIMl'SON, I'ror.. tltlzcnaof tho United States residing Yankee udvertlser to know "How to at.Itli f.jH'iiiirii. lutcrc-t- .If.,11.1.,.1. f.rI1."-- , ! II . as. (li laiaa niicuii i ia ui ( i truia until navo imucu au ap' keep tho hands soft V" Tho reply was piili, nr,t th(MaM uflliH mtlun,Way 18, in una too, uiiuiu, t Tilt: TIIK I. 'Ihe lmpnfttl jiart nfUrlVmUiit M.ry . peul for aid for sufferers from tho Yel- "Soak them In dish water threo times irt)crlv un I'.i.tillklrrrt I Stintont Ky , itjinjUflniiuf l'j arrtof urit'iuU, ItuluJIfiL; tmtfl Newly furnished; clean beds; nplcndsd low Itlver Hoods. It fg claimed that a duy whllo mother retts." nut m Injc, Mi , laid HUtHiarJni TI'S Porters 2,000,000 people aro starving. Everything table. 'I If lliu ilom imt i milUlnit amount In iik t'ooixn Tin. si Ki.i.o.s.s. 89 meet all trains. tatUfy ib lu(li.Knt (lit lonimlMlourr will thru J. T. Todd, a prominent young man All doctor, told Iteuhk Hamilton, of Wet m tf Ihrw Airr ftrll Ilia ( O., alter miterlM IS luuiilU from Itwtal and IjuI nlii!.rorl of Staunton, Va., was given thrcoycars of the It, air tut Alttr rllnK tho I'KNKTIIATKS Utula, h would ill unlet a (oally uvralloa wj. proiKdly In lota, a atated, lh for Inveigling a country girl In seurch iilbriiMl, tut beeuiwl hliuwll with lire huieaof win men hii me pruiriiyon IMUWUcuinuiiulonir Capital htoik,'tlim1J. Mrcel v auret Pile cum on llkikleu'a STATES of a homo into a scarlet house by pre earth and Arnica Ntlte.lhu tha World. 23 cenla a whole and aweiit I u hid wlilih la fur lh urtule.l Hucceaaor to Tb Farmer Hank A Trutt Couiuy EIGHT GREAT dalle in lb auiuunt and under aaiu management coulluu tending thut bo wunted hertonursohis lix. Suld by Ituny, I'niKgi.l. 3. lftheaale of thUpmiwrtv fall lo lirloirainf Kentucky, Tennik.ee, Virginia, Oeorgla oiuly for rj Veara. fitleut auiuuul tuiuly th Judgment tho cuiuinla- North and Houtb Uuroilua, sick slater, and ruining her. a iunr III Whitley Rev. K. Kdwards, pustor of tho Ka- - ufljindwiu inni eu ivt Acre uiKy.,oiai.Acre on itao i Alabama, Mtwlulppl, lylliK Cuunty, Hi Gcorgo Denny claimed that his gllsh Iluptlst Church ut Mlnersvlllo, I Jul aide of the of the louLrlll A client, W. J. McNamara, was convicted Fa., when,sulTerlng with rheumatism, Nuhville Kxllrood If lhlaf.il to aalUly Ilia ud,:iiirut Ihe and given three years for tho shooting will Iheu tUeiVJ Aire of Mid Whit was advised to try Chamborluln's I'aln oi a Aicgrosoiuier ut uexington moro Daltu. lie says: "A few applications leytouuty Trait lylli; on tho Wcl tldu ol Hi llutweeu IajuI.vIIIo am1 the South LAN Itailrvad on account of tho feeling against tho HoplngVuth hualneM relatloui wlllprore imiluaP Pauvillehlietl Inhianfurd, hy of this liniment proved of great ser- a Tbeproivrtyou North by laud 0 It. ii Crai' ly lieuvbilal aud pleasant. hounded on McNamaras than from tho ovidenco, vice to me. It subdued tho Inflamma- hUtUiaand Itthe Warrru, C Kt b laud of M C DAILY lMltl.ClllltS; b it It did not avull and u new trial was lorluiau'ailloa aud J A. Ullburu, ou Muuth tion and relluvcd tho pain. Should by Miik.fill on We.1 hv Daurllle Mnvi It 11. Kuch way between IajuI.vIIIo uud I.oxlngtou refused. devlM-- ' (J Vt arrru William, and It J.J. Ilw.ley, Sr any sufferer prollt by giving l'aln CraU'a tvnitl.y diuuty. Ky,la J.b. inaiiini aituateii An order for 1,200,000 whisky barrels W. A. TUltK, U. 1. A.. William tlooth, Halm a triul It will please me." For luunded Nurlh by land.ol Jou lliniirlland lltnry I. Ilrmiimrlt, Wut hy landaufWni. Sayera auJ A. W. C.riK'ulir, bus been placed by tho Kentucky Dis Waabliifcton, I). O. . W. II. iruuiiulu., sale by Craig & Hooker, Druggists. Mr.Tbarp,Suuth by biud. of Col. tilllla' helra, W.ll.TAYLOft, A. O. P. A tilleries and Warehouse Coranunv to I'jiHbj laud, ol lloyd, June A ltoitv Hi la J. h. I.) nn, IuUvllle. Hy H. II. Shank. 100,000, and to bo delivered at wo trait of laud baa upuu It Sua CojI and lluiber About as good a compliment as which J, K. f.li, to - AN It It fur aliiMilii And Dealer in the rato of 100,000 barrels u year for havo had Is the opinion thut wo have 'Iikm. Tbalet wllll) luaJe ou irrdltaufii J. II Oaaley. i.iuuuiiia iiuiiu. wiiii (irricnu. UllOO ty trow date until tuld. HARNESS, 3ADDLIHY, &0. tho next tbrco years. A Louisville almost as good a paper as leulinn S auuUbiIhj iwr ceut lulinitkuoij iraouai ecurl caaea LrlrnVrl I many tluutd In "'hiluojHlvas, Arm, tho Chess & Wymoud Company, iNTKiuoit JOUKNAL. . Wayno County S. II. bhanka, 1're.ldeut; a ta third of all .vrnptoina remov BTANFOKD, KV. J, II, llw.l.y. I'a.hler; e.1. TMtlmontal and TEH WAIIIll,N,aa.trl'ouiiuiwiuuer It. 1 arj the contractors. Ilecot'd. W. M. llriiil, AmI liohlrr K. I. H. CKIM'S SOW, liJx K,itl.ut.!tjl HEINTERIORJOURNAL A LB OF ACCOUNTS. i'tellUAu.A.yw nl OhiM-lliitie- JOHN II. MILLER WM dill to HON. F. NORTH 70ft? Wi Ji, 1 EVELYN TARDIF, 1. ...... 1 SnHsTCH-- '99. Trees, Mraw-horr- ronrca' oooijh y. tleortre-tow- n """ LnncnNtcr, Ky. Penny's Drug Store. THE FARMERS y, ' DR. M. L. LOADER, 1 Does Your Dock Ache? Farm Succeed ctmI-lie- e. FORTY BROKE I N-- . car-loa- 1 8. PRICK, npiuM l.i ru-r- d Stanford, Ky. 'MK V tr rRII yy POSTED. IsTOTIOE. I . FARM FOR SALE The Cleveland -- it r TO FARMERS. r IKH.I-Al- H. C. RUPLEY, ll I I The Merchant Tailor, (ILKA-ON- Receiving bis Fall And Winter FIRST J. T. SUTTOWT. Baking Powder Safeguards the food Undortnlcor, Ccmmissioner's Sale bIll-otl- NOTICE. against alum S.V Mason Hotel first-clan- s. hy.tllt m I I I IjuicnHtcr, Kentucky. jtr-t-'n- t. southern Railway Var-nu- I.!.-- n-- Lincoln County National Bank. JX.JtfcGtyUY r- a't lt I Solioits Your Bank Through Sleeping Cars Aooount, THREE TRAINS 111 UND13ETAKEE! eot2, V rpti&tfffiX2rl,a 11 W'" A. J